Piccolo 21 Single lever Monobloc basin mixers

Piccolo 21 Single lever Monobloc basin mixers
Piccolo 21 Single lever
Monobloc basin mixers
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
TM
WaterMark
AS/NZS 3718 WMK 25822
SAI Global
B0997AA Single lever basin monobloc
mixer – with long length lever handle,
flexible inlet hoses & pop-up waste rod.
B0999AA Single lever basin monobloc
mixer – with standard length lever handle,
flexible inlet hoses & pop-up waste rod.
IMPORTANT
BEFORE CONNECTION, FLUSH WATER THROUGH PIPEWORK TO REMOVE
ALL DEBRIS ETC. WHICH COULD DAMAGE THE VALVE MECHANISM
INSTALLER: After installation please pass this instruction booklet to user
TABLE OF CONTENT
1 PRODUCT BOX CONTENTS ..................................................................3
2DIMENSIONS ..........................................................................................4
3 WATER SUPPLY CONDITIONS...............................................................5
4 NATIONAL PLUMBING & DRAINAGE CODE..........................................5
4.1 WATER SUPPLY CONTROLLING DEVICES (EXTERNAL)..........................................5
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
INSTALLATION GUIDE . ..........................................................................6
FLEXIBLE HOSE GUIDELINES...............................................................8
TAP OPERATION......................................................................................9
OUTLET DETAILS..................................................................................10
TEMPERATURE LIMITER......................................................................10
CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT...............................................................13
CLEANING CHROME SURFACES........................................................14
SPARE PARTS........................................................................................15
SPARE PARTS LIST...............................................................................16
Piccolo 21 Single lever basin monobloc mixers
B0997AA fitted with long length lever handle
B0999AA fitted with standard length lever handle
These Piccolo 21 products are single lever mixers intended for mounting into a single hole basin. They
are ergonomic & simple to operate.
These products feature a single lever ceramic disc cartridge with temperature limiting feature which can
be set to prevent accidental scalding.
The cartridge also includes a click feature that encourages water saving. Lifting the handle to the first
stop gives 50% flow, beyond the click delivers full flow.
These products are fitted with an anti-vandal outlet which is regulated to 3.8 LPM. The products are also
fitted with flexible inlet hoses & include a pop-up rod at the rear to operate a suitable basin waste outlet.
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1
PRODUCT BOX CONTENTS
Shown below B0999AA single lever basin mixer –
with standard length lever handle.
Coloured index pins to be fitted into the handle as shown. Fit blue pin into the slot on
the right.
Depending on local requirements,
fit either red or yellow pin into the
second slot. Discard the extra pin.
Fit blue
index pin
Fit red or yellow
index pin
1x single lever
Mixer
1x stud type
fixing kit
2x flexible inlet hoses,
with G1/2” male ends.
Hoses retained within
manifold. (See note below).
2x seals
1x basin seal
moulding
1x Outlet key
1x rod assembly
for pop-up waste
Fig.1 Identification of parts
2x inlet connectors:
G1/2” female thread
to G1/2” male thread.
FLEXIBLE HOSES
The inlets to this product are free to rotate to
prevent kinking & twisting of the flexible hoses
during connection to the associated pipework.
3
2
DIMENSIONS
109
58
+2
max.30
Fig.2a B0997AA Single lever basin
monobloc mixer – with long length
lever handle, flexible inlet hoses &
pop-up waste rod.
min.350
35 - 1
37°
48
min.143
227
G1/2
157
109
58
+2
max.30
min.350
35 - 1
37°
48
min.136
G1/2
Fig2b B0999AA Single lever basin
monobloc mixer – with standard
length lever handle, flexible inlet
hoses & pop-up waste rod.
G1/2
G1/2
Note for installer: fit the most suitable colour of index pin into the handle of the basin mixer.
Blue for cold water & either red or yellow for warm water. See sect.1
4
3
WATER SUPPLY CONDITIONS
Recommended
P
KPa
500
MAX.
1000
10
100
MAX. 65
T
40
°C
Recommended
Supply temperatures:
Avoid supplying scalding water to the HOT inlet. Hot water temperature supply should be controlled to
circa 40°C.
In order to maintain water quality, the hot supply should be stored & distributed at a temperature greater
than 55°C.
Use of an appropriate temperature reduction device (i.e. tee pattern thermostat) is recommended to
ensure delivery of safe hot water temperatures from the mixer.
Supply pressures:
This product should be plumbed to balanced pressure water supplies for best mixing performance.
The recommended working pressure for self-closing taps is 100 to 500 KPa.
Exceeding this pressure will adversely affect the operation of the taps.
This adverse effect can be overcome by using PRV to reduce the pressure accordingly.
4
NATIONAL PLUMBING & DRAINAGE CODE
The products covered by this installation and maintenance instruction must be
installed in accordance with the provisions of AS/NZS 3500 & any relevant local
regulations. Installations not complying with AS/NZS 3500 may void the product
performance & warranty.
Armitage Shanks strongly recommends that this product is fitted by a
professional installer.
4.1
Water supply controlling devices (external)
Pressure & temperature ranges of the incoming water supplies should comply with the limits specified
above.
NOTE: Maximum recommended static pressure in AS 3500.1.2 is 500 Kpa.
To avoid exceeding this pressure, install a suitable pressure reducing valve - PRV (or pressure limiting
valve - PLV) on both hot & cold incoming water supply systems. A suitable location for a PRV on the hot
supply may be on the cold inlet to the heating appliance.
Similarly, if the water supply temperature ranges do not conform as above, then suitable temperature
controlling devices should be installed to achieve this.
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5
INSTALLATION GUIDE
Red, blue & yellow index pins are supplied.
The appropriate coloured pins should be
pressed into the handle. See sec.1
1
1. Before connection, flush water through pipe-work to
remove all debris etc.to prevent damage to the valve
mechanism.
2. ENSURE WATER SUPPLIES HAVE BEEN ISOLATED.
3. Remove the fixing kit parts if already assembled to the
fixing stud. Flexible hoses are pre-fixed into the mixer
body; therefore do not try to remove these.
Ensure the basin seal is in place & orientated as shown.
The larger diameter of the seal should locate into the base
recess of the mixer.
3
Offer the mixer towards the basin hole.
These products will require flexible hoses to be manipulated into the basin hole one at a time.
NOTE: Fixing stud (not shown here) is at the rear of the
product, see sect.2.
Fig.5a
4. Attach the rubber gasket to the clamping plate. With the gasket
uppermost slide this assembly onto the fixing stud using the hole
in the gasket & plate.
Hand tighten the nut against the clamping plate until the rubber
gasket makes contact with the underside of the basin.
Ensure the mixer spout is positioned correctly, & then tighten the
nut securely with a 13mm A/F socket (or spanner).
Remember to fit isolating valves*.
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4
Fig.5b View from rear
*Isolation valves should be fitted to permit future maintenance of this product.
DO NOT apply heat near this product. Heat generated by soldering
could damage plastic parts and seals.
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5
Installation guide continued…
5. Slide the pop-up rod into the hole at the
rear of the mixer (through hollow fixing stud).
5
6. At this stage a pop-up waste suitable for
the basin being used should be fitted. A popup waste is not supplied with this product.
Ensure waste is properly sealed to the basin.
7. Slide the rod clamp onto the vertical popup rod, & then manipulate the horizontal rod
into the clamp.
8. Using a posi-drive screw driver, tighten the
rod clamp slightly & then check the operation
of the waste. Make adjustments to the clamp
position until the waste opens & closes easily.
Finally tighten the screw.
6
7
8
Flexible
hose
Fig.5c Waste connection
21
9. Fit inlet connectors onto the ends of both flexible
hoses. With the flat washer seals in place, hand tighten
the inlet connectors onto the end of the hoses.
9
To hold the inlet hoses steady, use a 21mm A/F spanner
(or adjustable).
With the hose held stationary, tighten the inlet connectors into the hose using 25mm A/F spanner (or adjustable).
10. Connect supply pipes (DN15, Ø12.7mm) to the inlet
connectors. Alternatively, flexible hoses (not supplied)
can be used which have G1/2” female end connections.
7
25
Fig.5d
Inlet
connector
10
Fit supply pipe to
G1/2” male side
5
Installation guide continued…
SEE SECTION.6 FOR GUIDELINES ON INSTALLING FLEXIBLE HOSES
Ensure LEFT inlet flexible hose is connected to the HOT water supply & conversely the RIGHT inlet to
the COLD.
Excessive force is not necessary to achieve a good seal between these parts.
RESTORE SUPPLIES & CHECK ALL JOINTS FOR LEAKS
In-line service valves
IMPORTANT: Inline service valve(s) should be fitted upstream of these products into the supply pipes.
Consider a suitable location for the service valves.
Orientate the service valve(s) such that the isolating screw(s)
are easily accessible for future maintenance.
Ideally use a pair of service valves with integral
check valves and filters. An example is shown here:
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FLEXIBLE HOSE GUIDELINES
Fig.5e
Flexible hoses are pre-fitted into these mixers.
Avoid sharp bends, twisting, kinking & stretching these hoses as this may result in damage & reduced
water flow.
Hold the hose steady using the end hexagon whilst tightening the inlet connector into the hose.
min.
80mm
min.15mm
min.
80mm
Fig.6 Flexible hoses
general guide
The inlets to this product are free to rotate to help prevent kinking & twisting of the flexible hoses
during connection to the associated pipework.
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7
TAP OPERATION
To operate this product, simply
lift the handle upwards. When
the lever is above the spout,
water will flow at approximately
mid-mix temperature.
To adjust the water temperature,
rotate the handle as shown.
From the mid-mix position, the
handle can rotate about 60° in
either direction. See fig.7a.
Clockwise rotation will increase
the water temperature.
Lifting the pop-up rod upwards
will pull the plug into the waste.
Thus allowing the basin to be
filled.
Fig.7a handle motion
100%
50%
The cartridge includes a click feature
that encourages water saving. Lifting
the handle to the first stop delivers
50% flow, beyond the click delivers full
flow. See Fig.7b.
Q
l/min
Fig.7b Flow control
9
8
OUTLET DETAILS
This product is factory fitted with a laminar PCA regulated outlet which is secured
with an anti-vandal (AV) housing.
Table 3 shows the flow rate performance for the flow regulator outlet
Q
3,8 L/min
300KPa
Fig.8a
Table 3 Flow rate data (Q=flow rate)
1
To replace/clean/service the outlet, use the outlet key
supplied with the product to unscrew the AV housing.
1. Using the side of the key marked “junior” locate the
key into the inner ring of the housing.
2. Unscrew housing. Change the outlet & re-secure
the housing with the key, ensuring the seal is in place.
Ensure the outlet housing is adequately tightened to
prevent leaks & run back.
Fig.8b
2
9
TEMPERATURE LIMITER
T
2
1
3
2,5
To make adjustments to the temperature limiter it will be necessary to
remove the handle & shroud first.
The temperature limiter restricts
the handle movement to reduce the
volume of hot water available to the
cartridge for mixing.
Fig.9a
10
9
Temperature limiter continued…
ISOLATE WATER SUPPLIES.
Handle removal (see fig.9a)
1. To remove the handle prise out the chrome button, located under the lever of the handle. Insert the
2.5mm hexagonal key into the hole & undo the grub screw a few turns (no need to remove screw completely).
2. The handle should pull away from the mixer body.
3. Pull off the shroud to expose the cartridge.
To gain access to the temperature adjustment ring
(see fig 9b):
1
1. Pull off the green triangular moulding parallel to
the cartridge spindle.
2. Push the green cylindrical moulding downwards,
in the direction of the arrows marked on this part.
This item will “snap out” & can then be lifted away.
Y
2
Z
Y
X
Fig.9b
3. The red adjustment ring is now exposed. Lift the
ring about 3mm (trapped) & rotate it to a suitable
alternative position & press it back into the cartridge.
The cartridge face is marked 0-7, & the adjustment
ring is pointing to one of these numbers.
Keep the cartridge spindle parallel to the cartridge.
3
Fig.9c
11
9
Temperature limiter continued…
Position “0” provides the warmest water & allows the handle to travel furthest towards the hot.
Position 9 provides the least warm water (positions 8 & 9 fall into the cutaway, so not marked).
5 6
7
5 6
7
3
01
2
3
4
2
4
4
01
5 6
7 8 9
Fig 9d shows mid mix-temperature position & red adjustment ring pointer at “0”.
0 1
Fig.9d
4. Both green mouldings can be refitted to the cartridge.
The cylindrical moulding will snap back into position.
Shroud & handle can be refitted. Restore water supplies.
Check showering water temperature. If not correct, adjust
the red ring again.
2
3
Fig.9e
4
Fig.9f
As a rough guideline, the table below shows the approximate showering water temperatures expected
from the supply temperatures specified.
Showering temperature is dependent on inlet water supply temperatures & pressures.
P
300 KPa
Fig.9g
50ºC
65ºC
81ºC
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
ºC
16ºC 49,5 49,5 48 46 42,5 41 37
65 65 63,5 60,5 57 53,5 49
16ºC
16ºC
81
81 78,5
73
69
63,5 56
33,5
31
44,5
39 34,5
49
28
42,5 36
Installer: Ensure product is delivering safe hot water for the
end user. Our recommended maximum temperature for
hand washing is 40°C.
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10
CARTRIDGE REPLACEMENT
Before deciding on a replacement cartridge make sure the cartridge
inlet & outlet ports not blocked with debris.
Handle removal: Firstly remove the handle as detailed in section 9.
ENSURE WATER SUPPLIES HAVE BEEN ISOLATED.
1. With the handle removed, gently pull of the chromed shroud surrounding the cartridge
2. Using a flat blade screw driver, undo the 3 long screws retaining the cartridge to the mixer body.
Access to screw heads will be improved by removing the two green “click” mouldings from the top of the
old cartridge as detailed in section 9.
NOTE: these screws also retain the
manifold moulding below the cartridge.
Manifold will become loose (retained
only by peripheral O-rings), so maintain
its orientation in the mixer body
(no need to remove the manifold).
Fig.10a
3. Lift the cartridge upwards & withdraw it from the mixer body
4. Reposition the red temperature limiting ring on the new
cartridge to the same position as the old cartridge. See figs
9c & 9e.
4
Refit the two green mouldings onto the new cartridge.
Fig.10b
TAKE CARE NOT TO DAMAGE CHROMED SURFACES
13
10
Cartridge replacement continued…
5. Observe the cartridge as shown here with the large
circular outlet port to the top. The two small tear-drop
shaped ports are the inlets.
Slide the fixing screws into the new cartridge body.
Align the cartridge ports to the manifold moulding ports
& slide the screws also into the manifold.
Align the screws to the threaded holes in the mixer body
& fasten screws. Ensure all seals are correctly in place.
Shroud & handle can be refitted. Restore water supplies.
Check for leaks.
Check hand washing water temperature. If not correct,
adjust the position of the red temperature limiting ring.
See section 9.
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Fig.10c
CLEANING CHROME SURFACES
When cleaning chromed products use only a mild detergent, rinse & wipe dry with a soft cloth. Ideally clean after each use to maintain appearance.
Never use abrasive, scouring powders or scrapers. Never use cleaning agents
containing alcohol, ammonia, hydrochloric acid, sulphuric acid, nitric acid,
phosphoric acid or organic solvents. Use of incorrect cleaning products / methods may result in chrome
damage which is not covered by the manufacturer’s guarantee.
Outlet cleaning
On a regular basis the outlet should be inspected & cleaned. To unscrew and
remove the outlet, see section 8.
In areas where lime scale build-up is prevalent this should be avoided by regular
cleaning. If it should build up, it will have to be removed. An inhibited proprietary
scale solvent can be used such as a kettle de-scaling solvent but it is important
to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. After de-scaling it is important to rinse the
parts thoroughly in clean water.
Clean carefully and do not use abrasive materials or scrapers.
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12
SPARE PARTS
1
3
2
18
4
5
19
6
7
8
9
10
15
9
17
11
12
16
14
13
15
13
SPARE PARTS LIST
Ref.
Description
Part No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
12
13
15
18
19
Lever complete for B0999AA w.logo AR
Handle cap
Thread pin M5 x 10
Cover cap
ECO-kit
Cylindrical screw M4 x 69
Cartridge Ø47 complete
Sealring Set
Areator with key
Fixation kit
Pop-up rod
Lever complete for B0997AA w.logo AR
Set of pins
A861047AA
B960473AA
A963309NU
B960276AA
A860 700NU
A963783NU
A960500NU
A961155NU
A860970AA
B960187NU
B964883AA
A861048AA
A861040NU
Armitage Shanks pursues a policy of
continuing improvement in design and
performance of its products.
This right is therefore reserved to vary
specification without notice.
Armitage Shanks limited
Armitage
Near Rugeley
Staffordshire
WS15 4BT
England
+44 (0)870 122 8822
CUSTOMER CARE HELPLINE:
+44 (0)844 543 6170
CUSTOMER CARE FAX:
+44 (0)844 543 6171
CUSTOMER CARE EMAIL:
aftersalesnonresidential@armitageshanks.co.uk
1115 / A 868 111
Made in Germany
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YEAR
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G UARA
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REECE PRODUCT QUALITY GUARANTEE
You have purchased a product from Reece Australia Pty Ltd
ABN 84 004 097 090 (“Reece”). This product is covered by a
5 year replacement product warranty and a 12 month warranty
over spare parts and labour.
5 YEAR PRODUCT WARRANTY
This warranty covers faults in the construction, material and
assembly of finished products. Products which are within 5
years from the date of purchase, found upon inspection by an
authorised Reece representative to be defective in construction,
material or assembly, will be repaired or exchanged with an
equivalent product free of charge. Replaced items become
Reece’s property.
This warranty does not cover products purchased as an
ex-display without being fully checked and tested for sale
by the manufacturer.
This warranty does not include faults caused by:
• Unsuitable or improper use
• Incorrect installation or installation not in accordance
with the instructions provided
• Installation or part installation by any person other than a LICENSED PLUMBER who is suitably qualified to install the product, or a Licensed Electrician where applicable.
• Normal wear and tear
This warranty also covers any spare parts included under
“Manufacturer’s Provisions” below.
• Inadequate or complete lack of maintenance
Manufacturer’s Provisions
The following spare parts are covered by a 10 year warranty:
• Harsh detergents or abrasive cleaners used on
product finishes
• Mixer Cartridge
EXCLUSIONS
To the fullest extent permitted by law, Reece excludes all liability
for damage or injury to any person, damage to any property,
and any indirect consequential or other loss or damage.
ONE YEAR SPARE PARTS WARRANTY
Spare parts other than those listed in the Manufacturer’s
Provisions above which are within 1 year from the date of
purchase found upon inspection by an authorised Reece
representative to be defective in construction, material or
assembly will be replaced free of charge. Replaced items
become Reece’s property.
• Chemical, electrochemical or electrical influences
CLAIM PROCEDURE
For all warranty queries customers are to contact the branch
where the product was purchased. These details can be found
on your purchase invoice.
AVAILABILITY OF REPLACEMENT PRODUCTS
AND SPARE PARTS
All replacement products and spare parts will be available for
collection without charge to the customer at the nearest Reece
branch to the customer’s location, or elsewhere as agreed
between the customer and Reece.
General contact details for Reece are as follows:
LABOUR
The labour for the replacement of products that are within one
year from the date of purchase found upon inspection by an
authorised Reece representative to be defective in construction,
material or assembly, and in relation to all spare parts to which
this warranty applies, will be supplied by Reece or the relevant
supplier using licensed plumbers engaged by Reece or the
relevant supplier
The benefits given by this warranty are in addition to the other
rights and remedies that consumers may have under the
Australian Consumer Law and any other applicable laws.
WARRANTY CONDITIONS
This warranty will apply only under all of the following
conditions:
Reece Australia Pty Ltd
118 Burwood Hwy
Burwood VIC 3125
+61 3 9274 0000
admin@reece.com.au
Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded
under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a
replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation
for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You
are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the
goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not
amount to a major failure.
• The item has been installed by a licensed plumber
• Failure is due to a fault in the manufacture of the product
• Proof of purchase (including the date of purchase) is provided
• The installation of the product is in accordance with the instructions provided
• The product has been installed in valid applications as stated in accordance with the recommended use
Don’t risk it, use a licensed plumber.™
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