Reclaim Filters and Systems, Inc.
FilterJet Series Manual
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I N D U S T R I AL S YS T E M S D I V I S I O N
Systems Maintenance Manual
RECLAIM Filters and Systems, Inc.
1129 Hidden Hills Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27587
(919) 528-1787 phone
(919) 528-7217 fax
www.waterreclaim.com website
info@waterreclaim.com email
MM2-1 10/03
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Table of Contents
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INTRODUCTION
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2
SPECIFICATIONS
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3
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
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4
INSTALLATION
Piping
Electrical
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SYSTEM OPERATION
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START UP
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MAINTENANCE
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APPENDIX A
Pump and motor information
APPENDIX B
Ballast Tank information
APPENDIX C
Diaphragm Valve information
APPENDIX D
Material Safety Data Sheet
MSDS OZONE
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Chapter
Introduction
General
his manual is intended to give you the information needed to install,
start-up and maintain a RECLAIM FilterJet system. The sections detail
your Reclaim’s System Description, Installation, Operation and
Maintenance.
Warnings, Cautions, and Notes
As you read the manual, these symbols will let you know to pay special attention to the
CAUTION, WARNING, and NOTE messages. These help to identify important
safety issues or other important items.
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CAUTION Information that could prevent system damage or
minor personal injury.
WARNING Information that can prevent injury or death.
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NOTE
Just an FYI. Useful or interesting information.
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System Description
his industrial filtration system is actually two systems in one. The primary
system consists of a high efficiency pumping station with on board filtration.
The second system is an ozone recirculation system. The Electronic Control
Panel monitors and maintains both systems.
Primary Filtration System
Consists of a high efficiency motor and pump used to pull the water from the storage
tanks through the inlet filter and past the filter array. This pumping station provides
pressure for your process water. A pressure control activates the pump whenever the
output water pressure drops below 40 psi, it shuts off automatically when the demand
ceases or the output pressure reaches 60 psi.
Filtration
Primary filtration is achieved via the holding tanks where if installed properly, act as a
grease trap and sedimentation area, as well as providing a contact chamber for the
ozone to oxidize contaminates in the water. On board the system, water is pulled
though a coarse filter similar to a strainer basket on a swimming pool. This first filter is
removable and should be checked periodically for debris such as bugs, cigarette butts
and other floating debris that could have passed through the tanking. From there the
water is pulled through the pump and pushed through the filter element or elements.
Several types of filters are used in this application depending on your system options.
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Local ordinances often call for a clarifier tank prior to discharge to
sewer. Grit chamber or grease trap are also terms used to describe this
multi-stage chamber designed to catch grease, oil and sediment.
Self-Cleaning Filter
This is a permanent stainless steel filter element that will not allow any particulate
coarser than 25 microns or .001 inches across to pass through. This element is self
cleaning utilizing a small burst of air to literally blow the dirt and debris from the
element and out via the backwash/purge line.
Bag filters
These filters are fabric felts and woven socks that collect the dirt and debris on the
inside of the bag and need to be changed periodically. Filter bags are rated in nominal
sizes, meaning the smallest particle able to be filtered. A 5-micron bag means the
smallest particle able to be filtered is 5 microns, however, not all the pores in the bag
are that small and some larger debris will get through. An advantage of filter bags is
their ability to absorb certain substances like silicone or oils.
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Filter bags should be used once then replaced. If re-used the stitching or
welded seams may become weak and burst. Cleaning also enlarges the
pore size. This will result in sand or other abrasives passing through the
filter damaging expensive high-pressure pumps and other devices.
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Ozone Re-Circulation
Consists of another high efficiency motor and centrifugal pump assembly that takes the
pre-filtered water and passes it through a centrifugal sand separator, to remove abrasive
elements from the process water, then through a venturi that pulls ozone into the
water stream as tiny bubbles. The bubble size is critical for optimum ozone saturation
and treatment of the water. This patented injector system provides a 99% transfer rate
of ozone to the contact chamber when set properly (see system set-up) See Appendix
D for Material Safety Data.
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Ozone is a powerful oxidizing agent and is highly chemically reactive.
Inhalation produces various degrees of respiratory effects from minor
irritation to pulmonary edema (fluid in lungs) under high concentrations
and long exposure. It can also cause eye irritation at levels above 2 ppm.
Shown at right is your RECLAIM
System II. (Note the palletized
design). The entire machine is
enclosed with a 1 ½”stainless steel
frame to prevent damage during
shipping and to protect from
accidental impacts in tight
equipment rooms.
On A model frames the input and
output ports are on the right hand
side of the unit. On B frame
units, the output is available on
the left or right with the suction
line input located on the right.
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Chapter
Specifications:
65 GPM System II with 3 Hp primary pump
DIMENSIONS: Max dimensions of stainless steel frame
Width: 60”
Depth: 33”
Height: 70”
Primary Filtration and Control Panel
Electrical
Input Power:
Control Power:
On/Off control:
Pump:
Particle Separator:
Inlet Filtration:
Primary Filtration:
Water Inlet:
Filtered Water Outlet:
Air Requirement:
Backwash Cycle Time
208/230/480 Volt, 3 phase @ 8.5 / 8 / 4 amp max
115 vac, 4 amp max
Switch selectable On / Off / Auto
3 HP 65 GPM @ 40 – 60 psi
Self Purging Vortex Filter stainless steel body
Cleanable stainless steel filter basket
Either 25 micron absolute, self cleaning stainless steel filter
or
Sized bag filters (replaceable)
2” FNPT
2” FNPT
95 PSI 3/8” min hose diameter
8.5 Seconds including filter air purge
100 - 125 GPM System II with 5 Hp primary pump
DIMENSIONS: Max dimensions of stainless steel frame
Width: 60”
Depth: 33”
Height: 70”
Primary Filtration and Control Panel
Electrical
Input Power:
Control Power:
On/Off control:
Pump:
Particle Separator:
Inlet Filtration:
Primary Filtration:
Water Inlet:
Filtered Water Outlet:
Air Requirement:
Backwash Cycle Time
208/230/480 Volt, 3 phase @ 13.1 / 11.5 / 5.7 amp max
115 vac, 4 amp max
Switch selectable On / Off / Auto
5 HP 125 GPM @ 40 – 60 psi
Self Purging Vortex Filter stainless steel body
Cleanable stainless steel filter basket
Either 25 micron absolute, self cleaning stainless steel filter
or
Sized bag filters (replaceable)
3” FNPT
2” FNPT
95 PSI 3/8” min hose diameter
8.5 Seconds including filter air purge
Operating Temperature
35 to 104 F (2 to 40 C)
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Simplified Flow Diagram
OZONE MANIFOLD
OUTPUT TO TANK 1
SAND
SEPARATOR
PARTICLE DISCHARGE
OZONE RECIRCULATION
PUMP
FROM TANKS
FILTERED WATER OUTPUT
CHECK
VALVE
STRAINER
BASKET
PRIMARY PUMP
MAIN FILTER
Frame Dimensions
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Frames are designed to fit through a standard 3’ door.
Measured dimensions: 60”L x 33”W x 70”H
Tubing is 1.5” Diameter 304 Stainless Steel
Floor is 14 gauge Stainless Steel Plate crimped and
center ported to allow for drainage.
Wheels are for factory use and not included.
33”
70”
40”
DRAIN HOLE
60”
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Chapter
System Description
Descriptions of main components
INPUT CHECK VALVE:
This Brass swing type check valve is used to maintain prime in the primary pump by preventing the
backflow of water to the storage tanks.
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If this valve becomes stuck open or leaks, the resulting loss of prime may cause the primary
pump to run dry resulting in pump damage.
STRAINER BASKET:
The basket strainer is the pre-filter and prime storage reservoir. It prevents large debris from entering
the pump. The filter is provided with a removable lid and stainless steel strainer basket to allow
periodic inspection and cleaning.
PRIMARY PUMP:
A centrifugal pump providing 60 to 125 GPM of flow depending on the horse-power and inlet pipe size.
OZONE RECIRCULATION PUMP:
A centrifugal pump that pulls water from the input strainer through a one way flapper style check valve
then pushes it through a sand separator and into the ozone injection manifold. This pump is usually
set to run continuously or on a pre-programmed on-off cycle.
OZONE INJECTION MANIFOLD:
Utilizes a venturi-style injector to pull the ozone into the water stream as billions of tiny bubbles. It is set
at the optimum vacuum and pressure to result in the best ozone transfer.
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Optimum settings for this manifold are preset during installation to approximately 29 psi as
measured on the gauge at the sand separator, and to 5 LPM (liters per minute) ozone as
measured on the ozone generator flow gauge. Improper settings may result in less efficient
ozone transfer into the water stream.
SAND SEPARATOR:
This is also known as a centrifugal separator or a vortex particle separator. It creates a strong vortex of
water forcing the heavy solids to the bottom where they are purged into the waste stream allowing the
cleaner water through the top where it feeds the ozone injection manifold. The purge valve located at
the bottom of the sand separator is cracked open slightly providing the necessary backpressure and
allowing the solids to exit. This purge valve is opened approximately ¼ way.
MAIN FILTER:
The primary filter is a stainless steel self-cleaning filter, a bag filter or a combination self-cleaning filter
and bag filter or filters. The Stainless Steel self-cleaning filter uses compressed air to periodically flush
the dirt and debris from the filter into the purge line. It is a 25-micron (absolute) mechanical filtration
device. The bag filters housings hold various style filter bags. These bag filters need periodic
replacement and will reduce the efficiency of the system if not changed.
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Continual cleaning and re-use of bag filters will result in a weakened bag with a larger pore
size than indicated. Damage to equipment may result.
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Component Locations
OXYGEN
CONCENTRATOR
MAIN ELECTRICAL
CONTROL PANEL
OZONE GENERATOR
GAUGE PACK
PRIMARY
FILTER
SAND
SEPARATOR
CLEANABLE
BASKET
STRAINER
BALLAST
PRESSURE
CONTROL
TANK
OZONE
RECIRCULATION
PUMP
PRIMARY
PUMP
1.
2.
3.
INPUT CHECK VALVE
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OUTPUTS
OZONE RECIRCULATION
FILTERED WATER
PURGE LINE
Chapter
Installation
The RECLAIM system is enclosed in a stainless steel frame and should be mounted on
a hard relatively level surface away from debris or standing water. The frame is made
so that a standard hand truck can move the unit into position from the front, back or
sides.
The system should be mounted in an equipment room where it will not be exposed to
freezing conditions, spraying or standing water.
Insure water cannot enter pump motor housing. If water is allowed to enter
the electrical housing, a short circuit will result and the water could become
electrified resulting in a hazardous condition!
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Freezing conditions will cause water in the system to expand and may damage
pipes, pumps and valves voiding the warranty.
Plumbing Connections
INLET:
The inlet to the system is made via a two or three inch suction line located on the left
of the system. During shipping, the flapper check valve is stored inside the basket
strainer. Remove the check valve and attach to the inlet of the basket strainer. Note:
the arrow on the check valve indicating flow direction should be pointing towards the
basket strainer.
Mount check valve hinge up.
Arrow points to strainer basket.
Be sure to use Teflon tape and
pipe dope on the close nipple and
piping to prevent leaks.
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Suction Piping:
The suction pipe must be kept free of leaks. Avoid any fittings that could cause an air
trap or leak. Avoid the use of unions or ball valves on the inlet to the system. The
suction line must be at least 4 times the diameter of the pipe below the surface of the
water in the tanks to prevent vortexing (sucking air from the surface of the water via a
whirlpool). Example: if the pipe is 3” diameter it must be at least 12” under the
surface of the water. Refer to your tanking drawings for placement. Schedule 80 PVC
is recommended for all suction lines. The use of a quality PVC cleaner and cement is
required. The check valve should be the highest point of the plumbing. High spots in
the suction line prior to the check valve could result in unwanted air pockets.
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All centrifugal pump will suck air before it sucks water. If there is any air leak
in the suction line the unit will not prime or pull water up from underground
tanks. The suction line is the most common cause of problems during
installation.
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Long suction runs and high lifts are not recommended.
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The use of in tank foot valve and/ or strainer is not required nor
recommended. These tend to clog frequently and are difficult to clean and
often overlooked causing problems. Your RECLAIM system has a dual
check valve and easily accessible strainer system incorporated into the design.
Refer to Appendix A Sta-Rite “D” series Owner’s Manual Figures 1 and 2.
OUTLET TO EQUIPMENT:
The output line to the equipment is a full 2” diameter bung welded onto the frame at
the (frame A) lower right. Use a 2” line for up to 100 GPM output. The usage of a
smaller line will result in reduced flow.
Connect output to equipment here.
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PURGE LINE:
The purge line allows the dirty water from the sand separator and self-cleaning filter to
exit the machine. It is a 2” bung located on the right hand side of the machine below
the output line, (2” is the minimum line size to be used when plumbing this line,
anything smaller will restrict the self-cleaning purge and result in poor performance).
The use sweeps and 45 fittings, when attaching this line, will enable the best cleaning
operation. The purge line should empty into the main sump, pit, or trough for easy
cleaning and disposal of solids.
Connect PURGE/BACKWASH line here
Connect OZONE recirculation line here
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The purge line should not be elevated above fitting height. It should slope
downward towards the drain. Any upward slope increases backpressure and
decreases performance.
OZONE RECIRCULATION LINE:
This 1” SCH 80 PVC line is used to send ozonated water from the unit to tank 1 or as
specified in your drawings. This line is under approximately 30 PSI and can be
plumbed with SCH 40 PVC. It is recommended you keep the 1” diameter and do not
size down throughout the pipe run.
AIR INPUT:
Connect air from an air compressor to the input located on left hand side of the
machine via a 1/4” industrial air coupling. Air pressure should be no less than 90 PSI.
The on-board air regulator should be set between 90 and 95 PSI.
The air input is located on the left hand
side of the machine, below the oxygen
concentrator. Pull to turn the regulator
knob. Set indicated air pressure to 95 PSI.
Connect airline here. 3/8” min diameter.
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Electrical Connections
3 phase:
The Hoffman electrical enclosure contains the inputs for 208/ 240/ 480 3-phase, AC
power, 20 amps minimum.
Connect 110-vac power here
Connect 3-phase power here.
Ground Lug
110 VAC CONTROL POWER:
The control system should be connected to 110 – 120 VAC ground fault protected line
capable of at least 20 amps. Connection is located via a 110-vac breaker located on the
upper left of the enclosure left of the PLC controller. See Diagram.
COMPONENT POWER:
Power to the oxygen concentrator and ozone generator is provided via an internal relay
and has its own ON/OFF/AUTO switch on the front panel. This circuit is protected
via an internal circuit breaker.
All electrical connections should only be performed by a local licensed
electrician.
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Even with the main breaker in the off position, there is still 110 VAC applied
to the control circuit. The circuit breaker must be off to remove all power.
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Chapter
System Operation
System Controls
Your RECLAIM system is a self contained and controlled unit that requires very little
attention. However, you should be aware of the controls and their function.
PRIMARY 3-PHASE DISCONNECT:
ON/ OFF switch that disconnects the three-phase power to the overloads and
contactors and motor starters.
PRIMARY PUMP SWITCH:
This is the HAND/OFF/AUTO switch. HAND turns on the primary pump as long
as the primary 3-phase disconnect is turned on. Used when priming the primary
pump, or checking pump rotation. The self-cleaning operation is disabled when in
HAND. OFF disables the primary pump overload/contactor/starter. AUTO enables
the primary pump to operate on demand and enables the self-cleaning functionality of
the primary filter.
OZONE RECIRCULATION PUMP:
This is a HAND/ OFF/ AUTO switch. HAND turns the ozone pump, oxygen
concentrator and ozone concentrator on full time. OFF disables the power to the
component relay removing power to the oxygen concentrator, ozone generator and
ozone recirculation pump starter. AUTO enables the timed mode where the ozone
recirculation system will be on for a preset number of minutes then off for a preset
time. The default values are off for twenty minutes, on for ten.
Alarms
LOW LEVEL ALARM:
If your system was purchased with this option, and a float ball or other sensor installed
in the last tank and wired to the terminal block across # 13 and 120 VAC common,
then an alarm will sound, the light will flash, and the system will turn off automatically
if the sensor/float ball indicates a low water condition in the last tank.
MOTOR TRIP ALARM:
Your system has a sophisticated motor protection circuit that senses phase loss and
overloads. If any of these damaging conditions are present, the motor starters will trip
and this lamp will illuminate. The system will not run until the motor starter overload
circuit breakers are reset.
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MAINTANENCE ADVISOR:
If your system was purchased with this option a combination maintenance lamp and
water resistant pushbutton will be located on the front panel of your electrical control
box. This lighted pushbutton works in conjunction with an upgraded PLC
(programmable logic circuit) computer that will signal maintenance personnel to
weekly clean the strainer basket of debris. It signals maintenance is due by flashing the
lighted pushbutton and sounding the audible alarm.
Primary Pump Control
Ozone Recirculation System
Primary 3-phase disconnect
Motor Trip Indicator
Maintenance Advisor Press to Reset
Lighted Pushbutton
Low Level Indicator Lamp
Flashes On/Off
Audible Alarm
Multi Function
Motor Starter Overloads
Shown in Off Position
Current Adjustment Set During Installation
Low Level Alarm Jumper
Indicates where float ball wiring is to be
placed. Remove jumper and install a
normally closed (closed when up) float ball
wiring. See Float Ball Diagram.
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Chapter
Start-Up
TANKING:
Insure water tanks are free of debris and filled with clean water. This is especially
important in new construction.
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Garbage in the tanks can easily be sucked into the plumbing causing
expensive repairs.
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Recently a new construction, eager to start, failed to check the tanks. A plastic
cup was pulled into the suction line blocking the flow of water to the
RECLAIM system. The system ran dry and the owner had to pay for a new
pump motor, and spent over $400.00 having his plumbing snaked out to
remove the cup. Luckily he was able to remove the blockage without having
to dig up the new cement.
VISUAL INSPECTION:
Water in tanks
Plumbing Connected (refer to installation diagram)
o Inlet
o Outlet
o Ozone Line
o Purge Line
o Air Line
External Ball valves (if any) in proper position
Sand separator purge valve cracked open ¼ way. (Pre-set at factory)
All switches to OFF
Output for reclaim water turned on
o This prevents air-lock during prime
VERIFY MOTOR ROTATION:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
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Make sure all switches are OFF
Turn ON main power (3-phase disconnect ON)
Find Arrow on primary pump face
Turn Primary Pump to ON for one second and check rotation
The motor should turn as indicated by arrow
Correct wiring if needed and check again
Repeat this process with the ozone recirculation pump
Proper rotation is Counter Clockwise
Rotation arrow is indicated on Pump Casting
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PRIME THE PUMP:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Make sure all switches are OFF
Turn ON main power (3-phase disconnect ON)
Remove 4 hand bolts from basket strainer and fill with water
Replace the 4 bolts (wing-nuts) hand tight
Turn Primary Pump to Hand (ON)
Check Pressure Input Pressure Gauge
a. It should read 45 psi with a 3 hp Primary Pump
b. It should read 60 – 65 psi with a 5 hp Primary Pump
After several seconds turn off the primary pump and repeat until the pressure
gauges read the correct pressure
a. This will take several tries until the pump pulls water from the tanks
b. For more information on the Primary Pump see Appendix “A”
Once the system is primed (pressure gauges reading correct pressure) turn
primary pump switch to AUTO
Turn Ozone pump to HAND (always on)
Go to ozone recirculation adjustment
OZONE RECIRCULATION ADJUSTMENT:
1. Verify pressure on the ozone pressure gauge (25 –35 psi)
2. Again, visually check to insure the sand separator purge valve is not fully open
or closed; set at ¼ open
3. Insure Oxygen Concentrator and Ozone Generator are switched ON
a. Oxygen conc. switch is on lower right side, up is ON
b. Ozone switch is on front of Ozone unit
4. Set Oxygen Concentrator flow meter to 20 psig (See Airsep Manual page 4-2)
5. Set Ozone Generator to MAX if equipped with variable supply.
6. Close or open injector manifold bypass valve until 5 LPM (liters per minute) is
indicated on the ozone flow meter located on the ozone generator front panel
7. Re-check Oxygen concentrator flow meter is set to 15 – 20 scfh
Ozone manifold injector bypass valve
Adjust to obtain 5 LPM on ozone flow meter
Proper setting for sand separator purge valve
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Chapter
MAINTENANCE
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
SCHEDULE
MAINTENANCE ITEM
WEEKLY
MONTHLY
YEARLY
2-YEAR
5-YEAR
Clean Strainer Basket
Clean O2 Air Filter
Primary Filter Clean
Check Air Pressure
Replace Venturi
Rebuild Valves
Replace Pump Seals
Or as needed
INSURE SYSTEM IS OFF AND DEPRESSURIZED PRIOR TO ANY MAINTENANCE!
CLEAN STRAINER BASKET:
Turn off primary and ozone pumps. Insure input and output pressure gauges read
ZERO PSI. Remove the strainer basket lid by unscrewing the four wing nut bolts.
Remove and clean the stainless steel strainer basket. Replace, and refill the strainer
housing with water. Clean the o-ring and replace the lid and four wing nut bots, hand
tighten only. Do Not Over Tighten… Restart system by starting primary pump first
(HAND position) until the gauge reads normal operating pressure then return the
primary switch to AUTO. Turn on ozone recirculation system.
Whenever opening a filter housing, whether it be the strainer basket, primary
filter, or filter bag housing, make sure the pressure gauges read ZERO PSI. A
failure to release pressure may result in explosive decompression!
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CLEAN O2 AIR FILTER:
The oxygen concentrator has a cleanable air filter. For optimum performance and long
life we recommend you clean it once a month. It is located on the right hand side of
the oxygen concentrator. Pull it out, clean it with light compressed air and return it dry
back into the filter slots.
PRIMARY FILTER CLEAN:
The primary filter cleans itself during normal operation. However, sludge or silt can
accumulate over time. To insure best water flow we recommend you clean this filter
monthly or as needed. Turn off primary and ozone pumps, insure inlet and outlet
pressure read ZERO! Remove the quick disconnects for air and purge exiting the lid,
loosen the eyebolts and lift off cover by pulling straight up. Carefully remove the
stainless steel filter element and pressure wash FROM THE INSIDE OUT. Check
and clean o-ring and re-insert fully into the filter housing. The top tube should be flush
with the rim. Clean the top o-ring and replace the cover and fittings. Hand-tighten the
eyebolts after the lid has been replaced. Restart per normal.
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Pressure wash the permanent stainless steel element from the inside out. If
you accidentally wash it from the outside dirt will be forced into the element
potentially ruining it. A ¼” 90 fitting screwed into the end of a pressure
wash wand with the spray tip inserted works great.
Pressure Wash from inside out!
BLOW DIRT OUT
NOT IN !
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CHECK AIR PRESSURE:
The Self-Cleaning filter uses 90 to 95 psi to blow out the dirt and debris. Anything less
will not clean as well, anything more may blow out the internal o-rings and let dirt pass.
To adjust the air pressure, pull the regulator knob out and turn to set. When done
press it back in to lock. The air regulator and gauge are located on the left side of unit
beneath the oxygen concentrator.
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A larger air line is better than a small one.
Use a 3/8” line minimum. The air purge
works on volume more than pressure.
Air pressure gauge
Air pressure regulator
REPLACE VENTURI:
The venturi used on the ozone manifold is installed using union fittings. These allow
periodic replacement by simply unscrewing the old venturi and installing a new one.
These KYNAR injectors are subject to wear from the inside and over time will
enlarge internally reducing the effectiveness of the ozone transfer.
REBUILD VALVES:
The Aquamatic diaphragm valves have Teflon coated rubber parts that will eventually
wear out. The valves are easy to rebuild by removing the 6 plated hex screws,
removing the cap, replacing the diaphragm and reinstalling the cap and hex screws. An
inexpensive rebuild kit is available. When ordering please indicate whether the valve is
a 425 or 426 model. See Appendix C for part numbers and mechanical drawings.
REPLACE PUMP SEALS:
The pump seals will provide many years of service as long as the pumps don’t run dry.
We recommend changing them every 5 years or as needed. If a pump seal wears out
or is damaged water will escape from around the seal. See Appendix A for pump seal
replacement instructions, part numbers, and mechanical drawings.
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APPENDIX A
PUMP AND MOTOR INFORMATION
INCLUDING
SAFETY
WARRANTY
INSTALLATION
ELECTRICAL
SERVICE
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
REPAIR PARTS
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APPENDIX B
BALLAST PRESSURE CONTROL
INFORMATION
INCLUDING
SAFETY
WARRANTY
OPERATION
REPAIR PARTS
SERVICE
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
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APPENDIX C
DIAPHRAGM VALVE INFORMATION
INCLUDING
TECHNICAL NOTES
REPAIR PART KITS
SERVICE
OPERATION
MECHANICAL DRAWINGS
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APPENDIX D
Material Safety Data Sheet
OZONE
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