SIP POU cooler Installation Guide. Getting Started. The SIP 2000 can be easily installed in most POU coolers in just a few minutes. The tools needed are a drill, a 3/16” and a ¼” drill bit, a screw driver or nut driver to remove the cabinet screws, and a small pair of diagonal cutting pliers.
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The SIP 2000 can be easily installed in most POU coolers in just a few minutes.
The tools needed are a drill, a 3/16” and a ¼” drill bit, a screw driver or nut driver to remove the cabinet screws, and a small pair of diagonal cutting pliers.
The SIP 2000 comes packaged like this.
And inside you will find the SIP 2000 and everything needed for a professional installation.
Air Filter Air diffuser Air Hose Insulation Foam Down Tube Main Unit
Test Button and Harness Air Pump Cooler Patch Cord Power CordExternal Indicator Light
Zip Ties Spare Fuse
Note: not all parts are used in many installations and included parts may vary in appearance.
In order to install the external indicator light
the cabinet must be removed
After removing the cabinet locate
where you want to install the
service light. We are going to
install our light in the front, top,
center of the cabinet
Drill a 3/16” hole where the
External indicator light will
Be sure to remove any burrs from the hole.
External Indicator Light Installation
Make sure the light is firmly inserted and protrudes from the front of the cabinet
The installed light should look like this
The external indicator light goes here
Now replace the cabinet. Be careful not to pinch the external indicator light wire.
Most POU coolers have an in-reservoir float system that is covered with a bonnet like this model.
Careful thought must be given to the placement of the downrod. The downrod must not interfere with the float action and must fit under the bonnet. Additionally the baffle may need to be notched in order to accommodate the downrod reaching the bottom of the reservoir.
Our placement will be at the
back of the float plate.
Be certain that the Downrod will not interfere with float.
The manufacturer has already notched the baffle for us.
Drill a 3/16” hole and remove any burrs that the drill left behind.
Locate the spot where the downrod will enter the reservoir.
Make sure the silicone grommet is fully inserted into the hole.
Insert silicone grommet from the top of the float plate into the new hole.
Push Downrod 90° elbow meets Grommet
Insert Downrod through Grommet
The completed Downrod should look like this
Attach Air Diffuser to Downrod using a 1” section of Tubing.
Install finished assembly into reservoir making sure to line up Downrod in baffle
Downrod may need to be adjusted up or down in order to position air diffuser near bottom of reservoir.
The check valve must be installed with the air flow pointing away from the main unit and toward the reservoir.
Cut a 5” section of hose and attach it to downrod as shown.
Attach other end of downrod hose to the top of the check valve
Attach the remaining long section of hose to the bottom of the check valve.
The air filter can be placed in-line between the air pump and the SIP unit or it can be positioned in-line between the SIP unit and the check valve . (servicing convenience would determine location)
Now it’s time to mount the Main Control Box. Us the supplied zip ties to secure unit to the condenser. Remember to leave access to other cooler components such as the hot tank on / off switch and the cold thermostat.
Attach the loose hose from the check valve to the top outlet of the Main Control Box.
Attach hose from Air Pump outlet to bottom inlet of Main Control Box.
Mount Air Pump above or below the Main Control Box using zip ties provided.
Air filter can be located in-line between air pump and Main Control Box
Use this diagram to connect all cords and plugs
Use remaining zip ties to secure hoses and cords.
One last check to make sure everything is properly connected.
Now is a good time to use the test button to make sure all components are operational.
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72070 Hwy 1077
Covington, LA 70433-0851