SloanStone EW-42000/43000 Installation Instructions

EW-40000 Series I.I. — Rev. 0 (02/03)
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
DOUBLE AND TRIPLE STATION
SENSOR OPERATED
SOLID SURFACE LAVATORY SYSTEMS
EW-42000
Double Station
Sensor Operated
Solid Surface Lavatory System
EW-42000
Double Station
Solid Surface Lavatory System
EW-43000
Triple Station
Solid Surface Lavatory System
EW-42000
Double Station
Solid Surface Lavatory System
(with Juvenile Height Cabinet)
EW-43000
Triple Station
Solid Surface Lavatory System
(with Juvenile Height Cabinet)
Installation of Sloan Optima EW-40000 Series Solid Surface, sensor operated
lavatory systems make wash-up totally "hands-free," providing the ultimate in
sanitary protection and automatic operation. The lavatory systems use infrared
technology to sense the user's presence and turn on a water supply that has been
pre-mixed to the desired water temperature. When the user's hands are removed
from the invisible beam of light, the water supply automatically turns off.
Optima EW-40000 Series Lavatory Systems are designed for easy installation
and maintenance. All system components are pre-plumbed and assembled at the
factory. Optima EW-40000 Series Lavatory Systems come complete with Optima
EW-43000
Triple Station
Sensor Operated
Solid Surface Lavatory System
Made in the U.S.A.
sensors (including 24 VAC solenoid valves and transformer), spray heads, and
can be supplied with juvenile height cabinet, thermostatic mixing valve and soap
dispenser.
The following instructions will serve as a guide when installing the Sloan Optima
Lavatory System. As always, good safety practices and care are recommended
when installing your new Lavatory System. If further assistance is required,
contact your nearest Sloan Representative office or the Sloan Installation
Engineering Department.
LIMITED WARRANTY
Sloan Valve Company warrants its Optima EW-40000 Series Lavatory Systems to be made of first class materials, free from defects of material or workmanship
under normal use and to perform the service for which they are intended in a thoroughly reliable and efficient manner when properly installed and serviced, for a
period of three years (1 year for special finishes) from date of purchase. During this period, Sloan Valve Company will, at its option, repair or replace any part or
parts which prove to be thus defective if returned to Sloan Valve Company, at customer’s cost, and this shall be the sole remedy available under this warranty. No
claims will be allowed for labor, transportation or other incidental costs. This warranty extends only to persons or organizations who purchase Sloan Valve
Company’s products directly from Sloan Valve Company for purpose of resale.
THERE ARE NO WARRANTIES WHICH EXTEND BEYOND THE DESCRIPTION ON THE FACE HEREOF. IN NO EVENT IS SLOAN VALVE COMPANY
RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY MEASURE WHATSOEVER.
LAVATORY SYSTEM ROUGH-IN
Double Station Lavatory System
MODEL EW-42000 — 0.5 gpm (1.9 Lpm) Max. — Aerator
LAVATORY SYSTEM WEIGHT (Empty) — 190 Lbs. (86 Kg)
Standard Height Cabinet
Juvenile Height Cabinet
Triple Station Lavatory System
MODEL EW-43000 — 0.5 gpm (1.9 Lpm) Max. — Aerator
LAVATORY SYSTEM WEIGHT (Empty) — 250 Lbs. (113 Kg)
Standard Height Cabinet
VARIABLE MOUNTING HEIGHT CHART
DIMENSION
Texas Accessibility Texas Accessibility American Disability
DESCRIPTION
Standard (T.A.S.)
Standard (T.A.S.)
Act (A.D.A.)
AGES 4-10
AGES 11-15
STANDARD
A ROUGH-IN
20½” (521 mm)
22½” (572 mm)
24” (610 mm)
B KNEE CLEARANCE 26” (660 mm)
28” (711 mm)
29½ (749 mm)
C RIM HEIGHT
30” (762 mm)
32” (813 mm)
33½” (851 mm)
D TOE CLEARANCE 13½” (343 mm)
15½” (394 mm)
17” (432 mm)
2
Juvenile Height Cabinet
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Prior to installing the Sloan Optima EW-40000 Series Lavatory System, install the
items listed below. Also, refer to the appropriate rough-in diagram on Page 2.
• When Using Plug-IIn Transformer — Install electrical receptacle(s) for plug-in
transformer(s) — 120 VAC, 2 amp service for each ETF-233 (24 VAC, 35 VA)
plug-in transformer used.
• When Using Box Mount Transformer — Install electrical wiring to the transformer
location — 120 VAC, 2 amp service for each standard EL-248-40 (24 VAC, 40 VA)
or EL-154 (24 VAC, 50 VA) transformer used.
• Hot and cold water supply lines or tempered water supply line
• Drain lines
Important:
• ADEQUATE STRUCTURAL SUPPORT IN OR BEHIND THE WALL IS REQUIRED.
REFER TO THE APPROPRIATE ROUGH-IN DIAGRAM ON PAGE 2 FOR DRY WEIGHT
OF SINK. STRUCTURAL SUPPORT MUST HAVE A MINIMUM PULLOUT RATING OF
1000 POUNDS (450 Kg).
• ALL ELECTRICAL WIRING SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
NATIONAL/LOCAL CODES AND REGULATIONS.
• ALL PLUMBING SHOULD BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE
CODES AND REGULATIONS.
• A 24 VAC STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER MUST BE USED FOR HARDWIRE
APPLICATIONS.
• USE APPROPRIATE PRECAUTIONS WHILE CONNECTING TRANSFORMER TO 120
VAC POWER SOURCE.
• DO NOT PLUG TRANSFORMER INTO POWER SOURCE (RECEPTACLE)
UNTIL ALL WIRING IS COMPLETED. PERMANENT DAMAGE TO THE
TRANSFORMER AND CIRCUIT CONTROL MODULE WILL RESULT IF 24
VAC WIRES TOUCH EACH OTHER OR SHORT WHEN POWER SUPPLY IS
ACTIVE.
• BEFORE CONNECTING FLEX HOSES TO SUPPLY STOPS, FLUSH ALL
WATER LINES UNTIL WATER IS CLEAR.
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLATION
•
•
•
•
Electric drill for drilling anchor holes.
Socket or open end wrench for installing anchoring fasteners.
Open end wrench for connecting water lines.
Pipe wrench for installing drain lines.
SINK LOCATION
Determine the appropriate wall location for the Lavatory System. Consider
that hot and cold water supply lines, a drain line, and an electrical source
(receptacle or wiring depending on type of transformer used) will be
required. For Cabinets with slide out panels, leave enough room on each
side of the Cabinet for panel removal. Compare the physical dimensions
of the Lavatory System to the space available for the installation. If wall is
not load bearing, a carrier may be required behind the wall. Refer to the
appropriate Rough-in diagram on Page 2 for Lavatory System dimensions.
Prior to Lavatory System installation, electric wiring, water supply and
drain must be installed.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
Step 1 — Cabinet Mounting
A
B
C
D
E
LEFT BACK PANEL
Remove plastic protective coating from all stainless parts before installation.
Measure and mark vertical centerline of lavatory system on wall.
Determine desired cabinet height. Using rough-in diagrams on page 2, identify
the type of cabinet being installed. When installing a juvenile cabinet, be sure
to identify the proper clearance required between bottom of cabinet and
finished floor. (Refer to variable mounting height chart at bottom of page 2).
Once the dimension between finish floor and bottom of cabinet is determined,
mark the wall at that height.
With help of an assistant, lift pedestal against wall, aligning bottom of cabinet
with mark made on wall. Align Center hole of cabinet with vertical centerline
on wall. Level cabinet, then mark or drill holes in wall through all mounting
holes located on back of cabinet.
Secure Cabinet to wall using wall anchors that are specific for that type of wall:
drywall, concrete, metal studs, wood studs, etc. (supplied by installer).
RIGHT BACK PANEL
MODEL EW-443000
BACK PANEL OF
CABINET
MODEL EW-442000
Step 2 — Strainer Installation
A
B
Insert strainer into Basin using plumbers putty (supplied by installer).
From beneath basin, install the rubber gasket, cardboard seat and drain nut
onto strainer. Secure drain nut against Basin.
STRAINER
RUBBER GASKET
CARDBOARD SEAT
DRAIN NUT
3
Step 3 — Basin and Actuator Housing Assembly
A
ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
Slide two ¼”-20 Tinnerman nuts into two center slots on top flange of
Cabinet.
Note: nuts should be approximately in center of slots.
With the help of an assistant, carefully lift Basin onto Cabinet aligning
mounting holes in Basin with Tinnerman nuts of Cabinet.
C Insert Left and Right Side Closure Panels between Cabinet and Basin as
illustrated.
B
Caution: Do not leave basin on cabinet unsupported. It may fall and cause damage or
personal injury.
Align slots of Left Side Closure Panel with slots of Left Side Back Panel. Install
¼"-20 x ½" fasteners loose enough for further alignment. Follow the same
procedure for the right side.
E From beneath Basin, align slots of Cabinet and Closure Panels with threaded
mounting holes beneath Basin. Install ¼"-20 x ½" fasteners in all Basin
mounting holes and tighten securely. Tighten all remaining fasteners securely.
F Locate front panel of Cabinet kit, align holes with front inserts on Basin and
secure with ¼”-20 x ½” fasteners.
G Place Actuator Assemblies on top of Basin with holes aligned. Secure each
Actuator Assembly with two (2) ¼”-20 x ½” fasteners in rear holes.
D
LEFT SIDE
CLOSURE
PANEL
RIGHT SIDE
CLOSURE
PANEL
ACTUATOR ASSEMBLY
Step 4 — Sensor and Water Line Connection
A
Locate group of colored wires attached to Terminal Block of Cabinet. Feed two
like-colored wires into each Actuator Assembly.
SENSOR
Note: Use wire tie mounts and wire ties to route and secure wiring. Wires are long enough
to accommodate various routing paths. Longer wires may need to be bundled with wire ties
so they do not come in contact with sharp corners.
B
C
Attach both like-colored wires to Sensor (either wire will work on each
connector).
Locate the 3/8” x 4” colored tubing water lines. Match up the color of tubing
with the color of wire and run tubing into each Actuator Assembly. Loosen
Plastic Nut and firmly push each tubing water line onto Spray Head, being
sure to match each color together (wire and tubing). Tighten Plastic Nut
securely.
PLASTIC NUT
ACTUATOR
ASSEMBLY
SPRAY
HEAD
LIKE-COLORED
WIRES
TUBING
WATER
LINE
Step 5 — Drain and Water Supply Line Connection
A
Install P-trap and drain lines making sure all connections are secure.
WALL
STRAINER
Note: P-trap and drain lines furnished by others.
B
Flush supply line(s) of any debris. Install Flex Hose(s) to water supply line(s).
Tighten fitting(s) securely.
WATER
SUPPLY
LINE
DRAIN
LINE
FLEX HOSE
P-TRAP
Step 6 — Supply Power to Lavatory System
For hardwire installations, make sure that power is off to the transformer prior
to making connections. Run power wires from Transformer to Terminal Block
as illustrated. Use wire ties to secure wiring. Once all wiring within the system
is connected, supply power to the Transformer.
B For Plug-in Transformer installations, make sure that power is supplied to the
receptacle. Once all wiring within the system is connected, plug the
Transformer into the receptacle.
A
Important: Plug-in Transformer MUST be used with a Ground Fault Interrupt (GFCI)
Receptacle to help prevent possible electrical shock.
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TERMINAL BLOCK
MOUNTING
BRACKET
POWER WIRES
WIRES TO
ACTUATOR
ASSEMBLIES
TERMINAL BLOCK
Step 7 — Start-Up
Turn on water supply to lavatory system. Check for leaks at water supply and drain
lines. Repair any leaks.
B With Aerator removed, activate Spray Head for 30 seconds by standing in front of
the Spray Head. The Solenoid Valve should "click," Sensor LED indicator should
blink and water should flow from the Spray Head. If this does not occur, refer to the
Troubleshooting section of this instruction manual.
C Close Supply Stops and reinstall Aerator (using the Key provided). Reopen Supply
Stops, activate Spray Head and check for leaks.
A
Optima EW-40000 Series Lavatory Systems are equipped with EL-1500-LL self adaptive infrared
sensors. No adjustment is necessary. Spray head will operate when user is 25 to 45 inches (635 to 1143
mm) from the Sensor.
Step 9 — Final Assembly
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
Slide a Tinnerman nut over the hole in each Filler Tray. Position Filler Trays between
Actuator Assemblies.
Install a ¼”-20 x 1" hex bolt into the front hole of the Actuator Assembly and
through the Basin. Secure using a Wing Nut. Follow the same procedure for the
remaining Actuator Assemblies.
Thread a Coupling Nut half-way onto one end of a Threaded Rod. Thread the other
end of the Threaded rod through the Actuator Assembly and into the threaded hole
of the Basin. The top of the Coupling Nut should be positioned just below the top of
the Actuator Assembly. Install a Wing Nut onto the lower end of the Threaded Rod to
secure the Threaded Rod from turning. Follow the same procedure for the remaining
Actuator Assemblies.
Position the Solid Surface Cover over the Actuator Assemblies aligning Cover
mounting holes with Coupling Nuts.
Install a ¼”-20 x 1” flat head fastener through the Cover and into each Coupling
Nut. Do not tighten fasteners at this time.
Install a ¼”-20 x 1½” flat head fastener through the Cover and into each Filler Tray.
Tighten all Cover fasteners at this time.
Slide ¼”-20 Tinnerman nuts over the remaining holes located on the front panel of
the Cabinet. Install Solid Surface Front Access Panels with 1/4”-20 x 1” fasteners.
FASTENER
TINNERMAN NUT
COUPLING
NUT
THREADED
ROD
ACTUATOR
ASSEMBLY
FILLER TRAY
WING NUT
FASTENER WITH
WING NUT
OPERATION
As the users enters the beam’s effective range, the beam is reflected back into the sensor
receiver and activates the solenoid valve allowing water to flow from the Spray Head. Water
will flow until the user steps away from the Spray Head or until the automatic time out limit
setting is reached.
SOLENOID SCREEN FILTER CLEANING
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
Before cleaning the Screen Filter, turn off the water supply at supply stop(s).
Activate the Spray Head to relieve any pressure in the system.
Unscrew the Filter Cap and remove it from the Solenoid Valve Housing.
Carefully remove the Screen Filter from the Solenoid Valve Housing.
Clean the Screen Filter using fresh tap water only. If necessary, use a small brush to
clean. Use caution while cleaning to prevent damage to Screen Filter.
Examine the Copper Washer for wear or damage; replace if necessary. Carefully
replace the Screen Filter into the Filter Cap. Screw the Filter Cap with Copper
Washer into the Solenoid Valve Housing and tighten securely to prevent leaks.
Turn on the water supply at the supply stop(s). Activate the Spray Head to purge any
air from the system lines. Check for leaks and repair as necessary.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
I.
No water flows when sensor is activated
Ensure that main power supply is turned “ON.” Check receptacle, transformer, solenoid, leads and
connections.
If Sensor LED does not blink:
SOLENOID VALVE
SCREEN FILTER
COPPER WASHER
FILTER CAP
A. Supply Stop(s) may be closed; open Supply Stop(s).
B. Debris is in solenoid, won’t close properly; remove operator and
clean. Reassemble in the same manner.
C. Debris may be in Solenoid filter; remove, clean and reinstall.
D. Debris is in spray head; remove, clean and reinstall.
III. Continues to run (even after power to faucet has been
disconnected)
A. Control module circuit board is faulty; replace.
B. Sensor is faulty; replace sensor module.
A. Solenoid valve is installed backwards; install correctly.
B. Debris is in solenoid, won’t close properly; remove operator and
clean. Reassemble in the same manner.
If further assistance is required, please contact the Sloan Valve Company
Installation Engineering Department at 1-888-SLOAN-14 (1-888-756-2614).
If Sensor LED blinks when user is sensed:
A. Supply Stop(s) may be closed; open Supply Stop(s).
B. Debris may be in Solenoid filter; remove, clean and reinstall.
II. Very low flow or slow dribble
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PARTS LIST
2
2
9
5
9
5
1
1
4
7
8
4
11
6
10
6
11
3
3
10
Hardware Kit
¼-20 x 4”
THREADED ROD
¼-20 x 7/8”
COUPLING NUT
4” WIRE TIE WRAP
¼-20 x 1½”
FASTENER
¼-20 x 1”
FASTENER
¼-20 TINNERMAN
NUT
4 WAY WIRE TIE
BASE
¼-20 x 1”
FASTENER
(FLAT HEAD)
¼-20 x ½”
FASTENER
¼-20 WING NUT
TT30 PINNED TORX
BIT
AERATOR KEY
TT27 PINNED TORX
BIT
Item
No.
Description
Part
No.
1
2
3
Solid Surface Basin
Solid Surface Top Cover
Front Panels
Front Panels (LP)
Strainer Assembly
Actuator Assembly
Electronic Valve Assembly
Left Side Closure Panel
Right Side Closure Panel
Filler Tray
Soap Tray
Cabinet (LP)
Cabinet (Standard)
Cabinet (Floor Mounted)
Power Supply
Hardware Kit
MIXING VALVE
MIX-135-A Below Deck Thermostatic Water Mixing Valve (BDT Variation)
SENSOR REPLACEMENT KIT
EL-1500-LL
SOLENOID REPLACEMENT KIT
ETF-408
SOLENOID FILTER REPLACEMENT KIT
ETF-1009-A
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
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Description
NOTICE:
The information contained in this document is subject to change without notice.
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