User manual
PRESSURE PUMP
Greater production volume
DIRECT ACCES
Easy maintenance
CLICK
Secure fixed-locking connections
ENCAPSULATED
MEMBRANE
Minimum contact - maximum hygiene
ELECTRONIC ADAPTADOR
External, reliable, high yield transformer
INSERT
Secure tube connections
NSF CONNECTORS
Maximum security tubes and fittings.
HT FILTERS
Hygienic, easy to maintain
ZERO INSTALLATION
No need for installation, no water connections
ECO FRIENDLY
Efficient water use, recyclable filters
Plug & Play
Ready to connect
Please keep this manual, including service and guarantees
sections, to provide a reasonable after-sales service.
Content
1.PRESENTATION.............................................................4
2. INTRODUCTION............................................................4
2.1 What is natural osmosis and reverse osmosis?.........................5
2.2 How does the membrane work?...............................................6
2.3 Contaminants and other substances reduced by the reverse
osmosis membrane..................................................................7
2.4 Effect of the pressure and temperature in a reverse osmosis
system.....................................................................................8
2.5 Effect of TDS concentration in the inlet water..........................10
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS......................................10
4. PREVIOUS WARNINGS................................................11
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
Operating conditions..............................................................11
System installation..................................................................12
Set Up and maintenance........................................................13
Use of equipment...................................................................15
Recommendations for the correct use of Osmotic water........17
5. Operation of the equipment.......................................17
5.1 Operation description.............................................................17
5.2 User interface.........................................................................18
6. MAINTENANCE AND CONSUMABLES..........................21
7. SYSTEM COMPONENTS..............................................22
8. HOW TO CHANGE THE FILTERS?.................................23
9. TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................27
10. FILTER CHANGE AND MAINTENANCE RECORD.........28
11. NOTES......................................................................30
12. ZIP GUARANTEE CERTIFICATE..................................31
4 / 1. Presentation / User manual / ZIP
1. PRESENTATION
Thank you and congratulations on selecting the ZIP Water Purifier.
ZIP purifiers are among the best appliances you can find on the
market to improve water taste and quality.
With the water quality of our environment worsening, we have been
prompted to design and manufacture this compact, domestic RO
purifier to meet these challenges with the highest quality solutions.
Your ZIP purifier will provide you and your family many benefits and
advantages:
It’s imporant to carefully
read and keep this manual.
If you have any doubts
about the setting up, use
or maintenance of this
unit, please contact with
the Technical Service of
your distributor.
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ZIP is a physical system that does not use or add chemicals to the water.
Provides high quality water.
Ensures high production.
Low maintenance costs.
Compact innovative design and concept.
No installation or water connections.
No water waste. All water can be used.
• Saves time on set up and maintenance.
2. INTRODUCTION
With the ZIP purifier you will enjoy the improved taste of water
for drinking, coffee, juice and ice cubes and any other drinking
water use. RO water also enhances the flavour of food when
cooking. Enjoy healthier water for your whole family. The small
water produced has low mineralisation. This will help to prolong the
lifetime of different electrical appliances like your vapor iron, coffee
machines and so on.
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2.1 What is natural osmosis and reverse osmosis?
Natural or direct osmosis is common in nature, found in places
like the semi-permeable membranes which are part of the vast
majority of organisms (e.g. plant roots, our own body organs, cell
membranes, etc ...)
When two solutions of different concentrations of salts (TDS -Total
dissolved solids) are separated by a semi permeable membrane,
it naturally produces a flow of water from the less concentrated
solution to the higher concentrated solution. This flow continues
until the concentrations on both sides of the membrane are equal.
To overcome this tendency, and reverse the natural flow of the
system, (in order to obtain a flow of water from a higher salt
concentration solution to a lower salt concentration solution)
pressure is applied to the water on the side of the membrane
with the higher concentration. Pure water is collected from the
lower pressure side of the membrane and this process is what is
called reverse osmosis. Today, reverse osmosis is one of the best
methods for improving the characteristics of water by a physical
process (without using chemicals).
The human body contains different quantities of water:
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2.2 How does the membrane work?
Pressure is applied to the water on the inlet side of the semi
permeable membrane, so that part of it (RO water) will flow through
the pores of the membrane, while the rest of the water (water
rejected with high salt concentration) will be diverted back to the
supply pitcher to recycle and optimise performance.
Since the diameter of the pores of the membrane are less than
0.0001 microns, only water molecules and a small amount of
minerals (sodium, potassium, calcium, magnesium, etc.) will pass
through the membrane. Larger molecules will be “rejected” from
passing through the membrane.
REJECTION
Particle Filter
5 µm
Ultrafiltration
0,1 µm
Particle filter
1 µm
Reverse
Osmosis
0,0001 µm
MEMBRANE
Bacteria
Ø 0,2 µm
Contamination
Water inlet
Bacteria
Pressure on membrane
Chemical
Rejection Flow
Minerals
Membrane
Water
Purified water Flow
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Virus
Ø 0,004 µm
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2.3 Contaminants and other substances reduced
by reverse osmosis membrane.
The chemical composition and concentration of salts and other
substances in the inlet water will affect the water produced. The
reverse osmosis membrane of the ZIP Purifier is able to reduce the
concentration of elements and compounds listed in the following
tables, plus hundreds of others not listed.
INORGANICS
Element / Compound
SODIUM
CALCIUM
MAGNESIUM
ALUMINIUM
COPPER
NICKEL
ZINC
BARIUM
CARBONATES
CHLORIDE
BICARBONATES
NITRATES
PHOSPHATES
FLUORIDE
CYANIDE
SULFATES
BORON
ARSENIC
Reduction
90-95%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
93-98%
90-95%
90-95%
45-55%
93-98%
93-98%
90-95%
90-95%
40-45%
93-98%
ORGANICS
Element / Compound
TOTAL ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
GLUCOSE
ACETONA
ISOPROPANOL
ETHYL BENZENE
ETHYLPHENOL
TETRACHLOROETHYLENE
UREA
1,2,4 TRICHLOROBENZENE
1,1,1,TRICHLOROBENZENE
Reducción
98%
98-99%
70%
90%
71%
84%
68-80%
70%
96%
98%
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2.4 Effect of pressure and temperature in a RO system.
The percentage salt rejection of the membrane is normally more than
95%, but depending on the water quality, temperature and pressure,
the percentage may vary.
CONVERSION FACTORS
TEMPERATURE
Temperature (ºc)
6
8
10
12
14
16
18
20
22
25
28
30
32
34
CONVERSION FACTORS
About the production
0,38
0,45
0,52
0,59
0,66
0,70
0,77
0,85
0,88
1,00
1,09
1,16
1,23
1,30
FOR PRESSURE
Pressure (Bar)
0,70
1,00
1,50
1,75
2,50
4,00
4,50
4,90
5,20
5,80
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FACTOR CONVERSION
About production
0,17
0,25
0,33
0,42
0,58
1,00
1,08
1,17
1,25
1,42
Salt rejection (%)
84
88
90
92
93
95
95
95
95
95
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How to tell if the RO membrane needs replacement:
The condition of the membrane is assessed by testing the percent
TDS rejection:
90 - 95% > MAXIMUM QUALITY
80 - 90% > MEDIUM QUALITY
70 - 80% > LOW QUALITY
Using a TDS meter, compare the TDS of the inlet water to the pure
RO water, and obtain the percentage of TDS rejection.
(
% Rejection Rate =
)
TDS of inlet water-TDS of pure water
TDS of inlet water
x 100
If rejection goes below 70%, the membrane life has come to an
end.
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** The test has been done with
a 75 GPD membrane at 14ºC,
without
counter-pressure,
hardness of 15º HF and TDS
equilibrated with NaCl.
** The minimum pressure has
been calculated for a 9 l/h
production.
2.5 Effect of TDS concentration in the inlet water
Production rate will vary depending on the TDS content (Total
Dissolved Solids) and temperature of water to be treated. Water with
a lower temperature or higher TDS will be filtered slower than water
which is warmer or of a lower TDS.
It is recommended to use water with a maximum hardness of 25
grains in order to obtain optimum performance.
If the inlet water is of hardness greater than 25 ºHF, or contains high
concentrations of iron or manganese, or hyper chlorination, there may be
a reduction in one membrane life and performance of certain components
of the purifier.
ZIP is designed for TDS up to 800 ppm. For TDS above 800 ppm,
consult your dealer. (If the water being used is from a UK public
supply, it will comply with requirements for water to be used for the
ZIP purifier.)
PRESSURE CHART DEPENDING ON T.D.S.
MAXIMUM INLET T.D.S. *
MINIMUM INLE PRESSURE TO
MEMBRANE**
Up to 200 ppm
between 200 & 500 ppm
between 500 & 800 ppm
3,5 bar
3,8 bar
4,0 bar
3. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
*The flow can change +/- 20%.
The produced flow can change
depending on the salinity,
temperature and pressure of the
treated water. See 2.4 and 2.5 of
this manual.
**For salinities up to 800 ppm, you
can consult the pressures chart
insection 2 of this manual. For
salinities over thar 800 ppm ask
your distributor.
This characteristics can change
depending on the model, version
or manufacturing year.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS: (H x W x D): 415 x 250 x 380 mm.
WEIGHT: 33 lbs (15 Kg)
TEMPERATURE RANGE (max /min): 40ºC / 4ºC. (104ºF/ 40ºF)
INLET TDS (max): 800** ppm.
INLET HARDNESS (max): 25º HF
MEMBRANE: 1 x 1812 75 GPD.
MEMBRANE PRODUCTION: 200 LPD *
Softened water, 250 ppm. Temp.:25ºC. 15% recovery.
Membrane pressure: 3,4 bar (without counter-pressure).
PUMP: Booster.
ELECTRICAL OPERATION: 24Vdc. 24W
ELECTRICAL ADAPTOR: 100-240V. 50/60Hz. 24Vdc.
TREATED WATER RESERVOIR CAPACITY: 2 L
SUPPLY WATER PITCHER CAPACITY: 4 L
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MANUFACTURER:
Manufactured by PURICOM WATER IND. CORP. (Taiwan) for PURICOM
EUROPE.
Pol. Ind. L’Ametlla Park, c/ Aiguafreda, 8, 08480 L’Ametlla del Vallès,
Barcelona (Spain) T: +34 902 305 310, F: +34 936 934 329.
4. PREVIOUS WARNINGS
Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe,
of unknown quality, or without adequate disinfection
before or after the system. If the water being used is
from a UK public supply, it will comply with requirements
for water to be used for the ZIP purifier and your ZIP will
substantially improve the water quality
In the event that the water to be treated is not from a
public water supply, or is of unknown origin, in order to
ensure proper purification, contact your distributor to
advise you on the most appropriate physical, chemical
and bacteriological water treatment to use with your ZIP
system.
4.1 Operation conditions
Do not use water above 104°F (40 °C)
The ambient temperature must be between 40 and 114 °F (4 and
45 °C. )
Keep the system from extreme temperatures, like cooking surfaces,
direct sunlight, and extreme environmental conditions. Avoid external
dripping on the purifier.
If feed water has salinity higher than 800ppm please contact your
distributor.
Feed water hardness should be under 25ºHF to obtain a better performance.
If the feed water hardness is higher than 25ºHF, the membrane lifetime
and system performance may be reduced.
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If your feed water has:
- High Iron and Manganese concentrations.
- Frequent hyperchlorinations.
- Mud or turbidity over 3 NTU.
Some system components lifetime may be reduced.
4.2 System installation
If the installation needs to be modified to install the system all the
modifications and installation procedures must be made according to
local regulations.
• Remove purifier contents from box and place on a convenient counter top or table within three feet (1 metre) of an electrical outlet.
• Equipment must be operated on a leveled surface and not inclined.
• Plug the transformer wire into the power socket on the back of the
ZIP. Plug the electric cord into a wall socket.
1m
• Ensure you provide enough space for the RO unit, the accesories.
• The system must not be installed outdoors under any circumstances.
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• Avoid external leaks over the unit.
• Unit can’t be installed next to a heat source or any hot air stream.
4.3 Setup and maintenance
ZIP units need regular maintenance, in order to guarantee the
quality of produced water.
The unit must be sanitized
once per month and prior to
start- up
The consumable elements
must be chaged when indicated. See the maintenance
and consumables section.
• To sanitize the system put two tablets of OSMOBAC into the supply
pitcher. To buy Osmobac tablets contact your supplier.
• Fill the supply filter to the “Max” level marked on the front of the pitcher.
• Push the button. The light will flash and the equipment will start the
water treatment in the supply pitcher.
•
For cleaning the reservoirs
use a sponge and soap.
When the purifier is being used for the first time, the filters should be
rinsed by running the purifier for two cycles, and discarding the water.
After filtering two cycles, the pure water reservoir may be removed
from the purifier and washed with a soft cloth and soap and water.
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Pure Water Reservoir
Front button
Water dispenser
Supply pitcher
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4.4 Use of equipment
After completing a filter cycle, completely empty the supply pitcher,
and refill with fresh water before starting another cycle.
Empty
The water remaining in the supply pitcher after a filtration cycle
has a higher concentration of TDS, so starting a new cycle, by
adding fresh water to this remaining concentrate water will lower
system performance and can damage the RO membrane and
filters.
Push
Pure water
Water
• Water should not be stored in the purifier for extended periods of
time exceeding one week.
• If you plan to not use the purifier for more than one week, completely
empty the water supply pitcher and pure water reservoir, and
disconnect the power supply.
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Empty
• When you return, connect the system to the electrical supply, fill the
supply pitcher until the MAX level and push the button.
When this cycle has ended, discard all the water in both tanks and
repeat the process. After that, the system will be ready to produce
treated water again.
• If the purifier has not been used for more than one month, remove
and wash with soap and water both the supply pitcher and pure
water reservoir. Rinse the reservoirs and filter two cycles of water
to rinse the system.
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• Wash both reservoirs with a soft cloth and soap and water.
Pay special attention to the hygiene of the dispenser regularly and
especially at the time of the periodic maintenance.
Always use a clean cloth for cleaning the ZIP Unit.
4.5 Recommendations for the correct use of Osmotic water.
• The water provided by domestic osmosis equipment is of low mineralization. The minerals needed by the human body are contributed
mainly by food, especially dairy products and to a lesser extent by the
drinking water.
• You should not use aluminum utensils to cook with osmotized water
After a treatment cycle, water accumulated in the supply tank must
not be used for drinking water or cooking or in any application that
could be affected by using high salinity water
5. OPERATION OF THE EQUIPMENT
5.1 Operation description
Feed water enters into the system passing through the turbidity and
activated carbon filter. In this filtration stage all suspended materials,
chlorine and its derivates are retained.
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Filtered water is then pumped to the membrane, making the reverse
osmosis process possible.
Osmotized water, after going through a pH regulation cartridge is accumulated the treated water tank for usage. Reject water is returned
to the supply water tank, allowing it to be recirculated, optimizing the
system’s performance.
A complete treatment cycle will produce up to 2 litres of water (approx.) that will be accumulated in the treated water tank.
The ZIP is equipt with different control and security devices. In case
of any inadequate working parameters, the system will block automatically, even stopping production if necessary.
In this case, the system will remain blocked until the issue has been
resolved. Until then, only the accumulated water will be available.
5.2 User interface
The ZIP Purifier has a blue and orange colour coded LED electronic
control dial which integrates a time and security functions to
efficiently manage the filtering cycle and indicate any malfunctions
detected.
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The chart below shows the condition of the ZIP by colour coding.
VISUAL
INDICATION
LED
STATE
FUNCTION
BLUE
LED FIXED
POWER ON
BLUE
LED FLASHING
FILTERING
ORANGE
LED FIXED
ALARM
ORANGE
LED FLASHING
ALARM
MEANING
The system is in service and waiting
for a cycle.
The system is in service and treatment
is in process.
The supply pitcher is not mounted or
set in correctly.
The lower reservoir is empty or
there is insufficient water.
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STARTING A WATER TREATMENT CYCLE
In order to guarantee the
quality of the produced water, the unit needs regular
maintenance. The unit must
be sanitized regularly depending on the use and the water
comsumption .
CAUTION: Some components
of this unit, such as pre filter
and the RO Membrane are
consumables and have a limited duration.
To start a treatment cycle push the button and the light will flash.
The unit will work for 20 minutes or until the reservoir is empty.
PUSH
Gradually, as the membrane and filters become used, their filtration
capability will be reduced.
If, after pushing the button the unit stops before completing a full
cycle (2 liters of water to the pure water reservoir) this shows that
the filters are reaching their operating limits and should be replaced.
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6.MAINTENANCE AND CONSUMABLES
It’s very important to ensure that your system is kept clean, sanitary
and that the filters are regularly replaced using orginal ZIP filters, by
authorised dealers only.
Any kind of manipulation made to the system or any use of non
original replacements will cancel the guarantee.
Sediment
prefilter
Carbon
prefilter
RO
membrane
Post filter
pH regulator
Replacement filters lifetime will vary depending on system usage, water consumption, feed water quality and on specific aspects like extremely high turbidity, hyper-chlorinations, iron concentration and so on.
High concentrations of some water components (free chlorine, turbidity, hardness etc.) may reduce cartridge lifettime.
The replacement times of the cartridges and membranes are merely
indicative and should be taken as a guide. We recommend tha the
time frames for filter change should not exceed those indicated bellow.
Your ZIP systems distributor will provide you with replacement times
according to your feed water quality and estimated consumption.
RECOMMENDED SERVICING FREQUENCY
Sediment prefilter:
Carbon prefilter:
Ro membrane:
Post filter:
Sanitisation:
12 month maximum
12 month maximum
Every 2 years
in soft water < 15 ºF
12 month maximum
Every 6-12 months.
NOTE: The Membrane should be replaced if any special water parameter is over the
current local legislation for potable water.
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7. SYSTEM COMPONENTS
1
2
3
4
5
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1.Pure water reservoir cover.
2.Pure water reservoir.
3.Frontal button.
4.Dispenser.
5.Supply pitcher.
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8. HOW TO CHANGE THE FILTERS?
To change the prefilters proceed as follows.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Unplug the system.
Unscrew the two screws on the back of the purifier.
Remove the back cover.
Identify the filter to be changed. Rotate clockwise.
Once unscrewed, remove from the purifier.
Remove the new filter from packaging and insert into the
purifier by gently pushing upwards while rotating counterclockwise until seated in place.
7.
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To change the postfilter, proceed as follows..
8. Remove the back cover.
9. Pull the postfilter out to free it from the retaining clips.
10. Disconnect the tubes from the elbow connectors on both ends
of the postfilter. To do this, (1) remove the safety clip from under
the collet sleeves on the elbow connector. (2) Push the collet
sleeves in towards the elbow connector. (3) While holding the
collet sleeves in, pull the tube out of the elbow.
11. Unscrew the elbow connectors from the ends of the postfilter.
12. Remove a new post filter from its wrapping and screw the
elbow connectors into the ends of the new postfilter using PTFE
tape to avoid leaks.
13. Insert the tubes into the top and bottom elbow connectors
paying attention to the direction of flow indicated by the arrow
on the outside of the post filter, (top to bottom). Be sure to push
the tubes all the way in to the elbow untill they set at the back
of the elbow. Slide the collet sleeve out and replace the safety
clip under the collet sleeve.
14. Mount the postfilter back into the retaining clips and replace a
back cover.
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To change the membrane, proceed as follows.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove the back cover.
Remove the postfilter from the postfilter retaining clips and
remove the retaining clips from the RO cartridge.
Pull the RO membrane cartridge to remove it from the RO
cartridge retaining clips.
To remove the elbows from the RO cartridge, push the collet
sleeves into the elbow connector.
While holding the collet sleeves in, pull the elbow off the top of
the RO cartridge.
6.
In the same way, remove the two elbows from the bottom of the
7.
RO cartridge.
Remove the new RO cartridge from its packaging and remove
the protection caps from the top and bottom of the cartridge.
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8.
9.
Replace the elbow connectors to their corresponding spikes on
the RO cartridge.
Replace the membrane cartridge back into the retaining clips.
10. Connect the postfilter retaining clips back onto the RO cartridge,
and place postfilter into retaining clips.
11. Assembly back cover.
After any maintenance, please ensure absence of leaks in the system by means of a visual inspection while the system makes two
complete cycles.
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9. TROUBLESHOOTING
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
1. The faucet is dripping
Dispenser defective.
Call for service.
2. Leakage outside the
system
Several possible causes.
Call for service.
No water in the lower
reservoir.
Fill tank
No power.
Check power supply.
If problem not solved, call for
service.
Lower reservoir
misplaced.
Ensure that the lower reservoir
is positioned properly.
If problem not solved, call for
service.
Inner tube pinched.
Check and repair.
Feed water outside the
operating range.
Check feed water quality or call
Technical Services.
Filter elements have
exceeded their useful life
Replace filters or call technical
Service
Several possible causes
Call for technical service.
No water in the lower
reservoir.
Fill reservoir
No power.
Check power supply
Lower reservoir
misplaced.
Ensure that the lower reservoir
is positioned properly.
If problem not solved, call for
service.
3. Zero production
4. Production reduced
5. Taste and odour
6. System does not work
7. LED off
The transformer is
Make sure that the transformer
disconnected or defective. is properly attached.
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10. FILTER CHANGE AND MAINTENANCE RECORD
Purchase date _________________________________________
DATE
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ORDINARI
ORDINARI
ORDINARI
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Purchase date _________________________________________
DATE
SERVICE
MAINTENANCE
SIGNATURE
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Technical
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DECLARACIÓN
EC
DECLARATION
CE DE CONFORMIDAD
CERTIFICADOCERTIFICATE
GUARANTEE
DE GARANTÍA
FOR
SERIE
ZIP ELBA CLASSIC
SYSTEM GUARANTEE FOR THE END USER
The distributor guarantees its systems for two (2) years against any manufacturing defect.
The guarantee comprises the repair and replacement of defective parts by authorised
personnel from the Distributor or the Official Technical Service Assistance (TAS), in the
place of installation or their workshops. The guarantee includes the labour and shipment
costs that may arise.
PURICOM EUROPE shall not offer guarantee for parts suffering usual wear and tear, lack
of maintenance,
hits and other faults due to the improper use of the system outside specifications and
operating limitations indicated by the manufacturer. Likewise the guarantee will not be
valid in the event of misuse, or in those cases where it has been modified or repaired by
personnel that do not belong to the distributor or the official TAS. All the replaced parts
under guarantee shall remain the property of PURICOM EUROPE.
PURICOM EUROPE shall be held responsible for the lack of conformity when this refers to
the origin,
identity or compliance of the products, according to its nature and purpose. Taking into
account the technical specifications of the systems, it is essential, for the guarantee to be
valid, that the technical conditions of the installation and operation are fulfilled. Should
this conditions not be fulfilled, the guarantee would remain invalid, taking into account the
importance of the system’s use as well as the conditions and operating limitations in
which it must operate.
The distributor must guarantee that the installed system is appropriate for the
improvement of the quality of water that is going to be treated, according to the technical
specifications of the system and the regulations in force.
The distributor must guarantee the proper installation and start-up of the system,
according to the instructions provided by the manufacturer and the regulations in force.
Furthermore, it shall be held responsible for the lack of conformity due to an inaccurate
application, installation or start-up of the system.
For any claims under guarantee you are required to provide the receipt of purchase. The
term of the 2-year guarantee starts on the date of purchase of the system in your
distributor.
Should you suffer any problem with the system while it is under guarantee, contact your
distributor.
The system is installed and in operation as required by the client,
and for this to be officially recorded:
Input hardness of the RO [ºF]:
Input TDS of the RO [ppm]:
TDS of produced water (faucet) [ppm]:
CORRECT.
OTHERS:
The owner of the system has been properly and clearly informed
about the use, anipulation and maintenance of the system, in order
to guarantee a proper operation and the quality of produced water.
To such effect, a maintenance contract has been offered.
* Ref. of the maintenance contract:
ACCEPTS the maintenance contract.
DOES NOT ACCEPT the maintenance contract.
For further information, to report a breakdown or that the system is not
working properly, and to requedt maintenance or the assistance of a
technician, previously read the sections and how to operate the
system, and detection and solution of problems, in this manual and
COMPANY AND/OR AUTHORIZED INSTALLER:
Company and authorize installer, date and signature:
contact the distributor or company where the system was purchased.
S/O
P/N
S/N
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AQUATIERE
TEL: 01425 471221
www.aquatiere.co.uk
enquiries@aquatiere.co.uk
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