MODEL 400 CHEMICAL FEEDER
Instructions - Page 1

Chlorine setting in P.P.M. for center tube and cap

Hole #1 = 2 P.P.M. Hole #2 = 8 P.P.M. Hole #3 = 30 P.P.M.
Hole #A = 3.5 P.P.M. Hole #B = 13 P.P.M. Hole #C = 40 P.P.M.

All holes closed will deliver 60 P.P.M. per pump cycle.

This chart is for a 42 gallon or equivalent pressure tank. When using an 80 gallon pressure tank, the P.P.M. amount will be 50% less per pump cycle. A 20 gallon pressure tank will yield 2 times the amount.

Each number or letter will show a different hole in the cap. Line up the 3 holes in the cap with the proper number or letter directly under it (as per figure 1). The hole in the tube should show in the center of the hole in the cap.

UNITS MUST BE INSTALLED AFTER PRESSURE TANK

Install PVC check valve BEFORE the feeder if water is used after pressure tank and before feeder inlet.

USE CAUTION WHEN DRAINING CHLORINE:
Chlorine can bleach clothes and may burn eyes and skin. See manufacturer details for proper handling.

When removing center tube for cleaning, check hole setting in cap. After cleaning, be sure the setting is the same before replacing the cap.

Center tube MUST BE REMOVED AND CLEANED or replaced with the extra center tube and cap each time before refilling.

REMOVE CHEMICAL FROM "FEEDER" WHEN NOT BEING USED!


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