Schwank ecoSchwank-X 36 Owner`s manual

INSTALLATION /
OWNER’S
MANUAL
SCHWANK GAS FIRED
INFRA RED HEATERS
LUMINOUS SERIES
ECOSCHWANK
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FOR YOUR SAFETY:
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other appliance.
If you smell Gas:
>Extinguish any open flames
>Don’t touch electrical switches
FIELD CONVERTIBILITY:
“The conversion shall be carried out in accordance with the
requirements of the authorities having jurisdiction and in
accordance with the requirements of the B149.1-00 ( latest
edition) INSTALLATION CODE” in Canada, and the ANSI
Z223.1 (latest edition) in the U.S.A.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
If you smell gas:
1) Open windows
2) Don’t touch electrical switches
3) Extinguish any open flame
Immediately call your gas supplier
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NOTICE:
Schwank Inc., reserves the right to make
changes to equipment and specifications
without obligation or notification.
All codes are current at the time of printing.
This publication, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form, without prior written
consent from Schwank Inc. Unauthorized
use or distribution of this publication
is strictly prohibited.
Schwank Inc.
5285 Bradco Boulevard,
Mississauga, Ontario,
phone: (905) 712-4766
fax: (905) 712-8336
Schwank Inc.
PO Box 988
Waynesboro,
Georgia,USA 30830
Phone: (706) 554-6191
Technical Support: 1-877-446-3727
Fax: (706) 554 9390
e-mail: info@schwankheaters.com
http://www.schwankheaters.com
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ECOSCHWANK
- MILLIVOLT
LUMINOUS SERIES
INFRA-RED GAS TUBE HEATERS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TOPIC
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
PAGE NUMBER
GENERAL................................................................1
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS ......................1
2.1 INSTALLATION IN AIRCRAFT HANGARS ..1
2.2 INSTALLATION IN COMMERCIAL
GARAGES ..........................................................2
2.3 INSTALLATIONS OTHER THAN SPACE
HEATING...........................................................2
2.4 MOUNTING CLEARANCES ............................2
2.5 HEATER MOUNTING ......................................2
2.6 VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS ..................3
2.7 GAS SUPPLY LINE INSTALLATION .............3
2.8 GAS PRESSURE ...............................................3
INSTALLATION PROCEDURES ...........................4
AIR BORNE PARTICLES .......................................5
SERVICE GUIDE.....................................................5
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................6
THERMOSTAT CONTROL ....................................6
TOPIC
PAGE NUMBER
8.
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE ...............................7
8.1 MAINTENANCE..............................................7
9.
DIAGRAMS AND SPECIFICATIONS ....................8
9.1 DIMENSION DIAGRAM ..................................8
9.2 SUSPENSION HARDWARE DIAGRAM .........8
9.3 MOUNTING DIAGRAM ...................................9
9.4 HORIZONTAL CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLES ..............................................9
9.5 UP TO 45º ANGLE CLEARANCE TO
COMBUSTIBLES ..............................................9
9.6 SUGGESTED MOUNTING DISTANCE
FOR COMFORT ..............................................10
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
GAS VALVE WIRING ........................................11
HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATIONS ..................12
SPARK IGNITION CIRCUIT ................................13
START UP SHEET ................................................14
LIMITED WARRANTY ........................................16
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SCHWANK GAS FIRED INFRA-RED HEATERS
ECOSCHWANK
LUMINOUS SERIES
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. GENERAL
The Schwank gas fired infra-red luminous heaters
are suitable to be installed for heating of nonresidential indoor or outdoor spaces. These installation instructions are intended for the EcoSchwank heaters. All installations must conform
to the following installation requirements. All local, provincial and national code requirements including the current latest edition B149.1 INSTALLATION CODE” in Canada, and ANSI
Z223.1 in the U.S.A. for gas burning appliances
and equipment. The latest edition Electrical Code
PART 1 CSA C22.1 in Canada and ANSI/NFPA
N0 70 in the U.S.A. must also be observed. Due
to ever changing standards and requirements, revision to our equipment and installation procedures may be necessary. In case of discrepancies,
the latest installation manual will take priority.
The ecoSchwank heater may be installed for
heating of non-residential indoor spaces. It is beyond the scope of these instructions to embrace
all conditions that will be encountered. All system piping must be supported in accordance with
acceptable practice, local codes, and applicable
standards.
2. INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
2.1 INSTALLATION IN AIRCRAFT HANGARS
The Schwank Luminous Heaters are suitable for
use in aircraft hangars when installed in accordance with the following:
A. A minimum clearance of 10 ft above either the
highest fuel storage compartment or the highest engine enclosure of the highest aircraft
which may occupy the hangar. The clearance
to the bottom of the heater shall be measured
from the upper surface of either the fuel storage compartment or the engine enclosure,
whichever is higher from the floor.
B. A minimum clearance of 8 ft must be maintained from the bottom of the heater in other
sections of the aircraft hangars, such as offices
and shops, which communicate with areas for
servicing or storage. Refer to sections 9.3 to
9.5 for proper mounting clearances to combustibles.
C. Heaters must be located so as to be protected
from damage by aircraft and other objects,
such as cranes and movable scaffolding.
D. Heaters must be located so as to be accessible
for servicing and adjustment.
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2.2 INSTALLATION IN COMMERCIAL GARAGES
The Schwank Luminous Heaters are suitable for
use in commercial garages when installed in accordance with ANSI/NFPA No. 88B 1985 (latest
edition), which states clearances to combustible
construction or material in storage, from heater
and vent, must conform to standard NFPA No. 54
(ANSI Z223.1 latest edition), in
the U.S.A. and the CSA B149.1 in Canada.
“Overhead heaters shall be installed at least (8)
feet above the floor”. In addition, they shall be located high enough to maintain the minimum distance to combustibles, as shown on the heater rating plate, between the heater and any vehicles
parked below the heater
2.3 INSTALLATIONS OTHER THAN SPACE HEATING
Use for process applications will void the C.S.A.
certification and require governing authority field
certification at the installers / owners
responsibility and expense.
2.4 MOUNTING CLEARANCES
The Schwank Luminous Heater must be
mounted with minimum clearances as shown in
sections 8.3 to 8.5. It should also be located with
respect to building construction and
WARNING:
equipment so as to provide sufficient clearance
and accessibility for servicing and cleaning of
burners and ignition control.
The Schwank Luminous Heaters cannot be installed inside degreasing plants, nor can they be in an area where chlorine, fluorine or bromine are present.
2.5 HEATER MOUNTING
The Schwank Luminous Heaters are approved for
both horizontal and angle mounting. When angle
mounting, the short axis may be rotated in either
direction to a maximum of 300 degrees
IMPORTANT:
with the venturi always in the upper position. Improper angle mounting can result in damage to the
heater or unsafe operation.
For either horizontal or angle mounting, the long axis of the heater
must be level. Use only non-combustible mounting hardware.
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2.6 VENTILATION REQUIREMENTS
In Canada it is required by law that an unvented
heater be electrically interlocked to an independent exhaust fan by means of an Air Proving
Switch. The exhaust fan must be sized to create 3
cfm for every 1000 Btu/hr or fraction thereof, of
total input of installed equipment. Consult CSA.
B149.1 latest edition for requirements.
In the USA when a heater is installed unvented
the system requires the exhausting of at least 4
cfm per 1000 Bth/hr on NG, and 4.5 cfm per 1000
Btu/hr for LP. By natural or mechanical means, or
electrically interlocked to an independant exhaust
fan, for the total input of all heaters installed. Exhaust openings for removing flue products shall
be above the level of the heaters.. Consult your
local codes and ANSI Z223.1 latest edition.
2.7 GAS SUPPLY LINE INSTALLATION
A. All piping must be installed according to local
codes.
B. It is recommended to install an approved
flexible connector between the heater and gas
piping available as option from Schwank.
C. A drip-pocket at the inlet connection must be
provided.
D. On propane-fired units, a main line filter is
recommended.
E. Piping joint compounds must be resistant to
the action of liquefied petroleum gases.
F. All piping joints should be tested for leaks
with a soap and water solution.
CAUTION: Do not install any gas piping in heat zones. Do not subject heater con-
trols to leak test pressures when checking the main supply piping.
2.8 GAS PRESSURE
The maximum supply pressure must be limited to
14" W.C. (0.51 psi). If the line pressure is above
14" W.C., then a separate pressure reducing regulator must be used. The minimum pressure at the
inlet to the heater regulator must be equal to or
greater than 6.0" W.C. for natural gas
and 11.0" W.C. for propane gas.
A sealed regulator is supplied with the heater
which maintains the proper manifold pressure
when the main burner is operating under the following pressure:
LINE PRESSURE IWC
MANIFOLD PRESSURE IWC
AT TAP IN GAS VALVE
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
NATURAL GAS
6.0
14.0
5.0
PROPANE GAS
12.0
14.0
11.0
Natural gas models are orificed for 1000 BTU/CU FT., and propane gas models are
orificed for 2500 BTU/CU FT.
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3. INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
A. Properly install gas line as outlined in section
2.7, page 3.
B. Properly connect the ignition control assembly
to the heater.
C. Mount heaters by using non-combustible
mounting hardware as illustrated in Diagrams
2 on page 8. Observe the minimum clearances
as outlined in sections 9.3 to 9.6.
D. Connect heater to the main gas line. It is recommended to use a 1/2" flexible connector to
absorb gas line expansion and any
building vibration (available as option from
Schwank Inc.)
E. Mount thermostat at desired location, away
from direct infra-red rays of heater and not on
cold wall without sufficient insulation backing. Install exhaust fan, air switch and transformer, as per section 2.6, page 3.
F. Check gas line for leakage by using soap test
or gas meter test. Ensure gas pressure meets
the requirements outlined in section 2.8, page
3.
WARNING: When testing the main gas line pressure, ensure the gas shut-off valve is
“OFF”, otherwise damage to the combination gas valve will result.
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4. AIR BORNE PARTICLES
Under certain conditions, heater may discolour due to
ambient air borne particle deposits on the outside surface. These deposits in no way affect the operation of
the heater nor the manufacturer’s warranties.
WARNING:
If heater back-fires during operation, then it must be turned off immediately.
Indication of back-firing:
Cause & remedy of back-firing:
A. Loud ignition noise, then followed by distinct
hissing sound.
B. Little or no visible burning on the ceramic
tile.
C. Combustion is taking place inside the burner
body.
A. Improper gas pressure entering the venturi
tube = check pressure.
B. Breakage of a ceramic tile and or gasketing =
replace damaged part.
C. Faulty sealing of the ceramic tile to the burner
body, caused by breakdown of gasketing material = contact your Schwank distributor.
5. SERVICING GUIDE
Servicing of heater is essential for continued efficient operation. Servicing should be carried out
annually by qualified service personnel.
A. Clean the ceramic tile with compressed air.
Avoid directing air stream at gasketing
material between tile and heater body. The
air pressure must be lower then 20 psi.
B. Clean the venturi tube with compressed air.
C. Clean the reflectors.
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6. LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Turn heater thermostat to lowest setting. Turn
gas control knob to “OFF” position for five min
utes before lighting.
B. If heater does not light, shut down heater.
2. Open Pilot access door to locate pilot and turn
gas control knob to “PILOT” position.
1. Turn heater thermostat to lowest setting.
C. To shut down heater:
2.
3. Depress gas control knob and light pilot. Con
tinue to hold knob for one minute after pilot is
lit.
4. Turn gas valve to “ON” position.
Depress gas control knob and turn to
“OFF” position.
Manufactured under the following U.S. Patents:
3,825.403 Patented in Canada:
other Patents Pending.
5. Turn Heater thermostat to desired temperature.
7. THERMOSTAT CONTROL
50’ MAXIMUM
WALL THERMOSTAT
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8. TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
SYMPTOMS
1. Pilot will not light
2. Pilot outage
3. Pilot flame will not stay lit when valve
knob is released
4. Burner goes out.
5. Main burner and pilot goes out.
6. Burner backflashes or makes noise.
7. Yellow main burner flame.
8. Yellow pilot flame.
9. Poor thermostatic control.
10. Main burner will not light
POSSIBLE CAUSES OR CORRECTION
a.
b.
c.
a.
b.
c.
d.
a.
b.
c.
d.
a.
b.
a.
Make sure the gas supply is turned on.
Air in line. Continue to relight until air is released.
Check for a blocked pilot orifice.
Improper pilot flame adjustment. Refer to Figure 7.
Check pilot generator contacts and tighten if necessary.
Defective pilot generator—replace.
Defective valve—replace
Improper pilot flame adjustment. Refer to figure 7.
Remove pilot orifice—check and clean—reinstall.
Defective thermostat—replace.
Defective valve—replace.
Thermostat satisfied—normal operation.
Defective valve—replace.
Improper venting or blocked flue. Correct venting
problem and relight.
Strong Wind conditions.—restart heater.
Make sure the gas supply is turned on.
Check burner and orifice for damage. Replace if necessary.
Check for cracked tile. Replace if necessary.
Check and clean burner and orifice.
Check line and manifold gas pressure.
Small yellow tip—normal operation.
Remove pilot orifice – check and clean—replace.
Check for proper setting.
Check wall thermostat section or gas valve assembly.
Replace thermostat section or gas valve assembly.
Check wall thermostat location.
Check thermostat setting.
Check to see if valve is in the ON position.
b.
c.
a.
b.
a.
b.
a.
b.
a.
b.
c.
d.
a.
b.
8.1 MAINTENANCE
The efficiency of the heater can be impaired if it gets
dirty. If the heaters are installed in areas where considerable dust is present in the air, periodic burner
cleaning may be necessary. Dust may be entrained
in the primary air supply and deposited on the back
side of the ceramic. This can be very easily removed
by dusting the ceramic face and the air inlet with a
blast of low pressure air, a maximum of 20 psi.
policy. Heaters should be cleaned once a heating
season.
FIG. 7
Occasionally pilots or the main burner refuse to function properly after a summer shutdown. For the pilot,
this problem can be corrected by removing the pilot
burner and cleaning out the gas passageways. The
main burner passageways can be cleaned out by using a flexible brush comparable to the type used to
clean glass bottles. (In several instances, small cocoons or spider webs have been found present in
these areas.) Preventative maintenance is the best
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9. DIAGRAMS AND SPECIFICATIONS:
9.1 DIMENSION DIAGRAM FOR THE LUMINOUS HEATERS
B
12 1/2”
C
B
10 1/2"
6 1/2"
A
9 1/4"
12 1/2"
4 3/4"
8 1/2"
3/4"
TABLE 1: DIMENSIONS :
MODEL N0.
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A
6
10
13
18
26
13
20
28
38
53
1/2”
1/2"
1/2"
3/4"
1/4"
B
30
38
48
63
C
24”
1/4”
1/2”
1/2”
3/4”
11
15
18
29
RATING BTU/ WEIGHT
HR
LBS.
1/4”
1/2”
1/2”
1/2”
44”
21,000
37,000
50,000
75,000
100,000
22
26
31
38
45
9.2 SUSPENSION HARDWARE (supplied by others)
EYE BO LT THRU
BEAM CLAM P
HO LE IN BEAM
W /EYE SCREW
EYE SCREW
PIPE RING O R
BAR JO IST
CLEVIS
CLAM P
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9.3 MOUNTING DIAGRAM FOR LUMINOUS HEATERS
Minimum clearance to combustibles
A
A
E
F
B
B
D
D
A
C
A
C
D
D
Minimum clearance to combustibles
9.4 HORIZONTAL CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES CHART :
HEATER
MODEL NO
TOP
< A>
SIDE
< B>
END
<C>
BOTTOM
<D>
ecoSchwank 6 N/L
24”
27”
24”
60”
ecoSchwank 10 N/L
24”
27”
24”
60”
ecoSchwank 13 N/L
24”
27”
24”
78”
ecoSchwank 18 N/L
30”
33”
30”
84”
ecoSchwank 26 N/L
36”
33”
30”
84”
9.5 ANGLE CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES CHART :
HEATER
MODEL NO
TOP
< A>
FRONT
< E>
END
<C>
BOTTOM
<D>
REAR
<F>
ecoSchwank 6 N/L
24”
60”
24”
60”
24”
ecoSchwank 10 N/L
24”
60”
24”
60”
24”
ecoSchwank 13 N/L
24”
78”
24”
78”
24”
ecoSchwank 18 N/L
30”
84”
30”
84”
30”
ecoSchwank 26 N/L
36”
84”
30”
84”
30”
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9.6
SUGGESTED MOUNTING DISTANCE FOR COMFORT**
Since most installations will differ in many details, these instructions are general. Sound judgment must be exercised and careful supervision is
essential to assure the installation will be made in
the best manner possible for trouble-free operation and at minimal cost. All systems must be
done in accordance with acceptable practices, local codes, and applicable standards.
This heater is suitable for reflector mounting angles up to 300 degrees along the short axis
Improper angle mounting can result in overheating of controls and combustible materials.
IMPORTANT: For either horizontal or angle
mounting, the long axis of the heater must be
level. Use only non-combustible mounting
hardware.
NOTE: It is the responsibility of the installer to
insure that the chosen suspension system will support at least 200 lbs.
*Reflector with venturi must be in upper position
MOUNTING HEIGHTS:
HORIZONTAL suggested mounting distance for comfort.*
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6
10
13
18
26
Distance to floor
12’
16’
20’
24’
28’
Maximum heater spacing
16’
22’
28’
34’
39’
Maximum distance between heater rows
25’
30’
40’
50’
70’
6
10
13
18
26
Distance to floor
12’
13’
17’
20’
22’
Maximum heater spacing
16’
22’
28’
34’
39’
Maximum distance between heater rows
25’
30’
40’
50’
70’
ANGLE suggested mounting distance for comfort.*
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** These mounting distances are suggested and are subject to on sight conditions. If in doubt, please
contact your Schwank distributor.
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10. GAS VALVE WIRING
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11. HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATIONS
In Canada all of our Luminous heaters are approved for altitudes zero to 2000ft above sea
level, or 2000ft to 4500ft above sea level and
must be ordered as such, for either High or Low
altitude.
In the USA if a heater is to be installed at altitudes above 2000 ft, the input must be reduced
by 4% per 1000 ft and the orifice must be
changed. (Contact your local distributor or
Schwank Inc. for further technical information).
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12. SPARK IGNITION CIRCUIT
The step-up transformer in the ignition control provides spark ignition at 30,000 volts (open circuit). To
check the spark ignition circuit, proceed as follows.
1
2
3
Shut off gas supply to the gas control
Disconnect the ignition cable at the ignition control stud terminal to isolate the circuit from the spark
igniter or igniter/sensor
Prepare a short jumper lead, using heavily insulated wire such as ignition cable
CAUTION
In the next step, DO NOT allow fingers to touch either the stripped end of
the jumper or the stud terminal. This is a very high voltage circuit and electrical
shock can result.
1
Perform this test immediately upon energizing the system before the ignition control goes into safety
lockout and interrupts the spark circuit. Touch one end of the jumper firmly to the ignition control
GND terminal. (DO NOT remove the existing ground lead.) Slowly move the other end of the
jumper wire toward the stud terminal on the ignition control to establish a spark.
2 Pull the wire away from the stud and note the length of gap at which spark discontinues.
3 A spark length of 1/8 in. (3mm) or more indicates satisfactory voltage output. If no arc can be established, or the maximum spark is less than 1/8 in. (3mm), and power to the ignition control input terminals was proved, replace the ignition control.
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13. START UP SHEET
COMMISSIONING REPORT
AS PER I&O MANUAL AND LOCAL CODES
CONTRACTOR NAME: ................................................................................DATE................................
ADDRESS:............................................................................................................................................
............................................................................................................................................................
CITY:........................................................................................
PHONE:...................................................................................
CELL: .....................................................................................
JOB SITE......................................................................................................CITY................................
HEATER MODEL NUMBER:.................................................................................
HEATER SERIAL NUMBER: ................................................................................
THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN FACTORY FIRED AND TESTED BEFORE DELIVERY, NEVERTHELESS
IT IS NOT A PLUG IN APPLIANCE..IT DOES REQUIRE COMMISSIONING AND FIELD ADJUSTMENTS
TO ENSURE THAT SITE CONDITIONS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THIS HEATER, AND TO
ALLEVIATE NUISANCE CALL BACKS FOR THE CONTRACTOR, THE FOLLOWING
START-UP NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED BY THE LICENSED GAS INSTALLER.
A CONTRACTOR IS CALLING FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT,
MUST PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION
FROM HIS COMPLETED COMMISSIONING REPORT ON NEXT PAGE
FAX COMPLETED FORM TO TECHNICAL SERVICES: CANADA - 905-712-8336 USA - 706-554-9390
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TO BE COMPLETED BY THE LICENSED INSTALLER:
HIGH INTENSITY COMMISSIONING REPORT
TYPE OF GAS:
NG
LP
DOES BUILDING HAVE A NEGATIVE CONDITION:
YES
NO
WILL HEATER BE EXPOSED TO WELDING FUMES:
YES
NO
IS HEATER EXPOSED TO CHEMICAL OR CORROSIVE ATMOSPHERE:
YES
NO
IS AN OPEN FLAME COMPATIBLE WITH THE INSTALLED LOCATION:
YES
NO
MINIMUM CLEARANCES CONFORM AS PER I&O MANUAL:
YES
NO
IF THIS IS A HIGH ALTITUDE AREA WHAT IS THE ALTITUDE ABOVE SEA LEVEL
Feet
IS HEATER SHORT AXIS HORIZONTAL WITH THE VENTURI ON TOP:
YES
NO
IS HEATER INTERLOCKED WITH AN EXHAUST FAN SYSTEM:
YES
NO
IS FAN SYSTEM 3 CFM PER 1000Btu/hr OF THE TOTAL HEAT LOAD:
YES
NO
WILL HEATER BE AFFECTED BY OVERHEAD CRANES / VIBRATION:
YES
NO
IS GAS SUPPLY LINE ADEQUATELY SIZED FOR SYSTEM VOLUME:
YES
NO
HAVE GAS LINES AND BRANCHES BEEN PURGED OF AIR:
YES
NO
THIS HEATER WAS FIELD TEST FIRED WITHOUT ANY MALFUNCTION:
YES
NO
INLET GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE WITH HEATER OPERATING:
WC"
GAS VALVE OUTLET (Manifold) PRESSURE WITH HEATER OPERATING:
WC"
HAS THE WIRING POLARITY BEEN MAINTAINED THROUGHOUT:
YES
WHAT IS THE VOLTAGE READING AT THE IGNITION MODULE:
NO
VOLTS
WHAT IS THE FLAME SIGNAL STRENGTH IN uA FROM SENSOR:
uA (microamps)
IS THE HEATER CONTROLLED BY A THERMOSTAT:
YES
NO
IS THE THERMOSTAT STRATEGICALY LOCATED:
YES
NO
TOTAL HEATERS SUPPLIED FROM ONE SINGLE TRANSFORMER:
WHAT IS THE RATING OF THE TRANSFORMER IN VA:
WHAT IS THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE LOW VOLTAGE WIRING:
WHAT IS THE GAUGE OF THE LOW VOLTAGE WIRING:
TOTAL
V.A.
FEET
GAUGE
THIS HEATER MUST HAVE GOOD ELECTRICAL GROUNDING:
* FAX COMPLETED FORM TO TECHNICAL SERVICES: CANADA - 905-712-8336 USA - 706-554-9390
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LIMITED WARRANTY
GAS-FIRED INFRA-RED LUMINOUS SERIES: ECOSCHWANK
The Manufacturer warrants that this product is free from defects in material or workmanship under normal use and service subject to
the terms of this document.
TWO YEAR WARRANTY
Subject to the conditions and limitations stated herein, during the term of this limited warranty, we will repair or replace (at our option) any component part of the heater as defined below, which the Manufacturer’s examination determines to be defective in workmanship or material for a period of two years (2 years) from the date of installation, unless otherwise specified below. This warranty
applies to the heater’s original owner, and subsequent transferees and only if the unit is installed and operated in accordance with the
printed instructions accompanying the unit and in compliance with all applicable installation, building codes and good trade practices.
Warranty is only applicable to Schwank components, other parts are limited to their own Manufacturers warranty. (1 year)
TEN YEAR WARRANTY
The Manufacturer warrants the Ceramic Tiles for a period of ten years (10 years)
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
This warranty does not cover heating products improperly installed, misused, exposed to or damaged by negligence, accident, corrosive or contaminating atmosphere, water, excessive thermal shock, impact, abrasion, alteration or operation contrary to the owner’s
manual or if the serial number has been altered, defaced or removed. This warranty shall not apply if the input to the heating product
exceeds by more than 2% of the rated input on the rating plate. The Manufacturer shall not be responsible for any expenses, including
service, labor, diagnosis, analysis, material or transportation charges incurred during removal or reinstallation of this product, or any
of its components or parts. All labor or service charges shall be paid by the owner. The Manufacturer shall not be liable for any default or delay in performance by its warranty caused by any contingency beyond its control, including war, government restrictions, or
restraints, strikes, fire, flood, acts of God, or short or reduced supply of raw materials or products.
WARRANTY PROCEDURE
To establish the installation date for any purpose under this Limited Warranty, you must retain the original records that can establish
the installation date of your unit. If you do not provide such documents, the start date of the term of this Limited Warranty will be
based upon the date of unit manufacture, plus thirty (30) days. Failure to maintain the equipment through regular annual service
maintenance by a qualified service technician shall void the warranty.
LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS
This document contains all warranties made by the Manufacturer and may not be varied, altered or extended by any person. There are
no promises, or agreements extending from the Manufacture other than the statements contained herein. THIS WARRANTY IS IN
LIEU OF ALL WARRANTIES EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, TO THE EXTENT AUTHORIZED BY THE LAWS OF THE JURISDICTION, INCLUDING SPECIFICALLY THE WARRANTIES OR MERCHANTIBILITY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE.
It is understood and agreed that the Manufacturer’s obligation hereunder is limited to repairing or replacing parts determined to be
defective as stated above. In no event shall the Manufacturer be responsible for any alleged personal injuries or other special, incidental or consequential damages. As to property damages, contract, tort or other claim the Manufacturer’s responsibility shall not exceed
the purchase priced paid for the product.
All replacement parts will be warranted for the unused portion of the warranty coverage period remaining on the applicable unit.
Some Authorities do not allow certain warranty exclusions or limitations on how long a warranty lasts or the exclusions or limitations
of incidental or consequential damages. In such cases, the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you and are not intended
to do so where prohibited by law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights which vary by each
jurisdiction.
SCHWANK INC. 5285 BRADCO BLVD. MISSISSAUGA, ON, L4W 2A6
Ph: 905-7121-4766
SP-DECQ-BX-02A
ECO WARRANTY
May 2004
RL: 2
KH
SP-MECM-BX-05A
ecoSchwank - Millivolt Manual
RD: MAY, 2004
RL: 5
KH