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3. Positioning and installation
Before installing the appliance, check that there is sufficient clearance for easy extraction of consumables and
for servicing the unit. Check that there is a power socket in the vicinity of the unit. The appliance is designed for
installation in clean area, protected from freezing temperatures.
Before installation, check:
- that there is sufficient space for the plumbing
- that there is good access for equipment, inspections and maintenance
Make sure the power supply is adequate to the unit’s draw.
Caution: the power voltage rating is given on the unit’s dataplate.
WARNING: Do not open the unit’s electrical panel ; only qualified persons may do this.
Hook the machine up as indicated on the unit itself, “IN” indicates the water supply inlet, “OUT” indicates the
osmosi-treated water outlet, RJ indicates the discharge outlet. Remove the red cap “T” from the RJ fitting and
insert the water drain pipe supplied with the unit.
Apply the supplied pipe to the OUT fitting and equip its free end with a corrosion-proof cock if it is not hooked up
directly to the service.
The water supply pressure may not exceed 6 bar nor be less than 1.5 bar.
All quick fittings are of the type
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE CONSIDERED AND HANDLED AS FRAGILE MATERIAL.
THE CIRCUIT DOWNSTREAM OF THE UNIT MUST BE CONSTRUCTED IN PLASTIC AND
STAINLESS STEEL TO PREVENT CORROSION.
IF THE WATER SUPPLY CONTAINS PARTICLES IN SUSPENSION, AN EXTERNAL FILTER
MUST BE INSTALLED TO PROVIDE SUFFICIENT DOWNSTREAM FLOW AND PRESSURE ;
THIS FILTER MUST BE KEPT IN PERFECT CONDITION AT ALL TIMES .
WHEN FIRST RUNNING THE UNIT AND AFTER ANY SERVICE, RUN THE WATER DELIVERY
TO A DRAIN FOR AT LEAST 20 MINUTES SO AS TO ELIMINATE ANY IMPURITIES
RESULTING FROM THE WORK JUST DONE