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Pedestal Barrier Free Stone Fountain
To assure you install your 4595 Stone Fountain model easily and correctly,
PLEASE READ THESE SIMPLE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING THE
INSTALLATION. CHECK YOUR INSTALLATION FOR COMPLIANCE WITH
PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL, AND OTHER APPLICABLE CODES. After installation,
leave these instructions with the Fountain for future reference.
ALL SERVICE TO BE PERFORMED BY AN AUTHORIZED SERVICE PERSON
IMPORTANT! INSTALLER PLEASE NOTE.
THE GROUNDING OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT SUCH AS TELEPHONE, COMPUTERS, ETC. TO WATER LINES
IS A COMMON PROCEDURE. THIS GROUNDING MAY BE IN THE BUILDING OR MAY OCCUR AWAY FROM THE
BUILDING. THIS GROUNDING CAN CAUSE ELECTRICAL FEEDBACK INTO A FOUNTAIN, CREATING AN
ELECTROLYSIS WHICH CAUSES A METALLIC TASTE OR AN INCREASE IN THE METAL CONTENT OF THE
WATER. THIS CONDITION IS AVOIDABLE BY USING THE PROPER MATERIALS AS INDICATED. ANY DRAIN
FITTINGS PROVIDED BY THE INSTALLER SHOULD BE MADE OF PLASTIC TO ELECTRICALLY ISOLATE THE
FOUNTAIN FROM THE BUILDING PLUMBING SYSTEM.
General Installation Tips
1. Water supply 3/8" O.D. unplated copper tube. Waste 1-1/4" IPS. Contractor to supply waste trap and service stop valve
in accordance with local code.
2. Connecting lines to be made of unplated copper and should be thoroughly flushed to remove all foreign matter before
being connected to fountain. This fountain is manufactured in such a manner that it does not in any way cause taste,
odor, color, or sediment problems.
3. Connect fountain to supply line with a shut-off valve and install a 3/8" unplated copper water line between the valve and
the cooler. Remove any burrs from outside of water line. Push the tubes straight into the fittings until they reach a
positive stop, approximately 3/4" (See Fig. 6). DO NOT SOLDER TUBES INSERTED INTO THE STRAINER AS
DAMAGE TO THE O-RINGS MAY RESULT.
4. These products are designed to operate on 20 psig to 105 psig supply line pressure. If inlet pressure is above 105 psig,
a pressure regulator must be installed in the supply line. Any damage caused by reason of connecting this product to
supply line pressures lower than 20 psig or higher than 105 psig is not covered by warranty.