ES Series Surgical Scrub Sinks

INSTRUCTION MANUAL
E47 Model
E25 Model
E76 Model
ES Series Surgical Scrub Sinks
Installation - Operation - Maintenance - Cleaning
OSHPD
Pre-Approved
C
Read and understand all of the instructions and safety information in
this manual before operating this product.
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11/2017
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DESCRIPTION OF PRODUCT
This manual covers manual knee operated and Infrared self-activated Economy Scrub Sink models • ES25 - single basin
• ES47 - double basin
• ES76 - triple basin
PURPOSE OF THIS MANUAL
This user manual details the installation, operation maintenance and cleaning of the MAC Medical Economy
Scrub Sinks. This manual also contains general specifications, warnings and cautions.
Table of Contents
Warnings and Cautions Icon Key 3
General Specifications 4
Installation Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Single Basin Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Double Basin Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Triple Basin Installing and Operating the Soap Spout 5
6
7
8
9
Connect Drain Pipe to Drain and Plumbing to Water Lines 10
Plumbing Install Instructions 10
Adjusting Mixing Valve Temperature 11
Troubleshooting Plumbing Replacement Parts for Manual Knee Operated and Infrared Self-Activated Sink Plumbing Infrared Controls (for Infrared Self-Activated Sinks only) Installation 11
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Operation 13
Optional Add-ons 14
Instructions for Cleaning Stainless Steel Economy Sinks 15
Limited Lifetime Warranty 16
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Warnings and Cautions Icon Key
The following is a list identifying the various warning and caution icons used in this manual.
Icon Type
Icon
Description
Warnings
(Red triangle with an exclamation point) indicate the potential for
minor to severe injuries up to and including death to personnel.
Cautions
(Yellow triangle with an exclamation point) indicate the potential
minor injury to personnel and damage to equipment.
Note: The exclamation point will not be visible where only equipment
damage is present.
Burn Hazard Warnings
(Yellow triangle with radiating lines) indicate a potential burn injury to
personnel.
(Yellow triangle with a lightning bolt) indicate a possible shock hazard
is present.
Electrical Warnings
Severe shock hazards shall be a lightning bolt in a red triangle.
Warnings and Cautions When Installing or Operating This Product
Prior to installation or operation, the user must read these warnings and cautions.
The following is a list of the safety precautions that must be observed when operating this equipment.
WARNING-INJURY HAZARD REPAIRS AND ADJUSTMENTS should be only attempted by experienced service agents fully acquainted with
this equipment. The use of inexperienced, unqualified persons to service the equipment, or the installation of
unauthorized parts, could cause serious personal injury, or result in costly damage. Always unplug power cord
from power source prior to attempting any repairs or servicing.
WARNING - Burn Hazard
DO NOT CHANGE temperature settings on thermostatic mixing valve, unless you are a trained mechanic.
ANY REPAIR or modification of mixing valve may affect the high temperature setting. The installer must check
operating temperature before sink is back in operation.
CAUTION-POSSIBLE EQUIPMENT DAMAGE When cleaning the sink - See complete Cleaning Instructions in this manual.
NOTE: This product is to be used strictly for the purpose it was designed for. If this product is used in a manner
not specified by MAC Medical, the protection provided by the equipment may be impaired. MAC Medical
disclaims all liability for the consequences of this product being used for purposes other than its intended
design. Product modification or misuse can be dangerous. MAC Medical disclaims all liability for the
consequences of product alterations or modifications, as well as for the consequences which might result
from the combination of this product with other products, whether supplied by MAC Medical or by or by other
manufacturers, unless such a combination has been specifically endorsed by MAC Medical.
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General Specifications
1. Material:
a. Sink basin and sink top: 14 gauge, 300 series stainless steel
b. Sink skirt: 18 gauge, 300 series stainless steel.
2. Plumbing Material
a. 1/2” copper or brass pipe
3. Utility requirements:
a. Cold water - 20 to 50 psig 70 deg F max
b. Hot water - 20 to 50 psig 120 deg F to 140 deg F
c. Water lines should be flushed clean before water connections are made.
d. It shall be the customers responsibility:
• to ensure by use of pressure regulators or other means, that maximum specified pressures are not
exceeded.
• to ensure that water supplies are properly protected for internal cross connection control in
accordance with local building and plumbing requirements.
• to eliminate water hammer conditions should they occur in the service piping.
4. Power requirements (for sinks with infrared sensor operations)
a. 120 Volt, 60 Hz, single phase, 15 amp GFIC protected electrical outlet (by others), installed per local
building codes.
5. Sink Weight
a. Single basin - 130 lbs
b. Double basin - 230 lbs
c. Triple basin - 320 lbs
6. Sink Certifications
a. UL and cUL certified
b. California OSHPD pre-approved when mounted on a structurally sound wall.
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Installation
1. Uncrating A. Carefully uncrate the scrub sink. The mounting hardware is under the sink, secured to the shipping
materials. Be sure to remove all hardware before discarding packaging.
2. Check water supply and waste terminal locations A. Be sure all connections are safely accessible to the sink and in proper working condition. NOTE: For
proper sink operation the hot water temperature must be 120 degree F.
B. Install sink near a hot water source.
3. Infrared sensor activated sinks will also need to be near a 110/120V outlet power source.
4. Attach wall mount sink support brackets A. Attach the “Z” bracket(s) to the wall. Recommended mounting specifications shown on page 6,
page 7 and page 8.
B. IMPORTANT: For wall mounted units, the wall structure must be capable of supporting the load.
5. Install the soap spout on the sink (See page 9).
6. Mount the sink body to the Z Brackets attached to the wall A. With the help of an assistant, slide the sink over the “Z” bracket(s) until it locks securely into place (Fig.
1 - Fig. 2, Z brackets shown in green).
7. Connect the drain pipe to the drain
8. Connect the water supply to the plumbing and set the temperature on the mixing valve (page 10).
Fig. 2: Z brackets on sink
Fig. 1: Cross section showing Z brackets locations
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Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Single Basin
635mm
25"
406.40mm
16"
BOTH
Z BRACKETS
CL
203.20mm
8"
BROKEN OUT SECTIONS
TO SHOW Z BRACKET
(SUPPLIED WITH SINK)
7.14mm
9/32"
2X
HOLE IN BRACKET
330.20mm
13"
429.71mm
16 29/32"
136.78mm
5 25/64"
1054.13mm
41 1/2"
Z BRACKET
HEIGHT
75.28mm
2 31/32"
723.93mm
28 1/2"
LOWER Z BRACKET
HEIGHT
HW
364.87mm
14 23/64"
DR
100.06mm
3 15/16"
598.73mm
23 9/16"
TYPICAL UTILITY
CONNECTION POINT
(HW, DR, CW)
CW
122.24mm
4 13/16"
501.65mm
19 3/4"
6" TAIL PIECE
(SUPPLIED WITH SINK)
342.90mm
13 1/2"
91.24mm
342.90mm
13 1/2"
FINISHED FLOOR
3 19/32"
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Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Double Basin
WALL SURFACE
1193.80mm
47"
149.23mm
5 7/8"
406.40mm
16"
406.40mm
16"
7.14mm
9/32"
8X
Hole in Bracket
Broken Out Sections
Show Z Brackets
(Supplied with Sink)
228.17mm
8 63/64"
330.20mm
13"
91.24mm
3 19/32"
1054.22mm
41 1/2"
Upper Z Bracket
Height
724.02mm
28 1/2"
Lower Z Bracket
Height
HW
DR
CW
HW
DR
554.99mm
21 27/32"
554.99mm
21 27/32"
77.06mm
3 1/32"
598.73mm
23 9/16"
429.83mm
16 15/16"
DRAIN
CL
Typical Utility
Connection Point
(HW, DR, CW)
6" TAIL PIECE
(SUPPLIED WITH SINK)
CW
228.17mm
8 63/64"
424.59mm
16 23/32"
122.24mm
4 13/16"
501.65mm
19 3/4"
101.98mm
4 1/64"
342.90mm
13 1/2"
FINISH FLOOR
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Recommended Mounting Specifications and Water Supply Locations - Triple Basin
685.80mm
27"
171.45mm
63"
4
Broken Out Sections
Show Z Brackets
(supplied with Sink)
WALL SURFACE
1930.40mm
76"
685.80mm
27"
[7.14mm]
8X Ø 9/32”
Hole in Brackets
330.20mm
13"
229.97mm
9 1 "
16
1054.22mm
41 1 "
2
Upper Z Bracket
Height
724.02mm
1
"
28
2
Lower Z Bracket
Height
HW
DR
424.59mm
16 23 "
32
HW
DR
CW
HW
91.24mm
Drain
C
L
6” Tail Piece
(supplied with sink)
CW
DR
75.27mm
2 31 "
32
3X 3 19 "
32
122.24mm
644.93mm
25 13 "
32
644.93mm
25 13 "
32
3X 4 13 "
16
644.93mm
25 13 "
32
644.93mm
25 13 "
32
598.73mm
23 9 "
16
428.74mm
16 7 "
8
228.07mm
8 31 "
32
501.65mm
14 3 "
4
Typical Utility
Connector Point
(HW, DR, CW)
101.98mm
4 1"
64
342.90mm
13 1 "
2
FINISH FLOOR
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Installing and Operating the Soap Spout
To prevent damage during shipment, the soap dispenser is stored inside the
sink basin. Soap Dispenser tubing is also included. The dispenser spout should
be installed before hanging the sink.
1. To install - remove the bushing (Fig. 3 - Item 3 shown in green).
2. Feed the spout (item 1) through the small hole at the top of the sink (Fig.
4). The nut (item 2) should rest on top of the sink.
3. Re-install the bushing onto the spout from inside the cabinet (Fig. 5).
4. Attach the soap tubing to the spout and soap pump (circled in red) as
shown in Fig. 6 and Fig. 7.
Fig. 3: Soap Spout with nut and bushing
To Operate the Soap Pump - press the soap spout down repeatedly to start
the flow of the soap.
Fig. 4: Install Soap Spout
Fig. 6: Install soap dispenser tubing
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Fig. 5: Secure spout with bushing
Fig. 7: Close-up of soap pump with tubing attached
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Connect Drain Pipe to Drain and Plumbing to Water Lines
Local building or plumbing codes may require modifications to the information provided. You are
required to consult the local building and plumbing codes prior to installation. If the information provided here
is not consistent with local building or plumbing codes, the local codes should be followed. This product must
be installed by a licensed contractor in accordance with local codes and ordinances.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH PROPER INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS COULD CONTRIBUTE
TO VALVE FAILURE.
This hot water master tempering valve cannot be used for tempering water temperature at fixtures. Severe
bodily injury (i.e., scalding or chilling) and/or death may result depending upon system water pressure changes
and/or supply water temperature changes. ASSE standard 1016, 1069 or 1070 listed devices should be used at
fixtures to prevent possible injury.
This hot water tempering valve is designed to be installed at or near the boiler or water heater. They are not
designed to compensate for system pressure fluctuations and should not be used where ASSE standard 1016,
1069 or 1070 devices are required. These valves should never be used to provide “anti-scald” or “anti-chill”
service.
The components of the system must be of materials with a construction capable of withstanding the high limit
output temperatures of the water heating source.
Need for Periodic Inspection and Yearly Maintenance: Periodic inspection and yearly maintenance by a
licensed contractor is required. Corrosive water conditions, temperatures over 200°F, unauthorized adjustments
or repair could render the valve ineffective for service intended. Regular checking and cleaning of the valve’s
internal components and check stops helps assure maximum life and proper product function. Frequency of
cleaning and inspection depends upon local water conditions.
Plumbing Install Instructions
Plumbing Installation should be in accordance with accepted plumbing practices. Installation and field
adjustment are the responsibility of the installer.
1. Flush all pipes thoroughly before installation.
1. Connect sink drain pipe to drain connection.
2. Close both hot and cold water shutoff valves upstream of the tempering valve.
3. Bleed pressure from the system.
4. Route copper tubing or piping to fit valve dimensions.
5. Remove tailpieces from the valve and make sure union nuts are over the tubing/piping before connecting
to the tailpiece.
A. Note: If soldering, remove unions and gaskets from valve body prior to soldering to prevent damage to
valve from excessive heat.
6. Flush piping again, install valve using filter gasket on hot and cold water inlets and fiber gasket on mixed
water outlet.
7. Turn on the cold and hot water. If any leaks are observed, tighten connections as necessary to stop leaks
before proceeding.
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Adjusting Mixing Valve Temperature
The supplied mixing valve is factory pre-set to 120ºF (49ºC). The valve temperature adjust range: 90°- 160°
F (32°C to 71°C). Maximum hot water temperature: 200°F (93°C). Temperture setting (within the valve
adjustment range) to be determined by local installation requirements.
8. Let the water flow for at least two minutes to allow supply temperature to stabilize.
9. Place a thermometer in the outlet water stream.
10. Loosen handle screw with hex wrench.
11. Handle must be lifted 1/4” to adjust temperature. Rotate handle clockwise to decrease temperature and
counter-clockwise to increase the temperature.
12. Lower handle and tighten screw.
13. Check for outlet temperature.
A. Note: Pressure differential between hot & cold water supplies must be less then 25%.
Turn
Hotter
Colder
Hex Wrench
Unscrew, Lift Cap
to Adjust
Fig. 9: Adjusting temperature on Mixing Valve
Fig. 8: View of Mixing Valve on sink
Troubleshooting Plumbing
• Fluctuating or erratic hot water temperature at fixture:
○○ Unbalanced Pressure. Install balancing or throttling valve at the hot and cold water supplies and adjust
accordingly for demand.
• Hot water backing up into cold water line:
○○ Hot water pressure is higher than cold water pressure. Examine check valves for dirt & debris, clean as
necessary.
• Cannot adjust water temperature to desired temperature:
○○ Install balancing or throttling valve at the hot and cold water supplies and adjust accordingly for
demand.
• High pressure drop through the tempering valve:
○○ Valve undersized. Install larger thermostatic tempering valve.
• Insufficient hot water during peak demand:
○○ Check flow requirement during peak demand period. Use larger thermostatic tempering valve.
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Replacement Parts for Manual Knee Operated and Infrared Self-Activated Sink Plumbing
Both plumbing configurations shown below indicate which parts are replaceable. See table below for
replacement part numbers.
Fig. 11: Infrared self-activated sink plumbing
Fig. 10: Manual knee operated sink plumbing
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Item #
1
Description
Item #
Spout
Knee Operated
Part #
Item #
Infrared Activated
for both knee operated or infrared activated plumbing
Part #
SS0132-01
2
1/2” Balance Flow
Control Valve
S0024
2
Solenoid Valve (for
Infrared)
S0013
3
Knee Operated
Water Valve
S0029
3
Infrared Sensor
S0012
4
Thermostatic
Mixing Valve
for both knee operated or infrared activated plumbing
5
Swivel Aerator
for both knee operated or infrared activated plumbing
S0032
6
Soap Spout
for both knee operated or infrared activated plumbing
S0041
7
Soap Pump Kit
for both knee operated or infrared activated plumbing
S0028
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Infrared Controls (for Infrared Self-Activated Sinks only)
Installation
The sinks are supplied with a 24V power transformer(s) that connects to a standard duplex outlet (110/120V
outlet required).
Single basin sinks have one sensor, dual basin sinks have two sensors (one for each basin) and triple basin sinks
have three sensors (one for each basin).
1. Plug the transformer(s) into the outlet.
2. A red LED will flash in the sensor window (Fig. 12 - circled in red).
A. Important: Do not interrupt the sensor beam until the light turns off.
Operation
The sensors are pre-set and equipped with a logic board. The sensors determines the range during initialization
period (The time after initial power until the light turns off is approximately 5 minutes). The range is approximately
12-14” in front of the sensor and is 25 degrees at peak.
During the initialization period, the sensors allow for fixed objects that may be within the sensors’ range. The
sensors are equipped with a 2 second on/off delay, and no-time-out feature. This prevents the sink from turning
on when walking past at a normal pace and no-time-out allows for an uninterrupted scrub.
Fig. 12: Infrared sensor on sink front
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Optional Add-ons
An electronic sink timer kit (Fig. 13 - S0202-EST-KT) can be purchased and installed on economy sinks.
The installation would require some alteration in the plumbing configuration. The installation instructions are
covered in our MAN-028 which is available on our website (http://macmedical.com/) under Resources Technical Publications - Manuals.
Fig. 13: Sink Timer Kit
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Instructions for Cleaning Stainless Steel Economy Sinks
Stainless steel sinks must be cleaned on a regular basis to prevent any unnecessary damage to the stainless
steel surfaces.
When cleaning Ssainless steel sinks, make sure to use the proper approved cleaning agents and cleaning
materials.
CAUTION
DO NOT USE these Cleaning Materials
CAUTION
DO NOT USE these Cleaning Agents
Abrasive Pads
Hard Water (water with a pH reading above 7.0).
Scrapers
Hydrochloric Acid
Steel Wool
Steam or high pressure water
Wire Brushes
Bleach or any compounds containing chlorine or Soldium
hypochlorate, or ammonium chloride salts.
Approved cleaning materials and agents
• Soft, clean lint-free cloth
• Non-abrasive cleaning pads
• Soft bristle brush
• Mild detergents
• Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda)
• Distilled water (pH rating 7) alone or with a mild detergent
• White vinegar (in a spray bottle)
• Isopropyl Alcohol
• Hospital-grade non-bleach disinfectants
• Cleaners approved for use on stainless steel
Cleaning Stainless Steel Surfaces
1. Using a damp, lint-free cloth and approved cleaner, wipe down the entire exterior surface of the stainless
steel sinks. Using a damp, lint-free cloth with distilled water and a mild detergent, wipe down the entire
exterior surface of the stainless steel sinks.
2. Let cleaned sinks air dry.
Cleaning Decals or Printed Labels
• Use only distilled water and a mild detergent applied with a clean, dry lint-free cloth to clean decals or
printed labels.
• Cleaning agents can remove or smear any printing from decals and print labels.
• Cleaning agents can damage plastic materials used in manufacturing covers for electronic items such as
infrared sensor face.
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Limited Lifetime Warranty
MAC Medical warrants to the original purchaser that its Proprietary Products will be free from
defects in workmanship or materials under normal use and service for the life of the product, so
long as owned by the original purchaser, according to the limitations set forth below.
Defective products shall be repaired or replaced at MAC Medical’s option at no cost to the
original purchaser provided:
1. The customer must obtain a written return authorization supplied by MAC Medical’s
customer service department. The product must be returned, properly packaged, with a
copy of the original sales receipt and copy of the RMA authorization. Please call (877) 8289975 or (618) 476-3550 to receive a return authorization.
2. The customer must pre-pay freight charges to and from MAC Medical and must ship
merchandise properly packaged, in a way the product will not be damaged during transit
to the factory. MAC Medical does not warranty any freight damage to or from the factory. It
is the customer’s responsibility to inspect the product for packaging damage before signing
the BOL.
This warranty does not apply to products, which have been subject to abuse, misuse, accident,
modification, alteration, tampering, negligence, lack of routine maintenance or misapplication;
or products that have been repaired by other than MAC Medical or its authorized
representatives.
This warranty does not apply to glass, fabrics, vinyl, seat coverings, cushions, padding or their
stitching, gluing or installation. Component parts not manufactured by MAC Medical, such
as casters, caster inserts, any components made from rubber or plastic, circuit boards, fan
heaters, plumbing parts, electrical switches and other components are also excluded. For
these component parts, MAC Medical will pass on the original manufacturer’s warranty to
MAC Medical equipment original purchasers. Please consult factory for questions regarding
the warranties of these component parts. This warranty does not apply to custom fabricated
products. Consult factory.
UNLESS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH IN THIS WARRANTY, THERE ARE NO OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF FITNESS AND / OR MERCHANTABILITY OR ANY OTHER WARRANTY IMPLIED
BY CUSTOM, USAGE OR COURSE OF DEALING.
Liability of MAC Medical under this warranty is limited to the repair and / or replacement of any
products. MAC Medical specifically excludes and disclaims any responsibility for any incidental
or consequential damages claimed to have arisen from any defect in workmanship or materials.
No representative has any authority to change or enlarge the above warranty or MAC Medical
liability. This document supersedes all previous warranty provisions.
To place an order, contact our customer service
department at 618-476-3550 or 877-828-9975 or
by email at sales@macmedical.com
Customer needs are our first priority.
MAC Medical, Inc.
Printed in USA
Publication No. MAN-009 Rev C
November 2017
Information regarding this product is
subject to change without prior notice.
Corporate Office
325 West Main Street
Belleville, IL 62220
Manufacturing Plant
820 South Mulberry Street
Millstadt, IL 62260
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