S6 VAN CONVERSION KIT
HOW TO INSTALL
Below we’ve documented all the information you’ll need to install your Fresair DIY style. You’ll find a digital copy of the owner’s manual, a parts list, recommended tools to use as well as step-by-step installation customized specifically for van conversions.
Please read the instructions thoroughly prior to installing the Fresair unit. We are not responsible for damages and/or improper installation due to user error.
Prep Tip: It is very important that the roof surface is clean to ensure a weather-tight seal between the base of the Fresair unit and your roof. Take time to determine where you wish to install your Fresair. Ensure that the unit is placed between roof support bars so you don’t compromise roof integrity. Plan how the internal harness will run to power and reservoir.
What you’ll need: Cardboard Mounting Template, *Masking Tape, *Permanent Marker
What you’ll need: Angle Grinder/Jigsaw (Cordless tools are strongly recommended), File, Sealant/Anti-Rust Paint, *Plastic Drop Cloth, *Safety Glasses
What you’ll need: Fresair Unit, Screwdriver, 8MM/5/16” drill bit
What you’ll need: Fresair Unit, Sealing Foam Tape
What you’ll need: Fresair Unit, 4 Bolts, 4 Washers, 4 Nuts, 4 Waterproof Bolt Caps, 6 Cover Screws, 2 Finishing Frame Screws, *Screwdriver, *Crescent Wrench(es), *Self-leveling lap sealant/Silicone
NOTE: Be careful not to over tighten the bolts as this can warp or crack the base.
What you’ll need: Supplied Electrical Wiring, *Screwdriver
What you’ll need: Supplied Water Lines/Tubes, Water Reservoir, Zip Ties, Water, *Plumbing tape
NOTE: Optionally you can use plumbers tape and a hose clamp or zip-tie to secure the hoses to the barbs.
NOTE: There are many ways that you could plumb up the reservoir to be filled from the main freshwater tank which is beyond the scope of this manual. The simplest installation described here assumes that you can access the filling cap with a hose.