Install Converter fitting connection
Place the small converter
clamp over the end of the LawnBelt Converter. Again, make sure that the
word "UP" is in the top position. Next push the Insert Elbow
completely into the Converter Fitting with the brass fitting facing UP.
Tighten the Converter
Clamp making sure the tightening screw is on the BOTTOM. Insert Elbow
should NOT be able to move once the clamp is tightened.
Hidden Hose System kits: The Female End Fitting must be installed
at the spigot end. The Male fitting connects to the Lawn Belt at the opposite
end of the System.
Assembly of Converter (near spigot)
Place Large hose
clamp over end of Lawn Belt.
Wrap the Converter
fitting with Teflon Plumbers Tape to ensure a good seal.
Look at the converter
fitting and find the "UP" label - match it to the shape if Lawn
Belt. (The Diamond shape of the Lawn Belt hole must match the shape of
Insert the Converter fitting into the end of the Lawn Belt until the end
of the Lawn Belt is squarely against the Converter Flange.
Note: If the fitting
is too tight try using a small amount of dishwasher soap over fitting
and carefully work it back and forth around the opening while pushing.
90 deg. NPT elbow connection with clamp into converter and tighten clamp
enough so that it will not move.
Next screw in brass
female swivel connector into the elbow. Tighten using the handle end
Installing the Collar Halves
Place the two collar
halves on each side of the Lawn Belt. The tops of the collar halves are
Slide the Large
Hose Clamp over the Collar Halves and then slide the entire Clamp and
Collar assembly towards the converter fitting. Make sure Collar Halves
sit squarely against the converter flange. With a flat head 5/16"
box wrench or screwdriver tighten clamps until snug - but do not over
Before Cutting Lawn Belt
Stretch LawnBelt from your faucet to the end of your string layout (refer
to step above). Do not cut LawnBelt before verifying total length of
Cut the LawnBelt as you install it between each sprinkler head / U fitting
Use a utility knife or PVC cutter to cut LawnBelt. If you need to splice
LawnBelt together you will need a coupler kit (available in our store)
You can also use a piece of lumber under LawnBelt as a stable surface
when cutting the conduit.