Standard Installation Kit for Ducted Systems
***** NOTE TO CERTIFIERS *****
It is recommended to operate the PASport at a concentration between 10-15mcg/L.
- Challenge dispersal fitting.
- Verification return fitting
- 10’- ¾” ID tubing
- 5’ – 3/8” ID tubing
- SS hose clamps for ¾” tube (2 ea.)
- SS hose clamps for 3/8” tube (2 ea.)
- Screws #12 x ¾” (8 ea.)
To begin installation, open the shipping container and remove contents. Ensure all components of the kit are complete and undamaged. In the event any parts are missing or damaged please contact us immediately for replacement. (888) 296-7775
Connect the ¾” ID tubing to the Dispersal fitting with the hose clamp provided as shown in Fig 2.
Connect the 3/8” tubing to the Verification fitting with the hose clamp provided as shown in Fig 3.
See Figure 4
Locate the supply duct serving the filter to which the
Locate a point as far away from the filter as possible but within reach of the PASport device with the supplied ¾” tubing. Puncture a hole in the duct with an awl or other sharp object and use snips to remove a piece of metal of a suitable size to accept the Dispersal fitting. NOTE: DO NOT DRILL. Drilling the hole in the supply ductwork can send pieces of metal through the duct to the filter and potential damage may occur. Insert the Dispersal fitting into the hole and orient the welded seam at the end in the same direction as the air flow. Attach the Dispersal fitting using the supplied screws.
Rout the tubing to the location where the PASport device is to be installed, send the tubing through the cut-out for the PASport device and support as required.
Drill a 3/8” hole in the filter housing. Ensure the hole is deep enough to penetrate any interior insulation and that the hole is free from obstruction. Be careful not to penetrate so far as to come in contact with the filter media. There should be a stream of air coming out of the hole because of the pressure in the plenum over the filter media. This should ensure no metal shavings reach the filter media. Place the Verification fitting over the hole and secure to the housing with the screws provided as shown in Fig 5. Rout the tubing to the location where the PASport device is to be installed, send the tubing through the cut-out for the PASport device and support as required.
See Figure 5
Connect both tubes to the PASport device and secure with the hose clamps provided. At this time refer to the installation instructions for the PASport device and install the device in the hole cut earlier.
Return to the areas where the fittings have been installed and seal the connections with an approved duct sealant. Replace insulation around connections following standard practices and seal with an approved duct sealant to ensure no condensation. When installing this system care must be taken to ensure all connections to ductwork and housings are well sealed and insulated for proper function.
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