Consider all of the following when selecting an installa-
tion location for the water conditioner.
= Do not locate the water conditioner where freezing
temperatures occur. Temperature of the water
supply to the conditioner must be 40-100°F. Do not
install on hot water. Freezing temperatures or hot
water damage voids the warranty.
= To condition all water in the home, install the water
conditioner close to the water supply inlet, and
upstream of all other plumbing connections, except
outside water pipes. Outside faucets should remain
on hard water to avoid wasting conditioned water
= A nearby drain is needed to carry away regenera-
tion discharge (drain) water. Use a floor drain,
laundry tub, sump, standpipe, or other options
(check your local codes). See "Air Gap
Requirements" and "Valve Drain Requirements"
= The water conditioner works on 28V DC electrical
power, supplied by a direct plug-in power supply
(included). Provide nearby a 120V, 60 Hz electrical
outlet in accordance with NEC and local codes.
= Always install the water conditioner between the
water inlet and water heater. Any other installed
water conditioning equipment should be installed
between the water inlet and water conditioner (See
Figure 3 below).
= Avoid installing in direct sunlight. Excessive sun
heat may cause distortion or other damage to non-
THE PROPER ORDER TO INSTALL WATER TREATMENT EQUIPMENT
Untreated Water to
All plumbing must be completed in accordance with
national, state and local plumbing codes.
In the state of Massachusetts: The Commonwealth
of Massachusetts plumbing code 248-CMR shall
be adhered to. A licensed plumber shall be used
for this installation.
AIR GAP REQUIREMENTS
A drain is needed for regeneration water (See Figure
2). A floor drain, close to the water conditioner, is
preferred. A laundry tub, standpipe, etc. are other
drain options. Secure valve drain hose in place.
Leave an air gap of 1-1/2" between the end of the
hose and the drain. This gap is needed to prevent
backflow of sewer water into the water conditioner.
Do not put the end of the drain hose into the drain.
City Water Supply
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