Bosch DANESMOOR UTILITY 32-50 Instruction manual

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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTALLATION, COMMISSIONING & SERVICING
FLOOR STANDING OIL-FIRED CONDENSING BOILER CONVENTIONAL
FLUE & ROOM SEALED FLUE
GREENSTAR UTILITY
32/50 & 50/70
FOR FULLY PUMPED OPEN VENT OR SEALED CENTRAL HEATING SYSTEMS
AND DOMESTIC HOT WATER CYLINDERS
THE APPLIANCE IS FOR USE WITH KEROSENE
(28 SECOND OIL) ONLY
UK
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INSTALLATION & SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
SYMBOLS USED IN THIS MANUAL:
Domestic hot water
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION.
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE APPLICABLE TO THE WORCESTER APPLIANCE MODEL(S)
STATED ON THE FRONT COVER OF THIS MANUAL ONLY AND MUST NOT BE USED WITH
ANY OTHER MAKE OR MODEL OF APPLIANCE.
THE INSTRUCTIONS APPLY IN THE UK AND EIRE ONLY AND MUST BE FOLLOWED
EXCEPT FOR ANY STATUTORY OBLIGATION.
Central heating
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A COMPETENT PERSON. FAILURE TO INSTALL
CORRECTLY COULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION.
Room thermostat
Wait time period
Programmer/timer OFF
COMPLYING WITH THE BUILDING REGULATIONS:
This heating appliance forms part of the controlled services for the building. It is law that all controlled
services for buildings must comply with building regulations. You must be able to satisfy your Local
Authority Building Control Body (LABC) that the work carried out concerning the installation and
commissioning of this heating appliance has been carried out to a satisfactory standard.
OFTEC operate a competent persons scheme and registered installers are able to certify that their
work complies with building regulations. Under the scheme;
OFTEC must be informed about every installation.
OFTEC will issue a building regulations compliance certificate to the householder and will
notify the LABC.
OFTEC provide controlled document forms CD10 and CD11 for use during installation and
commissioning respectively.
Programmer ON CH only
Other organisations operate self-certification schemes e.g. NAPIT and BESCA Ltd. and it may be
possible for installers who are members of these organisations to self certify their work.
Alternatively you must submit a building control notice to the LABC before installing any boiler. The
LABC will then arrange regular inspection visits during the work to ensure that the installation
complies with the regulations.
Programmer ON DHW only
IF YOU ARE IN ANY DOUBT CONTACT THE WORCESTER TECHNICAL HELPLINE.
DISTANCE LEARNING AND TRAINING COURSES ARE AVAILABLE FROM WORCESTER.
Programmer ON CH and DHW
Electricity supply
IMPORTANT HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS:
It is advised that more than one person is
involved in the transfer of the packaged appliance from the van to the point of installation.
It is advised that no attempt should be made to
move the packaged appliance without the use of
a suitable truck.
At all times the correct method for handling
heavy objects should be strictly observed.
GENERAL HANDLING GUIDELINES:
• Lift only a manageable weight, or ask for
help.
• When lifting, bend the knees, and keep the
back straight and feet apart.
• Do not lift and twist at the same time.
• Lift and carry items close to the body.
• Wear protective clothing and gloves to
protect from any sharp edges.
PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE COMPLETED COMMISSIONING FORM
AND THE USER MANUAL WITH THE OWNER OR WITH THE APPLIANCE AFTER
INSTALLATION OR SERVICING. THE SERVICE INTERVAL RECORD CAN BE FOUND ON
THE BACK PAGE OF THIS MANUAL.
ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS MANUAL:
Ø
Diameter
CH
Central Heating
DHW
Domestic Hot Water
DCW
Domestic Cold Water
TRV
Thermostatic Radiator Valve
IP
Ingress Protection
CF
Conventional flue
BF
Balanced flue
N/A
Not allowed
SEDBUK
Seasonal Efficiency of Domestic Boilers in the United Kingdom
OFTEC
Oil Firing Technical Association for the Petroleum Industry
IEE
Institute of Electrical Engineers
LABC
Local Authority Building Control Body
STORE THE APPLIANCE IN A DRY AREA PRIOR TO INSTALLATION.
WATER TREATMENT:
FERNOX
01799 550811
fernox.com
SENTINEL
0800 389 4670
sentinel-solutions.net
FLUE TERMINAL GUARD:
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SAFETY &
REGULATIONS
CONTENTS
SAFETY & REGULATIONS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION AND SYMBOLS
2
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AND INSTALLATION REGULATIONS
4
APPLIANCE INFORMATION
5
TECHNICAL DATA
6
LAYOUT & COMPONENTS
7
APPLIANCE
INFORMATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
PRE-INSTALLATION
CLEANING PRIMARY SYSTEMS
8
MAINS SUPPLY
9
11
PRESSURE RELIEF PIPEWORK
13
CONDENSATE PIPEWORK
13
BOILER LOCATION & CLEARANCES
14
FLUE TERMINAL POSITIONS
16
CONVENTIONAL FLUE
17
ROOM SEALED FLUE OPTIONS
18
PRE INSTALLATION
10
WATER SYSTEMS & PIPEWORK
INSTALLATION
OIL SUPPLY
UNPACKING THE BOILER
19
PIPEWORK POSITIONS / FLUE OPENING
20
BOILER INSTALLATION
21
FLUE INSTALLATION
22
COMBUSTION CHAMBER
23
PIPEWORK CONNECTIONS
24
OIL BURNER AND PUMP - RIELLO RDB BURNERS
25
OIL BURNER AND PUMP - BENTONE STERLING BURNERS
26
REFITTING COMPONENTS
27
ELECTRICS
28
COMMISSIONING
INSTALLATION
31
FILLING THE SYSTEM
32
STARTING THE APPLIANCE
33
(STARTING THE APPLIANCE - RIELLO RDB BURNERS)
34
(STARTING THE APPLIANCE - BENTONE STERLING BURNERS)
35
WATER TREATMENT
37
FINISHING COMMISSIONING - APPLIANCE
38
FAULT FINDING
& DIAGRAMS
PRE-COMMISSIONING CHECKS - APPLIANCE
SERVICING
& SPARES
COMMISSIONING
INSPECTION AND SERVICE
39
(INSPECTION AND SERVICE - RIELLO RDB BURNERS)
40
INSPECTION AND SERVICE - BENTONE STERLING BURNERS)
41
SHORT PARTS LIST RIELLO RDB BURNERS
44
SHORT PARTS LIST BENTONE STERLING BURNERS
45
COMMISSIONING
CHECKLIST
SERVICING & SPARES
FAULT FINDING & DIAGNOSIS
FAULT FINDING
46
FAULT FINDING LOGIC FOR RIELLO CONTROL BOX
48
FAULT FINDING LOGIC FOR SATRONIC CONTROL BOX
49
COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
50
SERVICE INTERVAL RECORD
51
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SAFETY &
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
INSTALLATION REGULATIONS
OIL FUMES OR LEAKS FROM THE APPLIANCE:
Failure to install appliances correctly could lead to
prosecution.
Extinguish any naked flames.
Open windows and doors.
Isolate the electrical supply.
Isolate the fuel supply to the boiler.
Rectify fault.
The appliance should be installed by a competent
person. The person installing the appliance should
be aware of the Health and Safety at Work Act and
take appropriate action to ensure that the
regulations are adhered to. In order to give
optimum efficiency and trouble free operation the
appliance must be commissioned by a qualified
OFTEC engineer.
HEALTH & SAFETY:
The appliance contains no asbestos and no substances have been used in the construction
process that contravene the COSHH Regulations (Control of Substances Hazardous to Health
Regulations 1988). Where applicable, the CE mark indicates compliance with relative EU
Directives.
COMBUSTIBLE AND CORROSIVE MATERIALS:
Do not store or use any combustible materials (paper, thinners, paints etc.) inside or within the
vicinity of the appliance.
The combustion air must be kept clear of chemically aggressive substances which can corrode
the appliance and invalidate any warranty.
FITTING & MODIFICATIONS:
Fitting the appliance and any controls to the appliance may only be carried out by a competent
engineer in accordance with these instructions and the relevant Installation Regulations.
Flue systems must not be modified in any way other than as described in the fitting instructions.
Any misuse or unauthorised modifications to the appliance, flue or associated components and
systems could invalidate the warranty. The manufacturer accepts no liability arising from any
such actions, excluding statutory rights.
SERVICING:
Advise the user to have the system regularly serviced by a competent, qualified engineer (such
as OFTEC registered personnel) using approved spares, to help maintain the economy, safety
and reliability of the appliance.
IMPORTANT:
This boiler must only be operated by a responsible adult who has been instructed in,
understands and is aware of the boiler’s operating conditions and effects.
The compliance with a British Standard does not,
in itself, confer immunity from legal obligations. In
particular the installation of this appliance must be
in accordance with the relevant requirements of the
following British Standards and regulations in
respect of the safe installation of equipment:
BS 5410: part 1: Code of practice for Oil Fired
Boilers.
BS 799: part 5: Specification for Oil Storage
Tanks.
BS 7593: Code of Practice for treatment of water
in domestic hot water central heating systems.
BS 5449: part 1: Specification for forced
circulation hot water central heating for domestic
premises.
BS 5955: part 8: Specification for the installation
of thermoplastic pipes and associated fittings for
use in domestic hot and cold water services and
heating systems.
BS 7291: Thermoplastic pipes and associated
fittings for hot and cold water for domestic
purposes and heating installations in buildings.
BS 7074: part 1: Application, selection and
installation of expansion vessels and ancillary
equipment for sealed water systems.
BS 7671: IEE Wiring Regulations, current edition.
BS 1362: Specification for general purpose fuse
links for domestic and similar purposes.
The Building Regulations Part G, Part J and L1
England and Wales; Part F, Part G and Part J
Section III Scotland; Part L and Part F Northern
Ireland.
Local water company bye-laws.
The Control of Pollution (Oil) Regulations.
OFTEC Standards.
Where no specific instruction is given, reference
should be made to the relevant codes of practice.
Installations in Eire (Republic of Ireland)
The Installation must be performed by a
competent and suitably trained person in
accordance with the following Eire regulations.
Current Building Regulations Republic of Ireland
ETCI rules for electrical installation
For further guidance see:
OFTEC Technical book three Regional requirements: Republic of Ireland
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GENERAL INFORMATION
STANDARD PACKAGE:
A - Floor standing oil fired condensing boiler for
open vent and sealed domestic central heating
and mains fed hot water.
520mm
B - Literature pack.
C - Hardware pack.
D - Return pipe kit.
APPLIANCE
INFORMATION
815mm
1012mm
Check List
Hardware/Literature pack
Item
Qty
Greenstar Utility Installation/Servicing Instructions.................................1
Users Instructions ..........................................................................................1
Top Panel Inset Plate......................................................................................1
Edge Clips .......................................................................................................1
Warranty Return Envelope ............................................................................1
Return Pipe Kit ................................................................................................1
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TECHNICAL DATA
DESCRIPTION
UNITS
32/50
50/70
litres
50
51
Maximum static head
metres
30
30
Minimum static head
metres
1
1
Water side resistance (20°C difference)
mbar
26
40
Water side resistance (10°C difference)
mbar
52
104
kg/hr
76
106
Conventional flue (minimum diameter required)
mm
130
130
Room sealed flue (diameter)
mm
100/150
100/150
mm
10
10
inch BSP
1 1/ 2
11/2
mm
28
28
CH vent
inch BSP
1 1/ 2
11/2
CH make up
inch BSP
1 1/ 2
11/2
mm
21.5
21.5
AC...V
230
230
Frequency
Hz
50
50
Max. power consumption
W
190
220
Boiler flow temperature range (cut out)
°C
60/82
60/82
CH control thermostat differential
°C
5
5
Boiler high limit thermostat set point (+ 0.6°C)
°C
100
100
Boiler manual reset overheat thermostat (cut out)
°C
110
110
Flue manual reset overheat thermostat (+ 0.6°C)
°C
120
120
°C
100
100
%
93.0
92.5
Appliance protection rating
IP
20
20
Weight (excluding packaging)
kg
270
280
Central Heating
APPLIANCE
INFORMATION
Primary water capacity (total)
Flue
Exit flue gas mass flow
Pipework connections
Fuel line (compression)
CH flow
CH return
Condensate (polypropylene)
Electrical
Electrical power supply voltage
Thermostats
General Data
Maximum hearth temperature
SEDBUK (Band A)
20
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LAYOUT & COMPONENTS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Burner Cover
cut-away
view
CH THERMOSTAT CONTROL
RESET BUTTON BOILER OVERHEAT
RESET BUTTON FLUE OVERHEAT
CONTROL BOX ASSEMBLY
CASING SIDE PANEL
CASING SUPPORT PANEL
CLIP - FIRE SENSOR
CONTROL, AUTOMATIC HIGH LIMIT &
MANUAL HIGH LIMIT THERMOSTATS
9 CLIP - POWER CABLE
10 FLUE MANIFOLD ACCESS COVER
11 CH RETURN PIPE
12 MANUAL RESET FLUE OVERHEAT
THERMOSTAT
13 FLUE MANIFOLD
14 FLUE GAS SAMPLING POINT
15 - 16 SECONDARY HEAT EXCHANGER
17 MANUAL AIR VENT - SECONDARY
HEAT EXCHANGER
18 MANUAL AIR VENT - SECONDARY TO
PRIMARY HEAT EXCHANGER
RETURN PIPE
19 SECONDARY TO PRIMARY HEAT
EXCHANGER RETURN PIPE
20 DRAIN-SECONDARY HEAT
EXCHANGER
21 CH FLOW CONNECTION LEFT &
RIGHT HAND SIDE
22 CONDENSATE OUTLET
23 INTERNAL CONDENSATE TRAP
24 CONDENSATE DRAIN
25 CONDENSTAE DRAIN PUSH-FIT
CONNECTOR
26 OPTIONAL COLD FEED/DRAIN LEFT
& RIGH HAND SIDE
27 PRIMARY HEAT EXCHANGER
28 BASE PLATE
29 COMBUSTION CHAMBER ACCESS
DOOR
30 OIL DRIP TRAY
31 TOP FRONT PANEL
APPLIANCE
INFORMATION
The diagram opposite excludes the top, front
and RH side casing panels.
30a RIELLO RDB 3.2 (32/50)
RIELLO RDB 4.2 (50/70)
i)
Control box
ii)
Motor
iii)
Air intake casing
iv)
Oil pump
v)
Combustion head
30b BENTONE STERLING 133 (32/50)
BENTONE STERLING 146 (50/70)
i)
Control box
ii)
Motor
iii)
Air intake casing
iv)
Oil pump
v)
Combustion head
31 LOCKOUT INDICATOR/RESET
BUTTON
32 CLIP - AIR INTAKE HOSE
33 AIR INTAKE HOSE
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CLEANING PRIMARY SYSTEMS
IMPORTANT: All the following Pre-Installation sections must be read and
requirements met before starting boiler or flue installation.
CAUTION: ISOLATE THE MAINS SUPPLIES BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK AND
OBSERVE ALL RELEVANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
IMPORTANT: Debris from the system can
damage the boiler and reduce efficiency.
Failure to comply with the guidelines for
t he use of wat er treatment with the
appliance will invalidate the appliance
warranty.
BEFORE CLEANING THE SYSTEM:
ENSURE THE SYSTEM AND PIPEWORK IS
IN GOOD WORKING ORDER.
PRE INSTALLATION
FLUSH THE EXISTING SYSTEM WITH A
POWER FLUSHING MACHINE OR WITH A
CHEMICAL CLEANER BEFORE
INSTALLING NEW COMPONENTS.
CLEANING THE PRIMARY SYSTEM:
Cleanse the system in accordance with
BS 7593.
Fill the system with cold mains water to the
recommended pressure and check for leaks.
Open all drain cocks and drain the system.
Close drain cocks and add a suitable flushing
agent at the correct strength for the system
condition in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
Circulate the flushing agent before the boiler
is fired up.
Run the boiler and system at normal operating
temperature in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
Drain and thoroughly flush the system to
remove the flushing agent and any debris.
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MAINS SUPPLY
ELECTRIC SUPPLY:
• Supply: 230V - 50Hz.
• Cable: PVC insulated 0.75mm2 (24 x
0.2mm) temperature rated to 90°C.
• Protection IP20.
• External 5A fuse to BS1362.
• The appliance must be earthed.
• Refer to IEE regulations for cross bonding
requirements.
• It must be possible to isolate the appliance
from the electrical supply with at least a 3mm
contact separation in both poles supplying
the appliance.
• Wiring between the appliance and the
electrical supply must comply with IEE wiring
regulations and any local regulations which
may apply for fixed wiring to a stationary
appliance.
• Any system connected to the boiler must not
have a separate electrical supply.
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H
J
K
L
M
N
- Oil storage tank.
- Isolating valve.
- Oil strainer & water separator.
- Fire valve to BS 5410.
- External wall.
- Fire valve sensor.
- Oil burner.
OIL SUPPLY
- Oil supply pipe.
- Oil pump.
- Full base (plastic tanks).
- Non-return valve.
- De-aerator.
- Oil filter (16μm max filtration size)
OIL SUPPLY :
• This appliance is suitable for kerosene (28
second oil) only, no other fuel must be used.
• Plastic or steel tanks should be installed to
BS 5410. A steel tank should conform to
BS 799: part 5 and have a slope of 1 in 24
away from the outlet valve with a sludge cock
at its lower end.
• Do not use galvanised steel tanks or
pipework for the oil supply system.
• Do not use soldered joints on the oil
supply pipework.
NOTE: All dimensions are in metres unless stated otherwise.
The maximum pipe run figures are based on using copper pipe with an inside diameter of
2mm less than the Ø.
E
F
BD
BN G
B C
H
J
MAXIMUM PIPE RUN FOR SINGLE PIPE GRAVITY FEED SYSTEM
HEAD 10mmØ
12mmØ
HEAD 10mmØ
12mmØ
0.5
12
30
2.5
62
100
1.0
25
69
3.0
74
100
1.5
37
91
3.5
87
100
2.0
49
100
4.0
99
100
c) Single pipe suction lift with de-aerator
Maximum suction height 3.5 metres. The oil
tank (A) must be positioned below the oil pump
(J). Create an inlet and return loop between the
de-aerator (M) and oil pump (J).
A non-return valve must be incorporated within
the de-aerator or fitted to the oil line between
the oil storage tank (A) and the de-aerator (M).
F G
b)
B
D
L
A
B C
L
150mm
B
H
K
N
J
E
Lay the oil supply pipe (H) as straight and
level as possible to avoid air pockets and
unnecessary friction losses. Route away
from the boiler access door or other hot
surfaces.
F
G
M
Install a manual isolating valve (B) to the oil
supply pipe (H), as close to the oil storage
tank (A) as possible.
A
B
J
D
3.5m max.
c)
H
A top feed oil tank fitted with a de-aerator
using an internal non-return valve should have
any non-return valves fitted in the base of the
tank to the suction line removed to assist
purging air from the oil line.
Pipework
Use copper pipe of the correct diameter
according to the information shown opposite.
Use flexible hoses to connect to the oil pump (J).
MAXIMUM PIPE RUN FOR DOUBLE PIPE SUB-GRAVITY FEED SYSTEM
HEAD 10mmØ
12mmØ
HEAD 10mmØ
12mmØ
0
50
100
2.0
26
66
0.5
44
100
2.5
20
50
1.0
38
95
3.0
14
37
1.5
32
80
3.5
8
22
B C
a) Single pipe gravity feed system:
The oil storage tank (A) must be positioned so
that the oil level does not exceed 4 metres above
the level of the burner oil pump (J) and in addition the oil level must be at least 300mm above
the oil pump (J). Where the maximum oil level in
the oil storage tank exceeds 4 metres, a head
breaking device must be installed between the
tank (A) and the burner oil pump (J).
b) Double pipe sub-gravity feed system:
Maximum suction height 3.5 metres. Non-return
valves must be fitted to the inlet and return oil line
between the oil pump (J) and oil storage tank (A).
3.5m max.
PRE INSTALLATION
K
4m max.
A
300mm
min.
a)
Fit an oil strainer and water separator (C) to
the oil supply pipe, near the oil storage tank.
Fit an additional oil filter (N, 16μm max
filtration size) close to the boiler, but not
inside the boiler casing.
Fit a fire valve in accordance with BS 5410.
The fire valve (D) should be fitted externally
to the building with the fire valve sensor (F)
MAXIMUM PIPE RUN FOR SINGLE PIPE SUCTION LIFT WITH DE-AERATOR
located within the appliance case.
FUEL FLOW RATE
FUEL FLOW RATE
A fire valve with a shut off temperature of
HEAD 2.5kg/h 5kg/h 10kg/h 10kg/h
HEAD 2.5kg/h 5kg/h 10kg/h 10kg/h
85°C or higher must be fitted to avoid
8mmØ 8mmØ 8mmØ 10mmØ
8mmØ 8mmØ 8mmØ 10mmØ
the possibility of nuisance shut offs.
2.0
60
30
14
65
0
100
55
26
100
2.5
45
25
11
50
0.5
95
45
23
100
A capillary type valve provides a neat and
3.0
35
15
8
35
1.0
80
40
20
90
simple installation. Alternatively, a fusible
3.5
25
10
5
20
1.5
70
35
17
75
link or electrical system may be used.
K
E
The table and illustration above is a guide only and does not in any way override the
de-aerator manufacturers instructions.
Under no circumstances should a
combination isolating/fire valve be used
as the sole fire protection device.
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WATER SYSTEMS & PIPEWORK
IMPORTANT: The boiler should not be
allowed t o operat e wit h a ret urn
temperature of less than 40°C when the
system is up to operating temperature.
TYPICAL OPEN VENT SYSTEM:
PRIMARY SYSTEM PLASTIC PIPEWORK:
• Any plastic pipework used must have a
polymeric barrier, comply with BS 7921and
be installed to BS 5955 with 1000mm
(minimum) length of copper or steel pipe
connected to the boiler.
E
150mm max.
H
F
M
R
T
A
R
L
T
R
L
R
K
L
L
T
L
C
K
J
D
D
A - Appliance.
G - Pressure gauge.
B - Expansion vessel.
H - Open vent 22mmØ min.
P - Pressure relief
discharge.
C - Automatic bypass valve.
J - Circulating pump.
R - Radiators.
D - Drain cock.
K - Zone valve.
S - Static head.
E - Feed and expansion cistern.
L - Lockshield valve.
F - Feed and expansion
15mmØ min.
M - Hot water cylinder.
N - Automatic air vent.
T - Thermostatic radiator
valve (TRV).
• Drain cocks are required at all the lowest
points on the system.
• Air vents are required at all high points on the
system.
OPEN VENT PRIMARY SYSTEM:
• The open vent pipe (H) and feed and
expansion pipe (F) must rise continuously
from the appliance.
• The feed and expansion cistern (E) must be
positioned to provide a static head (S) of at
least 1 metre above the highest point in the
heating system to the water level in the feed
and expansion cistern (E).
• Ensure adequate space is left in the expansion
cistern for expansion of the system water.
• No valve shall be fitted in the open vent pipe
(H) or the feed and expansion pipe (F).
• The open vent pipe (H) must be at least
22mmØ.
U - To filling system.
TYPICAL SEALED SYSTEM:
N
M
R
T
R
L
T
PRIMARY SYSTEM/CONNECTIONS/VALVES:
• Do not use galvanised pipes or radiators.
• All system connections, taps and mixing
valves must be capable of sustaining a
pressure of 3 bar.
• Radiator valves should conform to
BS 2767:10.
• All other valves should conform to BS 1010.
• On new installations TRVs must be used on
all radiators except the radiator where the
room thermostat is sited, this must be fitted
with lockshield valves and left open. All
installations should have TRVs fitted to
radiators within the sleeping accommodation.
• An automatic bypass valve must be connected
between the heating flow and return where
TRVs are used on all radiators, fitted to give
at least a 3 metre circuit when activated.
PRE INSTALLATION
• Plastic pipework used for underfloor heating
must be correctly controlled with a
thermostatic blending valve limiting the
temperature of the circuits to approx. 50°C
with 1000mm (minimum) length of copper or
steel pipe connected to the boiler.
S
1000mm min.
L
P
A
R
R
B
L
G
L
T
L
U
C
J
K
D
D
FULLY PUMPED SEALED PRIMARY SYSTEM:
• A pressure relief valve (P), spring loaded
safety valve set to operate at 3bar, must be
fitted to the heating flow pipe as close as
possible to the boiler or onto one of the boiler
top 11/2” BSP outlets.
• An expansion vessel (B) must be fitted to the
heating return pipe as close as possible to
the boiler and pressurised for the system
volume according to the instructions supplied
with the vessel.
• A pressure gauge (G), 3 bar minimum, must
be fitted to the heating flow pipe or one of the
boiler 11/2” BSP outlets.
• An automatic air vent (N) must be fitted.
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WATER SYSTEMS & PIPEWORK
Water main
supply
Heating return
Hose
return
Non return Non return
valve
valve
Stop
cock
Temporary hose
Test cock
FILLING PRIMARY SEALED SYSTEMS:
• Filling the system must comply with one of the
methods shown opposite.
Stop
cock
• The filling point must be at low level and must
never be a permanent direct fixing to the
mains water supply.
• Filling links must be WRAS approved.
Heating return
Make up
vessel
Auto air
vent
PRE INSTALLATION
Non return
valve
1000mm above
the highest point
of the system
Stop
cock
Fill Point
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CONDENSATE &
PRESSURE RELIEF PIPEWORK
CONDENSATE PIPEWORK:
C
B
A
D
75mm
min.
b
c
C
E
C
A
A
450 min .
EXTERNAL PIPEWORK:
D
Invert
d
Unsuitable for clay soil types
C
500mm min.
F
A
25mm
min.
G
I
400mm
min.
H
200mm min.
K
J
K
L
J KL-
Outside wall.
Drain pipe.
External drain.
• All national and, where appropriate, local
regulations for the discharge and neutralisation
of condensate should be followed.
• The condensate pipe must be a minimum of
21.5mmØ polypropylene pipe.
• The condensate pipework must fall at least
50mm per metre towards the outlet and should
take the shortest practicable route.
• Support the pipe at least every 0.5m for near
horizontal runs .
• When a boiler is to be installed in an unheated
location, such as a garage, all condensate
pipes should be considered as external.
IMPORTANT: The pressure relief valve is a
safety device for the boiler and if activated
may discharge boiling water or steam
through the relief valve drain pipe.
Care should be taken when siting the
outlet pipe so that it does not cause an
obstruction or discharge above a window,
entrance or other public access where it
could cause a hazard.
• The 21.5mmØ pipe mus not exceed 3 metres
outside the building. If a run greater than 3m is
required, 32mmØ pipe must be used.
• Any pipe exposed to windchill or extreme cold
must be 32mmØ.
• Protect all external pipes with weather resistant
insulation and box-in, if necessary to reduce the
risk of freezing.
• Terminate as close to the ground as possible
(below the grating and above the water level)
while still allowing for safe dispersal of condensate. This will help reduce windchill freezing.
Connection of a condensate pipe to a drain may
be subject to local building regulations.
PRE INSTALLATION
a
MAKING IT SAFE:
• Condensate pipework must not leak, freeze or
block up.
• Condensate traps must be filled before starting
up the boiler to prevent potentially harmful flue
products escaping via the condensate route.
• Do not dispose of condensate into water
recovery systems.
Condensate can be discharged into a rain water
hopper which is part of a sewer system carrying
both rain water and foul water.
• The pipework must follow one of the options
shown opposite:
a - Internal waste drainage system
b - Soil/vent stack
c - External drainage system
d - External condensate absorbtion point
A - Condensate from the boiler internal condensate trap which has a 75mm water seal.
B - Sink.
C - 21.5mmØ polypropylene condensate pipe.
D - Gully.
E - Internal soil and vent stack.
F - 300mm 100mm Ø sealed plastic tube .
G - Ground level.
H - Drainage holes 50mm from base of tube
(12mmØ at 25mm centres) facing away
from building.
I - Limestone chippings.
PRESSURE RELIEF PIPEWORK:
• The pressure relief drain pipe (K) should be at
least 15mm diameter copper pipe and run
downwards away from the boiler and discharge
away from any electrics or other hazard,
preferably to an external drain or soak away.
• Pipe (K) should be finished with a partial bend,
near the outlet to face the external wall
(as shown) to help prevent freezing.
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BOILER LOCATION &
a: RECOMMENDED
IN STALLATION C LEARANC E S
CLEARANCES
• This boiler is only suitable for installing
internally within a property at a suitable
location onto a fixed rigid surface of the same
size as the boiler and capable of supporting
the boiler weight.
• The boiler must be installed on a flat level
surface to ensure condensate does not enter
the primary heat exchanger.
• The boiler is not suitable for external
installation unless a suitable enclosure is
provided.
• The boiler is not suitable for roof space
installations.
720mm
1415mm
1312mm
300mm
100mm
100mm
600mm
PRE INSTALLATION
Open flue model (CF):
• In order to ensure clean and efficient
combustion an adequate supply of air must
be delivered to the combustion chamber.
b: ANNUAL SERVICE CLEARANCES
• To provide sufficient air a suitable inlet must
be provided into the room or space in which
the boiler is situated.
CF minimum air inlet sizes*
720mm
1415mm
300mm
Output
1312mm
Size cm2
10mm
32/50kW 50/70kW
248
358
An air brick or other form of continuous air
supply may have to be built into the installation
in order to ensure an adequate supply of air.
10mm
• If the appliance is to be installed in a confined
space or compartment two air vents are
required, one at high level and one at low level.
600mm
The minimum free area of each vent is
shown opposite and depends whether the
air is taken from another room or from
outside the building.
c: MAINTENANCE & REPAIR
CLEARANCES
• Where the air is taken from another room that
room must contain an air inlet as described
above.
720mm
1415mm
Room sealed balanced flue model (RS):
1312mm
300mm
The appliance does not require a separate vent
for combustion air.
• Installation in cupboards or compartments
require permanent vents for cooling purposes,
one at high level and one at low level, either
direct to outside air or to a room.
• Both vents must pass to the same room or be
on the same wall to the outside air.
10mm
10mm
600mm
The minimum air vent free area is given in the
table opposite.
a: INSTALLATION CLEARANCES:
Diagram ( a ) shows the minimum space
recommended to install the boiler only.
MINIMUM AIR VENT AREA (cm2) FOR APPLIANCES INSTALLED IN A COMPARTMENT:
1Internal air to and from a space/room inside the building. 2External air to and from directly outside the building.
Conventional flue:*
Internal1ventilation
High
Model Level
Low
Level
External 2 ventilation
32/50
495
743
High
Level
248
50/70
715
1073
358
Room Sealed flue:*
Internal1ventilation
Low
Level
495
High
Model Level
Low
Level
32/50
495
495
715
50/70
715
715
External 2 ventilation
High
Low
Level Level
248
248
358
358
b: SERVICE CLEARANCES:
Diagram ( b ) shows the minimum space
required to carry out an annual service.
c: MAINTENANCE & REPAIR CLEARANCES:
The appliance is suitable for an under worktop
installation providing that the worktop above the
boiler (min 10mm clearance) is removable for
maintenance and repair and the front of the
boiler is not enclosed.
* Due to changes to BS 5410 and modern
building design, these figures no longer
incorporate the adventitious ventilation allowance.
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BOILER LOCATION &
CLEARANCES
COMPARTMENTS:
Follow the requirements of BS 5410 and note:
•
Minimum clearances must be maintained.
•
An access door is required to install, service
and maintain the boiler and any ancillary
equipment.
•
If fitting the boiler into an airing cupboard
use a non-combustible material (if perforated,
maximum hole sizes of 13mm) to separate
the boiler from the airing space.
There must be sufficient clearance around the
appliance to allow proper circulation of
ventilation air. The clearances required for
installation and servicing will normally be
adequate for ventilation.
600mm
600mm
750mm
2
1
1
2
2250mm
2250m m
•
Ventilation must be provided for boilers
fitted into compartments as described in
BS 5410.
•
Combustion air must not be taken from a
room or internal space containing a bath or
shower and must not communicate with a
protected area such as a hall, stairway,
landing, corridor, lobby, shaft etc.
•
Air vents must allow access for clean free
air and must be sited to comply with the flue
terminal position requirements.
•
Air ducting runs must not exceed 3m.
•
Low level air vents must be less than
450mm from the floor.
•
A warning label must be added to the vents
with a statement to the effect: ''Do not block
this vent. Do not use for storage.”
PRE INSTALLATION
Venting compartments:
SHOWER / BATHROOMS:
The boiler must not be installed in zones 0, 1
or 2 (the shaded areas shown on the diagrams opposite).
0
IMPORTANT: conventional flued boilers
must not be fitted in a bathroom.
I M PORTANT: any appliance control using
mains electricity must not be able to be
touched by a person using the bath or shower.
600mm
Electrical switches, fused spur and socket
outlets must not be fitted in the bathroom.
750mm
2
1
1
In all cases the IEE wiring regulations must be
consulted.
All pipework in bathrooms and shower rooms
must be cross bonded.
2
2250mm
2250mm
0
600mm radius
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Minimum dimension of the flue terminal position for oil fired appliances:
TERMINAL POSITION
RS(H)
RS(V)
A1 4
Directly below an opening, air brick, opening window, etc
N/A
600mm
N/A
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B
Horizontally to an opening, air brick, opening window, etc
N/A
600mm
N/A
C8
Below a plastic/painted gutter, drainage pipe or eaves if
combustible material protected
N/A
75mm
N/A
D8
Below a plastic/painted gutter, drainage pipe or eaves
without protection to combustible material
N/A
600mm
N/A
From vertical sanitary pipework
N/A
300mm
N/A
From an external or internal corner or from a surface or
boundary alongside the terminal
N/A
300mm
N/A
Above ground or balcony level
N/A
300mm*
N/A
From a surface or boundary facing the terminal
N/A
600mm**
N/A
—
1200**mm
—
N/A
1500mm
N/A
—
750mm
—
E
3
F
G5
H
PRE INSTALLATION
FLUE TERMINAL POSITIONS
CF
3
• Flue terminals must be positioned to avoid
combustion products entering into buildings.
• The flue must be fitted and terminated in
accordance with the recommendations of
BS 5410.
• The flue must not cause an obstruction.
• Discharge from the flue outlet must not be a
nuisance.
• Flue gases have a tendency to plume and in
certain weather conditions a white plume of
condensation will be discharged from the flue
outlet which could be regarded as a
nuisance, for example, near security lighting.
J
From a terminal facing the terminal
K
Vertically from a terminal on the same wall
L
Horizontally from a terminal on the same wall
M
Above the point of highest intersection with the roof
600mm
—
600mm
From a vertical structure on the side of the terminal
750mm
—
750mm
Above a vertical structure less than 750mm from the side of the
terminal
600mm
—
600mm
P2
From a ridge terminal to a vertical structure on the roof
1500mm
—
N/A
Q
Above or to the side of any opening on a flat or sloping roof
300mm
—
300mm
R
Below any opening on a sloping roof
1000mm
—
1000mm
N2
O
2
• There should be no restriction preventing the
clearance of combustion products from the
terminal.
• The air inlet/outlet duct and the terminal of
the boiler must not be closer than 25mm to
any combustible material. Detailed
recommendations on protection of
combustible materials are given in BS 5410:1
• A protective terminal guard must be fitted if
the terminal is 2m or less above a surface
where people have access.
The guard must be spaced equally (minimum
50mm) around the flue and fixed to the wall
with plated screws.
Stainless steel terminal guard.
Part No: 7 716 190 050
Key: — Not applicable, N/A Not allowed, CF Conventional flue, RS(H) Room Sealed Horizontal flue,
RS(V) Room Sealed Vertical flue.
Notes:
1. Terminals should be positioned so as to avoid products of combustion accumulating in stagnant pockets around the building or
entering into buildings.
2. Vertical structure in N, O and P includes tank or lift rooms, parapets, dormers etc.
3. Terminating positions should be at least 1.8m from an oil storage tank unless a wall with at least 30 min fire resistance and
extending 300mm higher and wider than the tank is provided between the tank and the terminating position.
4. Where a flue is terminated less than 600mm away from a projection above it and the projection consists of plastics or has a
combustible or painted surface, then a heat shield of at least 750mm wide should be fitted.
5. If the lowest part of the terminal is less than 2m above the ground, balcony, flat roof or other place to which any person has
access, the terminal should be protected by a guard.
6. Notwithstanding the dimensions given above, a terminal should not be sited closer than 300mm to combustible material. In the
case of a thatched roof, double this separation distance should be provided. It is also advisable to treat the thatch with a fire
retardant material and close wire in the vicinity of the flue.
7. It is essential that a flue or chimney does not pass through the roof within the shaded area delineated by dimensions Q and R.
8. Where protection is provided for plastic components, such as guttering, it is essential that this is to the standard specified by the
manufacturer of the plastic components.
P
The following additional guidelines (from part
L Exceptions Guidance Document) are
recommended when determining the flue
outlet position:
• Avoid discharging flue gases into car ports
or narrow passageways.
• *Minimum distance of the flue terminal from
above ground is 2100mm where directed to a
public footpath, private access route or a
frequently used area and 2500mm from a
car parking area.
• **Minimum distance of the flue terminal to a
facing wall, fence, building or property
boundary is 2500mm.
Q
O
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
Q
M
boundary
R
F
N
Pitched roof
C, D
J
A
H
Flat roof
B
F
E
K
F
G
boundary
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CONVENTIONAL FLUE
• Open (conventional) flued appliances must
not be installed in a bedroom, bathroom or
bedsitting room.
• The flue system must be in accordance with
BS 5410 : Part 1 and the current Building
Regulations.
• The flue must be constructed of materials
suitable for use with condensing combustion
products.
E
• External flue systems must be of the insulated
type.
• Brick and masonry chimneys must be lined
with a suitable non-combustible material and
properly jointed to withstand the effects of
the working temperature (minimum rating of
material 120°C) of the appliance and any
condensate which may form.
• All flue joints must be sealed to prevent the
leakage of condensate and combustion
products.
• Ensure that joints are made so that the
condensate runs away and is not collected
within the joint.
PRE INSTALLATION
D
NOTE: The flue can be increased in size from
the boiler take off point providing the joint is
correctly sealed. Never reduce the flue diameter
from the boiler take off point.
CF Sizing:
• 32/50 & 50/70 = 150mmØ
• Because the flue operates at a lower
temperature on a condensing boiler
compared to that of a conventional
appliance, the flue draught will be lower.
Typically the draught will be between
0.5mmwg and 4.4mmwg, measured with the
flue warm but the burner not firing. The actual
figure will vary depending on weather
conditions, flue height and position.
C
• The flue should be vertical and contain as few
bends as possible, a maximum of two 135°
bends should be used.
B
• The flue outlet must be extended beyond the
eaves of the building and where possible,
above the apex.
A
• Fit a suitable anti down-draught terminal
where down draughts are experienced.
A - Boiler
B - Flue
C - Max. 2 bends at 135°
D - Anti down-draught terminal
E - Chimney
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ROOM SEALED FLUE OPTIONS
The diagrams (opposite) show the components
used and the maximum flue length (L) from
the boiler outlet to the ouside wall*/roof of the
building for each flue configuration.
In all cases L is measured from the outside of
the boiler casing.
• To achieve the maximum flue length (L), a flue
section will have to be reduced in length.
• Only the flue terminal or straight flue
extensions can be reduced in length by
cutting.
• The flue terminal end can be fitted from the
inside or outside of the building.
PRE INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: All horizontal sections must
rise away from the boiler by 52mm per
metre (3°) to allow the condensate to
drain back to the boiler.
E
E
A - Horizontal terminal
B - Straight flue extension
C - Flue bend 90°
D - Flue bend 45°
E - Vertical Terminal
F - 90° inner elbow - inner flue to boiler
G - Air intake box
Calculating the flue length:
Measure the total flue length required, noting
that the maximum straight flue length including
the terminal is:
Horizontal 100/150mmØ: 3000mm (excluding
220mm of terminal extending outside the building)
Vertical 100/150mmØ: 6000mm (measured
from the boiler top panel).
E
Then reduce the total straight flue length for
each extra flue bend (excluding the vertical flue
kit 90° elbow) by:
1000mm for 90°
500mm for 45°
Flue Extension lengths:
Horizontal & Vertical 100/150mmØ: 1000mm
overall length.
Effective length when engaged into sockets
within the flue run is 950mm.
Flue Terminal lengths:
Horizontal 100/150mmØ: 1000mm
Vertical 100/150mmØ: 1290mm + cage
* to outside wall.
E
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IMPORTANT: All the previous Pre-Installation sections must be read
and requirements met before starting boiler or flue installation.
UNPACKING THE BOILER
LIFTING AND CARRYING PRECAUTIONS:
• Lift only a manageable weight, or ask for
help.
•
When lifting or putting things down, bend
the knees, and keep the back straight
and feet apart.
•
Do not lift and twist at the same time.
•
Lift and carry objects close to the body.
•
Wear protective clothing and gloves to
protect from any sharp edges.
Unpacking:
It is advised that two or more persons are involved
in the transfer of the packaged boiler from the van
to the point of delivery.
1 Once the packaged boiler has been
delivered, the outer carton is removed first.
Care should be taken when releasing the
straps. If a sharp implement is used make
sure the outer carton is not pierced and that
the implement is used in such a way so that
it may not cause personal injury. All sharp
objects must be covered or the blade
retracted after use and put away in a safe
place.
2 Lift carton up and away from the boiler.
Remove the plastic bag and upper front
protection cover from the boiler and place
safely aside.
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3 Lift top panel (A) upwards to disengage ball
stud connectors (B) and remove.
4 Extract the ancilliary items (a) & (b).
5 Pull the upper front panel (C) forwards to
disengage the balll stud connectors.
6 Remove securing screws (D) from front
panel (E).
Pull front panel (E) up and away from the
supporting ledge on the boiler and store
away from the working area.
7 Remove the bolts securing the boiler to the
transport pallet.
At all times the correct method for handling
heavy objects should be strictly observed.
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PIPEWORK POSITIONS &
FLUE OPENING
CAUTION: Ensure there are no pipes,
electric cables, damp proof courses or
other hazards before drilling.
SAFETY:
All relevant safety precautions must be undertaken.
Protective clothing, footwear, gloves and safety
goggles must be worn as appropriate.
PIPEWORK POSITIONS:
A to D (opposite) show the flue and pipe positions:
A - CH flow /heating vent 11/2” Ø BSP
E
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123
E
FRONT VIEW
SIDE VIEW
NOTE: For servicing purposes, keep the
condensate and pressure relief
discharge pipes away from
components and pipework
connections.
FLUE OPENING:
Follow the diagram opposite to mark the
centre of the flue (1, & 2) for rear opening,
(2 & 3) for side opening or
(1 & 4) for top opening.
COMMISSIONING
INSTALLATION
420
B - Primary drain/cold feed 11/2” Ø BSP
C - CH return 28mm Ø copper
D - Flue outlet
E - Condensate outlet 21.5mm Ø
** IMPORTANT: for horizontal flues, increase
this height by 52mm for every 1000mm of
horizontal length that the flue opening is
away from the boiler.
NOTE: All horizontal flue sections must rise
away from the boiler by 52mm per metre
to ensure that condensate flows back into
the boiler for safe discharge via the
condensate waste pipe.
Make an opening (F, G or H) through the wall
using a core drill or similar at a size relative to
the wall thickness as shown below:
150mmØ flue:
Wall thickness
150 - 240mm
240 - 330mm
330 - 420mm
420 - 500mm
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185mmØ
195mmØ
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BOILER INSTALLATION
1 Lift the top panel (A) upwards to
disengage the ball stud connections (B)
and remove.
2 Pull the upper front panel squarely
forwards to disengage the ball stud
connectors and remove from the control
box (G).
Remove securing screws (C) from each
side.
Slide control box (G) outwards to its full
extent.
3 Depress locking ears to unplug burner
lead (F) from cntrol box (G).
4 Sterling burner:
Release burner retainers (O).
Lift burner up to release blast tube (N)
from heat exchanger and store safely
away from the boiler.
4aRiello burner:
Remove burner retainer nut (O).
Lift burner up to release blast tube (N)
from heat exchanger and store safely
away from the boiler.
5 Release split pin (P) to remove the flue
thermostat (M) from the flue hood.
6 Release split pin (P).
Carefully remove the CH Control
thermostat (Q), Automatic High Limit (T)
and Manual Reset thermostat (U) philes
from the heat exchanger thermostat
pocket.
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7 Unscrew side panel (R) retaining screws
(S) from both sides.
Slide both side panels together with the
top support bracket (L) and control box
(G) forwards to release the side panel
retaining lugs.
Remove and store safely away from
the boiler.
NOTE: to enable the panels to stand
upright, reposition and secure
control box (G) to the side panels.
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FLUE INSTALLATION
The flue can exit the boiler from outlets A, B, C
or D allowing vertical (RS &CF) and horizontal
(RS low or high level) flues to be fitted. (CF
position 'A' only).
Refer to the separate flue installation
instructions supplied with the flue kits available
for this boiler:
RS FLUE KITS & COMPONENTS
Greenstar Oilfit 100/150mmØ (not supplied):
Horizontal flue kit: Part No. 7 716 190 043
Vertical flue kit: Part No. 7 716 190 044
Extension kit (1 metre) x1: Part No. 7 716 190 045
Inline elbow 90° x1: Part No. 7 716 190 046
Inline elbow 45° x2: Part No. 7 716 190 047
CF FLUE KITS & COMPONENTS:
Greenstar Oilfit 103mmØ (not supplied):
CF flue kit 130mmØ: Part No. 7 716 190 049
INSTALLATION
FLUE TERMINAL GUARD (not supplied):
Terminal Guard: Part No. 7 716 190 050
INSTALLATION NOTES:
Ensure all flue seals are in good condition
and seated properly.
To ease assembly of flue components,
grease seals lightly with the solvent-free
grease.
Use flue clamps, where supplied, to support
the flue system.
IMPORTANT: The boiler is not designed to
take the weight of the flue system, this
must be supported externally to the boiler.
All horizontal flue sections must rise by at
least 52mm for each metre away from the
boiler to ensure that condensate flows back
into the boiler for safe discharge via the
condensate waste pipe.
The horizontal terminal must be installed at
3° to ensure that the condensate drains
back to the boiler whilst also preventing rain
ingress down the air duct.
A flue terminal guard must be fitted if the
flue outlet is below 2 metres from the
ground level.
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COMBUSTION CHAMBER
Secondary heat exchanger:
1 Unscrew screws (B) and remove flue
manifold access cover (A).
Check that all the baffles and retainer are
correctly fitted to the secondary heat
exchanger:
32/50kW*
50/70kW
SLOTS DOUBLE
BAFFLES
25
10
31
15
SINGLE
BAFFLES
N/A
1
*Five of the slots do not have baffles.
Combustion chamber:
2 Remove the retaining nuts and washers (D).
Remove combustion chamber access
door (C).
3 Remove the transit packaging and ensure
the baffles (E) and baffle retainer (F) are
correctly fitted for the boiler output as
shown in the plan views below.
4 Refit combustion chamber door (C).
IMPORTANT: Secure with nuts and
washers (D) and tighten gradually in the
sequence (1-6) shown until the chamber
door is firmly secured, do not over tighten
the nuts.
FRONT
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CAUTION: ISOLATE THE OIL & WATER MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK
AND OBSERVE ALL RELEVANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
PIPEWORK CONNECTIONS
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
K
N
-
CH flow /heating vent 11/2” Ø
Primary drain/cold feed/drain 11/2” Ø
CH Return 22mmØ copper - male
Oil supply pipe - not supplied
Oil isolating valve - not supplied
Flexible oil hose*
Condensate outlet (21.5mmØ) - supplied
Flue manifold condensate outlet
Condensate pipe - not supplied
Internal condensate trap
90° elbows
WATER CONNECTIONS:
Remove the transit bungs from the pipework
connections on the boiler.
NOTE: That surplus water may be present
due to factory testing.
Ensure all pipework is clean.
Align water pipework and connect.
Fit a drain cock to either of the primary cold
feed/drain points (B).
Check that all unused sockets have been
capped.
INSTALLATION
OIL SUPPLY CONNECTIONS:
Route oil supply pipe (D) along either side of the
boiler as required, finishing close to the burner.
Avoid hot surfaces.
Connect the oil supply pipe (D) to the isolating
valve (E), ensure the valve is closed.
*NOTE: Replace flexible hose at annual
service to prevent possible oil leakage.
Connect the flexible oil hose (F) to the
isolating valve (E).
CONDENSATE CONNECTION:
Connect 21.5mm polypropylene pipe ( J ) (not
supplied) to the condensate waste pipe (G)
flexible push fit connector and terminate to
waste.
Do not use any solvents, adhesives or
lubricants when pushing the pipe into the
rubber connector.
Ensure that the condensate pipe runs away
from the boiler at a constant fall of 50mm
(min.) for every metre.
Seal all condensate pipe joints.
Carefully pour 500ml of water into the
condensate collection ( O ) to fill condensate
trap (K).
Check the water is running away and the
condensate pipework joints are water tight.
Check the flue manifold seal is undamaged
and seated correctly.
Refit flue manifold access cover (M) and
secure with screws (L).
IMPORTANT: The condensate trap must be
correctly filled to prevent the possibility of
potentially harmful flue products escaping
via the condensate pipework.
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OIL BURNER & PUMP
RIELLO RDB 3.2 BURNER SETTINGS
RIELLO RDB 4.2 BURNER SETTINGS
Combustion head setting (B)
Combustion head setting (B)
Set at top of combustion head (E)
Set at top of combustion head (E)
3
1
4
2
5
3
RIELLO RDB BURNERS
CAUTION: ISOLATE THE OIL & WATER
MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY
W OR K AN D OB S E RVE ALL R E LE VANT
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
OIL BURNER:
1. RIELLO RDB 3.2
2. RIELLO RDB 4.2
Remove the combustion head from the
burner by removing the two opposing
screws at the top of the combustion head.
Adjust the the combustion head setting (B)
so that it is correct for the relevant output
as shown in the table opposite.
The electrodes and nozzle are factory set
and there is no need to adjust them.
With the adjustment bar (A) in line with the
top of the burner (F) return the
combustion head and secure in place
with the two screws at the top of the blast
tube.
INSTALLATION
To adjust the combustion head setting (B),
turn the adjustment bar (A) clockwise or
anti-clockwise to move the inner sleeve (C)
up and down the blast tube (D).
The correct setting is shown when the
relevant number on the scale (B) is in line
with the top of the blast tube (E).
OIL PUMP:
Connecting the oil pump for a single pipe
system:
The pump is factory set for single pipe
operation with the flexible oil hose fitted.
Check connections before use.
Converting the oil pump for a double pipe
system:
2
1 Check the inlet hose connection.
RIELLO RDB:
Unscrew return plug (2).
Screw in by-pass screw (3).
RIELLO RDB OIL PUMP
2 Connect the flexible oil return hose
(not supplied) between the oil pump and
the return line connection, and tighten to
secure.
1
3
2
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OIL BURNER & PUMP
BENTONE STERLING BURNERS
CAUTION: ISOLATE THE OIL & WATER
MAINS SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY
W OR K AN D OB S E RVE ALL R E LE VANT
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
OIL BURNER:
1 Check the nozzle (E) settings are correct
for the relevant burner as shown opposite.
Ensure nozzle (E) is aligned centrally within
the breakplate (G).
Inspect for any visible defects.
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: The electrode assembly must
be positioned at 3 o’clock as shown in the
diagram.
IMPORTANT: Whenever replacing the
combustion head, ensure that the photocell
is lined up with the sight hole.
OIL PUMP:
Connecting the oil pump for a single pipe
system:
The pump is factory set for single pipe
operation with the flexible oil hose fitted.
Check connections before use.
Converting the oil pump for a double pipe
system:
1 Check the inlet hose connection.
a) DANFOSS BFP 11 L3:
Remove pump front cover (A) ensuring a
suitable receptacle is used to catch any oil
residue.
Remove changeover screw (B).
Remove horseshoe washer (C).
Refit changeover screw (B).
Refit front cover (A).
Remove oil pump return plug (2).
Connect flexible oil return hose.
b) DANFOSS BFP 52E L3:
Remove plug (A) and screw in grub
screw (B).
Refit plug (A).
Remove oil pump return plug (D).
Connect the flexible oil return hose to the
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REFITTING COMPONENTS
1 Slide side panels (R) and top support
bracket (L) together with control box (G)
along base rails and push to secure into the
retaining lugs.
Secure side panel (R) with retaining screws
(S) on both sides.
2 Carefully replace the Manual Reset
thermostat (U), Automatic High Limit (T)
and CH Control thermostat (Q) phials into
the heat exchanger thermostat pocket.
Refit split pins (P) to secure.
3 Carefully replace the flue thermostat (M) into
the flue hood and refit split pin.
4 Sterling burner:
Align burner combustion head (N) into
boiler housing tube with gasket (O) correctly
fitted.
Push firmly down to compress the gasket (O).
Tighten burner retainers (H) sufficiently to
ensure a good seal.
4aRiello burner:
Align burner combustion head (N) into
boiler housing tube flange (O).
Secure with retaining nut (H).
Tighten retaining nut sufficiently to
ensure a good seal.
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IMPORTANT: Ensure the gasket is a good
seal between the burner combustion head
and the boiler housing to prevent flue gases
escaping from the combustion chamber
into the room.
5 RS flue only:
attach air duct and tighten clip (J) to
secure to the burner air intake box and the
burner air intake.
6 Plug burner lead (F) into control box (G).
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ELECTRICS
DANGER - 230V:
ISOLATE THE MAINS ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY BEFORE STARTING ANY
WORK AND OBSERVE ALL
RELEVANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
IMPORTANT: OBSERVE ELECTRONIC
STATIC DISCHARGE PRECAUTIONS.
DO NOT TOUCH THE PCB CIRCUITS.
Access to 230V connections:
1Pull control knob (D) forwards to remove
from control panel (A).
2Release scews (B) and remove cover panel
(C) from control box (A).
3Release screw (E) from cable clamp (F).
Pull inner clamp part (G) outwards.
Feed sufficient power cable (H) through the
cable clamp (F) and secure grip with screw (E).
Separate wires from cable end and strip to 6mm.
INSTALLATION
230V connections:
4Connect SWITCHED LIVE wire (Brown or
RED) to terminal L.
Connect NEUTRAL wire (Blue or Black) to
terminal N.
Connect EARTH wire (Green/Yellow) to
the terminal
.
5Secure the cable to the cable clamp ( I ).
Route the power cable to the external connection
point avoiding any potentially hot surfaces
allowing sufficient cable to pivot the control box
into the service position. Open the control box
into the service position to check the cable length
and routing.
Any external device connected to the
boiler must take its power supply from
the boiler only and must NOT have a
separate supply.
See the following pages of electrical
diagrams for details of different systems.
Refit electric control panel cover:
Refit cover panel (C) to control box (A)
and secure with screws (B).
Refit control knob (D).
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ELECTRICS
230V STANDARD WIRING DIAGRAM:
Key to components:
A - TERMINAL CONNECTOR BLOCK.
B - EARTH CONNECTOR.
C - FLUE THERMOSTAT (MANUAL RESET)
D - HEATING THERMOSTAT (AUTOMATIC
RESET)
E - HEATING THERMOSTAT (MANUAL
RESET).
F - CONTROL THERMOSTAT.
G - BURNER SOCKET.
H - BURNER PLUG.
INSTALLATION
J - BURNER CONTROL BOX.
H
RIELLO CONTROL BOX
J
RESET
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ELECTRICS
DANGER - 230V:
ISOLATE THE MAINS ELECTRICITY
PRE-WIRED REMOTE 2 OR 3 PORT VALVE
CONTROL SETS:
Key to components:
A - Double pole switched fused spur (positioned
in the boiler room next to the appliance.
B - REMOTE JUNCTION BOX (10 way) to
connect the following:
Mains wiring 230V 50Hz.
Hot water tank thermostat.
Room thermostat.
System water valves.
Circulating pump.
External programmer.
C - BOILER CONTROL BOX TERMINAL
CONNECTOR BLOCK
Remote junction box (A) requirements:
INSTALLATION
This must be a terminal block type, current
rated to at least 5 amps.
A 5 amp fuse must be fitted to the mains
supply.
The junction box (A) must be fitted externally
to the boiler.
A frost thermostat can also be connected to the
remote junction box if required.
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PRE-COMMISSIONING CHECKS APPLIANCE
CAUTION: ISOLATE THE MAINS SUPPLIES
BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK AND
OBSERVE ALL RELEVANT SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS.
1Check that the service and water pipes are
connected correctly.
Check that all unused sockets are capped.
2 Check that the oil supply is 28 sec
kerosene and that the pipework is
connected correctly to the oil pump via the
supplied flexible oil hose.
Turn on the main oil supply valve at the
tank, check the oil supply pipework and
connections. Rectify any leaks.
3 Check the flue is correctly fitted and the
connections are secure.
4 Check the condensate pipework is
correctly fitted and connected.
Check the condensate trap is filled with
water.
IMPORTANT: If the boiler is not to be
commissioned immediately then:
After successfully completing all of the
checks and any rectification work, close
the water valves, shut off the oil supply
and electrically isolate the boiler.
Complete the installation part of the
Guarantee Registration Card, and
complete a CD10 or equivalent to
inform the LABC of the installation.
COMMISSIONING
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FILLING THE SYSTEM
1 Open all system and radiator valves.
Turn on the water main stop cock.
Open vented systems only:
Turn on the water to the system feed and
expansion cistern and allow the system to
fill.
2 Sealed systems only:
Check and if required, adjust the expansion
vessel pressure using the Schraeder type
valve.
Fill the system to between 1 and 2 bar
pressure via a WRAS approved filling link.
Monitor the pressure gauge during venting
and repressurise if required.
3 Vent all radiators, retighten when completed.
Check the system and correct any leaks.
COMMISSIONING
Bleed air from at least one of the secondary
heat exchanger air vents (a radiator key is
ideal for this). There are two venting
bosses (A) on the top of the secondary
heat exchanger. Only one is used if fluing
to the side.
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RIELLO
RDB OIL PUMP
C
B
A
Return
Flow
I
TANK
G
DANFOSS
PUMP
SHOWN
H
1Check the oil supply is correctly fitted and
in good working order before turning on
the oil supply valves to the boiler.
Turn on the main oil supply valve at the tank
and draw off at least 21/2 litres of oil until a
steady flow of clear uncontaminated oil can
be seen as follows:
• The oil supply to the boiler should be
primed before the burner is operated to
avoid unnecessary pump wear.
• The use of an oil suction pump will prime
and flush through any oil supply set up
simply and easily, alternatively the
following procedures can be used.
Single pipe gravity feed systems:
Disconnect the flexible oil hose and open
the isolating valve to discharge the oil into a
suitable container.
NOTE: Replace flexible hose at annual
service to prevent possible oil leakage.
If a top entry tank has been used the
pipework will need to be primed before the
oil will discharge under gravity.
When completed, close the isolating valve,
reconnect the flexible oil hose.
Double pipe sub-gravity feed systems
and single pipe suction lift with de-aerator:
To prime a de-aerator, disconnect the
flexible oil inlet hose (G) from the isolation valve
and place in a container of kerosene (H).
Connect a spare flexible oil hose ( I ), to
discharge into container (H). Open the
isolating valve, turn on the power to the boiler
and set the programmer to ON. Prime the
de-aerator until there is a steady flow of oil into
container (H). Turn off the boiler then
reconnect the flexible oil inlet hose (G).
Turn on the boiler, the oil level in the
de-aerator will drop as the oil is used until
the oil is drawn from the tank. If the
de-aerator empties and the burner locks out
before the oil is drawn from the tank, prime
the de-aerator again.
When the oil reaches the pump, bleed
the air from the pump as followes:
Open the isolating valve and the oil pump
bleed port (A) to discharge into a suitable
container once the boiler is started up.
Switch on the electricity supply to the boiler.
Set the programmer to ON for CH and DHW.
Turn on the boiler control thermostat.
Allow the burner to run through to lockout
indicated by the illumination of the lockout
indicator/reset button (E).
If no oil comes out of the port valve A,
then re-prime the oil line as detailed
above.
Wait 2 minutes then press the lockout reset
button (E).
Repeat the procedure until a steady stream
of oil without air, runs from the bleed port,
then relock bleed port (A).
Switch off the boiler.
Remove the oil pump filter, clean with
kerosene and refit.
The internal filter is accessed by removing
the oil pump cover on the Danfoss BFP 11
L3, Danfoss BFP 52E L3 and Riello RDB.
Safely dispose of the container/discharge.
COMMISSIONING
IMPORTANT: Never run the appliance when
the appliance/system is unpressurised
(sealed systems) or empty.
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RIELLO RDB BURNERS
RIELLO
RDB OIL PUMP
2 Fit a suitable pressure gauge to port (A) on
the oil pump.
Adjust the air shutter (F) and pump pressure
(B) as shown in the table below. The
burner should ignite following a pre-ignition
period of approx. 15 seconds.
If changing the burner output, check the
combustion head sttings as shown in the
table below.
C
B
A
Boiler lockout indicator on:
If the burner fails to establish a normal firing
pattern or flame failure occurs the flame
monitoring photocell mounted in the burner
body will alert the burner control box to shut
the burner down and provide a safe lockout
state indicated by the illumination of the lockout indicator/reset button (E).
Wait 2 minutes then press the lockout
indicator reset button (E) to initiate another
start sequence.
Repeat procedure until a flame is established.
3Start and run for 3 minutes then switch off.
Check for after-spurting from the nozzle,
indicated by oil saturation on the combustion
head (G).
If after-spurting occurs:
Release the burner retainer (H).
Remove the burner from the boiler and the
blast tube ( J ) from the burner to expose
the nozzle. Hold the burner vertical
to unscrew the nozzle ( I ) and fill the nozzle
holder ( K ) with kerosene.
Refit nozzle ( I ), blast tube ( J ) and the
burner.
Restart and run for 3 minute intervals until
after-spurting stops.
4Start and run for 20 minutes.
Remove sampling point plug ( L ) to check
the smoke reading is between 0-1. If the
smoke level is above 1, check the combustion
settings are correct and the oil nozzle is in
good condition.
COMMISSIONING
L
NOTE: smoke readings may be inaccurate
until the smoke from burning organic binder in
the access door insulation has ceased.
Check the CO2 levels and adjust the air
shutter (F) setting according to the table
opposite.
Check the flue gas temperature is close to
the values shown in the table.
If the flue gas temperature is too high and the
baffles are correctly fitted, then reduce the oil
pump pressure (B) 5-10p.s.i. to compensate
for nozzle variations.
NOMINAL BOILER RATING AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE
USING 28sec KEROSENE:
NOZZLE
FUEL
OIL
PUMP
PRESSURE FLOW RATE
(p.s.i.)
Kg/h
l/h
APPROX
FLUE
%CO2
GAS
TEMP.
( °C )
APPLIANCE
APPROX.
COMBUSTION
HEAD
SETTING
SETTING
AIR
INPUT
kW
Btu/hr
OUTPUT
kW
Btu/hr
Riello RDB 3.2 (32/50):
1.0 60°ES 100
2.78 3.52
75
11.5
3.0
3
33.4 114000 32
110000
1.10 60 ° S
130
3.55 4.49
77
12.0
4.5
4
42.7 146000 41
140000
1.35 60° S
135
4.33 5.48
85
12.5
5.5
5
52.1 178000 50 170000
Riello RDB 4.2 (50/70):
1.25 60° S
145
4.33 5.48
80
12.0
2.5
1
52.1 178000 50
1.50 45° S
145
5.2 6.58
80
12.0
5
2
62.5 213000 60
205000
2.00 45° S
125
6.05 7.66
86
12.0
4.5
3
72.9 249000 70
240000
170000
Turn off the electrical supply.
Isolate the oil supply to the burner.
Remove the oil pressure gauge.
Refit the blanking plug (A).
Check and rectify any oil leaks.
5Switch on the oil supply.
Switch on the electrical supply.
Restart the boiler and run for 5 minutes.
Recheck the CO2 levels and if required,
adjust the air shutter setting (F) to obtain
the correct CO2 level.
Repeat the fine tuning procedure (5) if required.
Refit the sample point cap (L)(hand tighten
only, do not over tighten).
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BENTONE STIRLING BURNERS
2 Fit a suitable pressure gauge to port (A) on
the oil pump.
Adjust the air shutter (F) and pump pressure
(B) as shown in the table below. The
burner should ignite following a pre-ignition
period of approx. 15 seconds.
Boiler lockout indicator on:
If the burner fails to establish a normal firing
pattern or flame failure occurs the flame
monitoring photocell mounted in the burner
body will alert the burner control box to shut
the burner down and provide a safe lockout
state indicated by the illumination of the lockout indicator/reset button (E).
Wait 2 minutes then press the lockout
indicator reset button (E) to initiate another
start sequence.
Repeat procedure until a flame is established.
If after-spurting occurs:
Release the burner retainers (H).
Remove the burner, combustion head (G).
and electrodes, hold the burner vertical
to unscrew the nozzle (K) and fill the nozzle
holder ( J ) with kerosene.
Refit nozzle (K), electrodes, combustion
head (G) and the burner.
Restart and run for 3 minute intervals until
after-spurting stops.
4Start and run for 20 minutes.
Remove sampling point plug ( L ) to check
the smoke reading is between 0-1. If the
smoke level is above 1, check the combustion
settings are correct and the oil nozzle is in
good condition.
COMMISSIONING
3Start and run for 3 minutes then switch off.
Check for after-spurting from the nozzle,
indicated by oil saturation on the combustion
head (G).
NOTE: smoke readings may be inaccurate
until the smoke from burning organic binder in
the access door insulation has ceased.
Check the CO2 levels and adjust the air
shutter (F) setting according to the table
opposite.
Check the flue gas temperature is close to
the values shown in the table.
If the flue gas temperature is too high and the
baffles are correctly fitted, then reduce the oil
pump pressure (B) 5-10p.s.i. to compensate
for nozzle variations.
NOMINAL BOILER RATING AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE
USING 28sec KEROSENE:
NOZZLE
FUEL
OIL
PUMP
PRESSURE FLOW RATE
(p.s.i.)
Kg/h
l/h
APPROX
FLUE
%CO2
GAS
TEMP.
( °C )
APPLIANCE
APPROX.
COMBUSTION
HEAD
SETTING
SETTING
AIR
INPUT
kW
Btu/hr
OUTPUT
kW
Btu/hr
B entone Sterling 133 Burner (32/50kW):
0.85 60°ES 150/- 2.78 3.52
75
11.5
2.0
N/A
33.4 114000 32
110000
1.10 45 ° S
120/- 3.55 4.49
85
12.0
4.0
N/A
42.7 146000 41
140000
1.35 45° S
155/- 4.33 5.48
95
12.5
8.0
N/A
52.1 178000 50 170000
6.0
N/A
52.1 178000 50
62.5 213000 60
205000
72.9 249000 70
240000
Bentone Sterling 146 Burner (50/70kW):
1.25 45° S 145/150 4.33 5.48
80
12.0
1.50 45° S 145/150 5.2 6.58
85
12.0
9.0
N/A
2.00 45° S 110/135 6.05 7.66
90
12.0
13.0
N/A
Turn off the electrical supply.
Isolate the oil supply to the burner.
Remove the oil pressure gauge.
Refit the blanking plug (A).
Check and rectify any oil leaks.
5Switch on the oil supply.
Switch on the electrical supply.
Restart the boiler and run for 5 minutes.
Recheck the CO2 levels and if required,
adjust the air shutter setting (F) to obtain
the correct CO2 level.
Repeat the fine tuning procedure (5) if required.
Refit the sample point cap (L)(hand tighten
only, do not over tighten).
170000
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Central heating:
1Open all radiator valves.
Set room thermostat to maximum.
Set programmer to ON for CH &
DHW (if applicable).
Turn the boiler control thermostat (A)
to max.
The burner should be ON with the circulating
pump.
Ensure all radiators are heating up evenly
and balance the system to the temperature
difference required for the heating flow and
return according to the heating load.
2Set the room thermostat to minimum.
The burner and circulating pump should
be off.
COMMISSIONING
3Check that any other controls that are fitted
to the system are operating properly.
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WATER TREATMENT
IMPORTANT: Debris from the system can
damage the boiler and reduce efficiency.
Failure to comply with the guidelines for the
use of water treatment with the appliance
will invalidate the appliance warranty.
1
FLUSHING (Central Heating):
1Switch off the boiler.
Open vented systems only: turn off the
water to the system header tank.
Open all radiator valves/drain cocks (B) and
drain the system while the appliance is hot.
Close drain cocks (B).
B
B
2
A
A
B
2Add a suitable flushing agent (F) and refill the
system at the correct strength for the system
condition in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
Vent the boiler (there are two vent points (A)
at the top of the secondary heat exchanger.
Only one may be in use, the other may be
obscured by side fluing.
Always vent (A) and all radiators.
Run the boiler/system at normal operating
temperature for the time stated by the
flushing agent manufacturer.
3Drain and thoroughly flush the system to
remove the flushing agent and debris.
3
5Add a suitable inhibitor, (or combined
inhibitor/anti-freeze if the system is exposed
to freezing conditions) to the heating system
in accordance with the manufacturers
instructions.
B
The inhibitor or combined inhibitor/anti-freeze
must not cause damage to the materials within
the boiler (mild steel, stainless steel, copper
and brass) and any other materials/components
within the system.
COMMISSIONING
INHIBITOR (Central Heating):
4Check drain cocks and manual air vents
are closed and all radiator valves are open.
Open vented systems only: turn on the
water to the system header tank and allow
the system to fill.
Sealed systems only: fill the system to
between 1 and 2 bar via a WRAS approved
filling loop. Check the system pressure
during venting and repressurise if necessary.
4
B
5
1 - 2 bar
6Vent the boiler (there are two vent points
(A) at the top of the secondary heat
exchanger. Only one may be in use, the
other maybe obscured by side fluing.
Always vent (A) and all radiators; retighten
vents when complete.
7Record the date when the inhibitor was
added to the system on the guarantee card.
6
A
A
NOTE: The concentration level of inhibitor
in the system should be checked
every 12 months or sooner if system
content is lost.
The addition of sealing agents to the
system water is not advised as this can
cause problems with deposits left in
the heat exchanger and invalidate the
appliance and heat exchanger warranty .
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1 Locate edge of front panel (A) onto the
supporting ledge (B) on the baseplate.
Refit securing screws (C) to secure.
2Slide control box (D) into boiler.
Secure with screws (E).
Locate the ball stud connectors (F) and
push-fit upper front panel (G) towards the
boiler to secure.
COMMISSIONING
3Locate the top panel (H) onto the ball stud
connections ( J ) and press down to secure.
Always apply pressure at the edges of
the boiler panels when securing to avoid
accidental damage.
Handover:
Complete the Guarantee Registration Card,
Combustion Record (at the rear of this
manual) and CD11 or an equivalent
commissioning form.
Set up the controls and show the user how
to operate all the controls shown in the User
Guide and all system controls.
Where applicable, instruct the customer how
to repressurise the system.
If the appliance is unused and exposed to
freezing conditions, shut off all the mains
supplies, isolate the boiler and drain the
system and boiler including the secondary
heat exchanger.
NOTE: Release drain point (K) to drain the
secondary heat exchanger.
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CAUTION: ISOLATE THE WATER,
ELECTRICITY AND OIL MAINS SUPPLIES
BEFORE STARTING ANY WORK AND
OBSERVE ALL RELEVANT SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS.
Routine servicing:
To maintain efficient boiler operation, the
following should be carried out at least once
a year:
Carry out a pre-service check and note any
operational faults:
Pre-Service Check:
1Lift the top panel (A) upwards to disengage
the ball stud connections (B) and remove.
2 Pull upper front panel squarely forwards
to disengage ball stud connections and
remove from control box (G).
Remove securing screws (C) from each
side.
Slide control box (G) outwards to its full
extent.
3Remove securing screws (F) from front
panel (E).
Lift panel (E) up and away from the
supporting ledge (D) on the boiler.
Operate the appliance and system and note
any faults which may need to be corrected
during the service.
Switch off and electrically isolate the
boiler.
4Depress locking ears and unplug burner
lead (H) from control box (G).
5RS flue only: loosen clip (J) to detach air
duct (K) from the air intake box.
6 Sterling burner:
Release burner retainers (M).
Lift burner up to release blast tube (L)
from heat exchanger, taking care not to
over strain the flexible oil hose/s or
connections, and store safely away from
the boiler.
6aRiello burner:
Remove burner retainer nut (M).
Lift burner up to release blast tube (L)
from heat exchanger, taking care not to
over strain the flexible oil hose/s or
connections, and store safely away from
the boiler.
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See the following instructions for detail of
some of the service requirements listed
below:
Check and clean the burner.
Replace burner nozzle and flexible oil
hose/s.
Check and clean the baffle retainers.
Check and clean the baffles.
Check and clean the heat exchangers
surfaces.
Check the combustion chamber access
door insulation board.
Check that the flue system is unobstructed
and clean as necessary.
Clean or replace all oil filters.
Check that the condensate system is not
obstructed, clean and refill the condensate
trap as necessary.
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RIELLO RDB 3.2 BURNER SETTINGS
RIELLO RDB 4.2 BURNER SETTINGS
Combustion head setting (F)
Combustion head setting (F)
Set at top of Combustion head ( I )
Set at top of Combustion head ( I )
3
1
4
2
5
3
1 Clean the Burner:
Undo the three screws (A) and remove cover
(B) from the burner.
Loosen clip to remove the flexible air inlet hose
(C) from the burner (RS flue systems only).
Remove the air intake cover (D) by releasing
the M4 screws.
Check the condition of the gasket between
these two parts and replace if necessary.
Note the position of the air damper
adjustment and check the air damper
moves freely.
Clean both sides of the fan impeller and
remove any debris from the burner housing.
Check the impeller rotates freely.
Reassemble components.
Remove the combustion head from the
burner by removing the two opposing
screws at the top of the combustion head.
Check that the combustion head setting (F)
is correct for the relevant output as shown
in the table opposite.
To adjust the combustion head setting (F),
turn the adjustment bar (E) clockwise or
anti-clockwise to move the inner sleeve (G)
up and down the blast tube (H).
The correct setting is shown when the
relevant number on the scale (F) is in line
with the top of the blast tube ( I ).
The electrodes and nozzle are factory set
and there is no need to adjust them.
DO NOT dismantle the nozzle and DO NOT
clean the nozzle tip.
With the adjustment bar (E) in line with the
top of the burner ( J ) return the
combustion head and secure in place
with the two screws at the top of the blast
tube.
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Withdraw the photocell from its housing
and wipe clean.
Remove the oil pump internal filter, clean in
kerosene and reassemble.
The internal filter is accessed by removing
screws (K) and the oil pump cover (L)
IMPORTANT
Replace the standard flexible oil hose/s
at every annual service to prevent the
possibility of oil leakage.
External oil filter:
Remove the paper element from the external
oil filter and replace it. If the filter contains a
washable element, thoroughly clean in
kerosene and reassemble into the filter.
RIELLO RDB OIL PUMP
RIELLO
RDB OIL PUMP
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1 Clean the Burner:
Loosen clip to remove the flexible air inlet hose
(D) from the burner (RS flue systems only).
Remove the air intake cover (H) by releasing
the M4 screws.
Seperate the main body of the burner from
the front by removing the M5 screw ( J ),
located beneath the air adjustment screw
(K), using a 4mm allen key.
Check the condition of the gasket between
these two parts and replace if necessary.
Note the position of the air damper
adjustment and check the air damper moves
freely.
Clean both sides ofthe fan impeller and
remove any debris from the burner housing.
Check the impeller rotates freely.
Reassemble components.
2 Inspection of Mechanical Shut-off Valve:
Remove the nozzle (E).
Fasten an M5 screw, with a minimum length
of 30mm, into the threaded hole (L) and pull
the screw to withdraw the check valve (M).
Check that the nozzle holder (N) is clear of
any debris and clean if necessary.
Check that the three holes in the check valve
(M) are clear of any debris. Check the
condition of the 'O' ring (O). Discard the
check valve if the holes cannot be cleared, if
the unit is defective or if the 'O' ring is
damaged and replace with a new one.
Refit the check valve.
Remove the combustion head and thoroughly
clean any deposits.
Fit a new oil atomising nozzle (E).
DO NOT dismantle the nozzle and DO NOT
clean the nozzle tip.
Check the electrodes (F) and reset if
necessary as shown opposite. The electrode
assembly must be positioned at 3 o’clock as
shown.
Refit the combustion head. Check that the
nozzle (E) lies centrally in the combustion
head and the head settings are as shown.
Ensure that the photo cell is lined up with the
sight hole.
Withdraw the photocell (P) from its housing
and wipe clean.
Remove the oil pump internal filter, clean in
kerosene and reassemble.
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Danfoss BFP 11 L3 internal filter is accessed
by removing the oil pump cover (Q).
Danfoss BFP52E L3 internal filter is accessed
by unscrewing and withdrawing cartridge (R).
IMPORTANT
Replace the standard flexible oil hose/s
at every annual service to prevent the
possibility of oil leakage.
Reassemble the burner components.
Check the sponge O-ring seal located
around the combustion head and replace if
necessary.
This seal must be in good condition since
failure will cause flue gases to escape into
the room.
External oil filter:
Remove the paper element from the external
oil filter and replace it. If the filter contains a
washable element, thoroughly clean in
kerosene and reassemble into the filter.
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Clean the boiler:
Manifold access:
Release screws (E) to remove the flue manifold
access cover (F) and clear any debris.
Check the flue system and clean if necessary.
Remove the baffle retainer and baffles
(H) from the secondary heat exchanger.
32/50kW*
50/70kW
SLOTS DOUBLE
BAFFLES
25
10
31
15
SINGLE
BAFFLES
N/A
1
*Five of the slots do not have baffles.
Check and clean the secondary heat
exchanger surfaces.
NOTE: Do not use wire brushes and cleaning
agents to clean the stainless steel secondary
heat exchanger components.
J
I
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K
FRONT
L
I
L
FRONT
Check the condensate route (G) is clear.
The condensate trap (K) should be removed
and checked for debris.
Release the pipe locking tab ( I ) and
disconnect the flexible pipe ( J ) from the top
of the trap and move the flexible pipe up
away from the trap
Release the trap locking tab ( L ) and move the
trap up and back to remove from its mountings.
Clean the trap by flushing with water.
Check the O ring seals and replace if
necessary, grease the seals with a solvent
free grease.
Refit the trap making sure that the locking
tabs are locked in place.
Pour 500ml of water into drain (G) to refill
the condensate trap.
Clean the secondary heat exchanger baffles
(H) if necessary and refit correctly.
Refit the baffle retainer.
Check the seal on the manifold access cover
(F) and replace if necessary.
Refit the flue manifold access cover (F)
and secure with screws (E).
Combustion chamber:
Release the M10 retaining nuts and washers (B)
and remove combustion chamber access door (A).
Check the fibreglass rope seal on the
combustion chamber access door (A) and
replace if necessary.
Remove and check the baffle retainers (D).
Remove the baffles (C), clean and check the
condition of the baffles and the acoustic
insulation. Replace any baffles or insulation
pads considered to be badly corroded/degraded.
Thoroughly clean all of the heat exchanger
surfaces using a suitable brush and clear all
loose debris from the combustion chamber.
Check the condition of the combustion
chamber access door insulation. If the
insulation is damaged the door assembly
must be replaced.
Refit the items in reverse order ensure the
baffles (M) and baffle retainers (L) are
correctly fitted for the boiler output as shown
in the plan view opposite.
Refit combustion chamber door (K).
IMPORTANT: Secure with nuts and
washers ( B ) and tighten, using the
sequence shown, until the chamber door is
firmly secured, do not over tighten the nuts.
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Fire valve:
Check that the oil supply pipe has a fire valve
fitted externally to the building with the fire
valve sensor located within the appliance
case. A fire valve sensor clip is provided for
this purpose on the casing support panel.
Re-commission the burner:
1 Sterling burner:
Align burner combustion head (N) into boiler
housing tube with gasket (O) correctly fitted.
Push firmly down to compress the gasket (O).
Tighten burner retainers (H) sufficiently to
ensure a good seal.
1aRiello burner:
Align burner combustion head (N) into
boiler housing tube flange (O).
Secure with retaining nut (H).
Tighten retaining nut sufficiently to
ensure a good seal.
IMPORTANT:
Ensure the gasket is a good seal between
the burner combustion head and the boiler
housing to prevent flue gases escaping
from the combustion chamber into the room.
NOMINAL BOILER RATING AT NORMAL OPERATING TEMPERATURE
USING 28sec KEROSENE:
Refit panels:
NOZZLE
FUEL
OIL
PUMP
PRESSURE FLOW RATE
(p.s.i.)
Kg/h
l/h
APPROX
FLUE
%CO2
GAS
TEMP.
( °C )
APPLIANCE
APPROX.
COMBUSTION
HEAD
SETTING
SETTING
AIR
INPUT
kW
Btu/hr
OUTPUT
kW
Btu/hr
B entone Sterling 133 Burner (32/50kW):
0.85 60°ES 150/- 2.78 3.52
75
11.5
2.0
N/A
33.4 114000 32
110000
1.10 45 ° S
120/- 3.55 4.49
85
12.0
4.0
N/A
42.7 146000 41
140000
1.25 45° S
155/- 4.33 5.48
95
12.5
8.0
N/A
52.1 178000 50 170000
6.0
N/A
52.1 178000 50
Bentone Sterling 146 Burner (50/70kW):
170000
1.25 45° S 145/150 4.33 5.48
80
12.0
1.50 45° S 145/150 5.2 6.58
85
12.0
9.0
N/A
62.5 213000 60
205000
2.00 45° S 110/135 6.05 7.66
90
12.0
13.0
N/A
72.9 249000 70
240000
Riello RDB 3.2 (32/50):
1.0 60°ES 100
2.78 3.52
75
11.5
3.0
3
33.4 114000 32
110000
1.10 60 ° S
130
3.55 4.49
77
12.0
4.5
4
42.7 146000 41
140000
1.35 60° S
135
4.33 5.48
85
12.5
5.5
5
52.1 178000 50 170000
80
12.0
2.5
1
52.1 178000 50
170000
62.5 213000 60
205000
72.9 249000 70
240000
Riello RDB 4.2 (50/70):
1.25 60° S
145
4.33 5.48
1.50 45° S
145
5.2 6.58
80
12.0
5
2
2.00 45° S
125
6.05 7.66
86
12.0
4.5
3
3Locate edge of front panel (A) onto
supporting ledge (B) on the baseplate.
Secure with screws (C).
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2Plug burner lead (K) into control box (D).
Connect an oil pressure gauge to the oil
pump, run the burner and check the oil
pressure is correct for the required boiler
output. Check that the smoke reading is
between 0 and 1, if the smoke reading is
above 1 check the air setting. If the air
setting is correct check that the burner has
been reassembled correctly.
Allow the boiler to warm up then check the
combustion settings are correct as
indicated in the table below, adjust the
CO2 if necessary using the air shutter.
When the combustion is correct turn off the
boiler, remove the pressure gauge and refit
the blanking plug.
4Slide control box (D) into the boiler.
Secure with screws (E).
Locate ball stud connectore (F) and push-fit
upper front panel (G) towards the boiler to
secure.
If the data label plate has been removed
ensure it is refitted to the appliance.
5Locate the top panel (H) onto the ball stud
connections ( J ) and press down to secure.
After service handover:
Make a note of the date of any water treatment.
Set the controls back to the users
requirements.
Complete the service interval record at the
back of this manual and a CD11 or an
equivalent form.
If the appliance is unused and exposed to
freezing conditions; shut off all the mains
supplies, isolate the boiler and drain the
system and boiler, including the secondary
heat exchanger.
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7
8
9
11
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2
1
15
12
16
13
17
6
10
14
1 Burner - Riello RDB 3.2 32/50
Part Number: 8 718 686 583 0
Burner - Riello RDB 4.2 50/70
Part Number: 8 718 686 726 0
2 Combustion head - ELICA G3 32/50
Part Number: 8 716 116 102 0
2a Combustion head - ELICA G10 50/70
Part Number: 8 716 116 105 0
3 Control box 535 RSE/LD
Part Number: 8 716 109 230 0
4 Photocell
Part Number: 8 716 109 193 0
5 Ignition electrode
Part Number: 8 716 109 183 0
6 Motor
Part Number: 8 718 687 343 0
7 Oil pump - Riello RDB
Part Number: 8 716 109 182 0
8 Flexible oil hose kit
Part Number: 8 716 116 103 0
9 Burner 'O' ring gasket
Part Number: 8 718 687 347 0
10 Heating control thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 621 0
11 Auto reset High Limit thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 798 0
12 Manual reset High Limit thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 621 0
13 Manual reset flue thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 624 0
14 Cleaning brush
Part Number: 8 716 109 428 0
15 Gasket manifold 32/50
Part Number: 8 718 680 315 0
Gasket manifold 50/70
Part Number: 8 718 680 344 0
16 Secondary Heat Exchanger gasket 32/50
Part Number: 7 747 009 829 0
Secondary Heat Exchanger gasket 50/70
Part Number: 8 718 680 093 0
17 Oil nozzle 32/50
1.0 60° ES (32kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 156 675 0
1.10 60° S (41kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 142 795 0
1.35 45° S (50kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 142 796 0
Oil nozzle 50/70
1.25 60° S (50kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 156 511 0
1.50 45° S (60kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 108 098 0
2.00 45° S (70kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 110 047 0
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BENTONE STERLING BURNERS
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
8a
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1 Burner - Sterling 133 32/50
Part Number: 8 716 108 063 0
Burner - Sterling 146 50/70
Part Number: 8 716 108 065 0
2 Combustion head - Type S 32/50
Part Number: 8 716 108 079 0
Combustion head - Type S 50/70
Part Number: 8 716 108 079 0
3 Control box Satronic TF 832.3
Part Number: 8 716 156 648 0
4 Photocell Satronic MZ770s
Part Number: 8 716 156 692 0
5 Control box base Satronic S98 12 pole
Part Number: 8 716 142 782 0
6 Ignition electrode A 21 32/50
Part Number: 8 716 108 082 0
Ignition electrode A 24 50/70
Part Number: 8 716 108 097 0
7 Motor Sterling 133 & 146 FHP 125W
Part Number: 8 716 109 768 0
8 Oil pump - Danfoss BFP11 L3 32/50
Part Number: 8 716 142 736 0
8a Oil pump - Danfoss BFP52E L3 50/70
Part Number: 8 716 109 767 0
9 Transformer (Excludes cable)
Part Number: 8 716 156 696 0
10 Mechanical shut-off valve
Part Number: 8 716 156 658 0
11 Flexible oil hose kit
Part Number: 8 716 106 346 0
12 Burner 'O' shaped gasket
Part Number: 8 716 140 797 0
13 Heating control thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 621 0
14 Auto reset High Limit thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 798 0
15 Manual reset High Limit thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 621 0
16 Manual reset flue thermostat
Part Number: 8 716 107 624 0
17 Cleaning brush
Part Number: 8 716 109 428 0
18 Gasket manifold 32/50
Part Number: 8 718 680 315 0
Gasket manifold 50/70
Part Number: 8 718 680 344 0
19 Secondary Heat Exchanger gasket 32/50
Part Number: 7 747 009 829 0
Secondary Heat Exchanger gasket 50/70
Part Number: 8 718 680 093 0
20 Oil nozzle 32/50
0.85 60° ES (32kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 110 083 0
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1.10 45° S (41kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 108 096 0
1.25 45° S (50kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 110 036 0
Oil nozzle 50/70
1.25 45° S (50kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 110 036 0
1.50 45° S (60kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 108 098 0
2.00 45° S (70kW output)
Part Number: 8 716 110 047 0
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FAULT FINDING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
LOCKOUT:
Pulsation on start
Intermittent lockout
Burner motor fails to
operate
CF - Flue draught incorrect
CF - Check flue draught
Combustion settings incorrect
Set up as in installation instructions
Faulty nozzle
Replace nozzle
Bad electrical connection
Check control box/electrical connections
Intermittent flame detection fault
See flame detection fault
Down draught
Extend flue or fit an anti-downdraught
cowl (CF only)
Faulty motor or electrical supply
to motor
Check for 230V to motor during startup
period
Control box fault
Replace control box
Flame detection
Photocell filmed over (dirty)
Wipe clean
fault
Photocell faulty
Replace
Control box faulty
Replace
Air adjustment fault
Set up as in installation instructions
Oil pressure incorrect
Set up as in installation instructions
No oil at pump
Check and refill oil tank/bleed oil line
Incorrect CO2
No oil from nozzle
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES MUST AN
APPLIANCE BE LEFT TO OPERATE WITH
ANY CONTR OL LI N K E D OUT OR
OVERRIDDEN.
Check and clean filters & valves from oil
tank to boiler
Air in pump
Bleed pump
Nozzle blocked
Replace nozzle
Faulty pump or drive
Replace
Faulty mechanical shut off valve
Clean or replace
( Bentone burner only)
FAULT FINDING
& DIAGRAMS
Ignition failure
Electrode settings incorrect
Set up as in installation instructions
Faulty ignition transformer
Replace
Open circuit ignition
Check and replace electrodes or high
tension leads if necessary
Faulty control box or electrical
connections not properly made
Correct electrical control box
connections or replace control box
BURNER FAILS
No power to boiler
Check electrical / control circuit
TO START:
Faulty boiler thermostat
Check by temporarily linking out high
limit and control thermostats
Programmer open circuit
Check programmer
Faulty control box
Replace
HIGH SMOKE
Air intake/flue blocked
Check & clear air intake/flue
NUMBER:
Incorrect combustion settings
Set up as in installation instructions
Oil pressure incorrect
Adjust to correct pressure
Incorrect components used on
combustion head
Check with installation instructions
Faulty nozzle
Replace nozzle
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FAULT FINDING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Pump noise from air in pump or
worn pump
Bleed air from pump or replace pump
Worn motor bearings
Replace motor
Fan out of balance
Replace fan
Faulty boiler thermostat
Replace if necessary
FAULTY BOILER
OPERATION:
Boiling
Short Cycling
OIL SMELLS:
Short circuit boiler thermostat
Temporarily take out of circuit to check
Thermostat bulb not fully home in
pocket
Ensure bulb is pushed fully home
No primary water circulation
Check system / circulating pump
Burner rating incorrect
Correct burner rating
Boiler thermostat differential
incorrect
Replace boiler thermostat
External controls not operating
correctly
Check and correct external controls
Blocked flue, fumes on startup
CF - Check flue with gauge and check
seals/gaskets
RS - Check seals/gaskets
Oil soaked boiler, faulty burner
operation, numerous lockouts
Rectify burner operation and lockouts
Odour in boiler room, oil leaks
from pipework, flexible hoses
connections
Rectify oil leaks, replace components if
necessary
FAULT FINDING
& DIAGRAMS
Noisy operation
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FAULT FINDING
Yes
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Replace
photo cell
Replace
control box
Replace
control box
Replace
solenoid coil
Replace
motor
Replace oil
pump
Yes
Oil to pump?
No
Drive
coupling
broken?
No
Purge
pressure
1-2 bar?
Yes
Yes
Replace
solenoid coil
No
(100Ω)?
Solenoid coil
functional
No
Yes
Solenoid operating?
increase the pump
pressure
All resistance measurements are actual measured values and some variation is to be expected, therefore measured
values should be similar to but not necessarily identical to the given values.
The operation of the photo cell can be tested by measuring the resistance across the photo cell, it should be a high
resistance (greater than 10MΩ or open circuit) in the dark and low resistance (3kΩ or less) in light.
Burners on balanced flue systems can recirculate flue products resulting in the burner cycling, if this happens check the
flue system integrity and the terminal position.
No
Yes
No
No
No
Nozzle
atomising
fuel?
Replace
photo cell
Replace
control box
Photo cell
functional?
No
If BF
remove
burner
snorkle tube
& retest
Yes
Flame off &
re-lights?
Yes
Combustion
head set
correctly?
No
Yes
No
Replace
pump stem
valve,
pressure
OK?
Yes
Check coil
lead
Combustion
air setting
correct?
Yes
Yes
No
Replace
control box
Reseal BF
or reposition
terminal
Boiler or flue
blocked
These fault finding charts are provided to assist
competent and suitably qualified engineers to locate
and rectify faults. Whilst every effort has been taken
to ensure the information given is correct and
complete we cannot guarantee that ever y
eventuality has been covered.
Yes
Photo cell
functional?
Replace
motor
Motor 40Ω
between blue &
black wires ?
No
Yes
(100Ω)?
No
Replace
motor/pump
Solenoid coil
functional
Yes
Motor or
pump
seized?
Motor gives
50 Volts on
white wire?
Yes
Check boiler
controls &
supply
No
Yes
No
Pump
produces
pressure?
Worcester, B osch Group cannot be held
responsible for costs incurred by persons not
deemed to be competent.
Check L & N
to control
box
Yes
Ignition
spark
proved?
Lockout
within 1
second?
Yes
No
No
Yes
Lockout
after 12 sec
purge?
Check pipe
to nozzle
holder
Check the
electrodes
& leads
Replace
control box
No
Yes
Yes
09:59
No
Yes
Replace
nozzle
Replace
control box
14/7/10
Burner
motor runs?
Boiler not
operating
with a
heating /
hot water
demand
FAULT FINDING
& DIAGRAMS
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230V at
motor?
Yes
Motor 40Ω
L & N to
control box?
No
Check boiler
controls &
supply
Replace
motor
capacitor
Replace
motor
Check
connections/
replace leads
Replace
motor/
pump
Replace
control box
Yes
Lockout
within 1
second?
No
Replace oil
pump
Yes
Oil to
pump?
No
Drive
coupling
broken?
No
Pump
produces
pressure?
Yes
Replace
transformer
Yes
Electrodes
& leads
OK?
Yes
230V at
transformer?
No
Spark
produced?
No
Yes
Replace
control box
Yes
Transformer
lead OK?
Lockout
after purge
before oil
solenoid
opens?
Yes
No
No
Yes
FAULT FINDING
FAULT FINDING
& DIAGRAMS
Note: This chart assumes all wiring within the control box base is correct, if in doubt
check the wiring against the diagram on the base of the control box before replacing
any components.
All resistance measurements are actual measured values and some variation is to be
expected, therefore measured values should be similar to but not necessarily identical
to the given values.
The operation of the photo cell can be tested by measuring the resistance across the
photo cell, it should be a high resistance (greater than 10MΩ or open circuit) in the
dark and low resistance (15kΩ or less) in light.
Burners on balanced flue systems can recirculate flue products resulting in the burner
cycling, if this happens check the flue system integrity and the terminal position.
No
No
Yes
No
Replace
pump
Yes
Photo cell
lead OK?
Disconnect photo cell,
reset lockout, burner
lights then locks out?
No
Replace
photo cell
No
Photo cell
functional?
No
If BF
remove
burner
snorkle tube
& retest.
Lights OK?
Yes
Flame off
and
re-lights?
Yes
Combustion
head set
correctly?
Yes
Combustion
air setting
correct?
Yes
Nozzle
atomising
fuel?
Replace
photo cell
No
Stray light
on photo
cell?
Yes
Yes
No
No
Replace
control box
Reseal BF
on
reposition
Boiler or
flue blocked
230V at
solenoid
coil?
No
Coil lead
OK?
No
Replace coil
lead
Replace
nozzle
Yes
Oil check
valve OK?
(if fitted)
Yes
Pipe to
nozzle
holder OK?
Yes
Solenoid
operating?
Yes
2.2kΩ
across
solenoid
coil?
Replace
control box
No
No
No
Replace oil
check valve
(if fitted)
Replace
pump
Replace
solenoid coil
Measure all 230V tests between
Neutral (N) and the pin, wire or
terminal specified.
Yes
Yes
These fault finding charts are provided to assist competent and suitably qualified engineers to
locate and rectify faults. Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the information given is
correct and complete we cannot guarantee that every eventuality has been covered.
Worcester, Bosch Group cannot be held responsible for costs incurred by persons not deemed
to be competent.
Yes
across
L & N?
No
Motor or
pump
seized?
No
Yes
Burner
lights
immediately
motor runs?
No
Replace
lead
09:59
Control box
locks out?
Yes
Yes
230V at
solenoid coil
in purge?
Yes
Replace
control box
14/7/10
No
Burner
motor runs?
Boiler not
operating
with a
heating /
hot water
demand
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SATRONIC CONTROL BOX
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GREENSTAR UTILITY BOILER COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
BOILER MODEL
SERIAL No.
COMMISSIONING ENGINEER
COMMISSIONING CHECKS
COMPANY NAME:
ADDRESS:
ENGINEERS NAME:
SIGNATURE:
PUMP PRESSURE (PSI):
CO2 %:
SMOKE READING:
F.G.T.°C:
FLUE PRESSURE:
DATE:
BURNER MODEL:
CONTROLS To comply with the Building Regulations, each section must have a tick in one or other of the boxes
TIME & TEMPERATURE CONTROL TO HEATING
ROOM T/STAT & PROGRAMMER/TIMER
TIME CONTROL TO HOT WATER
PROGRAMMABLE ROOMSTAT
PROGRAMMER/TIMER
HEATING ZONE VALVES
FITTED
THERMOSTATIC RADIATOR VALVES
FITTED
AUTOMATIC BYPASS TO SYSTEM
FITTED
NOT REQUIRED
NOT REQUIRED
CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING:
THE CONDENSATE DRAIN HAS BEEN INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS
YES
OIL TYPE USED IS KEROSENE
YES
THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN FLUSHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS?
YES
THE SYSTEM CLEANER USED:
THE INHIBITOR USED:
HAS A WATER SCALE REDUCER BEEN FITTED?
YES
NO
WHAT TYPE OF SCALE REDUCER HAS BEEN FITTED?
FOR THE DOMESTIC HOT WATER MODE, MEASURE & RECORD:
WATER FLOW RATE
lts/min
CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING:
THE HEATING AND HOT WATER SYSTEM COMPLIES WITH
CURRENT BUILDING REGULATIONS
THE APPLIANCE AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN
INSTALLED AND COMMISSIONED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS
HAVE YOU RECORDED A CO/CO2 RATIO READING?
THE OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE AND SYSTEM CONTROLS
HAVE BEEN DEMONSTRATED TO THE CUSTOMER
NO
YES
NO
YES
N/A
YES
NO
YES
CO/CO2 RATIO
IMPORTANT: LEAVE THIS MANUAL WITH THE HOMEOWNER
SERVICE INTERVAL RECORD
It is recommended that the heating system is serviced regularly and that you complete the appropriate
Service Interval Record Overleaf.
Service Provider.
Before completing the appropriate Service Interval Record overleaf, please ensure you have carried out
the service as described in this manual. Always use Worcester, Bosch Group specified spare parts.
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SERVICE 1 DATE
SERVICE 2 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 3 DATE
SERVICE 4 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 5 DATE
SERVICE 6 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 7 DATE
SERVICE 8 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 9 DATE
SERVICE 10 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
OFTEC REG No.
PUMP PRESSURE:
NOZZLE CHANGED?
F.G.T. °C
COMMENTS
SIGNATURE
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
SIGNATURE
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
psi
CO2%:
YES
NO
FLUE PRESSURE:
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WORCESTER, BOSCH GROUP:
TECHNICAL SUPPORT:
0844 892 3366
APPOINTMENTS:
0844 892 3000
SPARES:
01905 752571
LITERATURE:
0844 892 9800
TRAINING:
01905 752526
SALES:
01905 752640
WEBSITE:
www.worcester-bosch.co.uk
Worcester, Bosch Group
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Tel. 0844 892 9900
Worcester, Bosch Group is a brand name of Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd.
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