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3-12.2. Emergency shutdown procedures
In an emergency, push the appropriate red button to shut down either a selected system or all operating
When emergency situation has been corrected, reset emergency button by turning collar behind button one-
quarter turn clockwise Button will pop out and again be in the ready position
When emergency button is reset, any systems turned off by that emergency button must be restarted with their
individual controls If drinking water system has been disabled, restart using procedures In Chapter 3
Operation under extreme conditions
Operation under extreme conditions. The operation of the drinking water system in extreme hot or cold
temperatures creates special problems with lubricants Lubrication under these extreme conditions is discussed below
Additional Information Is contained In the manufacturers' service manuals/instructions in Appendix B
3-13.1. Operation in extreme cold.
Cold weather lubricants must be used.
Drain system if there Is any danger of
3-13.2. Operation in extreme heat.
Hot weather lubricants must be used Electric motors have a tendency to run
hotter than normal during such conditions When they become too hot for the safety of the motor, safety circuits within the
motor stop the motor to prevent damage to It When this happens, allow the motor to cool When It reaches a safe
operating temperature, It automatically starts again If the motor has to be reset and restarted manually, be sure the motor
has cooled down before attempting to start It