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Bradley Terreon TDB3104 Specifications
Installation
TDB3104
Terreon 54" Semi-Circular Deep Bowl
Washfountain with Air Metering Valve
®
TDB3104
with Push Button Air Valve
Available in standard height,
juvenile height, and TAS height.
WF3204
Terreon Extra Height 54" Semi-Circular
Classic Washfountain with 9" Deep Bowl
and Air Metering Valve
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Table of Contents
WF3204
with Push Button Air Valve
Pre-Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Semi-Circular Washfountain Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . 3–4
Rough-In Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5–6
Installing the Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Bowl/Pedestal Mounting and Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing Drain Spud in Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Connect Supply Tubing to Sprayhead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Air Metering Valve Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-13
Valve and Tubing Connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Adjust the Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16-17
Soap Valve Parts List and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . 18-19
Sprayhead Parts List and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Actuator Module Assembly Components . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Metering Air Valve Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Navigator Mixing Valve Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
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TDB3104, WF3204
Installation
IMPORTANT!
Read this entire installation manual to ensure proper installation. When finished with the
installation, file this manual with the owner or maintenance department.
Installation
Packing List
IS
TH
SIDE
UP
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•
•
•
Separate parts from packaging and make sure all parts are accounted for before discarding
any packaging material. If any parts are missing, do not begin installation until you obtain
the missing parts.
Make sure that all water supply lines have been flushed and then completely turned off
before beginning installation. Debris in supply lines can cause valves to malfunction.
Hardware supplied by installer must be appropriate for wall construction. Wall anchors used
must have a minimum pull-out rating of 1,000 lbs.
Product warranties may be found under “Product Information” on our web site
at www.bradleycorp.com.
Supplies Required by Installer
• (4) 1/2" lag bolts, screws or other fasteners to anchor washfountain pedestal
• 1/2" nominal copper tubing for hot and cold water supply lines.
• Standard P-trap (vented trap supplied by Bradley when required)
• 2" drain lines and fittings
• 1-1/2" vent or tie pipe on fixtures vented through washfountain column
• Teflon tape or pipe dope
Pre-Installation Information
Terreon Material
®
The Washfountain is constructed of Terreon , a densified solid surface material composed of polyester resin. Terreon is resistant to
chemicals, stains, burns and impact. Surface damage can be easily repaired with everyday cleaners or fine-grit abrasives. Terreon
is NAHB certified to meet ANSI Z124.3, Z124.6 and ANSI/ICPA SS-1-2001.
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Cylindrical air valve
The air valve pushbutton allows each user to activate an air metering valve (starting the flow of water) by pushing and releasing
the pushbutton. The air metering valve is factory-preset to run for 10 seconds and can be adjusted to run from 5-60 seconds.
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Semi-Circular Washfountain Dimensions
Model TDB3104
Model TDB3104 (Juvenile Height)
54" Semi-circular - side view
54" Semi-circular - side view
32-1/4"
(819)
5-1/4"
(133)
32-1/4"
(819)
5-1/4"
(133)
Adjust to Towel Dispenser
Mounting Holes
Adjust to Towel Dispenser
Mounting Holes
6"
(152)
6"
(152)
64" (1626)
w/ Soap
55-1/2"
(1410)
w/o Soap
22-3/4"
(577)
55-3/4"
(1416)
47-1/4"
(1200)
43-3/4"
(1111)
27" 34"
(686) (864)
40"
(1016)
22-3/4"
(577)
42-5/8"*
(1084)
34"*
(864)
23-1/2"* 39-1/8"*
(994)
(597)
30"*
(762)
23-1/2"
(597)
15"
(381)
51-1/4"*
(1301)
59-1/2"*
(1511)
w/ soap
51"*
(1295)
w/o
soap
15"
(381)
Model TDB3104 is ADA Compliant
* Add 2" (51) for TAS height unit
Optional equipment may not comply with all
ADA dimensional guidelines
Model TDB3104
54" Semi-circular - rear view
pedestal access
12-1/2"
(318)
3-1/2"*
(89)
17-1/2"
(444)
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Semi-Circular Washfountain Dimensions
Model WF3204
54" Semi-circular - side view
32-1/4"
(819)
22-3/4"
(577)
5-1/4"
(133)
Adjust to Towel Dispenser
Mounting Holes
6"
(152)
64" (1626)
w/ soap
55-1/2"
(1410) w/o
soap
55-3/4"
(1416)
47-1/4"
(1200)
43-3/4"
(1111)
41"
(1041)
34"
(864)
23-1/2"
(597)
15"
(381)
Model WF3204 is not ADA compliant
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Rough-In Specifications
Type A Drain
- Supplies from below
or through wall
- Vent from below or
through wall off-drain
1/2" Nominal
Copper Tubing
Supplies
Through Wall
1/2" Nominal Copper Tubing for Cold Supply Through
Floor (Optional), Stub Up 2-1/2" (64) Above Floor
2" NPT Drain Through Floor, Stub
up 3" (76) Above Floor
13" R Top Access
7-5/8"
(194)
4"
(102)
54" (1372) Bowl
Wall
7-5/8"
(194)
5-1/4"
(133)
7-3/8" R Bottom Access
3-1/4"
(83)
1/2" Nominal Copper Tubing for Hot Supply Through
Floor (Optional), Stub Up 2-1/2" (64) Above Floor
Trap for Wall Outlet Only
4" (102) Clearance Hole
6" to 13-1/4"
(152 to 337)
Drain Through Wall
Supplies Through Wall
12"
(305)
Drain and Supplies Through Floor Trap
Located Below Floor (Optional)
(mm)
Type B Drain
- Supplies from above
- Vent through ceiling
off trap inside pedestal
1-1/2" NPT Vent to Ceiling
1-1/4"
(32)
13" R Top Access
7/8"
Cold (22)
Hot
4" (102)
7/8"
(22)
1/2" Nominal Copper Tubing
Supplies from Above
54" (1372) Bowl
Wall
7-3/8" R Bottom Access
5-1/4"
(133)
2" NPT Drain, Stub Out
3" (76) Above Floor
Wall
Vent
Drain Through Floor
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Type H Drain
- Supplies from below or
through wall
- Vented through ceiling off
trap inside pedestal
(mm)
1/2" Nominal
Copper Tubing
Supplies Through
Wall
13" R Top Access
7-3/8" R Bottom Access
7-5/8"
Cold (194)
1-1/2" NPT Vent to Ceiling
1/2" Nominal Copper
Tubing Supplies Through
Floor (Optional), Stub Up
2-1/2" (64) Above Floor
4"
(102)
7-5/8"
Hot (194)
Wall
54" (1372) Bowl
5-1/4"
(133)
2" NPT Drain, Stub Up
3" (76) Above Floor
3-1/4"
(83)
Vent
Wall
12"
(305)
Drain Through Floor
Supplies Through Floor (Optional)
(mm)
Type O Drain
13" R Top Access
- Supplies from above
Trap
- Vented from below or
through wall off drain
7/8"
(22)
2" NPT Drain Through Wall (Stub
Out to Suit Trap Dimension)
2" NPT Drain Through Floor,
Stub Up 3" (76) Above Floor
Cold
Hot
7/8"
(22)
4"
(102)
54" (1372) Bowl
1-1/4"
(32)
1/2" Nominal Copper Tubing
Supplies From Above
7-3/8" R Bottom Access
5-1/4"
(133)
Trap For Wall Outlet Only
6" to 13-1/4"
(152 to 337)
Wall
4" (102) Clearance Hole
Drain Through Wall
Drain Through Floor Trap Located
Below Floor (Optional)
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Installing the Drain
A
Rough in supply and drain piping
as required for your installation.
B
Assemble the drain to the dimension
for the bowl you are installing.
All piping shown in dotted lines to be
supplied by installer.
Types B, H
Vent or Tie Pipe
(Supplied by
Installer)
2" NPT Coupling if Tie
Pipe is Not Required
(Supplied by Installer)
Vented Trap
(111-024)
B - See Table 1
Centerline of
Washfountain
Centerline of
Washfountain
4"
(102)
B - See Table 1
Vent or Tie Pipe
(Supplied by
Installer)
4"
(102)
Optional Tie Pipe
Bracket (S70-082)
Types A, O
B - See Table 1
Centerline of
Washfountain
See Rough-In information for
dimensions not shown.
4"
(102)
Types A, O with Tie
Pipe Bracket Option
Table 1 — “B” Trap Dimensions
Dim
Standard Height
Juvenile Height
TAS
B
23-3/8" (594mm)
22-1/2" (572mm)
24-1/2" (622mm)
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A
Installation
Bowl/Pedestal Mounting and Assembly
Position the pedestal at desired location and
mark the position of the (2) pedestal wall
mounting locations and (2) pedestal floor
mounting locations.
CAUTION! Bowl surface is very smooth. Approximate
weight of bowl is 146 pounds (model TDB3104),
136 pounds (model WF3204) or 101 pounds (model
TDB3104/JUV). Handle with Care!
Top View
TAS OPTION: Place TAS spacer on floor
over the mounting holes. Place pedestal on
top of the spacer.
B
Secure pedestal to wall and floor with
suitable fasteners, 1/2" anchors and bolts
(supplied by installer).
Drain
Front View
C
Using two to three people, carefully lift bowl
onto pedestal.
D
Position the bowl so that the threaded rods
in the bowl mate with the slotted holes in
the pedestal.
E
3
A
Using 1/4" wing nuts and washers, secure
the bowl to the pedestal, three places.
Wall
Mounting
Locations
Installing Drain Spud in Bowl
Loosely attach the drain spud to the bowl
with the locknut and washer.
B TRAP OPTION: attach B trap to drain spud.
Place Hands
Here When
Lifting Bowl
Place Hands
Here When
Lifting Bowl
Threaded Rod
(Secured by 1/4"
wing nut and
washer)
Pedestal
Floor Mounting Locations
Seal between drain spud and drain hole with
plumber’s putty (supplied by installer).
Drain Pre-Pack
(S45-273)
Strainer (S45-067)
Spud (112-015)
Tie Pipe OPTION: attach tie pipe bracket to
drain spud.
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B
Tighten the spud and lock nut against the
bowl.
C
Secure the strainer to drain spud with the
screws provided.
D
Connect spud (or B Trap or Tie Pipe Bracket)
to drain.
Bowl
Washer (142-068)
Locknut (161-021)
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Connect Supply Tubing to Sprayhead
Male Tube
Connector
Install 3/8" supply tubing in the sprayhead
using the male connector.
• Using a sharp razor, cut tubing squarely
and remove any burrs. DO NOT pinch or
crush end of tubing.
A
• Loosen nut on fitting. Moisten end of
tube and push into fitting until it is firmly
seated. Tighten nut to secure tube
to fitting (make sure nut is securely
tightened).
Nut
Tubing
Sprayhead
• If connector leaks, reseat tubing. If
leaking persists, replace male connector,
or call your Bradley representative for
assistance.
Tubing
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Installation
Air Metering Valve Assembly for A Drain and O Drain Units
without Tie Pipe Option
A
Install hemmed end (not sharp end) of
support tube with gasket onto bowl.
B
Place sprayhead with 3/8" tubing onto
support tube. Run the tubing down through
the support tube and connect to valve tube
connector. Make sure the spray holes point
away from the wall.
C
Place the upper tie bar (notched at both
corners of each end) on top of sprayhead
parallel to wall. Connect the longer tie rod
to the 4-1/4" tie rod using the coupling nut
with hex head set screws. Run the tie rod
assembly down through upper tie bar and
secure from underneath the bowl using lower
tie bar (no notches) and hex nut with socket
head set screw.
Tie Rod Pre-Pack
Cover
Actuator
Module
Assembly
Tie Rod Pre-Pack
(S45-1336)
Restraining Bracket
(140-126)
Coupling
Nut
Top Cover
(107-099 (A)
(107-179 (O)
Sprayhead
Tie Bar
Module
Cover
Actuator Module
Assembly (S65-134)
Sprayhead
(S05-054B)
Tie Bar
Standard Tie Rod (176-008A)
Juvenile Tie Rod (176-008)
Supply Tube
1/8" Air Tubes
Tie Rod
Section View of
A/O Unit Assembly
Support Tube
STD (S57-005)
TAS/JUV (S57-006)
Drain
(S45-273)
Support
Tube Gasket
(125-011)
Terreon Semi-Circular Bowl
(Part No. Varies with color
of bowl. Contact your local
Bradley Rep for assistance)
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Semi-Circ. Bowl Pre-Pack
(S45-1523)
1/2" Flexible
Supply Tube
Tie Bar Pre-Pack
(S45-055)
Access Panel
(186-1456)
Standard Pedestal Assembly
(S17-259)
TAS Pedestal Assembly
(S17-345)
Valve Assembly
A/O
(A shown)
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D
Air Metering Valve Assembly for A Drain and O Drain Units
without Tie Pipe Option continued...
Place the actuator module assembly on top of
sprayhead. Rotate until actuator module locks in
with tie bar. Drop 1/8" diameter tube down to valve
assembly and connect to the air valve. Make sure
air valve push button is facing away from the wall.
Unit with "O" Drain and Actuator Module
Shown, Also Available with "A" Drain
Top
Cover
Soap
Dispenser
Skip to step F for units without soap.
E
F
For units with soap option, install the spacer, soap
dispenser and cover using the third tie rod (8-5/8"
long) and second coupling nut as shown. Secure
with acorn nut and set screw.
Secure actuator module cover and top cover with
sprayhead restraining bracket, acorn nut and set
screw.
8-5/8" Tie Rod
Coupling
Nut
Spacer
Module
Cover
Standard Tie Rod
21-5/8"
Juvenile Tie Rod
18-1/8"
4-1/4" Tie Rod
Actuator Module
Assembly
(S65-134)
Coupling
Nut
Tie Bar
G
Connect supply stops onto stub-outs. Connect
flexible hoses to supply stops.
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(S57-005)
TAS/Juvenile Support Tube
(S57-006)
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Sprayhead
(S05-054B)
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Air Metering Valve Assembly for B Drain and H Drain Units with
Tie Pipe Option
A
Install hemmed end (not sharp end) of
support tube with gasket onto bowl.
B
Place sprayhead with 3/8" tubing onto
support tube. Run the tubing down through
the support tube and connect to valve tube
connector. Make sure the spray holes point
away from the wall.
C
Insert the 1-1/2" vent pipe (supplied by
installer) down through the support tube and
thread into vented trap.
Actuator
Module
Assembly
Cover
Sprayhead
Top Cover
(107-185 (B))
(107-048 (H))
1-1/2" Vent Pipe
Module
Cover
Actuator Module
Assy. (S65-134)
Supply Tube
Section View of
B/H Unit Assembly
Sprayhead
(S05-054B)
Tie Bar Pre-Pack
(S45-056)
Tie Bar
1/8" Air Tubes
Support Tube
STD (S57-005)
TAS/JUV (S57-006)
Drain
(S45-273)
Support
Tube Gasket
(125-011)
Terreon Semi-Circular Bowl
(Part No. Varies with color
of bowl. Contact your local
Bradley Rep for assistance)
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Semi-Circ. Bowl Pre-Pack
(S45-1523)
Vented Trap
(111-024)
Standard Pedestal Assembly
(S17-259)
TAS Pedestal Assembly
(S17-345)
Access Panel
(186-1456)
Valve Assembly
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B/H
(B shown)
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Air Metering Valve Assembly for B Drain and H Drain Units with
Tie Pipe Option continued...
D
Place the actuator module assembly on top of the
sprayhead. Rotate until actuator module locks in
with tie bar. Drop 1/8" diameter tube down to the
valve assembly and connect to the air valve. Make
sure air valve push button is facing away from wall.
Skip to step F for units without soap.
UNIT WITH “H” DRAIN AND ACTUATOR
MODULE SHOWN, ALSO AVAILABLE
WITH “B” DRAIN
Top
Cover
Soap
Dispenser
E
For units with soap option, slide the spacer and
soap dispenser over the 1-1/2" pipe.
F
Position the upper tie bar slightly below the module
or soap dispenser and fasten securely to vent pipe
with set screws provided. Secure top cover to tie
bar with two cap screws provided.
Spacer
Module
Cover
Tie Bar
G
Actuator
Module
Assembly
(S65-134)
Connect supply stops onto stub-outs. Connect
flexible hoses to supply stops.
Support Tube
Standard (S57-005)
TAS/Juv (S57-006)
Valve Assembly
(S45-2545)
Do not apply pipe sealant to
compression fittings.
3/8" Tube to
Sprayhead
Flexible
Hose
Sprayhead
(S05-054B)
Volume
Control Valve
Stop
1/8" Tubing to
Actuator
Air Valve
Assembly
Stop
Thermostatic Mixing
Valve Assembly
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Valve and tubing connections
Valve Bracket
3/8" Tube from
Sprayhead
Flush supply lines before making connections.
Do not apply pipe sealant to compression fittings.
A
Attach hot and cold flexible supply lines to
mixing valve assembly, two places. Make
sure the hot supply is connected to the hot
inlet on the valve (marked with the letter "H")
and the cold supply is connected to the cold
inlet on the valve (marked with the letter "C").
B
Hang valve assembly on pedestal valve
bracket.
C
Use wire tie to secure valving to valve
bracket.
D
Turn supplies on. Open stop valves
completely. Open volume control valve
completely and check piping installation for
leaks.
E
Push actuator button until air is purged from
the lines.
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Volume
Control
Thermostatic
Mixing Valve
Flexible
Hosing
Hot
Supply
Flexible
Hosing
Cold
Supply
Pedestal
Rear
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Adjust the Temperature
This valve is NOT factory preset. Upon installation, the temperature of this
valve must be checked and adjusted to ensure delivery of a safe water
temperature. Water in excess of 110°F (43°C) may cause scalding.
A
B
Loosen Cap Screw about 1/4" (4-6 turns)
and lift up cover (do not remove).
Using cover, turn cartridge gently until
desired water temperature is reached. Do
not turn past stops as this may damage
unit. Push cover down and tighten screw.
C
Clean sprayhead if necessary. Adjust the
volume control to control the flow of water.
D
Attach pedestal access panel and kick
plate with hardware provided.
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Cleaning and maintenance instructions for Terreon
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Material Description: Terreon is an NAHB Certified densified solid surface material composed of polyester resin and is resistant
to chemicals, stains, burns and impact. Surface damage can be easily repaired with everyday cleansers or fine grit abrasives.
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Routine Cleaning: Clean daily or as often as conditions require using a standard commercial or household cleaner such as
Formula 409 or Windex .
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Stubborn Stains: Remove tough stains with Ajax , Comet , or Soft-Scrub and a green Scotch-Brite pad or lightly sand in a
circular motion with 240 grit wet/dry sandpaper. The finish can be renewed with a maroon Scotch-Brite pad.
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Special Situations for Material
Scratches: Remove scratches with a green Scotch-Brite pad. The finish can then be renewed with a maroon Scotch-Brite pad.
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Hard Water Deposits: Remove hard water deposits with a mild solution of vinegar and water. Always rinse the unit thoroughly
after cleaning.
Restoring the surface: Use Hope’s Solid Surface cleaner and polish to refresh and protect the Terreon Solid Surface material.
Bradley recommends additional care and maintenance for the darker colored Terreon. For complete instructions on this additional
maintenance see Bradley document #1505.
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NOTICE! Do not use strong acid or alkaline chemicals and cleansers to clean Terreon. If these chemicals
come in contact with the Terreon surface, wipe them off immediately and rinse with soapy water.
Avoid contact with harsh chemicals such as paint remover, bleach, acetone, etc. Avoid contact with
hot pans and objects.
Repair Kits: Terreon repair kits are available. Contact your Bradley representative or distributor for part numbers and pricing.
Repair kits are made to order and have a shelf life of 30 days.
Brand Names: Use of brand names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner. This does not constitute an endorsement, nor
does the omission of any brand name cleaner imply its inadequacy. Many products named are regional in distribution, and can be
found in local supermarkets, department and hardware stores, or through your cleaning service. It is emphasized that all products
should be used in strict accordance with package instructions.
Cleaning/Maintenance Instructions for Gel-coated Fiberglass
Material Description: The Terreon Washfountains referenced in this installation manual use a gel-coated fiberglass pedestal.
Routine Cleaning: The gel-coated pedestal should be cleaned daily or as often as needed with a mild solution of detergent and
water. Always use a soft cloth to avoid damage to the finish.
Repair Kits: There are no repair kits available for fiberglass materials. However, replacement parts are available, contact your
Bradley representative for pricing and part numbers.
NOTICE! Do not expose gel-coated fiberglass to solvents as they will damage the material and may create
harmful fumes.
Brand Names: Use of brand names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner. This does not constitute an endorsement, nor
does the omission of any brand name cleaner imply its inadequacy. Many products named are regional in distribution, and can be
found in local supermarkets, department and hardware stores, or through your cleaning service. It is emphasized that all products
should be used in strict accordance with package instructions.
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Cleaning and maintenance instructions for stainless steel
Material Description: Stainless steel is extremely durable, and maintenance is simple and inexpensive. Proper care, particularly
under corrosive conditions, is essential. Always start with the simplest solution and work your way toward the more complicated.
Routine cleaning: Daily or as often as needed use a solution of warm water and soap, detergent, or ammonia. Apply the cleaning
solution per the manufacturer’s instructions and always use a soft cloth or sponge to avoid damaging the finish.
Stubborn Stains: To remove stains from stainless steel use a stainless steel cleaner and polish such as Ball stainless steel
cleaner or a soft abrasive. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and apply in the same direction as the polish lines.
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NOTICE! Never use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes on stainless steel. Always use stainless steel wool
or stainless steel brushes.
Special Situations for Material
Fingerprints and Smears: To remove fingerprints or smears use a high quality stainless steel cleaner and polish in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions. Many of these products leave a protective coating that helps prevent future smears and
fingerprints.
Grease and Oil : To remove grease and oil use a quality commercial detergent or caustic cleaner. Apply in accordance to the
manufacturer’s instructions and in the direction of the polish lines.
Precautions: Avoid prolonged contact with chlorides (bleaches, salts), bromides (sanitizing agents), thiocyanates (pesticides,
photography chemicals, and some foods), and iodides on stainless steel equipment, especially if acid conditions exist.
NOTICE! Do not permit salty solutions to evaporate and dry on stainless steel.
The appearance of rust streaks on stainless steel leads to the belief that the stainless steel is rusting. Look for the actual source
of the rust in some iron or steel particles which may be touching, but not actually a part of the stainless steel structure.
NOTICE! Strongly acidic or caustic cleaners may attack the steel, causing a reddish film to appear. The use
of these cleaners should be avoided.
Brand Names: Use of brand names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner. This does not constitute an endorsement, nor
does the omission of any brand name cleaner imply its inadequacy. Many products named are regional in distribution, and can be
found in local supermarkets, department and hardware stores, or through your cleaning service. It is emphasized that all products
should be used in strict accordance with package instructions.
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Soap Valve — Liquid — S09-007S
Parts List
Attaching
Parts
S09-007S
Item
Part No.
Description
1
118-025
Valve Body
1
2
110-007
Packing Nut
1
3
135-001L
Spring
1
4
125-001BU
Washer
1
5
119-028
Plunger
1
*
161-014
Nut
1
*
124-001D
Washer
2
*
142-002AH
Washer - Stainless Steel
1
3
1
Qty
4
5
2
* Not Illustrated
This valve delivers a measured amount of soap with each upward stroke. The soap
dispenser has been standard on washfountains since 1983 and is not well-suited for
very thick lotion soaps.
NOTICE! Lotion soap will clog liquid soap valves. Use only lotion soap
valves with lotion soap.
Soap Valve — Lotion — S09-057S
Parts List
Valve
Assembly
S09-057
18
Item
Part No.
1
124-001D
2
110-057
3
125-001AN
4
159-114
5
124-001AT
6
160-176
7
8
Description
Attaching
Parts
S09-057S
5
Qty
6
2
4
Washer
—
1
Nut
—
1
Stopper
—
1
Reinforcing Plate
—
1
Washer
—
1
Screw
—
1
S09-040
Valve
1
1
S53-045
Adaptor
1
1
1
3
7
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Soap Valve — Powdered — S09-010A
1
2
Parts List
Item
Part No.
Qty
Description
1
160-069
1
Screw, 1/4-20 RD
2
142-002X
1
Washer, 1/4 Split-Lock
3
S62-002
1
Agitator / Slide Assy.
4
192-004
1
Lever - Powdered Soap
3
4
Reducer plugs are available for use with fine granulated
soap to reduce the flow.
Valves can be changed from powdered to liquid by plugging the innermost, or “bearing” hole with rubber plug,
part number 125-001AK. To change from liquid to powdered, the plug must be removed. If none is present, it
will be necessary to drill out the bearing hole with a 1/2" or 5/8" drill. The plastic container configuration forms
a natural template for locating the bearing hole.
Soap Maintenance Tips
Soap Recommendations
Quality soap dispensers require good quality soap and periodic maintenance to properly operate. Bradley soap dispensers will
provide dependable, consistent operation over the long term when soap with reasonable viscosity and pH levels are used and
when a minimal amount of periodic maintenance is performed on the valves.
Soap thickness is determined by a measurement called viscosity. Soap viscosity should be between 100 cps (centerpoise) and
2500 cps for all Bradley soap dispensers. Thinner soaps are perceived by the users as being “watered down” so users tend to
take more than they need, resulting in waste. Thick soaps flow slower and inhibit the “flushing” action of the valves, which
allows the soap to congeal in the valve and cause clogs.
The pH (acid) level of the soap should be in the range of 6.5 to 8.5. More acidic soaps (pH levels lower than 6.5) will corrode
metal parts (even stainless steel!!) and degrade rubber and plastic components. They will also cause skin irritation. Most
inexpensive soaps (typically the pink lotion type) fall into this acidic category and will eventually cause valve failure and
metal corrosion. Base soaps (pH levels higher than 8.5) will cause swelling or degradation of rubber and plastic parts and skin
irritation.
Generally, any quality soap meeting the viscosity and pH guidelines above will work well with Bradley soap dispensers. PCMX
or Isapropanol based antibacterial soaps (within viscosity and pH limits) will also work with Bradley dispensers. Soaps satisfying
these basic guidelines will provide consistent flow and reduce clogs.
Most soap dispenser problems are caused by soap that is too thick or corrosive, or by a lack of maintenance. Many soaps come
in concentrate form which must be diluted with water. Often, the soap is improperly diluted or used straight out of the bottle, which
causes clogging and valve failure. If proper soap is being used, valves that have never been cleaned are usually the source of
dispensing problems. Bradley has entered into an agreement with Champion Brand Products to provide additional customer
service for purchasers of our dispensers regarding soap issues. They are very helpful and can get to the bottom of almost any
soap dispenser related problem. They also sell an excellent “Bradley approved” soap. Please see Soap Instruction Sheet 215-1286
for details about soap valve cleaning or how to contact Champion. With proper maintenance and soap, Bradley dispensers will
provide long term, trouble free operation.
Soap Dispenser Maintenance Instructions
Bradley soap dispensers will provide dependable, consistent operation over the long term when the proper soap is used and when
a minimal amount of periodic maintenance is performed on the valves. Valves must be maintained (cleaned) to function properly.
To ensure proper operation of your soap dispenser, follow these instructions:
• Once per month, unscrew valve from reservoir and soak it for 30 minutes in hot water.
• Push valve at least 20 times while it is soaking.
• Flush soap reservoir with hot water while valve is soaking.
In cases of extreme clogging, the valve should be disassembled and the parts should be soaked in hot water or cleaning solution
to restore proper functioning. Soap dispensers that will not be used for extended periods of time (schools during summer break,
etc.) should be drained, cleaned and left empty until put back into service. Soap left on the outside of dispensers can cause
discoloration and corrosion of the reservoir (even on stainless steel units). All soap should be wiped or scrubbed off daily, then the
outside of the dispenser should be rinsed with clear water and dried with a soft cloth.
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Sprayheads — Standard w/Neoprene Spray Ring Grommet
Repair kit does not include sprayhead
grommet. Order as a separate item.
1
4
3
2
5
9
7
10
6
8
Parts List
Sprayhead
Assembly
S05-054B
Item
Part No.
1
125-001DE
Description
Repair
Kit
S45-051
Qty
Neoprene Washer - Top
1
1
Sprayhead Manifold
1
—
Washer
3
4
2
139-031
3
124-001AL
4
160-211
Carriage Bolt
3
4
5
115-061
Sprayhead - Top
1
—
6
116-008
Sprayhead - Bottom
1
—
7
124-001AT
Washer
3
4
8
161-025
Nut
3
4
Sprayhead Grommet - Semi-Circle
1
—
Neoprene Washer - Bottom
1
1
9
124-020D
10
125-001DF
Sprayhead Service Suggestions
Problem
Water splashes over the
rim of the bowl.
Possible Cause
Solution
Foreign matter has reduced
Clean the sprayhead:
the size of the sprayhead slots,
1. Disassemble the sprayhead and dislodge any dirt, lime buildcausing greater pressure at the
up and foreign debris with a wire brush.
open slots.
2. Sprayheads with rubber grommet spray rings may be cleaned
by rubbing a coin over the grommet.
3. Throttle down the volume control (water spray should strike
the bowl without splashing outside of the bowl).
Water flow diminishes
from the sprayhead.
Strainer portion of the stopRemove and clean the strainer screen from the stop-strainer-check
strainer-check valve is plugged. valve.
The sprayhead shown above includes a perforated neoprene spray ring grommet that is self-cleaning. The
water pressure flexes the spray holes which slows accumulation of foreign matter and tends to “break loose”
any such deposits that may have accumulated.
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Actuator Module Components
U-Cup* (125-099)
Piston* (119-227A)
Duckbill Check* (198-010)
Spring* (135-065)
Screw (160-165)
Actuator Body* (118-279)
Pushbutton Assembly (S08-324)
Straight Tube Connector* (169-890)
Nut (110-115)
Acutator Bracket (140-743)
* Included in Actuator Assembly (S65-168)
Metering Air Valve Maintenance
Adjust Air Valve Meter Time
The air valve timer is located next to the tube connector on the air valve body. The timeer is capped
with a filter to prevent build-up on the timer. The air valve timing can be adjusted from 5 to 60 seconds.
A
Remove filter cap and use a screwdriver to
tighten or loosen the timer. Turning the timer
clockwise increases the time; turning the
timer counterclockwise decreases the time.
B
Continue to adjust until the timer is set at
desired length.
C
Replace filter cap over the timer.
Water Tube Connector
Air Valve
Filter Cap
Air Tube Connector
Tube Connection Leaks
A
Push in the white manual release button
while pulling the tube out to disconnect the
tube at the connector. No tools are needed.
B
To correct a leak, press tubing firmly into the
connector and make sure it is seated.
C
If leak persists, remove tubing from the fitting
and trim the tubing end square with a razorsharp knife. If leak continutes, replace the
fitting or contact your Bradley representative
for assistance.
Air Valve Tubing
Manual Release
Button
Locking Slope
Sealing Ring
Gripping Ridge
Tube Stop
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8
Turn off water supplies to the unit before
troubleshooting.
7
5
Item
Qty.
1
1
Diaphragm
2
1
Armature
3
1
Spring
4
1
AST 4 Valve Upper Body
5
1
Spring
6
1
Magnet/Diaphragm Assembly
7
1
AST 4 Valve Cover
8
1
AST 4 Valve Clamp Nut
9
1
AST 4 Valve Timer Assembly
10
2
O-Ring
11
1
AST 4 Valve Timer Cover
12
3
Screw, #8 x ⁷⁄₈"
13
1
Compression Nut, ¹⁄₈" Tube
14
1
Compression Nut, ¼" Tube
15
1
O-Ring
Problem
Valve will not
shut off.
Description
6
13
11
12
4
10
2
9
3
1
14
15
13
Cause
Solution
Timing
mechanism is
clogged.
Clean and inspect timing mechanism:
1. If compressed air is available, blow water and debris from timer cover of timing
mechanism.
2. Turn adjusting screw out all the way. Clean and inspect screw and valve body.
3. Turn adjusting screw in to desired cycle time.
Valve will not
turn on.
Water is not being Open all stops on mixing valve.
supplied to unit.
Water pressure is
over 80 PSI.
Install a pressure reducing valve.
Failed diaphragm/
magnet assembly.
Unscrew the valve clamp nut on valve. Remove valve cover. Gently press the diaphragm. The
valve should activate. If not, replace the diaphragm/magnet assembly.
Timing can not
be adjusted for
more than 5
seconds.
There is an air
leak.
Check the valve assembly:
Pushbutton
does not work
properly.
Air volume may
Check for leaks and lubricate U-cup:
not be sufficient to
1. Check all fittings for air leaks.
operate valve.
2. Disassemble pushbutton and lubricate U-cup seal (see pushbutton assembly diagram).
Water is
dripping
from the
streamformers.
Debris has
accumulated
on valve seat or
orifices.
1. Check all tubing and fittings for proper assembly.
2. Tighten cap and nut on 1/8" tubing.
Clean and inspect valve seat:
1. Remove screws and disassemble metering valve.
2. Clean valve seat and inspect for deep gouges or scratches. Replace valve body if
necessary.
3. Remove any debris clogging off-center hole in rubber diaphragm.
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Thermostatic Mixing Valve Troubleshooting
Before attempting to troubleshoot the valve or disassemble the components, check for the following
conditions:
• If stop valves are used, make sure that they are fully open.
• Make sure that the hot and cold inlet pipes are connected properly, and that there are no cross-connections
or leaking stop valves.
• Check the hot water heater output to make sure that it is at least 10° F above the set temperature.
Be sure to close the appropriate shut-off valves prior to disassembly of the valve and reopen the valves after inspection
and repair is complete.
Problem
Cause
Solution
External leaks.
Damaged cartridge or O-rings.
Replace cartridge with part number 269-1927
Improper water
temperature or
temperature
fluctuation.
Hot water supply is not 10° above desired set point.
Increase hot water supply temperature
Valve temperature is not properly set.
Adjust the temperature as shown on page 15, step 7.
Limited water flow. Dirt and debris have built up in the valve or strainer.
1. Check to make sure both hot and cold supplies are
connected to the Navigator mixing valve and that
they have water flow.
2. Remove cover and U-clip. Remove the cartridge
and clean the strainer. It is not required to grease
cartridge, however if desired, use silicone grease
only. Do not use grease on check valves.
1
Parts List
Item
2
3
Part No.
Description
Quantity
S59-4000
1
160-463
Cap Screw
1
2
107-582
Cover
1
3
269-1927
Thermostatic Cartridge
1
4
198-014
Check Valve*
2
5
132-051
Retaining Ring*
2
6
118-319
Valve Body
1
7
146-079
U-Clip
1
* Included with Prepack S65-326
4
5
Tempered Line Adapter Option
Part no. S39-804
(replaces S59-4000 if tempered
line is used)
Strainer
(173-028)
7
6
5
4
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