ModelsM20, M27, M30, M34& MC30How to install, operateand maintain your DemandControlled Water SoftenerDo not return water softener to storeIf you have any questions or concerns wheninstalling, operating or maintaining yourwater softener, call our toll free number:1-888-64 WATER(1-888-649-2837)Monday- Friday, 8 AM - 7 PM ESTor visit www.systemsaver.comWhen you call, please be prepared to providethe model and serial number of your product,found on the rating decal, located on the rimbelow the salt lid hinges.Installation and Operation ManualWater SoftenerSystems tested and certified by NSF Internationalagainst NSF/ANSI Standard 44for hardness reduction and efficiency,and certified to NSF/ANSI Standard 372.For best results use Morton System Saver II Pellets in your water softener.7351428 (Rev. B 11/11/16)
For best results use Morton System Saver II Pelletsto soften your waterMorton System Saver II Pellets offer superior performance and convenience.Morton System Saver II Pellets are created from high purity salt combined with resin cleaningadditives. Specially formulated to outperform other water softening salts, System Saver II iscomplete with a patented formula that helps keep your softener clean, problem-free and runninglonger.Most hard water contains traces of dirt, iron and other minerals that can build up in your watersoftener over time. This can lead to expensive repairs. Morton System Saver II Pellets arespecially formulated to remove hard water minerals and to help keep your softener running moreefficiently.System Saver II Pellets come in a 40 lb. bag that is easier to carry, open and pour, thanks toMorton’s special bag features. The easy-open tear opens wide to allow salt to pour out easilyand flow freely. System Saver II also provides a rigid plastic handle for more comfortable carrying and lifting.2Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual
TABLE OF CONTENTSPageInspect Shipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4Specifications & Performance Claims . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5Before You Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Water Conditioning Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6Installation Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7-8Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-12Programming the Softener (Models M20, M27, M30 & MC30) § Customizing Features / Options . . . . . . . . 13-15Programming the Softener (Model M34) § Customizing Features / Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-18Routine Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-20Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-22Exploded View & Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-27RESIDENTIAL LIMITED WARRANTYSeller warrants,to the original owner, that: For a period of ten (10) years from the date of purchase, the salt storage tank and fiberglass mineral tankwill not rust, corrode, leak, burst, or fail to perform to their specifications. For a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase, all other parts will be free of defects in material andworkmanship.If, during such respective period, a part proves to be defective, Seller will ship a replacement part, directly toyour home, without charge.If you have questions regarding a Morton product, need assistance with installation or troubleshooting, wish toorder a part or report a warranty issue, we are just a phone call away. Simply dial 1-888-64WATER (1-888649-2837) for assistance, or visit www.systemsaver.com.This water softener is manufactured for Morton, P.O. Box 25290, Woodbury, MN 55125-0290General ProvisionsThe warranty does not apply to any defect, malfunction or failure arising from, relating to or caused by: (i)operation at water pressures which exceed 125 psi or at water temperatures which exceed 120 F; (ii) repairsmade by others than, or without the consent of, Seller or if the product has been subject to abuse, misuse,neglect, tampering, accident or damage by circumstances beyond Seller’s control; (iii) products damaged orabused in shipment without fault of Seller; (iv) non-residential installations; (v) defects or failures due to misapplication, abuse, improper installation or abnormal conditions of temperature, humidity, abrasives, dirt or corrosive matter; (vi) unusual force of nature such as, but not limited to, flood, hurricane, tornado or earthquake;and (vii) products which have been in any way tampered with, modified or altered.The foregoing warranties do not cover and Seller shall not be responsible for reimbursement for labor, transportation, removal, installation, or other expenses which may be incurred by Purchaser in connection withreplacement or repair or returning the product to Seller.THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES ON THE WATER SOFTENER BEYOND THOSE SPECIFICALLYDESCRIBED ABOVE. ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIEDWARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE HEREBY DISCLAIMED. SELLER’S SOLE LIABILITY FOR ANY PRODUCT IS LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF SUCH PRODUCT, OR A REFUND OF THE PURCHASE PRICE ACTUALLY RECEIVED BY SELLER FOR SUCH PRODUCT, AT SELLER’S SOLE DISCRETION. SELLER WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANYINDIRECT, INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR PUNITIVE DAMAGES OF ANY KIND, NATUREOR DESCRIPTION WHATSOEVER. NO MORTON DEALER, AGENT, REPRESENTATIVE, OR OTHER PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO EXTEND, EXPAND OR MODIFY THE WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY DESCRIBEDABOVE.Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or exclusions or limitations of incidental or consequential damage, so the limitations and exclusions in this warranty may not apply to you. Thiswarranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. Thiswarranty applies to consumer-owned installations only.Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual3
Inspect ShipmentRemove and discard (or recycle) all packing materials.To avoid loss of small parts, we suggest you keep thesmall parts in the parts bag until you are ready to usethem.The parts required to assemble and install the unit areincluded in a bag. Thoroughly check the water softener for possible shipping damage and parts loss. Alsoinspect and note any damage to the shipping carton.Packing ListBypass ValveHose ClampsInstallationAdaptorsDrain HoseClips(including 1 spare)GrommetAdaptor ElbowFIG. 1Do not return the water softener to store.If you have any questions, or there are missing parts or damage, please call Toll Free 1-888-64 WATER(1-888-649-2837) Monday - Friday, 8 am - 7 pm EST.When you call, please be prepared to provide the model and serial number of your product, found on therating decal, located on the rim below the salt lid hinges.For more installation or service information, visit 7-1/4”OUTTOP VIEWIN - OUT42-3/4”37”4SIDE VIEWFRONT VIEWFIG. 2Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual
Specifications & Performance ClaimsModel CodeRegeneration ControlRated Softening Capacity(Grains @ Salt Dose)Rated Efficiency (Grains/Pound of Salt@ Minimum Salt Dose)Water Used During Regeneration@ Minimum Salt DoseTotal Water Used Per Regeneration@ Maximum Salt DoseRated Service Flow RateAmount of High Capacity Ion ExchangeResinPressure Drop at Rated Service FlowWater Supply Max. HardnessWater Supply Max. Clear Water IronWater Pressure Limits (min. / max.)Water Temperature Limits (min. / max.)Minimum Water Supply Flow RateMaximum Drain Flow RateModel M20Model M27ModelsM30 & MC30Model M345,000 @ 1.8 lbs.5,040 @ 2.2 lbs.4,567 @ 2.9 lbs.5,060 @ 2.7 lbs.26.2 gallons26.7 gallons33.6 gallons31.6 gallonso20o27o30o34DemandDemandDemandDemand9,310 @ 1.8 lbs. 11,100 @ 2.2 lbs. 13,200 @ 2.9 lbs. 13,700 @ 2.7 lbs.18,000 @ 5.8 lbs. 23,700 @ 7.0 lbs. 25,500 @ 8.0 lbs. 29,200 @ 8.6 lbs.21,500 @ 9.7 lbs. 28,200 @ 11.7 lbs. 30,000 @ 13.1 lbs. 34,900 @ 14.5 lbs.2.9 gallons /1,000 grains6.5 gpm.61 cu. ft.11.3 psig95 gpg6 ppm*2.5 gallons /1,000 grains6.5 gpm.73 cu. ft.2.8 gallons /1,000 grains7.0 gpm.82 cu. ft.12.1 psig11.9 psig95 gpg95 gpg7 ppm*7 ppm*20 - 125 psi**40 - 120 F3 gpm2.2 gpm2.3 gallons /1,000 grains7.8 gpm.91 cu. ft.14.7 psig110 gpg9 ppm**Capacity to reduce clear water iron is substantiated by WQA test data. State of Wisconsin requires additional treatmentif water supply contains clear water iron exceeding 5 ppm.These systems conform to NSF/ANSI 44 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by test data.The efficiency rating is only valid at the stated salt dose. These softeners were efficiency rated according to NSF/ANSIStandard 44.Variable Salt Dose: The salt dose is selected by the electronic controls at regeneration time based on the amount needed.These softeners conform to NSF/ANSI 44 for the specific performance claims as verified and substantiated by testdata. These models are efficiency rated. The efficiency rating is valid only at the stated salt dose. They have ademand initiated regeneration (D.I.R.) feature that complies with specific performance specifications intended to minimize the amount of regenerant brine and water used in their operation. Efficiency rated softeners have a rated saltefficiency of not less than 3,350 grains of total hardness exchange per pound of salt (based on sodium chloride) andshall not deliver more salt or be operated at a sustained maximum service flow rate greater than its listed rating.The rated salt efficiency is measured by laboratory tests described in NSF/ANSI Standard 44. These tests representthe maximum possible efficiency that the system can achieve. Operational efficiency is the actual efficiency after thesystem has been installed. It is typically less than the efficiency due to individual application factors including waterhardness, water usage, and other contaminants that reduce the softener’s capacity. These systems are not intended for treating water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before orafter the systems. For best results use clean grades of water softener salt. Refer to warranty and elsewhere in thismanual for further details on installation and maintenance, parts and service, user responsibility, and further restrictions, or limitations to the use of the product.In the state of California: You must turn the Salt Efficiency Feature setting to ON. This may initiatemore frequent recharges. However, it will operate at 4,000 grains per pound of salt or higher. To turnon the Salt Efficiency Feature, follow the instructions in the “Salt Efficiency” section of this manual.Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual5
Before You Start The water softener requires a minimum water flow of 3 gallons per minute at the inlet. Maximum allowable inletwater pressure is 125 psi. If daytime pressure is over 80 psi, nighttime pressure may exceed the maximum. Usea pressure reducing valve if necessary (Adding a pressure reducing valve may reduce the flow). If your home isequipped with a back flow preventer, an expansion tank must be installed in accordance with local codes andlaws. The water softener works on 24V DC electrical power, supplied by a direct plug-in power supply (included). Besure to use the included power supply and plug it into a nominal 120V, 60 Hz household outlet that is in a drylocation only, grounded and properly protected by an overcurrent device such as a circuit breaker or fuse. Do not use this system to treat water that is microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection upstream or downstream of the system.European Directive 2002/96/EC requires all electrical and electronic equipment to be disposed of according to Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) requirements. This directive or similar laws arein place nationally and can vary from region to region. Please refer to your state and local laws for proper disposal of this equipment.IronWater Conditioning InformationIron in water can cause stains on clothing and plumbing fixtures. It can negatively affect the taste of food,drinking water, and other beverages. Iron in water ismeasured in parts per million (ppm). The total* ppm ofiron, and type or types*, is determined by chemicalanalysis. Four different types of iron in water are: Ferrous (clear water) ironFerric (red water) ironBacterial and organically bound ironColloidal and inorganically bound iron (ferrous orferric)Ferrous (clear water) iron is soluble and dissolves inwater. This water softener will reduce moderateamounts of this type of iron (see specifications).**Ferrous (clear water) iron is usually detected by takinga sample of water in a clear bottle or glass.Immediately after taking, the sample is clear. As thewater sample stands, it gradually clouds and turnsslightly yellow or brown as air oxidizes the iron. Thisusually occurs in 15 to 30 minutes.When using the softener to reduce Ferrous (clearwater) iron, add 5 grains to the hardness setting forevery 1 ppm of Ferrous (clear water) iron. See "SetWater Hardness Number" section.Ferric (red water), and bacterial and organically boundirons are insoluble. This water softener will notremove ferric or bacterial iron. This iron is visible6immediately when drawn from a faucet because it hasoxidized before reaching the home. It appears assmall cloudy yellow, orange, or reddish suspendedparticles. After the water stands for a period of time,the particles settle to the bottom of the container.Generally these irons are removed from water by filtration. Chlorination is also recommended for bacterialiron.Colloidal and inorganically bound iron is of ferric or ferrous form that will not filter or exchange out of water.This water softener will not remove colloidal iron. Insome instances, treatment may improve colloidal ironwater. Colloidal iron water usually has a yellowappearance when drawn. After standing for severalhours, the color persists and the iron does not settle,but remains suspended in the water.SedimentSediment is fine, foreign material particles suspendedin water. This material is most often clay or silt.Extreme amounts of sediment may give the water acloudy appearance, and may require a sediment filterbe installed upstream of the water softener.* Water may contain one or more of the four types ofiron and any combination of these. Total iron is thesum of the contents.** Capacity to reduce clear water iron is substantiatedby WQA test data.Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual
Installation RequirementsLocation RequirementsConsider all of the following when selecting an installation location for the water softener. Do not locate the water softener where freezingtemperatures occur. Do not attempt to treat waterover 120ºF. Freezing temperatures or hot waterdamage voids the warranty. To condition all water in the home, install the watersoftener close to the water supply inlet, andupstream of all other plumbing connections, exceptoutside water pipes. Outside faucets should remainon hard water to avoid wasting conditioned waterand salt. A nearby drain is needed to carry away regeneration discharge (drain) water. Use a floor drain,laundry tub, sump, standpipe, or other options(check your local codes). See "Air GapRequirements" and "Valve Drain Requirements"sections. The water softener works on 24V DC electricalpower, supplied by a direct plug-in power supply(included). Provide nearby a 120V, 60Hz electricaloutlet in accordance with NEC and local codes. Always install the water softener between the waterinlet and water heater. Any other installed waterconditioning equipment should be installed betweenthe water inlet and water softener (See Figure 4below). Avoid installing in direct sunlight. Excessive sunheat may cause distortion or other damage to nonmetallic parts.Plumbing CodesAll plumbing must be completed in accordance withnational, state and local plumbing codes.In the state of Massachusetts: The Commonwealthof Massachusetts plumbing code 248-CMR shallbe adhered to. A licensed plumber shall be usedfor this installation.Air Gap RequirementsA drain is needed for the water discharged from thevalve during the softener’s regeneration cycle (SeeFigure 3). A floor drain, close to the water softener, ispreferred. A laundry tub, standpipe, etc. are otherdrain options. Secure valve drain hose in place.Leave an air gap of 1-1/2” between the end of thehose and the drain. This gap is needed to preventbackflow of sewer water into the water softener. Donot put the end of the drain hose into the drain.DrainHoseDrainHose1-1/2”air gap1-1/2”air gapFloor DrainStandpipeThe Proper Order To Install Water Treatment EquipmentCold Waterto HouseUntreated Water toOutside FaucetsHot Waterto HouseWaterSoftener1-1/2”air gapLaundry TubFIG. 3City Water essureTankORWell Water SupplyWellPumpMorton System Saver Installation & Operation ManualFIG. 47
Installation RequirementsValve Drain Requirements1/4” NPTThread Barbs for 3/8”I.D. TubingUsing the flexible drain hose (included), measure andcut to the length needed. Flexible drain hose is notallowed in all localities (check your plumbing codes). Iflocal codes do not allow use of a flexible drain hose, arigid valve drain run must be used. Purchase a compression fitting (1/4 NPT x 1/2 in. minimum tube) and1/2" tubing from your local hardware store. Plumb arigid drain as needed (See Figure 6).NOTE: Avoid drain hose runs longer than 30 feet.Avoid elevating the hose more than 8 feetabove the floor. Make the valve drain line asshort and direct as possible.Hose ClampDrain HoseClip1/4 NPTThreadsBarbsCompression Fitting.1/4 NPT x 1/2” O.D.Tube (not included)1/2” Outside Dia.Copper Tube(not included)Cut barbs from drain fitting (pull clip to removefitting from valve)Inlet / Outlet Plumbing OptionsFIG. 6Single Bypass ValvePull out for “Service”(Soft water)Always install either a single bypass valve (provided),as shown in Figure 7, or, if desired, parts for a 3 valvebypass system (not included) can be purchased andassembled, as shown in Figure 8. Bypass valvesallow you to turn off water to the softener for maintenance if needed, but still have water in house pipes.Push in for“Bypass”Use: FIG. 7Copper pipeThreaded pipePEX (Crosslinked Polyethylene) pipeCPVC plastic pipeOther pipe approved for use with potable waterIMPORTANT: Do not solder with plumbing attached toinstallation adaptors and single bypassvalve. Soldering heat will damage theadaptors and valve.3 Valve BypassBypassValveOutletValveFrom WaterSoftener8FIG. 5Morton System Saver Installation & Operation ManualInletValveTo WaterSoftenerFIG. 8
Installation InstructionsTo OutsideFaucetsHard WaterTypical Installationr PipeMain WateConditionedWaterClipsWater SoftenerValveToControllerInletOverflowDrain ElbowValve DrainElbowSalt StorageTank OverflowHose*Valve DrainHose*LubricatedO-ring1” NPTThreadedAdaptorO-ringSingleBypass ValveSecure Valve Drain Hosein place over Floor DrainFloor DrainStep 1. Turn Off Water Supply1. Close the main water supply valve, located near thewell pump or water meter.2. Shut off the electric or fuel supply to the waterheater.3. Open all faucets to drain all water from house pipes.NOTE: Be sure not to drain water from the waterheater, as damage to the water heater elements could result.Step 2. Assembly1” NPT SweatAdaptor (notincluded)OutletPlug-inPowerSupply*Do not connectthe water softenervalve drain hoseto the salt storagetank overflowhose.Pipe1. Morton System Saver models are factory assembled. During installation, unsnap and remove thetop cover, together with the salt lid, to expose thesoftener valve assembly. Set them aside to preventdamage. Check the brinewell to be sure it issecured and vertical (See Figure 11).1-1/2”air gapNOTE: See “Air Gap Requirements” section.FIG. 92. Lift the brine valve out of the brinewell. Make surethe float stem is parallel to the stand tube so theseals will seat properly during operation. Place thebrine valve back into the bottom of the brinewell andreinstall the brinewell cover.3. Install the brine tank overflow grommet and elbowinto the 13/16” diameter hole in the back of the saltstorage tank wall.Step 3. Move the Unit into Place1. Move the water softener into the desired location.Set it on a solid, level surface.IMPORTANT: Do not place shims directly under thesalt storage tank to level the softener.The weight of the tank, when full ofwater and salt, may cause the tank tofracture at the shim.Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manualcontinued on next page9
Installation Instructionscontinued from previous page2. Visually check and remove any debris from thewater softener valve inlet and outlet ports.3. Make sure the turbine assembly spins freely in the"out" port of the valve (See Figure 10).4. If not already done, put a light coating of siliconegrease on the single bypass valve o-rings.5. Push the single bypass valve into the softener valveas far as it will go. Snap the two large holding clipsinto place, from the top down as shown in Figures12 & 13.IMPORTANT: Be sure the clips snap firmly into placeso the single bypass valve will not pullout.Step 4. Complete Inlet and OutletPlumbingMeasure, cut, and loosely assemble pipe and fittingsfrom the main water pipe to the inlet and outlet ports ofthe water softener valve. Be sure to keep fittings fullytogether, and pipes squared and straight.Top CoverSalt LidBrine TankOverflowGrommetBrinewellCoverBrine TankOverflowElbowBrinewell13/16” ineValveFIG. 11Be sure hard water supply pipe goes to the water softener valve inlet side.NOTE: Inlet and outlet are marked on the water softener valve. Trace the water flow direction tobe sure hard water is to inlet.ClipChannelIMPORTANT: Be sure to fit, align and support allplumbing to prevent putting stress onthe water softener valve inlet and outlet.Undue stress from misaligned or unsupported plumbing may cause damage tothe valve.Single Bypass ValveComplete the inlet and outlet plumbing for the type ofpipes you will be using.TurbineTurbine Support AssemblyNozzle & VenturiAssemblyFIG. 12ClipCorrect AssemblyValve OutletFIG. 10Outside diameterof water softenervalve inlet & outletOutside diameterof clip channel onsingle bypass valveFIG. 13NOTE: Be sure all 3 tabs of the clip go through the matchingholes on the water softener valve inlet or outlet, andfully into the channel on the single bypass valve.Make sure that the tabs are fully seated.10Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual
Installation InstructionsStep 5. Cold Water Pipe GroundingCAUTION: The house cold water pipe (metal only)is often used as a ground for the houseelectrical system, The 3-valve bypasstype of installation, shown in Figure 8,will maintain ground continuity. If youuse a plastic bypass valve at the unit,continuity is broken. To restore theground, do the following:1. Install a #4 copper wire across the removed sectionof main water pipe, securely clamping it at bothends (See Figure 14) - parts not included.NOTE: Check local plumbing and electrical codesfor proper installation of the ground wire.The installation must conform to them. InMassachusetts, plumbing codes ofMassachusetts shall be conformed to.Consult with your licensed plumber.GroundWireClamp (2)Step 7. Install Salt Storage TankOverflow Hose1. Measure, cut to needed length and connect the 3/8"drain line (provided) to the salt storage tank overflow elbow and secure in place with a hose clamp.2 Run the hose to the floor drain, or other suitabledrain point no higher than the drain fitting on the saltstorage tank (This is a gravity drain). If the tankoverfills with water, the excess water flows to thedrain point. Cut the drain line to the desired lengthand route it neatly out of the way.IMPORTANT: For proper operation of the water softener, do not connect the water softenervalve drain hose from Step 6 to the saltstorage tank overflow hose.Step 8. Pressure Testing for LeaksTo prevent air pressure in the water softener andplumbing system, do the following steps exactly inorder:1. Fully open two or more softened cold water faucetsnearby the water softener, located downstream fromthe water softener.2. Place the single bypass valve or 3 valve bypass in"bypass" position. See Figures 7 & 8.FIG. 14Step 6. Install Valve Drain HoseNOTE: See valve drain options on pages 7 & 8.1. Measure, cut to needed length and connect the 3/8"drain line (provided) to the water softener valvedrain fitting. Use a hose clamp to hold the hose inplace.IMPORTANT: If codes require a rigid drain line see“Valve Drain requirements" section.2. Run the drain hose (or a rigid line) to the floor drain.Secure drain hose. This will prevent “whipping'' during regenerations. Be sure to provide a 1-1/2”minimum air gap to prevent possible sewerwater backup. See “Air Gap Requirements" section.NOTE: In addition to a floor drain, you can use a laundry tub or standpipe as a good drain point forthis hose. Avoid long drain hose runs, or elevating the hose more than 8’ above the floor.3. Fully open the main water supply valve. Run wateruntil there is a steady flow from the opened faucets,with no air bubbles.4. Place bypass valve(s) in "service" or soft water position exactly as follows: Single bypass valve: Slowly move the valve stemtoward "service," pausing several times to allowthe water softener to fill with water. 3 valve bypass: Fully close the bypass valve andopen the outlet valve. Slowly open the inletvalve, pausing several times to allow the watersoftener to fill with water.5. After about three minutes, open a hot water faucetuntil there is a steady flow and there are no air bubbles, then close this faucet.6. Close all cold water faucets and check for leaks atthe plumbing connections that you made.7. Check for leaks around clips at softener’s inlet andoutlet. If a leak occurs at a clip, depressurize theplumbing (turn off the water supply and openfaucets) before removing clip. When removing clipsat the softener’s inlet or outlet, push the singleMorton System Saver Installation & Operation Manualcontinued on next page11
Installation Instructionscontinued from previous pagebypass valve body toward the softener (See Figure15). Improper removal may damage clips. Do notreinstall damaged clips.If removingclips.depressurize theplumbing, then pushBypass Valve bodytoward softenerFIG. 15Step 9. Add Water and Salt to theSalt Storage Tank1. Using a container, add about three gallons of cleanwater into the salt storage tank.2. Add Morton System Saver II Pellets to the storagetank.NOTE: See Page 19 for additional information onsalt.Step 10. Plug in the Power SupplyDuring installation, the water softener wiring may bemoved or jostled from place. Check to be sure allleadwire connectors are secure on the back of theelectronic board and be sure all wiring is away fromthe valve gear and motor area, which rotates duringregenerations.1. Plug the water softener’s power supply into an electrical outlet that is not controlled by a switch and isapproved by local codes.Step 11. Program the Controller1. Install the softener’s top cover and salt lid.2. Complete the programming steps on:Pages 13 & 14 for Models M20, M27, M30 & MC30orPages 16 & 17 for Model M34.Step 12. Sanitizing the SoftenerCare is taken at the factory to keep your unit clean andsanitary. Materials used to make the unit will not infector contaminate your water supply, and will not causebacteria to form or grow. However, during shipping,storage, installation and operation, bacteria could getinto the unit. For this reason, sanitizing as follows issuggested* when installing.1. Open salt lid, remove the brinewell cover and pourabout 3 oz. (6 tablespoons) of household bleachinto the softener brinewell. Replace the brinewellcover.2 Make sure the bypass valve(s) is in the “service”(open) position.3 Start a recharge: Press the RECHARGE button andhold for 3 seconds, until “RECHARGE NOW” beginsto flash in the display. This recharge draws the sanitizing bleach into and through the water softener.Any air remaining in the unit is purged to the drain.4 After the recharge has completed, fully open a coldwater faucet, downstream from the softener, andallow 50 gallons of water to pass through the system. This should take at least 20 minutes. Closethe faucet.*Recommended by the Water Quality Association. On somewater supplies, the unit may need periodic disinfecting.Step 13. Restart the Water HeaterTurn on the electricity or fuel supply to the waterheater and relight the pilot, if applicable.NOTE: The water heater is filled with hard water and,as hot water is used, it refills with conditionedwater. In a few days, the hot water will be fullyconditioned. To have
2 Morton System Saver Installation & Operation Manual For best results use Morton System Saver II Pellets to soften your water Morton System Saver II Pellets offer superior performance and convenience. Morton System Saver II Pellets are created from high purity salt combined with resin cleaning additives. Specially formulated to outperform other water softening salts, System .
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NF E25-136 Technical data dP M2 0,4 M2,5 0,45 M3 0,5 M4 0,7 M5 0,8 M6 1 M7 ( DIN) 1 M8 1,25 M10 1,5 M12 1,75 M14 2 M16 2 M18 2,5 M20 2,5 M22 2,5 M24 3 M27 3 M30 3,5 M33 3,5 M36 4 M39 4 M42 4,5 dP M45 4,5 M48 5 M52 5 M56 ( DIN) 5,5 M60 ( DIN) 5,5 M64 ( DIN) 6 M68 ( DIN) 6 M72
380 2970 437 3671 573 5500 792 8870 1045 13376 Page 2. Diameter Pitch M5 0.80 M6 1.00 M8 1.25 M10 1.5 M12 1.75 M14 2.00 M16 2.00 M18 2.5 M20 2.5 M22 2.5 M24 3.00 M27 3.00 M30 3.50 M33 3.50 M36 4.00 M39 4.00 Diameter Pitch M3 0.50 M4 0.70 M5 0.80 M6 1.00 M8 1.25 M10 1.5 M12 1.75 M1
[-] 1.5 USING SIKA ANCHORFIX -2 TROPICAL WITH THREADED BARS Combined pullout and concrete cone failure in non-cracked concrete C20/25 Size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 Characteristic bond resistance in non-cracked concrete Characteristic bond resistance dry/wet concrete Rk [N/mm 2] 11 10 9.5 9.0 8.5 8.0 6.5 5.5
Additional Hilti technical data Anchor size M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39 Tensile N Rk HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 18,0 29,0 42,0 70,6 111,9 153,7 187,8 224,0 262,4 302,7 344,9 Shear VRk HIT-V 5.8 [kN] 9,0 15,0 21,0 39,0 61,0 88,0 115,0 140,0 173,5 204,3 244,0
3 Updated: Jan-21 Design resistance Anchor size ETA-20/0541, issued 2020-11-21 Hilti tech. data M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M27 M30 M33 M36 M39
Document Name M30 Specification and Guidelines for Road Lighting Design Document Number M30 Document Status Consultation release Document Availability This document is located in electronic form on the NZ Transport Agency's website at www.nzta.govt.nz
M14 40.2 103.7 148.4 173.4 M16 62 161 230 269 M18 86 222 318 372 M20 122 314 449 525 M22 166 428 613 716 M24 211 543 777 908 M27 309 796 1139 1331 . 6 BILL OF MATERIALS PER KIT 5000-040A – 6R30 JD StalkMaster 606C/706C – 2) 5000-160 Roller Bearing Bolt Bag, 4) 5000-167 Torsion Pivot Assembly, 4) 5000- 168 Torsion Mount Bolt Bag, 2) 5000-272 .
The information in this manual provides general instructions for the safe operation and maintenance of your forklift truck. This information is vital and must be clearly understood by the operator and serviceman. Study this manual and the Rough Terrain Forklift Safety Manual (part no. 422494) thoroughly and carefully before
The iComfort M30 smart thermostat is an Amazon Alexa-enabled, smart-home-compatible thermostat. It works with Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Tap devices allowing the homeowner to ask Alexa to adjust the temperature. energy efficient SettingS Factory preset program settings conform to EPA Energy Star recommended set points. ApplicAtionS
ABS-M30 Data Sheet 5 Values are measured as printed. XY, XZ, and ZX orientations were tested. For full details refer to the Stratasys Materials
th700-r4(md8), 4l60 4l60e(m30), 4l65e(m32) 153 th700-r4 ill. description qty. year part no. reference no. rebuilder kits 2nd design 4l60e
3 Your hearing aid & charger details Hearing aid models Earpieces c Audéo M-R (M90/M70/M50/M30) c Dome c Audéo M-RT (M90/M70/M50/M30) c SlimTip c Audéo M-R Trial c cShell c Audéo M-RT Trial Charging accessories c Charger Case Combi incl. power supply c Power Pack c Mini Charger Case incl
79 69 18 HARTER Geoffroy Computer Home FRA 134 M30 00:44:50 (00:44:56) 80 70 19 MERCHIER Benoît FRA 209 M30 00:44:55 (00:45:10) 81 71 15 WEIWERS Mike LUX 37 M40 00:44:56 (00:45:01)
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EN: l. Open the charging case. they will automatically enter the pairing mode in which the LED light flashes white and red alternately. and then select "Mpow M30".
TECHNICAL DATA SHEET CHEMICAL-METALLIC ANCHOR Denomination: CHEMICAL CAPSULE ANCHOR Codes: CAQU, EQAC, EQA2, EQA4 Reference: FT CAQU-en Date: 27/08/15 Revision: 7 Page: 3 of 6 DIMENSIONS MEASUREMENT M8 M10 M12 M16 M20 M24 M30* e Chemical capsul
Mar 15, 2017 · Nissan is conducting a voluntary service campaign on specific MY2013-2017 Nissan NV200 (M20) and MY2013-2016 NY Taxi (M30) to remedy a potential liquid intrusion issue. The Air ba
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