Invisi II Installation Instructions - Sustainable Solutions International

Invisi II Installation Instructions - Sustainable Solutions International
1.28/0.8 Gal (4.8/3 Litre)
concealed cistern
237060, 237061 & 237062
Contents
5 Step Easy Install
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Installation Requirements
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Cistern Service Access Options
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Button Service Access Options
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Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Inwall Access - stud wall
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Inwall Access - masonry wall
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Induct Access
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In Ceiling Access
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Under Counter Access
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Custom Panel Access
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Installing the Cistern - 237 061
Inwall Access
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Induct Access
........................................................................ 14
In Ceiling Access
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Where removal of the cistern may be required ............................................................. 16
Where adjustment of the cistern height is required ..................................................................... 16
Installing the Cistern - 237 062
Under Counter Access
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Optional Remote Mounting Box Kit - 237 006
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Access Panel Variations
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Preparation for Fitout
........................................................................ 20
Removing Internal Components through Access Window ......................................................... 21
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Servicing - Outlet Valve
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Servicing - Inlet Valve
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Important Notices
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Helplines
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5 Step Easy Install
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Installation Requirements
237 060 - Invisi II 4.8/3L Dual Flush Cistern
CONTENTS
REQUIREMENTS
• Invisi II - 4.8/3L Concealed Cistern
• Mounting Brackets
• Tall Flush Pipe
• 19.7”/0.5m of Pneumatic Tube
• Cistern Fixing Pack
• 3.5”/90mm Min Inwall Cavity Depth
• 15.75”/400mm Min - 16.5”/420mm Max
Cavity Width (e.g. between studs)
• 15/16” - 14NS-1 Water Connection
237 061 - Invisi II 4.8/3L Dual Flush Cistern - with Standard Wall Hung Pan Bracket
CONTENTS
REQUIREMENTS
• Invisi II - 4.8/3L Concealed Cistern
• Mounting Brackets
• Inwall, Wall Hung Pan Bracket
• Tall Flush Pipe
• 19.7”/0.5m of Pneumatic Tube
• 3.5”/90mm Waste Pipe
• Pan Bracket Fixing Pack
• 3.5”/90mm Min Inwall Cavity Depth
• 15.75”/400mm Min - 16.5”/420mm Max
Cavity Width (e.g. between studs)
• 15/16” - 14NS-1 Water Connection
237 062 - Invisi II 4.8/3L Dual Flush Cistern - with Under Counter Wall Hung Pan Bracket
CONTENTS
REQUIREMENTS
• Invisi II - 4.8/3L Concealed Cistern
• Mounting Brackets
• Under Counter, Wall Hung Pan
• 33.5"/850mm Min Height to under counter
• 3.5”/90mm Min (Front Mount Button Panel)
• Short Flush Pipe
• 19.7”/0.5m of Pneumatic Tube
• 3.5”/90mm Waste Pipe
• Pan Bracket Fixing Pack
•
Bracket
•
3.9"/100mm Min (Top Mount Button Panel)
Inwall Cavity Depth
15.75”/400mm Min - 16.5”/420mm Max
Cavity Width (e.g. between studs)
15/16” - 14NS-1 Water Connection
Cistern Service Access Options
Inwall Access
This allows access to cistern internals through the button panel window.
Standard installation requires no change to product configuration.
An optional Remote Mounting Box Kit (refer to page 18) is required if using
Remote Button Panel and or extending the flush pipe .
Induct Access
This allows access to the whole cistern. Standard installation will require
Remote Mounting Box Kit (refer to page 18) for use with Remote Button
Panel.
In Ceiling Access
This allows access to the whole cistern or access to cistern internals through
the panel window depending on installation. Standard installation will require
Remote Mounting Box Kit (refer to page 18) for use with Remote Button
Panel.
Optional Top Access will require the access panel to be converted
(refer to page 19).
Under Counter Access
This allows access to cistern internals through the button panel window.
Standard installation requires no change to product configuration.
Optional Top Access will require the access panel to be converted
(refer to page 19).
Large Panel Access
This allows access to the whole cistern. Standard installation requires no
change to product configuration.
Custom Panel Access
This allows access to the whole cistern or access to cistern internals through
the panel window depending on installation.
An optional Remote Mounting Box Kit (refer to page 18) is required if using
Remote Button Panel and or extending the flush pipe.
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Button Service Access Options
Direct Panel Mounting
- Front
Direct Panel Mounting
- Top
Remote Panel Mounting
This is suitable for use with any of the
button panel kits.
This is suitable for use with any of the
button panel kits.
This is suitable for use with any of the button
panel kits.
Requires a 0.2” or 5mm minimum 1.8” or 45mm maximum wall thickness.
Requires a 0.2” or 5mm minimum 1.8” or 45mm maximum wall thickness.
Requires a 0.2” or 5mm minimum 1.8” or 45mm maximum wall thickness.
Access to the cistern internals is
provided through the panel window.
Access to the cistern internals is
provided through the panel window.
A Blanking Panel is required for inwall
access to cistern internals.
Remote Button Mounting
Care Button Panel
Large Button Panel
Access to the rear of the buttons must
be provided for servicing.
A Care Button Panel is available for use
in disabled applications.
Used in combination with Round Remote
Buttons allows access to the whole cistern.
Suitable for mounting through panels up
to 2.2” or 55mm thick.
A Blanking Panel is required for inwall
access to cistern internals.
Requires a 0.2” or 5mm minimum wall
thickness.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Inwall Access - stud wall
1. Check the DN 100 Soil Pipe is
centred between the studs - check
there is 15.75” - 16.5” (400 - 420 mm)
between the studs (17.7” or 450mm
nominal to stud centres).
4. Cut flush pipe if required and
chamfer the inside edge.
Note: “MAX” indicates the maximum
amount that the flush pipe can be
trimmed.
6. Screw cistern to studs via the 2 front,
top and bottom holes in each mounting
bracket making sure the water
connection fitting is on the left hand
side of cistern.
5. Lubricate ‘O’Ring on cistern tail using
7. Secure the flush pipe to the
Nogging utilising 2 of the screw holes
in the integrated flush pipe support.
2. Calculate the finished floor height
(allowing for floor gradings and tile
thickness, etc.) and add this to the
known height of the selected pan’s
inlet. Mark this resulting height on
the stud - This is your datum
and flush pipe centre line.
3. Fix Nogging 1” or 25mm below
datum.
soapy water and slide flush pipe on.
3.5” (90mm) Min.
Cavity Depth
0.2” (5mm) Min.
1.8”(45mm) Max.
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
Wall Thickness
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
8. Connect the water supply (15⁄16” 14NS-1).
Water Supply Connection
22.9” (582mm) Supplied
to centre of inlet
(adjustable from 16.2“ - 22.9”
or 412mm – 582mm)
1” (25mm)
- to top of flush pipe
support nogging
Datum
9. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
Nogging
ON
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
OFF
Dust Cover
Finished Floor Level
10. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
6
Recommended
setout for pan selected.
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
11. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Inwall Access - masonry wall
1. Check the DN 100 Soil Pipe is
centred to the hole built into the
masonry wall.
2. Make sure the hole for the flush
pipe is at the correct height. Calculate
the finished floor height (allowing for
floor gradings and tile thickness, etc.)
and add this to the known height of the
selected pan’s inlet. Mark this resulting
height on the wall - This is your
4. Cut flush pipe if required and
chamfer the inside edge.
Note: “MAX” indicates the maximum
amount that the flush pipe can be
trimmed.
6. Screw cistern to wall via the 2 front,
5. Lubricate ‘O’Ring on cistern tail using
7. Secure the flush pipe to the masonry
utilising 2 of the screw holes in the
integrated flush pipe support.
top and bottom holes in each mounting
bracket making sure the water
connection fitting is on the left hand
side of cistern.
datum and flush pipe centre
line.
3. Confirm size and positioning of
opening as shown is relative to your
datum. Allowance must be made for
finishing of the wall above the flush
pipe (refer to options on page 20.).
soapy water and slide flush pipe on.
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
NOTE:
3.5” (90mm) Min.
Cavity Depth
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
8. Connect the water supply (15⁄16” 14NS-1).
2.2”
(55mm)
ref
Water Supply Connection
18.5”
(470mm)
ref
22.9” (582mm) Supplied
to centre of inlet
32.3”
(820mm)
ref
(adjustable from 16.2“ - 22.9”
or 412mm – 582mm)
4.7” (120mm)
Datum
1” (25mm)
- to top of flush pipe
support masonry
3.9” (100mm) Min.
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
9. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
ON
OFF
Dust Cover
Finished Floor Level
10. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
11. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Induct Access
1. Calculate the finished floor height
(allowing for floor gradings and tile
thickness, etc.) and add this to the
known height of the selected pan’s
inlet. Mark this resulting height on
the wall - This is your datum
4. Cut flush pipe if required and
chamfer the inside edge.
Note: “MAX” indicates the maximum
amount that the flush pipe can be
trimmed.
6. Place the flush pipe through hole
and secure cistern to duct wall using 2
screws via holes provided in each of
the mounting brackets.
5. Lubricate ‘O’Ring on cistern tail
using soapy water and slide flush pipe
on so that it is protruding in the opposite
direction from that of the Service Access
Box.
7. Secure the flush pipe to the
Nogging utilising 2 of the screw holes
in the integrated flush pipe support.
and flush pipe centre line.
2. Drill a 51mm/2 inch minimum hole
for the flush pipe, ensuring it is centred
to your DN 100 Soil Pipe.
3. Fix a Nogging 1” or 25mm below
datum to the wall.
5.3” Max.
(135mm)
- with flush pipe
supplied
NOTE: For service duct
access install cistern with
flush pipe rotated 180° and
utilise the Remote Mounting Box
Kit for button installation.
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
Service Access Box
8. Connect the water supply (15⁄16” 14NS-1).
Water Supply Connection
22.9” (582mm)
Supplied to centre
of inlet (adjustable
from 16.2“ - 22.9”
or 412mm – 582mm)
1” (25mm)
- to top of
flush pipe
support
nogging
Datum
9. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
Nogging
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
ON
OFF
Dust Cover
Finished Floor Level
10. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
8
Recommended
setout for pan selected.
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
11. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
In Ceiling Access
1. Cistern can be a maximum height
of 3 metres above the known height of
the selected pan.
3. Fix Nogging 25mm below datum.
4. Utilising the Elevated Flush
Pipe Parts included in the Remote
Mounting Box Kit fabricate and
install flush pipe (refer to page 18).
Note: “MAX” indicates the maximum
amount that the flush pipe can be
trimmed.
2. Calculate the finished floor height
(allowing for floor gradings and tile
thickness, etc.) and add this to the
known height of the selected pan’s
inlet. Mark this resulting height on
the stud - This is your datum
and flush pipe centre line.
6. Screw cistern to studs via the 2 front,
top and bottom holes in each mounting
bracket making sure the water
connection fitting is on the left
hand side of cistern.
Note: Cistern may be installed on wall
face (refer to page 8 - Induct Access)
5. Lubricate ‘O’Ring on cistern tail
using soapy water and slide flush
pipe on.
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
1.8” (45mm)
- Water Supply
Connection
3.5” (90mm) Min.
7. Secure the flush pipe to the
Nogging utilising 2 of the screw holes
in the integrated flush pipe support.
Cavity Depth
Access Box converted
to top (refer to page 19)
Note: Access to ceiling
must be provided
Ceiling void
4 metres long (max.)
pneumatic tube
(Included with Remote
Mounting Box Kit, refer
to page 18)
3 metres Max
to centre of inlet.
8. Connect the water supply (15⁄16” 14NS-1).
0.2” (5mm) Min.
1.8”(45mm) Max.
Wall Thickness
Water Supply
Connection
Where ceiling
space is restricted,
the Invisi II can be
lowered into wall
cavity.
Centre Line Buttons
(with Remote
Mounting Kit)
9. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
Flush Pipe Extension Parts
(Included with Remote
Mounting Box Kit,
refer to page 18)
ON
37.4” (950mm)
Nogging
Recommended
(push button position)
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
OFF
Datum
1” (25mm)
- to top of flush pipe
support nogging
Dust Cover
Finished Floor Level
10. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
Recommended
setout for pan selected.
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
11. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Under Counter Access
1. Check the DN 100 Soil Pipe is
centred between the studs - check
there is 15.75” - 16.5” (400 - 420 mm)
between the studs (17.7” or 450mm
nominal to stud centres).
2. Calculate the finished floor height
(allowing for floor gradings and tile
thickness, etc.) and add this to the
known height of the selected pan’s
inlet. Mark this resulting height on
the stud - This is your datum
4. Cut flush pipe if required and
chamfer the inside edge.
Note: “MAX” indicates the maximum
amount that the flush pipe can be
trimmed.
and flush pipe centre line.
3. Fix Nogging 1” or 25mm below
datum.
Note: Where the Counter is at the
minimum height the flush pipe must
be trimmed to the “max” amount and
cistern installed with the top surface
of the Brackets hard up against the
underside of the counter top.
5. Lubricate ‘O’Ring on cistern tail using
soapy water and slide flush pipe on.
Access Box Conversion
to top (refer to Page 19)
1.8” (45mm) Max.
Top Mount Button
Panel & Access
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
Finished wall
2.2” (55mm) Min.
- to underside
of counter top
- from top of bench to top
of cistern for Top Mount
Button Installation
Front Mount Button
Panel & Access
6. Screw cistern to studs via the 2 front,
top and bottom holes in each mounting
bracket making sure the water
connection fitting is on the left hand
side of cistern (continue next page).
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
Basin
Upper
Noggin
Counter
Top
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
33.5” - 40.2” (850 - 1020mm)
- dependant on selected pan.
(add 2.6”/65mm for
Odourvac option
- only suitable for front
mount button installation)
22.9” (582mm)
Supplied to
centre of inlet
(adjustable from
16.2“ - 22.9” or
412mm – 582mm)
Datum
Nogging
1” (25mm)
- to top of flush pipe
support nogging
3.5” (90mm) Min. Cavity
- Front Mount Button Installation
3.9” (100mm) Min. Cavity
- Top Mount Button Installation
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
Finished Floor Level
Recommended
setout for pan selected.
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Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
Installing the Cistern - 237 060
Under Counter Access - continued
Water Supply Connection
ON
OFF
Dust Cover
7. Secure the flush pipe to the Nogging
8. Connect the water supply (15⁄16” 14NS-1).
utilising 2 of the screw holes in the
integrated flush pipe support.
9. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
10. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
11. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Custom Panel Access
The minimum front access requirements
for cistern removal are:
1. The design of the custom panel is
limited only by the designers
imagination.
7.7” (400mm)
2. Cistern must be mounted using the
attached Mounting Brackets. Refer
to appropriate installation method on
previous pages.
The minimum front access requirements
for servicing cistern internal are:
7.7” (195mm)
3.5”
(90mm)
The minimum top access requirements
for servicing cistern internal are:
3.9” (100mm) Min.
3.5”
(90mm)
20.5” (520mm)
4. Refer to page 18 for flush pipe
design guidelines.
7.7” (195mm)
6. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
2”
(50mm)
3. Allowances for access to at least the
cistern internals if not the entire cistern
must be incorporated into the design.
5. Check cistern and all joints for leaks..
Installing the Cistern - 237 061
Inwall Access
Datum B
Front edge of
3.5” (90mm)
Stud
3.5” (90mm) Min.
Cavity Depth
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
0.2” (5mm) Min.
1.8”(45mm) Max.
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
Wall Thickness
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
22.9” (582mm) Supplied
to centre of inlet
Stud Wall Installation
(for non-structural floor)
(adjustable from 16.2“ - 22.9”
or 412mm – 582mm)
Datum A
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's
waste outlet
Finished Floor Level
To achieve a minimum wall cavity of 3.5” or 90mm
the soil pipe must be accurately centralised.
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Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
Caroma Invisi 2 Integrated
Wall Hung Pan Bracket
Installing the Cistern - 237 061
Inwall Access - continued
1. Check the DN 100 Soil Pipe is
centred between the studs - check
there is 15.75” - 16.5” (400 - 420 mm)
between the studs (17.7” or 450mm
nominal to stud centres).
2. Calculate the finished floor height
(allowing for floor gradings and tile
thickness, etc.) and add this to the
known height of the selected pans
inlet. Mark this resulting height on the
stud - This is your “Datum A” and
5. Move Pan Bracket & Cistern Assembly
out of it’s installation position and drill the
4 holes in the floor as marked.
For Structural Flooring
Drill Ø0.5” or 12mm hole for use with M12
TRU Bolts supplied in pack.
For Non Structural Flooring
Drill to suit fixings used (fixings not
supplied). The vertical arms of the pan
bracket must also be bolted to side studs.
flush pipe centre line.
6. Lubricate the Waste Pipe with soap
and water and push into the soil pipe.
Carefully reposition Pan Bracket & Cistern
Assembly and secure with fixings.
Pipe Centre Line which is marked on
the Pan Bracket is at the correct height.
This should match the Datum A
previously established.
Use an allen key to adjust. Ensure
bolts are tightened after setting.
1
2
2 - 11” or 280mm
3 - 7” or 180mm
10. Screw the cistern in place using at
least 1 of the 2 holes provided in the top
of each mounting bracket. Make sure
the water connection fitting is on the left
hand side of cistern and cistern is flush
with wall.
Water Supply Connection
Datum A
3
1
9. Screw in threaded rods for
mounting the pan and lock in position
with nuts against the Front Plate. Three
hole spacings are accommodated to
suit the selected pan: 1 - 7.9” or 200mm
NOTE: When using a Large Panel,
fabricating full size Custom Panel
and or where adjustment of the
cistern height in relation to “Datum
A” is required refer to page 16.
3. Measure and ensure the Flush
3
11. Connect the water supply
(15⁄16” 14NS-1).
2
4
4. Place the Pan Bracket & Cistern
Assembly in position and mark out all 4
bolt locations in the bracket feet.
7. Slide the Waste Pipe up so the
centre line marked on the body is set at
the correct spacing from the flush pipe
“Datum A”.
“click”
NOTE: The front face of the Pan
Bracket should be flush with the
front face of the studs (“Datum B”)
& the DN 100 Soil Pipe should be
central in both the wall cavity and
between studs as well as being cut
flush with the floor.
ON
OFF
“click”
Dust Cover
12. Remove Dust Cover, turn Isolating
Tap ON, fill tank & set water level using
Adjusting Screw on the inlet valve.
8. Secure the Waste Pipe position by
firmly pushing the Waste Pipe Clips
outwards to latch on to the threaded rods.
13. Check cistern and all joints for
leaks.
14. Turn Isolating Tap OFF. Continue
with Preparation for Fitout on page 20.
Installing the Cistern - 237 061
Induct Access
Refer to pages 12 to 13 for installation
procedure.
NOTE: For Induct Structural Wall
installations the Invisi 2 cistern pack
237 060 in conjunction with the D788
Sanifix Bolt Through Wall Pan Bracket
(Code No. 687 788) is recommended,
as pictured adjacent.
5.3” (135mm) Max.with
supplied flush pipe.
Ensure at least 300mm
clearance above top of
cistern for service access.
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
Access box converted
to top (refer to page 19)
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
Waste Pipe Adjustment
Allows for the DN 100 Soil Pipe being
set back from the wall face up to 1” (25mm).
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
2
1
22.9” (582mm) Supplied
to centre of inlet
(adjustable from 16.2“ - 22.9”
or 412mm – 582mm)
Datum A
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's
waste outlet
WP Support
& Flange Nut
Assembly, use
as required.
Caroma Invisi 2 Integrated
Wall Hung Pan Bracket
Finished Floor Level
6.7” (170mm) max. from finished wall with the
Waste Pipe provided with this pack.
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Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
3
Installing the Cistern - 237 061
In Ceiling Access
Refer to page 16 for removing
the cistern from the pan bracket,
before referring to pages 12 to
13 for installation procedure.
Note: Service Access
to cistern must be
provided.
3.5” (90mm) Min.
Cavity Depth
Flush Pipe Extension Parts
(Included with Remote Mounting
Box Kit, refer to page 18)
0.2” (5mm) Min.
1.8”(45mm) Max.
Wall Thickness
4 metres long (max.) pneumatic tube
(Included with Remote
Mounting Box Kit, refer to page 18)
Centre Line Buttons
(with Remote Mounting Kit)
15.75” - 16.5”
(400mm – 420mm)
Stud Wall Installation
(for non-structural floor)
37.4” (950mm)
Recommended
(push button position)
Caroma Invisi 2
Integrated Wall
Hung Pan Bracket
Datum A
Height to centre of
the selected pan's inlet
Height to centre of the
selected pan's waste outlet
Finished Floor Level
To achieve a minimum wall cavity of 3.5” (90mm)
the soil pipe must be accurately centralised.
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
Installing the Cistern - 237 061
Where removal of the cistern may be required.
- When using a Large Panel or full size custom panel.
Locator
“snip”
“snip”
Metal Arm
Remove cistern from Pan Bracket using
a screw driver to lever the plastic tab out
of the hole in the Metal Arm, both sides.
Cut the hole in the metal arm so it is open
at the top. This ensures the plastic tab will
no longer lock in position.
Slide the cistern back into place ensuring
the Flush Pipe is correctly positioned on
the Pan Bracket.
Continue with installation.
Where adjustment of the cistern height is required.
Locator
Metal Arm
Remove cistern from Pan Bracket using
a screw driver to lever the plastic tab out
of the hole in the Metal Arm, both sides.
If the Height of the cistern is to be lowered,
cut the Flush Pipe and chamfer the inside
edge.
Cut the Metal Arms on the Pan Bracket as
low as possible.
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If the cistern height is to be raised then
Flush Pipe Extension Parts included in
the Remote Mounting Box Kit (refer to
page 18) are required.
Lubricate ‘O’ Ring on cistern tail using
soapy water & slide Flush Pipe on.
Ensure the Flush Pipe is correctly
positioned on the Pan Bracket.
Continue with installation.
Installing the Cistern - 237 062
Under Counter Access
Refer to pages 12 to 13 for installation
procedure.
Access box converted
to top (refer to page 19)
15.75” - 16.5”
Finished wall
1.8” (45mm) Max.
- from top of bench to top
of cistern for Top Mount
Button Installation
Top Mount Button
Panel & Access
(400mm – 420mm)
1.8” (45mm) - Water Supply Connection
2.2” (55mm) Min.
- to underside
of counter top
Basin
Counter Top
Front Mount Button
Panel & Access
0.2” (5mm) Min.
1.8” (45mm) Max.
Wall Thickness
Centre Line Buttons
(standard mounting)
22.9” (582mm)
Supplied
to centre of inlet
(adjustable from
16.2”-22.9”
(412-582mm))
3.5” (90mm) Min. Cavity
- Front Mount Button Installation
3.9” (100mm) Min. Cavity
- Top Mount Button Installation
33.5” (850mm) Min.
{ 36” (915mm) Min.
- Where utilising Odourvac option
(suitable for Front Mount Button
Installation only) }
Datum A
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's inlet
WP Support & Flange Nut
Assembly, use as required
(Refer to instruction supplied
separately).
Height to
centre of the
selected pan's
waste outlet
Finished Floor Level
Accurate positioning of the soil pipe
relative to studwork is essential.
To achieve a minimum under counter cavity of 3.5” (90mm)
the soil pipe must be accurately centralised.
The Bracket system is suitable for installation only where
non compressible wall materials are used.
Remote Mounting Box Kit - 237 006
Kit Includes
• Remote Mounting Box
• 2 x 4m Pneumatic Tubes
• Elevated Flush Pipe Parts
Remote Mounting Box
0.2” or 5mm min.
to 1.8” or 45mm max.
Wall lining thickness
The Remote Mounting Box has
been specifically designed in conjunction with and to facilitate
the installation of button panel
sets in remote Invisi II
installations.
For installation with
button panel sets
Remote Installation
Elevated Flush Pipe Parts
- for 3.5” or 90mm Cavity
- for 2.8” or 70mm Cavity
Breather Tube (supplied)
Example - Inceiling/Remote Installation
1.6” or 40mm
PVC DWV Pipe
Cut to length &
solvent weld
(not supplied)
Cistern Adaptor (supplied)
1.6” or
40mm PVC
DWV Pipe Cut
to length &
solvent weld
(not supplied)
Flush Pipe Adaptor
(supplied)
Flush Pipe
(with cistern)
1.6” or 40mm
90° PVC DWV
elbow
(not supplied)
1.6” or 40mm PVC DWV
Pipe Cut to length & solvent
weld (not supplied)
Kee Seal (supplied
with button pack)
3m Max.
Height.
Requires
the Elevated
Flush Pipe
Parts
& the
fabrication
of a 1.6” or
40mm PVC
DWV Pipe.
Breather
Tube Detail
4 metre Max.
Pneumatic
Hose length
Outlet Valve
Cistern
Base
Remote button panel
set installed utilising a
Remote Mounting Box
Minimum 5.9” (150mm)
0 - 45°
ONLY
Example - Offset/Remote Installation
18
Breather
Tube
NOTE:
All flush pipe offsets must
be run at 45°.
The inclusion of any
additional bends in the flush
pipe may have a negative
effect on the products
flushing performance.
Access Panel Variations
The Cistern is supplied standard with Front Access.
For conversion from Front to Top Access follow this procedure.
1
2
3
“click”
Front Cover
(supplied loose)
Top Cover
Access Box with
Dust Cover
Clips
“click”
clips
Slide the Top Panel back and off the lid.
(This panel will no longer be required).
There are clips at each end so the Top
Panel Should be carefully levered or
flexed to clear both clips.
Slide the Access Box up and off the lid.
There are clips at each end so the Top
Panel Should be carefully levered or
flexed to clear both clips.
Find the Front Panel supplied loose in the
pack (This panel is slightly larger than the
Top Panel). Slide the Front Panel onto the
lid ensuring it locks into position.
Slide the Access Box onto the lid ensuring
the overhang tab is to the rear of the cistern
and it locks into position.
The Panel and Access Box should lock
together neatly as shown.
Preparation for Fitout
Pneumatic Tube Connections
Firmly connect the pneumatic tube into the half and full flush positions.
Each tube should be inserted approx. 0.6” (16mm) until it hits a stop.
NOTE:
• 4.8/3L Cisterns are supplied with 19.7” (0.5m) length
pneumatic tube.
• Remote Mounting Box Kit is supplied with 2 x 4m
lengths of pneumatic tube.
• 4m lengths of pneumatic tube can be purchased
separately Part No. 237 702
Direct Panel Mounting
Cut Pneumatic Tube in half so you have 2 x 9.8” (0.25m) lengths. Attach the
tubes to the cistern as shown above. Tuck neatly back inside the Access
Window and clip the dust cover panel back into position. When finishing
the wall, clad and tile right up to the edge of the Access Window.
1
2
2
3
OR
OR
2
3
OR
OR
2
3
Remote Panel Mounting
Attach the tubes to the cistern as shown above. Break out tab in the
Top Panel or Dust Cover Panel to allow the Tubes to protrude and clip
back into position. Feed the 4m lengths of Pneumatic Tube through the
framework and out through the Mounting Box. Apply tape over end of
tubes to prevent any dirt from getting inside and tuck neatly back inside
the Mounting Box. When finishing the wall clad and tile right up to the
edge of the Access Window and or Remote Mounting Box.
1
Remote Button Mounting
Attach the tubes to the cistern as shown above. Break out tab in the Top
Panel or Dust Cover Panel to allow the Tubes to protrude and clip back
into position. Feed Pneumatic Tubes through the framework and out
through the Drilled Holes. Apply tape over end of tubes to prevent any
dirt from getting inside and tuck neatly back inside holes.
1
Large Button Panel
Attach the tubes to the cistern as shown above. Break out tab in the Top
Panel to allow the Tubes to protrude and clip the Dust Cover Panel back
into position. Trim the Access Window all around so it protrudes between
0.4” - 0.6” (10-15mm) from the front face of the Dust Cover Panel. Apply
tape over end of tubes to prevent any dirt from getting inside and tuck
neatly back inside the large Access Window.
1
Options for Finishing Around the Flush Pipe
1
cement or fibro sheet
2
render
3
Pan Bracket
Ensure the Wall Hung Pan Mounting Bolts, Flush Pipe and Waste Pipe
are all set to the correct height and spacing to suite the selected pan.
When finishing the wall clad and tile right up to the edge of these parts.
20
1
2
tile
Removing Internal Components through Access Window
1 - pre installation
1- with button panel
1- with blanking panel
Full Flush
Blanking Panel
Dust Cover
Panel Assembly
Panel Assembly
Face Plate
Face Plate
2
Ball Valve
Inlet Valve
3
4
Outlet
Valve
“squeeze”
Flexible Hose
Bridge
Assembly
Disconnect Flexible Hose from the Inlet
Valve and the Ball Valve.
5
Remove the Bridge Assembly by squeezing
tabs front and back to disengage from
locking tabs inside the tank.
6
Lift the Outlet Valve to disengage from
guide ribs in the base of the tank and lay
over on it’s side.
7
“click”
“click”
Inlet
Valve
Assembly
Lift tab and slide the Inlet Valve Bracket to
the left.
Rotate and remove the Inlet Valve.
Lift the Outlet Valve from the base of the
tank, roll forwards and rotate so the button
end comes out first.
NOTE: Reverse procedure to reassemble.
Servicing - Outlet Valve
Servicing Requirements
• Servicing is only required in instances where outlet valve operation is found to be faulty.
Troubleshooting Guide
• If Outlet Valve leaks
• If short flushing
► Inspect seal for damage and replace if necessary.
► Check pneumatic tubes are pushed into the bridge and buttons
• If any other issues arise
► Consult a plumber or Caroma After Sales Service.
Spare Parts Information
• Caroma Invisi II Outlet Valve compatible Spare Part Kits are:
237 072 Containing - 1 x Complete 4.8/3L Replacement Outlet Valve
237 070 Containing - Diaphragm Seal (10 Pack)
Refer to
- Maintenance & Spare Parts Instructions
Maintenance & Spare Parts Instructions
1
2
3
Seal
Ensure mains water is turned off and
remove Outlet Valve from cistern as
per the instructions on page 21.
22
Wash seal to remove any dirt and inspect
for damage. If necessary remove seal
and replace (Spare Part Kit 237 070).
Re-assemble complete Outlet Valve and
refit into cistern. Turn mains water back on,
wait for cistern to fill and test both buttons
to ensure they activate the outlet valve.
Servicing - Inlet Valve
Servicing Requirements
• Inlet Valve Seal may require periodic cleaning (dependant on water quality).
- procedure as defined below.
Troubleshooting Guide
• Inlet Valve is slow to fill OR fails to open
► Ensure tap is open.
• Inlet Valve fails to close ► Clean & inspect seal as described above, replace Cap Assembly
& Seal if damaged.
• If any other issues arise
► Consult a plumber or Caroma After Sales Service.
Spare Parts Information
• Caroma Invisi II Inlet Valve compatible Spare Part Kits are:
687 171Containing - 1 x Complete Unifill Inlet Valve
with bayonet connection
687 049Containing - 1 x Cap Assembly
- 1 x Seal
Refer to
Cap Assembly
Seal
- Maintenance & Spare Parts Instructions
Maintenance & Spare Parts Instructions
1
2a
2b
A
C
Inlet
Valve
A
Bracket
Ensure mains water is turned off and
remove Inlet Valve from cistern as per
the instructions on page 21.
3
To replace complete Inlet Valve:
rotate nut clockwise & pull to disconnect
it from the Bracket.
4
B
Cap
Assembly
Adjustment
Screw
To clean and inspect seal:
unclip the Adjustment Screw, rotate
clockwise & pull to remove cap assembly.
5
A
C
Helplines
B
D
Seal
Remove seal from Cap Assembly.
Wash seal to remove any dirt and inspect
for damage.
Replace seal onto cap assembly.
If necessary replace cap & Seal (Spare Part
Kit 687 049)
Push & rotate anti - clockwise to re-attach
cap assembly, re-clip Adjustment Screw and
refit into cistern.
Important Notices
Recommended Water Supply Pressure
Water Supply pressure minimum 4.35psi/30 kPa - Maximum 145psi/1000 kPa
Helplines
Caroma International
+61 3 9926 5477
USA
1800 605 4218
Caroma Industries Limited
ABN 35 000 189 499 Locked bag 20, Epping, NSW 2121, Australia
www.caromausa.com
Leaflet No.
237 560~A
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