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Industrial2017-12-29T23:58:51+00:00

Putting

Customized

Water to

Work

Industrial and Municiple Applications

Increases industrial efficiency, life of systems and water safety in municipal applications by controlling bacteria, parasites, etc.

Applications: Boilers, Cooling Towers, Heat Exchangers, Scale Removal, Marine, Parks & Fields, Water Treatment Plants, Tile Drain Water, Processing Plants

Industrial Benefits

  • Removes scale in pipes, pumps and valves

  • Prevents scale build up in pipes, pumps and valves

  • Reduces Existing Scale build up

  • Reduces Harmful Bacteria

  • Water remains Healthful

Industrial Application

Installing Your ESP

Before you install your Energy System Plus, you need to keep three things in mind:

  1. You must not have any items (phone lines, appliances, etc.) Grounded to the water lines.
    This tends to cause A/C leakage or current in the water. A/C leakage will neutralize all of the energy that the E.S.P. unit produces.
  2. If the plumbing has dissimilar metal pipes, you must install a di-electric union were these pipes unite.
    This will cut any stray voltage that may be flowing in the lines.
  3. If you suspect that there are spikes in the power supply or inconsistent voltage, a line regulator (voltage stabilizer) should be used.
    The E.S.P. unit is designed to work off of 110 volts. However, the unit only uses approximately 0.75 watts per day (per box). If the power supply is under 110 volts or over 120 volts, the unit will not put out the energy that it is designed to put out. Needless to say, the unit will not work.

INSTALLATION DO’S

  1. Install cutoff valve on incoming water
  2. Water may flow in either direction
  3. Unit may mount in any position in main water supply line
  4. Protect from freezing
  5. Install unit on COLD water lines only (33°F to 118°F)
  6. Use gasket of neoprene or asbestos for the flanged unit
  7. Nuts and bolts must be used with washers and locknuts (not provided)
  8. Connect E.S.P. unit to CORRECT power source such as 110 volt – 24 volt – 12 volt
  9. Keep in mind that the signal light will glow according to water flow: the brighter, the greater the water flow. If the lights flicker, it is OK. However, if they turn completely off and on, then call us.

INSTALLATION DON’TS

  1. Do not apply torque or use wrenches on P.V.C. section of the unit body
  2. Do not allow hot water to flow through unit over 118°F unless C.P.V.C. Unit
  3. Do not expose to ultraviolet rays
  4. Do not tighten flange bolts unevenly
  5. Do not overtighten fittings
  6. Do not plug the unit into or attach to improper voltage or type of electrical connection (such as using a 24 volt unit on a 110 volt line)
  7. Do not heat pipe or conduct any soldering of joints while connected to either end of the unit.