PV3 install manual - Paramount Pool Cleaning Systems
®
AUTOMATIC IN-FLOOR CLEANING & CIRCULATING SYSTEM
INSTALLATION MANUAL
MADE IN USA
004-027-8726-00
REV110215
295 East Corporate Place • Suite 100 • Chandler, AZ 85225
Toll Free: 1.800.621.5886 • Phone: 480.893.7607 • Fax: 480.753.3397
Paramount@1Paramount.com • www.1Paramount.com
US and Foreign patents and patents pending see
www.1paramount.com/about/patents/
1
Signal Words and Symbols Used In This Manual
This Owner’s Manual and Installation Guide contains specific precautions and symbols to identify safety-related information. You will
find DANGER, CAUTION, WARNING and NOTICE symbols which require special attention. Please read them carefully and follow
these precautions as indicated! They will explain how to avoid hazards that may endanger you or persons using or maintaining your
pool or spa.
DANGER
WARNING
DANGER indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
NOTICE
CAUTION
NOTICE is used to address practices not related to physical
injury.
CAUTION indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.
PLEASE REVIEW THE OWNER’S MANUAL AND INSTALLATION GUIDE IN ITS ENTIRETY AND HEED ALL SAFETY
INFORMATION. Failure to follow these instructions and warnings can result in DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY.
FORWARD
The Paramount Pv3® IN-FLOOR CLEANING SYSTEM is the culmination of years of extensive testing and
engineering which provides your customers with the most advanced and trouble-free system available. The
information contained in this manual is intended to answer some of the most common questions associated with the
installation of the System. We urge you to take time to review it thoroughly.
If you have any questions call Toll Free 1.800.621.5886 or visit www.1Paramount.com
IMPORTANT NOTICE
The Paramount In-Floor Systems and other optional Paramount products are protected patented products and the
“methods and installation” of said products are patented. An installer of these products must be trained and licensed
by Paramount. This manual and documents contained within have been copyrighted and any reproductions are illegal
without the written permission of Paramount Pool and Spa Systems.
2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CONTENTS
DESIGN & LAYOUT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION............................................................................................................................................................................5
BENEFITS OF THE SYSTEM.............................................................................................................................................................................5
SURFACE RETURNS...........................................................................................................................................................................................5
PROPER NOZZLE PLACEMENT....................................................................................................................................................................5
NOZZLE PLACEMENT CRITERIA..................................................................................................................................................................5
NOZZLE PLACEMENT........................................................................................................................................................................................6
SUBMITTING DRAWING TO PARAMOUNT..............................................................................................................................................6
DIMENSIONED NOZZLE PLACEMENT DRAWING..............................................................................................................................7
PUMP REQUIREMENTS....................................................................................................................................................................................8
IN-FLOOR SYSTEM SPECIFICATION CHART...........................................................................................................................................8
FILTER REQUIREMENTS SELECTING PROPER FILTER SIZE.........................................................................................................8
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL NOTICE REGARDING
MULTIPLE SKIMMERS AND CLEANING EFFICIENCIES....................................................................................................................9
EQUIPMENT LAYOUT.......................................................................................................................................................................................10
PLUMBING DETAIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
PLUMBING (FLOOR)........................................................................................................................................................................................11
2 NOZZLES ON A LINE...................................................................................................................................................................................12
3 NOZZLES...........................................................................................................................................................................................................12
4 NOZZLES...........................................................................................................................................................................................................12
PLUMBING WATER VALVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
GLUING INSTRUCTIONS ..............................................................................................................................................................................13
2” VALVE BASE PLUMBING GUIDE...........................................................................................................................................................13
VALVE CIRCUIT LAYOUT.................................................................................................................................................................................14
PLUMBING HEATERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
HEATERS................................................................................................................................................................................................................15
HEAT PUMP...........................................................................................................................................................................................................15
SOLAR SYSTEMS...............................................................................................................................................................................................15
PLUMBING DEBRIS CANISTERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
PLUMBING FOR SINGLE / DUAL PUMP SYSTEMS...........................................................................................................................16
EQUIPMENT SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER PLUMBING............................................................................................................. 16
DECK SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER PLUMBING.......................................................................................................................... 16
PLUMBING PRESSURE TEST DECK SIDE CANISTER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
POOL DRAIN SYSTEM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
PLUMBING FOR SPA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
RAISED SPAS.......................................................................................................................................................................................................18
NOZZLE PLACEMENT - SPAS......................................................................................................................................................................18
PLUMBING NOZZLE BODIES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
PLUMBING FOR RIBBED BODY................................................................................................................................................................19
PLUMBING FOR SMOOTH BODY.............................................................................................................................................................19
PLUMBING NOZZLE PLACEMENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
NOZZLE PLACEMENT
STEPS / BENCHES / SWIM-OUTS............................................................................................................................................................20
3
TABLE OF CONTENTS
STEEL DETAIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
CONCRETE DETAIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
GUNITE OR SHOTCRETE PROCESS......................................................................................................................................................21
PLUMBING FOR RIBBED BODY................................................................................................................................................................21
PLUMBING FOR SMOOTH BODY.............................................................................................................................................................21
PREPLASTER DETAIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
RIBBED BODY INSTALLATION GUIDE.....................................................................................................................................................22
SMOOTH BODY INSTALLATION GUIDE..................................................................................................................................................23
START UP - REMOVE PRESSURE TEST PLUGS, INSTALL BASKETS & LIDS........................................................................24
PARAMOUNT MODULE ALIGNMENT GUIDE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
2 PORT MODULE ALIGNMENT...................................................................................................................................................................25
4 PORT MODULE ALIGNMENT...................................................................................................................................................................25
SYSTEM START UP. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
CLEANING NOZZLE INSTALLATION.........................................................................................................................................................26
PV3 NOZZLE WITH SNAP ON CAP...........................................................................................................................................................26
PV3 NOZZLE WITH TWIST LOCK CAP....................................................................................................................................................26
INSTALLING NOZZLE IN-FLOOR................................................................................................................................................................26
WINTERIZING INSTRUCTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR IN-FLOOR SYSTEM.............................................................................................................. 27
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR DECK SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER.................................................................................... 27
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR
EQUIPMENT SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER...................................................................................................................................................28
WINTERIZATION PROCEEDURE FOR WATER VALVE ....................................................................................................................28
TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
IN-FLOOR CLEANING SYSTEM TROUBLE SHOOTING..................................................................................................................29
PRODUCT PART NUMBERS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
PV3 BODIES & NOZZLES..............................................................................................................................................................................31
WATER VALVE / MODULE...............................................................................................................................................................................32
4
DESIGN & LAYOUT
PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
The IN-FLOOR SYSTEM cleans by injecting pressurized water through a series of nozzles located throughout the pool. The
pressurized water flow keeps dirt in suspension for removal by the pool filtration system, an active main drain, a skimmer, and
an optional in-deck debris canister.
The water flow is directed to various cleaning nozzles in a sequential manner by Paramount’s patented water-actuated
distributor valve. The flow is constant and lasts for approximately 60 seconds. When the flow stops, the nozzle will retract and
rotate slightly to a new position so that when it is energized again it will clean a different portion of the pool.
BENEFITS OF THE SYSTEM
• Reduction in chemical costs due to enhanced water circulation
• Reduced electrical costs due to reduced pump time due to increased water circulation
• Reduction of heating costs
• Elimination of unsightly devices
• Lifetime warranty and replacement under warranty conditions of cleaning nozzles
• Elimination of large leaves and debris with one of Paramount’s patented optional line of VGB Compliant Debris Drains and
Debris Containment Canister
BRUSHING IS NOT COMPLETELY ELIMINATED. Although the system GREATLY reduces the time and cost of maintaining a
pool, it DOES NOT ELIMINATE the need to:
• Maintain a proper chemical balance
• Brush the pool periodically
• Clean baskets and filters on a regular basis
In conclusion, the IN-FLOOR SYSTEM is not a 100% cleaner and should never be presented as such.
SURFACE RETURNS
Surface returns used in conjunction with the IN-FLOOR SYSTEM are a builder’s option. If all six ports of the water valve are
not required, the use of surface returns (particularly in areas with excessive surface debris) is highly recommended.
If all six ports of the water valve are utilized for the floor, steps and/or spa, and automatic surface returns are desired, we
recommend a separate pump and filter. Another option is to oversize the pump and plumb a manual return. The flow through
the manual return would have to be regulated in order to insure adequate flow through the floor system.
Surface returns are also advisable in shallow “game” pools. They would enable people to use the pool and have the filtration
system operating without the possibility of stepping on the cleaning nozzles.
PROPER NOZZLE PLACEMENT
Proper nozzle placement is the single most important item in making the SYSTEM clean properly. As a general rule, one head
is required for each 60 square feet of surface area (in pebble - 50 sq. ft.). Pools with breaks and free form pools will generally
require two (2) additional nozzles. This formula does not include nozzles required for steps and benches. The exact total cannot
be determined until a scaled drawing has been made and nozzles have been properly placed.
NOZZLE PLACEMENT CRITERIA
1. 6’ RADIUS CLEANING IN PLASTER, 5’6” IN PEBBLE
2. DISTANCE FROM VERTICAL SURFACES (WALL OR STEP) MINIMUM 2’ - MAXIMUM 3’.
3. MAXIMUM DISTANCE FROM CORNER (4 FEET).
4. ALL AREAS MUST INTERSECT OR OVERLAP.
NOTICE
Calculations based on a 1’ radius dig in the shallow end and a 5’ radius in the deep end
(assuming maximum depth of 4’ shallow and 9’ deep.)
5
NOZZLE PLACEMENT
STEP 1 - DRAW POOL SHAPE
A scaled drawing of the pool must be made including the following details:
A. Outline of pool shape
B. All steps, benches, offsets, etc.
C.Normal main drain location
D. Break or transition point between shallow and deep end (if applicable)
E.Any other items that may affect the water flow from the nozzles - i.e., in pool umbrella or tables
F. Water line on zero entry beach entry
Use either 1/8 in. = 1 ft. scale or ¼ in. = 1 ft scale
Use either 1mm = 100mm scale or 1mm = 50mm scale
SUBMITTING DRAWING TO PARAMOUNT
Download the most current drawing request form at http://www.1paramount.com/products/aapdf/pv3-requestform.pdf
Fill out a cover sheet and email with drawing to Paramount and we will layout your pool cleaning system.
Submit plans
1. E-Mail - cad@1Paramount.com (scalable electronic files – .dxf, .dwg)
Drawing
Request Form
Toll Free: 1.800.621.5886
Phone: 480.893.7607
Fax: 480.893.7621
cad@1Paramount.com
www.1Paramount.com
Please Allow 2 Business Days For Layout
REV. 020215
If You Would Like Information On E-Mailing Drawings Please E-Mails Us At Cad@1Paramount.com
*Company
*Job Name
*City
*State
Address
Contact Name
City
*Sales Person
Revisions
Telephone
Zip
Previous Drawing #
E-mail
.pdf
What Is Revised
.dwg
SAMPLE
Fax
Reply by fax
Length-Width Measurements, Breakline & Drain Location Must Be Shown On A Scaled Pool Drawing
X
Pool Dimensions:
Square Feet:
X
Pool Depths:
Distances In Feet
X
Select Pool Finish:
Distances In Feet
Must Draw Break In Plans
Distances In Feet
***Check Corresponding Boxes And Fill In The Blanks To Best Describe The Cleaning System Requested***
Booster Pump
For Cleaning System
Pool & Spa Are
Not Connected
Solar Heated
Perimeter Overflow
Zero Entry
Must show waterline in plans
(Requires Separate System For Spa)
Pool Floor
Steps
Benches
Spa
Basin
Nozzle Placement
SwingJet Placement (Note: 3 SwingJets per zone)
Drains / Canisters / Skimmers
MDX-R3
Channel
Drain
Deck
Canister
Canister
w/MVFuse
For Special Combo Pricing Select Ultra Uv & Clear O3
Equipment
Canister
Ultra UV Water Sanitizer: 120V
Pool
JetPaks qty. Oscillator______
Basin
MV Fuse Deck
Spa
Paralevel
(Water Leveler)
Standard Skimmer
qty.______
Venturi Skimmer
qty.______
230V
Number of Lamps______
Clusterspray______
Spinal’ssage______
Clear O3
AirPort
Parascope
Mini Bubbler qty.
SDX (2 pk.)
Paraglo LED Pool & Spa Light qty.
Product Ordering Section
Completing this section will result in an order being processed and product being shipped based on the bill of materials in the drawing
Order Type:
Pre-Gunite Order
Complete Order
Color Selections
Nozzle/Drain/Fountain:
White - 01
Grey - 02
Black - 03
Canister/Paralevel Lid:
White - 01
Grey - 02
Beige - 07
Jetpaks:
Pearl - 51
Mirage - 52
Sapphire - 58
Shipping Priority:
Ground
2-Day
3-Day
Taupe - 04
Blue - 05
Light Blue - 06
Beige - 07
Light Grey - 08
Midnight Canyon - 59
Next Day AM
Next Day PM
Will Call Desk
** In order to receive a quote you must email paramount@1paramount.com and provide them with the drawing number on your plan**
NOTES:
Clear Page
Print Page
Submit Email
To insure incentive points are awarded accurately be sure to fill out the pool builder information completely
*
6
DIMENSIONED NOZZLE PLACEMENT DRAWING
After the nozzle placement has been determined, a scaled drawing will be made with dimensions clearly indicated. The
dimensioned drawing should be the plumber’s guide and a part of the superintendent’s check sheet to insure proper
placement.
As stated earlier, proper nozzle location is critical. Should the pool’s configuration change (i.e., step location, break location,
overall dimension) the nozzle placement must also change. A revised plan must be drawn. Choose one nozzle to use as a
starting point and indicate dimensions to outer walls. This will enable the plumbers to find location of first nozzle and then use
triangulation to locate the remaining ones.
The sequencing order, from a cleaning aspect, is immaterial. Since the cleaning nozzles operate on a random principle,
the need for sequencing is eliminated. However, sequencing from shallow to deep is recommended for ease of plumbing,
installation and trouble-shooting.
SAMPLE
7
PUMP REQUIREMENTS
Selecting Proper Pump Size
1. Determine GPM and Ft./Hd. requirements from Specification Chart below.
2. Refer to manufacturer’s pump curve for the equipment specified for the pool.
3.Compare Part # and Model #. Do not rely on horsepower. Most manufacturers make both full-rated and up-rated pumps
This also relates to low and high service factors.
4.Most pump curves will show Total Head in Feet on the left side vertically. Gallons per Minute are indicated horizontally
across the page.
5. Draw an X where the two lines intersect. This will give you the pump required.
IN-FLOOR SYSTEM SPECIFICATION CHART
SINGLE PUMP
DUAL PUMP
*60 GPM @ 70 TDH or
*40 GPM @ 60 TDH Filter / Cleaner Pump
*40 GPM @ 60 TDH or
*60 GPM @ 60 TDH Cleaner Pump
MINIMUM FILTER
MINIMUM FILTER
Sand 4.9
Sand 3.1
D.E. 48 Sq. Ft.
D.E. 36 Sq. Ft.
Cartridge 200 Sq. Ft.
Cartridge 200 Sq. Ft.
No multi-port filter valves. Bypass on heater
Size filter pump to pool turnover. Multi-port ok.
No bypass on heater required
* Any time the equipment is more than 50 ft. away from pool the pipe size must be 2 ½” or larger for suction & return.
GPM stated are the requirements of the in-floor system. Additional equipment such as chlorine generators, spa overflows,
water features, etc., require more water flow. Adjust pump GPM requirements accordingly.
FILTER REQUIREMENTS SELECTING PROPER FILTER SIZE
When selecting filter sizes, if the filter requirements fall in between available sizes, select the next larger filter. Refer to
Equipment Spec Chart for required rate.
Diatomaceous Earth (D.E.) D.E. filters are rated at 2 GPM per square foot of filter area.
Sand filters are rated at 20 GPM per square foot.
1-1/2” MULTI-PORT VALVES ARE NOT RECOMMENDED BECAUSE HEAD LOSS IS GREATLY INCREASED.
PARAMOUNT RECOMMENDS THE USE OF 2” PUSH/PULL OR 2” MULTI-PORT VALVES ON SINGLE PUMP SYSTEMS.
NOTE: Filter rates in excess of 20 GPM per sq. ft. can cause channeling of the filter bed.
Cartridge filters are rated at .25 GPM per square foot of filter area.
NOTICE
Excess flow rates can cause the fibers of a cartridge to become impacted.
8
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL NOTICE REGARDING
MULTIPLE SKIMMERS AND CLEANING EFFICIENCIES
The usage of more than one skimmer with any In-Floor systems may create conditions where the main drain and skimmers are
not effective. This is particularly true with Paramount’s line of VGB Compliant Debris Drains.
When the pool incorporates a single pump design with up to a 2 hp (2-1/2 hp up rated) pump and an In-Floor system, the
maximum flow of water through the hydraulic system is only 60-75 GPM.
The Paramount optional VGB Comliant Debris Drains require 35 GPM to operate properly. The remaining suction flow is
through the skimmer.
When a second skimmer is added, the flow then becomes reduced. Having only 17-20 GPM over a skimmer weir is not
effective. Traditionally, consumers adjust the skimmers to effectively pull water and surface debris and thus reduce the suction
upon the main drain.
We have found that with an In-Floor system the best rule of thumb is “One skimmer and one main drain with a one pump
system” or “One standard skimmer and a venturi skimmer for the second simmer”.
On pools over 500 sq. ft., we recommend the design include a two-pump system. Because of the energy savings, faster clean
up and less stringent equipment requirements, multiple skimmers may be incorporated.
The second pump may be plumbed with the filter pump to share a single skimmer which, in effect, super-charges the skimmer.
Alternatively, the second pump may be plumbed to a second skimmer. This design allows both skimmers to separately draw a
minimum 35 GPM and the main drain to effectively operate as designed.
9
EQUIPMENT LAYOUT
Single Pump
CIRCULATION SYSTEM
PUMP_____ GPM_____HD
GPM
GPM
GPM
HEATER
GPM
PUMP
MIN. FILTER
CART. 130
D.E. 48
SAND 49
6
1
4
3
SPA
5
OPTIONAL
DDC CANISTER
SKIMMER
SPA
OPTIONAL
VENTURI SKIMMER
CHLOR
RETURN
OPTIONAL
EDC CANISTER
2
MDX-R3
DEBRIS
DRAIN
SDX
Dual Pump
CIRCULATION SYSTEM
PUMP_____ GPM_____HD
6
1
4
3
OPTIONAL
VENTURI SKIMMER
CANISTER
OPTIONAL
DDC CANISTER
SDX
10
MDX-R3
DEBRIS
DRAIN
GPM
GPM
2
SKIMMER
OPTIONAL
SECOND
SKIMMER
GPM
GPM
SPA
OPTIONAL
EDC CANISTER
CHLOR
RETURN
5
HEATER
SPA
PUMP
PUMP
MIN. FILTER
CART. 130
D.E. 48
SAND 49
PLUMBING DETAIL
PLUMBING (FLOOR)
Install the SYSTEM with required feed lines from the water valve to banks of heads containing two or more nozzles each. The
feed lines are 2” Schedule 40 PVC pipe. Paramount recommends that the lines enter at the center of length of pool. Excavate
a niche to the bottom of the pool depth at that location. This large niche allows ample room for the feed lines. Generally, this
will provide for the least amount of pipe. There are occasions when it may be advantageous to feed part of the lines in places
other than the center. At each nozzle location, install a 2” elbow with 2” Schedule 40 PVC stubbed up 12” above the finished
pool floor (except for steps and benches). Step and bench nozzles should be on a separate port. The number of nozzles per
port in the floor should be constant whenever possible. All pipes should have a minimum of 2” of cover. Trenches should be
backfilled and raked smooth. Paramount recommends soaking and tamping the ground after backfilling the trenches. It is
imperative that the stub-up angle is 90 degrees to the finished floor angle. This must be verified and adjusted prior to placing
gunite or concrete shell. Paramount recommends use of the primer and glue on all joints underground.
Cap all lines and pressure test to a minimum of 35 psi. Install the pressure-test stack at the equipment header or on one of the
stub-up pipes in the pool floor. Pressure should remain on system throughout construction.
11
Do not plumb nozzles in line,
all nozzles must be on a branch.
INCORRECT METHOD
OF PLUMBING
2 NOZZLES ON A LINE
2"
TO DISTRIBUTOR VALVE
2" PVC PIPE
3 NOZZLES
4 NOZZLES
12
PLUMBING WATER VALVE
GLUING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove Clamp
2. Lift off dome (save 0-ring)
3.Remove pressure gauge and knob from inside valve
housing assembly.
4. Primer valve base two times
5.Make sure pipes are glued all the way into the stop. Be
careful not to allow glue to run into module area.*
6.The center port is the inlet to the valve and should be
approximately 3” longer than the perimeter pipes.
7. Allow 24 hour before pressure testing.
8. Reposition o-ring in groove in the valve base.
9. Replace dome and V-Clamp and tighten until snug.
10.Thread the pressure gauge to the top of the dome.
11. Glue pipe all the way into the stop and allow at least 24
hours drying time before pressure test. To prevent glue
build up to internal ribs always glue with the valve right
side up.
12.Store the module assembly in a safe place and install
after the pool has been started up.
NOTICE
DO NOT USE
TEFLON TAPE
NOTICE
* Pipes should be a minimum of 12” in length and should insure the valve be at least
6” above water level.
WARNING
Pressurize with pool plumbing
(do not exceed 35 psi.)
2” VALVE BASE PLUMBING GUIDE
NOTICE
ALL PIPE FITTINGS MUST
BE STAGGERED.
All plumbing should be 2”.
The water valve must be set 6” above water level. A convenient location poolside will result in dramatic reduction in plumbing
runs and decrease cost.
The center port of the bottom housing is the inlet to the valve. Cut all pipes square, this allows maximum gluing surface to the
bottom housing. USE PVC PRIMER AND PVC GLUE ON BOTTOM HOUSING AND ON PVC PIPES. (IPS WELDON P68
PRIMER and 711 GLUE or 705 GLUE or EQUIVALENT)
If not all six (6) ports are required, use one of the ports twice to feed one return line. The common ports should not be
plumbed next to each other, always skip a port when double firing. The pipes from the water valve should be connected
together underground.
PARTS NEEDED FOR ASSEMBLY
OPTION ONE
• (3) 2”X12” PVC PIPE (port 2,4,6)
• (3) 2”X15” PVC PIPE (port 1,3,5)
• (1) 2”X18” PVC PIPE (port inlet)
• (4) 2”X2 1/4” PVC PIPE (port 1,2,5,6)
• (11) 2” SLIP 90° ELBOWS
•O
ptional: replace (4) 90° elbows and
(4) 2”x2 ¼” pipes with (4) spigot 90° elbows
• Set in trench 15”deep X 19” wide
NOTICE
Stagger 3” min.
Height of riser pipes may be adjusted as
long as the 3” height differential between
fittings is maintained.
13
OPTION TWO
• (2) 2”X12” PVC PIPE (port 3,6)
• (2) 2”X15” PVC PIPE (port 2,4)
• (2) 2”X18” PVC PIPE (port 1,5)
• (1) 2”X21” PVC PIPE (port inlet)
• (2) 2”X2 1/4” PVC PIPE (port 6)
• (8) 2” SLIP 90° elbows
• Optional: replace (2) 90° elbows and (2) 2”x2 ¼”
pipes with (2) spigot 90° elbows (port 6)
• Set in trench 19” deep X 12” wide
IMPORTANT: PORT 1 AND 5 MUST BE SET AT 15° OFF
CENTERLINE IN ORDER TO CLEAR
VALVE CIRCUIT LAYOUT
6 CIRCUIT 004-302-4184-03
9 CIRCUIT 004-302-4190-03
12 CIRCUIT 004-302-4194-03
14
PLUMBING HEATERS
FROM
SKIMMER
FROM
MAIN
DRAIN
BALANCING
VALVE
BALANCING
VALVE
PUMP
FILTER
CHECK
VALVE
BACKWASHING
VALVE
CHECK
VALVE
1” BYPASS
LINE
HEATER
IMPORTANT
MANUAL
1” BYPASS
LINE
WATER
VALVE
HEATERS
When installing a heater on the pool, a GATE VALVE BY-PASS TO PARTIALLY DIRECT WATER AROUND THE HEATER IS
NECESSARY. This allows part of the water through the heater for heating but limits the head loss created when all the water is
directed through the heater. THE IN-FLOOR SYSTEM WILL NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY WITHOUT THIS BY-PASS.
HEAT PUMP
Heat pumps must have a minimum by-pass of 1 ½” with a
gate valve for adjustment. The gate valve must be set with a
temperature probe to factory specs for heat rise.
NOTE: MULTI-SPEED PUMPS AND HEATERS
& HEAT PUMP
1 1/2 INCH
GATE VALVE
When plumbed with a bypass the heater or heat pump may
not fire with pump running on the lowest speed.
VACUUM BREAKER
SOLAR SYSTEMS
COLLECTOR
PANELS
IN-LINE
BOOSTER
PUMP
Paramount recommends solar systems be
operated independently with a booster pump,
separate suction, and returns, or as shown
below with a secondary booster pump, and the
in-floor system valve installed after the solar
and heater pack.
HEATER
CHECK
VALVE
SOLAR SENSOR
RETURNS
FILTER
15
POOL PUMP
POOL SYSTEM
CLEANING
SYSTEM
PLUMBING DEBRIS CANISTERS
PLUMBING FOR SINGLE / DUAL PUMP SYSTEMS
Dual Pump System
Single Pump System
FILTER/CLEANER
PUMP
FILTER/CLEANER
PUMP
OPTIONAL
EDC CANISTER
FILTER/CLEANER
PUMP
OPTIONAL
EDC CANISTER
OPTIONAL
SPA LINE
OPTIONAL
SPA LINE
2" PVC
2" PVC
2" PVC
2" PVC
SKIMMER
SKIMMER
2½" PVC
2½" PVC
MDX-R3
DEBRIS
DRAIN
OPTIONAL
ADR DECK
CANISTER
MDX-R3
DEBRIS
DRAIN
OPTIONAL
ADR DECK
CANISTER
SDX
SDX
EQUIPMENT SIDE
DEBRIS CANISTER
PLUMBING
Install 3 Way Valve
Ahead of the LeafVac ONLY
8" Minimum
Straight Pipe
Pump
Suction From the
Skimmer, Main Drain
and Spa
DECK SIDE DEBRIS
CANISTER PLUMBING
WIRE TO FORM
BOND BEAM
FORM BOARD
TO PUMP
SOIL
CAP IF
NOT USED
16
EXCAVATION ROUGH OUT
24" X 24" X 36"
TOP OF RIM
1" ABOVE FORM
PLUMBING PRESSURE TEST DECK SIDE CANISTER
BALANCE LINE
TEST PLUGS
2" GALV.
SQ. HEAD
TO OPTIONAL SKIMMER
OR VENT LINE
TO MAIN
DRAIN
USE STANDARD
SKIMMER PLUG
WRENCH
Extra long T-Bar helpful for installation
18" x 5' with 1 5/8" 12 pt. socket
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
WARNING avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
Release pressure on the system before removing plugs
POOL DRAIN SYSTEM
Indicates a hazardous situation which, if not
WARNING avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
The drain used must be installed in accordance with the manufacurer’s written instruction manual, and in conformity with
applicable Federal, State, Local and Swimming pool industry building and safety codes.
If you are using the Paramount MDX-R3 VGB Compliant Debris Drains consult the applicable manual for specific instruction on
how to plumb.
DOWNLOAD INSTRUCTION MANUALS:
MDX-R3 Non Adjustable Concrete:
http://www.1paramount.com/downloads/manuals/mdxinstall/010815MDXR3NonAdjustableConcrete.pdf
MDX-R3 Adjustable Concrete:
http://www.1paramount.com/downloads/manuals/mdxinstall/041615MDXR3AdjustableConcreteEngFr.pdf
MDX² Concrete:
http://www.1paramount.com/downloads/manuals/mdxinstall/MDX2RetroAllManualREV040109.pdf
17
PLUMBING FOR SPA
RAISED SPAS
An in-line check valve is required in all raised spas. Plumb the check valve above ground for ease of future maintenance.
NOZZLE PLACEMENT - SPAS
Keep in mind that if cleaning nozzles in the spa are part of the cleaning cycle of the swimming pool, consideration must be
given to the additional water being injected into the spa. This water must be removed via dam wall overflow, equalizer line, etc.
When plumbing a spa, it is recommended the nozzles be on a separate port of their own.
NOTICE
Separate line with check valve required
on raised water features or spas.
WATER
VALVE
SPRING
CHECK
VALVE
WATERLINE
SPA
POOL
18
PLUMBING NOZZLE BODIES
NOTICE
All risers must be 90
degrees (perpendicular)
to the finished floor
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
2” SCH. 40 PIPE,
15” LONG
CONCRETE
CUT PIPE HERE
PLUMBING FOR
RIBBED BODY
SOIL
NOTICE
All risers must be 90
degrees (perpendicular)
to the finished floor
2” ELBOW
2” PIPE
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
RISER 2” PIPE
FROM
PARAMOUNT
CONCRETE
CUT PIPE HERE
PLUMBING FOR
SMOOTH BODY
MIN. 2"
SOIL
2” ELBOW
19
2” PIPE
PLUMBING NOZZLE PLACEMENTS
NOZZLE PLACEMENT
STEPS / BENCHES / SWIM-OUTS
1. Using a 5’ radius, indicate location of
step-cleaning nozzle.
NOTE: Each nozzle will not clean more than 5’
radius on steps or benches.
10' MAX
AX
'M
10
10' MAX
2. Nozzles should be pulled out as far as possible in order to reach corners.
3. Reversed radius* of step corners will help to eliminate dirty steps.
* This will also help with the floor cleaning where the bottom step meets the pool wall.
Heads 2” from tread edge
Radius Corners
CORRECT
20
INCORRECT
STEEL DETAIL
Rebar must be kept away from 2”
PVC riser. Rebar should be bent
around any riser or pipe so that steel
is minimum of 2” away from the pipe.
CONCRETE DETAIL
GUNITE OR SHOTCRETE PROCESS
CONCRETE:
1. Make a cutout or opening approximately 1” deep and 1” bigger than the pipe.
2. This cutout will be filled with plaster and create a water stop.
Verify the angle of the risers as it is imperative that the riser angle be
90 degrees from the finished floor angle. Check that the system did not
lose pressure prior to shooting the pool and upon completion.
PLUMBING FOR SMOOTH BODY
PLUMBING FOR RIBBED BODY
2” SCH. 40 PIPE,
15” LONG
CONCRETE
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
RISER 2” PIPE
FROM
PARAMOUNT
CONCRETE
CUT PIPE HERE
21
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
CUT PIPE HERE
PREPLASTER DETAIL
RIBBED BODY INSTALLATION GUIDE
NOTICE
Heavy body glue is required.
1
2
3
ake a cutout or opening
M
approximately 1” deep and 1” bigger
than the pipe.
ut off riser pipes flush with concrete
C
surface.
Remove cap. Prime the inside of the pipe.
his cutout will be filled with plaster to
T
create a water stop.
2” SCH.
40 PIPE
DO NOT PRIME
THE BODY. DO NOT ROTATE
THE BODY IN THE PIPE.
4
5
Glue the body into the pipe with a HEAVY
BODY PVC SOLVENT CEMENT.
PLASTERING THE POOL
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
CONCRETE
SOIL
NOTICE
CUT PIPE HERE
2” ELBOW
2” PIPE
NOTICE (IPS WELD-ON 711
or equivalent) The glue must cover the
full length of the body barrel and 3”
deep inside the riser pipe. Push the
body into the pipe until the shoulder
hits the top edge of the pipe.
Let fumes vent for 30 minutes then
replace all body caps.
22
Leave all plaster caps in place for removal
at start up.
NOTICE
Optional, the plaster crew may remove the
plaster caps as they finish.
The body does not come with the nozzle
installed.
SMOOTH BODY INSTALLATION GUIDE
NOTICE
You can use regular PVC
glue on smooth body
1
2
3
ake a cutout or opening
M
approximately 1” deep and 1” bigger
than the pipe.
ut off riser pipes flush with concrete
C
surface.
Remove cap. Prime the inside of the pipe.
his cutout will be filled with plaster or
T
other finish coat to create a water stop.
1” BY 1” CUTOUT
AROUND THE PIPE
FOR WATER STOP
RISER 2” PIPE
FROM
PARAMOUNT
CONCRETE
SOIL
NOTICE
THE BODY.
DO NOT PRIME
4
5
Glue the body into the pipe with a
regular PVC glue.
PLASTERING THE POOL
CUT PIPE HERE
2” ELBOW
2” PIPE
NOTICE
The glue must cover
the full length of the body barrel and
3” deep inside the riser pipe. Push the
body into the pipe until the shoulder
hits the top edge of the pipe.
Let fumes vent for 30 minutes then
replace all body caps.
23
Leave all plaster caps in place for removal
at start up.
NOTICE
Optional, the plaster crew may remove the
plaster caps as they finish.
The body does not come with the nozzle
installed.
START UP - REMOVE PRESSURE TEST PLUGS, INSTALL BASKETS & LIDS
1. Remove all pressure test plugs.
2. Install all baskets and lids.
WARNING
Indicates a hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, could result
in death or serious injury.
Turn off pump before
installing valve. Do not
stand over valve.
Valve Installation
Before installing the module, startup the pump and run without the module in place to clear any debris from the feed lines. After
the module is installed and before installing the nozzles, run the water valve to clean out any debris in the cleaning circuits. If a
circuit has more than one nozzle, alternate blocking off all but one nozzle on that circuit one at a time to clean out any debris.
Use of the pause control will hold the valve on that port while doing this. The equipment needs to run for a minimum of ten
minutes before installing the valve module.
1. Turn off the pump
2. R
emove clamp and dome
3. Clean and install base o-ring
4. Set module into base
5. T
urn module slightly until it sits in place
lined up with guide pins
7. T
urn water valve to "RUN" position
7. Place dome over module. Secure
dome and base with band clamp
8. W
hile tightening band clamp, lightly tap
clamp with a screwdriver or wrench
9. Inspect for leaks
24
PARAMOUNT MODULE ALIGNMENT GUIDE
FOR THE WATER VALVE TO FUNCTION PROPERLY IT IS IMPERATIVE THAT
THE MODULE BE PLACED IN CORRECT ORIENTATION TO THE BASE. IF THE
MODULE IS PLACED INCORRECTLY, MULTIPLE ZONES OF NOZZLES IN THE
POOL WILL FIRE AT THE SAME TIME. TO ENSURE THIS IS DONE, PLEASE
FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
There are guide pins on the
module that will line up with the
holes in the valve body.
Jumper assembly
2 Port Module Alignment
Open port
1+1 module
To correctly place the module in the base, the
2 white jumper assemblies must be centered
over the 2 open ports in the base.
Jumper assembly
Open port
Jumper assembly
2 port module
2 port valve base
Jumper assembly
4 Port Module Alignment
Open port
3+1 module
To correctly place the module in the base, the
white jumper assembly must be centered over
the single open port in the base.
4 port module
25
4 port valve base
SYSTEM START UP
CLEANING NOZZLE INSTALLATION
Before installing nozzles flush all lines by:
a. Start pump, run for 10 minutes before installing the water valve module.
b. Install the water valve module and let valve cycle to flush out any debris remaining in each line.
PV3 NOZZLE WITH SNAP ON CAP
1. Select nozzle size from
pool plan. Push firmly on cap
or strike with palm of hand to
snap firmly into place
O-ring
2. Be sure o-ring is pushed all
the way up to top flange.
PV3 NOZZLE WITH TWIST LOCK CAP (COMING EARLY 2016)
1. Select nozzle size from
pool plan and using the
nozzle tool to twist on
caps.
2. Place the nozzle inside
the nozzle tool to hold
it from spinning as you
twist on the cap.
3. Place the cap on the
nozzle. It will only on
and twist one way.
4. Turn cap clockwise until it
snaps into place. Be sure
o-ring is pushed all the
way up to top flange.
INSTALLING NOZZLE IN-FLOOR
1. Snap the nozzle onto the install tool (part #004627-5452-00) by twisting. Start with nozzle
closest to the valve and as red plaster caps blow
out install nozzles.
2. Install nozzle in body by turning clockwise one-quarter turn.
26
WINTERIZING INSTRUCTIONS
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR IN-FLOOR SYSTEM
There are many methods to winterizing a pool and pool equipment. Different methods are used depending on regional
conditions. It is the pool operator’s responisbility to ensure all components of the pool and pool equipment are protected from
the most severe freeze conditions in their specific area.
Winterizing a Paramount Pool & Spa Systems in-floor pool is the same as any pool with a main drain; it just has a few more
lines to winterize. These procedures are to be used in addition to standard winterization methods normally used in your area.
To Do List:
Store the Paramount valve module, canister inner lid and basket in a safe, dry place.
Remove and store any “down-jets” located above the freeze line.
Blowout and airlock all pool lines.
Remove all water from the canister and replace with swimming pool anti-freeze and an empty jug, the same way you
winterize skimmers.
The following steps are procedures recommended for proper winterization of all Paramount In-Floor Cleaning Systems. These
procedures do not replace normal winterization procedures but are instead in addition to them.
For drain winterization instructions consult manufacturer’s instructions for that drain.
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR DECK SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER
1. Remove outer lid, inner lid and basket, clean and dry off, and store in same area
as modules.
2. Install and secure regular winterization plug in equalizer line of canister to pool at
poolside.
Remove
3. Install and secure Schrader plug or blow out plug from canister to main drain.
Blow out and obtain air lock as previously described, if skimmer is tied into
canister, repeat procedure to skimmer.
4. Bottom port of canister to pump may require an extended pipe for ease
of blowing out. Install and blow out line from canister to pump. Install and
secure plug in pump. Using shop vac, remove all water from within canister
components.
5. Extension pipe can be removed and replaced with plug or Gizmo type container
if Gizmo not used. Be sure to install device to absorb ice expansion in canister
area. Failure to do this may result in potential ice freeze damage to canister.
Winterization anti-freeze is to be used as necessary or when required.
BALANCE LINE
TEST PLUGS
2" GALV.
SQ. HEAD
TO MAIN
DRAIN
TO OPTIONAL SKIMMER
OR VENT LINE
USE STANDARD
SKIMMER PLUG
WRENCH
27
WINTERIZATION PROCEDURE FOR
EQUIPMENT SIDE DEBRIS CANISTER
The EDC canister must be winterized in areas prone to freezing temperatures.
1. Remove the EDC canister lid and basket (and optional fine mesh bag).
2. Use a wet or dry vacuum to remove all the water from the EDC.
3. Replace the EDC lid and proceed with your normal winterizing process.
Consult your local pool professional for the best winterizing method.
WINTERIZATION PROCEEDURE FOR WATER VALVE
Fig. 1
1. Turn off and drain out all pool equipment.
2.R
emove valve lid or lids from valve(s). Remove module(s) from valve housing(s). Store
module in dry clean area out of the winter elements for winter until re-installation in
spring. (See Fig. 1, 2)
3. Remove any down jet or returns in pool (threaded or slip) including down jet body for a
secure fit of winterizing plug. Store with module(s). (See Fig. 3)
4. From valves to pool, place a Schrader plug or blow out plug as recommended. Install
and secure Schrader or blow out plugs in all parts of valve(s) (except center feed port of
second and multiple valves when multiple valves are being used). Proceed to blow out
lines through Schrader or blow out plugs to pool. (See Fig. 4)
5.W
hile blowing out the in-floor nozzles, once a good amount of air has come through the
nozzle, you have accomplished an air lock. (This procedure is similar to obtaining an air
lock when blowing out the bottom drain in the pool.)Blow out center port of first valve
back to filter equipment and plug.
6. While blowing out the down jets or any nozzle bodies above freeze zone. and while air is
escaping through the in-wall hole, install and secure a regular winterizing plug. Repeat
until all ports are blown out. (See Fig. 4)
7.In cases where multiple valves are in use, blow out the feeder port of the first valve into
the center port of the second or multiple valve(s), install, and secure plug.
8. When necessary, pool winter anti-freeze solution should be poured into each line.
9. Valve housing(s) should be wiped clean and dry of water, reinstall top lid and secure.
Fig. 3
Fig. 4
#9
#6
#11
28
Fig. 2
TROUBLESHOOTING
IN-FLOOR CLEANING SYSTEM TROUBLE SHOOTING
ISSUE
SOLUTION
The system doesn’t clean like it has previously
•If the nozzles are turning on and off in groups, but
don’t clean as far as they once did, then the in-floor
system isn’t getting enough water to run effectively.
A quick way to check this is by looking at the
pressure gauge, it needs to be 20 PSI or above.
•Service the filtration system, clean all baskets, and
clean the filter?
•Make sure auxiliary valves, spa jets, waterfalls,
manual surface returns are not open when the pool
is in it’s cleaning mode.
Dirt collects around one nozzle. Nozzle stays up all the
time
When a Nozzle stays up, even when the pump is off,
something is stuck in it. Try the following items one at a
time until the problem is solved.
• Push the Nozzle down with a pool pole.
•Remove the Nozzle, rinse to remove all debris.
•Replace if damaged - Read Lifetime Limited
Warranty. Nozzles are covered for life, if you are the
original pool owner.
Nozzle pops up and down, but does not rotate
•When the nozzle is up, try pushing on it with a pool
pole. This may dislodge debris.
•Remove the Nozzle, rinse to remove all debris.
•Replace if damaged - Read Lifetime Limited
Warranty. Nozzles have a lifetime guarantee, if you
are the original pool owner.
One set of nozzles stay up whenever the pump is on
One set of Nozzles stays up all the time, even though the
other sets cycle up and down. A part inside the Module
has a problem.
•Debris is holding one piston open all the time.
Remove the debris.
•Piston diaphragm is broken - Replace Module.
29
Clean area around one zone only
When one set of Nozzles comes on with the pump each
day, but never rotates more than once a day, the Water
Valve isn’t cycling.
•“Pause” Mode may be active. Turn the Knob on top
of the Water Valve to “RUN”.
•“Turbine” may be jammed with debris. “Open the
Water Valve”, remove the Module, and inspect
Turbine.
•Look for debris.
•Does Turbine move freely? - If yes, the debris may be
in the pipe out of sight. Turn on the pump for a few
seconds to clear the line.
•Does turning Turbine turn the Gears? - If not replace
Module.
All nozzles are floating when the pump is on
When all Nozzles are floating, or have water running
through them all at the same time check
the Module.
• Module is missing - replace Module
•Module is damaged and all pistons are open.
Replace module.
•Module is not seated properly - remove Module,
remove any debris found inside Base and on
Module, reinstall Module.
Nozzle comes out of floor body
•Make sure O-Ring is in place and reinsert into floor
body, turn clockwise 1/4 turn to seat
•If nozzle continues to come out, retainer lock is worn.
Read lifetime limited warranty, nozzles are covered
for life if you are the original pool owner. Replace
nozzle.
30
PRODUCT PART NUMBERS
PV3 BODIES & NOZZLES
PV3 Nozzle
Item Number
Product Description
White 004-627-5060-01
Gray 004-627-5060-02
Black004-627-5060-03
Taupe004-627-5060-04
Blue 004-627-5060-05
Lt. Blue 004-627-5060-06
Beige004-627-5060-07
Lt. Gray 004-627-5060-08
PV3 Nozzle with Nozzle Caps
PV3 Nozzle Caps
Item Number
Product Description
White 005-627-5060-01
Gray 005-627-5060-02
Black005-627-5060-03
Taupe005-627-5060-04
Blue 005-627-5060-05
Lt. Blue 005-627-5060-06
Beige005-627-5060-07
Lt. Gray 005-627-5060-08
PV3 Nozzle Caps (3 Pieces - 1/4”, 3/8”, 5/8” - 1 Each)
PV3 Ribbed Body
Item Number
White 004-627-4760-01
Gray 004-627-4760-02
Black004-627-4760-03
Taupe004-627-4760-04
Blue 004-627-4760-05
Lt. Blue 004-627-4760-06
Beige004-627-4760-07
Lt. Gray 004-627-4760-08
Product Description
PV3 Ribbed Body with Plaster Cap
PV3 Smooth Body
Item Number
White 004-627-4762-01
Gray 004-627-4762-02
Black004-627-4762-03
Taupe004-627-4762-04
Blue 004-627-4762-05
Lt. Blue 004-627-4762-06
Beige004-627-4762-07
Lt. Gray 004-627-4762-08
Product Description
PV3 Smooth Body with Plaster Cap
*Requires the use of a riser #005-252-1520-00 or
005-252-1522-00
Small Nozzle Tool
Item Number
Product Description
004-552-5452-00
Small Nozzle Tool, Plastic Handle
Small Nozzle Stainless Steel Service Tool with ½" Drive Adaptor
Item Number
Product Description
004-252-5443-00
Small Nozzle Stainless Steel Service Tool with ½" Drive Adaptor
31
WATER VALVE / MODULE
005-302-3590-00
Pressure Gauge
005-302-3502-00
Pause Assembly
Includes: Screw Knob, O-Ring & Pawl
005-302-4300-03
Top Dome Complete
Includes: Top, Gauge & Pause Assembly
Modules:
004-302-4400-00
004-302-4402-00
004-302-4404-00
004-302-4406-00
004-302-4408-00
2 Port 4 Gear
2 Port 5 Gear
3 Port
4 Port
6 Port
005-302-3570-00
Band Clamp (Complete)
Includes Knob & Nut
005-302-3600-00
Band Clamp Knob
005-302-0640-00
Band Clamp Nut
005-302-0100-00
Base O-Ring
Valve Base (US)*:
005-302-4002-03
005-302-4012-03
005-302-4018-03
005-302-4032-03
Valve Base (Metric):
005-302-4006-03 005-302-4019-03 005-302-4020-03 005-302-4033-03 2 Port Base 2” Black
3 Port Base 2” Black
4 Port Base 2” Black
6 Port Base 2” Black
2 Port Base 63 mm Black
3 Port Base 63 mm Black
4 Port Base 63 mm Black
6 Port Base 63 mm Black
*US 2” is equivalent to Australian 50 mm.
32
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertising