Antunes Filtration Technologies UFL-420 9700469 Specifications

Manufacturing
Numbers:
9700464
9700466
9700469
9700474
9700476
9700479
Water filtration
system
System Tested and Certified by NSF
International and WQA against NSF/ANSI
Standard 42 and 53 for the reduction of:
Standard No. 42: Aesthetic Effects
Nominal Particulate Reduction Class I
Standard No. 53: Health Effects
Cyst Reduction
Turbidity Reduction.
UFL-420/440 Series
P/N 1010873 Rev. G 03/12
Owner ’s Manual
UFL-420/440 water Filtration system
A.J. Antunes & Co.
Table of contents
Owner Information......................................................2
General.......................................................................2
Warranty Information..................................................2
Service/Technical Assistance.....................................3
Important Safety Information.....................................3
Specifications..............................................................4
Electrical Ratings........................................................4
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations........................4
Dimensions.................................................................4
Performance Data Sheet.............................................6
Filter Cartridge Capacities..........................................6
System Capacities......................................................6
Performance Claims for Percent Reduction...............6
Installation....................................................................7
Unpacking...................................................................7
Equipment Setup........................................................7
Locating and Mounting the System............................8
Operation.................................................................... 11
Filtration Process......................................................11
LED Display..............................................................11
Starting the System..................................................11
Programming Timer During Startup..........................12
Setting the Flush Interval (Fi)...................................12
Setting Flush Duration (FD)......................................12
Manual Flushing.......................................................13
Maintenance...............................................................14
Checking the Timer Program....................................14
Changing the Cartridges..........................................14
System Sanitization..................................................14
Troubleshooting........................................................15
Wiring Diagram..........................................................16
Replacement Parts UFL-420/440..............................18
Limited Warranty.......................................Back Cover
Owner Information
General
Warranty Information
Antunes Filtration Technologies, Division of A.J.
Antunes & Co., has partnered with companies from
around the globe to produce the UFL-Series water
filtration systems. The UFL-Series reduces cysts and
turbidity that can enter a typical water supply. This patented technology is now available to you, sized for your
particular application. All filter configurations utilize
NeoH capillary membranes, providing the latest innovation in reusable surface filtration technology.
Please read the full text of the Limited Warranty in this
manual.
This manual provides the safety, installation and
operating procedures for the UFL-Series water filtration
systems. We recommend that all information contained
in this manual be read prior to installing and operating
the unit.
• Damages caused in shipment or damage as
result of improper use.
• Installation of electrical service.
• Normal maintenance as outlined in this manual.
• Malfunction resulting from improper maintenance.
• Damage from moisture leaking into electrical
components.
• Normal maintenance as outlined in this manual.
• Damage from tampering with, removal of, or
changing any preset control or safety device.
If the unit arrives damaged, contact the carrier immediately and file a damage claim with them. Save all
packing materials when filing a claim. Freight damage
claims are the responsibility of the purchaser and are
not covered under warranty.
The warranty does not extend to:
Your UFL-Series unit is manufactured from the finest
materials available and is assembled to AFT’s strict
quality standards. This unit has been tested at the
factory to ensure dependable trouble-free operation.
Important! Keep these instructions for future reference. If the unit changes ownership, be sure this manual accompanies the equipment.
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Owner information (continued)
Service/Technical Assistance
Suggested replacement period for Cartridge is approximately 3 years.
If you experience any problems with the installation
or operation of your unit, contact Antunes Filtration
Technologies at 1-630-784-1000, or toll free in the
United States at 1-800-253-2991.
For sales in the state of Iowa:
Seller:Date:
Buyer:Date:
Fill in the information in the next column and have it
handy when calling for assistance. The serial number
is on the specification plate located on the unit.
Purchased From:
Date of Purchase:
Model No.:
Serial No.:
Mfg. No.:
Important
A.J. Antunes and Company reserves the right to change specifications and product design without notice. Such revisions do not entitle the buyer to corresponding changes, improvements,
additions or replacements for previously purchased equipment.
Important Safety Information
In addition to the warnings and cautions in this manual,
use the following guidelines for safe operation of the unit.
- Do not modify the power supply cord plug. If
it does not fit the outlet, have a proper outlet
installed by a qualified electrician.
• Read all instructions before using equipment.
• Install or locate the equipment only for its intended
use as described in this manual. Do not use corrosive chemicals in this equipment.
• Do not operate this equipment if it has a damaged
cord or plug; if it is not working properly, or if it has
been damaged or dropped.
• If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer or its service agent or a similarly qualified person.
• This equipment should be serviced by qualified personnel only. Contact Antunes Filtration
Technologies for repair.
• This equipment is to be installed to comply with the
local plumbing code and any other applicable code.
• Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
The following warnings and cautions appear throughout
this manual and should be carefully observed.
• Water pressure must not exceed 100 psig (690
kPa). To reduce water pressure, install a water
pressure regulator and set water pressure to suit
application. Note that trans membrane pressure
(inlet water pressure minus the permeate water
pressure) must not exceed 45 psi (310 kPa).
• System should be supplied only with cold water.
• Disconnect the power source before performing any
service or maintenance on the unit.
• All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other applicable
codes.
• Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Code
248 CMR shall be adhered to. The use of saddle
valves are not permitted, please consult your local
plumber.
• Warning electrical shock hazard. Failure to follow these instructions
could result in serious injury or death.
• A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) must be
installed on the circuit to this system
• When installed on metallic plumbing, a properly
sized electrical bonding jumper must be installed
across the inlet and outlet pipes serving this device.
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- Do not use an extension cord with this appliance.
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Specifications
Dimensions
Electrical Ratings
Model &
Mfg. No.
Voltage Watts
Amps
Hertz
UFL-420
9700464
120
10
0.4
50/60
UFL-420
9700466
230
10
0.4
50
UFL-420
9700469
220
10
0.4
50
UFL-440
9700474
120
10
0.4
50/60
UFL-440
9700476
230
10
0.4
50
UFL-440
9700479
220
10
0.4
50
B
A
C
Electrical Cord & Plug Configurations
120 VAC
(P/N 0700665)
230 VAC
(P/N 0700666)
Figure 1. Dimensions
UFL-420
220 VAC
(P/N 0700682) China Only
A
Width
B
Depth
C
Height
Operating
Weight
(w/water)
(lbs)
Min. Clearance
for Cartridge
Change above
or below unit
(inches)
11.5 in
6 in
28 in
28 lbs.
19 in
A
Width
B
Depth
C
Height
Operating
Weight
(w/water)
(lbs)
Min. Clearance
for Cartridge
Change above
or below unit
(inches)
11.5 in
6 in
47 in
42 lbs.
38 in
UFL-440
Caution
All electrical connections must be in accordance
with local electrical codes and any other
applicable codes.
A ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) must be
installed on the circuit to this system.
Replacement Cartridge
When installed on metallic plumbing, a properly
sized electrical bonding jumper must be installed
across the inlet and outlet pipes serving this
device
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UFL-420
L-420 (P/N 7000411)
UFL-440
L-440 (P/N 7000412)
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Specifications (continued)
Components
Permeate
Drain
Mounting
Bracket
Power
Transformer
LED Display
Program
Button
Filter
Housing
Flow
Controller
Inlet
Figure 2. Components
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Performance Data Sheet
Filter Cartridge Capacities
System Tested and Certified by NSF
International against NSF/ANSI
Standard 42 and 53 for the reduction of:
Maximum Operating Pressure
100 psig (690 kPa)
Minimum Operating Pressure
8 psig (55 kPa)
Maximum Operating Temperature
104°F (40°C)
Minimum Operating Temperature
40°F (4°C)
Maximum Trans Membrane Pressure 45 PSI (3.1 Bar)
pH Range
3-10
MWCO 100 kD
Standard No. 42: Aesthetic Effects
Nominal Particulate Reduction Class I
Standard No. 53: Health Effects
Cyst Reduction
Turbidity Reduction
System Capacities
Series
UFL-420
UFL-440
Liters per hour
1045
2089
Liters per minute
17
35
Gallons per hour
276
552
Gallons per minute
4.6
9.2
This system has been tested according to NSF/ANSI
Standard 42 and 53 for reduction of the substances
listed below. The concentration of the indicated substances in water entering the system was reduced to a
concentration less than or equal to the permissible limit
for water leaving the system, as specified in NSF/ANSI
42 or 53. While testing was performed under standard
laboratory conditions, actual performance may vary.
Performance Claims for Percent Reduction
Substance
Influent
Challenge
Concentration
Reduction
Requirement
Minimum
%
Reduction
cyst1
minimum
50,000/L
99.95%
99.95%
Turbidity
11+/1 NTU
≤ 0.5 NTU
97.3%
Particulate Class I
Particles 0.5 to <
1µm
at least 10,000
particles /mL
85%
N/A
1
based on the use of microspheres or Cryptosporium parvum oocysts
Unpacking
1. Remove the system and all packing materials
from the shipping carton.
2. Remove all packing materials and protective coverings from the system
3. Remove the information packet. To prevent any
delay in obtaining warranty coverage, fill out and
mail the warranty card.
NOTE: If any parts are damaged, contact Antunes
Filtration Technologies IMMEDIATELY at 1-800-2532991 or 1-630-784-1000.
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Installation
Equipment Setup
If soldered plumbing is used, do not apply heat to, or
near, the filtration system. The use of union (O-ring
seal) connections is highly recommended for ease of
installation and future servicing.
General
When placing the unit into service, pay attention to the
following guidelines:
Suggested Tools and Supplies for Installation
• Do not immerse cord or plug in water.
• Keep cord away from heated surfaces.
The following tools and supplies are suggested to make
the installation easier:
Electrical
• Screwdriver
• Drill with bits
• Tape measure
• Two gallon bucket
• Pipe wrenches
Ensure that the line voltage corresponds to the stated
voltage on the units specification label. Make sure that
the plug on the power cord from the system and the
outlet match. For proper operation, and to ensure the
highest quality water from the system, make sure that
the system is not connected to a switched electrical
outlet.
Caution
This equipment is to be installed to comply with
the basic plumbing code of the Building Officials
and Code Administrators, Inc. (BOCA) and the
Food Service Sanitation Manual of the Food and
Drug Administration (FDA).
Plumbing
NOTE: This unit is designed to use tap water not to
exceed 100°F (38°C) or 100 psig (690 kPa).
The UFL-420 and UFL-440 systems use the following
connections (Figure 1):
Caution
Water pressure must not exceed 100 psig (690
kPa). To reduce water pressure, install a water
pressure regulator and set water pressure to suit
application. Note that the trans membrane pressure must not exceed 45 psi (310 kPa).
• Water Inlet 1” NPT
• Permeate (Product Water)
1” NPT
• Drain 3/4” NPT
When making a plumbing connection to the system,
remember to use a back-up wrench on the supporting
plumbing. Always use a good quality, approved pipe
sealant or thread seak tape on pipe threads. Be careful
not to get the pipe sealant inside the pipe when making
the connections.
Flow Regulator Assembly
Your filtration system uses a water Flow Regulator
Assembly that controls the flow of water into the unit.
This assembly consists of a white threaded male connector and a color-coded Flow Regulator (Figure 3).
The unit MUST be operated with the appropriate Flow
Regulator Assembly.
DO NOT over tighten the connections. It is recommended that plastic fittings be used when connecting to
the plastic connections of the system. This will reduce
the possibility of cracking the connections due to overtightening.
IMPORTANT
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Code
248 CMR shall be adhered to. The use of saddle
valves are not permitted, please consult your local
plumber.
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• Adjustable wrenches
• Level
• Pipe dope or thread seal tape
• Fresh 5 1/4% liquid chlorine bleach
•
UFL-420 Units: Use a GREEN and WHITE Flow
Regulator Assembly (5 gallons per minute).
•
UFL-440 Units: Use a BLACK and WHITE Flow
Regulator Assembly (10 gallons per minute).
Caution
Flow Regulator Assemblies are NOT interchangeable. Operating the system with the wrong Flow
Regulator or without a Flow Regulator can damage the system, cause personal injury, and
will void the warranty!
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Installation (continued)
Locating and Mounting the System
IMPORTANT
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Code
248 CMR shall be adhered to. The use of saddle
valves are not permitted, please consult your local
plumber.
Consider these points before mounting the system:
• Note the location of the water supply, drain, and
an appropriate electrical outlet when choosing a
mounting location.
• Remember to allow for access to the timer/
programmer controls.
INSET
Water Flow
• Do not mount the system above any electrical
equipment, or items that may be damaged if they
get wet.
Into
Filter
Base
• Install the system in a location that will allow for
future service access. Cartridge replacement will
be either through the top or bottom of the housing.
Flow Controller
(Green for UFL-420,
Black for UFL-440)
Sanitation
Plug (not
supplied)
Flow Control
(supplied,
see inset)
NOTE: Be sure to allow access to both the top and
bottom of the housing.
Inlet Water
Valve (not
supplied)
• Mount the system on a wall using appropriate
mounting hardware.
• Remember to consider the operating weight of
the system when choosing mounting hardware.
Depending on the type of wall the system is being
mounted to, wall reinforcement may be necessary.
Filter
Base
Mount the filtration unit using the Mounting Bracket
(Figure 2) using 1/4” by 1” bolts or bolts of the metric
equivalent.
Inlet Drain
Valve (not
Supplied)
Incoming
Water
Supply
Figure 3. Inlet Water Plumbing
Inlet Water Plumbing
Permeate Line Plumbing
It is recommended that the inlet water plumbing line be
1” NPT or larger. A shutoff valve (not supplied) should
be installed in the line leading to the system. The valve
should be mounted close to the system inlet and sized
properly for the inlet plumbing line.
To ensure the highest quality and safest water, it is
recommended that a check valve (to prevent backflow)
be installed in the water line after the permeate connection. This will help prevent possible contamination of
the filter system due to other equipment downstream.
The check valve (not supplied) should be mounted
close to the system outlet, and sized properly for the
plumbing line. Check with local codes for the proper
specification.
It is also recommended that a “T” or Cross Fitting (with
cap or plug) be installed between the inlet valve and the
system Inlet. This fitting can be used for draining and
sanitizing the system and downstream plumbing.
The system should only be connected to the cold water
line.
A shutoff valve (not supplied) should be installed in the
filtered water line leading from the system. The valve
should be mounted close to the system outlet and sized
properly for the plumbing line. This valve will allow for
easier servicing and future cartridge change out.
To ensure that the highest quality water is produced
from the system, the plumbing leading to the filter
system must be flushed clear of all debris before the
system is hooked up. Before making the connection to
the inlet of the filter system, hold a bucket or other container at the inlet water line and slowly open the inlet
water valved. Allow the pipe to flush until all debris is
removed.
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Installation (continued)
Drain line plumbing
Caution
Ingesting the protective solution may cause irritation of the gastrointestinal tract, colic, diarrhea, or
other similar symptoms
The drain line is used to flush away the particle buildup
when cleaning the filter. The drain line must be able
to support the flow rate when the system flushes. The
flow rate from the flush depends on the inlet water pressure, inlet pipe size, and system selected. It is recommended that the drain line be as large as, or larger
than, the inlet plumbing line. The drain line should be
as short as possible, sloping downward without kinks
or loops. Be sure that the drain used is not blocked or
restricted.
1. Plug the power cord into the appropriate electrical
outlet. The unit will power on and the LED display
will display the following for about two seconds
each:
The filter system must be protected from possible back
contamination by the installation of an air gap between
the drain connection of the system and the drain
(Figure 4). This gap in the line, with no physical contact
between the system and sewer, prevents contamination
of the system in the event of a backed-up sewer.
8.8
FD followed by its time settings in seconds
Fi and its time setting in minutes or hours.
The FD and Fi sequence repeats for about 20 seconds after which the switches to Flush Mode (FL)
before returning to the Flush Interval Mode (Fi).
The time setting for F1 will be displayed and the
decimal point will flash in one second intervals.
NOTE: Make sure that the end of the drain line is
positioned and secured at least 2 inches above
the drain so that the water flow is directed into the
drain, without splashing.
2.Open the tap or faucet closest downstream to the
filter system.
3. Slowly open the inlet water valve and allow water
to enter the system.
UFL Cartridge
IMPORTANT
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Plumbing Code
248 CMR shall be adhered to. The use of saddle
valves are not permitted, please consult your local
plumber.
4. Press and hold the Program button. After 6-7
seconds, the drain valve will open and F1 will
appear on the display.
5. Continue holding the Program button down for at
least 60 seconds to keep the drain valve open.
This flushes air out of the center of the hollow
fibers. The drain will remain open as long as the
Program button is pressed. Check to make sure
that the drain water is directed into the drain without splashing.
The cartridge is already installed into the housing. If
you need to remove the cartridge, follow the instructions on page 14 in the Changing the Cartridges area
of the Maintenance section in this manual. Make sure
that all O-rings are lubricated with a food-grade silicone
lubricate before assembling
6. Release the Program button. This closes the
drain valve. Water should continue to flow
through the system and out of the open tap.
Allow water to flow out of the tap for at least 15
minutes at maximum flow rate.
Flushing the system
To ensure that the highest quality water is produced
from the system, the plumbing leading from the filter
system must be flushed clear of all debris after the
system is hooked up. After making the connection to
the outlet of the filter system, open a faucet or tap closest to the filter system, then slowly open the inlet water
valve. Allow the pipe to flush until all debris is removed.
7. Close the tap and let the system stand without
water flow for 15 minutes to allow any trapped air
to come out of the hollow fibers. Check for leaks
at all fittings.
The unit also must be flushed to remove air and the
shipping/storage solution. For maximum quality, the
permeate water produced during the flushing procedure
must be discarded. Direct this permeate water to drain.
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8. After 15 minutes without water flow, open the
tap for 5 minutes to allow any trapped air to be
flushed out. Close the tap.
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9.Once again, press and hold the Program button
for at least 60 seconds to flush out any remaining
air from the system.
5. Press and hold the Program button to help drain
the system.
6. When the water flow out of the inlet fitting stops,
close the inlet drain valve and pour the liquid
bleach into the inlet connection fitting. Be careful
not to spill bleach onto clothing or skin. You may
want to add the bleach using a cup. Reattach the
cap on the fitting.
10. Release the Program button. Flushing is
complete.
Sanitizing the System and Lines
The plumbing must be sanitized to eliminate possible
contamination that may have occurred during the installation process. Chlorine bleach can be used to sanitize
the plumbing. The amount of bleach to use depends on
the system installed and the amount of plumbing downstream of the filter system. Generally, one ounce (30
ml) of bleach will be sufficient to sanitize the system.
6. Slowly open the inlet water valve and allow water
to flow out of the tap until the smell of bleach is
present.
7. Close the tap and let the system stand with no
water flow for at least 15 minutes to allow the
bleach to sanitize the pipes.
1. Make sure that the system has been flushed of
air and debris as described in the Flushing and
Starting up the System section of this manual.
2.Open the tap closest downstream to the filter system.
8. After 15 minutes without water flow, open the tap
and flush until the presence of bleach is gone. All
other taps should be opened to flush any bleach
from the plumbing. Close the taps.
3. Close the inlet water valve and allow the system
to depressurize.
9. Press and hold the Program button for at least 60
seconds to complete the flushing process.
4. Place a bucket under the “T” or cross fitting at
the inlet connection to the system. Open the inlet
drain valve or unscrew the cap to drain the system.
10. Sanitation is complete.
Program the timer following the procedure outlined in
the Operation section of this manual.
Drain Line
from System
Secure
End
Drain Line
from System
2” (5.1 cm)
minimum
Secure
End
Standpipe
2” (5.1 cm)
minimum
Floor
Drain
Drain
Figure 4. Proper Draining
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Operation
Filtration Process
Starting the System
Water filtration in the UFL Series is accomplished using
two modes:
Power up the unit.
The LED read-out displays the following for about two
seconds each:
• Flush Interval (Fi on the LED display)
• Flush Duration (Fd on LED display).
1. 8.8
During the Flush Interval mode, water enters the inlet
and flows through the filter element before exiting the
Permeate outlet as usable product water. After a certain period of time, depending upon water quality, the
filter has to be cleaned. This is accomplished through
the Flush Duration Mode. During this mode, the drain
valve opens and flushes the membrane to remove
debris collected inside the membrane walls.
2. Fd followed by its time settings in seconds.
3. Fi and its time setting, in minutes or hours.
The Fd and Fi sequence repeats for 30 seconds after which, the unit automatically returns to the Flush Interval Mode (Fi). The time setting for Fi
will be displayed and the decimal point will flash in one second intervals.
NOTE: Both the Flush Interval Mode and the Flush
Duration Mode can be automated by programming
the timer. During the Flush Interval Mode, the valve
is not powered in order to keep water filtering during
a power outage.
NOTE: The timer can be programmed immediately
after start-up or while in Flush Interval Mode.
LED Display
Fi - Flush Interval Mode is the time between flushings and is displayed in minutes or hours.
Fd - Flush Duration Mode is the amount of time used to flush and remove debris from filter cartridge and is displayed in seconds.
FL - Manual Flush Mode operation, solenoid is
manually activated by the user.
PROGRAM
Figure 5. LED Display, Front Panel
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Operation (continued)
Programming Timer During Startup
NOTE: Once the unit is powered up, the
LED display cycles through the default or current
settings: Flush Duration (Fd) and its setting will be
followed by Flush Interval (Fi) and its settings. At
any time during this sequence, which lasts approximately 30 seconds the unit can be programmed.
Setting the Flush Interval (Fi)
PROGRAM
1. When Fi (Figure 5) is displayed, press and
release the Program button to view current setting .
Figure 6. LED Display for Flush Interval Mode
2. To make a change, press and hold the Program
button to scroll through settings - release the button at desired setting (Figure 5).
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3. The unit automatically returns to the Flush
Interval Mode if the Program button is not
pressed within 10 seconds..
NOTE: Fi times are displayed in ten minute intervals, after fifty minutes they are displayed in hours
(Table A).
PROGRAM
Figure 7. Time Setting Fi Mode (22 Hours)
Setting Flush Duration (FD)
2. When Fd is displayed, press and release the
Program button to view current setting (Figure 8).
3. To make a change, press and hold the Program
button to scroll through settings - release the button at desired setting (Figure 9).
4. The unit automatically returns to the Flush
Interval Mode if the Program button is not
pressed within 10 seconds.
PROGRAM
NOTE: Fd times are displayed in 5 second intervals
up to 60 seconds (Table A).
Fi - Flush Interval Mode
Figure 8. LED Display for Flush Duration Mode
Fd - Flush Duration Mode
1- 10 minutes
5
5 seconds
5- 50 Minutes 10
10 seconds
01 1 Hour
15
15 Seconds
12
12 Hours
30
30 Seconds
24
24 hours
60 60 Seconds
55
PROGRAM
Table A. LED Display Settings
Figure 9. Time Setting Fd Mode (55 Seconds)
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Operation (continued)
Programming Timer While Unit is in Flush
Interval (Fi) Mode
TO SET Fi - FLUSH INTERVAL MODE
NOTE: After power-up and cycling - Fi time setting
displays a flashing decimal point.
PROGRAM
1. Press and hold the Program button for four
seconds. Release the button and the LED will
display Fd followed by its setting.
Figure 10. Fi - LED Display for Flush Interval Mode
2. When Fi (Figure 10) is displayed, press and
release the Program button to view current setting.
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3. To make a change, press and hold the Program
button to scroll through settings - release the button at desired setting (Figure 11).
PROGRAM
Figure 11. Time display for Fi Mode (30 Minutes)
4. The unit automatically returns to the Flush
Interval Mode if the Program button is not
pressed within 10 seconds.
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NOTE: Fi times are displayed in ten minute intervals, after fifty minutes they are displayed in hours
(Table B).
PROGRAM
TO SET FD - FLUSH DURATION MODE
1. Press and hold the Program button for four
seconds. Release the button, the LED displays
Fd.
Figure 12. LED Display for Flush Duration
2. When Fd is displayed (Figure 12), press and release button to view current setting .
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3. To make a change, press and hold down start
button to scroll through settings - release button
at desired setting (Figure 13).
PROGRAM
Figure 13. Time Display for Fd Mode (15 Seconds)
4. After ten seconds, if start button is not pressed
unit automatically returns to Flush Interval Mode.
Manual Flushing
NOTE: Fd times are displayed in 5 second intervals
up to 60 seconds (Table B).
NOTE: Manual flushing only works when unit is in
Flush Interval Mode (Fi).
Fi - Flush Interval Mode
1-
10 minutes
5-
50 Minutes
Fd - Flush Duration Mode
5
5 seconds
10
10 seconds
01 1 Hour
15
15 Seconds
12
12 Hours
30
30 Seconds
24
24 hours
60 60 Seconds
While the unit is in Flush Interval Mode (decimal point
flashing), hold the Program button down for 6-7 seconds until the LED displays FL (Figure 14). Continue
holding the button down to keep the drain open. Drain
will remain open for as long as Program button is
depressed. (FL will flash on LED.) Releasing the button closes the drain and puts the unit back into startup
mode. After ten seconds, if the Program button is not
pressed the unit automatically returns to the Flush Interval
Mode (Fi).
Table B. LED Display Settings
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Maintenance
The filtration system is designed to require very little
maintenance. To ensure that the water is of the highest
quality, occasionally some service is required.
6. Unplug the system.
7.Make sure there is enough room below the
housing to remove the cartridge.
Checking the Timer Program
8. Remove the snap ring on the end of the housing.
Grab the raised lug with your fingers or a pair of
pliers and pull towards the center of the end cap
and away. The ring should lift out of its groove.
During normal operation, the system displays the time
setting for the Flush Interval Mode (FI) and the decimal will flash in one second intervals. This is the time
between flushing, not a time of day setting.
9. The end cap, end cap O-ring, and cartridge
should easily drop down out of the housing. If
not, pull gently on the end cap to remove.
Over time, it is possible that the time that the system
flushes occurs at a time of high water use. If this creates a problem, the timer can be reset by unplugging
the power cord, waiting for 5 seconds, and plugging the
power cord in again. The timer then begins timing from
the point power is restored to the system. Follow the
procedures within the Operation section of this manual
to check and set the timer settings.
10. Inspect the cartridge O-rings and end cap O-ring
for nicks or cuts. Replace as needed.
11. Lubricate all O-rings with a food-grade silicone
lubricant. Apply a light coating of lubricant to the
inside center tube at both ends of the new cartridge..
Changing the Cartridges
While the filtration system is designed for long life,
eventually the cartridges will need to be replaced.
12. Place the end cap O-ring on the end cap and
insert the end cap into the end of the new cartridge. Position the new cartridge and end cap
below the housing and gently insert into the housing. Press the end cap into position until the end
cap is fully seated and the snap ring groove is
visible.
NOTE: Do NOT operate the system without the Flow
Regulator Assembly or the unit will be damaged,
physical injury may occur, and the warranty will be
voided.
1.Open the faucet or tap closest downstream to the
filtration system.
13. Install the snap ring by guiding the non-lugged
end into the groove first, pushing outward and
working around the ring until it snaps into place.
2. Close the inlet water valve and allow the system
to depressurize.
NOTE: Make sure that the snap ring is fully seated
before turning the water on.
3. Place a bucket under the “T” or cross fitting at the
inlet connection to the system. Open the valve or
unscrew the cap to drain the system.
14. Follow the Flushing and Starting the System and
Sanitizing the System and Lines procedures in the
Installation section of this manual to complete the
cartridge change.
4. Press and hold the Start button to help drain the
system.
5. Close the inlet drain valve or reattach the cap on
the “T” fitting when the water flow stops.
If the cartridge does not easily come out of the housing,
the opposite end cap can also be removed for assistance during Step 8. Remember to inspect and reinstall
the O-rings at each end in the proper order.
System Sanitization
FL
Over time and use, the plumbing downstream from the
system may require sanitization. It is recommended
that the system and downstream plumbing be sanitized at least once a year. When necessary, follow
the Sanitizing the System and Lines procedure in the
Installation section of this manual.
PROGRAM
Figure 14. Manual Flush
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
Unit does not have power.
The power cord is not correctly
plugged in.
Plug power cord in correctly.
The Control Display is blank.
The power cord is not correctly
plugged in.
Plug power cord in correctly.
Control Board is inoperable.
Transformer is inoperable.
Contact your maintenance person or
Authorized Service agency.
Inlet Valve closed
Open the Inlet Valve
Inlet Strainer is plugged
Clean/replace Inlet Strainer
End of the capillaries plugged
Clean/replace Filter Cartridge
See above.
See above.
The system may be in a flush cycle.
Wait for the flush cycle to end.
Flushing program not set correctly
for water conditions.
Decrease the flush interval and increase
the flush duration (refer to the Operation
section of this manual).
Drain Valve is stuck open.
Replace/rebuild the Drain Valve.
The inlet water pressure is too low.
Boost the inlet water pressure/replace
pipes.
Storage/shipping solution not completely flushed out of system.
Flush system for a longer period of time.
Biological growth in pipes.
Sanitize plumbing.
Water conditions changed.
Consider installing taste and odor filtration.
Broken capillary in Filter Cartridge.
Replace Filter Cartridge.
Drain Valve stuck open.
Replace/rebuild the Drain Valve.
Controller sending continuous signal
to valve.
Replace the controller.
Flush runs too long.
Program duration set too long.
Re-program the unit to flush for a shorter
duration of time.
Flush occurs at time of high
water usage.
The Flush Interval is set to interfere
with water use.
Change Flush Interval/reprogram time.
Unplug unit and plug in at a time of lower
water usage.
Water splashes at drain during flush.
Drain line not positioned properly.
Reposition the end of the drain line.
Water leaks at the ends of the
Filter Cartridge after changing
cartridges.
Cartridge end connections are not
tight enough.
Tighten with wrench if necessary.
O-rings not lubricated.
Lubricate O-rings with food-grade lubricant.
O-rings are split, cut, or twisted
Replace O-rings.
Permeate port is not tight enough
Tighten, with wrench if necessary.
O-ring not lubricated.
Lubricate O-ring with food-grade lubricant.
O-ring split, cut, or twisted.
Replace O-ring.
Fitting broken or loose.
Retighten or replace the fitting.
Not enough pipe thread sealant
used.
Redo the fitting with the proper amount of
sealant.
No water comes out of the filter system
Low water flow/pressure out
of system
Water tastes bad.
Flush runs continuously.
Water leaks from Permeate
port.
Water leaks from system fitting or connection.
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Wiring Diagram
NOTE: ALL WIRES TO BE 16 GA. AWM-105°C
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.
14 GA. AWM-105°C
22 GA. AWM-105°C
BLK/WHT
BLK
POWER
CORD
W/24V XFORMER
WHT
TERMINAL
BLOCK
T2
CONTROL
BOARD
RED
BLK
SOLENOID
VALVE
T3
T4
16
BLK
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Replacement parts UFL-420/440 (continued)
Replacement Parts can be purchased from an authorized dealer. Contact
Antunes Filtration Technologies at 1-630-754-1000 or toll free in the
United States at 1-800-253-2991
1
28
3
6
4
17
5
13
2
7
10
14
15
22
9
21
16
19
25
20
28
8
23
12
24
5
26
4
NOTE: Item 12 is GREEN and rated
at 5 GPM for UFL-420 units. For UFL-440
units, it is BLACK and rated at 10 GPM.
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WARNING: Use only a 5 GPM Flow
Regulator with UFL-420 units and a
10 GPM Flow Regulator for UFL-440 units.
Use of the wrong Flow Regulator will void
the system warranty.
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Replacement Parts UFL-420/440
Replacement Parts can be purchased from an authorized dealer. Contact Antunes
Filtration Technologies at 1-630-754-1000 or toll free in the United States at 1-800-253-2991
Item
1 2
3
4
Part
No.
Description
Qty.
Item
Description
Qty.
Control Housing
Power Supply, 120 V (5-20P)
Power Supply, 230 V (CEE 7/7)
Power Supply, 220 V (HKH-01) China Only
19 4060355
Terminal Block, 3-Pole
20 306P101
Nut, Hex #6-32 **
21 308P143
Nut, Hex KEPS #8-32**
22 304P105
Nut, Hex KEPS #4-40 **
23 7000440
Timer, 24 VAC
24 7000359 Cover Gasket Kit
25 7000362 Control Housing Cover Kit
Incl. Items 23 and 25
26 1001116
Label, Timer
27 2190148
Plug, Pipe 1” NPT
28 2190147
Nipple, Hex 1” NPT
33* 2140153
Lubricant, High-vacuum grease
34* 0700636
Wire Set
35* 0700637
Wire Harness
36* 1001143
Label, Wiring Diagram
37* 1001133
Label, Inlet **
38* 1001135
Label, Drain **
39* 1001134
Label, Permeate **
40* 1010873 Owner’s Manual
1
1
1
1
16
17
2190150
Union Assembly 1” NPT 1
2190144
Nipple, Hex 3/4” NPT x 1 1/2” LG 1
2180181
Ring, Lock
2
7000442 End Cap Kit Incl. 1 of P/N 7000413, 1
1 of P/N 2180181, and
1 of P/N 2180228
5
7000413 O-ring Replacement Kit
1
Incl. 4 of PN 0200236, 2 of
PN 0200235, and 1 of PN 2140153
6
7000411 Cartridge Replacement Kit
1
UFL-420 Only (Includes O-ring
Replacement Kit P/N 7000413)
7000412 Cartridge Replacement Kit
1
UFL-440 Only (Includes O-ring
Replacement Kit P/N 7000413)
7
0504065 Clamp, 4” Filter
1
8
308P157
Screw, Tap #8-32 x 3/8” **
12
9
2180201
Housing, Filter UFL-420
1
2180202
Housing, Filter UFL-440
1
10 4040183
Solenoid Valve 24 VAC
1
NC 3/4” NPT 12 0021338
Flow Regulator Assembly ***
1
5 GPM - UFL-420 (Green)
0021337
Flow Regulator Assembly ***
1
10 GPM - UFL-440 (Black)
13 0504033
Bracket, Mounting
1
14 0400334
Strain Relief - Small
1
15 040P333
Nut, Lock **
1
Part
No.
0503983
0700665
0700666
0700682
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
* Not Shown
** Only available in packages of 10.
*** WARNING: Use only a 5 GPM Flow Regulator
with UFL-420 units and a 10 GPM Flow Regulator
for UFL-440 units. Use of the wrong Flow Regulator
will void the system warranty.
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NOTES
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Equipment manufactured by Antunes Filtration Technologies, a Division of A.J. Antunes & Co., has been constructed of the finest materials available and manufactured to highest quality standards. These units are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of on year from date of purchase under
normal use and service, and when installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations.* The ultra
filtration membrane cartridge is warranted under the same terms and conditions on a pro rated basis for 24
months form date of purchase.
*To ensure continued proper operation of the units, follow the maintenance procedure outlined in the Owner’s
Manual.
1. This warranty does not cover failures due to improper system installation, defects caused by improper storage or
handling prior to placing of the equipment into service.* This warranty does not include overtime charges or work
done by unauthorized service agencies or personnel. This warranty does not cover normal maintenance, calibration, or regular adjustments as specified in operating and maintenance instructions of this manual, and/or labor
involved in moving adjacent objects to gain access to the Equipment.
2. Antunes Filtration Technologies reserves the right to make changes in design or add any improvements on any
product. The right is always reserved to modify equipment because of factors beyond our control and government regulations. Changes to update equipment do not constitute a warranty charge.
3.If shipment is damaged in transit, the purchaser should make a claim directly upon the carrier. Careful inspection should be made of the shipment as soon as it arrives and visible damage should be noted upon the carrier’s documentation. Damage should be reported to the carrier. This damage is not covered under this warranty.
4.This warranty is exclusive and is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied,
including any implied warranty or merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, each of which is hereby expressly disclaimed. The remedies described above are
exclusive and in no event shall Antunes Filtration Technologies be liable for special
consequential or incidental damages for the breach or delay in performance of this warranty.
A.J. Antunes & Co.
Headquarters/Manufacturing
180 Kehoe Boulevard
Carol Stream, Illinois 60188 USA
Phone (630) 784-1000
Toll Free (800) 253-2991
Fax: (630) 784-1650
Antunes Equipment
Manufacturing (Suzhou) Ltd.,
9 Hou Ju Road, Building #24,
S&T Park, SND
Suzhou, Jiangsu, China 215011
Phone: 86-512-6841-3637
Fax: 86-512-6841-3907
www.ajantunes.com