Installation Instructions

Installation Instructions
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC MIXERS
Installation Instructions
ATM606 Models
ATM607 Models
ATM608
ATM611 Models
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Enware Australia Pty Limited
9 Endeavour Rd Caringbah NSW 2229 Australia
Ph: +61 2 8556 4000 Fax: +61 2 8556 4055
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING THE AQUABLEND
SQX - THE FIRST AUSTRALIAN MADE
THERMOSTATIC MIXER.
INTEGRATING THE LATEST IN AQUABLEND™
THERMOSTATIC TECHNOLOGY TO PROVIDE
SAFE DELIVERY OF HEATED WATER
TO INDIVIDUAL BASIN, SINK AND
SHOWER APPLICATIONS.
The Aquablend SQX™ range is designed for higher risk
environments such as hospitals or aged care facilities for
anti-scald protection and to reduce the risk of Legionella.
Locating the TMV at the outlet improves a facility’s ‘duty of care’
towards its users by reducing the risk of microbial or bacterial
growth within the plumbing supply lines. The Aquablend SQX™
outlets feature self-draining spouts for further safety.
WATER AND ENERGY SAVINGS
The innovative SQX™ sequential operation delivers energy
efficient water flow through a single radial movement. Flow
always begins with cold water, with the temperature increasing
through a 120º arc. Compared to most single lever mixers this
design reduces the wastage of hot and cold mixed water when
only cold is required with the added benefit of easier control
for users.
Available with WELS equivalent flow rates:
4 Star (6.8 lpm) or 5 Star (5.7 lpm) ratings.
EASY IN-SITU MAINTENANCE
The Aquablend SQX range of mixers come complete with
isolation valves, check valves and mesh strainers for both hot
and cold water supply, all located above the sink for ease of
service and maintenance.
PRODUCT FEATURES

Technically advanced
Aquablend™ Thermostatic
Cartridge provides personal
temperature control at the
‘Point of Use’

Compliant to AS4032.1

Sequential operation for
energy efficient flow and
temperature control

Cool to touch, non-conductive
technology in the mixer body
avoids the risk of skin burns

Colour indication on top
surface of handle for easy
identification

Easy to clean design

Serviceable in-situ

Fixed spout

Self draining spout design
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC MIXERS
CONTENTS
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS &
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
page 3
INSTALLATION COMPLIANCE
page 4
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
ATM606, ATM606L & ATM606D
page 5
ATM607, ATM607L & ATM607D
page 5
ATM608 & ATM608L
page 6
ATM611
page 8
HANDLE ASSEMBLY & POSITIONS
page 10
TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
page 11
SWIVEL SPOUT ADJUSTMENT NOTES
page 12
COMPONENTS & SPARE PARTS
ATM606, ATM606L & ATM606D
page 14
ATM607, ATM607L & ATM607D
page 15
ATM608 & ATM608L
page 16
ATM611
page 17
COMMISSIONING & IN-SERVICE TESTS
page 18
MAINTENANCE & SERVICING
page 19
TROUBLE SHOOTING
page 23
CARE & MAINTENANCE
page 24
WARRANTY
page 24
COMMISSIONING AND/OR
MAINTENANCE REPORT
page 25
PRODUCT DESCRIPTIONS
ATM606
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC BASIN MIXER
ATM606D
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC BASIN MIXER with EXTENDED LEVER HANDLE
ATM606L
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC BASIN MIXER with 100MM LEVER HANDLE
ATM607
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC SINK MIXER
ATM607D
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC SINK MIXER with EXTENDED LEVER HANDLE
ATM607L
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC SINK MIXER with 100MM LEVER HANDLE
ATM608
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC RECESSED WALL SHOWER MIXER
ATM608L
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC RECESSED WALL SHOWER MIXER with
100MM LEVER HANDLE
ATM611
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC EXPOSED WALL SURGEON MIXER
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Hot Temperature Supply Range
55°C - 85°C
Operating Thermostatic Temp. Range*
full cold - 45°C
Cold Temperature Supply Range
5°C - 25°C
Factory Set Thermostatic Temp. Range
39°C - 41°C
Adjustable Temperature
35°C - 45°C
Maximum Thermostatic Temperature
45°C
Operating Working Pressure
20 - 500* kPa
Minimum Flow Rate
2 L/minute
Maximum Outlet Pressure*
500 kPa
Maximum Flow Rate
15.5 L/minute
Permitted Supply Pressure Variation
10%
*In accordance with AS/NZ3500
Enware tapware and valves must be installed in accordance with the
provisions of AS/NZS 3500. Installations not complying with AS/NZS 3500
may void the product and performance warranty provisions.
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INSTALLATION COMPLIANCE
AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC MIXERS are
WaterMark approved to AS4032.1
1.1 INSTALLATION COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS
The ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX Thermostatic Mixers
should be installed using the appropriate Standard, Code of
Practice and legislation applicable to each state and following
the details outlined in this section. They must be installed by
a licensed plumber, or where applicable, a licensed plumber
who has undertaken T.A.F.E. training in Thermostatic Mixing
Valves.
Enware product’s must be installed in accordance with
AS/NZS 3500 – Plumbing and Drainage, the Plumbing Code
of Australia as well as imposed Local and State / Territory
Legislative requirements and the manufacturers instructions.
Prior to the installation of the valve, the system must be
checked to ensure that the system operating conditions fall
within the recommended operating range specified in the
Technical Information on page 3. If the valve is not installed
correctly then it will not function correctly and may put the
user in danger. It may also void the warranty of the valve.
WATER SERVICES
Note: To effectively control microbial hazards during system
design, installation, commissioning and maintenance, the
requirements outlined in AS/NZS3666 and local legislation
shall be adhered to.
To ensure that the Thermostatic mixer operates correctly
it is necessary that the pipework is thoroughly flushed
with clean water before it is installed as per AS/NZS
3500.1. This will remove any physical contaminants from
the pipework, ensuring trouble-free operation. During
the flushing procedure care should be taken to prevent
water damage occurring to the surrounding area.
Before proceeding with installation Ensure all operating
and dimensional specifications are suitable for the intended
installation.
Ensure all supply lines are flushed thoroughly to remove
debris prior to the installation of this product. Strainers (60
mesh) are recommended if debris is an ongoing problem.
A Pressure reduction valve may be required to comply with
recommended maximum supply pressure.
The following clauses must be observed for a compliant
installation and correct operation of Enware tapware:
Plumbing Code of Australia: Part B1 Cold Water Services
AS / NZS 3500.1-2003 Water Services;
• Section 1.6(a) Facilities for people with Disabilities
• Section 3.3.2 Pressure at outlets (min 50kPa)
• Section 3.3.4 Maximum pressure within buildings
(500kPa static)
• Section 3.4 Velocity Requirement (Max 3.0m/s)
• Section 16 Testing and Commissioning; Flushing,
Hydrostatic testing, cleaning and disinfection of
water services.
HEATED WATER SERVICES
Plumbing Code of Australia: Part B2 Heated Water Services
AS / NZS 3500.4-2003 Heated Water Services;
• Section 1.9 Water Temperature
1.9.1 Storage Temperature
1.9.2 Sanitary fixtures delivery temperature
1.9.3 Acceptable solutions for control of delivery
temperatures
• Section 10 Heated Water Services for People
with Disabilities
• Section 11 Testing and Commissioning
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ATM606 ATM607
1. Isolate water supply before commencing installation.
2. Remove Hob Fixing nut from Basin Mount and feed Basin
Hob through basin/sink hole. Ensure sealing washer is in
position between Basin Hob and Basin/sink top. IMAGE 1
3. From the underside of the basin/sink, place lower O-ring
seal over Basin Mount threaded end and then carefully
thread on Hob fixing nut. Use the 38mm socket to tighten
and secure Basin Hob the basin/sink. IMAGE 2
Note: Over tightening Hob Mount fixing nut may cause
ceramic basins to crack.
4. Thread each flexi-hose into the base of the Basin hob.
Ensure the COLD (Blue) hose is connected to the side
marked ‘C’ or side with a ‘Blue’ label and the HOT (Red)
hose into the side marked ’H’ or ‘Red’ label. IMAGE 4
IMAGE 1
IMAGE 2
Hand tighten until flexi-hose comes to a firm stop and do
not over tighten as hose may kink.
5. Connect the SPEX hoses to the water supply outlets
making sure that the hot water supply is connected to the
hot water hose.
NOTE: It is a requirement of AS/NZS:3500 that the
SPEX hoses are connected directly to isolation valves
installed at this position.
6. Using a small flat screw driver or Allen Key, ensure both
Isolation Valves within the SQX mixer are turned off with
their slot in the vertical position. IMAGE 5
Turn the hot and cold water supplies on and check for
leaks. If leaks appear around the base of SQX mixer or
near Isolation valves please contact Enware.
IMAGE 3
IMAGE 4
Refer to Instruction Procedure Step 4 for correct assembly of flexi hoses to suit each model*
7. Loosely fit handle over SQX cartridge spline and ensure
mixer is in full ‘OPEN’ position by rotating anti clockwise
(see IMAGE 25 on page 10 for correct handle positions).
IMAGE 6
Open both hot and cold side isolation valves separately
by rotating clockwise 90 degrees and check for leaks.
IMAGE 7
If leaking refer to Troubleshooting Section on page 21 for
possible causes and rectification or contact Enware.
8. While the mixer is running, rotate handle in a clockwise
motion and test water temperature from the outlet to
ensure the water temperature changes with the motion of
the handle. IMAGE 8
IMAGE 5
Ensure both isolation valves are off
IMAGE 6
Fit handle and turn anti clockwise to open
9. Continue to turn handle in clockwise motion to a full
CLOSED position and test for leaks while the mixer is
closed and pressurised IMAGE 7 and (see IMAGE 25 on
page 10).
10. Commission mixer as per page 16 and complete the
commissioning report pages 23-24.
Note: Isolation Valves can be accessed via the front
recess on Mixer body. When tested for leaks and
calibrated, use SQX Isolation Cover to cover the valves
from tampering see IMAGE 33/34/35 on page 17.
IMAGE 7
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ATM608
1.Isolate water supply before commencing installation.
Ensure plumbing lines are flushed prior to installation as
debris in cartridge will void warranty.
20mm ADJUSTMENT
TO FINISHED WALL DEPTH
80 MAX.
2. Secure the Shower Box to the internal cavity within the
wall. The Shower Box can be fixed to a masonry wall
or wall frame by using the fixing lugs on the side of
the box and four screws suitable for the fixing method.
When mounting the Shower Box on the wall, take note
of the dimensions shown so that the noggin is correctly
positioned and takes account of the thickness of the
finished wall. IMAGE 9
The plastic box is designed to be cut down smaller than
what is supplied. The mixer must be installed with the 2
inlets in the horizontal plane to ensure the handle points
downwards. IMAGE 10. It is possible to install the handle
facing the opposite direction if desired.
60 MIN>
1/2"BSP
INLET CONNECTION
IMAGE 9
Fixing
Lugs
Note: Hot and Cold water supply should use No.62 or
No .63 flared union connectors to connect to water inlets
and outlets of shower box.
Outlet
Cold Inlet
Hot Inlet
3. Connect water supply pipework to the hot and cold inlets.
Connect the shower outlet to the riser leading to shower
rose. IMAGE 10
NOTE: The mixer body has ‘H’ and ‘C’ markings to indicate
the appropriate supply required to each side of the mixer.
No heat should be applied to the inlets and outlet of the
mixer as this will result in damage to the cartridge and
void the warranty.
4 Ensure the isolation valves are closed prior to turning on
Hot and Cold Water supplies. The Isolation Valve spindle
has a slot within its head which should be in a vertical
position when closed.
Isolation
Valves
IMAGE 10
Open
Isolation
Valves
5. Loosely place handle on spline of mixer cartridge and
ensure the mixer is in its Full ‘OPEN’ position by rotating
the handle Anti-clockwise until it comes to a firm stop.
(see IMAGE 25 on page 10 for correct handle positions).
6. Turn on Hot and Cold water supply and test for leaks within
the pipework connection and Isolation Valves. Open the
Hot and Cold Isolation Valves by using a suitable allen
key or flat head screw driver and rotating the isolation
spindles 90 degrees. With the handle in the full “Open’
position, test functionality of shower system. If leaks
appear see Troubleshooting Section following or contact
Enware. IMAGE 11
Fit handle & turn anti clockwise to open
IMAGE11
Note: Do not high pressure test the supply system, as this
may damage the thermostatic cartridge (Max 500KPa)
7. Turn handle in a clockwise motion again to ‘Close’ the
mixer. Close both the Hot and Cold isolation valves and
turn off both water supplies until finishing trades are
completed.
8. After bathroom finishing trades are complete, trim the
Shower box to the finished wall depth using a sharp utility
knife. IMAGE 12
Cut box to finished wall
IMAGE 12
IMAGE 12
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ATM608
9. Repeat Step 5 and 6 again to ensure system is still
functional. Turn handle in a clockwise motion again to
‘Close’ the mixer and remove handle. IMAGE 13
10. Place the Cover plate over the mixer and push firmly
against the wall. Secure in place using the 4 allen key
Fixing screws provided. IMAGE 14
11. Slide the SQX Dress Ring over Chrome dress Sleeve until
it comes to rest onto face plate. IMAGE 15
12.With the mixer in the ‘OFF’ position (see IMAGE 25 on
page 10 for correct handle positions); place handle onto
the cartridge spline so that the handle facing down. With
the lever pin screw, insert into handle and tighten to
secure the handle. IMAGE 16
IMAGE 13
IMAGE 14
IMAGE 15
IMAGE 16
13.Turn mixer on and test operation. Commission mixer
using procedure on page 16.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ATM611
TOOLS REQUIRED: Supplied service socket and allen keys,
flat head screwdriver, thread seal tape or equivalent.
150m
m
1.Ensure 1/2” Male hot and cold water supply outlets are
positioned 150mm +/-30mm apart and at a desired height
and location above the basin/sink. IMAGE 17A
NOTE Hot supply should be on left when facing the wall
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m
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IMAGE 17A Cut 1/2” outlets to 15mm off final finish wall
IMAGE 17B Separate wall bases, flange and iso
connector from the assembly
2.Separate wall bases, flange and Iso Connector from
assembly. IMAGE 17B
NOTE SQX Iso Wall Connector bases are off-set to
provide +/- 30mm of rotational adjustment so levelling
off to wall is required.
3.Apply thread tape to the male threaded outlets. IMAGE 17C
Thread the SQX wall bases on to the male threaded outlets.
IMAGE 17D.
IMAGE 17C Use
thread tape for water tightness and for positioning
4.With the use of a spirit level and tape measure, you
are required to:
• Position the back of the bases within 3mm of the
finished wall and;
• Ensure the bases are level and;
• Achieve 150mm centre to centre of the walls.
IMAGE 17E
Note: Use thread tape only to ensure bases stay in
required position and are water tight.
Screw base on to inlet thread. Use tool supplied to assist.
Do not tighten - leave a finger distance between base and wall for
adjustment in the next step..
IMAGE 17D
IMAGE 17E Use
spirit level and measure to position the bases
approximately 3mm from the wall, 150mm centre to centre and level
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE ATM611
5.Screw the SQX Iso Connectors and Flanges on to the wall
bases, making sure the flanges screw all the way back to
the finished wall. IMAGE 18
IMAGE 18 Offset connectors will change in height and
width as they thread around outlets
6.Place SQX Wall Tap body up to SQX Iso Wall Connectors
and test each conenctor’s position. IMAGE 19
7.Turn on both hot and cold water supplies and test water
tightness of wall connectors. Check for leaks around base
of SQX Iso Wall Connector and between part joints - if leaks
appear repeat steps 2 - 4 on page 8. Central connector
may move out slightly as unit pressurizes. This central
connector can be rotated using an Allen key to provide
more suitable access to isolation valve when installed.
IMAGE 19 Check positioning now, and go back and adjust if required.
IMAGE 20
Flush lines before attaching mixer
8.Using a small flat screw driver, slowly open the Isolation
valve on each SQX Iso Wall Connectors to flush debris for
pipework. After flushing, close isolation valves again prior
to installing SQX Wall Tap Body. IMAGE 20
9.Firmly push SQX Wall Tap Body onto SQX Iso Wall
Connectors and secure into position using M5 hex locking
screws positioned both on top and bottom of connector.
IMAGE 21
NOTE SQX Wall Tap Body has a ‘RED’ sticker positioned
on the ‘HOT’ inlet side of the tap, Ensure HOT feed line is
connected to this side of the body. Remove sticker when
in position.
10. Ensure handle is in an OPEN Position (see IMAGE 25 on
page 10 for correct handle positions) then open both hot
and cold side isolation valves. Turn on each water supply
separately and check for leaks. If leaking, check sealing
O-rings on SQX Iso Wall connectors and repeat step 7
above.
IMAGE 21 Fit handle and turn anti clockwise to open
11. Turn mixer on and test operation. Commission mixer as
per instructions on page 16.
NOTE Handle rotates anti-clockwise to operate the mixer
drawing cold water first.
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HANDLE ASSEMBLY & POSITIONING
The short Lever handle or the extended lever handle will
be found packed in a separate box contained within the
overall product package with all necessary assembly
tools for each mixer model.
1. Take the Spline Connector out of the plastic bag found
within the handle box and screw it onto the SQX cartridge
spline until it comes to a firm stop.
2. Loosely place the handle over the SQX cartridge spline
and rotate handle in a clockwise motion to fully close the
mixer and determine the ‘OFF’ position. See IMAGE 25
below for correct handle positions
IMAGE 23 A/B
3. Carefully lift the handle off the spline in its ‘OFF’ position
and align the short handle lever to the front centre location
or the extended lever so the 2 temperature colour indices
are symmetrical to the center of the spout. IMAGES 23 &
24
4. Take the Handle Locking Pin (found within the clear plastic
bag within the handle box), and insert into the back of the
handle to secure it to the mixer. Use the allen key to tighten
Handle locking pin. IMAGES 24
If handle is loose or rocks after this process, remove
handle and repeat steps 1-4 above again after you have
wound the up Spline connector enough so it provides a
tight fit with the Handle Locking pin.
IMAGE 24 A/B
120° ROTATION AND
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
AS SET BY INSTALLER (35-46°C)
CLOSED (OFF) LIMIT Limiting ring to be installed on
cartridge during assembly, after closing the spindle to 2.0Nm.
Not intended to be removed or adjusted once factory set.
TEMPERATURE OF MIXED
WATER INCREASES
UPPER TEMPERATURE LIMIT Limiting ring to be installed
on cartridge during assembly to limit allowable upper
temperature to 45ºC - as per AS 3500.4.
CONTINUED TURNING
ADJUSTS TEMPERATURE
RANGE OF MOVEMENT The spindle rotates from CLOSED
to the Factory Set temperature (39º - 41ºC) through an angle
of approx 120º - 160º.
INSTALLATION TORQUE Cartridge must be assembled
into tapware using suitable tooling that applies a torque not
exceeding 10Nm to the hexagonal flats on the brass cap
ONLY.
MAXIMUM FLOW RATE IS REACHED
FLOW VOLUME INCREASES
OFF
POSITION
TURN HANDLE TO ACTIVATE
AMBIENT (COLD) WATER FLOW
IMAGE 25A/B/C Anti-clockwise rotation of spindle from closed position - adjustment
sequence. (SLM606, SLM606D, SLM608 clockwise from above)
120° ROTATION AND
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
AS SET BY INSTALLER (35-46°C)
120° ROTATION AND MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE
AS SET BY INSTALLER (35-46°C)
TEMPERATURE OF MIXED
WATER INCREASES
TEMPERATURE OF MIXED
WATER INCREASES
R 200mm
CONTINUED TURNING
ADJUSTS TEMPERATURE
MAXIMUM FLOW RATE IS REACHED
MAXIMUM FLOW RATE
IS REACHED - CONTINUED
TURNING ADJUSTS TEMPERATURE
FLOW VOLUME INCREASES
140
FLOW VOLUME INCREASES
N
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AMBIENT (COLD) WATER FLOW
OF
OFF
POSITION
TURN HANDLE TO ACTIVATE
AMBIENT (COLD) WATER FLOW
HANDLE REACH IS 200mm
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TEMPERATURE ADJUSTMENT
The ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX Thermostatic Mixers are
supplied factory set at a maximum of 41ºC +/- 2ºC. To alter
this temperature adopt the following procedure:
Note: Changing the maximum set temperature will
change the amount of rotation of the handle. Increasing
the temperature will mean extra rotation, while decreasing
the temperature will result in less rotation.
1 Ensure the mixer is in the ‘OFF’ position (refer to IMAGE
25 on page 10) Using a 3mm Allen Key, remove the
Handle locking pin and lift the handle vertically off the
mixer Cartridge (refer to IMAGES 26 and 27).
IMAGE 26
IMAGE 27
IMAGE 28
IMAGE 29
IMAGE 30
IMAGE 31
2 With the top of the mixer and cartridge now exposed,
remove the upper temperature ring away from the
cartridge spline IMAGE 28 - take care not to remove the
lower temperature ring. Loosely re-fit the handle in the
‘OFF’ position IMAGE 29
3 Turn the tap on and check the temperature of the water with
a hand held digital thermometer. With the thermometer
gauge held within the flow stream, continue to move
the handle until the desired (Maximum) temperature is
achieved.
4 Once this desired temperature is achieved, remove the
handle without changing the spindle’s position. Re-fit
the upper Temperature cam so the lug can form a stop
against the brass shoulder on the cartridge - IMAGE 30.
5 Loosely re-fit handle and turn to ‘OFF’ position. Re-fit
handle in its correct ‘off ‘ position orientation as seen in
IMAGE 25 on page 10.
6 Secure Handle again using the handle locking pin and
3mm Allen Key - IMAGE 31
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SWIVEL SPOUT ASSEMBLY NOTES ATM611 / ATM607
LOCKING THE SPOUT IN A FIXED POSITION
The ATM607 and ATM611 models come assembled with
the Spout in a Swivel orientation where it can be rotated
120 degrees over the basin.
To fix the spout in the straight position:
1Rotate the spout so it is positioned straight out over
the basin. IMAGE 32 & 33
2Tighten the M5 grub screw located on the back of the
Swivel spout so it can engage within the location groove
provided. Wind in the grub screw until it comes to a light
stop and the head of the grub screw is close to level with
the surface of the swivel spout. IMAGE 34
IMAGE 32
IMAGE 33
IMAGE 34
IMAGE 35
Note: the spout might be required to be rotated a little
while winding in the grub screw to find the correct
central location groove.
CAREFUL: Do not over tighten grub screw as it can
cause the spout to leak.
3 Use the 1.5mm allen key to loosen the 2x M3 grub screws
located on the spout locking nut. IMAGE 35
4 Using the SQX prong tool tighten the Spout locking nut to
further secure the swivel spout. IMAGE 36
5Use the 1.5mm allen key to again tighten both M3 grub
screws and test the spout is centrally located and secure.
IMAGE 37
6Test operation and check for leaks. If leaks occur around
the spout, loosen off M5 grub screw slightly.
IMAGE 36
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SWIVEL SPOUT ASSEMBLY NOTES ATM611 / ATM607
CHANGING THE SEALING ORINGS & SWIVEL BUSHES
The Swivel spout orings and swivel bushes can be checked/
replaced without isolating the hot and cold water supplies.
Ensure the mixer is turned off (see IMAGE 25 on page 9).
With the handle fully rotated to the clockwise direction.
Remove handle by unscrewing the locking pin and carefully
lift without rotating the mixers spline.
Once the handle is removed, leave to one side .
1 Use the 1.5mm allen key and loosen the 2 x M3 grub
screws located on the Spout Locking nut. IMAGE 38
IMAGE 38
IMAGE 39
IMAGE 40
IMAGE 41
2 Unwind the Spout locking nut and remove from Cartridge.
IMAGE 39
3 Remove the M5 grub screw located on the back surface
of the Swivel spout and lift spout up, off mixer body.
IMAGE 40
4 Inspect Orings and bushes for debris/damage. To remove,
carefully slide bush up off the mixer body. IMAGE 41
5 Remove both orings from the mixer body and slide off the
lower bush. IMAGE 42
6 Re-install a new Swivel Bush first and carefully slide it
over the mixer body until it come to rest at the base of the
swivel spouts mounting area. IMAGE 43 & 44
7 Re-install 2 x new orings and the upper bush. Ensure the
upper bush comes to rest on the top oring and sit below
the swivel spout rotation groove. IMAGE 45
8 Grease orings and swivel bushes. Reinstall swivel spout
by carefully pushing it firmly over the mixer body.
9 Thread on the Swivel spout locking nut until it comes to
rest against the spout and secure in position by tightening
the 2 x M3 grub screws.
10 Assembly the handle and test operation for leaks.
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COMPONENTS & SPARE PARTS ATM606 MODELS
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7
11
4
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Description
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ATMS600
Aquablend SQX Cartridge Replacement
1
ATMS601
O-Ring Kit SQX Basin/Sink Models
3
ATMS603
Aerator and Key SQX 8lpm
4
ATMS604
Cover SQX Isolation Valve
5
ATMS605
Inlet Strainer x2 SQX Basin/Sink Models
7
ATMS607
Connector Inlet SQX Basin/Sink - Hot
8
ATMS608
Connector Inlet SQX Basin/Sink - Cold
9
ATMS609
Dress Ring SQX Basin Model Only
10
ATMS610
Fixing Kit SQX Basin/Sink Models
11
ATMS611
Hose 1/2”BSP x M10 350mm Long H&C
12
ATMS612
SQX Check Valve 10mm x2
13
ATMS613
Indicator Kit - SQX Short Handle
14
ATMS614
Indicator Kit - SQX Extended Handle
15
ATMS615
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Short Handle
16
ATMS616
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Extended Handle
17
ATMS617
Fixing Nut Kit - Basin Model
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COMPONENTS & SPARE PARTS ATM607 MODELS
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15
14
16
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2
18
3
7
11
4
12
8
5
1
10
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Order Code
Description
0
ATMS600
Aquablend SQX Cartridge Replacement
1
ATMS601
O-Ring Kit SQX Basin/Sink Models
3
ATMS603
Aerator and Key SQX 8lpm
4
ATMS604
Cover SQX Isolation Valve
5
ATMS605
Inlet Strainer x2 SQX Basin/Sink Models
7
ATMS607
Connector Inlet SQX Basin/Sink - Hot
8
ATMS608
Connector Inlet SQX Basin/Sink - Cold
10
ATMS610
Fixing Kit SQX Basin/Sink Models
11
ATMS611
Hose 1/2”BSP x M10 350mm Long H&C
12
ATMS612
SQX Check Valve 10mm x2
13
ATMS613
Indicator Kit - SQX Short Handle
14
ATMS614
Indicator Kit - SQX Extended Handle
15
ATMS615
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Short Handle
16
ATMS616
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Extended Handle
17
ATMS618
Fixing Nut Kit - Sink Model
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22
20
21
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19
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Description
0
ATMS600
Aquablend SQX Cartridge Replacement
12
ATMS612
SQX Check Valve 10mm x2
13
ATMS613
Indicator Kit - SQX Short Handle
15
ATMS615
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Short Handle
19
ATMS680
Plate Fixing Screw Kit x4 - SQX Shower Model
20
ATMS687
Dress Ring and Wall Flange SQX - Shower Model
21
ATMS682
Inlet with Ball Valve Assembly - Shower Model
22
ATMS683
Strainer x2 - Shower Model
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16
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28
25
23
26
24
3
27
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Order Code
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ATMS600
Description
Aquablend SQX Cartridge Replacement
2
ATMS602
O-Ring Kit SQX Swivel Spout
3
ATMS603
Aerator and Key SQX 8lpm
14
ATMS614
Indicator Kit - SQX Extended Handle
16
ATMS616
SQX Handle Complete Assembly - Extended Handle
23
ATMS690
Cap Body SQX Surgeon Model
24
ATMS691
Inlet Pipe Heat Shield - SQX Surgeon Model
25
ATMS692
Wall Flange Connect Offset with Ball Valve
26
ATMS693
Strainer with Check Valve x2 - SQX Surgeon Model
27
ATMS694
Heat Shield Strainer Body Assembly SQX Surgeon Model
28
ATMS696
O-Ring Kit for Wall Flange - SQX Surgeon Model
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COMMISSIONING & IN-SERVICE TESTS
Since the installed supply conditions are likely to be different from those applied in the laboratory tests it is appropriate,
at commissioning, to carry out simple checks and tests on each mixer to provide a performance reference point for future
in-service tests.
In all cases the following must be checked to ensure the correct performance of the thermostatic mixer:
• the designation of the thermostatic tap matched the intended application.
• the supply pressures and temperatures are within the range of operating pressures and temperatures for the designation
of the valve.
• the supply temperatures are within the range permitted for the tap and by guidance information on the prevention of
Legionella etc.
It is important to record the testing done during the commissioning and also to record the temperature of the hot and cold water
supplies and the temperature of the mixed water at the full hot setting.
Upon completion of the installation, the valve should be tested & commissioned as per the procedure outlined below or as
specified by the local authority. The entire procedure should be read through thoroughly prior to the commissioning of the
valve. A calibrated digital thermometer having rapid response time with maximum temperature hold will be required to check
& set the outlet mixed temperature of the mixer.
To test the temperature, open the valve and allow the mixed heated water to flow for at least 60 seconds so the temperature
can stabilise before taking a temperature reading at the outlet with a digital thermometer. The flow rate should be at least
2L/min.
The temperature should be taken close to the mixer’s outlet and if the outlet temperature requires adjustment then follow the
Temperature Adjustment steps outlined on page 11.
SHUT DOWN TEST
IN SERVICE TESTING
Once the correct outlet temperature has been achieved,
the valves internal mechanism should be exercised at least
3 times by alternately shutting off the hot and cold supplies
while the mixer is set in the full hot position. This can be done
at the outlet using the mixers separate Hot and Cold isolation
Valves. This will cause the piston inside the cartridge to travel
its full stroke and ensure that it is moving freely so the valve
can operate correctly.
Enware Australia recommends that Thermostatic Mixing
Valves have monthly temperature checks and adjustments as
needed during the life of the valves.
TEST 1 - Open the mixer to the full hot position and with
both supplies turned fully on and at systems temperatures,.
Allow the mixed water temperature to stabilise and note the
outlet temperature. While holding a digital thermometer in
the outlet flow, quickly isolate the cold water supply to the
valve. The outlet flow should quickly cease flowing. As a rule
of thumb the flow should be less than 0.1L/min following the
isolation. The temperature should not exceed that allowed
by the applicable standard or code of practice for each state.
Restore the cold water supply to the valve. After the mixed
water temperature has stabilised note the outlet temperature
ensuring the outlet temperature has re established.
TEST 2 - Repeat the above test, except this time quickly
isolate the hot water supply to the valve. The outlet flow
should quickly slow to a trickle. As a rule of thumb the trickle
should typically be less than 0.4L/min@500kPa down to less
than 0.1L/min@100kPa following the isolation. Restore the
hot water supply to the valve and measure and record the
outlet temperature after the mixed water temperature has
stabilised ensuring the outlet temperature has re established.
Ensure that all details of the Commissioning Report (Page 23)
are completed and signed by the relevant signatories, and a
copy is kept with the installer and owner of the premises.
The valve is now commissioned and it can be used within the
technical limits of operation.
The purpose of the in-service tests is to regularly monitor and
record the performance of the thermostatic taps. Deterioration
in performance can indicate the need for service work on the
valve and/or the water supplies.
Testing procedure:
Using the same measuring equipment or equipment to the
same specification as used in the commissioning of the valve,
carry out the following sequence:
1 Record the temperature of the mixed water outlet.
2 Isolate the cold water supply to the tap to witness the flow
slow to a slight drip.
3 Isolate the hot water supply to the tap to witness the flow
slow to slight drip.
If the mixed water temperature has changed +/- 2ºC from the
previous test results, then this could indicate the need for the
tap to be serviced.
ATM606/607
ISOLATION
COVER FITTING
Once commissioning of
mixer is complete, insert the
Chromed plastic isolation
cover by firmly pressing it
within the Isolation Access
Cavity within the Basin Body
to ensure isolation valves
are not tampered with after
commissioning - IMAGE 32
IMAGE 32
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MAINTENANCE
The ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX Thermostatic Mixing Valve will only require minimal preventative maintenance work to
ensure it operates at its optimum level of performance. The valve should be commissioned and serviced annually, unless the
installed conditions dictate more frequent servicing is necessary.
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
Every 12 months the ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX
thermostatic Mixer should be inspected & tested. The valve
should be given a light wipe down of the external surface.
The valve & surrounding area should be inspected for leaks or
water damage and appropriate action taken if required.
Ensure a clean dry work area is available. Firstly isolate the hot
and cold supplies to the AQUABLEND SQX THERMOSTATIC
mixing valve by closing the inlet ball valves found at the base
of the mixer. During the annual service the SQX Check valve/
mesh strainer assemblies need to be removed and cleaned,
as directed in Section 1 below. CLean the lower section of the
thermostatic cartridge as directed in section 1 below.
A thermal shut down test is performed and the temperature is
reset as required. If the valve fails to shut down or fails to
maintain its set temperature then refer to Troubleshooting
section on page 21 (#2).
FIVE YEAR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE
Every five years the ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX
thermostatic Mixer needs to have a full service carried out.
This service consists of the same procedure as the ‘Annual
maintenance procedure’ listed above plus the AQUABLEND
SQX THERMOSTATIC mixer Cartridge must be replaced, as
directed in the section below - Servicing the Mixer.
After replacing the thermostatic mixer Cartridge, a thermal
shut down test is performed and the temperature re set as
required. If the valve fails to shut down or fails to maintain its
set temperature then refer to Troubleshooting section on page
21 (#2).
Once the 5 yearly maintenance procedure is complete, the
ENWARE AQUABLEND SQX thermostatic Mixer should then
be commissioned as per instructions on page 16.
SERVICING THE MIXER
Prior to servicing the mixer, turn off both the hot and cold
water supply via the Isolation valve found at the base of the
mixer.
1. SQX THERMOSTATIC CARTRIDGE - ALL MODELS
Ensure both the Hot and Cold water supplies have been
isolated by turning both Isolation valves 90 degrees into their
‘OFF’ position - see IMAGES 33, 34 and 35. Open the mixer
to ensure water supplies have been isolated correctly and no
water flows from the outlet prior to servicing mixer.
IMAGE 33 ATM606/607 ISOLATION VALVE
IMAGE 34 ATM608 ISOLATION VALVE
Remove handle by unscrewing the allen key locking pin
on the side of the handle. Once the locking pin is removed,
carefully lift the handle straight up out of position off the
cartridge spline - IMAGE 23 and 24. Using a spanner or
deep socket on the brass headwork, turn the cartridge in
the counter clockwise fashion until it reached the end of its
threads and then pull it out of the mixer body - IMAGE 36
and 37.
IMAGE 36
IMAGE 37
IMAGE 35 ATM611 ISOLATION VALVE
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SERVICING THE MIXER
Remove the lower cartridge by hand and clean all components
thoroughly. Inspect components for damage. If components
are damaged, the valve must be replaced.
Reassemble the cartridge taking care to place all components
in their correct place and orientation (refer to exploded image
below). The lower cartridge must be tightened to a torque of
1.2Nm +/-0.2Nm.
The cleaned cartridge (or a new cartridge, if this is required)
can now be re-installed, by screwing into the mixer body
until it reaches a firm stop. Re-fit the handle as per instructions
on page 10 (see IMAGE 25 on page 10 for correct handle
positions) and re-commission the mixer as detailed on page 16
3. STRAINERS, CHECK VALVES AND HOB MOUNT
O-RINGS - ATM 606/607 MODELS
Ensure both the Hot and Cold water supplies have been
isolated by turning both Isolation valves 90 degrees into their
‘OFF’ position - refer to IMAGES 33,34,35 (page 17). Open the
mixer to ensure water supplies have been isolated correctly
and no water flows from the outlet prior to servicing mixer.
Remove basin Body as per instructed in images 38 and 39.
Using an M6 allen key, unscrew the hot and cold inlet fittings
to gain access to the internal cavities within basin mount IMAGE 40. Once Removed check sealing O-rings for damage
or debris and replace if needed.
Hot Inlet Fitting and Cold Inlet
Fittings should be installed on
different sides of Hob Mount
between ATM606 and ATM607
Models - See page 5 for
location details
IMAGE 37A Exploded view of lower half of cartridge >
Cold Side Inlet Fitting
Hot Side Inlet fitting
2. REMOVING MIXER BODY FROM BASIN HOB
ATM606/607 MODELS
Ensure both the Hot and Cold water supplies have been
isolated by turning both Isolation valves 90 degrees into their
‘OFF’ position - refer to IMAGES 33-35 on page 17. Open the
mixer to ensure water supplies have been isolated correctly
and no water flows from the outlet prior to servicing mixer.
Using a small allen key or screw driver, carefully pry out the
Plastic Chromed Isolation Cover by levering the end of the
allen key within the small cut outs found is each side of the
cover. Please be careful not to damage the chrome surface
on the mixer body.
The SQX ATM606 strainers and check valves can be found
within the Basin Mount. Access to the Strainers can be
obtained after the SQX thermostatic cartridge is removed and
the basin spout is lifted off the Basin hob.
Using a long M5 allen key unwind the internal basin mount
fixing screw found in the lower cavity of the mixer. Once loose
carefully lift Basin spout off Basin Hob - IMAGES 38 and 39.
IMAGE 38
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IMAGE 40
Remove strainers from within cavity - IMAGE 41.
The strainers should be cleaned with a dilute water solution
of suitable de-scaling solvent (such as CLR), checked
for physical damage and then thoroughly rinsed with clean
water.
The Check valves are found within both the hot and cold
inlet fittings - IMAGE 42 Using circlip pliers, remove circlips
from both fittings Using a small allen key, gently push out
check valves. The Check Valves should be cleaned with a
dilute water solution of suitable de-scaling solvent (such as
CLR), checked for physical damage and then thoroughly
rinsed with clean water.
IMAGE 41
IMAGE 42
Check valve location
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SERVICING THE MIXER
The Hob Mount O-rings are found around the base of the
Hob mount. While the Mixer body is removed from Basin
Mount, it is possible to check these O-rings for damage or
debris. Additionally it is possible to check that the Hot inlet
Fitting O-ring and Central mount O-ring for damage or debris
- IMAGE 43 Ensure all O-rings are slightly greased before
re-fitting basin body.
When checking Hob Mount
o-rings, check both Hot inlet
and Central Mount o-rings are
not damaged
4. SWIVEL SPOUT SEALING O-RINGS
ATM607/611 MODELS
The Swivel Spout O-rings seals can be checked/replaced
without isolating the water supply. Ensure the mixer is turned
off (see IMAGE 25 on page 10), with the handle fully rotated
in the clockwise direction. Remove handle by unscrewing the
allen key locking pin on the side of the handle (see IMAGE 23
and 24 on page 10) Once the locking pin is removed, carefully
lift the handle straight up out of position off the cartridge spline
- IMAGE 23 and 24 on page 10.
Ensure fittings are wound
down flat against Hob mount
IMAGE 43
Re-fit strainers and inlet fittings, ensuring the taller ‘HOT’ inlet
fitting is screwed into the correct Hot supply cavity - IMAGE 40
on page 18.
Check each fittings location within Hob mount
corresponds to the Hot and Cold markings on the base
of the Hob mount - see installation instructions for
ATM606/607 models on page 5 for details.
Re-fit mixer body over Basin mount , ensuring the O-rings do
not splice or get caught on Isolation valve access cavity on
mixer body during this task. Using the M5 allen key, thread
in the basin mount fixing screw, ensuring the 2 O-rings are
correctly positioned and lightly greased, until the basin body is
firm against the basin top.
When service is complete, slowly open the cold water isolation
valve and inspect mixer body for leaks. Repeat with Hot
water isolation valves. Open the Mixer by rotating handle
anti clockwise and check operation and flow. Commence
commissioning as per stated on page 16.
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IMAGE 44
IMAGE 45
Located at the back of the swivel spout, use an allen key to
loosen the M4 allen head grub screw - IMAGE 44.
The swivel spout can then be removed by pulling off vertically,
however rotating the spout may assist in this process. Once
removed, O-rings can be checked for wear, damage or debris
and replaced if required - IMAGE 45.
Re-install Swivel Spout over mixer body ensuring O-rings
have been re-greased. Wind in M4 grub screw until it is flush
with back surface of Swivel Spout.
CAUTION: Do not wind grub screw in too far. Turn mixer
on to test for leaks and swivel operation of spout.
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STRAINER & CHECK VALVE ASSEMBLY ATM 611
The Strainers and Check Valves within the ATM611 can be
easily accessed via the removal of the Strainer covers at
each end of the mixers breech once both Hot and Cold water
supplies have been isolated.
1. Ensure both the Hot and Cold water supplies have been
isolated by turning both Isolation valves 90 degrees into
their ‘OFF’ position - see IMAGE 35 on page 17. Open
the mixer to ensure water supplies have been isolated
correctly and no water flows from the outlet prior to
servicing mixer.
2. Using the Special Cover Access tool, unwind the Strainer
covers and remove to one side , being careful not to
scratch Chrome surface - IMAGE 46.
3. Use an M10 allen key, unscrew the Strainer/check valve
assembly and remover from mixer - IMAGE 47. Once
Removed check sealing O-rings for damage or debris
and replace if needed. The strainer/check valve assembly
should be cleaned with a dilute water solution of suitable
descaling solvent (such as CLR), checked for physical
damage and then thoroughly rinsed with clean water.
IMAGE 46
IMAGE 47 Check sealing O-rings
6. Once removed check sealing O-rings for debris or damage
and replace if required. Re-grease O-rings and re-install
by firmly pushing into mixers breech cavity until it comes
to a firm stop, ensuring sealing O-rings do not get caught
or damaged during this process.
4. Re-fit strainer/check valve assembly ensuring the O-rings
have been lightly greased and then fit Strainer covers.
Turn on water supplies and test for leaks. Commence
commissioning as stated on page 16.
HEAT SHIELD STRAINER BODY, HEAT SHIELD INLET
PIPE & WALL CONNECTOR SEALING O-RINGS - ATM611
If there are signs of water leaking from the Strainer Covers
and/or the Inlet connections, then it may be necessary to
service the sealing O-rings around the Heat Shield Strainer
Bodies, Heat Shield Inlet Pipes & Wall Connectors.
1. Ensure both the Hot and Cold water supplies have been
isolated by turning both Isolation valves 90 degrees into
their ‘OFF’ position - refer to IMAGE 35 on page 17.
Open the mixer to ensure water supplies have been
isolated correctly and no water flows from the outlet prior
to servicing mixer. Remove Mixer Body as per the reverse
of the installation instructions on page 8.
2. Using an M4 Allen key unscrew the 4 x M4 Grub Screws
found on the top and bottom of the mixers inlet connectors.
Once removed, carefully pull mixer off the Wall connectors.
3. Check the Wall Connectors Sealing O-rings for damage or
debris and replace if needed.
NOTE: If the mixer was leaking from the Wall connector
joint then servicing these Wall Connector O-rings should
resolve this problem and the mixer can be re-fitted once
the O-rings are lightly greased.
IMAGE 48 2 x o-ring end goes into
mixer connector
IMAGE 49 Rotate & pull to remove
7. Once installed, use the M10 allen key to rotate the Heat
Shield Strainer Body so its inlet aligns with the mixers
inlet within the mixers’ connector - ref IMAGE 50. It is
necessary to look inside mixer connector to see alignment
during this task.
8. Once aligned, re-grease Heat Shield Inlet pipe and
carefully insert into the mixer connector and push until it
comes to a firm stop - IMAGE 51. Please ensure the end
with 2 O-rings goes into the mixer connector.
9. Re-fit Mixer onto Wall connectors and secure using M4
grub screws. Turn both water supplies on and test for
leaks.
Turn on water supplies and test for leaks.
NOTE: If leaks occur from Strainer covers then continue
servicing mixer as prescribed below.
4. Using needle nose pliers, carefully pull to remove the
Heat Shield Inlet Pipe from inside the affected side mixers’
connector - see IMAGE 48. Once removed check Sealing
O-rings for debris of damage and replace if required.
5. Once the Heat Shield Inlet pipe is removed, use an M10
Allen key to carefully wind and pull out the whole Heat
Shield Strainer body - see IMAGE 49
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IMAGE 51
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
Refer to the following trouble shooting /fault finding chart for specific problems and solutions.
Service instructions are supplied with spare part kits
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FAULT / SYMPTOM
CAUSE
RECTIFICATION
The desired mixed water
temperature cannot be obtained
or valve is difficult to set.
• Hot and cold supplies are fitted to the
wrong connections
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris or
damaged
• Strainers contain debris
• Non-return devices are damaged
• Refit the valve with Hot/Cold supplies fitted to the
correct connections
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is
removed and components are not damaged.
Replace if necessary
• Clean strainers ensuring debris is removed
• Check non-return device is not jammed.
Clean it if necessary
The thermostatic mixing valve
will not thermally shut down
• The hot to mix temperature
differential is not 10°C or greater
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris or
damaged
• Non-return devices are damaged
• Raise hot water temperature
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is removed
and components are not damaged.
Replace if necessary
• Check non-return device is not jammed.
Clean it if necessary
Mix temperature unstable
• Flow rate below 2L/min.
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris or
damaged
• Strainers contain debris
• Non-return devices are damaged
• Rectify any pressure deterioration
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is
removed and components are not damaged.
Replace if necessary
• Clean strainers ensuring debris is removed
• Check non-return device is not jammed.
Clean it if necessary
Mix temperature changing over
time
• Inlet conditions (pressures or
temperatures) are fluctuating
• Strainers contain debris
• Install suitable pressure control valves to ensure
inlet conditions are within those stated on page 3
• Clean strainers ensuring debris is removed
Water is leaking from mixer body
• Mixer body o-rings are worn or damaged
or contain debris.
• Replace strainer body o-rings (ATM611)
• Replace Swivel Spout sealing o-rings (ATM607/611)
• Replace basin hob sealing o-ring (ATM606/607
Either full hot or cold flowing
from outlet fixture
• The upper temperature ring is
incorrectly set.
• Hot/Cold water has migrated to
other inlet.
• No flow from Hot and Cold supplies.
- damaged check valves
• Refer also to fault/symptom 1 & 2
• Re-set temperature as referred to on page 10
to between 35 - 46°C as required
• Replace faulty check valves
Water is not flowing from outlet
• Hot or cold water failure.
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris or
damaged
• Strainers contain debris
• Remove aerator and clean then reinstall
• Restore inlet supplies and check mix temperature.
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is
removed and components are not damaged.
Replace if necessary
• Clean strainers
Flow rate reduced or fluctuating
• Thermostatic cartridge, strainers or inlet
fittings fouled by debris
• Dynamic inlet pressures are not within
recommended limits
• Check Thermostatic cartridge, strainers and inlet
fittings for blockages
• Ensure operating conditions are within specified
limits and the dynamic inlet pressures are nominally
balanced to within +/- 10%
Mixed water temperature too hot
or cold
• The upper temperature ring is incorrectly
set or tampered with
• Inlet temperatures are not within specified
limits
• Re-set temperature as stated on page 10 to between
35 - 45°C as required
• Ensure inlet temperatures are within the specified limits
of 55 - 85°C for Hot; and 5 - 25°C for Cold.
Mixed water temperature
doesn’t change when the handle
is rotated.
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris,
has failed or is damaged.
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is removed
and components are not damaged. Replace if
necessary
Leaking from outlet
• Cartridge is damaged or O- rings split.
• Supply pressures too high
• Cartridge has come loose in mixer body.
• Thermostatic cartridge contains debris or
damaged.
• Check pressure & install a pressure reduction valve
• Ensure Thermostatic cartridge is tightened to 10nm in
mixer body
• Clean the Cartridge ensuring that all debris is removed
and components are not damaged. Replace if
necessary
Water comes on when handle is
in closed position
• Mixer has been installed incorrectly or not
tightened to a firm stop.
• Re-install or replace cartridge. Refer to service
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CARE AND MAINTENANCE
Enware Product should be cleaned with a soft damp cloth using only mild liquid detergent or soap and water. Do not use
cleaning agents containing a corrosive acid, scouring agent or solvent chemicals. Do not use cream cleaners, as they are
abrasive. Use of unsuitable cleaning agents may damage the surface. Any damage caused in this way will not be covered
by warranty.
If re greasing spindles always use a silicon based potable water approved lubricant such as Hydroseal Food Pro.
Refer to the Maintenance requirements on page 16 of this document.
ENWARE PRODUCT WARRANTY
Subject to the warranty conditions and exclusions set out below ENWARE valves are warranted to be free from defects in
material and/or workmanship for a period of 24 months service life and if found by ENWARE to be so defective will be replaced
or repaired for a period of 2 Years inclusive of parts and labour on the complete assembly; an additional 3 Years warranty, parts
supply only is applicable to the thermostatic cartridge component assembly. If the valve is sold by a party other than ENWARE
then it is sold by that seller as principal and the seller has no authority from ENWARE to give any additional warranty on behalf
of ENWARE.
The benefits of this warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies which the purchaser may have under the Trade
Practices Act (Cwth) or similar laws of each State and Territory in Australia.
The Enware Aquablend SQX Thermostatic Mixer is guaranteed to be free from manufacturing defects and is covered by a
Conditional 5 Year warranty, subject to the conditions outlined below:
Warranty Conditions:
Warranty Exclusions:
1. The valve must have been installed by a licensed plumber
in accordance with the ENWARE Installation Instructions
and Application Guidelines supplied with the valve, and
in accordance with the National Plumbing and Drainage
Code , AS/NZS3500, AS4032.1, AS4032.3, AS/NZS3718,
AS3666, current at the date of installation and all relevant
statutory and local requirements in the State or Territory in
which the valve is installed.
Replacement work will be carried out as set out in the
ENWARE Warranty above, but the following exclusions may
cause the warranty to become void, and may incur a service
charge including cost of parts where:
2. Where the valve is installed outside the boundaries of a
metropolitan area as defined by ENWARE, the cost of
transport insurance and travelling shall be the purchaser’s
responsibility. (Refer to the ENWARE scale of fees for
replacement of valves).
7. It is found that there is nothing wrong with the valve.
3. Where the valve comprises part of a hot water system,
installation of that system must be in accordance with
its manufacturer’s recommendations, the Code and all
relevant statutory and local State or Territory requirements.
4. The valve must be returned to ENWARE with a fully &
correctly completed ENWARE Warranty Claim Form.
5.Where the valve is replaced under warranty the
replacement valve carries a new warranty as detailed
herein.
6. Damage has been caused by accident, Acts of God,
misuse, incorrect installation of the hot water system of
which the valve forms a part or attempts to disassemble
the valve.
8. The failure of the valve is due in part or in whole to faulty
manufacture/installation of the hot water system of which
the valve forms part.
9. The valve has failed directly or indirectly as a result
of excessive water pressure or temperature outside
the Application Guidelines, thermal input or corrosive
environment.
10.The valve has failed due to foreign matter either from
installation or the water supply.
11.The failure of the valve is due to scale formation in the
waterways of the valve.
12.The failure of the valve is due in part, or in whole, to
installation not in conformance with the requirements of
the Code.
13.ENWARE reserves the right to change its specifications
without prior notice and will not accept liability for any claim
arising from such change.
14.Subject to any statutory provisions to the contrary, claims
for damage to furniture, carpets, walls, foundations or any
other consequential loss either directly or indirectly due to
leakage from the valve are also excluded from warranty
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AQUABLEND SQX
Thermostatic Mixing Valve
Commissioning and/or Maintenance Report
Note:
1. In all cases the Licensee is to submit this report within seven working days after commissioning and/or servicing
the valve.
2. Use a separate form for each valve.
3. The original report is to be given to the owner/occupier and retained on site for a minimum of 7 years.
4. All details are to be filled in. Incomplete reports will not be accepted.
PRINT ALL DETAILS or MARK WITH AN X IN BOXES IN BOXES TO INDICATE CHOICE
Name of
Establishment
Street Address
Suburb
State
Phone #
Contact Name
Date
Work Order No.
Post Code
Make & Model of Hot Water Unit
Model No
Make of
Mixing Valve
Size
Total No. of Mixing
Valves on Site/
Building
Valve ID No.
Valve Location /
Building
Area serviced
by valve
Outlet type (mark with X)
Bath
Basin
Shower
Valve installed to requirements of:
1. The local water supply
authority
2. The valve manufacturer /
supplier requirements
� YES
� YES
� NO
� NO
3. The Australian Standards
for Plumbing and Drainage
� YES
� NO
If NO, give details and action taken:
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Hot Water
kPa
Pressure
˚C
Temp
Cold Water
Supply via
kPa
Pressure
Cold Water
˚C
Temp
Pressure
Reducing Valve Fitted
Details of work carried out: � Serviced
YES/NO
� Commissioned
� Visually inspected & clean valve
� Checked function of non return
components
� Replaced o-rings and lubricate
valve
� Reassemble � Dismantle
� Set temperature
� Thermal shut down test
List of items replaced and part
numbers during this visit:
Service Kit No.
Other Parts
Temperature range of warm water at outlet:
� Neonatal and children 38-40°C
� Adult 40.5-43.5°C
Set Temperature (°C):
Date of this service/commissioning:
Date of next service due:
Previous service carried out by:
Date of previous service:
Valve installed by:
Date of installation:
It is hereby certified that all the commissioning work has been carried out by the
undersigned in accordance with local plumbing requirements for Thermostatic Mixing
Valves
Contractor Business Name
Contractor Name (print)
Contractor Lic/Cert No
Signature Licensed Plumber
Contractors Phone No
Date
Owner/Occupier Signature
Date
NOTE: A duplicate copy of this report is to be retained at the site for any inspection by
authorised persons.
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