Installation guide B-5000 Sparkling Tap option XL

Installation guide B-5000 Sparkling Tap option XL
Installation guide
B-5000 Sparkling
Tap option XL
Installation requirements.
XL
—Components for B-5000 Sparking
Before commencing installation,
ensure you have identified the following.
1. Boiling water module
2. Chilled water module
3. Sparkling control box
4. CO2 regulator and cylinder
5. Dispenser upper with tubing
6. Dispenser base & mount
7. Barb locking bush
8. 4mm chrome screw & allen key
9. Large washer
10. Tube spring clamps x 3
11. 90° John Guest elbow
12. White 1/4” tube x 3
13. 600mm flexible braided hose
14. Filter cartridge (installed)
15. User guide
16. Warranty registration card
17. Warning label
—Determine Unit Location
Plan the installation. Dispenser tube lengths,
position of power and water outlets, required
air space around the underbench modules and
access for service must be considered before
cutting tube lengths refer to Diagrams 1,3a
and 3b for clearances around units. Refer to
Diagrams 4a and 4b for suggested layouts.
—Water Supply
The B-5000 Sparking must only be connected
to a cold water supply. A ½” BSP stop tap
(not supplied) is to be installed in an easily
accessible position within 600mm from
the boiling water module water supply inlet.
Dynamic water supply pressure:
Min. 250 kPa, max. 1000 kPa.
Minimum water supply: 6 l/m at 250 kPa
Supply temp: min. 5°C, max. 30°C.
Do not install with water that is
microbiologically unsafe or with water of
unknown quality without adequate disinfection
before or after the system. Systems certified
for cyst reduction may be used on disinfected
water that may contain filterable cysts.
—Power Requirements
Two 3 pin 10 amp GPOs are required. A
dedicated circuit should be provided and must
be fitted with an earth leakage protection
device (RCD). An externally fitted RCD device is
acceptable.
Both B-5000 Sparkling modules are supplied
with a 1 metre flex cord and plug.
800mm
Tube length
supplied
Power
Outlet x 2
Cupboard dimensions:
555mm minimum width
460mm minimum depth
60mm
Minimum
clearance
Stop tap
(installed by plumber)
Max 600mm from unit
Diagram 1
20mm
185mm
145mm
215mm
10mm
Bench
thickness
1mm-54mm
35mm
100mm
Diagram 2
Installation requirements.
XL
Chilled Water Module Dimensions
Boiling Water Module Dimensions
325mm
240mm
20mm
20mm
180mm
385mm
365mm
385mm
340mm
340mm
FRONT
SIDE
FRONT
325mm
SIDE
365mm
240mm
180mm
TOP
TOP
Diagram 3a
B-5000 Sparking Suggested Layout A (Plan)
Diagram 3b
B-5000 Sparking Suggested Layout B (Plan)
620mm
555mm
620mm
555mm
50mm
50mm
150mm
50mm
150mm
50mm
375mm
440mm
440mm
375mm
150mm
50mm
150mm
50mm
50mm
Note: Shaded area shows ventilation clearance
50mm
Diagram 4a
Note: Shaded area shows ventilation clearance
Diagram 4b
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Installing the dispenser.
XL.
IMPORTANT: This Billi appliance is to be installed by a licensed tradesperson in accordance with
AS 3500.4 or AS/NZ 3500.4.2 and in compliance with applicable state regulatory requirements.
For correct operation of this appliance, it is essential to observe the manufacturer’s instructions.
1. Install Dispenser Assembly
Determine position of dispenser mounting
hole in sinktop or benchtop. Dispenser base
template (Diagram 5) may be cut out and
used to assist in correct positioning. Refer to
Diagram 2 for clearances allowed. Hole size
required is ø35mm.
—Stainless Steel Sinktop
A suitable 35mm hole punch (Part no: 857901)
is available as an accessory from Billi Pty Ltd.
If possible, cut hole with die mounted below
the sinktop surface so that burr is pulled
downwards. Alternatively, remove burr and
radius edge of hole with fine file. This allows
barbed dispenser mount to slide smoothly
into mounting hole.
—Timber/Laminate Benchtop
Maximum benchtop thickness is 54mm
Cut 35mm hole in appropriate position*.
When drilling through a particle board bench
top, take care to avoid a large chip breaking
away as drill breaks through underside
surface. We recommend drilling a small
pilot hole through benchtop, partially drilling
the 35mm hole from underneath and then
completing drilling the hole from above.
The large 30mm washer supplied may
be used to secure barb where underside
particle board bench top has chipped away.
* For granite or marble benchtops we
recommend you use a certified stone
mason to pre-drill the hole.
2. Activate Dispenser Swivel Feature
To activate the swivel feature of your dispenser,
you will need to remove the locking piece from
the dispenser base. Push out the piece as
shown in Diagram 6. This will allow the
tap to move 45° to the left and right.
IMPORTANT: Remove burrs and check internal
bore is completely smooth.
4. Fit Dispenser Head Assembly
a. Feed dispenser tubing and loom through
centre hole in the following order:
i. Dispenser power cord.
ii. Silicone tubes.
b.Gently pull hoses from under the bench
top, do not attempt to force tubing through
with a pointed object as silicone tube
is easily punctured. Check tubing is not
kinked or twisted.
c. Turn dispenser head assembly to
approximately 60° from the straight
ahead position of dispenser base.
Slide head assembly onto base assembly
whilst gently pulling tubing downwards
from underneath to prevent tubing
bunching and kinking. Mounting lugs
will pass nut and slide down the
3 grooves on the swivel bearing.
d.Once fully down, turn dispenser to
straight ahead position. Fit chrome
plated M4 retaining screw to lower rear
threaded hole and tighten using the allen
key supplied. If swivel feature activated
check dispenser now swivels smoothly
45° in each direction.
dispenser base
template
Diagram 5
Diagram 6
Swivel
bearing
Locking nut
Base casting
Gasket
Ensure burr
is removed
& edge has
a radius
Barbed
mounting
shaft
Barb locking bush in position
Diagram 7
Remove burrs after cutting and
ensure internal bore is smooth
Cut off
excess
thread
3. Fit Dispenser Base
a. Cut a 35mm hole in sinktop or benchtop.
Remove burr if protruding upwards.
b. Push barbed mounting shaft through
mount hole.
c. Insert barb locking bush as shown
in Diagram 7. Finger tighten nut.
d. Ensure barb is centred in mount hole
before tightening. Check position of
base ring and gasket.
e. Moderately tighten locking nut using
multigrips or spanner. Take care to
avoid overtightening nut which may
break the plastic threaded shaft.
f. Place large D washer over thread as
shown in Diagram 8.
g. Cut off excess threaded shaft with a
hacksaw, using washer as a cutting guide.
Barb locking
bush
Diagram 8
Silicone
tubing
Diagram 9
Installing
underbench modules.
1. Flush Water Supply
Flush water supply pipework before installing
the underbench unit by connecting 600mm
flexible braided hose to the supply tap and
running water into a bucket. Blockages/unit
malfunction caused by debris are not covered
under warranty.
—Dispenser to Boiling Water Module
a) Push red silicon tube onto barb on Boiling
Water Module labelled “BOILING (RED)” and
secure with spring clamp.
b) Push grey silicon tube onto barb on Boiling
Water Module labelled “VENT (GREY)” and
secure with spring clamp.
2. Install Underbench Units
Take care to observe minimum clearances.
Ensure there is adequate access to service
the units, taking into account the tube lengths
and space available Refer Diagram 1, page 2.
—Dispenser to Sparkling Control Box
a) Connect white hose from the dispenser to
the remaining empty fitting on the Sparkling
Control Box.
b) Connect electrical lead from the dispenser to
the Sparkling Control Box electrical socket.
B-5000 Sparking Top View
dispenser
boiling
(red)
ambient
(blue)
hot vent
(grey)
power
cord
water
supply
Diagram 10
3. Connect Components
—CO2 Cylinder to Chilled Water Module
IMPORTANT: Boiling outlet (red), vent tube (grey) a) Push the 90° John Guest elbow on to the
CO2 regulator.
tube must not be kinked and must be installed
b) Connect one end of white hose provided to
with a continual fall and no sag.
the John Guest elbow.
c) Connect the other end of the white hose to
Connect all tubing and electrical plug
the Chilled Water Module fitting labelled
as shown in Diagrams 10 and 11.
“CO2 INLET”.
Trim silicon tubes to correct lengths using
d) Screw CO2 cylinder into CO2 regulator.
a sharp knife or plastic tube cutter. Avoid
Some gas will escape during this process.
leaving excess tubing which will sag, trapping
water. Fit supplied spring clamps to retain
silicone rubber tubing to barbed fittings.
Some tube connections are made using
push-fit connectors and should be trimmed
to correct lengths. Tubes should be cleanly
cut square using a sharp knife or plastic
tube cutter. Ensure that tube ends are round
and not flattened or kinked, then push into
connectors firmly until properly seated (to
release, press the outer ring in while pulling
gently on the tube). Minimising the tube
lengths will improve the performance of the
chilled and sparkling water.
Chilled or Sparkling water
Vent (grey tube)
Tap connector
Boiling (red tube)
—Boiling Water Module to Chilled Water Module
a) Connect one end of white hose provided
to the Boiling Water Module fitting labeled
“AMBIENT”.
b) Connect the other end of the white hose to
the Chilled Water Module fitting labelled
“WATER SUPPLY INLET”.
—Chilled Water Module to Sparkling Control
Box
a) Connect blue tube to Chilled Water Module
fiting labelled “CHILLED WATER OUT”
b) Connect other end of blue tube to Sparkling
Control Box fitting labelled ‘CHILLED WATER
IN”
c) Connect white tube to Chilled Water Module
fitting labelled “SODA WATER OUT”
d) Connect other end of white tube to
Sparkling Control Box fitting labelled “SODA
WATER IN”
Solenoid
& Control Box
Ambient water
Chilled water
Sparkling water
AC
240V 10A
AC
240V 10A
Mains
water inlet
CO2
Diagram 11
—Sparkling Control Box to Boiling Water
Module
a) Connect electrical lead from Sparkling
Control box to Boiling Water Module socket
labelled “DISPENSER POWER CORD”
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Commissioning.
1. Turn on Water Supply
Turn on water supply and ensure that there
are no leaks. Remove front panel of unit and
remove packing foam from under filter canister.
Ensure filter canister is securely locked back
into place. Replace front panel.
2. Connect and Turn on Electricity Supply
(Boiling Water Module)
When power is applied the system checks
the water level in the hot tank and if empty
(below the low level sensor) then the unit
will enter the boiling point calibration mode.
This will normally only occur the first time
a new system is turned on.
On power ON, if the hot tank level sensor
is above the low level sensor, the unit will
enter its normal operating mode at full power.
This will happen when the system has been
installed and used at least once.
IMPORTANT: On initial power up, leave the unit
for 10 minutes before attempting user setup.
—Boiling Point Calibration
The hot tank will first fill to the height of the
low level sensor. The water is then heated until
it reaches boiling point. The unit will continue to
boil for up to 30 seconds while the temperature
sensor calibrates.
WARNING: Steam and small amounts of hot
water may be discharged from the tap and
vent during this period.
While calibration is underway the hot
water indicator (red) will double blink rapidly.
The hot water set point is calibrated 0.5°C
below the boiling point. Once calibrated the
unit will resume normal operations and
the calibration data is saved.
The unit will not re-calibrate under normal
circumstances. If a repeated calibration is
required the following procedure should
be followed:
– turn the water supply off
– run the hot water until the hot tank is empty
– turn the power off for 5 seconds, then on again
– turn water supply on
– the unit will then re-calibrate its boiling point.
3. Connect and Turn on Electricity Supply
(Chilled Water Module)
a) Lift chilled lever on dispenser and let
the water run until it stops. Check for leaks
around the Sparkling Control box and fittings.
b) Return the chilled lever to the centre
position.
c) Press both levers down together and hold
for about 20 seconds. Water should run from
the dispenser.
d) Release the levers and check for leaks.
Note: There may be air bubbles in the water
at first as the filter is dry.
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4. Set Chilled Water Temperature
Set the desired water temperature using
temperature control knob. Refer to
B-5000 Sparking User Guide.
5. Set Carbonation Level
a) Open the CO2 regulator by turning the
black knob clockwise.
b) Set the initial pressure to around 2 Bar.
c) Wait for the unit to come back to
temperature.
d) Increase the pressure to set your level of
carbonation. Initial set point may vary once
the unit is running, you may need to reset the
pressure once the system has stabilised.
WARNING: Do not set the pressure above 5
Bar
6. Re-check Connections for Leaks
7. Explain Operation to User
Commissioning.
WARNINGS.
INSTALLATION AND
COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
Unit is set to reflect correct tap style
Filter packing foam removed from
under filter canister.
Dispenser mounted securely.
Dispenser swivels 45º in each direction
– M4 chrome retaining screw fitted.
Tubing is cut to correct lengths and
not kinked or sagging. Red, grey and
10mm black tubes have a continual fall.
Tubing not twisted or kinked.
Tubing secured correctly – nuts and
spring clips.
Water main flushed before connection
to unit.
Unit connected to COLD water supply.
Correct air clearances around unit.
Power circuit fitted with an RCD
– earth leakage protection device.
Sawdust cleaned out of cupboard area.
Door vents fitted correctly (air-cooled
models only).
Unit heating and cooling (after initial fill).
Red and blue dispenser icons flashing
(or on continually when reached
temperature).
Boiling and chilled water flow correct.
For continued safety of this appliance
it must be installed, operated and
maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions.
—Your appliance should be installed by
a suitably qualified tradesperson.
—For correct operation of this appliance
it is essential to observe the instructions
as outlined in this booklet.
—Do not use this appliance with water that
is microbiologically unsafe or with water
of unknown quality without adequate
disinfection before or after the system.
Systems certified for cyst reduction may
be used on disinfected water that may
contain filterable cysts.
—Filter replacement must be performed
at intervals of not more than 6 months.
—Use this appliance only as directed in these
instructions and only for its designed purpose.
—This appliance is not intended for use by
persons (including children) with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or
lack of experience and knowledge, unless
they have been given supervision or
instruction concerning use of the appliance
by a person responsible for their safety.
—Children should be supervised to ensure
that they do not play with the appliance.
—DANGER: The operation of the thermal
cut-out indicates a possibly dangerous
situation. Do not reset the thermal cut-out
until the water heater has been serviced
by a qualified person.
—WARNING: Do not connect any restrictor or
pressure relief device to the vent pipe of this
water heater if installed.
—If the supply cord is damaged, it must be
replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order
to avoid a hazard.
—New hose-sets supplied with the appliance
are to be used and old hose-sets should not
be re-used.
If any difficulties arise contact
Billi Pty Ltd: Phone 1800 812 321 (Free call).
To validate your warranty refer to the
warranty card or validate online at
www.billi.com.au
For information on our filtration
and service contracts please contact
Billi Customer Service on 1800 812 321
or service@billi.com.au.
Billi Pty Ltd
42 Lucknow Crescent, Thomastown
Victoria 3074 Australia
Telephone +61 3 9469 0400
Facsimile +61 3 9469 0499
www.billi.com.au
Designed and manufactured in Australia.
As Billi Pty Ltd has a policy of continual
improvement, all details are subject
to change without notice. All goods
are sold subject to our published terms
and conditions. Billi is a registered
trademark. 0914
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