Installation Instructions
Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual
Steambath Generator Systems
Residential Models: MS90E – MS400E and MSSUPER1E – 6E
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READ ME FIRST!
! WARNING As you follow these
instructions, you will notice warning and
caution symbols. This blocked information is
important for the safe and efficient installation and operation of this generator. These
are types of potential hazards that may
occur during installation and operation:
! WARNING Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could
result in death or serious injury.
! CAUTION Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided may result in
minor or moderate injury or product damage.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This highlights
information that is especially relevant to a problemfree installation.
All information in these instructions is based on
the latest product information available at the
time of publication. Sussman-Automatic Corporation
reserves the right to make changes at any time
without notice.
When installing and using this electrical equipment, basic safety precautions should
always be followed, including the following:
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
2. ! WARNING DO NOT permit children under
the age of 16 to use this steambath.
3. ! WARNING Steam is hot and can cause
injury or death if improperly used. Steam rooms
contain steam and elevated temperatures.
Please read and observe all warnings in this
manual before installing or using a steam room.
4. ! WARNING To reduce the risk of injury:
A. The wet surfaces of steam enclosures
may be slippery. Use care when entering
or leaving.
B. The steam head is hot. DO NOT touch the
steam head and avoid the steam near
the steam head.
C. Prolonged use of the steam system can raise
excessively the internal human body temperature and impair the body’s ability to regulate its internal temperature (hyperthermia).
Limit your use of steam to 10-15 minutes
until you are certain of your body’s
reaction.
HYPERTHERMIA occurs when the internal temperature of the
body reaches a level several degrees above the normal body
temperature of 98.6° F. The symptoms of hyperthermia
include an increase in the internal temperature of the body,
dizziness, lethargy, drowsiness, and fainting. The effects of
hyperthermia include:
D. Excessive temperatures have a high
potential for causing fetal damage during the early months of pregnancy.
Pregnancy or possibly pregnant women
should consult a physician regarding
correct exposure.
E. Obese persons and persons with a history of heart disease, low or high blood
pressure, circulatory system problems,
or diabetes should consult a physician
before using a steambath.
F. Persons using medication should consult a physician before using a steambath since some medication may
induce drowsiness while other medications may affect heart rate, blood pressure and circulation.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
a) Failure to perceive heat;
b) Failure to recognize the need to exit the steambath;
c) Unawareness of impending risk;
d) Fetal damage in pregnant women;
e) Physical inability to exit the steambath; and
f) Unconsciousness.
! WARNING The use of alcohol, drugs, or medication can greatly increase the risk of hyperthermia.
Designed, Engineered
and Assembled in the
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PUR 100472A Rev 1.17
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43-20 34th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101
9410 S. La Cienega Blvd. Inglewood CA 90301
TEL:
TEL:
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1 800 72 STEAM
FAX:
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FAX:
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RESIDENTIAL STEAMBATH GENERATOR SYSTEMS
INSTALLATION, OPERATION
MODEL _______________________________
& MAINTENANCE MANUAL
MODELS: MS-90E, MS-150E, MS-225E, MS-400E, MS-SUPER 1E,
MS-SUPER 2E, MS-SUPER 3E, MS-SUPER 4E, MS-SUPER 5E, MS-SUPER 6E
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Important Safety Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inside front cover
Select Your MrSteam Model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Generator Specification Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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INSTALLER SECTION
Before Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Steam Room Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Water Quality Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Locating the Steam Generator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Typical Installation Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Installation: Plumbing, Water Supply, Drain, Steam Outlet
Safety Valve, Drip Pan, AromaSteam . . . . . . . . . . 6
Steam Head Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Steam Generator Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Electrical Specifications & Field Power Wiring . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10-11
Optional Tandem Cable Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Initial Start-Up & Checkout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Optional & Accessary Equipment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
System Status Codes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Liquid Level Control Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Optional AutoFlush System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Optional Drip Pan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Optional Express Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Parts Identification Diagrams. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Replacement Parts List. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
CONTROL INSTALLATION
Before Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Control Rough-In . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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HOMEOWNER SECTION
Important Safety Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Setting Steam Bath Temperature & Duration . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Safety & Operating Info. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Care Tips for Controls and Generator Maintenance . . . . . . 20
Using the AromaSteam Essential Oils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Warranty. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
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SELECT YOUR MRSTEAM
! WARNING In considering the purchase or
use of this steambath system, please note that if
you are pregnant, have a coronary condition, are
in poor health, are being treated for any other
medical condition, or are using medication or
drugs, MrSteam recommends that you obtain the
approval of a physician before use.
For information about this product and safety
issues, please call 1.800.76.STEAM
MrSteam @ Your Fingertips:
Start working smarter with MrSteam’s mobile sizing app,
now available for the iPad®, iPod® and most smart phones.
Visit mrsteam.com to size your generator automatically
or go directly to: http://isizing.mrsteam.com
IMPORTANT NOTES:
For steam rooms constructed of acrylic or
synthetic materials, select next lower-rated
MS model.
Materials of construction, room size and special design features such
as large glass areas, all affect the steam generator model selection.
1. Measure length, width & height in feet of the steam/shower or tub/shower
Multiply the Length ____ x Width_____ x Height _____ =
ROOM VOLUME
2. Construction Materials:
For natural stones: natural marble,
stone, shale, glass block or concrete
Add 110%
For ceramic or porcelain tile on
cement board or mortar bed
Add 40%
3. Ceiling Height: For each foot above 8 feet
Add 15%
The MrSteam Sizing Chart allows for up to 60 feet
of insulated steam line from the MS generator to
the steam room. If the 60 foot line is exceeded
consult with factory. The steam generator control
locations must be taken into account. A 30 foot
cable is standard. Contact MrSteam to purchase
an optional 60 ft. cable PN 103990-60 for
iTempo® and AirTempo® and PN 104117-60 for
iSteam®. The maximum cable length is 60 feet.
4. Add all figures above to obtain the Total Room Volume required
Compare your Room Volume to the Chart below
and select the appropriate model.
R E S I D E N T I A L S T E A M G E N E R AT O R S S P E C I F I C AT I O N C H A R T
KW
Amps (for
240v/1PH)†
Wire
Size‡
Total Adj.
Room Vol.
Water Usage
Gallons††
MS90E
5
21
10
100
0.67
14½"L x 14¾"H x 6¾"D
30
MS150E
6
25
8
150
0.80
14½"L x 14¾"H x 6¾"D
30
MS225E
7.5
32
8
225
1.0
14½"L x 14¾"H x 6¾"D
30
MS400E
9
38
8
360
1.2
14½"L x 14¾"H x 6¾"D
30
MS SUPER 1E
10
42
8
475
1.4
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D
40
MS SUPER 2E
12
50
6
575
1.6
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D
40
MS SUPER 3E
15
63
4
675
2.0
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D
40
MS SUPER 4E
20
84
8
875
2.7
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D x 2
80
MS SUPER 5E
24
100
6
1075
3.2
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D x 2
80
MS SUPER 6E
30
125
4
1275
4.0
17"L x 18½"H x 77⁄8"D x 2
80
Model No.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• Add C1 suffix to Model No. for 240V/1Ph; Add B1 suffix to Model No. for 208V/1Ph.
• Models SUPER 1E-6E must use iTempo/Plus® control.
• All MrSteam MS Models are cULus Listed and CE approved.
Dimensions*
Shipping
Wt. (lbs)**
*Dimensions are for generator only, without
AutoFlush® or plumbing features.
**Shipping weight and pricing are for generator only,
without control or steamhead.
†† Water usage based on 20 minutes of operation.
NOTES: All MS Generators available in 240v/1PH, 208v/1PH and other voltages/phases.
† Amps are for 240/1PH rated units.
‡Wire size (AWG) based on minimum 90˚C rated THHN copper conductors.
Refer to the National Electrical Code for other types of conductors.
See MrSteam® Installation and Operation Manual for complete dimensional and installation information.
MS SUPER 4E includes two MS SUPER 1E steam generators, and require one iTempo/Plus® Control, and two matching steamheads. MS SUPER 5E includes two MS SUPER 2E
steam generators, and require one iTempo/Plus® Control, and two matching steamheads. MS SUPER 6E includes two MS SUPER 3E steam generators, and require one
iTempo/Plus® Control, and two matching steamheads.
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BEFORE INSTALLING
ume and construction. If any questions, please refer to
MrSteam sizing and selection guide on page 2.
Carefully inspect the Steam Generator and packaging for
shipping damage. In the event of shipping damage, please
contact the carrier for claim information. Our
customer service department can assist you with any
missing or damaged parts.
3. Marble or glass walls or ceilings. “ENLARGE” the room’s
size, requiring a generator larger than one based only
on the room’s cubic foot (L x H x W) volume.
4. The physical size of the unit, clearance for plumbing
servicing, and its distance from the steam room must all
be considered before final installation.
Read these instructions before installation or service.
Although this MS steambath generator has been fully qualified for shipment by MrSteam®, the following must be
reviewed for proper, safe and enjoyable steam bathing:
1. Verify that the model and accessories specifications are
correct for the incoming line voltage.
5. Consider any controls and accessories before initiating
installation. Read the Installation and Operation Manual
of all controls and accessories available at
www.mrsteam.com technical downloads.
2. Insure steambath generator has been correctly sized for
the steambath room. Pay particular attention to room vol-
6. Record the serial number of the steam generator in the
space provided in the table of contents of this manual.
STEAM ROOM GUIDELINES
1. Steam room must be completely enclosed, with full
walls, door, floor and ceiling.
2. It is recommended that a gasketed door is used for
steam containment.
3. ! WARNING To prevent slip and fall hazards non-skip
strips must be installed on the steam room floor.
4. Check the suitability of any materials with the
manufacturer. Walls and ceilings must be constructed
of water-resistant, non-corrosive surface, such as tile,
marble, molded acrylic, or other non-porous material.
5. The ceiling should be sloped to prevent dripping of
condensate.
! WARNING The peel and stick warning label located in this
manual is an essential part of providing a safe environment for
steam room users. The peel and stick warning label must be
applied to the wall of the shower or steam enclosure, at a point
that is visible to all users. Failure to install this sticker may result in
serious injury or death. The location where this owner's manual is
kept shall be written in the space provided on the label using permanent ink. For a replacement warning label contact MrSteam
customer service at 1-800-76-STEAM or hello@mrsteam.com
6. Provide a floor drain.
7. No heating, venting or air conditioning devices
should be installed inside the steam room.
8. Steam room tile construction information is available
from the Tile Council of America, Inc. by purchasing
the TCA Handbook for Ceramic Tile Installation.
Tel. (864) 646-8453 or www.tileusa.com.
9. Windows that are part of the steam room should be
double paned and tempered safety glass.
10. Limit steam room ceiling height to 8 feet. Exceeding
8 feet may require a higher-rated steam generator.
Not Actual Size
! WARNING Never use damaged equipment, doing so may
result in an inoperative or hazardous installation.
• Discontinue use of the steam generator and control if the steam
generator or control are damaged or otherwise not functioning
properly. Doing so may result in an inoperative or hazardous
installation
• ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. MrSteam steam generators are
connected to 240V line voltage and contain live electrical
components. All installation and service to be performed by
qualified and licensed electricians and plumbers only. Installation
or service by unqualified persons or failure to use MrSteam parts
may result in property damage or in a hazardous condition.
• The MS series of steam generators are for residential use only.
Commercial or other nonresidential applications void the warranty and may adversely affect product performance and may represent a safety hazard.
! CAUTION If acrylic, fiberglass or other non-heat resistant materials are used as part of the steam room enclosure. Consult with the
material manufacture and see pg. 7, “Installing the Steamhead" for
additional details.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
This document contains important safety, operation and maintenance
information. Leave this document with the homeowner. Do not discard this document.
The following general information should be used in conjunction with
consultations with an architect, designer and contractor in determining factors necessary in providing a suitable and safe steam room.
MrSteam steam generators are intended to be operated with
MrSteam iSteam®, AirTempo®, iTempo/Plus®, iTempo® Home Wizard®
and iGenie® controls only, and are to be installed strictly in accordance with the specific instructions contained in this manual and as
supplied in the manuals provided with the controls or accessories.
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WATER QUALITY INFORMATION
For optimum results, the water supply should be tested prior
RECOMMENDED FEEDWATER QUALITY
Hardness, ppm 8 – 85 (~0.5 – 5 gpg)
P-Alkalinity, ppm 85 – 410 (~5 – 24 gpg)
T. Alkalinity, ppm 200 – 500 (~7 – 0 gpg)
pH (strength of alkalinity) 8.0 – 11.4
to installation. If the mineral content exceeds the following
recommended limits, various external treatment processes
are recommended to correct the problem.
NOTE: An analysis of the on-site water must be made by
a recognized and reliable water treatment company to
ascertain the existing condition and treatment required.
Poor water quality can affect efficiency or result in steam generator damage. Water contains impurities in solution and suspension. These impurities concentrate in the generator. The
concentration of these impurities increases as more feedwater
is introduced into the generator and steam is produced. If the
suspended solids are allowed to concentrate beyond certain
limits, a deposit or “scale” will form on the generator internal
surfaces. This deposit can interfere with the proper generator
operation and cause generator failure. The concentration of
these impurities is generally controlled by the water quality
and by periodic draining of the generator.
Every 2 months, or more often in “hard” water areas,
the manual drain valve should be opened fully flushing
out accumulated materials, salts and other particles
which are natural by-products of boiling water.
The optional AutoFlush System feature automatically
drains the MrSteam® generator following each use.
A time delay allows the water to cool down (about
two hours) before it drains by gravity for a safe and
gentle operation.
LOCATING THE STEAM GENERATOR
Select a location as near as practical to the steam room.
Typical locations include: closet, vanity cabinet, heated attic or basement.
NOTE: The standard length of the cable for connecting the control to the steam generator is 30 feet. The steam generator and
control must be located accordingly. A 60 foot cable is available as a special order part for iTempo® and AirTempo®, PN 10399060 and PN 104117-60 for iSteam®. The maximum cable length is 60 feet.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The control cable should be run in a dedicated 1" conduit to facilitate installation and service.
! WARNING DO NOT route iSteam, AirTempo, iTempo/Plus, iTempo, HomeWizard or iGenie control wiring inside conduit
together with power lines or close to hot water or steam piping. Doing so may result in an inoperative or hazardous installation.
!
WARNINGS (Items 1-4)
Insure the steam generator is properly secured and level
when mounting with keyhole slots to prevent damage to
the steam generator.
7. Install steambath generator in an upright position only
to prevent damage to the generator.
1. DO NOT install steambath generator inside steam
room, a shock hazard will occur
2. DO NOT install steambath generator outdoors or
wherever environmental conditions may result in a
shock hazard or affect performance of the generator.
3. To prevent damage to the steam generator or a fire
hazard DO NOT install steambath generator near
flammable or corrosive materials or chemicals such as
gasoline, paint thinners, or the like. Installation in areas
having high concentrations of chlorine (such as pool
equipment room) must be avoided.
4. Burn Hazard. Steam line, safety valve, drain valve and
plumbing become hot during operation and remain
hot after shutdown for a period of time. Provide
appropriate protection, including insulating plumbing
lines. Avoid plumbing runs and steamhead locations
that can come in contact with bathers.
IMPORTANT NOTES: (Items 8-12)
8. Install anti-water hammer device as necessary.
9. Provide a minimum of (12) inches at both ends and top of
the steam generator or as required for servicing. See page 8.
10. Provide unions as required to facilitate installation
and disconnection of piping.
11. MrSteam controls can be located inside the steam room
or on the outside of the steam room. See the Control
Installation Manual for your specific control package for
specific details.
12. The MS series of steam generators are for residential
use only. Commercial or other nonresidential applications
void the warranty and may adversely affect product
performance and may represent a safety hazard.
! CAUTIONS (Items 5-7)
5. DO NOT install steambath generator or plumbing lines
in unheated attic or any locations where water could
freeze and cause pipes to rupture and cause property
damage.
6. Install steambath generator on a solid and level
surface. Keyhole slots are provided for wall mounting.
NOTE: MrSteam Generators (inclusive of the iTempo, AirTempo
and iSteam series Controls) are CE and UL listed.
! WARNING Suitable for operation in ambient not
exceeding 45 °C (113˚ F)
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TYPICAL MRSTEAM INSTALLATION
! CAUTION The control features an integral
temperature sensor. Locate the control in a location
representative of the desired steambathing temperatures. Do not locate the control above or near the
steam head or direct steam emissions.
NOTE: Drawings for illustrative purposes only.
Consult with qualified designer, architect or
contractor for steam room construction details.
iSteam®, AirTempo®
or iTempo® Control
Refer to Control
Installation Manual
for installation
information
Provide unions as required to facilitate
installation and disconnect of piping
Control cable run in
1” conduit (located
behind the wall)
Field installed
water supply line
Field installed
power supply
Steam
Generator
Drain Valve must be closed
when the optional
AutoFlush is not installed
Steam Head (shown with optional acrylic shield)
See page 7 for Steam Head Installation information
Field installed
steam supply pipe
! CAUTION To avoid unintentional steambath operation, do not locate the control
where other controls, accessories, shower heads, valves, body sprays or similar within the
shower could cause confusion or interfere with the MrSteam control’s intended use and function.
When installing the optional AromaSteam, install a downward facing 90-degree T in the steam supply line. See the
AromaSteam Installation Manual for complete information.
TYPICAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR MODELS MS SUPER 4E, 5E & 6E (shown with optional AutoFlush)
1. Install each steam generator as in a single installation. Install generators as close as practical to each other, not exceeding 10 feet.
The interconnecting cable length is 12 feet.
2. ! WARNING Shock Hazard. Power must be disconnected at the main electrical supply. Remove steam generator covers. Retain screws and covers for reuse.
Primary Unit
Power
Supply
3. Connect the iSteam® or AirTempo® control to either
unit as per the Installation Manual supplied with
each control.
iSteam or
AirTempo
Control
Interconnecting
Cable PN 103904
Control
Cable
4. Remove one knock-out on each generator as shown.
Insert the ends of interconnecting cable provided
(PN 103904) through the knock-outs as shown in
diagram. Connect each end to the printed circuit
board connector labeled "TANDEM" as shown.
Water Feed
Line
5. Prevent the interconnecting cable from contacting
hot surfaces such as steam outlet, safety valve
and the like.
Steam Heads
shown with
optional acrylic
shields
6. Connect separate plumbing and power supplies
for each unit. Replace covers with cover screws.
7. Provide unions as required to facilitate installation
and disconnection of piping
Printed Circuit Board Component
shown enlarged for illustrative purpose.
Secondary Unit
Optional AutoFlush®, see AutoFlush
Installation page 14
NOTE: The secondary unit will de-energize when the
steam room reaches steambathing temperature resulting
in a more gentle and energy efficient operation.
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INSTALLATION
STEAM OUTLET (1⁄2" NPT)
PLUMBING
1. DO NOT install any valve in steam line. Flow of steam must
be unobstructed.
2. Use 1/2-inch brass pipe or copper tubing from unit to steam
head as permitted by codes.
3. Insulate steam line with fiberglass pipe insulation or similar
insulation rated 212° F or higher.
4. Pitch steam line 1/4" per foot towards steam head or steam
generator to avoid valleys and trapping of condensate.
NOTE: Running the steam line down and then up will create a
steam trap blocking the flow of steam.
All plumbing shall be performed by a qualified licensed plumber
and in accordance with applicable National and local codes.
1. Use unions on all pipe connections.
2. Use only brass piping or rigid copper tubing as permitted
by codes.
3. DO NOT use black, galvanized, PVC pipe or PEX except as
noted below.
WATER SUPPLY (3⁄8" NPT)
1. Connect to cold water line.
NOTE: Water feed line may be flexible copper tubing, braided
hose, PVC or PEX if permissible by local codes.
NOTE: A 1.5" hole in the steam room is required to mount the
steamhead.
2. Provide a shut off valve in the water supply line upstream of
the steambath generator.
3. DO NOT overheat inlet solenoid valve with solder connections.
Overheating will damage parts.
4. Flush inlet water line thoroughly before making connection
to unit.
5. Strainer recommended upstream of feed water connection.
6. In order to reduce operating noise, reducing feed water pressure to between 15 - 20 psi is recommended. Optional pressure reducing valve part number 104198.
7. Provide anti-water hammer device as required.
8. Install an approved backflow preventer as required
by local codes.
DRAIN (1⁄2" NPT)
! CAUTION The drain from the generator should not share an
undersink trap, unless the generator is mounted higher than the
sink to prevent damage to the generator if the drain backs up.
SAFETY VALVE (3⁄4" NPT)
Where permitted by local codes, provide an outlet plumbing
connection for safety valve.
! WARNING To insure proper and automatic safety valve
operation: DO NOT connect a shut off valve or a plug at safety
valve outlet. DO NOT connect a shut off valve or any obstruction in steam supply pipe. DO NOT connect the safety-valve
output into the steam line.
DRIP PAN
MrSteam strongly recommends the use of a drip pan in the
unlikely event of a plumbing leak. Check local plumbing codes
for receptor, trap and vent requirements. Drip pans drain by
gravity. The drip pan is equipped with an integral 3/4" fitting.
See page 15 for additional drip pan installation information.
NOTE: Do not plumb the generator drain and drip pan drain
together in such a way that will cause drain water to back into
drip pan.
NOTE: A drain valve is provided to facilitate servicing. Provide a
drain line connection from steambath generator drain valve
according to National and local Codes. Check local plumbing
code for receptor, trap and vent requirements. Do not connect
Drain line and Safety Valve line together. Unit drains by gravity.
AROMASTEAM
If the optional AromaSteam Electronic Oil Delivery System
(PN: MS AROMA) is to be installed, a 90 degree T plumbing
fitting must be installed at a designated location on the steam
outlet line. See the MrSteam AromaSteam Operation and
Instruction Manual (PN: 100402) for installation information
before the steam line is installed at the technical downloads
section of www.mrsteam.com
NOTE: Do not plumb the generator drain and drip pan drain
together in such a way that will cause drain water to back into
drip pan.
! WARNING DO NOT drain into a steam enclosure or any
location where accidental contact with drain water may occur. In
the event of a power failure the AutoFlush System valve will
open and may discharge boiling water causing a scalding hazard.
DO NOT connect the drain valve to the steam line
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INSTALLING THE ROUND OR SQUARE
AROMASTEAM STEAMHEAD (1⁄2" NPT)
1/8" minimum clearance required
when Acrylic Shield is used.
NOTE: A 1 ⁄2" clearance hole around the steam pipe is
needed to mount the steamhead.
STEP 1
Locate steam head 6-12 inches above floor, except for:
1. Tub/shower enclosures, install 6 inches above tub top edge.
2. For enclosures with acrylic or other non-heat resistant
flooring install Acrylic Shield Part Number MS-103938.
3.To prevent door seals from deteriorating do not locate
the steam head where direct steam emission would contact
door seals.
See installation instructions provided
with the Acrylic Shield.
Use Teflon® or
equal sealant on
pipe threads
1
Steam
Supply Pipe
Apply with silicone or equal
sealant as required for
moisture seal.
End of pipe to be recessed
1/4" (without Acrylic Shield)
1/8" (with Acrylic Shield)
Oil Well
STEP 2
Install steamhead with the oil well facing up as shown. Hand
tightening is sufficient when teflon or equal pipe thread sealing
compound is used.
STEP 3
STEP 3
1
Secure a bronze drop ear fitting to a header and run a ⁄2"
copper steam line from the steam generator to the drop ear
fitting. Install a temporary nipple (6" or longer) in the drop ear
fitting to locate the steamhead after the wall is finished.
STEP 4
After the wall has been finished, mark on the nipple where the
surface of the wall is. Remove the nipple and measure the
1
portion that was in the wall (the end to your mark). Subtract ⁄4"
from that dimension and select a brass nipple of that length to
finish the installation.
Drop Ear
Fitting
STEP 5
Wrap teflon tape around the threads of the new nipple and screw
the nipple into the steamhead. Do not use wrenches or tools which
would damage the steamhead's finish.Wrap teflon tape around the
threads of the nipple and screw the nipple and steamhead assembly you just made into the drop ear fitting in the wall. The steamhead should be flush with the wall and the well must be facing up.
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STEP 4
IMPORTANT NOTE: DO NOT disassemble steamhead.
MrSteam’s steamhead is shipped fully assembled and requires
no additional assembly.
To preserve steam head finish, DO NOT use wrench or other
tools to tighten. DO NOT use abrasive cleansers or chemicals.
Use only water with mild soap and a non-abrasive sponge.
STEP 5
! CAUTION Because the steam head and direct steam
emissions are very hot, locate the steam head where incidental
contact by bather with the steam head or direct steam emission
cannot occur.
Consult with supplier of acrylic, fiberglass and other non-heat
resistant enclosures for recommended steamhead location.
Use Acrylic Shield PN MS-103938 (round) or PN MS-103938SQ
(square). See instructions provided with steam shield.
Steamhead
(shown with
optional acrylic shield)
Locating Nipple
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GENERATOR DIAGRAM
D
Water Inlet
Control &
Accessory
Connections
Steam Outlet
Safety Valve
Optional AutoFlush
Manual Drain Valve
”
for servicing
J
IMPORTANT NOTES:
Provide a minimum of (12) inches at both ends and top of
the steam generator or as required for servicing. Alternately,
provide unions as required to facilitate installation and disconnection of the steam generator.
The minimum clearance from combustible surfaces is zero
all around.
Side View Showing
Element Access Panel
MS 90E- MS 400E MS Super 1E-3E
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A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
(127)
71⁄4
(184)
8 ⁄8
(206)
97⁄8
(251)
111⁄4
(392)
151⁄2
(394)
5
1
1
3
14 ⁄4
(392)
18 ⁄4
(476)
17⁄8
(48)
11⁄4
(32)
2
(51)
21⁄4
(57)
57⁄8
(149)
6
(152)
5
(127)
47⁄8
(124)
6 ⁄8
(175)
77⁄8
(200)
2
(51)
2
(51)
141⁄2
(368)
17
(432)
7
1
1
2 ⁄2
(64)
2 ⁄2
(64)
63⁄8
(162)
63⁄8
(162)
NOTES:
TO AVOID EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE DO NOT
CONNECT POWER
SUPPLY DIRECTLY TO
ELEMENTS !!!
1. M=Optional AutoFlush
2. All units in inches (MM)
3. MS Super 4E includes (2) MS Super 1E units
4. MS Super 5E includes (2) MS Super 2E units
5. MS Super 6E includes (2) MS Super 3E units
WATER INLET
3
STEAM OUTLET
1
SAFETY VALVE
MANUAL DRAIN VALVE
All drawings are for illustrative purposes only
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AUTOFLUSH VALVE
⁄8” NPT
⁄2” NPT
3
⁄4” NPT
1
⁄2” NPT
1
⁄2” NPT
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ELECTRICAL
Max Room
Vol
Model No. (Cu. Ft.*)
KW
Wire Size
Phase
Amps
Wire Size
(AWG)for 40˚ C (AWG) for 45˚ C
Ambient
Ambient
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! WARNING All electrical wiring to be installed by
208
a qualified licensed electrician in accordance with
National Electrical Code and local electrical code.
1
24
10
8
3
14
12
12
240
1
21
10
10
12
12
12
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208
1
29
8
8
MS-150E
150
6.0
3
17
10
10
240
1
25
8
8
14
12
12
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208
1
36
8
8
MS-225E
225
7.5
3
21
10
10
240
1
32
8
8
18
10
10
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208
1
44
8
6
MS-400E
360
9.0
3
25
8
8
240
1
38
8
8
22
10
10
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208
1
49
6
6
MS-Super
475
10.0
3
28
8
8
1E
240
1
42
8
6
24
8
8
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208
1
58
6
4
MS-Super
575
12.0
3
34
8
8
2E
240
1
50
6
6
29
8
8
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208
1
73
4
3
MS-Super
675
15.0
3
42
8
6
3E
240
1
63
4
4
36
8
8
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MS-90E
POWER WIRING
See “Field Power Wiring” Diagrams (below)
1. Check power voltage. Use 240V rated unit when supply
is greater than 208V. (Most homes have 240V, 1PH
service). Use 208V rated unit for 208V power.
2. Use minimum 90˚ C/300V rated insulated copper
conductors only, sized in accordance with National
Electrical Code and local electrical code for the current
in Ampere Chart. If allowed by codes, NM cable may
require a larger wire size than as listed on the chart.
3. Connect suitably sized equipment grounding wire to
ground terminal provided.
4. Install a separate circuit breaker between supply and
unit. Provide a power supply disconnect within sight
of the steam generator or one that is capable of being
locked in the open position.
5. For single phase units, use two-wire supply source and
equipment grounding wire. Neutral (white) wire is not
required.
! WARNING
Volts†
100
5.0
*See page 2 for room sizing.
†
All specifications shown are for 208V and 240V Consult factory for other voltage specifications.
PROVIDE A POWER SUPPLY DISCONNECT WITHIN SIGHT OF THE STEAM GENERATOR OR ONE
THAT IS CAPABLE OF BEING LOCKED IN THE OPEN POSITION AS REQUIRED BY CODE.
Contactor
FIELD POWER WIRING
1. TO AVOID EQUIPMENT DAMAGE
DO NOT CONNECT POWER SUPPLY
DIRECTLY TO ELEMENTS!!!
Liquid Level
Control Board
Transformer
Liquid
Level Probe
Water Feed
Solenoid
Power Supply
Knock-Out
Field
Wiring
Water Feed
2. L1, L2, Ground to be field wired
AutoFlush® Plug and
Play Connection
(see page 14)
3. Super 1E 240/1 models
are not supplied with internal fusing.
4. All Drawings are for illustrative
purposes only. Consult with qualified
licensed electrician for electrical
installation.
Steam Outlet
Models MS 90E–MS 400E
(single phase wiring shown)
Power Block
Liquid
Level Probe
Power Supply
Knock-Out
Fuses Liquid Level
Control Board
Contactor
Transformer
Water Feed
Solenoid
Field
Wiring
Water Feed
AutoFlush® Plug and
Play Connection
(see page 14)
Models MS Super 1E-6E
(single phase wiring shown)
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SINGLE PHASE 208/240 VOLT WIRING DIAGRAMS
POWER INPUT
LEGEND
TRANSFORMER
(All Diagrams)
FIELD
WIRING
MODELS MS90E, MS150E,
MS225E, MS400E
FACTORY
WIRING
WATER
FEED
SOLENOID
VALVE
GROUND
CONTACTOR
AutoFlush
SteamGenie or
iGenie (optional)
TO PROBE
HEATING ELEMENT
POWER INPUT
MODELS MS SUPER-1E,
MS SUPER-2E,
MS SUPER-3E
(Note: Super 1E 240V
does not have fuses)
iSteam, AirTempo
iTempo/Plus or
iTempo Control
CONTROL BOARD
TRANSFORMER
FUSES
WATER
FEED
SOLENOID
VALVE
GROUND
AutoFlush
CONTACTOR
SteamGenie or
iGenie (optional)
TO PROBE
HEATING ELEMENT
iSteam, AirTempo
iTempo/Plus or
iTempo Control
CONTROL BOARD
THREE PHASE 208/240 VOLT WIRING DIAGRAM
POWER INPUT
MODELS MS90E, MS150E,
MS225E, MS400E,
MS SUPER-1E,
MS SUPER-2E,
MS SUPER-3E
TRANSFORMER
GROUND
WATER
FEED
SOLENOID
VALVE
CONTACTOR
AutoFlush
(optional)
SteamGenie or
iGenie (optional)
HEATING ELEMENT
TO PROBE
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iSteam, AirTempo
iTempo/Plus or
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FOR MODELS: MS-SUPER 4E, MS-SUPER 5E AND MS-SUPER 6E
1. Install each unit as in a single installation. Install the two generators as close to each other as possible.
2. ! WARNING Shock Hazard. Power must be disconnected at the main electrical supply before removing
steam generator covers.
3. Connect the iSteam®, AirTempo® or iTempo/Plus® control to either generator per the control instructions..
4. Remove one knock-out on each generator as shown. Insert the ends of interconnecting cable provided (PN 103904)
through the knock-outs as shown in the Diagram on page 5. Connect each end to the printed circuit board as shown.
5. Connect separate plumbing and power supplies for each unit.
Wiring Diagram: MS-Super 4E, MS-Super 5E, MS-Super 6E
LEGEND
(All Diagrams)
FIELD
WIRING
PRIMARY UNIT
FACTORY
WIRING
SECONDARY UNIT
AutoFlush
(optional)
AutoFlush
CONTACTOR
(optional)
iTempo/Start
(optional)
{
iSteam, AirTempo
or iTempo/Plus
OPTIONAL TANDEM CABLE
For connecting more than 2 steam generators in tandem
SECOND UNIT
PRIMARY UNIT
TO FIFTH UNIT
TO FOURTH UNIT
TO THIRD UNIT
AutoFlush
AutoFlush
(optional)
(optional)
Steam Genie
(optional)
iSteam, AirTempo
or iTempo/Plus
PLUG THIS END
TO MASTER UNIT
Optional Tandem Cable for 2-5 Generators
Length is 30 ft. PN: 103917
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INITIAL START-UP AND CHECKOUT
1. Turn on control. Follow specific instructions provided with controls.
2. Steam will begin to appear in approximately 5 minutes (unless equipped
with factory-installed Express Steam option) at the steam head. Steam
will shut off when desired temperature is reached and will automatically
resume when room temperature drops below set point.
3. Steam will shut off automatically when control counts down to zero.
To shut steam off manually, turn control OFF. To clear steam from
enclosure area, turn shower on before opening door.
4. If unit does not start and control does not turn ON (control display does
not light up) then turn breaker off for 20 seconds and try again.
5. Check all internal and external plumbing fittings for leaks while the
steam is on.
OPTIONAL & ACCESSORY EQUIPMENT
Refer to specific instruction manual for installation, operation and maintenance of optional equipment and
accessories such as iSteam®, AirTempo®, iTempo/Plus®, iTempo®, Home Wizard®, iGenie® and MSTS.
TROUBLESHOOTING
! WARNING All electrical troubleshooting to be performed by a qualified licensed electrician
IMPORTANT NOTE: The model and serial number is printed on
the data plate on the front of the steam bath generator.
Step 1 Check main incoming power to the unit.
Step 2 Ensure the black wires from the primary side of the transformer are connected
to the quick connect tabs on the line side
of the contactor.
Contactor
6
8
1
Step 3 Verify that you have 24VAC
coming out of the transformer, WHT &
WHT/BLU wires, into the board.
Water Feed
Solenoid
9
Step 4 Verify that you have the green
light on the PC board.
Step 5 Push the white test button to
run the generator for 10 minute test
cycle. Make sure the steam room is
empty.
2
Transformer
3
Power Supply
Knock-Out
Water Feed
AutoFlush
and Play
Connectio
7
Field Wiring
Liquid
Level Probe
Liquid Level
Control Board
Step 6 Verify that you have 24 VAC to the water feed
solenoid, GRY & WHT/GRY wires (will fill when needed).
Ste
Ou
4
5
Step 7 Temporarily short out the WLS (Purple wire) and GND (Green wire) terminals and verify the contactor engages.
Step 8 When the red light is on, verify 24 VAC,
RED & WHT/RED wires, to the contactor.
Step 9 Check main voltage on the
load side of the contactor when it is engaged.
Step 10 If all steps on the power path were verified, turn off power to the unit
and pull the heating element via the left hand access panel for inspection.
DO NOT disassemble internal components,
internal components contain no serviceable parts.
All drawings are for illustrative purposes only
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SYSTEM STATUS CODES
The control (either iSteam®, AirTempo®, iTempo® or iTempo/Plus®) may display a status code if the steam generator is not functioning
properly.
Code
H20
Code Meaning
Water level is not
satisfied within 5 min.
Prr1
or Prr2
Temperature Probe Error
Err1
Err2
Probable Cause
Suggested Remedy
Water Supply is off
Turn on Water Supply
Defective water feed solenoid
Check/replace water solenoid valve
Water feed probe not functioning
Check/clean probe.
Check probe wiring.
Drain Valve Open
Check/Close drain valve
AutoFlush not functioning
Check/Replace AutoFlush
Control cable/MSTS cable cut
Replace control cable/MSTS
Internal problem with control/MSTS
Replace control / MSTS
Incorrect Field Supply Voltage
(green light on liquid level
control board will be off)
Incorrect voltage supplied
to Generator
Supply steam generator with the correct
voltage noted on the data plate label.
Button on control is pressed
for more than 5 minutes
Control cover misalignment
Remove and reinstall control cover
Debris behind control cover
Remove control cover and clean cover,
control and keypad with a damp cloth
Errb
Water level not satisfied in a tandem set up - Check secondary generators, see H20.
Err7
Liquid Level Control Board malfunction
Memory error in LLCB
Press ON/OFF to clear.
Replace control if code remains.
LIQUID LEVEL CONTROL BOARD Explanation of LED Indicators
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GREEN
LED is ON when there is 208/240 Volt incoming power connected,
24 Volt transformer secondary output and on-board 5 Volt DC control power are present.
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YELLOW
Water level indicator–LED is OFF when no water is detected (for more that 5 seconds). ON when
water level is satisfactory. For units with AutoFlush, if more than five hours have elapsed since
last usage and this LED is ON it is indicative of an AutoFlush or water level probe circuit malfunction.
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RED
Contactor relay indicator–LED is ON when relay is closed and sending 24 Volts to the
contactor coil. (This LED comes ON if the generator is ON.)
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FORCE ON
Press this button to operate the generator. This button is for trouble shooting only and will operate
TEST BUTTON if a control is connected or not. Pressing the button again will shut the generator OFF. The test button
will only allow the generator to operate for 10 minutes.
Liquid Level Control Board
PN 103975
(shown without wiring)
r)
we
el)
(Po
er)
Lev
N
eat
ter
EE
a
R
(H
G
(W
D
W
RE
LO
YEL
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OPTIONAL AUTOFLUSH®
Steam Generator
Box Contents
AutoFlush Valve with Cord
Installation Instructions.
3 Pin Connector
for AutoFlush
OPERATION
The optional AutoFlush System feature automatically drains
the MrSteam generator following each use. A time delay
allows the water to cool down (about two hours) before it
drains by gravity for a safe and gentle operation.
AutoFlush Cord
Connector
NOTE: If the Express Steam® option has been installed, the
AutoFlush will drain for ten minutes then refill with fresh water
to begin the pre-heat cycle.
AutoFlush Cord
Nipple copper or brass
nipple 1⁄2" NPT x 31⁄2" or
longer (not supplied)
AutoFlush
Valve
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Plumbing to be performed by a qualified plumber and shall be in
accordance with applicable national and local codes. Unit drains
by gravity. A drain line that is lower than the AutoFlush® assembly
must be available. The AutoFlush System valve outlet is 1⁄ 2“ NPT.
Check plumbing code for receptor, trap and vent requirements.
2. Use copper or brass nipple 1⁄ 2“ NPT x 31⁄ 2“ or longer (not supplied)
to connect AutoFlush valve (end "B") to the Drain Valve (valve end
“A” and “B” are indicated on bottom of AutoFlush Valve)
Drain Valve
(shown in the correct
open position)
DO NOT REMOVE
THIS DRAIN VALVE
End
"B"
Plumb to
Drain Line
End
"A"
Arrow indicates correct direction of flow
! CAUTION DO NOT REMOVE THE DRAIN VALVE
Removal may cause equipment and property damage. If there is
not enough room for the valve, an elbow and a short nipple
(not provided) can be added.
3. Open Drain Valve (handle must be aligned with brass nipple).
4. Connect the AutoFlush System cord connector to the three pin
connector as shown.
AutoFlush
Valve
! WARNING DO NOT drain into a steam enclosure or any location
where accidental contact with drain water may occur. In the event of
a power failure the AutoFlush System valve will open and may discharge boiling water causing a scalding hazard.
Steam Generator
SWEAT FITTINGS
When using sweat fittings use only tin base solder with a melting
point below 600 degrees F. DO NOT overheat. Ends of water supply
tubing must be thoroughly clean for a minimum distance of 1" from
ends. DO NOT remove valve cover.
Drain Valve
DO NOT TURN OR REMOVE
THE DRAIN VALVE
(shown in the correct open
position)
Nipple
Plumb to
Drain Line
AutoFlush Shown Fully Assembled
TO CHECK OPERATION
1. Turn on MrSteam and allow tank to fill with water.
2. Turn off MrSteam control. Water should stay in tank.
3. Turn off power at the panel box. Water should
discharge from tank.
4. Turn on power at panel box.
5. Repeat
! CAUTION
PROVIDE DRAIN PLUMBING ACCORDING TO LOCAL
CODES. PLUMB AS REQUIRED FOR AUTOFLUSH SYSTEM.
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OPTIONAL DRIP PAN
MrSteam strongly recommends the use of a drip pan
in the unlikely event of a plumbing leak.
Locate the drip pan on a solid level surface and
place the steam generator inside the drip pan.
Insure the steam generator is level (see page 4 for
locating the steam generator).
All plumbing shall be performed by a qualified
licensed plumber and in accordance with applicable
national and local codes. Check local plumbing
code for receptor, trap and vent requirements.
Drip pans drain by gravity.
The drip pan is equipped with an integral female
NPT fitting.
3⁄4"
NOTE: Do not plumb the generator drain and drip
pan drain together in such a way that will cause drain
water to back into drip pan.
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OPTIONAL EXPRESS STEAM
(only available factory installed)
Available for all MS Models. Express Steam generators are equipped with a low power heating element
and thermostat to keep the water in the tank warm
enough to bring up steam quicker. All Express Steam
components and wiring are installed at the factory.
No additional wiring or plumbing is required by
installers.
All drawings are for illustrative purposes only
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PARTS IDENTIFICATION DIAGRAMS
Contactor
Liquid Level
Control Board
MS REGULAR MODELS
Liquid Level Probe
MS65E - MS400E
(with AutoFlush®)
shown with cover removed
Transformer
Water Feed
Solenoid
Power Supply
Knock-Out
Water Inlet
Plug and Play
Connection (see page 13)
Steam Outlet
Access Cover
NOTE:
FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.
Some components may be omitted or
altered for clarity. DO NOT use for wiring,
repair or other purposes not related to
component identification.
Safety Valve
Express Steam
Heater (optional)
AutoFlush
Valve
(optional)
Heating Element
Stainless Steel Tank
Nipple
Manual
(not included)
Drain Valve
Drain Line
MS SUPER MODELS - MS SUPER 1E- MS SUPER 6E
(with AutoFlush®)
shown with cover removed
Power Block
Fuses
Liquid Level
Control Board
Contactor
Transformer
Liquid Level Probe
NOTE: Super 1E 240/1
models are not supplied
with internal fusing.
Water Feed
Solenoid
Power Supply
Knock-Out
Water Inlet
Plug and Play
Connection (see page 13)
Element
Access Cover
Safety Valve
NOTE:
FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY.
Some components may be omitted or
altered for clarity. DO NOT use for wiring,
repair or other purposes not related to
component identification.
Steam Outlet
AutoFlush
Valve
Express Steam
heater (optional)
(optional)
Heating Element
Stainless Steel Tank
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Nipple
(not included)
Manual
Drain Valve
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REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
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Part No.
Description
Generator
99178MS
99297
100479
10477-3
103975
103904
103917
103990-60
104117-30
104117-60
MSTS
Drain Valve
Safety Valve 15PSI
Water Feed Solenoid Valve w/filter
Transformer 24VAC
Liquid Level Control Board
Tandem Cable for 2 generators (12 ft.)
Tandem Cable for up to 5 generators (30 ft.)
Cable for iTempo Control (60 ft.)
Cable for iSteam , AirTempo and iTempo (30 ft.)
Cable for iSteam (60 ft)
Remote Temperature Probe
for iTempo/Plus and AirTempo
Remote Temperature probe for iSteam
Contactor 50A 2-pole
Contactor 50A 3-pole
Contactor 50A 4-pole
Probe Assembly
Heating Element Gasket
Acrylic Shield iTempo & iTempo/Plus
Acrylic Shield iTempo & iTempo/Plus
Power Fuse 60A 250V
Heating Element 5 KW 208V
Heating Element 5 KW 240V
Heating Element 6 KW 208V
Heating Element 6 KW 240V
Heating Element 7.5 KW 208V
Heating Element 7.5 KW 240V
Heating Element 9 KW 208V
Heating Element 9 KW 240V
Heating Element 10 KW 208V
Heating Element 10 KW 240V
Heating Element 12 KW 208V
Heating Element 12 KW 240V
Heating Element 15 KW 208V
Heating Element 15 KW 240V
iGenie
iGenie Interface Module
iGenie Interface Cable (5 ft.)
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
All models
All Models
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iMSTS
100476-2
99012
103453
100471-2
99096MS
103938 Round
103938 Square
99314
29051BMS
29051CMS
29061BMS
29061CMS
29071BMS
29071CMS
29091BMS
29091CMS
29101BMS
29101CMS
29121BMS
29121CMS
29151BMS
29151CMS
104058
104059
104060
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All Models
MS 90E-400E, Single phase
All 3-Phase Models
MS Super-1E – Super-6E
All Models
All Models
All Models
All Models
MS-Super 1E–6E Single phase
MS 90E
MS 90E
MS 150E
MS 150E
MS 225E
MS 225E
MS 400E
MS 400E
MS SUPER-1E & MS Super-4E
MS SUPER-1E & MS Super-4E
MS SUPER-2E & MS Super-5E
MS SUPER-2E & MS Super-5E
MS SUPER-3E & MS Super-6E
MS SUPER-3E & MS Super-6E
All Models
All Models
All Models
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CONTROL INSTALLATION
Refer to Control Manual for specific installation requirements
BEFORE INSTALLING
Turn power to the steam generator OFF before connecting the
control to the generator. Failure to turn the power off will result in
an inoperable control.
! CAUTION To avoid unintentional steambath operation,
DO NOT locate the control where other controls, accessories, shower heads, valves, body sprays or similar within
the shower could cause confusion or interfere with the
MrSteam control’s intended use and function.
! CAUTION DO NOT use any iSteam®, AirTempo®,
iTempo/Plus , iTempo , HomeWizard or iGenie controls
without reading and understanding its own manual and the
MrSteam steam generator Installation and Operation Manual.
Failure to read and understand these instructions may result
in an inoperative or hazardous installation.
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! WARNING A peel and stick warning sticker must be read
and permanently affixed in a conspicuous location near the
steam room. Failure to read and affix this warning sticker in a
conspicuous location may result in serious injury or death. .
Install the iSteam, AirTempo, iTempo or iTempo/Plus controls
according to installation instructions. Failure to install according to instructions will result in an inoperative control or hazardous overheating or inadequate heating of the steam room.
If an iSteam, AirTempo, iTempo or iTempo/Plus control is
installed outside the steam room a Remote Temperature
Probe (PN MSTS or iMSTS) must be installed inside the
steam room per installation instructions supplied with the
Remote Temperature Probe. Failure to install according to
instructions will result in an inoperative control and overheating of the steam room.
! WARNING DO NOT route iSteam, AirTempo, iTempo/Plus,
iTempo, HomeWizard or iGenie control wiring inside conduit
together with power lines or close to hot water or steam piping.
Doing so may result in an inoperative or hazardous installation.
DO NOT alter or modify any MrSteam product. Doing so may
result in an inoperative or hazardous installation and will void the
UL listing and warranty.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1. Turn power to the steam generator OFF before connecting the control to the generator. Failure to turn the power
off will result in an inoperable control.
2. DO NOT operate iSteam, AirTempo,iTempo/Plus, iTempo,
HomeWizard or iGenie controls with other than a MrSteam
iSteam, AirTempo, or iTempo compatible steam generator.
MrSteam residential steam generators with serial numbers
lower than 900000, or any other brand of steam generator
are not to be operated with iTempo controls. Doing so
may result in an inoperative or hazardous installation. If
iSteam is used with a generator having serial number
900000 through 930030, contact MrSteam technical support for an upgraded PC board.
3. This document contains important safety, operation and
maintenance information. Leave this document with the
homeowner. Do not discard this document.
4. Discontinue use of the steam generator or control if the
steam generator is damaged or otherwise not functioning
properly. Operating a damaged steam generator may
result in an inoperative or hazardous installation
CONTROL ROUGH IN
Refer to Installation Instructions for the specific control
IMPORTANT NOTE: The control cable should be run in a
dedicated 1” conduit to facilitate installation and service.
1. Determine the desired installation location of the control. The iSteam®, AirTempo®, iTempo® and iTempo/Plus®
controls are designed to be installed inside or outside the
steam room as a matter of personal preference. If the control is in-stalled inside the steam room the control must be
located:
2. 4 -5 feet above the floor near the bather seating area
3. The control features an integral temperature sensor.
Locate the control in a location representative of the
desired steambathing temperatures.DO NOT locate
the control above or near the steam head or direct
steam emissions.
4. on a vertical wall
The iSteam and iTempo control cable length is 30 feet.
Insure that the control and/or steam generator are located accordingly. An optional 60 foot cable is available, PN
103990-60 for AirTempo and iTempo and PN 104117-60 for
iSteam. Contact a MrSteam technical service representative if
a 60 foot cable is required. Excess control cable should be
neatly coiled and twisted into a figure 8. The AirTempo dongle
is provided with a 3 foot cable. The maximum cable length is
60 feet.
IMPORTANT NOTES:
• If the control is installed outside the steam room a Remote
Temperature Probe Part Number MSTS or iMSTS must be
installed inside the steam room, depending on the control.
• Insure MrSteam steam generator is iSteam, AirTempo or
iTempo compatible and has a serial number 900000 or higher. If iSteam is used with a generator having serial number
900000 through 930030, contact MrSteam technical support
for an upgraded PC board.
• See instructions for the MSTS or iMSTS Temperature Probe
(located in the Control Installation Manual related to your specific control package) before rough-in or installation of control.
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H O M E O W N E R
READ ME FIRST!
! WARNING As you follow these
instructions, you will notice warning
and caution symbols. This blocked
information is important for the safe
and efficient installation and operation
of this generator. These are types of
potential hazards that may occur during
installation and operation:
! WARNING Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation, which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious
injury.
! CAUTION Indicates a potentially
hazardous situation, which, if not avoided may result in minor or moderate
injury or product damage.
IMPORTANT NOTE: This
highlights information that is especially
relevant to a problem-free installation.
All information in these instructions is
based on the latest product information
available at the time of publication.
Sussman-Automatic Corporation
reserves the right to make changes at
any time without notice.
HYPERTHERMIA occurs when the internal temperature of the body reaches a
level several degrees above the normal
body temperature of 98.6° F. The symptoms of hyperthermia include an increase
in the internal temperature of the body,
dizziness, lethargy, drowsiness, and fainting. The effects of hyperthermia include:
a) Failure to perceive heat;
b) Failure to recognize the need to exit
the steambath;
c) Unawareness of impending risk;
d) Fetal damage in pregnant women;
e) Physical inability to exit the steambath
and
f) Unconsciousness.
! WARNING The use of alcohol,
drugs, or medication can greatly increase
the risk of hyperthermia.
S E C T I O N
When using this steam bath equipment, basic safety precautions should always
be followed, including the following:
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
2. ! WARNING DO NOT permit children under D. Excessive temperatures have a high
the age of 16 to use this steambath.
potential for causing fetal damage
during
the early months of pregnancy.
3. ! WARNING Steam is hot and can cause
Pregnancy
or possibly pregnant
injury or death if improperly used. Steam
women
should
consult a physician
rooms contain steam and elevated temperaregarding correct exposure.
tures. Please read and observe all warnings
in this manual before installing or using a
E. Obese persons and persons with a hissteam room.
tory of heart disease, low or high
blood pressure, circulatory system
4. ! WARNING To reduce the risk of injury:
problems, or diabetes should consult
A. The wet surfaces of steam enclosures
a physician before using a steambath.
may be slippery. Use care when entering
F. Persons using medication should conor leaving.
sult a physician before using a steamB. The steam head is hot. DO NOT touch the
bath since some medication may
steam head and avoid the steam near
induce drowsiness while other medthe steam head.
ications may affect heart rate, blood
C. Prolonged use of the steam system can raise
pressure and circulation.
excessively the internal human body temperature and impair the body’s ability to regulate
its internal temperature (hyperthermia). Limit
your use of steam to 10-15 minutes until you
are certain of your body’s reaction.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
! WARNING The peel and
stick warning label located in
this manual is an essential
part of providing a safe environment for steam room
users. The peel and stick
warning label must be
applied to the wall of the
shower or steam enclosure,
at a point that is visible to all
users. Failure to install this
sticker may result in serious
injury or death.
The location where this
owner's manual is kept shall
be written in the space
provided on the label using
permanent ink.
Not Actual Size
For a replacement warning
label contact MrSteam
customer service at 1-800-76-STEAM
or hello@mrsteam.com
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CARE TIPS FOR ALL CONTROLS AND
STEAMHEADS
SETTING THE STEAM BATH
TEMPERATURE AND DURATION
1. Use only mild soap and water on a soft cloth to clean
the control and steamhead.
2. DO NOT use abrasive cleansers.
3. If the decorative cover is damaged on the iTempo
or iTempo/Plus call MrSteam technical service for
replacement parts.
! WARNING Set the steam bathing temperature
according to personal preference, however it is highly recommended to begin steam bathing at a low temperature
setting to gauge comfort and safety levels. Set duration
to a maximum of 10 minutes to gauge comfort and safety
levels. This will allow the steam generator to heat up and
begin producing steam.
NOTE: Replacement of the decorative covers requires
removal and reinstallation of the control from the mounting
surfaces.
SAFETY AND OPERATING
INFORMATION
STEAM GENERATOR MAINTENANCE
! WARNING DO NOT install or use any iSteam®,
MrSteam steambath generators require little maintenance.
Other than periodic draining, maintenance procedures are minimal. Every 2 months, or more often in “hard” water areas, the
manual drain valve should be opened fully flushing out accumulated materials, salts and other particles which are natural byproducts of boiling water.
AirTempo®, iTempo/Plus®, iTempo®, HomeWizard® or
iGenie® controls without reading and understanding the
MrSteam steam generator Installation and Operation
Manual. Failure to read and understand these instructions
may result in an inoperative or hazardous installation.
! WARNING The peel and stick warning sticker located
in this manual must be read and permanently affixed in a
conspicuous location near the steam room. Failure to read
and affix this warning sticker in a conspicuous location
may result in serious injury or death.
! CAUTION Flush a minimum of two-three hours after the control has been turned off to insure that the water has cooled.
! WARNING Draining immediately after a steam cycle may
expose PVC and other piping to high temperature water. Check
local codes. The unit will refill automatically when the control is
activated again. In areas of hard water, a MrSteam AutoFlush®
system is recommended for generator longevity.
If an iSteam, AirTempo, iTempo or iTempo/Plus control is
installed outside the steam room a Remote Temperature
Probe (PN MSTS or iMSTS) must be installed inside the
steam room per installation instructions supplied with the
Remote Temperature Probe. Failure to install according to
instructions will result in an inoperative control and
overheating of the steam room.
! WARNING Failure to allow the water to cool will expose the
equipment and user to scalding water and cause property and
personal injury.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The model and serial number is printed on
the data plate on the front of the steam bath generator.
! WARNING To prevent slip and fall hazards non-skip
strips must be installed on the steam room floor.
! WARNING DO NOT alter or modify any MrSteam
product. Doing so may result in an inoperative or
hazardous installation and will void the UL listing and
warranty.
IMPORTANT NOTES: Malfunction due to power spikes,
lightning, fire, freezing or flooding is not covered under
the warranty.
Discontinue use of the steam generator or control if the
steam generator is damaged or otherwise not functioning
properly. Doing so may result in an inoperative or
hazardous condition.
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USING MRSTEAM ESSENTIAL OILS
Enjoy AromaSteam essential oils by placing a drop or two
into an unheated AromaSteam steamhead as shown in the
illustration. Only use MrSteam AromaSteam essential oils in
the MrSteam AromaSteam steamhead.
AromaSteam
10ml bottle
with integrated
dropper
! WARNING Essential oils and/or aroma therapy can
cause inflammation, burns, headache, nausea and allergic
reactions. Consult a physician before using aroma therapy.
Recess for
essential oil
! CAUTIONS
1. Use essential oils with caution. Essential oils are for external use only. Keep out of reach of children. Essential oils
are highly concentrated and are potent substances and
should not be applied directly to the skin as they can be
irritants. Use essential oils with caution.
2. Place the drops into the MrSteam AromaSteam steamhead
recess prior to turning on the steambath. DO NOT place
drops in a hot steam head as serous injury can result if you
do not follow this warning.
AromaSteam steamhead
(install per instructions on pg.7)
Steam
emission
slot
3. Start with one drop to gauge strength and suitability. Limit
to a maximum of a few drops for a steambathing session.
4. The bather should exit the steambath IMMEDIATELY if
dizziness occurs. If skin irritation occurs stop using the oils
immediately. Remove any excess oil by washing in mild
soap and water. If ingested, rinse mouth with water.
Administer water or milk to dilute. Contact a physician
immediately.
! CAUTION Aromatic oils should be added to steamhead
before turning on the steambath unit. DO NOT add oil
during steambathing or when the steam head is heated.
Tightly close bottles when storing oils.
Keep bottles away from sources of ignition.
All drawings are for illustrative purposes only
WARRANTY
To view or download the MrSteam Residential Generator Warranty
and register your Product go to: blog.mrsteam.com/wr
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Products, information and specifications are subject to change without notice.
Please call Sales & Support at 1.800.76.STEAM (East Coast) or 1.800.72.STEAM (West Coast) for more information.
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