AIR TRAPPED IN THE FILTER DUE TO IMPROPER INSTALLATION AND SYSTEM STARTUP COULD CAUSE VIOLENT RUPTURE OF THE FILTER HOUSING RESULTING IN SEVERE PERSONAL INJURY!
FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
- Do not remove Pressure Relief Valve Assembly
- Before installing filter or replacing element, ensure nozzles are misting, there are no kinks or blocks in the nozzle circuit and the pump pressure does not exceed 250 psi.
- Fill filter housing completely with water.
- If necessary, adjust pump pressure to a maximum of 250 psi.
Time: 5 minutes
- Phillips screwdriver
- Flathead screwdriver (to adjust pump pressure)
Gen 1.3 55 Gal Kit – (PN #29013)
Gen 1.3 125 Gal Kit – (PN 29125)
Gen 3 Retrofit Kit – (PN #29030)
Gen 3 (New) Kit – (PN #29040)
1. Before installing filter or replacing element, ensure nozzles are misting, there are no kinks or blocks in nozzle circuit, and the PUMP PRESSURE DOES NOT EXCEED 250 PSI!
2. Mount filter head to bracket using 4 included screws.
If Gen 1.3, mount bracket (with attached filter) to gray ring on drum.
- Position bracket at angle to drum ring as shown.
- Press bracket onto ring with one hand while pushing filter toward drum with the other.
If Gen 3, mount bracket (with attached filter) to right wall of misting unit.
- Retrofit Gen 3 – hangs from sidewall and secured with set screw.
- New Gen 3 – mounts to right sidewall with screws.
3. Open filter housing and confirm O-ring is seated in groove at the top of housing.
If missing, flip over the filter head and look there.
4. Fill filter housing completely with water!
5. Position filter element in the center of the housing and screw filter housing onto filter head.
6. Direction of flow is important. Connect 1/4″ tubing from misting unit to the port on the pressure relieve valve and from “OUT” to the nozzle circuit.
- If Gen 1.3, leave enough slack tubing on both sides to be able to remove filter from drum and set it on the ground when you remove the drum lid for service.
- Remove any 1/4″ inline filters that may have been previously installed and verify that there are no kinks in tubing that could cause pressure buildup.
7. Execute a MIST and, if necessary, adjust pump pressure to a MAXIMUM OF 250 PSI!