TheOxy-Vital ® dispensers are usually connected to the domestic water supply. Inside the device the water is filtered first and then enriched with medical grade oxygen gas from a presuure tank.
TheOxy-Vital ® dispensers turn common water into a high-quality drink
Prior to the oxygenation process a high-tech 10" filter cartridge & capillary membranes.
sintered carbon outer shell with a pore size of 0,5 mm
removes sediments, turbidity, oxidized iron, larger microorganisms and
almost all chlorine, bad tastes and odors, herbizides, pestizides, fungizides,
insektizides, drug residuals (espec. steroid hormons) as well as lead.
Inside the diiffusor (7)
the filtered water and the oxygen gas mix together. The pressure inside the
diffusor is approx. 3 bar.
· Make a tight connection between the water supply and filter housing dispenser inlet (1). This is usually a steel reinforced hose with connections 3/8" and a shot-off valve.
· Fix the special (small flow) faucet (9) on the counter plate. A hole of 12 mm duameter has to be drilled.
· Tighten the faucet from bellow with a nut (wrench 15 mm). At the end of the same thread a special plastic connector must be screwed. Tichten this well but only by HAND. Using a wrench would crack the connector easily.
Connect the faucet with the device outlet using the PTFE tube of
8/6 mm diameter. This connection should be short, but allow to take the device
out for for service, if in a cabinet. It is recommended to put a little
silicon-grease on the tube ebd and a stiffener sleeve inside the end for more
secure connections. The tube end must be inserted into a socket 17 mm deep.
In case the outlet is closed by a stopper for transport, this must be removed
before plugging the proper connection. To
remove a stopper or a tube press the collar of the plug towards the plug, then
the stopper can be disconnected easily.
In case the oxygen
pressure tank (2) is not yet mounted, do this now. Insert the tank into the
brackets and connect the outlet of the tank to the
pressure reducer (3).
Fasten the swivel nut well, but just by hand.
Open the water supply and let several liters of water pass through the device, till no more air bubbles appear.
Shut the faucet. The system must stay tight unter the water pressure.
Open the valve on the oxygen pressure tank slowly. If the tank is full, the gauge (4) would indicate approx. 200 bar !
In a normal case no hissing sound indicating escaping gas can be heard. Should this although occur, shut the oxygen tank valve and wait till the oxygen lining remain pressureless. Then loosen the swivel nut by hand. Check the surface of the face of the outlet connection. No scratches, other demages or dirt are allowed. The surface must be free of fat (hands!). Then examine the black rubber O-ring in the pressure reducer (3) for obvious defects or dirt. Be aware that even very small particles may cause leakage of a gas at high pressure. If after connecting the the pressure reducer to the tank again the oxygen should escape, shut the tank valve and inform your service agent.
If everything is tight, open the faucet (12) and draw 3 to 5 liters of oxygenated water, then shut the faucet again
The device is now ready for tapping
When the pressure gauge (4) indicates „zero" bar, it is time to exchange the oxygen pressure tank.Close the tank valve. Close the water supply.
Open the faucet (12) and let the water drip out till the system becomes pressureless and the swivel nut of the pressure reducer (3) can be released by hand. This may last several minutes but also half an hour. Don't aply violence.
Remove the oxygen tank from the device. Treat the tank, particularly the outlet connection with care.
Protect the connecting thread and the face from defects.
The spare tank should be mounted as explained under items 4 & 5.
Don't forget to check the tank connection and the O-ring on the pressure reducer (3) before.
OXYGEN and FAT do not combine! Danger of EXPLOSION !!!
No fat or oil may stay at the connection of the pressure reducer (3) and the oxygen pressure tank (2)
Manipulations at the pressure reducer (3) and the oxygen pressure tank (2), except operation of the tank valve, are absolutely prohibited.
Don't release the swivel nut of the pressure reducer under pressure ! This is even under relatively low pressure only possible using excessive violence and accompanied with high risks. Let the pressure release first (compare item 6).
Escaping oxygen increases the danger of FIRE.
Pressure tanks and particularly those containing oxygen
are always potentially dangerous and must be treated with special care (transport,
storing & applications). Special attention has to be paid to the tank valves
to avoid demages.
7. Exchange of filter cartridge
The filter cartridge (1) combining activated carbon & capillary membranes
has high capacity, but should be replaced latest after 12 months ( the
manufacturer recommends 6 months!)..
8. When the device is not used for a longer period
For security reasons close the water
supply and the oxygen tank valve.
The warranty period lasts 12 months. It
begins at the moment of delivery, which is indicated on the invoice or delivery