tempomatic 4 - MacDonald Industries

tempomatic 4 - MacDonald Industries
MACDONALD INDUSTRIES LIMITED
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
TEMPOMATIC 4
490006, 440006, 443406
Electronic Mixers/Taps with integrated battery
Appliance in conformity with European Rules 89/336/CEE 102.
Thoroughly flush the pipes to remove
any impurities before installing and
commissioning the mixing valve.
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TEMPOMATIC 4
MACDONALD INDUSTRIES LIMITED
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATION
• Valve opens and closes automatically when
hands are presented in the detection zone.
Comfort shut-off delay is 3 seconds.
• Anti-blocking safety: a safety delay ensures
the valve closes after 30 seconds in case of
neglect or if an obstacle is placed in the
detection field. Once the obstacle is removed
the valve operation will reset automatically.
• Anti-Legionella duty flush: automatic duty flush
~ 45 seconds every 24 hours after the last use.
TECHNICAL FEATURES
• Non-return valves 1 (fig. A) are integrated
into the exibles (do not remove).
• Ambient temperature for operation 7°C
minimum.
INSTALLATION
• The plug hole should be off-set from the axis
of the sensor detection zone 2 (fig. A, B) to
avoid self-detection.
• IMPORTANT: Maximum temperature of
water supplied: 70°C.
• Deck-mounted models: drill a Ø 34mm
hole, mount the mixer/tap then tighten the
two screws onto the fixing flange 3 (fig. A).
Ensure a suitable waterproof seal between
the mixer and the work plan appropriate to
the type of installation.
• It is essential to install the filters supplied
5 (fig. A), to protect the non-return valves
in the mixer. Do not install any additional
washers .
• Connect the stopcocks 6 (fig. A) to the hot
and cold or mixed water supply.
• Balance the pressure between the hot and
cold water (∆ P<1bar). Recommended
pressure: 1 - 5 bar. Maximum pressure: 8 bar.
Take care not to pinch the flexibles (fig. C).
• Wall-mounted models: once the base is
fixed to the wall, loosen the grub screw
4 (fig. B, F), mount the spout in the correct
axis of flow then re-tighten the grub screw
4 (fig. B, F).
ANTI-SCALDING SAFETY DUE TO
TEMPERATURE LIMITATION (on mixers)
The mixer is pre-set at the factory with the
temperature limiter engaged, to disengage:
• Loosen the grub screw 7 (fig. A) using a
4mm Allen key and remove the mixing key
8 (fig. A).
• Pry upwards with a flat-headed screw driver
9 (fig. E) e.g. to remove the coloured
limiter 10 (fig. E).
Note: For the UK and Ireland, in healthcare
and high risk applications, the temperature
limiter must be disengaged and a certied
thermostatic mixing valve used to provide a
safe hot water temperature.
ADJUSTING THE FLOW RATE
The flow rate is pre-set at the factory at 3 lpm
(at 3 bar). Adjust directly on the flow
straightener (with adjustable flow rate) using a
2.5mm Allen key:
- notch n°1 = 3 lpm (at 3 bar).
- notch n°2 = 4 lpm (at 3 bar).
- notch n°3 = 5 lpm (at 3 bar).
REMEMBER
• Our mixers/taps must be installed by
professional installers in accordance with
current regulations and recommendations
in your country, and the specications of the
fluid engineer.
• Sizing the pipes correctly will avoid problems
of flow rate, pressure loss and unwanted
noise (see calculation table in the brochure
and online at www.delabie.com).
• Protect the installation with filters, waterhammer absorbers and pressure reducers to
reduce the frequency of maintenance
(recommended pressure: 1 to 5 bar).
• Install stopcocks close to the mixer to
facilitate maintenance.
• The pipework, stopcocks, bib taps and all
sanitary fittings should be checked at least
once a year, and more frequently if
necessary.
TEMPOMATIC 4
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MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING
•C
leaning chrome Do not use abrasive,
chlorine or acid-based cleaning products.
Clean with soapy water using a cloth or a
sponge.
•F
rost protection Drain the pipes and
operate the mixer several times to drain
any remaining water.
MAINTENANCE
• Mixer: regularly check (as often as
necessary) the temperature selector and
the mixer’s two internal seats on which the
mixing key turns. Replace as necessary.
Replacing the solenoid valve:
• Shut-off the hot and cold water supply.
• Deck-mounted models and wall-mounted
TEMPOMATIC 4: loosen the screw
11 (fig. D) using a 2.5mm Allen key without removing it totally, and remove the cap
13 (fig. D) by rotating slightly downwards.
• Wall-mounted TEMPOMATIC 3: Loosen
the screw 12 (fig. F) using a 2.5mm Allen
key without removing it totally, and remove
the spout (fig. F).
• Remove the electronic unit 14 (fig. D, F)
and disconnect the connector 15 (fig. D, F).
• Using a 17mm socket 16 (fig. D, F) for
TEMPOMATIC 3, and 13mm for
TEMPOMATIC 4, unscrew the solenoid
valve 17 (fig. D, F).
• Install the new solenoid valve and
carefully tighten, ensuring that the thread
is not damaged.
• Reconnect the connector 15 (fig. D, F) to
the electronic unit without replacing the
unit.
• Reconnect the water supply and check that
the valve opens/closes by activating the
electronic cell. Check that the solenoid
valve is watertight inside the mixer body.
If there are any leaks, gently tighten the
solenoid valve.
• Replace the electronic unit and the cap.
• Deck-mounted models and wall-mounted
TEMPOMATIC 4: Carefully tighten the
screw 11 (fig. D).
• Wall-mounted TEMPOMATIC 3 mural:
Carefully tighten the screws 12 (fig. F) on
the wall-mounted TEMPOMATIC 3.
Replacing the 6V Lithium battery:
• Low battery life 18 (fig. G, H), will prevent
the solenoid valve operating and cause the
LED, sited on the sensor on TEMPOMATIC
4 or on the TEMPOMATIC 3 electronic
model, to blink for 15 days.
• Using a 2.5mm Allen key: loosen the
screws 11 (fig. G, H) without fully removing
them and remove the cap 13 (fig. G, H) by
rotating slightly downwards.
• Remove the electronic unit 14 (fig. G, H).
• Loosen the screw/s 19 (fig. G, H) (1 screw
on the TEMPOMATIC 3, 2 screws on the
TEMPOMATIC 4) to change the battery,
leaving the washer in place.
• Replace the assembly, carefully tightening
the screws 11 (fig. G, H) (taking care not to
damage the sensor).
Auckland (Head Office)
20 Carr Rd, Three Kings
Auckland 1041
P: 09 624 1115
F: 09 624 1110
E: [email protected]
Wellington
P: 04 569 8033
F: 04 569 8066
Christchurch
P: 03 348 2356
F: 03 348 2376
www.macdonaldindustries.co.nz
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