Clesse Automatic Changeover Valves keeps the gas supply flowing continuously.
“Imagine what it would be like running out of gas in the middle of a cold winters night”
Cylinders from one group “Service” are used in preference to the other “Reserve” cylinder group.
When the “Service” group is empty an indicator shows red showing that the “Service” group of cylinder are empty or near to being empty. At this point the Clesse changeover automatically starts to draw gas from the “Reserve” group ensuring uninterrupted gas supply to the user.
Then the following day an order of gas can be made whilst the “reserve” group keeps the supply running.
When the new cylinders have been fitted the driver will normally switch the Clesse control making these the reserve whilst the existing cylinders run empty.
Four Cylinder kit requires additional Clesse upgrade kit and is recommended when installation capacity exceeds 32kW
How to operate your Clesse changeover
When first installed select which cylinder/s you
want to start to be the service
Then when Indicator shows red continuously
its time to call your gas supplier
When the empty cylinder is changed, the person who exchanges the cylinder will then turn the Clesse indicator knob to the existing part-used cylinder ready to indicate when it becomes empty – this then becomes the “Service”
Always install the changeover regulator above the cylinders. This ensures that your Clesse regulator does not fill with condensed LPG product giving longer service life.