Operation & Installation Manual 09/26/2007

Operation & Installation Manual 09/26/2007
SMF SELECTO MODULAR FILTER
NANO-FILTRATION™
INSTALLATION & OPERATIONS MANUAL
Water Filtration Systems for the Food Service Industry
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disinfection before or after the system. Systems
certified for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected
waters that may contain filterable cysts.
UM-SMF-NF
Rev. 9-26-07
1. Installation Precautions
The Selecto SMF Series systems are carefully designed to reduce sediment, dirt, and
improve taste. These systems will also prevent scaling and corrosion in your equipment.
Follow these instructions with care and we are certain that you will be satisfied with the unit
and benefit from its low-cost operations.
What to know prior to Installation
dk The Selecto Water Treatment systems are not to be used where water is microbiologically
unsafe or with water of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after unit.
A Do not install where line pressure is outside of 40 - 125 psi, or where temperature is lower than
40°F or exceeds 100°F.
A Installation must comply with any existing state or local plumbing codes.
A The unit(s) must be protected against freezing. Failure to do so may result in cracking of the
filter and water leakage.
48 The Selecto Water Treatment system is designed for cold water line use only. Passing hot
water through the system may seriously damage filter housing.
A Filter must be in contact with water at all times.
48 Recommended pH range is 6 to 8.5.
A Recommended inlet pressure 60 psi.
A Tools needed: drill, screwdriver, tube cutters (if hard plumbing: lead free solder, heating device, and
flux)
2. Installation
Unpacking
48 Remove filter system from packaging and inspect for shipping damage. Notify shipping company
immediately if damaged.
AA Carefully lift filter system, using proper lifting techniques (use your legs, not your back) from the
box to inspect thoroughly.
A Dispose of packing material, so as not to create a tripping hazard during installation.
Positioning water filter
24 The water filter should be mounted upright on a horizontal surface without obstructions.
A Locate a position that is close to the equipment it will be supplying water to, where it is out of
the way of possible damage from day-to-day operations, and where it is accessible for cartridge
changeout when needed. There should be a 6" minimum bottom clearance.
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2. Installation (Continued)
Note: Be sure to fully read and understand all instructions prior to beginning the installation!
For ease of maintenance, and in case of system failure, an optional system bypass may be installed.
Mounting
1. Measure backplate of filter system and mark
hole locations on wall (See Item @ ). Minimum wall
space required for this system is 36" Wide X 36" Height
X 12" Depth.
a. Insure marks are level, then drill holes for an-
chors (if needed). Anchors must be properly matched,
to allow for wet weight of filter system.
b. Secure SMF water filter system to wall.
Water Connections
2. Make sure that there is a water supply close
by capable of delivering a constant 5 gpm flow rate.
If a constant 5 gpm is not available, installation of a
new dedicated line will be required. Use appropriately
sized inlet fittings and tubing to allow for a flow rate of
5 Gallons Per Minute (gpm) (See Item €).
a. Attach cold water supply source to inlet of
desired booster pump. Be sure to size correct booster
pump with proper flow for your required application.
Note: A booster pump is not required when a constant
minimum water pressure of 80 psi is available. Instal-
lation of a shut-off valve prior to the booster pump, and
after the booster pump is recommended for shutting
off the water during cartridge changes and/or servic-
ing. (See Item €)).
b. Connect Nano-Filter inlet to cold water sup-
ply from booster pump. Use approved flexible beverage
tubing where possible with correct sized tube clamps.
If hard plumbing is necessary then use only lead free
solder and protect filter housing from excessive heat.
Do not solder within 12” of plastic parts!
3. Connect outlet of Nano-Filter (See Item ($ ) to
a suitably sized bladder type storage tank, (See Item
@ ), to suit your required application using a “Cross”
type fitting, 3 ball valves, check valve & Flow Control
Valve with no less than 1/2” ID tubing. (See Item @ ).
Properly wire Flow Control to Nano Control Module.
4, Connect outlet of storage tank, (See Item @),
to post filter (See Item 6) ) using no less than 1/2” ID
tubing.
5. Connect outlet of post filter to all specified
equipment using no less than 1/2” ID tubing. It is only
permissible to decrease line size when multiple lines
are being used.”
* Teeing the tubing should be done appropri-
ately, for example 1/2" x 1/2" x 1/2". This is only to
be done at equipment location if line is to be used for
other equipment.
6. Route the waste water drain lines (See Item
E) ) to a suitable drain. Make sure to securely mount
the drain lines so that they are at least 2" above the
drain to act as a vacuum break.
Initializing the Water Filtration System
7. Check to be sure that all cartridges are prop-
erly installed. Do this by turning the cartridge counter-
clockwise, when viewed from the bottom of the car-
tridge, and then back clockwise until a positive stop
is felt (See Item €). Also see “Cartridge Changing
Instructions” (Page 6) and “Troubleshooting Guide”
(Page 7 ).
8. Open Inlet & Qutlet shut-off valves at the
booster pump and before the bladder tank. Keep the
inlet shut-off valve on the post filter closed at this time.
Open shut-off valve on the bladder tank to the drain.
9. Plug in the booster pump and the Nano-Filter
controller (See Item €EP ) to an acceptable 115VAC,
15 AMP outlet. The “red” LED's on the control module
will flash sequencially, verifying an internal diagnostic
check, and then go “off”.
10. Press and hold the “red” start button on the
controller for 20 seconds. The inlet solenoid valve will
open allowing water to begin to flow through the sys-
tem. The 1st and 4th red LED's will be “On”, indicating
that the system is producing water. All 4 red LED's will
be “On” when there is water being consumed at the
same time that water is being produced.
11. Allow the filtered water to flow to the drain
through the bladder tank drain for 10 minutes. This will
rinse the nano membranes of any storage solution.
Then close the drain from the bladder tank.
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2. Installation (Continued)
Initializing the Water Filtration System
(Continued)
12. Fully open both of the waste water drain valves
(See Item FP ) and allow to flow to the drain for
approximately 10 minutes to properly flush the nano
membranes. Then fully close both valves.
To properly adjust the system waste water al-
lowed to flow to the drain, just slightly open one efflu-
ent drain adjusting valve until a trickle flows out of the
drain tube. Continue to slowly open this valve until the
flow to the drain is approximately 1 quart (32 oz.) per
minute. Repeat this process on the second waste wa-
ter drain adjusting valve until the total combined flow
to the drain is approximately 2 quarts (64 oz.) per min-
ute. The waste water drain valves are now properly
adjusted. When the system Is in the idle mode (not
producing water), the drain lines will stop flowing to
the drain.
13. Close the drain shut-off valve on the bladder
tank, allowing the Nano-Filter system to continue mak-
ing product water until the bladder tank is full. When
the tank is full, the system will automatically shut down,
ceasing production of product and waste water.
14. Open the shut-off valve to the post filter, allow-
ing water to flow to your equipment. This drawing of
product water will close the contacts in the flow switch
circuit, telling the nano-filter controller to start mak-
ing water. The “red” LED's will illuminate, designating
which valve is energized and the status of the flow and
differential pressure switches.
15. The system is now operational. Go back and
check all connections for possible leaks and repair, as
required.
3. Maintenance
Cartridge Replacement Schedule
1. Change the “IC” filter cartridges yearly, when
the capacity of the filter cartridges has been exceeded,
or when the line pressure downstream of the post filter
housing drops to 30 psi or below during system op-
eration, whichever occurs first. Occasional dips below
30 psi and back are normal. Under normal operating
conditions, the membrane cartridges should require
no changing and last from 3 - 5 years. When pressure
and flow is severely diminished, even after changing
the "IC" cartridges, then it is time to replace the mem-
brane cartridges.
2. See the system backplate labels for correct or-
dering information of the proper cartridges.
3. For proper cartridge changing procedures, see
“Cartridge Changing Instructions” on Page 6.
4. For proper membrane maintenance & de-scal-
ing, see "Membrane De-Scaling Procedures” on Page
7.
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4. Cartridge Changing Instructions
Step #1
Refer to Figure #1
a. Unplug the booster pump and Nano control
module from the power outlets.
b. Shut off the inlet valves before the booster
pump and before the post filter.
с. Press the “Red” pressure relief buttons (See
Items ) located on the right hand end of the Nano-
Filter a n the left hand end of the post filter until no
more water comes out.
d. If changing the Nano-Membrane cartridges,
be sure to remove the waste water drain lines first by
pushing the round collar around the tubing “In”, and
pulling the tubing “Out”.
e. Grasp filter cartridge, turn counter-clockwise
1/8 turn (when viewed from bottom), and pull down-
ward about 1 1/2” to remove the filter cartridge. Prop-
erly dispose of the old cartridge.
f. Repeat Steps “c” á “e” as required to remove
all cartridges that you want to change.
Figure #1
Step #2
Refer to Figure #2
a. Remove and discard the "Red" sanitary cap
from the top of the new filter cartridge.
b. Be sure to apply sufficient lubrication (supplied)
to the O-Rings.
Lubricate
O-Rings
Figure #2
с. Align ear on cartridge with notch on filter head
per alignment label. Push cartridge upwards to insert.
Be sure to push the cartridge all of the way in! Turn the
cartridge clockwise (when viewed from the bottom),
until a definate stop is felt and the cartridge is sealed.
Hand tight is sufficient.
d. Repeat Steps A through C as required to re-
place all desired cartridges.
e Turn the inlet valve “On” prior to the booster
Pump only! Do Not run the booster pump without water!
f. Re-plug in the booster pump and Nano control
module.
d. Re-initialize the system by following steps 9
through 11 of the Initializing Instructions on page 4.
h. Close the drain at the bladder tank and turn the
inlet valve “On” prior to the post filter allowing product
water to flow to equipment. Press the “Red” pressure
relief on the post filter to relieve any air in the system
until water comes out. The system is now operational.
i. lt is recommended that the “IC” cartridges be
changed at least yearly, when pressure drops signifi-
cantly, or when bad tastes and/or odors return. See
“Maintenance” on page 5 for complete details.
J- After changing the Nano-Membrane cartridges,
be sure to ajdust the waste water drain valves by fol-
lowing the directions in “Step 12" on Page 5.
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5. Nano-Membrane De-Scaling Procedure
a. Unplug the booster pump and Nano control module from the power outlets.
b. Shut off the outlet valves after the booster pump (® and after the bladder tank GJ .
с. Press the “Red” pressure relief button on Nano-Filter (See Item GE} ) located on the right hand end of
the System until no more water comes out.
d. Open the bladder tank drain valve @ and completely drain the bladder tank.
e. Grasp the furthest left filter cartridge (SMF C620) o , turn counter-clockwise 1/8 turn (when viewed
from bottom), and pull downward about 1 1/2" to remove the filter cartridge. Properly dispose of the old car-
tridge.
f. Install 10” Nano-Membrane De-Scaling Cartridge by following the Cartridge Installation Procedures out-
lined in “Step 2”, “a” thru “c” on Page 6.
9. Open the outlet shut-off valve at the booster pump & re-plug in the booster pump and Nano control
module.
h. Re-initialize the system by following steps 9 and 10 of the Initializing Instructions on page 4.
CAUTION: DO NOT OPEN THE VALVE 9 LOCATED AFTER THE BLADDER TANK!
I. Close the drain at the bladder tank С and allow the Nano-Filter to run de-scaling solution through it
until the bladder tank is full. When the tank is full, the system will automatically shut down, ceasing production
of product and waste water. This will properly sanitize the bladder tank while at the same time de-scaling the
Nano-Membranes. Open the bladder tank drain @ and fully open the “Waste Water Drain Lines” €) . Continue
to allow de-scaling solution to flow to the drain for 20 minutes.
J- Close the drain at the bladder tank @ -
К. Unplug the booster pump and Nano control module from the power outlets and shut off the outlet valve
after the booster pump ©.
В Press the “Red” pressure relief button on Nano-Filter (See Item GE} ) located on the right hand end of
the System until no more water comes out.
m. Follow the “Cartridge Changing Instructions” on Page 6 to properly remove the De-Scaling Cartridge and
discard, and re-install a new or existing SMF IC620 cartridge.
n. Repeat steps “g” and “h” above.
O. Allow the Nano-Filter to run filtered water through it until the bladder tank is full. When the tank is full, the
system will automatically shut down, ceasing production of product and waste water. Open the bladder tank drain
and and fully drain. This will properly rinse any residual de-scaling solution from the bladder tank. Close the drain
and repeat the rinsing function 3 times.
p. Close bladder tank drain valve @ , open valve О located after the bladder tank, and turn the inlet valve
“On” prior to the post filter allowing product water to flow to equipment. Press the “Red” pressure relief on the
post filter to relieve any air in the system until water comes out.
q. Properly adjust the “Waste Water Drain Lines” following “Step 12” on Page 5. The system is now opera-
tional.
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6. Troubleshooting Guide
Leaks
All SMF Series Modular Filtration Systems are factory pressure tested. It is normal to experience leaks of a few
drops of water at the various O-Ring sealed junction points at initial Start-Up only. This will subside after a couple
of minutes as soon as the O-Rings become under pressure and seat properly. For any laks lasting longer than
this, or those that are more than a few drops, please see the troubleshooting points below. Note: The inlet valves
before the booster pump and before the post filter must be tured “OFF” and the “Red pressure relief buttons (See
items €ED ) located on the right hand end of the Nano-Filter and on the left hand end of the post filter must be
pressed until no more water comes out before attempting to repair any leakage problems.
Leaks at Threaded Connection Points
This type of leak should be repaired by remov-
ing the fitting and applying additional thread sealant
compound. Do not attempt to repair by tightening the
fitting more! Overtightening fittings into plastic parts
may cause the plastic to crack. This type of damage is
considered abuse, and not covered by the warranty!
Leaks at Junction of Modular Fittings to Filter Head
If leaking persists at the junction points, remove
the retainer clip carefully by inserting a screwdriver or
other object into to the hole and gently prying "UP" to
remove. Gently remove the leaking fitting by “pulling
straight out”. Apply additional lubricant (supplied) to the
O-ring and re-insert the fitting by gently “pushing all the
way in" until the shoulder on the fitting contacts the fil-
ter head. Examine the retaining clip for any cracks from
removal and re-insert by “pushing straight down” until it
is all the way in. If retaining clip is cracked or stretched
in any way, discard it and use a new one (supplied). If
the above procedure does not cure the leak, repeat the
processes above, replacing the O-Ring (supplied). See
diagram below.
Retaining Clip
Lubricant
FE
Leaks Between Cartridge and Filter Head
While looking at the top of the filter system,
grasp the cartridge and turn slightly counter-clockwise,
when viewed from bottomand then back clockwise,
making sure that the ears on the cartridge are fully en-
gaged into the filter head. The round locking tab in the
filter head will be engaged into the half-round recess in
the cartridge ear. See diagram below.
Round Locking Tab
If leakage persists, remove cartridge by follow-
ing the procedures outlined in "Step 1" of the "Cartridge
Changing Instructions” on Page 6. Inspect the O-Ring
on the top of the cartridge for damage. Replace with a
new O-Ring (supplied) and lubricate well with lubricant
supplied. Replace the cartridge by following the proce-
dures outlined in “Step 2" of the “Cartridge Changing
Instructions” on Page 6. See diagram below.
New O-Ring —— |
Lubricant
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6. Troubleshooting Guide (Continued)
Bypassing the Filter System
The purpose of the Selecto SMF Modular Filter System
is to provide consistant safe, clean ingredient water. By-
passing the system is not recommended. However, in the
case of system malfunction or a damaged or clogged filter
cartridge, it may sometimes become necessary to bypass
the system. This may be accomplished 2 different ways.
If a hard plumbed bypass was initially installed, you may
operate the appropriate valves to completely bypass the
system. Or, individual cartridges may be bypassed by re-
moving the filter cartridge and following the procedures out-
lined in “Step 1" of the “Cartridge Changing Instructions” on ANI ete
Page 6, and installing the "Bypass Plug” in its place. When L'ERT CARTRIDGE.
installing the “Bypass Plug”, it is necessary to properly lu-
bricate the O-Ring using the lubricant provided. Install the
plug the same as a replacement cartridge by following the
procedures outlined in “Step 2” of the “Cartridge Changing
Instructions” on Page 6. Be certain to properly engage the
“Ears” on the "Bypass Plug” fully into the round locking tab
in the filter head as outlined on the previous page. See the
diagram at right.
Troubleshooting No Water Coming Out of System
A. Check the complete water circuit to be sure all ball valves are in the “Open” position, press the “Red”
pressure relief buttons (See Items €ED ) located on the right hand end of the Nano-Filter and on the left hand
end of the post filter several times to see if any water is flowing out. Check lines running to equipment for
pinched conditions or failure.
B. Check the “Drain” shut-off valve at the bottom of bladder tank to be sure that it is closed, and not allow-
ing all of the water to run into the drain.
C. Check whether the solenoid valve at the left end of the Nano-Filter is turned on. You will see (1) red
LED on the Control Module turn on and you should hear a “click” sound at the very beginning when the system
Is turned on.
D. If the LED in Step “C” is functioning, but water still does not come out from the pressure relief buttons
as outlined in Step “A”, it indicates that the solenoid may not be getting energized or the valve is bad. There-
fore, the valve needs to be repaired or replaced.
E. If the Control Module does not have any “Red” LED’s on, press the “Red” reset button once. If there
still are no LED's on, check to make sure that the Control Module 24VDC transformer is plugged into the wall
and that the transformer lead is properly plugged into the Control Module. Also, check to be sure that your wall
outlet has power, and that a circuit breaker has not “blown”.
F. If the power supply is O.K. and the Control Module is not responding at all, then the Control Module
may be defective and need to be replaced.
G. If all of the above checks fail to alleviate the problem:
Please call our Customer Service Hot Line at (800) 475-4017, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm EST
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7. Specifications
SMF NF620-2
System Part: #83-6202
Replacement “IC” Cartridge: #108-020
Replacement Membrane Cartridge: #108-220
Chlorine : 100,000
Chloramine : 30,000
Reduction of Hardness minerals by 75%
Sulfate Reduction from 200 ppm down to 30 ppm
Rated Capacity (Gallons):
Flow Rate: 2 gpm
Min./Max. Pressure: 40-125 psi
Min./Max. Temp.: 40°- 100° F
Inlet/Outlet Size: 1/2" Barb Standard
Shipping Weight: 43 Lbs.
Dimensions (W/D/H): 34/10/36”
SPECIFIED TO:
+ Provide Safe, Clean Ingredient Water on Demand
+ Reduce Bacteria, Cysts, Viruses, Organic Carbon, Tannins,
Calcium, Alkalinity, — Trihalomethanes, Sulfates, Scale,
Bad Tastes and Odors.
* Increase Carbonation
NOTE: System is intended for indoor use only! Do not
splash any electrical components or Control Module!
SMF IC600
System Part:
Replacement Cartridge:
Rated Capacity (Gallons) @ 5 gpm:
#80-6100
#108-010
Chlorine : 50,000
Chloramine: 15,000
Flow Rate: 5gpm
Min./Max. Pressure: 40-125 psi
Min./Max. Temp.: 40°- 100° F
Inlet/Outlet Size: 1/2" Barb Standard
Shipping Weight: 16 Lbs.
Dimensions (W/D/H): 14/9/19"
SPECIFIED TO:
* Improve Taste of Fountain Beverages
* Provide Safe, Clean Ingredient Water
« Reduce Chlorine, Chloramine, Bad Tastes and Odors,
Total Organic Compounds, Tannins and Trihalomethanes
*_ Increase Fountain Sales
* Increase Carbonation
8. Warranty
CLAIMS POLICY
All claims, whether concealed or not, are the responsibility of the account. Any carton damage or shortages should be noted on the bill of lading at
the time or receipt of the shipment, in accordance with 1.C.C. Regulations. If the concealed damage or loss is noted by the account while unpacking the
shipment, the carrier should be notified immediately, per |.C.C. Regulations.
SELECTO must be notified, in writing, including a copy of the carrier's claim form, of any damage or loss claims within 45 days. Failure to so notify
SELECTO releases SELECTO from any liability.
WARRANTY POLICY
SELECTO warrants the Product to be free of defects in material and workmanship. Any defects wil be remedied by SELECTO in the manner
provided below.
The Plastic Housing(s) on the Product carry a five (5) year unconditional warranty for parts and labor, except for modular changes and abuse. This
Warranty together with any and all warranties implied by law, shall be limited to a duration of one (1) year on all other parts and components.
This Warranty does not apply to defects or damage due to abuse, neglect, misuse, accident, alteration, freezing, fire or damage not caused by
SELECTO. In no event will SELECTO be liable for incidental or consequential damages from a defective unit or improper installation. CHECK ALL
CONNECTIONS FOR LEAKS BEFORE OPERATING THE UNIT.
SELECTO's responsibility under this warranty shall be to repair, at it's expense, any Product that is actually defective, or otherwise in violation of this
Warranty. If SELECTO for any reason cannot repair a Product covered hereby within three (3) weeks after receipt of the defective unit, then SELECTO's
responsibility shall be at its option, either to replace the defective Product with a comparable new unit at no charge, or to refund the full purchase price.
SELECTO's obligations of repair, replacement, or refund are conditional upon return of the defective Product to SELECTO. If any Product covered
hereby is actually defective within the terms of this warranty, then SELECTO will bear all the reasonable and proper shipping or mailing charges incurred
in the return of the Product as set forth herein. If the Product proves not to be defective within the terms of this Warranty, then all costs and expenses in
connection with processing of the consumer's claim hereunder shall be borne by the consumer.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS, WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE.
WARRANTY IS VALID ONLY IN THE CONTINENTAL UNITED STATES.
RETURN POLICY
All returns, whether defective or not, must be pre-approved by SELECTO, and accompanied by a pre-approved valid, return goods number clearly
marked on the outside of the shipping container. All returned goods must be shipped prepaid to SELECTO from point of origin. Returns not shipped
prepaid will be refused.
0 - 30 Days: 15% restocking fee
61 - 90 Days: 35% restocking fee
31 - 60 Days: 25% restocking lee
After 90 Days No Returns Accepted
3980 Lakefield Court, Suwanee, GA 30024 USA
Fax: 678.475.1595 www.selectoinc.com
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