Crystal Clear Cartridge Filters Instruction
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knowledgeable in swimming pool plumbing requirements following
the Installation Instructions provided in this manual. Please pass
these instructions on to the owner of this equipment.
INTRODUCTION
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Davey Crystal Clear™
Cartridge Filters
Models: 39050, 39075,
3910039150, 39175 & 39225
Installation & Operating Instructions
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Your Davey Cartridge Filter
Weather Protection
Congratulations on your purchase of a quality product from the Davey range
of Pool and Spa Equipment. You are assured of many years of reliable and
efficient performance from your Davey Filter backed by Davey’s 5 year tank
guarantee.*
Davey Cartridge Filters are constructed of corrosion resistant materials.
However, to ensure years of reliable performance, it is recommended that
the filtration system is adequately protected from the weather.
Davey Crystal Clear™ Cartridge Filters have been specifically designed
for the filtration of spa and swimming pool water. They should not be used
for any other purpose without first consulting your Davey Dealer or Davey
Customer Service Centre.
Assembly
Davey Cartridge Filters provide economy, high performance and
convenience in a well-designed pressure filter. The polyester element can
be removed quickly for rinse cleaning without water loss. Davey Cartridge
Filters feature large filter areas which ensure even water distribution, peak
filtration performance and longer filter cycles.
Pipe Connections
The corrosion-resistant construction of Davey Cartridge Filters provides
long-life and durability. Davey Cartridge Filters are capacity matched with
Davey pool pumps forming a total pool filtration system that lasts and
lasts. Davey Cartridge Filters are also very suitable for use with other pool
pumps. Take care to match the pump and filter capacities to gain maximum
performance and efficiency.
If the pump and filter are located below pool water level, it is necessary to
fit isolating valves in the pipe between the pump and the pool, and in the
return line from the filter to the pool.
Assemble the pressure gauge to the filter lid using Teflon tape on the male
thread. Do not over-tighten.
Piping should be independently supported and not impose heavy loads on
the filter or pump. Use 40mm or 50mm pipe for pump and pool return lines.
50mm should always be used if length of piping is over 15m.
Barrel unions need to be hand tightened on. No sealant, glues or
silicones are required.
The Sparkling Clear Water Difference
Cartridge filtration is an effective trouble-free proven method of filtration.
Pool water enters the filter and passes through a polyester element
cartridge. Suspended particles are trapped and the water is returned to the
pool. As the build-up of dirt in the element increases, so the water pressure
rises and the flow decreases. When the pressure reaches an unacceptable
level, the element must be removed and cleaned. (Spray washing with a
common garden hose is generally sufficient).
1. Pump to the Filter
Davey Cartridge Filters are equipped with two inlet ports marked ‘INLET’.
Select the inlet port most suitable for the installation and plug the other
inlet port with the blanking cap provided. Using quick connect couplings,
connect the pool pump delivery piping to the selected inlet port. Tighten
by hand only. Ensure the oring on the fitting is clean, lubricated with oring
lubricant and in the correct position.
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Installation and Operating Instructions Location
2. Filter to Pool Return
The filter should be placed in its permanent location, preferably as close to
the pool as practicable. Position the filter tank and pump on a level concrete
slab or similar base. Allow sufficient space around the filter for routine
maintenance and provide for adequate ventilation and drainage.
Using quick connect couplings, connect the pool return piping to the filter
fitting marked ‘OUTLET’. Tighten the fitting by hand only. Ensure the oring
on the fitting is clean, lubricated with oring lubricant and in the correct
position.
Place the pump in position on the slab and locate the filter alongside with
the appropriate pump inlet connection oriented towards the pump. Refer to
the specification section for the minimum clearance measurements required
for each model.
The filter base is provided with four mounting holes to enable it to be
secured, if required.
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Filter Operation
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Make sure the pump is primed according to manufacturer’s directions.
Be sure all valves are open on suction and discharge lines. Ensure
the air bleed valve on the filter lid is open and the lid lock ring is in
place and secure.
Start the pump. Close the air bleed valve when water is expelled.
To determine the correct operating conditions with a clean filter, check
that the pressure gauge reading is 80kPa or below.
Record the pressure gauge reading or mark the needle position on
the face of the pressure gauge.
Operate the filter for a sufficient time to circulate the total pool water
volume daily. The filter should also be operated at all times the pool is
in use and for about one hour afterwards. During winter, the
running time may be reduced. Filter operating requirements will vary
for spa applications, depending upon the system design, type and
size of spa. Consult your builder or spa supplier.
When the pressure gauge reading is 50 - 70kPa higher than the
‘clean filter’ reading as in (4) above, it is time to clean the element/s.
(See “Cartridge cleaning procedure”)
Cartridge Cleaning Procedure
When the filter gauge reading is 50 - 70kPa above the clean filter gauge
reading, cleaning the element cartridge is required. To perform the cleaning
procedure :
1.
Switch off the pump.
2.
Close isolating valves on suction and discharge lines where fitted.
3.
Open the air bleed valve on the filter lid, unscrew the lock ring and
remove the filter lid.
4.
Lift the element/s out.
5.
In most cases the element can be easily cleaned with a garden hose,
using good velocity sprayed directly on the pleats.
NOTE: Algae, calcium, clay, sun tan oil and body oils can form
a coating on the element which may not be easily removed with
normal hosing. These materials can be removed by soaking the
element in a de-greaser and/or de-scaler. Your local Davey Dealer
will be able to recommend suitable products.
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Cartridge Re-Assembly Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Install the cartridge/s & centre pipe so that it is located in the bottom
spigot.
Ensure the filter lid oring is clean, lubricated with oring lubricant and
located in the bottom groove of the lid.
Replace the lid and press firmly in place. Screw down the lock ring,
hand tight is sufficient - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
Make sure the pump is primed according to manufacturer’s
directions.
Ensure all valves are open on suction and discharge lines.
Start the pump.
Close the air bleed valve when water is expelled.
Water Quality
Maintaining balanced water chemistry is important to the life of your pool
pump. This pump is designed to be used with Pool & Spa water, balanced
in accordance with Langlier Saturation Index, with a pH level of between
7.2 and 7.8 and is regularly treated with a chlorine sanitising agent with the
level not exceeding 3000PPM.
Please consult your local pool shop regularly to have your water tested.
Filter Care
The Davey Cartridge Filter is the heart of the pool equipment installation.
Proper care and maintenance will add many years of service and
enjoyment to your pool. Keep the exterior of the filter clean using a mild
detergent and water.
Trouble Shooting
Reduced flow of water to the pool generally indicates the filter is ready
to be cleaned. Check the filter pressure gauge. (See section on ‘Filter
Operation’). If cartridge cleaning is required, perform the steps described
earlier in ‘Cartridge Cleaning Procedure’. If there is still reduced flow after
cleaning, check for blocked or plugged lines which could restrict the volume
of water entering the pool.
In the event of installation or operation difficulties with your Davey Filtration
Equipment, contact the supplier from whom the filter was purchased or your
nearest Authorised Davey Pool Equipment Service Centre. For assistance
in locating your nearest dealer contact the Davey Customer Service Centre.
Failure to undertake regular maintenance may cause damage not
covered by warranty.
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Removal of the Filter
Danger HIGH PRESSURE. Relieve internal pressure before adjusting
clamps or opening filter.
Should it be necessary to remove the filter, the following procedure should
be followed :
1.
Switch off the pump and remove the plug from the power point.
2.
Open the air bleed valve on the filter lid.
3.
Close isolating valves where fitted.
4.
Remove: – piping connection to the pump
– piping connection to the pool return
5.
Remove filter.
WARNING! Pump suction is hazardous and can trap and drown or disembowel bathers. Do not block suction. Do not use or operate swimming
pools, spas or spa baths if a suction cover is broken, missing or loose.
Two suction covers and inlets must be provided into every pump to avoid
suction entrapment.
Specifications
CLEARANCE NEEDED TO REMOVE CARTRIDGE
NOTE: When making any enquiries about your Davey Filtration Equipment,
be certain to quote the Model Number from the nameplate on the equipment.
To avoid explosion and possible severe or fatal injury, filter pressure must
not exceed 280kPa. Do not test filter with compressed air. Check that all
clamps and fasteners are in good condition and are firmly secured before
pressurising system. Never adjust clamps or fasteners while filter is pressurised.
DANGER - Hazardous suction. Do not block water entry into filtration
system with any part of your body as the pressure can trap hair or body
parts, causing severe injury or death. Do not block suction. Turn off pump
immediately if someone becomes trapped.
Caution! Do not add chemicals directly to the pool skimmer. Adding undiluted chemicals may damage pump and filter and void warranty.
Small children using the pool or spa must ALWAYS have close adult supervision.
Routine Maintenance tasks – to maximise the life of your pool equipment & personal
safety, use this checklist once a week. Turn pump off first.
a. Make sure that any pressure gauges are in working condition and the operating pressure
is within limits as specified on the product.
b. Make sure that each suction inlet, and main drain has a cover that is securely attached
and in safe working condition.
c. Make sure that all skimmer covers are securely attached and in safe working condition.
These should be replaced every 3 to 4 years.
d. Remove any obstructions or debris from the main drain cover.
e. Ensure the skimmer baskets and the pump hair and lint pots are free of leaves and debris at least once a week.
f. Remove obstructions and combustibles from around the pump motor.
g. Make sure all wiring connections are clean and that all wiring and electrical equipment
is in good condition. Damaged wiring must be repaired or replaced by a qualified electrician as soon as damage is discovered.
h. Check water balance and sanitiser levels at your local pool shop.
Technical Data
Max
Max
Filtration
Max Flow 6 Hour 8 Hour Operating Operating
Area
Model
Rate (lpm) Turnover Turnover Pressure
Temp
(sq metres)
(kPa)
(°C)
39050
205
73,800 98,400
280
45
4.67
39075
270
97,200 129,600
280
45
7.08
39100
340
122,400 163,200
280
45
9.43
39150
450
162,000 216,000
280
45
14.16
39175
540
194,000 259,200
280
45
16.50
39225
670
241,200 321,200
280
45
21.10
Dimensions (mm)
Model
39050
39075
39100
39150
39175
39225
AB C D
410
60
540
875
410
60
540
875
410
60
635 1000
410
60
820 1360
410
60
905 1550
410
60
1110 1950
Filtration
Area
(sq feet)
50
75
100
150
175
225
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