NitroEZ Service Information
THE AC NITROGENATOR™ IS THE FIRST ON-SITE NITROGEN GENERATING GAS SYSTEM DESIGNED AND MANUFACTURED BY A BEVERAGE SERVICE COMPANY!
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INFORMATION: Installation: The AC Nitrogenator EZ® should be located in an area where the ambient temperature is between 38 degrees F and 100° F (3° C and 30° C). Installation of the AC Nitrogenator EZ® in an area where the temperature falls outside this range may affect the performance and/or the life of the system. The environment surrounding the AC Nitrogenator EZ® must be well ventilated. ● Mounting- The AC Nitrogenator EZ® can sit on a flat surface or be wall-mounted. If wall-mounted, a supporting member of a wall, such as a stud must be used to secure the unit. Drill mounting holes into the wall using the mounting template outlined on the packing box. The AC Nitrogenator NX® must be in the vertical position to maintain proper operation. ● Prefiltration- The AC Nitrogenator EZ® comes equipped with a .01 micron coalescing filter to remove dust, hydrocarbon vapors and water vapors. The filter element should be replaced every (6) months. ● Connections- Plug AC Nitrogenator EZ® into appropriate 120 VAC/60 Hz power receptacle and note that the red and green lights illuminate. These indicators allow for visual inspection that the power is on “Red” and that Nitrogen production “Green” is taking place. ● Leak Test- Turn nitrogen and both blender valves off. Observe N2 pressure gauge, as it should rise to 100 psig. At this point, the “Green” N2 production light should shut off. Monitor system for a minimum of 15 minutes to ensure that pressure remains at 100 psig and that the “Green” light remains off. Upon completion of leak test, turn on (3) valves and allow system to pressure up. ● Operation- The AC Nitrogenator EZ® will operate continuously as long as it receives power and compressed air. The air compressor should not cycle continuously during normal operation when the Green Production light is “ON”. Once the N2 storage pressure reaches 100 PSI air compressor will cycle “OFF” until N2 pressure drops to 80 PSI. ● Nitrogen Back-Up Tank- An emergency back-up tank set to 100 psig should be connected to the system to allow for a Nitrogen source in the event of compressor failure or major leak in beer dispense plumbing. If Nitrogen pressure drops below 40 psig the back-up tank should be turned on to rebuild pressure to at least 90 psig. In the event of a compressor failure, the tank should remain on until compressor is repaired or replaced. The back-up tank is designed to assist the AC Nitrogenator EZ® in the event that demands for Nitrogen exceed the output levels. Turning the back-up tank on to recharge system is an option during extreme volume situations. PROPER MAINTENANCE IS ESSENTIAL TO KEEP ANY NITROGEN GENERATOR SYSTEM RUNNING EFFICIENTLY.
AC BEVERAGE has developed a check list and has experienced service technicians to perform these tasks Call AC Beverage for additional information (800) 925-3818