Location of Equipment:
Locate the equipment as close as possible to the source of use, but avoid locating in close proximity to sources of
excessive heat, cold or water overspray. For outdoor installation, use a simple frame storage shed, vented and
containing a hydrogen monitoring device. Allow sufficient clearance around the floor mounted tanks and cabinets to
facilitate routine maintenance. Locate the chlorine holding tank so that the semi-rigid interconnecting tubing follows the
shortest and most direct path (Fig. No. 1 ). All fluid handling lines are color coded or numerically identified for ease of
assembly. Simply connect like numbers on the tubing to matching numbers on the tanks and valves. In the event a
number tag is missing, consult the single line plumbing diagram on Fig. #2 to determine the proper location.
Using the vent kit supplied, vent the holding tank to outside atmosphere. Seal the corrugated
vent tube with the RTV rubber supplied. Also GROUND the HOLDING TANK to the POWER
SUPPLY using the green ground wire supplied and continue the ground from the cabinet
back to a RELIABLE ELECTRICAL OR WATER SYSTEM GROUND.
INITIAL START-UP PROCEDURE.
Once all electrical and plumbing connections are completed, the system is ready for the initial prime as follows:
Brine Tank: Fill the brine tank approximately 1/2 full with cold water then add approximately 700 lbs. ofsalt.