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Laboratory Fitting Installation Instructions - …

Laboratory Fitting Installation Instructions For use with Laboratory Water Faucets and Valves, Multi-Service Fittings, Remote Valves, and Fumehood Valves

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Laboratory Fitting Installation Instructions For use with Laboratory Water Faucets and Valves, Multi-Service Fittings, Remote Valves, and Fumehood ValvesOverviewChicago Faucets laboratory fittings are precision equipment for dispensing water or laboratory gases in highly specialized applications. These fittings feature interchangeable components and heavy-duty brass construction for a lifetime of reliable to the Installer Read this entire instruction sheet before installing to ensure proper installation. Installation must comply with local codes and plumbing fixtures shall be installed in accordance with manufacturer s recommendations. The supply piping to these devices shall be securely anchored to the building structure to prevent installed device from unnecessary movement when operated by the user. Care shall be exercised when installing the device to prevent marring the exposed surface. NOTE: The information in this manual is subject to change without notice. Please leave these instructions with the facility manager after completing the faucet installation. This document contains information necessary for routine maintenance and servicing. NOTE: Before installation, turn off water supplies to existing faucet and remove faucet if replacing. Clean faucet basin and clear away debris. Flush all supply lines before connecting to faucet. Failure to do so can result in debris clogging the inlets and/or WARNINGFor fittings with a serrated nozzle outlet that allows the attachment of laboratory tubing, Chicago Faucets strongly recommends the use of an in-line vacuum breaker (model E22) between the nozzle and fitting to prevent water from flowing back through the nozzle and contaminating the water supply. INSTALLER NOTEFor proper joint installation, DO NOT USE a pipe joint compound that contains ammonia compounds or one that can become acidic. The preferred material for threads and flanges is a fast-setting, non-hardening paste that seals thread joints, is non-toxic, and is suitable for use with potable water, natural gas, steam, compressed air, and other special gases. Teflon tape may be used when applied in accordance with professional plumbing Basin Fittings (including vandal resistant fittings) NOTE: For vandal resistant fittings only, the installer must drill a hole in the deck to accommodate the Vandal Resistant Pin (Figure 1, item 2). It is important to obtain the rough-in drawing for the particular model being installed. The drawing illustrates the exact size and positioning of the Apply plumber s putty or Rubber Washer (item 3) to underside of faucet body (item 1).2. Place body shank through hole in deck. If installing a vandal resistant fitting, align Vandal Resistant Pin (item 2) with pre-drilled pinhole in deck. Assemble Steel Washer and Nut (items 4 and 5) to shank and tighten Flush supply line. If using a bullnose supply tube, attach to shank with Coupling Nut (item 6) and tighten securely. Flexible supply hoses do not require the Coupling Assemble spout as shown in Figure 2. For Rigid Spout installation, place 1/8 Thick Plastic Washer into spout base bore and discard plastic Split Attach spout to fitting and tighten Spout Nut (Figure 2, item 2). If outlet is pre-installed, remove outlet and flush fitting for one minute. Replace Fittings (wall and deck-mounted)1. If Flanges (Figure 3, item 1) are included, place them over supply piping or shanks. 2. Attach Supply Arms (item 2) to threaded supply piping or shanks using pipe If installing adjustable Supply Arms, align them with inlets on Install Gaskets (item 3) and tighten Supply Arms to fitting with a crescent wrench. Make sure fitting is Assemble spout as shown in Figure 2 for Rigid Spout installation, place 1/8 Thick Plastic Washer into spout base bore and discard plastic Split Attach spout to fitting and tighten Spout Nut (Figure 2, item 2). If outlet is pre-installed, remove outlet and flush fitting for one minute. Replace Fittings (including 1332, 1333, 1334 Series)1. Insure supply holes are drilled in deck, 7/8 - 1 dia. ( mm). It is important to obtain the rough-in drawing for the particular model being installed. The drawing illustrates the exact size and positioning of the supply Install Rubber Base Gasket (Figure 4, item 1) to fitting. Insert fitting through pre-drilled holes in deck. 3. Using Washer Plate (item 2) and Locknut (item 3), secure fitting to Apply appropriate pipe sealant to both water and gas inlets before attaching supply lines. Connect supply lines to Water Inlet and Gas Inlet as shown in Figure Body2. Vandal Resistant Pin (If Provided)3. Rubber Washer4. Steel Washer5. Nut6. Coupling NutFigure 11. Flange2. Supply Arm3. Gasket2. Supply Arm3. GasketFigure 3Figure 41. Rubber Base Gasket2. Washer PlateIn-line Vacuum Breaker(recommended)3. LocknutWater InletGas InletFor additional technical assistance, call 800/TEC-TRUE (800-832-8783) or visit our website at 21. Outlet2. Spout Nut3. Spout Joint5. 1/8 Thick Plastic Washer4. Split Washers (2)Laboratory Faucets Installation Instructions (continued) Care and Maintenance All Chicago Faucets fittings are designed and engineered to meet or exceed industry performance standards. Care should be taken when cleaning this product. Do not use abrasive cleaners, chemicals or solvents as they can result in surface damage. Use mild soap with warm water for cleaning and protecting the surface of Chicago Faucets additional technical assistance, call 800/TEC-TRUE (800-832-8783) or visit our website at FAUCETS LIMITED WARRANTY TO WHOM DOES THIS WARRANTY APPLY? The Company extends the following limited warranty to the original user DOES THIS WARRANTY COVER AND HOW LONG DOES IT LAST? This warranty covers the following Commercial Products:LIFETIME FAUCET WARRANTY The Faucet, defined as any metal cast, forged, stamped or formed portion of the Product, not including electronic or moving parts or other products separately covered by this Limited Warranty or water restricting components or other components, is warranted against material manufacturing defects for the life of the Product. FIVE YEAR FAUCET WARRANTY Certain Products and portions of the Product are warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of five (5) years from the date of Product purchase. Products warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of five (5) years from the date of Product purchase are referred to by the product numbers 42X, 43X, 15XX and E-Tronic - 4X, 5X, 6X, 7X, 8X and 9X. All zinc die cast portions of Product are warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of five (5) years from the date of Product YEAR ELECTRONICS WARRANTY Electronic components, including the solenoid, are warranted for three (3) years from the date of YEAR CARTRIDGE WARRANTY The Cartridge , defined as the metal portion of any Product typically referred to by the product numbers containing 1-099, 1-100, 377X, 217X and 274X, excluding any rubber or plastic components, is warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of five (5) years from the date of Product purchase. All Cartridges included in the Company s Single Control or Shower Products also are warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of five (5) years from the date of Product YEAR FINISH WARRANTY COMMERCIAL For Products used in commercial applications, the finish of the Product is warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of one (1) year from the date of Product WARRANTIES All other Products not covered above are warranted against material manufacturing defects for a period of one (1) year from the date of Product restrictions and limitations apply. For complete warranty details, call Chicago Faucets Customer Service at 847-803-5000 or visit 2017 Chicago Faucet Company TAG-277 06/17The Chicago Faucet Company2100 South Clearwater Drive Des Plaines, IL 60018Phone: 847/803-5000 Fax: 847/803-5454Technical: 800 and Slow-Compression Cartridges Cartridges are stamped RH for right-hand and LH for left-hand. NOTE: Always place a new cartridge in the closed position when installing into valve Push cartridge into fitting body until it is fully Install cap nut and hand Install FOR RIGHT-HAND CARTRIDGE: Hold handle in CLOSED position and fully tighten cap nut to 15-25 ft/lb FOR LEFT-HAND CARTRIDGE: Hold handle in OPEN position and fully tighten cap nut to 15-25 ft/lb torque. Return handle to CLOSED position and check handle (Cam-in-Cap) Self-Closing Cartridges NOTE: Right-hand and left-hand (Hot and Cold) units are Place cartridge into fitting body until it is fully Install cap nut and hand Install handle in desired Hold handle in place and tighten cap nut with wrench to 15-25 ft/lb Valve Cartridges (models 962-X, 966-X, 966-XSS) NOTE: Models 966-X and 966-XSS are accurate control needle valve cartridges with a fine pitch stem thread. Model 966-XSS features a stainless steel seat. These cartridges are right-hand only, closing in a clockwise direction. Excessive closing torque can damage the cartridge and should not be Place cartridge into fitting body until it is fully Be sure washer is in place under cap nut. Install cap nut and hand Install handle in desired Hold handle in place and tighten cap nut with wrench to 15-25 ft/lb Mounted Fumehood Valves IMPORTANT The front load fume hood fittings described in these installation instructions are available in both right-hand and left-hand models. Right-hand models are marked on both sides of the body with an R and left-hand models are marked with an L . Due to the use of these fittings in both right- and left-hand fume hoods, the bodies are marked on both sides with directional flow arrows. Regardless of the model used, the fittings are designed to be installed such that the inlet is on the Panel-mounted fume hood valves are shipped as shown in Figure 6 to ease installation. These valves are designed to be installed in a 45-degree angled fume hood equipped with 1-1/2 ( mm) diameter mounting holes. Before proceeding with the installation, identify and familiarize yourself with all of the components shown in Figure Remove the Hold-Down Nut (item 3) from the Body and the Handle Screw (item 5) from the Cartridge Stem (item 4). With a pair of pliers, make sure the Shoulder Washer (item 2) has been tightened into place against the Body: the threads on the two components should lock Place the front end of the Body (the end containing the operating cartridge) through the 1-1/2 diameter hole in the fume hood and secure the fitting in place by assembling the Hold-Down Nut onto the Body. Hand tighten the Hold-Down Nut from the front of the fume hood (see Figure 7). Do not fully tighten the Hold-Down Nut at this Align the mounted fitting from the back of the fume hood so the Body inlet and outlet are in line and the Body is parallel to the fume hood sidewall. Using your free hand or a tool to support the valve body from the back, tighten the Hold-Down Nut securely with a With fitting now firmly secured to the fume hood, place the handle onto the Cartridge Stem and tighten into place with the Handle Screw. If applicable, insert the appropriate index button into Complete the inlet and outlet piping to the fitting and check for leaks. IMPORTANT SERVICE NOTE Chicago Faucets panel-mounted fume hood fittings have been designed so that servicing of the cartridge can be done from the front (user s) side of the fume hood. Before servicing, ensure that the main supply valve to the fitting has been completely turned off, then purge the fitting by completely opening the valve and releasing trapped material into the fume hood. Support the fitting by holding the Hold-Down Nut (Figure 6, item 3) in place with a wrench before loosening the cartridge cap Control Fittings1. Assemble valve Body (Figure 5, item 1) into fume hood using standard piping If included, remove Locknut (item 4) and Washer (item 5) from Flange Assembly (item 6).3. Place Flange Assembly through hole in wall and tighten securely with Locknut. For fittings with Angle Flange (item 8), secure Angle Flange to wall using the two Screws (item 9) If rod is too long, cut proper length from end opposite handle Place Rod with Handle Assembly (item 3) through hole in flange and into Sleeve/Collar Assembly (item 7). Tighten Set Screw (item 2) to secure Body2. Set Screw3. Rod with Handle Assembly8. Angle Flange9. Screw7. Sleeve/Collar Assembly1. Body2. Set Screw3. Rod with Handle Assembly7. Sleeve/Collar Assembly6. Flange Assembly5. Washer4. Locknut1. Body2. Shoulder Washer3. Hold Down Nut5. Handle Screw4. Cartridge StemFigure 7Figure 6Place Body Through FumehoodScrew Hold Down Nut on Hand-tightFigure 52

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