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UV Water Filters – SDB Range Installation Manual

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SDB Range Installation Manual & Operating Instructions

 

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Installation, Operation and Maintenance Manual 

For IWE SDB Series Ultraviolet Disinfection Water System

symbol1Risk of severe or fatal electrical shock when water is in close proximity to this electrical system. User must always disconnect power before performing any maintenance on this system.
symbol2This UV system must be grounded.
symbol3Always wear protective eye and skin wear. Germicidal ultraviolet rays are harmful to the eyes and skin, exposure should be avoided.
symbol4CAUTION: Risk of burning due to heat from the lamp when in use. Never touch the lamp directly; we advise always wearing protective gloves.

Thank you for purchasing an Industrial Water Equipment ultraviolet disinfection water system. This manual will help you get the very best from your new system. It covers the installation, operation and maintenance of your new UV system.

PLEASE READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE BEGINNING TO INSTALL OR TURN ON THE EQUIPMENT. THIS IS TO KEEP YOU AND THE EQUIPMENT SAFE.

Name

SDB UV– 304 Stainless Steel Ultraviolet Water Disinfection System

Applications

Medical and Industrial applications, food processing, Drinking Water

Functions

Bacteria disinfection, algae in water, viruses, moulds

Power consumption

114w – 864w

Input

110v – 270v 50/60Hz

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System Installation

1 – Remove the package contents and ensure the contents is complete and free from damage before installation.

Your UV Water filter should contain :

  • UV Lamp
  • Reactor chamber
  • Quartz sleeve
  • O-ring

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2 – Check the UV lamp and Quartz sleeve are clean prior to installation, these can be cleaned with alcohol or a mild detergent. Wear soft non abrasive gloves when handling the UV lamp or Quartz sleeve.

3 – Remove the open and closed end nuts from the UV chamber.

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4 – Place the o-ring onto the end of the Quartz sleeve. The o-ring should be placed roughly 12mm from the open end edge of the Quartz sleeve.

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5 – Insert the quartz sleeve into the UV chamber.

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6 – Place the o-ring onto the closed end of the quartz sleeve.

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7 – Tighten the closed end nut onto the chamber (closed end of the quartz sleeve) do not over tighten the nut – hand tight is sufficient.

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8 – Tighten the open end nut onto the chamber (open end of the quartz sleeve) do not over tighten the nut – hand tight is sufficient.

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9 – Connect the 2-pin connector to the UV lamp ensuring a tight connection.

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10 – Insert the UV bulb into the Quartz sleeve through the open end nut.

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11 – Tighten the cover cap onto the open end of the nut.

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12 – Repeat the lamp installation on the remaining lamps for the chamber.

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13 – Check the timer on the relay, make sure the display is set to 999h.

14 – Choose a suitable location for the installation of your UV filter, the area should be well lit and easily accessible. The UV can be installed either in a horizontal or vertical position.

15 – When all the plumbing connections are finished slowly turn on the water supply, checking for any leaks when doing so.

16 – Allow water to run through the UV for a few minutes to remove any dust or debris that may be present within.

17 – Connect the power to the UV Water filter in preparation for powering up the unit.

System operation

Water quality guidelines

Your UV water filter is designed for operation on visually clear water, not turbid, cloudy or coloured.

  • Ambient Water Temperature: 2-45℃
  • Iron: <0.3ppm (0.3mg/l)
  • Hardness: <7gpg (120mg/l)
  • Turbidity: <1NTU
  • Manganese: 0.05ppm (0.05mg/l)
  • UV Transmittance: >75%

Wiring

  • Red = Live
  • Green = Neutral
  • Green / Yellow = Earth

Recheck all connections prior to powering up the UV water filter.

Once power is connected all led lights will turn green and the timer should display 999h

If there is a lamp failure the corresponding led will display red and a buzzer will sound. Should this happen switch off the system and replace the failed lamp.

Do not operate the UV filter if you can visually see damage to the Quartz sleeve(s) or UV lamp(s). Replace the faulty parts.

Your UV water filter is designed for continuous operation, frequent switching on and off of the system will dramatically reduce the lamp life.

If you filter becomes submerged in water turn off power to the unit and retrieve the unit. Do not attempt to power back on the steriliser. Please contact Industrial Water Equipment for further advice.

Do not attempt to operate the UV water filter if the unit has been dropped or damaged in any way.

Disconnect the UV water filter if it is going to be subjected to temperatures below 0ºc for a prolonged period of time.

Important safeguards

symbol1Risk of severe or fatal electrical shock when water is in close proximity to this electrical system. User must always disconnect power before performing any maintenance on this system.
symbol2This UV system must be grounded.
symbol3Always wear protective eye and skin wear. Germicidal ultraviolet rays are harmful to the eyes and skin, exposure should be avoided.
symbol4CAUTION: Risk of burning due to heat from the lamp when in use. Never touch the lamp directly; we advise always wearing protective gloves.

System maintenance

Monthly visual inspection for signs of damage.

Lamp replacement is recommended after every 9000 hours of operation. After this period of time the lamp(s) may still operate, however the intensity of the bulb will be greatly diminished and should be changed.

Clean the Quartz sleeve every 3 to 6 months with alcohol or a mild detergent.

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