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Residential Steambath Generator Systems

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Installation, Operation & Maintenance Manual

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Residential Steambath Generator Systems

Installation,Operation & Maintenance Manual

Table of Contents: . . . . . .

Page

Before Installing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Steam Room Guidelines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1

Locating the Steam Generator Unit . . . . . . 2

Typical Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

MS Super-4T, 5T, 6T Typical Installation . . . 3

Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4

Plumbing Steam Outlet Drain

Water Supply Steam Head Safety Valve

Generator Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5

Electrical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

Field Power Wiring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7

Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 –10

Initial Start-Up and Checkout. . . . . . . . . . 11

Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

Optional AutoFlush System . . . . . . . . 12–13

Using AromaSteam Essential Oils . . . . . . . 13

Liquid Level Control Board. . . . . . . . . . . . 14

Select Your MrSteam Model. . . . . . . . . . . 15

Replacement Parts Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . 16

Replacement Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

MODEL____________ Serial No._________________

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:

MS-65T

MS-90T

MS-150T

MS-225T

MS-300T

MS-400T

MS-SUPER 1T

MS-SUPER 2T

MS-SUPER 3T

MS-Super 4T

MS-Super 5T

MS-Super 6T

Listed Steam Bath

Generator 777D

ANSI

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WARNING

1. Children under the age of 16 should not use the Steambath.

2. Check with a physician before use of the Steambath if you are pregnant, have a coronary condition, are in poor health, are being treated for any other medical condition, or are using medication or drugs.

3. Exit Steam Room immediately if you feel faint, dizzy, sleepy, or otherwise uncomfortable.

4. Do not use the Steambath if you have recently consumed alcohol.

5. Condensation and moisture may cause the the Steambath floor and other surfaces to become slippery and dangerous. Installation of non-skid floor materials or the use of proper footwear is recommended at all times.

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43-20 34th Street , Long Island City NY 11101 • 1 800 76 STEAM • www.mrsteam.com

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PEEL & STICK WARNING

Note:

MrSteam strongly recommends that this warning be peeled off and posted in a conspicuous location near the steambath.

IMPORTANT NOTE

:

As you follow these instructions, you will notice warning and caution symbols. This blocked information is important for the safe and efficient installation and operation of this generator.

These are types of potential hazards that may occur during this installation and operation:

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WARNING

states a hazard may cause serious injury or death if precautions are not followed.

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CAUTION

signals a situation where minor injury or product damage may occur if you do not follow instructions.

IMPORTANT NOTE

:

This highlights information that is especially relevant to a problem-free installation.

All information in these instructions is based on the latest product information available at the time of publication.

Sussman-Automatic Corporation reserves the right to make changes at any time without notice.

A Division of Sussman-Automatic Corporation

43-20 34th Street, Long Island City, NY 11101 • (718) 937-4500

1-800-767- 8326 • Fax: (718) 472-3256 • www.mrsteam.com

Western Regional Offices

9410 S. La Cienega Blvd., Inglewood CA 90301

1-800 72 STEAM (1-800 727-8326) • Fax: (310) 216-2944

Made in USA

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Before Installing

IMPORTANT: The following general information should be used in conjunction with consultations with your architect, designer and contractor in determining all factors necessary in providing a suitable and safe steam room.

Read these instructions before installation or service. Although this MS steambath generator has been fully qualified for shipment by MrSteam, the following must be reviewed for proper, safe and enjoyable steam bathing.

Verify that the model and accessories are correct, including incoming line voltage.

Insure steambath generator has been correctly sized for the steambath room. Pay particular attention to room volume and construction. If any questions, please refer to MrSteam sizing guide enclosed. (see page 15)

Marble or glass walls or ceilings, or exterior walls “ENLARGE” the room’s size, requiring a generator larger than one based only on the room’s cubic foot (L x H x W) volume.

The physical size of the unit, clearance for plumbing servicing, and its distance from the steam room must all be considered before final installation.

IMPORTANT: MrSteam units are intended to be operated with MrSteam TEMPO/PLUS,TEMPO,TEMPO/REMOTE and

TEMPO/EXT Controls only, and are to be installed strictly in accordance with the specific instructions contained in this manual and as supplied in the manuals provided with the controls.

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WARNING

ELECTRICAL SHOCK HAZARD. MrSteam steam generators are connected to 240V line voltage and contain live electrical components. All installation and service to be performed by qualified and licensed electricians and plumbers only. Installation or service by unqualified persons may void the warranty.

Steam Room Guidelines

1.

Steam room must be completely enclosed, with full walls, door, floor and ceiling.

2.

It is recommended that a gasketed door is used for heat sealing and steam containment.

3.

If tile-type or other smooth surfaced flooring is used provide suitable anti-skid strips or equivalent, to prevent user slipping and injury.

4.

Walls and ceilings must be constructed of water-resistant, non-corrosive surface, such as tile, marble, molded acrylic, or other non-porous material.The ceiling should be sloped to prevent dripping of condensate. If acrylic, fiberglass or other

5.

non-heat resistant materials are used as part of the steamroom enclosure, see page 4, "Steamhead" for additional details.

Provide a floor drain.

6.

No heating, venting or air conditioning devices should be installed inside the steam room.

7.

Steam room construction information is available from the Tile Council of America, Inc. at (864) 646-8453 or www.tileusa.com.

8.

MrSteam strongly recommends that a warning be posted in a conspicuous location near the steambath.

A peel-off warning has been provided (on the inside front cover) for installation. See Warning facsimile below.

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WARNING

1. Children under the age of 16 should not use the Steambath.

2. Check with a physician before use of the Steambath if you are pregnant, have a coronary condition, are in poor health, are being treated for any other medical condition, or are using medication or drugs.

3. Exit Steam Room immediately if you feel faint, dizzy, sleepy, or otherwise uncomfortable.

4. Do not use the Steambath if you have recently consumed alcohol.

5. Condensation and moisture may cause the the Steambath floor and other surfaces to become slippery and dangerous. Installation of non-skid floor materials or the use of proper footwear is recommended at all times.

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43-20 34th Street , Long Island City NY 11101 • 1 800 76 STEAM • www.mrsteam.com

PUR100378 6/03

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WARNING

The MS series of steam generators are for residential use only. Commercial or other non residential applications void the warranty and may adversely affect product performance.

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Locating the Steam Generator Unit

Select a location as near as practical to the steam room.Typical locations include: closet, vanity cabinet, heated attic or basement.

1. Locate steambath generator within 25 feet of steam room.

2. Do not install steambath generator inside steam room.

3. Do not install steambath generator outdoors or wherever environmental conditions may affect the safety and/or performance of the generator.

4. Do not install steambath generator in unheated attic or any locations where water could freeze.

5. Do not install steambath generator near flammable or corrosive materials or chemicals such as gasoline, paint thinners, or the like. Installation in areas having high concentrations of chlorine (such as pool equipment room) must be avoided.

6. Install steambath generator on a solid and level surface.

7. Install steambath generator in an upright position only.

8. Install anti-water hammer device as required.

9. Provide a minimum of (12) inches to both ends and top of the steam generator or as required for servicing. See page (5).

10. Provide unions as required to facilitate installation and disconnection of piping.

11. IMPORTANT: Steam line, safety valve, drain valve, plumbing and steamheads become hot during operation and remain hot after shutdown for a period of time. Provide appropriate protection, including insulating plumbing lines. Avoid plumbing runs and steamhead locations that can come in contact with bathers.

12. MrSteam controls can be located inside the steam room or on the outside of the steam room.

See separate CONTROL INSTALLATION AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS for specific details. If the controls are located outside the steamroom, a remote sensor (part number MSTS) is required.

NOTE: The TEMPO series controls are suitable for use with UL Listed MrSteam generators and for use in a wet environment.

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WARNING

The MS series of steam generators are for residential use only. Commercial or other non-residential applications void the warranty and may adversely affect product performance.

Use only MrSteam TEMPO series controls.

Typical MrSteam Installation

TEMPO

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TEMPO/PLUS

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Control

See Control Manual for installation information

O N

O F F

O N

O F F

P A U

S E

Control cable

Field installed power supply

Field installed water supply pipe

Steam generator

Field installed steam supply pipe

Provide unions as required to facilitate installation and disconnect of piping

Valve is shown open

NOTE:

For illustrative purposes only.

Consult with qualified designer, architect or contractor for steam room construction details.

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Steam Head (shown with optional acrylic shield)

See page 4 for Steam Head Installation information

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MS Super 4T, 5T, 6T Typical Configuration

Installation Instructions for Models:

MS-Super 4T, MS-Super 5T and MS-Super 6T

1. Install each steam generator as in a single installation.

Install generators as close as possible to each other, not exceeding 12 feet.

2. IMPORTANT: Power must be disconnected at the main electrical supply. Remove steam generator covers.

Retain screws and cover for reuse.

3. Connect the TEMPO/PLUS control to either unit per instructions supplied with the TEMPO/PLUS control.

4. Remove one knock-out on each generator as shown.

Insert the ends of interconnecting cable provided

(PN 103904) through the knock-outs as shown in

Diagram A. Connect each end to the printed circuit board connector labeled "TANDEM" as shown.

5. Connect separate plumbing and power supplies for each unit. Replace covers with cover screws.

Printed Circuit Board

Component shown enlarged for illustrative purpose.

Interconnecting

Cable PN: 103904

Diagram B

Assembled and Installed

MS Super 4T, 5T, 6T

Typical Installation shown with Optional AutoFlush

Diagram A

NOTE:

For illustrative purposes only.

Units shown prior to plumbing and installation.

Power

Supply

Primary Unit

TEMPO/PLUS

Control

Secondary Unit

Provide unions as required to facilitate installation and disconnection of piping

NOTE: For illustrative purposes only. Consult with qualified designer, architiect or contractor for steam room construction details.

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Steam Heads

Optional AutoFlush, see

AutoFlush Installation pg. 11

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Installation

Plumbing

All plumbing shall be performed by a qualified licnesed plumber and in accordance with applicable National and local codes.

• Use unions on all pipe connections.

• Use only brass piping or copper tubing

• Do not use black, galvanized or PVC pipe.

Water Supply (3/8” NPT)

1. Connect hot or cold water line. Hot water line is preferable, however hot water should not exceed 160° F.

2. Provide a shut off valve in the water supply line upstream of the steambath generator.

3. Do not overheat inlet solenoid valve with solder connections. Overheating will damage parts.

4. Flush inlet water line thoroughly before making connection to unit.

5. Strainer recommended upstream of feed water connection.

6. For best performance water pressure should be 15 to 20 PSIG. Reduce pressure as required if necessary.

7. Provide anti-water hammer device as required.

Steam Outlet (1/2” NPT)

1. Do not install a valve in steam line. Flow of steam must be unobstructed.

2. Use 1/2-inch brass pipe or copper tubing from unit to steam head.

3. Insulate steam line using pipe insulation rated 250° F or higher.

4. Pitch steam line 1/4" per foot towards steam head or steam generator to avoid valleys and trapping of condensate.

NOTE: Running the steam line down and then up will create a steam trap blocking the flow of steam.

Steam Head (1/2” NPT)

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CAUTION

INSTALLER: Because the steam head and direct steam emissions are very hot, locate the steam head where incidental contact by bather with the steam head or direct steam emission cannot occur.

1. Locate steam head 6-12 inches above floor, except for

Tub/shower enclosures, install 6 inches above tub top edge.

For enclosures with acrylic or other non-heat resistant flooring install Acrylic Shield Part Number MS-103412.

2. Install steam head with steam slot facing downward.

IMPORTANT

: To preserve steam head finish, do not use wrench or other tools to tighten. Hand tightening is sufficient when

Teflon or equal pipe thread sealing compound is used. Use no abrasive cleansers or chemicals. Use only mild soap and sponge.

3. IMPORTANT: Consult with supplier of acrylic, fiberglass and other non-heat resistant enclosures for recommended steam head location.

Use Teflon or equal sealant on pipe threads

Steam Supply Pipe

1/4" minimum clearance required when Acrylic Shield (PN 103412) is used. See installation instructions provided with the Acrylic Shield.

Steam Head

Drain (1/2” NPT)

NOTE: A drain valve is provided to facilitate servicing. Provide a drain line connection from steambath generator drain valve according to National and local Codes. Check local plumbing code for receptor, trap and vent requirements. Unit drains by gravity.

Fill gap with silicone or equal sealant as required for moisture seal.

1/2" (without Acrylic Shield)

3/4" (with Acrylic Shield)

Safety Valve (3/4” NPT)

Where permitted by local codes, provide an outlet plumbing connection for safety valve.

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WARNING

To insure proper and automatic safety valve operation: DO NOT connect a shut off valve or a plug at safety valve outlet. DO NOT connect a shut off valve in steam supply pipe.

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Generator Diagram

/----

E

-----\

Water Inlet

Control &

Accessory

Connections

Steam Outlet

Safety Valve

Optional AutoFlush

Manual Drain Valve

J

/------------------------------------------------------------

K

-----------------------------------------------------------\

/---

12

---\

Minimum clearance for element service

/-----

L

----\

/--------------------------

M

-----------------------\

/-----

F

----\

/-----------

G

---------\

/------------------

H

----------------\

/

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I

------------------------------------

\

A

IMPORTANT NOTE: Provide clearance around steam generator as required for service and maintenance. DO NOT rough in plumbing and electrical services based on dimensional information provided. Drawing not to scale.

B

C

D

Side View Showing

Element Access Panel

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CAUTION

TO AVOID EQUIPMENT DAMAGE DO NOT CONNECT

POWER SUPPLY DIRECTLY TO ELEMENTS !!!

NOTE:

For illustrative purposes only.

MS 65T- MS 400T MS SUPER 1T-6T

5-1/2 (140)

8-1/4 (210)

7-1/4 (184)

10 (254)

11-7/8 (302)

14-3/4 (375)

1-3/4

1-7/8

(45)

(48)

12-1/2

18-3/4

6

2-1/2

(310)

(466)

(152)

(64)

3-1/2

5

6-3/4

1-3/4

(89)

(127)

(171)

(45)

14-1/2 (368)

2-1/2 (64)

6 (152)

4

6

7-7/8

1-3/8

19-3/4

2-3/8

6-3/8

(102)

(152)

(200)

(35)

(502)

(60)

(162)

M

NOTES:

1. M = Optional AutoFlush

2. All units in inches (MM)

3. MS Super 4T includes (2) MS Super 1T units

4. MS Super 5T includes (2) MS Super 2T units

5. MS Super 6T includes (2) MS Super 3T units

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Electrical

All electrical wiring to be installed by a qualified licensed electrician in accordance with National and local Codes.

Power Wiring

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See “Input Power Wiring” Diagrams (Page 7)

1. Check power voltage. Use 240V rated unit when supply is greater than 208V.

(Most homes have 240V, 1PH service). Use 208V rated unit for 208V power.

2. Use minimum 90 deg. C/300V rated insulated copper conductors only, sized in accordance with

National and local Electrical Codes for the Amps in chart below.

3. Connect equipment grounding wire to ground terminal provided.

4. Install a separate circuit breaker between supply and unit. Provide a power supply disconnect within sight of the steam generator or one that is capable of being locked in the open position.

5. On single phase units, use two-wire supply source with ground. Neutral (white) wire is not required.

AMPERE CHART

Model No.

Maximum Room KW Volts Amp

Volume, Cu. Ft.*

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MS-65T 65 4.5

208 22

19

MS-90T 100 5.0

208

MS-150T 175 6.0

208

24

21

29

25

MS-225T

MS-300T

250

325

7.5

8.5

208

208

36

32

41

36

MS-400T 375 9.0

208

MS-Super 1T 475 10.0

208

44

38

49

42

MS-Super 2T

MS-Super 3T

575

675

12.0

15.0

208

208

58

50

73

63

MS-Super 4T** 875 20 208 2 x 49

2 x 42

MS-Super 5T** 1075 24 208 2 x 58

MS-Super 6T** 1275 30 208

240

2 x 50

2 x 73

2 x 63

*See page 15 for room sizing.

** MS Super 4T includes (2) MS Super 1T units

MS Super 5T includes (2) MS Super 2T units

MS Super 6T includes (2) MS Super 3T units

All specifications shown are for 208V and 240V, single phase.

Consult factory for three phase or other voltage specifications

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Provide a power supply disconnect within sight of the steam generator or one that is capable of being locked in the open position.

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Field Power Wiring

Models MS 65T – MS 400T

(single phase wiring shown)

Ground

Ground Lug

L1, L2, Ground by field wiring

L1

L2

Contactor

Knockout

(conduit and fittings omitted for clarity)

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CAUTION

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TO AVOID EQUIPMENT DAMAGE DO NOT CONNECT

NOTE: For illustrative purposes only. Consult with qualified licensed electrician for electrical installation.

Models MS Super 1T – MS Super 6T

(single phase wiring shown)

Power block

Ground Ground lug

Fuse

Fuse block

Contactor

L1, L2, Ground by field wiring

L1

L2

Knock-out

(conduit and fittings omitted for clarity)

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CAUTION

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TO AVOID EQUIPMENT DAMAGE DO NOT CONNECT

NOTE: For illustrative purposes only. Consult with qualified licensed electrician for electrical installation.

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Wiring Diagrams

L E G E N D

(All Diagrams)

FIELD

WIRING

FACTORY

WIRING

POWER INPUT

L1 L2

BLACK

G

BLACK

GREEN

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

GROUND

WHITE

C

LIGHT

BLUE

HEATING

ELEMENT

CONTACTOR

S

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VAVLE

WHITE

GRAY

CONTROL BOARD

SINGLE PHASE

MS-65T, MS-90T, MS-150T,

MS-225T, MS-300T, MS-400T

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

TEMPO or

TEMPO/PLUS CONTROL

TEMPO/EXT (optional)

AUTOFLUSH (optional)

POWER INPUT

L1 L2

BLACK

BLACK

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

GREEN

PURPLE

FUSES

ELEMENT

OUND

WHITE

C

LIGHT

BLUE

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

SINGLE PHASE

MS-SUPER-1T

MS SUPER-2T

MS-SUPER-3

T

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

TEMPO or

TEMPO/PLUS CONTROL

TEMPO/EXT (optional)

AUTOFLUSH (optional)

POWER INPUT

L1

L2 L3

BLACK

BLACK

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

GREEN

HEATING

ELEMENT

GROUND

WHITE

C

LIGHT

BLUE

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

THREE PHASE

MS-65T, MS-90T, MS-150T,

MS-225T, MS-300T, MS-400T,

MS-SUPER-1T, MS SUPER-2T,

MS-SUPER-3T

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

TEMPO or

TEMPO/PLUS CONTROL

TEMPO/EXT (optional)

AUTOFLUSH (optional)

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Single Phase Wiring Diagram with TEMPO

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PLUS control

Installation Instructions for Models:

MS-Super 4T, MS-Super 5T and MS-Super 6T

1. Install each unit as in a single installation as close to each other as possible.

2. IMPORTANT Power must be disconnected at the main electrical supply. Remove steam generator covers.

3. Connect the TEMPO/PLUS control to either unit per instructions supplied with the TEMPO/PLUS control.

4. Remove one knock-out on each generator as shown. Insert the ends of interconnecting cable provided

(PN 103904) through the knock-outs as shown in diagram A, page 3. Connect each end to the printed circuit board as shown.

5. Connect separate plumbing and power supplies for each unit.

L1

Wiring Diagram: MS-Super 4T, MS-Super 5T,

MS-Super 6T Single Phase Models

POWER INPUT

L2

BLACK

BLACK

G

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

L E G E N D

(All Diagrams)

FIELD

WIRING

FACTORY

WIRING

GREEN

FUSES

HEATING

ELEMENT

GROUND

WHITE

C

LIGHT

B L U E

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

TEMPO/PLUS

TEMPO/EXT

(optional)

AUTOFLUSH

(optional)

TANDEM

CABLE

103904

L1 L2

POWER INPUT

BLACK

BLACK

G

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

GREEN

FUSES

ROUND

WHITE

LIGHT

BLUE

ELEMENT

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

AUTOFLUSH (optional)

NOTE:

Cable length is 12 feet

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Three Phase Wiring Diagram with TEMPO/PLUS control

Installation Instructions for Models:

MS-Super 4T, MS-Super 5T and MS-Super 6T

1. Install each unit as in a single installation as close to each other as possible.

2. IMPORTANT: Power must be disconnected at the main electrical supply. Remove steam generator covers.

3. Connect the TEMPO/PLUS control to either unit per instructions supplied with the TEMPO/PLUS control.

4. Remove one knock-out on each generator as shown. Insert the ends of interconnecting cable provided

(PN 103904) through the knock-outs as shown in diagram A, page 3. Connect each end to the printed circuit board as shown.

5. Connect separate plumbing and power supplies for each unit.

Wiring Diagram: MS-Super 4T, MS-Super 5T,

MS-Super 6T Three Phase Models

POWER INPUT

L1 L2 L3

BLACK

BLACK

G

GREEN

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

L E G E N D

(All Diagrams)

FIELD

WIRING

FACTORY

WIRING

HEATING

ELEMENT

GROUND

WHITE

C

LIGHT

BLUE

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

TEMPO/PLUS

TEMPO/EXT

(optional)

AUTOFLUSH

(optional)

TANDEM

CABLE

103904

POWER INPUT

L1 L2 L3

BLACK

BLACK

G

GREEN

TRANSFORMER

WHITE

DARK

BLUE

NOTE:

Cable length is 12 feet

GROUND

HEATING

ELEMENT

C

LIGHT

BLUE

CONTACTOR

S

WHITE

GRAY

WATER

FEED

SOLENOID

VALVE

CONTROL BOARD

PURPLE

TO PROBE

CABLE

CABLE

AUTOFLUSH (optional)

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Initial Start-Up and Checkout

1

.

Turn on control. Follow specific instruction sheet provided with controls.

2. Steam will begin to appear in about 5 minutes at the steam head. Steam will shut off when desired temperature is reached and will automatically resume when room temperature drops below set point.

3. Steam will shut off automatically when control counts down to zero.To shut steam off manually, turn control OFF.

To clear steam from enclosure area, turn shower before opening door.

Optional Equipment & Accessories

Refer to specific instruction sheets for installation, operation and maintenance of optional equipment and accessories such as TEMPO,TEMPO/PLUS,TEMPO/EXT, MSTS.

Maintenance

MrSteam steambath generators require little maintenance.

Other than periodic draining, maintenance procedures are minimal. Every 2 months, or more often in “hard” water areas, the manual drain valve should be opened fully flushing out accumulated materials, salts and other particles which are natural by-products of boiling water.

NOTE: Flush a minimum of two hours after the control has been turned off to insure that the water has cooled.

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Draining immediately after a steam cycle may expose PVC and other piping to high temperature water.

Check local codes. The unit will refill automatically when the control is activated again. In areas of very hard water, a MrSteam autoflush system is recommended for generator longevity.

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Optional AutoFlush

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System

BOX CONTENTS:

• AutoFlush Valve with Cord

• Installation instructions.

(3) Pin Connector for Tempo/Ext

(9) Pin Connector for Tempo and

Tempo/Plus Controls

(2) Pin Connector for AutoFlush

Operation

The optional AutoFlush

®

feature automatically drains the MrSteam system following each use. The stainless steel tank is flushed and remains empty until the steam generator is used again. A time delay (about two hours) allows the water to cool down before it drains resulting in a safe and gentle operation.

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AutoFlush Cord Connector

AutoFlush Cord

AutoFlush Valve

Steam Generator

Drain Valve

(shown in the correct open position)

Nipple

(copper or brass nipple

1/2" NPT x 3-1/2" or longer (not supplied)

Arrow indicates correct direction of flow

End "B" End "A"

Plumb to Drain Line in accordance with Code

Installation Instructions

1. Disconnect all power supplied to the unit.

2. Plumbing to be performed by a qualified licensed plumber and shall be in accordance with applicable

National and Local Codes. Unit drains by gravity. A drain line that is lower than the AutoFlush assembly must be available. The AutoFlush valve outlet is threaded 1/2" NPT. Check plumbing code for receptor, trap and vent requirements.

3. Use copper or brass nipple 1/2" NPT x 3-1/2" or longer (not supplied) to connect AutoFlush valve

(end "B") to the Drain Valve (valve end “A” and

“B” are indicated on bottom of AutoFlush Valve)

NOTE: If there is not enough room for the valve, an elbow and a short nipple (not provided) can be added.

4. Open Drain Valve (handle must be aligned with brass nipple as shown).

MrSteam

Steam Generator

Drain Valve

Nipple

AutoFlush shown fully assembled

5. Connect the AutoFlush cord connector to the two pin connector (C) as shown.

AutoFlush

Valve

Plumb to

Drain Line

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WARNING

Do not drain into a steam enclosure or any location where accidental contact with drain water may occur. In the event of a power failure the Autoflush valve will open and discharge hot water.

(continued on next page)

NOTE: For illustrative purposes only.

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Optional AutoFlush

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System

(cont.)

Sweat Fittings

When using sweat fittings use only tin base solder with a melting point below 600 degrees F.

Do not overheat. Ends of water supply tubing must be thoroughly cleaned for a minimum distance of 1" from ends. Do not remove valve cover.

To Check Operation

1.

Turn on MrSteam and allow tank to fill with water. (see Mr Steam instruction manual)

2.

Turn off MrSteam control. Water should stay in tank.

3.

Turn off power at the panel box. Water should discharge from tank.

4.

Turn on power at panel box.

5.

Repeat

!

CAUTION

PROVIDE DRAIN PLUMBING ACCORDING TO LOCAL CODES.

PLUMB AS REQUIRED FOR GRAVITY DRAIN SYSTEM.

Using MrSteam Essential Oils

Enjoy Aromasteam essential oils by placing a drop or two into your

Aromasteam steamhead as shown in the attached illustration.

Only use Mrsteam AromaSteam Essential Oils in a Mrsteam

Aromasteam steam head, or any other equivalent oil deemed suitable for use in the Mrsteam AromaSteam steamhead.

!

CAUTION

Use essential oils with caution. Essential oils are for external use only. Keep out of reach of children.

Essential oils are highly concentrated and are potent substances and should not be applied directly to the skin as they can be irritants.

Use essential oils with caution.

AromaSteam

10ml bottle with integrated dropper

Recess for essential oil

AromSteam steam head

(install per instructions on page 4)

!

CAUTION

Place the drops into the Mrsteam AromaSteam steam head recess prior to turning on the steambath.

Do not place drops in a hot steam head as SERIOUS INJURY CAN RESULT

IF YOU DO NOT FOLLOW THIS WARNING.

Steam emission slot

!

CAUTION

Start with one drop to gauge strength and suitability. Limit to a maximum of a few drops during a steambathing session. Some people may find that the aroma makes them dizzy and the user should exit the steam bath IMMEDIATELY. If skin irritation occurs stop using the oils immediately. Remove any excess oil by washing in mild soap and water. If ingested, rinse mouth with water. Administer water or milk to dilute. Contact a physician immediately.

Tightly close containers when storing oils. Keep away from sources of ignition.

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Liquid Level Control Board-

Explanation of LED Indicators

DRY

Water level indicator–LED is ON when no water is detected (for more that 5 seconds). OFF when water level is satisfactory. For units with AutoFlush, if more that two hours have elapsed since last usage and this LED is OFF it is indicative of an autoflush or water level probe circuit

5V

+5 VDC indicator –LED is ON when there is 208/240 Volt incoming power connected,

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HTR

Room temperature status indicator–LED is ON when control is calling for heat,

RLY

Water feed solenoid relay indicator–LED is ON when relay is closed and sending 24 Volts

WTR

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RLY

FLUSH

AutoFlush relay indicator–LED is ON when relay is closed an sending 24 Volts to AutoFlush

RLY

HTR

Contactor relay indicator–LED is ON when relay is closed and sending 24 Volts to the

Liquid Level Control Board

PN 103899 (shown without wiring)

Enlarged Detail of LED Indicators

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Select Your MrSteam

®

Model

1. Measure the Length, Width, and Height (in feet) of steam shower or tub/shower being used.

Multiply the Length x Width x Height to get the basic room volume in CUBIC FEET (a) L x W x H =

2. Add 15% of (a) for each of the following design features that describe the steambath enclosure: b. Each exterior wall, or uninsulated attic, or crawlspace above or below ceiling or floor.

c. Tile on mud wall d. An extra glass panel in addition to the door e. A cast iron tub or marble bench f. Each foot exceeding 8 ft. height

3. If the interior wall construction material within the steam enclosure is natural marble, stone, shale, glass block or concrete, copy the figure from box (a) to box (g).

ADD BOXES (b) THROUGH (g) TO BOX (a) = TOTAL CUBIC FEET REQUIRED a + b + c + d + f + g =

L

W

H a h b c d e f g

Visit www.mrsteam.com for sizing and selection calculators and additional information.

IMPORTANT:

The formula for selecting the steambath generator is a recommendation only. Because of variables in construction, these sizing instructions and specifications should be considered as guidelines only. MrSteam will review the model selected provided we receive complete information, including working drawings, specifications, and pertinent electrical and construction details. Otherwise the manufacturer disclaims responsibility for the sizing of a model selected.

Model No.

MS 65T

MS 90T

MS 150T

MS 225T

MS 300T

MS 400T

MS Super 1T

MS Super 2T

MS Super 3T

MS Super 4T

MS Super 5T

MS Super 6T

SELECTION CHART

Kw Maximum Room Available Voltage Amps

50 60/HZ

4.5

5

6

7.5

8.5

9

10

12

15

20

24

30

65

100

175

250

325

375

475

575

675

875

1075

1275

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

208V/1PH

240V/1PH

49

42

58

50

41

36

44

38

29

25

36

32

22

19

24

21

116

100

145

125

73

63

97

84

Models MS 65T – MS 400T are compatible with TEMPO or TEMPO/PLUS Controls and include a matching AromaSteam steam head.

All SUPER Models supplied standard with a TEMPO/PLUS Control and a matching

AromaSteam steam head.

MS SUPER-4T includes two MS SUPER-1T steam generators and one TEMPO/PLUS Control and two matching AromaSteam steam heads.

MS SUPER-5T includes two MS SUPER-2T steam generators and one TEMPO/PLUS Control and two matching AromaSteam steam heads.

MS SUPER-6T includes two MS SUPER-3 steam generators and one TEMPO/PLUS Control and two matching AromaSteam steam heads.

MS 65T–MS 400T weighs 47 lbs.

MS SUPER-1T – MS SUPER-3T weighs 70lbs.

Call for availability of additional voltages and phases.

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MS Regular Models MS 65T - MS 400T (with AutoFlush)

shown with cover removed

Power Block

Transformer

Liquid Level

Control Board

Water Feed

Solenoid

Power Supply

Knock-Out

Liquid Level Probe

Water Feed

Plug and Play

Connection

(see page 11)

Water Feed Hose

Access Cover

Steam Outlet

Safety Valve

AutoFlush Valve

(optional)

Heating Element

NOTE:

F or illustrative purposes only.

Some components may be omitted or altered for clarity. Do not use for wiring, repair or other purposes not related to component identification.

Stainless Steel Tank

Data Plate

Drain Line

MS Super Models MS Super 1T- MS Super 6T (with AutoFlush)

shown with cover removed

Power Block

Power Supply

Knock-Out

Ground Lug

Fuse

Fuse Block Contactor

Liquid Level

Control Board

Transformer

Water Feed Solenoid

Liquid Level Probe

Plug and Play

Connection

(see page 11)

Access Cover

Water Feed

Steam Outlet

Safety Valve

Water Feed Hose

AutoFlush Valve

(optional)

Heating Element

Stainless Steel Tank

NOTE:

F or illustrative purposes only.

Some components may be omitted or altered for clarity. Do not use for wiring, repair or other purposes not related to component identification.

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Replacement Parts List

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Part No.

Description Product

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29041CMS

29051BMS

29051CMS

29061BMS

29061CMS

29071BMS

29071CMS

29081BMS

29081CMS

29091BMS

29091CMS

29101BMS

29101CMS

29121BMS

29121CMS

29151BMS

29151CMS

99178

99178MS

99297

100479

100477-1

103899

103904

103905

MSTS

100476-2

99012

103453

100471-2

99096 MS

99314

29041BMS

Drain Valve

Drain Valve

Safety Valve 15PSI

Water Feed Solenoid Valve w/filter

Transformer 24VAC

Liquid Level Control Board

Tandem Cable (12 ft.)

Control Cable 30'

Remote Temperature Probe

Contactor 40A 2-pole

Contactor 50A 3-pole

Contactor 50A 4-pole

Probe Assembly

Heating Element Gasket

Power Fuse 60A 250V

Heating Element 4.5 KW 208V

Heating Element 4.5 KW 240V

Heating Element 5 KW 208V

Heating Element 5 KW 240V

Heating Element 6 KW 208V

Heating Element 6 KW 240V

Heating Element 7.5 KW 208V

Heating Element 7.5 KW 240V

Heating Element 8.5 KW 208V

Heating Element 8.5 KW 240V

Heating Element 9 KW 208V

Heating Element 9 KW 240V

Heating Element 10 KW 208V

Heating Element 10 KW 240V

Heating Element 12 KW 208V

Heating Element 12 KW 240V

Heating Element 15 KW 208V

Heating Element 15 KW 240V

MS Super-1T – Super-6T

MS 65T – MS 400T

All models

All models

All models

All models

Ms Super-4T, 5T, 6T

All models

All models

MS 65T,– 400T (except below)

MS 300T– 400T / 208V & all 3 Phase

MS Super-1T – Super-6T

All models

All models

MS-Super 1T–6T Single phase

MS 65T

MS 65T

MS 90T

MS 90T

MS 150T

MS 150T

MS 225T

MS 225T

MS 300T

MS 300T

MS 400T

MS 400T

MS SUPER-1T & MS Super-4T

MS SUPER-1T & MS Super-4T

MS SUPER-2T & MS Super-5T

MS SUPER-2T & MS Super-5T

MS SUPER-3T & MS Super-6T

MS SUPER-3T & MS Super-6T

Contact factory for 3 Phase heating elements.

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