DX Series Heat Pump - Whiteside Pool Heating
DX Series
Heat Pump
Genus Compliant
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
OUTDOOR INSTALLATION
HURLCON Manufacturing and Sales Pty. Limited. A.B.N. 97 007 284 504
Victoria:
New South Wales:
Ph: (03) 9765 9765
Ph: (02) 9674 8544
Fax: (03) 9764 9009 Fax: (02) 9674 8522
Queensland:
South Australia:
Ph: (07) 3393 3233 Ph: (08) 8345 5755
Fax: (07) 3393 3255 Fax: (08) 8345 5211
Western Australia:
Ph: (08) 9258 9322
Fax: (08) 9258 9344
www.hurlcon.com.au email: service@hurlcon.com.au
Information and specifications subject to change without notice.
Rev 175-0306
CONTENTS
Introduction
Introduction...............................................................................................3
Notice to Installers ....................................................................................3
Safety Rules ..............................................................................................3
Operation
Operating Instructions...............................................................................4
Chemical Balance .....................................................................................5
Digital Thermostat Operation ...................................................................6
Fault Indication .........................................................................................7
Maintenance
Maintenance Instructions ..........................................................................8
Energy saving Tips ...................................................................................8
Winter Operation ......................................................................................8
Installation
Flow Rates ................................................................................................9
Water Connections....................................................................................9
Heater Dimensions....................................................................................9
Clearances ...............................................................................................10
Electrical Connection..............................................................................10
Pressure Switch Adjustment ...................................................................10
Starting the Heater ..................................................................................11
Guide to Heat Pump Noise ............................................................ 12 - 15
Troubleshooting
Fault Finding and Remedies ...................................................................16
Wiring Diagrams.....................................................................................17
Warranty
Terms and Conditions.............................................................................18
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a Hurlcon Heat Pump Pool and Spa Heater. Proper installation
and service of your new heating system and correct chemical maintenance of the water will ensure
years of enjoyment. The DX Series Heater is an efficient heat pump pool and spa heater. It is
equipped with features that take advantage of new technology developed exclusively by Hurlcon.
The Hurlcon Heat Pump can safely be connected to PVC pipe. In addition, the Hurlcon Heat Pump
is equipped with an accurate electronic thermostat to ensure ease of use and accurate temperature
control. The electronic display tells at a glance the operational status of the heater.
Your heat pump works by extracting heat from the surrounding air. The heat pump works most
efficiently in warm weather. So, it is best to operate the heat pump during the warmest part of the
day rather than overnight or early in the morning.
It is important to ensure an adequate supply of air and to avoid recirculation of the cooled air exiting
the top of the unit. For this reason, the heat pump should not be installed in confined spaces and
must have a minimum of 1500 mm clearance above it and 600 mm clearance to the sides and rear.
Sufficient clearance should be provided to the front to allow access to the controls and service panel.
Although the unit is weatherproof, it is recommended some protection from the harsh effects of
direct exposure to the elements be provided.
The heat pump should be installed outdoors on a level concrete pad.
In most circumstances where heating is required, your heat pump will need to run longer than your
filter so that it might be prudent to install a small pump to circulate water through the heat pump
independent of the filtration system. Since the heat pump uses electricity so efficiently, it is a pity to
waste electricity running an oversized pump. For this reason, the small added cost of a dedicated
pump can be recouped and a great deal of energy saved over the years to come.
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NOTICE TO INSTALLERS
Heat Pump can not be installed indoors, must be located outdoors with sufficient ventilation as
explained on page 10
This appliance must be installed by an authorized person.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the installation instructions, the National Wiring
Rules and any other relevant statutory authorities.
Refer to data plate for details of operating voltage and current.
A multi-pole isolating switch must be installed that operates in all live conductors so that it isolates
the entire equipment from the supply.
SAFETY RULES
1. Spa or hot tub water temperature should never exceed 40˚C.
2. Drinking of alcoholic beverages before or during spa or hot tub use can cause drowsiness which
could lead to unconsciousness and subsequently result in drowning.
3. Pregnant women beware! Soaking in water above 38˚C can cause foetal damage during the first
three months of pregnancy.
4. Before entering the spa or hot tub, the user should check the water temperature with an accurate
thermometer, spa or hot tub thermostats may err in regulating water temperatures by as much as
2˚C.
5. Persons with a medical history of heart disease, circulatory problems, diabetes or blood pressure
problems should obtain their physician’s advice before using spas or hot tubs.
6. Persons taking medications which induce drowsiness, such as tranquillisers, antihistamines or
anticoagulants, should not use spas or hot tubs.
WARNING: Should overheating occur or the heater fail to shut off, turn off the manual isolation
switch to the appliance. Do not use this heater if any part has been under water.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
3.
4.
STOP! Read the safety information above.
Turn off electric power to appliance.
Turn filtration pump on.
Turn on power to the Heat Pump and press the pool/spa button to select pool or spa
mode.
5. Set thermostat to desired setting and press ON/OFF switch to ON.
6. If the water temperature is below the set temperature, the fan will start in around 10 seconds.
The compressor will start in a few minutes.
7. If the appliance will not operate, follow instructions 3 to 5 above ensuring the thermostat is
set to a higher temperature than the indicated water temperature. If the appliance still does
not operate, call your service technician.
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For Heat Pumps Fitted With The Cooling Option.
To cool your pool with thermostatic control:
1. Turn the controller to “ON”.
2. Move the heat/cool switch to the cool position.
3. Select the desired temperature with the up and down buttons.
4. When the pool temperature is above the set temperature, the heat pump will operate in the
cooling mode.
5. When the pool temperature falls below the set temperature, the heat pump will cease
operation.
If the controller is set to “OFF” while the heat/cool switch is in the cool position, the heat pump will
operate in the cool mode without thermostatic control.
Cooling may be effected at any time without altering thermostat settings by moving the heat/cool
switch to the cool position while the controller is set to “OFF”. The heat pump will continue to run
in cooling mode without thermostatic control as long as the heat/cool switch remains in the cool
position and the controller remains “OFF”.
When the pool has cooled sufficiently, return the heat/cool switch to the heat position.
During operation in weather below about 10 deg, ice may appear on the evaporator coil. If this
occurs, the compressor may stop and the symbol appear on the controller screen. The fan will
continue to run in order to melt the accumulated ice. When the evaporator temperature rises
sufficiently to allow continued operation, the compressor will restart and the symbol will be
displayed.
Heat/cool models will automatically heat the evaporator to melt accumulated ice. During this heated
defrost mode, the symbol will appear on the controller screen. This may result in visible water
vapour in the airstream. This is normal during cold weather.
CHEMICAL BALANCE
It is imperative that correct chemical balance be maintained in your pool and spa water, otherwise
corrosion of your heater may occur. Corrosion due to chemically imbalanced water or excessive
sanitiser is detectable and will void warranty. Your local pool shop specialist or spa retailer can
advise correct chemical balance. Your water should be checked and maintained regularly by a pool
water professional. As a guide the following parameters may be used.
pH
Total Alkalinity
Calcium Hardness
7.6 to 7.8
80 to 120 ppm
150 ppm
You should test your water chemical balance at least on a weekly basis.
Excessive sanitiser can damage your heater. Chlorine should not exceed 3 ppm and bromine should
not exceed 5 ppm. Salt chlorinators, especially when used on spa pools or indoor or covered pools,
can easily produce excessive chlorine levels which will damage the heater internals.
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DIGITAL THERMOSTAT OPERATION
POOL/SPA
<
○I
ON/OFF
>
HURLCON
WARM
COOL
HURLCON
DESCRIPTION
The sophisticated digital thermostat provides temperature read out, set point temperature and
operating status of the heater. The electronic display indicates the operational status of the heater
and any fault conditions.
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
The temperature display indicates water temperature in the inlet of the heater. Therefore the pump
must be operating for an accurate pool or spa water temperature to be displayed.
Comfortable pool temperature is between 26˚C and 30˚C. Normal spa temperature is between 36˚C
and 38˚C. To select your desired temperature press the up or down button repeatedly until the
desired temperature is reached.
To prevent rapid cycling of the heater, the thermostat has an inbuilt time delay which prevents the
heater from turning on for two minutes after the set point has been reached. If the time delay is
activated, the symbol “L” will be displayed. This is part of normal operation. A further time delay is
built in to prevent operation of the compressor for three minutes after the fan starts.
The thermostat can be set to temperatures between 10˚C and 40˚C. It also incorporates several
safety features including a 45˚C high limit function to prevent overheating of the pool or spa. On
simultaneous shut down of the circulating pump and heater, the water within the heater may exceed
45˚C for a short period. If the pump and heater are restarted during this period, the thermostat will
go into a standby mode and prevent the heater from operating until the temperature within the heater
has dropped below the set temperature.
Should the thermostat fail to stop the heater at the set point or at 40˚C, there are two temperature
limiting safety devices designed to lock the heater out and prevent further heating. A lock out
condition is indicated by the symbols F1 or F2. To reset a lock out condition, turn the power off for
five seconds.
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FAULT INDICATION
Under fault conditions the thermostat display will indicate a set of alpha numeric symbols to indicate
the status of the heater. The meaning of each symbol and action to be taken are listed as follows:
SYMBOL
MEANING
ACTION
Temp Display
Unit has power.
No action.
F0
Heater locked off, thermistor
wire disconnected or water
at 0°C (freeze conditions).
If water temperature reads
greater than 0°C, phone for
service.
F1
Thermostat reads greater
than 45°C.
Allow water to cool,
turn heater off then on again.
F2
Mechanical Hi Limit greater
than 45°C.
Allow water to cool,
turn heater off then
on again. Ensure adequate water
circulation
F3
Thermistor fault
Phone for Service
L
Heater locked out on time
delay for 2 minutes.
No action. Heater will
Automatically reset after
time delay.
Or switch off then on again
for immediate restart.
Pump operating & sufficient
water pressure to operate heater
No action
Thermostat calling for heat.
No action, heater
should start in a few
seconds.
Heater is operating in defrost
mode.
No action
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MAINTENANCE
It is recommended that you check the following at least every six months and at the beginning of
every swimming season.
1. Make sure there are no obstructions to the flow of air to or from the appliance.
2. Examine the evaporator coil and fan grille. Check that debris such as leaves has not
accumulated on the inside or outside of the heater. If the evaporator coil is restricted, the
heater will not perform at optimum efficiency. The interior of the heater should be cleaned
by a qualified service technician.
3. Keep the heater area clear and free of combustibles and flammable liquids. Chlorine should
not be stored in the vicinity of the heater. Chlorine vapours, when drawn through a heater,
can rapidly cause corrosion of working parts and exterior panels.
4. Keep the heater area free from garden refuse and debris. This will help prevent insects
nesting in the unit and ensure extended life and reliability of your heater.
ENERGY SAVING TIPS
1. If possible, keep pool or spa covered when not in use. This will not only cut heating costs,
but will also keep dirt and debris from settling in the pool and conserve chemicals.
2. Reduce pool thermostat setting to 28˚C or lower. This is accepted as a comfortable and
healthy swimming temperature.
3. Use an accurate thermometer.
4. Set timeclock to start filtration and circulation system no earlier than daybreak. The pool
loses less heat at this time and the heat pump operates more efficiently during the warmer
times of the day.
5. If your filtration pump is large, consider installing a small pump for circulating water through
the heat pump.
6. For pools that are only used on weekends, it is not necessary to leave the thermostat set at
28˚C. During the week, lower it by an amount that can easily be achieved in one day
(generally 2˚C to 5˚C).
7. During the winter or while on vacation, turn the heater off.
8. Set up a regular program of preventative maintenance for the heater each new swimming
season.
WINTER OPERATION
If the pool won’t be used for a month or more, turn the heater off at the main isolating switch. For
areas where there is no danger of freezing, water should circulate through your heater all year long
even though you are not heating your pool.
Where freezing is possible, it is necessary to drain the water from the heater. This may be done by
loosening the inlet or outlet barrel union. If the heater is below water level, isolate it from the pool
first by closing shut off valves before and after the heater.
CAUTION: If the heater has been drained for freezing conditions, do not turn on until the system is
circulating water.
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INSTALLATION
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON. Refer to heater
data plate for specifications of operating voltage and current and water pressure.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local regulations and the National Wiring Rules.
A multi-pole isolating switch must be installed that operates in all live conductors so that it isolates
the entire equipment from the supply.
FLOW RATES
The Hurlcon Pool Heater requires a minimum of 150 litres per minute flow and the maximum
permissible flow rate is 450 litres per minute. For flow rates in excess of 450 litres per minute, an
external by-pass valve must be fitted.
WATER CONNECTIONS
Where the heat pump is installed in the filtration circuit, the heater should always be installed after
the pump and filter. The water connections are located on the right hand side of the heater. The
inlet and outlet are clearly marked. Water connections require 40 mm PVC glue in plumbing.
All automatic sanitising devices must be installed after the heater and in such a way that the sanitiser
cannot enter the heater without first mixing with the water in the pool or spa. Sanitisers that are
connected prior to the heater will void heater warranty.
The Hurlcon Heat Pump Pool Heater is suitable for outdoor installation.
HEATER DIMENSIONS
Inlet
50
1000
820
80
1070
440
590
570
Outlet
100
130
Heat Pump must be
installed outdoors
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CLEARANCES
The heater must be installed at least 600 mm from any obstruction to airflow at the rear and sides.
There must be at least 1500mm clearance above the heater.
Adequate clearance should be provided at the front of the heater to permit access to the controls and
service panel.
Heater must be installed on a solid, level base.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The heater must be installed by a licensed electrician. The heater incorporates a 240/24 VAC
transformer which supplies power to the control circuit. All pool or spa equipment connected to
mains power should be protected by an RCD circuit breaker.
Refer to heater data plate for specifications of operating voltage and current.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local regulations and the National Wiring Rules.
A multi-pole isolating switch must be installed that operates in all live conductors so that it isolates
the entire equipment from the supply.
PRESSURE SWITCH ADJUSTMENT
The Hurlcon Heat Pump Pool Heater incorporates a water pressure switch which allows the unit to
operate only when the circulating pump is operating.
It is imperative that the following be undertaken by the person who is commissioning (first starting)
your pool or spa heater. On initial start up of the heater it may be necessary to adjust the water
pressure activation switch.
This switch is installed in the plastic header located at the upper right hand side of the area behind
the access door. The pressure switch is designed to allow operation of the heater only when the
circulating pump is turned on and there is sufficient water flow through the heater. It must shut the
heater down immediately the pump is switched off.
To check the operation of the switch:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Connect the heater to mains power supply. The thermostat should not yet display “θ”.
Turn on pump. The thermostat should now display “θ”.
Turn pump off. The thermostat should no longer display “θ”.
If display does not respond in this way, adjust the pressure switch as detailed below. If
display responds correctly, perform a final check with the heater operating.- See the section
below titled “Starting the heater”
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To adjust pressure switch:
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
Connect the heater to mains power supply
Turn pump off.
Slide toggle on side of pressure switch up to allow knurled wheel to be turned.
Turn knurled wheel clockwise (as viewed from above) until “θ” is displayed.
Turn knurled wheel anti-clockwise until “θ” disappears.
Continue to wind anti-clockwise for a further half turn (180 degrees).
When the switch is correctly set, slide the toggle up to lock the knurled wheel in position.
WARNING: If the pressure switch cannot be adjusted correctly, DO NOT OPERATE THE
HEATER, contact Hurlcon or an Authorised Service Agent for advice.
h) Perform a final check with the heater operating.- See the section below titled “Starting the
heater”.
Pressure Switch Adjustment
Slide toggle up
to allow
adjustment
Turn wheel in
direction of arrow
to decrease
pressure required
to operate heater
STARTING THE HEATER
1. Turn power to unit on. Thermostat should now operate and indicate water temperature.
2. Turn circulating pump on. Thermostat should display “θ” to indicate water flow.
3. Set thermostat to “ON” and press the “^” button repeatedly until set temperature is greater
than water temperature. Thermostat should now display “ ”.
4. After a few seconds, the fan should start. After a few minutes the compressor should start.
5. While leaving the heater on, turn the pump off and on at 15 second intervals, six times.
Make sure the heater turns off and on each time. If it does not, adjust the pressure switch as
detailed above.
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Guide to Heat Pump Noise
Heat Pumps are designed for slow heat up times and maintenance heating. The limitation
of power supply in nearly all residential homes means that a Heat Pump’s maximum size
for most homes is about 6 hp. A unit of this size will typically generate around 25 kW of
pool heating at maximum efficiency. For most swimming pools, this means the Heat
Pump will operate for 2 or 3 days continuously for the initial heat up period and then
between 12 and 24 hours each day to maintain the swimming pool temperature.
Heat Pumps are very similar to air conditioners. An evaporator fan and compressor
operate during their “on” time and as the “on” time can be 12 to 24 hours per day, care
must be taken to locate the Heat Pump so that the noise produced during its operation
does not interfere with sensitive areas - not only in your own home but in your neighbour’s
home.
Each State in Australia has municipal, state and EPA laws which govern the installation
and operation of outdoor appliances in residential areas. In general, noise from an
appliance such as a Heat Pump must not unreasonably interfere with the health, welfare,
convenience, comfort and amenity of any person having regard to the nature and duration
of the noise emission and the time of day at which the noise is emitted.
Criteria for noise emissions generally take into account back ground noise at the time of
day, but the most stringent criteria applies at night – and take into account, the Heat Pump
will most likely need to operate at night during cooler months of the year to maintain the
pool temperature.
This guide provides an estimate only and should not be taken as definite advice on the
location and installation of your Heat Pump. Should any doubt exist, seek advice from an
Acoustical Consultant which can be found in the Yellow Pages.
The DX 120 Heat Pump has a sound power level of 66 dB(A) at 1 metre distance. The
following factors should be taken into account when working out where to locate the Heat
Pump.
Determining Distance to Neighbour’s Boundary
66 db(A) – Barrier Factor + Reflection Factor = Distance Factor
Box 1
Box 2
Box 3
Barrier: A fence or barrier can reduce the level of the Heat Pump’s noise heard in
neighbouring premises. To do this, the barrier or fence needs to be continuous with few or
no gaps and go down to ground level. It must also prevent the Heat Pump from being
seen from noise sensitive locations on neighbouring premises. Noise sensitive locations
include bedroom and living room windows (including second storey dwellings) and outdoor
entertaining/relaxing areas.
Factor for Box 1
Carefully read through the fence/barrier descriptions below. Select a value that
corresponds to the fence/barrier description applicable to your situation. Put this value in
Box 2 above.
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Value
for Box
1
1
Description
The fence/barrier does not prevent the Heat Pump from being seen
from noise sensitive locations on neighbouring properties
2
The fence/barrier blocks line of sight but is made of material having
large gaps, such as a picket fence, or brick wall with openings or fancy
inserts.
0
3
The fence/barrier blocks line of sight of the Heat Pump from noise
sensitive location eg: Typical paling fence with small gaps due to
warping.
5
4
The fence/barrier blocks line of sight of the Heat Pump from noise
sensitive location e.g. "Colorbond" fencing, concrete
block/masonary/brick, Fibre cement sheeting
10
0
Reflection Factor
Noise can reflect from walls, roofs, sheds etc. This can have the effect of making the
noise seem louder that what it is. Put the corresponding value in Box 3.
Factor for Box 2
One Reflective Surface
Value for Box 3 = 3
3m of less
2 reflective surfaces
Value for Box 3 = 6
5 m or less
3 m or less both directions
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Distance Factor
An example may look like this:
A Timber Paling fence that goes right to the ground with some small gaps due to age, is
worth a barrier factor of 5.
One reflective surface adjacent to the Heat Pump is worth a factor or 3.
The DX 120 Heat Pump has a sound power level of 66 db(A).
Therefore your equation will now look like this:
66 {db(A)}
Heat Pump Sound
Pressure Level
–
5
Barrier Factor
+
3
=
Reflective Surface
Factor
64
Distance Factor
The distance factor is 64 which should be written in Box 3.
The final step is to mark 64 on Column 2 below and draw a straight line through the middle
X to reach Column 1. Column 1 is the minimum distance the Heat Pump should be
installed from a noise sensitive area in your neighbour’s residence.
Colum 1
Minimum
distance
to your
neighbour
(m)
1
Column 2
Noise
factor
80
1.5
75
2
3
70
6
7
8
9
10
65
60
15
55
20
30
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With one reflective surface and a timber paling fence with small gaps, the Heat Pump
needs to be installed at least 10 metres from a noise sensitive area in your neighbour’s
property.
This calculation is intended as a guide only and no warranty is made or implied by Hurlcon
as to its accuracy. Please consult an Acoustical Consultant or phone your Hurlcon
branch office if in any doubt.
Further Guidelines for installation of Heat Pumps
•
•
•
•
•
•
DX Heat Pumps must be installed outdoors – never install inside a plant room,
garage etc.
Allow a minimum of 500mm clearance from the sides and rear of the heat pump and
a minimum of 600mm service access from the front of the Heat Pump.
Ensure an electrical isolation switch is located nearby the Heat Pump.
On Three Phase models, ensure the phase rotation of the compressor is checked
before commissioning of the unit.
Ensure the water pressure switch operation is checked at least 6 times prior to
handing over the Heat Pump.
Refer to Installation and Operating Instructions for full installation, commissioning
and operating procedures.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
HEATER WILL NOT START
Possible cause
Remedy
Automatic control system fails
Pump not running
Check if power to heater is turned on and
pump is in operation
Start pump
Pump airlocked
Check for leaks
Filter dirty
Clean filter
Pump strainer basket clogged
Clean strainer
Defective heater control
Shut off electrical supply and call for service
Thermostat turned off
Turn on
Set temperature lower than water temperature
Increase set temperature
Water too hot-fault condition displayed
Refer to fault indication table
HEATER SHORT CYCLING (RAPID ON AND OFF OPERATION)
Possible cause
Remedy
Insufficient water flow
Clean filter and pump strainer
Defective wiring
Repair or replace wiring
Defective high limit or thermostat
Repair or replace
If the heater cannot be made to perform correctly, please contact the Hurlcon office closest to you.
For
VIC:
NSW:
QLD:
SA:
Phone (03) 9765 9765
Phone (02) 9674 8544
Phone (07) 3393 3233
Phone (08) 8345 5755
For all other areas, please contact our Victorian office.
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FIVE YEAR PRO RATA WARRANTY
Hurlcon cover your pool and spa heater with a limited 5 year Pro Rata warranty against defective
materials and workmanship from the date of purchase (plus 30 days to allow for installation).
1.
The cabinet is covered for a period of five years (plus 30 days to allow for installation).
2.
The heat exchanger and water header are covered for a period of two years (plus 30 days to
allow for installation).
3.
Components such as thermostat, wiring, gaskets and all other parts are covered for a period
of one year (plus 30 days to allow for installation)
The warranty includes in field labour costs where the heater is installed in a capital city metropolitan
area or within a 20 km radius of an Authorised Hurlcon Service Agent.
Like your motor vehicle, your new heater requires periodic service and maintenance to keep it
operating in top condition and at maximum efficiency. An annual service by one of our qualified
service technicians is highly recommended.
Limitations
All warranties only apply if the heater is installed and operated in complete compliance with the
installation and operating instructions. The warranty shall not apply to any heaters or parts which
have been subject to accident, negligence, alteration, abuse or misuse.
Corrosion of the heat exchanger is caused by improper water chemical balance and will void all
warranties. Refer to Installation and Operating Instructions for water balance guide. Hurlcon
assumes no liability for consequential damages of any kind. In field labour warranty is applicable in
capital city metropolitan areas and within a 20 km radius of Hurlcon Authorised Service Agents.
Should you request a warranty service call and the problem is diagnosed as non-warrantable, you
will be charged for a diagnostic service call plus any parts and labour required to repair the heater.
No person is authorised to make any representations on behalf of Hurlcon.
Commercial Installations
On commercial installations, such as health clubs, motels/hotels and hydrotherapy facilities, parts
and in field labour warranty (within capital city metropolitan areas or 20 km radius of Authorised
Service Agents) is 12 months from the date of purchase plus 30 days.
Hurlcon Manufacturing & Sales Pty. Limited
Victoria:
New South Wales:
Ph: (03) 9765 9765
Ph: (02) 9674 8544
Fax: (03) 9764 9009 Fax: (02) 9674 8522
Queensland:
South Australia:
Ph: (07) 3393 3233 Ph: (08) 8345 5755
Fax: (07) 3393 3255 Fax: (08) 8345 5211
Western Australia:
Ph: (08) 9258 9322
Fax: (08) 9258 9344
Website: www.hurlcon.com.au
Email: service@hurlcon.com.au
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