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One Solution™ Dispenser - Simple Button

Push Button Chemical Dispenser
Item #112944

One Solution™ Dispenser - Simple Button

Push Button Chemical Dispenser
Item #112944

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  • Accurate dilution can be set to 1 OZ, 3/4 OZ or 1/2 OZ per stroke
  • Low profile and rugged design stands up to heavy use and assures long life
  • Great for bottle, bucket or sink filling when no water source is available

Product Description

  • Designed to work with the One Solution™ cleaning system, the Simple Button provides an easy way to achieve accurate product dilutions in cramped quarters, small applications or where a water source is not available.

    ADVANTAGES
  • No contact with concentrated chemicals provides added safety to workers
  • Accurate dilution:  Can be set to 1 oz., 3/4 oz., or 1/2 oz. per stroke  
  • Low profile and rugged design stands up to hard use and assures long life
  • Versatile:  Great for bottle, bucket, or sink filling.  

    Can also be used to dispense concentrate into larger equipment such as carpet extractors and auto scrubbers.  As the name states, operation is simple.  Fill a bottle or bucket with the appropriate amount of water and then use the Simple Button to dispense the accurate dose of product and mix together to create a Ready-To-Use solution that is both cost effective and accurate every time. No more guessing and mixing concentrates at incorrect solutions. The One Solution™ Simple Button yields cost-effective, accurate dilutions every time.  

Directions for Use

1. Find suitable place close to water source for unit. Mounting bracket should be installed approx. 5’ from the floor. Level bracket and mark holes. Drill 9/32” holes and install mounting anchors and screws in bracket. 2. Remove cabinet cover and hang cabinet on bracket. Mark hole for lower cabinet screw. Remove cabinet and drill 9/32” hole. Install anchor and screw in lower cabinet hole. When mounting unit, do not mount more than 5 feet from the floor. Also, never mount your concentrate container higher than the unit. Keyhole slots are also provided in the cabinet back if the mounting bracket won’t be used. 3. Select a metering tip (see next section), and insert into hose barb on eductor body. (Repeat for all eductors.) 4. Supply tube should reach from hose barb on eductor to bottom of the concentrate container. Cut supply tube provided to length required. Slide a ceramic weight over one end of tube and slide a foot valve into the same end of the tube. (Prepare a tube for each eductor.) 5. Push other end of supply tube over the hose barb/metering tip on the eductor. (Repeat for all eductors.) 6. Place foot valve ends of supply tubes into concentrate containers. REMEMBER TO CHECK FOOT VALVE STRAINERS REGULARLY FOR CLOGGING: CLEAN IF NECESSARY. 7. A short discharge tube is used with the 1GPM eductor; minimum tube length is 8 inches (20cm) for proper operation.
Longer tubes (4 feet) are used with a 3.5 GPM eductor. Slide end of tube over eductor discharge outlet. (Repeat for all eductors.) Hooks may be installed on longer tubes to allow discharge tube to conveniently hang from dispenser when not in use. 8. Replace cabinet cover. Guide supply tubes through slots in sides of cabinet cover. Push the sides in, behind the latch holes, to snap the
cover in place. The two screws provided may be installed in the holes in the cabinet sides to prevent easy removal of cover. 9. Connect water supply hose of at least 3/8” ID to water inlet swivel. (Minimum 25 PSI pressure, with water running, is required for proper operation.) Connect opposite end of hose to water supply. Turn water supply on. 10. Purge air from the system by depressing the buttons briefly. There may be some water discharge from the eductor vents until the air is purged. 11. Push button to start flow of desired water/concentrate solution, and hold until supply tube is primed (filled). Then push the button whenever dispensing is desired, and release button to stop flow of solution. If you wish to be able to lock the button in the “on” position: Depress button and slide
button lock up. To unlock, depress button and release. 12. It is essential that the discharge hose not be obstructed. If discharge is restricted, water will flow out the eductor
vents. Do not start to operate the dispenser with liquid in the discharge tube.

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