Visio exposed thermostatic single sequential

Visio exposed thermostatic single sequential
Visio exposed thermostatic single sequential shower. Excluding shower kit
Exposed shower
Exposed shower
Size
Pattern No.
Pack 1 Qty
Pack 2 Qty
Code
Barcode
Price (£) ex VAT test
N/A
Exposed Shower CP
1
3
4K4074
5013866052934
£416.22
Code
Description
Dimensions
4K4074
VISIO CP EXPOSED THERMOSTATIC SSC SHOWER
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Pegler Yorkshire Customcare 5 Year Guarantee - Terms and Conditions
Product are subject to a 5 year guarantee that is between Pegler Yorkshire and the final purchaser of the
product.
The guarantee is subject to proof of purchase being supplied.
This guarantee does not affect any statutory rights the consumer may have in law.
The guarantee covers manufacturing or material defects and does not cover parts subject to normal wear
and tear.
Finishes other than chrome are covered for a period of 3 years only and the guarantee on the finish is
subject to the cleaning instructions being followed.
The guarantee is not applicable where the product is fitted contrary to the conditions in the fitting
instructions.
Abusive behaviour and accidental damage to the product are not covered by this guarantee.
The extent of this liability is limited to the cost of the replacement of the defective item and not to fitting or
consequential damages.
Description
Minimum
Operating
Pressure
(bar)
Maximum Cold Working
Pressure (bar)
Maximum Hot
Working Pressure (bar)
Visio Exposed Thermostatic Single
Sequential Shower Mixer
0.1 bar
10.0 bar at temperatures
up to 85oC
Not Suitable for Maximum Hot
Working Pressure
Care
To maintain the surface finish, simply wipe occasionally with a mild detergent on a soft damp cloth. Dry,
using a soft cloth. Never use abrasive cleaners or chemical household cleaners and avoid contact with
concentrated bleach.
Maintenance
No regular maintenance is required for this product.
In case of complete replacement Pegler recommend service valves should be fitted to the supply inlets.
For any further help or replacement parts please contact the Service Support Team on 0800 1560050.
Regulations
It is important to ensure that the water supplies to your shower are connected in accordance with the water
regulations (WRAS) requirements and good plumbing practice.
It is Pegler’s recommendation and good plumbing practice that the supplies of hot and cold water to the
shower valve should be equal (Balanced) pressure in order to provide a consistent flow. Supplies should be
from a common source, either mains or tank fed. If supplies are not equal pressures then a Non Return
Valve (801 Non Return Valve) should be fitted.
Bylaw 17(2) B
The Shower head of any shower hose pipe should be fitted with a fixing or sliding attachment so that it can
only be discharges at a point not less that 25mm above the spill over level of the bath tray or fixed appliance
Bylaw 30 (2)
Where the shower valve is supplied with hot water from a storage cistern and cold water from the mains
supply pipe a cold storage cistern that complies to bylaw 30 (2) must be used.
Exposed shower
Spare Key
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex VAT
1
1
HD62CP HANDLE CHROME
850959
5013866063497
01/01/1900
To Current
£62.02
Spare Key
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex VAT
2
HFK10 HANDLE FIXING KIT
850963
5013866063534
01/01/1900
To Current
£22.50
2
Spare
Key
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
5013866063558
01/01/1900
To
Current
£28.82
3
3
Spare
Key
HKS13CP HEADWORK SHROUD
CHROME
850966
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date
To
Price (£)
ex VAT
5013866063749
01/01/1900
To
Current
£0.00
Barcode
Date From
Date
To
Price (£)
ex VAT
5013866063664
01/01/1900
To
Current
£0.00
4
4
HK71 HEADWORK CARTRIDGE DISCONTINUED
Spare
Key
Description
850987
Code
5
5
Spare
Key
IE6CP INLET ELBOW CHROME PAIR Discontinued
Description
850979
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
01/01/1900
To
Current
£0.00
6
6
ORS18 O RING SET Discontinued
Spare
Key
Description
850950
5013866063404
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
5013866063701
01/01/1900
To
Current
£18.37
7
7
AD4CP OUTLET ADAPTOR
CHROME
850983
Spare
Key
Description
Code
8
FR6 FLOW REGULATOR Discontinued
850989
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
5013866063763
01/01/1900
To
Current
£0.00
8
Spare Key
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex VAT
01/01/1900
To Current
£0.00
9
9
BP4 BACKPLATE - Discontinued
850973
5013866063619
Spare
Key
Description
Code
10
BC8CP BODY CAP CHROME -
850974
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
5013866063626
01/01/1900
To
£0.00
10
Spare
Key
Description
Code
Barcode
Date From
Discontinued
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
Current
Spare
Key
Description
Code
11
BC9CP BODY CAP CHROME (PACK OF 4) DISCONTINUED
Barcode
Date From
Date
To
Price
(£) ex
VAT
5013866063640
01/01/1900
To
Current
£0.00
11
Spare
Key
Description
Code
850976
Barcode
Date From
Date To
Price (£) ex
VAT
01/01/1900
To
Current
£10.10
12
12
AD5CP ELBOW ADAPTOR
CHROME
850985
Pegler Yorkshire Group Ltd, St Catherine's Ave, Doncaster, S Yorkshire, DN4 8DF
Telephone: Phone +44 (0) 844 243 4400 Fax: +44 (0) 844 243 9870 Website: www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk
Registered office : Pegler Yorkshire Group Ltd, St Catherine's Ave, Doncaster, S Yorkshire, DN4 8DF Company no : 00401507
5013866063725
You’re Guide to the Installation, Care and maintenance of
Francis Pegler
Visio
experience desIgn innovation
Single Sequential Exposed Thermostatic
Shower
For further information, please contact your appropriate sales office:
HEAD OFFICE
Pegler Limited
St Catherines Avenue
Doncaster,
South Yorkshire DN4 8DF
UK
Northern team:
Tel:
0870 1200281
Fax:
01302 560108
Tel:
Fax:
Southern team:
Tel:
0870 1200282
Fax:
01302 560458
01302 560560
01302 367661
EXPORT
Tel: 44 (0) 1302 855656
Fax: 44(0) 1302 730513
Western team:
Tel:
0870 1200283
Fax:
01302 560109
Email: export@pegler.co.uk
Email: uk.sales@pegler.co.uk
Technical customer care line 0870 1200285
www.pegler.co.uk
Showers are guaranteed for 5 years from the date of purchase. Full
guarantee details are available on request.
Pegler Limited, St Catherine’s Avenue, Doncaster DN4 8DF
Telephone 01302 560560, Fax 01302 560459
Introduction
All Pegler thermostatic showers are designed to ensure a stable showering temperature
during showering even when other outlets in the system are being used e.g. washing
machines. The products will also close down in the event of cold-water failure reducing the
risk of scalding. These products are also designed from rugged engineering materials to
give you years of trouble free service and are backed by the Pegler Customer Promise.
Water Bylaw requirements.
It is important to ensure that the water supplies to your shower are connected in
accordance with the water regulations (WRAS) requirements and good plumbing practice.
It is Pegler’s recommendation and good plumbing practice that the supplies of hot and
cold water to the shower valve should be equal (balanced) pressure in order to provide a
consistent flow. Supplies should be from a commons source, either mains or tank fed. If
supplies are not equal pressures then a Non Return Valve (Pegler 801 Non Return Valve)
should be fitted.
Bylaw 17 (2) B
The shower head of any shower hose pipe should be fitted by a fixed or sliding attachment
so that it can only be discharged at a point not less that 25mm above the spill-over level of
the bath tray or fixed appliance.
Bylaw 30 (2)
Where the shower valve is supplied with hot water from a storage cistern and cold water
from the mains supply pipe a cold storage cistern that complies to bylaw 30 (2) must be
used.
Water Supply Operating Pressures.
Pegler thermostatic shower fittings have been designed to function under the following
conditions:
Maximum static water 5.0 bar
Minimum flowing water pressure 0.1 bar
Optimum operation pressures 1.0 bar
Recommended maximum hot supply temperature 85°C
Recommended minimum hot supply temperature 65°C
Please Note:
•
Operating pressure (on hot and cold line) should be kept as balanced as possible in
order to assure maximum efficiency.
•
When the supply is higher than 5 Bar a Pressure Reducing Valve should be fitted
before the shower valve. (Pegler PRV-2)
•
Ensure all supply pipes are flushed before fitting the valve, as debris will prevent the
shower working to its optimum level.
•
To prevent debris damaging the mixers we recommend that you fit the filters
provided.
•
Your Pegler thermostatic shower has been designed to give you years of trouble free
showering. However, it may require servicing from time to time to retain optimum
performance. Therefore we recommend the fitting of in-line service valves upstream
of the shower valve to allow for servicing of the shower.
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Care & Maintenance
•
To maintain the surface finishes, simply wipe occasionally with a mild detergent on soft
damp cloth. Dry using soft cloth, never use abrasive cleaners or chemical household
cleaners, and avoid contact with concentrated bleach.
•
Pegler products are manufactured to the highest standards and should require little or no
maintenance. In the unlikely event of any spare part requirements, please visit our
website: www.pegler.co.uk , contact you’re nearest stockist or the Pegler Technical Office
on telephone 0870 1200285
Customer Reference Data
For exposed showers we recommend the purchase of Pegler 808 (order code
523007) Any standard sealant may be used on this product in accordance with the
manufactures recommendations.
Please ensure that you have read and understood all sections of this manual before
installation
Water Bye Laws
The mixing valve should be installed in accordance with the water bye laws. For further
details refer to the latest copy of Water Bye Laws guide or your local water authority.
Date of Purchase………………………………………………………
Supplier…………………………………………………………………
Supplier Tel. No………………………………………………………..
Model Type……………………………………………………………..
Serial No…………………………………………………………………
Installer………………………………………………………………….
Installer Contact Details…………………………………………….
TECHNICAL HELPLINE
Tel: 0870 1200285
Fax: 01302 560537
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General Features
CARE AND MAINTENANCE
The purchased product is a thermostatic sequential exposed shower valve. The shower
has a single handle, which allows both the control of the temperature and the flow rate.
The cold water is obtained by turning the handle from the off position anti-clockwise
(NOTE: the temperature of the cold water depends on the system and the pre-set
temperature of the shower). By turning the handle both the flow rate and the temperature
will increase.
The maximum temperature has been pre-set under factory conditions at approx. 45˚C this
can be adjusted by following the instructions shown in the section headed REGULATIONS
OF THE MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE.
Read the instructions before installation.
The valve needs to be installed by trained staff.
Subject to correct installation, this mixer is suitable for any water heating system. In case
of instantaneous heaters, hot water flow must meet at least the minimum flow required by
the heater to start and go on burning (see heater specifications).
To maintain the surface finishes, simply wipe occasionally with a mild detergent on soft
damp cloth. Dry using soft cloth, never use abrasive cleaners or chemical household
cleaners, and avoid contact with concentrated bleach
Technical Data
The water supplies are connected to the mixer via two elbows, which include compression
nuts and olives to suit 15mm supply pipes. The inlet cold water is on the right identified
with a red nut.
The temperature setting has been carried out under factory conditions and in accordance
with BS EN 1111.
The connection f the outlet is made by a straight connector provided with olive and nuts for
15mm pipe. Generally this item has a bottom outlet. BE CAREFUL, its not possible to
simply rotate the valve body in order to have a upper outlet.
Pegler products are manufactured to the highest standards and should require little or no
maintenance. In the unlikely event of any share part being required, please visit our
website: www.pegler.co.uk, contact your nearest stockist or the Pegler Technical on
telephone number 0870 1200285
This valve performs well without flow limiters although it is recommended that they befitted
for the purpose of economical water usage. The valve can be used in conjunction with
many pumps currently in the market. If you are in doubt of require further information
contact us on 0870 1200285.
With certain permutations of Combi-boiler hot supply and mains supply it may be
necessary to fit the gray 6-litre limiter.
IMPORTANT: It is a requirement of instantaneous electric water heaters that a stable flow
of water passes through the heater. Using a flow stabiliser in the supply to the heater can
satisfy this requirement. It should be adjusted to give a flow temperature if 45-50˚C from
the heater.
MOUNTING – EXPOSED THERMOSTATIC SHOWER:
1. Use the backplate as the template for the fixing holes
2. Drill and plug the wall to suit screws provided.
3. Secure backplate to the wall
4. Plush out pipe work before connecting the valve.
5. Located valve body onto the backplate and lock in position with the 4 grub screws
provided.
6. Please note – Before connecting the inlet pipes you must read “TYPES OF
INSTALLATION” to ensure correct restrictors and filters are fitted.
7. Connect inlet pipes to the valve using the compression fittings on the elbows. Ensure
the two lose flanges are used to cover over the holes in the tiles around the exposed
pipes.
8. Check joints are watertight
9. Push in the four chrome plugs into the body holes.
SHOWER VALVE OPERATION
The handle adjusts temperature only. However, first turning the handle anti-clockwise will
switch on the water to the maximum flow. Further rotation will progressively increase the
temperature to the maximum factory set temperature of 45˚C (temperature measured with
an open outlet) Please note 45˚C with an open outlet is described as water flowing straight
form the valve. No hose or fixed pipe is involved. Once fitted with hose or concealed pipe
work the outlet temperature will be less due to heat lost in its travel.
If the bottom outlet is required, unscrew the plug clockwise with a 27mm spanner and the
seat with a 12m Allen Key.
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SHOWER VALVE SERVICING/MAINTENANCE:
Please note – If your Pegler thermostatic shower fails to operate correctly upon installation
or after a short period of time, the following important points should be checked.
1.
2.
3.
Check that the valve has been installed correctly in accordance with its particular feed
system (see TYPES OF INSTALLATION).
That the hot water temperature is adequate; the recommended minimum temperature
is 60˚C
Isolating the supplies and ensure that the filters are clean and that the check valves
are free to move and are unrestricted (i.e. Hot and Cold water are reaching the valve
body)
COMMON PROBLEMS WITH PUMPED SYSTEMS:
1.
2.
Insufficient head pressure or flow to initiate pump (Check for blockages in supply or at
valve inlets)
Airlocks within the pump impellers. Any air bubbles formed by hot water will tend to
cling to the top surface of the pipe and dissipate to atmosphere through the vent pipe.
Re-fix the plugs and seat in required position greasing the O-ring before installation.
PLUMBING RECOMMENDATIONS
•
An independent hot and cold water supply is required for the shower system (do not
pipe off ring main) please refer to installation diagrams.
Large runs of pipe work will cause frictional loss of pressure.
The recommended pipe work from both cylinder and water tank should be 22mm
minimum for low-pressure systems.
If more than one shower valve is installed the minimum feed from tank and cylinder
should be 28mm. (Ensure adequate supply of both hot and cold water can be
maintained).
In installations where a pump is required, install pump before shower mixer inlets.
•
•
•
•
WATER BYE LAWS
The mixing valve should be installed in accordance with the water bye laws. For further
details refer to the latest copy of Water Bye Laws guide on your local water authority.
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INSTALLATION
Please follow the instructions carefully. The hot water inlet much be on the left
Side of the mixer. The Pegler valve is manufacture against a standard type of installation,
which is for water supplies to be hot on the left and cold on the right when viewing the
valve from the front. If the existing pipe work is “hot on the right, cold on the left”, the
valve can be rotated through 180˚C. The outlet adapter and blanking plug can be
reversed to give top or bottom outlet as required.
1.
In order to install the mixer please follow carefully the following instructions:
Trouble Shooting
•
REDUCED FLOW RATES
Cause: The inlet filters of the mixer and/or the cartridge are obstructed.
Solution:
Cleaning filters and/or cartridge: refer to “Cartridge Change and Cleaning”
Cleaning mixer filters: refer to “Filter Cleaning”
•
WRONG SETTING OF THE CARTRIDGE
Cause:
The mixer is factory present at 2.5-3 bar and at a temperature of 60-65C
for hot water and 10-15˚C for the cold one corresponding to a mixed
temperature of 38˚C. In every domestic installation temperatures and
inlets pressures can differ from those of production inlet filters of the
mixer and/or the cartridge could be obstructed.
Solution:
Take the water temperature, using a common thermometer for domestic
use
Remove the temperature control handle
Turn the broached ring of the cartridge until the blended water reaches
the desired temperature
Re-assemble the temperature control handle.
•
CONTINUOUS TEMPERATURE OSCILLATIONS
Cause:
The mixer has been installed with the inverted inlets
Solution:
Close the main water supply
Remove the valve body: refer to “Filter Cleaning”
Rotate the valve body, reverse the outlet
Re-install the valve body
•
INCORRECT WORKING OF THE MIXING
Cause: The filters of the cartridge are dirty
Solution:
Refer to the “Cartridge Change and Cleaning”
Please follow the dimensional drawing in order to fix the valve in the correct position.
Please not: the above drawing is generic so handle may vary from purchased valve
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3.
Slightly unscrew the ring nut (1) with a 13mm spanner.
Insert the supplied 2,5mm Allen key into the ring nut (1) and turn anti-clockwise in
order to increase the outlet water temperature, clockwise to decrease it.
2.
Position the two copper pipes on the wall to the desired height and at a distance of
150mm apart. Check the two pipes are lined up the same.
3.
Position the copper pipe it protrudes from the wall at 10-30mm. Also consider the
thickness of the covering. The first step has now been completed. Now the brick
work and tiling can take place
ATTENTION: for the re-assembling please follow the given instruction backward.
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Maximum Temperature Setting
In order to adjust the maximum temperature please proceed as follows:
Shut off the water supply to both inlets.
ATTENTION: the purchased mixer is a sequential thermostatic mixer, this means that if
the outlet maximum temperature is increased the value of the minimum temperature
increases as a consequence.
4.
Position the available template label on the surface of the wall and drill four holes
6mm in diameter.
5.
1.
Unscrew the lever (2) from the grub screw (1) from the handle (3) with the supplied
2.5mm Allen Key
2.
Remove the temperature stop ring (1); remove, by turning anti-clockwise, the ring (2)
from the mixer (3)
Insert the four plugs (1)
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2.
Unscrew the two caps (1) by using a 30mm spanner. Then remove the mixer (2).
6.
Position the flange to the wall and screw the four grapevines (2)
3.
Remove the filters (1) from the elbows (2) and replace or clean them under running
water. ATTENTION: For the re-assembling please follow the given instructions in
reverse.
7.
Inserts the gaskets (1) , the rosette (2), the caps (3) and the olive nuts (4) to the two
copper pipes
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5.
8.
If there is a difference in pressure between hot and cold, we suggest the use of the
flow restrictor in the inlets: insert the limiter (2) in the elbow (3) as shown in figure,
then screw the nut (1) on the elbow (3).
Clean the filters (1) under running water or leave to soak in vinegar or de- scaling
agent. To replace filters, unscrew the body of the thermostatic cartridge (2) from the
flange (3) by turning clockwise. ATTENTION: For the re-assembling please follow the
instructions backward
CLEANING – REPLACEMENT OF THE FILTERS
Through years of use impurities and lime scale could restrict flow of water through the
filters. In order to clean or replace the filters please proceed as follows. Shut off water
supply to both inlets
9.
Then proceed by screwing the two elbows (1) on the body (2).
1.
9
Unscrew the grub screws (1) using the 2.5mm Allen key provided which sit in the
interior part of the body (2)
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3.
Remove the temperature stop ring (1); remove, by turning anti-clockwise, the ring (2)
from the mixer (3).
4.
By using a 30mm spanner unscrew anti-clockwise the flange (1) of the thermostatic
cartridge from the mixer valve (2).
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10. Position the mixer (1), and screw the two caps (2) with a 25mm spanner
11. Use the 2.5mm Allen key provided, screw the two grub screws (1) into the internal
part of the body (2).
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CLEANING – REPLACEMENT OF THE CARTRIDGE:
Through years of use impurities and lime scale could restrict flow of water through the
filters of the cartridge.
In order to clean the cartridge and for its replacement, please proceed as per the following
instructions: - Shut off water supply to both inlets
12. Remove the plastic protection (1)
13. Screw the grub screw (note: grub screw is already fastened to the handle (2)) with
the supplied 2.5mm Allen key, fix the small lever (1) on the handle (3). Your valve is
now fixed.
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1.
Unscrew the lever (2), undo the grub screw (1) with the supplied 2.5mm Allen Key
from the handle (3).
2.
Undo the grub screw (1) with the 2.5mm Allen key and remove the handle (2)
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