cap600-uvp and cap600-uv instruction manual

cap600-uvp and cap600-uv instruction manual
MODELS: CAP600-UVP AND CAP600-UV
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Abatement Technologies, Inc.
Georgia, USA
800-634-9091
Abatement Technologies, Ltd.
Ontario, Canada
905-871-4720
rev. 5/1/2005
ABATEMENT TECHNOLOGIES CENTRAL AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEMS
MODELS: CAP600-UVP AND CAP600-UV
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
© Abatement Technologies 1998 All Rights Reserved. No reproduction of any portion of this work is permitted
without the express written permission of Abatement Technologies, Inc.
Note:
1. Read and understand all operating instructions before installing and using the
CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV units.
2. Save this instruction manual for future reference.
This instruction manual provides important information on the installation and operation of the
CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV Central Air Purification Systems. These instructions must be
carefully followed in order to install and operate the systems safely and correctly. If you have any
questions regarding the installation, use or maintenance of the systems, call Abatement
Technologies at 800-634-9091 (U.S.) or 905-871-4720 (Canada) for assistance.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV Central Air Purification Systems are designed to be used
in conjunction with heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems that utilize ductwork
to convey conditioned air to the various rooms throughout the home. The systems are installed in
such a way that they filter a portion of the air being returned to the furnace/air conditioner for
heating and cooling. Both systems utilize multiple stages of filtration including a High Efficiency
Particulate Air (HEPA) filter that is certified to remove 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 microns
in size. The CAP600-UV includes an ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI) bulb. Ultraviolet
germicidal irradiation breaks down bacteria, molds, and viruses. The CAP600-UVP includes a
UVGI/Photolysis (UVGI/P) bulb. In addition to emitting UVGI, the bulb also creates a photolysis
reaction, which is an oxidation process that neutralizes unpleasant odors and volatile organic
compounds (VOC's).
The systems can be installed and set-up to operate continuously or when the furnace/air
conditioner blower is operating. For maximum filtration, it is recommended that the units
operate continuously so that air is filtered 24 hours a day.
Note: To maximize UVGI and UVGI/P bulb life, the unit's power switch should be left in
the "ON" position except when replacing the HEPA filter, bulb, or servicing the unit.
KEY COMPONENTS AND THEIR FUNCTION - Refer to Figures A and C.
Prefilter Access Door - downward opening door which provides access to and protects the
primary and secondary filters.
HEPA Filter Access Panel - provides access to and protects the HEPA filter and the UVGI
or UVGI/P bulb. Panel is secured to cabinet with sheet metal screws.
Filters:
Primary - removes coarse particulates (dust, dirt, etc.) from the air stream. Protects and
extends the life of the secondary and HEPA filters.
Secondary - pleated filter which removes finer particulates. The particulate removal
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capability also extends the life of the more expensive HEPA filter.
Note: The Secondary filter is sealed in a poly bag in order to preserve the odor/
vapor/gas adsorbtion capacity of the activated charcoal. Remove the filter from
the poly bag before installing the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV.
HEPA - has an efficiency rating of 99.97% in removing 0.3 micron size particles from the
air stream.
NOTE: Before operating the unit, check to ensure that the HEPA filter hasn't loosened or
shifted out of its proper position during transportation of the unit. Refer to the section of
this manual entitled "Filter Change Procedure" for instructions on how to position and
tighten the HEPA filter.
Ultraviolet Germicidal Irradiation (UVGI) bulb - assembly is installed inside the cylindrical
HEPA filter frame of the CAP600-UV. The bulb irradiates prefiltered air before the air is pushed
through the HEPA filter.
UVGI/Photolysis (UVGI/P) bulb - assembly is installed inside the HEPA filter frame of the
CAP600-UVP. This bulb irradiates prefiltered air and also creates a photolysis reaction.
Sight glass - provides a means of checking the status of the UVGI or UVGI/P bulb. The sight
glass is located adjacent to the Filter Change Indicator.
Motorized impeller - pulls air through the primary and secondary filters and pushes air through
the HEPA filter.
Power Switch - rocker-arm style ON/OFF power switch which illuminates when it is in the "ON"
position.
Interlock Switch - turns power to unit "OFF" if HEPA filter access panel is removed while unit
is running. If a HEPA filter or bulb change is attempted without turning power to the CAP600-UVP
or CAP600-UV "OFF", the interlock switch shuts the power "OFF" and prevents anyone from
looking directly at UVGI rays that can cause temporary or permanent loss of vision and severe
skin burns.
Filter Change Indicator - amber light which indicates excessive loading of the prefilters and
that filter change procedures should be followed.
Power cord - number 18-3 AWG, 3 wire power cord with ground pin.
Inlet and Outlet Collars - provide a means of connecting the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV to
the furnace return air plenum and cold air return with rigid or flexible duct.
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENTS
1. The CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV require a minimum of 110 volts AC, 60 hz to operate
properly; however, for maximum air flow performance, the units require 115 volts AC. Make
certain that any extension cord(s) used do not reduce power to less than 110 volts. Use of a
voltmeter to confirm adequate voltage is recommended. For maximum safety, the units
should be connected to a 3 prong, properly grounded outlet equipped with a ground fault
circuit interrupt device (GFCI). A GFCI will trip the circuit and stop the flow of electricity if any
significant leakage of current is detected.
2. Power cords should never be exposed to water, heat, sharp or abrasive objects; in
addition, they should never be kinked or crushed. Always replace damaged power cords
immediately.
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3. Extension cords used for the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV must be the number 18-3 AWG,
3 wire type. NOTE: Use of larger numerical gauge (lower capacity wire) power
cord(s) may result in damage to the UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs and ballast. The cords
must be in good condition, in continuous lengths (no splicing) and should not exceed a total
of 25 feet in length. Use of too much cord can result in a voltage decrease and shorten the
life of the UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs.
Caution: To avoid damage to the unit's electrical system, do not connect or
disconnect unit to power source unless the unit's power switch is in the "OFF"
position.
Caution: To reduce risk of electrical shock do not expose the CAP600-UVP or
CAP600-UV to water. Do not touch the electrical outlet or power cord(s) with wet
hands or while standing on a wet surface.
Warning: Risk of electrical shock! Can cause injury or death. Always turn the
CAP600- UVP or CAP600-UV "OFF" and disconnect it from the power source before
replacing filters, bulb or servicing the unit.
Caution: To reduce risk of fire or electrical shock, do not use the CAP600-UVP or
CAP600-UV unit with any solid state speed control device. Do not use in a cooking
area.
CAUTION: For General Ventilating Use Only. Do not use to exhaust Hazardous Or
Explosive Materials And Vapors.
Warning: Any atmosphere that is combustible, flammable, explosive, oxygen deficient, and/or
contains odors, vapors, gases or particulates that exceed permissible exposure levels should
be evaluated by a certified industrial hygiene professional before being occupied. Such atmospheres may require the use of intrinsically safe equipment, specific engineering controls, and
personal protective equipment in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Canadian Standards Association
(CSA), and other federal, state, provincial and local regulations.
Warning: This equipment is not classified as “intrinsically safe” and should not be used in the
following potentially hazardous locations as defined by the Underwriters Laboratories: Class I
Division I, Class I Division 2, Class 1 Zone 0, Class 1 Zone 1, Class 1 Zone 2, Class II Division
1, Class II Division 2, Class III Division 1, Class III Division 2. Refer to the UL web site: http://
www.ul.com/hazloc/define.htm.
LOCATION AND INSTALLATION OF UNIT - Refer to Figures B-1, B-2, and B-3
Note: The person installing the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV must be a licensed and
trained HVAC technician
Note: The CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV are designed for indoor use only.
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Since the units cannot remove existing dust and dirt from the air ducts, furnace blower and
evaporator coil, these major HVAC components should be thoroughly cleaned using sourceremoval techniques before installation.
Warning: Check to ensure that the CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV are disconnected from
electrical power source during installation process. Risk of electrical shock! Can cause
serious injury or death. Always turn the electrical power switches and circuit breakers
for the furnace/air conditioning unit(s) "OFF" before installing the CAP600-UVP or
CAP600-UV.
Caution: When installing the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV always wear the proper
personal protective equipment (particularly eye and hand protection) in accordance
with federal, state, and employer regulations. Be extremely careful when handling sheet
metal during installation because serious injury could result from coming in contact
with sharp edges.
The diagrams in Figures B-1, B-2 and B-3 are graphic displays which show how the CAP600UVP or CAP600-UV connects to the heating/air conditioning system.
The following recommendations will facilitate installation and optimize the operating performance
of the unit:
♦
Use the minimum length of ducting with the fewest possible number of turns or bends.
♦
Use 10" diameter round ducting. Rigid ducting is preferable to minimize turbulence and air
losses; however, semi-rigid or flexible ducting is acceptable.
♦
Regardless of the type of ducting used, rigid "sweep" type, radiused connections should be
used for all turns and bends.
♦
If flexible ducting is used, it must be as taut as possible to avoid "pancaking" or flattening.
♦
Seal all connections to prevent air leakage.
Warning: Neither the CAP600-UVP nor the CAP600-UV should be installed in the line of
sight of any inlet/outlet grilles or openings. The UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs produce intense
ultraviolet light and heat. Direct contact with ultraviolet light and bulb can cause
temporary or permanent loss of vision and severe skin burns. Never look at a UV lamp
while it is illuminated. Never operate the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV before it is
completely installed.
1. Determine the location and position of the unit relative to the furnace/air conditioning unit.
2. The exhaust collar is packed inside the cabinet, underneath the secondary filter.
3. Determine which of the three exhaust outlet openings in the lower section of the cabinet will be
used. See Figure C. Attach the exhaust collar to the cabinet with four sheet metal screws,
making sure that the collar is facing outwards.
4. Attach the two solid cover plates to the other two exhaust outlet openings.
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ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION
There are four possible electrical installations for the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV as follows:
Installation Method #1- Continuous Operation
• After connecting the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV to the heating/air conditioning system,
plug the unit into a 115 VAC/15 AMP electrical outlet and turn the power switch to the "ON"
position. The unit will run continuously unless the power switch is turned to the "OFF" position
or there is an interruption in the power supply.
Installation Method #2 - Sail Switch Installation -Honeywell Model S688A or equivalent
• After connecting the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV to the heating/air conditioning system,
remove the HEPA filter access panel from the cabinet in order to make the appropriate
wiring connections.
• Locate the red pigtail leads in the cabinet (see Figure D) and disconnect the marrette connector.
Connect the 14/3 BX cable (which will run to the sail switch) through the 7/8" knockout located
underneath the power cord. Connect the BX black wire to one red lead and the BX white wire
to the other red lead. Connect the BX Ground wire to the motor channel in the CAP600-UVP
or CAP600-UV.
• At the Sail Switch - BX black wire connects to the Common terminal. BX white wire connects
to the Normally Open terminal. BX Ground wire connects to the switch metal enclosure.
• See the switch manufacturer's instructions to determine how to mount the switch in the cold
air return duct and which springs to use. Also see Figure B-1.
• Reassemble the HEPA filter access panel to the unit.
• Plug the unit into a 115 VAC/15 AMP electrical outlet and turn the power switch to the "ON"
position.
Installation Method #3 - Pressure Switch Installation - Columbus Electric Model RH3A or
equivalent
• After connecting the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV to the heating/air conditioning system,
remove the HEPA filter access panel from the cabinet in order to make the appropriate
wiring connections.
• Locate the red pigtail leads in the cabinet (see Figure D) and disconnect the marrette connector.
Connect the 14/3 BX cable (which will run to the pressure switch) through the 7/8" knockout
located underneath the power cord. Connect the BX black wire to one red lead and the BX
white wire to the other red lead. Connect the BX Ground wire to the motor channel in the
CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV.
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• At the Pressure Switch - BX black wire connects to the Common terminal. BX white wire
connects to the Normally Open terminal. BX Ground wire connects to the switch metal
enclosure.
• See the switch manufacturer's instructions to determine how to mount the switch in the
supply air duct. Also see Figure B-2.
• Reassemble the HEPA filter access panel to the unit.
• Plug the unit into a 115 VAC/15 AMP electrical outlet and turn the power switch to the "ON"
position.
Installation Method #4 - Air Flow Switch Installation - Dwyer Model 530 or equivalent
• After connecting the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV to the heating/air conditioning system,
remove the HEPA filter access panel from the cabinet in order to make the appropriate
wiring connections.
• Locate the red pigtail leads in the cabinet (see Figure D) and disconnect the marrette connector.
Connect the 14/3 BX cable (which will run to the air flow switch) through the 7/8" knockout
located underneath the power cord. Connect the BX black wire to one red lead and the BX
white wire to the other red lead. Connect the BX Ground wire to the motor channel in the
CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV.
• At the Air Flow Switch - BX black wire connects to the Common terminal. BX white wire
connects to the Normally Open terminal. BX Ground wire connects to the switch metal
enclosure.
• See the switch manufacturer's instructions to determine how to mount the switch in the air
duct. Also see Figure B-3.
• Reassemble the HEPA filter access panel to the unit.
• Plug the unit into a 115 VAC/15 AMP electrical outlet and turn the power switch to the "ON"
position.
UVGI, UVGI/PHOTOLYSIS BULBS
The UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs each have a rated service life of approximately 1 year, provided
they are not: (a) dropped or otherwise damaged, and (b) turned "ON" and "OFF" more than
once every 8 hours. As stated in the GENERAL INFORMATION section of this instruction manual,
"To maximize UVGI and UVGI/P is bulb life, the unit's power switch should be left in the "ON"
position except when replacing the HEPA filter, bulb or servicing the unit." If the CAP600-UVP
and CAP600-UV are used in the recommended manner, bulb life will closely approximate 1 year.
Periodically, check the status of the bulb by looking through the sight glass in the CAP600-UVP
or CAP600-UV. If no glow is visible, the bulb or ballast has burned out.
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Note: Bulb should be replaced once each year.
FILTERS
The CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV have 3 stages of filtration:
Stage 1: 1" thick particulate (dust, dirt, etc.) primary filter (Part #F621).
Stage 2: 2" thick charcoal impregnated gas/odor/particulate secondary filter (Part #VL602).
Stage 4: 99.97% efficient High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filter (Part #H610C-99).
NOTE: The CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV and the furnace or air conditioning system must be
operating in order to check filter loading. Do not operate the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV
unless the primary, secondary and HEPA filters are installed and the filter access door and
panel are closed.
When Filter Replacement Is Required
Check the status of the amber filter change indicator light monthly or more frequently. If this light turns
"ON", one or more of the prefilters need replacement in order to maintain the peak operating performance
of the unit. The time interval between filter changes is determined by the size and concentration of
airborne contaminants, temperature and humidity conditions, and duration of use. Due to the design of
the CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV, the filter change indicator system does not measure pressure drop
across the HEPA filter. The HEPA filter should be changed approximately every 2 years.
Caution: Abatement Technologies Central Air Purification units are designed to meet or exceed
standards for high efficiency air filtration equipment. Use only Abatement Technologies parts,
including replacement filters. The filters are not reusable; therefore, do not attempt to clean
and reuse them. Use of non-Abatement Technologies parts and filters voids the product
warranty and all performance claims.
FILTER AND BULB CHANGE PROCEDURE - Refer to Figures A and C.
Warning: Always turn the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV and furnace/air conditioning system "OFF"
before replacing the HEPA filter, bulb or servicing the unit. The UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs produce
intense ultraviolet light and heat. Direct contact with ultraviolet light and bulb can cause
temporary or permanent loss of vision and severe skin burns. Never look at a UV lamp while it
is illuminated.
To Change The Primary Filter:
1. Pull up on the door latch and open the Prefilter Access door.
2. Remove the primary filter (top filter) and replace it with a new one (Part #F621).
3. Close the door and lock it in this position by pushing down on the latch. Make sure the door is
completely closed before closing latch.
4. Operate the unit and if the filter change indicator remains "ON" after changing the primary filter, the
secondary filter should be replaced.
To Change The Secondary Filter:
1. Open the Prefilter Access door.
2. Remove the secondary filter (second stage filter) and replace it with a new one (Part #VL602).
3. Close the door and lock it in position.
To Change The HEPA Filter and UVGI or UVGI/P Bulb: Refer to Figures A and C
Warning: Both the UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs get extremely hot during operation. Unit must be
turned "OFF" for at least 15 minutes before replacing or cleaning bulb. Touching the bulb
immediately after turning unit "OFF" will result in severe skin burns.
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Caution: Always turn the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV unit and furnace/air conditioning system
"OFF" before replacing the HEPA filter and/or bulb. Place a piece of tape over the ON/OFF
switches to ensure that they remain in the "OFF" position while replacing the HEPA filter and/
or bulb.
1. Turn the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV and the furnace/air conditioning system "OFF" and remove
the HEPA filter access panel.
2. Disconnect the bulb from the ballast assembly (which is mounted on a shelf just above the HEPA
filter) by unplugging the female connector from the 4 pin end (top) of the bulb.
3. Using a 1/2" wrench, loosen the 2 HEPA filter retaining bolts by turning them in a counterclockwise
direction and gently slide the HEPA filter out of the cabinet.
4. The bulb is mounted inside the HEPA filter as follows:
a) the top section is secured in place by a metal retaining bracket which fits snugly inside the top
section of the metal HEPA filter frame.
b) the bottom of the bulb fits snugly inside a metal retaining clip which is attached to the base plate
of the HEPA filter.
5. To change the HEPA filter:
a) grasp the ceramic section at top of bulb (4 pin end of bulb) and remove bulb from inside of HEPA
filter. Do not touch the glass section of the bulb with bare hands because skin oils will
reduce the effectiveness of the bulb.
b) pull up on the metal retaining bracket until it dislodges from the HEPA filter frame.
c) replace the HEPA filter (part # H610C-99).
d) position metal retaining bracket over top section of new HEPA filter frame and push down on the
bracket until it snaps into place against frame.
e) insert bottom of bulb into the retaining clip at base of HEPA filter.
f) snap the ceramic section at top of bulb (4 pin end) into the spring clip of the metal retaining
bracket attached to HEPA filter.
g) place the new HEPA filter (which now contains the bulb and bracket assemblies) on the edge of
the ^- shaped HEPA filter support bracket which is mounted inside the cabinet.
h) plug the 4 pin end of the bulb into the female connector (from ballast).
i) push the HEPA filter and its ^-shaped support bracket back into cabinet.
j) tighten the filter retaining bolts and reattach HEPA filter access panel.
k) turn the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV and furnace/air conditioning system back "ON".
6. To change the UVGI or UVGI/P bulb:
a) repeat step 5 a) above.
b) replace the UVGI or UVGI/P bulb.
c) repeat steps 5 e), f), h), i), j), k).
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CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV SPECIFICATIONS
FEATU R E
C AP600-U VP, C AP600-U V
Net wei ght wi th fi lters:
55 lbs.
Shi ppi ng wei ght:
63 lbs.
D i mensi ons:
Wi dth x D epth x Hei ght
16 3/4" x 16 5/8" x 29"
Electri cal power rati ng:
115 volts, 60 hz.
Motori zed i mpeller:
600 cfm @ 0 i nches of water column (WC )
stati c pressure, 125 watts, thermal overload
protecti on wi th automati c reset, 60 hz, si ngle
phase.
Ai rflow:
575 - 675 cfm when operated i n conjuncti on
wi th HVAC motor/blower.
C abi net materi al:
22 gauge powder coated steel
C abi net seams:
ri veted constructi on
Noi se level:
63 dB A
Power swi tch/i ndi cator:
rocker-arm style power ON/OFF swi tch whi ch
i llumi nates when i t i s i n the "ON" posi ti on
Fi lter change i ndi cator:
amber li ght
Power cord:
6 ft. long wi th 3 prong plug
Pri mary fi lter:
1" thi ck, coarse parti culate fi lter. C onforms to
UL900 C lass II requi rements for flammabi li ty.
Secondary fi lter:
2" thi ck, charcoal i mpregnated
odor/vapor/gas/parti culate fi lter. C onforms to
UL900 C lass II requi rements for flammabi li ty.
HEPA fi lter:
Hi gh Effi ci ency Parti culate Ai r fi lter whi ch i s
99.97% effi ci ent agai nst 0.3 mi cron si ze
parti cles. C onforms to UL900 C lass II
requi rements for flammabi li ty.
Accessori es i ncluded wi th uni t:
Exhaust collar and two soli d cover plates.
Bulb type:
C AP600-UVP - ultravi olet germi ci dal
i rradi ati on/Photolysi s bulb.
C AP600-UV - UVGI only
Interlock swi tch
Turns power to uni t "OFF" i f HEPA fi lter
access panel i s removed whi le uni t i s
runni ng.
Note: Specifications subject to change without notice.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
P R OB LE M
P OS S IB LE C AU S E
S OLU TION
Uni t won't start when power
swi tch i s turned "ON".
P ower cord.
C heck all connecti ons and
condi ti on of cord. D O NOT
OP E RATE UNIT WITH
D A MA GE D P OWE R OR
E XTE NS ION C ORD (S ).
Tri pped ci rcui t breaker.
Reset bui ldi ng breaker.
Tri pped GFC I.
Reset GFC I at power source.
Thermal overload on
motori zed i mpeller has
tri pped.
Turn uni t "OFF", wai t 20-30
mi nutes and restart.
D uct mounted swi tch.
C heck all wi ri ng and
connecti ons between duct
mounted swi tch and uni t.
Uni t won't start when furnace
blower turns "ON".
Replace duct mounted
swi tch.
A mber fi lter change i ndi cator
i s "ON.
S econdary fi lter has not been
removed from poly bag.
Remove fi lter from poly bag.
Loaded prefi lters.
Refer to FILTE R A ND B ULB
C HA NGE P ROC E D URE
secti on of the i nstructi on
manual.
E lectri cal connecti on.
C heck connecti on between
bulb and balast.
B urned out bulb.
Refer to the secti on enti tled
To C hange the H E PA Filter
and U VGI or U VGI/P B ulb.
B urned out ballast or
i nterlock swi tch.
C all A batement Technologi es
Techni cal S upport
D epartment for assi stance.
B ulb doesn't glow.
Note: If the unit does not start or malfunctions after carefully follow the Troubleshooting Guide,
call Abatement Technologies service department at 800-634-9091 (U.S.) or 905-871-4720
(Canada) for assistance.
COMPONENT REPLACEMENT
Caution: Always turn the CAP600-UVP or CAP600-UV "OFF" and disconnect it from
the power source before servicing the unit. Unit is equipped with automatic restart
motorized impeller and may restart without warning. Keep clear of motorized impeller
at all times.
Occasionally a defective component will cause the unit to operate improperly or not at all.
Any electrical component can fail. Refer to Figure E Wiring Diagram and Figure F Wiring
Schematic to diagnose the failure of any component. Diagnostics and servicing should only be
performed by a qualified technician.
Warning: Use only Abatement Technologies prefilters, HEPA filters, and replacement
parts. Substitute filters and parts void the warranty, jeopardize worker and environmental
safety, and adversely affect engineered performance levels.
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CARE OF THE UNIT
Warning: Both the UVGI and UVGI/P bulbs get extremely hot during operation. Unit
must be turned "OFF" for at least 15 minutes before replacing or cleaning bulb. Touching the bulb immediately after turning unit "OFF" will result in severe skin burns.
The cabinet for the CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV is powder-coated and should be cleaned
with a damp cloth or a water-based cleaner/sanitizer. Do not use harsh chemicals, solvents or
detergents to clean the powder-coated surface.
Inspect the UVGI or UVGI/P bulb every 6 months. If the bulb is soiled, clean the glass with a cotton
ball and alcohol.
Keep all of the unit's electrical components dry as their exposure to liquids poses a safety hazard
and can damage components.
CERTIFICATION OF UNIT
The CAP600-UVP and CAP600-UV Central Air Purification units have been tested by Intertek
Testing Services (ITS) and are all ETL listed.
ITS is accredited by the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) as a
Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL).
Limited Warranty
Abatement Technologies, Inc (ATI) warrants that goods sold to the original user shall be free
from defects in material and workmanship for a period of 2 years, except such as are commercially acceptable. The warranty on the lamps is 1 year from the date of purchase. This warranty
does not include useful filter life. ATI does not warrant that the goods sold are merchantable or fit for any particular purpose. ATI makes no warranties other than as stated in
this paragraph. All other
warranties, guaranties, or representations, express or implied, by operation of law or
otherwise, are expressly disclaimed. Goods found by ATI to be defective or not to conform
to specification shall upon return be replaced or repaired by ATI without any additional
charges, or, at ATI’s option, ATI may refund the purchase price of such goods. ATI will pay
return transportation charges on returned goods not exceeding the transportation charges
applicable to shipment from original destination unless the returned goods are free from defect
and conform to specifications. Returned goods which are found by ATI to be free from defect
and to conform to specifications shall be held for Purchaser’s shipping instructions, which
instructions Purchaser shall furnish promptly upon request. ATI’s liability shall in no event
extend beyond replacement, repair or refund of the purchase price and ATI shall not
be liable under any circumstances for special, contingent or consequential damages,
nor for loss, damages, or expenses directly or indirectly arising from
the use of the goods, including without limitation, warehousing, labor, handling and
service charges, die, equipment, or machine breakage, nor for costs, lost profits or
loss of good will. The use of substitute, non-ATI parts and/or filters, in any ATI prod-
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uct, voids all warranties and performance claims. The remedies set forth herein are
exclusive.
For warranty information and assistance contact Abatement Technologies’ Customer Service
Department at 800-634-9091 (U.S.) or 905-871-4720 (Canada.)
Abatement Technologies’ HEPA-AIRE® and HEPA-CARE® high-efficiency air filtration units
are originally equipped with true HEPA (High Efficiency Particulate Air) filters designed to maximize the performance of the equipment, and to meet the following industry standards:
Institute of Environment Sciences and Technology
IEST-RP-CC001.3 (Type A HEPA and ULPA Filters)
IEST-RP-CC021.1 (Testing HEPA and ULPA Filter Media)
Underwriters Laboratories
UL900, Class II (Flammability Specifications)
100% Efficiency Tested
Abatement Technologies HEPA filters are individually tested and certified to ensure that the completed filter provides an overall minimum efficiency of 99.97% when challenged by a thermally
generated test aerosol 0.3-microns in size, in accordance with IEST-RP-CC001.3.
Caution: Do Not Substitute
Use only Abatement Technologies filters in this product. Substitution of other filters may reduce
the unit’s filtration efficiency, airflow and filter life, and voids all related performance claims and
product warranties.
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