SuperCat Inflatable Pontoon  Boat Instructions

Remove SuperCat from box and unfold pontoons.
Remove the protective valve cap at the end of each pontoon by turning counter clockwise and pulling outward. The cap will hang down from its string. The inflator/deflator valve is now visible. The Halkey-Roberts boat valve opens for deflating and closes for inflating.
TO INFLATE - Depress the spring and pin and turn the pin counter clockwise until it stops. The valve is now "locked" in the fill or closed position allowing pressured air in but not out.
When using the Super Air Pump: A Halkey-Roberts Boat Valve Adapter is needed. First slide the ribbed end of the valve adapter into the open end of the pump hose. Then insert the adapter into the recess around the center pin of the valve and turn clockwise until it stops. Begin pumping, with your feet are firmly planted on the pedals of the pump.

ยท    When using the K-Pump Mini: An adapter is not needed. Just insert the tip of the pump into the valve opening and begin pumping.

SUPER AIR PUMP

SUPER AIR PUMP

**Pump each pontoon until firm- DO NOT OVER INFLATE!

K-PUMP MINI

K-PUMP MINI

Inflate each pontoon until firm, about 1-2 lbs P.S.I.


SEAT ADJUSTMENT 

Tighten the tension strap until it pulls the pontoons slightly towards one another about


1-2 inches. Sighted from the rear, the pontoons will angle inward slightly.
SC REAR VIEW -TENSION STRAP

SC REAR VIEW -TENSION STRAP

Raise seat back into upright position. Buckle side straps by plugging male half of the buckle into the female half located about 4" below the top of the seat back at each side.
Buckle side straps (view from front)

Buckle side straps (view from front)

Adjust seat back to a comfortable position while sitting in the seat. Keep straps adjusted evenly so that neither strap carries more load than the other.
Tighten the two straps on the top of each pontoon as shown to stabilize side bags.
TO DEFLATE:

Remove the protective valve cap at the end of the pontoon by turning counter clockwise and pulling outward. The cap will hang down from its string.
If only a small amount of air is to be removed, simply depress the valve pin by pushing it inward with your finger.
To remove all or most of the air in the pontoon, depress valve pin and turn one-quarter turn to the right. This will lock the Halkey-Roberts boat valve in the open (deflate) position.
GENERAL INFORMATION

GENERAL INFORMATION

STORAGE - The material used in the SuperCat pontoons is UV resistant, however, storing the unit out of direct sunlight will prolong its life considerably. If possible, the pontoons should be stored partially inflated in a warm, dry place.
INFLATION - The material used in the SuperCat pontoons will lose some pressure over a period of days. Environmental factors also have an effect on pontoon pressure and should be considered. For example, inflating to two p.s.i. on a cold morning will result in a substantial increase in pressure at midday under full sun. Conversely, if you inflate your SuperCat at midday under full sun, you may need to add air if the temperature drops substantially.
RECOMMENDATIONS - We recommend you keep your pump with you at all times when traveling with your SuperCat or using your SuperCat.

The unique design features of the "SuperCat" are protected by Patent #5,290,196.