4-13. SERVICE FOOT VALVE AND TUBING (Cont'd).
Hypochlorite is caustic and can cause severe chemical burns. To avoid injury:
Wear required protective clothing any time you are handling calcium hypochlorite.
If hypochlorite solution comes in contact with skin or eyes, flush immediately with large
amounts of water, and seek medical attention.
If hypochlorite solution spills on equipment, rinse with large amounts of water.
Remove lid (1) from reservoir (2).
Remove foot valve (3) from reservoir (2), and allow to drain.
Unscrew foot valve (3) from suction tubing (4) by turning tube nut (5) counterclockwise, and pull tube
Care must be taken to prevent ceramic poppet from falling out of valve and becoming lost or
Unscrew valve body (6) from tubing adapter (7).
Slide screen (8) off valve body (6).
Carefully remove ceramic poppet (9) by tipping body (6).
Unscrew tube nut (103 from suction valve (11), and pull tube (4) off.
Unscrew tube nut (13) from it-valve (14), and pull tube (15) off.
Unscrew tube nut (16) from discharge valve (17), and pull tube (18) off.
Unscrew tube nut (19) from injection valve (20), and pull tube (18) off.