Aqua Products CC-350 user manual

User manual for the device Aqua Products CC-350

Device: Aqua Products CC-350
Category: Portable Generator
Manufacturer: Aqua Products
Size: 3.31 MB
Added : 9/23/2014
Number of pages: 24
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Aqua Comfort Technologies, LLC - "Aqua Comfort"
P.O. Box 1520, Sykesville, MD 21784-1520
Tel: (410) 549-6083 / Fax: (410) 549-6082

Models: CC-350 and CC-550

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TABL E OF CONTENTS WELCOME Safety First................................................................................................................................................ 3 INSTALLATION General..................................................................................................................................................... 4 Cell.................................................................................................................

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WELCOME Congratulations on the purchase of your new Comfort-Chlor Chlorine Generator. Your purchase will minimize the efforts needed to maintain your pool and maximize your enjoyment for many years. Before installation or operation, please read these instructions carefully. This manual contains easy to follow step-by-step procedures to properly install and operate your system. A little time spent understanding your system and its parts will assure successful, trouble-free installa

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS 1 4 3 5 6 2 7 1. Control Box 5. Filter 2. Cell 6. Pump 3. Flow switch 7. Spa line 4. Power / Timer The system comes in three sections, the Control Box, Cell and Flow Sensor. They are manufactured from the latest corrosion resistant materials to give you years of trouble free use, and installing them in the most sheltered position from sun and water will protect them from extreme weather conditions for years to come. Safety Measures 1. Only operate

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CONFIRM LAYOUT: Lay out equipment pieces to be sure there is enough pipe space between the last piece of apparatus and the tees in the return line to fit the Flow Sensor and the Cell. A Vertical installation may be used to save space (see diagrams above). Install the Cell 1. The Cell and Flow Sensor must be installed downstream from the filter and heating devices but before any tees in the return line. The Cell may be installed horizontally or vertically so long as the Cell is pointe

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Mount the Control Box 1. The Control Box must be mounted vertically on a flat surface and a minimum of 5 ft (1.5m) horizontal distance (or more, if local codes require) from the pool/spa. 2. Locate a position for your Control Box within 10 ft (3½ meters) of where the Cell will be installed and within 2 ft of the power supply to ensure enough wire is available. 3. Because the box acts as a heat sink dispersing heat from inside the box, do not block the four sides

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Wiring the Control Box to Standard Timer CAUTION: Check whether your chlorine generator operates on 120 volts or 240 volts (see label on the left side of the Control Box), and be sure to wire the system accordingly. CAUTION: It is critical to wire the chlorine generator in such a way that it can only operate when the pump is operating (i.e. load side). See instructions below for details. 1. Attach the green ground wire to the grounding

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240Volt Circulation Pump With 240 Volt Chlorine Generator 120Volt Circulation Pump With 120 Volt Chlorine Generator 8

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220Volt Circulation Pump With 220 Volt Chlorine Generator 120Volt Circulation Pump With 240 Volt Chlorine Generator A 240 Volt Chlorine Generator may NOT be connected to a system with a 120 Volt circulation pump. Wiring the Cell Connect the two black wires from the Control Box to the two metal studs on the sides of the Cell and tighten firmly with a screwdriver by hand. To avoid damage to the screws, DO NOT use a power screwdriver. Note these wires are interchangeable

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START U P BEFORE ADDING THE SALT o Balance the chemicals. See the titled “Understanding the Chemistry” for recommended water balance. Also, add 1 quart of metal remover and 1 quart of non-copper based algaecide to the pool, according to the manufacturer’s instructions. This will ensure that the transition to the Comfort-Chlor system will be quick and trouble-free. o Measure existing salt in your pool. Years of liquid chlorine use may cause the salt reading to be higher due to

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SALINI TY DE MAND TABL E (in lbs.) Salt level before addition in PPM 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 3500 4500 How much sat to add – in pounds 4 83 117 100 67 50 33 17 0 OK 6 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 0 OK 8 234 200 167 133 100 67 33 0 OK 10 292 250 209 167 125 83 42 0 OK 12 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 OK 14 409 350 292 234 175 117 58 0 OK 16 467 400 334 267 200 133 67 0 OK 18 525 450 375 300 225 150 75 0 OK 20 584 500 417 334 250 167 83 0 OK

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BACKGROUND Comfort-Chlor is a chlorine generator for pool and/or spa sanitation. It is the workhorse of chlorine generators. The system uses a very low concentration of salt, less than the concentration in a human teardrop, and converts it into free chlorine that kills algae and bacteria in your pool. After killing the algae and bacteria, the chlorine reverts back into sodium chloride. This process of purification continues, making the need to add extra san

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CONTROLS Control Knob (1) – The Control Knob is used to adjust chlorine production and to turn the unit on or off. To increase chlorine production, turn the Control Knob up (clockwise). To decrease chlorine production, turn the Control Knob down (counterclockwise). To turn the unit off, turn the Control Knob down (counterclockwise) until it clicks. NOTE: When changing the power setting, the system takes up to 1 minute to ramp up (i.e. soft start). During this time, the green

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Salinity Indicator – To check the salt level, turn the Control Knob clockwise to full power and check the light reading. 100% reading indicates that the salt level is sufficient. Return the Control Knob to the desired chlorine production setting depending on the chlorine level in your pool (10% to 100% production rate). Red Light - above the Power Meter indicates that the salt level in the pool is on the high side. This does not harm the Chlorine Generator, but is pro

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MAINTENANCE Maintaining your Natural Generator requires minimal work but will maximize the performance and life of the system. POOL WATER TESTING: Pool water should be tested weekly. Cell Maintenance Our clear Cell allows for easy regular inspections for calcium build up. Visually check the Cell periodically, and clean it as necessary (1 to 2 times per year). Advanced self-cleaning technologies, including reverse polarization and IBT™ help the cell stay cleaner than other

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Cleaning Without Optional Cleaning Cap: 1. Remove the cell from the line by undoing the electrical connections from the Cell and the barrel unions from the cell ends. 2. Remove the black o-rings on the ends of the Cell. 3. Soak entire cell either in undiluted white distilled vinegar or in a solution of diluted muriatic acid (10 parts water to 1 part muriatic acid). 4. Wait for foaming to stop (5-10 minutes when using muriatic acid; vinegar takes longer) 5. If muriatic acid was us

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UNDERSTANDING THE CHEMISTRY Below is a table showing the recommended balance levels followed by a more detailed explanation of the factors affecting water chemistry. Maintaining these levels will prevent corrosion and scaling and will ensure maximum enjoyment of the pool. You should test your water periodically. If the water chemistry needs adjustment, your authorized dealer or most pool stores can supply you with the appropriate chemicals and procedures. We recommend you either tak

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lower total alkalinity and add baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) to raise total alkalinity. Be sure to read and follow the respective manufacturer’s instructions. Stabilizer (cyanuric acid) is necessary in most outdoor pools to maintain appropriate levels of chlorine. Chlorine stabilizer helps give an appropriate residual chlorine reading of the pool water. Without stabilizer, UV radiation from the sun destroys most chlorine within 2 hours, but excessive amounts of stabilizer can d

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SATURATION INDEX Test the water for pH, Alkalinity, Calcium Hardness, and Temperature, then follow the simple steps below: 1. Write your pool’s pH level here: pH: ________ 2. Find your Alkalinity level in the chart below, and write the corresponding Alkalinity Factor here: Alkalinity Factor: ________ Pool Alkalinity 5 25 50 75 100 150 200 300 400 Factor 0.7 1.4 1.7 1.9 2.0 2.2 2.3 2.5 2.6 3. Find your Calcium level in the

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TROUBLESHO O TING Note: evaluating the possible causes for each problem from top to bottom (first to last) will avoid extra labor. PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO System is turned off. Turn Control Knob to the desired setting. Control Knob is set too low in relation to chlorination demand Turn Control Knob higher (clockwise) and/or (e.g. higher number of bathers, increase pump operation time. warmer weather, increased debris in pool). Check the salinity level

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