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Assembly Instructions and Diagrams

Parts Checklist:

1 front panel (with door attached)
1 back panel (with timber)
2 identical side panels
1 lid
1 lid rod

Hardware Checklist:

1 lid hatch and 2 securing screws
2 hexhead bolts, nuts and washers for securing lid
10 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides
2 woodscrews for securing base of box to footing or slab
5 plastic spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint.

Important:

Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps
All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

Assembly Detail

1. Stand by rear panel on the footing at the rear of the filter. The timber mounting board should be located at the top of this panel or slab.

2. Slide on side panel into the female fold of the rear panel and secure using roundhead bolts and nuts. Repeat process with other side panel.

3. Fit the front panel (with door knobs at top) in the same method as the rear panel

4. You may note that the fit of the sides into the front and back panels is “sloppy” on two corners of the box, the rubber spacers should be employed on these corners. Slide one thickness of rubber between the foam and the metal on the inside fold of the side panel with the other side of the spacer outside to fill the void between the side, front and back panels. Use spacers on each “sloppy” corner and locate them above the screw holes.

5. Place the lid on the top of the box and line up the 10 mm hinge pivot holes with the 10 mm holes on the side of the box. Secure one side using hexhead bolts, nuts and washers provided. Repeat the process on the other side. The rear of the Lid should now sit 25 mm above the top of the box in order to assist ventilation.

6. The box can be secured to the footing (or slab) using the 2 woodscrews provided. Remove the front door and insert the screw through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panel/s.

7. Fit the lid to the underside front of lid using the woodscrew provided.

8. Electrics can now be attached to the timber board inside the rear panel.

Parts Checklist:

1 large front panel (with door attached)
1 large back panel (with timber)
2 identical side panels
1 large lid
1 small lid
1 small back panel
1 small front panel
1 centre brace
2 lid rods
2 folded steel strengthening channels
1 punched strengthening angle
1 cut-out top strengthening channel

Hardware Checklist:

16 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides to front and back
2 hexhead bolts, nuts and washers for securing lid
1 rubber spacer for large lid hexbolt
5 rubber spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint (all standard colours)
13 wood screws
1 lid latch

Important:

Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps

All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

ASSEMBLY DETAIL

A + XB models can be installed with the small “blank” panel on the left or the right hand side of the large front panel. Normally the door panel should be installed on the same side as the pump with the “blank” panel on the Filter side. The large back panel can only be installed directly behind the large front panel and the small back panel must be installed behind the small front. Having determined which side of the equipment the door is to be positioned you can now proceed.

1. Stand the rear panel behind the filter and attach and small back panel, securing both with roundhead nuts and bolts. (Note that one folded corner will fit inside the other). Fit the “U” shaped 400 mm long strengthening channel with legs upwards into the bottom fold of the 2 back panels. Moderate pressure is required to ensure a good fit.

2. Slide the side panels into the fold of the back panels and secure with roundhead nuts and bolts. One corner of the back will be a “loose-fit”, use two rubber spacer to fill the void between the side and back panel.

3. Fit two large front panels exactly as per back panel. Fit the small front panel as per small back panel. If the small front panel does not fit turn it “upside-down” and it will fit.

4. Fit the front strengthening channel to the bottom front and fit the “cut out” front top channel legs upwards, exactly as per back panel. Fit the remaining spacers on the “loose fit” front corner as per back corner.

5. The strengthening angles bridges the two timber plates located on the top of the rear panels. Place the angel on the top of the timber plate with the punched holes facing forward. Ensure that the single hole on the top of the angle is centred in the middle of the fold recess. Use 6 of the woodscrews provided to fix the angle to the timber plates.

6. The centre brace is fitted inside the box and bridges the front and rear panels where they join between the two lids. Attach to the front of the box using the nut and bolt provided and attach the back to the top of the strengthening angle using the self-tapping screws provided.

7. Place both lids on the top of the box. The “Wings” of the lids should overhang both sides of the side panels and rest inside the slot of the join of the back panels at the rear.

8. Insert the hexhead bolts (with washers on the outside) through the “Wings” to secure the lids to the rear corner. Important: Only tighten these bolts 1 and 2 thread turns. Insert the middle centre bolt (this can be done from inside the box if access is limited at the rear). The lids will now be sitting up to 25 mm from the top of the rear panels to provide ventilation. Use the long (65 mm hex-nut) on the outside edge of the large lid with the rubber spacer placed between the inside lid wing and the side panel.

9. Examine the alignment of the lids at the front of the box to ensure that the box is “square” and if not, pull the box into square. The lids should be flush when the box is square. All nuts and bolts can now be tightened.

10. The box can now be secured to the footing (or slab) using the Woodscrews provided. Remove the front doors and insert the screws through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panels.

11. Attach the lid latch to the underside of the large front lid using the self-tapping screws provided.

FINALLY

Ensure there is no gap at the base of the box as this can allow noise to escape. Fill any large gaps with Silicone Sealant.

Parts Checklist:

2 identical front panels (with door attached)
2 identical back panels (with timber)
2 identical lids
1 centre brace
1 punched strengthening angle
2 folded strengthening channels
2 lid rods
1 cut-out strengthening channel

Hardware Checklist:

16 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides to front and back
2 x 65 mm hexhead bolts and 1 x 50 mm bolts and nuts
2 rubber spacers for 65 mm hex bolts
5 rubber spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint (all standard colours)
13 wood screws
1 lid latch Important:
Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps
All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

ASSEMBLY DETAIL

1. Stand the rear panel behind the filter and attach and small back panel, securing both with roundhead nuts and bolts. (Note that one folded corner will fit inside the other). Fit the “U” shaped 400 mm long strengthening channel with legs upwards into the bottom fold of the 2 back panels. Moderate pressure is required to ensure a good fit.

2. Slide the side panels into the fold of the back panels and secure with roundhead nuts and bolts. One corner of the back will be a “loose-fit”, use two rubber spacer to fill the void between the side and back panel.

3. Fit two large front panels exactly as per back panels.

4. Fit the front strengthening channel to the bottom front and fit the “cut out” front top channel legs upwards, exactly as per back panel. Fit the remaining spacers on the “loose fit” front corner as per back corner.

5. The strengthening angles bridges the two timber plates located on the top of the rear panels. Place the angel on the top of the timber plate with the punched holes facing forward. Ensure that the single hole on the top of the angle is centred in the middle of the fold recess. Use 6 of the woodscrews provided to fix the angle to the timber plates.

6. The centre brace is fitted inside the box and bridges the front and rear panels where they join between the two lids. Attach to the front of the box using the nut and bolt provided and attach the back to the top of the strengthening angle using the self-tapping screws provided.

7. Place both lids on the top of the box. The “Wings” of the lids should overhang both sides of the side panels and rest inside the slot of the join of the back panels, at the rear.

8. Insert the 65 mm hexhead bolts (with washers on the outside) through the “Wings” to secure the lids to the rear corner. Important: Only tighten these bolts one to two threads turns. Insert the middle 50 mm centre bolt (this can be done from inside the box if access is limited at the rear). The lids will now be sitting up 25 mm from the top of the rea panels to provide ventilation. Use the long (65 mm hex-nut) or, the outside edge of the large lid with the rubber spacer placed between the inside lid wing and the side panel.

9. Examine the alignment of the lids at the front of the box to ensure that the box is “square” and if not, pull the box into square. The lids should be flush fit when the box is square. All nuts and bolts can now be tightened.

10. The box can now be secured to the footing (or slab) using the woodscrews provided. Remove the front doors and insert the screws through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panels.

FINALLY

Ensure there is no gap at the base of the box as this can allow noise to escape. Fill any large gaps with Silicone Sealant.

Model A - Assembly Instructions

Parts Checklist:

1 front panel (with door attached)
1 back panel (with timber)
2 identical side panels
1 lid
1 lid rod

Hardware Checklist:

1 lid hatch and 2 securing screws
2 hexhead bolts, nuts and washers for securing lid
10 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides
2 woodscrews for securing base of box to footing or slab
5 plastic spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint.

Important:

Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps
All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

Assembly Detail

1. Stand by rear panel on the footing at the rear of the filter. The timber mounting board should be located at the top of this panel or slab.

2. Slide on side panel into the female fold of the rear panel and secure using roundhead bolts and nuts. Repeat process with other side panel.

3. Fit the front panel (with door knobs at top) in the same method as the rear panel

4. You may note that the fit of the sides into the front and back panels is “sloppy” on two corners of the box, the rubber spacers should be employed on these corners. Slide one thickness of rubber between the foam and the metal on the inside fold of the side panel with the other side of the spacer outside to fill the void between the side, front and back panels. Use spacers on each “sloppy” corner and locate them above the screw holes.

5. Place the lid on the top of the box and line up the 10 mm hinge pivot holes with the 10 mm holes on the side of the box. Secure one side using hexhead bolts, nuts and washers provided. Repeat the process on the other side. The rear of the Lid should now sit 25 mm above the top of the box in order to assist ventilation.

6. The box can be secured to the footing (or slab) using the 2 woodscrews provided. Remove the front door and insert the screw through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panel/s.

7. Fit the lid to the underside front of lid using the woodscrew provided.

8. Electrics can now be attached to the timber board inside the rear panel.

Model A + XB - Assembly Instructions

Parts Checklist:

1 large front panel (with door attached)
1 large back panel (with timber)
2 identical side panels
1 large lid
1 small lid
1 small back panel
1 small front panel
1 centre brace
2 lid rods
2 folded steel strengthening channels
1 punched strengthening angle
1 cut-out top strengthening channel

Hardware Checklist:

16 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides to front and back
2 hexhead bolts, nuts and washers for securing lid
1 rubber spacer for large lid hexbolt
5 rubber spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint (all standard colours)
13 wood screws
1 lid latch

Important:

Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps

All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

ASSEMBLY DETAIL

A + XB models can be installed with the small “blank” panel on the left or the right hand side of the large front panel. Normally the door panel should be installed on the same side as the pump with the “blank” panel on the Filter side. The large back panel can only be installed directly behind the large front panel and the small back panel must be installed behind the small front. Having determined which side of the equipment the door is to be positioned you can now proceed.

1. Stand the rear panel behind the filter and attach and small back panel, securing both with roundhead nuts and bolts. (Note that one folded corner will fit inside the other). Fit the “U” shaped 400 mm long strengthening channel with legs upwards into the bottom fold of the 2 back panels. Moderate pressure is required to ensure a good fit.

2. Slide the side panels into the fold of the back panels and secure with roundhead nuts and bolts. One corner of the back will be a “loose-fit”, use two rubber spacer to fill the void between the side and back panel.

3. Fit two large front panels exactly as per back panel. Fit the small front panel as per small back panel. If the small front panel does not fit turn it “upside-down” and it will fit.

4. Fit the front strengthening channel to the bottom front and fit the “cut out” front top channel legs upwards, exactly as per back panel. Fit the remaining spacers on the “loose fit” front corner as per back corner.

5. The strengthening angles bridges the two timber plates located on the top of the rear panels. Place the angel on the top of the timber plate with the punched holes facing forward. Ensure that the single hole on the top of the angle is centred in the middle of the fold recess. Use 6 of the woodscrews provided to fix the angle to the timber plates.

6. The centre brace is fitted inside the box and bridges the front and rear panels where they join between the two lids. Attach to the front of the box using the nut and bolt provided and attach the back to the top of the strengthening angle using the self-tapping screws provided.

7. Place both lids on the top of the box. The “Wings” of the lids should overhang both sides of the side panels and rest inside the slot of the join of the back panels at the rear.

8. Insert the hexhead bolts (with washers on the outside) through the “Wings” to secure the lids to the rear corner. Important: Only tighten these bolts 1 and 2 thread turns. Insert the middle centre bolt (this can be done from inside the box if access is limited at the rear). The lids will now be sitting up to 25 mm from the top of the rear panels to provide ventilation. Use the long (65 mm hex-nut) on the outside edge of the large lid with the rubber spacer placed between the inside lid wing and the side panel.

9. Examine the alignment of the lids at the front of the box to ensure that the box is “square” and if not, pull the box into square. The lids should be flush when the box is square. All nuts and bolts can now be tightened.

10. The box can now be secured to the footing (or slab) using the Woodscrews provided. Remove the front doors and insert the screws through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panels.

11. Attach the lid latch to the underside of the large front lid using the self-tapping screws provided.

FINALLY

Ensure there is no gap at the base of the box as this can allow noise to escape. Fill any large gaps with Silicone Sealant.

Model A + XC Assembly Instructions

Parts Checklist:

2 identical front panels (with door attached)
2 identical back panels (with timber)
2 identical lids
1 centre brace
1 punched strengthening angle
2 folded strengthening channels
2 lid rods
1 cut-out strengthening channel

Hardware Checklist:

16 roundhead bolts and nuts for securing sides to front and back
2 x 65 mm hexhead bolts and 1 x 50 mm bolts and nuts
2 rubber spacers for 65 mm hex bolts
5 rubber spacers for packing loose-fit sides
Touch-up paint (all standard colours)
13 wood screws
1 lid latch Important:
Do not allow the box to obstruct airflows to pumps
All nuts and bolts should be “finger tightened” only until the box is assembled, then “Spanner Tightened”.

ASSEMBLY DETAIL

1. Stand the rear panel behind the filter and attach and small back panel, securing both with roundhead nuts and bolts. (Note that one folded corner will fit inside the other). Fit the “U” shaped 400 mm long strengthening channel with legs upwards into the bottom fold of the 2 back panels. Moderate pressure is required to ensure a good fit.

2. Slide the side panels into the fold of the back panels and secure with roundhead nuts and bolts. One corner of the back will be a “loose-fit”, use two rubber spacer to fill the void between the side and back panel.

3. Fit two large front panels exactly as per back panels.

4. Fit the front strengthening channel to the bottom front and fit the “cut out” front top channel legs upwards, exactly as per back panel. Fit the remaining spacers on the “loose fit” front corner as per back corner.

5. The strengthening angles bridges the two timber plates located on the top of the rear panels. Place the angel on the top of the timber plate with the punched holes facing forward. Ensure that the single hole on the top of the angle is centred in the middle of the fold recess. Use 6 of the woodscrews provided to fix the angle to the timber plates.

6. The centre brace is fitted inside the box and bridges the front and rear panels where they join between the two lids. Attach to the front of the box using the nut and bolt provided and attach the back to the top of the strengthening angle using the self-tapping screws provided.

7. Place both lids on the top of the box. The “Wings” of the lids should overhang both sides of the side panels and rest inside the slot of the join of the back panels, at the rear.

8. Insert the 65 mm hexhead bolts (with washers on the outside) through the “Wings” to secure the lids to the rear corner. Important: Only tighten these bolts one to two threads turns. Insert the middle 50 mm centre bolt (this can be done from inside the box if access is limited at the rear). The lids will now be sitting up 25 mm from the top of the rea panels to provide ventilation. Use the long (65 mm hex-nut) or, the outside edge of the large lid with the rubber spacer placed between the inside lid wing and the side panel.

9. Examine the alignment of the lids at the front of the box to ensure that the box is “square” and if not, pull the box into square. The lids should be flush fit when the box is square. All nuts and bolts can now be tightened.

10. The box can now be secured to the footing (or slab) using the woodscrews provided. Remove the front doors and insert the screws through the holes in the bottom fold of the front panels.

FINALLY

Ensure there is no gap at the base of the box as this can allow noise to escape. Fill any large gaps with Silicone Sealant.

Assembly Diagram - Model A
Assembly Diagram - Models A + XB and XC

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