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Original user manual

Installation Manual
Concrete filter(s)
Stage I
Project number: A12345

Thank you for the confidence you have shown in our company and product.

We are sure that your DynaSand Filter(s) will serve you well.
Please, study this manual thoroughly before installing your DynaSand Filter
plant.
About this manual
The purpose of this manual is to give you the most value out of your DynaSand Filter plant.
This manual provides information about the DynaSand Filters.
The manual supplied by Nordic Water Products AB is generic for different sizes of concrete
Dynasand Filters and pictures show typical Dynasand Filter details.
All specifications and measurements are individual for each size and version of the DynaSand
Filter. There might be sections that are not applicable to your plant. These instructions refer
to drawings and technical specifications provided by Nordic Water Products AB. A copy of
them can be found in chapter 2.

How to identify your DynaSand Filter model


To identify your DynaSand Filter please see the filter plant specific information in chapter 2.
Listed here are also possible deviations from the standard version for your plant.
If the plant specific information is not available, please contact Nordic Water Products AB
for model information.

Using the manual


The manual is divided into numbered chapters. Each chapter is divided into sections.
A text describing a procedure is not generally repeated. When it is necessary to refer to
another chapter the reference is given as chapter and section number i.e. 2.5.
If a reference is given as without chapter as: see section 5 it means another section in the
same chapter.
Specifications are subject to change without notice. Reservation for misprint.

Nordic Water Products AB


Head Office

DynaSand & Service Department

Sisj Kullegata 6 421 32 Vstra Frlunda SWEDEN

Box 1004 149 25 Nynshamn SWEDEN

Phone: +46 31 748 54 00 Fax: +46 31 748 54 10

Phone: +46 8 524 409 00 Fax: +46 8 520 173 25

E-mail: info@nordicwater.se

E-mail: nwp@nordicwater.se
Visiting address:
Industrivgen 6 149 41 Nynshamn SWEDEN

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CONTENTS

1 Safety Information

1.1 General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.2 Special safety instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

2 Extent of Delivery

2.1 Delivery specification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8


2.2 Technical specification for DynaSand Filter. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.3 Technical specification for control system. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11

3 Marking up the Basin

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3.1 Control of elevation, dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14


3.2 Marking up the lines on the ground plate. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3.3 Installation of anchor bolts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17

4 Preparation of Bottom Cone(s) in Steel

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4.1 Fixture for assembling the bottom cone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20


4.2 Assembling the bottom cone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
4.3 Prepare the bottom cone for installation in the basin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31

5 Preparations of Bottom Cone(s) in FRP

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5.1 General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5.2 Assembling the bottom cone. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
5.3 Preparing the bottom cone for installation in the basin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39

6 Installation of Bottom Cone

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6.1 General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
6.2 Mounting the bottom cone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
6.3 Concrete casting of the bottom cones. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49

7 Mounting the In-Basin Concrete Partitioners


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5

8 Installation of Embedded Pipes


8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4

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General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Casting concrete partitioners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Pyramids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Pylons. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Installing the concrete partitioners. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62

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General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Installing the Embedded pipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70
Method 1 for installing embedded pipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71
Method 2 for installing embedded pipes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71

9 Troubleshooting

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9.1 Problems during installation stage I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74


9.2 Service Offices. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75

10 Appendix

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10.1 Check list for installation of concrete DynaSand filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78


10.2 Quick check of elevation levels. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78
10.3 Control of marking up the basin. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80

Chapter 1
Safety Information

1
1 Safety

1. Safety Information
1.1 General
These instructions must be kept by/near the
machine/filter. The information has been provided
in the interest of safety.
The user (owner) of the machine/filter is responsible
for training and safety of the operating personnel.
These instructions must be handed over to concerned
personnel. The user and concerned personnel are
required to be familiar with the directions in these
instructions.
Personnel whose duties entail transport, assembly,
operation or maintenance of the machine must have
read and understood these instructions.
The machine/filter may only be taken into service
by competent personnel who have been briefed on
the machine/filter and informed of the dangerous
operations.
These instructions contain safety provisions. These
must always be observed. Account of local safety
and accident regulations has to be taken.
With regard to disassembly and disposal instructions,
please contact the supplier.

The user is responsible for the issue of permits for


gaining admittance to any tanks, chemicals tanks,
etc.
Decrees by the Work Safety Board with regulations
on work in closed areas must be followed.
Personal protective equipment must be used in all
cases of work with chemicals, in accordance with
relevant product information sheets.
Commissioning, test running and adjustment/
maintenance work must be performed by competent
and, if necessary, proper/authorized personnel.
The machine/filter must never be taken into service
without protection and safety devices in working
order.
EC conformity in relation to installation must be
ensured prior to commissioning of the machine/
filter.
DANGER! This sign appears at a
number of places in the instructions.
Follow the directions.

In case of work within the danger area of the


machine/filter, water and compressed air supply
must be disconnected. Work must not be carried
out on ones own. In the case of all other work,
all supplies of energy must be switched off by a
lockable disconnect switch. The person in charge
of the work must always bring the key. Protective
equipment must be used.

Danger Area

1.2 Special safety instructions


The machine/filter may only be transported by
competent personnel. General safety rules for lifting
must be observed.
The machine/filter may only be assembled by
competent personnel, in accordance with applicable
assembly and installation regulations. Local safety
rules must be followed.
All inspection, monitoring and repair work on the
machine/filter is to be performed by competent
personnel (i.e. qualified electricians). General and
local safety regulations are to be observed.

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Chapter 2
Extent of Delivery

2 Extent of Delivery

2. Extent of Delivery
2.1 Delivery specification
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file and added to this manual. If this text is seen here, this manual is not specific for a certain filter plant.

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2.3 Technical specification for control system

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file and added to this manual. If this text is seen here, this manual is not specific for a certain filter plant.


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Technical specification for control system page 2


The information stated here is unique for every filter plant. This page is normally generated from an external
file and added to this manual. If this text is seen here, this manual is not specific for a certain filter plant.

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Chapter 3
Marking up the Basin

3 Marking up the Basin

3. Marking up the Basin

The following instructions describes the installation


of bottom cones and embedment parts of the
DynaSand filter with 2-12 modules in one concrete
basin.
There are two following manuals after this one,
the Installation Manual Concrete filter(s) Stage II,
contains information on how to install the internals,
the air-lift pumps and the control systems and
others. Installation Manual Concrete filter(s) stage
III, contains information about how to install the
pipes.

3.1 Control of elevation,


dimensions
Check your drawing and do the following:
1. Check the dimensions of the basin,
see chapter 10.3 for the measurements of a basin
with the correct number of modules.
2. Check that the diagonals of the basin are equal,
see figure 3.2.
3. Check
the
ground
plates
elevation.
The elevation of the ground plates needs to be
checked over the whole plant and it is important
to keep the same elevation all-over.

5. Mark up a line on the wall, the elevation shall be


at +1905 mm (the floor in the manual is always
considered as +0 mm, see 10.2 for calculation
example) added with the tolerance you have
chosen in point 3 above. This line indicates
where the upper edge of the bottom cone shall
be located before drilling the hole in the walls,
see figure 3.1.
6. In figure 6.5, there is an elevation, which is the
most important elevation for the proceeding
of the installation. This elevation can only
be checked when the whole group of the
bottom cones are attached to each other. More
instructions about this elevation in chapter 6.2.

Note! This is a help line to see that the bottom cones


are in right level. The upper edge of the bottom cone
should fit to this line.

Note! If some area of the ground plate is


outside the tolerance of 5 mm, then you
have to go for this elevation in the basin.
This needs to be discussed with the Nordic Water
Products supervisor.
4. Check the over all length and width of the basin.
The dimension in length and width shall be
checked at a height of 1700 - 2100 mm over
the bottom plate. If this dimension is smaller
than the indicated dimension in the drawing,
see appendix, a recess in the concrete has to
be done.

1905 mm 5 mm

Note! If a recess has to be done in the concrete, please


contact the Nordic Water Products supervisor.
Figure 3.1 Control line for elevation of
bottom cones.

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3.2 Marking up the lines on the


ground plate
Before the installation can start, a control of all basins
has to be carried out. The ground plates elevation in
all basins shall be in the elevation 5mm. Follow
the step by step instruction in this chapter to mark
out all necessary lines and check them carefully so
no mistakes are made. It is very important that the
elevation and dimensions are followed.

Note! The inner dimension on each basin has to


be checked out from the project layout drawing in
chapter 2.
Note! For exact measurements see 10.3.

Basin with two modules


1. Measure the diagonal over the basin and mark
out the centre point where the diagonal lines are
crossing each other. Check that the centre point
has the same distance to all walls.
2. Mark out two lines in the middle of the basin.
The lines should be parallel with the walls of the
basin and form a cross, figure 3.2.
3. Mark out two new lines in each direction from
each centre line, parallel with the walls, figure
3.3.
4. In each of this new points where the lines are
crossing each other, a hole for the anchor bolts
shall be drilled, see figure 3.3. The supplied
anchor bolt size is M16. The chemical compound
is supplied by Nordic Water Products AB. The
drill diameter for the M16 anchor bolt has to be
carried out according to the data sheet from the
supplier of the chemical compound.
5. The depth of the hole shall be 175 mm.

Drill hole for anchor bolts

=
Figure 3.2 Marking up lines on the bottom plate
step 2.

Figure 3.3 Marking up lines on the bottom plate


step 3.


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Basin with four modules or more

1. Measure the diagonal over the basin and mark


out the centre point where the diagonal lines are
crossing each other. Check that the centre point
has the same distance to all walls, figure 3.2.
2. Mark out a line (A) from the crossing point
in the middle of the basin. The line should be
parallel with the long walls of the basin figure
3.4.
3. Mark out a new line (B) from the crossing point,
parallel to the short wall.
4. Offset the line (A) that is parallel with the long
wall with a new line (C) on each side.
5. Offset the line (B) with a new line (D) on each
side.

6. If your basin contains more than four modules,


repeat point 4-5 in all directions. See 10.3 for
more details.
7. In each of this, new points where the lines are
crossing each other a hole for the anchor bolts
shall be drilled. The anchor bolt size is M16, the
size of the hole, see instruction for installation
of chemical anchor for this size of bolt.
8. The depth of the hole shall be 175 mm.

Note! A fixture where all these points are marked


out can be useful to use just to mark out the drilling
points from the centre point.

Note! For exact measurements for the number of modules in the current basin see 10.3.
C

Drill holes for


anchor bolts.

Figure 3.4 Offsetting lines on the bottom plate.

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3.3 Installation of anchor bolts


It is very important that all ground plates in all
basins are in the same elevation.
Mount the threaded rods in the ground plate; the
holes are described in section 2 and the screw set in
table 3.1.
The anchor bolt shall reach at least 60-70 mm above
the ground plate, depending on the elevation of the
ground plate.

Note! The chemical compounds are provided by


Nordic Water Products AB, follow the procedure for
the chemical compound and see the data sheet from
the supplier of the chemical compound.

Screw Set for one anchor bolt


Qty
Article
Description
1
2
2

M16240 A2
M6M 16 A2
50909 8080

Threaded rod
Nut
Washer

Table 3.1 Screw sets for mounting the anchor bolts

Note! Adjust all washers to the exact same level


when all anchor bolts are installed. Use a laser tool
if possible.

60-70 mm

+ 27 mm

35 5mm

Anchor bolt M16

Figure 3.5 Elevation of anchor bolts.


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When the chemical compound is cured, mount a


square washer 8080 and nut M16 on each treaded
rod.
The elevation on the upper side of the washer shall
be + 27 mm. The elevation has to be adjusted from
the highest elevation of the ground plate in the basin,
see figure 3.5 and section 3.1.
The free end of the anchor bolt shall be 35 mm 5
mm over the square washer. If it sticks up higher it
has to be cut off after the anchor bolt is tightened
inside the bottom cone, see Installation Manual
Concrete filter(s) stage II for more information.
Repeat the steps above for the rest of the anchor
bolts.

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Chapter 4
Preparation of
the Bottom Cone(s) in Steel

4 Preparation of Bottom Cone(s) in Steel

4. Preparation of Bottom Cone(s) in Steel


4.1 Fixture for assembling the bottom cone
A fixture is supplied to facilitate the assembling of the bottom cone. The fixture is supplied as a kit, see
the items for the fixture bellow. All associated parts are packed together. To assemble the bottom cone see
section 2. For instructions on how to install the bottom cone see chapter 6.

4 wooden pieces as legs

8 pieces of side parts to be the worktable

2 pieces of pegs

1 piece of cone support

1 piece of leg for cone support

Figure 4.1 Items for fixture.

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1.

Screw the 8 side parts together as seen in figure


4.2. Put the cone support and leg for cone
support together as showed in figure 4.3.

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52

1869

2436

2319

Figure 4.2 Side parts of fixture screwed together.

2.

Figure 4.3 Mounted cone support.

Assemble the four wooden pieces for the table


frame and lift up the cone support. The fixture
for the bottom cone is ready to assemble the
bottom cone (figure 4.4)

Figure 4.4 Fixture for the bottom cone put together


with the cone support.


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4.2 Assembling the bottom


cone

Before the installation of the bottom cones in the


basin the bottom cones have to be mounted together.
The bottom cone is divided in four parts with a plate
in the bottom.
A gasket has to be mounted on the side of the
cone section. The gasket shall be mounted on the
inner side of the cone section. The cone sections
are delivered on a pallet and the inner side is faced
up on the pallet. Attach the self adhesive gasket on
the cone section before you lift it of the pallet, see
figure 4.5.
The gasket is self-adhesive and supplied on rolls. Cut
it in the right length after it is attached to the cone
section.

Qty
4
2

Dimension [mm]
123
128

Length [mm]
220
700

Table 4.1 Dimensions and length for the gasket for


bottom cones in steel.

Attach the self adhesive 12 3 mm


gasket on cone section.

Figure 4.5 Botton cone section.

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1. Lift the cone section up on the fixture. Check


so it is placed in the right position on the table
(figure 4.6).

Gasket on the back side here

Bottom cone section

Figure 4.6 First section in place for mounting.


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Mount the bracket


Mount the bracket on the inside and the lifting lug
on the outside of the cone section, see figure 4.7.
Only one lifting lug shall be mounted on each cone
section.
All necessary information concerning screws, nut,
washers, brackets etc. is shown table 4.1.

Note! No washer shall be mounted on the outside of


the lifting lug.

The lifting lug on the outside.

Lifting lug

Bracket
The bracket on the inside.

Figure 4.7 Mounting the bracket and lifting lug on cone sections.

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Screw sets for one bracket


Qty
1
10
4
9

Article
M6S 1040 A2
RB 10,5222 A2
M6S 1090A2
M6M 10 A2

Description
Screw (figure 4.19)
Washer
Screw (figure 4.7)
Nut

When two cone sections are mounted take away the


supporting leg. The centre of gravity is low enough
for the two cone sections to stand up by themselves.

Table 4.2 Screw sets for one bracket.

Figure 4.8 The first cone section assembled.


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2. Mount the second cone section equal to the first


one.

Screw sets for one cone section


Qty
44
44
44

Article
K6S M1020 H
M6M 90
RB 10,5222

Description
Screw
Nut
Washer

Table 4.3 Screw sets for one cone section.

Figure 4.9 Two cone sections mounted together.

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Observe that the round head screw


shall be mounted from the inside.

Figure 4.10 Round head screw on the inside of the


cone section.

3. Then mount the third cone section equal to the


other two.

Figure 4.11 Three cone sections mounted together.


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4. Mount the fourth cone section equal to the


other three.

Note! Before you attach the fourth cone to the first


cone, make sure that the fourth cone is beneath the
first cone.

Figure 4.12 All four cone sections mounted together.

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5. Prepare the bottom plate with the sealing as


shown below. When the bottom plate is prepared,
turn over the bottom cone to one side. Drill holes
for the bottom plate in the cone parts. Assemble
the bottom plate with screw joints, use the same
cup headed M1035 screws and M10 nuts and
washers.

8 mm

Figure 4.14 Bottom plate seen from the side with 8


mm of gasket.

Figure 4.13 Attach the self adhesive 128mm gasket


on the bottom plate.

Figure 4.15 Bottom plate attached to the bottom


cone.


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Figure 4.16 Assembled bottom cone.


6.

From the inside of the bottom cone, cut off the


extra sealing as shown in picture 4.17 - 4.18.
Note the cup head on the inside of the cone.

Figure 4.17 Inside the bottom cone, before the extra


sealing has been cut off.

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Figure 4.18 Inside of bottom cone after the extra


sealing has been cut off.

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4.3 Prepare the bottom cone for


installation in the basin
The bottom cone has to be secured to keep the shape
during casting. The cone is not constructed to take
up the force from the casting, therefore the sand
distributor is used as a fixture during the casting of
the concrete. The casting has to be done in at least
three steps, preferable in four steps, see chapter 6.3.
Mount the sand distributor, see figure 4.18, between
the four brackets. There are four holes, one on each
bracket, where the M1040 bolts will fit. Secure with
a nut and washer from the outside.
The construction can be lifted using the sand
distributor. Otherwise there are three holes on four
sides to arrange a lifting device.

4
Note! The bottom cone can be lifted as shown in
chapter 6.

Mount the sand distributor to the bracket


with the supplied M1040 bolts

Hole in each bracket


to lift the bottom cone

Figure 4.19 Mounting the sand distributor.


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Preparation of
Bottom Cone(s) in FRP

5 Preparations of Bottom Cone(s) in FRP

5. Preparations of Bottom Cone(s) in FRP

5.1 General

5.2 Assembling the bottom cone

The FRP bottom cone is assembled on a flat, hard


surface. There is no need for a fixture to facilitate
the assembling of the bottom cone as for the steel
bottom cone.

Before the bottom cones are installed in the basin,


the bottom cone have to be mounted together. The
bottom cone is divided in four parts with a plate in
the bottom.
Start by preparing the cone sections with self
adhesive gasket, 203 mm (see figure 5.1). The gasket
is delivered in rolls and cut in the right lengths.

Note! The self adhesive gasket shall only be placed


on one side of the bottom cone part.

Gasket information
Qty
4
2

Dimension [mm]
203
203

Length [mm]
220
1200

Table 5.1 Dimensions and length for the gaskets.

Self adhesive gasket


attached to the
cone section.

Figure 5.1 One of four cone parts prepared with self adhesive 203 mm gasket.

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Prepare the bottom plate with 2 layers of gasket


(20 3 mm). It is important that the gasket fits in the
eight corners. Cut the gasket carefully and mount it
as shown in figure 5.2 - 5.3.

Figure 5.2 Attach the self adhesive 203mm gasket


in 2 layers on the bottom plate.

2 layers of gasket

3 mm

Figure 5.3 Bottom plate seen from the side with 2


layers of gasket.


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1. Mount two of the cone parts together on a flat,


hard surface. Handle the FRP parts with care on
the surface. Use the cup headed M1030 screws
and M10 nuts and washers, see table 4.1. The
washer shall only be used on the nut side.

Figure 5.4 Two parts of the bottom cone mounted together.

Figure 5.5 Cone parts connected with screw joints.

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2. Mount cone parts three and four together with


cone parts one and two, in the same way.
3. When the bottom cone is mounted together,
turn it over and prepare the bottom plate.
Assemble the bottom plate with screw joints,
use cup headed M10 30 screws and M10 nuts
and washers.

Screw set for one cone section


Qty
48
96
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Article
M6S 1030 A2
RB 10,5222 A2
M6M 10 A2

Description
Screw
Washer
Nut

Tabell 5.1 Screw sets for one bracket.

Figure 5.6 Assembled bottom cone.


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Figure 5.7 Assembled bottom cone turned over.


4. Cut off the extra sealing from the inside of the
bottom cone, figure 5.8 - 5.9.

Figure 5.8 Inside the bottom cone, before the extra


sealing has been cut off.

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Figure 5.9 Inside of bottom cone after extra sealing


has been cut off.

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5.3 Preparing the bottom cone


for installation in the basin
The bottom cone has to be secured to keep the shape
during casting. The cone is not constructed to take
up the force from the casting, therefore the sand
distributor is used as a fixture during the casting
of the concrete underneath. The casting has to be
done in at least three steps, preferable in four steps,
chapter 6.3.
Mount the sand distributor, (see figure 5.10 for
sand distributor in FRP amd figure 5.11 for sand
distributor in stainless steel) between the four
brackets. There are four holes, one on each bracket,
where the hook bolts will fit. Secure with M10 nut
and washer from the outside.
The construction can be lifted using the sand
distributor, see figure 5.12.

Sand distributor

Bottom cone

Nut M10
Washer M10

Note! The sand distributor material can vary, see


figure 5.10 and 5.11.

Bracket

Hook bolt fixed to


sand distributor
at the workshop

Figure 5.10 Mounting the sand distributor (FRP) in the bottom cone.


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Sand distributor
Bottom cone

Bracket

5
Nut M10
Washer M10

Figure 5.11 Mounting the sand distributor (stainless steel) in the bottom cone.

Figure 5.12 Example of how to lift the bottom cone.

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Installation of Bottom Cone

6 Installation of Bottom Cone

6. Installation of Bottom Cone


6.1 General
To lift the bottom cone into the basin, lifting
equipment must be attached to the bottom cone. The
lifting equipment can be strapped around the sand
distributor, see figure 6.1.

For steel bottom cones a shackle can be attached


to the brackets attached to the sand distributor, see
figure 4.18.

No personnel shall be in the basin


during the lift of the bottom
cone.
General
and
local
safety
regulations shall be observed
when work is performed in the
basin.

Example of temporary support

Figure 6.1 Lifting the bottom cone into the basin.

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6.2 Mounting the bottom cone


Installation
Lift one bottom cone into the basin and place it over
the anchor bolt. Start in one of the corners since a
single cone is unsteady and needs temporarily support
to prevent it from falling (figure 6.1). Check so that
the upper edge of the bottom cone is approximately
at the same level as the elevation line on the wall,
figure 3.1.

To avoid water from the concrete to leak into the


bottom cone use some silicone compound on the
washer before you lift in the cone.

Figure 6.2 Bottom cone mounted on the


anchor bolt.

+2100 5

+1905 5

+27
+0

Washer 8080

Washer 8080

Figure 6.3 Elevation control when the first bottom cone is mounted.


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Mount a 8080 washer and a nut M16 on the anchor


bolt inside in the bottom cone and tighten slightly.

When the first cone is in place, proceed in the same


way with the second cone and so on. Put the cones
together with the screw joints in the middle, see
figure 6.4.

Screw set for assembling


two bottom cones
Qty
4
8
4

Article
M6S 1030 A2
RB 10,5222 A2
M6M 10 A2

Description
Screw
Washer
Nut

Table 6.1 Screw set for assembling two cones.

Figure 6.4 Two cones screwed together.

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When the two cones have been screwed together


with the M1030, a check must be done; the top of
the sand distributor must be exactly horisontal (see
figure 6.5).
This elevation is the most important elevation. The
closer the installation is carried out to the elevation
of +0 mm, the more equal the flow will be through
the filter groups. So when the elevation for the sand
cones in one filter group is ensured, the purpose
of the rest of the installation is to reach the same
elevation.

Note! Check the elevation for the top surface of all


sand distributors. The elevation must be with in
5 mm. See figure 6.5.

6
Expansion bolt M1090,
washer M10 Nut M10

Screw M1030, washer M10,


nut M10

Horizontal surface

+2100 5

+ 1905 5

+0

Figure 6.5 Elevation control for top surface of all sand distributors.


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Lift in the other cones and mount them in the same


way as bottom cone number one. When all cones
are mounted check all elevations and gaps carefully
before tightening all screw joints.

Figure 6.6 Two bottom cones are installed in the basin.

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If everything has been carried out in accordance to


this instruction, tolerances and elevations, indicated
in the drawings, then there should be a gap between
the outer side of the bottom cones and the wall.
Depending on the tolerance the gap can vary in
size. Use a wooden shim or equal to keep this gap.
Drill the holes into the wall, through the holes in the
bottom cones.

Figure 6.7 Drill holes in the concrete wall through


the existing hole in the bottom cone and mount the
expansion bolts.
Wooden shim

Figure 6.8 Wooden shims between bottom cone and


basin wall.


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Standard

Aggressive water

The expansion bolt size is M10, the size of the drilled


hole is 10 mm.
The depth of the hole shall be 70-100 mm, depending
of the basin tolerance. Drill all holes into the wall
and mount the expansion bolts.
Check that all anchor bolts and screws are
tightened.
This distance has to stay until the casting underneath
is done. In figure 6.9 an example of the design for the
wooden shim between the wall and the bottom cone
is shown.

Aggressive water is for example salt water with high


contents of chloride or some kinds of fabrication
water. Please contact the process department at
Nordic Water Products AB for more information
about aggressive water.
The threaded rod size is M10. See installation
instructions for chemical anchor for this size of
threaded rods.
The chemical compounds are provided by Nordic
Water Products AB. Follow the procedure for the
chemical compound and see the data sheet from the
supplier.
Use the threaded rod M10, length ~100mm, washer
M10, nut M10, see packing list from Nordic Water
Products AB.
When the chemical compound is cured mount a
washer M10, nut M10 on each threaded rod and
check the wooden shims so it fits the gap between
the bottom cone and the wall.
Tighten the nuts and check that all nuts and screws
are tightened.

Figure 6.9 Wooden shims between bottom cone and basin wall.

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6.3 Concrete casting of the


bottom cones
Before starting with the four steps of concrete
casting a small undercasting has to be done under
each cone. Cast by hand as illustrated in figure 6.10.

Do not vibrate the concrete! This might


damage or buckle the bottom cones.
Note! The concrete shall cure between each step of
concrete casting.

Figure 6.10 Undercasting of cones.


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First step

Second step

Cast around 430 mm concrete in each step. Let the


concrete cure before the next step is casted.

After the concrete has cured, continue with the


second step of concrete casting.

Note! Fill up the cone with water at least to the same


level as an imaginary line of the next step of casting.
This will hold back the force from the concrete during
the casting.

Figure 6.11 First step in concrete casting.

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Figure 6.12 Second step in concrete casting.

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Third step

Fourth step

Continue the concrete casting when the concrete


from the second step has cured.

The last step of concrete casting shall not be filled


up to the upper edge of the bottom cone. Cast the
concrete no higher than 30 mm from the top, figure
6.15.

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Figure 6.13 Third step in concrete casting.

Figure 6.14 Fourth step of concrete casting.

Figure 6.15 Maximum concrete casting in step four.


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Chapter 7
Mounting the In-basin
Concrete Partitioners

7 Mounting the In-basin Concrete Partitioner

7. Mounting the In-Basin Concrete Partitioners


7.1 General
The function of all concrete partitioners is to
guarantee movement in the filter media. The in
basin concrete partitioners are different for DS
5000 concrete and DS 6000 concrete versions. The
difference depends on the total volume of the filter
media, where DS 5000 needs a higher in basin
paratitioner than DS 6000.
The in basin partitioner for DS 5000 is called pylons
while the in basin partitioner for DS 6000 is called
pyramids. Chapter 2.1 contains information about
your system.

7.2 Casting concrete


partitioners
The concrete partioners can be prefabricated or
casted directly in the basin. If the prefabricated
method is chosen, the concrete partioners are casted
in a mould, built according to Nordic Water Products
dimensions (see section 3-4). After the concrete
has cured the partitioners are lifted into place and
fastened with wet concrete and/or bolts. More
instructions on installation of concrete partitioners
in section 5.

Note! The in basin concrete partinioners can be


prefabricated and lifted into place or casted directly
in the basin.

Figure 7.1 Pylons in basin.

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7.3 Pyramids
Pyramids are casted in different shapes in concrete.
The full pyramids are used in the basin between the
bottom cones, the half pyramids are used along the
sides of the basin and the quarters are used in the
corners of the basin.

Dimensions
The dimensions and form of the different
prefabricated pyramids are shown in figures 7.2-7.7.

The full pyramid


The prefabricated full pyramid (figure 7.2) is used in
the basin, between the bottom cones. The dimensions
to build the mould is shown in figure 7.3.

Figure 7.2 Example of full pyramid.

Figure 7.3 Dimensions of the prefabricated full pyramid.


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The half pyramid


The prefabricated half pyramid (figure 7.4) is used
along the sides of the basin and the dimensions to
build the mould is shown in figure 7.5.

Figure 7.4 Example of half pyramid .

Figure 7.5 Dimensions for half pyramid.


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The quarter pyramid


The quarter pyramid (figure 7.6) is used in the
corners of the basin and the dimensions to build the
mould is shown in figure 7.7.

Figure 7.6 Example of quarter pyramid.

Figure 7.7 Dimensions for quarter pyramid.


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7.4 Pylons
Pylons are prefabricated in different sizes. The full
pylons are used in the basin between the bottom
cones, the half pylons are used along the sides of the
basin and the quarter pylons are used in the corners
of the basin.
The pylons differ from the pyramids since they are
higher than the pyramids.

Dimensions of the pylons


The dimension and form of the different prefabricated
pylons are shown in figure 7.10-7.15. The height of
the pylons depends on the filter model. Heights are
shown in table 7.1.

Figure 7.9 Prefabricated full pylon.

Bodyheight [H] for pylons


Model

Height [mm]

N
E
D
DD

320
820
1320
1820

Table 7.1 Heights for pylons. H in dimension drawings.

Note! The pylon is fastened in 20-30 mm of concrete,


see section 5.

Figure 7.8 Prefabricated pylons installed in basin.

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The full pylon


The prefabricated full pylon (figure 7.10) is used in
the basin, between the bottom cones. The dimensions
to build the mould is shown in figure 7.11.

Figure 7.10 Full pylon.

Figure 7.11 Dimensions for full pylons.


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The half pylon


The prefabricated half pylon (figure 7.12) is used
along the sides of the basin and the dimensions to
build the mould is shown in figure 7.13.

Figure 7.12 Half pylon.

Figure 7.13 Dimensions of half pylons.


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The quarter pylon


The quarter pylon (figure 7.14) is used in the corners
of the basin and the dimensions to build the mould
is shown in figure 7.15.

Figure 7.14 Quarter pylon.

Figure 7.15 dimensions for quarter pylons.


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7.5 Installing the concrete partitioners


Prefabricated full concrete partitioner
Fill up the square gap shown in figure 7.16 with
20 mm of wet concrete. Use this concrete as glue when
fastening the prefabricated concrete partitioner.

Note! Pyramids and pylons might need to be secured


with bolts or similar, consult the concrete designer.

Fill this square area with wet concrete

Figure 7.16 Square gap to be filled with wet concrete.

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Put the prefabricated quarter partitioner in the wet


concrete between the walls and the edges of the
bottom cone.
There will be some spaces between the bottom cone,
walls and the partitioner. Fill these spaces with fine
concrete (light area in figure 7.17).

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Fill the light spaces with wet fine concrete

Figure 7.17 Prefabricated quarter pyramid lifted in place. The spaces (light area) is filled with fine concrete.


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Prefabricated half partitioners


Fill up the triangular gap in figure 7.18 with 20mm
with wet concrete. Use this concrete as glue when
fastening the prefabricated partitioner. See figure
7.19-7.20.

7
Fill this triangular area with wet concrete

Figure 7.18 Triangular gap to be filled with concrete for installation of half pyramids.
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Put the prefabricated half partitioner in the wet


concrete between the wall and the edges of the
bottom cone. There will be some spaces between
the bottom cone, wall and the partitioner. Fill these
spaces with fine concrete (light area in figure 7.19)

Fill the light area with


wet concrete (~30 mm)

Figure 7.19 The spaces between the wall, the bottom


cone and the half partitioner is filled with fine
concrete.
The light spaces has been filled with fine concrete.

Figure 7.20 Prefabricated half pyramid lifted into place. The light area shows where fine concrete
has been used as glue.


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Prefabricated quarter partitioners


Fill up the triangular gap in figure 7.21 with 20mm
of wet concrete. Use this concrete as glue when
fastening the prefabricated quarter partitioner.

Fill this triangular area with wet concrete

Figure 7.21 Triangular gap to be filled with wet concrete to use as glue.

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Put the prefabricated quarter partitioner in the wet


concrete between the edges of the bottom cone and
the wall. There will be some spaces between the
bottom cone and the quarter partitioner. Fill these
spaces (light area) with fine concrete, figure 7.22 7.23.

Fill the light area with wet fine concrete (~30


mm) after the quarter pyramid is lifted in place

Figure 7.22 The spaces between wall and bottom


cone (light area) is filled with fine concrete.

Fill the light area with wet concrete

Figure 7.23 Prefabricated quarter pyramid lifted in place. The light area shows fine concrete.


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All partitioners in place


An example of a basin with four modules is shown
in figure 7.24 after installation of the in basin
partitionerns.

Figure 7.24 Example of basin with four modules and installed pyramids.

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Chapter 8
Installation of
Embedded Pipes

8 Installation of Embedded Pipes

8. Installation of Embedded Pipes


8.1 General
The embedded pipes shall be installed according to
drawings see chapter 2, see also Installation Manual
concrete filter(s) stage II, for internals, and Installation
Manual Concrete filter(s) stage III, for pipes.
Chapter 2.1 contains information about your
system.

8.2 Installing the Embedded


pipes
There are two different methods when installing
embedded pipes. Method 1 should only be used if
an exact location can be guaranteed. Nordic Water
Products AB recommend that method 2 is used.

Figure 8.1 Before casting.

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8.3 Method 1 for installing


embedded pipes

8.4 Method 2 for installing


embedded pipes

1. Mount the embedded parts to the right location


before the cast of the walls, see drawings.
2. Cast the wall.

Use block outs (see figure 8.2)


1. Lift the embedment pipe and stick it into the
block out in the wall.
2. Secure it temporarily.
3. Install all pipes.
4. Cast the block out.

Note! This method can only be used if an exact


location of the pipes can be guaranteed.

Casted block out

Figure 8.2 Example of casted block outs


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Chapter 9
Troubleshooting

9 Troubleshooting

9. Troubleshooting
9.1 Problems during installation stage I
Error

Steps to be taken

Is the bottom cones askew?

- Check that the anchor bolts have been drilled in the exact
position according to appendix figure in chapter 8.
- If the anchor bolts is misplaced, they have
to be drilled in the right place.

Is the elevation between


the sand distributors more
than + 5mm in the basin?

- Check the level of the washer on the anchor bolt. All washers
shall have an elevation of + 27 mm over the bottom plate.

Is the bottom cone cracking


during concrete casting?

- Check that the bottom cone is filled with water


up to the level of the concrete casting.
- Have the concrete been vibrated? This
can damage the bottom cone.
- The concrete casting must be done with an
undercasting and in at least 4 steps.

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9.2 Service Offices


Sweden
Nordic Water Products AB
DynaSand- and Service department
Box 1004 149 25 Nynshamn
Tel: +46 8 524 409 00 Fax: +46 8 520 173 25
E-mail: nwp@nordicwater.se

Germany
Nordic Water GmbH
Hansemannstrasse 41 414 68 Neuss
Tel: +49 2131 30 06 00 Fax: +49 2131 3106 10
E-mail: contact@nordic-water.de

The Netherlands
Nordic Water Benelux BV
Van Heuven Goedhartlaan 121 1181 KK Amstelveen
Tel: +31 20 503 26 91 Fax: +31 20 640 04 69
E-mail: r.pieperss@nordicwater.nl
For information about your local service office, please contact the Service department in Sweden.


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Chapter 10
Appendix

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10 Appendix

10. Appendix
10.1 Check list for installation of
concrete DynaSand filter

10.2 Quick check of


elevation levels

1. Check dimensions, diagonals and elevation of


the basin (See 3.1-3.2 and 10.3).
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled in the exact right place.
3. After the bottom cones are mounted, check the
elevation of the sand distributors, max elevation
is 5 mm, see 6.2.
4. Check that concrete casting is done in 4 steps
without vibrating the concrete.

In figure 10.1 are the most important elevation


measures shown. If the installation manual has
been followed correctly, the measures of the current
project corresponds with the measures in figure
9.1. The measures in the manual is given with the
basin floor as +0. mm For exact measurements for
installation see example calculation on the next
page.

+2100 5
+1905 5
+1550 5

+27
+0

+0
-20

10
Washer 80x80

Figure 10.1 Elevation levels for installation.


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Example:

Calculations

Figure 10.2 is an example of the layout drawing for


the project.
The measure +0 (in figure 10.1) corresponds to the
measure +5000 in figure 10.2. This measure is the
floor of the basin. Check the layout drawing for
the right measure of the basin floor in the current
project.
To calculate the important measurements, use the
value for the basin floor of the provided layout
drawing instead of the +0 in the manual. Add the
measures given in the manual to the value of the
layout drawing to calculate the measurements for
the current project.

1.
2.
3.
4.

(+5000) + (+27) = +5027 mm


(+5000) + (+1550) = +6550 mm
(+5000) + (+1905) = +6905 mm
(+5000) + (+2100) = +7100 mm

Note! This is an example, use the actual measures


from the layout drawing to calculate the right
measures for the current project.
Check the elevations compliance to calculations
during the project according to the manual.

4
3

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Figure 10.2 Example of layout drawing with actual measures for plant.


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10.3 Control of marking up


the basin
Basin with two modules
1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.3
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.
Parallel lines

Parallel lines

Drilling points (2 pcs)

Centre point

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Figure 10.3 Basin with 2 modules.


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Basin with four modules


1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.4
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

Drilling points (4 pcs)

Centre point

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Figure 10.4 Offset for basin with 4 modules.


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Basin with 6 modules


1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.5
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.
Drilling points (6 pcs)

Centre point

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

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Figure 10.5 Offset lines for basin with 6 modules.


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Basin with 8 modules


1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.6
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.
Drilling points (8 pcs)
Centre point

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

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Figure 10.6 Offset lines for basin with 8 modules.


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Basin with 10 modules


1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.7
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.
Drilling points (10 pcs)
Centre point

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

10

Figure 10.7 Offset lines for basin with 10 modules.


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2009 Nordic Water Products AB. All rights reserved.

10 Appendix

Basin with 12 modules


1. Check that the offset lines are according to
figure 10.8
2. Check that the holes for the anchor bolts are
drilled at the exact right place.

Drilling points (12 pcs)


Centre point

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

Parallel lines

10

Figure 10.8 Offset lines for basin with 12 modules.


DS 9.14
2009 Nordic Water Products AB. All rights reserved.

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