Instructions - Watts Water Technologies

Instructions - Watts Water Technologies
IOM-WQ-PWPERMKIT
Installation, Operation
and Maintenance Manual
Model PWPERMKIT
PERMEATE PUMP INSTALLATION MANUAL
PURE WATER
Important
Please read the entire manual before proceeding with the
installation and startup. Your failure to follow any attached
instructions or operating parameters may lead to the product’s
failure.
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PWPERMKIT
Table of Contents
Pages
Package Contents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
How to Use the Quick-Connect Fittings on the RO Module . . . . . . . . 2
Permeate Pump Installation with the Standard System . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Permeate Pump Installation with the Manifold System . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Permeate Pump Installation with the KWIK-CHANGE RO . . . . . . . . 6-7
Limited Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Note: Do not use with water that is microbiologically unsafe or
of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before or after
the system.
Introduction
For maximum performance and reliability, please follow the simple
instructions in this manual.
Package Contents
Examine the components carefully to make sure no damage has
occurred to the Permeate Pump. Care should be taken to ensure
the pump is not dropped or mishandled; dropping will damage the
pump.
Package contains the following:
• (1) Permeate Pump with mounting clip
• (2) Quick-Connect Reducer Union
• (2) 3" long, 1⁄4" Blue tubes
• (1) 48" long, 1⁄4" Blue tube
• (1) 3⁄8" Quick-Connect Union Tee
• (1) 1⁄4" Quick-Connect Union Tee
• (1) 3⁄8" Plug Insert
• (1) 1⁄4" Plug Insert
How to use the Quick-Connect fittings on the RO Module
To make a connection, the tube is simply pushed into the fitting.
Place a piece of tape 1⁄2" from end of tube to indicate how far the
tube should be inserted. The unique Watts Quick-Connect locking
system holds the tube firmly in place without deforming it or restricting flow.
Cut the tube square. It is essential that the outside diameter be free of score marks
and that burrs and sharp edges be removed before inserting into fitting.
Fitting grips before it seals. Ensure tube is pushed into the tube stop.
Push the tube into the fitting, to the tube stop. The collet (gripper) has stainless
steel teeth which hold the tube firmly in position while the O-ring provides a permanent leak proof seal.
Pull on the tube to check that it is secure. It is a good practice to test the system
prior to leaving site and /or before use.
To disconnect, ensure the system is depressurized before removing the tube. Push
in collet squarely against face of fitting. With the collet held in this position, the tube
can be removed. The fitting can then be reused.
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Permeate Pump Installation
with the Standard System
Installation Steps
1.Turn off the incoming water to the reverse osmosis unit. Lift the
handle on the reverse osmosis drinking water faucet to drain the
water from the system and storage tank.
Parts Needed
(1) Permeate Pump with mounting clip
Note: If tank is equipped with a ball valve, close valve to
preserve the tank water.
(1) 48" long, ⁄ " Blue tube
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2.Before installing the Permeate Pump, remove the blue tube inserts from the ports. Refer to the diagram on Page 2 for instructions for disconnecting from a Quick-Connect fitting.
NOTE: When mounting the Permeate Pump, make sure the
outlet ports of the Permeate Pump are above the inlet ports in
order to allow entrapped air to escape
3.Cut the blue tube between the shutoff valve and the membrane
housing. Then insert the end from the reverse osmosis membrane into the Permeate Pump “PERMEATE IN” port.
4.Insert the tube from the shutoff valve into the Permeate Pump
“PERMEATE OUT” port. Use the additional blue tubing if extra
length is needed.
5.Cut the 1⁄4" waste line from the membrane (after the flow restrictor) and insert the tube from the membrane into the Permeate
Pump “BRINE IN” port (Make sure the flow restrictor is located
between the Permeate Pump and the membrane).
6.Insert the 1⁄4" red tube from the faucet air gap inlet into the
Permeate Pump “BRINE OUT” port.
7.Make sure your installation matches the diagram shown in
Figure 1.
8.Turn on the water supply. Check for leaks periodically for the
next 24-48 hours as the system fills and again after it shuts off
when the tank is full.
BLUE TUBE
⁄ " BLACK TUBE DRAIN
RED TUBE
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RED TUBE
GREEN TUBE
BLUE TUBE
GREEN TUBE
Figure 1: Standard System after installation of Permeate Pump
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Permeate Pump Installation
with the Manifold System
Installation Steps
1.Turn off the incoming water to the reverse osmosis unit. Lift the
handle on the reverse osmosis drinking water faucet to drain the
water from the system and storage tank.
Parts Needed
Note: If tank is equipped with a ball valve, close valve to
preserve the tank water.
(1) Permeate Pump with mounting clip
(2) Quick-Connect Reducer Union
2.Before installing the Permeate Pump, remove the blue tube inserts from the ports. Refer to the diagram on Page 2 for instructions for disconnecting from a Quick-Connect fitting.
(2) 3" long, 1⁄4" Blue tubes
(1) 48" long, 1⁄4" Blue tube
3.Remove the 3⁄8" Blue tube from the manifold “TANK” port and
insert the 3⁄8" Plug
(1) 3⁄8" Quick-Connect Union Tee
(1) 3⁄8" Plug Insert
4.Locate the 3⁄8" Blue tube from the manifold “FAUCET” port and
cut approximately 24" from the manifold and re-route into the
Permeate Pump “PERMEATE IN” port using a Reducer Union
and a 3" long, 1⁄4" Blue tube.
NOTE: The Permeate Pump is equipped with ¼" Quick-Connect
push-to-connect fittings. The pump can be used in RO systems
with 3⁄8" tubing by inserting a short piece of 1⁄4" tubing into the
port on the Permeate Pump and attaching a Quick-Connect
Reducer Union to the tubing. Also, when mounting the Permeate Pump, make sure the outlet ports of the Permeate Pump are
above the inlet ports in order to allow entrapped air to escape
5.Insert the 3⁄8" Blue tube from the faucet into the Permeate Pump
“PERMEATE OUT” port using a Reducer Union and a 3" long,
1⁄4" Blue tube.
6.Locate the 3⁄8" Blue tube between the faucet and Permeate
Pump, and then cut and insert the 3⁄8" Union Tee.
7.Insert the 3⁄8" Blue tube leading to the tank into the open port of
the 3⁄8" Union Tee
8.Locate the 1⁄4" Red tube between the manifold “DRAIN” port
and the faucet air gap inlet and then cut the tube 24" from the
manifold (Making sure to leave the flow restrictor plugged into
the manifold) Insert the red tube from the manifold into the Permeate Pump “BRINE IN” port and the red tube from the faucet
into the Permeate Pump “BRINE OUT” port.
9.Make sure your installation matches the diagram shown in
Figure 2
10.Turn on the water supply. Check for leaks periodically for the
next 24-48 hours as the system fills and again after it shuts off
when the tank is full.
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RED
⁄ " BLACK
TUBE DRAIN
RED
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FLOW RESTRICTOR
RED
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
BLUE
RED
BLUE
BLUE
GREEN
Figure 2: Manifold System after installation of Permeate Pump
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Permeate Pump Installation
with the KWIK-CHANGE RO
Installation Steps
1.Turn off the incoming water to the reverse osmosis unit. Lift the
handle on the reverse osmosis drinking water faucet to drain the
water from the system and storage tank.
Parts Needed:
Note: If tank is equipped with a ball valve, close valve to preserve the tank water.
(1) 1⁄4" Plug Insert
(1) 1⁄4" Quick-Connect Union Tee
2.Before installing the Permeate Pump, remove the blue tube inserts from the ports. Refer to the diagram on Page 2 for instructions for disconnecting from a Quick-Connect fitting.
(1) 48" long, 1⁄4" blue tubing
(1 - Optional) Inline Post Filter
3.Locate the blue tube coming out of the elbow above the blue filter, then cut the tube 24" from the filters and insert the blue tube
from the filter/manifold into the Permeate Pump “PERMEATE IN”
port
NOTE: When mounting the Permeate Pump, make sure the
outlet ports of the Permeate Pump are above the inlet ports in
order to allow entrapped air to escape
4.Unplug and remove the blue tube located between the shutoff
valve’s “OUT” port and the elbow above the green filter. Insert a
1⁄4" plug into the elbow.
5.Use the additional blue tube and insert one end into the Permeate Pump “PERMEATE OUT” port that the blue tube was just
removed from.
6.Insert the other end of the additional blue tube into the shutoff
valve’s “OUT” port that the blue tube was just removed from.
7.Cut the blue tube between the tank and shutoff valve and install
a 1⁄4" quick-connect union tee.
8.Insert the blue tube leading to the faucet into 1⁄4" Quick-Connect
union tee
9.Locate the 1⁄4" Red drain tube between the filters and faucet,
and then cut the tube 24" from the filters.
10.Insert the 1⁄4" Red drain tube, from the filters, into the Permeate
Pump “BRINE IN” port (making sure to leave the flow restrictor
end of the tube plugged into the filter port.)
11.Insert the 1⁄4" Red drain tube, from the faucet, into the Permeate
Pump “BRINE OUT” port.
12.Make sure your installation matches the diagram shown in
Figure 3
13.(Optional) Locate the 1⁄4" Blue tube between the faucet and
Quick-Connect union tee and install the inline post filter
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BLUE TUBE
RED TUBE
RED TUBE
BLUE TUBE
BLUE TUBE
GREEN TUBE
Figure 3: KWIK-CHANGE RO after installation of Permeate Pump
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LIMITED WARRANTY: Certain Watts Pure Water products come with a limited warranty from Watts Regulator Co. Other products may have no warranty or are covered by the original manufacturer’s
warranty only. For specific product warranty information, please visit www.watts.com or the published literature that comes with your product. Any remedies stated in such warranties are exclusive and
are the only remedies for breach of warranty. EXCEPT FOR THE APPLICABLE PRODUCT WARRANTY, IF ANY, WATTS MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT
PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, WATTS HEREBY SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND IN NO EVENT SHALL WATTS BE LIABLE, IN CONTRACT, TORT, STRICT LIABILITY OR UNDER ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, FOR
INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, LOST PROFITS OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER IT WAS INFORMED ABOUT
THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
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A Watts Water Technologies Company
IOM-WQ-PWPERMKIT 1225
EDP# 2915894
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