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SHOWER TRAY
INSTRUCTION
Failure to follow instructions correctly may lead to the
acrylic cap separating from the body of the tray.
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Remove protective plastic film from the areas near the waste and
those sides of the tray which will be against a wall.
Ensure that the location of the shower tray is firm, level, and
clean.
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Install the shower tray on a bed of weak cement mix
(sand/cement ratio 5:1). Tile adhesive can be used as an
alternate to sand or cement. Please note if using water based
adhesives, to enhance the bonding it is suggested that a
suitable primer is applied to the base of the shower tray before
installation.
Fit the shower tray waste.
Ensure the two side edges are flat to the wall.
Place the shower tray onto the cement bed and apply gentle
pressure with the palm of the hand to bed the tray into
position.
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Tile and seal joints with an anti fungal silicone sealant and allow to set.
Care and maintenance
Level the tray and allow to set.
When shower tray is set remove the remainder of the
protective plastic film and connect the waste pipe and check
for leakage.
Please seal joints between tray and wall with an
anti fungal silicone sealant and allow to set.
It is advised that the shower tray is cleaned regularly, to remove any
insoluble products. Hot soapy water should be used and then the tray
should be wiped. Cleaners of gritty or abrasive nature should never be
used.
The acrylic surface of this shower tray has good resistance properties
to acids but should not come into contact with alkalis or organic
solvents, such as caustic soda, dry cleaning agents and paint strippers.
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Express Thermo Shower Mixer Set
With Handset
20007015700
This product should only be fitted by a qualified plumber to NVQ (National Vocational
Qualification) or SNVQ (Scottish National Vocational Qualification) Level 3. Should the
installation be completed by a non-qualified person then the guarantee may be considered
invalid.
For a claim made under our warranty written certification of your installers credentials can be
required. For further information or to find a qualified installer in your area please visit the
Institute of Plumbers website - www.iphe.org.uk
THE QUALIFICATIONS
At present, to be a plumber you need to follow the National Vocational Qualification (NVQ)
route (Scottish National Vocational Qualification - SNVQ - in Scotland). These qualifications
are made up of theory and practical work in the classroom/purpose built training facility and
work based experience with a working plumber. Colleges should help students find a work
placement, although many students organise it themselves.
The S/NVQ qualification works in levels. All recently qualified plumbers should hold S/NVQ
Level 2 as basic with Level 3 as the preferred level. Level 2 will give you the foundation you
need for a career in plumbing and teach you domestic plumbing to a satisfactory level. Level
3 is more comprehensive and deals with domestic, commercial and industrial plumbing along
with aspects such as gas - if you want to one day set up your own business, this is the level
to reach. The Institute of Plumbing and Heating Engineering, and the industry as a whole
recommends that all plumbers reach a minimum of Level 3.
Reaching Level 3 has other advantages. The Institute runs a Master Plumber Certificate,
which only those attaining Level 3 or equivalent can reach as long as they have the relevant
experience as well. Those with S/NVQ Level 3 can (once in membership with the Institute for
five years as a Member MIPHE) gain Engineering Technician EngTech status with the
Engineering Council (UK).
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
For any further information please contact
Bathstore on: 08000 232323
Or visit our web-site at www.bathstore.com
The manufacturer reserves the right to make technical
modifications without prior notice.
INSTRUCTION
Thank you for purchasing a quality Bathstore product. To enjoy the full potential of your new product,
please take time to read this guide thoroughly,having done so, keep it handy for furture reference.
General
The Bathstore Express Thermo Shower Mixer Set is a thermostatic shower control designed for
wall mount installations.
The thermostatic bar valve has two knobs,one knob controls the flow rate & flow direction and the
other knob controls the temperature.
The Bathstore Express Thermo Shower Mixer Set is supplied with a deluge head, rigid riser,
a single mode shower head and shower fittings kit.
The thermostatic bar valve incorporates a wax capsule temperature sensing unit, which provides
an almost immediate response to changes in pressures or temperature of the incoming water
supplies, to maintain the selected temperature. An adjustable maximum temperature stop is
provided which limits the temperature to a safe level. inlet filters are fitted to protect the
thermostatic cartridge.
Pressures
Max Static Pressure: 10 Bar
Max Maintained Pressure: 5 Bar
Min Maintained Pressure: 0.5 Bar
NOTE:
Hot and cold supply pressures should be balanced.
If the water supply is gravity fed only, then the supply pressure should be verified to ensure
it is appropriate for the conditions for use.
For supply pressures over 5bar, pressure reducers must be fitted.
Temperatures
Optimum thermostatic control range: 38°C to 46°C(achieved with supplies of 15°C cold
and 65°C and nominally equal pressures).
Hot Supply Range:60°C to 65°C
Cold Water Range:5°C to 25°C
Thermostatic Shut-down
For safety, The valve will shut off within 5 seconds if cold supply fails.
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MAINTAINING THE NON-RETURN VALVE
The non-return valves are located in the thermostatic bar valve body, and are accessible
through the inlet connectors.
Caution! Make sure that the non-return valves are installed correctly to prevent crossflow or
malfunction of the valve.
1. With the water supplies turned off and the thermostatic bar valve removed, remove the
sealing washer / filter.
2. Unscrew the non-return valve housing using a 12 mm hexagonal wrench.
Note! The non-return valve housing has a Left Hand Thread, turn clockwise to unscrew.
3. Carefully remove the non-return valve and clean any debris.
4. On re assembly make sure that the non-return valve is fitted the correct way round.
INSTRUCTION
Safe Warning
The function of a thermostatic mixing valve is to deliver water consistently at a safe
temperature. In keeping with every other mechanism, it can’t be considered as functionally
infallible and as such, can’t totally replace a supervisor’s vigilance where that is necessary.
Provided it is installed, commissioned,operated and maintained within manufacturer’s
recommendations, the risk of failure, if not eliminated, is reduced to the minimum
achievable.
Bathstore thermostatic mixers are precision engineered and should give continued safe
and controlled performance, provided:
1. They are installed, commissioned, operated and maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommendations.
2. Periodic attention is given, when necessary, to maintain the product in good functional
order.
Caution!
Non-Return Valve
Inlet Connector /
Non-Return Valve Housing
Sealing Washer / Filter
CARTRIDGE MAINTANENCE
Limescale and debris can build up in the thermostatic cartridge over time. This can
affect the flow rate, temperature control, and can lead to leaks from the shower head.
We recommend that the cartridge is removes and cleaned in a 50/50 mix of water
and vinegar every 12 months to prevent these issues. Take care not to allow
the cartridge to soak in this solution for longer than an hour as the acid can affect
seals adversely
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Read all of these instructions.
Retain this guide for later use.
Pass on this guide in the event of change of ownership of the installation site.
Follow all warnings, cautions and instructions contained in this guide.
Anyone who may have diffculty understanding or operating the controls of any shower
should be attended whilst showering. Particular consideration should be given to the
young, the elderly, the infirm or anyone inexperienced in the correct operation of the
controls.
6. Rapid/Excessive movement of the flow and/or temperature control levers may result in
momentary unstable blend temperatures.
7. Care is required when adjusting flow or temperature, make sure that the temperature
has stabilised.
8. When this product has reached the end of its serviceable life, it should be disposed of
in a safe manner, in accordance with current local authority recycling, or waste disposal
policy.
hex screw
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hex wrench
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DIMENSIONS
CLEANING
The chrome plated parts should be cleaned using a mild washing up detergent or soap
solution, rinsed and then wiped dry with a soft cloth.
Warning! Many household cleaners contain abrasive and chemical substances, and
should not be used for cleaning plated or plastic fittings.
Do not use descalents on this product.
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G1/2
G3/4
NOTE: ALL DIMENSIONS IN MILLMETRES
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FILTERS
The sealing washers / filters are located in the inlet connector. Clean or renew as necessary.
LUBRICANTS
PACK CONTENTS
Tick the appropriate boxes to familiarise yourself
with the part names and to confirm that all of the
parts are included.
‰2 x Plugs
‰ 1 x Wall Bracket
‰1 x Fixing Screw
‰2 x Caps
Silicone based lubricants must only be used on the rubber seals.
Caution! Oil based or other lubricant types may cause rapid deterioration of seals.
1 x Riser Tube
1 x Showerhead Holder
‰ 1 x Showerhead
‰ 1 x Wall Bracket
‰1 x Fixing Screw
‰ 2 x Inlet Connectors
‰1 x Restrictor
‰ 1 x Shower Hose
& 2 x Seal Washer
‰ 2 x Concealing Plates
‰ 2 x Washers / Filters
‰ 1 x Thermostatic Bar Valve
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INSTALLATION
Suitable Plumbing Systems
Gravity Fed:
The thermostatic mixer must be fed from a cold water cistern (ususally fitted in the loft space)
and a hot cylinder(usually fitted in the airing cupboard) providing noimally pressures.
Gas Heated System:
The thermostatic mixer can be installed with a combination boiler.
FAULT DIAGNOSIS
Symptom:
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Cause / Rectification:
Unvented Mains Pressure System:
The thermostatic mixer can be installed with an unvented, stored hot water system.
Mains Pressurised Instantaneous Hot Water System:
The thermostatic mixer can be installed with systems of this type with balanced pressures.
Pumped System:
The thermostatic mixer can be installed with a inlet pumb (twin impeller). The pumb must be
installed on the floor next to the hot cylinder.
Symptom:
Cause / Rectification:
General
Installation must be carried out in accordance with these instructions, and must be conducted
by designated, qualifed and competent personnel. The installation must comply with the
“Water Supply Regulation 1999(Water Fittings)” or any particular regulations and practices,
specified by local water company or water undertakers.
Note! Make all site requirements correspond to the information given in section
‘Specification’.
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The mixer must not be installed in an area where may be freeze.
For stud partitions, alternative fixings may be required.
Isolation valves must be installed close to the mixer for ease of maintenance.
Pipeworks must be rigidly supported and avoid any strain on the connections.
Pipewok dead-legs should be kept to a minimum.
All pipework must be checked for leaks before the product installation is completed. The
product should be pressurised & the inlet & outlet conenctions inspected.
7. Do not overtighten the grubscrews as the product damage may occur. Use hexagonal
key provided and hand tighten only. Do not use powertools.
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Symptom:
Cause / Rectification:
Clean the thermostatic cartridge by following the instructions on P13,
and if this is unsuccessfulÿ replace the cartridge.
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OPERATION
INSTALLATION
Adjusting the Temperature
Thermostatic Bar Valve Installation
The temperature is controlled by rotating the temperature knob.
For safety reasons, the temperature is limited by an override stop. To obtain a higher
temperature, press the override button on the temperature knob and continue to rotate.
For the soild wall installation, the thermostatic bar vlave can be supported by the
pipework provided that it is securely fixed to the wall. For other wall types, some support
fittings(not supplied) should be used to help installation.
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1. Arrange the pipework, make sure that it is set at the correct distance apart
(150±25mm) and soildly fixed.
2. Apply suitable thread sealant (not supplied) and attach the offset connectors to the
pipework in the wall. The offset connectors must protrude between 25-30mm from the
finished wall.
Note ! Connections are Hot-left, Cold-right. This is very important as this product does
not allow for reverse.
Adjusting the Flow rate/Flow direction
Both the flow rate and flow direction are controlled by rotating the flow knob.
25 - 30 mm
½" BSP Female
Connection
Spirit Level
Offset
Connector
150mm
Tile
Support
Bracket
Pipework
Wall
Apply Silicone
Sealant to seal
hole in wall
OFF
Max flow
Handshower
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INSTALLATION
INSTALLATION
3. Tighten the offset connectors using a spanner on the spanner flats. Make sure the
connectors are level and set at correct distance apart, using the bar valve as a guide for
spacing.
4. Place the concealing plates onto the offset connectors until they come into contact
with the wall.
5. Caution! Make sure that the supply pipework is flushed before insatlling the bar
valve. Assemble the bar valve with a sealing washer/filter in each inlet and attach offset
connectors.
6. Tighten the connections using a suitable spanner.
7. Install the rigid riser assembly, go to section ‘Rigid Riser Assembly Installation’.
Cold
150 ±0.15 mm
Sealing
Washer / Filter
Rigid Riser Assembly Installation
1. Pressing the buttion, slide the showerhead holder over the rigid riser. In suitable position,
release the button to secure the holder.
2. Insert the rigid riser into the rigid riser overhead pipe and then screw the grub screw to
secure.
3. Locate the rigid riser rail into the valve outlet and the rigid riser overhead pipe into the
securing bracket, make sure that they are pushed fully home.
Important! Align the rigid riser overhead pipe with the securing bracket using the grub
screw. Then, using a spirit level make sure that the rigid riser rail is vertical and mark the
position of the fixing holes for the securing bracket on the wall.
Caution! Do not cut the rigid riser rail.
4. For solid walls drill the fixing holes for the securing bracket with a 6 mm drill and insert
the supplied wall plugs. For other types of wall structure alternative fixings may be
required(not supplied).
5. Secure the securing bracket to the wall using the supplied screws.
Spanner Flats
Plug Wall Bracket
Hot
6mm
1 Scerw
Fixing
Cap
Concealing Plates
Spirit Level
6mm
Plug
Fixing Scerw
Wall Bracket
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Cap
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