Presto Shower.indd
Installation Instructions
& User Guide
Temperature Control Time
Flow Shower
Models covered: TFS 1 C
Please keep this booklet for future
reference.
Installer, when you have read these
instructions please ensure you leave them
with the user.
Contents
Thank you for choosing Bristan, the UK’s leading taps and showers expert.
We have designed this product with your enjoyment in mind. To ensure that it works
to its full potential, it needs to be fitted correctly. These fitting instructions have been
created to give you all of the information you need and if you need any further help,
please do not hesitate to contact us.
Important Safety Information................................................... 3
Specifications ........................................................................... 4
Dimensions .............................................................................. 5
Pack Contents .......................................................................... 6
Installation ................................................................................ 7-8
Operation & Temperature Setting ........................................... 9
Maintenance ............................................................................. 10-11
Troubleshooting ....................................................................... 12-13
Guarantee ................................................................................. 14-15
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Important Safety Information
• Please read these instructions thoroughly and retain for future use.
• All products manufactured and supplied by Bristan are safe provided they are
installed, used correctly and receive regular maintenance in accordance with these
instructions.
• If you are in any doubt about your ability to install this product safely you must
employ the services of an experienced qualified plumber.
• This fitting needs to be installed in accordance with, and meet the requirements of the
Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 and Scottish Byelaws 2004.
• Remove all packaging and check the fitting for damage before starting installation.
•
Warning: Before starting any installation please consider the following: before
drilling into walls, check that there are no hidden electrical wires, cables or water
supply pipes. This can be checked with the aid of an electronic detector.
• If power tools are used do not forget to:
- Wear eye protection
- Unplug equipment after use
• Important: Remember to turn off the mains water supply before connecting to any
existing pipe work. Fitting isolating valves to the inlet feeds is recommended for ease
of maintenance.
•
Warning: Before installing the new fitting it is essential that you thoroughly flush
through the pipework in order to remove any remaining swarf, solder, etc.
Failure to carry out this procedure could cause problems or damage to the workings of
the fitting.
• Your fitting has a high quality finish and should be treated with care to preserve the
visible surfaces. All surfaces will wear if not cleaned correctly, the only safe way
to clean your fitting is to wipe with a soft damp cloth. Stains can be removed using
washing up liquid. All bath cleaning powders and liquids will damage the surface of
your fitting, even the non-scratch cleaners.
Note: Never use abrasive detergents or disinfectants or those containing alcohol,
hydrochloric acid or phosphoric acid.
• This product must not be modified in any way as this will invalidate the guarantee.
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Specifications
Inlet Connections: 15mm Compression with 145-165mm between centres.
Outlet Connection: 22mm Compression.
Minimum working pressure: 1.0 bar
Maximum working pressure: 5.0 bar
Maximum static pressure: 10.0 bar
System Requirements:
Gravity fed hot & cold (Equal pressures)
Gravity fed hot & cold (Differential pressure, maximum ratio 5:1)
Unvented systems
Instantaneous water heater (Combination boiler)
Timed Flow: 30 Seconds ± 5 Seconds
This product has been tested to the Water Regulations Advisory Scheme (WRAS) and
satisfies the requirements of the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 and
current bylaws.
For full Installation Requirements & Notes (IRN) please visit www.wras.co.uk/directory.
Designed to comply with and be used within systems designed to BS 6700.
BS 6700 recommends the temperature of stored water should never exceed 65°C.
A stored water temperature of 60°C is considered sufficient to meet all normal
requirements and will minimise the build up of lime scale in hard water areas.
If the fitting is installed at low pressure (tank fed), then the minimum distance from the
highest installed position of the outlet to the underside of the cold tank should be at
least 10 metres to ensure adequate performance.
This shower should be installed in compliance with the Water Regulations. Where
the supplies are unbalanced, i.e. Hot water from cylinder tank / cold from the mains,
approved check valves must be fitted in the supply pipes.
For further details contact your Local Water Authority.
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Dimensions
Dimensions are in millimetres.
882
G3/4"
45
32
80
145-165
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Pack Contents
1
4
3
2
6
5
7
9
8
1
Shower Valve
x1
2
Elbows
x2
3
Olives
x2
4
Compression Nuts
x2
5
Shrouds
x2
6
Filter Washers
x2
7
8 L/P/M Flow Regulator
x1
8
Screws
x2
9
Wall Plugs
x2
10
Riser Rail
x1
11
Riser Clamp
x1
12
Nut
x1
13
Washer
x1
14
Shower Head
x1
10
Suggested Fittings (Not Supplied)
11
12
13
14
6
1/2" Female
Wall plate elbow
1/2" Female Copper
connector
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Installation
Supporting
Batton
1. Prepare water supply pipes
Terminate suitable pipework inside the
wall cavity / stud partition with
145-165mm pipe centres and 1/2" BSP
female connectors.
Flush through the pipework to ensure
removal of any debris.
1/2" BSP
Female
Connection
Important: The pipework and 1/2" BSP
female connectors must be secure and
rigid so that it is unable to move. If
installing the pipework in a stud
partition, a wooden batton may be
required to secure the female connectors
(as shown).
Pipework
1/2" BSP
Female
Connection
The 1/2" BSP female connectors must be
installed in such a position that when the
elbow shrouds are screwed fully onto the
elbows and the valve is fitted to the wall,
the elbow shrouds are flush against the
finished wall surface. This is to ensure
that the valve can not move.
Note: If 1/2" female connectors are not
used the compression nut and olives can
be used however the pipework must be
secure and rigid so that it is unable to
move.
Tiles
Plaster Board
2. Finish Wall
Finish the wall surface using
plasterboard and tiles.
3. Fit Elbows
Screw the elbows into the 1/2" BSP
female connectors using a suitable thread
sealant.
Elbow
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1/2" BSP
Female
Connection
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Installation
4. Fit Shower Valve
Place the shower valve body into position against
the wall and adjust the elbows to the valve body
ensuring the filter washers are fitted into the
elbow nuts. Tighten the elbow nuts ensuring
the are fully tightened with the use of a suitable
spanner.
Note: Take care not to damage the finish of the
fixing nuts. Protect the chromium plated surfaces
with a cloth.
8 L/P/M Flow
Regulator
Fit the 8 l/p/m flow regulator into the shower
valve outlet.
5. Fit Rigid Riser Tube
Screw the rigid riser tube onto the shower valve
outlet ensuring the washer is fitted.
Ensure vertical with the use of a sprit level and
tighten the nut fully using a suitable spanner.
Fit the riser clamp using the fixings supplied or
suitable fixings for wall / surface type.
Filter
Washer
Important: The riser clamp must be fitted
200mm above the centre of the shower valve to
ensure maximum security.
6. Fit Shower Head
Remove the grub screw from the top of the
showerhead and remove the backplate. Push the
backplate into the top of the riser ensuring the
nipple is fully fitted into the riser and mark the
position on the wall surface. Remove the
backplate from the riser tube and unscrew the
centre nut to reveal the backplate fixing.
200mm from
centre of valve
Elbow
Riser
Clamp Riser
Tube
Position the backplate fixing onto the wall at the
marked position and mark the fixing holes onto
the wall surface. Drill suitable holes and secure
the backplate to the wall using suitable
fixings (Not supplied).
Fit the backplate into the top of the riser tube
and onto the backplate fixing and secure with the
centre nut. Replace the shower head and secure
in position with the top grub screw.
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Operation & Temperature Setting
1. Flow Control
To operate the flow of water push the
central control knob firmly in and release.
The water will flow for approximately 30
seconds ± 5 seconds.
Important: If the user pushes and holds
the control knob fully in the water will not
flow.
2. Temperature
Turn the control knob clockwise for
a cooler temperature.
Push and release
Turn the control knob anti-clockwise
for a hotter water temperature.
Maximum Temperature Setting
Loosen the body nut (1) by a quarter turn
to allow rotation of the inner ring (2).
Turn the control kbob to full cold and
press push in to obtain a flow of water.
Insert a Ø 4.5mm rod into the adjustment
hole in the inner ring (2) and rotate anticlockwise until the ring cannot move any
more.
Rotate the control knob anti-clockwise
until the maximum water temperature is
obtained.
Tighten the body nut (1) fully ensuring the
adjustment position has been maintained.
Colder
2 1
Hotter
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Maintenance
General Cleaning
Your fitting has a high quality finish and should be treated with care
to preserve the visible surfaces. All surfaces will wear if not cleaned
correctly, the only safe way to clean your mixer is to wipe with a soft
damp cloth. Stains can be removed using washing up liquid. All bath
cleaning powders and liquids will damage the surface of your fitting,
even the non-scratch cleaners.
Note: Never use abrasive detergents or disinfectants or those
containing alcohol, hydrochloric acid or phosphoric acid.
Cleaning the Cartridge
Before carrying out any maintenance, turn
off both water supply or close any isolating
valves to the shower valve. Operate the
shower to release any built up water pressure
within the shower.
Loosen the large body nut using a suitable
spanner.
Cartridge Assembly
Note: Take care not to damage the finish
of the nut. Protect the chromium plated
surfaces with a cloth.
Pull the handle away from the body to remove
the cartridge assembly from the shower valve
body.
Cartridge Assembly
Cap
Clean any debris off the cartridge assembly
using clean running water only.
Grease the 'O' rings using a suitable silicon
grease and push the cartridge assembly back
into the shower valve body.
Note: The cartridge assembly has a locating
pin which needs to fitted into the body at the
bottom.
'O' Ring
Large body nut
Tighten the large body nut securely using a
suitable spanner taking care not to damage
the chromium plated surface.
Turn on both water supplies and test the
shower valve.
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Maintenance
Cleaning the Non Return Valves
Before carrying out any maintenance,
turn off both water supplies or close any
isolating valves to the shower valve.
Unscrew the rigid riser and both elbows
and remove valve body from the wall
taking the filter washers out.
To remove Non return valves use long
nose pilers to remove the retaining clip
and then remove the flat washer and
spring.
Shower Valve
Body
'O' Ring
NRV Housing
NRV
Pull the NRV out from the valve body. The
NRV will come out in the NRV housing.
Push the NRV out of the housing and
clean under clean running water only to
remove any debris.
If the NRV's are damaged replace with a
new NRV supplied by Bristan.
Flat
Washer
Spring
Retaining
Clip
Elbow
Replace the NRV into the housing and
push back into the valve body ensuring
the 'O' ring on the bottom of the housing
is fitted.
Replace the spring and flat washer
pushing down onto the spring and replace
the retaining clip using long nose pilers.
Valve
Body
Replace the shower valve to the elbows
ensuring the filter washers are fitted and
tighten fully using a suitable spanner.
Retighten rigid riser ensuring washer is
fitted.
Note: Take care not to damage the finish
of the nuts. Protect the chromium plated
surfaces with a cloth.
NRV
Housing
NRV
Turn on both water supplies and operate
the shower to ensure it is working
correctly.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Shower will not
operate when
control knob is
fully pushed in.
Isolation valves closed.
Open Isolation valves.
User is holding in control knob.
Release control knob.
Shower will not
shut off.
Shower does
not run for long
enough.
The water will not flow if the
control knob is held in by the
user.
Head of water is below the
minimum required.
Refer to 'Specifications' section
on page 4.
Airlock or blockage in water
supply pipework.
Flush through the water supply
pipework to ensure removal of
any debris or airlocks.
Instantaneous water heater (if
being used) cycles on and off as
flow rate or water pressure is
too low.
Increase water flow rate or
water pressure through system
to meet required minimum
working pressure of shower
valve.
Shower cartridge assembly
faulty or requires servicing /
cleaning.
Remove shower cartridge
assembly and clean / replace.
Isolation valves partially closed.
Open isolation valves fully.
Insufficient water pressure
Check water supply pressure.
Refer to 'Maintenance' section
on pages 10-11 before
dismantling the shower valve.
Refer to 'Specifications' section
on page 4.
Shower cartridge assembly
faulty or requires servicing /
cleaning.
Remove shower cartridge
assembly and clean / replace.
Flow regulator blocked.
Remove flow regulator from rigid
riser connection and clean.
Refer to 'Maintenance' section
on pages 10-11 before
dismantling the shower valve.
Turn off both water supplies or
close any isolation valves before
removing the riser / flow
regulator.
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Troubleshooting
Symptom
Cause
Remedy
Poor flow from
the
showerhead.
Showerhead blocked.
Remove showerhead and clean
spray plate.
Flow regulator blocked.
Remove flow regulator and
clean.
Turn off the mains water supply
or close any isolation valves
before removing the riser / flow
regulator.
Insufficient water pressure.
Check water supply pressure.
Refer to 'Specification' section
on page 4.
Isolation valves partially closed.
Open isolation valves.
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Guarantee
At Bristan, we want to make things as
easy as possible for our customers. That’s
why we design products that are easy to
fit and use, and that are quality tested to
make sure they won’t let you down. It’s
also why we offer solid guarantees on all
products, effective from the date of
purchase, to give you peace of mind.
Bristan’s Commercial Showers are
covered by a 1 year guarantee. This also
includes 1 year labour cover * (subject to
registration) which means that, in the
unlikely event that there is a problem in
the first year after purchase, we’ll send
one of our expert engineers to fix it.
*Labour is provided by an approved
Bristan Care engineer or appointed
representative. The guarantee only applies
to products with a manufacturing fault.
There will be a call out charge for any
incidents where no fault has been found
with the product, or if the issue is due to
poor installation or maintenance.
Guarantee Terms and Conditions
This guarantee is in addition to your
statutory and other legal rights and is
subject to the following conditions:
• The product was purchased within
the United Kingdom or Republic of
Ireland.
• The guarantee applies solely to the
original purchaser with proof of
purchase.
• The installation must allow ready access
to all products for the purpose of
inspection, maintenance or replacement.
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• Repair under this guarantee does not
extend the original expiry date. The
guarantee on any replacement parts or
product ends at the original expiry date.
• Any part found to be defective during
the guarantee period will be replaced
without charge, providing that the product
has been installed in accorance
with the instructions given in this guide
and used as the manufacturer intended.
The guarantee does not cover:
• Damage or defects caused by;
- General wear and tear (including
special non-chrome finishes;
components such as filters, seals, ‘O’
rings and washers)
- Incorrect installation
- Repair using non-Bristan parts
- Accidental or wilful misuse
- Corrosion and the use of
inappropriate cleaning products
- System debris including the build
up of limescale (which can be
controlled through regular servicing
and maintenance)
• Compensation for loss of use of the
product or consequential loss of any
kind.
In the interests of continuous product
improvement, Bristan reserves the right to
alter product specifications without notice.
The Bristan Product Guarantee does not
affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
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Guarantee & Service Policy
• Need help?
If this product does not function correctly when first used, contact Bristan
Care Customer Service on 0844 701 6273
where our expert team of advisors will be
able to offer you help and advice.
Spare parts
We hold thousands of spares and we keep
them for discontinued products for over
seven years. Spares can easily be ordered
online at www.bristan.com and are
dispatched the same day.
• Problems during the guarantee period
In the unlikely event that you encounter
any problems with the product during the
guarantee period, contact Bristan Care
Customer Service on 0844 701 6273 with
your proof of purchase and we will work to
resolve the problem quickly.
Expert plumbing engineers
If we can’t solve the problem over the
‘phone or with a spare part, then we’ll
send out one of our Bristan Care
engineers to take a look. Bristan Care
engineers provide free support for
products that are within guarantee, but
are also available to service products that
are out of guarantee for a small charge.
For details, please call Bristan Care
Customer Service on 0844 701 6273.
Bristan Care Customer Support
Bristan customers also benefit from the
support of Bristan Care, our
comprehensive customer support package
which offers:
Technical support hotline
(Tel: 0844 701 6273) with access to fully
trained advisers who can offer installation
advice, talk you through quick
maintenance checks, or recommend the
best course of action to fix any problems
with a product.
Expert advice
Find easy to follow ‘how to’ video guides
and technical FAQs online at
www.bristan.com. Our guides take you
step-by-step through many product installations and you can find plenty of easy
guides to quick product fixes and servicing.
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Part Number: FI TFS 1 C
Issue: D2
Useful contact details:
Bristan Group Ltd.
Birch Coppice Business Park
Dordon
Tamworth
Staffordshire
B78 1SG
Web: www.bristan.com
Email: enquire@bristan.com
Customer Service:
0844 7016273
Customer Service Email:
Customercare@bristan.com
Customer Service Fax:
0844 7016275
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0844 7016274
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