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2 or 3 Compartment Sink Installation/ Plumbing
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Auto-Dilution Installation Requirements
- 2 or 3 Comp Sink
- We have potentially 2 concerns at a Food Service site when it comes to installing an auto-dilution unit.
- Can the faucet actually be adapted? Is there a Spray Arm or does the faucet have a fitting at the base of the faucet arm to attach it to the tap set?
- If the faucet can be modified, what size adaptor is required (T&S, Chicago or Fisher)?
- There are 4 potential situations you may encounter when determining if/ how to proceed with an auto dilution installation.
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can the faucet be adapted?
- If the current faucet is commercial grade (Fig 1), it should have a fitting that would indicate the arm can be unscrewed from the tap set.
- If the faucet is a residential style, and there is no way of separating the arm and tap set, then the site cannot accommodate the new dilution unit and will require a new faucet (Fig 2)
Compatible (Fig 1)
Incompatible (Fig 2)
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Faucet - Compatible
- If the site does not have a faucet that is compatible with the add on faucet
- Take pictures of the faucet and sink
- Notify CCIS for direction
- If approved, proceed with mounting the dilution unit, racks, tubing, wall charts and MSDS binder.
- Provide detailed recap and recommendations for the Restaurant to make plumbing accommodations.
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Spray Arm - Compatible
- If the site has a spray arm installed:
- Remove the spray neck
- Insert brass T-Connector to connect the water supply hose to the dispenser
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Commercial Faucet - Compatible
- If the site does not have a spray arm, but does have a faucet that can accommodate the adaptor:
- Remove the faucet arm
- Determine what size adaptor is required (Fig 1- T&S, Chicago or Fisher) to attach the ‘add on faucet’ (Fig 2) to the tap set.
- Install the Add On Faucet (included in the kit)
- Attach the new faucet arm to the add on faucet. (Fig 3)