Power-Fill Operation(See Installation and Operation Manual for detailed instructions)
Power-Fill • Refill apparatus foam cell from ground level • Safer • Economical • Two models available • D.C. motor driven, on-board mounted • A.C. motor driven, portable Stay off the top
D.C. Power-Fill • Pump mounted on apparatus • 12 or 24 volt motor • Panel mounted push-button control • Pre-plumbed piping to foam cell
A.C. Power-Fill • Portable pump • 110 or 220 volt • Panel mounted indicator light • Rocker switch control in cord • Pre-plumbed piping to foam cell
Power-Fill D.C. Operation • Connect pickup hose and wand to the off-board pickup fitting on the panel • Place the wand end into the foam container
Power-Fill D.C. Operation • Turn the refill/flush valve counter-clockwise to the refill position stop • Press the “GREEN” button once. The light will flash on and off while the pump is in operation
Power-Fill D.C. Operation • When foam tank is full, “GREEN” light will illuminate solid and the pump will stop • If the foam source runs out of fluid before the tank is full, press the “GREEN” button again to stop • Automatic “no flow” shut off feature. If no flow detected, flow switch shuts off pump automatically • Place wand in fresh container of foam and restart the operation by pressing the “GREEN” button. • Extended dry run will damage pump • When the foam level drops in the foam tank, the “GREEN” light will go out
Power-Fill D.C. Manual Operation • Press and hold RED button to run pump • Button will illuminate solid red while pump is running • Solid GREEN light indicates full tank • Release RED button. (Note: When operating manually, the pump will not shut off automatically when tank is full)
Power-Fill D.C. Flush Operation • Turn the refill/flush valve clockwise to flush position stop • Place pickup wand in container of fresh water • Place empty container under flush drain line
Power-Fill D.C. Flush Operation • Depress and hold RED button until discharge fluid is clear • Release RED button • Drain Power-Fill lines after flush to prevent freezing and/or foam contamination
A.C. Power-Fill Refill System • Portable foam pump/motor assembly and a visual interface typically mounted on the apparatus panel • Manually switched on and off with a momentary switch mounted in the power cord • When the tank is full, indicator light on the panel illuminates • Apparatus kits available to plumb other apparatus.
Power-Fill Refill System • Both systems include: • Panel placard • Cam lock fittings for external connection • Foam pump/motor assembly • Suction wand with 6 feet of 1" ID hose • Side-mount level indicator switch
Power-Fill A.C. Operating Instructions • By following the steps listed, the AC powered portable Power-Fill system can be easily operated. 1. Connect refill hose from pump discharge to the outboard pickup fitting on the panel. 2. Place the wand end of the pump suction hose into the foam container. 3. Plug the electrical cord with GFI into a standard 120 VAC outlet.
Power-Fill A.C. Operating Instructions 4. Depress rocker switch on power cord. This will run the foam refill pump. 5. When tank is full, the “GREEN” light on the panel will illuminate. 6. Release the rocker switch and the switch will turn off the foam refill pump.
Power-Fill A.C. Operating Instructions • Flush Operation 1. Place wand in container of fresh water. 2. Place end of pump discharge hose in empty container. 3. Run refill pump by depressing rocker switch, until discharged fluid is clear.
Power-Fill A.C. Operating Instructions 4. Release rocker switch. 5. Drain Power-Fill lines after each flush to prevent freezing and/or contamination of foam. 6. Unplug power cord from receptacle and store unit.
Power-Fill Refill SystemTroubleshooting • Most electrical system problems can be traced to faulty wiring • Follow the diagrams in the I/O manuals and carefully check all connections • Make sure proper power is being supplied and ground connections are clean and solid • Excessive electrical interference or momentary low voltage on the power lines can cause erratic operation • Troubleshooting guide provides quick diagnosis of problem and corrective action