Presentation on theme: "Responder FW-60 Operation of the FW-60 Unit. Components 2 Solar Panel Spare Filters Power Supply Spare UV and Quartz Sleeve 12 Volt Pig-tail Hoses Strainer."— Presentation transcript:
Responder FW-60 Operation of the FW-60 Unit
Components 2 Solar Panel Spare Filters Power Supply Spare UV and Quartz Sleeve 12 Volt Pig-tail Hoses Strainer Nozzle FW-60 Unit
FW-60 3 Discharge Filters Inlet Pump Control Panel UV Peep Sight
Canisters and Filters 4 ZeonicCarbon Block Sediment
UV and Zeonic 5 The UV blub fits inside of the Zeonic Filter
7 Self Priming Diaphragm Pump To use the pump simply turn it on. It can operate dry without damaging the pump No priming necessary
Setup From Static Water Source 8
FW-60 to Ice Machine 9
Install on Ice Machine or other Equipment Inline 10
Preparing the Unit 11 Make sure all canisters have new, clean filters in them Disinfect all discharge outlets and hoses with a bleach / water solution A ¼ cup to 1 gallon of water solution is generally a good ratio but use the ratio that is appropriate for your facility. Let sit in bleach water for 2 minutes.
AC or DC Power 12 If using 120 AC power; plug the Power Supply into a 120 volt outlet. Then plug the 12 volt plug into the Power Supply If using a 12 volt battery, attach the alligator clips to the battery terminals. Then plug the 12 volt accessory plug into the pig-tail.
Solar Power 13 The Solar Panel charges a 12 volt gel-cell battery built into the unit. The battery powers the FW-60 unit. To charge the battery plug the Solar Panel into the inlet on the control panel. Allow the unit to charge in the sunlight for 4 – 6 hours. The battery should last a good 3 – 4 hours of intermittent use.
Turning the FW-60 On 14 Press the toggle switch the appropriate direction. Solar to use the internal battery AUX to use the AC Power Supply or an external battery. Both the pump and the UV bulb will turn on when the toggle switch is operated.
UV Bulb 15 Note: This picture shows the UV bulb illuminated. When in actual use the UV bulb will not be visible because it is inside a black canister. Warning: Exposure to UV light can cause skin and eye damage. Do not look directly at the UV bulb. To check to see if the UV bulb is working look into the Peep Sight
Flowing the FW Connect to the appropriate power supply Place the hose into a static water source or connect to the water system or other equipment Flip the toggle switch to turn the unit on Allow a few minutes for the pump to prime and water to fill the canisters Flow for a few minutes to flush any debris out of the system and hoses.
Cleaning the FW Remove the intake hose from the source water Allow the unit to run for a few minutes to purge the water out of the system Disconnect all connections Remove all filter canisters; remove and discard used filters; dry out the inside of the canisters. If possible, allow the unit to air dry several days before replacing canisters. Drain hoses Store the unit with no filters installed. Filters will be installed before the next use. Clean the unit as good as possible. The unit can be disinfected at your discretion but is not required. Disinfecting the unit is always done before it is used.
Preventative Maintenance 18 Plug the UV power supply in and make sure the bulb is working Remove canisters and make sure the O- rings are still lubricated Every 6 months: Make sure all parts and hoses are with the unit and haven’t been lost or repurposed. Use the solar panel to charge the battery as needed
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