Because of recent global health concerns, Milacron wants to make sure that all of our customers have accurate information regarding the cleaning of their controllers.

MOSAIC+ CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT!

Switch off this device before cleaning in order to prevent unintended functions from being triggered when handling the touch screen or pressing keys. Instructions Use a moist cloth to clean this device. Only use water with detergent, a screen cleaning agent, or alcohol (ethanol) to moisten the cloth. Apply the cleaning agent to the cloth beforehand; do not spray it directly on the device! Never use aggressive solvents, chemicals, scouring agents, pressurized air, or steam jets. Displays with a touch screen should be cleaned regularly.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please consult Appendix A of the hardware manual for more information.

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MOSAIC 2 CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

IMPORTANT!

Switch off this device before cleaning in order to prevent unintended functions from being triggered when handling the touch screen or pressing keys.

Instructions

The touch screen should be cleaned with a moist lint-free cloth. When moistening the cloth, use only water with detergent, screen cleaning agent, or alcohol (ethanol. The cleaning agent should be applied to the cloth beforehand and not sprayed directly onto the touch screen itself. Never use aggressive solvents, chemicals, or scouring agents.

Membrane

The décor foil conforms to DIN 42115 (section 2). This means it is resistant to exposure to the following chemicals for a 24-hour period with no visible signs of damage. The following characteristics, features, and limit values only apply to this individual component and can deviate from those specified for the entire device.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The décor foil conforms to DIN 42115 section 2 for exposure to glacial acetic acid for less than one hour without visible damage.

ROBOSHOT

Recommended disinfection method

Wipe the area requiring disinfection with a cloth dampened with an appropriately diluted disinfectant.

Cautions

“Ethanol” and “Sodium hypochlorite” are commonly used as disinfectants. Before using a disinfectant, check the disinfectant manufacturer’s warnings, cautions, and instructions such as dilution ratio and usage.

Disinfectant residue can cause discoloration or corrosion of metal or resin or coating surfaces. To ensure that the residue is properly removed, please wipe the surface with a cloth dampened with water after disinfection.