Installing a ZetaCore

 

Installation Instructions


  1. Proper sizing is important for the efficient operation of the unit. (Consult your dealer for proper sizing)
  2. The ZetaCore unit must be grounded according to the earth grounding specifications included in these instructions.
  3. The ZetaCore must not be exposed to freezing. 
  4. When installing below ground level be sure that the ZetaCore unit does not come in contact with the surrounding soil. This could interfere with the earth grounding.
  5. The ZetaCore unit should not come in direct contact with any types of metal pipes or fittings. (i.e. brass, copper, galvanized steel, etc.). Use dielectric fittings if needed.
  6. When installing the 2” and smaller ZetaCore units it is recommended to use  unions (for copper use dielectric unions ) on both ends. This will facilitate an easy removal and replacement if the unit needs servicing.
  7. When installing the flanged 3” and larger ZetaCore units into any type of steel, copper or brass pipe or fittings, dielectric bolt & gasket kits must be used.
  8. The ZetaCore catalytic conditioner can be installed vertically or horizontally.
  9. It is recommended that a licensed professional install the ZetaCore unit.
  10. After installation a DC milli-voltage check must be preformed. This is done by attaching the black lead of the volt meter to the earth ground and the red lead of the volt meter to a ZetaCore lug. There should be no other wires connected to the ZetaCore during this test. The DC voltage reading needs to be a minimum of 300 milli-volts. If the reading is lower than 300 milli-volts then consult your ZetaCore dealer about resolving this problem.


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Installation Instructions (pdf)

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Installation Diagram (pdf)

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Weights and Pressure Loss Info For 1/2 inch - 2 1/2 Inch ZetaCores (pdf)

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Weights and Pressure Loss Info For 3 inch - 6 inch ZetaCores (pdf)

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