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Heatsavr Dosing Pump Kit

The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is a reliable, accurate and convenient way to ensure Heatsavr Liquid is added to the pool on a regular basis.
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The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is a reliable, accurate and convenient way to ensure Heatsavr is added to the pool on a regular daily basis. Each dosing unit is programmable to provide the optimum dose of Heatsavr and at a scheduled time most suitable for the pool concerned.

The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is recommended for surface area up to 100 m2.

Instructions : Automatic Dosing Is Highly Recommended

Apply daily: calculate the pools surface area (L x W). Add 38 ml per 50 sq metres / 0.8ml per sq metre every 24 hours for a skimmer pool. For a deck level pool add 1ml per sq metre every 24 hours.


Add slowly to the pool as you walk around the side, or use an automatic injection system.

Installation and Maintenance Instructions

If required, dosing units can be pre-programmed before dispatch.

For full programming details see operating manual.

Contents of Kit: Dosing unit with built in programmer, Wall mounting plate, raw plugs and screws for mounting plate, Stainless steel Injector (1/8” BSP) with in-built non return valve, Suction and delivery tubes, Operating Manual, Rubber bung with automatic air vent and 25 litre day tank with bund.

Standard commercial kit:
Suction line strainer end fitting.
Suction line weight

Optional low level alarm version:
Suction device with low level switch
Tools required: 11/32” Drill bit
1/8” BSP Tap

Injection point:The first thing to establish when installing a system is the location of the injector. This should be situated in the return pipe of the pool filtration system, downstream of the filter and heater (if possible) and at least 200 mm from any other chemical injection points.

BEFORE FITTING THE INJECTOR TURN OFF THE MAIN FILTRATION PUMP AND ISOLATE PIPEWORK IF POSSIBLE.
Drill the pool return pipe in the chosen location (ideally on a fitting where there is greater wall thickness).
Carefully tap the drilled hole and then screw in the injector using PTFE tape to ensure a good seal.

Dosing Unit:
This should be sited away from any other pool chemicals, away from foot traffic and as close as possible to the Heatsavr injection point.
Do not locate outdoors or close to open flames or electrical heating elements.
Mount on a firm vertical surface as shown in the operating manual.
Ideally maximum lift from base of Heatsavr reservoir to pump and/or injection point should not exceed 2 metres. The standard length of delivery tube supplied with the kit is 3 metres, although additional tube is available for longer runs. If particularly long runs or higher pump pressures are required then an alternative diaphragm pump may be more suitable.

Reservoir: For domestic and commercial pools with surface areas up to 100 m2 the 2 litre containers in which Heatsavr is supplied can also be used as the reservoir. This should be stood in a plastic bucket or similar to act as a bund. For pools above 100m2 a 25 litre day tank and bund is normally used.

Suction plumbing: Without low level alarm - Pass one end of the clear soft plastic tube supplied through the rubber bung and draw sufficient tube through so that it will reach the bottom of the tank. Feed the weight over the end of the tube and attach the strainer end fitting. If not already fitted fit the air release valve into the other hole in the rubber bung and fit the bung firmly into the top of the reservoir. Ensure that the valve is fitted the correct way round to allow air to enter the reservoir. Connect the other end of the soft clear plastic tube on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

With low level alarm: If not already fitted to the day tank, insert suction probe into the opening on the shoulder of the tank and secure rubber flange with the screws provided. Probe can be adjusted through flange until its end touches the bottom of the tank. The rubber “O” rings should be moved down the shaft of the probe to secure its position. Connect the end of the soft clear plastic tube from the suction probe on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

Delivery plumbing: Connect one end of an appropriate length of the opaque plastic tube to the connector on the delivery side of the pump and the other end to the connector on the injector.

Priming: To ensure an accurate first time dose the pump and tubes require priming in order to purge out the air. This can be achieved by simultaneously pressing and holding down the up and down buttons on the dosing unit until all the air in the tube has been expelled.

Programming: If not supplied pre-programmed please refer to the Heatsavr Dosing Unit Programming Sheet for setting up the clock and adjusting the dosage rate and time.

Liquid Storage: Store in original container below 40ºC and above 50ºC in a separate place to other stored chemicals. Keep container tightly closed. Storage area should be under cover away from direct sunlight. Store away from sources of heat or ignition.

Health and Safety: Ensure that appropriate Health and Safety signs are displayed adjacent to the Heatsavr pump reservoir and the Heatsavr storage area. Ensure that all operators have copies of and read the Material Safety Data Sheet and Heatsavr Standard Operating and Handling Procedures.

Maintenance: Dosing set tube should be replaced annually. Check time and dosing rates periodically to ensure correct operation.

Pool Before The Addition Of Heatsavr

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Pool After The Addition Of Heatsavr

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The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is a reliable, accurate and convenient way to ensure Heatsavr is added to the pool on a regular daily basis. Each dosing unit is programmable to provide the optimum dose of Heatsavr and at a scheduled time most suitable for the pool concerned.

The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is recommended for surface area up to 100 m2.

Instructions : Automatic Dosing Is Highly Recommended

Apply daily: calculate the pools surface area (L x W). Add 38 ml per 50 sq metres / 0.8ml per sq metre every 24 hours for a skimmer pool. For a deck level pool add 1ml per sq metre every 24 hours.


Add slowly to the pool as you walk around the side, or use an automatic injection system.

Installation and Maintenance Instructions

If required, dosing units can be pre-programmed before dispatch.

For full programming details see operating manual.

Contents of Kit: Dosing unit with built in programmer, Wall mounting plate, raw plugs and screws for mounting plate, Stainless steel Injector (1/8” BSP) with in-built non return valve, Suction and delivery tubes, Operating Manual, Rubber bung with automatic air vent and 25 litre day tank with bund.

Standard commercial kit:
Suction line strainer end fitting.
Suction line weight

Optional low level alarm version:
Suction device with low level switch
Tools required: 11/32” Drill bit
1/8” BSP Tap

Injection point:The first thing to establish when installing a system is the location of the injector. This should be situated in the return pipe of the pool filtration system, downstream of the filter and heater (if possible) and at least 200 mm from any other chemical injection points.

BEFORE FITTING THE INJECTOR TURN OFF THE MAIN FILTRATION PUMP AND ISOLATE PIPEWORK IF POSSIBLE.
Drill the pool return pipe in the chosen location (ideally on a fitting where there is greater wall thickness).
Carefully tap the drilled hole and then screw in the injector using PTFE tape to ensure a good seal.

Dosing Unit:
This should be sited away from any other pool chemicals, away from foot traffic and as close as possible to the Heatsavr injection point.
Do not locate outdoors or close to open flames or electrical heating elements.
Mount on a firm vertical surface as shown in the operating manual.
Ideally maximum lift from base of Heatsavr reservoir to pump and/or injection point should not exceed 2 metres. The standard length of delivery tube supplied with the kit is 3 metres, although additional tube is available for longer runs. If particularly long runs or higher pump pressures are required then an alternative diaphragm pump may be more suitable.

Reservoir: For domestic and commercial pools with surface areas up to 100 m2 the 2 litre containers in which Heatsavr is supplied can also be used as the reservoir. This should be stood in a plastic bucket or similar to act as a bund. For pools above 100m2 a 25 litre day tank and bund is normally used.

Suction plumbing: Without low level alarm - Pass one end of the clear soft plastic tube supplied through the rubber bung and draw sufficient tube through so that it will reach the bottom of the tank. Feed the weight over the end of the tube and attach the strainer end fitting. If not already fitted fit the air release valve into the other hole in the rubber bung and fit the bung firmly into the top of the reservoir. Ensure that the valve is fitted the correct way round to allow air to enter the reservoir. Connect the other end of the soft clear plastic tube on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

With low level alarm: If not already fitted to the day tank, insert suction probe into the opening on the shoulder of the tank and secure rubber flange with the screws provided. Probe can be adjusted through flange until its end touches the bottom of the tank. The rubber “O” rings should be moved down the shaft of the probe to secure its position. Connect the end of the soft clear plastic tube from the suction probe on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

Delivery plumbing: Connect one end of an appropriate length of the opaque plastic tube to the connector on the delivery side of the pump and the other end to the connector on the injector.

Priming: To ensure an accurate first time dose the pump and tubes require priming in order to purge out the air. This can be achieved by simultaneously pressing and holding down the up and down buttons on the dosing unit until all the air in the tube has been expelled.

Programming: If not supplied pre-programmed please refer to the Heatsavr Dosing Unit Programming Sheet for setting up the clock and adjusting the dosage rate and time.

Liquid Storage: Store in original container below 40ºC and above 50ºC in a separate place to other stored chemicals. Keep container tightly closed. Storage area should be under cover away from direct sunlight. Store away from sources of heat or ignition.

Health and Safety: Ensure that appropriate Health and Safety signs are displayed adjacent to the Heatsavr pump reservoir and the Heatsavr storage area. Ensure that all operators have copies of and read the Material Safety Data Sheet and Heatsavr Standard Operating and Handling Procedures.

Maintenance: Dosing set tube should be replaced annually. Check time and dosing rates periodically to ensure correct operation.

Pool Before The Addition Of Heatsavr

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Pool After The Addition Of Heatsavr

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Overview

The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is a reliable, accurate and convenient way to ensure Heatsavr is added to the pool on a regular daily basis. Each dosing unit is programmable to provide the optimum dose of Heatsavr and at a scheduled time most suitable for the pool concerned.

The Heatsavr Standard Dosing Pump Kit is recommended for surface area up to 100 m2.

Instructions : Automatic Dosing Is Highly Recommended

Apply daily: calculate the pools surface area (L x W). Add 38 ml per 50 sq metres / 0.8ml per sq metre every 24 hours for a skimmer pool. For a deck level pool add 1ml per sq metre every 24 hours.


Add slowly to the pool as you walk around the side, or use an automatic injection system.

Installation and Maintenance Instructions

If required, dosing units can be pre-programmed before dispatch.

For full programming details see operating manual.

Contents of Kit: Dosing unit with built in programmer, Wall mounting plate, raw plugs and screws for mounting plate, Stainless steel Injector (1/8” BSP) with in-built non return valve, Suction and delivery tubes, Operating Manual, Rubber bung with automatic air vent and 25 litre day tank with bund.

Standard commercial kit:
Suction line strainer end fitting.
Suction line weight

Optional low level alarm version:
Suction device with low level switch
Tools required: 11/32” Drill bit
1/8” BSP Tap

Injection point:The first thing to establish when installing a system is the location of the injector. This should be situated in the return pipe of the pool filtration system, downstream of the filter and heater (if possible) and at least 200 mm from any other chemical injection points.

BEFORE FITTING THE INJECTOR TURN OFF THE MAIN FILTRATION PUMP AND ISOLATE PIPEWORK IF POSSIBLE.
Drill the pool return pipe in the chosen location (ideally on a fitting where there is greater wall thickness).
Carefully tap the drilled hole and then screw in the injector using PTFE tape to ensure a good seal.

Dosing Unit:
This should be sited away from any other pool chemicals, away from foot traffic and as close as possible to the Heatsavr injection point.
Do not locate outdoors or close to open flames or electrical heating elements.
Mount on a firm vertical surface as shown in the operating manual.
Ideally maximum lift from base of Heatsavr reservoir to pump and/or injection point should not exceed 2 metres. The standard length of delivery tube supplied with the kit is 3 metres, although additional tube is available for longer runs. If particularly long runs or higher pump pressures are required then an alternative diaphragm pump may be more suitable.

Reservoir: For domestic and commercial pools with surface areas up to 100 m2 the 2 litre containers in which Heatsavr is supplied can also be used as the reservoir. This should be stood in a plastic bucket or similar to act as a bund. For pools above 100m2 a 25 litre day tank and bund is normally used.

Suction plumbing: Without low level alarm - Pass one end of the clear soft plastic tube supplied through the rubber bung and draw sufficient tube through so that it will reach the bottom of the tank. Feed the weight over the end of the tube and attach the strainer end fitting. If not already fitted fit the air release valve into the other hole in the rubber bung and fit the bung firmly into the top of the reservoir. Ensure that the valve is fitted the correct way round to allow air to enter the reservoir. Connect the other end of the soft clear plastic tube on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

With low level alarm: If not already fitted to the day tank, insert suction probe into the opening on the shoulder of the tank and secure rubber flange with the screws provided. Probe can be adjusted through flange until its end touches the bottom of the tank. The rubber “O” rings should be moved down the shaft of the probe to secure its position. Connect the end of the soft clear plastic tube from the suction probe on to the suction side of the pump, cutting off any surplus to requirements.

Delivery plumbing: Connect one end of an appropriate length of the opaque plastic tube to the connector on the delivery side of the pump and the other end to the connector on the injector.

Priming: To ensure an accurate first time dose the pump and tubes require priming in order to purge out the air. This can be achieved by simultaneously pressing and holding down the up and down buttons on the dosing unit until all the air in the tube has been expelled.

Programming: If not supplied pre-programmed please refer to the Heatsavr Dosing Unit Programming Sheet for setting up the clock and adjusting the dosage rate and time.

Liquid Storage: Store in original container below 40ºC and above 50ºC in a separate place to other stored chemicals. Keep container tightly closed. Storage area should be under cover away from direct sunlight. Store away from sources of heat or ignition.

Health and Safety: Ensure that appropriate Health and Safety signs are displayed adjacent to the Heatsavr pump reservoir and the Heatsavr storage area. Ensure that all operators have copies of and read the Material Safety Data Sheet and Heatsavr Standard Operating and Handling Procedures.

Maintenance: Dosing set tube should be replaced annually. Check time and dosing rates periodically to ensure correct operation.

Pool Before The Addition Of Heatsavr

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Pool After The Addition Of Heatsavr

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