If you have space in your bathroom then the entire ASC unit can be installed; whether it be a new bathroom installation or an existing one.
Having the ASC tank installed under the bathroom sink ensures easy access to the refill points whenever you need a top up.
This installation requires the pipes to be fed through the bathroom only as seen in the diagram to the right.
If you have a crawl space or loft space above your bathroom then the ASC tank can be installed there.
Whilst it can be slightly less convenient to refill the ASC tank with a loft installation, it does ensure that the tank is out of sight and out of mind. You will only need to access it when it runs out of cleaning solution.
This installation option ensures that the minimum amount of pipework takes place as the connection required can simply go straight down from the tank to the rotary head housing.
If you have a convenient installation space in the room next to your bathroom, such as a kitchen or utility room then the tank can be installed there.
Having the refill point in your utility room or kitchen allows for the most convenient refill point. When the tank is running dry just fill it up as you would any other utility room device.
If the room is adjacent then the pipework should be lessened, reducing the amount of wall and ceiling work needed.
This option allows you to have the ASC tank installed in another room that isn't directly next to the ASC rotary housing. This option works around you and your home being as flexible as possible to meet your requirements.
The Access to the tank in this installation option is catered to you, so wherever you want to have access from you can have it.
Naturually this option would potentially consist of the most pipework of all four options, but the ASC's design allows for this option should you want it.