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To design econom ic al a n d com fortable t em por a ry housi ng t h at w i ll prov i de em ergenc y sh elt er for di sa st er reli ef v ic t i m s. Design i nspi r at ions to be ta ken f rom ex i st i ng com pac t li v i ng a r r a ngem en t s suc h a s c ru i se sh i p s, ho spi tal ro om s, dor m ro om s, pr i s ons, a n d mobi le hom es/ t r a i ler s. Th e u n i t s w i ll prov i de resi den t s w i t h a sense of hom e by usi ng design a n d m at er i als to c reat e feeli ngs of wa r m t h, com fort a n d sec u r i t y. Th ey w i ll offer acces si bi li t y, a n d a sense of com m u n i t y a s w ell a s pr i vac y. Th e com m u n i t y design w i ll offer en t erta i n m en t for c h i ldren a s w ell a s adu lt s. Sh elt er w i ll be prov i ded for com m u n i t y m eet i ngs a n d ac t i v i t i es. Opport u n i t i es w i ll be prov i ded for c h i ldren to i n t er ac t a n d dev elop fi ne motor sk i lls t h rough a K i n derC a re t y pe at mo sph ere . Th e ov er all proj ec t w i ll joi n t h e susta i nabi li t y effort by m i n i m i z i ng consu m p t ion of res ou rces a n d ta k i ng adva n tage of s ola r a n d w i n d pow er . t h e proj ec t w i ll c reat e a m i n i m al negat i v e i m pac t on ex i st i ng a n d su r rou n di ng en v i ron m en t s.

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Adaptive reuse, as its name suggests, is the adaptation of old structures for new

China with imported goods, then to pay to ship an empty container back to them.

purposes. In this case, our adaptation involves intermodal transit containers,

The government and the ports have actually voiced concern over the fact

or ISO shipping containers for the purpose of providing shelter to individuals.

that ports are running out of room to store the containers, and are at a loss

The interiors of the units can be converted to living and/or support spaces. The

as what to do with them. If the infrastructure that is inherent at commercial

units could then remain stored in their native state as sealed shipping contain-

ports was constructed elsewhere, adapted containers could be stORED there. This

ers. Needs, amenities, and other means of support can be made to easily connect

location would ideally be serviced by water, rail, and road. Containerized living

to the units, and in many cases, can even be shipped inside of the container, avail-

modules could then be transferred to areas that need them in a relatively short

able for immediate assembly at their intended destination. Units are to be utilized

amount of time. Time required for occupation between the initial delivery and

in emergency and disaster relief situations. While the intention and the hope is

container’s occupancy could be as little as a matter of days. nOT YEARS.

that their occupancy will be temporary, there exists the possibility that temporary by government standards could mean several years. It should also be noted

Some estimates put the number of individuals displaced from their homes in New

that many of the individuals who will be using these units likely have just lost

Orleans by Hurricane Katrina about equal to the number of empty shipping

all of their personal belongings, and possibly friends or family members. With

containers occupying space at the nation’s ports. When one considers that a

these prospects in mind, the spaces are designed to be not only compact and func-

single container would suit the living needs of two individuals at a minimum,

tional, but also a comfortable substitution for their home.

there are more than enough containers to fulfill the needs of a large influx of people. How different the aftermath of one of the largest natural disasters

Containers can be shipped via standard methods, and can be stacked and loaded

in our history might have been if there was a large supply of housing readily

as normal. There is actually an excess of empty shipping containers at ports all

available for just such an event.

over the United States, due largely in part to our trade imbalance with Asia. Many claim that it is actually less expensive to purchase a new container from

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To many, the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina was as devastating if not more so than the disaster itself. It was not only the lack of preparation or assistance that was the issue, but the apparent inability to make things better in the time that followed. Situations that should have been handled in minutes were delayed hours if not days. Those that should have taken days were delayed to weeks and months. Among the worst are those that still have not been addressed--more than three years later. August 29th, 2005 was a day that would forever change directly the lives of a million people. It would also change the percetions of countless others. What follows is a compilation of facts compiled on December 5th, 2006. While the document is outdated now, to truly understand the depth of our lack of preparation, one needs to remember that this document was compiled more than fifteen months aftre the storm. It should also be noted that variations on these units could also provide services other than residence.

Number of churches, synagogues, and mosques damaged or destroyed: approximately 900

Hurricane katrina Hurricane Katrina Fact Sheetfact sheet.

Percentage of homes in New Orleans still lacking electricity: approximately 50

Comic Relief 2006

Percentage of New Orleans schools damaged by Katrina: 83

Response

Amount of debris yet to be picked up: 1/3

Number of people sheltered in the Superdome before evacuation: approximately 23,000

Percentage of bus routes now operational: 49 Percentage of buses back in service: 17

Number of people the building’s personnel and supplies could adequately care for: approximately 1,000 people

Amount given to Louisiana by U.S. Dept. of Education for charter schools since Katrina: $44.8 million

Number of people who took shelter in the New Orleans Convention Center: approximately 3000

Amount given for traditional public schools damaged by the storm: $0

Number of days before FEMA head Michael Brown was aware that people had been evacuated to the Convention Center: 3

Percentage of child-care facilities yet to reopen: 79

Number of days before U.S. federal government response: 4

Percentage of 8-mi Twin Span bridge connecting New Orleans with Slidell, LA that collapsed into Lake Pontchartrain: 40

Number of people rescued by the Coast Guard from flooded areas and rooftops: 4,000 Number of those rescued who later died at New Orleans Louis Armstrong International Airport: approximately 100 Number of people transported out of New Orleans on buses the Friday after the storm: 1,000 per hour

Number of destroyed miles on U.S. Highway 90 running along Gulf Coast between New Orleans and Pascagoula, MS: 100 Amount of federal funding requested by the Army Corps of Engineers for Louisiana hurricane/flood protection programs in 2004: $105 million Amount of money they actually received: $40 million

Number of airlines who evacuated residents out of New Orleans: 12 (biggest U.S. airliftrescue ever)

Amount of federal funding recently sent to Alaska that was requested to build a bridge to an uninhabited island: $231 million

Number of foreign nations offering to help U.S.: approximately 60

Amount of money sent by Homeland Security to states to combat natural disasters: $180 million

Amount committed to Katrina relief by the federal government: $85 billion Amount spent by FEMA to date specifically on housing assistance for hurricane victims: $3.31 billion Amount spent by FEMA to date on operating expenses, including salaries and expense accounts: $6 billion

Amount of money sent by Homeland Security to states to combat terrorism annually: $1.1 billion Percentage of this terrorism grant money that may be spent on national disasters: 0 Number of major disasters declared by the federal government since 1995: 562 Number of terrorist attacks out of the above: 2 (Oklahoma City bombings and World Trade Center attacks)

Infrastructure

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Number of housing units damaged, destroyed, or inaccessible because of Katrina: 850,791

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People/Human Rights Number of deaths resulting from Katrina: 1836 Percentage of Katrina-related deaths of people aged 60 or older: 70 Percentage of New Orleans’ pre-Katrina residents who have returned to the city: approximately 45 Area covered by federal disaster declarations (in square miles): approximately 90,000 Size of the United Kingdom (in square miles): approximately 93,000 Percentage of city that was underwater: 80

Environment Louisiana’s national rank for annual wetlands loss: 1 Amount of coastal wetlands Louisiana loses each year: 35 square miles Amount of coastal wetlands in Louisiana that disappear every day: 48 football fields Distance Louisiana’s coastline is expected to move inland in some places by 2040: 33 miles Square miles of coastal wetlands that were converted to open water after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: 118

Number of days parts of city remained flooded: 43

Miles of coastal marshes and wetlands between New Orleans and the open ocean needed to reduce storm surges by 1 foot: 2.7

Depth of water covering parts of New Orleans: 20 feet Number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) worldwide: 25 million Number of IDPs in Afghanistan since war began in 2001: 153,000

In terms of energy, number of atomic bombs it would take to equal Hurricane Katrina’s power: 100,000 Amount needed annually for 30 years to restore coastal marshes and wetlands to fully protect New Orleans in the future: $500 million

Number of IDPs in Bosnia-Herzegovina: 182,000 Number of people displaced or left homeless by the May 2006 Indonesian earthquake: 600,000 Number of IDPs due to December 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami: about 1 million Number of persons displaced by Katrina from Louisiana: 645,000 to 1.1 million Estimated number of displaced residents aged 65 or older: 88,000 Number of United Nations Guiding Principles on the human rights of internally displaced persons: 30 Minimum number of these principles could apply to human rights violations from Hurricane Katrina, according to one international law scholar: 16

Amount of federal spending designated to rebuild New Orleans post-Katrina: $80 billion Amount of these federal dollars designated for Gulf Coast wetlands restoration: 0.125% Gallons of oil spilled in Louisiana from damaged tanks and other production facilities during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: 10.5 million Gallons spilled from 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster in Alaska: 11 million Gallons of crude oil contaminating 2,500 Louisiana homes: 1,000,000 Estimated portion of oil spilled by Katrina recovered through cleanup efforts: 50% to 70%

Number of the four International Conventions on Human Rights, on which the Guiding Principles are based, that the United States has ratified: 1

Portion of flood sediment samples analyzed after Katrina and Rita in Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas that exceeded federal limits for arsenic: 90%

Number of New Orleans prisoners whose trials have never been set or have been delayed, or who have never seen an attorney: about 6,000

Estimated cost to clean up lead-contaminated New Orleans properties by bringing in clean dirt and planting grass: $290.4 million

Average time people sat in a New Orleans jail before seeing an attorney: more than 1 year

Estimated annual cost of New Orleans’ lead poisoning in damage to society as a result of problems related to health, education and crime: $76 million

Percentage of people in the U.S., according to a Zogby International poll, who would refuse to evacuate ahead of a disaster if they could not bring their pets: 61

Portion of hazardous materials that authorities would be “lucky” to remove from the post-Katrina

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waste stream, according to an Environmental Protection Agency official: 20% to 30%

Percentage of mental health professionals who have left the city: 89

Gallons of water the New Orleans water system loses each day due to breaks caused by Katrina and an under funded repair budget: 85 million

Number of calls involving mentally ill people that the New Orleans Police Department Mobile Crisis Unit receives each week: 180

Daily cost to the city from the leaks: $196,350

Number of psychiatric in-patient beds in the New Orleans area prior to the hurricanes: 450 Number available as of August 2006: 80 Estimated number of post-traumatic stress disorder cases in the state of Louisiana this year: 300,000 Approximate percent increase in New Orleans’ suicide rate since Katrina: 300

Health Percentage of physicians who have left the city: 50 Number of nurses gone: approximately 1,000 Number of hospitals in Orleans Parish before Hurricanes Katrina and Rita: 22 Number operating as of August 2006: 11 Percentage of adults in Louisiana left without health insurance: 44 Percentage of children in FEMA-subsidized communities with at least one chronic health condition requiring treatment: 34

Culture Percentage of New Orleans cultural institutions that remain closed from storm damage: 75 Estimated number of working musicians in New Orleans pre-Katrina: 2,500 Estimated number of musicians in New Orleans post-Katrina: 250

Percentage of these children left without a medical provider: 50

Number of homes currently available at Habitat for Humanity’s Musicians’ Village: 75

Percentage of children at a Metairie, La. preschool who failed hearing tests due to health problems from Katrina “crud”: 75

Of the 61 applications from New Orleans-area musicians for homes in the Musicians’ Village, percentage immediately turned down between February and May 2006 due to credit problems: 50

Percentage of New Orleans-area doctors no longer submitting claims to Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana: 75

Number of musicians approved for housing in the Musicians’ Village as of July 2006: 6

Number of HIV/AIDS patients served by outpatient clinics in the Charity Hospital system before the storms: 3,500 Number currently receiving care: 1,200 Out of nine before Katrina, number of rural clinics lost by Coastal Family Health Care, a nonprofit serving the uninsured in Mississippi: 4

Rebuilding Contracts

In September 2005, days that federal officials said it would take to help Coastal rebuild three of their clinics: 12-18

Minimum value of contracts federal agencies have awarded to private companies for work related to Katrina and Rita: $9.7 billion

As of August 2006, number that had been rebuilt: 0

Amount given out by FEMA for storm-related contracts: $3.4 billion

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Percent of those contracts awarded with little or no competition: 80

Number of storm-affected households approved for housing assistance: 946,597

Percentage of FEMA contracts by mid-November 2005 that went to firms in Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi: 12

Months after Katrina that federal money for housing was approved: 10

Year that Landstar Express America, a Florida trucking company, received the federal contract for providing evacuation buses for national disasters: 2002 Days after the mayor of New Orleans declared a mandatory evacuation that Landstar ordered buses: 2 Days after Hurricane Katrina struck that evacuation buses arrived at the New Orleans Convention Center: 4

Total federal funds dispersed so far to rebuild homes: $0 Number of homeowners in Louisiana on a waiting list for billions in federal rebuilding assistance through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program: 100,000 Percentage of money that has been distributed: 0 Percentage of Louisiana mortgages past due as of July 2006: 20 National average for percentage of past-due mortgages: 4

Amount of the federal contract, the bulk of which was awarded to the Shaw Group, whose lobbyist is former FEMA director Joe Allbaugh, for tarping roofs—despite charging three times more than Alabama competitor Ystueta: $330 million

Number of insurance companies instructed by FEMA to cease National Flood Insurance payouts due to insolvency of the federally managed National Flood Insurance Program: 96

Amount awarded by FEMA to West Virginia pastor Gary Heldreth to set up a base camp for first responders in flooded St. Bernard Parish, which he used instead to purchase cars and real estate and to transfer cash to family members: $5.2 million

Amount allocated from Katrina funding to date to pay National Flood Insurance Program claims: $18.5 billion

Value of Corvette Heldreth gave his son to avoid paying a government lien: $50,000

Number of insurance companies sued for refusal to pay damages: 50 Percentage of homeowners still awaiting Small Business Association disaster loan approval: 50 Percentage of homeowner SBA disaster loans that have been fully paid after approval: 6.9

Housing

Percentage of New Orleans public housing still closed: 80

Number of homes destroyed by breaches in federally designed and funded levees and not covered under the federal housing recovery plan: 200,000

Number of FEMA trailers occupied in Mississippi: 94,000

Number of single-family homes sold in the New Orleans area during the first quarter of 2006: 3,659

FEMA trailers requested in the New Orleans metro area: 69,706

Percentage by which this exceeds the number sold during the first quarter of 2005: 28 Average percentage by which the price of these homes has increased: 20 Number of rental units lost: 43,000

FEMA trailers still needed in Mississippi: 9,000

FEMA trailers occupied in the New Orleans metro area: 31,517 Unoccupied modular homes purchased by FEMA and sitting unused in Hope, Arkansas: 10,777 FEMA trailers held in staging areas and unoccupied: 20,000

Percentage increase in rental rates after Katrina: 39 Current occupancy rate of livable apartments in New Orleans: 99

Repair and maintenance requests for FEMA trailers in Mississippi: 34,000

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Average cost of a single FEMA trailer per month: $3,200

Louisiana revenue loss, representing one-seventh of general funds total: $1 billion

Average living space of a FEMA trailer: 240 square feet

Percentage of businesses damaged or destroyed in Louisiana due to Katrina: 40 Percentage of New Orleans small businesses destroyed by Katrina: 60 Out of 28,540 disaster loan applications submitted to Small Business Administration from the Gulf Coast, number processed by December 2005: 10 By May 2006, number of loans the SBA had approved from Louisiana: 11,400

Employment Number of jobs eliminated in the Gulf Coast by Hurricane Katrina: 230,000 Permanent employment loss in Louisiana: 100,000 Fourth quarter 2005 employment loss in New Orleans: 50% A year after Katrina, percentage by which New Orleans’ workforce has shrunk: 30 Unemployment rate among Hurricane Katrina evacuees who are now back in their original homes: 4.2% Unemployment rate among evacuees who aren’t back in their original homes: 23% Estimated number of Latino workers that moved to the Gulf Coast after Katrina: 100,000 Percentage of construction workers in New Orleans estimated to be undocumented Latinos: 25 Percent of undocumented workers in Gulf that report not being given protective equipment while working with hazardous substances or in dangerous conditions: 19 Number of U.S. Immigration and Customs Office personnel dispatched to the Gulf in September 2005, including officers for “detention and removal” of undocumented workers: 725

Number of businesses that had actually received checks: 4,200 Amount Entergy's New Orleans subsidiary requested in federal relief after declaring bankruptcy following the storm: $718 million Rate increase proposed by Entergy New Orleans to fund repairs after its request for federal funding was denied: 25 percent Annual profits that Entergy Corp., whose subsidiaries provide electricity to most of the Gulf region, reported earning before Katrina: $909 million Oil production area in Louisiana affected by Katrina: 82% Natural gas production area in Louisiana affected by Katrina: 60% Amount of nation's oil produced by U.S. Gulf Coast region: 33% Amount of nation's natural gas produced by U.S. Gulf Coast region: 20% Percentage of US grain exports handled by U.S. Gulf Coast region: 60 Number of ports in the Gulf Coast region ranked in the Top 12 of the U.S.: 5 Ranking of the South Louisiana port by U.S. cargo volume: #1 Fraction of Louisiana's oyster harvest lost: 2/3 (valued at $181 million) Percentage of Louisiana's tourism income coming from New Orleans: 50

Economic Impact Estimated Cost of damages: $81.2 billion (costliest hurricane in history) Cost of damages resulting from Hurricane Andrew: $26 billion in 1992 ($45 billion in 2005 U.S. dollars) Estimated total economic impact: $200 billion

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APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS DISPLACED FROM THEIR HOMES AS A RESULT OF HURRICANE KATRINA (IN THOUSANDS)

APPROXIMATE NUBER OF EMPTY ISO CONTAINERS CURRENTLY OCCUPYING SPACE AT VARIOUS U.S. PORTS (IN THOUSANDS)

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Biological Aspects In the Clivus system, the breakdown of waste is carried out by organisms that thrive within a temperature range of 20-45 °C. Chief among these are a wide range of bacteria and fungi. Also highly active within the compost system are many invertebrates, such as red worms that transport oxygen and moisture throughout the compost mass while they assist the physical and chemical breakdown. Bulking material (typically, pine shavings or shredded bark mulch) is added to help maintain a porous texture that promotes aeration and good moisture content. Human pathogens are killed not by the heat within the composter but by predatory organisms and the long retention time in the system. Especially important in the composting process are the nitrifying bacteria (e.g., nitrobacter and nitrosomonas) which turn the nitrogen in human waste into nitrites and nitrates—forms of nitrogen plants need for growth. Chemical Aspects One of the most important processes taking place within the compost system is the chemical transformation of the nitrogen in human waste. Most of the nitrogen is contained in urine in the form of urea. In the composter, urea is readily broken down into ammonia and carbon dioxide by a variety of bacteria and fungi. As it passes through the compost mass, nearly all of Composting Toilet Process the ammonia is converted, first to nitrites, and then to nitrates by nitrifying bacteria. Nitrate, incorporated in manufactured fertilizer at great cost and environmental damage, is a form of Composting is the nitrogen readily taken up by plants.

breakdown of organic matter in the presence of aerobic organisms. This is the same process that happens wherever organic matter is exposed to oxygen and moisture: in forests; garden compost piles; lawns; etc. The composting toilet system allows human waste to break down into simple, stable compounds that have value as plant nutrients (i.e., fertilizer).

Two other macro plant nutrients, phosphorous and potassium, along with a wide range of micro-nutrients, are also present in human waste in useful quantities and are captured by the composting process. Separated from the solid matter by the composter design, the compost liquid that results is a stable, high-strength fertilizer. Fecal matter in the compost system is reduced in volume by more than 90%, and breaks down over time. When fully composted, this material looks and smells like topsoil, and is an organically rich soil amendment. Greywater System Process Since greywater—water from sinks, showers, and washing machines—contains only about 10% as much nitrogen as does human waste, it’s far less of a pollution problem. When greywater is put into the aerobic environment of topsoil soon after it has been collected, plants and soil organisms use the nutrients it contains. The nitrogen in greywater is first converted into ammonia by aerobic organisms in the water. Once the greywater is put into topsoil, soil organisms quickly convert the ammonia to nitrate which can then be used by plants. Conclusion By use of the processes described above, the composting toilet and greywater irrigation technologies have the following benefits:

The foam-flush toilet looks and functions much like a conventional toilet fixture. It uses a mixture of bio-compatible soap and water to carry toilet waste to the composting system below via a conventional 4” drain line. Each flush uses only about 3 oz. of water, making it fully compatible with the composting process. Since the foam-flush fixture is using water to carry the waste, it is possible to have it slightly offset from the compost system. Our foam-flush toilet is currently being used in commercial buildings, rest areas, golf courses, and residences.

Ideal for Irrigation and Fertilization Because of the low level of nutrients it contains compared with total wastewater, greywater (water from sinks, showers, laundry, dishwashers) is ideal for irrigation and fertilization of land plants such as turf, trees, and ornamentals. The Clivus Greywater System consists of a dosing basin and irrigation chambers. Greywater flows to the dosing basin, where it is collected and stored for not more than a day. A level switch activates the dosing basin’s effluent pump or gravity siphon (where sufficient slope is available), and greywater is moved to the irrigation chambers. The irrigation chamber is a half-round pipe of 8-12” in diameter, placed within the root zone. The number of irrigation chambers and their lengths are determined by greywater volume, soil characteristics, and site design. Because of the high level of soil activity in the root zone, no filtration is necessary before the greywater enters the chambers. All Clivus Greywater systems are custom-designed based on site conditions.

Saving water that would otherwise be used to carry toilet waste. Protecting water sources from pollution by human waste. Creating fertilizer for use in plant growth. Providing irrigation water for plants.

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90

60

80 TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD (CARGA DINÁMICA TOTAL)

1x 2 – 8 11/2 x 2 – 8

40 10 1x 2 – 7

20

0 0

0

80

90

100

110

20

120

2 1/2 x 3 – 7

3x 4 – 7

11/2 x 2 – 6 / 11/2 x 2 – 6H

0 0

50

100

10

150

20

200

30

198 199

C

6

D

53⁄4

FEET PIES

51⁄16 413⁄16

H J

49⁄16 43⁄8

K

41⁄16

250

40

50

300 60

350

70

80

400 90

450

200

150 40

L

313⁄16

Optional Impeller Impulsor optativo Ordering Code Código de pedido

Dia. Diá.

A

8 1⁄16"

B

75⁄8"

C

7 5⁄16

6'

45

10'

D 7'' 10

E 61/2'' F 63/16''

7.5

G 53/8'' 100 H 51/8''

0

0 0

63⁄16

G

53⁄8

H

51⁄8

NOTA: La bomba dejará pasar una esfera de hasta 3 ⁄16 de pulgada de diámetro.

HP

5H

P

10

20

40

30

0

60

50

5

80

70

15

90

100

110

120

U.S. GPM

25

20

m3⁄ hr

CAPACITY (CAPACIDAD)

DD

1

A Full Range of Product Features The 3656 and 3756 S-Group pumps from Goulds have been designed with technical benefits to meet the needs of users in a variety of water supply, recirculation, and cooling applications. • The model 3656 offers close coupled design for space saving and simplified maintenance. • The model 3756 offers a bearing frame mounted design for flexibility of installation and drive arrangements. • Back pull-out to reduce maintenance down time. • Standard Type 21 mechanical seal for both reliability and availability. Carbon/ceramic/ BUNA standard, with other faces and elastomers available. • 3656/3756 available in all iron, bronze fitted or all bronze construction for application versatility. • Replaceable wearing components include stainless steel shaft sleeve and casing and hub wear rings to maintain peak efficiency.

• Packed box sealing is also available as an option. • Enclosed impeller design, dynamic balancing and renewable wear rings reduce losses affecting performance and pump life. • Suction and discharge pipe connections are NPT threaded, except 3 x 4 – 7 which has 125 lb. ANSI flat faced flanges. • Rigid cast iron motor adapter provides support and registered fits maintain positive unit alignment. • Standard NEMA motor frame, JM or JP shaft extension, C-face mounting, single phase or three phase, 3500 or 1750 RPM. Open drip proof and totally enclosed fan cooled. • Optional explosion proof or high efficiency motors available. • Optional rigid carbon steel bedplate, sheet metal coupling guard and T. B. Woods spacer coupling for 3756 models.

Una amplia gama de variadas características

3656/3756 S-Group Numbering System For All Units Built After June 1, 1998 Sistema de numeración del Grupo S, modelos 3656/3756, para todas las unidades fabricadas luego del 1° de junio de 1998

Las bombas 3656 y 3756 del Grupo S de Goulds han sido diseñadas con beneficios técnicos para satisfacer las necesidades de los usuarios en variadas aplicaciones de suministro y recirculación de agua y aplicaciones de refrigeración.

The various versions of the 3656 and 3756 S-Group are identified by a product code number on the pump label. This number is also the catalog number for the pump. The meaning of each digit in the product code number is shown below. Not all combinations of motor, impeller and seal options are available for every pump model. Please check with Goulds on non-cataloged numbers. Not recommended for operation beyond printed H-Q curve. For critical application conditions consult factory.

• El modelo 3656 cuenta con diseño de acoplamiento corto para ahorrar espacio y simplificar el mantenimiento. • El modelo 3756 cuenta con diseño de montaje sobre bastidor que ofrece gran flexibilidad en los arreglos de instalación y accionamiento. • Desmontaje posterior que reduce el tiempo de inactividad por mantenimiento. • Sello mecánico estándar Tipo 21, brinda gran confiabilidad y asegura la disponibilidad. Estándar de carbono/cerámica/ BUNA, también se encuentran disponibles con otras caras y elastómeros. • Los modelos 3656 y 3756 se fabrican en todo hierro, con accesorios de bronce o en todo bronce, para una mayor versatilidad de aplicación. • Los componentes de desgaste reemplazables incluyen los anillos de desgaste de la carcasa y del rodete y la camisa del eje, de acero inoxidable, para mantener la eficiencia pico. • El diseño de impulsor encerrado, balanceo dinámico y anillos de desgaste reemplazables reducen las pérdidas que afectan el desempeño y la vida de la bomba.

Goulds Pumps is ISO 9001 Registered.

• Las conexiones de succión y descarga son roscadas NPT, con excepción de la bomba de 3 x 4 – 7, que cuenta con bridas de cara lisa ANSI de 125 lbs. • El adaptador rígido del motor, de hierro fundido, ofrece soporte y los montajes registrados mantienen el alineamiento positivo de la unidad. • Motor con bastidor NEMA estándar, extensión de eje JM, montaje en cara C, monofásico o trifásico, 3500 ó 1750 RPM. Abierto a prueba de filtraciones o totalmente encerrado enfriado por ventilador. • Motores a prueba de explosiones y de alta eficiencia disponibles como opción. • Placa de asiento rígida de acero al carbono, protector de acoplamiento de chapa metálica y acoplamiento espaciador T. B. Woods disponibles como opción en los modelos 3756.

Example Product Code, Ejemplo del código de producto 9

BF

1

H

2

G

0

100

High Head Impeller (1 ⁄2 x 2 – 6H Only), Impulsor de carga alta (1 ⁄2 x 2 – 6H únicamente) 1

1

Rotary Rotativo

Stationary Estacionario

0

Carbon, Carbono

Ceramic, Cerámica

1

Carbon, Carbono

Ni-Resist

EPR

2

Carbon, Carbono

Ceramic, Cerámica

Viton, Vitón

3

Carbon, Carbono

Sil-Carbide, Carburo de silicio

Viton, Vitón

4 9

BUNA-N

10K13 Type 316 SS Acero inoxidable tipo 316

10K19

Sil-Carbide, Carburo de silicio Sil-Carbide, Carburo de silicio Viton, Vitón Packed Box Design with BUNA O-ring, Diseño con empaque y anillo en O BUNA

A B C D E F G H J K

22BF 1 x2–7 Dia. 63⁄4" 67⁄16 6 53 ⁄ 4 51 ⁄ 2 51⁄16 413⁄16 49⁄16 43 ⁄ 8 41⁄16

L

313⁄16

9BF 1x2–8 Dia. 81⁄16" 7 5⁄8 7 5⁄16 7 6 1⁄2 6 3⁄16 53 ⁄ 8 51 ⁄ 8

Driver, Elemento motor 1 = 1 PH, ODP 4 = 1PH, TEFC 2 = 3 PH, ODP 5 = 3 PH, TEFC 3 = 575 V, ODP 6 = 575 V, TEFC 1 PH = Monofásiico, 3 PH = Trifásico

3BF 11⁄2 x 2 – 6 11⁄2 x 2 – 6H Dia. Dia. 515⁄16" 515⁄16" 55 ⁄ 8 55 ⁄ 8 51 ⁄ 8 43 ⁄ 4

7 = 3 PH, XP 0 = 1 PH, XP 8 = 575 V, XP 9 = 3 PH, TEFC, PREFF

HP Rating, Potencia nominal, HP C = 1⁄2 HP F = 11⁄2 HP J = 5 HP G = 2 HP K = 71⁄2 HP D = 3⁄4 HP E = 1 HP H = 3 HP L = 10 HP

M = 15 HP N = 20 HP

Driver: Hertz/Pole/RPM, Elemento motor: Hertz/Polos/RPM 1 = 60 Hz, 2 pole, 3500 RPM 4 = 50 Hz, 2 pole, 2900 RPM 2 = 60 Hz, 4 pole, 1750 RPM 5 = 50 Hz, 4 pole, 1450 RPM 3 = 60 Hz, 6 pole, 1150 RPM Material, Material BF= Bronze fitted, Accesorios de bronce

5BF 11⁄2 x 2 – 8 Dia. 81⁄16" 75 ⁄ 8 63 ⁄ 4 53 ⁄ 4 73 ⁄ 4 7 61 ⁄ 4 61 ⁄ 8

AI = All iron, Todo hierro

Pump Size, Tamaño de bomba 3 = 1 1⁄2 x 2 – 6(H) 5 = 11⁄2 x 2 – 8 9 = 1 x 2 – 8 6 = 3 x 4 – 7 22 = 1 x 2 – 7 4 = 2 1⁄2 x 3 – 7

4BF 21⁄2 x 3 – 7 Dia. 71⁄16" 63⁄4 6 3⁄8 57⁄8 55⁄8 57⁄16 51⁄4 415⁄16 43⁄4 41⁄8

Item No. No. Ítem

370

101 103

Impeller, Impulsor Casing wear ring, Anillo de desgaste de la carcasa

108

Adapter, Adaptador

184

Seal housing, Cubierta del sello

126

Shaft sleeve, Camisa del eje

178

Impeller key, Chaveta del impulsor

198

Impeller bolt, Perno del impulsor

199

Impeller washer, Arandela del impulsor

370

Hex head cap screw (adapter to case), Tornillo de cabeza hexagonal (del adaptador a la cubierta)

371

AB = All bronze, Todo bronce

The 1 x 2 – 8 and 1 x 2 – 7 are only available in Bronze Fitted. Los tamaños 1 x 2 – 8 y 1 x 2 – 7 están disponibles con accesorios de bronce únicamente.

408 513

1001

1001

One piece with adapter, Una pieza con adaptador 1101

1

AISI Type 300 series stainless steel Acero inoxidable serie AISI tipo 300

Steel SAE 1200 Grade 5 Acero SAE 1200 grado 5

Hex head cap screw (adapter to motor), Tornillo de cabeza hexagonal (del adaptador al motor) Mechanical Seal Part No. Sello Pieza mecánico No.

383

Para las versiones de montaje en bastidor, reemplazar las letras en esta ubicación con “FRM”.

108 184 112 122 123 126 134 168 178 198 199 228 333A 370 370B 370C

Mechanical Seal Part No. Sello Pieza mecánico No.

Service Servicio

Rotary Rotativo

Service Servicio

Rotary Rotativo

Stationary Estacionario

Standard, Estándar 10K13 Optional, Optativo 10K19

General, General Ceramic, Cerámica Hi-Temp, Alta temp. Carbon Ni-Resist Carbono Chem. Duty Optional, Optativo 10K25 Ceramic, Cerámica Sustancias químicas Pipe plug 1⁄4" or 3⁄8", Tapón de tubos de 1⁄4 de pulgada ó 3⁄8 de pulgada O-ring, Anillo en O

Material Code, Código de material

Elastomers Elastómeros

Metal Parts Partes metálicas

BUNA EPR Viton Vitón

Type 316 SS Acero inoxidable tipo 316

Steel, Acero Bronze, Bronce BUNA-N, BUNA-N

Engineering Standard, Norma de ingeniería Cast iron ASTM A48 CL20, Hierro fundido ASTM A48 CL20

1101

Silicon bronze ASTM B584, C87500, Siliciuro de bronce ASTM B584, C87500

1101

DC DD MAX

Stationary Estacionario

Elastomers Elastómeros

Pump Bomba

NOTA: Esta información corresponde a las construcciones típicas AI y BF. Para el adaptador separado del compartimiento de sellos y construcción en todo bronce, consulte las partes de repuesto. Las bombas salen de la fábrica con la descarga orientada en posición vertical superior de manera estándar. Para modificar la orientación, retirar los pernos de la carcasa, hacer girar la descarga hasta la posición deseada y volver a colocar los pernos, ajustándolos a una torsión de 25 pies/libras. Se ha de notar que la descarga se puede extender por debajo de la superficie de montaje del motor en la posición horizontal inferior; por lo tanto, debe proveerse suficiente espacio.

Metal Parts Partes metálicas

L

E

F

F

⁄4" NPT

1

H - 4 HOLES 4 ORIFICIOS

B

Pump Dimensions and Weights (Dimension “L” determined by Pump and Motor) Peso y dimensiones de la bomba (la dimensión “L” está determinada por la bomba y el motor)

Pumps will be shipped with topvertical discharge position as standard. For other orientations, remove casing bolts – rotate discharge to desired position – replace and tighten bolts to 25 ft./lbs. Note that discharge may extend below motor mounting surface in bottomhorizontal position; adequate clearance must be provided.

Standard, Estándar 10K13 General, General Ceramic, Cerámica BUNA Type 316 SS 383 Optional, Optativo 10K19 Hi-Temp, Alta temp. Carbon Ni-Resist EPR Acero inoxidable Chem. Duty Carbono Ceramic, Cerámica Viton Optional, Optativo 10K25 tipo 316 Sustancias químicas Vitón Pipe plug 1⁄4" or 3⁄8", Tapón de tubos de 1⁄4 de pulgada ó 3⁄8 de pulgada 408 Steel, Acero Bronze, Bronce 513 O-ring, Anillo en O BUNA-N, BUNA-N Material Code, Código de material Engineering Standard, Norma de ingeniería 1101 Cast iron ASTM A48 CL20, Hierro fundido ASTM A48 CL20 1101 Silicon bronze ASTM B584, C87500, Siliciuro de bronce ASTM B584, C87500 1618 Bizmuth brass, Latón al bismuto Packed Box Arrangement, Caja prensaestopas Item No., No. Ítem Description, Descripción Materials, Materiales 105 Lantern ring, Aro de linterna TeflonTM 106 Packing, 5 rings; Empaquetadura, 5 aros Teflon Impregnated, Impregnado de Teflon 107 Gland, Casquillo AISI 316SS 126 Shaft sleeve, Camisa del eje AISI Type 300 Series Stainless Steel 353 Gland stud, Perno del casquillo Acero inoxidable serie AISI tipo 300 355 Gland nut, Tuerca del casquillo

Suction Discharge CP DC Succión Descarga Max. Max.

1x2–7 1x2–8 11⁄2 x 2 – 6 11⁄2 x 2 – 8 21⁄2 x 3 – 7 3x4–7

1

2

11⁄2

3 4*

21 ⁄ 2 3*

30

4 ⁄4

263⁄4 301⁄8 285⁄8 281⁄4

53 ⁄ 8 51 ⁄ 8 53 ⁄ 4

1

DD

R

W

X

Y

Z

31 ⁄ 2 4 31 ⁄ 2 45 ⁄ 8 41 ⁄ 2 51 ⁄ 8

11⁄16

73⁄16 7

51⁄2 53⁄4 41⁄2 5

3 3 ⁄16

4 41 ⁄ 4 31 ⁄ 2 41 ⁄ 4 4 41 ⁄ 2

11⁄4

75⁄16

113⁄16 33 ⁄ 4

3

25⁄8 3 21 ⁄ 2

6

77⁄16

Motor Frame Size, Bastidor 140 180 210 250 L

Wt. (lbs.) Pesos (libras) 52 52 34 54 49 82

131⁄16

139⁄16

133⁄16 1213⁄16

1313⁄16 137⁄16

143 145 182 184 213 TCZ 215 TCZ 213 TCZ 215 TCZ

A

AB (Max.)

B

D

E

61⁄2

5 1⁄4

6

31⁄2

23⁄4

8 1⁄2

5 7⁄8

6 1⁄2

4 1⁄2

3 3⁄4

91⁄2

73⁄8

8

51⁄4

41⁄4

111⁄4

9

91⁄2 113⁄4

61⁄4

5

F

G

2

P Weight (lbs.) (Max.) Pesos (libras)

H

41

⁄8

11

⁄32

65⁄8

3

⁄16

13

⁄32

7 7⁄8

7

⁄32

13

⁄32

95⁄8

⁄4

17

⁄32

111⁄2

1

21⁄2 2 1⁄4 2 3⁄4 2 3⁄4 3 1⁄2 2 3⁄4 3 1⁄2

1

— — — 115⁄8 — —

NOTE: All pumps shipped in vertical discharge position. May be rotated in 90° increments. Tighten casing bolts to 25 ft./lbs. torque.

Motor Dimensions and Weights (may vary with manufacturer)* Peso y dimensiones del motor (pueden variar de acuerdo al fabricante) * Frame Size JP Tamaño del bastidor JP

— — — 147⁄16 1413⁄16 147⁄16

1313⁄16

1213⁄16

57 77 88 122 155 265 320

NOTA: Todas las bombas se embarcan con la descarga en posición vertical. Esta posición puede rotarse en incrementos de 90° . Ajustar los pernos de la carcasa a una torsión de 25 pies/libras.

TCZ indicates west coast fit.

Motor Frames and Horsepower Bastidores del motor y potencia en HP Motor Frame Bastidor del motor 143 JP 145 JP 182 JP 184 JP 213 TCZ 215 TCZ 254 TCZ 256 TCZ

3500 RPM 1 Phase 3 Phase ODP TEFC ODP TEFC — — — — — — 3 2,3 3 — 5 — 5 — 71⁄2 5 71⁄2 — 10 71⁄2 10 — 15 10,15 — — 20 — — — 25 —

1750 RPM 1 Phase 3 Phase ODP TEFC ODP TEFC — — 1 — — — 11⁄2,2 11⁄2,2 3 — 3 3 — — 5 5 5 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — —

All dimensions in inches and weights in lbs. Do not use for construction purposes. Todas las dimensiones están en pulgadas, el peso en libras. No utilizar para fines de construcción. TCZ indicates west coast fit.

15

17

3756 S-Group Dimensions and Weights Grupo S, modelo 3756 - Peso y dimensiones

Mechanical Seal Sello mecánico

AB MAX.

Z

DISCHARGE DESCARGA

R

Mechanical Seal Sello mecánico

Bizmuth brass, Latón al bismuto

1618 Description Descripción

Materials Materiales

105

Lantern ring, Aro de linterna

TeflonTM

106

Packing, 5 rings; Empaquetadura, 5 aros

Teflon Impregnated, Impregnado de Teflon

107

Gland, Casquillo

126

Shaft sleeve, Camisa del eje

353

Gland stud, Perno del casquillo

355

Gland nut, Tuerca del casquillo

CP MAX.

W

CP

1

E

3

Para la construcción separada del compartimiento del sello y el adaptador, materiales de bronce únicamente, consulte la página de piezas de repuesto. NOTE: Pumps will be shipped with top-vertical discharge position as standard. For other orientations, remove casing bolts – rotate discharge to desired position – replace and tighten bolts to 25 ft./lbs. Note that discharge may extend below motor mounting surface in bottom-horizontal position; adequate clearance must be provided. NOTA: Las bombas salen de la fábrica con la descarga orientada en posición vertical superior de manera estándar. Para modificar la orientación, retirar los pernos de la carcasa, hacer girar la descarga hasta la posición deseada y volver a colocar los pernos, ajustándolos a una torsión de 25 pies/libras. Se ha de notar que la descarga se puede extender por debajo de la superficie de montaje del motor en la posición horizontal inferior; por lo tanto, debe proveerse suficiente espacio.

1

AISI 316SS AISI Type 300 Series Stainless Steel Acero inoxidable serie AISI tipo 300

F

F

⁄4" NPT

B

Suction Discharge CP DC Succión Descarga Max. Max.

1x2–7 1x2–8 11 ⁄ 2 x 2 – 6 11 ⁄ 2 x 2 – 8 21 ⁄ 2 x 3 – 7 3x4–7

DD 3 ⁄2 4 31 ⁄ 2 45 ⁄ 8 41 ⁄ 2 51 ⁄ 8 1

1

2

11 ⁄ 2

3 4*

21 ⁄ 2 3*

27

4 1⁄4

233⁄4 271⁄8 255⁄8 251⁄4

53 ⁄ 8 51 ⁄ 8 53 ⁄ 4

R

W

X

Y

Z

11⁄16

4 ⁄8 3 15⁄16

5 ⁄2 53⁄4 41⁄2 5

3 33⁄16

4 41 ⁄ 4 31 ⁄ 2 41 ⁄ 4 4 41 ⁄ 2

1

11⁄4

1

41⁄4

113⁄16 33 ⁄ 4

25⁄8 3 21 ⁄ 2

6

43 ⁄ 8

Wt. (lbs.) Pesos (libras) 52 52 34 54 49 82

Motor Dimensions and Weights (may vary with manufacturer)* Peso y dimensiones del motor (pueden variar de acuerdo al fabricante) * Frame Size JM Tamaño del bastidor JM 143 145 182 184 213 215 254 TCZ 256 TCZ

A

AB (Max.)

B

D

E

61⁄2

5 1⁄4

6

31⁄2

23⁄4

8 1⁄2

5 7⁄8

6 1⁄2

4 1⁄2

3 3⁄4

91⁄2

73⁄8

8

51⁄4

41⁄4

111⁄4

9

91⁄2 113⁄4

61⁄4

5

F 2 21⁄2 2 1⁄4 2 3⁄4 2 3⁄4 3 1⁄2 41⁄8 5

G

P Weight (lbs.) (Max.) Pesos (libras)

H

1

⁄8

11

⁄32

65⁄8

⁄16

13

⁄32

7 7⁄8

⁄32

13

⁄32

95⁄8

⁄4

17

⁄32

111⁄2

3

7

1

41 57 77 97 122 155 265 320

23 ⁄ 4

KEYWAY CHAVETERO 1 ⁄4 x 1⁄8

DC DD MAX 1

23 ⁄ 4

5

L

7

1

Pump Bomba 1 x 2 –7 1x2–8 11⁄2 x 2 – 6 11⁄2 x 2 – 8 21⁄2 x 3 – 7 3x4–7

Suction Discharge CP Succión Descarga 1

163⁄8

11⁄2

161⁄2

21⁄2 3*

167⁄8 161⁄2

2 3 4*

DC Max. 41⁄4 53 ⁄ 8 51 ⁄ 8 53 ⁄ 4

R

W

X

Y

Z

Wt.(lbs.) Pesos (libras)

11⁄16

41 ⁄ 8 3 15⁄16

51 ⁄ 2 53 ⁄ 4 41 ⁄ 2 5

3 33⁄16

4 41⁄4 31⁄2 41⁄4 4 41⁄2

84 84 66 86 81 114

DD

L

31 ⁄ 2 4 31 ⁄ 2 45 ⁄ 8 41 ⁄ 2 51 ⁄ 8

73 ⁄ 4

11 ⁄ 4

81 ⁄ 8 73 ⁄ 4

113⁄16 33 ⁄ 4

8

41⁄4 43⁄8

6

25 ⁄ 8 3 21 ⁄ 2

*For use with ANSI class 150 mating flange. All others are NPT connections. * Para uso con brida de contacto ANSI clase 150. Todas las demás son conexiones NTP.

NOTA: Todas las bombas se embarcan con la descarga en posición vertical. Esta posición puede rotarse en incrementos de 90° . Ajustar los pernos de la carcasa a una torsión de 25 pies/libras.

3500 RPM

1 Phase ODP TEFC 3 — ⁄4,1,11⁄2 — 2 3 3 5 3,5 71 ⁄ 2 — 10 — — — — —

3 Phase ODP TEFC 3 ⁄4,1,11⁄2 ⁄4,1,11⁄2 2,3 2,3 5 3 71 ⁄ 2 5 10 71 ⁄ 2 15 10,15 20 — 25 20,25

3

⁄4

NOTE: All pumps shipped in vertical discharge position. May be rotated in 90° increments. Tighten casing bolts to 25 ft./lbs. torque. Dimensions in inches, weights in lbs. Do not use for construction purposes.

NOTA: Todas las bombas se embarcan con la descarga en posición vertical. Esta posición puede rotarse en incrementos de 90° . Ajustar los pernos de la carcasa a una torsión de 25 pies/libras. Dimensiones en pulgadas, peso en libras. No utilizar para fines de construcción.

Motor Frames and Horsepower Bastidores del motor y potencia en HP Motor Frame Bastidor del motor 143 JP 145 JP 182 JP 184 JP 213 TCZ 215 TCZ 254TCZ 256TCZ

3

4 HOLES 4 ORIFICIOS 7 ⁄16 DIA. ⁄2

6 1⁄2

⁄4" NPT

Pump Dimensions and Weights (Dimension “L” determined by Pump and Motor) Peso y dimensiones de la bomba (la dimensión “L” está determinada por la bomba y el motor)

NOTE: All pumps shipped in vertical discharge position. May be rotated in 90° increments. Tighten casing bolts to 25 ft./lbs. torque.

1750 RPM

1 Phase ODP TEFC 1 3 — ⁄2, ⁄4 — 1,11⁄2 3 2,3 — — 5 — — — — — — —

3 Phase ODP TEFC 1 3 ⁄2,3⁄4,1 ⁄2, ⁄4,1 11⁄2,2 11⁄2,2 3 3 5 5 71 ⁄ 2 71 ⁄ 2 — — — — — —

1

All dimensions in inches and weights in lbs. Do not use for construction purposes. Todas las dimensiones están en pulgadas, el peso en libras. No utilizar para fines de construcción.

Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan RESEARCH

51⁄4

Motor Frame Size, Bastidor 140 180 210 250 L — — 103⁄4 10 — — — — 101⁄2 9 3⁄4 113⁄8 115⁄8 101⁄8 103⁄4 113⁄4 — 93⁄4 103⁄8 113⁄8 —

14

SYSTEMS & EQUIPMENT

H - 4 HOLES 4 ORIFICIOS

Pump Dimensions and Weights (Dimension “L” determined by Pump and Motor) Peso y dimensiones de la bomba (la dimensión “L” está determinada por la bomba y el motor) Pump Bomba

1.125 DIA. 1.124

SUCTION SUCCIÓN

L

E

W

Y

X

DC DD MAX

D

A

For separate seal housing and adapter construction, all bronze material only, see repair parts page.

2

DISCHARGE DESCARGA

R

P MAX.

Packed Box Arrangement, Caja prensaestopas Item No. No. Ítem

Y

X SUCTION SUCCIÓN

G

Materials, Materiales All Iron Bronze Fitted All Bronze Todo hierro Accesorios de bronce Todo bronce 1001 1101 1101 1001 1618 1618

Description Descripción

10K27

For frame mounted version, substitute the letters “FRM” in these positions.

Casing, Carcasa 1001 1101 Impeller, Impulsor 1101 1001 Casing wear ring, 1618 1618 Anillo de desgaste de la carcasa Adapter, Adaptador 1001 1001 Seal housing, Cubierta del sello One piece with adapter, Una pieza con adaptador 1101 Ball bearing (outboard), Cojinete de bolas (exterior) Steel, Acero Shaft, Eje AISI 300 Series SS and carbon steel, Acero inoxidable serie AISI 300 y acero al carbono V-ring (Deflector), Anillo en V (Deflector) BUNA-N Shaft sleeve, Camisa del eje AISI Type 303 SS, Acero inoxidable AISI tipo 303 Bearing cover, Cubierta del cojinete 1001 Ball bearing (inboard), Cojinete de bolas (interior) Steel, Acero Impeller key, Chaveta del impulsor AISI Type 303 Series SS Impeller screw, Tornillo del impulsor Acero inoxidable serie AISI tipo 300 Impeller washer, Arandela del impulsor Bearing frame, Marco de cojinete 1001 Lip seal, Sello con reborde Hex head cap screw (adapter to case), Tornillo de cabeza hexagonal (del adaptador a la cubierta) Hex head cap screw (adapter to bearing frame),Tornillo de cabeza hexagonal (del adaptador al marco de cojinetes) Steel SAE 1200 Grade 5 Hex head cap screw (bearing cover to frame),Tornillo de Acero SAE 1200 grado 5 cabeza hexagonal (de la cubierta de cojinetes al marco) Retaining ring, Anillo de retención

100 101 103

Packed Box Arrangement Caja prensaestopas

Casing, Carcasa

6BF 3x4–7 Dia. 71⁄16" 63⁄8 51⁄2 411⁄16 51⁄8 6

D

A

NOTE: Above shows typical AI or BF construction. For separate seal housing adapter, all bronze construction, see repair parts.

Materials, Materiales All Iron Bronze Fitted All Bronze Todo hierro Accesorios de bronce Todo bronce

Description Descripción

E

Packed Box Arrangement Caja prensaestopas

123

355

371

100

Impeller Option Code, Código de opción de impulsor Impeller Code, Código del impulsor

408

10K25 10K64 15K3

370 370B

353

126

Elastomers Metal Parts Part Numbers Elastómeros Partes metálicas Número de pieza

408

Z

AISI 1045 steel motor shaft extension (typical) Extensión del eje del motor de acero AISI 1045 (típico)

383

Seal Code Código del sello

382

383

126

198

199

Mechanical Seal and O-ring, Sello mecánico y anillo en O

SUCTION SUCCIÓN

CP MAX.

W

P MAX. G

3656 S-Group Dimensions and Weights Grupo S, modelo 3656 - Peso y dimensiones

Back wearing ring on S-Group (21⁄2 x 3 – 7) only Anillo de desgaste posterior en el Grupo S (21⁄2 x 3 – 7) únicamente.

101 178

103

H

X

Y

105 106 107

108

513

DISCHARGE DESCARGA

R

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Las diferentes versiones de los modelos 3656 y 3756 del Grupo S se identifican con un número de código de producto en la etiqueta de la bomba. Este número es también el número de catálogo de la bomba. A continuación se ilustra el significado de cada dígito en el código del producto. No todas las combinaciones de motor, impulsor y sellos están disponibles para cada modelo. Consulte a Goulds sobre números que no aparecen en el catálogo. No se recomienda la operación más allá de la curva impresa de H-Q (cargacapacidad). Para aplicaciones bajo condiciones críticas, consulte con la fábrica.

Z

355

382

61⁄2

F

NOTE: Pump will pass a sphere to 3⁄16" diameter.

HP

AB MAX.

126

353

7

E

3H P

2H P

10

m3⁄ hr

% EFF

C 75/16''

50

GALLONS PER MINUTE (GALONES POR MINUTO)

D

50

20

U.S. GPM

100

40

50

50

30

35

B 7 5/8''

Packed Box Caja prensaestopas

106 107

134

Item No. No. Ítem

m3⁄ hr

4'

A 81/16'' DIA.

250

70 60

NPSHR-FT (PIES) 3' 25 30

300

105

370C

126

51⁄2

F G

U.S. GPM

NOTE: Not recommended for operation beyond Model 3656/3756 S-Group 3500 RPM printed H-Q curve. 9 BF / Size (Tamaño) 1 x 2 – 8 ODP & TEFC NOTA: No se recomienda la operación más allá de la curva impresa de H-Q (carga-capacidad). Imp. Dwg. 120-67

112

103

130

25

100

20

W

70 15

178

63⁄4" 67⁄16

CAPACITY (CAPACIDAD)

1750 Coverage Curve, Curva de alcance 1750

CP

60

10

Dia. Diá.

B

NOTA: La bomba dejará pasar una esfera de hasta 3 ⁄16 de pulgada de diámetro.

2.0 HP

3656 S-Group Dimensions and Weights Grupo S, modelo 3656 - Peso y dimensiones

122

101

NOTE: Pump will pass a sphere to 3⁄16" diameter.

3.0 HP

228

100

A

E

60%

D 53/4

GALLONS PER MINUTE (GALONES POR MINUTO)

F

Ordering Code Código de pedido

15'

140 C 6

513 108 168

Optional Impeller Impulsor optativo

7'

60%

L 313/16

m3⁄ hr

180

NOTE: Not recommended for operation beyond printed H-Q curve. NOTA: No se recomienda la operación más allá de la curva impresa de H-Q (carga-capacidad).

80 H 49/16 20

U.S. GPM

160

3500 RPM

B 67/16

160

120

800

80

E

40

10

100

0

A

Y

50

Estas curvas ilustran el desempeño de los modelos 3656 y 3756 operando a 3500 RPM y 1750 RPM en 60 Hz, y a 2900 RPM y 1450 RPM en 50 Hz. Se muestran los diámetros de impulsor estándar.

NPSH FEET (PIES) 5' 40% 4' 47% 52% 55%

30% EFF

3 180 A 6 /4'' DIA.

1x2–8

0

TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD (CARGA DINÁMICA TOTAL)

E

240

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SUCTION, SUCCIÓN

METERS FEET METROS PIES

80

Cast Iron Bronze Fitted Centrifugal Pumps

BG

Model 3656/3756 S-Group 22 BF / Size (Tamaño) 1 x 2 – 7 Imp. Dwg. 277-75

300

TOTAL DYNAMIC HEAD (CARGA DINÁMICA TOTAL)

W REF.

METERS FEET METROS PIES

60

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Performance Curves – 60 Hz, 3500 RPM Curvas de desempeño – 60 Hz, 3500 RPM These curves show the performance of the 3656 and 3756 at 3500 RPM and 1750 RPM, 60 Hz, and at 2900 RPM and 1450 RPM, 50 Hz. Standard impeller trims are shown.

3500 Coverage Curve, Curva de alcance 3500

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ADVANTAGES OF RADIANT HEAT Studies conducted by the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) indicate that with radiant heating systems people can be comfortable at temperatures 6°F to 8°F lower than with convective systems. Forced-air and baseboard (whether electric or hot-water) heating systems are convective systems because they use air as the primary heat-transfer medium. Typically, heating outlets or baseboards are placed on outside walls, and the system is designed to fill the area with warm air until the preset temperature on the thermostat is reached. The warm air rises to the ceiling until it cools, falling to the floor for return to the furnace or to fill the convective vacuum created by a baseboard heater. Air stratification and heat loss to the ceiling are significant with convective heat. Air is transparent to the transfer of radiant energy, which occurs directly from warmer to cooler objects. With radiant ceiling heat, the temperature varies only about 2°F to 4°F between the ceiling and the floor, with the floor being about 2°F warmer than the air. And radiant floor heating results in reverse stratification. Humidification is unnecessary with a radiant system because radiant heat does not alter residential air moisture content, which is generally adequate if the air isn’t dried out by combustion or by increased infiltration of cold, dry outside air. Glass, particularly low-e glass, reflects long-wave radiance produced by residential radiant systems. This greenhouse effect serves to contain radiant energy within the heated building cavity, reducing heat loss. Air-infiltration heat loss is reduced with radiant heat. Air infiltration and exfiltration increase as the difference between inside and outside temperature (ΔT) becomes larger. When superheated air from a furnace or baseboard heater flows against relatively cold exterior walls, the increased temperature differential results in a stack effect that draws cold air into the house through any cracks. With radiant systems, the air is only warmed to the temperature of the thermostat setting (which is usually lower to start with), so the temperature differential at the outside wall is less, thereby reducing air infiltration. When applied to the sizing of a radiant system, conventional heat-loss analysis often includes a reduction in design temperature from 70°F to 65°F and a 10% to 25% reduction in building air infiltration, exfiltration, stratification and glass heat loss. The average 65°F radiant comfort temperature with 59°F day/night setback should reduce building heat load by 25% to 35% over convective systems.

There are many ways to take advantage of the benefits of radiant heating and cooling. Some heating system concepts are at least 100 years old. They are familiar and well accepted. Other systems are newer and more innovative. We urge you to at least take a look at these modern systems. The newer and more innovative systems can offer significant advantages in terms of price, energy efficiency, environmental sensitivity and simplicity. Some can be readily converted to alternative energy sources such as solar, where the older ones cannot. The decision about which system to go with is a personal one. You must consider budget, architecture, your comfort level with innovation and the dictates of your local building codes. Radiantec offers several kinds of systems. The technicians at Radiantec Company are ready to help with your decision. We want to help you get the best possible result with your project. GLOSSARY AND TERMINOLOGY SECTION – If you see words and expressions that you are not familiar with, just consult this section. Understanding the meaning of the following phrases will make it easier to understand your heating system options. BOILER A boiler is a heating device that is engineered to make very hot water (up to 250 degrees F, under pressure) for radiators and baseboards. Many boilers do not work well at lower temperatures and may need expensive controls to make the adjustment. DOMESTIC HOT WATER HEATER A domestic water heater is engineered to make moderate temperature water. A storage tank is often provided, and additional precautions are taken to prevent corrosion. There is a potential for higher efficiency with a hot water heater because of lower operating temperature and lower exhaust gas temperature, but many low end water heaters do not take advantage of this potential. HEAT EXCHANGER A heat exchanger is a device that exchanges the heat from one fluid to another without a mixing of the fluids. A typical use would be to keep the potable domestic hot water separate from the boiler fluid. CLOSED SYSTEM A closed heating system is one which is closed off from the environment and its heating fluid is not changed except for maintenance. OPEN SYSTEM An open system is one that is open to the atmosphere or one in which the heating fluid is replaced often. A domestic hot water heater is an open system because the heated fluid is constantly changed. Open systems require different mechanicals and materials. POTABLE Potable means fit to drink. DIRECT SYSTEM A direct system is one in which the potable hot water in the water heater is used for space heating and domestic hot water for doing dishes, laundry, taking showers, etc. There is no separation between the two. INDIRECT SYSTEM An indirect system is one in which the heat from the heating unit passes through a heat exchanger before it goes to the in floor tubes.

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How to Use

Muting the Remote Controller Remote Controller (RC-7649M)

TANKLESS GAS WATER HEATER

Owner’s Guide Model N-0751M-OD

WARNING

1

What is actually displayed depends on how the water heater is set.

If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury, or death.

- Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance. - WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS • Do not try to light any appliance. • Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building. • Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s instructions. • If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department. - Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier.

Burner On Indicator

Setting Buttons

When burning, the indicator is lit. ( p.13 and 15)

For setting the hot water temperature, the flow meter alarm, and other settings.

Priority Indicator

The remote controller will emit a sound when any button is pushed. This sound can be muted if it is desired.

2(

Set temperature.

* Initial factory setting is with sound

Always check the temperature setting before use.

1

For turning the heater on and off.

Flow Meter Setting The display will flash after hitting the flow meter alarm set button. ( p.15)

For setting the flow meter alarm. ( p.14 - 15)

No sound after 5 sec.

Tone sounds after 5 sec.

(°F:

)

The temperature settings below are examples. The temperature setting necessary depends on the usage, the length of piping and the time of year.

The maximum output temperature Contact the installer or Noritz America can be set using the remote when setting the maximum output temcontroller. ( p.16) perature in this range.

100

2

Front Cover

Note:

Shower, hot water supply, etc.

*Initial factory setting is 110°F

Flow meter setting will be flashing (ex. 45 gal.) * The level can only be adjusted while the indicator is flashing. * After ten seconds, the remote will again display the temperature.

15 How to Use

Flow Meter Alarm

Adjusting the Maximum Output Temperature

2 1

2,3 1 3

(Starting with the Power Off)

1

Press the Power On/Off Button. On

Open the water supply valve.

3 1 2

OPEN

CLOSED

The temperature will be displayed on the remote control thermostat.

Open a hot water fixture to confirm that water is available, and then close the fixture again.

(Starting with the power off)

On

Preparation

1

Press the Power On/Off Button

1. Plug the bath drain.

p.20)

On

DANGER

Open the gas supply valve.

2(

Set temperature.

Always check temperature setting before use.

1

)

Turn off the power.

Hot

Off

2

Press and hold the flow meter alarm set button until a sound is heard (2 sec.).

4

Up Down

Cold The temperature will be displayed on the remote control thermostat.

To prevent scalding:

On

Check the indicator lights.

The upper limit of the hotwater supply temperature can be changed to 100°F, 105°F, 110°F, 115°F, 120°F, 125°F, 130°F, 135°F or 140°F.

• Children, disabled and elderly are at the highest risk of being scalded.

Turn on the power.

Feel water temperature before bathing or showering. Temperature limiting valves are available, ask professional person.

Remote Controller Display

Previous set temperature (example:110°F)

• When setting the unit to 125°F or higher, the temperature display will flash for 10 seconds and emit a tone as a high temperature warning. • Take caution when using the unit again after setting to 125°F or higher. Always check the set temperature before use.

Water temperature

4

Flashes for 10 sec

• Do not allow anyone to change the water temperature while hot water is running.

10

Change the temperature using the setting buttons.

High Temperature

* The above illustration shows an example of installation. The exact installation configuration may be slightly different.

8

3

Tone sounds after 2 sec.

Hot Water Heater temperatures over 125°F can cause severe burns instantly or death from scalding. Gas Supply Valve

Off

High temperature

Previous set temperature (Ex.: 110°F)

3

On

105 110 115 120 125 130 135 140 145 150 160 170 180

How to Use

Water Drain Valve (with Water Filter)

Water Supply Valve

The alarm will not sound if it is set for 990 gal.

If the flow meter alarm is being used to indicate when a tub is full: • If any hot water is being used besides what is going into the tub, the alarm will sound before the tub is full. • If there was water in the tub before the fill began, or if the water is not shut off manually when the alarm sounds, the tub may overflow. • If there was water in the tub before the fill began, the temperature in the tub after it is full may be different from the temperature setting.

Hot water fixture

Pressure Relief Valve

Note:

The alarm will not sound if it is set for 990 gal.

Setting and Using the Water Heater

1 through 4.

Air Inlet

(

The alarm will sound when the set level has been reached. Stop the water.

How to Use

Before the first use of your water heater, make the following preparations.

1

Turn off the hot water when the alarm sounds.

13

Initial Operation

Exhaust Vent

5

Decrease

9

Follow steps

Turn on hot water.

Choose the flow meter alarm setting from the following options: 10 - 60 (In 5 gallon intervals), 70 - 100 (In 10 gallon intervals), or 990 gallons.

• The flow meter alarm cannot be muted. • The high temperature warning tone when setting the unit to 125°F or higher will not emit a sound when muted.

Main Unit

)

120

Hot

* Initial factory setting: 110°F

Press the flow meter alarm set button (the setting will flash on the display) and adjust with the setting buttons.

* For most residential applications, the recommended setting temperature is 120°F or less. For applications that occasionally require a higher temperature setting, locate the remote controller in a convenient location. * Consult local codes for minimum operating temperatures.

Outdoor Wall Hanging Model

(Inside Water Inlet)

Off

If fixtures incorporate mixing valves, set the temperature higher than usual.

General Parts

115

Increase

A number will flash if a failure occurs. ( p.24)

*SAR8559 T*

110

Warmer

Sound

Muted

NORITZ America Corporation SAR8559-2 Rev. 03/08

On

4

Adjust flow meter alarm setting.

Water temperature

Washing dishes, etc.

Low NOx Approved by SCAQMD

3

Hold the Power On/Off Button for five seconds.

Flow Meter Alarm Set Button

Error Code

105

Warm

The water will continue to run unless it is manually turned off.

Check the indicator lights. Power On/Off Button

(Ex.: 110°F)

The temperatures settings below are only examples. The temperature setting necessary will depend on the usage, the length of piping and the time of year.

100

Cold

When this indicator is lit, the hot water temperature can be set. ( p.12) Temperature Setting

Turn off the hot water.

To set the flow meter alarm:

Thank you for purchasing this Noritz Tankless Gas Water Heater. Before using, please: Read this manual completely for operation instructions. Completely fill out the warranty registration card (included separately) and mail the detachable portion to Noritz America Corporation. Keep this manual (and the remainder of the warranty registration card) where it can be found whenever necessary. Installation must conform with local codes, or in the absence of local codes, the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54. Noritz America reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, the designs and/or specifications of its products without notice.

R

)

4

Turn on hot water.

(°F:

Hot

* Before use, remove the protective sheet from the remote controller surface.

CERTIFIED

3

Water Temperature

An alarm will sound for ten seconds when the flow reaches the set level.

12

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Radiant Radiator

BASERAY RATINGS

The second most common noise complaint—air gurgling in the system piping—is less likely to occur because of the large water cavity design of the Baseray. The larger volume of water promotes easier air elimination with the use of manual or automatic vents, assuring quiet, comfortable heating.

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Steam and Hot Water I=B=R WATER RATINGS BTUH Per Linear Foot At Average Water Temperatures Indicated

MODEL FLOW I=B=R NO. RATE STEAM RATING Lb./Hr. Sq. Ft. 9A

BTU/Hr. 150°F 160°F 170°F 180°F 190°F 195°F 200°F 210°F 220°F 230°F At 215°F

2000

3.40

820

410

480

550

620

690

720

750

810

880

940

500

3.40

820

390

450

520

590

650

680

710

770

830

890

Where the water flow rate through the Baseray is not known, the ratings at the standard flow rate of 500 Lb./Hr. (1GPM)must be used. I=B=R Ratings are determined from tests made in accordance with the I=B=R Testing and Rating Code for baseboard type radiation, including an allowance of 15% for heating effect permitted by the Code. Maximum allowable working pressure - 30 PSI, water; 15 PSI, steam. Water content - 0.3 gal./lineal foot.

Baseray assemblies up to and including 6 lineal ft. are shipped in one piece. Longer assemblies are shipped in two or more pieces or sub-assemblies, none of which exceeds 6 lineal feet.

Baseray® Baseboard

18" Left End

24" Left End

24" Int.

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24" 12" 18" 24" Right Right Panel Panel End End -

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1

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2 Ft. Assembly

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2-1/2 Ft. Assembly

1

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1

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3 Ft. Assembly

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1

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1

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1

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1

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1

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1

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4-1/2 Ft. Assembly

1

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1

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1

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5 Ft. Assembly

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1

1

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1

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3-1/2 Ft. Assembly

5-1/2 Ft. Assembly

1

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1

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1

1

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6 Ft. L.H. Sub-Assembly

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1

1

Burnham’s line of cast iron heat distributors offers the benefits of hot water or steam heat together with the advantages of cast iron construction for a lifetime of durability and trouble-free performance. Isn’t that what you’re looking for in your home?

Radiant Heat Brings Sunshine Indoors

Imagine a sunny winter day with calm winds and the temperature hovering at 32°F. While standing in the radiant rays of the sun, you don’t seem to mind the freezing temperature. As a matter of fact, you feel comfortable. But, if you walk under a shaded overhang, you feel really cold. This simple sun/shade analogy illustrates the radiant heat principle at work. Just as the sun’s rays warmed you and your surroundings on that winter day, Burnham’s cast iron heat distributors will warm you, the floors, walls, and the furniture in your rooms. At the heart of the heating system is a Burnham boiler, which generates hot water or steam and is then, circulated through pipes to heat every room in your home. Because water absorbs heat so quickly, it can be circulated efficiently throughout your home, allowing you to accurately control the temperature of each room. This type of home heating, referred to as hydronic heating, has proven itself over the years to be the most comfortable and economical

home heating system available. So it’s not surprising that it is the preferred heating method of knowledgeable builders, architects, engineers, and homeowners. Heat and comfort go hand-in-hand at Burnham which is why its cast iron heat distributors, like the Baseboard, Radiant Radiators, and Slenderized Radiators are such an integral part of Burnham’s complete home heating offer.

The Advantages of Hydronic Heating

The advantages of a well designed properly maintained hydronic system are long term comfort and economy. You’ll never experience hot or cold spots, nor will you feel drafts so common with forced air systems. No drafts and no moving air means no circulation of smoke, odor, pollen or dust from room to room making your home cleaner and healthier—which is just another benefit of the comfort of hydronic heat. Hydronic systems can be easily zoned, saving fuel and providing comfortable temperatures in the various living areas of your home. Zoning allows the thermostats of different areas or rooms of your home to be adjusted to the desired temperature for the use of that area. For example, you may want your family room warm for watching TV, but you want your bedrooms cooler for more comfortable sleeping. Putting these two areas on two different zones allows this versatility.

2

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3

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All R.H. Sub-Assemblies

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Req'd #

1

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3

BURNHAM HYDRONICS CAST IRON HEAT DISTRIBUTORS A Heating Investment That Lasts a Lifetime

2

6 Ft. Center Sub-Assembly

L.H.

CENTER

6-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

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7 Ft.

6 Ft.

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1 Ft.

7-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

-

2 Ft.

8 Ft.

6 Ft.

-

2 Ft.

8-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

-

3 Ft.

The Security of the Burnham Hydronics Name

When you select Burnham, you’re buying more than just an appliance. Burnham is dedicated to providing you with a heating system that operates efficiently and effectively. So, if you’re investigating a heating system for your new home, or if you’re planning to modernize or expand your present hydronic heating system, choose Burnham. Burnham is the one company you can rely on for your complete home heating comfort. Whether you prefer hot water or steam heat, oil or gas, Burnham has a boiler designed to heat your home and keep you and your family comfortable. Add to the efficiency of any boiler with the Alliance™ family of indirect water heaters, electronic controls, radiant heat pipe and

A Burnham Hydronics Original Baseray is the original cast iron radiant baseboard designed by Burnham with performance and dependability in mind. Its low profile, sleek design fits well with any décor, and it can be painted with a high-grade enamel paint to coordinate with your room’s color scheme.

Comfortable, Even Heat

horizontal and vertical directions. Installed on exterior walls, Baseray radiators radiate uniform heat throughout the room, resulting in a less than two-degree temperature variation from floor to ceiling and eliminating drafts. Once installed, Baseray is filled with heated water from top to bottom. The cast iron construction of the Baseray baseboard cools slowly, providing evenly balanced comfort long after the boiler has shut down. Metal fabricated baseboards hold only a small volume of water, which results in rapid temperature reduction.

Although its low profile may be misleading, Baseray cast iron baseboard supplies more than five times as much radiant heat as thin metal fabricated baseboard. Its design allows free airflow over the integral cast iron fins allowing the baseboard to emit more radiant heat into the living space. Also, because of Baseray’s design, heat is disbursed in both

3 Tube ... ... 1.75 2.00 2.33 3.00 3.50

RATING - Square Feet Per Section 4 Tube 5 Tube 6 Tube ... ... ... ... ... ... 2.25 2.67 3.0 2.50 3.00 3.5 2.75 3.50 4.0 3.50 4.33 5.0 4.25 5.00 6.0

1 Ft.

9 Ft.

6 Ft.

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3 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

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4 Ft.

10 Ft.

6 Ft.

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4 Ft.

10-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

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5 Ft.

11 Ft.

6 Ft.

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11-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

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12-1/2 Ft.

5-1/2 Ft.

6 Ft.

1 Ft.

13 Ft.

6 Ft.

6 Ft.

1 Ft.

Note: Available in any length with similar sub-assemblies. Maximum recommended length for steam: 10 Ft.

Height 14" 17" 19" 22" 25" 32"

14" 17" 18" 20" 22" 23" 26" 32" 38" 44" 45"

baseboard radiant graphic

Durable Construction and Quiet Operation Since Burnham’s Baseray baseboard heat distributors are constructed in one piece of cast iron, you can rest easy knowing that they will provide uniform heat year after year. They are corrosion resistant and can withstand everyday abuse. They won’t dent, bend, or come apart, unlike the multi-metal fabricated baseboard units. Quiet operation is essential to a homeowner with a hydronic heating system. Expansion noises—that annoying pinging sound during the warm-up and cool down cycle—and air trapped in the system are the two most common homeowner complaints. Baseray baseboard’s one-piece cast iron construction virtually eliminates expansion noises created during the heating and cooling cycles. Different metal expansion rates create the noises prevalent with other hydronic heat distributors.

Comfort for Your Home or Office

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G

1"

7/8"

2-1/2"

9-7/8"

1-3/4"

1-3/4"

3/4"

1. Fins 2. Tie Bolt 3. Push Nipple

5"

B

C

Burnham radiators can be easily installed one room at a time when replacing existing bulky, old-fashioned radiators. And best of all, no extensive repiping is required. As you expand your home over the years, your hydronic heating system can usually be expanded to heat additional rooms. Supplementary radiators can be added to provide heat for a basement family room, an enclosed porch, or a converted attic. Consult your Burnham Home Heating Team contractor to discuss and evaluate your expansion capabilities.

All Burnham radiators are constructed of durable cast iron. They won’t dent, bend or come apart, even after years of service. In fact, Burnham radiators could outlast your home. The radiator’s cast iron construction ensures extended warming time. When the circulator shuts off you will not have a sensation of sudden cooling because of the volume of water inside the radiator system and the ability of cast iron to retain and emit heat. Another benefit of cast iron construction is the quiet operation. Expansion noises are virtually eliminated, so you get home heating comfort that is felt, not heard.

Radiant

Dimensions

Ideal for Remodeling

Made of Durable Cast Iron

Dimensions

Radiant Radiator Advantages Burnham’s Radiant radiator can be fully or partially recessed into a wall to maximize your living or work space. The piping is on the inside to allow for a cleaner installation, and the optional grill can be added to cover all piping and valves. So for maximum heat output in a convenient size, choose the Radiant radiator.

Slenderized D

E

F

G*

20" 2-3/4" 4-1/2" 1-7/8" 1-1/4" 1/8"

*Vent tapping sizes; high vents for water, mid-height vents for one pipe steam

NPT NPT

Size

6-Tube 25" High

25" High 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 56 60 64 68 72 76 80 84 88 92 96

12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 126 132 138 144

RATING - Square Feet Per Section 3 Tube 4 Tube 5 Tube 6 Tube 1.6 ... ... ... 2.0 ... ... ... 2.3 ... ... ... ... 2.1 1.8 ... ... 2.4 ... 1.6 3.7 3.0 ... ...

Radiant Radiators SIZE No. of Sections 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44

RATING - Square Feet Per Section 1 Col. 2 Col. 3 Col. 4 Col. 5 Col. 2-1/2" 2-1/2" 2-1/2" 3" 3" Centers Centers Centers Centers Centers 4.00 ... ... ... ... 4.00 ... ... ... ... 5.00 3.00 2.25 ... ... 5.00 ... ... 2.00 1.50 6.00 4.00 3.00 ... ... ... ... ... 2.33 1.67 ... 5.00 3.75 2.67 2.00 ... 6.50 4.50 3.33 2.50 ... 8.00 5.00 4.00 3.00 ... 10.00 ... ... ... ... ... 6.00 5.00 ...

FREE LENGTH STANDING 2 1/4" Per *Square Feet per Section section (inches) 2.25 9" 9.0 13-1/2" 13.5 18" 18.0 22-1/2" 22.5 27" 27.0 31-1/2" 31.5 36" 36.0 40-1/2" 40.5 45" 45.0 49-1/2" 49.5 54" 54.0 *Increase radiator size 10% 58-1/2" 58.5 when recessed. 63" 63.0 Heating surface based upon 67-1/2" 67.5 the standard heat emission of 72" 72.0 240 BTU per square foot per hour. 76-1/2" 76.5 Furnished in even number of 81" 81.0 sections up to 44 sections. 85-1/2" 85.5 Maximum allowable working 90" 90.0 pressure - 30 PSI, water; 15 PSI, steam. 94-1/2" 94.5 99" 99.0 Water content - 0.15 Gal./section

SPECIFICATIONS

the chilling effect of blowing air moving over your body is eliminated.

Burnham’s line of modern cast iron radiators is suitable for both residential and commercial applications. Whether you choose the slenderized or radiant design, they supply a continuous flow of radiant heat. After the boiler has run a full cycle, the hot water in the radiator sections continues to emit heat. The result is a cozy room with less than a two-degree temperature variance from floor to ceiling. This radiant heat combined with convected heat provides a warm comfortable environment throughout the entire room. It shields outside walls and windows to stop cold air from infiltrating a room practically eliminating drafts. Also, with radiators, unlike forced air systems,

4-Tube

7

BURNHAM HYDRONICS RADIANT AND SLENDERIZED

®

7" 10-1/2" 14" 17-1/2" 21" 24-1/2" 28" 31-1/2" 35" 38-1/2" 42" 45-1/2" 49" 52-1/2" 56" 59-1/2" 63" 66-1/2" 70" 73-1/2" 77" 80-1/2" 84"

19" High 6.4 9.6 12.8 16.0 19.2 22.4 25.6 28.8 32.0 35.2 38.4 41.6 44.8 48.0 51.2 54.4 57.6 60.8 64.0 67.2 70.4 73.6 76.8

Center leg section furnished on 30 section and better *Heating surface based upon the standard heat emission of 240 BTU per square foot per hour. • Add 1/2” for each bushing. Furnished in even number section up to 48 sections. Maximum allowable working pressure - 50 PSI, water; 15 PSI steam. Consult factory for higher pressure. Water content - 19-4:0.08 Gal./section;25-4:0.12 Gal./section; 26-6:0.17 Gal./section

Federal - old style column radiation Height

Square Feet - EDR*

Length 1-3/4" per Sections • (inches)

4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 44 46 48

7 Tube 2.67 3.25 3.67 ... 4.75 5.50 6.75

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BURNHAM HYDRONICS BASERAY Without question, hydronic heating is cleaner, more versatile, and above all, more comfortable than alternative heating systems.

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9-1/2 Ft.

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14" 17" 19" 20" 22" 23" 25" 26" 32"

RATING - Square Feet Per Section 3 Tube 4 Tube 5 Tube 6 Tube 1.5 ... ... ... 1.8 ... ... ... ... ... 1.4 1.1 2.2 1.8 ... ... ... ... 1.6 1.3 ... 2.1 ... ... ... ... 1.8 1.5 2.9 2.4 ... ... ... 3.0 ... ...

Burnham Slenderized - 1-3/4” center

ASSEMBLY LENGTH

SUB-ASSEMBLIES

Height

14" 17" 20" 23" 26" 32" 38"

ASSEMBLY CHARTS ASSEMBLIES

Size No. of Sections

Burnham Slenderized - 1-1/2” center

Height

Ratings are based on active length. Active length equals total length.

1-1/2 Ft. Assembly

Slenderized Radiators Wall 2.25 sq. ft. per sec.

Fero - 2-1/2” center

For pressure drop information, see installation manual.

Burnham’s Baseray baseboard is a contemporary, reliable way to get quiet, warm comfort this winter and for many winters to come.

Radiator Ratings

Burnham Radiant Radiators 23 X 7-1/2 3.40 sq. ft. per sec.

Use of the 2,000 Lb./Hr. ratings is limited to installations where the flow rate through the baseboard unit is equal to or greater than 2,000 Lb./Hr. (4GPM).

expansion rate graphic

Roughing-In Data: Obsolete Sizes -- All Types

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J

25-6 23-13/16" 6-15/16" 1-1/16" 25-4 23-13/16" 4-7/16" 1-1/16" 19-4 17-13/16" 4-7/16" 1-1/16"

K

L*

1" 1" 1"

1/8" 1/8" 1/8"

NPT NPT

M

N

O

21-7/16" 1-1/4" 2-1/2" 21-7/16" 1-1/4" 2-1/2" 15-7/16" 1-1/4" 2-1/2"

RECOMMENDED SYSTEM PIPING ONE-PIPE STEAM Up to 28 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 inch Up to 62 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . 1 1/4 inches HOT WATER - Two-Pipe Forced Circulation Up to 100 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . .1/2 inch 101 sq. ft. and larger . . . . . . . .3/4 inch HOT WATER - TWO-PIPE GRAVITY SYSTEM First floor - Up to 20 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . .1/2 IN 21 to 50 sq.ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3/4 IN 51 to 100 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 IN 101 to 175 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . .1 1/4 IN Second floor - Up to 30 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . 1/2 IN 31 to 70 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/4 IN 71 to 120 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 IN 121 to 250 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . .1 1/4 IN Third floor - Up to 40 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/2 IN 41 to 100 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/4 IN 101 to 175 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 IN 175 to 300 sq. ft. . . . . . . . . . . .1 3/4 IN NOTES: All sizes based on steel pipe. Vapor tappings, top and bottom opposite ends; supply 3/4 inch, return 1/2 inch.

A

B

C

D

One Pipe Steam

*

supply

+vent

vent

*

Two Pipe Steam

supply

+supply

*

*

return

*

supply

vent

*

return

Hot Water

For tappings on one-pipe hot water systems see I=B=R Installation Guide.

* Plug

The last connection taken off the main should be run to a first floor radiator.

Heat Emission Chart (Based on room temp. of 70°F)

Radiators in which mains terminate should have one size larger valves.

E

+ Alternate Ave. water temp. in radiators, °F

150 160 170 180 190 200 210 215

Heat emission, BTU/Hr. per sq. ft.

110 130 150 170 190 210 230 240

NPT

accessories, and of course, cast iron heat distributors like the low profile Baseray baseboard and modern radiators to create a truly comfortable home heating environment.

Form No. PL81401411000-4/04-10Mc ©2004 U.S. Boiler Company, Inc. - Lancaster, PA Printed in the U.S.A. Phone:717-397-4701 www.burnham.com

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230 SOLAR PANEL

230 SOLAR PANEL

EXCEPTIONAL EFFICIENCY AND PERFORMANCE

EXCEPTIONAL EFFICIENCY AND PERFORMANCE IV Curve

Electrical Data

BENEFITS

Measured at Standard Test Conditions (STC): irradiance of 1000/m2, air mass 1.5g, and cell temperature 25° C

More Power Delivers up to 50% more power per unit area than conventional solar panels

Peak Power (+/-5%)

Pmax

230 W

Rated Voltage

Vmp

41.0 V

Rated Current

Imp

5.61 A

Open Circuit Voltage

Voc

48.7 V

Short Circuit Current

Isc

5.99 A

Maximum System Voltage

IEC, UL

1000 V, 600 V

Power

–0.38% /°C

Voltage (Voc)

–132.5 mV/°C

Current (Isc)

3.5 mA/°C

6.0 Current (A)

Highest Efficiency Panel efficiency of 18.5% is the highest commercially available for residential applications

7.0

The SunPower 230 Solar Panel provides today’s highest

800 W/m²

3.0 500 W/m²

2.0 0.0

1000 W/m2 at 50 °C

0

10

20

30

40

50

60

Voltage (V) Current/voltage characteristics with dependence on irradiance and module temperature.

Series Fuse Rating

20 A

Peak Power per Unit Area

185 W/m², 17.2 W/ft²

CEC PTC Rating

213.5 W

Mechanical Data

Reliable and Robust Design Proven materials, tempered front glass, and a sturdy anodized frame allow panel to operate reliably in multiple mounting configurations

1000 W/m²

4.0

1.0

Temperature Coefficients

Attractive Design Unique all-back contact solar cells and optimized panel design eliminate harsh reflection from front-side metal contacts

5.0

Solar Cells

72 SunPower all-back contact monocrystalline

Front Glass

3.2 mm (1/8 in) tempered

Junction Box

IP-65 rated with 3 bypass diodes

Output Cables

900 mm length cable / Multi-Contact connectors

Frame

Anodized aluminum alloy type 6063

Weight

15 kg, 33 lbs

Tested Operating Conditions Temperature

–40° C to +85° C (–40°F to +185°F)

Max load

50 psf (2400 Pascals) front and back

Impact Resistance

Hail – 25mm (1 in) at 23 m/s (52 mph)

Warranty and Certifications Warranty

25 year limited power warranty 10 year limited product warranty

Certifications

IEC 61215 , Safety tested IEC 61730 Tested to UL 1703 by UL or CSA, Class C Fire Rating

efficiency and performance for residential use. Utilizing

Dimensions

72 next generation SunPower all-back contact solar cells and an optimized panel design, the SunPower

mm (in)

180 (7.04)

Ø 4.2 (.16) ( Ground )

1200 (47.24)

230 elegantly delivers an unprecedented total panel conversion efficiency of 18.5%. The panel’s reduced

2X Ø 4.2 (.16) ( Ground )

voltage-temperature coefficient and exceptional low-light

754 (29.69)

798 (31.42)

performance attributes provide far higher energy delivery per peak power than conventional panels. 1559 (61.39)

SunPower’s High Efficiency Advantage - up to 50% More Power

46 (1.81)

Ø 4.2 (.16)

8X Ø 6.6 (.26)

915 (36.02)

322 (12.69)

( Ground )

Comparable systems covering 25 m² / 270 ft² SunPower

165

230

Efficiency

12.0%

18.5%

kWs

3.0

4.6

CAUTION: READ SAFETY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING THE PRODUCT. Go to www.sunpowercorp.com/panels for details About SunPower SunPower designs, manufactures and delivers high-performance solar electric technology worldwide. Our high-efficiency solar cells generate up to 50 percent more power than conventional solar cells. Our high-performance solar panels, roof tiles and trackers deliver significantly more energy than competing systems.

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© April, 2008 SunPower Corporation. All rights reserved. Specifications included in this datasheet are subject to change without notice.

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Conventional Watts / Panel

Document #001-42190 Rev *A

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Concentrated solar energy: cost-effective, reliable, modular & scalable

Concentrated Solar Power

The Power-Spar is a flexible cost-effective solar concentrating system that can be configured as an electrical, thermal and/or lighting solution. The parabolic trough reflector concentrates the sun’s energy onto a modular absorber. The absorber converts the sun’s energy to electricity (via high efficiency multi-sun photovoltaic cells), or to heat (via a patented absorption surface) or transports the light to the buildings’ interior (via optical cabling).

Concentrated Solar Power Configurations

Electricity, Heating, Cooling & Lighting

Full Length

Half Length

PS2-4x40

PS2-3x20

39’ (12 m)

19’6” (6 m)

4600 lbs (2100 kg)

2100 lbs (950 kg)

Maximum diameter swing for two-axis tracking array:

50’ (15 m)

30’ (9 m)

array1:

12’ (3.7 m)

11’ (3.4 m)

array2:

30 kWth (104,000 BTU/hth)

11 kWth (39,000 BTU/hth)

Combined Thermal and PV configured array2:

15 kWth (51,000 BTU/hth)

6 kWth (19,000 BTU/hth)

9 kWe

3.5 kWe

1,486,000 lumens

557,000 lumens

Industrial – Commercial – Institutional

Technical specifications

Length of Spar: Approximate total weight of array: Maximum height of the

Down to earth solar electricity, heat, hot water and lighting The solar energy striking an average building is sufficient to provide it with all of its heat, power and lighting. Using new patented technology, the Power-Spar concentrates this solar energy and then converts it to economical building electricity, heat, hot water or lighting. The Power-Spar system also incorporates short-term thermal and electrical storage strategies to uniformly distribute this energy throughout the day, night and in cloudy conditions. Innovative long-term storage strategies can effectively store surplus thermal energy for use during low production periods (patent pending).

Peak Outputs Thermal-only configured

Hybrid Solar Lighting

array3:

The system is designed for easy integration with heat recovery systems, turbines, thermal based chillers and geo-thermal solutions to maximize the thermal, electrical and lighting outputs. This efficient co-generation yields unprecedented dollar value. Capable of capturing up to 80% of the sun’s energy, PowerSpar systems can reduce typical building energy bills by as much as 70%/year!

The Power-Spar system is self-monitoring.The sophisticated Spar-Net controller regulates and monitors all aspects of the performance of the Power-Spar modules; integrated sensors ensure that the spars make the best use of the available solar energy. Up-to-the-minute performance data is stored on the SparNet controller and can be viewed through a web browser. Operational issues are automatically reported on a 24/7 basis. The system even sends monthly notices detailing the exact amount of free green energy delivered to your site.

An ever-increasing number of jurisdictions offer rebates, Volatile energy prices… grants, low-cost loans and/or tax incentives for renewable Uncertain supply…energy systems. Visit www.power-spar.com – for a listing of, and links to, Environmental concerns… applicable incentive programs. Significant incentives…

Power-Spar systems can be purchased outright, leased or financed through Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) or Energy Service Agreements (ESA). We offer very attractive financing rates with flexible structures through third party financial institutions.

Environmental: 110 mph wind, 35 mm diameter hail @ terminal velocity, 1.5 inches of ice Warranty: 10 years

Low cost solar concentrator... Maximum efficiency minimum heat loss The Power-Spar concentrates the sun’s rays onto a small Now… Industrial Solar absorbing area containing a heat transfer fluid and optional co-generation makes sense high-efficiency multi-sun solar cells. The concentrated light

Standards: CSA F379.1, F378 , F383, SRCC Standard 100, SRCC Document RM-1, SRCC Document OG-300, UL 1703 1 2 3

Final height will vary depending on mounting system chosen. Peak watts based on 1000 watts/m solar radiation on a clear day, measured at module output, your solar incidence will vary. Light output measured at 30’. 2

amplifies the electric current in the solar cells for greater power output while using a fraction of the number of solar cells required in conventional flat panel PV systems. The fluid loop cools the PV cells resulting in higher operating efficiency. The small surface area of the absorber minimizes the heat loss of the entire system yielding extremely high year-round system efficiency

Contact a Menova Energy consultant to simulate the Power-Spar system performance for your site.

Call 1 888-Menova1 (1 888 636-6821) Visit www.power-spar.com

Multi-sun solar cells for electricity generation

Heat transfer fluid

1 Power-Spar Array

2 Electricity

Solar energy is reflected and concentrated onto modular absorbers to produce

Multi-sun solar cells in the Power-Sp absorber generate electricity at a fr of the cost of non-concentrating so cells. The electricity can be:

• Electricity • Heat & Process Steam • Lighting Arrays can be roof or ground mounted.

A Spar-Net Controller The Spar-Net controller regulates and monitors all aspects of the Power-Spar installation.

Alerts are automatically sent to a 24/7 on-call technician if any performance issues are encountered.

B Short Term Storage Tanks Energy in solar heated glycol is transferred to water in short term storage tank via heat exchanger. This water is circulated to distribute energy to loads, day or night, as required.

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C Geo Thermal Heat Pump Heat pump gets a ‘solar boost’ when scavenging heat stored in the ground.

Reflected light energy (concentrated)

Surplus thermal energy can be stored in the ground and reused later during low production periods.

E Chiller Unit Solar heat provides energy for thermally driven cooling process.

D Automatically tracks angle of direct sunlight, tilts down in sleep mode at night

F Solar Lighting Fixture Bulbs automatically dim when the sun is shining extending bulb life, and reducing maintenance and electrical costs.

Optionally tracks second axis for up to 35% more energy

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• directed back into the power grid (net metered/grid tied) • used directly • stored in batteries for emergency or off sun use

D Long Term Storage

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for links to government programs & incentives for renewable energy.

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Standby Power Rating 22 kW 60 Hz

Liquid Cooled Gas Engine Generator Sets

Model Number: 05638 (Gray - Aluminum)

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FRONT VIEW WEIGHT: 895 lbs.

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Background Formsquare is a UK based design led concrete manufacturing company specialising in pre cast “glass reinforced concrete” (GRC) technology products and materials. Formsquare’s extensive research and development program has successfully delivered the recent release of Formtique, a new GRC composite concrete material. Evolving out of the Concrete Blond product developed by concrete designer Eric Barrett, the new Formtique material maintains all of the original surface qualities whilst both increasing the products durability and reducing weight by an impressive 80%. For walls, floors and work surfaces Formsquare has created the Formtique designer collection. Walled-Paper is a well mastered technique of fine-casting concrete that captures the same graphic detail and visual appeal of patterned wallpaper. Walled-Paper has all the advantages that traditional concrete offers: Durability, thermal and sound insulation, fire resistance, corrosion resistance and waterproofing. Walled-Paper can be fixed to existing walls i.e. plaster, brick or wood. Walled-Paper is an ideal solution when creating stand-alone partitioning walls. As well as the Priori range of patterns currently available, Formtique’s Walled-Paper has the added option for clients to create their own bespoke designs inspired by their love of graphics, or original art work. For brands bespoke designs can be created in concrete to express unique branding statements either on walls or floors in interiors, or on exterior cladding for the outside of buildings. This bespoke service is supported by a 12,000 square feet manufacturing concrete facility, enabling a commercial production rate with efficient lead times to meet the most demanding volume requirements.

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LAUNDRY WM3988HWA

WA S H E R / D RY E R C O M B O

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Performance • Largest Capacity Front Load Combo (4.2 cu.ft. IEC) with NeveRust™ Stainless Steel Drum • Direct Drive Motor for the ultimate in durability and reliability • TilTub™ is designed with a 10° tilt for easy reach of clothing in the rear of the drum • 1320 RPM powerful spin for efficient water extraction • SteamWash™ System for Better Washing Performance and Higher Water and Energy Efficiency • Allergiene™ Cycle • SteamFresh™ Cycle for Reducing Wrinkles and Refreshing Clothes • TrueSteam™ Generator • Ventless Condensing Drying System Intelligent Fabric Care • SenseClean™ & Sensor Dry System for intelligent fabric care, water and energy efficiency • 9 Washing Programs • 5 Wash/Dry Programs • 5 Wash/Rinse Temperature Levels • RollerJets™ & Forced Water Circulation • Sanitary Cycle / Stain Cycle • Delay Wash by 19 hours for washing convenience Style and Design • Upfront Electronic Control Panel with Dial-A-Cycle™ • Large Chrome Rimmed Door with Clear Glass • Porcelain Top • Optional Drawer Pedestal Environmentally Friendly • LoDecibel™ Quiet Operation • Highly Energy and Water Efficient

LG's innovative SteamFresh™ cycle makes it possible for you to refresh and reduce wrinkles in up to 5 garments at one time. Running late for work with no time to iron? Load a cotton blend shirt into the SteamWasher™ and select the SteamFresh™ cycle. You'll be ready to go in just 20 minutes.

Allergiene™

Allergiene™ cycle is proven to reduce certain allergens such as house dust mites and domestic animal dander.

Electronic Control Panel with Dial-A-Cycle™ Intuitive controls allow you to "set it and go". You can also save your favorite wash cycle by pressing Custom Program.

Direct Drive

Power is delivered right to the drum from the motor without belts, resulting in a highly durable, powerful and quiet washing machine.

SenseClean System ™

The water level and wash time are set automatically based on the weight and size of each load for optimal washing care.

RollerJets™ & Forced Water Circulation

Clothes glide over the RollerJets™ while sprinklers encourage the removal of soil, reducing pilling, fraying, and snags for longer lasting clothing.

Sanitary Cycle

Get tough stains and bacteria out of dirty clothes with this special cycle that boosts water to 158°F.

LoDecibel™ Quiet System

Anti-vibration motor and one-piece cabinet structure reduce unnecessary noises.

9 Wash Programs

Front Control �

Ventless Condensing 4.2 cu.ft. (IEC) >10.1kg �

SteamFresh™, Sanitary (158°F), Bulky/Large, Perm Press, Cotton/Normal, Delicates, Hand Wash/Wool, Speed Wash, Allergiene™

5 Wash/Dry Programs 5 Wash/Rinse Temperature Levels 5 Spin Speeds 4 Dry Times No. of Water Levels No. of Soil Levels

Sanitary, Perm Press, Cotton/Normal, Allergiene™, Speed Wash Extra Hot/Cold, Hot/Cold, Warm/Warm, Warm/Cold, Cold/Cold 1320 RPM, 1150/1000 RPM, 1000/950/600 RPM, 950/600/400 RPM, No Spin 120 min, 90 min, 60 min, 30 min Automatically adjusts to size of load 5

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Prewash, Rinse & Spin, Extra Rinse, Stain Cycle, Water Plus, Drum Light, Tub Clean, SpinSense™, Delay Wash up to 19 Hours, Steam, Language Selection FA B R I C C A R E F E AT U R E S � SenseClean™ � Sensor Dry � RollerJets™ & Forced Water Circulation � Precise Temperature Control with a variable heater C O N V E N I E N C E F E AT U R E S 4 Tray Dispenser (Prewash, Wash, Bleach, Softener) End of Cycle Beeper Child Lock Self Diagnosis Auto-Balancing Auto Suds Removal Forced Drain System Remaining Time Display/Status Indicator Water Heater TrueSteam™ Generator Leveling Legs LoDecibel™ Quiet Operation M OTO R A N D AG I TATO R Motor Type / Motor Speed Agitator Type M AT E R I A L S A N D F I N I S H E S NeveRust™ Stainless Steel Drum Easy Loading TilTub™ Cabinet Top Transparent Glass Window Door Door Rim Cabinet Control Panel Colors P OW E R S O U RC E Ratings/Electrical Requirements Type DIMENSIONS Product (WxHxD) Weight (lbs): Net / Gross OPTIONS Pedestal WA R R A N T Y

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Chrome Painted Steel Plastic White UL Listed/120V, 60Hz, 12 Amps Electric 27" x 38 11/16" x 29 3/4" (51"D with door open) 201 / 227 WDP3W (Drawer with Handle) 1 year parts and labor 2 years on the control board 7 years on the motor Lifetime on the drum

Among full-size front load washers. For details, visit: www.energystar.gov

White

TYPE Front Loader Design Look Intelligent Electronic Controls with Dial-A-Cycle™ Drying System C A PAC I T Y Total Capacity* Dry Linen Capacity E N E RGY Energy Star P RO G R A M S

UPC CODE WM3677HW WDP3W

LG front load washers exceed Energy Star® classifications by a minimum of 39%.

LG ELECTRONICS INC. 1000 Sylvan Ave., Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632 800.243.0000 LGusa.com

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* Per IEC 60456 washes the equivalent of 4.2 cu.ft. conventional agitator washer.

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Design and specifications are subject to change without notice. ©2007 LG Electronics U.S.A., Inc., Englewood Cliffs, NJ All Rights Reserved. LG Design and Life's Good are trademarks of LG Electronics Inc. ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FRIENDLY and ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FRIENDLY LOGO are Certification Marks and Trademarks of ALLERGY STANDARDS LIMITED. The ASTHMA AND ALLERGY FOUNDATION OF AMERICA is a Registered Trademark of AAFA. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.

Printed in December 2007

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30" (76.2 cm) Double Oven Gas Range PRODUCT MODEL NUMBER

PDW8900/8980N GE Profileâ&#x201E;˘ Dishwasher with SmartDispenseâ&#x201E;˘ Technology

PRODUCT DIMENSIONS

Dimensions and Installation Information (in inches)

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Gas supply: This range is design-certified by CSA International for use with Natural gas or, after proper conversion, for use with LP gas. Provide a gas supply line of 3/4" (1.9 cm) rigid pipe to the range location. A smaller size pipe on longer runs may result in insufficient gas supply. Pipe-joint compounds that resist the action of LP gas must be used. Do not use TEFLONÂŽâ&#x20AC; tape. With LP gas, piping or tubing size can be 1/2" (1.3 cm) minimum. Usually, LP gas suppliers determine the size and materials used in the system.

For use on adequately wired 120-volt, 15-amp circuit having 2-wire service with a separate ground wire. This appliance must be grounded for safe operation.

C**

If local codes permit, a new CSA design-certified, 4 to 5 ft (122 to 152.4 cm) long, 1/2" (1.3 cm) or 3/4" (1.9 cm) I.D., flexible metal appliance connector may be used for connecting range to the gas supply line.

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A 1/2" (1.3 cm) male pipe thread is needed for connection to the female pipe threads of the inlet to the appliance pressure regulator. The supply line must be equipped with a manual shutoff valve. This valve should be located in the same room but external to the range. Electrical: The range must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes and ordinances, or in the absence of local codes, with the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA 70 or Canadian Electrical Code, CSA C22.1.

C. 46Âłâ &#x201E;â&#x201A;&#x201E;" (118.7 cm) overall height (minimum) with leveling legs screwed all the way in* D. 28šâ &#x201E;â&#x201A;&#x2C6;" (71.3 cm) depth with handle E. 26â ľâ &#x201E;â&#x201A; â&#x201A;&#x2020;" - 27Âź" (66.8 - 69.2 cm)*** F. 29â ˇâ &#x201E;â&#x201A;&#x2C6;" (75.9 cm) width

If codes permit and a separate ground wire is used, it is recommended that a qualified electrical installer determine that the ground path is adequate.

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Cabinet opening dimensions shown are for 25" (64.0 cm) countertop depth, 24" (61.0 cm) base cabinet depth and 36" (91.4 cm) countertop height.

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A. 18" (45.7 cm) upper cabinet to countertop B. 13" (33.0 cm) upper cabinet depth C. 30" (76.2 cm) min. opening width D. For minimum clearance to the top of the cooktop, see NOTE. E. 30" (76.2 cm) min. opening width F. 3" (7.6 cm) min. clearance from both sides of the range to the side wall or other combustible material. G. 3" (7.6 cm) distance from wall H. Cabinet door or hinges should not extend into the cutout. I. Clearance for gas pressure regulator

*Drill on centerline 1Âź" (3.1 cm) from rear wall for gas supply line. **Gas lines and electrical plugs must be installed within the shaded area to ensure proper alignment of this oven with cabinets.

Dimensions are for planning purposes only. For complete details, see Installation Instructions packed with product. Specifications subject to change without notice.

As an ENERGY STARÂŽ partner, GE has determined that this product meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines for energy efficiency.

Features and Benefits

NOTE: 24" (61.0 cm) minimum when bottom of wood or metal cabinet is protected by not less than 1/4" (0.64 cm) flame retardant millboard covered with not less than No. 28 MSG sheet steel, 0.015" (0.4 mm) stainless steel, 0.024" (0.6 mm) aluminum or 0.020" (0.5 mm) copper. 30" (76.2 cm) minimum clearance between the top of the cooking platform and the bottom of an unprotected wood or metal cabinet.

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*Range can be raised approximately 1" (2.5 cm) by adjusting the leveling legs. **Model/serial/rating plates may be rotated up from behind the control panel for viewing from the front of the range. ***Excludes handle. Dimension given is from wall to front of oven door and will vary based on electric outlet receptacle installation.

A 120-volt, 60-Hz, AC-only, 15-amp fused, electrical circuit is required. A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker is also recommended. It is recommended that a separate circuit serving only this range be provided. Do not use an extension cord.

Installation Information: Before installing, consult installation instructions packed with product for current dimensional data.

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Heat And Moisture Are Your Atticâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Worst Enemy. Research has proven that heat and moisture are every atticâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s the moisture level in an attic. This too is a problem because worst enemy. While many homes have small passive vents, when humidity levels reach the preset activation level, condensation and moisture have already reached a critical point. most are ineffective in moving enough air to expel heat and moisture. Solar Star attic fans are technologically The solution is Solar Star. Solar Star doesnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t have advanced with a â&#x20AC;&#x153;run by the sunâ&#x20AC;? solution for sCosts nothing to operate. the costly problem of replacing thermostats both problems. s0ROTECTSROOFSTRUCTURE or humidistats like electric ventilators. And Most electric powered attic ventilators are engaged s Installs in less than 30 minutes. since Solar Star functions from sunup to by a thermostat, so they only work when attic sYEARWARRANTYONMOTOR sundown, humidity and temperature levels never and solar panel; 10 year reach those critical activation levels. The result is temperatures have already built up. Because warranty on all other a properly ventilated attic which prolongs your of this, thermostat activated units are forced components. roofâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s life, lowers your utility costs, and makes to play catch up with that built-up heat. Other s-EETS&LORIDA"UILDING#ODE your living environment comfortable. systems may only have a humidistat measuring

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A hot attic acts like a giant radiator, transferring heat into your living spaces, sending both utility bills and temperatures soaring. In colder climates, heat build-up in an attic causes snow to melt and run down where it freezes at the eaves, causing destructive ice damming.

Many of todayâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s houses have insufficient ventilation and air exchange. This causes high humidity levels from everyday activities. The moisture migrates through the ceiling towards the roof where it comes in contact with the cold structure. Here, ice and frost form, causing damage to your roof structure. Additionally, moisture can saturate insulation, promote fungal decay and plywood delamination.

s2EDUCESHEATBUILDUP s2EDUCESAIR conditioning costs. s0REVENTSICE damming.

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Unit comes fully assembled and installs in less than 30 minutes.

No costly electrical hook ups because itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s powered by the built-in photovoltaic power source.

Whisper quiet motor.

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Lightweight polymeric fan blade minimizes motor resistance and is non-corrosive.

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The EZ Freeze EZ -19 The EZ-Freeze EZ-19 Cu. Ft. propane gas fridge/freezer combo unit. Now Available in White, Black, Bisque, or Stainless Steel finishes. The interior includes glass shelves, 2 Clear Crisper Drawers w/ separate Humidity Controls, a Clear Deli Drawer, Gallon Size Door Shelves, Freezer Door Racks, Fast Freeze Freezer Shelf, Interior Mounted Thermometer, Powder coated White interior freezer compartment, and a Battery operated Interior Light (4 â&#x20AC;&#x153;Dâ&#x20AC;? size batteries included). Other features include Reversible Doors (Stainless Steel model available in left hand hinge or right hand hinge - must specify upon ordering - doors are non-reversible) , Front Mounted Piezo Ignition, Heavy Duty Adjustable Leveling Castors, Hidden Front Mounted Controls, Rounded Door Sides, and Ice Scraper. This fridge is rated top level performance and top notch workmanship. Our tests show @ 83 degrees F ambient air temperature with 30% humidity the freezer chilled to -11.4 degrees F and the fridge chilled to 19.4 degrees F.

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AMBIENT LIGHTING WILL BE CONTROLLED BY OCCUPANCY SENSORS WITH MANUAL OVERIDES TO CONTROL ENRGY WASTE.

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AquaCycle® – Planning guide Tel. +49 (0) 78 36 / 51 19 20 · Fax + 49 (0) 78 36 / 51 19 36

Reply requested by:

Contact for technical queries:

Client:

Company:

Name:

Name:

Street:

Postcode/Town:

Postcode/Town:

Street:

Telephone:

Telephone:

Property:

Fax:

Current charges: Drinking water charge:

Installation site of AquaCycle ®: Approx. no. of persons

� Private: � Public/commercial: � Apartment building � Children's/adolescent home � Old people's home/care home � Other:

Sewerage charge:

Euro / m3 –

Euro / m3

, average no. approx.

� Single-unit accommodation � Multi-unit accommodation � Youth hostel � School � Rambler's lodge

� Hotel � Campsite � Sports centre � Swimming pool/hydrotherapy pool

Do you expect a more or less uniform capacity utilisation (e.g. including holiday periods)? • from month to month (seasonal) : � high � medium � low � No � Yes • from week to week : � high � medium � low • between individual weekdays : � high � medium � low Details:

What will the treated water (clarified water) be used for? l/person units. � Toilets approx. � Cisterns m2

� Flushing valves

approx.

litres/m2/a

approx.

litres/d

approx.

units.

� Urinals

units

litres/d

Average number of persons x per capita water consumption [litres /P/d] + other treatment requirements [litres/m2 /a] x [m2] / Number of watering days (approx. 180 – 200) = clarified water demand

units. *

� Watering approx. � Washing machines � Cleaning approx.

Boxed areas to be filled by Pontos.

Date:

* [litres/d]

Which water do you wish to recycle?

� Shower water

� Bath water litres/d

approx.

units approx.

� Washbasin water litres/d

units approx.

litres/d

units

� Other treatment requirements Average number of persons x per capita water consumption [litres/d] = water consumption [litres/d]

Which household chemicals (excluding shampoo, soap, bath additives, washing powder and bath cleaning

Layout of pressure booster system DEA:

agents) will be entering the system?

� The following products will be regularly entering the system

Height difference from installation site to “highest” consumer: Piping length from installation site to furthest consumer: Identified operating point of DEA [m3/h] against [mWs] Identified system type and design

m m

� Identified by Pontos according to DIN 1988T3 *

Intended installation site of AquaCycle® and access dimensions (doors) Water intake is by: Room height:

free flow m

Date:.......................................

Form also available online at www.pontos-aquacycle.de

� lifting mechanism Access dimensions:

mx

Signature.........................................

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� None

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[litres /P/d] + other treatment requirements

m

Service for planning specialists/ architects: send us the completed planning guide form and we’ll send you a quote.

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GLOBAL WATER GROUP DALLAS, TEXAS U.S.A.

MANUFACTURER OF THE WORLD’S BEST WATER PURIFICATION AND WASTE WATER EQUIPMENT

Emergency & Disaster Relief Water Purification Equipment

FOR SMALL VILLAGES

DISASTER RELIEF – FRESH WATER EMERGENCY WATER PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT

MULTIPLE GLOBAL-LS3-VILLAGE-200E’S

THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

The basic GLOBAL LS3-VILLAGE SYSTEM has three elements: 1.

Filters for parasites: (a) 5-Micron Filter (b) 1-Micron Filter

2.

Global’s Multi-Media Pod for removal of hazardous chemicals.

3.

Ultra-Violet Lamp to kill bacteria and viruses.

RE: Request for Proposals for Equipment, Supplies, Operations and Maintenance for providing small villages with water purification equipment from Global Water.

The following is a brief synopsis of Global Water’s proposal for providing potable water for various size villages and various levels of water purification production. The objective is to provide equipment that can be easily transported either motorized or by hand to remote and mountainous regions. The water sources are fresh water from rivers, lakes, streams, ponds, wells, or semi-municipal types of systems.

Product Code

Basic Unit Description

Power

MOBILE DESALINATION

EQUIPMENT for processing fresh water, brackish water or seawater up to 50,000 ppm.

EM (Emergency) SERIES EM-60GPH-HP EM-60GPH-HPB In this example, there are two of these units working in tandem. Each unit will process 10 gallons per minute (GPM). They are coupled at one end. 20 GPM total

First of all, Global can meet all of the requirements as specified for the provision of potable water at every type of venue.

The water inlet pipe is to be connected to this end and the shore pressure from the city water will push the water through the system.

Second, Global’s experience with providing water purification equipment for U.S. Special Operations of the U.S. Military (Special Forces, Army, Air Force, Marines, Delta Force, etc.) gives our company a unique advantage in understanding these situations. We have specialized for over fourteen years in all types of water purification from backpacks to large trailered systems or even municipal systems. We have dealt with refugee camps or small emergency units or home use.

There is a valve to both restrict water flow and to turn off the water when you need to change filters.

EM-60GPH-BAT

Produces 60 to 90 gallons per hour of Purified Water (25 lbs) Produces 60 to 90 gallons per hour of Purified Water. (35 lbs) Produces 60 to 90 gallons per hour of Purified Water (45 lbs)

Hand Pump for water processing. 110V needed for Ultra-Violet*

Produces 120 gallons per hour (2 GPM) of Purified Water (40 lbs)

LS3-VILLAGE200C LS3-VILLAGE200D LS3-VILLAGE200E

Produces 180 to 200 gallons per hour of Purified Water (90 lbs) Produces 360 gallons per hour of Purified Water. (110 lbs)

110V/220V Option 60 Hz or 50Hz Minimal controls (on/off) designed for emergencies or in-line shore pressure. 110V/220V Option 60 Hz or 50Hz Minimal controls (on/off) designed for emergencies or in-line shore pressure.

Produces 600 gallons per hour of Purified Water (130 lbs)

110V/220V Option 60 Hz or 50Hz Minimal controls (on/off) designed for emergencies or in-line shore pressure.

2

Produces 20,000 gallons per day (800 GPH) of Purified Water (Trailer mounted platform)

Trailer mounted platform. Gas Generator or Diesel option for water processing. 1-Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and UltraViolet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

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AAR container, platform mounted or trailer mounted. Salt rejection 98.5% with TDS 50,000 ppm. RO processing for salt removal and/or additional purification with Global’s fresh water process of 1-Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and UltraViolet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

Produces 600 gallons per hour (10 GPM) of Purified Water from seawater or 600 to 1400 GPH (10 to 23 GPM) from fresh water. (Trailer mounted platform)

AAR container, platform mounted or trailer mounted. Diesel Generator. Salt rejection 98.5% with TDS 50,000 ppm. RO processing for salt removal and/or additional purification with Global’s fresh water process of 1-Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and Ultra-Violet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

(Trailer option)

LS3-DESALM600GPH (Trailer option)

3

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Produces 300 gallons per hour (5 GPM) of Purified Water from seawater or 300 to 720 GPH (5 to 12 GPM) from fresh water.

LS3-DESALM300GPH

LS3-M15000 (Trailer) LS3-M15000 (Trailer)

Compact mobile carrying cases or platform mounted. Salt rejection 98.5% with TDS 50,000 ppm. RO processing for salt removal and/or additional purification with Global’s fresh water process of 1-Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and UltraViolet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

A/C System. Electric Motor (110V*) for water processing. 1Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and Ultra-Violet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

MULTIPLE SIZE CONFIGURATIONS Two Units = 20 GPM ( 75.6 L/min) Three Units = 30 GPM (113.4 L/min) Four Units = 40 GPM (151.2 L/min)

Produces 75 gallons per hour (1.25 GPM) of Purified Water

(Carrying case)

VILLAGE SERIES

From the other end of the units, the water flows out of the UV components.

LS3-DESALM75GPH

Battery operated Motor/Pump (12V, 9 amps) for water processing and for UV. Battery would last about 1 ½ hours before re-charging**

EM – 4-POD SERIES EM-4-POD-PWR

Produces 25 gallons per hour (.4 GPM) of Purified Water

(Carrying case)

Hand Pump for water processing. With (up to) 200 hour Battery for Ultra-Violet.

Compact mobile carrying cases or platform mounted. Salt rejection 98.5% with TDS 50,000 ppm. RO processing for salt removal and/or additional purification with Global’s fresh water process of 1-Micron for removal of parasites; Global’s proprietary media housing for removal of hazardous chemicals; and UltraViolet (UV) for killing bacteria and viruses.

LS3-DESALM25GPH

4

5

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Background There are many instances of sewage ponding in Aboriginal settlements due to the inappropriate design of septic tanks and their associated leach drains. Over the past 10 years, in an attempt to alleviate this problem, reticulated sewer to lagoon systems have been installed as the funds become available. However these systems are not water wise and are expensive to install and maintain. Up to 85% of the cost involved can be in capital and maintenance costs associated with the pipes and pumps required to transport sewage to the treatment plant (Newman & Mouritz 1996). The potential to reuse treated effluent is limited as it is concentrated in one area. Evapotranspiration systems offer an alternative to the above two approaches to domestic wastewater treatment. By using evapotranspiration trenches wastewater effluent can be reused for revegetation and food production, this allows for a holistic approach to service delivery in remote aboriginal communities. Evapotranspiration Systems Evapotranspiration systems can be designed for disposal of blackwater (domestic wastewater originating from the toilet and other sources) or greywater (domestic wastewater originating from the bathroom and laundry). For systems designed for blackwater the water must first pass through two septic tanks before passing into the evapotranspiration trench. The evapotranspiration trench is then used instead of a leach drain, with the added advantage that the water is used for growing trees.

FIGURE 1.

CROSS SECTION OF AN EVAPOTRANSPIRATION TRENCH AS DESIGNED BY HALIN ORION

Geotextile Fabric Bidim A14 or Similar

4 in dia inspection opening at entry of inflow pipe

Possible inflow pipe position depending on position of trench

Screened rivier sand with no clay or silt on top of geotextile fabric

Ground Level 4 in dia PVC or ABS DWV from septic or sulfage tanks(s)

Figure 1 shows a cross section of an evapotranspiration trench. A trench is dug and then lined with geotextile fabric, to prevent roots from the trees from clogging the pipes. A perforated pipe is layed along the length of the trench, then the trench is back filled with 15-50mm aggregate and then screened river sand is placed on top. This particular trench has been designed to cope with the large population fluctuations found in many aboriginal communities. The sloping walls of the trench mean that at times of low water use (when only small numbers of people are residing in the community or house) water will still reach the root level of the plants so they will still receive sufficient water. While, in times of high water use the trench is prevented from overflowing by the ever increasing volume of permeable aggregate and sand found at each successive level. It is also possible to interconnect the trenches of several houses or connect overflow to sewer (if present) in the event of extreme overcrowding in one of the houses as is the tendency in many communities for brief periods each year.

Geotextile fabric 4 in dia perforated PVC DWV or Polystyrene

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• Secondary power source: A 22kw propane powered generator with automatic transfer switch.

Phase I: Ship immediately to provide basic needs: shelter, food and water, safety, limited power.

See research page 25

Immediate shelter to include:

5 Heating/Cooling

1 Potable water supply • If fresh water source is available: Emergency and Disaster Relief water purification systems will

• A hydronic radiant heat system will be installed in the floor plenum of the unit. See research pg 19

be provided and shipped in unit. See research page 35

• Attic fans will be installed in the ceiling of each public room in the unit. See research pg 29

• If fresh water source is not available: Cold water tanks will be installed http://www. integritywindows.com/ and water will be trucked in on a regular basis to refill the tanks. • Small warm water tanks will be installed in the utilities area of the unit

• Operable windows will be installed in every room in the unit. Phase II: Ship after everyone’s basic needs are taken care of and restoration of normalcy is uncertain.

-water will be heated via solar panels

1 Potable water supply

• An instantaneous water heater will be installed in the utilities area of the unit

• A secondary cold water tank will be installed in the utilities area of the unit.

- water will be pulled from the warm water tank

2 Grey water

- heating water that is already warm will conserve resources by requiring less propane

• A rainwater harvesting system (similar to a gutter system) will be attached to the roof of the unit. Rainwater will be collected and stored in a larger communal grey water tank.

2 Grey water • Grey water will be collected in a container installed under the unit and can be used for irrigation and car washing.

• A communal evapotranspiration system will be set up. See research page 36 3 Communal Living • A communal club house will be shipped and set up in each community for public gatherings,

3 Sewage/Waste

meetings, day care, and activities.

• Toilets - Foam flush toilets will be installed in the bathroom/hygiene section of the unit. They will empty

• Gates will be installed in the backyard area of adjoining units providing privacy and security. See render pg 57

into a composting system located below which will be emptied by a sewage truck on a regular basis. See research page 16

4 Entertainment • A small play area will be shipped and installed in each community to allow children to interact

4 Power/Energy • Primary power source: A 19kw array (80 panels) of solar panels attached to the roof of the unit.

outdoors.

See research page 23

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SCAle: 1/8” = 1’-0”

ARBITRARY NORTH.

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SCAle: 1/4” = 1’-0”

COUCH CONVERTS TO SLEEPER.

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SCAle: 1/4” = 1’-0”

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SCAle: 1/4” = 1’-0”

SEE BED DETAIL PG 49

SEE WARDROBE DETAIL PG48

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SCAle: 1/4” = 1’-0”

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SCAle: 1/8” = 1’-0”

COLD WATER HOT WATER TEMPERED WATER LIQUID PROPANE GAS HIGH AMPERAGE POWER

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â&#x20AC;˘ Walled Paper will be used for all interior walls lining the containers. See pg 26. â&#x20AC;˘ Gypboard will be used for all ceilings and interior separation walls

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan CUSTOM FURNITURE SKETCHES FOLDING DINING ROOM TABLE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan CUSTOM FURNITURE SKETCHES FOLDING ADA TABLE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan CUSTOM FURNITURE SKETCHES COFFEE TABLE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan CUSTOM FURNITURE SKETCHES WARDROBE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan CUSTOM FURNITURE SKETCHES BUNK/CONVERTIBLE BED

49


Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan PERSPECTIVE VIEW KITCHEN AND DINING

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan PERSPECTIVE VIEW LIVING ROOM

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan PERSPECTIVE VIEW BATHROOM

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan PERSPECTIVE VIEW BEDROOM

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS POSSIBLE ARRANGEMENTS

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS POSSIBLE ARRANGEMENTS

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS FINAL COMMUNITY ARRANGEMENTS

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS PERSPECTIVE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS PERSPECTIVE

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Proposed Disaster Relief Residence and Community Plan COMMUNAL CONFIGURATIONS PERSPECTIVE

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