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Installation & Operation Instructions
For Big Dipper Internal Strainer
(IS) Series Units
Models W-150-IS, W-200-IS, W-250-IS, W-350-IS and W-500-IS
Big Dipper W-200-IS Servicing
A Pre-Rinse Sink
Big Dipper W-200-IS Servicing
A 3-Compartment Sink
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*
* Please consult Thermaco, Inc. for specific models tested,
certified and/or listed by these organizations.
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Copyright ©2007 Big Dipper® Thermaco, Inc. • P.O. Box 2548 • Asheboro, NC 27204
Toll Free: (800) 633-4204 • V: (336) 629-4651 • F: (336) 626-5739
E-mail: [email protected] • Online: www.big-dipper.com
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Part# MNL-IS14000
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
IS System Overview
3
IS System Maintenance
4
IS Timer Operation
5
IS System Troubleshooting
6
How To Reverse IS System Operation
7
Plumbing Installation
8
Electrical Installation
10
IS System Wiring Diagram
11
IS Component Identification
12
IS Replacement Parts
13
Limited Warranty
14
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Big Dipper® Internal Strainer (IS)
System Overview
Big Dipper® Internal Strainer (IS) System Overview
The Thermaco, Inc. Big Dipper® Automatic Grease and
Oils Removal System removes free-floating grease & oils
from kitchen drain water flows. As most food service facility
managers already know, grease buildup within a building’s
plumbing drainage system is a major cause of problems due
to drain line blockages. These problems jeopardize normal
operations as well as create health and safety hazards within
the facility itself.
The proper installation of a Big Dipper System can reduce or
eliminate grease problems. Use of the Big Dipper assures
minimization and/or elimination of costly sewer surcharges
and fines through efficient separation and removal of free-floating grease & oils. In addition, the
Big Dipper also helps reduce or eliminate pumping and disposal costs associated with conventional grease traps or interceptors. The recovered grease & oils are substantially water-free and
are suitable for recycling by local rendering and/or biodiesel companies.
The Big Dipper system is an automatic, self-cleaning device. As greasy kitchen effluent drains
from kitchen fixtures, the unit traps the grease & oils. These separate from the effluent and rise
to the surface of the separator tank. The unit automatically skims the trapped grease & oils and
transfers the grease & oils to a collection container. A timer controls the self cleaning operation,
activating the skimming wheel at a user-set time. Only the “cleaned” water exits the unit and
flows into the facility drain lines. The Big Dipper IS automatic systems operate most efficiently
when servicing single fixtures such as a 1 to 3-compartment sink or a pre-rinse station.
The Big Dipper system’s compact footprint allows installation directly at the source where grease
problems originate. The system design also allows easy maintenance and operation requiring only
a minimal amount of daily and weekly maintenance to maintain peak operating performance.
The Big Dipper system design allows for maximum installation flexibility. Reversing the system
operation is a simple as rotating the cover assembly of the unit.
Grease interceptors, grease traps, automatic recovery units, grease removal devices and other
similar plumbing devices receiving kitchen flows from sinks, floor drains, woks and other food
bearing sources may generate odors. There are many factors influencing odor evolution and dissemination. These include room ventilation, kitchen menu, ambient temperatures, ware washing
practices, grease/oil input, daily input fluid volume, sanitizers, installation plumbing design and
product maintenance/upkeep. Odors are usually prevented by good area ventilation, frequent
fluid inputs, good product maintenance practices and proper product installation. Additional steps,
including aeration, chlorination, improved area ventilation and additional maintenance control,
may be needed at some sites.
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Big Dipper® Internal Strainer (IS)
System Maintenance
Big Dipper® Internal Strainer (IS) System Maintenance
*CAUTION! DISCONNECT POWER TO UNIT BEFORE CLEANING
to prevent damage to the unit and personal injury
*NOTE: Before energizing unit after cleaning, fill tank with water
to protect wipers and heater from damage
Daily Maintenance:
(A) Empty the clear plastic grease/oils collection container (located beside the unit) prior to its
becoming full once each day. The Big Dipper recovers grease and oil virtually water-free so that
they can be recycled. The collector container should be washed periodically so as to maintain
the easy viewing translucent characteristic of the collector.
(B) The internal strainer basket should be removed and emptied into a garbage container by
shaking briskly. Wash the inside and outside surfaces of the strainer after emptying.
Weekly Maintenance:
(A) Check the collection trough and the wiper blades for any solids build-up. Wipe off any accumulated deposits and assure that the wiper blades are clipped in place properly.
(B) Check the Timer to be sure it is set and operating correctly.
(C) Check the thickness of the grease layer at the top of the unit. There should be no appreciable
amount of grease or oil left in the tank immediately after the daily automatic skimming cycle. If
there is more than a 1/2” (13 mm) thick layer of grease after the skimming cycle, this indicates
a need to increase the skimming time. Increase the timer settings accordingly until a clean unit
appearance is obtained after the automatic skimming cycle (A simple guide is to increase the “on”
time by 30 minutes for each 1” (25 mm) of grease layer observed after the skimming cycle).
Quarterly Maintenance:
(A) The internal strainer basket in the unit is designed to remove incidental solids from kitchen
drain flows. Over a period of time, sediment consisting of very fine particles may begin to accumulate on the bottom of the unit. If this build-up is allowed to continue, it may eventually block
the outlet baffle. To prevent this from occurring, remove the lid and stir the bottom of the unit with
a long handled spatula while water is flowing to flush out the sediment. Occasionally drain and
clean the unit thoroughly. Properly used, a wet-vac may be appropriate for this purpose.
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Big Dipper® IS System
Suggested Settings/Timer Operation
Big Dipper® IS System Suggested Settings/Timer Operation
TO SET TIMER:
1. Push on/off tabs on the outer ring
of timer inward into dial at desired
“ON” times. 1 Tab = 15 minutes.
Minimum of one (1) tab (15 minutes) not to exceed 2 hours in a
complete run cycle.
Tabs NOT
punched
in indicate
“OFF”setting
2. Turn dial CLOCKWISE
one or more complete revolutions
until the present time is aligned
with the time-of-day indicator
point.
3. Fill the unit with water by turning Dial rotates
on the sink water taps, then plug Clockwise
the Big Dipper unit into grounded
electrical outlet.
4. Tabs pushed IN = ON
Tabs pushed OUT = OFF
Time-of-day
indicator point
5
4
3
2
1
12
AM
12
11
7
10
8
9
9
3
9
8
10
7
11
6
12
1
2
3
7
PM
4
5
Tabs punched in
indicate “ON”setting
NOTE: IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE, RESET TIMER. (See Step 2 above).
After the plumbing installation is complete, the Big Dipper unit needs to be set for the proper
automatic self-cleaning operation for the facility. All Big Dipper IS models are equipped with a 24
Hour/96 Event time controller. This time controller is located under the lid of the motor housings
mounted on top of the Big Dipper lid (See Pages labeled “Electrical Connection Detail” sketches
of this location).
Depending upon the amount of accumulated grease and oils, the system may need to be reset
to operate more or less time to skim all separated grease and oils. This can be determined by
removing the top cover and observing the depth of the separated grease layer shortly after a
cleaning cycle is completed. This layer should not be more than 1/2” (13 mm) thick. If this layer
is consistently thicker, increase the operating times of the Big Dipper IS System by 30 minutes for
each additional 1” (25 mm) of grease not to exceed 2 hours in a complete run cycle. If required,
additional run cycles can be added throughout the day. Consequently, if there is any quantity of
water in the grease collector, then the Big Dipper is operating too long. Decrease the amount of
operating time by one tab (15 min.) at a time until no water is collected in the container.
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Big Dipper® IS System Series
Troubleshooting
Big Dipper unit overflows
(1) Check to see that the outlet pipe is not reduced to a
smaller size, the outlet piping is vented, has as few 90
degree outlet turns as possible, and that no “P” trap is
installed on the outlet. Re-plumb the piping, if necessary. Check outlet piping for clogs. Have a plumber
clean the line, if necessary.
2) Make sure that the solids strainer is in place and
emptied daily.
3) Check the bottom of the grease chamber for excessive solids and silt buildup which may be blocking the
outlet baffle. Disconnect the power and use a long
handled spatula or similar instrument to stir the bottom
while water flows through the unit. If necessary, drain
and clean the sediment from the unit. To prevent recurrence, schedule this cleaning to be done on a regular
basis (properly used, a wet vac may be appropriate for
cleaning sediment from the bottom of the unit).
4) Make sure the flow rate to the unit does not exceed the
maximum flow rate, which is shown on the nameplate.
If necessary, have a plumber install an approved flow
control to restrict the inlet flow to the specified level or
install a properly sized Big Dipper for the application.
Excessive water observed in the grease collection
container
1) Check Timer for excessive “on” time. Unit will pick
up incidental water after all grease is removed.
2) Make sure that the water flow to the unit does not
exceed the rated flow and there are no drain line clogs
downstream from the unit.
No grease is collected in the container
(1) Check to be sure the power is on and the time control is set correctly. The “on” time should be no less
than 15 minutes per day. There is a Power Indicator
Light under the Timer which indicates that Power is
reaching the unit. If this light is not Red, power is not
reaching the unit.
(2) Remove the lid and clean away any buildup that
may be present on the wiper blades or collection trough.
Make sure the wiper blade(s) are properly in place on
the skimmer wheels. Replace wiper blades when worn
or warped.
(3) Set the time control to the “ON” position & ensure
that the skimmer turns. CAUTION: Keep your hands
away from moving parts to avoid possible injury. If the
skimmer motor does not come on, the motor assembly
must be replaced.
(4) Check for congealed grease in the unit. If the Big
Dipper’s heating element is not warming the unit, the
heating element must be replaced.
(5) Some sites do not generate enough grease to be
captured by the skimming process. Set Timer for minimum operation - 1 Tab (15 Min.)
Objectionable odor
(1) Make sure grease/oil is being skimmed properly
from the unit.
(2) Check the timer settings for excessive “on” time.
Also check to see if any water is collected in the grease
collector. Reduce operating time until water is no longer
observed in the grease collector.
(3) If excessive sediment has collected on the bottom
of the unit, clean the unit as described in item 3 in “Big
Dipper unit overflows.”
(4) Clean the solids strainer and grease collection
container more frequently.
(5) Grease interceptors, grease traps, automatic recovery units, grease removal devices and other similar
plumbing devices receiving kitchen flows from sinks,
floor drains, woks and other food bearing sources may
generate odors. There are many factors influencing
odor evolution and dissemination. These include room
ventilation, kitchen menu, ambient temperatures, ware
washing practices, grease/oil input, daily input fluid volume, sanitizers, installation plumbing design and product
maintenance/upkeep. Odors are usually prevented by
good area ventilation, frequent fluid inputs, good product
maintenance practices and proper product installation. Additional steps, including aeration, chlorination,
improved area ventilation and additional maintenance
control, may be needed at some sites.
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How To Reverse Big Dipper®
IS System Unit Operation
How To Reverse Big Dipper® IS System Unit Operation
2)
1)
Clearance Required
To Remove Lid
14.000”
*ALWAYS UNPLUG UNIT BEFORE REMOVING LID
*SYSTEM WILL NOT OPERATE UNLESS CENTER MODULE IS IN PLACE
Grease
Outlet
1) Unlatch the Unit lid. Pull the
side wings outward.
3)
2) Lift the center module up off of
the unit, ensuring clearance for the
heater.
4)
Heater
Power
Cord
3) Rotate the center module
180º.
4) Lower the center module back
down on top of the unit. Move the
two side wings back into place
& fasten all latches.
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Big Dipper® IS System
Plumbing Installation
Big Dipper® IS System Plumbing Installation
Locating the Unit
To minimize grease build-up in piping, a Big
Dipper system should be located as close as
possible to the fixture it is serving. The system should be visible and easily accessible for
maintenance and inspection. The unit must
be in a level position. Be sure to check the
Specification Sheet for your model for the
exact clearances needed for installation. If
the system is located directly on the floor, the
bottom should be sealed to the floor with an
approved silicone type sealant. Make sure the
height above the Internal Strainer access cover
is enough to remove the strainer basket.
Venting the Outlet
An outlet vent or approved vacuum breaker of
at least 1/2 the diameter of the system’s outlet
connection must be present as close as possible to the Big Dipper outlet to prevent possible
siphonage problems. Failure to provide a vent
for the system voids Thermaco’s Warranty for
the system.
For High Head Height Applications
Over Six (6) Feet (1.95 m)
Big Dipper systems are equipped with an
internal flow regulator located inside the inlet
end of the system. Verify its location and
placement prior to connecting the inlet pipInlet/Outlet Piping
ing. If your code requires a vertical type flow
The inlet and outlet piping connections require regulator, an approved control with a flow ratflexible sleeve pipe couplings. Keep outlet pip- ing matching the system’s flow rate should be
ing as straight as possible. Use only “sweep” used. Note: When a Big Dipper is servicing
connections. Do not reduce the pipe sizing multiple fixtures, some codes require separate
on the outlet piping. Do not install “P” trap on flow controls for each fixture. See following
outlet connection of system. (Note: The system page for suggested high head height flow
already has a internal gas trap)
regulation installation.
Flow Controls
Big Dipper systems are equipped with an internal
flow control located inside the inlet end of the
system. Verify its location and placement prior
to connecting the inlet piping.
Fill Unit With Water Before Applying
Power
Big Dipper systems, equipped with an electric
heating element, MUST be filled with water
before energizing the power to the system.
Failure to do so may damage the electric heating
element. These elements will NOT be replaced
under Thermaco’s Warranty.
Do Not Use With Food Grinders, Potato
Peelers or Waste Disposal Units
If the system is connected to a Waste Disposal
Unit, Garbage Grinder or Potato Peeler, Thermaco’s Warranty will be void.
Note: Drawing for reference only.
Equipment must be installed in
compliance with all applicable laws,
regulations and codes, including plumbing codes. Installation
should be performed by a qualified
plumber.
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Big Dipper® IS System
Plumbing Installation
Big Dipper® IS System Plumbing Installation
(For Installations With Head Height Greater Than 6 feet (1.95m))
For installations where there is a significant amount of head height (More than 6 ft./1.95 m),
Thermaco, Inc. recommends installation of the optional VFCA Vented Flow Control module.
Flow Control Vent/Air Intake
(Note: Flow Control Vent may be independent direct connect
to atmosphere or code-approved air admittance valve. To
be installed above sink flood rim.)
NEVER CONNECT TO FACILITY VENT
Drainage Piping
from Kitchen
Outlet Vent
(Note: Vent may be facility vent connection or
code-approved air admittance valve)
* Installation in high head height
locations requires removal of the
Internal Flow Control (small rubber cap under no-hub coupling
over the Inlet).
Big Dipper® IS Unit
VFCA-15 Vented Flow Control for W-150-IS
VFCA-20 Vented Flow Control for W-200-IS
VFCA-25 Vented Flow Control for W-250-IS
VFCA-35 Vented Flow Control for W-350-IS
VFCA-50 Vented Flow Control for W-500-IS
Installations where head
height is greater than 6 feet
(1.95 m)
Optional P-Trap
NOTE: Drawing for reference only. Equipment must be installed in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations and codes, including plumbing codes. Installation should be performed by a qualified plumber.
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Big Dipper® IS System
Electrical Installation
Big Dipper® IS System Electrical Installation
Big Dipper Internal Strainer (IS) Models
Big Dipper Internal Strainer Series Models utilize one 24 hour time controller.
The timer is located under the hinged lid of the motor enclosure on top of the
lid of Big Dipper (See Timer Operation Instructions). The Big Dipper should
only be plugged into a properly grounded 3-prong 120 VAC outlet. If
possible, the power supply outlet for the Big Dipper should be connected
to an electrical circuit controlled by a ground fault circuit breaker.
Electrical Panel
(NOT SUPPLIED)
There is a Power Indicator Light that will glow Red if power is being fed to
the unit. If this light is off, power is not reaching the unit.
This Big Dipper unit is shipped from the Factory wired for Simultaneous
Operation. This means the Heater and Motor operate at the same time
under timer control. Continuous Heater Operation is where the Heater is
active at all times. To switch to Continuous Heater Operation, switch the
RED WIRE on the THERMOSTAT with the BLACK WIRE. (Instructions are
on the wiring Diagram in the electrical enclosure.
115 VAC Circuit,
From Ground Fault
Circuit Breaker
(NOT SUPPLIED)
Power Indicator Light
(Hidden)
Note: The Big Dipper unit will not operate when the lid is removed.
Socket Outlet
(NOT SUPPLIED)
Timer
(Under Hinged Lid)
PROPERLY
DISPOSE OF
CONTENTS
DAILY
Big Dipper Electrical Requirements
4.5 Amps @ 120 VAC 60Hz (520 Watts)
Note:
Time Clock Supplied with system.
Drawing for reference only. Equipment must be installed in compliance
with all applicable laws, regulations and codes, including electrical codes.
Installation should be performed by a qualified electrician.
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Big Dipper® IS System
Wiring Diagram
Wiring Diagram For Big Dipper Models
W-150-IS Through W-500-IS
GROUND WIRE ATTACHED
TO HEATER
POWER SUPPLY CORD
BLACK
GREEN
WHITE
FULLY INSULATED
QUICK CONNECT
HEATER
NEON
LAMP
INTERLOCK
SWITCH
WHITE
WHITE
BLACK
WHITE
INTERCHANGE FULLY
INSULATED QUICK
CONNECTORS TO
CHANGE HEATER
OPERATING MODE.
RED WIRE TO
THERMOSTAT GIVES
SIMULTANEOUS
HEATER/MOTOR
OPERATION. BLACK
WIRE TO
THERMOSTAT GIVES
CONTINUOUS
HEATER OPERATION.
WHITE
THERMOSTAT
BLACK
WHITE
RED
BLACK
FULLY INSULATED
QUICK CONNECT
BLACK
BLACK
MOTOR
TIMER
BLACK
GREEN
GREEN
RING TERMINALS TO GROUND STUD
ON MOTOR MOUNT BRACKET
RED
1
2
FULLY INSULATED
FEMALE CONNECTOR
3
4
5
PIGGY-BACK
CONNECTOR
NOTE:
220-240V Units (International Units) have the
following wire color changes:
On the POWER SUPPLY CORD:
The Black Wire becomes Brown
The White Wire becomes Blue
The Green Wire becomes Yellow/Green
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Big Dipper® IS System
Component Identification
Big Dipper® IS System Component Identification
Big Dipper Internal Strainer (IS) Lid Components (With Covers In Place)
Hinged Skimming Wheel
Cover
Flow Control
(Covering Inlet)
Inlet
Motor/Electrical
Cover
Outlet
Strainer Basket
Cover
Timer
Cover
Power Indicator
Light
Grease
Collector
Big Dipper Internal Strainer (IS) Lid Components (With Wheel Cover Removed)
Skimming Wheel Assembly
Part #PDA-3
Safety Switch (Under Motor Cover)
Part #MSS-5
Wheel Drive Sprocket
Part #WDS-3
Inlet
Wiper Blades (2)
Part #PB-3
Outlet
Wheel Wiper Assembly
Part #WWA-3
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Big Dipper® IS System Replacement Parts
Big Dipper® IS System Replacement Parts
SOLIDS STRAINER BASKET
FOR MODEL#
USE PART#
W-150-IS THROUGH W-250-IS
W-350-IS & W-500-IS
ST-20
ST-57
TIMER (Under Cover)
FOR ALL MODELS USE PART# ETC-1
PROPERLY
DISPOSE OF
CONTENTS
DAILY
NOT SHOWN:
MOTOR (1 per unit)
PART# M-58
HEATER (1 per unit)
PART# H-7
THERMOSTAT (1 per unit)
PART# TSTAT-4
INTERNAL FLOW CONTROL (1 per unit)
PART# MFC-15 FOR W-150-IS
PART# MFC-20 FOR W-200-IS
PART# MFC-25 FOR W-250-IS
PART# MFC-35 FOR W-350-IS
PART# MFC-50 FOR W-500-IS
GREASE/OILS COLLECTION CONTAINER
FOR W-150-IS THROUGH W-500-IS USE PART# GC-7
LID GASKET
PART# RG-7
WIPER BLADES (2 per unit)
PART# PB-3
WHEEL WIPER ASSEMBLY (1 per unit)
PART# WWA-3
WHEEL DRIVE SPROCKET (1 per unit)
PART# WDS-3
SKIMMING WHEEL ASSEMBLY (1 per unit)
PART# PDA-3
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Big Dipper® Limited Warranty & Remedy
Thermaco, Inc. warrants to the original user that the products manufactured by it delivered with this warranty shall
be free from material defects in workmanship and materials for a period of 12 months from the date of invoice to the
distributor (if sold by an authorized Thermaco distributor) or the date of invoice to the purchaser (if sold directly by
Thermaco, Inc.), but in no event longer than 15 months from date of shipment from Thermaco’s production facility.
Any claim must be made in writing to Thermaco at 646 Greensboro Street, Asheboro, NC 27203 promptly after
discovery of the defect and within the applicable warranty period. The product must be delivered, prepaid, to Thermaco, together with proof of purchase, the serial number from which the item was removed and a return authorization number issued by Thermaco. If Thermaco determines upon examination that the component is defective and
that the warranty conditions are met, Thermaco’s sole obligation under this warranty, and the purchaser’s sole and
exclusive remedy, is the repair or replacement, at Thermaco’s option, of the defective component, including parts
and labor. The replacement will be furnished F.O.B. point of shipment. If Thermaco determines that the component
is not defective or that the other conditions of this warranty are not met, then any return of such part to the purchaser
shall be at purchaser’s cost.
This warranty shall not cover any defect in otherwise covered products resulting directly or indirectly from: (i) failure
to properly install, operate or maintain the product in accordance with Thermaco’s instructions and procedures,
including, without limitation, use in excess of rated flow, operation without timer control, improper electrical service,
use to remove emulsified fats and oils or use that fails to comply with applicable laws, regulations or codes; (ii) damage in transit, handling or installation; (iii) modifications, adjustments, repairs, or alterations made by unauthorized
persons; or (iv) other causes not arising out of defects in workmanship or materials. Thermaco shall not be responsible for damage to products resulting from vault flooding, sewer line back-up, pumping or lift station failure, ambient
water flow or other sources of water damage. This warranty does not cover equipment or parts not manufactured
by Thermaco. Purchaser’s costs relating to any service, adjustment, removal, repair, packing, or otherwise incurred
with respect to the defect prior to submission for warranty are the responsibility of purchaser.
No distributor, sales person or other person is authorized to make any warranty statements on behalf of Thermaco
regarding Thermaco products other than as set forth in this warranty. This statement of warranty supersedes any
quote, brochure, or other statement or document with respect to warranty of Thermaco products.
EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY SET FORTH ABOVE, THERMACO, INC. MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR GUARANTEES, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, AS TO
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WHETHER OR NOT THERMACO HAD
KNOWLEDGE OF PURCHASER’S PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS OR NEEDS, OR WITH RESPECT TO ODOR
GENERATION OR OTHER INCIDENTALS RELATING TO USE OF THE PRODUCT.
The sole and exclusive remedy with respect to this warranty any other claim relating to defects or any other condition or use of Thermaco products, however caused, and whether such claim is based upon warranty, contract,
tort, strict liability or any other theory, is LIMITED to the repair or replacement of the product, excluding labor or
any other cost to remove or install said the product or, at Thermaco’s option, repayment of the purchase price. IN
NO EVENT SHALL THERMACO, INC. BE LIABLE, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, INDEMNITY OR ANY OTHER LEGAL THEORY, FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OR FOR ANY OTHER LOSS OR COST OF A SIMILAR TYPE. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES WILL THE AGGREGATE LIABILITY OF THERMACO FOR ANY CAUSE OF ACTION RELATED TO THE
PRODUCTS COVERED HEREBY EXCEED THE NET PURCHASE PRICE RECEIVED BY THERMACO FOR THE
PRODUCTS. Any action or suit by purchaser against Thermaco relating to Thermaco products must be brought
within one (1) year of the date of the invoices referenced above. The exclusions and limitations set forth herein are
separate and independent from any remedies which purchaser may have hereunder and shall be given full force
and effect whether or not any or all such remedies shall be deemed to have failed of their essential purpose.
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