The installation of a small 3L pressure tank after the pump and PRESSCONTROL in the system is recommended,. This reduces the water hammer and pump start stop cycle, increasing the operating life for your ECOJET and reducing start up wear.
By decreasing the pump's start/stop cycling with a 3L expansion tank, this then helps to decrease the total power consumption significantly. The pressure tank should be pre-charged at a slightly lower value than the restart pressure calibration value of the PRESSCONTROL device. The PRESSCONTROL is calibrated at 1.5 bar (22PSI), pre-charge the pressure tank at approximately 1.2bar (18PSI).
|Motor speed||2900 RPM||2900 RPM||2900 RPM|
|Water Temp Range||0 - 50 DEG C||0 - 50 DEG C||0 - 50 DEG C|
|Ambient Temp||0 - 50 DEG C||0 - 50 DEG C||0 - 50 DEG C|
|Insulation||Class F||Class F||Class F|
|Inlet||1" (25mm)||1" (25mm)||1" (25mm)|
|Outlet||1" (25mm)||1" (25mm)||1" (25mm)|
|Max. Pressure||8 Bar / 116 PSI||8 Bar / 116 PSI||8 Bar / 116 PSI|
|Sound pressure level||61 dBA||61 dBA||61 dBA|
|Mechanical Seal||Carbon / Ceramic||Carbon / Ceramic||Carbon / Ceramic|
The instruction manual contains basic rules on safety which must be strictly adhered to, The installer and the operator must carefully read these instructions prior to installation and commissioning. Please observe all the safety directions not only under the main safety heading 'Safety' but each sub-headings also Non-observance of safety reference may cause bodily harm to persons or damage to the pumps.
The pump must operate in strict compliance with local water supply regulations. Before installation, be certain that the pump's power source is disconnected.
The installation location must be:
To ensure highest operational safety and reliability at lowest possible cost, the following routine checks are always recommended at 6 month intervals:
The 3L Pressure tank can be Mounted vertically or Horizontally
Feel free to contact us should you have any questions or need any further information.
We have a full range of Accessories to add to your water Pump including:
The Ecojet has a standard 2 year warranty, in the event of a warranty claim, please contact our local distributor and submit claim with proof of purchase. CEG will repair potential failures of an Ecojet within the warranty period free of Charge, provided the the failure is due to faulty material or manufacturing defects. Damage as a result of failing to comply with instructions in the Installation and Operating instructions manual will void warranty, It is the operator's responsibility to take all preventative measures (e.g. provision of alarm systems, standby pump etc.). To avoid consequential damages such as flooding due to pump failure. In the unlikely event that a problem should occur all products must be returned to base at customers cost, CEG will either repair the product or replace at their discretion.
When transported and stored, the pump must not be subjected to temperatures out side the limits of 0 - 50℃. Pump must be stored in a dry, sheltered place.
To ensure highest operational safety and reliability at lowest possible cost, we recommend routine checks are conducted at 6 month intervals. See the maintenance section under the instructions tab.
CEG is dedicated to a recovery and recycle service which simplifies the disposal process for end users at the completion of a product life, minimizing it environmental footprint wherever possible and is continuously searching for improved ways to operate. All ECOJET packaging material can be recycled, so we encourage you to do so responsibly. Old pumps contain material that can be recycled, please arrange for the correct recycling of your old pumps.
Water hammer is a pressure surge or wave caused when a fluid in motion is forced to stop or change direction suddenly. Water hammer commonly occurs when a valve closes suddenly at an end of a pipeline system, and a pressure wave propagates in the pipe. The pressure wave can cause major problems, from noise and vibration to pump failure, with the installation of a pressure tank, the effects of the water hammer pulses can be removed.
|Pump does not run||Interruption of the power supply||Check power supply|
|Short circuit or an insulation fault in the motor coil||Call and expert to check the pump unit|
|Pump runs, but little or no delivery||Pump or pipes are blocked due to foreign matters||Check all filters/check valve for foreign matters|
|Lack of supply water||Ensure all taps are turned on|
|Primed incorrectly||Repeat priming procedure (refer to installation manual/instructions) to remove an air from the system|
|Air in suction pipes||Check the tightness of the whole pipe up until the pump and tighten it|
|Motor overheats||Low voltage||Ensure power supply is not running on an extended cable exceeding 10m. Check voltage on terminals of the Motor, it should be in +/-10% of 230V (this should be carried out only by qualified personnel)|
|Ambient temperature above +40°C or insufficient ventilation||Relocate pump to a cooler, better ventilated environment|
|The flow is too little||Length of pipe is excessive and diameter is too small||Decrease pipe length and increase pipe size|
|Excessive head||Decrease head on pump|
|Pump vibrates||Incorrectly mounted/fixed||Ensure pump is fastened to a solid surface b two mounting screws|
|Fuse blows or circuit breaker trips when pump starts||Pump Jammed.||Get pump serviced|
|Motor stator may be defective|
|Circuit leakage or insulation failure.|
|Fuse sizes or circuit breaker may be too small|
|Controller failure light||Loss of prime or no water in tank||Check pump is primed and water supply is sufficient|
|Electronic controller faulty, maybe damaged by power surge or spike||Replace controller|