Vixo Progressive Mixertap

Vixo Progressive Mixertap
Minimum operating pressure 0.5 bar
Maximum operating pressure 5.5 bar*
These installation guidelines have been prepared for your
direction and you must exercise due care at all times. We do
not accept responsibility for problems that may occur
through improper installation. Whilst assembling the tap take
care not to accidentally loosen any screwed assemblies.
Maximum hot water temperature 70°C*
Recommended hot water temperature 46°C
Abode is a registered trademark of Abode Home Products
Limited.
Note: If these temperatures or pressures are
exceeded, even for short periods, damage
can result. In these instances a thermostatic
mixing or pressure reducing valve should be
installed.
Manufacturers Product Reference
Important Technical Data
All Abode taps are either WRAS approved
or manufactured in accordance with
recognised European standards. Please
ensure that your Abode Kitchen mixer is
fitted in accordance with Local Water
Byelaws.
Vixo Progressive Mixertap
©Abode
1/2013
5 Year warranty
Terms and Conditions
In the unlikely event that you should experience any
defect in the materials or workmanship of your new
Abode mixer within 5 years of purchase, the
purchaser’s sole remedy shall be the replacement
(at the manufacturer’s discretion) of all or any part of
the product that is defective. All working parts and
valves are guaranteed for a period of 5 years from
purchase. Decorative surface finishes and O-rings
are guaranteed for 1 year from the date of purchase
provided that our advice concerning care has been
observed and no scouring agents have been used.
This is provided that the mixer or tap has been used
for normal domestic purposes and that the care,
installation and maintenance instructions have been
observed. The warranty extends to the original
purchaser only.
Marks, scuffs and scratches caused by improper
installation or accidental damage are not covered by
this guarantee. Neither are shade variations or any
damage or defect caused by incorrect installation or
abuse of the fitting.
As we are continuously improving and developing
our range of products, finishes & colours, in the
event of a valid claim, we may not be able to provide
an identical replacement for the defective product
throughout the guarantee period. Where an identical
product is no longer available, we will supply the
nearest equivalent from our then current product
range. In assessing your claim, we must be given
the opportunity to inspect the product as installed
prior to removal. Any product returns must be
packaged as received and complete.
No other warranties, express or implied, are made,
including merchantability or fitness for a particular
purpose. Under no circumstances shall the
manufacturer be liable for any loss or damage
arising from the purchase, use or inability to use this
product, or for any special, indirect, incidental or
consequential damages. No liability is accepted for
consequential damage to other household fixtures,
fittings or furnishings arising from this claim, even if
attached to the product. No installer, dealer, agent or
employee of Abode Home Products Limited has the
authority to modify the obligations or limitations of
this warranty.
Care Instructions for your Kitchen Sink Mixer
Abode Home Products Limited, Unit L, Zenith Park, Whaley Road, Barnsley,S75 1HT.
Tel: 01226 283434 Fax: 01226 282434 www.abode.eu
All errors and omissions excepted.
To maintain the appearance of this tap, ensure that
it is regularly cleaned only using a clean, soft damp
cloth. A solution of warm water and a mild liquid
detergent may be used where necessary, and then
the fitting rinsed thoroughly and wiped dry. Any other
cleaning action will invalidate your warranty.
If the mixertap has a diffuser it should be unscrewed
and cleaned periodically in warm
water.
Abrasive cleaners, scouring cleaners and acidic
cleaners must not be used under any
circumstances. Avoid contact with all solvents
(including chlorinated solvents, ketones or acetones
as these may result in surface deterioration or
etching). Also avoid contact with any harsh
household chemicals such as oven cleaners, drain
cleaners, rust removers, paint strippers and toilet
bowl cleaners, bar keepers friend or Brasso.
Please leave these instructions for your
customer.
Parts and Contents
Installation
Key
Description
Qty
A
Mixertap body
1
B
Base plinth
1
C
Upper seal
1
D
Fixing stud
1
E
Triangular stabiliser (stainless steel
sinks only)
1
F
Rubber horseshoe
1
1.
Screw in the studded rod (D) into the base of the tap (A).
2.
Screw the hot & cold flexible tail pipes (J) into the base of the tap (A) (refer to inlet diagram for locations).
3.
Place the base plinth (B) then upper seal (C) onto the base of the mixer tap (A).
4.
Place the mixertap (A) onto the sink or worktop, passing the flexible tail pipes (J) and studded rod (D)
through the taphole.
5.
Pass the rubber and then metal horseshoe (F&G) over the studded rod (D) and around the tail pipes (J).
6.
Fasten the fixing nut (H) securely onto the fixing stud (D) to fix the tap (A) into its correct location.
7.
Ensure the non-return valves (I) are inserted into the flexible tail pipes (J)
8.
Attach the tail pipes (J) to the hot & cold water feed pipes using suitable BSP compression fittings.
After installation
G
Metal horseshoe
1
H
Fixing nut
1
I
Non-return valves
2
J
Hot & cold water flexible inlet pipes
2
Installation Instructions:
Preparation
Before installing the new mixer it is essential that you thoroughly flush through the supply pipes in order to remove
any remaining solder, swarf or impurities from your system. Failure to carry out this simple procedure could cause
problems or damage to the workings of the mixertap.
We strongly recommend installing particle filters and isolation valves to both the hot and cold feed pipes in an
accessible position. This will help to prevent premature failure of the valves and ease any future maintenance.
All parts should be removed from their packaging and inspected for any transport damage prior to installation.
Shut off your water heating system and ensure that your mains stopcock is closed. Open the lowest hot and cold
taps in the house and allow the water to run until the cold-water storage tank and pipes are fully empty. Please note,
the hot water storage cylinder (if applicable) will always remain full.
This mixertap requires a 35mm∅ tap hole, if replacing an existing tap, remove the tap & clean the end of the feed
pipes using wire wool the tap hole area should be free from dirt and sealant.
Loosely position the tap and tail pipes to check if any alteration to the existing pipework is required, if this is the case
do this now.
Once you have visually checked the new fittings and connections, ensure that all taps are closed except the new
mixer tap which should be left open. Turn on the water supply at the mains stop cock. As the system starts to refill,
check carefully for leaks. Once you are fully satisfied that there are no leaks, turn on the water heating.
Clean the tap to remove any marks created during installation as instructed then place the cloth bag that has been
provided to protect the tap until it is ready for use.
Product Use
This product uses an innovative ceramic 180° turn valve cartridge. Starting at the off position; turning the handle
clockwise will firstly select cold water and then progressively increase the flow of the cold water.
At 90° rotation full cold flow is achieved. After 90° the valve starts to mix hot water into the cold stream. At 135° 50/50
mixed water is achieved. Beyond 135° cold water is progressively reduced until at 180° the valve produces full hot
water flow only. It is important to note although the hot water can be mixed with cold to regulate temperature, unlike
the cold, hot water flow cannot be reduced in isolation to the cold.
Example of turning block at 135°; 50/50 mixed
hot & cold water.
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