Operating Manual Watts Water Technologies-PDF Free Download

OPERATING MANUAL Watts Water Technologies
03 Jul 2020 | 3 views | 0 downloads | 28 Pages | 3.98 MB

Share Pdf : Operating Manual Watts Water Technologies

Download and Preview : Operating Manual Watts Water Technologies

Report CopyRight/DMCA Form For : Operating Manual Watts Water Technologies



Transcription

TABLE OF CONTENTS, Introduction 1 Service Instructions 19. General Warnings 1 Drive Assembly 19, Principles Of Softening Ion Exchange 2 Drive Cap Assembly Main Piston and. Specifications 5 Regenerate Piston 20, Quick Reference Specifications 5 Spacer Stack Assembly 21. Injector Cap Screen Injector Plug and Injector 21, Control Valve Function and Cycles of Operation 6 Refill Flow Control Assembly or Refill Port Plug 22. Regeneration Steps And Purpose 6 Water Meter or Meter Plug 22. Exchange Capacity Data 7 Bypass Valve 23, Installation 7 10 Drawings and Part Numbers 24.
Front Cover and Drive Assembly 25, Control Valve Setup 10 12 Drive Cap Assembly Downflow Piston. Upflow Piston Regenerant Piston and, Sanitizing Water Softener 12 Spacer Stack Assembly 26. Injector Cap Injector Screen Injector, Components 12 Plug and 0 ring 27. Drive Assembly 14 Refill and Refill Port Plug 28, Drive Cap Assembly Main piston Drain Line 3 4 29. And Regenerant Piston 14 Water Meter and Meter Plug 30. Spacer Stacker Assembly 14 Installation Fitting Assemblies 31. Injector Cap Screen Injector Plug And Injector 15 Bypass Valve 32. Injector Order Information 15 Flow Diagrams Service and Backwash 33. Refill Flow Control Assembly or Refill Port Plug 15 Flow Diagrams Downflow and Upflow 34. Drain Line Flow Control and Fitting Assembly 16 Flow Diagrams Rinse and Fill 35. Drain Line Flow Control and Fitting WS1 Wrench 36, Order Information 16 System Troubleshooting 37 38.
Water Meter or Meter Plug 16 Valve Troubleshooting 39 40. Installation Fitting Assemblies 17, Bypass Valve 17 18 Limited Warranty 41. RESIDENTIAL WATER CONDITIONING LIMITED WARRANTY, This Water Conditioner is guaranteed to be free of material or manufacturing defects at the time of installation where. originally installed The warranty period begins on the installation date but shall not begin later than six 6 months. from the date of manufacture, There is a five 5 year warranty on Fiberglass resin tanks 5 year warranty on salt tank and control valve 1 year. warranty on component materials and workmanship Water softener resins subjected to iron manganese and chlorine. levels greater than 1 ppm are expressly not covered by the 5 year warranty. Labor is not included Warranty is limited to repair or replacement of defective part manufacturer s choice Freight and. shipping are not covered by this warranty and are for the customer s account Return Goods Authorization RGA. required on returns Collect freight returns will not be accepted. This limited warranty does not cover failure in service due to fire freezing abuse shipping damages misapplication. sunlight damage high temperature failure i e hot water back up improper electrical connection or hi low voltage nor. does it extend to consequential damages such as water damage or salt damage. Distributed by Date Model Serial, INTRODUCTION, General Warnings and establishes the service piston positions The display. should flash all wording then flash the software version e g. The control valve fittings and or bypass are designed to 154 and then reset the valve to the service position. accommodate minor plumbing misalignments but are not All plumbing should be done in accordance with local plumb. designed to support the weight of a system or the ing codes The pipe size for the drain line should be a mini. plumbing mum of 1 2 Backwash flow rates in excess of 7 gpm or. Do not use Vaseline oils other hydrocarbon lubricants or length in excess of 20 require 3 4 drain line. spray silicone anywhere A silicon lubricant may be used on Solder joints near the drain must be done prior to connect. black o rings but is not necessary Avoid any type of lubri ing the drain line flow control fitting Leave at least 6. cants including silicone on red or clear lip seals between the drain line control fitting and solder joints when. The nuts and caps are designed to be unscrewed or tight soldering pipes that are connected on the drain line control. ened by hand or with the special plastic wrench If necessary fitting Failure to do this could cause interior damage to the. a pliers can be used to unscrew the nut or cap Do not use drain line flow control fitting. a pipe wrench to tighten or loosen nuts or caps Do not place When assembling the installation fittings package inlet and. screwdriver in slots on caps and or tap with a hammer outlet connect the fitting to the plumbing system first and. then attach the nut split ring and o ring Heat from soldering. Do not use pipe dope or other sealants on threads Teflon. or solvent cements may damage the nut split ring or o ring. tape must be used on the threads of the 1 NPT elbow or the. Solder joints should be cool and solvent cements should be. 1 4 NPT connection and on the threads for the drain line. set before installing the nut split ring and o ring Avoid get. connection Teflon tape is not necessary on the nut connec. ting primer and solvent cement on any part of the o rings. tion or caps because of o ring seals, split rings bypass valve or control valve.
After completing any valve maintenance involving the drive. Plug into an electrical outlet Note All electrical connections. assembly or the drive cap assembly and pistons press the. must be connected according to local codes Be certain the. NEXT and REGEN buttons for 3 seconds or unplug power. outlet is uninterrupted, source jack from the printed circuit board black wire and. plug back in This resets the electronics Install grounding strap on metal pipes. Principles of Softening and Ion Exchange, Softening of water by the exchange process involves the As the calcium and magnesium contact the resin beads in their. exchange or substitution of the hardness minerals chiefly calci travel through the resin tank they displace the sodium ions from. um and magnesium for sodium minerals The exchange is made the exchange sites During the ion exchange process relatively. possible because the minerals are ionic in nature often called small amounts of other strongly charged cations such as iron. ionized impurities which means they have an electrical charge and manganese are also removed along with the calcium and. The ion exchange process is based on the fact that like charges magnesium. repel one another and unlike charges attract Ion exchange is possible for two reasons 1 All cations do not. Calcium and magnesium ions in water are actually dissolved have the same strength of positive charge and 2 the resin. rock They have been dissolved by water the universal solvent prefers the stronger charged cations calcium and magnesium. as it trickles down through strata of rock and soil it dissolves cal than it does the weaker sodium cations. cium and magnesium deposits This dissolved rock eventually The exchanged sodium cations pass downward through the. finds its way into an underground aquifer and when water from resin bed and out the softener outlet thus the softener delivers. the aquifer is pumped to the surface it contains the dissolve soft water. hardness minerals of calcium and magnesium and is said to be Eventually all of the resin exchange sites are occupied by calci. hard water um and magnesium and no further exchange can take place The. resin is said to be exhausted and must be regenerated. An ion exchange softener exchanges the hardness minerals cal. cium and magnesium for sodium from the softener resin The softener resin is regenerated with a dilute brine solution of. Sodium is less objectionable because it does not build up on sur sodium chloride common salt and water During regeneration. faces as scale deposits the flow of service water from the softener is first stopped Brine. is drawn from the brine tank mixing with a separate stream of. All three minerals are positively charged ions called cations The water The brine solution flows through the resin contacting the. exchange takes place by passing water containing hardness resin beads loaded with calcium and magnesium ions Even. minerals over a man made ion exchange resin contained in a though the calcium and magnesium are more strongly charged. suitable tank The resin polystyrene divinyl benzene in most than the sodium the concentrated brine solution contains. modern softeners consist of millions of tiny plastic beads all of literally billions of weaker charged sodium ions which have the. which contain many negatively charged exchange sites to attract power to displace the smaller number of calcium and magnesium. the positive cations When the resin is in the regenerated state ions When the calcium and magnesium ions are displaced the. these negatively charged exchange sites hold positively charged positive sodium ions are attracted to the negative exchange sites. sodium cations is said to be regenerated and ready for the next softening cycle. INTRODUCTION, Specifications TABLE I, Minimum Maximum Operating Pressures 20 psi 138 kPa 125 psi 862 kPa. Minimum Maximum Operating Temperatures 40 F 4 C 110 F 38 C. Current Draw Voltage 0 5 Amperes 110 Volts Other options available. Table 2 contains a summary of specifications for the control valve and bypass valve. Quick Reference Specifications TABLE 2, Service flowrate includes bypass 27 gpm 102 2 lpm 15 psig 103 kPa drop. Backwash flowrate includes bypass 27 gpm 102 2 lpm 25 psig 172 kPa drop. Minimum Maximum Operating Pressures 20 psi 138 kPa 125 psi 862 kPa. Minimum Maximum Operating Temperatures 40 F 4 C 100 F 38 C. Current Draw Voltage 0 5 Amperes110 Volts Other options available. Regenerant Refill Rate 0 5 gpm 1 9 lpm, Injectors See Injector Graphs.
Drain Line Flow Controls See Table 11, Inlet Outlet Fitting Options a 1 NPT elbow which has a unique drill out feature to. allow a 1 4 NPT connection to the inlet and or outlet. b 3 4 1 PVC solvent weld fitting, c 1 straight brass sweat fitting. d 3 4 straight brass sweat fitting, Distributor Tube Opening 1 05 Diameter 3 4 U S PVC Pipe Size. Tank Thread 2 1 2 8 NPSM, Control Valve Weight 4 5 lbs 2 0 kg. PC Board Memory Nonvolatile EEPROM, Electrically erasable programmable read only memory.
Compatible with regenerants chemicals Sodium chloride potassium chloride potassium. permanganate sodium bisulfite sodium hydroxide, hydrochloric acid chlorine and chloramines. SOFTENING LBS SALT FLOW RATE, MINERAL TANK BRINE TANK CAPACITY PER REGEN PRESSURE. MODEL PIPE TANK RESIN SIZE SALT SERV DROP BKW, SIZE SIZE CU FT FILL MAX MIN MAX MIN GPM PSI GPM. M3011 W100SM 1 9 X 48 1 18 X 36 300 30K 20K 15 6 15 15 2 0. M3013 W100SM 1 10 X 54 1 5 18 X 36 300 45K 30K 22 9 16 15 2 7. M3015 W100SM 1 12 X 52 2 18 X 36 300 60K 40K 30 12 20 15 3 2. M3017 W100SM 1 25 1 5 13 X 65 3 18 X 36 300 90K 60K 45 18 21 15 5 3. M3019 W100SM 1 25 1 5 16 X 65 4 18 X 36 300 120K 80K 60 24 22 15 7 5. M3021 W100SM 1 25 1 5 21 X 62 7 24 X 41 600 210K 140K 105 42 24 15 11 0. CONTROL VALVE FUNCTIONS, Control Valve Function and Cycles of Operation. This glass filled Noryl fully automatic control valve is designed The transformer power pack comes with a 15 foot power cord. as the primary control center to direct and regulate all cycles of and is designed for use with the control valve The transformer. a water softener The control valve can be set to regenerate on power pack is for dry location use only The control valve remem. demand consumption of a predetermined amount of water bers all settings for two hours if the power goes out After two. and or as a time clock passage of a particular number of days hours the only item that needs to be reset is the time of day all. The control valve is compatible with a variety of regenerants other values are permanently stored in the nonvolatile memory. andresin cleaners The control valve is capable of routing the The control valve does not need batteries. flow of water in the necessary paths to regenerate or backwash When the control valve is used as a down flow softener two. water treatment systems The injector regulates the flow of brine backwashes always occur The softener will start regenerant. or other regenerants The control valve regulates the flow rates prefill before regeneration the prefill starts two hours before the. for backwashing rinsing and the replenishing of treated water into regeneration time set During the 2 hour period in which the brine. a regenerant tank is being made treated softened water is still available For. The control valve is designed to deliver high service 27 gpm example regeneration time 2 00 am prefill option selected. 15 psig and backwash 27 gpm 25 psig flow rates when the downflow softener Fill occurs at 12 00 a m start of backwash. bypass has straight fittings The control valve uses no traditional cycle occurs at 2 00 a m. fasteners e g screws instead clips threaded caps and nuts The softener will adjust the backwash and rinse cycles automat. and snap type latches are used Caps and nuts only need to be ically when the salt dosage is changed Backwashes can. firmly hand tightened because radial seals are used Tools be set to be NORMAL or LONGER The option selected will. required to service the valve include one small blade screwdriv apply to all backwashes Tables 4 and 5 show the length of the. er one large blade screwdriver pliers and a pair of hands A cycles when the valve is set up as a softener. plastic wrench is available which eliminates the need for screw. drivers and pliers Disassembly for servicing takes much less. time than comparable products currently on the market. REGENERATION STEPS AND PURPOSE EXCHANGE CAPACITY DATA. hard water An ion exchange softener exchanges the hardness minerals cal cium and magnesium for sodium from the softener resin Sodium is less objectionable because it does not build up on sur faces as scale deposits All three minerals are positively charged ions called cations The exchange takes place by passing water containing hardness

Related Books

AIR VENT A Watts Water Technologies EMEA Europe water

AIR VENT A Watts Water Technologies EMEA Europe water

11 N O A air vent automatic manual and with adjustable discharge air vent valve Air vent valve wrench series VMM PMC Air vent wrench CH Article number Unit 0256101 10 Manual air vent valve for radiators with adjustable discharge nozzle

1500 Starting Watts 1200 Rated Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

1500 Starting Watts 1200 Rated Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

Make certain that the generator is resting firmly on level ground When operating the generator DO NOT move or tip the generator during operation DO NOT tip the generator or allow fuel or oil to spill When transporting or servicing the generator Make certain that the fuel shutoff valve is in the off position and the fuel tank is empty

4000 Starting Watts 3500 Rated Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

4000 Starting Watts 3500 Rated Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

We are always working to improve our products Therefore the enclosed product may differ slightly from the image on the cover Have questions or need assistance

GEN154 2000 Surge Watts 1500 Running Watts PORTABLE

GEN154 2000 Surge Watts 1500 Running Watts PORTABLE

2014 07 gen154 2000 surge watts 1500 running watts portable generator instruction manual read all instructions and warnings before using this product

4000 Starting Watts 3500 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

4000 Starting Watts 3500 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

4000 Starting Watts 3500 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR SAvE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Important Safety Instructions are included in this manual MADE IN CHINA REV 46539 20130218 Wireless Remote Electric Start 46539MODEL NUMBER warranty badges pdf 1 8 18 11 10 45 AM

800 RATED WATTS 900 MAXIMUM WATTS PoRTAblE GENERAToR

800 RATED WATTS 900 MAXIMUM WATTS PoRTAblE GENERAToR

SKU 66619 For technical questions please call 1 800 444 3353 Page 3 SAvE ThIS MANUAl Keep this manual for the safety warnings and precautions assembly operating inspection maintenance and cleaning

3500 Peak Watts 3000 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

3500 Peak Watts 3000 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

3500 Peak Watts 3000 Running Watts 1 REV 40026 20101025 ENGLISH 40026 Introduction Congratulations on your purchase of a Champion Power Equipment generator CPE designs and builds generators to strict specifications With proper use and maintenance this generator will bring years of satisfying service Portable Power Generator This unit is a gasoline engine driven alternating current

4750 Starting Watts 3800 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

4750 Starting Watts 3800 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR

OWNER S MANUAL amp OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS MADE IN CHINA REV 100103 20160426 4750 Starting Watts 3800 Running Watts PORTABLE GENERATOR Recoil Start 12039 Smith Ave Santa Fe Springs CA 90670 USA 1 877 338 0999 www championpowerequipment com SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS Important Safety Instructions are included in this manual 100103MODEL NUMBER We are always working to improve our products

Thermal Expansion Products Watts Water Technologies

Thermal Expansion Products Watts Water Technologies

Thermal Expansion Products using the selection guides in this product guide tank ball cock fill valve and thermal expansion relief valve

FEBCO Price List Watts Water Technologies

FEBCO Price List Watts Water Technologies

2017 FEBCO PRICE LIST Effective Date October 30 2017 Price List Backflow Prevention Products and Repair Kits FEBCOonline com All prices supersede previous issues

Backflow Prevention Products Watts Water Technologies

Backflow Prevention Products Watts Water Technologies

Backflow Prevention Products watts com Now includes our LEAD FREE product offering

Price List Watts Water Technologies

Price List Watts Water Technologies

2017 Repair Kits amp Parts PRICE LIST Price List Repair Kits and Service Parts For all Watts products except Backflow Preventers Watts com Effective October 30 2017