PuR100-7
Installation, Operation, Service Record and Warranty
#92673
Rev. 1/11
What Does the Water Quality Association (WQA) Gold Seal
Mean to a Consumer?
Safe drinking water is very important to you and your family. Many municipalities meets the minimum requirements to
provide drinking water, most do not meet the recommended health and safety goals set by governmental agencies nor
they have control over the decreasing water quality as it travel through all distribution systems and household plumbing.
Hence it is important to treat water at your household with the help of water treatment and filtration products. It is important
to know that the water treatment and filtration products “Do what they say they will” and the plumbing components that
touch your water “don’t introduce harmful contaminants.”
With so many products out in the market how can you know that which ones do the job safely and which ones don’t? You
need an easy to recognize trusted seal approval on the products that are safe to use and will perform as advertised. There
is a mark that tells you at a glance all you need to know “The Water Quality Association Gold Seal”. The Gold Seal on any
drinking water product is exactly what’s certified and this delivers cleaner and safer water.
Since 1959, the water quality association Gold Seal certification program has been testing and certifying products that filter
or touch the water you drink.
It guarantees two critical aspects of consumer safety, that the filtration and treatment products perform as expected and
the plumbing products at your home aren’t hazardous to water quality.
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INTRODUCTION
Thank you and congratulations on making a smart decision to invest in a WaterSTATION.
You have joined an elite group of water enthusiasts who demand only the best when it comes to their health and the health
of their family.
In order to fully enjoy your system, please read the users manual thoroughly before use and please use this manual for
future reference.
Since your satisfaction is our priority, feel free to contact our service experts should you have any questions. You may
reach us toll free at 1-866-874-2532.
We are proud of our product and we trust that our strict devotion to the highest quality assurance standards will provide
you with years and years of clearer, treated, great tasting water.
By now, you have probably already opened the box to survey the contents. Please take a few moments to review this
manual before proceeding with the installation and use of the system. Some important items to review are as follows:
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heck all components for any damage caused in shipment. Also, take a quick inventory of all items supplied
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to ensure none are missing. A checklist in the next section will assist you with identifying these items.
Ensure that the WaterSTATION and storage tank will easily fit into the desired location. This WaterSTATION
and tank needs to be removed for regular maintenance, so good accessibility is an important tip to keep in
mind.
Read all warnings contained within this manual.
The water produced by the ‘WaterSTATION’ can be used for many purposes around the home.
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rinking Water - keep container of WaterSTATION water in the fridge to be able to enjoy the cleaner,
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fresher taste. Alternatively, take it directly from the tap.
Ice Cubes - use WaterSTATION water to fill ice cube trays. Ice cubes made from WaterSTATION water are
typically clearer and better tasting than ice made from plain tap water.
Automatic Ice Makers - a water line from the WaterSTATION system can be plumbed to refrigerators with
automatic icemakers. Additional accessories required to complete this connection are not included. Please
consult the refrigerator’s owner’s manual on this installation.
Kettles and Coffee Makers - plain tap water eventually causes films and scale in these devices that is
difficult to clean. WaterSTATION water is very low in dissolved minerals content, greatly reducing the
chance of scale buildup.
Cooking - use WaterSTATION water for boiling pasta, rice or any other recipe that calls for water in the
instructions.
Washing Fresh Fruit & Vegetables - prevent tap water minerals from being deposited onto food to
maintain freshness.
Family Pets - Allow your dog or cat to enjoy the same purified water you do.
Irons. Steamers & Portable Humidifiers - prevent mineral buildup in household appliances that use water
and eventually build up with scale when using plain tap water.
Now you can relax and enjoy the benefits of great tasting water supplied by your WaterSTATION. Remember that good
quality water is important to maintaining a healthy lifestyle. You can also feel good about the money you have saved by
installing your own WaterSTATION instead of dealing with the expense and hassle of bottled water delivery and also the
impact of the water bottles to the environment.
Simply the best!
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Printed on
Recycled Paper
TABLE OF CONTENTS
System Safety Guidelines...................................................................................3
Supplied Item Checklist.......................................................................................4
Maintenance Requirement..................................................................................5
Installation Requirements....................................................................................6
Installation Steps.................................................................................................8
Activating the System........................................................................................17
Sanitization Procedures....................................................................................18
Parts List and Drawing for PuR100-7 WaterSTATION..................................... 20
WaterSTATION Flow Diagram..........................................................................22
Troubleshooting Guide......................................................................................23
Service Record and Warranty...........................................................................24
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Safety Guidelines
• Read all steps and guides carefully before installing and using your WaterSTATION. Follow all steps exactly to correctly
install.
• This system must be installed in accordance with applicable city, provincial, state and local plumbing codes.
• To ensure this system continues to operate at its optimum level, it is necessary to have a routine maintenance and
replacement schedule. Please check the filter replacement frequency in the system specification section and maintenance
section of this manual. Frequency at which filters must be changed will depend on quality of feed water supply and level
of system usage. The replacement of the water treatment components of this unit is critical to maintain the performance
of the system.
• This system should not be used where the water is microbiologically unsafe or with water of unknown quality without
adequate disinfection before and/or after the filter. Please refer to the conditions use section in this manual.
• To prevent personal injury, completely relieve the system pressure before replacing or installing filters and membrane.
• Do not place this system where it will be exposed to the freezing and/or direct sunlight. Please refer to conditions for use
section in this manual
NOTE: The Reverse Osmosis system contains a replaceable treatment component, critical for the effective reduction of
total dissolved solids, and that product water shall be tested periodically to verify that the system is performing properly.
WaterSTATION Item #: 940270
Model #: PuR100-7
SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
Item #
Stage
Filter / Type
Specification
Function
Capacity
92621
First Stage
(Pre Filter)
Sediment Filter
5 Micron Sediment Filter,
10" Length
Reduces suspended particles in water such as dirt or
sediment. Reduces the particles 8 times smaller than
what the naked eye can see.**
4,440 L
92622
Second Stage
(Pre Filter)
Granular Activated
Carbon Filter
10 Micron GAC Filter, 10" Length
Reduces chlorine from the water to protect TFC
membrane.**
9,250 L
92623
Third Stage
(Pre Filter)
Carbon Block Filter
10 Micron Carbon Block Filter,
10" Length
Reduces taste & odor from water.**
9,250 L
92624
Fourth Stage
(TFC Membrane)
TFC Membrane
100 TFC* GPD Membrane,
10" Length
Reduces TDS from water.**
37,000 L
92625
Fifth Stage
(Post Filter)
Inline Carbon Filter
10 Micron Carbon Filter,
10" Length
Reduces taste and odor from the water.**
5,550 L
92626
Sixth Stage
(Post Filter)
Inline Calcite Filter
Calcite Filter, 10" Length
Increase pH of water‡. Add minerals to improve the
flavour of water so it is not “flat tasting.” **
5,550 L
92627
Seventh Stage
(Post Filter)
Ceramic Filter
0.5 Micron Ceramic Filter,
10" Length
Reduces fine dirt particles from the water. This provides
an added particulate reduction to 0.5 micron.**
7,400 L
92657
Storage Tank
Plastic
3.8 Gallon / 14.4 L Storage Capacity
Storage for Product Water
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Membrane Production Rate: 100GPD. Nominal product water ratings are based on the following
conditions: Supply TDS of 250 ppm conditioned tap water, 50 psi, 77º F, pH 8 and 15% recovery with
outlet to atmosphere
TDS Rejection Rate: 99%. Rejection percentages are dependent on the supply conditions and the
substance being measured
This system is not intended to be used for the treatment of water that is microbiologically unsafe or of
unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after the system.
Disclaimer: The performance of a reverse osmosis membrane is highly dependent upon pressure,
temperature and TDS. The actual volume of product water and rejection percentage will vary with
differences and the test conditions that membrane ratings are based upon.
‡ The processed water from TFC membrane has low pH and is aggressive and tends to dissolve
substances with which it is in contact.
* TFC refers to reverse osmosis membrane constructed from a THIN FILM COMPOSITE ** Claims not tested or certified by WQA
Pressure Regulator is recommended for feed water pressures exceeding 100 psi.
CONDITIONS FOR USE
Source Water Supply Profile
Community / Private
Chlorinated / Non-Chlorinated
PH Range
Maximum TDS Level
Turbidity
Maximum SDI
Pressure
Temperature
Chemical Parameters
Hardness (CaCO3)
Max mg/L
< 350 (20 gpg)
3.0 - 11.0
Iron (Fe)
< 0.1
< 2000 ppm
Manganese (Mn)
< 0.05
< 1.0 NTU
< 4.0
50 - 100 psi ††
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)
Residual Chlorine (Cl2)
0.00
< 2.0
NTU - Nephelometric Turbidity Unit
SDI - Silt Density Index
4 - 38º C
†† Booster Pump is required if the inlet pressure of the water is below 50 psi.
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SUPPLIED ITEM CHECKLIST
Out of the box, your new WaterSTATION should be supplied with the following items. If any items appear to be missing,
contact your dealer. Please check all components for any damage that may have been caused by shipping.
1
WaterSTATION Module
2
Shroud
3
Storage Tank
4
First Stage Sediment Filter
5
Second Stage GAC Carbon Filter
6
Third Stage Carbon Block Filter
7
Fourth Stage TFC Membrane
8
Seventh Stage Ceramic Filter
9
Air Gap Faucet
10
Drain Saddle Valve (Quick Connect)
11
Inlet Saddle Valve (Quick Connect)
4
12
Module Sump Wrench
13
Membrane Housing Cap Wrench
14
Ceramic Filter Housing Wrench
15
Faucet Adapter Fitting
16
Tank Valve (including plastic nut and tube insert)
17
Screw for Wall Mounting of WaterSTATION Module (2)
18
Screw to attach Shroud to WaterSTATION Module (2)
19
Tubing (3/8” White (18 FT), 1/4" White (12 FT)
20
Inline 1/4” Safety Shut-off Ball Valve (Quick Connect)
MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS
Service Requirements - To insure the system operates at its optimum level, certain routine maintenance must be
performed. Frequency of maintenance performance will depend on feed water quality and level of system usage.
CLEAN: Each time filters are replaced
SANITIZE: At least once a year and each time membrane is replaced
Recommended Service Intervals - Replace filters as required or based on capacity listed on page 3 depending on feed
water quality. Replace membrane as required based on periodic TDS rejection tests.
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Installation RequirementS
TOOLS
The following tools may be necessary, depending on each particular installation:
• 3/8” variable speed electric drill: 1/8”
& 1/2” bits
• 1-1/4” porcelain hole cutter (if hole
for second faucet is not provided)
• Center punch and hammer
• 1-1/4” wood bit
• Concrete drill bits
• Phillips head and flat blade
screwdrivers
• Adjustable wrench
•
•
•
•
•
Crescent wrench
Teflon tape
Plastic tube cutter
Air pressure gauge (low pressure)
Air pump (hand)
SYSTEM LOCATION
Your WaterSTATION may be installed under a sink, in a basement or other location, depending on available space. Do
not install unit where temperatures fall below freezing; otherwise, damage will result. Connection to an icemaker should
also be considered for optimum performance.*
* It is recommended to install an icemaker to a maximum of 30 to 40 feet from the system with a 3/8” tubing.
Guidelines for component placement are as follows:
• Faucet should be placed near the sink where drinking/cooking water is normally required. A 2” flat surface is required to
mount the faucet if an existing hole for a second faucet is not available. The thickness of the mounting thickness should
not exceed 1-1/4”.
• Storage tank may be placed where it is convenient, within ten feet of the faucet. Under the sink or in a nearby cabinet
are excellent choices. If tank is located further than ten feet from the faucet, use 1/2’ tubing to reduce pressure drop.
Full tanks may weight more than thirty pounds, so a sturdy shelf is required.
• WaterSTATION unit may be mounted on either side of the sink, in a cabinet or heated basement with nearby access to
a potable, cold water line. Feed water connection is accomplished with a self-piercing feed water saddle valve. Locate
this assembly as close to the WaterSTATION unit as possible. Connect to a potable, cold water supply line only.
Note: Conditioned water is preferred since it will extend the life of your TFC membrane.
• Drain connection is accomplished using a waste water saddle valve which is designed to fit around a standard 1-1/2”
OD drain pipe. The drain saddle valve should always be installed above (before) the trap and on the vertical or
horizontal tailpiece.
• Do not install the drain saddle valve near a garbage disposal; otherwise, plugging of the waste water line may occur. If
discharging into a utility sink or standpipe, an air gap must be provided (Air gaps must be 1” or greater above the floor
rim). The air gap in this system is built in the faucet. Please refer to the diagram below.
Note: Plumbing codes may require the use air gaps. Please check with your local municipality.
• Do not connect the WaterSTATION drain line to the dishwasher drain line due to the fact back pressures my cause the
air gap to overflow.
SITE PREPARATION
Installing dealers may want to speak with customers
in advance and ask them to clean under the sink to
save time. If a basement installation is advisable,
check area to determine if extra fittings or hosing
are required. Upon arrival, it is a good idea to
check the condition of all plumbing for potential
leaks and advise customer so there will be no
misunderstandings in the event leaks occur.
Drain Line from
Air Gap
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Installation RequirementS CONT’D
Other Components Function
Bracket to Mount the WaterSTATION Module on the wall or inside the under sink cabinet
Automatic Shut-Off Valve sense when the storage tank is full and closes the water supply to conserve water
Faucet to dispense product water when needed
Inlet Saddle Valve is connected to the cold water line to supply water to the WaterSTATION system
Drain Saddle Valve is connected to the drain to remove reject water from the WaterSTATION system
Tubing supplies feed and reject water
Shroud to cover the WaterSTATION module from the top
Module Sump Wrench to remove the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Stage Sump Conveniently when replacing or installing Pre-Filters
Membrane Housing Cap Wrench to remove the cap easily when replacing and installing TFC Membrane
Ceramic Filter Housing Wrench to remove the cap easily when replacing and installing the Ceramic Filter
Faucet Adapter Fitting to be installed in the faucet for easy connection to WaterSTATION Module
Tank Valve to be installed on the Storage Tank for connection to the WaterSTATION Module
INTER-COMPONENT CONNECTIONS
INTER-COMPONENT CONNECTIONS
Connections between cold water supply line, WaterSTATION Module, storage tank, product water faucet, and drain line
Connections between cold water supply line, RO Module, storage tank, product water faucet, and drain line are accomplished
are accomplished using plastic tubing and push-together quick-connect type fittings.
using plastic tubing and push-together quick-connect type fittings.
PLASTIC TUBING
PLASTIC TUBING
1. Cut
Cut
tube
ends
squareand
andstraight.
straight.DoDo
deform
1. tube
ends
square
notnot
deform
tube
tube
(i.e.,
cause
tube
to
compress
its
diameter
(i.e., cause tube to compress its diameter so it isso
noit
is no longer round).
longer round).
2.
ake
sure
outer
surface
2. M
Make
sure
outer
surfaceofoftube
tubeisisclear
clearofofmarks
marksoror
scratches
forfor
aa
length
scratches
lengthequal
equaltototwice
twicetube
tubediameter.
diameter.This
allows
“O” ring"O"
to ring
seattoproperly
againstagainst
tube. tube.
This allows
seat properly
3. A
void sharp changes in direction when routing tubing.
3. Sharp
Avoidturns
sharp
changes
in to
direction
when
routing
cause
tubing
flex and
deform,
which
tubing.
Sharp
turns
cause
tubing
to
flex
and
deform,
reduces its flow capacity and may increase lateral
stress
which
reduces
its
flow
capacity
and
may
increase
on the fittings, causing leakage.
lateral stress on the fittings, causing leakage.
A. Push tube through Collet into Body.
Figure 2:
QUICK-CONNECT FITTINGS
QUICK-CONNECT FITTINGS
Fittings
consist
of two
parts:
a Body
a colored
collet
Fittings
consist
of two
parts:
a Body
andand
a colored
collet
and
symbol.
Collet
color
and
symbol
corresponds
to
and symbol. Collet color and symbol corresponds to tubing
tubing to be used at that connection (Figure 2.A.).
to be used at that connection (Figure 2.A.).
1. T1.
o install
a tube,
pushpush
it through
Collet
untiluntil
it seats
To install
a tube,
it through
Collet
it seats
firmlyfirmly
at bottom
of fitting
(Figure
2.A and
2.B.).
at bottom
of fitting
(Figure
2.A and
2.B.).
2. To remove a tube, push and hold Collet against Body
2. To
remove
a tube,
push and
hold Collet against
while
pulling
tube
out (Figure
2.C.).
Body while pulling tube out (Figure 2.C.).
B. Tube must seat firmly at bottom of
fitting.
How to Use Quick-Connect Fittings
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C. Push Collet against Body to release
tube.
Installation STEPS
INLET SADDLE VALVE INSTALLATION ON COPPER TUBE
CAUTION: This inlet saddle valve is not designed for installation on flex line tubing.
1. C
AUTION: If no shut off valve is installed under sink,
close main water valve during this Installation. Locate
shut off valves on water lines under sink. To identify
hot supply pipe and cold supply pipe, turn both faucets
on and let water run. As water flows, hot water pipe
becomes noticeably warmer.
4. Connect source water feed tubing to valve body using
compression fitting.
2. CAUTION: Do not install feed water assembly on hot
water line.
Turn off cold water supply by closing shut off valve.
Drain line by opening sink faucet. Some mixing type
faucets may require hot water supply be shut off as well.
a. Slide nut and sleeve onto tubing (in that order).
b. Install insert into plastic tubing.
c. Install tube with insert and sleeve into valve body.
d. Thread compression nut onto valve body, tighten.
5. Turn saddle-tapping valve handle clockwise until it is
firmly seated and piercing lance is fully extended.
6. CAUTION: Supply line is pierced and valve is closed.
Do not open valve until system is activated. Turn on cold
water supply. Check saddle-tapping valve installation for
leaks. Allow water to run from faucet for a few minutes
to clear any debris in the line caused by installation.
NOTE: All instructions refer to components shown in
Figure 3 unless otherwise noted.
3. C
AUTION: Do not turn valve handle before or while
installing saddle-tapping valve. Make sure piercing lance
does not protrude beyond rubber gasket before installing
valve.
Assemble saddle-tapping valve assembly on tube.
NOTE: If flow from sink faucet is reduced, clean faucet
aerator.
existing 1/2” copper tubing
household cold water line
larger radius
a. Hold back plate against tube.
• 3/8” copper tubing use back plate smaller radius.
smaller radius
tightening
screw
valve handle
• 1/2” copper tubing, use back plate larger radius
stem seal nut
b. H
old valve saddle against tubing in a position directly
opposite back plate.
reversible
back plate
c. T
ighten screw enough so valve saddle and back plate
are held securely against tube.
valve body
1/4” quick connection
tubing to module
(1/4” WHITE tubing)
d. R
otate assembly so tubing connection is aligned
toward WaterSTATION Module feed port.
Figure 3: Inlet Saddle Valve Assembly Installed on 1/2”
Copper Tubing
e. Tighten screw firmly. Do not crush tube.
7. T
rim ¼” white tube to desired length. Install ¼”
white tube into ¼” white collet as shown in the intercomponent connection.
ADDITIONAL POINT OF USE CONNECTION
NOTE: Icemakers typically use 1/4” tubing as feed line. Use a reducing union for this connection.
NOTE: Reduce the 3/8” Line to 1/4” as close as possible to the additional point-of use device to minimize flow loss.
1. T
o connect an additional point of use (icemaker, extra
faucet in wet bar and/or another use for treated water),
place a “tee” connector in 3/8” white line between faucet
and WaterSTATION Module.
2. Connect “tee” to point-of-use with 3/8” white tubing.
Connect tubing to point-of-use. Connector requirements
are based on type of delivery device i.e., a typical
icemaker uses 3/8” x 1/4” reducing device.
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DRAIN SADDLE VALVE INSTALLATION
Prior to proceeding it is important to inspect the condition of drain pipes to make sure they are not thin and frail.
Drain saddle valves are designed to be installed on standard 1-1/2” OD drain pipe. Install drain saddle valve above
(and before) the trap and on the vertical or horizontal tailpiece. Never install a drain saddle valve close to the outlet of a
garbage disposal or plugging of the WaterSTATION drain line may result.
Procedures
1. Position threaded half of drain saddle valve at selected
location and mark for the opening.
DRAIN PIPE
(1-1/2” TO 2-1/2”)
3/8” DRILLED HOLE
DRAIN CLAMP
FRONT FLARE
2. Drill 3/8’ hole at mark through one side of pipe.
3. P
osition both halves of drain saddle on drain pipe so
threaded opening lines with hole.
4. S
ecure drain saddle clamp on valve with bolts and nuts
provided. (Do not over tighten and make sure there is
equal space between saddle halves on each side.)
3/8” WHITE DRAIN
LINE TUBE
1/4” SCREW
1/4” NUT
STORAGE TANK INSTALLATION
1. H
and-tighten the ball valve onto the WaterSTATION storage tank.
CAUTION: Do not over-tighten ball valve as this may strip threads or compromise the “O” ring seal.
2. Slide compression nut over 3/8” white tubing.
3. a. Make sure to install the “INSERT” in the 3/8” white tubing before tightening the nut of the ball valve.
b. Push 3/8” white tubing into the ball valve as far as possible.
4. While holding the 3/8” white tubing in the ball valve, hand-tighten the compression nut onto the ball valve.
5. Connect 3/8” white tubing to the tee fitting on the WaterSTATION.
NOTE: With the storage tank empty, ensure the air-cell pre-charge (7 psi) is set to manufacturers instructions marked
on tank. Use a hand power air pump to top up if necessary.
WARNING: N
ever use an air compressor to fill air cell of the WaterSTATION storage tank.
Never tamper with the air valve located at the bottom of the tank.
Ball Valve
Tank
Threads
IMPORTANT
“Insert”
Compression Nut
White
3/8”
Tubing
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PRODUCT WATER FAUCET SITE PREPARATION
Refer to Faucet Installation Instructions (Page 6) for site location and mounting hole specifications.
Installation STEPS CONT’D
Primary considerations for site selection are convenience of use and an open area under sink. An existing 7/8”
Sink Hole will also accommodate metal faucets with air-gap connections. Always check underside of selected
PRODUCT WATER FAUCET SITE PREPARATION
location for obstructions.
Primary considerations for site selection are convenience of use and an open area under sink. An existing 7/8” sink
hole will also accommodate metal faucets with air-gap connections. Always check
undersideSTEEL
of selected
STAINLESS
SINKlocation for
PORCELAIN/ENAMEL OVER STEEL
obstructions.
OR CAST IRON SINKS
1. Use a center punch to make a small indentation to
STAINLESS STEEL SINK
PORCELAIN/ENAMEL OVER STEEL OR CAST IRON
mark center of desired location.
SINKS
1. U
se
a center punch to make a small indentation to mark
1. CAUTION: A heavy duty, variable speed drill motor
2.
Drill
a pilot
holelocation.
with a 1/8" metal drill bit, then enlarge
center
of
desired
1. with
CAUTION:
A
heavy
duty,
variable
speed
drill
motor
with
a spring-loaded porcelain drill set (Figure 6) is
hole
with
a
9/16"
bit. drill bit, then enlarge
a
spring-loaded
porcelain
drill
set
(Figure
6)
is
strongly
strongly recommended for this procedure.
2. Drill a pilot hole withmetal
a 1/8”drill
metal
recommended for this procedure.
hole with a 9/16” metal drill bit.
CAUTION: The plastic sleeve supplied on pilot drill
3. Complete hole size by using a 1 1/4" chassis punch.
CAUTION:
The
plastic
sleeve
supplied
on
pilot
drill
(Figure 6.A) is to be positioned on drill bit against drill
3. Complete hole size by using a 7/8” chassis punch.
(FigureThis
6.A)prevents
is to be positioned
drill bit against drill
chuck.
chuck fromon
contacting
Installation
hole
is ready,
install
faucet.
4.4.Installation
hole
is ready,
install
faucet.
porcelain
after
pilot hole
has been
completed.porcelain
chuck. This
prevents
chuck
from contacting
after pilot
hole has
completed.
NOTE:
Practice
on been
discarded
sinks to familiarize
A. PILOT DRILL
yourself
with operation
of porcelain
kit.
NOTE: Practice
on discarded
sinkscutter
to familiarize
yourself with operation of porcelain cutter kit.
Using carbide tipped bit with plastic sleeve (Figure
Using carbide tipped bit with plastic sleeve (Figure 6.A.),
6.A.), drill pilot hole completely through porcelain and
drill pilot
hole completely through porcelain and metal
metal
underneath.
underneath.
2. 2. CAUTION:
CAUTION: Avoid high
high motor
motor R.P.M.
R.P.M. during
during initial
initial
penetration
of
porcelain,
as
high
drill
speed
will
penetration of porcelain, as high drill speed willcause
cause
excessive
excessivechipping.
chipping.
Place
Placespring-loaded
spring-loadedporcelain
porcelainsaw
saw(Figure
(Figure6.B.)
6.B.)into
into drill
drill
chuck.
Make
sure
pilot
guide
is
inserted
tightly.
chuck. Make sure pilot guide is inserted tightly.
Insert
Insert
pilot guide
into hole.
pilot hole.
on
B. SPRING LOADED PORCELAIN SAW
pilot guide
into pilot
Push Push
down down
gentlygently
on drill
drill motor to apply light pressure to porcelain surface.
motor to apply light pressure to porcelain surface. Start
Start drill motor turning as slowly as possible.
drill motor turning as slowly as possible.
After
Afterinitial
initialcut
cuthas
hasstarted,
started,motor
motorspeed
speedmay
maybebe
gradually
increased.
The
cut
may
require
gradually increased. The cut may requirethree
threetoto
four
minutes
to
complete.
Going
faster
could
four minutes to complete. Going faster couldresult
resultinin
excessive
chipping.
Be
sure
a
complete
ring
has
excessive chipping. Be sure a complete ring has been
been cut through porcelain to material underneath.
cut through porcelain to material underneath.
Placefinish
finishhole
holesaw
saw(Figure
(Figure6.C.)
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tightly.
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and
light pressure
until porcelain
(inside
cut 2)
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pressure
until porcelain
(inside ring
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5. Installation hole is ready, install faucet.
5. Installation hole is ready, install faucet.
TILE COUNTERTILE
TOPCOUNTER TOP
1. F
ollow procedures detailed in section labeled “Porcelain/
1. Follow
procedures
detailed
in section
labeled
Enamel
Over Steel”
(substitute
“tile” for
“Porcelain” in
"Porcelain/Enamel Over Steel" (substitute "tile" for
instructions).
"Porcelain" in instructions).
Figure 6
10
PRODUCT WATER FAUCET INSTALLATION
New Faucet Installation
Refer to Faucet Site Preparation, selection on the previous
page.
Replacement Faucet Installation
Verify size of existing hole is 7/8”.
1.Refer to faucet installation diagram shown here.
2.a. Install 3/8” white tubing from Installation Kit onto
larger hose barb (3/8” barb).
b. Install 1/4” white tubing onto smaller hose barb (1/4”
barb).
Faucet
3.a. Insert the 3/8” white tube into the mounting hole.
b. Insert the 1/4” white tubing into the mounting hole.
1/4” Barb
4.Lower faucet into mounting hole and place
Air Gap
faucet over hole.
Window
5.Install split washer, spacer, faucet washer, and nut onto 3/8” Barb
faucet nipple below sink and snug them up. Be sure
O-ring
to properly align faucet before tightening. Do not over
tighten.
1/4” White Tubing from
WaterSTATION Module
3/8” White Tubing
to Drain Saddle Valve
Escutcheon
Counter Top
6.Install faucet connector. Apply food grade teflon tape,
packaged with faucet, onto faucet nipple. Install 3/8”
white tube into faucet connector.
7/8” Mounting Hole
Split Washer
7.Trim 3/8” white tube to desired length. Install 3/8” white
tube into WaterSTATION module.
Spacer
8.CAUTION: White 3/8” tube connecting product water faucet to drain saddle must run vertically (or as closely
as possible) with no sharp bends or loops.
Lockwasher
Locking Nut
Faucet Adapter
REMEMBER:
Connect air gap of faucet as follows:
a. Connect 1/4” white tubing from the WaterSTATION
module to the 1/4” barb of the air gap.
b. Connect 3/8” white tubing from the drain saddle valve
to the 3/8” barb of the air gap.
3/8” White Faucet Tubing
Connected
to WaterSTATION
Module
Connected
to RO
Module
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Installation STEPS CONT’D
INSTALLATION OF WaterSTATION MODULE
INSTALLATION OF FILTERS
1.Unscrew sumps 1, 2 and 3 from the WaterSTATION module with the help
of the wrench provided in the installation kit. Install sediment filter in sump
1, granular activated carbon filter in sump 2 and carbon block filter in
sump 3.
Sump #3
Carbon Block Filter
(Part #92623)
INSTALLATION OF TFC MEMBRANE
Sump #2
GAC Carbon Filter
(Part #92622)
Sump #1
Sediment Filter
(Part #92621)
1.Disconnect the hose on the end of the membrane housing end cap.
2.Unscrew the end cap of the TFC membrane housing with the help of the wrench provided. Slide the wrench from the
left-hand side onto the cap.
3.Hold the membrane upside down, cut the plastic bag at the bottom.
4.The bottom tip of the membrane must sit firmly in the protruding female socket inside the membrane housing.
5.Without touching the membrane, slide it into the membrane housing and discard the plastic bag. With your thumb or
the palm of your hand, push the membrane all the way into the housing.
Important: Do not force, and ensure that the membrane is not protruding from the housing.
6.Replace the membrane housing end cap and do not over tighten.
7.Push the tubing back in the quick connect fitting. Ensure the tubings are all the way in.
TFC
Membrane
Membrane
Housing Cap
Disconnect
the hose
Cut the bag of the TFC
membrane at the bottom
Connect
the tubing
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CONNECTING COMPONENTS
NOTE: ALL THE TUBING FROM THE WATERSTATION MODULE NEEDS TO BE ROUTED THROUGH THE HOLES
LOCATED ON THE BRACKET SO THAT THE SHROUD INSTALLATION BECOMES EASIER AT THE LAST STEP.
Locate the following sticker on the WaterSTATION Module. The following section will help you identify them. “TO
WATER INLET”, “TO TANK”, “TO FAUCET” & “TO DRAIN”
1.Connect the ¼” white tubing from the inlet saddle valve to the 90 degree elbow of sump 1 of the WaterSTATION
Module. Cut the tube if required. The location of this connection is marked by “TO WATER INLET” sticker in the
WaterSTATION Module. Route the white tubing through any of the holes located at the WaterSTATION bracket.
“To Water Inlet” Sticker
1/4”
White
Tubing
Sump #1
Sump #1
2.Connect the 3/8” white tubing from the storage tank to the WaterSTATION Module. The location of this connection
is market by “TO TANK” sticker on the Tee of the WaterSTATION Module. Cut the tube if required. Route this white
tubing through the hole located at the WaterSTATION bracket as shown below.
3/8” Quick Connect Elbow
Membrane
Housing
Cap
“To Tank” Sticker
3/8” White Tubing
from Storage Tank
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3/8” white
tubing to
storage
tank routed
through the
hole of the
bracket
Installation STEPS CONT’D
CONNECTING COMPONENTS CONT’D
3.Connect the 3/8” white tubing from the air gap faucet to the WaterSTATION Module. The location of this connection is
marked by “TO FAUCET” sticker on the ceramic housing cap. Cut the tube if required. Route this white tubing through
the hole located at the WaterSTATION bracket as shown below.
3/8” White
Tubing to
Faucet
Ceramic Filter
Housing
“To Faucet”
Sticker
3/8” white tubing to faucet routed through the hole of
the bracket
4.Connect the 1/4” white tubing from the air gap barb of the faucet to the WaterSTATION Module. The location of this
connection is market by “TO DRAIN” sticker on the flow restrictor. Cut the tube if required. Route this white tubing
through the hole located at the WaterSTATION bracket as shown below.
Flow
Restrictor
Flow
Restrictor
1/4” white tubing from air
gap hose of the faucet
To Drain Sticker
1/4” drain line white tubing to the air
gap (1/4” barb) of the faucet routed
through the hole in the bracket
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Drain flush valve - A drain flush valve has been installed in the WaterSTATION system for the cleaning of TFC
membrane
For water usage, keep the drain flush valve closed. For cleaning purposes, open the drain flush valve based on the
frequency determined by the feed water quality and recommended by the maintenance service personnel
WARNING: Keep the drain flush valve closed at all the times and open it only when the TFC Membrane cleaning
is required.
Drain Flush Valve CLOSED for potable water use
Drain Flush Valve OPEN for TFC membrane cleaning
NOTE: Before installing the ceramic filter, the drain flush valve needs to be open with inlet water ON and the
TFC membrane needs to be flushed for 15 minutes. This will remove fines from the pre-membrane carbon filter.
FLUSHING THE POST CARBON FILTER (NO CERAMIC OR Calcite FILTERS INSTALLED)
1. Close the drain flush valve and let the storage tank fill with water.
2. Close the shut off valve of the storage tank.
3. R
emove the outlet connection from the post-carbon filter and discard one storage tank water by turning on the storage
tank’s shut-off valve.
4. Re-connect the tubing to the post-carbon filter.
Calcite Filter
Remove
tubing as
shown
Postcarbon
Filter
Post-carbon Filter
Discard one storage
tank of water.
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INSTALLATION OF CERAMIC CARTRIDGE
Before installing the ceramic cartridge, the WaterSTATION system needs to be flushed with water in order to get rid of
carbon fines from post-membrane carbon filter. Discard one storage tank of water before calcite filter. Depending on
pressure of inlet water, the system needs to be flushed for 24 hours (with calcite filter installed). Discard two tanks of
storage tank water.
INSTALLATION OF CERAMIC CARTRIDGE
1.Unscrew the end cap of the ceramic housing with the help of the wrench
provided.
2.Unpack the ceramic filter and handle it very gently.
WARNING – the ceramic filter is very fragile and requires gentle
handling
3.Install the O-ring provided with the ceramic cartridge on to the thread of
the ceramic cartridge
4.Screw the ceramic filter on to the threads of the ceramic housing cap.
5.Install the ceramic housing cap with the help of the wrench provided. Do
not over tighten.
Ceramic
Housing
Cap
O-ring
(comes with
ceramic filter)
Ceramic
Filter
Flush the WaterSTATION system for one hour and allow the system to stand unused for a further 24 hours. Then
flush the system for 10 minutes.
Installation of Shroud
1. Install the shroud over the top of the Water STATION module. Put two screws supplied at the bottom of the shroud.
Screws are to
be installed at
the bottom of
the bracket.
Attach the manual to the bracket for future reference.
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FLUSHING INSTRUCTIONS
Flush Type
Required for
Procedure
Time
Pre-Carbon Filter Flush
Flush carbon fines from pre-carbon filters
Drain Flush Valve ON and NO
Ceramic Filter Installed.
15 Minutes
Pre-Carbon (without
Calcite Filter) Flush
Flush carbon fines from post-carbon filter
Drain Flush Valve OFF and
NO Ceramic or Calcite Filter
Installed. Tank Valve Open.
Discard one tank of
storage water
Post-Carbon Filter Flush
Flush carbon fines from post-carbon filters
Drain Flush Valve OFF and NO
Ceramic Filter Installed. Tank
Valve Closed.
24 Hours
Post-Carbon Filter Flush
& Calcite Filter Flush
Flush carbon fines from post-carbon filters
Drain Flush Valve OFF and NO
Ceramic Filter Installed. Tank
Valve Open.
Discard two tanks
of storage water
Ceramic Filter Flush
Flush Ceramic Filter
Drain Flush Valve OFF,
Ceramic Filter Installed.
1 Hour
No Flush-Idle
Idle Time for Ceramic Filter
Do Not Use the Unit, Inlet
Water Supply should be OFF.
24 Hours Idle Time
Fine Flush
Flush extra fines from Carbon and Ceramic Filter
Drain Flush Valve OFF,
Ceramic Filter Installed.
10 Minutes
ACTIVATING THE SYSTEM
Before activating the WaterSTATION system, make sure that the following steps are performed:
1. 15 minutes of TFC membrane flushing (with drain flush valve ON).
2. Discard one storage tank of water (with drain flush valve off, tank valve open) and no ceramic and calcite filters
installed.
3. 24 hours of TFC membrane flushing (with drain flush valve OFF and ceramic filter not installed).
4. Discard two tanks of storage tank water (with drain flush valve off and ceramic filter not installed).
5. 1 hour of TFC membrane flushing with ceramic filter installed.
6. Let the system stand unused for 24 hours.
7. Flush the system for 10 minutes.
CAUTION:Make sure all water supply lines, drain lines, and fittings are secure and free from leakage.
1.Open source water supply valve. Close product water faucet. Check for leakage.
2.Turn tank valve one-quarter turn counter- clockwise to open valve (handle should be in line with tubing as it enters
connection).
3.Confirm system is producing water. Module will be sending rinse water to drain.
4.Open product water faucet and let water flow until all air has been expelled from system.
5.Close product water faucet. In 30 minutes, check connections for leaks and correct if necessary.
Icemaker/Extra point of use: Check connections on these supply lines for leaks.
6.Allow storage tank to fill overnight.
7.WARNING:DO NOT USE THE FIRST TWO FULL STORAGE TANKS OF WATER. THE FIRST FEW GALLONS
OF WATER WILL CONTAIN CARBON FINES AND MILKY APPEARANCE DUE TO CARBON AND
CERAMIC FILTER.
Keep the drain flush valve closed. Discard (to drain) first TWO full tanks of water by opening product water (and extra
point-of-use) faucet until water flow stops, then close faucet. This will flush sanitizing solution from system.
Icemaker: Let tray/bin fill with ice cubes. Discard all ice cubes. This flushes sanitizing solution from lines to
icemaker.
Use TDS Meter to verify the TFC membrane is functioning properly.
8. S
ystem is ready to use. Should there be any aftertaste or odor to water or ice cubes, repeat Steps 6 and 7.
DO NOT USE THE FIRST TWO STORAGE TANKS OF WATER
Allow storage tank to fill overnight. Dispense this water to drain.
This process removes factory-installed sanitizing solution from the entire system and sends it to drain.
This process also sanitizes fittings and tubing used during installation.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE PREPARATION
RECOMMENDATIONS: HAVE ALL EQUIPMENT AND REPLACEMENT COMPONENTS ON HAND AND READY
BEFORE BEGINNING PROCEDURE. A CLEAN WORK AREA AND EQUIPMENT ARE ESSENTIAL TO PROPERLY
CLEAN AND/OR SANITIZE THE SYSTEM. (i.e., CLEAN HANDS, TOOLS, WORK SURFACE, AND CONTAINERS)
EQUIPMENT NEEDED:
• Safety glasses
• Rubber gloves, sanitary
• Liquid dish soap
• Plastic storage bag
• Plastic bucket • Plastic bowl
• Household bleach - Unscented Only (5 1/4% sodium hypochlorite)
• Wash Cloth, Clean and Lint-free
• Manual Air Pump
• “O” ring Lube FDA Approved
CLEANING, SANITIZING, AND CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
1. M
ix mild cleaning solution of dish soap and clean
potable water in plastic bowl.
6. Place membrane into clean plastic bag, close bag.
7.Remove filter/membrane housing “O” rings and wash
them with cleaning solution. Rinse them well with clean
potable water. Inspect them for damage (i.e., nicks,
scratches). Replace damaged “O” rings.
2. Close feed water supply valve and open product
water faucet. Empty storage tank and relieve system
pressure. Verify tank valve is open.
Icemaker: Transfer ice cubes from bin/tray to clean
freezer container for storage until procedure is done.
8. C
lean filter housings inside and outside, with washcloth
and cleaning solution. Do not use abrasive materials.
3.
CAUTION: Use air hand pump to avoid damaging
tank. Verify product water valve is open before proceeding.
Check product water storage tank air pre charge using
a low-pressure gauge (e.g. 0 -15 or 0 – 30 psi). Air
valve is located on tank base. Pre-charge should be 40
kPa (7 psig) with tank empty and tank valve open.
9. Rinse housings with clean potable water.
10. Inspect filter housing “O” ring groove area for damage.
Replace damaged components.
11. Place a small amount of “O” ring lubricant over surface
of filter/membrane housing “O” ring. Install “O” ring into
filter housing groove.
4.
CAUTION: Do not attempt to remove filter housings until water flow stops. This reduces pressure inside the system so housings may safely be removed.
CAUTION: Additional point-of-use devices (i.e., icemakers) may use filters along their supply line. Remove any filter or treatment device installed
between module and device before proceeding.
Remove each filter/membrane housing by turning it
counter-clockwise. Remove each filter cartridge as its
housing is removed. Discard filters.
WARNING: WEAR SAFETY GLASSES WHILE
PERFORMING THIS PROCEDURE.
READ “WARNINGS” INFORMATION ON BLEACH
CONTAINER BEFORE USING CONTENTS.
HANDLE SANITIZING SOLUTION CAREFULLY. AVOID
CONTACT WITH UNPROTECTED AREAS.
12. CAUTION: Excessive concentrations of bleach will
damage plastic and rubber components. Rinse all
parts that contact bleach thoroughly with clean potable water.
Mix sanitizing solution of 1.5 ml (1/3 teaspoon) of
household bleach and 3.8 L (1 gallon) of clean, potable
water in the bucket. Mix solution well.
IF MEMBRANE IS PERFORMING SATISFACTORILY:
Proceed to Step 5.
IF MEMBRANE IS DEPLETED OR FOULED:
Discard it and go to Step 7.
5.
CAUTION: Use sanitary rubber gloves for this procedure to avoid contaminating sanitizing solution, filters, or membrane. Wear gloves whenever cleaning/
sanitizing system components or handling new filter/
membrane cartridges.
Clean membrane outer wrap with washcloth and
cleaning solution. Do not immerse membrane in
solution. Do not scrub membrane wrap with abrasive
cleaners. Rinse membrane well with clean potable
water.
13. C
AUTION: Tighten filter housings by hand only. Do not use tools as they will over-tighten and damage housings. Take care not to cut or pinch o-rings.
Add 236 ml (one cup or 8 oz.) of sanitizing solution to
each filter housing and install them onto the manifold
(do not install filters or membrane at this time). Tighten
each filter housing by hand only.
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CLEANING, SANITIZING, AND CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROCEDURE
14. Slowly open source water supply valve.
21.Turn feed water valve slowly to open position.
15. Open product water faucet. Close faucet as soon as
water begins to flow from spout.
22.Confirm system is producing water. Unit will be sending
rinse water to drain.
16. Wait 5 minutes, then close source water supply valve.
23.Open product water faucet. Let water flow until all air
has been expelled from the system.
17. W
ait 25 minutes, then open product water faucet and
let water flow to drain.
24.Close product water faucet. Wait 30 minutes, check connections for leaks, and correct if necessary.
Icemaker/Extra point of use: Check lines for leaks.
18.CAUTION: Do not attempt to remove filter housings until water flow stops. This reduces pressure inside the system so housings may be removed safely.
Remove filter housings and dispose of water. Rinse
filter housings and manifold ports thoroughly with clean
potable water.
25.Allow storage tank to fill overnight.
26.WARNING: DO NOT USE THE FIRST FULL
STORAGE TANK OF WATER. THE FIRST FEW
GALLONS OF WATER WILL CONTAIN CARBON
FINES AND MILKY APPEARANCE DUE TO
CARBON AND CERAMIC FILTER.
Discard (to drain) first full tank of water by opening
product water faucet until water flow stops, then close
faucet. This flushes sanitizing solution from system.
Icemaker: Let tray/bin fill with ice cubes. Discard all
ice cubes to drain. This flushes sanitizing solution
from lines to icemaker. Replace delivery device filter (if
applicable).
19.CAUTION: Do not remove protective plastic bag from
replacement filter/membrane cartridges until so instructed.
Install “O” rings into filter housings. Open top of filter
bag enough to expose filter cap and “O” ring grooves.
Place a small amount of “O” ring lubricant on surface
of each “O” ring.
20.CAUTION: Tighten filter housings by hand only. Do not use tools as they will over-tighten and damage housings. Take care not to cut or pinch o-rings.
Install filter and membrane cartridges. Hold cartridge
by its protective plastic bag and insert cartridge into
manifold turning it 1/4 turn as it enters the port. Slide
bag from cartridge and discard. Replace each filter
housing as each cartridge is installed.
34.System is ready to use. Should there be any after taste
or odor, drain storage tank and repeat Steps 25 and
26.
DO NOT USE THE FIRST STORAGE TANK OF WATER
Allow storage tank to fill overnight. Dispense this water to drain.
This process removes factory-installed sanitizing solution from the entire system and sends it to drain.
This process also sanitizes fittings and tubing used during installation.
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Parts List and Drawing
Part #
Item #
Qty
Description
Part #
Item #
Qty
Description
1
92628
1
Bracket, PuR100-7
25
92649
1
Elbow, 1/4" Stem X 3/8" QC
2
92629
1
Shroud, Printed, PuR100-7
26
92650
1
Elbow, 1/4" NPT X 3/8" QC
3
92630
2
Clip, Membrane Housing
27
92651
2
Adapter, 1/4" Stem X 1/4" NPT
4
92631
2
Clip, Inline X Inline Housing
28
92652
1
Faucet Adapter, 3/8" QC
5
92632
2
Clip, Inline X Membrane Housing
31
92653
1
Faucet, Air Gap, PuR100-7
6
92633
2
Clip, Membrane Housing X Ceramic
Housing
32
92654
1
Flow Restrictor
7
92634
1
Wrench, Blue Housing, PuR100-7
8
92635
1
Auto Shut Off Valve, PuR100-7
1
Blue Sumps for 1st Stage, PuR100-7
1
9a
9b
9c
92636
10
33
92655
1
Inlet Saddle Valve, 1/4" Quick
Connect
34
92656
1
3/8" Quick Connect Drain Saddle
Valve
Blue Sumps for 2nd Stage, PuR100-7
35
92657
1
Tank, Storage, 3.8 Gallon
1
Blue Sumps for 3rd Stage, PuR100-7
36
92658
1
Drain Flush Valve
3
Black Caps, 1/4" NPT, PuR100-7
1
Tank Valve
11
92621
1
Cartridge, Sediment, 1st Stage,
PuR100-7
37
92659
1
3/8 Insert
1
3/8 Jaco nut
12
92622
1
Cartridge, GAC, 2nd Stage, PuR100-7
38
92660
1
Wrench for Membrane Cap
39
92661
1
Wrench for Ceramic Filter
40
92662
12 FT
1/4" White Tubing
41
92663
18 FT
3/8" White Tubing
45
92664
2
Screws for mounting the bracket
46
92665
1
Clip, Flow Restrictor (not shown)
2
Screws for mounting the shroud to the
bracket
13
92623
1
Cartridge, Carbon Block, 3rd Stage,
PuR100-7
14
92624
1
Membrane,100 GPD, 4th Stage,
PuR100-7
15
92641
1
Housing, Membrane, 4th Stage,
PuR100-7
16
92626
1
Cartridge, Inline, Calcite, 6th Stage,
PuR100-7
65
92672
17
92625
1
Cartridge, Inline, Carbon, 5th Stage,
PuR100-7
70
92645
1
Elbow, 1/8" NPT X 1/4" QC
78
92697
12
Screw to attach 3 caps to the bracket
18
92627
1
Cartridge, Ceramic, 7th Stage,
PuR100-7
79
92698
1
1/4" quick connect ball valve, inline
92704
1
Adapter, 1/4" NPT, 1/4" QC
92642
1
Housing, Clear, Ceramic, 7th Stage,
PuR100-7
80
19
20
92643
1
Check Valve, 1/4" NPT, PuR100-7
21
92644
10
22
92646
23
92647
24
92648
N/A
92699
1
O-Ring for Ceramic Housing (not
shown)
Elbow, 1/4" NPT X 1/4" QC
N/A
92700
1
O-Ring for Membrane Housing (not
shown)
2
Elbow,1/4" QC X 1/4" Stem
1
Adapter, 1/4" QC X 1/4" NPT
N/A
92640
3
O-Ring for Blue Sumps (not shown)
3
Tee, 1/4" QC
N/A
92360
-
Food Grade Silicone Grade, 1 gram
(sold separately)
12
2
14
40-41
31
35
18
7
45
34
11
13
38
28
65
33
37
39
79
20
Parts List and Drawing
21
19
16
4
80
1
21
6
15
5
21
21
21
3
10
9c
36
9a
9b
8
22
17
26
22
78
23
20
24
25
24
32
27
24
70
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WaterSTATION System Flow Diagram
PRODUCT WATER
CHECK VALVE
PART #92643
MEMBRANE HOUSING & TFC
MEMBRANE PART #92624 STAGE 4
MODULE INLET
REJECT WATER
OUTLET
DRAIN LINE TUBING
(AIR GAP FAUCET
MODELS ROUTE TUBE
THROUGH FAUCET
CONNECTIONS)
FLOW CONTROL
PART #92654
OUT
IN
AUTO SHUTOFF
VALVE PART #92635
INLET VALVE
PART #92698
STAGE 5
INLINE CARBON
FILTER PART #92625
PRESSURE
TANK
PART #92657
STAGE 6
INLINE CALCITE
FILTER PART #92626
STAGE 7
CERAMIC FILTER
PART #92627
FILTER
SUMP #3
& FILTER
FILTER
SUMP #2
& FILTER
FILTER
SUMP #1
& FILTER
STAGE 3
STAGE 2
STAGE 1
CARBON
BLOCK FILTER
PART #92623
GAC CARBON
FILTER
PART #92622
SEDIMENT
FILTER
PART #92621
FAUCET
PART #92653
Refer to page 3 of this manual on the description and function of stages.
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Trouble Shooting Guide
Probable Cause
Solutions
1. No water or not enough water
a. Feed water shut off
b. Storage tank valve shut off
c. Plugged or crimped lines
d. Pre-filter cartridge clogged
e. Low feed water pressure
a. Turn on feed water
b. Open tank valve
c. Remove blockage or crimp in lines
d. Replace pre-filter cartridge
e. Feed water pressure at membrane must be at least 50 psi
2. Low flow rate from faucet
a. Low air pressure in storage tank
b. Storage tank valve partially closed
a. Increase air pressure to 7 psi in storage tank with product
water drained
b. Open tank valve completely
3. High product water TDS
a. Insufficiently flushed filters
b. Increase in feed water TDS
c. Membrane life expired
a. 5 gallons (approx. 2 full tanks) must be drawn from spigot
to sufficiently flush filters
b. Contact dealer for revised product water TDS
c. Replace membrane
Bad tasting water
a. Taste from glass or plastic containers
b. Post carbon filter cartridge exhausted
c. Storage tank and/or system contaminated
d. Membrane life expired
a. Contact dealer for explanation
b. Replace post carbon filter cartridge
c. Contact dealer for assistance
d. Replace membrane
Cloudy water
a. D
issolved air in feed water gets concentrated in
product water.
a. Condition usually clears up eventually as feed water
changes. Letting water stand will allow dissolved air to
dissipate.
Cloudy ice cubes
a. See cloudy water
b. Certain ice cube shapes trap dissolved air more
than others. The larger, more squared off cubes
are clearest, smaller rounded surface ice cubes are
cloudier.
a. See cloudy water
b. Change ice cube mold shape, make cubes manually
if using automatic ice cube maker, let stand to release
dissolved air before freezing.
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IMPORTANT NOTE:
This service record is your warranty. it is your (the customer’s) responsibility to keep
the below chart up to date in order to receive the benefitS of the warranty described
on the next page. It is the customers’ responsibility to see that the chart below is KEPT
up-TO-date.
service record
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Installed by (PRINT) / ____________________________
Installation Date / _______________________________
Distributor Name / ______________________________
Customer Name / _______________________________
Distributor Address / ____________________________
Customer Address / ____________________________
Distributor Phone Number / ______________________
To order replacement parts, refer to distributor information above.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
Subject to the conditions and limitations described below, we warrant its Model PuR100-7 WaterSTATION Systems (excluding
replacement membrane, cartridge and inline filters), when installed in accordance with our specifications, to be free from defects
in materials and workmanship under normal use within the operating specifications for a lifetime period provided that our
approved filters and TFC membrane service is done in a timely manner as described in this manual, by an authorized dealer and
the service record sheet is up to date. The membrane and filters come with a warranty of one year under the conditions stated
above. It is the customers responsibility to ensure that our approved parts are used.
Use of non-brand approved replacement parts will void all warranties.
Any warranty implied or expressed other than the warranty provided by us
(manufacturer) is the sole responsibility of selling dealer and distributor.
This warranty is fully transferable if a proof of purchase is furnished and the service
record is kept up-to-date by the end user.
if the waterstation is destroyed by a residential fire, it will be replaced by us
(manufacturer) upon verification from the fire department.
should you at anytime decide to trade this waterstation model with a new waterstation
model, this warrants that you shall receive a 50% discount ofF the current retail price
of the new model as a trade-in allowance (no cash value).
Any other part found defective within the terms of this warranty will be repaired or replaced by us or its dealers. If any part is
found defective, we also reserve the right to replace the drinking water appliance with a comparable drinking water system of
equal or greater quality. You pay only freight for repaired or replaced parts from our factory and local dealer charges, including
but not limited to labor charges, travel and transportation expenses and handling fees.
This warranty shall not apply to any part damaged by accident, flood, freezing, Act of God, bacterial attack, membrane fouling
and/or scaling, sediment, misuse, misapplication, neglect, alteration, installation, or operation contrary to our printed instructions,
or by the use of accessories or components which do not meet our specifications. If the drinking water system is altered by
anyone other than us or its dealers the warranty shall be void.
The quality of water supplies may vary seasonably or over a period of time. Your water usage may vary as well. Water
characteristics can also change if the drinking water appliance is moved to a new location. For these reasons, we assume no
liability for the determination of the proper equipment necessary to meet your requirements, and we do not authorize others
to assume such obligation for us. Further, we assume no liability and extend no warranties, express or implied, for the use of
this product with a non-potable water source or a water source which does not meet the conditions for use as described in this
Owners Guide.
OUR OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS WARRANTY ARE LIMITED TO THE REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF THE FAILED
PARTS OF THE DRINKING WATER SYSTEM, AND WE ASSUME NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL, SPECIAL, GENERAL OR OTHER DAMAGES, WHETHER FROM CORROSION OR OTHER
CAUSES.
Some provinces/states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to
you. Similarly, some provinces/states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damage, so the above limitation
or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights that vary from
province to province or state to state.
For questions or in case of emergency, please refer to the distributor information on the previous page.
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