WF2613
Installation
WF2613
Terrazzo 54" Classic Corner Washfountain
with Infrared Control
®
Table of Contents
Pre-Installation Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Corner Washfountain Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Rough-In Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4–5
Installing the Drain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Assembling Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Anchoring Pedestal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installing Drain Spud in Bowl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Installing Supplies w/ Optional Soap Dispenser . . . . . . 8–9
Valve Connections for Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Electrical Connections for Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Adjust the Temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Cleaning and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Soap Valve Parts List and Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . 14–15
Sprayhead Parts List and Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Infrared Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Solenoid Valve Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Stop, Strainer and Check Valve Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Check Valve Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Valve Assembly Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20–21
Thermostatic Mixing Valve Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . 22
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IMPORTANT!
Installation
Read this entire installation manual to ensure proper installation. When finished with the
installation, file this manual with the owner or maintenance department.
Packing List
IS
TH
SIDE
UP
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Separate parts from packaging and make sure all parts are accounted for before discarding
any packaging material. If any parts are missing, do not begin installation until you obtain
the missing parts.
Make sure that all water supply lines have been flushed and then completely turned off
before beginning installation. Debris in supply lines can cause valves to malfunction.
Product warranties may be found under “Product” on our web site
at www.bradleycorp.com.
Supplies Required by Installer
• (6) lag bolts, screws or other fasteners to anchor washfountain pedestal to floor.
• 1" hot and cold water supply lines and fittings
• Reducing fittings and 1/2" nominal copper tubing supply lines for types with supplies from above
• 2" drain lines and fittings
• Standard P-trap (special vented trap supplied for B and H type)
• Pipe sealant and plumber’s putty
• 1-1/2" vent pipe on types vented through washfountain column
• 110 VAC GFI power source for 110/24 VAC UL Class II transformer supplied
• OPTIONAL: Bradley recommends installing an electrical cut-off switch to the unit. This feature prevents accidental
water delivery during regular maintenance and service.
Supply lines for one or two washfountains should be 1"; for three washfountains 1-1/4"; for more than three washfountains
pipe size should increase proportionally. Vent pipe to be 1-1/2" on models vented through washfountain.
Pre-Installation Information
Terrazzo Material
Terrazzo is a mosaic-looking natural stone and concrete material polished to a high gloss and sealed with clear polyurethane
resin for long lasting beauty. Terrazzo is precast and composed of 85% stone and 15% binder with steel reinforcing rods cast into
the bowl.
Adaptive Infrared
The sprayhead is controlled by a solenoid valve, allowing the user to activate a flow of water. The Infrared sensor will take a few
minutes to adapt to its environment when the unit is powered up.
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Corner Washfountain Dimensions
ADJUST TO TOWEL DISPENSER
MOUNTING HOLES
L
6" (152)
K
G
F
D
C
E
B
J
A
H
Approximate Dimensions in Inches
Material
Size
A
B
C
D
Terrazzo
54
19*
29-1/4* 39-1/8* 42-5/8*
* Subtract 4" from dimensions for juvenile height.
E
F
G
H
J
36-1/4*
51-1/8*
59-1/2
26
28
K
37-1/4
L
10-1/4
Approximate Dimensions in Millimeters (mm)
Material
Size
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
L
Terrazzo
1372
483*
743*
994
1083
921
1299
1511
660
711
946
260
* Subtract 102mm from dimensions for juvenile height.
Length of Tie Pipe Required for Vent Through Washfountain Column
Type
Pipe Length
54" Less Soap Dispenser
21-1/2" (546mm)
54" With Soap Dispenser
30" (762mm)
54" Less Soap Dispenser With Towel Dispenser
55-1/2" (1410mm)
54" With Soap Dispenser With Towel Dispenser
48" (1219mm)
54" With Cube Adapter
32" (813mm)
54" With Cube Adapter With Towel Dispenser
50" (1270mm)
54" With Cube Adapter And Soap Dispenser
40" (1016mm)
Drain must be connected with 2" schedule 40 welded wrought iron pipe, minimum, to provide lower
support for this installation. Vent or support pipe must be of the same material in 1-1/2".
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Rough-In Specifications
Notes For All Models:
• All pipes and fittings not furnished by Bradley are shown in broken lines.
• Supply lines for one to two washfountains should be 1"; for three washfountains 1-1/4"; for more than three
washfountains, pipe sizes should be increased proportionately.
• Overhead supplies must be reduced to 1/2" copper tube to pass through support tube.
• Check valve inlets are 1/2" NPT.
• Dimensions shown in parentheses are millimeters.
Type A
Type O
Off-line vent with supplies from below
Off-line vent with supplies from above
4-1/2"
(114)
Top View
18-1/2" (470)
12-3/4"
(324)
2" NPT Drain Thru
Floor (Optional) Stub
Up 3" (76) Above FLoor
Trap
1" NPT
8-3/8"
Supplies
(213)
Thru Wall
(Optional)
10"
(254)
Side
View
Supplies
Thru Wall
4"
(102)
10"
(254)
7-1/4"
(184)
Center of
Washfountain
2" NPT Drain
Thru Wall (Stub
Out to Suit Trap
Dimension)
(Optional)
1" NPT Supplies Thru
Floor (Stub Up 2-1/2"
(64) Above Floor)
Left Wall
Trap
2" NPT Drain Thru
Floor (Optional) Stub
Up 3" (76) Above FLoor
Right Wall
54" (1372)
bowl
Drain
Thru Wall
Trap For Wall
Outlet Only
10"
(254)
Cold
8-3/8"
(213)
Cold
Hot
Top View
Center of
Washfountain
1" NPT Supplies From Above Must Reduce
to 1/2" Nominal Copper Tubing on These
Centers To Pass Thru Wasfountain
54" (1372)
bowl
10"
(254)
Side
View
Trap For Wall
Outlet Only
4"
(102)
Left Wall
B
Drain
Thru Wall
Use this range of heights
when hook-up is made with
a coupling and nipple (2"
drain through wall must
not interfere with diagonal
frame member on pedestal).
A
Left Wall
Clearance Hole
Clearance Hole
4
9-3/4"
(248) 8-1/2"
(216)
Right Wall
Left Wall
7-1/4"
(184)
18-1/2"
(470)
12-3/4"
(324)
Hot
2" NPT Drain
Thru Wall (Stub
Out to Suit Trap
Dimension)
(Optional)
Floor
Floor
Drain Thru Floor
Trap Located
Below Floor
Supplies and
Drain Thru Floor,
Trap Located
Below Floor
Dim
A
UPC and IPC restrict the vertical distance from the
fixture outlet to the trap weir to not more than 24".
Check state and local codes for variances.
Right Wall
Left Wall
Std. Ht.
Juv. Ht.
Std. Ht.
Juv. Ht.
A
11-1/4" to 13-1/4"
(286mm to 337mm)
9-1/4" to 10-1/4"
(235mm to 260mm)
6" to 11"
(152mm to 279mm)
6" to 8-1/2"
(152mm to 216mm)
B
12" (305mm)
8-1/4" (210mm)
12" (305mm)
8-1/4" (210mm)
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Rough-In Specifications
Notes For All Models:
• All pipes and fittings not furnished by Bradley are shown in broken lines.
• Supply lines for one to two washfountains should be 1"; for three washfountains 1-1/4"; for more than three
washfountains, pipe sizes should be increased proportionately.
• Overhead supplies must be reduced to 1/2" copper tube to pass through support tube.
• Check valve inlets are 1/2" NPT.
• Dimensions shown in parentheses are millimeters.
• For Maximum rigidity of sprayheads/support tube assembly, use 1-1/2" NPT galvanized pipe for vent. Use of plastic or
copper for vent is not recommended.
Type B
Type O
Centrally rising vent with supplies from above
Centrally rising vent with supplies from below
9-3/4"
(248)
Cold
8-1/2"
(216)
7-1/4"
(184)
Top View
Hot
Right Wall
Cold
7-1/4"
(184)
18-1/2"
(470)
1" NPT
Supplies
8-3/8"
Thru Wall
(213)
54" (1372)
bowl
54" (1372)
bowl
1" NPT Supplies Thru
Floor (Optional)(Stub Up
2-1/2" (64) Above Floor)
Side
View
Left Wall
Hot
1-1/2"
NPT Vent
to Ceiling
10"
(254)
Side
View
Vent
Supplies
Thru Wall
Vent
Right Wall
A
Drain Thru Floor
4-1/2"
(114)
Right Wall
Left Wall
2" NPT Drain Thru
Floor (Stub Up3"
(76) Above Floor)
1" NPT Supplies From Above
Must Reduce to 1/2" Nominal
Copper Tubing on These Centers
To Pass Thru Wasfountain
10"
(254)
8-3/8"
(213)
10"
(254)
1-1/2" NPT Vent
to Ceiling
2" NPT Drain
Stub Up 3" (76)
Above FLoor
Top View
12-3/4"
(324)
Left Wall
10"
(254)
12-3/4"
(324)
18-1/2" (470)
1" NPT Supplies
Thru Wall (Optional)
Floor
Use this range of heights
when hook-up is made with
a coupling and nipple (2"
drain through wall must
not interfere with diagonal
frame member on pedestal).
Supplies
Thru Floor
Dim
A
Drain
Thru Wall
Right Wall
Floor
Supplies
Thru Floor
Left Wall
Std. Ht.
Juv. Ht.
Std. Ht.
Juv. Ht.
11-1/4" to 13-1/4"
(286mm to 337mm)
9-1/4" to 10-1/4"
(235mm to 260mm)
6" to 11"
(152mm to 279mm)
6" to 8-1/2"
(152mm to 216mm)
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Installing the Drain
A
B
All piping shown in dotted lines
to be supplied by installer.
Rough in supply and drain piping
as required for your installation.
When an Infrared control is ordered, a plug-in
location for the 24 VAC transformer is required.
Compliance/conformity to local codes and
ordinances is the responsibility of the installer.
Assemble the drain to the
dimension shown below
Type A and O
Type B and H
Vented Trap
(111-024)
9"
(229)
12-3/4"
(324)
7-1/4"
(184)
18-5/8" (473) Std.
14-5/8" (371) Juv.
7-1/4"
(184)
12-3/4"
(324)
Drain Thru Floor
(Optional)
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A
Assembling the Pedestal
Assemble the legs and scuff base panels with the
5/16" carriage bolts and nuts provided
B
Pedestal Leg
(193-002 Std. Ht.)
(193-002B Juv. Ht.)
Attach the pedestal frame members, the rear support
members and the rear legs with the 5/16" stove bolts
and nuts provided.
Wall Bracket
(140-146 LH - Left Hand)
(140-146 RH - Right Hand)
Rear Leg
(193-006 Std. Ht.)
(193-006A Juv. Ht. )
Frame Member
(194-005)
Upper Support (194-042)
Diagonal Support
(194-043 Std. Ht.)
(194-043A Std. Ht. )
Lower Support
(194-041)
Scuff Base
(185-015A)
6
5/16" Carriage Bolt
(160-060A)
5/16" Flat
Head Stove
Bolt (160-104)
Nut
(161-040)
Joint
Frame
Leg
Scuff Base End
(185-023 ALH - Left Hand)
(185-023 ARH - Right Hand)
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Anchoring Pedestal
WARNING! Use suitable lifting equipment to
position the bowl and pedestal
assembly. Handle wtih care!
Failure to do so could result in
serious personal injuries.
For proper drainage, the bowl and the
pedestal must be level when they are
secured to the floor
CAUTION! Bowl surface is very smooth.
Approximate weight of bowl is
73 pounds. Handle with Care!
A
Position the pedestal assembly. Anchor
the pedestal assembly to the floor with
suitable anchors (supplied by installer).
B
Place the bowl on the pedestal using
suitable lifting equipment.
4
A
Holes for Anchor
Bolts (Supplied
by Installer)
Installing Drain Spud in Bowl
Loosely attach the drain spud to the bowl
with the locknut and washer.
Seal between drain spud and drain hole with
plumber’s putty (supplied by installer).
B Trap Option: Attach B trap to drain spud.
Tie Pipe Option: Attach tie pipe bracket to
drain spud.
Strainer
(S45-067)
Spud
(112-015)
B
Tighten the spud and lock nut against bowl.
C
Secure the strainer to drain spud with screws
provided.
D
Connect spud (or B Trap or Tie Pipe Bracket)
to drain.
Drain Pre-Pack
(S45-273)
Locknut
(161-021)
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Washer
(142-068)
Bowl
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Installation
Installing Supplies with Optional Soap Dispenser for
A/O drain units
For models with optional paper towel
dispensers, tie pipe assembly, or shroud,
see separate instruction sheets
A
Install hemmed end (not sharp end) of
support tube (welded seam toward wall)
with gasket onto bowl.
B
Install restraining bracket on the support
tube above the backsplash. Use suitable
anchors to attach to wall.
Tubing
Tubing
Type "O" Drain
(Supplies from Above)
• Using a sharp knife, cut tubing squarely
and remove any burrs. DO NOT pinch
or crush end of tubing.
C
• If connector leaks, reseat tubing
according to above procedure.
If leaking persists, replace male
connector, or call your Bradley
representative for assistance.
D
Place sprayhead with 1/2" tubing onto
support tube. Run tubing down through
support tube.
E
Assemble the lower tie rod (the longer
threaded rod), upper tie bar (notched at
corners), lower tie bar, tie rod nut, and
coupling nut, then attach the 4-1/4" tie rod
to coupling nut. Make sure upper tie rod is
postioned as shown.
F
G
8
Place infrared module assembly on top of
sprayhead. Rotate until infrared module
locks in with tie bar. Drop two infrared
module wires down into the pedestal.
FOR UNITS WITH SOAP OPTION: Install
the spacer, soap dispenser and cover
using the coupling nut, third tie rod (8-5/8"
long) and second coupling nut. Secure with
acorn nut and socket head set screw.
FOR UNITS WITHOUT SOAP OPTION:
Secure infrared module cover and
dispenser cover with acorn nut and socket
head set screw.
Male 1/2"
Tube
Connector
269-626
Sprayhead
Connect 1/2" supply tubing to sprayhead.
• Loosen nut on fitting. Moisten end of
tube and push into fitting until it is firmly
seated. Tighten nut to secure tube
to fitting (make sure nut is securely
tightened).
Nut
Acorn Nut (110-052A)
and Set Screw (160-093)
Type "A" Drain
Dispenser
Cover
Upper Tie Bar
(159-009A)
Corner Restraining
Bracket (S70-061E)
(Fits Around Support Tube)
Soap
Dispenser
Lid
Soap
Dispenser
8-5/8" Soap Tie
Rod (176-010)
Coupling Nut
(110-051D) Set
Screw (160-208)
Soap Dispenser
Gasket (124-066
Spacer
(113-155A)
Coupling Nut (110-051D)
Set Screw (160-208)
Parts Shown
in Box are
for Unit
with Soap
Dispenser
IR Module Assembly
(S83-046)
Sprayhead
(S05-054C)
4-1/4" Module Tie
Rod (176-118)
Upper Tie Bar (159-009A)
(Notched at Corners)
Support Tube
(S57-005)
Support Tube
Gasket (125-011)
Lower (Longest)
Tie Rod (176-008A)
1/2" Supply
Tube
Lower Tie Bar (159-009)
Valve
Assembly
Tie Rod Hex Nut (110-064)
Set Screw (160-208)
Hot
Cold
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Installing Supplies with Optional Soap Dispenser for
B/H drain units
For models with optional paper towel
dispensers, tie pipe assembly, or shroud,
see separate instruction sheets
A
Install hemmed end (not sharp end)
of support tube (welded seam toward
intersection of walls) with gasket onto bowl.
Type "H" Drain
(Supplies from Below)
Connect 1/2" supply tubing to sprayhead.
• Using a sharp knife, cut tubing squarely
and remove any burrs. DO NOT pinch
or crush end of tubing.
B
• Loosen nut on fitting. Moisten end of
tube and push into fitting until it is firmly
seated. Tighten nut to secure tube
to fitting (make sure nut is securely
tightened).
• If connector leaks, reseat tubing
according to above procedure.
If leaking persists, replace male
connector, or call your Bradley
representative for assistance.
C
Place sprayhead with 1/2" tubing onto support
tube. Run tubing down through support tube.
D
Place infrared module assembly on top of
sprayhead. Drop two infrared module wires
down into the pedestal.
E
Insert the 1-1/2" vent pipe through the infrared
module, sprayhead, and support tube.
F
Type "B" Drain
Hot
Dispenser
Cover
Soap
Dispenser
Cold
Upper Tie Bar
(159-009A)
Corner Restraining
Bracket (S70-061E)
(Fits Around Support Tube)
Supplies 1/2"
Nominal Copper
Tubing
Cap Screw
(160-108)
Upper Tie Bar Location
for Unit with Soap
(159-020)
Soap
Dispenser Lid
Spacer
(113-155A)
FOR UNITS WITH SOAP OPTION: Place the
spacer, soap dispenser and cover in position
on top of IR module. Slide tie bar over 1-1/2"
vent pipe 1/2" below top of soap dispenser lid
and secure with the two cap screws included
with the tie bar. Slide the dispenser cover over
1-1/2" vent pipe and secure with the two cap
screws included with the tie bar.
Soap Dispenser
Gasket (124-066)
1-1/2" Vent Pipe
Sprayhead
(S05-054C)
Parts Shown
in Box are
for Unit
with Soap
Dispenser
Upper Tie Bar Location
for Unit without Soap
(159-020)
IR Module
Assembly
(S83-046)
Support Tube
(S57-005)
Support Tube
Gasket (125-011)
FOR UNITS WITHOUT SOAP OPTION: Slide
tie bar over 1-1/2" vent pipe, 1/2" below top of
infrared module and secure with set screws.
Slide the dispenser cover over 1-1/2" vent pipe
and secure with the two cap screws included
with the tie bar.
Vented Trap
(111-024)
Valve
Assembly
G
Connect vent pipe to vent through
ceiling with pipe union.
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Valve Connections for Infrared
Flush supply lines before making
connections.
A
Connect the stop-strainer-check valves,
mixing valve, volume control valve and
solenoid valve assembly to the supplies.
Use pipe sealant to seal threads.
Distance from 1/2" Supply to Finished Floor
B
For overhead supply lines, install 1/2"
nominal copper supply tubing by passing
the lines through the holes in the dispenser
cover and down through the support tube.
C
Using suitable fittings, install the
complete valve assembly to the supplies
at the approximate height indicated in
table to the right.
D
Connect the 1/2" supply tubing from the
sprayhead to the solenoid valve assembly.
Model Number
Type A or O
Type B or H
Standard Height
9" (229mm)
6-3/16" (157mm)
Juvenile Height
5-1/4" (133mm)
3-7/16" (87mm)
Reducer
Volume Control
Valve (S02-045)
Nut (110-005)
Supply
Tubing
Stop/Strainer/Check
Valve (S60-003)
Tailpiece
(129-007)
Solenoid
Valve
Assembly
(S08-055)
Washer
(124-001A)
Optional Thermostatic
Mixing Valve (S01-525)
Manual Mixing Valve (S01-038)
Distance to
Finished Floor
(Refer to Table
Above)
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A
B
Electrical Connections for Infrared
Connect the wires with the female
connectors from the infrared module
to the solenoid valve.
Connect the wires with the male
connectors from the infrared
module to the transformer wires.
Do not use for two minutes after making power connection. The
sensors will take up to eight minutes (without being used) to
adapt to the bowl if another object is detected during the twominute start-up period.
Clean sprayhead if necessary. Adjust volume control
valve, if necessary, to control the flow of water.
Infrared Module
D
Plug the 24 VAC Class II transformer
into a 110 VAC GFI outlet.
Wire with
Male
Connector
E
Turn the water supply on and check
for leaks and adequate water flow.
Replace the access panels on both
sides of the washfountain.
Wires with
Female
Connector
24 VAC Transformer
(S83-134)
Transformer
Wires with
Femal
Connectors
Volume Control
Valve (S02-045)
Stop/Strainer/Check
Valve (S60-003)
Solenoid
Valve
Assembly
(S08-055)
Manual Mixing Valve (S01-038)
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Mixing Valve (S01-525)
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Installation
Adjusting the Temperature
CAUTION: This valve is NOT factory preset. Upon installation, the temperature of
this valve must be checked and adjusted to ensure delivery of a safe
water temperature. Water in excess of 110°F (43°C) may cause scalding.
Check the temperature when
approximately 1.0 GPM water flow is
reached and adjust if necessary (the range
of the valve is 95°F–115°F (35°C–43°C).
To adjust the temperature:
A
B
Shut the hot water inlet off by closing the hot
water stop-strainer-check valve. While the
hot water supply is turned off, check to make
sure the cold water flow is reduced. If the
cold water is reduced properly, reopen the
hot water supply.
C
Shut the cold water inlet off by closing the
cold water stop-strainer-check valve. While
the cold water supply is off, check to make
sure that the hot water flow has shut down.
• Loosen temperature locking nut with
wrench.
• Using a blade screwdriver, turn the
adjustment stem counterclockwise to
increase the temperature or clockwise
to decrease the temperature
• Once desired temperature has been
reached, tighten lock nut to prevent
change in temperature.
Temperature
Adjustment Stem
Temperature Locking
Nut
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Cleaning and maintenance instructions for Terrazzo
Clean terrazzo washfountain bowls daily or as often as conditions require with any standard household detergent, hot water and
soft cloth. Bradley terrazzo bowls may be refurbished by cleaning with tri-sodium phosphate, two pounds per gallon, and a scrub
brush. Stubborn spots may be removed with emery cloth. After bowl is thoroughly cleaned and dried, Epoxy resin or a good quality
polyurethane finish should be applied. Eroded terrazzo is usually the result of exposure to caustic substances. This condition can
be repaired relatively easily. Repair kits are available from your Bradley Representative. Do not use drain cleaners on terrazzo.
Cleaning and maintenance instructions for stainless steel
Material Description: Stainless steel is extremely durable, and maintenance is simple and inexpensive. Proper care, particularly
under corrosive conditions, is essential. Always start with the simplest solution and work your way toward the more complicated.
Routine cleaning: Daily or as often as needed use a solution of warm water and soap, detergent, or ammonia. Apply the cleaning
solution per the manufacturer’s instructions and always use a soft cloth or sponge to avoid damaging the finish.
Stubborn Stains: To remove stains from stainless steel use a stainless steel cleaner and polish such as Ball stainless steel
cleaner or a soft abrasive. Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions and apply in the same direction as the polish lines.
®
NOTICE! Never use ordinary steel wool or steel brushes on stainless steel. Always use stainless steel wool
or stainless steel brushes.
Special Situations for Material
Fingerprints and Smears: To remove fingerprints or smears use a high quality stainless steel cleaner and polish in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions. Many of these products leave a protective coating that helps prevent future smears and
fingerprints.
Grease and Oil : To remove grease and oil use a quality commercial detergent or caustic cleaner. Apply in accordance to the
manufacturer’s instructions and in the direction of the polish lines.
Precautions: Avoid prolonged contact with chlorides (bleaches, salts), bromides (sanitizing agents), thiocyanates (pesticides,
photography chemicals, and some foods), and iodides on stainless steel equipment, especially if acid conditions exist.
NOTICE! Do not permit salty solutions to evaporate and dry on stainless steel.
The appearance of rust streaks on stainless steel leads to the belief that the stainless steel is rusting. Look for the actual source
of the rust in some iron or steel particles which may be touching, but not actually a part of the stainless steel structure.
NOTICE! Strongly acidic or caustic cleaners may attack the steel, causing a reddish film to appear. The use
of these cleaners should be avoided.
Brand Names: Use of brand names is intended only to indicate a type of cleaner. This does not constitute an endorsement, nor
does the omission of any brand name cleaner imply its inadequacy. Many products named are regional in distribution, and can be
found in local supermarkets, department and hardware stores, or through your cleaning service. It is emphasized that all products
should be used in strict accordance with package instructions.
Drain Cleaning
Drains can be cleaned with a plumbers snake inserted through the drain spud after removing the strainer, or through the trap
clean out plug.
IMPORTANT!
Do not put drain cleaners in bowl. Damage to bowl will result.
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Soap Valve — Liquid — S09-007S
Parts List
Attaching
Parts
S09-007S
Item
Part No.
Description
1
118-025
Valve Body
1
2
110-007
Packing Nut
1
3
135-001L
Spring
1
4
125-001BU
Washer
1
5
119-028
Plunger
1
*
161-014
Nut
1
*
124-001D
Washer
2
*
142-002AH
Washer - Stainless Steel
1
3
1
Qty
4
5
2
* Not Illustrated
This valve delivers a measured amount of soap with each upward stroke. The soap
dispenser has been standard on washfountains since 1983 and is not well-suited for
very thick lotion soaps.
NOTICE! Lotion soap will clog liquid soap valves. Use only lotion soap
valves with lotion soap.
Soap Valve — Lotion — S09-057S
Parts List
Valve
Assembly
S09-057
14
Item
Part No.
1
124-001D
2
110-057
3
125-001AN
4
159-114
5
124-001AT
6
160-176
7
8
Description
Attaching
Parts
S09-057S
5
Qty
6
2
4
Washer
—
1
Nut
—
1
Stopper
—
1
Reinforcing Plate
—
1
Washer
—
1
Screw
—
1
S09-040
Valve
1
1
S53-045
Adaptor
1
1
1
3
7
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Soap Valve — Powdered — S09-010A
Parts List
Item
Part No.
Qty
1
160-069
1
Screw, 1/4-20 RD
2
142-002X
1
Washer, 1/4 Split-Lock
3
S62-002
1
Agitator / Slide Assy.
4
192-004
1
Lever - Powdered Soap
1
2
Description
3
4
Reducer plugs are available for use with fine granulated
soap to reduce the flow.
Valves can be changed from powdered to liquid by plugging the innermost, or “bearing” hole with rubber plug, part
number 125-001AK. To change from liquid to powdered, the plug must be removed. If none is present, it will be
necessary to drill out the bearing hole with a 1/2" or 5/8" drill. The plastic container configuration forms a natural
template for locating the bearing hole.
Soap Maintenance Tips
Soap Recommendations
Quality soap dispensers require good quality soap and periodic maintenance to properly operate. Bradley soap dispensers will
provide dependable, consistent operation over the long term when soap with reasonable viscosity and pH levels are used and
when a minimal amount of periodic maintenance is performed on the valves.
Soap thickness is determined by a measurement called viscosity. Soap viscosity should be between 100 cps (centerpoise) and
2500 cps for all Bradley soap dispensers. Thinner soaps are perceived by the users as being “watered down” so users tend to
take more than they need, resulting in waste. Thick soaps flow slower and inhibit the “flushing” action of the valves, which
allows the soap to congeal in the valve and cause clogs.
The pH (acid) level of the soap should be in the range of 6.5 to 8.5. More acidic soaps (pH levels lower than 6.5) will corrode
metal parts (even stainless steel!!) and degrade rubber and plastic components. They will also cause skin irritation. Most
inexpensive soaps (typically the pink lotion type) fall into this acidic category and will eventually cause valve failure and
metal corrosion. Base soaps (pH levels higher than 8.5) will cause swelling or degradation of rubber and plastic parts and skin
irritation.
Generally, any quality soap meeting the viscosity and pH guidelines above will work well with Bradley soap dispensers. PCMX
or Isapropanol based antibacterial soaps (within viscosity and pH limits) will also work with Bradley dispensers. Soaps satisfying
these basic guidelines will provide consistent flow and reduce clogs.
Most soap dispenser problems are caused by soap that is too thick or corrosive, or by a lack of maintenance. Many soaps come
in concentrate form which must be diluted with water. Often, the soap is improperly diluted or used straight out of the bottle, which
causes clogging and valve failure. If proper soap is being used, valves that have never been cleaned are usually the source of
dispensing problems. Bradley has entered into an agreement with Champion Brand Products to provide additional customer
service for purchasers of our dispensers regarding soap issues. They are very helpful and can get to the bottom of almost any
soap dispenser related problem. They also sell an excellent “Bradley approved” soap. Please see Soap Instruction Sheet 215-1286
for details about soap valve cleaning or how to contact Champion. With proper maintenance and soap, Bradley dispensers will
provide long term, trouble free operation.
Soap Dispenser Maintenance Instructions
Bradley soap dispensers will provide dependable, consistent operation over the long term when the proper soap is used and when
a minimal amount of periodic maintenance is performed on the valves. Valves must be maintained (cleaned) to function properly.
To ensure proper operation of your soap dispenser, follow these instructions:
• Once per month, unscrew valve from reservoir and soak it for 30 minutes in hot water.
• Push valve at least 20 times while it is soaking.
• Flush soap reservoir with hot water while valve is soaking.
In cases of extreme clogging, the valve should be disassembled and the parts should be soaked in hot water or cleaning solution
to restore proper functioning. Soap dispensers that will not be used for extended periods of time (schools during summer break,
etc.) should be drained, cleaned and left empty until put back into service. Soap left on the outside of dispensers can cause
discoloration and corrosion of the reservoir (even on stainless steel units). All soap should be wiped or scrubbed off daily, then the
outside of the dispenser should be rinsed with clear water and dried with a soft cloth.
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Sprayheads — Standard w/Neoprene Spray Ring Grommet
Repair kit does not include sprayhead
grommet. Order as a separate item.
1
4
3
2
5
9
7
10
6
8
Parts List
Sprayhead
Assembly
S05-054A
Item
Part No.
1
125-001DE
Description
Repair
Kit
S45-051
Qty
Neoprene Washer - Top
1
1
Sprayhead Manifold
1
—
Washer
3
4
2
139-031
3
124-001AL
4
160-211
Carriage Bolt
3
4
5
115-061
Sprayhead - Top
1
—
6
116-008
Sprayhead - Bottom
1
—
7
124-001AT
Washer
3
4
8
161-025
Nut
3
4
Sprayhead Grommet - Corner
1
—
Neoprene Washer - Bottom
1
1
9
124-020E
10
125-001DF
Sprayhead Troubleshooting
Problem
Water splashes over the
rim of the bowl.
Possible Cause
Solution
Foreign matter has reduced
Clean the sprayhead:
the size of the sprayhead slots,
1. Disassemble the sprayhead and dislodge any dirt, lime buildcausing greater pressure at the
up and foreign debris with a wire brush.
open slots.
2. Sprayheads with rubber grommet spray rings may be cleaned
by rubbing a coin over the grommet.
3. Throttle down the volume control (water spray should strike
the bowl without splashing outside of the bowl).
Water flow diminishes
from the sprayhead.
Strainer portion of the stopRemove and clean the strainer screen from the stop-strainer-check
strainer-check valve is plugged. valve.
The sprayhead shown above includes a perforated neoprene spray ring grommet that is self-cleaning. The water
pressure flexes the spray holes which slows accumulation of foreign matter and tends to “break loose” any such
deposits that may have accumulated.
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I.R. Module Assembly Components (S83-046)
Model Cover Assembly
(S04-083)
Sensor Bracket
140-718
Sensor
S83-039
Window
(269-832)
Troubleshooting Adaptive IR
There is a LED diagnostic light built into the small black box housing the circuitry for the sensor. Below is a list of what the signals
from the LED mean. Use this list to troubleshoot the sensor.
Problem
Cause
Solution
LED not
illuminated.
No power is
getting to the
sensor.
Check for power at the 110 VAC wall outlet and from the wires from the 24 VAC transformer. If there
is 110 VAC power at the wall outlet, but no power from the transformer, touching leads from the
transformer while plugged in or a power surge may have burned out the transformer. Add surge
protection at the outlet if a power surge is suspected and replace the transformer. If 24 VAC power is
being supplied from the transformer, check for loose wire connections and check connections against
the wiring diagram.
Fast blink
Sensor is
detecting
something in
it's view and
water should
be on (power
is being
sent to the
solenoid)
If the sensor is blinking fast, the water is turning on and there is nothing in the detection area,
disconnect the power for at least 30 seconds. This will allow the sensor to loose it’s memory and be
reset. Reconnect the power and wait 2 full minutes to allow the sensor to relearn the environment
before attempting to activate. The sensor may take up to 8 minutes to readjust if it activated during
those 2 minutes.
Sensor is
detecting
something in
it's view and
the water is off
(power is not
being sent to
the solenoid).
The sensor has detected a stationary object in its view for more than 30 seconds and shut off power
to the solenoid valve. Remove the object, if it is still in the bowl, and reset the sensor as explained
above.
Slow blink
Blinking SOS The sensor
(3 short, 3
has detected
long, 3 short) an overload
condition and
shut down
to protect it's
circuits.
If the condition persists, make sure the LEDs at the ends of the sensor cables are pushed all the way
in to the backs of the lenses.
If the sensor is blinking fast and the water is not turning on, go through the troubleshooting guide for
the solenoid.
Check connections against the wiring diagram. This condition usually means the solenoid valve is not
properly wired. After correcting any wiring error, it will be necessary to reset the sensor as explained
above.
If you need further assistance, please call your local Bradley representative. Please call us at 1-800-Bradley if you need the name
and telephone number of your local Bradley representative.
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Solenoid Valve S08-055 Repair Parts
Solenoid Valve
(S27-250)
Spring
(269-578)
Repair Kit
(S65-155)
Armature
(269-577)
Diaphragm
(269-1346)
Reducing Coupling
(269-1246)
Male Connector
(269-626)
Solenoid Valve Troubleshooting
IMPORTANT!
Make sure there is electrical power going to the transformer and there are 24 volts coming from the transformer.
CAUTION!
Turn off electrical and water supplies to unit before troubleshooting.
Problem
Sprayhead
drips or fails
to shut off
Cause
Debris is
trapped
between the
diaphragm
and the valve
seat.
Solution
Remove debris between diaphragm and the valve seat.
1. Remove the four screws that secure the clamping plate to the valve body. Be careful not to
lose the armature or spring
2. Remove the diaphragm and clean it gently but thoroughly. Hold the diaphragm up to a light
and find the small hole which is located about halfway between the inner diameter and the
outer diameter. Make sure the hole in the diaphragm is not plugged.
3. Reassemble the valve in reverse order and test with power from the transformer.
Sprayhead
fails to turn
on.
A failed coil for Test the valves and check the wiring connections.
the valve or
1. Disconnect the wires from the IR module to the transformer and solenoid
loose electrical
2. Connect the wire from the transformer to the solenoid valve. Both transformer wires
connection to
should now be connected to the solenoid valve which should turn on immediately and run
the terminal.
continuously.
• If the solenoid valve does not turn on and you have made sure that there is 24-volt power
coming from the transformer, you know that the solenoid has failed and will need to be
replaced.
3. After replacing the solenoid valve (if necessary), reconnect the wire from the transformer to
the IR module. Test the solenoid valve again.
• If the solenoid valve does not turn on, check the wiring for proper connections. If it still
fails to turn on, the problem may be in the sensor. Refer to the Troubleshooting Infrared
instructions on page 15 and follow the sensor troubleshooting procedure outlined there.
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Stop, Strainer and Check Valve Parts
Stop
Parts List S60-003 Stop, Strainer, and Check Valve
Item
Part No.
Qty.
Description
1
118-039
1
Valve Body - Brass
1
118-039A
1
Valve Body - Plated
2
160-131
1
Set Screw
3
S21-014
1
Stop Assembly - Celcon
3
S21-026
1
Stop Assembly - Brass
*4
156-006
1
Strainer
*5
124-001BV
2
Fiber Washer
*6
153-068
2
Plug - Brass
7
129-007
1
Tail Piece - Brass
7
129-007A
1
Tail Piece - Plated
8
110-005
1
Tail Piece Nut - Brass
8
110-005A
1
Tail Piece Nut - Plated
*9
124-001AF
1
Tail Piece Washer
*10
135-001AB
1
Spring
*11
S21-015
1
Check Assembly
3
4
2
5
6
Strainer
1
8
1/2" NPT
1/2" NPT
9
11
15
10
7
6
Check
1
2
1
2
3
Parts List S21-015* Check Assembly
Item
Part No.
Qty.
1
119-091
1
*2
125-001BB
1
Description
4
Parts List S21-014 Standard Celcon Core
Item
Part No.
Qty.
Description
Plunger
1
119-057
1
Valve Core
Washer
*2
125-001AW
1
“O” Ring
*3
125-001L
1
Bibb Washer
4
160-164
1
Screw
* S45-050 Repair Kit Includes these parts
Check Valve Troubleshooting
Problem
Water just dribbles or does
not flow from sprayhead.
Solution
1. Turn off water supplies to fixture.
2. Inspect check valves for proper installation.
3. Open the stops and clean the strainers, if necessary.
Water sprayhead delivers all
hot or cold water.
1. Turn off water supplies to fixture.
2. Inspect check valves for proper installation.
3. Open the stops and clean the strainers, if necessary.
4. Inspect mixing valve for proper installation (see Vernatherm valve on page 25).
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Manual Mixing Valve Repair Parts
Valve
Assembly
S01-038
Item
Valve and
Tailpieces
S01-038S
Repair Kit
S45-197
Part No.
Description
Qty.
1
118-034
Mixing Valve Body - Brass
1
1
—
1
118-034A
Mixing Valve Body - Chrome
—
—
—
2
124-001BD
Fiber Washer
1
1
1
3
125-001BC
O-Ring
1
1
1
4
119-059
Mixing Valve Core
1
1
1
5
152-038
Roll Pin
1
1
1
6
121-016
Bonnet - Brass
1
1
1
6
121-016A
Bonnet - Chrome
—
—
—
7
160-197
Screw - Brass
1
1
—
7
160-189
Screw - Stainless Steel
—
—
—
*
129-007
Tailpiece - Brass
—
2
—
*
110-005
Tailpiece Nut - Brass
—
2
—
*
129-007A
Tailpiece - Chrome
—
—
—
*
110-005A
Tailpiece Nut - Chrome
—
—
—
*
124-001AF
Tailpiece Washer
—
2
2
Volume Control Valve Repair Parts
Brass Valve
S02-045
20
Description
Repair Kit
S45-198
Item
Part No.
Qty.
1
125-001BC
O-Ring
1
1
2
152-038
Roll Pin
1
1
3
121-016
Bonnet
1
1
3
121-016A
Bonnet
—
—
4
124-001BD
Fiber Washer
1
1
5
119-060
Valve Core
1
1
6
118-033
Valve Body
1
—
6
118-033B
Valve Body
—
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Vernatherm Thermostatic Mixing Valve (S01-525) Parts List —
Repair Kit S65-259
Item
Part No.
Qty.
Description
4
S39-413
1
Thermostat
6
125-001BX
1
O-Ring
7
125-157
1
O-Ring
10 Nut 3/8-24 Hex Jam
9
Cap
8 O-Ring
7
O-Ring
6 Stem
5 Thermostat
4 Piston
3 Spring
2 Seal Cup
1 Valve Body
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Thermostatic Mixing Valve Troubleshooting
Before attempting to troubleshoot the valve or disassemble the components, check for the following
conditions:
• If stop valves are used, make sure that they are fully open.
• Make sure that the hot and cold inlet pipes are connected properly, and that there are no cross-connections
or leaking stop valves.
• Check the hot water heater output to make sure that it is at least 20° F above the set temperature.
Be sure to close the appropriate shut-off valves prior to disassembly of the valve and reopen the valves after
inspection and repair is complete.
Problem
Cause
Solution
External leaks.
Damaged O-rings.
Replace O-rings where necessary. For replacement of the O-rings, contact
your Bradley representative and ask for Repair Kit (part number S65-259).
Improper water
temperature or
temperature
fluctuation.
Thermostat is slowly failing or
not working at all.
Check the thermostat for proper operation.
1. At room temperature (80° F or less) remove cap and thermostat.
2. Place thermostat into container with 115° F water. The pushrod should
pop out of the thermostat approximately 1/10".
3. If thermostat pushrod does not pop out, the thermostat must be
replaced. Contact your Bradley representative and ask for Repair Kit
(part number S65-259).
Valve temperature is not
properly set.
Limited water flow. Dirt and debris have built up in
the valve or strainer.
Adjust the temperature.
Check the valve's piston for free and smooth movement,
1. Remove the valve's cap and thermostat
2. Push down on the piston with your finger (the piston should move
freely). If the movement is not as it should be, the piston needs to be
cleaned. Follow the method outlined below for cleaning the piston and
valve body:
• Remove the thermostat.
• Lift the piston out with a needle-nose pliers and remove the spring.
• Any cleaner suitable for brass and stainless steel may be used (if
cleaning with suitable cleaner is not sufficient to remove debris, a
400-grit sandpaper may be used to polish and hone the piston and
valve body).
• Snap spring into piston (will detent) and reassemble into the valve
body.
• Retest the piston.
3. If, after a thorough cleaning, the piston does not move freely, the piston
must be replaced. Contact your Bradley representative and ask for
Repair Kit (part number S65-259).
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