WBL-2320 - Sweets Construction

WBL-2320 - Sweets Construction
Installation &
Operation Manual
WBL-2320 Series
Ligature Resistant
Behavioral Healthcare Lavatory
Infrared/Pneumatic
WBL-2320 Infrared
WBL-2320 Pneumatic
Willoughby Industries, Inc.
5105 West 78th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46268
Toll Free:
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Local:
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Table of Contents
Pre-Installation Information..................................... 3
Physical Dimensions .............................................. 4
Mounting Dimensions ............................................. 5
Checking Contents ................................................. 6
Required Installation Supplies ................................ 7
Parts List ................................................................ 8
Exploded-view Drawing .......................................... 9
Hardware Identification ........................................ 10
Carrier Recommendation ..................................... 11
Installation Instructions .............................................
Step 1: Pedestal Mounting ............................... 12
Step 2: Drain Assembly #380280 .................... 13
Step 3A: Backsplash Connections for
Infrared Actuators .............................. 14
Step 3B: Backsplash Connections for
Pneumatic Actuators .......................... 15
Step 4: Basin and Pedestal Assembly ............. 16
Step 5: Final Assembly .................................... 17
JACO Fitting Instructions ...................................... 18
Adjustable Mixing Valve Installation ..................... 19
Infrared Lavatory Sensor Installation .................... 20
Pneumatic Valve Operation Details ...................... 21
Valve Configurations ............................................. 22
Care and Maintenance ......................................... 23
Troubleshooting ........................................................
Infrared Sensors ............................................... 24
Electronic Valves .............................................. 25
Pneumatic Valves ............................................. 26
Drawings...................................................................
General Dimensions and Rough-in Detail ........ 27
Warranty ............................................................... 28
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Pre-Installation Information
Installation notice!
Check Rough-In location PRIOR to installation
Flush lines thoroughly PRIOR to hook-up
When installing the Willoughby Industries' WBL-2320 Series lavatory deck systems:
Before step 1 of the installation instructions, ensure that rough-ins are in the correct location.
The valve assembly, including the stray head, MUST NOT BE connected until after
all lines have been flushed to remove the small particles of debris that are inherent
with new construction projects and all chemicals that are used in flushing are purged
from the system.
Chemicals used in flushing plumbing systems can attack the internal components of
the valve and spray head and severely damage them, so any flushing of the system
must be followed by a full flushing with pure water to clear any harsh chemicals
remaining in the system. Debris in the system if allowed to enter the valve assembly
and spray head can cause poor performance or outright failure.
Again DO NOT attempt to connect the valve assembly and spray head until after all
flushing is complete and pure water is the only media that will be passing through the
system. Damage to the valve assembly or spray head caused by harsh chemicals or
debris will not be covered by the manufacturer's warranty.
Installation notice!
Check Rough-In location PRIOR to installation
Flush lines thoroughly PRIOR to hook-up
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Mounting Dimensions- WBL-2320
Drill Template (Ref. S300897)
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Check Contents
•
Separate all parts from packaging and make sure all parts are accounted for before discarding
any packaging material. If any parts are missing, do not attempt to install WBL-2320 Behavioral
Health Lavatory until you obtain the missing parts.
NOTE: Before beginning installation, all supply, drain and waste piping for the
WBL-2320 must be completed according to specified rough-ins. If you have not received
rough-in details, please contact Willoughby Industries, Inc. (800) 428-4065
IMPORTANT: These installation instructions
cover all of the Willoughby Industries Inc.
WBL-2320 Behavioral Health Lavatory Series.
Simply omit the steps which do not apply to the
model you are installing.
IMPORTANT: Flush all the water supply lines
before making connections.
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Required Installation Supplies
•
Proper mounting hardware
•
Hardware for waste oulet connections
•
Gasket for waste outlet connection
•
Shims (for installation if necessary)
•
Supply piping
•
Silicone caulk
•
Plumbers putty
WARNING: Willoughby Industries does not assume any
responsibility for personal injury or damage to equipment
due to an improperly installed WBL-2320 Behavioral Health
Lavatory.
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Parts List
ITEM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
DESCRIPTION
PUSHBUTTON ASSEMBLY
DOUBLE "D" BACKPLATE
SPRAY HEAD
LAVATORY BASIN
DRAIN ASSEMBLY, WBL-2320
PEDESTAL ASSEMBLY, WBL-2320
1/2-20 x 1/2" SECURITY SCREW
TINNERMAN CLIP 1/4-20
PUSHBUTTONS
600318
S300735
800002
WBL2320-XX*
380280
S300734
4500NSS
800113
INFRARED
N/A
S300754
800002
WBL-2320-XX*
380280
S300734
4500NSS
800113
1/4-20 x 3/4" SECURITY SCREW
TRAP COVER
6" "Z" CLIP
SIDE PANEL SET
1/4-20 PHILLIPS TRUSS HEAD SCREW
1/4-20 x 7/8" FLAT WASHER
4502SSN
S300732
800005
SB902320
800144
600650
4502SSN
S300732
800005
SB902320
800144
600650
*XX REPRESENTS THE LAVATORY COLOR
WHITE GRANITE=WG
SAND STONE=SS
GRAY GRANITE=GG
BLACK GRANITE=BG
SEA GREEN=SG
NOCTURNAL BLUE=NB
RED CORAL=RC
GLACIER WHITE=GW
BONE=B
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Exploded-view Drawing
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Hardware Identification
1/4-20 x 1/2"
SECURITY SCREW
4500NSS
4" WIRE TIE WRAP
701173
1/4-20 x 3/4"
SECURITY SCREW
4502SSN
1/4-20
TINNERMAN NUT
800113
1/4-20 x 1/2"
PHILLIPS
TRUSS HEAD SCREW
800144
SECURITY SPANNER TOOL
800116
TT27
PINNED TORX BIT
4 WAY WIRE TIE BASE
701206
1/4-20 x 7/8"
FLAT WASHER
600650
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Carrier Recommendation
Note: Carrier Provided By Others.
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Installation Instructions
Step 1: Pedestal Mounting
Parts supplied:
• Pedestal (pre-assembled)
• Mounting Bracket
Note: Hardware for wall anchoring by others
1.) Remove plastic protective coating from all stainless parts before installation.
2.) Measure and mark the vertical centerline of the lavatory on the wall. Mark a level line at
1 inch above desired rim height: ie...place a line at 35" for a 34" rim height.
3.) Place mounting "Z" clip bracket (S300358) against the wall and align the middle mounting holes
with vertical centerline marked on the wall.
4.) Secure the bracket to the wall using wall anchors that are adequate for the type of wall; drywall,
concrete, metal studs, wood studs, etc. (supplied by others).
5.) Place pedestal onto the mounting bracket with upper channel support resting on the bracket.
Note: Pedestal must be level for fixture to drain properly
6.) Secure pedestal to the wall using all thru holes for secure mounting (adequate wall anchoring
hardware and support by others).
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Installation Instructions (cont.)
Step 2: Drain Assembly #380280
Parts/Materials supplied:
• Solid Surface basin
• Drain assembly
1.)
Insert drain spud into wash basin using plumbers putty (supplied by others).
2.)
From beneath basin, thread the washers & locknut onto the drain spud and secure locknut
against wash basin.
2.)
The wash basin is ready for plumbing and/or electrical installation*.
*If you have pneumatic pushbuttons, go to Step 4A.
If you have infrared sensors, go to Step 4B.
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Installation Instructions (cont.)
Step 3A: Backsplash Connections for Infrared Actuators
Caution: Do not leave bowl on
the pedestal unsupported, as it
may fall and cause damage or
personal injury.
1.) The valves are installed at the factory.
2.) Locate the loose red wire coming from the valve or power supply.
3.) Feed wires to each of the actuators in the housing assembly and connect to the terminals.
Note: Use wire tie mounts and wire ties to route and secure wiring. Wires are long
enough to accommodate various routing paths. Longer wires may need to be
bundled with wire ties so that they do not come in contact with sharp corners,
route through rubber grommets.
4.) Locate the 3/8" x 3' clear tube water line. Loosen the plastic nut and firmly push the tubing into
the connector located on the spray head and tighten nut securely (see JACO Fitting
Instructions on Page 18).
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Installation Instructions (cont.)
Step 3B: Backsplash Connections for Pneumatic Actuators
Caution: Do not leave bowl on
the pedestal unsupported, as it
may fall and cause damage or
personal injury.
1.) The valves are installed at the factory.
2.) Locate the small pneumatic tubing. Feed each one into the actuator housing assembly and plug
the tubing onto the hose barb on the back of the pushbutton.
Note: Use wire tie mounts and wire ties to route and secure tubing. Tubing is long
enough to accommodate various routing paths. Longer tubes may need to
be bundled with wire ties so that they do not come in contact with corners,
route through rubber grommets.
3.) Locate the 3/8" x 3' clear tube water line. Loosen the plastic nut and firmly push the tubing into
the connector located on the spray head and tighten nut securely (see Jaco Fitting Instructions
on Page 18).
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Installation Instructions (cont.)
Step 4: Basin and Pedestal Assembly
Caution: Do not leave bowl on
the pedestal unsupported, as it
may fall and cause damage or
personal injury.
1.) Line up the brass threaded inserts on the bottom of the basin with the 4 holes on the top of the
pedestal, secure with (4) 1/4-20 x 1/2" truss head screws.
2.) Secure front of pedestal with (1) 1/4-20 x 1/2" security screw.
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Installation Instructions (cont.)
Step 5: Final Assembly
1.) Make all final plumbing connections to the drain and valve inlets. The lavatory is supplied
with flex hoses (flex hoses have shut-off valves attached that should be connected to the
supply inlets).
2.) Once all of the connections in the actuator housings are complete, locate the transformer.
NOTE: PLUG-IN TRANSFORMER (IF NEEDED) MUST BE USED WITH A GROUND FAULT
INTERRUPT (GFCI) RECEPTACLE TO HELP PREVENT POSSIBLE ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
Note: For infrared systems see the start-up procedures and troubleshooting guide in the
back of this manual.
4.) Test the system for leaks (both supply and waste).
5.) Place tinnerman nuts on the pedestal tabs.
6.) Set desired temperature with the adjustable mixing valve (see instruction near the back of
this manual).
7.) Secure trap cover with (8) 3/4" security screws.
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JACO Fitting Instruction
Note: It is not necessary to disassemble this fitting for application. Merely insert tubing to stop and
tighten seal.
1. Cut tubing end squarely and remove the internal burrs.
2. Insert the tubing through the back of the nut all the way through the nut assembly to the tube stop
in the fitting body (see illustration). If the tubing does not enter the nut easily, loosen the nut one turn
and reinsert the tubing all the way to the tube stop in the fitting body.
3. Turn the nut hand tight.
4. Wrench tighten the nut 1½ - 2 turns.
5. All nuts must be retightened when the system reaches projected operating temperature.
Note: To ensure proper assembly, tubing MUST be fully inserted into the fitting body all the way to
the tube stop.
Note: Squeaking sound when tightening nut is normal. For pipe threaded connections, Teflon tape
must be used.
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Adjustable Mixing Valve Installation
IS-P-e480
HydroGuard® T/P Series e480
Lavatory Combination Valve
Installation Instructions
To Install
Q
Figure 1
NOTE: Installation should be in accordance with accepted
plumbing practices. Flush all piping thoroughly before installation.
1. Locate a suitable place for the tempering valve. Valve should
be accessible for service and adjustment and as close to the
point-of-use as possible.
2. Connect hot and cold water to the supply valve using 1/2”
NPT or 3/8” compression connections.
3. Connect outlet of tempering valve to fixture(s) using 1/2”NPT
or 3/8” compression connections.
4. Turn on hot and cold water supplies. If any leaks are
observed, tighten connections as necessary to stop leaks
before proceeding.
5. Turn on fixture and allow water to flow for 2 minutes.
Measure water temperature at outlet. If water is not at
desired temperature, adjust as necessary.
Specifications
Outlet
Hot Water
Inlet
Temperature
Adjustment
Stem
Cold Water
Inlet
Locknut
Figure 2: Typical Installation
Q
e480-00 .......................................................1/2" NPT (Rough Bronze)
e480-01 .................................................... 1/2" NPT (Rough Chrome)
e480-10 ...................................... 3/8"Compression (Rough Bronze)
e480-11 ..................................... 3/8"Compression (Rough Chrome)
Capacity: ................................................................. 4.0 gpm (15.0 l/m)
Approach Temperature: ..........................5°F (2.8°C) above set pt.
Max. Operating Pressure:......................................125psi (862 kpa)
Max. Static Pressure: .............................................125psi (862 kpa)
Max. Hot Water Temperature: ....................................180°F (82°C)
Temp. Adjustment Range:
............................................ ASSE Type T/P: 95 – 110°F (43-48°C)
................................................. ASSE Type T: 80 – 120°F (27-49°C)
Minimum Flow: ........................................................ 0.5 gpm (2.2 l/m)
Checks:......................................................................................Integral
Construction:........................................................... Cast Brass Body
Certified:................................................................................ CSA B125
Listing .....................................................ASSE 1016-1996 (Type T/P)
.............................................................................................ASSE 1070
To Adjust Temperature
Advanced Thermal Activation
Q
1. Loosen locknut.
2. Turn on fixture and run water for at least two (2) minutes
to allow supply temperature to stabilize.
3. Turn temperature stem counter-clockwise for hotter or
clockwise for colder outlet temperature.
4. Tighten locknut to prevent accidental or unauthorized
temperature adjustment.
5. Re-check outlet temperature.
Repair Kit
Q
Motor Repair Kit ........................................................................480-270
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Infrared Lavatory Sensor Installation
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InfraredLavatorySensor
InstallationInstructions
DETECTIONANDACTIVATION
Whenthesensordetectsauser,aslowflashingredlightappearsinthesensorwindow.After1to
2secondsofdetection,thelightflashesrapidlyandthesensorimmediatelyactivatesthesolenoid
valvetobeginwaterflow.Thesolenoidvalveremainsopenaslongastheuserisdetected.The
solenoid valve turns off when the user is no longer detected. The sensor is set to activate the
solenoidforamaximumof30secondsbeforeautomaticallyshuttingoff.
BackofSensor
Figure1
INSTALLATIONANDREPLACEMENT
1.Disconnect24Vacpoweratthetransformerorfusebox.
2.Removetopcovertoexposesensors.
3.Installnewsensor.Makesuresensorarrowispointingup.Seefigure1.
4.Connecttheredmalepowercabletotheredfemaleconnectoronthesensor.Seefigure2.
5.Connecttheblackfemalesolenoidcabletotheblackmaleconnectoronthesensor.Seefigure2.
6.Replacetopcoverremovedinstep2.
7.Reconnectpower.
24VacPlugin
Transformer
Red
Blk
P/NͲ701210
Pwr
Out
IRsensor
P/NͲ700150
Solenoid
Valve
Figure2
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Valve Configurations
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Care and Maintenance
Solid Surface Care
Surfaces may be easily cleaned using conventional cleaning agents such as an ammonia
based liquid cleaner, (glass cleaner).
Dry stains on a matte finish can be removed with a 3M Scotch-Brite gray scouring pad or a mild
abrasive cleaner.
Burns or scorches can be removed by sanding with coarse grit sandpaper followed by finer grit (220)
sandpaper. Follow sanding with a 3M Scotch-Brite gray pad (or equivalent) to match finish of sanding
area to surrounding area. A final buffing may be required on polished surfaces. Accidental nicks or
chips can be repaired with special patch kits available in all colors.
Avoid exposing surfaces to strong chemicals such as acetone's; paint removers and sulfuric acid or
hydrochloric chemical cleaners. Exposure to strong chemicals may result in permanent damage to
surfaces.
Stainless Steel Care
Stainless Steels are basically alloys of iron and chromium and are corrosion resistant. Stainless steel
has a bright surface that is easy to clean and is free from oxides. Therefore, cleaning of stainless
steel is relatively simple and easy if done on a regular basis.
Frequency of cleaning should depend on the rate at which the fixture becomes dirty. Remember that
fresh (soft) deposits of all kinds are relatively easy to remove, while removing older (hard) deposits
are much more difficult. Establish a cleaning SCHEDULE.
Routine cleaning should involve ordinary soap or detergent and water, applied with a sponge, brush
or cloth. Baking soda, borax or any of several non-abrasive commercial cleansing agents can help
hasten the cleaning action. after scrubbing, rinse THOROUGHLY and wipe dry.
DO NOT use common steel wool, scouring pads, scrapers, wire brushes, files or other steel tools to
clean stainless steel. Such items will scratch the surface or leave small particles of iron imbedded in
the surface, which will eventually rust and stain the surface - even appearing as if the stainless itself
was rusting.
Certain chemical compounds, if used on stainless steel, can give the appearance of rust and if
allowed to stand for long periods of time, can pit the surface of even stainless. Products containing
hydrochloric acid, muriatic acid or potassium hydrochloride can ruin the surface.
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Troubleshooting - Infrared Sensors
I. Faucet does not function (red light does not appear when user steps in front of sensor)
A. No power to sensor. Make certain that power is on. Check transformer leads and connections.
Repair or replace as necessary.
B. Willoughby 700150 IR Sensor not operating. Replace Willoughby 700150 IR Sensor.
II. Faucet does not function (red light appears when user steps in front of sensor and solenoid
does not click)
A. Debris in solenoid; disassemble, clean, and flush.
B. Solenoid not wired correctly; check solenoid connections.
C. Solenoid problem; replace solenoid.
III. No water when activated (valve clicks)
A. Make certain that water is turned on.
B. Valve clogged. Clean or replace filter.
IV. Very low flow or slow dribble
A. Check supply stop(s); open if closed.
B. Debris in filter; remove, clean, and reinstall.
C. Debris in aerator or spray head; remove, clean and reinstall.
D. Disassemble solenoid; clean and flush.
V. Continues to run (with power on and red light flashing)
A. Non-permanent target in range after user leaves. Remove non-permanent target. If this
target is a new permanent target (i.e., a new wall or partition), turn off 24 volt power for
fifteen (15) seconds. Turn power back on and let the sensor complete start-up mode.
B. Sensor failure; replace sensor.
VI. Continues to run (even with power disconnected)
A. Solenoid valve installed backwards.
B. Debris in solenoid, won’t close properly; remove operator and clean. Reassemble in the
same manner.
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Troubleshooting - Electronic Valves
The two most common reasons an electronic valve does not operate properly are: (1) lack of
power or (2) lack of water pressure. The following steps should be used as a guide in identifying
the problem of a malfunctioning electronic valve.
I. Lack of power
A. Verify that the 110V GFCI outlet has power
B. Check all connections to ensure they have been made correctly:
1. Cable connecting the valve coil and the timer or IR sensor
2. Cable connecting the timer and the pushbutton (Piezo only)
3. Cable connecting the timing device and the 24VAC transformer
4. The 24VAC transformer and the 110V GFCI outlet
C. If the valve is wired correctly, the solenoid will make a “click” sound indicating that the
valve has been actuated. The electronic valve is actuated by either the piezo pushbutton
or the triggering of the infrared sensor (see the Start-Up Instructions for Infrared Sensors
in this manual).
II. Lack of water pressure
A. Check the supply to the rough-ins
B. Make sure the screwdriver stops are in the open position
C. Water pressure needs to be above 20psi to operate the valve
1. If the water supply pressure is above 20psi but not exiting the valve:
a. Clean any debris from the screen on the inlet side of the solenoid valve body
b. Remove the screws on the valve body and clean any debris from the diaphragm
After all of the above steps have been followed, if there is still no water coming out of the spray
head, there may be a damaged or defective part (see installation notice in the front of this manual).
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Troubleshooting - Pneumatic Valves
I. Valve will not open or deliver water
A. Check the plastic tubing that runs from the pushbutton actuator to the pneumatic valve for
air leaks.
B. Make sure the checkstop on the supply to the valve is fully open. Do not partially close the
checkstop for any reason as it is not a throttling valve. The checkstop should be fully open
(normal operation) or fully closed (when servicing the valve).
C. Close checkstop and then inspect the strainer in the supply line (installed after the
checkstop) to make sure the strainer is not blocked or partially blocked, prohibiting water
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II. Valve will not shut off
A. Separate valve motor from casting by removing the four (4) #8 screws.
B. Inspect the water diaphragm assembly to see if bypass hole in diaphragm is blocked.
Remove any debris by blowing on diaphragm or using force of air. Do not use any tool
(such as straight pin) to remove any debris. Enlarging the hole will shorten or make for
erratic cycling.
C. Check the metering screw on the timer assembly to make sure the adjustment screw is
not closed too tightly. To reset, back out adjustment screw (counterclockwise) about 1-1/2”
turns, and adjust for the desired cycle.
III. Valve continues to trickle or partially deliver water after cycle is over
A. Inspect seating area on valve base to make sure no debris, pitting, or scoring is present.
B. Clean seat or replace seat as necessary.
C. Inspect seating area of diaphragm for debris, clean as necessary. If debris has caused
permanent indentations in the rubber, it may have to be replaced.
After all of the above steps have been followed, if there is still no water coming out of the spray
head, there may be a damaged or defective part (see installation notice in the front of this manual).
Willoughby Industries, Inc.
Rev. 4/2015
TOLL FREE (800) 428-4065 ● LOCAL (317) 875-0830 ● FAX (317) 875-0837
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Behavioral Health Lavatory
WBL-2320 Series
DRAWING: General Dimensions
and Rough-in Detail
Installation & Operation Manual
Willoughby Industries, Inc.
Rev. 4/2015
TOLL FREE (800) 428-4065 ● LOCAL (317) 875-0830 ● FAX (317) 875-0837
www.willoughby-ind.com
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Behavioral Health Lavatory
WBL-2320 Series
Installation & Operation Manual
Warranty
Solid surface products are a homogenous blend of resins, mineral filler and colorant
manufactured for panels, molded and/or shaped products and components. Solid surface
products provide a luxurious appearance with the durability od stain proof, impact resistant,
burnresistant material with the ease of maintenance and cleaning.
Willoughby Industries, Inc. warrants to commercial and institutional purchasers only that each
unit will be free from defects in workmanship and materials under normal use and service upon
the following terms and conditions. The period during which components are warranted as follows:
1. Solid surface components are warranted for 2 years from date of shipment.
2. All other components warranted for 1 year from date of shipment.
This warranty does not cover installation or any other labor charges and does not apply to any
components damaged by accident, abuse, improper installation or improper maintenance. This
warranty does not cover any installation that did not comply with national, state and local building,
plumbing or electrical codes. The warranty is limited to replacing or repairing at manufacturer's option,
transportation charges prepaid by the purchaser, any component or part which upon our inspection
shall be deemed as defective within the limitations of this warranty. The replacement or repair of
defective units as stated in this warranty shall constitute the sole remedy of the purchaser and the
sole liability of Willoughby Industries, Inc. Willoughby Industries, Inc. shall not otherwise be liable
under any indirect damages caused by defects in the repair or replacement thereof.
This warranty only extends to commercial and industrial purchasers and does not extend to any
others, including consumer customers of commercial institutional purchasers. This warranty is in
lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied, including implied warranty of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose or otherwise.
Willoughby Industries, Inc.
Rev. 4/2015
TOLL FREE (800) 428-4065 ● LOCAL (317) 875-0830 ● FAX (317) 875-0837
www.willoughby-ind.com
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