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AS2000X
power shower
Installation and
operating
instructions
Installers
please note these
instructions are to be left with
the user
The showerhead and hose supplied with this product are an
integral part of the safety of your shower. Failure to use genuine
Triton parts may cause injury and will invalidate your warranty
2180403P - Janurary 2016
Aquasensation AS2000X
CONTENTSPage
Plumbing and electrical notes.......................................................... 1
Introduction.................................................................................... 2
Safety warnings............................................................................... 2
Main components........................................................................... 3
Specifications................................................................................... 3
Site requirements......................................................................... 4 − 5
General installation notes................................................................ 5
Siting of the shower........................................................................ 6
Removing the cover........................................................................ 7
Plumbing connections.................................................................. 7 − 9
Fitting the shower to the wall......................................................... 10
Electrical connections..................................................................... 11
Commissioning........................................................................... 12 − 14
Operating the shower.................................................................... 15
Adjusting the maximum temperature stop..................................... 16
Cleaning the filters......................................................................... 17
Spare parts..................................................................................... 18
Fault finding............................................................................... 19 − 20
Water/Cable entry points diagram..................................... 21
Guarantee, service policy, etc....................................................rear cover
WARNING
This appliance can be used by children aged from 8 years and
above and persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental
capabilities or lack of experience or knowledge if they have been
.
given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance
in a safe way and understand the hazards involved. Children may
not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance shall
not be made by children without supervision.
To check the product suitability for commercial and multiple installations, please contact Triton’s
specification advisory service before installation.
Telephone: 024 7637 2222
Facsimile: 024 7632 4504
E mail: technical@tritonshowers.co.uk
Aquasensation AS2000X
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PLUMBING NOTES
2
1.1 All installations must comply with Water
Regulations or Water Bylaws.
1.2 Supply pipes must be flushed to clear
debris before connecting the shower unit.
1.3 DO NOT connect the shower unit to
the mains cold water supply as it would
damage the unit and also, the installation
would be in breach of Water Regulations.
2.2 DO NOT turn on the electrical supply
until the plumbing connections have been
completed. Only then can the electricity be
switched on in order to power the solenoid
to turn water on to the shower when
commissioning. The shower must not be
operated dry without water.
1.4 DO NOT use excessive force when making
connections to the flexible hose or
showerhead – finger tight is sufficient.
1.5 ALL plumbing connections are to be
completed and water supplies turned on
BEFORE switching on the electricity supply.
The shower must not be operated dry
without water.
2.3 The mains supply must be 230/240V, at
50Hz, connected to the unit via a double
pole switched 3 Amp fused connection
unit (not supplied) with a minimum 3 mm
contact separation gap in each pole.
1.6 DO NOT solder pipes or fittings within
300 mm of the shower appliance, as heat
transfer can damage components.
2.4 In accordance with ‘The Plugs and Sockets
etc. (Safety) Regulations 1994’, this unit
is intended to be permanently connected
to the fixed electrical wiring of the mains
system.
1.7 When installed, the top of the shower unit
must be at least 75 mm lower than the
base of the cold water storage cistern to
prevent the pump being run dry without
water.
2.5 Fuses do not give personal protection
against electric shock.
2.6 A 30mA residual current device (RCD)
MUST be installed. This may be part of the
consumer unit or a separate unit.
1.8 A dedicated cold water supply must be
taken directly from the cold water cistern
to the shower. This draw-off must be on
the opposite side of the cistern to the float
operated valve to reduce the risk of air
entering the unit.
1.9 The action of the pump is to increase the
flow rate. If the supply pipework cannot
handle the resulting flow rate then:
ELECTRICAL NOTES
2.1 The installation must comply with BS 7671
‘Requirements for electrical installations’
(IEE wiring regulations). Make sure the
incoming hot and cold water supplies to
the shower are adequately earth bonded.
1.9.1 The anticipated flow rate may not
be achieved.
1.9.2 Air may be drawn into the hot
supply from the vent pipe causing
spluttering and temperature fluctuations at
the showerhead.
1.10Fullway isolating valves MUST be fitted
on the hot and cold water supplies to
the shower as an independent means
of isolating the water supplies should
maintenance or servicing be necessary. DO
NOT use stop taps or ball-o-fix type valves
which restrict flow.
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INTRODUCTION
SAFETY WARNINGS
This book contains all the necessary fitting and
operating instructions for your Triton Power
Shower. Please read them carefully.
a. DO NOT insert fingers into the push-in inlet
fittings. Doing so could cause injury.
The shower installation must be carried out by
suitably competent person and in sequence of
this instruction book.
b. Under no circumstances must this product
be connected to mains cold or hot water
supplies. Failure to comply will invalidate
the guarantee.
Care taken during the installation will ensure a
long and trouble free life from your shower
c. The shower MUST NOT be used if
suspected of being frozen.
IMPORTANT: All plumbing connections must
be completed BEFORE making the electrical
connections.
d. The outlet of this appliance MUST NOT be
connected to any form of tap or fitting not
recommended by the manufacturer.
Please read through the whole of this book
before beginning your installation.
e. The showerhead cartridge MUST be cleaned
regularly to remove scale and debris.
IMPORTANT: The fittings on the pipe inlet
elbows are of the push-in type. The pipework
must be cut with a pipe cutter and all burrs
and rough edges removed from the end
of the tube. The fittings can be used with
copper and plastic pipe.
Where chrome plated pipe is used, remove
the first 25 mm of plating.
f. This appliance MUST be earthed.
g. Switch off immediately at the isolating
switch if water ceases to flow during use.
h. DO NOT operate the shower outside the
guidelines laid out in ‘site requirements’.
i. DO NOT operate the shower if the
showerhead or spray hose becomes
damaged.
Note: The pump inside this product is rated
15 minutes on / 45 minutes off duty cycle.
j. DO NOT restrict flow out of the shower by
placing the showerhead in direct contact
with your body.
WARNING!
The power shower does not contain
a thermostatic valve – it will not shut
off in the event of failure of either
the hot or cold water supplies.
A 30mA residual current device (RCD) MUST
be installed in all UK 230V electric and
pumped shower circuits. This may be part of
the consumer unit or a separate unit.
Replacement parts can be ordered from Triton
Customer Service. See ‘spare parts’ for details and part
numbers.
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MAIN COMPONENTS
Fig.1
1
1. Top pipe entry and cable entry
4
2. Terminal block
3. Cover screw fixing
2
4. Motor retaining bracket
5. Rear pipe entry and cable entry
5
6
6. Wall fixing holes
7
7. Pipe inlet elbow - top
(contains single check valves)
8
8. Filter cover - top
9. Pump
9
10.PCB
11
10
11. Temperature control valve
12.Solenoid
12
13. Filter cover - bottom
17
14. Pipe inlet elbow - bottom
(contains single check valves)
13
14
15.Outlet
15
16. Bottom pipe entry
3
16
17. Potentiometer gear
SPECIFICATIONS
Hot water temperature
Maximum static inlet pressures
Maximum temperature 65°C.
100 Kpa (1 bar) or 10m (supplies must be
gravity fed at nominally equal pressures).
BS 6700 recommends that the temperature
of stored water should never exceed 65°C. A
stored water temperature of 60°C is considered
sufficient to meet all normal requirements and
will minimise the effects of scale in hard water
areas.
Minimum static inlet pressure
0.75 Kpa (0.0075 bar) or 75mm (required to
prime the integral centrifugal pump).
Maximum supply head 10m.
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SITE REQUIREMENTS
Fig.3 illustrates all the incorrect connections that
must be avoided.
Water
All pipework to the shower unit must be routed
where it remains below the level of water in
the cistern. In the case of horizontal sections
of pipework in lofts, it may be necessary to
fit automatic air vents at high points on the
supplies to remove the possibility of air locks.
The installation must be in accordance with
Water Regulations/Bylaws and BS 6700.
For correct operation of this shower unit, both
hot and cold water supplies to the appliance
must be gravity fed, at nominally equal
pressures, from a cold water storage cistern and
a hot water storage cylinder.
For the operation of the shower only, it is
recommended that the cold water storage
cistern is capable of holding at least 114 litres
(25 gallons). Where other hot and cold outlets
are likely to be in use simultaneously, the storage
capacity should be increased to 228 litres (50
gallons) in accordance with BS 6700.
The water circuit should be installed so that the
flow is not significantly affected by other taps
and appliances being operated elsewhere on the
premises.
Fig.2 shows a recommended installation where
the hot water supply for the shower is made
via a tee connection on the underside of the
horizontal section of pipework from the cylinder.
Alternatively, the connection can be taken from
the hot supply pipe to other outlets as long as it
is the first draw-off below the ventilation pipe tee.
Do ensure compliance with the Water
Regulations/Bylaws.
DO NOT connect to a combination cylinder
unless there is a guaranteed 114 litre cold supply
to the cylinder as the shower can deliver up to
14 litres per minute. It is advisable to check that
Ring main
Mains supply
25mm min
Isolating
valve
Cold water cistern
Dedicated cold supply
10m 75mm
max min
Vent pipe tee
Isolating
valve
Isolating spur
(3A fused)
outside bathroom
Isolating
valves
Hot supply
Alternative
connection
Hot water
cylinder
Shower unit
Drain
valve
Other hot water
draw-offs
Fig.2 (Diagrammatic view – not to scale)
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the infill rate from the float operated valve meets
the output requirements..
5. The unit must be mounted onto the finished
wall surface (on top of tiles).
It is recommended that there is a minimum
of approximately 114 litres (25 gallons) of hot
water storage per appliance.
DO NOT tile up to the unit after fixing to
the wall.
6. If installing with rear inlet supplies, it is
recommended the supply pipework is sealed
to the wall so as to prevent water from
leaking back into the wall.
The shower MUST NOT be connected to the
mains cold water supply.
DO NOT use jointing compounds.
7. In solid wall installations, the supply
pipework should be housed within
ducting in order to allow some free lateral
movement when making connections and
to ensure compliance with requirements of
accessibility of pipes and pipe fittings.
GENERAL INSTALLATION NOTES
1. DO NOT take risks with plumbing or
electrical equipment.
2. DO NOT install this unit in a position where
it could become frozen.
Fig.4 shows a schematic wiring diagram of the
unit.
3. Isolate electrical and water supplies BEFORE
proceeding with installation work.
4. Shower control MUST be fed from a cold
water storage cistern and hot water cylinder
that provides nominally equal pressures.
Fig.3 (Diagrammatic view
not to scale)
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Fig.4 (schematic view )
SITING OF THE SHOWER
Potentiometer
WARNING!
The shower must not be positioned
where it will be subject to freezing
conditions.
Switch
Thermal
fuse
Motor
IMPORTANT: If fitting to a tiled wall, always
mount the unit on the surface of the tiles.
NEVER tile up to the unit.
PCB
Refer to fig.5 for correct siting of the shower.
Position the unit vertically where it will NOT
be in direct contact with water from the
showerhead.
Solenoid
Note: Allow sufficient room between the ceiling
and the shower unit to access the top cover
screw.
RFI suppression coil
Capacitor 2
Position the shower and showerhead on the wall
so that all controls can be comfortably reached
when using the shower.
Capacitor 1
The showerhead and riser rail can be positioned
either side of the shower unit.
L E N
Note: Water Regulations require the showerhead
be ‘constrained by a fixed or sliding attachment
so that it can only discharge water at a point
not less than 25 mm above the spill-over level
of the relevant bath, shower tray or other fixed
appliance’. The use of the supplied soap dish will
in most cases meet this requirement, but if the
showerhead can be placed within a bath, basin
or shower tray, then a device must be fitted to
prevent back-flow.
Fig.5
AS2000T/AS2000 schematic wiring schematic
Space for cover
screw access
Ceiling
Height of
sprayhead
and shower
to suit user’s
requirement
Shower can
be mounted
either side of
the riser rail
Spill-over
level
Use soap dish
retaining ring
Shower unit
must not be
within an area
1 metre
from base
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REMOVING THE COVER
To remove the cover, first pull off the cover trim
(fig.6) to reveal the retaining screw.
Undo the screw and pull off the inner
temperature control. Now remove the outer flow
control assembly comprising of the flow control,
maximum temperature stop and temperature
disc (fig.7).
Note: If adjustment of the maximum
temperature stop is required, refer to section
’Adjusting the maximum temperature stop’.
Fig.6
Remove the two cover fixing screws – top and
bottom (fig.8).
Carefully lift the cover away from the backplate.
Lay aside the cover and screws until the unit is
fully installed.
Temperature
disc
Maximum
temperature
stop
Fig.7
Note: When removing the cover for future
maintenance purposes be aware of the lead
connecting the Start/Stop switch to the PCB
harness. To release, squeeze the connection
block arms and pull apart. DO NOT let the unit
dangle by the lead.
PLUMBING CONNECTIONS
Plumbing to be carried out before wiring
Note: The outlet of the shower must not be
connected to anything other than the hose and
showerhead supplied.
Flow control
Fig.8
DO NOT use jointing compounds on any pipe
fittings for the installation.
When connecting pipework avoid using tight
90° elbows. Swept or formed bends will give
optimum performance.
Isolate the mains water supply to the cold water
cistern. Drain the hot and cold pipes by opening
all taps.
The hot water supply can be taken from the hot
supply pipe from the cylinder. Make sure that it
is the first draw-off below the ventilation pipe
tee in order to minimise the effects of water
draw-off elsewhere in the house (see fig.2).
Note: There must not be any other draw-offs
between the take-off point and the shower.
A dedicated cold water supply must be taken
directly from the cold water cistern to the
shower. This draw-off must be positioned
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25 mm below the cold feed connection to the
hot water cylinder on the opposite side of the
cistern to the float operated valve (see fig.2).
This minimises air ingress into the pipework.
Fig.9
Plumbing options other than those outlined
in these fitting instructions could impair the
performance. For example, if hot and cold
connections are made after draw-off points
to other outlets, (eg. washing machine, taps,
etc.) it could result in unstable flows and
temperatures should other appliances operate at
the same time.
Top
Area of
backplate
to remove
Cold
Run the hot and cold pipework to the shower
position, making sure that the pipework does
not rise above the level of water in the cold
cistern at any point to avoid air locks. Under
normal site conditions 15 mm pipework will be
adequate.
Hot
Wall
Decide the position of the shower. Cut the
pipework to the dimensions relevant to the
chosen direction of water entry into the shower.
26 mm
Rear
IMPORTANT: For rear entry only, the supplied
elbows must be used. For ease of installation,
the backplate area adjacent to the top pipe
inlet must be cut out, including the top left
wall fixing hole.
19 mm
26 mm
19 mm
Wall
When fitting the elbows to incoming pipework,
ensure the elbow collets are fully engaged with
the pipe.
34 mm
Bottom
Hot
Cold
Dimensions are shown in fig.9 and fig.10.
Rear edge
of
backplate
Note: The pipe inlets are marked for hot and
cold connections – left-hand side for hot inlet on
bottom entry (fig.11), but right-hand side for
hot inlet on top or rear entry (fig.12).
Fig.10
IMPORTANT: The fittings on the inlet elbows
are the push-in type. The pipework must be
cut with a pipe cutter and all burrs and rough
edges removed from the end of the tube. The
fittings can be used with copper and plastic
pipe.
If using chrome plated copper pipe, remove
the first 25 mm of plating completely from
the connecting surfaces. If not completely
removed then the collet will not grip the pipe
and under pressure the pipe may be forced
out.
23.5 mm
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Note: Pipework must be clipped or fixed to the
wall so that it cannot be moved or removed
without the aid of a tool.
Fig.11
Note: The pipe inlets contain filters. These
should be periodically removed and cleaned
in order to maintain the performance of the
shower. See section ‘cleaning’ on how to access
the filters.
Hot
side
Bottom
(rising)
supply
IMPORTANT: The inlets contain check valves,
so before completing the connection of the
water supplies to the shower flush out the
pipework to remove all swarf and system
debris that may cause damage to internal
parts. This can be achieved by connecting
a hose to the pipework and turning on the
water supplies long enough to clear the
debris to waste.
Top
(falling)
or rear
supply
Fig.12
Hot
side
IMPORTANT: Two factory fitted blanking
plugs are fitted to the top pipe inlets. These
should be left in position if bottom pipe entry
is required.
For top or rear pipe entry, the two plugs
MUST be removed and refitted into the
bottom pipe inlets. Failure to fit the
blanking plugs will result in the unit working
erratically.
Fig.13
Blanking
plug
Insert the pipe removal tool supplied between
the flange of the plug and the grey collet and
lever the plug outward (fig.13). Whilst holding
back on the collet, pull out each plug by hand.
When refitting the plugs in the bottom pipe
inlets, make sure they are pushed fully home.
Note: The unit is supplied with a splash guard
(fig.14) to prevent water ingress when top
entry pipework is used. If fitting top entry
pipework, make sure the splash guard is
correctly fitted (fig.14) before replacing the
cover.
Fig.14
Hot
side
Splash guard
Bottom
(rising)
supply
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FITTING THE SHOWER TO THE WALL
Fig.15
IMPORTANT: Before fitting the shower,
make sure the pipework is flushed out to
remove all debris, flux, etc.
Cut out
for cable
For top pipe entry or top cable entry, remove
the relevant cut-outs by either breaking out or
by using a knife or junior hacksaw (fig.15).
If top entry for both pipe and cable is required,
then additionally remove the shaded area
(fig.15) by using a knife or junior hacksaw.
For bottom pipe entry, remove the cut-out and
break off the two circular parts (fig.16). Replace
the cut-out.
For rear pipe entry only, the supplied elbows
must be used with the necessary portion of
backplate cut away as shown in fig.9.
Fig.16
It will be necessary if rear cable entry is required,
for conduit or other routing of the electrical
cable to be completed before fixing the shower
to the wall.
Remove shaded area
Fig.17
Offer the backplate unit up to the completed
pipework and manoeuvre so that the end of the
pipes enter fully into the inlet fittings.
Mark positions for wall fixing holes using
backplate as template (fig.17). Note that four
fixing holes are provided but using only two
should be adequate for most site conditions.
Using the pipe removal tool supplied, push back
and hold the collets from the pipework (fig.18)
to disengage the pipework from the inlet elbows.
Remove unit from the wall.
Drill and plug the wall.
(An appropriate drill bit should be used. If the
wall is brick, plasterboard or a soft building block,
appropriate wall plugs and screws should be fitted).
Note: If fitting rising supplies to the unit, ensure
debris does not enter the pipes when drilling the
wall.
Offer the backplate unit up to the completed
pipework and manoeuvre so that the end of the
pipes enter fully into the inlet fittings.
Check the backplate is square and the fixing
holes are aligned (fig.17).
Secure to the wall with fixing screws supplied.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Fig.18
WARNING!
This unit must be earthed. Isolate the
supply before starting.
The supply cable must conform to relevant
tables in current IEE regulations. In most cases
1 mm² twin and earth will be adequate.
The electrical rating of the shower is on the
rating label within the unit.
SWITCH OFF THE ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AT
THE MAINS.
Cable entry points are shown in fig.1. Conduit
entry can only be from the rear.
Route the cable into the shower, taking care to
avoid the area of the wall fixings and connect to
the terminal block (fig.19) as follows:
Fig.19
Terminal block
Earth cable to terminal marked E
Neutral cable to terminal marked
N
Live cable to terminal marked L
IMPORTANT: Fully tighten the terminal block
screws and check that no cable insulation is
trapped under the screws.
Note: The supply cable earth conductor must
be sleeved.
The earth continuity conductor of the electrical
installation must be effectively connected
electrically to all exposed metal parts of other
appliances and services in the room in which the
shower is to be installed, to conform to current
IEE regulations.
Note: Fuses do not ensure user protection
against electric shock. In the interest of electrical
safety, all mains electric and pumped showers
should be fitted with a 30mA residual current
device (RCD). This may be part of the consumer
unit or a separate unit.
DO NOT switch on the electricity supply until
the water has been turned on to the unit and
connections have been tested for leaks.
IMPORTANT: The cover may be left off
initially only for commissioning.
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COMMISSIONING
Fig.20
WARNING!
Before normal operation of the
shower, it is essential that the
commissioning and setup procedure
are correctly completed. Failure to do
so could cause the pump to run dry
without water and invalidate your
guarantee.
The first operation of the shower is intended to
flush out any remaining system debris and to
ensure water is purged through the unit. This
operation must be carried out with the flexible
hose screwed to the shower outlet but without
the sprayhead attached.
Temperature control
Fig.21
Commissioning
link
Make sure the outlet of the flexible hose is
directed to waste.
Check the isolating valves controlling the water
supply to the unit are fully open.
Note: There is no need to fit the cover at
this stage but be aware of live parts when the
electricity is switched on temporarily.
Fit the temperature control onto the splined
spindle (fig.20).
Fig.22
WARNING!
Be aware of live parts in the unit
when the electricity is switched on.
Cold
DO NOT tamper with any parts and
DO NOT deviate from the following
instructions.
Hot
On the PCB, make sure the commissioning link is
positioned on the middle two pins (fig.21).
Fig.23
Switch on the electric supply at the isolating
switch. Water will begin to flow under gravity
pressure.
Once the unit has been commissioned,
disconnect the electricity supply before removing
the commissioning link.
In order to dispel air and to prime both supplies
to the shower unit, turn the temperature control
several times within its rotational limits. ONCE
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RESISTANCE IS FELT, DO NOT FORCE THE
CONTROL FURTHER.
Fig.24
Note: The temperature control rotates less than
one complete turn (fig.22). DO NOT force it
beyond these limits.
To stop the water flow, switch off the electricity
supply at the isolating switch.
Check for leaks in the pipework and remedy
if necessary. If rear entry has been used then
seal around pipes with mastic to prevent the
possibility of water entering the wall cavity.
DO NOT use plaster as this could cause difficulty
if maintenance is required later.
Setup procedure
Fig.25
MAKE SURE THE ELECTRICITY TO THE UNIT IS
SWITCHED OFF.
WARNING!
Once the unit has been commissioned,
turn off the electricity supply at
the mains before removing the
commissioning link.
Pull off the temperature control. Remove the
commissioning link from the PCB (fig.23) and
store safely for future use.
Fig.26
Inside the cover, attached to the flow control
potentiometer is a 4-wire lead. Fit the connector
on the end of this lead to the 4 pins on the PCB
(fig.24) – it can fit either way.
Make sure the potentiometer control is rotated
fully anti-clockwise (fig.25).
Replacing the cover
Offer the cover to the backplate unit. Inside
the cover, attached to the stop/start switch is
a two wire lead. The socket on the end of this
lead must connect to the plug attached to the
backplate unit (fig.26).
Fit the cover, making sure the connector is fitted
to the PCB and the wires are clear of obstructions.
Secure with the top and bottom fixing screws
(fig.8).
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With your fingers, rotate the valve spindle fully
anti-clockwise (fig.27) to the fully hot position.
Fig.27
Replace the flow control so that it aligns with
the ‘min’ position.
Fit the temperature disc (it will only fit one way)
and maximum temperature stop (fig.28).
Note: If adjustment of the maximum
temperature stop is required, refer to section
’Adjusting the maximum temperature stop’.
Replace the temperature control onto the valve
spindle. Make sure the pointer aligns with
setting ‘9’ on the temperature disc (fig.29).
Secure with the retaining screw and fit the cover
trim.
Switch on the electricity supply at the isolating
switch. Make sure both water supplies are still
turned on.
Fig.28
Flow control
Maximum
temperature
stop
Once the installation of the riser rail is complete,
the shower is ready for normal operation.
Retaining
screw
WARNING
COVER RETAINING SCREWS
Cover
trim
ONLY the SUPPLIED SCREWS should be
used. The use of none supplied screws WILL
invalidate product specifications & warranty.
Temperature
control
Temperature
disc
Fig.29
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OPERATING THE SHOWER
Fig.30
Check all plumbing and electrical supplies are
connected and switched on.
To start the shower, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button
(fig.30).
Adjust the control (fig.31) until the flow rate is
satisfactory.
For maximum flow, turn the flow control fully
anti-clockwise. For minimum flow, rotate the
flow control fully clockwise.
To adjust the temperature rotate the control
(fig.32). The temperature is numbered for ease
of use. The temperature ranges from‑‘1’ – fully
cold to ‘9’ – fully hot.
Fig.31
Once the preferred temperature is reached, no
further adjustment is required, providing the hot
and cold water supplies remain constant.
To stop the shower, press the ‘Start/Stop’ button
once more. This stops the pump and water flow.
Unless the shower is to be used again
immediately, the shower should also be switched
off at the electricity isolating switch.
As a safety feature, the temperature control
has a built-in stop to prevent you accidentally
exceeding your highest desired temperature. If
adjustment is required see section ‘Adjusting the
maximum temperature stop’.
Fig.32
To override this stop, depress the button
(fig.33) while the control is up against the stop
and turn the control anti-clockwise to the higher
settings (pressing the button before the stop will
not operate the override mechanism even if the
control is turned with the button depressed).
To return to the normal temperature range just
turn the temperature control clockwise until it
is past the maximum temperature stop. Make
sure the temperature control is in the normal
temperature range when the shower is switched
off. The stop comes in a factory set position
based on 65°C stored hot water temperature.
Fig.33
Note: As the flow control is adjusted it is normal
for the sound of the pump to alter in pitch.
Override
button
Temperature
control
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ADJUSTING THE MAXIMUM
TEMPERATURE STOP
Fig.34
As a safety feature the shower has a built-in
maximum temperature stop to prevent you
accidentally exceeding your highest desired
temperature. This is set in the factory to provide
a maximum temperature based on the hot
and cold water supplies being 65°C and 15°C
respectively.
IMPORTANT: Only adjust the maximum
temperature stop when the hot water is at its
usual storage temperature.
Procedure
Rotate the temperature control to setting ‘9’ on
the temperature disc.
Remove the cover trim to reveal the retaining
screw (fig.34).
Fig.35
Increase stop position
Undo the retaining screw and carefully pull off
the temperature control, making sure it is still
aligned to setting ‘9’.
Now remove the maximum temperature stop.
Decrease stop position
Maximum
temperature
stop
To increase the temperature stop setting,
reposition the mechanism anti-clockwise within
the arc of the grooves (fig.35).
To decrease the temperature stop setting,
reposition the mechanism clockwise within the
arc of the grooves (fig.35).
Replace the temperature control onto the valve
spindle. Make sure the pointer aligns with
setting ‘9’ on the temperature disc (fig.28).
Secure with the retaining screw and refit the
cover trim.
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Aquasensation AS2000X
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLERS AND SERVICE ENGINEERS ONLY
CLEANING THE FILTERS
Upper filter shown Fig.36
Note: Turn off the electricity and both hot
and cold water supplies to the unit before
proceeding further.
Filter
Filter cover
To remove the cover, first pull off the flow knob
cover trim (fig.6) to reveal the retaining screw.
Undo the screw and pull off the temperature
control. Now remove the outer flow control
assembly comprising of the flow control,
maximum temperature stop and temperature
disc.
Filter
Retaining screw
Remove the two cover fixing screws – top
and bottom (fig.8). Carefully lift the cover
away from the backplate. To release the
PCB connector, squeeze the connection block
arms and pull apart.
Remove the single retaining screw from either
the upper or lower filter cover (fig.36),
depending upon whether top/rear entry or
bottom entry is used. Pull off the filter cover.
Carefully hook out the filters together with ‘O’
rings. Thoroughly clean and replace making sure
the ‘O’ rings are in position.
Refit the filter cover and secure with the
retaining screw.
WARNING!
Switch off the electricity supply
and turn off both hot and cold
water supplies to the unit before
proceeding further.
Make sure the potentiometer control is rotated
fully anti-clockwise (fig.25).
With your fingers, rotate the valve spindle fully
anti-clockwise (fig.26) to the fully hot position.
Fit the cover, making sure the PCB connector is
fitted and the wires are clear of obstructions. Secure
with the top and bottom fixing screws (fig.8).
Replace the flow control so that it aligns with
the ‘min’ position.
Fit the temperature disc (it will only fit one way)
and maximum temperature stop (fig.27).
Replace the temperature control onto the valve
spindle. Make sure the pointer aligns with
setting ‘9’ on the temperature disc (fig.28).
Secure with the retaining screw and fit the cover
trim.
Switch on the electricity supply to the unit and
then turn on both water supplies.
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Aquasensation AS2000X
SPARE PARTS
Ref. Description
Part No.
1 Terminal block............................ 22001320
1
2 Plastic inlet elbow plug x1.......... 7052140
3 Pump and motor assembly......... 84000130
4 Pipe inlet elbow ........................ 83305320
c/w filters and check valves
4
5 Temperature valve...................... 83305280
6
3
5
7
8
9
6 Link pin...................................... 22009060
7 PCB unit..................................... 7073738
8 Solenoid assembly ..................... 22012190
9Gear........................................... 7052184
10
2
10 Filter (pair)................................. 83305330
– Pipe trim.................................... 7052146
– Pipe removing tool..................... 7052144
– Potentiometer harness................ P09440900
–Bracket....................................... 7052183
– Wire kit...................................... 83311410
11
11 Cover assembly.......................... P09440600
– Maximum temperature stop....... 7052186
– Temperature control................... P09441000
c/w override button
– Flow control............................... 7053275
– Temperature disc........................ 7053277
– Flow control trim........................ 7053276
– Temp control cover trim............. 7053280
– Rear entry elbow........................ 22012890
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Aquasensation AS2000X
FAULT FINDING
IMPORTANT: Switch OFF the electricity at the mains supply and remove the correct circuit
fuse before attempting any fault finding inside the unit.
SymptomCause
1 Water too hot.
2 Water too cold.
Action/Cure
1.1 Not enough cold water
flowing through shower.
1.1.1Turn the temperature control clockwise.
1.2 Increase in the ambient
cold water temperature.
1.2.1Turn the temperature control clockwise.
1.3 Cold inlet filter blocked
or check valve sticking.
1.3.1Remove filter and clean. If problem is with
check valve, contact Customer Service.
1.4 Cold water supply
blocked or cut off.
1.4.1Isolate shower and consult a competent
plumber or contact Customer Service.
2.1 Not enough hot water
flowing through shower.
2.1.1Turn temperature control anti-clockwise.
2.2 Decrease in ambient
cold water temperature.
2.2.1Turn temperature control anti-clockwise.
2.3 No hot water in the
storage cylinder.
2.3.1Turn shower off and wait for hot water
cylinder to reheat.
2.4 Hot inlet filter blocked
or check valve sticking.
2.4.1Remove filter and clean. If problem is with
check valve, contact Customer Service.
2.5 Hot water supply
2.5.1Turn shower off. Consult a competent
blocked or otherwise cut off. plumber or contact Customer Service.
3 Pump does not
operate.
3.1 Interrupted power
supply.
3.1.1Blown fuse. Check supply. Renew fuse. If it
fails again consult a competent electrician.
3.1.2Power cut. Check other appliances and if
necessary, contact local Electricity Supply Co.
3.2 Electrical malfunction.
3.2.1Consult a competent electrician or contact
Customer Service.
3.3 Motor overheated.
3.3.1Thermal protection on motor has
operated. Allow appliance to cool and reset
itself. If it persists, contact Customer Service.
3.4 Start/stop switch not
connected.
3.4.1 Remove cover and connect start/stop
switch.
Any maintenance or repair to the shower must be carried out by a suitably
competent person.
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Aquasensation AS2000X
FAULT FINDING
SymptomCause
Action/Cure
4 Water does not 4.1 Water supplies cut off.
flow or is reduced.
4.1.1Check water elsewhere in house and if
necessary contact the local Water Company.
4.2 Shower blocked or air
in the system.
4.2.1Switch off shower and contact Customer
Service.
4.3 Showerhead blocked.
4.3.1Clean showerhead.
4.4 Blocked filters.
4.4.1Clean filters.
5 Cross flow of
5.1 Dirt/debris in check
hot and cold water valves.
into system.
5.1.1Isolate water to unit. Remove check valves.
Clean and replace.
6 Water dripping
from showerhead
when turned off.
6.1 Debris in solenoid
valve.
6.1.1Call Customer Service.
6.2 Potentiometer faulty.
6.2.1Call Customer Service.
7 Pump is noisy or 7.1 Air lock in pump.
air lock in pump.
7.2 Worn pump bearings.
7.1.1Call Customer Service.
8 Unit running
erratically.
8.1.1Fit blanking plugs into unused inlets.
8.1 Blanking plugs not
fitted into unused inlets.
7.2.1Replace pump.
In the unlikely event of a fault occurring please contact Triton Customer service.
DO NOT remove the shower from the installation.
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Aquasensation AS2000X
Entry Points
Diagram Key:
Water Entry Points
Cable Entry Points
WEEE Directive – Policy Statement
As a producer and a supplier of electric showers, Triton Showers is committed to the protection of the environment
via our own environmental policy and the compliance with the WEEE directive.
Triton Showers is fully registered with the Environment Agency under the following schemes:
Repic: Producers take-back scheme (PTS), registration number WEE/EJ3466QV
Valpak: Distributor take-back scheme (DTS), registration number 9659
All our electric products are labelled accordingly with the crossed out wheeled bin symbol. This indicates, for
disposal purposes at end of life, that these products must be taken to a recognised collection points, such as
local authority sites/local recycling centres; this will be free of any charges. Do not return to Triton Showers.
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UK SERVICE POLICY
TRITON STANDARD GUARANTEE
In the event of a product fault or complaint occurring, the following
procedure should be followed:
1. Telephone Customer Service on 02476 378495 having available,
your details including post code, the model number and power
rating of the product, together with the date of purchase and, where
applicable, details of the particular fault.
2. If required, the Customer Service Advisor will arrange
for a qualified engineer to call.
3. All products attended to by a Triton service engineer must be installed
in full accordance with the Triton installation guide applicable to the
product. (Every product pack contains an installation guide, however,
they can also be bought via our Customer Service Spares Department).
4. Our engineer will require local parking and if a permit is required this
must be available to the engineer on arrival at the call.
5. It is essential that you or an appointed representative (who must
be over 18 years of age) is present for the duration of the service
engineer's visit. If the product is in guarantee you must produce proof
of purchase.
6. Where a call under the terms of guarantee has been booked and
the failure is not product related (i.e. scaling and furring, incorrect
water pressure, pressure relief device operation or electrical/plumbing
installation fault) a charge will be made. A charge will also be issued
if nobody is at home when the service engineer calls or adequate
parking/permit is not available.
7. If the product is no longer covered by the guarantee an up front fixed
fee will be charged before the site visit.
8. Should proof of purchase not be available on an “in-guarantee” call,
or should the service engineer find that the product is no longer
under guarantee, the engineer will charge the same fixed price and
the customer will be expected to pay the engineer before he leaves.
If payment is not made on the day an administration charge will be
added to the fixed charge.
9. If a debt is outstanding from a previous visit, or from any other Triton
purchase, Triton reserves the right to withhold service until the debt
has been settled.
10. Triton takes the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees very
seriously and expects customers to treat all staff members with respect.
Should any employee feel threatened or receive abuse, either verbally
or physically, Triton reserves the right to withhold service and will
support the employee with a legal prosecution.
With the exception of accessories, Triton guarantee the
product against all manufacturing defects for a period of
1 year (for domestic use only) from the date of purchase,
provided that it has been installed by a competent person in
full accordance with the fitting instructions.
Replacement Parts Policy
Availability: It is the policy of the manufacturer to maintain parts
availability for the duration of production and a period of five years
thereafter, in accordance with industry standards.
Spare parts are available via our website, www.tritonshowers.co.uk,
or by telephoning Triton Customer Service Spares Department.
Payment should be made by credit/debit card (excluding American
Express or Diners Card). Payment can also be made by pre-payment
of a pro forma invoice by cheque or money order.
Telephone orders are based on information given during of the call.
Before contacting Triton, please verify your requirements
using the information contained in the supplied user guide.
Triton cannot accept liability for incorrect part identification.
Any part found to be defective during this guarantee period
we undertake to repair or replace at our option without
charge so long as it has been properly maintained and
operated in accordance with the operating instructions, and
has not been subject to misuse or damage. This product
must not be taken apart, modified or repaired except by a
person authorised by Triton. This guarantee applies only to
products installed within the United Kingdom and does not
apply to products used commercially. This guarantee does
not affect your statutory rights.
What is not covered:
1. Breakdown due to: a) use other than domestic use by
you or your resident family; b) wilful act or neglect;
c) any malfunction resulting from the incorrect use or
quality of electricity, gas or water or incorrect setting
of controls; d) failure to install in accordance with this
installation guide
2. Claims for missing parts once the product has been
installed.
3. Repair costs for damage caused by foreign objects or
substances.
4. Total loss of the product due to non-availability of parts.
5. Compensation for loss of use of the product or
consequential loss of any kind.
6. Call out charges where no fault has been found with the
appliance.
7. The cost of repair or replacement of pressure relief
devices, showerheads, hoses, riser rails and/or wall
brackets, isolating switches, electrical cable, fuses and/or
circuit breakers or any other accessories installed at the
same time.
8. The cost of routine maintenance, adjustments, overhaul
modifications or loss or damage arising therefrom,
including the cost of repairing damage, breakdown,
malfunction caused by corrosion, furring,
9. Call out charges where the water supply cannot be
isolated, this includes consequential losses arising from
unserviceable supply valves.
For the latest Terms & Conditions, please see:
www.tritonshowers.co.uk

Customer Service:
02476 378495
Fax: 02476 324504
Triton Showers
Triton Road
Nuneaton
Warwickshire CV11 4NR
www.tritonshowers.co.uk
Triton is a division of Norcros Group (Holdings) Limited
26-02-2015 - 1 yr elec
All accessories such as shower heads, hoses and riser rails
carry a 1 year parts only guarantee against manufacturing
defects.
E-mail: serviceenquiries@tritonshowers.co.uk
TRITON reserve the right to change product specification without prior notice. © TRITON SHOWERS 2015
UNBMXFIXBT
All dimensions are approximate.
430mm - or (940mm)
640mm - or (1150mm)
CONOR
Riser rail assembly
Installation Instructions
Installers
please note these instructions are to be left with the user
2180751D
June 2010
FITTING THE CONOR RISER RAIL ASSEMBLY
Fig.1
Fig.2
FITTING THE RISER RAIL
Warning!
Check there are no hidden cables or
pipes before dri­­lling holes for wall
plugs. Use great care when using
power tools near water. The use of
a residual current device (RCD) is
recommended.
Decide on the position for the rail on the wall
within the shower area. Proceed as follows:
• Offer one of the brackets to the wall for the
lower position only. Note there are three
holes in the brackets but two screws will
usually be enough. Mark the centre hole and
one of the other two.
Fig.3
Press and hold
button to unlock
mechanism
Riser rail
Slider/holder
assembly
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Drill and plug the wall. (An appropriate drill bit
should be used. If the wall is brick, plasterboard
or a soft building block, appropriate wall plugs
and screws should be fitted).
• Replace the bracket to the wall and secure
(fig.1).
Soap dish/hose retainer
• Locate the rail onto this lower bracket,
making sure the rail engages fully on the
bracket. Check that the indent in the riser rail
engages into the cut-out on the bracket end
(fig.2).
• Locate the second bracket on top of the rail.
Check the rail is vertical then mark the centre
hole and of the other two holes. Remove the
bracket and rail. Drill and plug the wall.
• Fit the slider/holder assembly and the soap
dish onto the riser rail. The slider can be
fitted with the showerhead on either the left
or right of the riser rail and the soap dish can
be fitted either way up (fig.3).
FITTING THE CONOR RISER RAIL ASSEMBLY
• Place the rail onto the installed lower bracket.
Replace the upper bracket onto the rail and
secure the bracket to the wall with the screws
supplied (fig.4).
Fig.4
• Place a trim cover onto each bracket. Make
sure the large tab at the narrow end of the
trim cover fits into the slot between the rail
and bracket (fig.5) before pushing and
clicking the other end into place.
Should the need arise, the trim covers can be
removed by inserting a screwdriver into the
slot and carefully levering off the trim.
Fitting the hose and Showerhead
• Feed the flexible hose through the
appropriate soap dish opening (fig.6) so
that the dish acts as a retaining ring (Water
Regulations).
Note: The holder is slightly tapered and the
showerhead and hose will only fit from one
direction.
Fig.5
Fig.6
Fig.7
Fig.8
• Screw the flexible hose onto the shower
outlet and showerhead (fig.7), making sure
the supplied washers are in place at both
ends of the flexible hose.
• Place the showerhead into the holder (fig.8)
and check that it fits correctly.
IMPORTANT: This riser rail assembly
is supplied with a hose retainer. Water
Regulations require the fitting of a double
check valve or similar device in the supply
pipework to prevent backflow if the retainer
is not used.
Important: It is the conical end of the hose
which grips into the holder. The showerhead
will not fit in the holder without the hose
attached.
Shower
Showerhead
Washers
Showerhead
Holder
Spare parts
Ref.Description
Part Number
-
-
Kit without rail - white
Kit without rail - chrome
88900020
88900028
1.
Brackets (pair) - white
Brackets (pair) - chrome
83306160
83306170
2. Riser rail
430 mm - anodised
430 mm - white
430 mm - chrome
940 mm - anodised
1
7042409
7042411
7042412
7042935
3.
Showerhead holder - white 83313470
Showerhead holder - chrome 83314210
4.
Soap dish - white
Soap dish - clear
7054123
7054124
2
3
Flexible hoses available in the following sizes:
1.00 m in white, chrome and gold
1.25 m in white, chrome and gold
1.75 m in chrome only
4
1
Please refer to shower installation and operating instructions for service details
32mm
8000 Series
Showerhead
Maintenance
Instructions
Installers
please note these instructions are to be left with the user
2180872D - July 2014
8000 SERIES SHOWERHEAD
1
Removal
button
Lever
This instruction book covers the operation and
cleaning of the showerhead.
SHOWERHEAD SPRAY POSITIONS
Body
Five showerhead patterns are available.
Spray
plate
2
Adjust the spray pattern by turning the lever
on the showerhead in either direction until the
desired pattern is obtained. These positions are
located at 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 o'clock, when the
showerhead is in the vertical position.
REMOVING THE SPRAY PLATE
IMPORTANT: Before cleaning, turn off the unit
at the mains supply to avoid the shower being
accidentally switched on.
1 Rotate the spray plate clockwise until it
reaches it's 'stop' position facing the removal
button.
2 Press and hold the removal button in.
3 With the removal button held in, rotate the
face plate clockwise past the removal button
until it stops.
3
4 Release the removal button and gently pull
the face plate away from the body using the
adjustment lever.
IMPORTANT
Should any difficulty arise when trying
to remove the spray plate (image 4)
DO NOT try to force it out of the body
by hand, or by using tools such as a
screwdriver. Reset the spray plate to the
position shown in image 7 and repeat
steps 1-4 as listed above.
4
DO NOT remove the inner plate (image
5). Removing this, WILL invalidate any
product warranty.
8000 SERIES SHOWERHEAD
CLEANING
Triton recommends that all products are
cleaned using warm, soapy water.
5
DO NOT use abrasive or aggressive chemical
cleaning products as this may affect the
product surface and finish and invalidate your
guarantee.
Inner plate
Alignment
arrow
NOTE: The showerhead can be cleaned quickly by
simply rubbing your fingers over the spray plate.
a
IT IS IMPORTANT TO KEEP THE SHOWERHEAD
CLEAN TO MAINTAIN THE PERFORMANCE
OF THE SHOWER. The hardness of the water
will determine the frequency of cleaning. For
example, if the shower is used every day in a
very hard water area, it may be necessary to
clean the showerhead on a weekly basis.
Lever
matching
the arrow
position
REPLACING THE SPRAY PLATE
5 The spray plate and face plate MUST be
aligned correctly for reinstallation. To align
them correctly, please do the following:
a Ensure that the inner plate is turned fully
clockwise until it stops. The alignment arrow
position is approximately 9 o'clock, when the
showerhead is in the vertical position.
b
6
b The lever MUST then be matched up with
the arrows position to reinstall the spray plate
correctly.
Should any difficulty arise when trying to
refit the spray plate DO NOT try to force
it back into position. Please make sure the
arrow and lever positions are correct.
Once in place, the spray plate face should be
gently pressed until its edges sit flush with
the body.
6 Now installed into the body, start to turn the
spray plate anti-clockwise.
7 To lock the plate back into the mechanism,
the spray plate MUST be rotated fully
anti-clockwise until it stops.
IMPORTANT: The showerhead should be
directed towards waste, and the shower
switched on to ensure the spray plate is
locked into the mechanism before use.
7
SPARE PARTS
Ref. Description
Part number
1. 5 mode rub clean showerheads
SHOWER HEADS
1
(mixer showers only)
88500060 ...................................WHITE MIXER
88500061 ................................CHROME MIXER
88500068 .....................................SATIN MIXER
(electric showers only)
88500062.................................INCLUSIVE WHT
88500069 .......................................ELEC SATIN
88500070 .........................INCLUSIVE CHROME
88500074 ......................................ELEC WHITE
88500075..................................ELEC CHROME
2. Flow Regulator
FLOW REGULATORS
22011740...............................................4 L/MIN
22011750...............................................5 L/MIN
2
22011760...............................................6 L/MIN
22011610...............................................7 L/MIN
22011280...............................................8 L/MIN
For latest service policy and contact details visit www.tritonshowers.co.uk