Technical and Specification Information Greenspring CWi47 Water Heater Greenspring gas-fired condensing wall mounted continuous flow water heater Includes ErP ratings Worcester and you. Making a diff 2 As part of the Bosch Group, Worcester supported by an experienced technical products are designed and manufactured to services team which is able to provide provide customers with the highest levels of comprehensive support and advice quality and reliability which are synonymous from designing system layouts through with the Bosch name throughout the world. to installation. As part of Europe’s largest supplier of Worcester is dedicated to providing energy heating products, Worcester, Bosch Group efficient gas- and oil-fired condensing has the UK-based resources and support boilers, as well as an extensive range of capability to offer you the value-added renewable technologies. All of our products solutions you deserve. Worcester employs have been developed and introduced with a nationwide network of Service Engineers the aim of helping the UK to achieve the and technically trained Field Sales Managers Government’s efficiency targets. The reception and main entrance at our Worcester headquarters ference. “At Worcester we recognise the vital role you Contents play in the specification and installation of The Greenspring condensing energy efficient appliances in homes across continuous flow water heater 4-5 the UK. We will continue to invest in our The features of the Greenspring condensing water heater 6-7 System layouts 8-9 ErP easy as ABC 10 - 11 Inside story 12 Carl Arntzen, Technical data 13 Managing Director, Guidance on installing the Greenspring Bosch Thermotechnology Ltd. condensing water heater 14 - 17 Horizontal and vertical flue terminal positioning 18 - 19 products, people, facilities and added value services to ensure you have all you require in order to deliver only the best solutions to your customers’ requirements.” Page Greenspring water heater horizontal fluing options 20 - 21 Greenspring water heater vertical fluing options 22 - 23 Water heater control panel 24 Installation requirements 25 - 26 Greenspring water heater accessories 27 Training 28 - 30 After-sales 31 3 The Greenspring condensing continuous flow water heater Global responsibility for nature and the environment Worcester, Bosch Group, whilst continuing to satisfy the daily demands for heating and hot water comfort, has taken As part of the Bosch group, Worcester is committed to a lead in developing solutions which reduce the impact on environmental protection. With product development the environment by reducing CO2 emissions – not only for being prioritised in the interests of people’s well being, the today but well into the future. economical use of resources and environmental sustainability. With this in mind Worcester is proud to offer a high In just a few short years, Britain’s domestic heating and efficiency, high output gas-fired condensing continuous hot water industry has changed dramatically. flow water heater for use with renewable energy sources or traditional fuels. With approximately 25% of the UK’s carbon dioxide emissions being produced by home energy consumption, With an output of up to 50kW, the Greenspring water 75% of which is for the provision of heating and hot water, heater is ideal for use in high end residential, and such change is not only inevitable but crucial. both small and large commercial applications. It offers high energy-efficient condensing operation and up to Words and expressions such as “renewable energy”, 12 appliances can be cascaded in parallel offering a “sustainable technology” and “carbon footprint” have combined flow rate of up to 250 lts/min. become part of everyday conversation and have been fuelled by extreme weather and stark television images. The Greenspring water heater can also be connected to a secondary circulation with a consequential reduction in water wastage. 4 The Greenspring water heater at a glance Greenspring CWi47 water heater Part No. Output kW NG 7 703 311 082 LPG 7 703 411 078 Min 6kW Max 50kW Flow rate at 35ºC ∆ T 20.6l/min Flow rate at 25ºC ∆ T 28.8l/min Temperature control 9 9 9 Natural gas LPG ErP Water heating energy efﬁciency class ErP Water heating energy efﬁciency (declared load proﬁle) A 86% (XXL) The Greenspring water heater features and benefits Features Benefits Instantaneous and continuous hot water On demand and sustained delivery Condensing operation High efficiency Natural gas and LPG models Fuel flexibility Remote temperature control Control flexibility Accessory to raise maximum water temperature Ideal for thermal disinfection Direct integration with solar heating and heat pumps Complete heating and hot water solutions from one source Accessory to control cascade up to 12 units Maximises output up to 247l/min at 35º rise 5 The features of the Greenspring condensing water heater Domestic A Greenspring water heater is ideal for domestic applications where: • There is increased demand for DHW – e.g. multiple bath, shower rooms etc. • Space heating is being provided by another technology e.g. heat pumps • Pre-heated water supply is to be used – e.g. by solar thermal. Typical examples include larger homes and small hotels. Light commercial/non-domestic Ideal for light commercial or non-domestic applications with: • High demands for DHW – e.g. multiple sinks, showers etc. • No or little requirement for space heating – e.g. due to air conditioning, district heating etc. • Where pre-heating of DHW is available. Typical applications include restaurant kitchens, gyms, nurseries, hairdressers, hotels, nursing homes and smaller schools. For more information on ErP, see pages 10-11. Commercial Suitable for large commercial applications where there is: • Consistent high demands for DHW – e.g. laundries, Energy saving condensing design The use of a condensing appliance contributes to achieving higher efficiency by incorporating a secondary heat hospitals, etc. • Very high cyclic demands for DHW – e.g. hotels, schools etc. exchanger. Heat within the flue gases is used to preheat the inlet water, and so recaptures energy that would Greenspring’s ability to use water pre-heated by otherwise be lost. renewable heat sources supports planning and investment requirements. Applications The Greenspring water heater has been optimised for use in Such applications can take full advantage of the cascade domestic and commercial applications where there are high controls that are part of the Greenspring offering. These demands for domestic hot water (DHW). controls provide the ability to deliver up to 250 litres of hot water a minute, on demand, with no need for costly At 50kW heating output, the Greenspring water heater hot water storage capacity. offers the following performance: • Up to 20.6 litres per minute with 35ºC rise • Up to 28.8 litres per minute with 25ºC rise. Certain commercial applications may also take advantage of the ability to provide a hot water temperature of up to 84°C for sterilisation processes and secondary circulation. The Greenspring water heater can be used with natural gas or liquid propane gas (LPG) and can be installed in single units or multiple cascades of up to 12 units. Extended flue lengths of up to 8m are also possible, helping to provide even greater design flexibility. 6 Key beneﬁts to the end user Ease of installation and maintenance High volumes of hot water • Error codes clearly displayed on LCD screen • Front mounted controls • Wall mounted • Easy access to components • Compact design. • Multiple showers, sinks and baths at the same time. Cost savings • Condensing technology for greater energy efficiency • No requirement for storage tanks – reducing space and heat losses • Ability to use existing Worcester Condensfit II™ wall-hung boiler flues. Cascading Linking up to 12 water heaters together in parallel allows a maximum water flow of up to 250 litres per minute with a 35ºC rise. Low environmental impact • Energy-efficient condensing design • Pre-mix combustion technology ensures low NOx emissions (<40ppm, Class 5) • Suitable for use with pre-heated water from renewables • Compatible with hot water secondary circulation to reduce water wastage. Worcester’s intelligent cascading software will automatically rotate the lead unit after each 100 hours of functioning, distributing the workload equally across the water heaters in the cascade, increasing the longevity of the appliances. Fluing The Greenspring water heater uses the existing Key beneﬁts for installers Condensfit II™ (80mm/125mm) concentric horizontal • • Room sealed (RSF) appliance • Compact, low-space design • Natural gas and LPG versions • Horizontal or vertical flue options • Frost protection. or vertical flue system. Flexible design options 7 System layouts Secondary circulation Accessories The Greenspring has a durable heat exchanger that Higher set point allows it to withstand the frequent low-fire rates of a With an optional kit, it is possible to set higher maximum secondary circulation system. water temperatures than the standard 60ºC. The kit comprises of a ‘jumper’ placed on the PCB which raises To reduce water wastage, a secondary circulation system the maximum temperature to 84ºC. will circulate hot water through the pipework of the property to ensure hot water is immediately available This kit allows the water heater to meet the requirements when a tap is opened. This can be constant or tuned to of many demanding commercial applications such as suit user patterns. thermal disinfection requirements for food and healthcare applications. A thermostat placed in the pipework at a distant point to the heater activates a pump when water temperature drops Remote control below a set point, thus activating the appliance. A wireless remote control can be used to adjust the temperature up or down, and to read error codes. The The pump will need to be purchased separately, however radio frequency of the remote has a range of 30 metres. no additional accessory is necessary. A safety valve A maximum of 6 remote controllers can be programmed to is mandatory and expansion vessel recommended for control a single appliance. recirculating systems. Use with renewables A Greenspring water heater is designed to work with pre-heated water from, for example, a solar thermal system or heat pump(s). If the inlet water is within 5ºC of the set-point on the LCD, the appliance will not fire up, simply letting the pre-heated hot water flow through to the outlets. In this case the solar symbol appears on the LCD (see below). The burner will only fire when it can raise the water temperature by over 5ºC at minimum output. The maximum inlet temperature to the water heater is 60ºC. Cascade kit The cascade kit is a wiring accessory that allows the control of up to 12 water heaters to be connected together for an ‘intelligent’ (rotating lead) cascade. Solar mode indicator 8 Greenspring water heater with appliance for Domestic Hot Water (DHW) Greenspring water heater cascade system with secondary circulation Greenspring water heater with a separate pre-heated water supply e.g. Greenskies solar thermal Worcester Pump Station Please note: Additional equipment may be required. This is shown for clarity. Please note that from 26th September, this conﬁguration will require an ErP system package label – please turn to pages 10-11 for more information. 9 What is ErP? The ErP Directive, which is a new regulation set by the European Union, is designed to drive improvements in the efficiency and performance of heating and hot water products. Its purpose is to ensure that end users are aware of the level of energy efficiency inherent within their appliances. As such, the Directive will help improve the overall efficiency of the housing stock, while helping homeowners to reduce their energy bills. The ErP regulations cover boilers, combination boilers, water heaters and other heating appliances up to 400kW. What is Energy Labelling? The Energy Labelling involves a label which we are familiar with today on washing machines and televisions at the point of XXL sale. The Energy Labelling regulations introduce Europe-wide energy labelling requirements for boilers, combination boilers, water heaters and other heating products up to 70kW and hot water cylinders under 500 litres. How will the labelling scheme work? The new Energy Labelling Directive will Model name Product A CH efficiency band A A B C D E F G Sound power level kWh/annum GJ/annum dB introduce new efficiency classes with from A to G alongside the existing efficiency 2015 ratings for products in the domestic and light commercial sectors. Most condensing water heaters will fall within the A band, which requires them to achieve more than 85% hot water efficiency (at XXL load profile), while renewable technologies such as heat pumps will likely be in the A+ or A++ bands (depending on flow temperature). 10 812/2013 Annual power and fuel consumption What about systems that contain What if I cascade the Greenspring Continuous different products? Flow Water Heater? In these circumstances, there is a responsibility for There is no requirement to create a package label providing a package label when combining a heating when cascading multiple water heaters. appliance with a temperature control and/or solar device, cylinder or a supplementary heating However, a package label is required when appliance (for example, a two boiler cascade). combining a continuous flow water heater with solar thermal. The person who puts that package together will need to produce a package document known as a fiche (data table) and label that provides the combined energy efficiency rating rather than ratings of each individual component. For example, this could be the merchant’s responsibility if they supply a complete package under one part number or the installer if the items are bought individually under separate part numbers. In this circumstance, Worcester will provide an online tool that makes calculating the overall package efficiency of a Worcester system effortless. ErP easy as ABC with Worcester The Energy Related Products (ErP) Directive comes into force on the 26th September 2015. Worcester will have a number of measures in place to support you including: An online tool which creates product and heating system labels ErP will be covered in all Worcester training courses ErP experts – our technical and customer support teams can answer all your questions. ErP Technical Support: 0330 123 3641 Email: ErPemail@example.com 11 Inside story Flue gas overheat sensor Flue gas temperature sensor Condensing heat exchanger Heat exchanger overheat thermostat Heat exchanger Sight glass Ionization probe sensor Ignition electrodes Flue recirculation temperature sensor Primary fan Secondary fan Pressure test point gas valve Gas valve Hot water temperature sensor (behind control unit) Water valve with flow sensor and cold water temperature sensor (behind control unit) Control unit Controller with LCD display Main Program button Reset button ON/OFF button 12 LCD display Temperature increase/decrease programming button Technical data Greenspring CWi47 water heater Height 775mm Width 452mm Depth 286mm Weight – lift Hot / cold water connections Condensate connection 34kg ¾" compression 32mm plastic pipe Gas connection ¾" BSPT Nominal output 50.3kW Maximum output 50.3kW Minimum output 6kW Natural gas pressure 20mbar LPG pressure 37mbar Natural gas consumption 5.09m3/h LPG consumption 3.8kg/hr Maximum water pressure 12bar Minimum operating pressure 0.5bar Minimum water pressure for maximum ﬂow 2.5bar DHW ﬂow rate @ 35ºC∆T 20.6l/min DHW ﬂow rate @ 25ºC∆T 28.8l/min Activation rate 1.9l/min Internal siting Yes Frost protection Yes Maximum vertical ﬂue 8,000mm Maximum horizontal ﬂue 8,000mm NOx classiﬁcation – natural gas 40ppm NOx class 5 Efﬁciency 104% ErP Water heating energy efﬁciency class ErP Water heating energy efﬁciency (declared load proﬁle) Ingress protection (IP) A 86% (XXL) X4D 13 Guidance on installing the Greenspring condensing water heater Siting of appliance Compartment installation – The appliances are only suitable for installing internally for single appliances in domestic properties within a property at a suitable location. That location must The appliance may be installed in any room, although be a fixed, rigid surface at of least the same size as the particular attention is drawn to the requirements of the appliance and capable of supporting its weight. IEE regulations applicable and in Scotland the electrical provisions with respect to installation in a room containing No wall surface protection is required against heat transfer a bath or shower. from the water heater. However, if the appliance is to be fitted in a timber frame building the guidelines laid down in BS 5440:Part 1 and the IGE “Gas Installations in Timber Frame Buildings” should be adhered to. 1. The room in which the appliance is installed does not require a purpose provided air vent. 2. If the appliance is installed in a cupboard or compartment with dimensions that allow the following The appliance must not be installed in locations where the minimum clearances, then no ventilation is required ambient temperature is expected to drop below 0 degrees. (see below): The appliances may be installed into an airing cupboard if required. However a non-combustible perforated material (max. hole sizes of 13mm) must be used to separate the Ventilation free compartment installation – minimum clearances boiler from the airing space. See section “Compartment Installation” on right. 20mm* Mounting on a combustible surface All Greenspring wall mounted water heaters can be sited on a combustible surface. EN482, Section 22.214.171.124 states no means for protection of combustible surfaces are necessary if the temperature of the wall does not exceed the room temperature by more than 60ºC. Testing of Greenspring gas-fired wall mounted water heaters has shown that this temperature is not exceeded. Installation and service clearances The minimum clearances shown opposite (fig 1) should be allowed for installation and servicing. Compartment ventilation would be required at these clearances. 14 10mm 10mm Fig 1 Minimum of 20mm required from/for front clearance *To a removable surface Important: bathroom locations and clearances Casing dimensions as illustrated in the diagram below 452mm • The water heater must not be installed in zones 0, 1 or 2 • Any switch or appliance control using mains electricity 286mm C must not be within reach of a person using the bath or shower • Electrical switches, fused spurs and socket outlets must not be situated in the bathroom • A water heater fitted with a non-mechanical timer or with no timer in the water heater can be installed in Zone 2 or 775mm outside the shaded area A • A water heater with a mechanical timer or RF mechanical timer with a room thermostat must only installed outside the shaded area • Additional Residual Current Device (RCD) protection may be required. B Refer to the latest IEE wiring regulations. Pipework connections 600mm 600mm 750mm B A 1 1 2 2 2,250mm 2,250mm C D 0 Pipework connections 600mm 750mm 2,250mm 2 1 1 2 A Hot water outlet ¾" dia. B Cold water inlet ¾" dia. C Gas connection ¾" dia. D Condensate outlet 32mm dia. 2,250mm 0 600mm radius Conventional ﬂued boilers must not be ﬁtted in a bathroom. 15 Condensate pipework – internal connections Important points to consider when siting a condensate drainage pipe: Condensate discharge from water heater • Where a new or replacement boiler is being installed, access to an internal “gravity discharge” point should be one of the factors considered in determining Soil and vent stack boiler location • The condensate pipe must be a minimum of 32mm dia. plastic pipe • The condensate pipework must fall at least 52mm per metre towards the outlet and should take the shortest Condensate trap practicable route Min. 450mm and up to 3 storeys 32mm dia. • Ensure there are no blockages in the pipe run. In order to minimise risk of freezing during prolonged cold spells, the following methods of installing a condensate Fig. 1 Disposal to soil vent stack drainage pipe should be adopted, in order of priority. Wherever possible, the condensate drainage pipe should Condensate discharge from water heater be routed and terminated so that the condensate drains away from the boiler under gravity to a suitable internal foul water discharge point such as an internal soil and vent Visible air break at plug hole stack. A suitable permanent connection to the foul waste pipe should be used. (see fig. 1) Sink or basin with integrated overflow 100mm Alternatively if the first option is not possible an internal kitchen or bathroom waste pipe, washing machine waste pipe etc. can be used. (see fig. 2) 32mm dia. 75mm min. Condensate pump 75mm sink waste trap Where “gravity discharge” to an internal termination is not physically possible, or where very long internal runs would Fig. 2 Disposal to a waste pipe be required to reach a suitable discharge point, condensate should be removed using a proprietary condensate pump, of a specification recommended by the boiler or condensate pump manufacturer. Condensate discharge from water heater The pump outlet pipe should discharge to a suitable internal Visible air break at plug hole Sink or basin with integrated overflow foul water discharge point such as an internal soil and vent stack, internal kitchen or bathroom waste pipe, washing 75mm min. machine waste pipe etc. A suitable permanent connection to the foul waste pipe should be used. (see fig. 3) Condensate trap 75mm sink waste trap Condensate pump 32mm dia. Fig. 3 Condensate pump disposal 16 Condensate pipework – external connections Freezing conditions Condensate soak away (see fig. 6) • Pipework length should be kept to a minimum and the • The condensate drainage pipe may be run above or below the ground to the soak away route as vertical as possible • Where pipework is subjected to extreme cold or wind chill, a weather proof insulation should be used. • The examples shown run above ground • The soak away must use a 100mm dia. plastic tube with two rows of three 12mm holes on 25mm centres and Condensate waste 50mm from the bottom of the tube. The holes must face • Care should be taken when siting a soak away to avoid away from the house • The tube must be surrounded by at least 100mm of obstructing existing services. limestone chippings to a depth of 400mm If no other discharge method is possible then the use of an externally run condensate drainage pipe terminating at • Minimum hole size for the condensate soak away must be 400mm deep by 300mm dia. a suitable foul water discharge point (fig. 4), or purposedesigned soak away (fig. 5), may be considered. Please see In situations where there are likely to be extremes of installation and servicing instructions for more details. temperature or exposure, the use of a proprietary trace heating system for external pipework (that incorporates an external frost thermostat) should be considered. If Condensate discharge from water heater such a system is used, the requirement to use 32mm pipe does not apply, however all other guidance above, and the Insulate and increase pipe size External rain water pipe into foul water closely followed. Unheated internal areas External air break Pipework transition instructions for the trace heating system, should be Internal pipe runs in unheated areas such as lofts, basements and garages should be treated as external runs. Air gap Condensate trap 43mm 90º male/female bend 100mm dia. 100mm dia. min. plastic pipe PVCu strap on fitting Condensate discharge from water heater Drainage holes 12mm dia. 300mm Fig. 4 Disposal into a rainwater down pipe 500mm min. Pipework transition Condensate discharge from water heater Insulate and increase pipe size 25mm 25mm 50mm 25mm 25mm min. Condensate trap Insulate and increase pipe size 100mm dia. min. plastic pipe Limestone chippings 400mm min. Drainage holes Bottom of sealed tube Pipework transition Condensate trap Fig. 5 External disposal Fig. 6 Soak away 25mm min. For full technical information on pipe size, insulation and different condensate pipework methods, please see Installation, Commissioning and Servicing Instruction Manual. 17 Horizontal and vertical flue terminal positioning All measurements in millimetres 300 6 500 25 5 Velux window 10 Drainpipe 25 300 4 3 500 600 500 1,500 2 Boundary 600 Window 1 300 Note Key to illustration • All measurements are the minimum clearances required • Terminals must be positioned so to avoid combustion 1. Flue clearance must be at least 300mm from the ground. • Terminal guards must be fitted if the flue is less than products entering the building 2 metres from the ground or if a person could come Support the ﬂue at approximately one metre intervals into contact with the flue terminal. and at a change of direction, use suitable brackets and ﬁttings Flue bracket 125mm part number: 7 716 191 174 (125mm dia.) 2. 600mm distance to a boundary, unless it will cause a nuisance. BS 5440: Part 1 recommends that care is taken when siting terminals in relation to boundaries. 3. 600mm minimum clearance from a skylight to a vertical flue. 4. Vertical flue clearance, 500mm to non-combustible building material, and 1,500mm clearance to combustible building material. 18 Dormer window w 7 14 25 1,500 400 8 9 11 200 300 1,200 12 13 300 300 15 5. The dimension below eaves, gutters, pipes and drains can be reduced to 25mm, as long as the flue terminal is 11. 200mm below eaves and 75mm below gutters, pipes and drains. extended to clear any overhang. Any external flue joints 12. 1,200mm between terminals facing each other. must be sealed with a suitable silicon sealant. 13. 300mm to an internal or external corner. 6. 500mm clearance to any vertical structure on a roof, 600mm to room sealed flue or 1,500mm to an open flue. 7. 1,500mm between a vertical flue terminal and a window or dormer window. 8. 400mm from a pitched roof or in regions with heavy snow fall 500mm. 9. The flue cannot be lower than 1,000mm from the top of Installations in car ports are not recommended. 14. The dimension below eaves, balconies and car ports can be reduced to 25mm, as long as the flue terminal is extended to clear any overhang. Any external flue joints must be sealed with suitable silicon sealant. 15. 300mm above, below and either side of an opening door, air vent or opening window. a light well due to the build up of combustion products. 10. 2,000mm below a Velux window, 600mm above or to either side of the Velux window. 19 Greenspring water heater horizontal fluing options Standard horizontal flue assembly The Greenspring water heater uses the Condensfit II™ 125mm diameter telescopic flue kit. The following diagrams detail the permissible lengths. ™ Horizontal RS ﬂue Flue diameter 125mm Minimum flue length 400mm Maximum flue length 8,000mm Components 125mm dia. standard telescopic flue kit 1 x flue turret elbow Part No. 125mm 7 719 003 702 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 600mm (125mm dia.) of flue duct including terminal 125mm 600 1 (as measured from centre of flue outlet) 1 x weather sealing plate Extension flue horizontal 1 x internal plate Part No. 7 719 003 702 Accessories Components Part No. Description 7 719 003 702 125mm dia. standard telescopic flue kit 7 719 003 666 125mm dia. extension flue kit (960mm*) 7 719 003 664 125mm dia. 90º bend 7 719 003 665 125mm dia. 45º bend 7 719 002 433 125mm dia. high level horizontal adaptor Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 003 702 7 719 003 666 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 7,600 1 up to 7 7 716 191 174 125mm dia. support bracket kit *Dimensions when fitted Extension flue horizontal using a second 90º bend The following criteria should be noted when planning the installation: • The concentric flue system must be inclined at 3º (50mm per metre) from the appliance, to allow condensate to drain back into the water heater • Because the appliance operates at high efficiency a white plume of condensation will be emitted from the terminal. Care must be taken when selecting the flue terminal position. Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 003 702 7 719 003 666 7 719 003 664 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 20 7,600 1 up to 5 1 Extension flue horizontal and upwards Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 003 702 7 719 003 666 7 719 003 664 7 719 002 433 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 7,600 1 up to 5 1 1 Extension flue upwards and horizontal using a second 90º bend Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 003 702 7 719 003 666 7 719 003 664 7 719 002 433 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 7,600 1 up to 3 2 1 Note: The maximum ﬂue length must be reduced by the following amounts for each bend used. Greenspring 80/125mm ﬂues 45º bend 1,500m 90º bend 2,000m 21 Greenspring water heater vertical fluing options Minimum height The Greenspring water heater uses the Condensfit II™ 125mm diameter vertical RSF flue system. The following diagrams detail the permissible lengths. ™ Vertical RSF ﬂue Pitc roo hed f 500mm 300mm Flue diameter Flat roof 125mm Minimum flue length 1,400mm Maximum flue length 8,000mm L= 100mm dia. 1,090mm 125mm dia. 1,365mm 125mm dia. vertical balanced flue kit 1 x flue terminal assembly 1 x weather sealing collar 1 x fire stop spacer Components 1 x vertical adaptor Part No. 125mm Part No. 7 719 002 431 7 719 002 431 Minimum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 1,400 1 Accessories Components Part No. Description 7 719 002 431 125mm dia. vertical balanced flue kit 7 719 003 666 125mm dia. extension flue kit (960mm*) Vertical balanced flue system maximum height Pitc roo hed f 500mm 300mm Flat roof 7 719 003 664 125mm dia. 90º bend 7 719 003 665 125mm dia. 45º bend 7 716 191 090 Flashing – flat roof 7 716 191 091 Flashing – pitched roof *Dimensions when fitted Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 002 431 7 719 003 666 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 22 7,400 1 up to 6 Vertical balanced flue system with two 45º bends Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 002 431 7 719 003 666 7 719 003 665 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 7,400 1 up to 3 2 Vertical balanced flue system with two 90º bends Components Part No. 125mm 7 719 002 431 7 719 003 666 7 719 003 664 Maximum lengths (mm) & no. of components required 125mm 7,400 1 1 2 Note: The maximum ﬂue length must be reduced by the following amounts for each bend used. Greenspring 80/125mm ﬂues 45º bend 1,500m 90º bend 2,000m 23 Water heater control panel LCD display Main ON/OFF button Temperature increase/ decrease programming button Reset button Program button LED Functions Power bar indicator (input) Temperature indicator Error indicator Flame indicator Solar mode indicator Remote control indicator 24 Locked condition indicator (only with remote control) Installation requirements Installation of the Greenspring water heater must be in Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG) supply accordance with the relevant requirements of the Gas The Greenspring water heater is available in natural gas and Safety (Installation Use) Regulations (as amended), current LPG variants. The appliance when on full output demand IEE Wiring Regulations, local Building Regulations, Building will require up to 3.80kg/h of gas. Standards (Scotland) regulations and bylaws of the local Water company and Health and Safety Document No. 635 The gas tank or bottles must be capable of supplying this (Electricity at Work Regulations 1989). It should be in quantity of gas at a nominal pressure of 37mbar (14.8in wg) accordance with the relevant recommendations of the at the appliance. The table below shows the LPG gas following British Standards: discharge through varying lengths of pipe and the resistance to flow created by elbows, bends etc. Domestic Pipework should be sized to overcome this resistance. BS 6798; BS 5449; BS 5546:1; BS 5440:1; BS 5440:2; BS 6891. Electricity supply A 3amp fused three pin plug and unswitched shuttered Commercial socket outlet (both complying with BS 1362) or preferably BS 6644; BS EN 15417; BS EN 15420; IGEIUP/2; IGEIUP/10 a double pole isolator with a contact separation of 3mm in all poles supplying the appliance should be used. Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations. All gas appliances must be installed by a Gas Safe registered The appliance electrical circuits are also protected by an person in accordance with the above regulations. Failure internal 1.6amp fuse. The appliance must be earthed. to install appliances correctly could lead to prosecution. Mains cold water supply The manufacturer’s notes must not be taken in any way as Water Authority requirement overriding statutory regulations. A direct mains cold water connection is permitted by Water Authorities. However, it is recommended that Valves and joints reference be made to local requirements. In the event of It is very important that all valves and joints are able to difficulty contact Worcester Technical Support Department. sustain a working pressure of up to 10bar (150psi). Cold water connection Natural gas supply Connection should be made as shown in the pipework When on full demand the Greenspring water heater will detail and the appliance installed generally in accordance require up to 5.09m3/hr of gas. with the layout shown on page 15. The gas meter and supply pipes must be capable of Wherever possible the cold supply to the appliance should supplying this quantity of gas in addition to the demand be the first connection off the mains supply, in order from any other appliance being served. It is important that to minimise hot water flow reduction when cold water a gas supply pipe of at least 22mm diameter is used. Under services are operated. The final 600mm of piping to the no circumstances should the size of the gas supply pipe be appliance should be of copper or steel only. less than that of the appliance inlet connection. The meter outlet governor should be capable of ensuring a dynamic Cold water pressure pressure of 20mbar (8in wg) at the appliance. Particular To achieve the stipulated flow rate a working cold water consideration should be given to the resistance to gas flow mains pressure of 2.5bar is required. created by elbows, bends etc. Pipework should be sized to overcome this resistance. 25 Hot water systems Taps and valves Hot and cold taps and mixing valves used with the Greenspring water heater must be suitable for operating at a mains pressure and temperatures of 60°C (150°F). Use in hard water areas In areas where hard water conditions apply, consideration may need to be given to the fitting of a device capable of preventing scale. In such circumstances the advice of the local water authority should be sought. Guarantee The Worcester Greenspring water heater is offered with a full 2 year guarantee* on parts and labour. Ongoing service and maintenance contracts can be arranged through the Worcester Customer Service Department. Please contact our guarantee registration advisors on 0330 123 2552 or visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/guarantee 26 *Terms and conditions apply Greenspring water heater accessories Accessories Higher set point kit Intelligent cascade kit Wireless remote control (master) Wireless remote control (additional) Worcester Part No. 7 736 500 605 Worcester Part No. 7 736 500 272 Worcester Part No. 7 736 500 569 Worcester Part No. 7 736 500 699 Condensfit II™ 80/125mm horizontal & vertical flue accessories Standard telescopic horizontal ﬂue kit (125mm dia.) Vertical BF kit (125mm dia.) 1,000mm extension (125mm dia.) 45º bend (125mm dia.) Worcester Part No. 7 719 003 702 Worcester Part No. 7 719 002 431 Worcester Part No. 7 719 003 666 Worcester Part No. 7 719 003 665 90º bend (125mm dia.) High level horizontal ﬂue adaptor (125mm dia.) Support bracket kit (125mm dia.) Flat roof ﬂashing kit (125mm dia.) Worcester Part No. 7 719 003 664 Worcester Part No. 7 719 002 433 Worcester Part No. 7 716 191 174 Worcester Part No. 7 716 191 090 Pitched roof ﬂashing kit (125mm dia.) Worcester Part No. 7 716 191 091 27 Total training experience from Land’s End to John O’Groats Worcester has always been committed to setting the College-linked Learning industry standard for expert professional training and As well as offering training at our own centres, Worcester this is reflected in the scope and content of the courses, has established close partnerships with many colleges venues and options available. around the UK, equipping them with our latest products. We offer training on our entire range of domestic and Worcester has worked closely with leading colleges and commercial heating technologies as well as industry-led independent training centres for more than 20 years – a courses. All tuition is handled by expert heating specialists, successful enterprise which in 2007 was enhanced further combining classroom theory with, practical hands-on with the launch of the College Links Learning Scheme. experience. Keep up-to-date with legislation and experience hands-on-training with our new technologies. Mobile training We can also bring training to you. We have mobile vehicles To increase your skills, expertise and value in the fully equipped with operational Greenstar gas-fired boilers, market place, trust Worcester’s unique and proven dry strip-down models and even a Greensource air to air total training concept. heat pump. Our 7.5 tonne mobile oil vehicle is also available for hands-on oil product training and OFTEC assessments. Training centres throughout the UK Worcester Call now for more information 0330 123 0166. Worcester’s award-winning, state-of-the-art Training Academy is an innovative and spacious high tech training arena at our headquarters in Worcester. Facilities include open-plan domestic training areas with life-size single- Training centres T storey brick buildings. Here installers can get to grips with College links training centres Greenskies solar thermal systems working with Greenstar gas appliances, clearly demonstrating the importance of system design and operation. Elgin Wakefield Opened in Summer 2013, the Wakefield Training and Dundee Assessment Academy boasts a large gas laboratory which Fife features our entire range of Greenstar gas-fired appliances, Johnstone a flushing area, wet and dry boilers and a light commercial Borders Ayr area with a cascade of Worcester GB162 boilers. There is a Durham solar room with fully working components from our entire Greenskies solar range and a pitched roof for practical Workington Belfast training, as well as a large commercial training room. Burnley West Thurrock and Clay Cross Wakefield W Dublin Clay Cross Further academies are located at West Thurrock in Wrexham Essex and Clay Cross in Derbyshire, both of which offer Worcester a comprehensive choice of courses. Tredegar West Thurrock Wiltshire Camborne 28 Cambridge Paignton Commercial product courses Along with Worcester’s expanding range of commercial products, Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating also offers training on a range of commercial technologies. Our commercial technical training officers have many years’ experience as heating technicians and can deliver first-class training from renewables to Combined Heat and Power (CHP), as well as industrial boilers that reach up to 19.2MW. Worcester also runs certified Commercial ACS training and assessment, equipping installers with the relevant qualifications for the changeover from domestic to commercial gas work. As well as the extensive commercial appliance training we can offer at our centres, we offer CIBSE certified CPD seminars as well as on site training when you need it. For further information, contact our Training Helpline on 0330 123 0166 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Worcester commercial training courses Bosch commercial training courses Greenspring CWi47 gas-ﬁred condensing GB312 & GB402 overview. instantaneous water heater. Solar thermal product overview. GB162 product overview. GWPL Gas Absorption Heat Pumps overview. GB162 domestic. CHP overview. GB162 commercial. Commercial controls overview. Greenstar Heat Distribution Unit. Commercial ACS training and assessment – CODNCO1 (includes CIGA1 - Indirect fired heating appliance and equipment, ICPN1 - Pipework in excess of 35mm and TPCP1A - Testing and purging) Certified by Logic Certification. CWi47 Water Heater GB162 Overview GB162 Domestic GB162 Commercial Heat Distribution Unit CODNCO1 Duration 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 1 Day 5 Days Cost Free* Free* Free* Free* Free* £780 D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D D Changeover qualification from domestic to commercial, including CIGA1, ICPN1, TPCP1A Worcester D D D D D D Clay Cross U U U U U U D D D D D D D D D D D D D U U U Worcester courses Training course covers Specification Installation Commissioning Servicing Maintenance Course locations Wakefield West Thurrock College Links† Mobile U U U U Coming soon 2015 D U U *A holding fee of £65 applies to free courses and is refunded on attendance of the course. If a booking is cancelled more than 10 working days before the course date, the fee will be fully refunded. The fee is non-refundable if a cancellation is made less than 10 working days before the course date. †Please contact Worcester Training for specific colleges. 29 Additional product and industry training courses The diversity of products in today’s heating industry gives you the opportunity to expand your expertise, whilst offering more choice to your customers. Worcester provides comprehensive training from all its academies on its entire range of technologies. Call us on 0330 123 0166 to order a full course training brochure or to book yourself onto a training course, alternatively, you can visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/training Oil-ﬁred product courses Worcester commercial product courses • Greenstar Danesmoor & Heatslave II high efﬁciency • Greenspring CWi47 water heater. • GB162 overview. • GB162 domestic. • GB162 commercial. • Greenstar Heat Distribution Unit. • Commercial ACS training and assessment – CODNCO1. condensing oil-ﬁred boilers. • Oil advanced fault ﬁnding. • OFTEC 50. • OFTEC 101/105e, OFTEC 600a and OFTEC 101/105e/600a. Renewable product courses Bosch commercial product courses • Renewables overview. • Greenskies solar. • Greenskies advanced solar. • Introduction to heat pumps. • Greenstore LECP ground source heat pumps. • Greensource air to air heat pumps. • GB312 & GB402 overview. • Solar thermal product overview. • GWPL Gas Absorption Heat Pumps overview. • CHP overview. • Commercial controls overview. Industry focused courses • Hot water systems & safety. • Chemical water treatment. • Construction skills F-Gas training/assessment certiﬁcation. • IDHEE domestic heating design. • Domestic ACS training and assessment – reassessment. CCN1 + 3 appliances. • QCF Level 3 Award – Air source and ground source heat pumps. – Air to water and split air to water heat pumps. – Solar thermal. • MCS Made Easy. • Green Deal. • LPG Changeover. • WRAS Water Regulations. 30 A complete after-sales service As part of the worldwide Bosch Group, Worcester strives to Spares maintain the highest possible standards of after-sales care. Genuine replacement parts for all supported Worcester products are readily available from stock, or on a next day Worcester Contact Centre delivery basis. Visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/spares Should you require support, our award winning Contact to find your local stockist. Centre team, based at our head office in Worcester, are ready to take your calls. 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