Pool Solar Inst Guide
Poolsolar
Installation Guide
Thank you for purchasing Poolsolar. Whether you are building or, already have a pool, the Poolsolar is the ideal
way of adding extra FREE heat to your pool when the sun is shining!
This installation manual provides a step by step guide to installing the Poolsolar. Prior to installation, please make
sure that you have all the necessary tools, plumbing fittings and pipework etc. see pages 2 & 3. If you have any
queries, please contact your dealer who will be able to assist you.
If installing on a rooftop please make sure that adequate safety precautions are in place i.e safety harness, scaffold
towers etc. We would advise that a minimum of two people are used to install the solar collector.
Poolsolar should give you years of trouble free heating - Enjoy.
To view this manual in colour, please go www.paramountpools.co.uk where a down load is available.
5 YEAR WARRANTY
Poolsolar warrants the solar collectors to be free from defects in material and workmanship and to perform under
normal use and service for five years from the date of purchase receipt, providing that the solar collector has been
installed in accordance with Poolsolar installation instructions. The warranty is limited to the original customer
purchaser and is not assignable.
Repair: If a defect in materials or workmanship beomes evident during normal use and service within five years, we
will supply replacement parts free of charge, within a reasonable time, without transportation costs (limited to United
Kingdom).
What is not covered:
* Poolsolar will not be liable for consequential damages to you home or other equipment, loss of time,
inconvenience or loss of use of the solar collector.
* Poolsolar will not be liable for conditions resulting from a defect in a component or part which is not part of the
Poolsolar collector.
* Poolsolar will not be liable for conditions resulting from any misuse, abuse, negligence, accident, or alteration of
the solar collector.
* Poolsolar will not be liable for conditions resulting, from significant deviation from Poolsolar installation
instructions.
* Poolsolar will not be liable for conditions resulting from fire, lightning, floods, winds, accidents, animal damage or
other conditions above our control.
These warranties are the only warranties and it is understood that no other warranties are expressed or implied
without otherwise being agreed in writing.
INDEX
Page 2 ...............
Site Location
Page 2 ...............
Tools & Plumbing Requirements
Page 3 ...............
Parts List
Page 4 ...............
Installation Guide - Standard Application
Page 7 .............
Alternative Roof Fixing Method
Page 8 .............
Plumbing Connection
Page 10 .............
3-Way Valve Operation
Page 10 .............
Winterisation
Page 11 .............
Solar Control System (Automatic 3-way valve)
Page 13 .............
Booster Pump Installation - Existing Pool
Page 14 .............
Booster Pump Installation - New Pool Construction
Page 15 .............
Reparing Pool Solar
SITE LOCATION
The Poolsolar solar collectors should be positioned facing the sun as much as
possible for a maximum efficiency, ideally 30 deg (above horizontal) facing South.
FILTRATION - MAXIMUM WORKING PRESSURE SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE 1.5 BAR (22 PSI)
A solar heat retention cover must be applied to swimming pool overnight and when the pool is
not in use to prevent heat loss.
If installing Poolsolar on a ground surface i.e. for small above ground or splasher type pools please be
aware that Poolsolar is not designed for heavy foot traffic.
Make sure that all pipework to and from the solar collector can be drained for the winter period.
We would recommend the use of a time clock to automatically turn off the filtration system at night or bypass the solar system. Alternatively, an automatic control system can be installed see page 11.
Please take sufficient safety precautions before working on a roof.
TOOLS AND PLUMBING REQUIREMENTS
Prior to commencing installation we recommend that you have the following tools and accessories
available:Tools:- Drill / Extruder Gun (for adhesive tubes) / Mini Wallpaper Roller / Screw Drivers / Hacksaw /
Knife
Accessories:ABS/PVC Glue / 1.5" Pool Plumbing (not domestic waste pipe) / PTFE Tape
Manual or Automatic 3-way Valve
Vacuum Breaker- Air release valve (see page 9, step 12)
Roof Fixing Paste
White Spirit
2000mm x 60mm x 40mm Rigid Plastic Angle (available from your dealer) for support on pitched roof
installations see page 2.
P/P SOCKET
UNION
P/T SOCKET
UNION
P/T
SOCKET
Automatic 3-Way Valve
90 deg. ELBOW
Y- SECTION
Manual 3-Way Valve
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GLUE
P.T.F.E TAPE
3m x 1.5” ABS PIPE
VACUUM BREAKER
(Model may vary)
PARTS LIST
Pool Solar is supplied in a 4 or 5m kit boxes and contains all the necessary components for you to install
a solar collector. In addition to this you wil require pool plumbing, roof adhesive and roof supports angles.
THE 5 m² BOX CONTAINS
THE 4m² BOX CONTAINS
-
4 units of solar collectors, each 33cm x 3m (4 m²) (and o-rings)
8 metre nylon band to attach the headers and the absorber
repair set and lubricant
two adaptors 50 mm in black ABS (C6 and C13)
two threaded adaptors 1 ½” in black ABS (C8 and C9)
two reducing sockets (C12) in black ABS
one threaded stop 1 ½” in black ABS
tie-wraps
installation guide
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3 units of solar collectors , each 33cm x 5m (5 m²) (and o-rings)
10 metre nylon band to attach the headers and the absorber
repair set and lubricant
two adaptors 50 mm in black ABS (C6 and C13)
two threaded adaptors 1 ½” in black ABS (C8 and C9)
two reducing sockets (C12) in black ABS
one threaded stop 1 ½” in black ABS
tie-wraps
installation guide
To install Poolsolar onto a tiled roof you will need to
attach L-shaped support angles to support the headers.
Plastic extrusion (H) are 2000 x 60 x 40 mm and are
available from your pool dealer.
35mm
60
The L-shaped extrusion is supplied in 2.00 m lengths.
Depending on the number of solar matts that you have
purchased you will need to apply enough extrusion to
support the entire length of the headers (manifolds) top
and bottom.
4mm
60mm
C6
C9
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
(external)
1.5”
Threaded
Adaptor
Vacuum
Breaker
C12
Reducing
Adaptor
C8
C13
1.5”
Threaded
Adaptor
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
(internal)
C3
C12
1.5”
Threaded
Plug
Reducing
Adaptor
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INSTALLATION GUIDE
STEP 1 Remove solar collectors (A) from the
box and place side by side in front of you with the
narrow part of the headers (B) to the left on a
clean, flat surface. The header with the word
"POOLSOLAR" must be visible. To check if the
matting is the right way up, look at the
rubber that connects the absorber tubes
together; the material should arch
upwards (C).
A
B
C
STEP 2 Join the polypropylene headers together applying a
liberal amount of lubricant (provided) (D) to the header oring. Make sure that the o-ring doesn't bulge out after
clicking the headers together. Do not attempt to glue headers
together.
D
STEP 3 Push the rubber edges (E) together so the
absorbers (EPDM matting) are united as a whole.
Tip - use a mini wallpaper roller to push the absorbers
together!
E
STEP 4 Before applying to the roof, make sure that the
Poolsolar is the right way up. Small holes (F) are located
along the length of the absorbers to allow rain water to be
drained. Make sure that the holes are not blocked
especially on a flat roof. Do not use screws in these
holes to fix the absorbers.
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F
NOTE. Steps 5-10 are for instructions for a tiled pitched roof. If the
application is for a flat roof, exactly the same fixing method is
used but on a level platform!
STEP 5 Roll up the entire collector (G), starting with the headers
showing "POOLSOLAR" (When they are unrolled on the roof you
should be able to see the word Poolsolar on the bottom manifolds
only - see page 6 (M).
G
You are now ready to apply the Poolsolar onto roof structure.
* DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ROLL UP AND INSTALL MORE THAN ONE BOX AT A TIME ( 3 or 4 Collectors)
Make sure that where the Poolsolar is to be sited that you are able to attach the supply and return
plumbing pipes from the filtration (page 9). Adequate drainage is also required to remove rain water.
IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE - It is paramount that adequate safety precautions are taken when
installing Poolsolar on a roof structure.
STEP 6 To install Poolsolar onto a tiled roof you will need to
attach L-shaped support angles to support the headers see page 2
35mm
‘L’-shape Support Angle
60
4mm
60mm
The L-shaped support angle is supplied in
2.00 m lengths. Depending on the number of
solar matts that you have purchased, cut and
prepare the number of support extrusion
required to support 90-100% of the headers
that will be located at the top of the roof
structure.
Support Angle cut to
width of Poolsolar Matt.
(H) Apply the support angles directly to the roof tiles using liberal
amounts of ‘roof fixing adhesive paste’ (available from your
dealer).
Apply the 60mm width of the support angle to the tiles. Prior to
applying the adhesive make sure the tiles are dry, clean and dust
free. Leave for 24 hours for adhesive to fully cure.
60mm
H
Note: the adhesive is only as good as the surface it is applied to, therefore ensure the surface is free of
any loose foreign material.
IF FOR ANY REASON YOU ARE NOT UNABLE TO USE AN ADHESIVE OR THE SUPPORT ANGLE PLEASE GO TO PAGE 7 FOR ALTERNATIVE FIXING METHOD
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STEP 7 Position Poolsolar headers onto support angle
Support Angle
(I). When the solar collectors are unrolled you should see
the word ‘POOLSOLAR’ on the bottom manifolds (M).
I
Tie-wrap
66 cm
66 cm
Using the electrical a tie-wraps provided (J) connect the
header to support angle every 66 cm.
J
Tie-wrap
STEP 8 Apply an adhesive (K) bead every 50 cm to the
roof structure and unroll the Poolsolar matting. It is also a
good idea to apply adhesive down the very edge of the
matting (L).
K
L
50 cm
Adhesive Bead(s)
STEP 9 Apply a support (M) angle to roof
structure to support the bottom headers.
Secure headers to support angle with tiewraps as per step 7.
STEP 10 Repeat above procedure to add
M
additional Poolsolar Matting.
Proceed to Page 8 for plumbing
connection.
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ALTERNATIVE FIXING METHOD FOR A
TILED ROOF
In the event that you are unable to use an adhesive
or support angle, nylon strapping (provided) can be
used.
When the headers are to be positioned on the roof,
you will need to remove certain roof tiles to obtain a
fixing onto the wood battons that support the roof
tiles (O).
O
Fix 50 cm long nylon strips on the roof support batton
every 66 cm as per step 7 on page 6. Afterwards put
the roof tiles back in place so the nylon strips stick
out 30 cm. Attach the nylon strips that stick out of
the roof around the collector. Attach 2 tie-wraps to
every nylon strip.
P
Nylon strapping can also be used (horizontally)
across the width of matting to secure it to the roof
structure (Q). Place straps 1 metre apart.
We highly recommend that adhesive is used where
possible in addition to the nylon straps especially in
high wind situations.
Q
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PLUMBING CONNECTION
Important Notes-
Standard swimming
pool plumbing in Europe is generally supplied
in a metric dimension. However, in the UK all
plumbing is supplied in an imperial
measurement i.e. 1.5”
OUT
(Highest
point)
Poolsolar provide the correct plumbing
adaptors that are enable you to connect to
your existing pipework.
In addition, you will need to purchase a
selection of ABS or PVC plumbing fittings
(including a 3-way valve) and pipework from
your pool dealer, together with the correct
adhesive.
IN
(lowest
point)
R
Do not be tempted to use domestic waste pipe, it has not been manufactured to accept the water pressure that is
produced by your filtration. Never connect the Poolsolar to a mains water feed. Solar collectors have been
designed to receive up to1.5 bar. Pool filtration is typically +/-1 bar.
The entire solar collector must be connected diagonally (R). The lowest point is where the water enters the
collector, the highest point is where the water exits. In each Poolsolar kit you find extra connecting parts, so you
can choose which method is suitable for your plumbing connection.
The extra supplied parts are made in ABS and can be glued with PVC-glue. The headers (B) are made in PP
(polypropylene) and CANNOT BE GLUED.
To connect pipework to the Poolsolar you need to apply the correct adaptors to each corner -
C6/C8/C9/C13 see picture below (S).
IMPORTANT: The part of the adaptor(s) that is connected directly to the headers must be connected
using a lubricant only (provided).
C6
C9
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
(external)
1.5”
Threaded
Adaptor
Vacuum
Breaker
C12
Reducing
Adaptor
S
C8
C13
1.5”
Threaded
Adaptor
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
(internal)
C3
C12
1.5”
Threaded
Plug
Reducing
Adaptor
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STEP 11 (T) Insert the correct plumbing adaptors to each corner C6-C8-C9-C13 (See page 8). Glue imperial
reducing adaptors (C12) onto plumbing adaptor (C6 & C13) and cut to desired diameter. For all threaded fittings,
apply PTFE. tape.
ABS/PVC Glue
C6 or C13
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
Insert
1.5” Pipe
Lubricant
C12
C6 or C13
50mm - 1.5”
Adaptor
Connect
1.25 or 1.5”
Flexible Hose
T
C12
STEP 12
Connect ABS/PVC 1.5” plumbing to Poolsolar as per diagram below. You will need to install a 3-way
valve, this will enable you to direct the water flow to the heater and back to the pool. A vacuum breaker will also be
required on solar heating that is 4m or higher above ground level. Vacuum breakers are not required for low level
installations. Once all of the plumbing connections have been made, proceed to step 13.
For other installation methods using an additional booster pump please go to page 13
Vacuum Breaker
(air release valve)
Must be installed at the
highest point of the
solar collector
Winter
Drainage Plug
(Threaded C3)
(Optional)
Non-return Vavle
Manual
3 - Way Ball
Valve
Close this port to
direct water to solar
matting.
Optional - Automatic control
valve available. Please see
page 11 for details
FILTER
To Pool
BACKWASH
Filtration
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STEP 13 To operate the Poolsolar system the water flow needs to be redirected to the solar collector using a
manually operated 3-way valve.
To direct water flow to solar collector :- Point the handle on the 3-way valve to close the port that directs the
water back to the pool. The water flow will now pass through the solar collector and back to the pool.
To direct water flow to swimming pool only :- Point the handle to close the solar collector port when solar
heating is not required. It important that the water is not fed to the collector in cold periods of weather or at night as
the solar collector will act like a giant radiator incurring great heat losses!
Your Poolsolar is now ready to start heating your pool.
Automatic 3-way valves are available to redirect the water flow automatically when cold periods arise. Please
contact your pool dealer or go to page 11 for installation details.
3-Way Valve Operation
Closed Position
To Solar Collector
To Pool
(Solar Collector)
by-passed
Closed Position
Handle
Water Flow
Water Flow
Water flow to Solar Collector
Water flow to pool, bypassing Solar Collector
GENERAL MAINTENANCE
Poolsolar is manufactured from a very durable, tough EPDM rubber that is long lasting and will provide many years
of trouble free heating. There is little maintenance apart from hosing down the solar collector to clean it throughout
the season.
In the event that the you experience a leak in the solar collector a repair kit is provided. Go to page 15.
Winterisation
1. Solar collector must be drained for the winter period.
Remove C3 1.5” thread plug for water removal (U).
2. Drain supply and return pipework.
U
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C3 Threaded Plug
SOLAR CONTROL SYSTEM (Automatic 3-Way Valve)
A Solar Control System will automatically turn the Poolsolar on and off
depending on the weather conditions using an automatic 3-way valve.
When the sun is shining the valve will direct the water flow to the solar
collector. When the temperature drops i.e. at night, the valve will direct
the water flow back to the pool, bypassing the solar collector.
Furthermore, it will stop the heating process when the desired
temperature is reached.
Just as important, the valve will also prevent heated pool water from
going to the collector when there is no sun i.e. cloudy/night conditions,
thus preventing any heat loss.
To install the Solar Control System, please do the follow
steps 1-5
STEP 1 Install Solar Controller (temperature adjustment)
on a wall using the two screw holders on the back of the
solar controller. Controller MUST BE INSTALLED
INDOORS.
Solar Controller - front
Solar Controller - back
STEP 2
The ‘Sun Temperature Sensor’ should be placed on top
of the solar collector header (manifold). Use a ‘Tie-wrap’ to secure
into position. The ‘ Water Temperature Sensor’ is already located
within the motorised valve.
Tie-wrap
Note. Sun Sensor cable can be extended to a maximum distance of 25 metres. Use
the same type cable i.e. 2 x core 0.34mm. Remove back plate on controller and insert
desired cable length. Make water proof joint with the existing cable that was originally
supplied.
Twist Off
Any electrical extension/adjustment should be carried out by a qualified electrician.
STEP 4
The 3- Way electronic motorised valve must be installed after
the filter/pump (max bar 2.5). DO NOT INSTALL MOTORISED VALVE
OUTSIDE.
It is recommended that three threaded socket unions & PT socket
(available from your dealer) are used on two ports to enable easy
removal for maintenance etc. Use PTFE tape to seal all threaded joints.
Please see diagram on page 12 for plumbing connection and position.
Use Threaded Socket
Unions to join plumbing
onto 3-way valve!
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Vacuum Breaker
(air release valve)
Must be installed at the
highest point of the
solar collector
Winter
Drainage Plug
(Threaded C3)
(Optional)
Non-return Vavle
To Pool
Automatic
3 - Way Ball
Valve
FILTER
To Pool
BACKWASH
STEP 5 The transformer (3 pin plug) needs to be placed into a 230 V. indoor wall outlet. In the event that the
motorised valve is not going to be used for long periods of time i.e. over the winter period, remove the transformer.
INSTALLATION IS NOW COMPLETED.
Operation Use the plus or minus arrows on the controller for setting the desired temperature. After 5 seconds
the desired temperature modus will stop and the actual pool water temperature
will be displayed. In the event of a power failure, the system will automatically
set the temperature on 25 degrees Celsius. Reset to desired temperature.
Maintenance The motorised valve requires no maintenance. However, if
you experience leaking problems we suggest that you grease the inner side of
the valve with a silicon lubricant. Remove the screw on the backside of the
motor (1). Now remove both motor holders located on each side of the motor (2
& 3). Unscrew both nuts which hold the white axis of the motor (4).
Undo Nuts (4)
Remove (3)
Remove (2)
The nine screws holding the black top of the valve need also be removed. After
this you can start with lubricating the white and black o-ring inside the valve.
Remove (1)
FAQ
Temperature is too high or too low or does not appear at all - Check all cable connections. Corrosion can
make a bad connection between cable and connector. Clean the copper ends of the cables and reconnect them.
The valve is leaking. Lubricate valve as described in ‘maintenance’ or replace valve lid o-ring.
Motor does not turn - Remove the transformer from the wall outlet. Continuously press the grey button located on
top of the motor and at the same time, turn the white axis a couple of times to the left and right side. This should
free/unlock the valve. This situation will arise if the valve is blocked by dirt or has not been used for long period.
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BOOSTER PUMP & SUN SENSOR - EXISTING POOL
In most situations your current filtration system has adequate pressure to supply water to the solar collector,
normally up to 8m high. Your water flow pressure is very dependable on the power of the filtration pump, plumbing
configuration etc.
If you are unsure about the necessity for a booster pump, try using your existing filtration first!
In the event that the desired place for your solar collector is on a high roof top in excess of 8 metres install a
booster pump and sun sensor as per the diagram and instructions below.
The booster pump will require a water supply, we recommend utilising the Main Drain suction line. Please use the
‘Y’-piece connections where indicated (prevents back pressure). Check with your pool dealer to make sure that you
you use the correct size booster pump.
Make sure the Electric Control System is only operational when the existing filtration is running!
For new pool installations we recommend that the booster pump is connected directly to the pool. Turn to page 14
for details.
Sun Sensor can be
installed on either the
plumbing line or solar
manifold. Make sure
that it is exposed to
sunlight.
Vacuum Breaker
(air release valve)
Must be installed at the
highest point of the solar
collector
Sun Sensor
Hot Water
Winter
Drainage Plug
(Threaded C3)
Cold Water
Non-return Valve
(with unions)
Non-return Valve
(with unions)
Supply 230V
Use a ‘Y’- Piece
here. Not 45 deg
Elbow
Electronic
Control
Sensor
FILTER
BACKWASH
Skimmer
Pool
Main Drain
Ball
Valve
Ball
Valve
Filtration
Water Sensor
Supply 230V
Ball
Valve
Booster Pump
Electronic Control Sensor monitors water and
air temperature.
Use a ‘Y’- Piece
here. Not 45 deg
Elbow
Water Sensor:- activates booster pump to increase
water temperature to desired set point.
FILTRATION - MAXIMUM
WORKING
PRESSURE
SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE
1.5 BAR (22 PSI)
Sun Sensor:- allow booster pump to work only
when the sun is heating solar collector.
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BOOSTER PUMP & SUN SENSOR - NEW POOL CONSTRUCTION
In most situations your current filtration system has adequate pressure to supply water to the solar collector,
normally up to 8m high. Your water flow pressure is very dependable on the horse power of the filtration pump,
plumbing configuration etc.
If you are unsure about the necessity for a booster pump, try using your existing filtration first!
In the event that the desired place for your solar collector is on a roof top in excess of 8 metres high, install a
booster pump and sun sensor as per the diagram and instructions below.
The booster pump will require a direct water supply to and from your pool. If you are in the process of building a
swimming pool, we recommend installing the dedicated 1.5” pipework along the same pool fittings i.e. inlets etc.
Make sure the Electric Control System is only operational when the existing filtration is running!
Sun Sensor can be
installed on either the
plumbing line or solar
manifold. Make sure
that it is exposed to
sunlight.
Vacuum Breaker
(air release valve)
Must be installed at the
highest point of the solar
collector
Sun Sensor
Hot Water
Winter
Drainage Plug
(Threaded C3)
Cold Water
Non-return Valve
(with unions)
Non-return Valve
(with unions)
Electronic
Control
Sensor
Supply 230V
New supply
line to be
installed into
pool wall.
FILTER
BACKWASH
Skimmer
Pool
New suction
line to be
installed into
pool wall.
Main Drain
Ball
Valve
Ball
Valve
Supply 230V
Filtration
Ball
Valve
Water Sensor
Booster Pump
Electronic Control Sensor monitors water and
air temperature.
Water Sensor:- activates booster pump to increase
water temperature to desired set point.
Sun Sensor:- allow booster pump to work only
when the sun is heating solar collector.
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FILTRATION - MAXIMUM
WORKING
PRESSURE
SHOULD NOT BE ABOVE
1.5 BAR (22 PSI)
REPAIRING POOLSOLAR
REPAIRING POOLSOLAR ‘HEADER’ ( MANIFOLD NOZZLE).
You will need - Drill. 8 & 10mm Drill Bit, Scissors, Pliers, Plastic Repair Tube(s) (30mm x
6mm - provided), Lubricant (provided). Tie- Wraps (provided).
In the event a nozzle is damaged or breaks off the header, carry out the following repair
procedure. Do not attempt to glue the nozzle(s) back into the header. The header is made
from polypropylene and will not adhere.
Step 1
The rubber that joins the tubes together to form the solar
matting needs to be cut away either side of the tubing
(approximately 10cm) using a pair of scissors. Be careful not
to cut the tubing!
Step 2
Remove and discard broken or damaged nozzle from rubber
tubing. Drill an 8mm hole into the existing nozzle hole (on
header) to slightly enlarge it.
Tip - Once the 8mm hole has been drilled, lightly use a
10mm drill to form a slight counter-sink. This will enable the
rubber tubing in step 4 to enter manifold much easier!
Drill a 8mm hole followed
by a 10mm counters-sink
Step 3
Insert a plastic repair tube (30mm x 6mm - provided) using
lubricant into rubber tubing. Leave 10mm of rubber
protruding from the end of the plastic tube.
10mm
30mm x 6mm
plastic insert
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Step 4
Plastic
repair
tube
pinches the rubber
tubing
against
the
header creating a seal.
Stretch the rubber tube with the inserted
repair nozzle and force it into the pre-drilled
hole (step 2). Use pliers and lubricant to do
this.
Force plastic repair tube
into header.
The objective is to force the plastic repair
tube down the rubber tubing and create a
seal against the sides of the pre-drilled
hole!
15mm of plastic repair tube should be
inserted into the header.
The repair is now complete.
REPAIRING POOLSOLAR MATTING.
You will need - Scissors, Pliers, Plastic Repair Tube(s) (30mm x 6mm - provided), Lubricant (provided). Tie- Wraps
(provided).
In the event a tube is punctured, carry out the following repair procedure. Do not attempt to glue the tubing back
together. The tubing is made from EPDM and cannot be glued.
Step 1
The rubber that joins the tubes together to
form the solar matting needs to be cut away
either side of the tubing (approximately 2cm)
using a pair of scissors. Be careful not to cut
the tubing!
Tie-Wrap x 2
30mm Plastic
insert
Step 2
Insert a plastic repair tube (30mm x 6mm provided) using lubricant into rubber tubing.
Apply Tie- wrap to either sided of the plastic
repair tube.
The repair is now complete.
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