food service pre-rinse assemblies

FOOD SERVICE PRE-RINSE ASSEMBLIES
Installation, Operating & Maintenance Instructions
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contents
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PRODUCT CODES
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TECHNICAL DATA
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INSTALLATION COMPLIANCE
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ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION
Installing the base
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Hob mounted single inlet FS011
FS010
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Hob mounted twinner body
FS015
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Hob mounted exposed
breech
FS012
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Hob mounted concealed
adjustable breech
FS013
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Wall mounted exposed
breech
FS022
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Wall mounted single inlet
FS021
FS020
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Wall mounted recessed
(concealed in wall)
FS023
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Installing the riser, pot filler & spray arm
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WATER CONNECTIONS
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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CLEANING
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SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE
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SPARE PARTS
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TROUBLESHOOTING
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PRODUCT WARRANTY FOR AUSTRALIA
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TROUBLESHOOTING
food service pre-rinse assemblies
Thank you for choosing Enware’s Food Service Tapware . Designed and manufactured in Australia, the
Food Service Range is built using premium quality hose, brass and stainless steel to provide maximum
strength and durability. It can quickly and efficiently remove waste material from plates, pans and utensils
prior to them being washed.
product features
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Designed and manufactured in Australia
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Built tough for the demands of busy commercial
kitchens where performance and reliability are
crucial
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Proven durability in some of Australia’s leading
restaurants and fast food stores
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Easy to use, ergonomically designed spray-trigger
and tap handles
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Self-closing trigger spray turns off water when
not in use
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Trigger spray achieves 6-Star WELS Rating with
efficient high velocity spray
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Quarter turn jumper valve used in conjunction
with lever handles allow for easy control of water
flow
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High water efficiency, reducing water costs
and energy costs for heating water
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Integral dual check valve aid in backflow
prevention and protect the water supply from
contamination
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Spring return allows spray and hose to be pulled
down into the spraying position, and then retract
back to upright position when released, reducing
back flow risk from the trigger spray being
immersed in water
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Adjustable wall bracket provides increased
support and stability to the riser assembly
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Modular design allows easy configuration to suit
specific needs
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Fast, easy installation, supplied with minimal
on-site assembly required
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product codes
Hob
Mounted
FHS001
FHS011
FHS021
FHS031
FHS041
FHS101
FHS111
FHS121
FHS131
FHS141
FHA016
FHA116
FS760
Wall
Mounted
FWS001
FWS011
FWS021
FWS031
FWS101
FWS111
FWS121
FWS121C
FWS121W
FWS131
FS704
FS705
FSJ705
FWA016
FWA056
FWA116
FWA156
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technical data
Water Inlet Connection (Hot / cold)
Working Pressure Range
1/2” BSP (DN 15mm)
5/8” BSP (In-wall recessed SBA)
10-1200 kPa (Jumper valve, spring loaded valve)
50-800 kPa (Ceramic Disc)
Recommended Working Pressure Range*
150-500 kPa max*
Flow Rate
Pre-rinse spray gun Pot filler 4 L/min
8 L/min. supplied standard
0 - 95 °C (Jumper valve)
Operating Temperature Range
0 - 85 °C (Spring loaded valve, incl. pre-rinse spray gun)
0 - 75 °C (Ceramic Disk)
For use with potable water only.
installation compliance
*Enware products are to be installed in accordance with the Plumbing Code of Australia (PCA), AS/NZS3500
and the manufacturer’s instructions.
Installations not complying with PCA, AS/NZS 3500 or the manufacturer’s instructions may void the product
and performance warranty provisions.
This product must be installed and commissioned by a qualified plumber. The following clauses must be
observed for a compliant installation and correct operation of Enware tapware.
WATER SERVICES
Plumbing Code of Australia: Part B1 Cold Water
Services AS / NZS 3500.1-2003 Water Services;
• Section 1.6(a) Facilities for people with Disabilities
• Section 3.3.2 Pressure at outlets (min 50kPa)
• Section 3.3.4 Maximum pressure within
buildings (500kPa static)
• Section 3.4 Velocity Requirement (Max 3.0m/s)
• Section 16 Testing and Commissioning; Flushing,
Hydrostatic testing, cleaning and disinfection of
water services.
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Plumbing Code of Australia: Part B2 Heated Water
Services
AS / NZS 3500.4-2003 Heated Water Services;
• Section 1.9 Water Temperature
1.9.1 Storage Temperature
1.9.2 Sanitary fixtures delivery temperature
1.9.3 Acceptable solutions for control of delivery
temperatures
• Section 10 Heated Water Services for People
with Disabilities
• Section 11 Testing and Commissioning
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assembly and installation procedure
IMPORTANT - Before proceeding with Installation
• Ensure all operating and dimensional specifications
are suitable for the intended installation.
• Check that there is no shelf or obstruction above.
Shorter riser, hose & spring guard options are
available from Enware
• Check that wall bracket can be installed on a stable
wall surface. If not, extra measures may need to be
taken so that the bracket can be supported by a firm
wall backing.
• Ensure all supply lines are flushed thoroughly
to remove debris prior to the installation of this
product as per AS/NZS 3500.1. Strainers (40 mesh)
are recommended if debris is an ongoing problem.
• Ensure water pressures for hot and cold supplies
are relatively balanced. If not, one side may
override the other. A pressure reduction valve
may be required to address any imbalance in
the water supply pressure, or to comply with the
recommended maximum pressure.
• It is recommended that isolation valves are installed
on both hot and cold supplies prior to the pre-rinse
unit and that these are easily accessible.
Unpack and layout all components to check that you have all parts.
installation the base
Choose the type of base to be installed.
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Hob Mounted
Single Inlet
[FS011, FS010]
Hob Mounted
Twinner Body
[FS015]
Hob Mounted Exposed
Breech [FS012]
Hob Mounted
Concealed Breech
[FS013]
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Wall Mounted Exposed
Breech [FS022]
Wall Mounted Single Inlet
[FS021, FS020]
Wall Mounted Recessed
(Concealed In-Wall) [FS023]
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hob mounted single inlet
FS011 FS010
Single inlet hob tap
assembly - Maximum
bench thickness: 35mm
Hob base mount Maximum bench
thickness: 10mm
1. Fit 1/2” Tail into Base Mount:
Apply thread sealing tape onto the
non-beveled end of 1/2” BSP all-thread tail,
and screw to female thread of hob base.
IMAGE 1
2. Mark the hole to be drilled on the bench
(min. 40mm - max. 160mm to the centre
from wall) and drill the hole (Φ 22mm) using
a hole saw or similar tool.
IMAGE 2
WALL
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22
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40 mm MIN 160 mm MAX
33 mm
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3. For tap base with anti-rotation pins,
note the orientation of the tap handle
(standard is either facing the front or to the
right hand side). Check the positions of the
two anti-rotation pins on the underside of
base. Mark the corresponding pin locations
onto bench and drill 2x holes (Φ 9mm).
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4. Fit base onto the bench and secure using
1/2” brass nut from underneath the bench.
For base with anti-rotation pins, fit black
spacer first (if required), then fit the nut,
and tighten firmly. Do not over-tighten.
(Using excessive force may result in damage
to the black plastic spacer.) SEE IMAGE 5.
IMAGE 5
5. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler &
spray arm – page 15
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hob mounted twinner body
FS015
Maximum bench
thickness: 30mm
1. Mark the hole to be drilled on the bench
(min. 40mm - max. 160mm to the centre
from wall) and drill a Φ33mm hole using a
hole saw or similar tool.
WALL
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40 mm MIN 160 mm MAX
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2. Unscrew metal washer and fixing nut from
body assembly.
Fit one flexible inlet hose onto body. Apply
a small amount of food grade grease onto
o-ring before fitting. (Note markings on
flexible hose – red [for hot] and blue [for
cold])
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3. Fit base onto bench through the drilled
hole. From underneath the bench, fit large
metal washer before fitting the brass locking
nut. Hand-tighten locking nut. Check that
tap base is facing straight forward, then use
a Philips head screw driver to firmly tighten
the two screws on either sides of brass nut.
4. Fit the other flexible inlet hose onto body.
5. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler &
spray arm – page 15
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hob mounted exposed breech
FS012
Maximum bench
thickness: 30mm
1. Mark 2x holes to be drilled on the bench.
(min. 40mm - max. 160mm to the centre
from wall, 215mm apart, or for adjustable
width models - min. 150mm, max. 330mm)
WALL
40 mm MIN 160 mm MAX
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22
215 mm
2. Drill the holes (Φ 22mm) using a hole saw or
similar tool.
(Adjustable Models:180 mm MIN - 330 mm MAX)
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3. Ensure the base cover domes and clear
washers are fitted, and fix base body onto
bench. From underneath the bench, fit lock
nuts onto the tails and tighten firmly using a
spanner.
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4. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler &
spray arm – page 15
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hob mounted concealed adjustable breech
FS013
Maximum bench
thickness: 20mm
1. Mark the holes to be drilled on the bench
and drill the holes. (min. 40mm - max.
160mm to the centre from wall, tap body
centres min. 150 mm – max. 300mm. Drill
hole size: spout – Φ 22mm, tap bodies – Φ
33mm).
WALL
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22
33
40 mm MIN 160 mm MAX
Cut the copper T piece to size:
2. Screw 1x brass fixing nut on each tap body
and screw the nut right down to the end of
thread.
3. Fit the bodies upside down into the 33mm
holes from top of the bench. Align centre
of the copper T piece to the centre hole.
Mark the copper pipes on both sides.
(19mm past the end of the body thread,
or deduct 15mm from the centre of drilled
hole on each side). Check the measurement
again, and cut the copper tube with
tube cutters. De-burr the copper tube.
150 mm MIN - 300 mm MAX
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Take tap bodies out of the holes and keep
at hand.
Fit the spout:
4. Pull the brass 1/2” threaded tail off the
copper T-piece. Apply thread sealant to the
non-beveled end of the 1/2” threaded tail,
then screw into the base of the swivel hob
and tighten.
5. Fit smaller clear washer through the 1/2”
tail, then fit the base onto the bench. From
underneath the bench, fit smaller red fibre
washer onto the tail, then screw 1/2” brass
nut on. Note the orientation of the grub
screw on the base, then tighten the brass
nut firmly using a spanner. SEE IMAGE 17
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Fitting the bodies:
6. Fit compression nut and olive to each side of
the copper T-piece, and fit tap bodies on to
each side. Screw each compression nut onto
each body loosely. Note: a small groove in the
spline of the spindle and red tape indicates
the hot side.
7. Check the 2 o-rings on the centre spout fitting
of the T-piece has o-ring grease applied. Fit
larger red fibre washers onto each basin body.
8. From underneath the bench, insert the tap
bodies and T-piece assembly up through the
bench, at the same time inserting the T-piece
up into the 1/2” brass tail of spout. Take care
not to pinch or damage the o-rings in the
process. Push the T-piece assembly until it
comes to a stop. SEE IMAGE 18.
9. While holding the T-piece up, from top of the
bench fit a clear plastic washer and a cover
dome onto each tap body. Screw the dome in
until it comes in contact with the bench, but
do not tighten the dome at this point. Ensure
both tap bodies extend through the bench
the same distance. SEE IMAGE 19.
Now from underneath the bench, screw the
fixing nuts back up hard against the bench and
tighten with a basin spanner. (Alternatively,
from top of the bench, gently tighten the
chrome cover domes with a spanner.)
SEE IMAGE 20 & 21
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10. Now tighten the 1/2” compression nuts on
the T-piece with a spanner. Re-torque all
nuts and ensure they are tight.
Fitting Handles:
11. SBA’s (spindles) should already be fitted
onto tap bodies.
Fit the lever handles onto spindles. Note the
orientation of the lever handle – facing the
front for closed position, turning outwards
to open. The lever position can be adjusted
by re-positioning the handle on the splines
of the spindle. The levers can also be set
slightly offset (away) from the spout when
in closed position. SEE IMAGE 45 PAGE 18
12. Once the handle is correctly positioned, use
locking screw and washers to secure the
lever handle to spindle. Tighten using the
3mm Allen key provided, then fit indicator
button holder into the lever handle top by
pushing it
13. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler &
spray arm – page 15
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wall mounted exposed breech
FS022
Rough In:
1. Secure two 1/2” BSP male fittings behind the finished wall, for hot
and cold water supplies, 150mm apart. Allow approx. 12mm of thread
proud from finished wall
Fit off:
2. Flush the line thoroughly before connecting tap fittings. Once the line
is clear of debris, proceed to next step.
3. Unscrew wall bases from the tap assembly.
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4. Apply thread sealing tape onto the two 1/2” male threads on wall.
Seal any gaps between the thread and the wall with silicone sealant.
Screw each wall base onto each thread and tighten firmly. For extra
leverage, use a half inch (1/2”) Allen key through the centre hole.
SEE IMAGE 28.
5. Check that the tap frame has two o-rings on the spigot fitting on each
side. Check that they are lightly greased with food grade o-ring grease.
6. Gently but firmly push the frame onto the wall bases, making sure the
o-rings are not pinched, dislocated or damaged in the process.
IMAGE 28
7. Once the tap frame has fully engaged, screw each nut onto wall base
and tighten with a spanner.
8. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler & spray arm – page 15
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wall mounted single inlet
FS021 FS020
Rough In:
1. Secure one 1/2” BSP male fitting behind the finished wall, allowing
approx. 12mm of thread proud from finished wall.
Fit off:
2. If required cut the 1/2” thread on wall so it is approx. 12mm proud
from finished wall.
3. Flush the line thoroughly before connecting tap fittings. Once the line
is clear of debris, proceed to next step.
4. To fit wall base mount, apply thread sealing tape onto the 1/2” BSP
male thread on wall. Seal any gaps between thread and wall with
silicone sealant. Screw wall base onto the 1/2” thread, and tighten
firmly. Make sure the wall base is fitted plumb (facing straight up).
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wall mounted recessed (concealed in wall) Rough In:
FS023
Finished Wall
1. Secure a tap breeching piece behind wall, setting
the face of the body within 1 to 14mm behind
finished wall, and outlet 1/2” BSP male fitting
approx. 12mm proud from the finished wall.
Recess Body
B
MAX
(B = 14mm )
Finished Wall
Recess Body
MIN
(A = 1mm )
A
Before Fit off:
2. Before proceeding check that the wall tap body
to finished wall surface is within the standard
flange adjustment range (1 – 14mm for 1/4 turn
jumper valve). Installations outside of this range
may require extended SBA’s (spindles) or trouble
domes (available from Enware). SEE IMAGE 30
(From 1mm behind finished wall to 14mm behind finished wall)
IMAGE 30
3. Flush the line thoroughly before connecting tap
fittings. Once the line is clear of debris, proceed to
next step.
Fit off:
4. Fit wall base onto the 1/2” thread male outlet.
SEE IMAGE 31. Refer to previous section - Wall
Mounted Single Inlet Model installation procedure
on Page 12.
IMAGE 31
5. The SBA must be installed separately to the dress
fittings. Firstly pull the indicator buttons out,
remove flange and lever handle assembly from the
SBA. SEE IMAGE 31
Note that the SBA marked with a small groove in the
spline indicates cold SBA (in-wall).
6. Remove the blue or red plastic protecting cap from
SBA.
Check that tap washer and red fibre washer are located
in their correct positions, and screw the SBA onto tap
body in wall. Tighten the SBA using a tube spanner or
other appropriate spanner by the hexagonal flats near
the base (not by the smaller hexagonal gland nut in
the middle near the spindle). Recommended torque
setting is 30Nm
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Test for leaks from SBA’s:
7. Turn off the SBA’s using the lever handle, then turn
water supply on. Turn the tap on and off a few
times to test for leaks from SBA’s. (Cover the outlet
with a towel to minimise water splashing.)
8. Once water-tightness is confirmed, seal gaps
between the SBA’s and the wall with silicone
sealant or other appropriate sealant.
Fit Flange & Handle:
9. Hand-tighten the recess wall flange onto thread
of SBA until it comes to a firm stop against the
wall.
10. Place the lever handle onto the spindle. The
lever position can be adjusted by re-positioning
the handle on the splines of the spindle. Most
applications require the lever to sit pointing
straight up or slightly offset (away) from the
spout.
IMAGE 31
11. When correctly positioned use locking screw
and washers to secure lever handle to spindle.
Tighten using the Allen key. Push the indicator
button holder into the lever handle top.
12. Proceed to installation of riser, pot filler & spray
arm – page 15
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installing the riser, pot filler & spray arm
Note that each component of the pre-rinse assembly uses a corresponding male-double-o-ring-spigot to female-socket
swivel connection. The o-rings on the male spigot are pre-greased. Re-grease them if required.
1. Take grub screws out from female joints of all parts (riser,
pot filler adaptor, base, body) and keep them at hand.
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2. Fit riser and/or pot filler adaptor onto the base body. To
do this, firstly align the joints straight, then gently but
firmly push the male double o-ring spigot fitting into the
female connection, taking care not to pinch or damage
the o-rings while doing so. Push the joints together all
the way until the male joint comes to a stop.
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3. Check that the riser is sitting plumb (straight up). Measure
the distance between the wall and the riser.
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4. Assemble the wall bracket, making sure that there is
enough thread going into the wall plate and the half
section of the riser bracket. Note the difference in length
from the measurement taken in step 3. Cut the all-thread
to suit (if required).
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5. Re-assemble the bracket, and fit the bracket onto the
riser as high up as possible. This gives greater support
and stability to the assembly. Gently tighten the two
screws of the bracket onto riser using the 2.5mm Allen
key provided.
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6. Check that the riser is sitting plumb both ways (frontrear, right – left), and bracket is lined up straight towards
the wall. Then mark the two drill holes of the bracket on
the wall.
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INSTALLATION DETAIL
(WALL BRACKET CUTOUT)
7. Drill the two marked holes in the wall and fix the bracket
onto wall using appropriate fixings.
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8. Fit spring retainer/ hose/ spray gun assembly onto riser.
9. Fit all grub screws back onto fittings, using the 2.5mm
Allen key provided. Check that each grub screw has
engaged into the recess of the male spigot, then tighten
gently.
Before fully tightening the grub screw, check that the pot
filler is facing the preferred direction. (If spout needs to
swivel, tighten grub screw and then back off slightly just
enough for the spout to swivel. Do not disengage screw
more than half a turn. If grub screw is not fitted correctly
it may result in premature wear or damage to the brass
spigot.)
Ensure the spigot has engaged into the socket
properly. SEE IMAGE 39, 40
Ensure the grub screw has engaged into the groove
properly. SEE IMAGE 41, 42
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water connections
1. Ensure the hot and cold supply lines have been flushed thoroughly to remove debris.
2. Once the lines are clear of debris, connect tap to water supply.
(For taps with flexible hoses: care must be taken to not twist or kink the flexible hose. If the isolation tap is located
in an awkward position or is too far, use another fitting and a flexible hose to extend the length and to reduce the
strain on the flexible hose)
3. Check again that all screws, nuts, grub screws and fittings have been fitted and tightened.
4. Check that all taps and the trigger spray are turned off.
5. Turn water supply on to check for leaks at all connection points.
The tap is now ready for use.
WARNING Hot water will scald. Care must be taken to avoid scalding when using the trigger spray to
deliver hot water. Exposed metal sections of the mixer, riser assembly, hose connections and trigger spray
may become hot when in use and may cause burn injuries.
When not in use ensure all taps to the pre rinse assembly are turned off. The taps should not be left on
when unattended as this maintains pressure to the hose and trigger spray assembly, which could result in
water damage from flooding if in the unlikely event the hose or trigger spray were to malfunction.
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operating instructions
PRE-RINSE SPRAY GUN OPERATION
Squeeze spray trigger and pull down hose to
desired angle and position to wash.
SEE IMAGE 43
To make the spray stay on, slide the holding
ring over the trigger. SEE IMAGE 44
To turn off, let go of the trigger or slide the
holding ring off the spray lever handle.
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Use the hook to stow away the spray gun
OPERATING LEVER TAPS
To operate taps, turn handle lever in the
directions indicated: either pulling forward and
down toward the user, or turning outwards to
open. SEE IMAGE 45
¼ Turn Contra-Rotating Handles
Wall Mounted Mixing Set
Off
On
Bench Mounted Mixing Set
Off
On
On
On
Off
Off
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cleaning
Enware Product should be cleaned with a soft damp cloth using only mild liquid detergent or soap and water. Do not
use cleaning agents containing a corrosive acid, scouring agent or solvent chemicals. Do not use cream cleaners, as they
are abrasive. Epoxy coated surfaces should only be cleaned with a cloth and clear water or mild detergent.
Use of unsuitable cleaning agents may damage the surface. Any damage caused in this way will not be covered by
warranty.
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components and spare parts
Ultra-Rinse Pre-Rise Trigger Spray (Standard)
FS729
Ultra-spray soft rinse trigger spray (Non-adjustable spray outlet)
FS729SS
Trigger spray spring loaded SBA (cartridge)
FS721S
Trigger Spray Service Kit
FS077NS
Trigger Spray Handle & Screw
FS790
O-rings (8), grub screws (4), & aerator (1) pack
FS734
Check valves (2 in pack)
MIS631
Lever Indicator button (hot, cold, warm) & fixing screw
FS092 (Hot), FS093 (Cold),
FS094 (Plain)
Lever handle fixing screw and washer
MIS597
Lever handle with indicator button (specify hot, cold, or plain)
FSJ378
Lever Top Assembly (includes handle, indicator button,
fixing screw & washer, SBA)
Hob Mount (Pillar / Bib) - FSJ095 (Hot),
FSJ096 (Cold & Pot Filler)
Hob Mount with Flange (Basin / Sink) FSJ391 (Specify Hot or Cold)
Wall Mounted - Recess Adaptor - FSJ308
(Specify Hot or Cold)
Food service SBA (spindle)
Hob Mount (Pillar / Bib) FSJ381 (Specify Hot
or Cold)
In-Wall - FSJ395 (Recess - Cold),
FSJ396 (Recess - Hot)
Tap washers (Hydroseal - pair)
MIS630
Flexible hose (hot, cold)
MIS632 (Cold/Blue), MIS633 (Hot/Red)
Wall bracket
FS070
Heavy Duty Hose
FS104 (400mm), FS106 (600mm), FS109
(900mm), FS110 (1000mm -Standard), FS111
(1100mm), FS115 (1500mm)
Riser
FS051 (100mm), FS053 (300mm), FS056
(600mm), FS059 (900mm)
Pot filler adaptor
FS063
Spring Retainer
(retainer fitting only, for spring, hose and hook)
FS061
Trigger Spray Hook
FS072
Spring Guard (Exterior Spring Guard Stainless Steel 316 Grade)
FS100 (585mm Standard), FS101 (385mm
Short)
Sticker Label - Lever Tap Operation
MIS620
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service and maintenance
Always refer to instructions from Enware before disassembling
any fitting. Spare part kits should be on hand before any service
of the tap is undertaken.
It is recommended that the trigger spray action be periodically
serviced. The maintenance interval will depend on the
frequency of use of the product, water quality and the general
environment.
SERVICE KIT
FS077NS
SBA FS721S
Occasionally the handle screws should be checked for tightness
and a visual inspection made of all other connections on the
assembly. Ensure that the trigger spray and hose, the wall
bracket fixing to the wall and the riser are secure, and tighten
if necessary.
The trigger spray action can be maintained by simply cleaning
and lubricating the spring action, or by replacing the SBA
(cartridge). (For more detail, refer to FS729 trigger spray
installation instructions.)
If re-greasing spindles, always use a silicon based food
machinery grade lubricant approved for use with fittings that
are in contact with potable water, such as Hydroseal ‘O’ Ring
Lubricant or Molykote 111 silicone based grease.
FS790
SERVICING THE TRIGGER SPRAY
1. Using two (2) Phillips head screw drivers, undo the locking
screws from the handle and remove handle.
2. Using a 26mm spanner remove the cover dome and red
fibre washer from the spring loaded action. Clean the
inside of the cover dome. Use a dilute solution of CLR if
necessary. Remove all scale, grease and any other residues.
3. Lightly grease the inside of the dome.
4. Pull out the piston from the SBA (stuffing box assembly) and
clean any scale or residues from the spindle and button. Be
careful not to damage the o rings.
5. Lightly grease the piston o rings and push the piston back
into the SBA.
6. Depress piston to start water flow. Release piston and
check for leaks and that the water flow stops. If there is no
flow, or water does not stop, refer to the trouble shooting
guide. If the problem persists, service kits or replacement
SBA may be required.
SPARE PARTS
FS721S
SBA (cartridge)
FS077NS
SBA Service Kit
FS790
Trigger handle and hinge screw set
7. With the red fibre body washer located over the SBA, screw
the cover dome back down onto the SBA.
8. Replace the handle and secure it with the hinge screws.
9. Re-test trigger spray for correct operation.
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troubleshooting
Refer to the following trouble shooting guide for specific problems and solutions.
PROBLEM
CAUSE
RECITIFICATION
No water flow from trigger
spray outlet or pot filler spout
Water supply turned off or
disconnected
Connect and turn on water supply
Check valves are blocked by
debris
Remove check valves and clean Replace
check valves (Located inside spring
retainer fitting)
Spray outlet, spout aerator, or
inlet or outlet ports of SBA are
blocked with debris
Dismantle SBA or aerator and remove
blockage, clean and re-grease if necessary
Debris fouling ball seating washer
or stainless steel ball
Dismantle and clean spray gun SBA. Refer
to FS729 instructions
Seating washer damaged or
spring is broken
Replace damaged components or
replace SBA
Piston jammed in open position
Remove dome and piston from SBA, clean
piston assembly and re-grease piston
o-rings
Water leaks from top of trigger
spray dome
Piston o-rings worn
Replace o-rings and re-grease spindle
Tap does not turn water off
Jumper valve is worn
Replace jumper valve
SBA has been loosened from tap
body
Tighten SBA back into body Replace fibre
washer or jumper valve if required
Jumper valve washer is missing
Check washer is installed
Water leaks from tap body
SBA has been loosened from tap
body
Tighten SBA back into body
Water leaks from top of tap
spindle
Gland nut has loosened or gland
seal has worn
Tighten gland nut or replace SBA
Tap does not stay shut
Handle operation feels loose
Gland nut has loosened or
spindle thread has worn
Tighten gland nut or replace SBA
Water supply pressures too high
Check water pressure is under 500kPa
O-ring seal missing or damaged
Install / replace with new o-ring
Grub screw not correctly located
in the groove of riser spigot
Check that grub screw hole is aligned
with the groove and install grub screw
correctly into the groove of male spigot
Groove of male spigot fitting for
grub screw has worn or is broken
Replace damaged or worn part
Water leaks from hose
connection to trigger spray or
riser
Hose has loosened from
connection
Unscrew hose from trigger or riser, clean
the thread, and reseal thread with thread
seal tape.
Tap is loose
Fixing bracket or fixing nut have
come loose
Tighten screws on bracket or tighten
fixing nut to base
O-rings have worn out
Replace o-rings
Grub screws have loosened
Tighten grub screws. Use Loctite 577,
Loxeal or similar sealant to fix grub screw
in place
Trigger spray does not turn off
Water leaks from o-ring joints
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product warranty for Australia
Enware Australia Pty Limited (ACN 003 988 314)
(“we” or “us”) warrants that this product (also referred
to as “our goods”) will be free from all defects in
materials and workmanship for 24 months* from the
date of purchase. Our liability under this warranty is
limited at our option to the repair or replacement of
the defective product or part, the cost of repair of the
defective product or part or the supply of an equivalent
product or part, in each case if we are satisfied the
loss or damage was due to a defect in the materials or
workmanship of the product or part. All products must
be installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s
instructions, the PCA, and AS/NZS3500 including any
other applicable regulatory requirements.
making a claim
To make a claim under this warranty you must
notify us in writing within 7 days of any alleged defect
in the product coming to your attention and provide
us with proof of your purchase of the product and
completed the Online Product Service and Warranty
Form available on website www.enware.com.au.
All notifications and accompanying forms must be sent to
us marked for the attention of the Enware Australia Pty
Limited, 9 Endeavour Road, Caringbah NSW 2229. We
can also be contacted by telephone (1300 369 273) or by
email (info@enware.com.au).
Your costs in making a claim under this warranty,
including all freight, collection and delivery costs, are
to be borne and paid by you. We also reserve the right
at our cost to inspect any alleged defect in the product
wherever it is located or installed or on our premises.
*Conditional warranty: Jumper Valve Tapware - 2 Years:
1 year parts and labour on the complete assembly then
a further 1 year parts only warranty is applicable
Ceramic Disc Cartridge Tapware - 10 Years: 10 Year
ceramic disc cartridges – parts only; 1 Year parts and
labour on complete assembly
Outlets - 1 Year parts and labour on the complete
assembly
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exceptions
This warranty does not apply in respect of any damage or
loss due to or arising from:
a) Failure by you or any other person to follow any
instructions for use (including instructions and directions
relating to the handling, storage, installation, fitting,
connection, adjustment or repair of the product)
published or provided by us;
b) Failure by you or any other person responsible for the
fitting, installation or other work on the product to follow
or conform to applicable laws, standards and codes
(including the AS/NZ 3500 set of Standards, all applicable
State and Territory Plumbing Codes, the Plumbing Code
of Australia and directions and requirements of local and
other statutory authorities); or
c) Any act or circumstance beyond our control including
faulty installation or connection, accident, abnormal use,
acts of God, damage to buildings, other structures or
infrastructure and loss or damage during product transit
or transportation.
other conditions
Except as provided or referred to in this document, we
accept no other or further liability for any damages
or loss (including indirect, consequential or economic
loss) and whether arising in contract, tort or otherwise.
Any benefits available to you under this warranty are in
addition to any non-excludable rights or remedies you
may have under applicable legislation, including as a
“consumer” under the Australian Consumer Law. To that
extent you need to be aware that: Our goods come with
guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian
Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or
refund for a major failure and for compensation for any
other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are
also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if
the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure
does not amount to a major failure.
*12 Months parts and labour warranty on the complete
assembly - Ultra Spray & Ultra Rinse Series (FHS, FS,
FWS)
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