Bottled Water Dispensing System – Single Bottle
Ideal to supply bottles of water to – Tea/Coffee machines, Refrigerator Dispense/Ice makers or to connect to your counter top faucet for kitchen/bar/ RV sink.
- Pumps water directly out of 3 and 5 gallon bottles.
- Standard 120 volt plug for standard electrical outlets.
How the System Works: The Bottled Water Dispensing System was designed to pump water from a commercially available 5-gallon water bottles. The system will deliver the water under pressure to a sink mounted individual drinking water faucet, or to the water inlet of a refrigerator for the icemaker and chilled drinking water tap. When the suction wand is inserted into the 5-gallon bottle, it will activate the float switch on the end of the wand and turn on the pump. The same float switch shuts off the system when the bottle is empty. The wand has a built in back flow prevention valve that prevents water in the system from flowing back into the bottle, or spilling while changing bottles. The heart of the system is the pump module that automatically adjusts the flow and pressure to fill an icemaker or dispense chilled water from a refrigerator door tap, and stops when the icemaker is full or the water valve is closed.
- Illuminated On/Off Switch Provides clear visibility in dark cabinets or hard to reach places
- Long Life Motor Ensures years of reliable operation.
- Diaphragm Pump Runs dry without damage, extending pump life
- Quick Disconnect Ports Allow for fast installation and replacement of suction and discharge tubing.
- Quiet Operation Equipped with noise dampening rubber feet to minimize noise pollution.
- Thermal Protection Prevents overheating, protecting the pump and control box from damage.
- Compact Size for Easy Mounting.
Includes: Pump Module with on/off Rocker Switch, 3.5 ft (1 M) Cord. Suction Wand and Hose Assembly. 20 feet (6.1m) of 1/4 inch Discharge Tube. Kit fittings (1/4″ compression nut and sleeve). Wall power transformer.
Optional: (bottles are not included), Optional Refrigerator Fitting, Optional Faucet, Optional Faucet “T” Fitting, Optional Faucet Fitting and Washer. If any of these optional items are required—we would prefer if you phone your order in, so we can discuss the installation
** info and specifications are subject to change with out notice.
Max Pressure 40 PSI (2.76 bar)
Dimensions 2.95”H x 5.12”W x 7.62”D (74.93 mm H x 130.05 mm W x 193.54 mm D)
Voltages 115 VAC, 230 VAC
Amp Draw 115 VAC, 0.4 amp max
230 VAC, 0.2 amp max
Cycles 50/60 Hz for AC models
Weight 4.5 lbs. (2.04 kg)
Bottled Water Dispensing System FOR HOME AND COMMERCIAL APPLIANCES
Bottled water dispensing system is ideal where portability is key
Pump quality water from commercial bottles to ensure better-tasting hot and cold beverages. The Bottled Water System is designed to work with coffee/tea makers, refrigerator ice and water dispensers, espresso carts and portable sinks or any use requiring portable potable water.
Designed for convenience. The pump automatically shuts off when the water source is depleted and restarts when water is restored. Its compact size supports easy mounting.
In coffee shops around the world, use this type of Bottled Water System, to deliver – quality water for more than two million cups of coffee a day
• Proven electric diaphragm pump technology ensures operational excellence, with more than seven million units in service
• Bottled Water Systems protect the environment by eliminating water filters from refrigerator dispensing systems, keeping more than 300,000 filters a year out of landfill.
System Will Not Dispense Water
- Check on/off switch position
- Check power to dispensing system
- Check location of suction wand in bottle
- Check for empty bottle
- Check for air in system
- If using tap, spring, mineral waters, make sure water intake is not filled with scale.
Discharge Tube Leaks At Fitting
• Push tube all the way into tube stop
• Remove tube and cut 1/4”off end, square and reinstall
• Check correct tube size in fitting, tube size is 1/4” O.D. Fitting should be 1/4” I.D.
System Will Not Shut-Off
• Check for leaks in tubing system
• Check for leaks at tube fittings
• Check for leaks at faucet, ice maker or refrigerator water valve
• Check pressure switch by turning faucet off and on
• Check float switch position in bottle
System Continually Turns Off and On While in Use
• Check for restriction devise at appliance inlet.
• Check for filter unit in line.
Make sure power plug is installed all the way.
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