When installing the kit, it’s crucial to prepare the incoming plumbing location properly. If done correctly, you should be able to easily level the rotor using the predetermined amount of fittings.
The first step is to prepare the depth and location of the rigid piping connected to the inlet of the manifold. The manifold’s inlet is centered along the side wall of the vault, approximately 24" to 30" (61 cm to 76 cm) from the top of the vault. While this is the standard angle for the manifold, it can be pivoted within the vault. This makes it possible to adjust for minor angular variances in the rigid sub-mainline piping that will be attached to the manifold. The main line should also be set at this approximate depth unless specified otherwise. Once the incoming water supply line and flexible hose location are known relative to the manifold, use a 6" (15 cm) hole saw to create an access port in the vault’s sidewall.
Lastly, it’s important to note that the flexible stainless steel hose will extend out 24" (61 cm) from the vault to the mainline. The pipe between the stainless steel hose from the mainline should be at least 6" (15 cm) long to allow for easy positioning.