Brita 3 way Ceto filter tap chrome

Brita 3 way Ceto filter tap chrome
Filter tap chrome
Size
Filter tap chrome
Code
Dimensions
4B8020
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Luxury Taps and Mixers
Pegler Yorkshire Customcare 5 Year Guarantee - Terms and Conditions
Product are subject to a 5 year guarantee that is between Pegler Yorkshire and the final purchaser of the
product.
The guarantee is subject to proof of purchase being supplied.
This guarantee does not affect any statutory rights the consumer may have in law.
The guarantee covers manufacturing or material defects and does not cover parts subject to normal wear
and tear.
Finishes other than chrome are covered for a period of 3 years only and the guarantee on the finish is
subject to the cleaning instructions being followed.
The guarantee is not applicable where the product is fitted contrary to the conditions in the fitting
instructions.
Abusive behaviour and accidental damage to the product are not covered by this guarantee.
The extent of this liability is limited to the cost of the replacement of the defective item and not to fitting or
consequential damages.
Care
To maintain the surface finish, simply wipe occasionally with a mild detergent on a soft damp cloth. Dry,
using a soft cloth. Never use abrasive cleaners or chemical household cleaners and avoid contact with
concentrated bleach.
Maintenance
No regular maintenance is required for this product.
In case of complete replacement Pegler recommend service valves should be fitted to the supply inlets.
For any further help or replacement parts please contact the Service Support Team on 0800 1560050.
59 Nipple (Groove x Thread)
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Telephone: Phone +44 (0) 844 243 4400 Fax: +44 (0) 844 243 9870 Website: www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk
Registered office : Pegler Yorkshire Group Ltd, St Catherine's Ave, Doncaster, S Yorkshire, DN4 8DF Company no : 00401507
You’re Guide to the Installation, Care and
Maintenance of
3-Way Struana and 3-Way Ceto dispensers
Struana
Chrome Plate
4B8050
Ceto
Chrome Plate 4B8020
Brushed Nickel 4B8021
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS:
The Francis Pegler/ BRITA Inline filter dispenser with BRITA P 1000 filter cartridge is
designed to improve the taste and appearance of mains treated tap water for the
preparation of hot and cold drinks and food.
The BRITA P 1000 water filter cartridge must only be connected to a potable cold
water supply. Do not use a BRITA filter where water is microbiologically unsafe, or
with waters of unknown quality without appropriate sterilisation.
WATER SOFTENERS. This product can be fitted alongside a water softener. Please
refer to the additional installation instructions on page 10. Softened water should not
be put through the BRITA filter cartridge.
The 3-Way Struana and 3-Way Ceto models have been designed to function under
the following conditions.
Ambient temperature operation 4 C - 40 C
Storage/transport: -20 - 50 C
Minimum supply pressure on cold side: 1.0 bar (cartridge optimum pressure
2bar)
Maximum supply pressure on cold side: 6.0 bar
Minimum supply pressure on hot side: 0.1 bar
Maximum supply pressure on hot side: 6.0 bar
Water temperature on cold side 4°C - 30°C
In order to provide a consistent flow, supplies of hot and cold water to the sink
mixer should be at equal (balanced pressure)
To gain the best performance from the BRITA filter cartridge, please ensure
that the cartridge is not exposed to temperatures below 4 C or in excess of
30 C
Water regulations requirements
It is important to ensure that the water supply to your 3-Way Struana or 3 way Ceto is
connected in accordance with the water regulations (WRAS) requirements and good
plumbing practice.
It is a water regulation requirement to fit double check valves on the inlets of your
current kitchen taps, especially if the water is single flow and therefore mixes within
the spout or body of the tap. The 3-Way Struana and the 3-Way Ceto are single flow
dispensers and require non-return valves to be fitted in order to comply with these
regulations.
For installation in-line with these regulations it is both BRITA and Pegler‘s
recommendation and good plumbing practice that the supplies of hot and cold water
to the sink mixer should be at equal (balanced) pressures in order to provide a
consistent flow. Supplies should be from a common source, either mains or tank fed
but if supplies are not equal pressures then non-return valves should be fitted (not
supplied). To achieve this please order Pegler Prestex 802 check valve: order
reference code 551001 (15mm).
It is both Pegler and BRITA‘s recommendation and good plumbing practice that a
service valve should also be installed in both the inlet supply lines upstream of the
product, for ease of any future maintenance.
To satisfy this requirement and that stated above we recommend you fit Pegler
Prestex 8028 combined double check valve and service valve: order reference code
551020(15mm)
A design-tested non-return valve pursuant to DIN 3269-1/DIN 3269—2 DVGW and
SVGW has been factory-fitted at the water inlet of the connecting fitting.
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS:
1. Ensure that there is sufficient space to install the product:
a) Above the sink – make certain that the positioning of the dispenser allows
sufficient space for movement of tap handles and for the water to flow directly
into the sink.
b) Below the sink - make certain that there is sufficient space for the cartridge to
be securely mounted and enough space for the cartridge to be easily replaced for
exchange. Note the cartridge can be positioned vertically with bracket or
horizontally without bracket (e.g. placed on shelf). Cartridge dimensions
(including filter head) are 27cm height x 12cm width x 13cm depth plus an
allowance of 8cm vertically down for easy removal.
2. When installing the 3-Way Struana or 3-Way Ceto the hot inlet should be on
the left hand side and the cold on the right hand side and the filter handle
facing the front.
PARTS LIST & DIAGRAM OF WHOLE SYSTEM LINKED
Parts List
Description
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Complete Dispenser Assembly
Base Flange
LED indicator Cable
Inlet Hoses x 2
Clamping Stud
Clamping Plate
Clamping Nut
Check Valve Housing
Battery
Battery Tray
PCB Unit
Bracket
Filter Head
BRITA P 1000 water filter cartridge
Filter Hose
Separate Hose
Pegler Yorkshire Spares
Code
Not Available
854290
854659
854291
854660
854662
854286
854661
Call 0845 0770 035
Call 0845 0770 035
Call 0845 0770 035
854283
854283
Please Note: Other spares are
available. Please visit
www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk for a
more comprehensive spares
breakdown
I
C
A
K
J
L
O
B
M
E
H
F
P
C
G
D
N
INSTALLATION
For Struana and Ceto BRITA Filter dispenser
1. Choose a suitable location for the cartridge, no more than 0.75 meters from
the base of the dispenser. At this point do not assemble the cartridge to the
filter head.
If, due to the positioning of the cartridge, there appears to be excess tube it is
NOT recommended that it be cut due to the exacting requirements of the cut
finish. It is preferable to fix the excess tube around the inside of the cupboard to
ensure it is kept out of the way.
2. Turn off the water supply to the taps and drain down the system if necessary.
3. Remove the old kitchen tap by disconnecting any flexible hoses or copper
tails from the domestic supply.
4. Once the old tap is removed clean around the sink tap hole ensuring it is free
from dirt and debris.
5. Screw one of the flexible inlet hoses (part D) into the cold inlet in the body of
the dispenser and tighten up ensuring ‗O‘ ring seal is firmly in place to prevent
any leaks.
Permanent Tagged
Filter Hose (part O)
Flexible Inlet Hoses
(part D)
6. Locate separate black tube, (part P) Insert into push-fit connector. Push home
until stop is achieved.
IMPORTANT NOTE: In the event of installing the incorrect hose into the
push-fit connection – to remove press the black release collar around the
push-fit and pull out hose.
7. Locate and screw in clamping stud (part E) until a stop is achieved.
8. Insert Lifetime indicator cable (part C) into base flange (part B) ensuring the
―O‖ ring is located around the indicator cable.
9. Ensure the rubber seal beneath base flange (part B) is in position and locate
roughly over the hole in the sink or kitchen surface.
10. Feed Lifetime indicator cable (part C) through the hole and decide position of
indicator light.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Deciding on the angle of the indicator light now will
make installation easier later. Take care not to pull or damage the indicator
light cable.
11. Pass flexible inlet hose (part D), plastic hoses (part P and O) and clamping
stud (part E) through the base flange (part B) before locating the dispenser
onto base flange in the desired position.
12. Check that the handle and spout movement is not obstructed.
13. Pass the second flexible hose (part D) up through the hole (in the sink or work
surface) and screw into the dispenser. Tighten up; ensuring ‗O‘ ring seal is
firmly in place to prevent any leaks.
14. To fix the dispenser into place, firstly place ―horse shoe shaped‖ clamping
plate (part F) onto the threaded clamping stud (part E) ensuring larger
diameter is facing upwards as shown. Secure by screwing tight the clamping
nut (part G), taking care of the indicator light cable (part C) as this is now
hanging down from the dispenser.
15. Once again re-check that handle and spout movement is not obstructed
before tightening fully home.
16. The filter head (part M) and connections are pre-assembled and should not
be dismantled by anyone other than a BRITA or Pegler approved installation
engineer.
17. Fix the wall mounting bracket (part L) to the filter head (part M). Remove the
red protective cap from the filter (part N) and insert it vertically into the filter
head NOTE the filter can only be inserted into the filter head with the locking
handles in the open position. Turn the locking handle to the closed position
until it engages.
18. Position the cartridge in the chosen location and make sure you have
sufficient space for cartridge removal then mark the position of the screw
holes.
19. Remove the filter and filter head then screw the mounting bracket (part L) in
place.
20. Re assemble the filter (part N) into the filter head (part M)
21. Take the hose (identified with tape) (part O) and push into the outlet end of
the filter head (part M) until a stop is achieved. The remaining plastic hose
(part P) should then be pushed into the brass check valve (part H) until stop is
achieved.
Ta
Tape
pe
22. Once completed push the connecting plug on the end of the lifetime indicator
cable (part C) into the socket on the side of the electronic box (part K).
Remove the battery tray (part J) and insert the battery (supplied loose ref:
CR2032) positive face up into the battery tray to ensure correct installation of
the battery.
Please note: Never insert battery tray without a battery fitted.
This can cause the battery tray to jam.
Reset Button
23. The filter head has been set at ―++‖ to meet most UK water conditions. In
some soft water areas, you may wish to adjust the filter head to your local
settings. To do so, first carry out a carbonate test using the supplied strip.
To use the strip, run a glass of water from the tap and immerse the red
response field of the probe into the water for 1 second.
After one minute, compare the colour of the response field with the table and
read the appropriate setting from the table.
Depending upon the colour of the testing strip, we recommend setting your
filter head as follows:
SETTING
Colour
Capacity
Carbohydrate Hardness [°eH]
Grains per Gallon CaCO3 [gpg CaCO3]
Milligram per Litre CaCO3 [mg/L CaO3]
+
Red,
Orange,
Yellow
1,000 L
Up to 10.6
Op to 8.9
Up to 151
++
Green,
Dark Green
500 L
Above 10.6
Above 8.9
Above 151
24. The filter head is set to ―++‖ by default. To change the setting, use an Allen
key (4mm). Turn in the direction of the arrow until the ―+‖ appears in the
window.
25. Connect flexible inlet hoses (part D) to supplies, using appropriate connectors
or order Pegler Prestex 40 straight coupling: order reference code 709017
(15mm X 15mm)
26. Turn on water supply and check for leaks before the handles are turned on.
27. Next turn on the individual dispenser handles and check again for leaks.
28. Press the reset button on the PCB unit (Part K) and hold for 2 seconds, the
LED will flash twice indicating the unit has been set to ++. If your require the +
setting continue to hold the rest button for a further 4 seconds then the LED
will flash at a faster rate, indicating the unit has been set to the + rating. If you
make a mistake, press the reset button once to restart the setting procedure.
29. Before use of the filtered water run for one minute/approx 3 litres (or until
water runs clear). This primes the new BRTA P 1000 cartridge ready for use
for perfect BRITA filtered water at your fingertips.
FITTING A BRITA 3-WAY DISPENSER WITH A WATER
SOFTENER:
BRITA Filter Dispenser
Softened
Double Check
valve
Softened Hot To House
Filtered
Cold
Mains
to
Filter
Central Heating
Boiler
Mains
(check with boiler manufacturer)
Double Check
valve
Softened Cold to Central
Heating System
(check with boiler manufacturer)
Double
check valve
BRITA
FILTER
CARTRIDGE
Water
Softener
Unit
Softened Cold To House
On/off valve
By pass valve
Double
check valve
On/off valve
Cold Mains Water to BRITA
dispenser
On/off valve
Cold Mains Water to Outside tap
Double On/off valve
check valve
Mains Water Supply to House
MAINTENANCE:
To maintain the surface finishes, simply wipe occasionally with a mild detergent on
soft damp cloth, dry using soft cloth. Never use abrasive cleaners or chemical
household cleaners, avoid contact with concentrated bleach. Pegler products are
manufactured to the highest standards and should require little or no maintenance. In
the unlikely event of any spare part requirements, please contact your nearest
stockists or contact
Lifetime indicator:
The lifetime indicator only lights up when either the filter or the battery requires
replacement indicated by the following:
Double red flash every 10 seconds = filter requires changing
Single amber flash every 10 minutes = battery requires replacing
It is recommended that the batteries should be changed every twelve months to
reduce the risk of battery leakage.
When a new filter is fitted, following the procedure as detailed in point 28, this
restarts the lifetime indicator and ensures you will be prompted to change again at
the correct time.
Changing the battery will not affect the filter state counter.
Cartridge Exchange Instructions:
Always make sure that you have a BRITA P 1000 spare cartridge to hand. When
buying new cartridges look for the BRITA P 1000 filter on the cartridge packaging.
The lifetime of the P 1000 filter cartridge is dependent on your individual volume
usage and your water conditions. For optimum BRITA filtration performance, we
recommend a minimum exchange of your cartridge every three months. Exchange
will be prompted by your BRITA electronic cartridge exchange indicator.
1. When the cartridge exchange indicator double flashes red, the filter cartridge
needs to be exchanged.
Red flashing light to
indicate filter exchange.
2. Remove exhausted cartridge by opening the locking handle, operate the flush
valve and depressurise the system ensuring you have a container underneath
the grey hose to catch the water. Remove the BRITA P 1000 filter cartridge
from the filter head.
Locking Handle
3. Remove all packaging and the red cap from the top of the new filter cartridge.
4. Insert new BRITA P 1000 water filter cartridge vertically into the filter head,
the filter can only be inserted with the locking handle in the ‗open‘ position.
5. Ensure the filter is positioned correctly.
6. Turn the locking handle until you feel it engage.
7. Restart the cartridge exchange indicator by pressing the ―Reset‖ button
located on the battery housing as described in point 28.
Press reset button
Flush valve
8. Turn the BRITA filter handle for one minute/approx 3 litres (or until water runs
clear). This primes the new cartridge ready for use for cleaner BRITA filtered
water at your fingertips.
Turn handle to operate
BRITA filter water
9. Check the dispenser to see that the cartridge exchange indicator has
extinguished.
Note: To work together in taking responsibility for our environment, you can return
your BRITA P 1000 cartridges to a number of BRITA dealers. To find your nearest
recycling store visit www.brita.net/uk or call 0845 0770 035
More information on the use of BRITA P 1000 water filter cartridges can be found in
the BRITA information guide.
CARE & USEAGE:
If an instruction is received from the authorities that mains water must be boiled, the
BRITA filtered water must also be boiled. When the instruction to boil water is no
longer in force, a new filter cartridge must be inserted and the connections must be
cleaned.
For certain groups of people (e.g. those with impaired immunity and for babies), it is
generally recommended that dispenser water should be boiled; this also applies to
filtered water. Irrespective of the water used, you should use utensils with stainless
steel, such as kettles and saucepans, to boil the water. In particular, people who are
sensitive to nickel should use appliances made of stainless steel or kettles with
concealed elements.
For reasons of hygiene, the filter is given a special treatment with silver. A small
amount of silver, which poses no known threat to health, may be transferred to the
water. This transference would be within the World Health Organisation (WHO)
guidelines for drinking-water quality.
Protect the BRITA P 1000 water filter cartridge form direct sunlight and mechanical
damage. Do not assemble near sources of heat or open flames. A stop valve must
be installed before the filter system intake hose. If the water pressure is greater than
8.6 bar a pressure reducer must be installed in front of the filter system. The BRITA P
1000 is only suitable for domestic use.
IMPORTANT NOTE: For people with kidney disease or dialysis patients: During the
filtering process, there may be a slight increase in potassium content. If you have
kidney disease and/or have to live according to a potassium-regulated diet, we
recommend that you discuss the use of the filter with your doctor.
If your BRITA Filter System is not in use for several days (2 - 3 days), we
recommend that you flush the filter system with at least 2 litres. BRITA recommends
that the filter system not be taken out of use for longer periods. After stagnation times
of over 4 weeks the filter should be flushed with 20 litres or alternatively replaced. In
this connection, please also remember the maximum useful life of the filter cartridge
of 6 months.
The filter cartridge should be changed after 500 litres, but latest 6 months after
commissioning, regardless of the level of exhaustion. To ensure optimum filter
performance, the electronic exchange indicator integrated in your 3 way Struana and
Ceto tells you when to change the cartridge.
The filter head of the filter system is designed for a service life of 5 years and bears a
production date. Exchange must be carried out after 5 years by an expert.
Please store cartridge always in original sealed foil in a cool and dry place.
Although every effort is made to ensure good tasting, reliable odour free water,
BRITA cannot offer guaranteed improvement on water quality if the intake of water is
microbiologically unsafe or of unknown quality without adequate disinfection before
entering the cartridge unit.
An independent institute has also certified the food grade quality of BRITA water filter
products. A copy of this is available upon request.
The 3-Way Struana and 3-Way Ceto will for a short period after use drip, this is to
allow water pressure within the spout to reduce to atmospheric conditions, and
remove any pressure from the filter and filter head. It has been deemed that the
amount of ―dripping‖ after use is acceptable at the 2 bar optimum operating pressure.
Installations made above this recommended operating pressure may incur dripping
for longer periods of time.
The operation of the valves and the handles is such that they are precise and easy to
operate. Total movement from fully on to fully off is only 90° or quarter of a turn.
Excessive force once opened or closed may force the valve to malfunction.
Should excessive flow be experienced, then it may be necessary to install a Pressure
reducing valve upstream from the product. Please order Pegler Prestex PRV-2: order
reference code 5A2011 (15mm – which will reduce inlet pressure to 1.5bar minimum)
If you have a low pressure boiler, make sure you only connect the BRITA P 1000 to
the cold water supply that feeds the filter dispenser with the angle valve and not the
low pressure boiler.
As with every natural product, the BRITA P 1000 parts can be subject to natural
fluctuations. This can lead to a slight abrasion of small carbon particles into your
filtered water, noticeable as black bits. These particles have no negative health
effects. If ingested, they will not harm the human body. In case you observe carbon
particles, BRITA recommends flushing out the BRITA P 1000 filter cartridge until the
black bits disappear.
The products have a 5 year guarantee against manufacturing defects and 1 year on
mechanical parts. All the BRITA filter fittings are covered by a 2 year guarantee. A
guarantee claim may be asserted only if all instructions in this handbook are followed
and observed.
Pegler and BRITA shall not be held liable for any damage, including subsequent
damage arising from the incorrect use of the product.
CONTACT DETAILS:
Pegler Yorkshire
St Catherine‘s Avenue,
Doncaster, South Yorkshire,
DN4 8DF
www.pegleryorkshire.co.uk
PeglerYorkshire Technical Helpline,
Telephone: 0800 1560 050
Fax: 0808 156 1012
BRITA Water Filter Systems Ltd
BRITA House,
9 Granville Way,
Bicester, OX26 4JT
www.BRITA.co.uk
BRITA Cartridge Helpline and installation:
Telephone: 0845 0770 035
Maximum drilled hole size Ø48
Optimum drilled hole size Ø44 (1.3/4” dia)
Minimum drilled hole size Ø33
All dimensions in mm
Ø60
STRUANA
165
225
320
Ø60
CETO
220
250
400
Version 1 March 11
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