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Installation Instructions 2

Programming Unit 3-6

Assembly, Disassembly &

Maintenance Instructions 7



Options 9

System Parts 10

Notes 11

Failure to read and follow the instructions contained within this manual
could result in serious personal injury, and/or damage to the Hydro-Guard
Automatic Flushing Device.
1. Each person involved in the assembly, installation and/or maintenance
of the Hydro-Guard Automatic Flushing Device must read this manual
carefully and follow all instructions prior to performing any installation or
maintenance procedures involving the Unit.
2. Verify the drainage path prior to installation to ensure that pedestrian
and vehicular hazards will not be created by the installation and use of the
Hydro-Guard Automatic Flushing Device (In areas in which freezing may
occur, special attention should be given to this procedure).
3. Never assemble, disassemble, or perform Hydro-Guard maintenance
unless the influent supply valve has been closed, verified and secured, Reliable Connections

and internal piping pressure has been relieved.

4. Always use all necessary safety equipment and follow all recommended
procedures when installing, operating and maintaining the Hydro-Guard Customer Service Center
Automatic Flushing Device.
5. Replace worn or defective parts with OEM parts and check your battery Decatur, Illinois
twice a year.
6. Operate the Hydro-Guard Automatic Flushing Device only when fully
installed and correctly assembled. www.muellercompany.com/hydro-guard
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The recommended optimal operating pressure for a Hydro-Guard
Automatic Flushing System is between 20psi and 120psi. In the event
pressure may exceed 120psi it is recommended that a Pressure Regulating
Valve be installed ahead of the Hydro-Guard flushing system. The content of this manual is the sole and exclusive property of Mueller Co.
Unauthorized distribution or reproduction strictly prohibited.
hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System

Installation Instructions


Overview Please read and retain this manual. drainage patterns for the intended
The Hydro-Guard HG-1 Automatic It will be helpful for future reference, installation location should be
Flushing System, the industrys training, troubleshooting, and reviewed. The drainage pattern must
premium patented, programmable maintenance. permit discharged water to flow
flushing apparatus, is suitable for away from the Hydro-Guard Unit in
year-round use in warm climates. Site Evaluation the case of a backflow situation. In
This Automatic Flushing System has Each Hydro-Guard installation is cold-weather applications, multiple
been designed, engineered, and unique and will require a minimum nightly flushes are effective in
manufactured to provide outstanding of advance planning. Prior to managing discharge volumes and
dependability and performance. the installation of the device, the preventing the accumulation of ice.

Installation typical installation

UV Protected
Hydro-Guard HG-1
Atmospherically Discharged
Sample Port Mueller Valve Box
Flushing Unit Quick Connect (Sold Separately)
(HG-S116 Sample
1. Remove the Hydro-Guard Unit Valve Optional) 26
from its packaging and inspect for Dechlorination
System 16
possible damage during shipping. Air Gap
2. Excavate a suitably-sized ditch Erosion
Control Plate
ensuring it is connected on one
side to the utilitys service line
trench. Remove any debris that
might create uneven pressure on 2 Control
the Unit. Compact the bottom of the Valve
hole in order to minimize settling Cam Lock
after installation. Place #57 stone, Release System

then non-compacted clean bedding

material within the bottom of the
3. Slowly lower the Hydro-Guard 2 MIP Connection
Unit into place, pressing it firmly into (provided)

the noncompacted bedding material

Coupling (by others)
until it is fully seated.
4. Connect the utilitys water system
to the Hydro-Guard Unit by means
of the 2 threaded connection.
Ensure that the Unit is level before
2 Mueller Curb Stop (sold separately)
beginning the backfilling operation
(The bottom of the ground plate Supply Line (by others)
should be approximately 1 above
the final grade).
5. Backfill the hole around the Unit 6. Disinfect the Hydro-Guard 7. The Hydro-Guard Automatic
with clean fill and/or #57 stone. Flushing Device in accordance with Flushing Device may now be pro-
Backfilling should be accomplished the utilitys policy. Do not exceed grammed and placed into service.
in 6 compacted lifts. Check that the the dosage and contact times
Unit is level. recommended by the AWWA.

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System

Programming Unit

Programming Hydro-Guard Unit for Operation

Discharged water flushed from Rechargeable battery (low battery TBOS-II Handheld Home
the Hydro-Guard Unit should be indicator shows both handheld and Screen Menu
routed away from the device into the controller battery conditions) with 1. TBOS infra-red accessible only
surrounding environment. Proper recharging adaptor (9-volt lithium when connected to programming
preparation of the area around the battery can be used in the built-in interface via the IR cable:
device is essential. Use of sod or programming interface) select to connect handheld to
rock is recommended (See typical programming interface via infrared
NOTE: In that the handheld was
installation illustration on page 2). cable and access programs
designed by its manufacturer to
program flush systems, many on it, or to transfer programs
Technical Data
displays use flush terminology. from handheld to programming
Operating temperature range of interface.
32 to 120 F In the following instructions,
Operating Pressure: 7 to 200psi in such cases the equivalent 2. Templates (TBOS-II) select
flushing terminology is shown in to program handheld without
Note: Where sustained parentheses. connecting to programming
pressures may exceed 120psi interface.
the installation of a pressure ! CAUTION: Leaving the infra-
reducing valve (PRV) is red connector connected to the 3. Settings select to access and
recommended. built-in programming interface set time, date, and various other
can significantly reduce the available user settings.
Battery Life battery life of the 9-volt batteries
Will vary based on number of in the programming interface and First Time Use
cycles per year, operating pressure, the rechargeable battery in the 1. Press HOME key for three
and temperature. We recommend TBOS-II handheld. seconds to turn on handheld.
checking the battery every 6 months, 2. Press RIGHT ARROW key or the
but in many cases, you will get more TBOS-II Handheld Keys OK key to access Settings
life out of them. HOME press three seconds to turn
3. Use DOWN ARROW to select
handheld on.
and set the following:
HG-1 (Requires Handheld) ABC press to choose from three
a) Date and Time
TBOS-II Programming available programs (to store a
program when preprogramming, or b) Contrast of the screen
uploading a program to controller). c) Name of the handheld controller
The TBOS-II handheld uses on
LEFT and RIGHT ARROWS (can be assigned to a specific
screen prompts for intuitive
move curser left or right, also go operator)
programming. It will control current
back or forward one screen. d) Language (English, French,
programming interface (T-2: dark
ON and OFF/+ and /UP and Spanish, Italian, Dutch,
gray case), as well as the previous
DOWN ARROWS Used to set Portuguese, Turkish, etc.)
model of programming interface (T-1
flushing events on or off, move
modules programmed by the TBOS-
selector up and down on screen, or
US handheld).
increase or decrease duration and
other values.
1 to 24 possible flushing events OK press to make selection final.
daily, or on selected days weekly,
365-day calendar
Flush duration 1 minute to 12 hours
(1 minute increments)
Preprogram and store up to 3
different schedules

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Programming Unit

Programming Flushing 7. Use LEFT ARROW to navigate 3. From TBOS-II infra-red settings
Schedule back to the program Settings screen select Transmit and
There are two ways to proceed: menu. press OK again. When program to
8. Select Start times, press OK to be transmitted appears, press OK
select TBOS-II infra-red if IR
set. to confirm.
cable is connected to a TBOS-II
programming interface to access, 9. Use ABC to select program to 4. To clear programs A, B, or C: from
change or load programs there, or be set up. TBOS-II infra-red welcome
select Templates (TBOS-II) to screen, use DOWN ARROW
a) Set hours and minutes for
create or change programs stored to select Clear Programs
each start time (up to 8 per
on the handheld to load onto a and press OK, then select type
program) using ON/OFF keys,
programming interface at a later of program to clear and follow
press OK to set each (hours are
time (IR cable not used). prompts.
indicated using 24 hour clock).
NOTE: The home screen for [When exiting this screen, start 5. To check programs A, B, or C:
TBOS-II infra-red shows battery times will automatically sort into from TBOS-II infra-red welcome
condition for programming inter- chronological order.] screen, use DOWN ARROW to
face and ON/OFF state of any select Programs and press OK,
10.Use LEFT ARROW to navigate
current operation in progress. then select what is to be checked
back to the program Settings
1. Press HOME key for three and follow prompts.
seconds to turn handheld on. a) Use DOWN ARROW to select
Manual Flushing
2. Press RIGHT ARROW key or the Valve Run Times (Flush
Using TBOS-II handheld on the T-2
OK key to access Settings. Duration), press OK to set.
built-in programming interface (dark
3. Use DOWN ARROW to select NOTE: Although six valves may
gray in color).
Templates and press OK. be shown on screen, only Valve
NOTE: Manual start cannot be
1 is used to manage the Hydro-
4. Use DOWN ARROW to select initiated if there is no program in
Guard unit.
Programs and press OK. the programming interface.
b) Use ON/OFF keys to select
5. Use DOWN ARROW to select 1. To start manual flushing from
program A, B and/or C (one or
Watering Days (Days to Flush) TBOS-II infra-red welcome
more can be assigned).
and press OK. screen.
c) Then use ON/OFF keys to
6. Use UP/DOWN ARROWS to a) Use DOWN ARROW to select
set Flush duration (hours and/or
select one of the following: Manual Watering (Manual
minutes) for program just set, use
a) Custom Cycle (Week): use Flush) and press OK,
RIGHT/LEFT ARROWS to move move between hours and minutes b) Select Start Valve (Open
to days of the week, use ON/OFF and + and keys to set times Control Valve) then using ON/OFF
keys to highlight days on which to (1 minute to 12 hours), press OK keys select Valve 1 and press
flush, then press OK to confirm to set. OK,
days when selections are complete. c) Use ON/OFF keys to set the
b) Even Days: to Flush on even Transmitting Time, Date and manual Flush Time (1 minute
dates, press OK to set. Programs to Programming to 12 hours) and press OK to
c) Odd Days: to Flush on odd Interface, Clearing/Checking confirm. Flushing will start after a
dates including 31st, press OK to Programs, Manual Start four (4) second delay.
set. Connect handheld to programming
interface using IR cable. Stop Manual Flush Sequence
d) Odd Days 31: to Flush on odd
dated except 31st, press OK to 1. Reconnect IR cable to built-in
1. To transmit: from home screen,
set. interface, then hold down HOME
use DOWN ARROW to select
key on handheld.
e) Cyclical: to Flush every X TBOS-II infrared and press OK.
days, set X using ON/OFF keys TBOS-II handheld will receive 2. Use RIGHT ARROW to select
(X=1 to 31), press OK to set; then data (settings) from built-in TBOS-II infra-red menu and
set start date dd/mm/yyyy using programming interface. select Manual Watering.
ON/OFF keys, press OK to set. 2. Once data receipt is complete 3. Select Cancel Flush to cease
press RIGHT ARROW to move to the manual flush sequence.
Settings menu.

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System

Programming Unit

HG-1 Built-In: (Integrated) Programming Setting Flush Sequence

The NODE has the capability to Start Times
NODE Programming
Instructions hold 3 programs (A, B, C) and 4 1. Press RETURN/ENTER key until
start times per program. When CLOCK icon is displayed.
Batteries programming, flashing portion of 2. The START TIME will be
The NODE uses standard 9-volt display can be changed by pressing displayed flashing, along with the
alkaline batteries to operate the + or keys. To change something program letter (A, B, or C) and
control valve and program the not flashing, press LEFT or RIGHT start time number (1, 2, 3, or 4) in
controller. The controller can operate ARROWS until desired item is the upper left of the display. Up to
with one or two batteries installed. flashing. 4 different start times can be set
Under normal conditions, potential
for each program.
life is 1 year for a single battery. Setting Date/Time
3. Use + or key to change START
1. Press RETURN/ENTER key until
Battery Installation TIME for program displayed. Each
CLOCK icon is displayed.
1. Unscrew rear body of the press of key will change start time
2. All 4 digits will be displayed in 15-minute increments.
NODE to gain access to battery
representing the year. Use +
compartment. 4. Press RIGHT ARROW key to
or keys to change year. Press
2. Insert battery/batteries into battery add an additional START TIME to
RIGHT ARROW key to proceed to
tray and connect the battery program displayed. The start time
setting month.
connector to controller. number is shown in upper left
3. All 4 digits will be displayed corner of display.
3. Make sure no water is inside
with two digits on left flashing
battery compartment. 5. Press PRG key to add START
representing the MONTH. Use +
4. Screw the NODE rear body back TIME to a different program.
or key to change month. Press
onto front half. RIGHT ARROW key to proceed to 6. Press RETURN/ENTER key to
NOTE: Make sure that seal marker setting DAY. proceed to next programming
on rear half of the NODE lines function, or allow controller to
4. Only two digits on right will be
up with front half, ensuring a return to idle mode.
flashing, representing the DAY.
proper seal is created. Also, The
Press + or key to change day.
NODE has non-volatile memory, Setting Flush Duration Times
Press RIGHT ARROW key to
which allows battery replacement 1. Press RETURN/ENTER key until
proceed to changing TIME.
without losing program HOURGLASS icon is displayed.
information. 5. The AM/PM/24 time setting is RUN TIME will be displayed
shown flashing. Press + or key flashing. Also shown is program
Idle Mode Waking Up to change to AM, PM, or 24-hour letter (A, B, or C) and active
Normally the NODE display shows time. Press RIGHT ARROW key station # (always #1 all other
time and day, day of week, and to proceed to setting the HOUR. stations not used) on lower left
battery life indicator. During a short 6. All 4 numbers are shown with side of display.
period of inactivity the display will two numbers on the left flashing,
shut off to retain battery power 2. Press + or key to change station
representing the HOUR. Press + RUN TIME from 1 minute to 6
Pressing any key will wake up the or key to change the hour. Press
NODE to the Idle Mode. hours.
RIGHT ARROW key to proceed to
setting MINUTES. 3. Press PRG key to add a RUN
Run Mode TIME to another program.
7. All 4 numbers are shown with
When controller is operating a 4. Press RETURN/ENTER key to
two numbers on right flashing,
program, items shown on display proceed to next programming
representing MINUTES. Press
will include station number (always function, or allow controller to
+ or key to change minutes.
1), program letter (A, B, or C), return to idle mode.
(Pressing RIGHT ARROW key will
remaining runtime, and a blinking
return to YEAR setting at step #2.)
Rotor icon.
8. Press RETURN/ENTER key to
proceed to next programming
function, or allow controller to
return to idle mode.

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System

Programming Unit

Setting Flushing Days 5. Press RETURN/ENTER key to Battery Life Indicator

1. Press RETURN/ENTER key until proceed to next programming Remaining battery life can be
CALENDAR icon is displayed. function, or allow controller to estimated from the battery life
The program letter (A, B, or C) return to idle mode. indicator shown on display. The
will be displayed. Arrows point NOTE: NODE can operate using either a
at specific days of week in which Pressing + or key when single 9-volt battery or using two
flushing will occur. running in MANUAL FLUSH mode 9-volt batteries. Using two nine volt
2. Press LEFT or RIGHT ARROW to will modify FLUSH TIME for that batteries will yield approximately
scroll though days. station. twice the battery life of a single
Pressing the button when a 9-volt battery. The battery life
3. Press + key to activate that day indicator chart below shows an
for program displayed, or key to station is running in manual
watering will stop flush on the estimate of remaining battery life.
cancel watering for that day. The
arrow will show on flushing days current station and advance to the Full: 100-60% remaining battery life
for active program. next station. Med: 60-25% remaining battery life
Pressing the button when a Low: 25-0% remaining battery life
4. Press PRG key to set days to Replace battery immediately!
station is running in manual
flush for a different program, if
watering will stop the flush on the
desired. Resetting Controller
current station and revert to the
5. Press RETURN/ENTER key to previous station. Resetting controller will erase
proceed to next programming current program data and restart
function, or allow controller to Turn System Off controller. A reset does not,
return to idle mode. To turn off controller, press RETURN/ however, delete a program saved to
ENTER key button until icon permanent memory using the Easy
Manual Flushing resembling water spray and OFF Retrieve Memory feature to save a
Manual flushing allows user to test is displayed on screen. To return preferred program.
the Hydro-Guard unit or a program controller to auto programming mode, 1. From Idle Mode, press and hold ,
for a specified run time. press RETURN/ENTER key. The RIGHT ARROW, and PRG keys.
Make sure controller is in Idle Mode. controller will immediately return to
2. After two seconds screen will go
auto programming mode and will
1. Press and hold RIGHT ARROW blank. Continue to hold keys.
display time and battery life indicator.
until HAND icon is displayed. The 3. 12:00 will flash on display.
station number (always #1) will NODE Quick Check Release keys.
be displayed in lower left side of
This circuit diagnostic procedure can 4. The controller may show a
display along with RUN TIME.
quickly identify shorts commonly countdown from 10 to 1 on
2. Use the LEFT or RIGHT ARROW caused by faulty solenoids or when display, and then 12:00 am will
to select #1 station if not already bare common wire touches a bare be shown flashing when reset is
displayed, and + or key to set station control wire. To initiate NODE complete. The controller can now
manual flushing time. Quick Check procedure: be reprogrammed.
3. To manually activate a program, 1. From Idle Mode, press and hold
press PRG key. Program letter (A, +, , LEFT ARROW, and RIGHT
B, or C) will show on screen. If a ARROW keys.
different program is needed, press
2. Display will show all segments.
PRG key until desired program is
Release keys.
3. Press + key to initiate NODE
Quick Check test.
cycle press key until time is
reduced to zero. 4. Controller will then activate
flushing unit for 1 second to verify

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System

Assembly, Disassembly & Maintenance Instructions

HG-1 Disassembly and Reassembly Instructions

TOOLS NEEDED: HG-A104 Security Wrench, HG-A2023 Security Tool, Philips screwdriver, flat-head screwdriver

The HG-1 Unit is designed to Reassembly 7. Check battery life of Battery

operate unattended and with minimal 1. Return internal assembly to in Programming Interface or on-
need for service. In the event it is proper location and lock the Cam- board Programmer (according to
necessary to service the flushing Lock handles in place on the female model of unit), replace and restore
units control valve, solenoid, or any side of the Cam-Lock. programming if necessary.
other below-grade component, or 8. Align Lock on Exterior Housing
2. Pull up on internal assembly to
to load the Dechlorination Chamber Cover with Locking Bracket on
be sure it is locked in place (recom-
please follow these instructions. lower assembly of unit and reinstall
mendation: use a zip-tie to hold two
Disassembly Cam-Lock handles in position to Exterior Housing Cover (lock will
assure they remain locked in place engage when cover is properly
1. Shut off water supply to unit.
during operation of the unit). seated).
2. Use HG-A2023 Security Tool
3. Gently lift upper section, making 9. Restore water supply to unit.
to unlock and remove protective
Exterior Housing Cover. certain to not stretch wires or poly-
tube, and place it over pipe and Loading Dechlorination
3. Loosen, do not remove, two lower it onto top of in-ground section Chamber
stainless steel nuts in Bracket of unit. 1. Follow instructions HG-1
holding Dechlorination Chamber Machine Disassembly, steps 1 3.
Covers in place. 4. Line up four holes of Ground Plate
with brackets of in-ground Protective 2. Slide Bracket upward as far as
4. Use HG-A104 Security Wrench Sleeve. possible and remove Dechlorination
to remove four security bolts from Chamber Covers.
Erosion Controlling Ground Plate. ! Caution: do not rotate 3. Check for partially dissolved
the plate more than 90 in either
5. Lift upper assembly up and off chlorine tablets or residuals and
direction, which could stretch
pipe leading down into lower in- clean the chamber as needed.
wiring or poly-tube.
ground part of unit, taking care 4. Insert up to four 3 chlorine tables
not to stretch wiring and poly-tube 5. Reinstall four Security Screws and in each chamber.
sampling line. use HG-A104 Security Wrench to
5. Reinstall chamber covers, lower
6. Remove the internal subassembly tighten them securely.
bracket to secure them and retighten
from the bottom plate assembly of 6. Lower Dechlorination Chamber two nuts securely.
the HG-1 by releasing the Cam-Lock Bracket to original position and
handles at the base of the female 6. Follow instruction #8 above to
retighten two nuts securely.
side of the Cam-Lock. reinstall Exterior Housing Cover, and
restore water supply to unit.

Battery Replacement

HG-1 Removable TBOS-II 5. Screw protective cap back into 2. Connect fresh industrial grade
Controller place and hand tighten securely. 9-volt alkaline battery and reinsert it
1. Use HG-A2023 Security Tool to 6. Use Handheld Controller to reset with harness into Programmer (an
unlock and remove protective all programs and assure flushing optional battery harness is provided
Exterior Housing Cover. sequence is correct prior to returning for redundancy and extended battery
the HG-1 Unit to service. life).
2. Unscrew protective cap from gray
Programming Interface located at 7. Reinstall Exterior Housing Cover 3. Screw protective cap back into
top of unit. and restore water supply to unit. place and hand tighten securely.
3. Extract battery harness and 4. Confirm that desired flushing
remove old battery (dispose of HG-1 Built-In Node Controller sequences are correct prior to
battery appropriately). 1. Follow HG-1 Removable TBOS-II returning the HG-1 Unit to service.
4. Connect fresh industrial grade Controller steps 1 3 (left) to access 5. Reinstall Exterior Housing Cover
9-volt lithium or alkaline battery. Re- on-board Programmer. and restore water supply to unit.
insert with harness into Programmer.
hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System


troubleshooting the programmer


Controller does not flush Water at main water supply is Check main supply valve
as desired shut off
Battery dead Replace battery
Controller set to OFF Set controller to desired program
Controller improperly programmed Check program and clock settings
Blank display Battery dead Replace battery
Water does not turn off Overlapping programming Review all programming and edit
any program that is in conflict with
desired off schedule
Clear all programming in memory
and reset
Programmer not communicating Check Programming
Run Manual On/Off with solenoid
removed from valve (hold finger or
object over solenoid plunger to
prevent plunger from dislodging from
solenoid body
Check wiring for damage and
connectors to ensure proper con-
nection (red to red & black to black)

troubleshooting the Unit

If your Hydro-Guard Unit does Run a manual flush and confirm Connection loss from battery box
not activate: the solenoid plunger is kicking out to solenoid.
Possible Causes and pulling back in by listening for The solenoid is loose or there is
a click. debris in the adapter.
Water pressure off or low.
Check to make sure the flow There is a hole in or debris around
Batteries weak or dead.
control knob is open on the the diaphragm.
Connection loss from controller to valve OR Check the pipes for
solenoid. Try this Correction
obstructions OR Check the valve.
Solenoid not working properly. Run a manual flush for 1 minute.
Obstruction in flow of water. The Hydro-Guard Unit will not Change batteries.
Try this Correction shut off: Check connections for corrosion,
Possible Causes breaks, or lack of connection.
Check if curb stop is open.
The solenoid is stuck in the open Check the adapters and solenoid
Change batteries.
position or debris is interfering with for debris Run the electrical
Check connections for corrosion, systems check.
the plunger.
breaks, or lack of connection.
Batteries weak or dead. Refer to valve troubleshooting for
possible corrective measures.

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System


Hydro-Guard Options and Upgrades

The following is a brief overview protection, consider the HG-3 and automatically initiate a flush
and introduction to Hydro-Guard design. The HG-3 (18 to 108 bury) event when water quality conditions
Options. can be equipped with an optional warrant.
patented freeze protection system
Low Lead Brass Internal that allows the water in the service The Hydro-Guard S.M.A.R.T.
Components and Piping piping to drain from the piping when flushing system:
Freeze Protection a flush sequence is ceased. Monitors chlorine levels (total or
The Hydro-Guard HG-1 Unit is free).
freeze protected to 18 by virtue of S.M.A.R.T. Monitoring and Flush
Flushes distribution line when
the bury depth of the main 2 valve. Management
residual disinfectant drops below
The HG-1 offers a valve bury depth The Hydro-Guard HG-1 can be acceptable levels.
of approximately 16 with above upgraded to include a S.M.A.R.T.
controller and a variety of water Monitoring of pH, flow, temperature
ground electronics that can be
quality sensors. The S.M.A.R.T. or turbidity available.
powered by a 9-volt Lithium battery
(operational in temperatures as low equipped HG-1 will allow a utility to Two-way real-time communication
as -20 F). For additional freeze remotely monitor, in real-time, the via cellular, wifi, ethernet or
water quality at a specific flush point BlueTooth.

hydro-guard HG-1 Flushing System


Replacement Parts

ID Part # Description
1 546284 UV Protective Housing
HG-123104 Quick Connect/B-QC
HG-123105 Quick Connect Sanitary Cap

3 546703 Riser Assembly

4 546519 OEM Dechlorination System

5 546514 Housing Diffuser Top

6 546292 Ground Plate

7 HG-01141A Stainless Steel Housing Bracket

8 546025 15 PVC Housing Pipe

9 HG-123100 2 Valve 520-050 w/Flow Control

10 HG-13101 Cam Lock Release System

7 11 546330 Splash Pad

12 HG-5292 NODE Controller Sub Assembly

13 HG-5295 TBOS-II Controller Sub Assembly

Controller Options

12 13


Built-In Controller
(shown above on
illustration) Removable Controller

Part Number Pipe Material





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