Portman DM DC A886127 thermostatic BSM.cdr

Portman DM DC A886127 thermostatic BSM.cdr
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Figure 5 Exploded view of Bath Shower Mixer A4989AA
Description
Volume control handle
Cap for handle w/o logo
Screw M4 L=23,5
Handle insert complete
Headwork G3/4
Thermostat Cartridge G3/4
O-Ring set cartridge
Temp. adjustment complete.
Temperature handle cpl.
O - Ring Ø 31,47 x 1,78
Fixation-Set
Non-return valve OV15
O - Ring Ø 17 x 2
Pull knob
Aerator M24x1 -CO-Ring Set for Pos. 20
Diverter Inner parts cpl.
Flex. hose G1/2 x 1800mm
Shower hose bracket
Shower station + pos.26
Part No.
A961932AA
E960641AA
A962998NU
A963432NU
A960462NU
A960587NU
A963587NU
A963427NU
A961885AA
A963154NU
A860458NU
A860415NU
A961810NU
B960514AA
A961132AA
A962062NU
A962063AA
A963173NU
EEM134901AA
S960164AA
Installation Instructions
PICCOLO 21 THERMOSTATIC BATH SHOWER MIXER
365
51
Ø50
G½
hot
inlet
G¾
cold
inlet
180
93.4
33
25max
G¾
CUSTOMER CARE HELPLINE
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CUSTOMER CARE FAX
01482 499611
E-MAIL
Armitage Shanks pursues a policy of continuing
improvement in design and performance of its products.
The right is therefore reserved to vary specification
without notice.
Armitage Shanks is a division of Ideal Standard (UK) Ltd
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138.5
A4989AA Bath/Shower Thermostatic Mixer
Rim-Mounted with Accessoires
Armitage Shanks
The Bathroom Works, National Avenue
Kingston-upon-Hull, HU5 4HS England
[email protected]
4848 11/09
A866127
INSTALLER: After installation please pass this instruction booklet to user
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INTRODUCTION
RE-CALIBRATION OF THE THERMOSTAT
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The fittings covered by this installation and maintenance instruction
should be installed in accordance with the water regulations
published in 1999*, therefore Armitage Shanks would strongly
recommend that these fittings are installed by a professional installer
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*A guide to the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999 and the Water Byelaws 2000, Scotland is published by
WRAS (Water Regulations Advisory Scheme) Fern Close, Pen-y-Fan Industrial Estate, Oakdale, Newport, NP11 3EH.
ISBN 0-9539708-0-9
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DESCRIPTION
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This manual covers the A4989AA Portman thermostatically controlled, dual controlled deck
mounted mixer. It is designed to provide water from ambient cold up to a safe maximum
temperature for showering and bathing.
90°
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3
9
4
8
These products are intended to be deck mounted on a bath tub where the tap hole centres are
located at 180mm centres
40 C
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It comes complete with integral check valves located in the G¾ inlet tails
INTRODUCTION
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6
5
?C
This thermostatic deck mounted mixer is manufactured to the highest standards and is suitable
for installation in domestic dwellings and hotels.
For correct performance the supply conditions detailed in Table 1 should be observed. This
valve is not suitable for healthcare establishments
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This fitting is designed to be installed on vented low pressure systems, unvented high pressure
systems, modulating instantaneous water heaters or modulating combination (combi) boilers. It
is suitable for all pumped applications.
Hot and cold water supply pressures must be reasonably balanced and from a common source
i.e. both from storage or both from a supply pipe. This mixer will function within specification on
unequal pressures up to 5 :1 but it is not recommended that cold be connected to the rising
main and hot to the tank fed supply.
Avoid using heat for soldering near the mixer inlets to prevent damage to internal
components.
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Figure 3 showing calibration sequence
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SUPPLY CONDITIONS
Operating pressure
range
BSEN1111
BSEN1287
High
pressure
Low
pressure
Maximum static pressure - Bar
Flow pressure hot and cold - Bar
Remove the temperature handle [1-3] . Adjust the temperature handle carrier until the measured
temperature is the desired 40ºC or 41ºC [4].
Slide out the red "U" clip [5] and carefully slide off the handle carrier [6] without rotating it.
0.5 to 5
0.2 to 1
Hot supply temperature °C
55 to 65
55 to 65
Cold supply temperature °C
>/= 25
>/= 25
Temperature differential
characteristic (TDC) °C
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10
It should not normally be necessary to perform this task as each fitting is accurately calibrated before
leaving the factory. However, should the need for calibration arise an accurate thermometer will be
required and the hot water supply should be operating at its normal working temperature.
Replace the handle carrier aligned at 3 o'clock [7] and replace the red "U" clip. Check the
temperature is still as desired. Repeat if necessary.
Replace the handle when satisfied.
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MAINTENANCE
On a regular basis the flow straightener nozzle and the shower spray head should be inspected
and cleaned if necessary. In areas where lime scale build-up is prevalent this will have to be
removed. An inhibited proprietary scale solvent can be used such a kettle descaling solvent but
it is important to follow the manufacturer's guidelines. After descaling it is important to rinse the
parts thoroughly in clean water. Clean carefully and do not use abrasive materials or scrapers.
REPLACING THE THERMOSTATIC CARTRIDGE
SAFETY
Note: Safe Bathing Temperature
46°C should be considered the maximum temperature at which the mixed water from a bath tap be
set. This maximum temperature takes account of the allowable temperature tolerances inherent in
thermostatic mixing valves and temperature losses in metal baths.
46°C is not a safe bathing temperature for adults or children.
The British Burns Association recommends 37 to 37.5°C as a comfortable bathing temperature for
children. In premises covered by the Care Standards Act 2000, the maximum mixed water outlet
temperature is 43°C.
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OPERATING THE FITTING
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1
+
off
flow to
shower
Figure 1 Showing the removal sequence for the thermostatic cartridge
CHANGING THE FLOW CONTROL CARTRIDGE
warmer
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3
2
4
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5
colder
Figure 4 Showing the control positions for the handles.
Figure 2 showing the sequence for
removing the flow cartridge
on
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