Bidet Monobloc
2 Hole SetWith
Wall Mounted
No Waste
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
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).
For any further information please email
Or visit our web-site at www.adora-bathrooms.co.uk
The manufacturer reserves the right to make technical
modifications without prior notice.
Please read these instructions carefully and keep in a safe place for further
Before installing the new mixer, it is essential that you thoroughly flush
through the supply pipes in order to remove any remaining swarf, solder or
other impurities. Failure to carry out this simple procedure could cause
problems or damage to the working of the mixer.
These hints are prepared in your guidance; you must exercise due care at all
times. We do not accept responsibility for any problems that may occur through
incorrect installation .
Preparations and bylaw requirements
These taps are single flow so the hot and cold water mix in the body. Water Bylaws
require that where hot water is supplied from tank and cold from mains, non return
valves are fitted on both hot and cold pipes as close as possible to the tap. These
are not supplied. Where combination boilers are fitted, it is only necessary to shut
off the incoming mains and turn the boiler off and non return valves are not
All taps are manufactured using materials tested and approved under the Water
Bylaws Scheme and comply with requirements of European standard EN817 where
Minimum/Maximum working pressure
These taps are only suitable for high and low pressure installations. They are fitted
with a quarter turn ceramic disc headwork which provides a smooth movement. The
minimum work pressure is 0.2bar. The maximum work pressure is 5bar. If the mains
pressure is over 5bar, a pressure reducing valve should be fitted.
General Installation Requirement
The installation must comply with regulations of the Local Water Authority as
contained in their bylaws. All of the taps in this range are single flow (the hot and
cold water mix in the body) and therefore should be supplied with hot and cold
water at balanced pressures. If the taps are not supplied balanced pressures then
the mixer will not function correctly. It will also be necessary to fit non-return
valves on both the hot and cold feeds. It is very important that all pipework is
flushed thoroughly after installation to avoid damaging the ceramic discs.
Pipe clip
Wall plug
First shut off your water heating system, then with your mains stop cock
closed, open the lowest cold and hot taps in the house and allow to run until
the cold storage tank and pipes are empty (the hot storage cylinder always
remains full).
Fitting isolating valve to inlet feeds is recommended for ease of maintenance.
Note: Remember to turn off mains water supply before connecting to
any existing pipe work.
Remove the olive and compression nut.
Remove the washer and nut.
Fit the spout flange over the spout.
Insert the spout in the hole on the wall. In the rear, slide the washer over the
spout tail and then secure the spout by screwing the nut.
Slide the spout flange to make it close to the wall.
Secure the hot/cold control valve on the wall by screws and wall plugs.
Slide the controller flange over the controller and make it close to the wall.
Attach the handle(handle lever, grub screw and handle body) to the
Spout flange
1.The supplied screws/wall plugs may be not suitable for your wall, please
choose correct screws/fittings according to wall type.
2.If hose is used to connect spout and controller, the olive and compression
are not needed.
Compression nut
Controller flange
Please use the key to remove aerator from spout if required.
Handle body
Grub screw
Handle lever
Cleaning the cartridge
The concealed cartridge should give
trouble free service, but in the event
of any problem, service is straight
The chrome plate we use on our taps is very durable, nevertheless care
should be taken when cleaning. It should be cleaned only with warm soapy
water followed by rinsing with clean water and drying with a soft cloth. All
finishes are vulnerable to acid attack and some strong substances such as
household cleaners, disinfectants, denture cleaners, hair dyes, wine making
and photographic chemicals can cause surface to go black or peel.
To remove the cartridge
Unscrew the handle lever and then
use a suitable hex key (not supplied)
to loosen the grub screw, but do not
remove it. Pull off the handle body.
Unscrew the dome cap. Loosen the
headwork using an adjustable
spanner (not supplied). Take the
cartridge out and wash it with clean
r u n n i n g w a t e r. M a k e s u r e a n y
trapped debris has been removed.
Dry and lightly grease the seal (only
use silicone grease). Refit the
cartridge followed by the retaining
cover, dome cap and handle.
Retaining cover
Dome cap
Handle body
Grub screw
Handle lever
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