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Please take this time to become familiar with your pump and the number of accessories that shipped with your product The shipping box contains the following items 1 Peristaltic pump comprising of a pump head and tube assembly b Snap on rear rain guard this can be found in the sealed bag that shipped with the product 2 Instruction Manual


TABLE OF CONTENTS,1 Introduction 3,2 Safety Instructions 3. 3 Technical Specifications 4,4 Installation 5,5 Operation 7. 5 1 7 Day Electronic Timer 7,5 2 General 11,6 Maintenance 11. 6 1 Tubing Assembly Removal 12, 6 2 Tubing Assembly Installation and Lubrication 13. 6 3 Pools and Spas 15,7 Policies and Procedures 16.
7 1 Manufacturers Product Warranty 16,7 2 Returns 16. 7 3 Credits 17,I Pump Assembly and Wiring Diagram 18. Maintenance Record 19,REV C PN J63143 2,1 Introduction. Thank you for your purchase of the Chem Tech Series XP peristaltic pump from. Pulsafeeder We appreciate your decision to purchase a Pulsafeeder product. Please take this time to become familiar with your pump and the number of. accessories that shipped with your product,The shipping box contains the following items. 1 Peristaltic pump comprising of a pump head and tube assembly b. Snap on rear rain guard this can be found in the sealed bag that shipped. with the product,2 Instruction Manual,3 Factory Replacement tube.
4 Suction and Discharge tubing set 15 feet of inch OD Polyethylene. 5 Injector Valve,6 Strainer w Ceramic Weight,2 Safety Instructions. READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS PRIOR TO USE Failure to. follow or understand instructions can may lead to serious injury or death. REV C PN J63143 3, WARNING Secure chemicals metering pumps making them inaccessible. to children pets,WARNING DO NOT PUMP FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS. WARNING To reduce the risk of electrical shock before maintenance repair. or moving always disconnect the power to the pump by unplugging from wall. WARNING Do not tamper with cut the plug or ground lug off the electrical. cord Consult a licensed electrician for proper installation. WARNING Always wear protective clothing including gloves and safety eye. protection when working on or near chemical metering pumps consult. chemical manufacture for protective equipment recommendations. WARNING Always make sure the voltage on the pump data plate matches. the installation voltage before plugging the pump into a wall outlet or hooking. up to an electrical supply If you are unsure have a licensed electrician. inspect and install your pump, WARNING Always depressurize system and drain the chemical prior to. installation or maintenance, WARNING Read and fully understand the section on tube replacement.
Failure to do so may lead to serious injury, WARNING DO NOT MODIFY PUMP as this poses a potentially dangerous. situation and voids the warranty, WARNING If the injection point is lower than the chemical tank and pump. install an anti siphon valve, WARNING All pumps are factory tested with water Remove tubing and. thoroughly dry if the chemical being pumped will react with water for. example sulfuric acid, WARNING Only finger tighten plastic connections Do not use a wrench. WARNING Consult licensed plumber and electrician before installation to be. sure to conform to local codes, CAUTION Inspect tubing regularly for cracking or deterioration and replace.
as necessary Always wear protective clothing and safety eye protection. when inspecting tubing,CAUTION KEEP FINGERS AWAY FROM ROTATING PARTS. CAUTION If the pump is exposed to direct sunlight use a U V resistant. CAUTION Follow directions and warnings provided with the chemical from. the chemical manufacturer The user is responsible for determining the. chemical compatibility with the chemical feed pump. CAUTION Consult with local health officials and qualified water conditioning. specialists when treating potable water, CAUTION For accurate volume output the pump must be calibrated under. all operating conditions,3 Technical Specifications. Refer to the data plate located on the back of the peristaltic pump Note that the. data plate will be located behind the back splash cover if installed Please make. note of the Electrical Rating Feed Rate and Maximum Pressure of the pump. REV C PN J63143 4, Use this information to complete the top three lines in Table 1 below by For. example if the Electrical Rating indicated on the data plate of the pump is. 230V 60 Hz fill in the first line of the table below Keep this information handy for. future reference and part replacement, Figure 1 provides a quick reference for installation dimensional requirements.
Table 1 Technical Specifications,Electrical Rating. Feed Rate GPD,Feed Rate LPH,Maximum Pressure PSI,Maximum Pressure Bar. Maximum Ambient Temperature 104OF 40OC,Pump Safety Rating ETL CETL ETLSAN NSF 50. Enclosure Rating NEMA 3R IP31,Pump Head PVC,Pump Head Tubing Norprene. Injection Fitting PVC,Strainer Polypropylene,Suction Discharge Tubing Polyethylene.
Pump Housing ABS or Polycabonate PBT 15 GF, Except 50GPD 7 9 LPH and 80GPD 12 6 LPH Feed Rate pumps. Figure 1 Pump Dimensions,4 Installation,Horizontal. NOTE For pumps operating in swimming pool, installations the pump is to be supplied by an isolating. transformer or through a residual current device RCD. 1 The pump can be installed either vertically or,horizontally See Figure 2 Make sure to secure the. pump on a flat level surface that will support 50 lbs. 22kg and secure with four 25 in 6mm screws in the, holes provided The guard snaps into the back of the.
pump via three tangs see Figure 1 The pump, should be mounted with no less than 1 75 in Figure 2 Injector Placement. REV C PN J63143 5, 44mm of clearance around the venting on both the front and the rear of the. pump Locate the pump so there is direct access to the power cord plug. The pump is rated for indoor use only For applications that are subject to. splashing make sure the pump is mounted horizontally level with splash guard in. place Vertical mountings require the purchase of optional hood J63004. Select a location that does not subject the timers LCD to direct sunlight. 2 Verify the electrical requirements for the pump as listed on the name plate. and connect to an appropriate electrical source in compliance with local codes for. the specific application, 3 Relieve the system pressure and drain the piping run where the injection. fitting is to be installed See Figure 2 for reference The injection fitting must. not be installed in a dead end pipe or a deeply recessed tee It should be. installed so as to place the tip at the center of the fluid stream as indicated. in Figure 2 The injection fitting is supplied with 25 in NPT threads If necessary. drill a 44 in 11mm diameter hole and using care not to tap to deeply tap for. 4 Apply Pipe tape to the injection fitting threads and install into piping system. Do not remove the plastic sleeve on the tip of the fitting it is a functional. part see Figure 4, CAUTION Inspect the piping system and eliminate piping cross connections to. prevent feeding chemical to areas not needing treatment. To install tubing remove the compression fitting s coupling nut and slide onto. tubing Place tubing onto fitting and hand tighten the coupling nut NOTE. Immerse tubing in hot water to soften prior to pushing on to fitting Hand tighten. only do not use wrenches,Figure 4 Injector valve, 5 Referring to Figure 5 slide ceramic strainer weight on.
suction tubing first then remove the coupling nut from the. strainer and slide onto tubing next Push the end of the. tubing onto the strainer and hand tighten the coupling nut. Hand tighten only do not use wrenches Note Immerse. tubing in hot water to soften prior to pushing on fitting Figure 5 Ceramic. Weighted Strainer,REV C PN J63143 6, 6 Install the strainer so it is off the bottom of the chemical container 1 to 2. inches 25 50mm and measure suction tubing length required Cut tubing ends. square and install on suction fitting of the pump Hand tighten only do not use. 5 Operation, WARNING Always make sure the voltage on the pump data plate matches the. installation voltage before plugging the pump into a wall outlet or hooking up to. an electrical supply If you are unsure have a licensed electrician inspect and. install your pump,5 1 7 Day Electronic Timer, CAUTION Before plugging your pump into a wall outlet take a moment and. locate the control panel of your pump The control panel is located on top of the. pump The pump is equipped with a 3 position mode selector switch in the upper. left side of the control panel Verify the switch in is the off position before. plugging your pump into a wall receptacle see Figure 6. As previously mentioned the mode selector switch has three positions The off. position is the right side position of the switch The switch also provides a. manually on function in the far left side position This function is very useful. when priming and or replacing worn tubing in the pump The middle position sets. the pump in the automatic Timer mode,REV C PN J63143 7. PUMP TIMER PROGRAMMING INSTRUCTIONS,1 Read all instructions first.
2 When programming or re programming use the program work sheet to set up the desired. program before entering the steps into the timer Seeing the program on paper may avoid. errors and will make it easier to put the correct steps into the timer. 3 When re programming it is always best to use the R reset button and re program all cycles. 4 Avoid program sequences which overlap another program Programs which start while. another program is in the ON sequence will not activate. 5 An EEE on the screen indicates an error in program sequence To correct push the R. reset button reset time of day and day of week then re program. 6 Do not attempt to re program while the timer is in the ON sequence. unless the R recessed reset button is pressed first and all sequences. are reprogrammed, 7 Do not press the button while in the time of day set mode This may. cause an error in the time keeping program which will cause hours minutes to. count in seconds If this condition occurs slide the programming selector. switch to the position press the button and the h button. at the sametime then use the h button to correct the time When the time. of day is corrected slide the programming selector switch back to the RUN. 8 Do not reset the time of day during an active cycle. Wait to reset during an OFF, cycle or use R reset button and follow the complete. instruction from the beginning, 9 All programming errors may be corrected by moving the right side button to the RUN. position and depressing the R reset button This will clear all memory both time of day. and all programs All desired programs and time of day must be re entered Begin again at. Setting Time of Day,1 With the programming selector switch in RUN. position push recessed reset button R,0 00 will flash on the display.
2 Slide the programming selector switch to the left P. to the time of day position 0 00 will appear,on the display. 2a Use the 1 7 button to set day of week using,1 as Monday Put the day indicator under 1 h. the day of week 7,2b Use the h button to set hour P will appear on. the left side of the display to indicate P M,2c Use the m button to set minutes. REV C PN J63143 8, 3 Slide the programming selector switch to center RUN position to check time setting The.
colon will flash Be certain that minutes do not change with each flash of the colon If. this condition occurs an error has been made Begin again at step 1. NOTE 1 Setting the time in the above sequence will clear all programs reset the. programs as required Skip step 1 to correct the time setting without clearing. NOTE 2 Check the clock after completion of the time setting procedure If the clock changes. minutes with each flash of the colon an error has occurred To correct this condition. slide the programming selector switch to the position Push the button and the. h button at the same time then push the h button to advance the hours to the. correct time of day Slide the programming selector switch back to the RUN position. Setting Programs refer to program worksheet page 10 for guidance. 4 Slide programming selector switch right to program position Screen will show 0 00. 1 This indicates that you are setting the first event which is the ON time for first cycle. 5 Use the 1 7 button to set the desired day or days of the week Put the day indicator. under the day or days you want to run this program Pressing the 1 7 button once will. put the day indicator under Sunday 7 pressing again will move the day indicator. to Monday 1 Continue pressing the button to advance day by day to Saturday 6. Press again to get multiple day programs,Once All weekdays 1 thru 5. Twice Weekend only 6 and 7,3 Times Every day except Sunday 1 thru 6. 4 Times Every day 1 thru 7, 5a Use the h button to set hour remember to set the time in A M or P M as required. 5b Use the m button to set minutes, 6 Push the program button to enter the data and set ON time The display will change. to 0 00 2 ready for you to set OFF time for first program. 7 Use the 1 7 button to set the day or days of the week for the OFF cycle refer to 5a. sequence Day or days should match the day or days used in previous ON cycle setting. 7b Set OFF time for first program using the h and m buttons. 8 After setting time to desired OFF time press the button This completes Program 1. 0 00 3 will appear on the display ready to set the ON time for next program. 9 If further programs are desired continue setting program using Steps 5 thru 8. 9a If programming is complete slide the program selector switch back to the RUN. position All programs are now active, 10 To review program settings slide program selector switch to the position The display.
will show xx xx 1 indicating the first ON cycle day and time Press the button. again and the display will show xx xx 2 the first OFF cycle day and time Continue. pressing the button to step thru the ON and OFF cycles of the rest of the program. After cycle 8 xx xx 8 is passed the display will return to the first cycle The program. selector switch may be returned to the RUN position at anytime during review. Running the Pump, 11 Position the mode selector switch I AUTO and O to the position desired. Position I Pump will run continuously regardless of the program. Position AUTO Pump will follow the program sequence. Position O Pump will always remain off regardless of the program. REV C PN J63143 9, 12 Skip cycle button may be used when you want to skip all program sequences. programmed for the next day Press the button once the will appear in the lower. right corner of the display This will stop all program cycles from running the next calendar. day the day indicator will flash during the day which is being skipped. PROGRAM WORKSHEET,SYMBOLS ON TIMER MAY VARY,PROGRAM DAY or DAYS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7,6 ON 11 P 1 h,P 1 h P 1 h,P 1 h P 1 h P 1 h P 1 h. P 1 h P 1 h P 1 h P 1 h,REV C PN J63143 10,5 2 General.
DANGER DO NOT ATTEMPT TO FEED CHEMICALS WITHOUT FIRST. CONSULTING YOUR CHEMICAL FEEDER DEALER OR CHEMICAL. SUPPLIER To avoid running out of chemical follow a regular schedule of. monitoring chemical supply, CAUTION Inspect peristaltic tubing frequently and replace when deterioration. becomes apparent Peristaltic tubing will eventually wear and break if neglected. This occurrence will cause chemical spillage and a potential for personal injury or. damage to equipment Always refer to chemical manufacturers. recommendations with regards to safety and handling of hazardous or corrosive. chemicals Always wear protective clothing and safety glasses when working. near chemical feed systems, WARNING Do not expose the pump or tubing to pressure exceeding the. pressure rating on the pump nameplate, 1 Make sure the mode selector switch is in the off position. 2 Fill the chemical tank with the chemical to be fed. 3 Slide the model selector switch all the way to the left in the on position and. make sure the programming selector switch is in the run position. 6 Maintenance, NOTE To get actual feed rates for specific settings the output must be verified. by measuring the volume output Use the flow chart Figure 6 as a guide To. get the actual feed rate for specific settings each pump must be calibrated for its. flow As with any peristaltic pump output varies tubing condition It is. recommended that feed rates be verified at every tubing change and after every. 250 hour More critical applications require more frequent verification. NOTE NO USER SERVICEABLE COMPONENTS ARE INSIDE THE. ENCLOSURE IF THE POWER SUPPLY CORD BECOMES DAMAGED IT. MUST BE REPLACED BY PULSAFEEDER ITS REPRESENTATIVE OR A. SIMILARLY QUALIFIED TECHNICIAN IN ORDER TO AVOID A HAZARD. REV C PN J63143 11,6 1 Tubing Assembly Removal, Always wear protective clothing and safety glasses when working on the.
chemical pump and refer to the chemical manufacturers safety precautions. 1 Remove the power to the pump and place the mode selector switch in the Off. 2 Relieve the system pressure and the drain discharge and suction tubing. 3 Loosen coupling nuts and remove the tubing from suction and discharge. ports See figure 7a, Figure 7a Pump Head Assembly with Front Cover Attached. Figure 7b Pump Head Assembly with Front Cover Removed. 4 Remove the two thumb screws holding on the pump head cover and remove. See figure 7b above,REV C PN J63143 12, 5 Remove pump head tube assembly by removing both connector fittings and. pulling tubing straight out of the pump head Tubing may retain a small amount. of chemical If the rotor assembly is removed go to step 8. 6 Remove rotor assembly by pulling straight out of pump head NOTE bearing. lubrication every 500 hours see section 6 2 Tubing Assembly Installation and. Lubrication, 7 Clean any tubing debris from the rotor assembly and pump head. 6 2 Tubing Assembly Installation and Lubrication, WARNING When using the pump to load tubing the mode selector switch must. be in the Off O position to prevent accidental motor starting Caution must be. used to keep fingers away from rotating parts,Lube all roller 3.
and bearing,surfaces 2,Figure 8 Pump Head w Rotor Assembly Removed. NOTE Lubrication of rotor assembly should be performed at least once a year. residential service Clean front and rear rotor bearings and surfaces with a. clean shop cloth item No 8 in assembly drawing on pg 17 Lubricate with a. PTFE thickened medium viscosity synthetic grease intended for plastic parts. Ref Grease Kit P N J30257 see Figure 8, 1 Reinstall the rotor assembly by aligning the cross in the rotor to the drive shaft. cross and fully insert into pump head, 2 With the programming selector switch in the run position slide the mode. sector switch all the way to the left into the on position and align the rotor. assembly as shown in Figure 9a,REV C PN J63143 13,Note position of tube and. rotor s cut away guide, Figure 9a Rotor Alignment at Start of Tube Installation.
3 Insert one connector end of the tubing assembly into the bottom retaining slot. in the pump head Insert the tube through the guide slot in the rotor Using. caution intermittently jog the mode selector switch to from the on and off. positions and feed the tube around the pump head as the guide slot rotates Be. very careful not to get any objects fingers ties hair etc close to the. rotors and pump head as severe pinch points exist see Figure 9b Keep. hands and fingers away from the rotor assembly while feeding the new. WARNING Note severe pinch points between rollers and pump housing. Figure 9b Feeding the New Tube, When the rotor is positioned as in Figure 9c set the mode selector switch all the. way to the right into the off position Insert the other connector into its retaining. 4 Align the pump head cover bearing bore with the rotor shaft and press into. 5 Loosely reinstall the two thumb screws,REV C PN J63143 14. Figure 9c Finishing the New Tube Installation, 6 Using the mode selector switch run the pump for several revolutions and then. fully tighten the thumb screws hand tight, 7 Return the pump to service by following the procedures in the installation. 6 3 Pools and Spas, Pumps carrying the ETL Sanitation tested to NSF Standard 50 marks are.
listed for swimming pools spas and hot tubs and when proper materials are. selected are capable of handling but not limited to the following chemical. 12 0 ALUMINUM SULPHATE 5 0 SODIUM CARBONATE,2 0 CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 10 0 SODIUM HYDROXIDE. 12 5 SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 10 0 HYDROCHLORIC ACID, To meet the requirements of the ETL Sanitation Mark qualification 1 Replace. the peristaltic tubing as described above 2 Grease the rotor bearing and 3 Oil. the three rotor rollers at intervals of 500 hours operation time actual running.

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