The new FLEX-LOCK II™ Dilution System from National Chemical Laboratories offers you all of the “no chemical contact” advantages of our Twin Power™ Dispensing System in a lockable unit for added security. Fills both bucket and spray and wipe application products from the Same SKU, saving valuable inventory space!Code: 4150Packaging: Each 13 lb.
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1. Find suitable place close to water source for unit. Remove dispenser cover by first pulling to remove the knob from the FL2 valve, then depressing the button on the top of the dispenser and pull the cover toward and off. Do not mount dispenser more than 6 feet (1.8 meters) above the bottom of the concentrate container, nor below the highest concentrate level (never mount your concentrate higher than the proportioner).
2. Remove mounting rail from the back of the dispenser by rotating the black lock bars, located on the inside back of dispenser, rotate toward the outside of the dispenser.
3. Hold mounting rail level against wall and mark (2) mounting holes. Drill 9/32" hole and install anchors in wall. Secure mounting rail to wall with screws provided.
NOTE: Distance from top of mounting rail to top of dispenser is 2.5". If mounting dispenser under cabinet or shelf be sure to leave clearance to access button at the top of the dispenser for removal of cover.
4a. Place the dispenser over the mounting rail aligning the bosses around the mounting screws with the large holes in the dispenser back. Rotate the locking tabs toward the center of the dispenser to secure the dispenser to the wall.
NOTE: IT IS REQUIRED THAT A SAFETY SCREW BE INSTALLED.
4b. Mark the wall using one of the lower holes in the back of the dispenser. Remove the dispenser from the mounting rail by rotating locking tabs toward the outside of the dispenser then lifting the dispenser off of the mounting rail. Drill 9/32" hole and install anchor. Reattach the dispenser to the mounting rail (see #4). Install security screw through the back of the dispenser into anchor in the wall.
5. Attach a reducing check valve to each of the hose barb with arrow pointing toward the dispenser. A tip with no hole (clear plastic) can be used to block any valve port being used. (This may be used for dispensing water only).
6. Cut supply tubing provided into separate supply tubes for each product to be dispensed. Supply tubes should reach from the reducing check valve to the top of the concentrate container.
7. Slip end of supply tube, closest to check valve, through an opening in either side of the cabinet and push over the correct hose barb/metering tip on the Twin Feeder Cap. (Repeat for all eductors)
8. Connect water supply hose of at least 3/8"ID to water inlet swivel. (Minimum 25 PSI pressure, with water running, is required for proper operation.) Connect opposite end of hose to water supply. Turn water supply on. Replace dispenser cover. Hook two bottom latches, and swing up to snap over button on the top of dispenser. Reinstall knob for FL2 by pushing knob firmly onto stem.
9. A short discharge tube is used with the 1GPM eductor; minimum tube length is 8 inches (20cm) for proper operation. Longer tubes (6 feet) are used with a 3.5 GPM eductor. Do not remove the fl ooding rings from inside the tubes. Slide end of tube with flooding ring over eductor discharge outlet. (Repeat for all discharge outlets.) Hooks may be installed on longer tubes to allow discharge tube to conveniently hang from dispenser when not in use.
10. To operate button fill units, depress button to dispense product, release button to stop flow.
IF YOU WISH TO BE ABLE TO LOCK THE BUTTON IN THE "ON" POSITION: Depress button and slide button lock up, TO UNLOCK, DEPRESS BUTTON
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