Bradley Smoker SS-3 Plumbing Product User Manual

Installation
Instructions
For Service Only
SS-3/AST/WH97TAS
Express® Lavatory
System SS-Series
*Complies with Texas Accessibility
Standards (TAS) for Juvenile Height
applications.
Table of Contents
IMPORTANT
Read this entire installation manual
to ensure proper installation, then
file these instructions with the
owner or maintenance department.
Pre-Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-4
Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-11
Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Soap Dispenser Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .13-14
Check Valve Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
Assembly of Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-16
Metering Air Valve Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . .17
Metering Air Valve Troubleshooting . . . . . .17-18
Vernatherm™ Thermostatic Mixing Valve . . . .19
Flush all the water supply lines
before making connections.
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..
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Express® Lavatory System SS-Series
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Pre-Installation Information
Texas Accessibility Standards compliant:
The SS-3/AST/WH97TAS Express® Lavatory System meets Texas Accessibility standards
(TAS) for barrier-free clearances, reaches and controls. Always check local codes and ordinances
for compliance.
Pushbutton and air valve
Each sprayhead is controlled by a pushbutton air valve, enabling each user to activate a single flow
of water. Air valves use 0.5 gpm for a ten-second duration, meeting the ANSI/ASHRAE/IES
90A-1980 Standard.
Supplies required for installation:
• (10) 3/8" wall anchors, bolts and washers to mount frame and bowl to wall
(minimum pull-out rating of 1,000 lbs.)
• 1/2" NPT hot and cold supply piping
• 1-1/2" NPT drain piping
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SS-3/AST/WH97TAS Express® Lavatory System Dimensions
Dimensions continue . . .
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Dimensions continued . . .
Juvenile Height
SS-3/AST/WH97TAS
Grades Pre-K thru 5 or 6
Juvenile Height
SS-3/AST/WH97TAS
Grades 6 thru 8 or 9
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Installation Instructions
Step 1: Rough in
Note: See Figure 1a (below) and Figures 1b and 2 (on page 6) when roughing in the Express®.
IMPORTANT: Flush the supply lines before making connections. Debris in supply
lines will cause the valves to malfunction.
IMPORTANT: Dimensions shown in Figure 1a are for Juvenile Height grades Pre-K
thru 5 or 6, and in Figure 1b for Juvenile Height grades 6 thru 8 or 9.
1. Rough in 1/2" NPT hot and cold supply lines through wall at dimensions shown.
2. Rough in 1-1/2" NPT drain waste connection through wall at dimensions shown.
3. Install (10) 3/8" wall anchors with a minimum pull-out rating of 1,000 lbs. (supplied by
installer) at the locations shown in Figures 1a and 1b.
NOTE: The anchors will be used to mount the Express® bowl and frame to the wall.
SS-3/AST/WH97 Express® Lavatory System Dimensions
Juvenile Height Mounting (Grades Pre-K thru 5 or 6)
Figure 1a
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SS-3/AST/WH97 Express® Lavatory System Dimensions
Juvenile Height Mounting (Grades 6 thru 8 or 9)
Figure 1b
Figure 2
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Installation Instructions continued . . .
Step 2: Mount frame to wall
1. Remove the nine Torx-head screws securing the panel to the frame, and remove the panel
(see Figure 3).
2. Position the frame against the wall, ensuring that it is level.
IMPORTANT: Anchoring the frame to a wall that is not flat may cause the frame to
bend. If necessary, install shims to compensate for wall distortion.
3. Ensure that the back of the frame is flat against the wall. If wall is not flat, insert shims
behind the frame to ensure that it will not bend when anchored.
4. Once you have positioned the frame such that it is level and flat against the wall or shimmed,
use the 3/8" bolts and washers to mount the frame to the wall (see Figure 4).
FRAME
(9) TORX-HEAD
SCREW
PANEL
Figure 3
FRAME
3/8" BOLTS
AND WASHERS
Figure 4
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Installation Instructions continued . . .
Step 3: Install bowl assembly
IMPORTANT: Moving and positioning the bowl will require more than one person.
Note: Refer to Figure 5 below when installing the bowl assembly.
1. With someone to assist you, place the bowl assembly squarely onto the frame.
2. Attach the front of the bowl assembly to the frame using the four 1/4"-20 x 3/8" pan-head
screws and washers provided. Do not tighten screws at this time.
IMPORTANT: When bolting the bowl assembly to the frame and wall, do not
overtighten the bolts. Overtightening bolts can damage the
Terreon® material.
3. After the bowl assembly is attached to the frame, use two 3/8" bolts and washers (supplied
by the installer) to bolt the bowl to the wall anchors.
4. Tighten the screws installed in procedure #2 above to secure the bowl assembly to the frame.
Do not overtighten.
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BACK VIEW
Figure 5
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Installation Instructions continued . . .
Step 4: Connecting supply
1. FOR HOT AND COLD SUPPLY: Connect the flexible hoses installed to the Vernatherm™
Mixing Valve to the hot and cold water supply piping from the wall (see Figure 6a).
Note: The red marking on Vernatherm™ Mixing Valve indicates hot water supply inlet.
FOR SINGLE TEMPERED SUPPLY: Attach the stop/strainer/check valve to the 1/2" tempered supply line. Connect the flexible hose to the stop/strainer/check valve and air valve (see
Figure 6b).
Figure 6a
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
HOSE
VERNATHERM™
THERMOSTATIC
MIXING VALVE
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
HOSE
CONNECT TO
1/2" NPT COLD
WATER SUPPLY
CONNECT TO
1/2" NPT HOT
WATER SUPPLY
CHECK VALVE
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
HOSE
CONNECT E TO
TEMPERED
WATER SUPPLY
1/2 NIPPLE
(113-006DJ)
Figure 6b
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Installation Instructions continued . . .
Step 5: Connecting plastic tubing
NOTE: Refer to Figure 7a for hot and cold supplies, and refer to Figure 7b for tempered supply.
1. Connect the plastic tubing for the water supplies from the sprayhead assembly to the quickconnect fittings on the air valve as follows:
• insert the tubing with the red marking to the left valve
• insert the tubing with the black marking to the middle valve
• insert the tubing with the green marking to the right valve
IMPORTANT: The plastic tubing for the water supplies and pushbuttons are
pre-cut to the correct lengths. If the tubing is cut too short,
kinking can occur and cause leaks at the fitting locations.
2. Connect the plastic tubing for the pushbuttons from the sprayhead assembly to the quick-connect
fittings on the air valve as follows:
• insert the tubing with the red marking to the left valve
• insert the tubing with the black marking to the middle valve
• insert the tubing with the green marking to the right valve
3. Assemble the P-trap (supplied) and make drain connections.
AIR TUBING
(BLACK)
AIR TUBING
(GREEN)
WATER SUPPLY
(BLACK)
AIR TUBING
(RED)
WATER
SUPPLY
(GREEN)
WATER SUPPLY
(RED)
AIR VALVE
Figure 7a
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
HOSES
VERNATHERM™
MIXING VALVE
AIR TUBING
(BLACK)
WATER SUPPLY
(BLACK)
FLEXIBLE
SUPPLY
HOSE
AIR TUBING
(GREEN)
AIR TUBING
(RED)
WATER SUPPLY
(RED)
WATER
SUPPLY
(GREEN)
AIR VALVE
Figure 7b
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Installation Instructions continued . . .
Step 5: Completing installation
1. Turn on the water supply to the Express® and check for leaks.
2. Install the panel to the frame. Fasten panel with the nine Torx-head screws provided (see
Figure 8 below).
FRAME
PANEL
(10) TORXHEAD SCREW
Figure 8
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Cleaning and Maintenance Instructions
IMPORTANT: Strong alkaline or acid-based chemicals and cleansers should not be used
to clean Terreon®. If these chemicals come in contact with the Terreon® surface, wipe off
the surface immediately and flush with soapy water.
Terreon® and panel maintenance
The bowl and sprayhead cover are constructed of Terreon®, a densified solid surface material composed
of an acrylic modified polyester resin. Terreon® is resistant to chemicals, stains, burns and impact.
Surface damage can be easily repaired with everyday cleaners or fine grit abrasives. The panel and
sprayhead body are made of an acrylic/ABS laminate, and will not chip, peel or flake. With regular
cleaning, your Terreon® fixture will provide years of dependable service.
Cleaning
• Daily Cleaning: Wipe the surface with a damp cloth and wipe dry.
• Weekly Cleaning: Wipe the surface with a damp cloth and a household liquid detergent.
Stubborn stains can be removed as follows:
1. Using a #7448 Scotch-Brite® pad, scrub with an abrasive cleanser such as Ajax®,
Comet® or Soft Scrub® and water.
2. Clean thoroughly with soapy water and allow to dry.
• Scorch Marks: Although Terreon® will not burn, a lit cigarette in contact with Terreon® could
leave a scorch mark. Scorch marks can be removed by buffing with a #7448 Scotch-Brite pad or
with an abrasive cleaner.
• Repair kit: In the unlikely event your Terreon® surface becomes damaged, it can easily and
expensively be repaired. Contact your Bradley representative to order a repair kit and be sure to
specify color when ordering.
Panel cleaning
IMPORTANT: Do not use abrasive cleansers to clean the panel or sprayhead body.
Abrasive cleaners can mar the surface.
• Graffiti/Vandalism: If vandals create markings on the panel, Bradley recommends using
Motsenbocker’s LIFT OFF® to remove ink and spray paint. Remover #3 is for ink and markers, and
Remover #4 is for spray paint. Motsenbocker’s LIFT OFF® can be ordered through Sanitary
Maintenance Service Inc. (call 1-800-451-5523 x 425 or visit
www.santitarymaintenance.com/product.htm for ordering information). After cleaning with LIFT
OFF®, give the panel a final thorough cleaning with a liquid tub and tile cleaner to remove soil
and maintain the glossy finish.
NOTE: 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 Dispenser Maintenance
Step 1: Fill soap dispensers
The two soap valves will dispense vegetable/coconut oil liquid soaps, synthetic detergents, viscous
lotion soaps, and antiseptic solutions. A 10-15% concentration is recommended for vegetable
or coconut oil liquid soaps. Synthetic detergents, lotion soaps, and antiseptic soaps require no
dilution.
1. Using two screwdrivers (or similar tool), push up on the release tabs located beneath each
soap dispenser and pull out the soap tanks from the sprayhead (see Figure 9a).
2. To remove packing dust, rinse out each soap tank with hot water. Shake water out thoroughly
and allow to dry.
3. Pour the soap into each soap tank's filler hole (see Figure 9b).
4. After each soap tank is filled, position the soap tanks into the sprayhead openings and push into
place.
Figure 9a
FILLER HOLE
Figure 9b
(2) SOAP TANK
133-107 (GRAY)
133-131 (PUTTY)
133-131A (COAL)
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Soap Dispenser Maintenance continued . . .
Step 2: Change soap type
1. Pour out all of the soap from the dispenser.
2. Rinse the soap dispenser with hot water several times until all of the residue is removed, and
pump the valve until clean water appears.
3. Rinse the dispenser with ethyl alcohol and allow to air dry.
4. After the dispenser is dry, pour the new soap into the soap dispenser.
Step 3: Cleaning Instructions
Regular cleaning of the soap dispenser is recommended to ensure optimum performance and
maximum service life. Cleaning the soap dispenser monthly to remove soap residue, dirt, and
other accumulations should become a regular part of your washroom cleaning routine and general
maintenance program.
IMPORTANT: Do not use abrasive cleansers to clean the soap tank. Abrasive
cleaners can mar the surface.
Clean exterior: Use warm water and soap to clean the exterior of the soap dispenser. Dry with
a soft cloth.
Clean interior: Inspect the interior of the soap tank for residue or coagulation of soap. If
necessary, clean the soap tank according to the following procedure:
1. Pour out any remaining soap in the tank.
2. Fill the tank half-full of hot water and shake the tank to dislodge the soap residue.
3. Empty the water from the container and repeat steps 1 and 2 until the soap container is clean.
NOTE: If rinsing alone does not remove the soap residue, place a small chain (24 inches long)
into the soap tank with hot water and shake the container until the chain dislodges the residue.
Then remove the chain and rinse out the soap tank.
Clean internal components: To clean the internal components of the soap dispenser, pump
hot water through the soap dispenser until a clean flow of water comes out of the valve.
Check Valve Troubleshooting
If water just dribbles or does not flow from sprayhead:
1. Close the stops and check the valves that supply water to the lavatory system.
2 Inspect the stop/check valves for proper installation.
3. Remove the flexible hoses from the stop/check valves and clean the strainers, if necessary.
If water sprayhead delivers all hot or cold water:
1. Close the stops and check the valves that supply water to the lavatory system.
2. Inspect the stop/check valves for proper installation.
3. Remove the flexible hoses from the stop/check valves and clean the strainers, if necessary.
4. Inspect mixing valve for proper installation (see Vernatherm valve on page 19).
• A red marking indicates the hot inlet.
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Assembly of Components
Vernatherm™ Thermostatic Mixing Valve
Assembly S67-571
Optional Stop/Strainer/Check Valve
90° ELBOW
169-639
VERNATHERM
VALVE
(S01-116B)
FILTER
WASHER
269-1188
FLEX HOSE WITH
SWIVEL END
269-653
STOP/CHECK
VALVE
S27-102
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1/2 NIPPLE
(113-006DJ)
STOP/STRAINER/CHECK
VALVE S60-003
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Assembly of Components continued . . .
Pushbutton assembly
SCREW
160-396
ACTUATOR
BODY
118-279
1/8" TUBE CONNECTOR
169-890
U-CUP
125-099
PUSHBUTTON
ASSEMBLY
S08-324
1/4" TUBE CONNECTOR
145-090
NUT
110-115
SPRING
135-065
PISTON
119-227
O-RING
125-001CK
STREAMFORMER
115-125
Other Replacement Parts
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AERATOR
HOUSING
115-133
DIFFUSER
269-508
SCREW
160-289
Drain Assembly
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Metering Air Valve Maintenance
Metering Air Valve Repair Kits and Parts List
VALVE SEAT
117-036
RUBBER DIAPHRAGM
269-665
PLASTIC DISK
269-664
LOWER
VALVE BODY
118-183
PARTS INCLUDED
IN KIT S65-110
STAINLESS
STEEL DISK
179-082
SPRING
135-053
REPAIR KIT
S73-054A
(Note: This repair
kit also includes
kit S65-110)
CENTER HOLE
LOCKWASHER
142-002CR
SCREW
160-313
Metering Air Valve Troubleshooting
Problem: Water is dripping from the streamformers
Cause: Debris on valve seat or orifices.
Solution: Clean and inspect the valve seat.
1. Remove screws and disassemble metering valve.
2. Clean the valve seat and inspect for deep gouges or scratches. Replace if necessary.
3. Remove all debris that may be clogging center hole of plastic diaphragm assembly.
4. Remove any debris clogging the off-center hole in the rubber diaphragm.
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Metering Air Valve Troubleshooting
Problem: Valve will not shut off.
Cause: Timing mechanism is clogged.
Solution: Clean timing mechanism:
1. If compressed air is available, blow water and debris from perforated metal sleeve of timing
mechanism.
2. Turn the adjusting screw in all the way but do not force screw.
3. Turn adjusting screw out to desired cycle time.
Problem: Valve will not turn on.
Cause: Water is not being supplied to the unit.
Solution: Open all stops on the mixing valve.
Problem: Timing can not be adjusted for more than 5 seconds.
Cause: There is an air leak.
Solution: Check assembly:
1. Check all tubing and fittings for proper assembly.
2. Tighten all screws which hold valve together.
Problem: Pushbutton does not work properly.
Cause: Air volume may not be sufficient to operate valve.
Solution: Check for leaks and lubricate U-cup:
1. Check all fittings for air leaks.
2. Disassemble pushbutton and lubricate U-cup seal (see pushbutton assembly diagram on page 15).
1/4" TUBE CONNECTOR
WITH FLOW CONTROL
METERING
AIR VALVE
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Vernatherm™ Mixing Valve Maintenance and Service
*Repair kit S45-049 is pre-packaged and includes O-Ring, Flip Ring, Power Element and Spring.
Maintenance Instructions
1. Disassemble the Vernatherm™ Valve as shown,
being careful not to damage the power element.
Replace the element, if necessary.
2. If necessary, remove the old flip ring and replace
with a new ring.
NOTE: An old or worn flip ring may cause temperature
fluctuation and/or water chatter.
3. Reassemble the power element and valve body.
Apply grease to the main valve slide and gently
ease into position, rotating so that grease is
applied to the flip ring. Do not force the slide as
this may push the flip ring from its position. To
test, rotate the slide; a slight drag should be felt
when correctly installed.
4. Reassemble the valve.
Body
S73-027
Body (chrome)
S73-028
Power Element*
S27-019
Flip Ring*
125-015
Valve Slide
S01-039
Spring*
135-008
O-Ring*
125-001CH
Cover
107-261B
Screw
160-175
Service Suggestions
When servicing the valve, make sure it is installed in the correct position. The most common error
occurs when the valve is installed in the reversed position, that is, the hot line is connected to the
cold line and the cold is connected to the hot.
NOTE: A red marking indicates the hot side of the valve.
The table below lists conditions that occur when the valve is installed correctly, and when it is in
the reversed position.
IF
Valve Position is
THEN
Hot Supply
Cold Supply
Correct
Hot
Cold
Mixed 107°
Correct
Hot
No Water
Valve shuts off or drips
Correct
No Water
Cold
Valve shuts off or drips
Correct
Hot
Hot
Hot
Correct
Cold
Cold
Cold
Reversed
Hot
Cold
Cold/below 107° Hot/above 107°
Reversed
Hot
No Water
Hot
Reversed
No Water
Cold
Cold
Reversed
Hot
Hot
Hot
Reversed
Cold
Cold
Cold
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