Remove all packing, tape and material used to protect during shipment
FAILURE TO D0 SO COULD RESULT IN SEVERE OR POSSIBLE FATAL INJURY TO
acetylene or electric welders.
DO NOT install or operate this unit in an enclosed room unless adequate fresh air and exhaust ventila-
tion is available. This equipment requires intake air for proper combustion and may draw flammable
vapors into combustion chamber creating an extremely hazardous condition. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE OR POSSIBLE FATAL INJURY TO PERSONNEL.
Acid forming gases such as formed in trichlorethylene vapor degreasers will attack heating coils and
should be located away from the unit.
Check all fuel lines for loose connections and secure Fuel Tank Drain Plug, item 19, Fig. III.
Fill fuel tank with fuel as specified in paragraph 2.2.B. Open fuel valve at filter, if closed.
If unit is located inside a build-
Be sure unit is located and properly vented to protect structures.
the same size stack (10") I.D. Venting. Stack should be self-supporting with the exhaust opening
higher than nearby roofs, buildings or other obstructions which may cause a down draft. A down draft
diverter should be installed in the stack, should the stack create excessive draft. If the cleaner
is located in a warm room during freezing weather, the stack must have a damper to be closed when the
cleaner is not in operation and fully open while the unit is in operation.
D0 not restrict the stack size.
Consult your local inspector for ordinances in the event
a stack is required.
Protect unit from down drafts and excessive winds when operating the unit in the open.
Be sure unit is relatively level during operation and installed on a fireproof-type base.
Attach steam gun to one end of steam hose. Attach other end of steam hose to cleaner's steam outlet
Tighten both hose clamps after securing spuds to cleaner & gun.
Connect one end of a water supply hose to an ample water source and other end to cleaner's Inlet Water
Connector (Figure III,item 24). Turn hydrant valve fully on to insure full flow of water to float tank
or prime intake suction hose as per note below.
Connect cleaner's power cord to an adequately wired and grounded electrical source. Check serial
numbered nameplate for proper voltage requirement. Turn on safety reset Power Control switch, item 8.
When using Intake Suction Hose item 38, Figure IV, after attaching to Auxiliary Water Source
port Item l, and have inserted foot valved end into auxiliary water source, hose aid system may
be primed as follows. Remove Rear panel, item 36, and Front panel, item 14, open Water Supply
Tank Valve, item 35, and slowly pour water into Supply tank until a 3 to 4 inch level is main-
tained. Close Water Supply Tank Valve, item 35, reinstall front and rear panels and proceed
D0 NOT operate this equipment unless it is connected to a properly wired and GROUNDED electrical
source per local electrical codes.
Close Valves items 15, 20, 23, & 27. Open Valves items 18, & 35. Remove Cleaning Gun Nozzle (s)
item 28, 29, 30, or 31, and secure Cleaning Gun, item 32, to prevent whipping. Open Cleaning Gun
Valve, item 33, and turn on Pump Switch, item 6.
If water pump does not prime within 30 seconds shut off Pump Switch, item 6, and check for
cause. Water must be available to pump intake manifold.
It is advisable to initially prime
pump & system operating with a pressurized water source.