560043 - Booster Pump KitProduct Manual (PDF)
Watts Premier has made it simple for you to walk through the installation of your new Booster Pump Kit. Find the instructions below and the diagram for your Reverse Osmosis System to guide you through the process. If you need any assistance you can contact us at 1-800-752-5582 or email us at WeCare@WattsWater.com and we will get back with you as soon as possible.
Step #1 - Turn off incoming water to the Reverse Osmosis System. Lift handle on the faucet to drain the water from the system and storage tank. Note - If tank is equipped with a Ball Valve, close the Valve to preserve the tank water. (Refer to your RO System manual for specific shut-down instructions).
Step #2 - Cut the ¼” Green Tube going from your tap connection to your Reverse Osmosis System allowing for placement of Pump. Attach the tube from the Cold Water Angle Stop Valve side of the ¼” Green Tube to the inlet side of the Booster Pump (2 pieces of additional green tubing are provided if needed). Note - The Electrical components used in this low voltage pump are UL Recognized. All wetted parts are made of NSF or FDA listed materials. For use with water. Use with approved 24 VAC, 50/60 HZ Transformer ONLY. Maximum inlet and outlet pressure rating @ 125 PSO. Do not use with flammable liquids.
Step #3 - Mount the Pump to a convenient location near the Reverse Osmosis System (mounting the Pump is not necessary but will reduce vibration & noise).
Step #4 - Connect the ¼” Green Tube from the RO System to the outlet side of the Booster Pump.
Step #5 - Cut the Blue Tube (¼” for standard units or ⅜” for manifold units) leading from the Reverse Osmosis System to the storage tank. Insert the TSO (Tank Shut-Off) Switch provided at this location (you will need to use the ⅜” to ¼” reducer fittings if you have ¼” tubing for a “Standard” style system). This shut-off switch does not have a directional flow and can be installed either direction on the Blue Tube. Note - The Off Setting of the TSO is 40psi with 15 AMP, 1/2 HP @ 125/250 V AC.
Step #6 - Turn on incoming water to Reverse Osmosis System and check for leaks. Plug the transformer into the electrical outlet and make sure all electrical connections are made. Open the tank ball valve if so equipped. Note - This Transformer is a Class 2 power supply. The Input is 120V AC 0Hz 290mA with an Output of 24V AC .08A
Step #7 - Check for leaks periodically as the system fills and again after it shuts off (tank full and approximately 24 hours after installation).