OPERATORS MANUAL FOR Mi-T-M BIO-35R-0M10 /BIO-35R-1M10 BIO-35R-0M30 /BIO-35R-1M30 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM


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1 OPERATORS MANUAL FOR Mi-T-M BIO-35R-0M10 /BIO-35R-1M10 BIO-35R-0M30 /BIO-35R-1M30 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM CAUTION RISK OF INJURY! READ MANUAL BEFORE OPERATING! This manual is an important part of the Biological Recycling System and must remain with the unit when you sell it! Copyright Operator's 2006, Manual Mi-T-M Corporation Form #

2 Table of Contents INTRODUCTION... 3 CONTENTS OF BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM... 4 SPECIFICATIONS... 4 PURPOSE... 4 IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION... 5 RISK OF EXPLOSION OR FIRE... 6 RISK OF BURSTING... 6 RISK OF BURNS... 6 RISK FROM MOVING PARTS... 7 RISK OF BODILY INJURY... 7 FLOW CHARTS BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART W/OZONE FEATURES BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES W/OZONE INSTALLATION ATTIRE INSTALLATION PRESTART CHECKLIST PREPARATION PRESTART PROCEDURES START-UP OPERATION ADDING MICROBES MAINTENANCE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE WINTERIZING TROUBLESHOOTING REPLACEMENT PARTS STATEMENT OF WARRANTY NOTES Warning: This product contains lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash your hands after handling this product.! IMPORTANT! ALUMINUM TANK AND CHEMICAL USE The chemicals listed below should not be used in any aluminum tank because of reactions with the alloy. These chemicals may cause premature failure of your tank. Use of any of the listed chemicals will void any warranty expressed or implied by Mi-T-M with regard to your water treatment system. CHEMICALS TO AVOID: Aluminum Chloride, Ammonia, Ammonia Hydroxide, Barium Salts, Calcium Chloride, Carbon Tetrachloride, Caustic Soda, Chlorine, Chloroform, Hydrochloric Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, Methyl Chloride, Oxalic Acid, Ozone, Perchloric Acid, Phosphoric Acid, Potassium Carbonate, Potassium Hydroxide, Sodium Carbonate, Sodium Chloride, Sodium Hydroxide, Sulfuric Acid, Trichloro-acetic Acid, Zinc Chloride. If you are unsure about a chemical reacting with your aluminum tank, please consult with your Mi-T-M representative. 2 Operator's Manual

3 INTRODUCTION Congratulations on the purchase of your new Mi-T-M Biological Recycling System! You can be assured your Mi-T-M Biological Recycling System was constructed and designed with quality and performance in mind. Each component has been rigorously tested to ensure the highest level of acceptance. This operator's manual was compiled for your benefit. By reading and following the simple safety, installation, operation, maintenance and troubleshooting steps described in this manual, you will receive years of trouble free operation from your new Mi-T-M Biological Recycling System. The contents of this manual are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Mi-T-M reserves the right to make changes in price, color, materials, equipment, specifications or models at any time without notice.! IMPORTANT! These paragraphs are surrounded by a "SAFETY ALERT BOX". This box is used to designate and emphasize Safety Warnings that must be followed when operating this Biological Recycling System. Accompanying the Safety Warnings are "signal words" which designate the degree or level of hazard seriousness. The "signal words" used in this manual are as follows: DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury. WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury. CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided MAY result in minor or moderate injury. The symbols set to the left of this paragraph are "Safety Alert Symbols". These symbols are used to call attention to items or procedures that could be dangerous to you or other persons using this equipment. ALWAYS PROVIDE A COPY OF THIS MANUAL TO ANYONE USING THIS EQUIPMENT. READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE OPERATING THIS BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM AND ESPECIALLY POINT OUT THE "SAFETY WARNINGS" TO PREVENT THE POSSIBILITY OF PERSONAL INJURY TO THE OPERATOR. Once the unit has been uncrated, immediately write in the serial number of your unit in the space provided below. SERIAL NUMBER Inspect for signs of obvious or concealed freight damage. If damage does exist, file a claim with the transportation company immediately. Be sure that all damaged parts are replaced and that the mechanical and electrical problems are corrected prior to operation of the unit. If you require service, contact Mi-T-M Customer Service. CUSTOMER SERVICE CALL OUR TOLL-FREE NUMBER for the Sales or Service Center nearest you! Please have the following information available for all service calls: 1. Model Number 2. Serial Number 3. Date and Place of Purchase Operator's Manual 3

4 CONTENTS OF THE BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM Carefully unpack your new Mi-T-M Biological Recycling System. Check the contents against the packing list. Contact the freight line if a damage claim is required on any component. The following items are the basic equipment sent with your Biological Recycling System. 1. Sump pump 2. Blue float for sump pit (protects sump pump low level) 3. Biological Recycling System Platform A. Transfer Pump B. Pressurized water storage tank C. Aerator Pump D. Ozone Generator (Optional) E. Ozone Pump (Optional) 4. Manual SPECIFICATIONS MODEL BIO-35R-0M10 / BIO-35R-0M30 / WX-0049 BIO-35R-1M10 BIO-35R-1M30 Maximum Flow 35 GPM Electrical 230 Volt 1Phase 25Amps Volt 3Phase 15Amps 460 Volt 3Phase 8Amps Sump Pump 1/2 HP Operating Capicity 2244 gallons Biological Media 6480 sq. ft. Transfer Pump (centrifugal) 2 HP Aerator Pump 1.5 HP Dimensions L x W x H 144" x 87" x 66" Net Weight 1900 lbs. Tank Material Aluminum/ Stainless Steel PURPOSE The Mi-T-M Biological System was designed to offer a solution to waste disposal that is economical, efficient and foremost, environmentally safe. As we make progress through the 21st century, environmental waste codes are becoming more and more strict. Surcharges and fines are being mandated to companies that are unable to operate within acceptable guidelines. Chemicals used to treat waste water often create by-products which in themselves cause additional code violations. Mi-T-M Corporation has solved this problem by engineering a Bio-System that utilizes microbes, not chemicals, to literally feed off of the waste in the water allowing the final output to be cleansed of any hazardous by-products. We at Mi-T-M realize the need to protect and respect our environment and therefore, our Bio-Systems operate under specific microbe guidelines, utilizing microbes that (1) are natural, not genetically formulated and (2) will not cause disease. Mi-T-M has been involved in water products for over twenty-eight years. Our commitment to quality is passed on to our customers, our commitment to the environment is passed on to our children. 4 Operator's Manual

5 IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS WARNING: When using this product, basic precautions should always be observed, including the following: READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS BEFORE USING BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM HAZARD POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCE PREVENTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK OR ELECTROCUTION Serious injury or death could occur if the Biological Recycling System is not properly grounded. Your Biological Recycling System is powered by electricity and may cause electric shock or electrocution if not installed properly. Electrical shock may occur if Biological Recycling System is not operated properly. Serious injury or death may occur if electrical repairs are attempted by unqualified persons. Installation of this unit, including all electrical connections, must comply with all local, state and national codes. This product must be grounded. Connect to a GFCI circuit breaker when available. If the unit should malfunction or breakdown, grounding provides a path of least resistance for electric current to reduce the risk of electric shock. Do not ground to a gas supply line. Improper connection of the equipmentgrounding conductor can result in a risk of electrocution. Check with a qualified electrician or service personnel if you are in doubt as to whether the system is properly grounded. Always be certain the unit is receiving proper voltage (+/- 5% of the voltage listed on the nameplate). Before installing electrical connections, be certain the power switches are in the "OFF" position. Keep all connections dry and off the ground. Do not touch pump, pump motor, discharge piping or water when the unit is connected to the power supply; regardless of whether the unit is operating correctly or experiencing an operation failure. DO NOT allow metal components of the Biological Recycling System to come in contact with live electrical components. Never operate the Biological Recycling System with safety guards/covers removed or damaged. Ensure all electrical covers are securely in place when unit is operating. Any electrical wiring or repairs performed on this Biological Recycling System should be done by Authorized Service Personnel in accordance with National and Local electrical codes. Before opening any electrical enclosure, always shut off the Biological Recycling System and drain the water. Disconnect the Biological Recycling System from the power source. If the power disconnect is not in sight, lock it in the open position and tag it to prevent power usage. (Never assume the Biological Recycling System is safe to work on just because it is not operating, it could restart at any time! Always disconnect from the power source.) Allow the Biological Recycling System components to cool down. Operator's Manual 5

6 IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS BEFORE USING BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM HAZARD RISK OF EXPLOSION OR FIRE POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCE Serious injury or death could occur from an explosion or fire caused by a system electric spark. PREVENTION This unit must be placed in an area that is well ventilated, free of flammable vapors, combustible dust, gases or other combustible materials. RISK OF BURSTING RISK OF BURNS Serious injury or death could occur from bursting caused by excessive pressure in the system. Serious injury may occur if attempting to start the Biological Recycling System when the pump is frozen. Serious injury may occur from touching the electrical motor. This area can remain hot for some time after the Biological Recycling System is shutdown. Do not mistreat the pressure gauges on the system. Pressure gauges will malfunction if they are subjected to excessive pressure, vibration, pulsation or temperature or if they are placed in an environment which causes corrosion of parts. Incorrect readings on a pressure gauge could mislead the operator and place him in a dangerous working condition. Do not use a booster pump or any type of additional pumping system. Pressurizing the suction of the pump may cause the pump body to explode. Do not use this Biological Recycling System to pump flammable material! An explosion could occur from a gas vapor buildup inside the system. In freezing temperatures, the unit must always be warm enough to ensure there is no ice formation in the pump. Do not start the Biological Recycling System if it has been in a freezing environment without first allowing the pump to thaw. Never allow any part of your body to contact the electrical motor until cooled. 6 Operator's Manual

7 IMPORTANT SAFETY WARNINGS READ ALL SAFETY WARNINGS BEFORE USING BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM HAZARD POTENTIAL CONSEQUENCE PREVENTION RISK FROM MOVING PARTS Serious injury may occur to the operator from moving parts on the Biological Recycling System. Do not operate the unit without all protective covers in place. Follow the maintenance instructions specified in the manual. RISK OF BODILY INJURY Injury may occur from the Biological Recycling System. DO NOT DRINK THE WATER IN THE BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM!! This is non-potable water and is not suitable for consumption. DO NOT allow children to operate this unit. DO NOT overreach or stand on unstable support. Wet surfaces can be slippery, wear protective foot gear and keep good footing and balance at all times. Know how to stop the Biological Recycling System. Be thoroughly familiar with controls. Before servicing components, ALWAYS shut off the Biological Recycling System. Consult Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for safe handling of system, especially oxidizers and acids.!save THESE INSTRUCTIONS! Operator's Manual 7

8 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART FLOW DIA. BIO-25R-35R-1M PJH 8 Operator's Manual

9 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART The Sump Pump (1) draws water from the Sump Pit (2) and brings it to the Inlet (3) of the Biological Recycling System. The Inlet Flow Control Valve (4) can be used to control the flow of water into the unit. The Biological Recycling Tank (5) is made up of several sections that are separated by weirs. The wastewater enters the top of the First Chamber (6) and moves down through the Biological Media (7). The media packs provide a surface for the microbes to live on. As water passes through the Biological Media (7), the microbes feed off of the organic compounds in the water, producing by-products of carbon dioxide and water. From the First Chamber (6), the wastewater moves under the weir, into the Second Chamber (8), rising up through the Biological Media (7) and over the weir into the Third Chamber (9). The wastewater then flow's down through the Biological Media (7) for a final cleansing before moving into the Water Level Control Tank (10). This very small section has a weir positioned to control the level of water in the Biological Recycling Tank (5). The water moves over this final weir and into the Product Tank (11). Microbes also need air to live; an Areation Pump (12) pumps water from the Product Tank (11) to two venturi Air Injectors (13) that pull air into the water. From there the air bubbles move up through the Biological Media (7). Without the air in the Biological Recycling System, the microbes will not be able to live. Water is also pulled from the Product Tank (11) by the Transfer Pump (14) and moved into the Manifold (15) and the Pressure Tank (16). This tank holds water at PSI ( BAR) until needed. When water is needed for washing, water is sent from the Manifold (15) to the Water Outlets (17) and then to a pressure washer or garden hose. If the Product Tank (11) water level is low, water is added through the Fresh Water Makeup (18) to the Product Tank (11). If the Biological Recycling Tank (5) water level is too high, treated water is sent to the Rain Water Overflow (19) and disposed of. Operator's Manual 9

10 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART W/OZONE (BIO-35R-1M10_1M30) FLOW DIA. BIO-25R-1M10 W/OZONE PJH 10 Operator's Manual

11 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FLOW CHART W/OZONE The Sump Pump (1) draws water from the Sump Pit (2) and brings it to the Inlet (3) of the Biological Recycling System. The Inlet Flow Control Valve (4) can be used to control the flow of water into the unit. The Biological Recycling Tank (5) is made up of several sections that are separated by weirs. The wastewater enters the top of the First Chamber (6) and moves down through the Biological Media (7). The media packs provide a surface for the microbes to live on. As water passes through the Biological Media (7), the microbes feed off of the organic compounds in the water, producing by-products of carbon dioxide and water. From the First Chamber (6), the wastewater moves under the weir, into the Second Chamber (8), rising up through the Biological Media (7) and over the weir into the Third Chamber (9). The wastewater then flows down through the Biological Media (7) for a final cleansing before moving into the Water Level Control Tank (10). This very small section has a weir positioned to control the level of water in the Biological Recycling Tank (5). The water moves over this final weir and into the Product Tank (11). Microbes also need air to live; an Aeration Pump (12) pumps water from the Third chamber (09) to two venturi Air Injectors (13) that pull air into the water. From there the air bubbles move up through the Biological Media (7). Without the air in the Biological Recycling System, the microbes will not be able to live. To inject ozone into the system, water is pulled from the Product Tank (11) by the Ozone Pump (14) and pushed through a venturi in the Ozone Injector (15). The oxygen from the air is converted into ozone by the Ozone Generator (16). Water is also pulled from the Product Tank (11) by the Transfer Pump (17) and moved into the Manifold (18) and the Pressure Tank (19). This tank holds water at PSI ( BAR) until needed. When water is needed for washing, water is sent from the Manifold (18) to the Water Outlets (20) and then to a pressure washer or garden hose. If the Product Tank (11) water level is low, water is added through the Fresh Water Makeup (21) to the Product Tank (11). If the Biological Recycling Tank (5) water level is too high, treated water is went to the Rain Water Overflow (22) and disposed of. Operator's Manual 11

12 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES BIO-25R FEATURES_ MLK BIO FEATURES ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION 1 AIR INJECTOR 19 END FORK LIFT HOLD (6' OR GREATER FORK REQUIRED) 2 AIR INTAKE (AERATOR) 20 AERATOR PUMP 3 AERATOR PUMP INLET VALVE 21 SIDE FORK LIFT HOLES 4 PRESSURE SWITCH 22 PRESSURE TANK 5 DRAIN PORT 23 WATER OUTLET 6 PRODUCT TANK 24 RINSE WATER 7 WATER LEVEL CONTROL TANK 25 RAIN WATER OVERFLOW 8 BIOLOGICAL MEDIA 26 FRESH WATER MAKE-UP 9 THIRD CHAMBER 27 TRANSFER PUMP 10 SECOND CHAMBER 28 INLET 11 FIRST CHAMBER 29 CONTROL PANEL 12 BIOLOGICAL TANK 30 AERATOR PUMP OUTLET 13 MASTER SWITCH 31 PRESSURE GAUGE 14 SUMP PUMP SWITCH 32 RAIN WATER OVERFLOW FLOAT 15 AERATOR SWITCH 33 LEVEL LIMIT SWITCH 16 TRANSFER PUMP SWITCH 34 TRANSFER PUMP FLOAT 17 PRODUCT TANK LID 35 FRESH WATER MAKE-UP FLOAT 18 TANK LID 36 TANK OUTLET 12 Operator's Manual

13 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES BIO-25R FEATURES_ MLK Operator's Manual 13

14 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES W/OZONE BIO-25R WITH OZONE FEATURES_ MLK ITEM DESCRIPTION ITEM DESCRIPTION 1 AIR INJECTOR 21 AERATOR PUMP 2 AIR INTAKE (AERATOR) 22 SIDE FORK LIFT HOLES 3 AERATOR PUMP INLET VALVE 23 PRESSURE TANK 4 PRESSURE SWITCH 24 WATER OUTLET 5 DRAIN PORT 25 RINSE WATER 6 PRODUCT TANK 26 RAIN WATER OVERFLOW 7 WATER LEVEL CONTROL TANK 27 FRESH WATER MAKE-UP 8 BIOLOGICAL MEDIA 28 TRANSFER PUMP 9 THIRD CHAMBER 29 INLET 10 SECOND CHAMBER 30 OZONE PUMP 11 FIRST CHAMBER 31 OZONE INJECTOR 12 BIOLOGICAL TANK 32 CONTROL PANEL 13 MASTER SWITCH 33 AERATOR PUMP OUTLET 14 SUMP PUMP SWITCH 34 OZONE GENERATOR 15 AERATOR SWITCH 35 RAIN WATER OVERFLOW FLOAT 16 OZONE PUMP SWITCH 36 PRESSURE GAUGE 17 TRANSFER PUMP SWITCH 37 TRANSFER PUMP FLOAT 18 PRODUCT TANK LID 38 FRESH WATER MAKE-UP FLOAT 19 TANK LID 39 LEVEL LIMIT SWITCH 20 END FORK LIFT HOLD (6' OR GREATER FORK REQUIRED) 40 TANK OUTLET 14 Operator's Manual

15 BIOLOGICAL RECYCLING SYSTEM FEATURES W/OZONE BIO-25R WITH OZONE FEATURES_ MLK Operator's Manual 15

16 ATTIRE: INSTALLATION: INSTALLATION 1. Proper attire is essential to your safety. It is advised to utilize whatever means necessary to protect eyes, ears, and skin. 1. A Collection Pit System must already be an established structure before installing the Biological Recycling System. A well designed pit system is critical for the proper operation of the recycle system. Consult your Mi-T-M dealer for installation requirements. 2. Place the Biological Recycling System platform on a hard, level surface in an area free of flammable vapors, combustible dust, gases or other combustible materials. 3. Set the unit so you have access to the Control Panel and Drain Ports. 4. Do not place unit in an area: a. with insufficient ventilation. b. where environmental hazards (i.e. rain and snow) can come in contact with the Biological Recycling System. c. that can lead to a freezing environment. 5. Check all union connections for tightness. 6. Install schedule 80 PVC connections to the water inlet of the Biological Recycling System. 7. Install the Sump Pump in the Sump Pit as shown below. 8. Install plumbing from the Sump Pump using 1 1/2" minimum connection sizes. 9. Install the blue float in the Sump Pit. Attach the float 10" above the bottom of the Sump Pump. Allow a 2" tether and enough room for them to move freely without interfering with the plumbing. SUMP PIT LAYOUT-BIO KS 10. A qualified electrician must hook up the electrical system. a. Verify the electrical supply at the power source is off. b. Be certain all switches on the Control Panel are in the "OFF" position. c. Run water tight conduit 1. From the Sump Pump and Float to the Control Panel. 2. From the local disconnect to the Control Panel. The electrician will need to drill holes in the Control Panel for the conduit. d. Make connections to the terminal strips as shown in the wiring diagram on the following page. 16 Operator's Manual

17 INSTALLATION 11. Make the following piping connections: a. From a pressurized water supply to the Fresh Water Makeup. b. From the Pressure Washer Outlet to a pressure washer or garden hose. c. From the Rain Water Overflow to storage tank for further processing or disposal. Do not send the water back to Sump Pit. NOTE: In most cases, you must have a permit to legally dispose recycled water. WARNING RISK OF ELECTROCUTION! TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTROCUTION, KEEP ALL CONNECTIONS DRY AND OFF THE GROUND. FEILD WIRING DIAGRAM-BIO 20R 25R-35R PJH Operator's Manual 17

18 STOP TO ENSURE YOUR WATER RECYCLE TREATMENT SYSTEM OPERATES SAFELY AND EFFICIENTLY, COMPLETE THE PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST BEFORE PROCEEDING. Before proceeding, answer all the questions on this checklist. YES NO CODES: 1. Does the electrical wiring meet all codes? 2. Does plumbing meet all codes? LOCATION: 1. Is the unit located on a hard level surface free of flammable vapors, combustible dust, gases or other combustible materials? 2. Is the unit located in a large ventilated area? ELECTRICAL: 1. Is the unit properly grounded? 2. Does the power supply, voltage and amperage match the data plate? PLUMBING: 1. Is the plumbing sized correctly? 2. Are all plumbing connections secure? PRE-OPERATION CHECKLIST GENERAL: 1. Have all operators using this unit read and understood this entire manual? 2. Has the unit been installed by qualified service people who followed the instructions listed in this manual? IF "NO" WAS MARKED TO ANY OF THESE QUESTIONS, CORRECT THE SITUATION BEFORE OPERATING. 18 Operator's Manual

19 PREPARATION PRESTART PROCEDURES: 1. Position the valves on the Biological Recycling System as follows for start up of the system. A. Aeration Pump Inlet Valve: Turn valve open. B. Aeration Pump Outlet Valve: Turn valve open. C. Water Outlet Valves: Turn valves closed. 2. Be certain all plumbing/hoses are tight and properly connected. 3. Be certain the incoming air to the Air Injectors is not obstructed. 4. Be certain all switches on the Control Panel are in the OFF position. START-UP: 1. Ensure all Hold Down Angles are fastened into Biological Tank 2. Turn power from main disconnect ON. 3. Turn on the Master Switch, water from the Freshwater Inlet will start filling the Product Tank. 4. When the Product Tank is full, prime the Transfer Pump by opening the union immediately after the Transfer Pump until water starts to flow out, then tighten union again. 5. Turn on the Transfer Pump Switch to pressurize the Manifold and Pressure Tank. 6. Turn on the Sump Pump Switch. OZONE OPTION ONLY: a. Prime the Ozone Pump by opening the union immediately after the Ozone Pump until the water starts to flow out, than tighten the union again. b. Turn on the Ozone Pump Switch. 7. Operate the aeration loop on the Biological System for one hour before adding Mi-T-M microbes. Operator's Manual 19

20 RECOMMENDED ADDITION OF MICROBES: OPERATION Note: It is recommended to add a quick dissolve monthly inoculation microbe pack to the system at start up to help establish a microbial colony. 1. For regular use dose bacteria product either daily (for liquid products) or monthly (for dry products). 2. Monitor the system closely to insure that a proper amount of bacteria is being dosed into the system during your inoculation periods. If the product water is not to a standard that is appropriate for your facility, more bacteria may need to added to the system more frequently. 3. Continue your inoculation schedule for the life of the system to insure proper function (After system has been drained a quick dissolve monthly inoculation microbe pack should be used when the system is charged again). 4. When placing either the dry product or injecting the liquid bacteria into the system, it should be a microbe product appropriate for your waste stream and should be dosed close to the inlet of the system.. The Mi-T-M microbes are most active and effective when the water temperature is between 70 F and 100 F. For climates where freezing temperatures are experienced, the Biological System should be enclosed in a heated room. ROUTINE MAINTENANCE: 1. Pits should be kept free from large amounts of sludge. MAINTENANCE 2. For most applications, 1 package of dry bacteria or 1 slow dissolving puck should provide enough "new" bacteria to maintain a healthy colony (with liquid closing 6oz./day should provide theh same coverage) The media pack should feel "slimy" to the touch when the microb colony is established. (If you are not seeing an appropriate water quality your applications may require more microbes because the contaminant level or your flow needs to be reduced. 3. The ph of the water should not be lower than 5.5 or higher than 8.5 at any given time. 4. If soap is necessary for washing, the soap should be of a neutral ph (approximately 7). 20 Operator's Manual

21 WINTERIZING: 1. Turn all switches on the Control Panel to the off position and disconnect power to the Control Panel. 2. Shut off all water connections to the Biological Recycling System 3. Remove the drain plug from the Transfer Pump. 4. Remove the drain plugs from the Biological Tank, clean the tank and Biological Media and wipe down the system. 5. Open all valves on the Manifold. 6. Loosen the Freshwater Make-up connection, Pressure Washer Outlet connection, Rainwater Overflow connection and Tank Inlet connection. 7. Open the check valve near the Sump Pit and drain the water transport line. Remove the Sump Pump from the Sump Pit. 8. Store all chemicals at room temperature (Bacteria should be kept in a cool dry plate to extend its shelf life). TO OPERATE UNIT AFTER WINTERIZING: MAINTENANCE 1. Follow Installation Instructions on page For ease of reinstalling Biological Media, place media at an angle. After media is replaced, the Hold Down Angles must be fastened into the Biological Tank before filling. This prevents the Biological Media from rising out of the tank and also supports the tank sides. 3. Follow Prestart Procedures on page Follow Start-up Procedures on page Follow Procedures for adding Microbes on page 20. BIOLOGICAL MEDIA INSTALLTION-BIO KS BIOLOGICAL MEDIA INSTALLATION REF. # DESCRIPTION 1 Strap 2 Biological Media 3 Biological Tank Operator's Manual 21

22 TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY ELECTRICAL No power at Control Panel. Power failure to Control Panel. Check circuit breaker at power source or contact your local distributor. Power Indicator Light is OFF. Blown fuses inside Control Panel Check fuses, replace if necessary. on step down transformer. If fuses are OK, contact your distributor. SUMP PUMP Sump Pump will not run. Float is not adjusted correctly in Readjust. the Sump Pit. Blue float in sump pit is defective. Level Limit Switch in the Product Tank has flipped up. Circuit overload/breaker has tripped. Motor overload. Motor is defective. Replace. Push Level Limit Switch down, or remove excess water in the Product Tank. Reset breaker or replace fuse at power source. Allow motor to cool. Motor will automatically restart when cool. Replace motor. Sump Pump motor starts and This is a common occurrence. Allow pits to fill. stops frequently during operation. Sump Pump impeller is clogged. Motor overload. Sump Pit is not large enough. Disconnect power and unclog impeller. Allow motor to cool. Motor will automatically restart when cool. Expand size of pit. Sump Pump runs, but there is Water level is below pump inlet. Ensure blue float in pit is not caught little or no water discharge. in plumbing. Sump Pump will not turn off. There is an air lock in the Sump Pump. Low voltage. Sump Pump impeller is clogged. Worn pump parts. Defective switch inside blue float in pit. Replace. Pump is air locked. Manually fill the inlet pipe with water. Turn the Sump Pump on and off several times. Ensure wire size is capable of handling the rated amperage of the unit. If wire size is correct, contact your distributor. Disconnect power and unclog impeller. Contact your distributor. Cycle pump in one minute increments several times to clear air from pump. If system includes a check valve, a 3/16" hole should be drilled in the discharge pipe approximately 2" above the discharge connections. 22 Operator's Manual

23 TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY BIO-SYSTEM TANK Water will not flow into the Bio- Sump Pump is not turned on. Move Sump Pump Switch to "ON" System Tank. TRANSFER PUMP Circuit breaker has tripped or is "OFF". Reset or turn breaker "ON". Dirt is lodged in the inlet check valve. Sump Pump impeller is clogged. Lines or valves contain frozen water. Freshwater Make-up solenoid malfunctioning. Freshwater Make-up Float #4 in Product Tank tangled or malfunctioning. Clean. Disconnect power and clean. Allow to thaw. Inject with warm water if necessary. Repair or replace. Repair or replace. Transfer Pump will not run. Circuit overload/breaker has tripped. Reset breaker or replace fuse. Motor overload. Transfer Pump Float #3 tangled or malfunctioning. Pressure Switch malfunctioning. Allow motor to cool. Motor will automatically restart when cool. Repair or replace. Replace. Transfer Pump runs but there is no Pump sucking air. Eliminate leaks and tighten all water discharge OR Transfer Pump connections on intake line. cycles excessively. Check valve is leaking or stuck in Clean or replace as necessary. closed position. Lines or valves contain frozen water. Pump impeller is obstructed. Pump motor is operating below maximum RPM. Too much pressure in Pressure Tank. Pressure Switch needs adjusting. Allow to thaw. Inject with warm water if necessary. Ensure the Sump Pit remains above freezing. Contact your local distributor. Contact your local distributor. Check PSI in Pressure Tank with no water in tank. Pressure should be 25 PSI / 1.72 Bar. Pressure Switch should be set to start Transfer Pump at 30 PSI / 2.07 Bar. Transfer Pump is hot or turns off. Low voltage. Ensure wire size is capable of handling the rated amperage of the unit. If wire size is correct, contact your local distributor. Motor overload. Allow motor to cool. Motor will automatically restart when cool. Operator's Manual 23

24 TROUBLESHOOTING SYMPTOM PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY SHAFT SEALS Water is leaking at Transfer Pump. Damaged mechanical seal. Seal ran dry. Ensure seal chamber is filled with liquid. Short seal life. Unexpected temperature and Replace with more resistant seal. chemical usage. ODOR Excessive odor in water system. Not enough microbes in the system Increase the microbe inoculation. to maintain water balance. Too much waste water for microbes to digest. *****Water remains dormant in the system too long causing bacteria buildup. Use of chemical injection or use of an additional Bio-System may be necessary. The Biological System and Aerator System should be on 24 hours per day. WATER FLOW Air shoots from Water Outlet. This is a common occurrence while Air will stop shooting from the water pump is priming. outlet when pump is primed. Transfer Pump is sucking air at suction inlet. Eliminate leaks or tighten connection. SOLENOIDS Solenoid valve won't turn on. Low or no water pressure. Turn off water, switch solenoids between valves. Turn on water. If problem is corrected, replace faulty solenoid. No electrical contact to solenoid. Contact your local distributor. Solenoid valve leaks when turned off. Solenoid is obstructed. Turn off water, remove and clean solenoid. Damaged solenoid. Solenoid o-ring is misaligned or damaged. Diaphragm seat is dirty. Diaphragm is damaged. Replace. Realign or replace. Clean or replace. Replace. 24 Operator's Manual

25 REPLACEMENT PARTS DESCRIPTION REORDER# Microbes-Hydrocarbon/VOC mix...rc Microbes-Golf Course Mix...RC Microbes-Fats, Oil and Grease...RC Test Strips Viton/Silicon Carbide Mechanical Seal Microbes: Grease treat conc. (5 gal)...rc Microbes: Hydrocarbon conc. (5 gal)...rc Microbes: Pond con. (5 gal)...rc Microbes: Enzyme/Microbe con. (5 gal)...rc Microbes: Grease treat 2lb solid...rc Microbes: Waste treat 2lb solid...rc Microbes: Hydrocarbon 2lb solid...rc Microbes: Grease treat tab...rc Microbes: Waste treat tab...rc Microbes: Hydrocarbon tab...rc Microbes: Grease treat con. (1 qt.)...rc Microbes: Hydrocarbon con. (1 qt.)...rc Microbes: Pond conc. (1qt.)...RC Bio Enhancer nutrient...rc Operator's Manual 25

26 STATEMENT OF WARRANTY Mi-T-M warrants all parts (except those referred to below) of your new Biological Recycling System to be free from defects in materials and workmanship during the following periods: For One (1) Year from the date of original purchase. Defective parts not subject to normal wear and tear will be repaired or replaced at Mi-T-M's option during the warranty period. In any event, reimbursement is limited to the purchase price paid. EXCLUSIONS 1. The motor is covered under separate warranty by its respective manufacturer and is subject to the terms set forth therein. 2. Normal wear parts: Seals Filters Gaskets O-rings Packings Pistons Valve Assembly Brushes Microbes Sensors 3. Parts damaged due to: -normal wear, misapplication, modifications/alterations, abuse, -operation at other than recommended speeds, pressures or temperature, -the use of caustic liquids, -chloride corrosion or chemical deterioration, -fluctuations in electrical or water supply, -operating unit in an abrasive, corrosive or freezing environment. 4. Parts damaged by failure to follow recommended: -installation, operating and maintenance procedures. 5. This warranty does not cover the cost of: -normal maintenance or adjustments, -labor charges, -transportation charges to Service Center, -freight damage. 6. The use of other than genuine Mi-T-M parts will void warranty. Parts returned, prepaid to Mi-T-M's factory or to an Authorized Service Center will be inspected and replaced free of charge if found to be defective and subject to warranty. There are no warranties which extend beyond the description of the face hereof. Under no circumstances shall Mi-T-M bear any responsibility for loss of use of the unit, loss of time or rental, inconvenience, commercial loss or consequential damages. 26 Operator's Manual

27 NOTES Operator's Manual 27

28 Tabla de Materias INTRODUCCION MATERIAS DE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE ESPECIFICACIONES INTENCION ADVERTENCIAS IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD RIESGO DE DESCARGARS ELECTRICAS O ELECTROCUCION RIESGO DE EXPLOSION DE INCENDIO RIESGO DE ESTALLIDO RIESGO DE QUEMADURAS RIESGO DE PARTES EN MOVIMIENTO RIESGO DE LESIONES GRAVES TABLAS DE FLUJO TABLAS DE FLUJO DE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE TABLAS DE FLUJO DE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE CON OZONO COMPONENTES COMPONENTES DE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE COMPONENTES DE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE CON OZONO INSTALACION ROPA INSTALACION LISTA DE CONTROL PARA HACER ANTES DE EMPEZAR PREPARACION PROCEDIMIENTOS DE ANTES DE EMPEZAR ARRANQUE OPERACION AGREGANDO MICROBIOS MANTENIMIENTO MANTENIMIENTO RUTINO LISTA PARA EL INVIERNO LOCALIZACION DE FALLAS PARTES DE REEMPLACE DECLARACION DE GARANTIA NOTAS ADVERTENCIA: Este producto tiene plomo, una sustancia química conocida al Estado de California a causar cáncer y defectos de nacimiento u otro daño reproductivo. Lávese las manos despues de usar este producto. IMPORTANTE! TANQUE DE ALUMINIO Y USO DE QUIMICAS Las sustancias químicas listaron abajo no debe ser utilizado en cualquier tanque de aluminio a causa de reacciones con la aleación. Estas sustancias químicas pueden causar el fracaso prematuro a su tanque. El uso de cualquiera del listó sustancias químicas hacen vacío cualquier garantía expresadas o implicadas por Mi-T- M con respecto a su sistema del tratamiento del agua. LAS QUIMICAS PARA EVITAR: El Cloruro del aluminio, el Amoniaco, Hidróxido de Amoniaco, Sales de Bario, Cloruro de Calcio, el tetracloruro de carbono, la Sosa Cáustica, el Cloro, el Cloroformo, el Acido Clorhídrico, el Agua Oxigenada, Cloruro de Metilo, Oxálico Acido, Ozono, el Acido de Perchloric, Fosfórico Acido, el Carbonato de Potasio, Hidróxido de Potasio, el Carbonato de Sodio, Cloruro de Sodio, Hidróxido de Sodio, Sulfúrico Acido, Trichloro-Acético Acido, Cloruro de Zinc. Si usted está inseguro acerca de una sustancia química que reacciona con su tanque de aluminio, consulta por favor con su representante de Mi-T-M. 28 Operator's Manual

29 INTRODUCTION Felicitaciones por la compra de su nuevo Sistema biológico del Reciclaje de Mi-T-M! Puede estar seguro que su sistema biológico del recicilaje fue construida con el nivel más. Cada componenete ha sido probado rigurosament por técnicos para asegurar la calidad, la resistencia y el rendimiento de esta unidad. Este manual del operador fue compliado para su beneficio. Leyendo y siguiendo los pasos simples de seguridad, instalación, operación, mantenimiento, localización de fallas descritos en este manual ayudará a prolongoar aun más la operación libre de fallas que usted puede esperar de su compresor de aire eléctrico. El contenido de este manual está basado en la información actualizada disponible al momento de la publicación. Mi-T-M se reserva el derecho de efectuar cambios en precio, color, materiales, equipo, especificaciones o modelos en cualquier momento sin previo aviso. IMPORTANTE! Estos párrafos están rodeados por una CASILLA DE ALERTA DE SEGURIDAD. Esta casilla se usa para designar y enfatizar las Advertencias de Seguridad que deben seguirse al operar este sistema biológico de reciclaje. Acompañando a las Advertencias de Seguridad están las palabras de alerta usadas en este manual son las siguientes: PELIGRO: Indica una situación inminente riesgosa la cual, si no se evita, RESULTARA en la muerte o en lesiones graves. ADVERTENCIA: Indica una situación potencialmente riesgosa la cual, si no se evita, PODRIA resultar en la muerte o en lesiones graves. PRECAUCION: Indica una situación potencialmente riesgosa la cual, si no se evita PUEDE resultar lesiones menores o moderadas. Los símbolos que están a la izquierda de este párrafo son los Símbolos de Alerta de Seguridad. Estos símbolos se usan para alertarlo acerca de artículos o procedimientos que podrían ser peligrosos para usted u otras personas que usan este equipo. SIEMPRE PROVEA UNA COPIA DE ESTE MANUAL A ALGUIEN QUE USE ESTE EQUIPO. LEA TODAS LAS INSTRUCCIONES ANTES DE OPERAR ESTE SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DE RECICLAJE PARA EVITAR LA POSIBILIDAD DE LESIONES PERSONALES AL OPERADOR. Escriba el número de serie de su unidad en espacio provisto abajo, una vez que la unidad haya sido desempacada. NUMERO DE SERIE Inspeccione por daño obvio u ocultado del contenido de la caja. Si el daño existe, haga un reclamo con la compañía del transporte inmediatamente. Esté seguro que todas partes dañadas se reemplazan y que los problemas mecánicos y eléctricos se corrigen antes de la operación de la unidad. Si usted requiere el servicio, contacte el Servico de Cliente de Mi-T-M. SERVICO DE CLIENTE LLAME NUESTRO NUMERO GRATIS para las Ventas o el Centro de reparaciones más cercano usted! Por favor tenga disponible la información siguiente para todas las llamadas de servicio: 1. Número de modelo 2. Número de serie 3. Fecha y lugar de compra Operator's Manual 29

30 EL CONTENIDO DEL SISTEMA BIOLOGICO DEL RECICLAJE Desembale con cuidado su nuevo Sistema Biológico del Reciclaje del Mi-T-M. Verifique el contenido contra la lista que empaca. Contacte la línea de flete si un reclamo del daño se requiere en cualquier componente. Los artículos siguientes son el equipo básico mandado con su Sistema Biológico del Reciclaje. 1. Bomba de Sumidero 2. La flota azul para el hoyo de sumidero (protege sumidero bomba el nivel bajo) 3. Plataforma de Sistema de Reciclaje de Biologico A. Transfiera Bomba B. Tanque de almacenaje presurizado de agua C. Bomba de aireador D. El Generador de ozono (Opcional con el tanque inoxidable) E. La Bomba de ozono (Opcional con el tanque inoxidable) 4. Manual ESPECIFICACIONES MODELO BIO-35R-0M10/ BIO-35R-0M30/ WX-0049 BIO-35R-1M10 BIO-35R-1M30 Flujo máximo 35 GPM Eléctrico 230 El voltio 1 Fase 25 amperios El voltio 3 Fase 15 amperios 460 El voltio 3 Fase 8 amperios Bomba de sumidero 1/2 HP Operador de Capicitidad 2244 galones Medios biológicos 6480 sq. ft. Transfiera Bomba (centrífugo) 2 HP Bomba de aireador 1.5 HP Dimensiones L x W x H 144" x 87" x 66" Peso neto 1900 lbs. Material del tanque Aluminio/ Acero inoxidable PROPOSITO El Mi-T-M Sistema Biológico se diseñó para ofrecer una solución a la eliminación de desechos que es económica, eficiente y primero, ambientalmente seguro. Cuando hacemos el progreso por el siglo XXI, códigos ambientales de desecho llegan a ser cada vez mas estrictos. Las sobrecargas y las multas son puestas bajo el mandato a compañías que son incapaces de operar dentro de pautas aceptables. Las sustancias químicas utilizaron para tratar agua de desecho a menudo crea los productos secundarios que causa por sí las infracciones adicionales de código. La Corporación de Mi-T-M ha resuelto este problema dirigiendo un Bio-Sistema que utiliza microbios, no sustancias químicas, para alimentar literalmente lejos el desecho en el agua que permite la producción final ser limpiado de ningún producto secundario peligroso. Somos Mi-T-M se da cuenta de que la necesidad de proteger y respetar nuestro ambiente y por lo tanto, nuestros Bio-Sistemas operan bajo pautas específicas de microbio, utilizando microbios eso (1) es natural, no genéticamente formulado y (2) no causará la enfermedad. Mi-T-M se ha implicado en productos de agua para sobre veintiocho años. Nuestro compromiso a la calidad se pasa en a nuestros clientes, nuestro compromiso al ambiente se pasa en a nuestros niños. 30 Operator's Manual

31 ADVERTENCIAS IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD La ADVERTENCIA: Cuando se usa este producto, las precauciones básicas siempre se deben observar, incluyendo lo Siguiente: LEA TODAS ADVERTENCIAS DE LA SEGURIDAD ANTES DE UTILIZAR EL SISTEMA DE RECICLAJE BIOLOGICO PELIGRO CONSECUENCIA POTENCIAL PREVENCION El RIESGO DE CALAMBRE O ELECTROCUCION Lesiones graves o la muerte podrían ocurrir si el Sistema Biológico del Reciclaje no se muele apropiadamente. Su Sistema Biológico del Reciclaje es accionado por la electricidad y puede causar calambre o electrocución si no instalado apropiadamente. El golpe eléctrico puede ocurrir si el Reciclaje Biológico Sistema no se opera apropiadamente. Lesiones graves o la muerte pueden ocurrir si las reparaciones eléctricas son procuradas por personas sin título. La instalación de esta unidad, incluyendo todas conexiones eléctricas, debe conformarse con todo local, indica y códigos nacionales. Este producto se debe ser de tierra. Conecte a un cortacircuitos de GFCI cuando disponible. Si la unidad debe fallar o la avería, conecte a tierra proporciona un sendero de menos resistencia para la corriente eléctrica reducir el riesgo de calambre. No conecte a la tierra a una línea del suministro del gas. La conexión impropia del conductor de conectar el equipo al suelo puede tener como resultado un riesgo de electrocución. Verifique con un personal calificado de electricista o servicio si usted tiene dudas en cuanto a si el sistema es conectado al suelo correctamente. Siempre sea cierta la unidad recibe el voltaje apropiado( +/- 5% de voltaje que está en la lista de plata del nombre). Antes instalar las conexiones eléctricas, son ciertos los interruptores del poder están en la posición de "OFF." Mantenga que todas conexiones secan y del suelo. No toque bomba, el motor de la bomba, tubería de descarga ni agua cuando la unidad es conectada a la alimentación; a pesar de si la unidad opera correctamente o experimenta un fracaso de la operación. No permita los componentes de metal del Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico entrar el contacto con componentes eléctricos vivos. Nunca opere el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico con guardias de seguridad ni cubiertas quitó ni dañó. Asegure que todas cubiertas eléctricas sean seguramente en lugar cuando la unidad opera. Algún alambrado o las reparaciones eléctricos realizaron en este Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico debe ser hecho por el Personal Autorizado del Servicio de acuerdo con códigos eléctricos Nacionales y Locales. Antes de abre algún cerco eléctrico, siempre apagó el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico y desagua el agua. Desconecte el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico de la fuente del poder. Si el poder desconecta no está a la vista, lo encierra la posición abierta y da una etiqueta para prevenir el uso del poder. (Nunca asume que sea seguro para trabajar en el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico simplemente porque no opera, podría volver a encender en tiempo! Siempre desconecte de la fuente del poder.) Permita que los componentes del Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico tiempo enfríese. Operator's Manual 31

32 ADVERTENCIAS IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD LEA TODAS ADVERTENCIAS DE LA SEGURIDAD ANTES DE UTILIZAR EL RECICLAJE BIOLOGICO SISTEMA PELIGRO El RIESGO DE CALAMBRE O ELECTROCUCION CONSECUENCIA POTENCIAL Lesiones graves o la muerte podrían ocurrir de una explosión o el fuego causados por una chispa eléctrica del sistema. PREVENCION Esta unidad se debe colocar en un área que se ventila bien, libre de vapores inflamables, polvo combustible, los gases u otras materias combustibles. RIESGO DE REVENTÓN RIESGO DE QUEMADURAS Lesiones graves o la muerte podrían ocurrir del estallar causado por la presión excesiva en el sistema. Lesiones graves pueden ocurrir si procurando empezar el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico cuando la bomba se congela. Lesiones graves pueden ocurrir de tocar el motor eléctrico. Esta área puede quedarse caliente durante un tiempo después de cierre del Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico. No maltrate los indicadores en el sistema. Los indicadores fallarán si ellos son sujetos a la presión excesiva, la vibración, la pulsación o la temperatura o si ellos son colocados en un ambiente que causa la corrosión de partes. Las lecturas inexactas en un calibrador de pressuer podrían descaminar al operario y lo coloca una condición de trabajo peligrosa. No utilice una bomba del motor auxiliar de propulsión ni ningún tipo adicional del sistema. Presurizando la succión de la bomba puede causar explosión del cuerpo de bomba. No utilice este Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico para bombear la materia inflamable! Una explosión podría ocurrir de un aumento de vapor de gas dentro del sistema. En temperaturas heladas, la unidad siempre debe estar suficiente tibia para asegurar no hay la formación de hielo en la bomba. No empiece el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico si ha sido un ambiente helado sin permitir primero la bomba para deshelar. Nunca permita cualquier parte de su cuerpo para contactar el motor eléctrico hasta que sea fresco. 32 Operator's Manual

33 ADVERTENCIAS IMPORTANTES DE SEGURIDAD LEA TODAS ADVERTENCIAS DE LA SEGURIDAD ANTES DE UTILIZAR EL RECICLAJE BIOLOGICO SISTEMA PELIGRO RIESGO DE PARTES MOVIENDO CONSECUENCIA POTENCIAL Lesiones graves pueden ocurrir al operador de partes móviles en el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico. PREVENCION No opere la unidad sin todas cubiertas protectoras están en el lugar. Siga las instrucciones de la conservación especificadas en el manual. RIESGO DE LESIONES DEL CUERPO Las lesiones pueden ocurrir del Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico. NO BEBA EL AGUA EN EL SISTEMA DEL RECICLAJE BIOLOGICO!! Este es agua no-potable y no es conveniente para el consumo. No permita a niños para operar la unidad. No se extralimíte ni se para en el apoyo inestable. Las superficies mojadas pueden estar resbaladizas, el uso engranaje protector de pie y mantener el asidero y el equilibrio buenos siempre. Sepa cómo parar el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico. Esté completamente familiarizado con controles. Antes atender a los componentes, SIEMPRE apagan el Sistema del Reciclaje Biológico. Consulte Hojas Materiales de Datos de Seguridad (MSDS) para el manejo seguro de sistema, especialmente oxidizers y ácidos. MANTENGA ESTAS INSTRUCCIONES! Operator's Manual 33

34 ORGANIGRAMA DEL SISTEMA DE EL RECICLAJE BIOLOGICO FLOW DIA. BIO-25R-35R-1M PJH 34 Operator's Manual