10.0 Flush Mount Users Manual
READ AND SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
- Always unplug or disconnect the air cleaner from the power supply before servicing.
- To reduce the risk of electric shock or injury to persons, do not expose to water or rain; do not use in a window.
- Do not use this unit with any solid-state speed control device. (Unit has High/Low/Off Button).
- Each 10.0 Flush Mount unit is equipped with two (2) eye-bolts, two (2) eye-lags and industrial hanging wire for easy installation.
- The 10.0 Flush Mount has a 10' power cord and a 3-prong grounded plug. Electrical: 120 volts; 4.2 amps.
- Each unit includes a years supply of filters, which consists of twelve (12) Pre-Filters, six (6) Activated Carbon Filters and one (1) Galvanized H.E.P.A. Filter.
The Manufacturer recommends installation be performed by a licensed contractor, licensed electrician or equivalent.
Step 1. Remove the system from the shipping container. Open service door, remove Pre-Filter and Carbon Filter. Replace Carbon Filter, Pre-Filter (white out) and close service door. Remove the adjustable louver door from inside the system. After you have removed the adjustable louver door, remove the 2" piece of weather strip (discard) and the H.E.P.A. bar and then slip out the H.E.P.A. Filter. The H.E.P.A. Filter is a pleated media surface in a metal frame. Removing the H.E.P.A. Filter will make the system lighter for installation purposes. Replace H.E.P.A. Filter and H.E.P.A. bar after unit is installed. Make sure the H.E.P.A. Filter and H.E.P.A. bar are in tightly.
Step 2. On either side of the system there are two (2) mounting holes where the eye-bolts are inserted. It is easiest to screw the eye-bolts into these mounting holes before mounting into the ceiling. If the area above the drop ceiling is tight for space, then you may need to put the eye-bolts in the mounting holes after you have the system into the drop ceiling.
Step 3. Remove the ceiling tiles(s). The system will fit into either one - 2x4 or two- 2x2 tiles.
Step 4. A system being installed into a drop ceiling that has joists, steel girders or exposed beams above can be hung without the eye-lags, (see Step 5). At least one eye-lag will be needed if your system is being installed into a ceiling that is solid above, (see Step 6).
Step 5. Locate either a joist, girder or beam that is directly above the tile where your system will be installed. After you have located a joist, girder or beam, drape the industrial hanging wire over the apparatus so that either side is evenly dispersed. Line up the eye-bolts with the hanging wire so they are vertical. Thread one end of the hanging wire through one of the eye-bolts, loop the wire and twist tightly together. Thread the opposite end of the hanging wire through the opposite eye-bolt. Pull the wire tight. The system should be only slightly resting on the grid work of the drop ceiling. After you have adjusted the weight of the system on the grid work, then loop the wire and twist tightly together.
Step 6. Locate a stud in the solid ceiling that is directly above the tile where the system will be installed. Fasten the eye-lag into the stud, making sure to line up the eye-lag with the eye-bolts on the system so the hanging wire will hang vertically. Thread the hanging wire through the eye-lag so that either side is evenly dispersed. Thread one end of the hanging wire through one eye-bolt, loop the wire and twist tightly together. Thread the opposite end of the hanging wire through the opposite eye-bolt. Pull the wire tight. The system should be only slightly resting on the grid work of the drop ceiling. After you have adjusted the weight of the system on the grid work, then loop the wire and twist tightly together.
Step 7. After the system is installed, put your H.E.P.A. Filter back into the system. Make sure the H.E.P.A. Filter is snug. Replace the H.E.P.A. bar and the adjustable louver door. Plug in the unit and you're ready to go.
- Pre-Filter; Replace every 3 to 4 weeks
- Carbon Filter; Replace at least every 2 months
- H.E.P.A. Filter; Replace at least every 12 months
Step 1. The Pre-Filter is located behind the intake door (service door). The Pre-Filter is a white polyester, pre-tack filter. The intake door is located closest to the HI/OFF/LO switch on the face of the system. Unclip the two latches on the intake door and the door will swing down. The Pre-filter is the first filter behind the intake door. Peel away dirty Pre-filter and discard. Install the new Pre-filter. Close door. DO NOT WASH PRE-FILTERS.
Step 2. The Carbon Filter is located behind the Pre-filter. Follow Pre-filter changing instructions from Step 1. Remove Carbon Filter, discard and replace with new Carbon filter. DO NOT WASH CARBON FILTERS.
Step 3. Remove the adjustable louver door by pushing up and twisting at an angle. The H.E.P.A. Filter is a pleated media surface with a galvanized frame. Slip the H.E.P.A. Filter out of the system, discard and replace with new H.E.P.A. Filter. Replace bar tightly. DO NOT WASH H.E.P.A. FILTER.
Filter maintenance may vary according to each situation.