ILHWS Safety Advice
Information and Safety Standards
The InLine Hot Water System has been designed and built with a focus on quality and safety and meets all relevant requirements of applicable product safety directives.
The EC Declaration of Conformity Certificate is a sign that the ILHWS has been designed and constructed for compliance with relevant essential requirements, and has been through the appropriate conformity assessment processes.
Please take time to read through the safety sections below and familiarise yourself with them before using your Clear Heater System.
- The InLine Hot Water System must be installed by a certified installer authorized by Logicor.
Our installers have to pass strict qualification standards before they become approved to install our systems. Our installers will advise and install your InLine Hot Water System in the most suitable position.
- WARNING - InLine Hot Water Systems must not be located immediately below a wall socket outlet.
- WARNING - Bathroom Installations
InLine Hot Water Systems and control panels located in a bathroom must be positioned so that switches and other controls cannot be touched by a person in the bath or shower.
Water heater units must not be installed at a height greater than 1.8m in a bathroom.
Please follow electrical safety regulations applicable to your country in regards to installations in bathrooms.
- WARNING - Do not install the InLine Hot Water System in a wardrobe or to a ceiling.
Our installers will advise and install your InLine Hot Water System in the most effective position to heat the water your property needs safely and efficiently.
Safety and Maintenance
WARNING :InLine Hot Water System units must not be used if there is any visible damage to the outer case or the unit itself.
InLine Hot Water Systems are robust and durable but please avoid impacts from sharp or heavy objects: a hammer for example. In the unlikely event that any of the front panels of your InLine Hot Water System units become damaged, switch the unit off from the electrical supply if it is safe to do so and contact Logicor (CH) Ltd.
CAUTION :Some parts of this product can become hot and cause burns. Particular attention has to be given where children or vulnerable people are present.
InLine Hot Water Systems operate at a normal 48°C (118 °F). The use of this product by young children under 8 years old or infirm persons without supervision is not recommended. Do not allow young children to play with the appliance.
WARNING :Do not dismantle; this appliance contains no user serviceable parts.
In the unlikely event of you requiring service please contact your authorised distributor or Logicor by visiting www.logicor.co.uk.
WARNING :If the power cord is damaged do not use the appliance.
If the power cord is damaged it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service agent or similar qualified persons to avoid a hazard.
WARNING :In order to avoid overheating, do not cover the heater.
If you wish to dry clothes within the proximity of the Inline Hot Water System please purchase a clothes dryer system from Logicor. The Logicor clothes dryer system is designed to work with the Clear Heater System and provides a convenient, safe and quick method to dry clothes positioned a safe distance from the Clear Heater System. At no point must clothing be hung directly over an InLine Hot Water System or Clear Heater System.
- IMPORTANT - The InLine Hot Water System is designed to cope with normal household dust. The water heaters have several sensitive internal sensors; please avoid spraying polish, hair sprays or other chemical sprays near the InLine Hot Water System units as it may reduce or damage the performance and can be dangerous. Use only a clean dry cloth to clean the InLine Hot Water System and control panel but avoid polish, sprays or harsh abrasives.
- IMPORTANT - All Logicor ILHWS are fitted with a sacrificial anode to increase the life expectancy of the unit. As with any boiler system, during normal operation you may find occasional harmless sediment deposits in the hot water system caused by the normal corrosion of the sacrificial anode. This process does not represent a risk or fault. If you notice a rapid depletion of the sacrificial anode you will need to call a qualified ILHWS engineer. Before you call an engineer check to see if you have a salt based water softener fitted on the incoming supply to the ILHWS. Softened water will cause the anode to deplete more rapidly than hard water and you may need to change the type of water softener that you use.