Schwank Compact P40-R Owner`s manual

compactSchwank
Compact Series
Model P40-R
Model P40-R
GAS-FIRED VENTED ROOM HEATER
VENTED OVERHEAD RADIANT TYPE
GAS-FIRED VENTED ROOM HEATER
VENTED OVERHEAD RADIANT TYPE
INSTALLATION / OWNER’S MANUAL
WARNING:

If the information in these instructions is not followed
exactly, a fire or explosion may result causing property damage, personal injury or loss of life.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the
vicinity of this or any other gas fired appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS:
 Do not try to light any appliance
 Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building
 Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbor’s phone. Follow the
gas supplier’s instructions.
 If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency
or the gas supplier.
INSTALLER: Leave this manual with the appliance.
CONSUMER: Retain this manual for future reference.
FIELD CONVERTIBILITY:
This appliance is field convertible to LP gas.
Use only the optional gas
conversion kit available
from the manufacturer.
Keep this manual in a secure place .
Record for future reference:
Model #:
Serial #:
(located on heater rating label)
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NOTICE:
This manual is current for this product.
This publication, or parts thereof, may not be reproduced in any form, without prior written
consent from The Manufacturer. Unauthorized use or distribution of this publication is strictly
prohibited.
Schwank Group
Schwank and InfraSave brands
5285 Bradco Boulevard
Mississauga, Ontario,L4W 2A6
PO Box 988, 2 Schwank Way
Waynesboro, Georgia 30830
Customer & Technical Services
Phone: 877-446-3727
Fax: 866-361-0523
e-mail: csr@schwankgroup.com
www.schwankgroup.com
www.infrasave.com
INSPECT PRODUCT UPON RECEIPT
Inspect the carton and heater for concealed damage. Note any damage on the Bill of Lading
and make any damage claim to the transport company as soon as possible.
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P40-R
GAS-FIRED VENTED OVERHEAD HEATER
TABLE OF CONTENTS
TOPIC
TOPIC
.........PAGE
……...PAGE
16. HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATION ...................27
IMPORTANT INFORMATION - READ FIRST
17. LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS ...........................27
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........................4
18. RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE ................ 28
SAFETY WARNINGS.......................................5
19. WIRING DIAGRAMS................................ 29 - 30
START UP ‘SMOKE’........................................6
20. SEQUENCE OF OPERATION .......................31
FLUE VENTING .........................................6, 19
GAS CONNECTION...................................7, 25
21. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE.........................32
CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES ....... 7 - 10
Clearances: Figures & Table................... 8 - 9
STACKING HEIGHT SIGN ............................9
VENT CLEARANCE ........................ 10, 20 - 22
22. SPARK IGNITION CIRCUIT ............................34
SPARK IGNITER SET UP ...............................34
23. FLAME SENSING CIRCUIT ...........................35
24. START– UP / COMMISSIONING SHEET........36
1. APPLICATION ................................................11
PRODUCT DIMENSIONS & DATA
2. LABOR REQUIREMENTS .............................12
25. HEATER DIMENSIONS / WEIGHTS
3. INSTALLATION IN AIRCRAFT HANGARS ...12
……….38
26. HIGH ALTITUDE & ORIFICE CHART..............39
4. INSTALLATION IN COMMERCIAL
GARAGES ......................................................12
28. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES.............................40
5. INSTALLATIONS OTHER THAN
29. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST ................ 41 - 42
SPACE HEATING...........................................12
WARRANTY STATEMENT ............BACK PAGE
6. PRE-INSTALLATION SURVEY......................13
7. MOUNTING CLEARANCES...........................13
FIGURES:
8.
SERVICE CLEARANCE................................13
FIG 1 - CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES (3D VIEW) ............8
9. HEATER PLACEMENT GUIDELINES ...........14
FIG 2 - CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLES (END VIEW) .........9
FIG 3 - SERVICE CLEARANCE ...............................................13
10. HEATER INSTALLATION ..............................15
FIG 4 - TYPICAL HEATER SUSPENSION (END VIEW) .........16
10-A SEISMIC RESTRAINT ................................18
FIG 5 - TYPICAL HEATER SUSPENSION (3D VIEW) ............17
10-B HIGH WIND RESTRAINT ...........................18
11. FLUE VENTING............................................. 19
FIG 6 - HEATER DIMENSIONS & SUSPENSION ANGLE
OPTIONS ....................................................................17
Side Wall Horizontal Vent.................... 20 - 21
FIG 7 - SEISMIC RESTRAINT..................................................18
Horizontal Vent Terminal Location ............. 22
FIG 8 - HIGH WIND RESTRAINT.............................................18
FIG 9 - HORIZONTAL SIDE WALL VENT CLEARANCES ......20
Vertical Vent Through Roof ....................... 23
FIG 10 - HORIZONTAL SIDEWALL VENT OFFSET................20
12. COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS ......... 24
FIG 11 - LOCATION OF HORIZONTAL VENT TERMINAL .....22
13. GAS SUPPLY & CONNECTION ................... 25
FIG 12 - VERTICAL ROOF VENT ...........................................23
ORIENTATION OF FLEXIBLE GAS
CONNECTION (if applicable) .........................26
FIG 13 - MINIMUM LENGTH VERTICAL ROOF VENT ...........23
14. GAS CONVERSION.......................................27
FIG 15 - INCORRECT ORIENTATION OF FLEXIBLE GAS ....26
FIG 14 - CORRECT ORIENTATION OF FLEXIBLE GAS ........26
15. ELECTRICAL AND THERMOSTAT .............. 27
WIRING DIAGRAMS ..........................................................29, 30
FIG 16 - HEATER DIMENSIONS .............................................38
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WARNING

Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death. Read and understand this installation and operation manual thoroughly prior to
assembly, installation, operation or service to this appliance.

Installation and repair must be done by a qualified service person.
The appliance should be inspected before use and at least annually
by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive dust from activities in the heated space. It
is imperative that control compartments, burners and air circulating
passageways of the appliance be kept clean.

Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any other gas fired appliance.

Due to high temperatures, this appliance should be located out of
traffic and away from furniture and draperies.
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Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of high surface temperatures and should stay away to avoid burns or clothing
ignition.

Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the
same room as the heater.
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Clothing or other flammable material must not be placed on or near
the appliance.

Any safety screen or guard removed to service an appliance must
be replaced prior to operating the appliance.

This appliance has a blocked vent shut-off system (pressure
switch). If the vent becomes blocked, the heater will not ignite. Do
not tamper with this system. In the event that the appliance fails to
operate, contact a qualified service agency.

Do not use this appliance if any part has been under water. Immediately call a qualified service technician to inspect the appliance and
to replace any part of the control system and any gas control which
has been under water.

Failure to comply to these instructions could result in personal injury, death, fire and/or property damage.

This appliance may have sharp edges and corners. Wear protective
clothing such as gloves and protective eye wear when installing or
servicing this appliance.
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WARNING
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause
property damage, injury or death. Read and understand this installation and operation manual thoroughly prior to assembly, installation, operation or service to
this appliance.
This heater must be installed and serviced only by a trained gas service technician.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other gas fired appliance.
Failure to comply could result in personal injury, death, fire and/or property damage.
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapours and liquids in the vicinity
of this or any other gas fired appliance.
This appliance may have sharp edges and corners. Wear protective clothing such
as gloves and protective eye wear when installing or servicing this appliance.
CAUTION
Start Up ‘SMOKE’ Condition
During start up, the heating of material coati ngs used in the production pr ocess of tubes and
reflectors will create smoke duri ng the initial period of operation. This condition is normal and
temporary .
Ensure that there is sufficient ventilation to adequately clear any smoke from the space.
Check to ensure that any alarm system is not unduly activated during start up.
WARNING
Venting
Inadequate venting of a heater may re sult in asphy xiation, carbon
monoxide poisoning, injury or death. This heater must be directly
vented from the space. Venting must be in accordanc e with all local,
state, provincial, and nationa l codes (ANSI Z223.1/NF PA 54 in USA; B149. 1 in Canada) and
as indicated in this manual.
Refer to Sections 11 & 12
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WARNING
Gas Connection
Improper installation, connection, or adjustment can result in property
damage, toxic gases, asphyxiation, injury or death. The gas supply
must be connected and tested in accordance with all local, state, provincial, and national codes (ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 in USA; CSA B149.1 in Canada).
Refer to Section 13
WARNING
Clearance to Combustibles
Location of flammable or explosive objects, liquids or vapors close to the heater may cause fire
or explosion and result in property damage, injury or death. Do not use, store or locate flammable or explosive objects, liquids or vapors in the proximity of the heater.
The clearance to combustible material represents the minimum distance that must be maintained between the outer heater surface and
a nearby surface. The stated clearance to combustibles represents a
surface temperature of 117F° (65C°) above room temperature. It is
the installer’s responsibility to ensure that building materials with a
low heat tolerance which may degrade at lower temperatures are
protected to prevent degradation. Examples of low heat tolerance
materials include vinyl siding, fabrics, some plastics, filmy materials, etc.
A peel and stick sign is included with this heater to specify the required clearances from the
heater to any combustible materials or vehicle. The sign must be posted either adjacent to the
heater thermostat or in the absence of such thermostat in a conspicuous location. In addition to
stored or stationary material, consideration must also be given to moveable objects such as vehicles and overhead doors, and structural objects such as shelving, sprinkler heads, electrical
and gas lines, and electrical fixtures.
Do not store any combustible materials or install shelving or other projections within the
“Clearance to Combustibles” box - see Figure 1 and Table 1 on the next pages.
It is beyond the scope of these instructions to consider all conditions that may be encountered.
Consult local authorities such as the Fire Marshall, insurance carrier, or safety authorities if you
are uncertain as to the safety or applicability of the proposed installation.
Refer to Figure 1 and Table 1 in this manual, and/or the rating label affixed to the burner
housing for the certified clearances to combustibles for the heater.
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TUBE/REFLECTOR
MOUNTED HORIZONTALLY
Always maintain at least the minimum
clearance from any combustible
material or vehicle.
TUBE/REFLECTOR
MOUNTED UP TO 30° ANGLE
FIGURE 1 MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES* 3D VIEW - Table 1 also lists values next page
TABLE 1 MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE SURFACES OR MATERIALS*
MODELS
SUSPENDED
HORIZONTALLY
SUSPENDED AT AN ANGLE
UP TO 30 DEGREES
A: TOP C: BELOW S: SIDES A: TOP C: BELOW F: FRONT B: BACK B: BACK
inches (cm) inches (cm) inches (cm) inches (cm) inches (cm) AT 30°
< 30°
inches (cm)
P40-R
inches (cm) inches (cm)
5 (12.7)
53 (135)
24 (61)
5 (12.7)
53 (135)
36 (91.5)
12 (30.5)
24 (61)
E: ‘U’ END of heater : 24” (61 cm) (horizontal or angled)
*The clearance to combustible materials represents the minimum distance that must be maintained between the heater and a nearby surface. The stated clearance to combustibles
represents a surface temperature of 117F° (65C°) above room temperature.
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that building materials with a low heat tolerance which may degrade at lower temperatures are protected to prevent degradation.
Examples of low heat tolerance materials include vinyl siding, fabrics, some plastics,
filmy materials, some coatings and laminated finishes, etc.
FIGURE 2 MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES* END VIEW - See Table 1 above
Clearance to Combustibles box
around the heater
Suspended
Horizontally
T
E: 24” (61 CM) FROM ‘U’ TUBE END
Suspended at an
angle up to 30°
T
H
H
FLOOR
FLOOR
Calculate Maximum Stack Height ‘H’: (Enter value ‘H’ on the peel and stick label supplied)
 53 inches (135 cm) is the required minimum clearance below the heater (‘C’)
 ‘T’ is measured on site = distance from the bottom of the heater hanger to the floor
 H = T- 53 inches (135 cm): Do not stack or store higher than ‘H’ under the heater
 Do not place or store materials or shelvi ng within the Clearanc e to Combustibles Bo x
represented by the dotted lines in Figure 2 above
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WARNING
For your convenience a “peel and stick” sign is provided
with this heater. Sign must be posted either adjacent to the
IR heating system thermostat or in the absence of such thermostat, in a conspicuous place
specifying the required clearances from the heater to the combustibles.
Use a permanent marker to record the required clearance dimensions on the sign.
‘H’ is a value calculated at site: (H = T - C) Refer to Figure 1 and Table 1 above
 Measure the on site distance between bottom of the heater and the floor = ‘T’ inches (cm).
 The minimum clearance to combustibles below this heater ‘C’ is 53 inches (1135 cm)
 Subtract ‘C’ 53 inches (135 cm) from ‘T’ (Height
above floor) to get value ‘H’.
 Enter the calculated value ‘H’ on the sign
Enter the values as required for the other dimensions:
‘S’ = 24” (61 cm)
‘F’= 36” (91.5 cm)
‘B’ = 12” (30.5 cm) at 30°
24”
Or ‘B’ = 24” if mount angle less than 30°
36”
POST THIS SIGN ADJACENT TO THE HEATER
THERMOSTAT OR IN A PROMINENT LOCATION.
12”
VENT CLEARANCE: Clearance from single wall ’C’ vent pipe inside the building is determined by local or national installation codes, but must not be less than 6 inches (15 cm).
Clearance from the vent terminal outside the structure are indicated in Section 11 Flue Venting and Figures 9 to 12, pages 19 to 23 for details and requirements for venting.
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1. APPLICATION
Model P40-R has been design certified to ANSI Z21.86 / CSA 2.32 Vented Gas-Fired Space
Heating Appliances (Vented Overhead Heater).
Model P40-R may be installed for heating of an indoor residential garage, workshop, or greenhouse. This heater can also be installed in light commercial/industrial locations.
This heater must not be installed in any dwelling area of a residence, nor in a basement, mobile home, or recreational vehicle.
This heater is not for installation in a Class 1 or Class 2 explosive environment. If the application
is in question, consult with local authorities having jurisdiction (Fire Marshall, inspection department, insurance underwriter, or other authority having jurisdiction).

Due to high temperatures, the appliance should be located out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.

Children and adults should be alerted to the hazards of
high surface temperatures and should stay away to avoid
burns or clothing ignition

Young children should be carefully supervised when they are in the
same room as the appliance

Clothing or other flammable material should not be placed on or
near the appliance

Any safety screen or guard removed to service an appliance must be
replaced prior to operating the appliance

Installation and repair should be done by a qualified service person.
The appliance should be inspected before use and at least annually
by a qualified service person. More frequent cleaning may be required due to excessive dust or contaminants from activities in the
area of the appliance. It is imperative that control compartments,
burners and air passageways of the appliance be kept clean.
It is beyond the scope of these instructions to consider all conditions that may be encountered.
Installation must conform with local building codes or, in the absence of local codes, with the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 in the U.S.A. or the Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, CSA B149.1 in Canada. The latest edition Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA N0 70 in
the U.S.A. and PART 1 CSA C22.1 in Canada must also be observed.
Installation of this heater must conform to all heating installation procedures in this manual including suspension, maintenance of clearance to combustibles, connection to the gas and electrical supplies, and ventilation.
Revisions to codes and/or standards, may require revision to equipment and installation procedures. In case of discrepancy, the latest codes, standards, and installation manual will take priority over prior releases.
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2.
LABOR REQUIRMENTS
Two persons are required to safely install th is equipment. SHARP EDG ES - Wear gloves and
other required safety protection.
3.
INSTALLATION IN COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT HANGARS
Low intensity radiant tube heaters are suitable for use in aircraft hangars when installed in accordance with the latest edition of the Standard for Aircraft Hangars, ANSI/NFPA No 409 in the
USA, or the Canadian Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, B149.1.
A. A minimum clearance of 10 ft (3 m) 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 (2.4 m) must be maintained from the bottom of the heater to
the floor in other sections of the aircraft hangar, such as offices and shops, which communicate with areas for servicing or storage. Refer to Table 1 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.
4.
INSTALLATION IN COMMERCIAL GARAGES AND PARKING STRUCTURES
Low Intensity Heaters are suitable for use in commercial garages when installed in accordance
with the latest edition of the Standard for Parking Structures, ANSI/NFPA 88A, or the Standard
for Repair Garages, ANSI/NFPA No. 88B, or the Canadian Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code, B149.1.
An overhead heater shall be located high enough to maintain
the minimum distance to combustibles, as shown on the heater
rating plate, from the heater to any vehicles parked below the heater.
WARNING
Overhead heaters shall be installed at least 8 ft (2.4 m) above the floor in commercial garages
and parking structures.
5.
INSTALLATIONS OTHER THAN SPACE HEATING
Use for process or other applications that are not space heating will void the heater certification
and product warranty. Process applicat ion requires field inspection and/or certification by loca l
authorities having jurisdiction.
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6.
PRE INSTALLATION SURVEY
Carefully survey the area to be heated. It is recommended that a full heating design including
heat loss calculation be conducted on the structure or area to be heated. Heater sizing, quantity, and placement must consider available mounting height, sources of greatest heat loss.
The certified clearances to combustibles must always be maintained with respect to stored material, moveable objects (vehicles, lifts, overhead doors, etc), sprinkler system heads, furniture
and draperies, and other obstructions at the site. Consideration must also be given to vent
placement and the allowable length of vent . (see section 11, page 19)
Installation must conform with all local, state, provincial and national code requirements including the current latest edition ANSI Z223.1 (NFPA 54) in the U.S.A. and B149.1 installation code
in Canada, for gas burning appliances and equipment. The latest edition Electrical Code ANSI/
NFPA N0 70 in the U.S.A. and PART 1 CSA C22.1 in Canada must also be observed.
The heating system must have gas piping of the correct diameter, length, and arrangement to
provide adequate fuel supply and function properly. A dimensioned layout drawing is advised.
7. MOUNTING CLEARANCES
This heater must be mounted wit h at least the minimum clear ances between the heater and
combustibles as shown in FIG-1, TABLE 1, Pages 8 & 9. It is the installer’s responsibility to
ensure that building materials with a low heat tolerance which may degrade at lower
temperatures are protected to prevent degradation. Examples of low heat tolerance materials include vinyl siding, fabrics, some plastics, filmy materials, some coatings and
laminated finishes, etc.
Ensure adequate clearance around the air intake at the burner to allow sufficient combustion air supply to the heater.
Proximity of lights, sprinkle r heads, overhead doors, storage areas , gas and electric al lines,
parked vehicles, cranes and any other possible obstruction or hazard must be evaluated.
Place the heater so as not to c ause a haz ard to a wall, floor, shelving, curtains, furni ture, or
door when open, or impede the free movement of people.
8. SERVICE CLEARANCE: The lower ‘jaw’ of the burner c abinet swings down to provide convenient service access to burner components. Pr ovide a minimum clearance from any wall or
obstruction of 6 inches (15 cm) to the access end of the burner housing, and a minimum of 24
inches (61 cm) to any ONE side to allow burner service. (see Figure 2 below)
The minimum clearances to combustibles must always be maintained.
FIGURE 3
24” (61 cm)
Min.
6”
(15 cm)
Min.
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9. GUIDELINES FOR HEATER PLACEMENT* - SPACE HEATING APPLICATIONS
TABLE 2
MODEL
P40-R
DISTANCE – HEATER LONG AXIS
PARALLEL TO WALL
GUIDELINE *
MOUNTING
HEIGHT
ft (m)
MAXIMUM
BETWEEN
HEATERS
ft (m)
HORIZONTAL
ft (m)
8 – 18
(2.4 - 5.5)
20
(6)
5 – 12
(5 - 8)
ANGLE MOUNTED
MINIMUM: COMBUSTIBLE
CLEARANCE BEHIND
(refer to Table 1)
* GUIDELINE MOUNTING HEIGHTS are typical to provide optimum comfort in general space
heating applications. Variance from these typical heights can occur in some applications:
 Higher mounting height due to structure or application requirements
 For ‘area’ or ‘spot’ heat, or in areas with greater infiltration rates (near overhead doors,
etc) where more intense heat is needed to provide better comfort then lower mounting
heights are recommended (minimum 8 ft [2.4 m] mounting height)
IMPORTANT: Single or multiple heater placement must be such that continuous
operation of heaters will not cause combustible material or materials in storage to
reach a temperature in excess of ambient (room) temperature plus 117F° (65C°).
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that building materials with a low
heat tolerance which may degrade at lower temperatures than the clearance
temperature are protected to prevent degradation.
Examples of low heat tolerance materials include vinyl siding, fabrics,
some plastics, filmy materials, etc.
Refer to “Clearance to Combustibles” information on pages 7 to 10, and Figure 1 and
Table 1, and listed on the heater rating plate (on burner housing).
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10. HEATER INSTALLATION
Inadequate or improper suspension of the tube heater can result in collaps e of
the system, property damage, and personal injury or deat h. Suspend the heater
from a structural member that can adequate ly support the weight of the heater.
Always maintain the required minimum cl earances to combustible materials and
vehicles (see pages 7 to 10).
It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the hardware and structural supports from which
the heater is suspended are so und and of adequate s trength to support the weight [86 lb (39
kg)] and expansion forces of the heater.
USE CARE & CAUTION WHEN LIFTING HEATER FROM CARTON
1. DO NOT LIFT THE HEATER BY THE REFLECTOR
2. AT LEAST 2 PERSONS ARE REQUIRED TO LIFT AND
INSTALL THIS HEATER
3. CHAINS ARE PROVIDED TO LIFT HEATER FROM CARTON AND FOR HANDLING PURPOSES
4. WHEN HANDLING HEATER FROM BENEATH HANDLE BY TUBE NOT REFLECTOR
5. LIFT BOTH ENDS FROM CARTON AT THE SAME
TIME TO KEEP THE HEATER HORIZONTAL /
LEVEL ALONG ITS LENGTH WHILE HANDLING AND INSTALLING
6. LIFT SAFELY - LIFT WITH YOUR LEGS
AND KEEP BACK STRAIGHT - DO NOT
BEND OR TWIST.
7. BEWARE - SHARP EDGES!
WEAR PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND
CLOTHING WHEN HANDLING
IMPORTANT: FIRST READ: Review the information on pages 4 to 10 and ensure that installation adheres to the instructions in this manual, and all national and local codes.
Refer to pages that follow for illustrations and dimensions that assist in installation.
1. Survey the available structural support, c onsidering the system conf iguration and heat requirements of the area to establish the optimum heater location.
2. The heater can be mounted with t he tube/reflector in a horizontal position, or at 30°. Locating a heater directly under jois ts or beams, and/or installing supplemental support such as
angle iron can ensure the integrity of the installation.
3. Hardware with a minimum 100 lb. (30 kg) wo rk load must be used at each heater suspension point. A #2 Lion Chain or equivalent is typically used to suspend the heater.
b) If rigid hardware such as 3/ 8” threaded rod is used for suspens ion, swing joints or other
means must be provided to allow for system expansion - approximately ½ inch
4. The heater must be supported at
72 inches (183 cm) apart .
all four mounting tabs on the
15
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5. Install the structural fasteni ng hardware and any suspension hardware (chain, etc) prior to
removing heater from the carton. Ensure t hat the support hard ware system is firmly fastened to a structural member(s) of sufficient strength and integr ity to support the weight of
the heater.
6. The heater comes fully assembled from the factory. For locations where there is constrained access for installation, removal of the burner assembly may assist in the installation of the tube/reflector assembly. Disconnect the spark wire from the igniter and remove
the four nuts that fasten the burner to the tube flange. Re-install the burner after the tube
system is installed. If the tube/reflector system is to be oriented up to a 30° mounting angle
(see below), the burner must be adjusted to a horizontal operating position.
Up to 30° Angle Mounting:
7. The tube/reflector system ca n be oriented on the sh ort axis from horizontal to an angle up
to 30 degrees. When angle mounted the vent si de of tube must alwa ys be higher than the
burner side. The tube/reflector system must be level along its length
8. When the tube/reflector is suspended at an angle up to 30°, the burner mounting flange has
a slot pattern that allows adjustment (rotation) of the burner to a hor izontal position for
proper operation (see Figure 4 below, and Figure 6 next page).
 Install the tube/reflector system as above, with tube/reflector assembly angled up to 30°
 Loosen the 4 nuts (2 or 3 turns) until burner studs can rotate in the flange slots
 Ensure that the gasket between burner and flange rotates with the burner
 Tighten the 4 nuts to secure the burner in the horizontal position
9. For seismic and high wind restraint see Sections 10-A & 10-B, page 18.
FIGURE 4 HEATER SUSPENSION: HORIZONTAL TO 30° ANGLE
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FIGURE 5 TYPICAL SUSPENSION
Use all four suspension points plus a chain at the burner eye hook.
Hardware capable of supporting minimum 100 lbs (45 kg) at
each suspension point.
For seismic and high wind restraint see
)
Sections 10-A & 10-B.
cm
3
18
SERVICE ACCESS: ALLOW A MINIMUM OF 6
” (
2
7
INCHES (15 cm) FROM THE ACCESS END
OF THE BURNER AND A MINIMUM OF 24
INCHES (60 cm) FROM EITHER SIDE OF THE
BURNER TO A WALL OR ANY OBSTRUCTION THAT WOULD RESTRICT OR LIMIT
ACCESS TO THE BURNER (SEE SECTIONS
6 & 7 - PRE-INSTALLATION SURVEY AND
MOUNTING CLEARANCES)
Connect to properly
grounded 120V
power supply
For 30° angle mount: Install the tube system; Loosen 4 nuts holding burner to tube flange;
rotate burner to horizontal orientation; re-tighten 4 nuts. (see full instructions previous page)
FIGURE 6 HEATER DIMENSIONS & SUSPENSION ANGLE OPTIONS
Turbulators (factory installed in tube): Burner side tube: 36” (91 cm)
Vent side tube: 90” (229 cm)
Vent side
always upper
Burner always
horizontal
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10-A SEISMIC RESTRAINT - LATERAL AND LONGITUDINAL PLANES
FIGURE 7
In areas prone to earthquake, or as specified on a project, install lateral and longitudinal seismic restraints as indicated in Figure 11. If the heater location can be impacted by wind (near
overhead doors, aircraft hangars, etc) refer to High Wind Restraint section 10-B below.
These instructions indicate attachment of suspension and restraint hardware to the heater. The
attachment of suspension hardware to the structure will be as required by site structural conditions, installation codes, and/or local engineering specifications. Other types or systems of restraint that are specified by local or national codes, or by project engineering design specifications may be used .
Schwank / InfraSave offers optional items: #2 Lion Chain 115 lb work load x 200 ft roll (PN: JL0800-XX); and Safety Snap Hooks (PN: JL-0800-SH = pkg 24; JL-0800-SH-B = pkg 100).
All other required seismic mounting hardware is field supplied by the installer.
10-B HIGH WIND RESTRAINT - LONGITUDINAL, LATERAL, AND VERTICAL PLANES
In areas with wind conditions that can impact the heater (outdoor, aircraft hangers, etc): in addition to lateral and longiFIGURE 8
tudinal restraint the
heater must be reUse Rod for Main Suspension
strained from vertical
movement.
Suspend the heater
using 3/8” threaded
rod with 3” adjustment turnbuckle at
each hanger location
to restrain up-anddown movement.
Install angled chains
for lateral and longitudinal restraint.
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WARNING
11. FLUE VENTING
Inadequate venting of a heater may result in asphyxiation, carbon monoxide
poisoning, injury or death. This heater must be connected to a vent to remove
products of combustion from the space. Seal all vent connections with high
temperature sealant. Venting must be in accordance with all local, state, provincial, and national codes (ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 in USA; B149.1 in Canada)
and as indicated below in this manual.
THIS HEATER MUST BE VENTED DIRECTLY TO THE OUTSIDE. THE SYSTEM MUST NOT BE OPERATED WITHIN A
NEGATIVE AIR CONDITION. ENSURE ADEQUATE AIR SUPPLY TO THE SPACE TO ENSURE THERE IS NO NEGATIVE
AIR CONDITION (NEGATIVE PRESSURE IN THE SPACE BEING HEATED).
THIS GAS APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE CONNECTED TO A CHIMNEY FLUE SERVING A SEPARATE SOLID-FUEL BURNING APPLIANCE.
GENERAL FLUE VENTING REQUIREMENTS
It is the sole responsibility of the installer to adhere to all current local codes and/or ANSI
Z223.1 / CSA.B149.1 latest editions for all venting requirements, and practices.
It is a normal condition that during heat-up and cool-down a tube heater will expand and contract. Allowances for heater expansion must be made in the venting. Improper installation can
result in property damage, injury or death.

This heater has a positive vent pressure

A vent termination cap is supplied with the heater for use with horizontal side wall vent

All vent pipe and adapters must be listed and will be supplied locally by others

Vent pipe must be minimum 26 gauge single wall type “C” vent pipe of 4” (10 cm) diameter
except that portion of vent passing through the wall or roof shall be 4” type “B” vent

A minimum 12 inch (30 cm) length of minimum 26 gauge single walled 4” (10 cm) diameter
“C” vent pipe is to be installed on the swaged end of the tube before any vent elbow is fitted.

Seal all vent connections with high temperature sealant. Vent connections must be secured
with three (3) #8 sheet metal screws uniformly spaced around the circumference of the vent
pipe.

When the vent pipe passes through a cold or unheated area where the ambient temperature
is likely to produce condensation of the flue gases, the vent pipe will be insulated with a suitable material as appr oved and s pecified by the insulation manufactur er to withstand temperature up to 460°F (238°C).

The vent system must always be adequately supported to prevent sagging.

Refer to next pages for minimum and maximum vent length requirements:
 Horizontal side wall vent: Pages 20 - 21
 Vertical roof vent: Page 23
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FIGURE 9 - Horizontal Vent - ALL vent pipe and adapters are field supplied
A wall thimble is not required through a noncombustible wall. Seal pipe penetration.
FIGURE 10 - Horizontal Vent Offset
Allow free expansion
and contraction of the
system, and free flow of
vent gas.
All Vent Pipe & Adapters
Field Supplied
continued ……..
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HORIZONTAL VENT THROUGH A SIDE WALL: (Vertical vent through roof is on page 23)

Refer to General Venting Requirements on page 19
Minimum length of a horizontal side-wall vent:
 Regardless if a 90° elbow is installed, a Minimum linear 36 inch (3 ft; 91 cm) single
wall ‘C’ vent plus minimum 12 inch (30.5 cm) double wall ‘B’ vent through wall
 Total minimum linear vent length of 48 inches (4 ft; 122 cm)
 Maximum length of a horizontal side-wall vent:
 Total Maximum vent length is 15 ft (4.6 m)
 Each 90° or 45° elbow is equivalent to 5 ft
 A minimum 12 inch (30.5 cm) double wall ‘B’ vent must be used through the wall


The flue vent system must slope downwards approximately 1/4" per foot (63 mm / 300 mm)
toward the vent terminal, from the termination of the tube - radiant tube must be level.

A maximum of two elbows (90° or 45°; each = equivalent 5 ft) can be installed in a horizontal vent

For side wall venting use either Schwank/InfraSave 4” (10 cm) horizontal vent terminal (Part
Number: JA-0528-XX - available as an option) or an approved 4” (10 cm) “High Wind” vent
termination cap (see clearance information previous page and next page)
Install the termination cap a minimum of 6 inches (15 cm) from the outside wall to the inside
edge of terminal opening to minimize back pressure caused by turbulent wind conditions
(See Fig. 9 above). This also ensures flue gases are directed away from the structure to
help protect building materials from degradation by the exhausted flue gases.
 The vent must be installed to prevent blockage by snow, undue wind pressure on the termination, and to protect building materials from degradation by flue gases.

Clearances Required for Horizontal Side Wall Vent :

Refer to Figure 9 above, and in particular to Figure 11 and Table 3 next page for specific
requirements of codes in the USA and Canada

Any values not listed in Table 3 shall be in accordance with local installation codes and the
requirements of the gas supplier
Footnotes for Table 3 (next page)
1
Installations in Canada in accordance with current CSA B149.1, Natural Gas and Propane
installation Code
2
Installations in the USA in accordance with the current ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA 54, National
Fuel Gas Code
† A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway that is located between two single family dwellings and serves both dwellings
‡ Permitted only if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides
beneath the floor
** Clearance in accordance with local installation codes and the requirements of the gas supplier.
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FIGURE 11: LOCATION OF HORIZONTAL (SIDE WALL) VENT TERMINAL
TABLE 3
Canada1
Clearance required:
USA2
A Above grade, veranda, porch, deck, balcony
12” (30 cm)
12” (30 cm)
B To a window or door that may be opened
12” (30 cm)
9” (23 cm)
**
**
12” (30 cm)
9” (23 cm)
E Below an unventilated soffit
3” (7.6 cm)
3” (7.6 cm)
F To an outside corner
12” (30 cm)
12” (30 cm)
G To an inside corner
12” (30 cm)
12” (30 cm)
3 ft (91 cm) within 15 ft (4.5 m)
height above meter/regulator
**
3 ft (91 cm)
**
12” (30 cm)
9” (23 cm)
6 ft (1.83 m)
3 ft (91 cm) above
if within 10 ft (3 m)
horizontally
L Above sidewalk or paved drive on public property
7 ft (2.13 m) †
**
M Under veranda, porch, deck, balcony
12” (30 cm) ‡
**
C To a permanently closed window
D
H
Below a ventilated soffit within 2 ft horizontal from
center of terminal
To each side of centerline extended above a
meter/regulator assembly
I To a service regulator vent outlet
J
To non-mechanical air supply inlet or combustion
air inlet to other appliance
K To mechanical air supply inlet
See Table footnotes previous page
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VERTICAL VENT THROUGH THE ROOF: (Horizontal vent through side wall is on pages 20 - 21)
It is the sole responsibility of the installer to adhere to all current local codes and/or ANSI
Z223.1 / CSA.B149.1 latest editions for all venting requirements, and practices.

Refer to General Venting Requirements on page 19

Any horizontal portion of vent must be miniFIGURE 12
mum 26 gauge single wall type “C” vent
pipe of 4” (10 cm) diameter (seal all conApproved
nections); vertical portion of vent can be 4” Cap
type “B” vent


Approved
‘B’ Vent
When the vent pipe passes through a cold
or unheated area where the ambient temperature is likely to result in condensation
of the flue gases, the vent pipe will be
type ‘B’ vent or insulated with a suitable
material as approved and specified by the
insulation manufacturer to withstand temperature up to 460°F (238°C).
24”
60 cm
Up 9
to
12
If roof slope exceeds 9:12
consult NFPA-54 ANSI
Z223.1 or CSA-B149.1
Use an approved ‘B-vent’ termination cap
as supplied by the manufacturer of the
listed ‘B-vent’.
FIGURE 13

Minimum length of a vertical roof vent:
 Minimum 12 inch (1 ft; 30.5 cm) single
wall ‘C’ vent
 Plus one 90° “C” vent elbow
 Plus minimum 36 inch (3 ft; 91.4 cm)
double wall ‘B’ vent
 Total minimum linear vent length of 48
inches (4 ft; 122 cm) plus one 90° ‘C’
elbow
Minimum 36” (91.5 cm)
‘B’ Vent
‘C’ to ‘B’ Adapter
Minimum 12” (30.5 cm)
‘C’ Vent

Thimble
90° ‘C’ Vent
Elbow
Maximum length of a vertical roof vent:
 Above minimum requirements must be met
 A maximum of one 90° elbow (equivalent 5 ft) plus two 45° elbows (each equivalent to
2.5 ft) can be installed in a vertical vent system
 Refer to local and national codes for maximum allowable venting
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COMBUSTION AIR REQUIREMENTS
Outside combustion air must not be ducted directly to this appliance.
Do not install a filter at the combustion air inlet.
Make provision to ensure adequate combustion and ventilation air in the space:
 USA: In accordance with Section 9.3 ANSI Z223.1 / NFPA-54 for a fan-assisted appliance.
2
2
 Canada: In accordance with CSA B149.1: 4 in (2,600 mm ) required free area of air-supply
opening [acceptable round opening of approximate 2.25 in (57 mm) diameter].
Ensure adequate clearance around the air intake (at top of burner cabinet) to allow sufficient
combustion air supply to the heater. Keep the area around the air intake free and clear of debris or other material.
Regularly check that the bird-screened air inlet on top of blower is not clogged with dust or fibrous material. Clean away any foreign matter build-up regularly.
13. GAS SUPPLY - GAS CONNECTION
CAUTION: All gas supply piping and appliance connection must be in accordance with local
and national codes, ANSI Z223.1 (NFPA 54) in the USA, and the CSA B149.1
Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code in Canada. Model P40-R is an appliance approved as a Vented Overhead Heater under ANSI Z21.86 / CSA 2.32
Vented Gas-Fired Space Heating Appliances.
TEST FOR LEAKS: All gas piping and connections must be tested for leaks after
the installation is completed.
Apply soap suds solution to all connections and joints and if bubbles appear,
leaks have been detected and must be corrected.
DO NOT USE A MATCH OR OPEN FLAME OF ANY KIND TO TEST FOR
LEAKS. NEVER OPERATE THE HEATER WITH LEAKING CONNECTIONS.
Provide a 1/8 in (3.2 mm) NPT plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge connection, immediately upstream of the gas supply connection to the heater.
The gas supply should be checked first with heater turned “OFF” followed by another check with heater turned “ON”.
This appliance and its main gas valve must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressure in excess of 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
This appliance must be isolated from the piping system by closing the equipment
shut off valve (field supplied) during any pressure testing of the gas piping system at test pressure equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
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13. GAS SUPPLY - GAS CONNECTION … continued
Provide a 1/8 in (3.2 mm) NPT plugged tapping, accessible for test gauge connection, immediately upstream of the gas supply connection to the heater.
The gas supply should be checked first with heater turned “OFF” followed by another check with heater turned “ON”.
This appliance and its main gas valve must be disconnected from the gas supply
piping system during any pressure testing of the gas supply piping system at test
pressure in excess of 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).
This appliance must be isolated from the piping system by closing the equipment
shut off valve (field supplied) during any pressure testing of the gas piping system at test pressure equal to or less than 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa).I
MPORTANT: Minimum supply line pressure at the inlet to the heater regulator must not
be lower than 5.0 inches of water column pressure for natural gas, and not be lower
than 10.0 inches of water column pressure for LPG. The supply gas pressure must be
checked with all heaters in operation.
Installation of a gas line (trap) “drip leg” is required at the inlet connection tee following the
pipe drop to the heater. Failure to provide a “drip leg” could result in condensation and foreign
matter passing into the gas valve. Failure to install a “drip leg” in the gas line can cause property damage, injury or death and will void the heater warranty.
TABLE 4
LINE PRESSURE
INCHES WATER COLUMN
GAS TYPE
MINIMUM
MAXIMUM
MANIFOLD PRESSURE
(tap at gas valve outlet)
INCHES WATER COLUMN
Natural Gas
5.0
14.0
3.5
LP Gas
11.0
14.0
10.0
NOTE: Access to the manifold pressure test port is located on the top of the valve. A 3/16" Allen Key is required. A manometer should be used to check the manifold pressure. Gauges
which measure in ounces or PSI are not accurate enough to measure or set the pressure.
GAS CONNECTION
Connection between the gas supply piping and the appliance must be in accordance with local and national codes,
ANSI Z223.1 (NFPA 54) in the USA, and
the CSA B149.1 Natural Gas and Propane Installation Code in Canada.
The P40-R is approved as a Vented
Overhead Heater and may be rigid piped
to the building gas supply (also see
Flexible Gas Connection Option, next
page).
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WHEN USING A FLEXIBLE GAS CONNECTION TO THE APPLIANCE:
ORIENTATION OF FLEXIBLE GAS CONNECTOR
Where allowed by local code, the installer may optionally use a flexible gas connector. Refer
and adhere to local code requirements and NFPA 54 Section 9.6 (in the USA), and B149.1
Sections 4.1, 4.2, 4.3, and 6.21 (6.21.3(b)) in Canada.
A flexible gas connector must be installed in the orientation shown in Figure 14 below as required by national installation codes. This orientation protects the flexible gas connector from
damage due to movement during heater expansion. Failure to install the gas connector in the
proper orientation can result in a hazardous condition, property damage, personal injury or
death.
It is the responsibility of the installer to ensure correct installation and gas connection.
FIGURE 14
FIGURE 15
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14. GAS CONVERSION
WARNING: Gas conversion must only be performed by a trained gas service technician.
Do not convert heater to alternate gas without using the proper kit listed
below. Property damage, injury or death could result.
Standard production of this model heater is for use with natural gas. Field conversion between Natural Gas and Propane Gas can be accomplished using field conversion kits available from you local Schwank or InfraSave supplier:

Part number: JS-0555-XB - Natural Gas to Propane Gas Conversion Kit P40-R

Part number: JS-0555-XA - Propane Gas to Natural Gas Conversion Kit P40-R
15. ELECTRICAL AND THERMOSTAT WIRING (WIRING DIAGRAMS PAGE 29 & 30)
NOTICE
The heater must be electrically grounded in accordance with the
National Electrical Code. ANSI / NFPA 70 or current Canadian
Electrical code CSA C22.1.
Appliance and control wiring must be in accordance with all applic able local codes. The total
load of all heaters must be considered in determining the required contact rating of the controlling thermostat or switch. Each tube heater requires 120V, 60 HZ electrical power sized for
145VA. The heater includes a 24V/120V relay s witch and can be controlled by a 24V Thermostat, a TruTemp Thermostat, a line voltage The rmostat or by an “ON/OFF” switch. Maximum
power flow for internal 24V burner components is 21VA.
A maximum night set-back of 9°F (5°C) is recommended for optimum economy and comfort.
To maintain satisfactory comfort levels do not turn off the heating system over night/weekends.
16. HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATIONS - also refer to chart in Section 26
When installed above the altitude stipulated below for the USA or Canada, the input must be
de-rated by 4% for each 1000 ft above the altitude lis ted . If your local utility supplies gas
with a de-rated heat content, no orifice change is required in the heater . If the gas supply
is not de-rated, the orifice mu st be changed according to the ch art in Section 26. Check with
your local utility regarding the gas supply and the de-rating of this appliance. Maintain gas supply pressures indicated in Table 4, page 25.
USA: The factory installed orifice for this appliance is approved for altitudes ze ro to 2000
feet above sea level. When installed above 2000 feet, refer to Section 26.
Canada: The factory installed or ifice for this appliance is approved for altitudes zero to
4500 feet above sea level. When installed above 4500 feet, refer to Section 26.
17. LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Refer to the lighting instructions label on the outside of the burner housing. If the unit locks out
on safety, main power to the unit must be manually interrupted for a 30 second reset period
before the heater can be restarted.
NOTE: On initial installation, the unit may lock out on safety owing to the length of time
required to bleed air from the gas piping system.
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18. RECOMMENDED MAINTENANCE
Improper adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage,
injury or death. This heater must be installed and serviced only by a trained gas service technician.
At least annually inspect the entire heater system, venting, and gas supply connections prior to
the heating season. Replace worn parts and repair deficiencies.
1. Periodically check the inlet air opening and the blower squirrel cage vanes, cleaning off
any lint or foreign matter. It is important that the flow of combustion and ventilation air
must not be obstructed.
2. Annually, prior to the heating season, lubricate
the blower motor assembly by introducing several
drops of oil to the top and bottom oil tubes located
on the left hand side of the motor.
3. Periodically inspect the vent and vent termination
to ensure no debris is blocking the vent, and that
the integrity and construction of the vent piping is
sound and no leakage is occurring.
4. Visually inspect the burner flame periodically to ensure proper performance. The flame is
visible through the sight glass assembly located on the bottom surface of the tube just
downstream of the burner. The flame should be substantially blue - the occasional yellow
fleck is normal. The flame should originate tight back to the burner cup face, and become
cone shaped as it travels away from the burner cup. If the flame becomes yellow/orange,
or if the flame is lifting away from the burner cup face, the burner requires cleaning or repair that must be conducted by a qualified gas service technician.
5. On an on-going basis, ensure that the area around the heater is kept clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline and other flammable liquids and vapors.
6. CAUTION: Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous operation.
7. Verify proper operation after servicing.
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19. MODELS P40-R WIRING DIAGRAM: 24V OR 120 VOLT THERMOSTAT
SINGLE HEATER PER THERMOSTAT
(Green)
(Amber)
(Red)
Each tube heater requires 120V, 60 HZ electrical power sized for 145VA. The heater includes
a 24V/120V relay switch . Maximum power draw for internal 24V burner components is 21VA.
The heater must be electrically grounded in accordance with the
ANSI / NFPA 70 or current Canadian Electrical code CSA C22.1.
National Electric al Code.
A maximum night set-back of 9°F (5°C) is recommended for optimum economy and comfort .
To maintain satisfactory comfort levels do not turn off the heating system over night/weekends.
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19-A. MULTIPLE TUBE HEATERS per THERMOSTAT
OR
Line Voltage Thermostat
Each tube heater requires 120V, 60 HZ electrical power sized for 145VA. Maximum power
flow for internal 24V burner components is 21VA.
See previous page for internal wiring.
The heater must be electrically grounded in accordance with the
ANSI / NFPA 70 or current Canadian Electrical code CSA C22.1.
National Electric al Code.
A maximum night set-back of 9°F (5°C) is recommended for optimum economy and comfort .
To maintain satisfactory comfort levels do not turn off the heating system over night/weekends.
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20. MODEL P40-R SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
The S87 ignition control module is powered by a 24v transformer and activated when the thermostat calls for heat. On every call for heat the S87J will delay start-up to provide a 30 second
system pre-purge. When the S87 is activated by a thermostat or call for heat an internal transformer provides power to the el ectronic generator circuit for Spark Ignition and the safety lockout timing begins. At the same ti me, the S87 opens the gas contro ls main valve allowing gas
to flow to the main Burner.
The S87 Control Module performs the following basic functions:
· Provides a 30 second system pre-purge
· Supplies power to the electronic pulse-generator circuit for the Spark Igniter (30,000 volts
open circuit).
· Allows 21 seconds for Ignition trial (TFI) before system safety lockout occurs.
· Senses the Burner flame for safe lighting
· Shuts off the spark after the Burner is lit.
Burner with direct spark ignition, sequence is as follows :
1a. Line Voltage Thermostat: Upon a call for heat by the line voltage Thermostat or “ON/
OFF” switch, the Blower and the 120/24 volt Transformer are powered simultaneously with
115 volts.
1b. 24 Volt Thermostat: The 120 volt supply to heat er will power the 120v/24v Transformer
and the 120V side of the Blower switching relay simultaneously. A call for heat by the 24
volt Thermostat energizes the 24 volt control circuit and the 24v/120 volt relay powering the
Blower.
2. The 24 volt control circuit power s the DSI c ontrol in series through the normally open Air
Pressure Switch (APS) and the normally closed Blocked Flue Switch (BFS).
3. The Blower creates a positive pressure and closes a normally open contact inside the Air
Proving Switch (APS).
4. 24 volts supplied to the DSI control initiates the 30 second pre-purge cycle.
5. After completing the 30 second pre-purge cycle the DSI control generates high voltage to
the Spark Igniter, and 24 volts to energize the Gas Valve.
6. The Burner will light and establish a steady flame.
7. Once the flame sensor determines there is a steady flame establis hed, with a minimum
flame signal of 1.5 µA the spark igniter is then de-energized.
8. In the event ignition does not occur, the safety circuit will function to interrupt gas flow after
approximately 21 seconds and lock the system out. No further gas will flow until the power
has been manually interrupted for a period of 30 seconds. This will reset the ignition module and the operating sequence will restart at step #1
9. If the blower does not run, the blower air pressure switch (normally open contact) does not
close and power is not supplied to the ignition control.
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21. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
WARNING
Improper adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can
cause property damage, injury or death. This heater must
be installed and serviced only by a trained gas service technician
SEQUENCE OF EVENTS
APPLY 120 VOLTS - GREEN LIGHT IS ON
SET THERMOSTAT TO CALL FOR HEAT
COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER STARTS
NO
NO
 CHECK IF 120 VOLTS PRESENT AT BLOWER
 IF “YES”.....REPLACE DEFECTIVE BLOWER
 CHECK 24V SUPPLY TO RELAY SWITCH
YES
 CHECK 120V SUPPLY TO RELAY SWITCH
 IF ELECTRICAL SUPPLY PROBLEM …. MAKE REQUIRED REPAIR TO RESTORE 120V
 CHECK FOR 120V FROM RELAY SWITCH
 IF “NO” SWITCHING IS OCURRING......REPLACE
THE RELAY SWITCH
A.P.S. HAS CLOSED (B.F.S. IS CLOSED)
24 VOLTS PRESENT AT DSI CONTROL.
AMBER LIGHT IS ON
NO
 CHECK FOR OBSTRUCTION IN THE AIR INTAKE
AND FLUE
 CHECK TUBING TO SWITCHES IS CONNECTED
AND NOT BLOCKED OR KINKED
 CHECK IF AIR PROVING SWITCH IS CLOSING
WHEN BLOWER IS RUNNING
 CHECK AIR PRESSURE WITH MANOMETER
 REPLACE ANY DEFECTIVE SWITCH
NO





YES
SPARK IGNITER / SENSOR
YES
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24V TO GAS VALVE - RED LIGHT IS ON
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CONTINUED
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CHECK DSI CONTROL FUSE FOR CONTINUITY
VISIBLY CHECK IF IGNITER IS SHORTING OUT
CHECK GROUND WIRING
REMOVE AND INSPECT IGNITER AND LEAD
CHECK BOOT OF THE IGNITION CABLE FOR SIGNS
OF MELTING OR OVERHEATING
IF “YES” ... TAKE PROTECTIVE ACTION TO SHIELD
CABLE AND BOOT FROM EXCESSIVE TEMPERATURE; REPLACE ANY DEFECTIVE COMPONENT
CHECK CERAMIC INSULATOR AND CAP
CHECK SPARK GAP SETTING IS 3/16” (ADJUST BY
MOVING THE GROUND PRONG ONLY)
PERFORM IGNITION LEAD TEST (See SPARK IGNITION CIRCUIT INSTRUCTIONS—Section 22)
GOOD SPARK.....REPLACE IGNITER
NO SPARK/OR WEAK.....REPLACE CONTROL
MAIN BURNER LIGHTS
NO
 CHECK FOR STRONG SPARK AT IGNITER........
 (SEE PREVIOUS PAGE).
YES
 CHECK FOR 24 VAC ACROSS GAS VALVE.
 CHECK OUTPUT VOLTAGE FROM CONTROL TERMINALS TO GAS VALVE.....IF NO VOLTAGE REPLACE CONTROL.
 CHECK ELECTRICAL WIRING, AND VOLTAGE BETWEEN IGNITION CONTROL AND GAS VALVE.
 IF OK, REPLACE GAS VALVE.
SPARK STOPS WHEN BURNER LIGHTS
NO
CONTROL IS NOT SENSING FLAME WITHIN THE
21 SECOND TFI AND IS STILL TRYING TO LIGHT
 CHECK CONTINUITY OF SENSOR CABLE AND
GROUND WIRE
YES
 CHECK BURNER FLAME IS COVERING SENSOR.
 CHECK FLAME SIGNAL IN SERIES WITH THE
GROUND AND MODULE FOR 1.5UA MINIMUM.
 IF SIGNAL IS LOWER CHANGE IGNITER.
 IF CHECKS ARE OK.......REPLACE CONTROL.
SYSTEM RUNS UNTIL CALL FOR HEAT
ENDS
NO
NOTE: IF IGNITION CONTROLS GOES INTO A
LOCKOUT, INTERRUPT POWER AND RESTART.
 CHECK CONTINUITY OF SENSOR CABLE AND
GROUND WIRE AS A POOR GROUND COULD RESULT IN ERRATIC BEHAVIOUR AND NUISANCE
SHUTDOWNS EVEN THOUGH OPERATION IS NORMAL AT THE TIME OF CHECKOUT.
YES
 CHECK FOR EXCESSIVE HEAT AT SENSOR INSULATOR AS TEMPERATURES ABOVE 1000°F(538°C)
CAUSES SHORT TO GROUND.
 CHECK FLAME SIGNAL IN SERIES WITH THE
GROUND AND MODULE FOR A MINIMUM 1.5UA.
 IF SIGNAL IS LOWER CHANGE IGNITER.
 IF CHECKS ARE OK.....REPLACE CONTROL.
CALL FOR HEAT ENDS:
SYSTEM SHUTS OFF
YES
NO
 CHECK TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER.
 CHECK FOR FAULTY WIRING, REMOVE GAS
VALVE LEAD AT CONTROL ,
 IF VALVE CLOSES, RECHECK THE TEMPERATURE
CONTROLLER AND WIRING.
 IF VALVE STAYS OPEN....REPLACE GAS VALVE
TROUBLESHOOTING ENDS
SEE S87J DSI CHECK
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22. 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.
 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, personal injury, or death can result.
 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.
 Pull the wire away from the stud and note the length of gap at which spark discontinues.
 A spark length of 1/8 in. (3 mm) or more indicates satisfactory voltage output. If no arc can
be established, or the maximum spark is less than 1/8 in. (3 mm), and power to the Ignition
Control input terminals was proved, replace the Ignition Control.
TURN OFF THE POWER AND RECONNECT THE IGNITION WIRE TO THE IGNITION CONTROL STUD. DISCONNECT THE IGNITION WIRE FROM THE IGNITER AND REPEAT THE STEPS ABOVE BY GROUNDING
THE WIRE OUT TO THE TUBE BODY THIS TIME. TURN ON THE POWER AND PULL THE WIRE AWAY
FROM THE TUBE AND NOTE THE LENGTH OF GAP AT WHICH THE SPARK DISCONTINUES. IF THERE IS
NO SPARK OR WEAK SPARK REPLACE THE IGNITION WIRE.
SPARK IGNITER SET UP
Use the following diagram to check the Igniter
gap. If the gap is incorrect all adjustments
should be made with the GROUND PRONG/PIN ONLY! DO NOT BEND THE IGNITER
PRONG!!!!
USE THE BLACK BARS BELOW AS A GUIDE FOR ADJUSTMENT.
USE THE BARS THAT COINCIDE WITH
THE FORMAT & SIZE OF THIS PUBLICATION .
IF this manual is in
“booklet” format
3/16”
1/4”
(8.5” x 11” folded in half)
use these bars
OR
IF this manual is 8.5” x 11”
“full page” format
use these bars
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23. FLAME SENSING CIRCUIT MODEL P40-R - HONEYWELL S87 DSI
The output of the fl ame sensing circuit cannot be checked directly on the S87 body.
Check the flame s ensing circuit directly by checking the flame sens ing current from the
sensor to the S87 as follows.
1. Connect a meter (dc microammeter scale) in series with the flame signal ground
wire as shown below. Using the Honeywell W136A Tes t Meter or equivalent.
Disconnect the ground wi re from the S87. C onnect the red (positive) meter lead to the
free end of the ground wire. Connect the black (negative) meter l
ead to the quickconnect ground terminal on the S87.
2. Restart the sy stem and read the meter. The flame sensor current must be at least 1.5 uA
and steady. If the r eading is less than 1.5µA or unsteady, see LOW OR UNSTEADY
FLAME CURRENT section, below.
If a flame is pr esent at sensor and a reading of
zero uA is obtained, check for a
secondary ground connection to the 24V (GND) terminal. If secondar y connection
exists, temporarily remove connection and measure flame current.
1.5 µA DC
minimum
and steady
1”
1/4” to 1/2”
A good rectifying flame is achieved
with approx 1” of sensor in a strong
blue flame, positioned 1/4” to 1/2”
away from flame source surface.
A lazy or weak flame is not a
good rectifying flame.
Check gas pressure and gas orifice for insects, and spider webs.
LOW/ UNSTEADY FLAME CURRENT
If the current to the S87 flame circuit is less than 1.5
µA or is unsteady, check the burner flame, flame sensor location and electrical connections as follows.
Electrical Connections and Shorts
Connections at the flame sensor must be clean and
secure. If wiring needs replacement, use moisture
resistant #18 wire rated for continuous duty up to
2210 F [1050 C].
Flame Sensor
The flame signal is best when about 1 in. [25 mm] of
flame rod is immersed in the burner flame. A bent flame
rod, bent mounting bracket or cracked ceramic insulator will affect flame signal.
Replace flame sensor if necessary.
Burner Flame
The flame sensor must be constantly immersed in
flame. Check burner flame condition as shown opposite. Observe burner rating plate for the correct
gas pressure, and check with a manometer. If gas
pressure is correct check line and orifice for obstructions.
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24. START-UP / COMMISSIONING SHEET
THIS EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN FACTORY FIRED AND TESTED PRIOR TO
SHIPMENT. HOWEVER, THIS APPLIANCE IS NOT “PLUG & PLAY”. IT REQUIRES COMMISSIONING AND FIELD ADJUSTMENT / SPECIFICATIONS
CONFIRMATION TO ENSURE SAFE AND EFFICIENT OPERATION.
COMMISSIONING REPORT
AS PER I&O MANUAL AND LOCAL CODES
CONTRACTOR NAME: ................................................................................DATE................................
ADDRESS:............................................................................................................................................
............................................................................................................................................................
CITY:........................................................................................
PHONE:...................................................................................
CELL: .....................................................................................
JOB SITE......................................................................................................CITY................................
HEATER MODEL NUMBER:.................................................................................
Located on burner rating plate
HEATER SERIAL NUMBER: ................................................................................
Located on burner rating plate
TO ENSURE THAT SITE CONDITIONS ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE HEATER’S PERFORMANCE AND TO ALLEVIATE NUISANCE CALL-BACKS, THE FOLLOWING STARTUP NEEDS TO BE COMPLETED BY THE QUALIFIED GAS INSTALLER.
A TECHNICIAN CALLING FOR TECHNICAL SUPPORT MUST PROVIDE THE
INFORMATION FROM THE COMPLETED COMMISSIONING REPORT ON
THE NEXT PAGE
FAX COMPLETED REPORT TO TECHNICAL SERVICES:
FAX 1-866-361-0523,
VOICE 1-877-446-3727
WARNING
START UP ‘SMOKE’
During start up, material coatin gs used in the production process of tubes and reflectors will
“burn off” and create smoke during the first hour of operation. This is temporary and normal.
Please ensure that there is sufficient ventilation to adequately clear the smoke from the space.
Notify site and safety personnel to ensure that alarm systems are not unduly activated.
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QUALIFIED INSTALLER TO COMPLETE THIS
TUBE HEATER COMMISSIONING REPORT
TYPE OF GAS:
NG
LP
DOES BUILDING HAVE A NEGATIVE CONDITION:
YES
NO
IF THIS IS A HIGH ALTITUDE AREA WHAT IS THE ALTITUDE ABOVE SEA LEVEL
Feet
DOES APPLICATION REQUIRE FRESH AIR TO BURNER
YES
NO
IS HEATER EXPOSED TO CHEMICAL OR CORROSIVE ATMOSPHERE:
YES
NO
ARE ACTUAL MINIMUM CLEARANCES AS PER TABLE 3
YES
NO
CAN HEATER BE AFFECTED BY OVERHEAD CRANES / VIBRATION
YES
NO
ARE GAS SUPPLY LINES ADEQUATELY SIZED FOR SYSTEM
YES
NO
GAS LINES AND BRANCHES HAVE BEEN PURGED OF AIR:
YES
NO
THIS HEATER FIRED WITHOUT ANY MALFUNCTION:
YES
NO
INLET GAS SUPPLY PRESSURE WITH HEATER OPERATING :
WC"
GAS VALVE OUTLET (Manifold) PRESSURE WITH HEATER OPERATING:
WC"
WHAT IS THE LINE VOLTAGE READING AT THE HEATER
VOLTS
WHAT IS THE VOLTAGE READING AT THE IGNITION MODULE
VOLTS
WHAT IS THE FLAME SIGNAL STRENGTH IN uA FROM SENSOR:
uA (microamps)
IS HEATER CONTROLLED BY A THERMOSTAT
YES
NO
IS THE THERMOSTAT STRATEGICALY LOCATED
YES
NO
WHAT IS TOTAL LENGTH OF INSTALLED THERMOSTAT WIRE
FEET
WHAT IS THE GAUGE OF THE THERMOSTAT WIRE
WHAT IS THE HEATER TUBE LENGTH
Ft
GAUGE
(10ft per Tube section)
FEET
WHAT IS THE TOTAL LENGTH OF THE VENT (add 10ft for each bend)
FEET
WHAT LENGTH IS COMBUSTION AIR INTAKE (add 10ft for each bend)
FEET
IF REQUIRED....WHAT IS THE LENGTH OF THE TURBULATOR(S)
FEET
IF INSTALLED....IS TURBULATOR AT FLUE END OF SYSTEM
YES
NO
“MAXIMUM STACKING HEIGHT” SIGN(S) - POSTED AT THERMOSTAT(S)
THIS HEATER MUST BE ELECTRICALLY GOUNDED
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25. DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Assembled System:

Weight: 96 pounds (44 kg)

Dimensions: 119.5” L x 20” W x 12” H (3035 mm x 508 mm x 305 mm)
Burner:

Weight: 26 pounds (11.8 kg)

Dimensions: 16” L x 10.25” W x 10.75” H ( 406 mm x 260 mm x 273 mm)
Tube Reflector System:

Weight: 60 pounds (27 kg)

Dimensions: 103.5” L x 16.5” W x 7.5” H (2629 mm x 420 mm x 190 mm)
FIGURE 16 P40-R DIMENSIONS
Turbulators (factory installed inside
tube):
Burner side tube: 36” (914 mm)
Vent side tube: 90” (2286 mm)
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26. HIGH ALTITUDE INSTALLATION
When this appliance is installed above the altitude stipulated below, the input must be de-rated
by 4% for each 1000 ft . If your local utility supplies gas with a de-rated heat content, no
orifice change is required in the heater . Check with your local utility regarding de-rating.
USA: The factory installed orifice for this appliance is approved for altitudes zero to
2000 feet above sea level. Above 2000 feet, refer to table below.
Canada: The factory installed orifice for this appliance is approved for altitudes zero to
4500 feet above sea level. When installed above 4500 feet, refer to the table below
ORIFICE CHART - ALTITUDE CONVERSION
FOR USE AT ALTITUDES ABOVE (FEET)
Gas Orifice Drill Size / Part #
MODEL NO
USA Only
Supplied
USA & CANADA*
0
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
7000
8000
P40U / P40U-I NG
31 DMS
JS-0731-DM
3 mm
JS-0730-MM
32DMS
JS-0732-DM
32DMS
JS-0732-DM
33DMS
JS-0733-DM
34DMS
JS-0734-DM
7/64
JS-0731-IN
36DMS
JS-0736-DM
P40U / P40U-I LPG*
49 DMS
JS-0749-DM
50 DMS
JS-0750-DM
50 DMS
JS-0750-DM
50 DMS
JS-0750-DM
51 DMS
JS-0751-DM
51 DMS
JS-0751-DM
51 DMS
JS-0751-DM
52 DMS
JS-0752-DM
* Field Conversion Kit required to convert between fuel gas types:

Part number: JS-0555-XA P40U - Natural Gas to Propane Gas Conversion Kit

Part number: JS-0555-XB P40U - Propane Gas to Natural Gas Conversion Kit
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27. OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES
Flue Vent Terminal
4” wall horizontal
JA-0528-XX
6” wall horizontal
JA-0529-XX
Clearance Sign - Metal 18” x 6”
- Required in some jurisdictions:
 Vehicle service garages
 3/4” high red lettering on white
background
JL-0798-CS
#2 Lion Chain (115 lb work load)
- 200 ft roll
JL-0800-XX
Safety Snap Hooks - 2” - pkg of 25
JL-0800-SH
JL-0800-SH-B
- pkg of 100
TruTemp Infrared Setback Thermostat
True comfort control for radiant heating systems senses and averages ambient and radiant
temperatures.
Occupancy sensor with auto set-back of 9°F (5°C).
Do not use in wet or corrosive environments
JM-0150-XX
24 Volt Option: Control Center
Use when Multiple Tube Heaters are controlled by a JM-0303 –KT
single 24V Thermostat or TruTemp
(for field mounting)
Check local codes for compliance:
JL-0771-XX
Stainless Steel Flexible Gas Connector
1/2” x 24”
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28. REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
P40-R BURNER
#
PART #
PART DESCRIPTION
1
BURNER HOUSING:
2
PART DESCRIPTION PRIMARY
SUPPLEMENT
JS-0582-XX
Burner housing coated gray
P40R
BURNER CUP
JS-0512-UL
Burner Cup 40,000
40 NG & LP
3
AIR RESTRICTOR RING
JS-0592-RA
Burner Cup air restrictor ring - 2 Holes
40 NG & LP
4
MAIN BURNER ORIFICE
NG
JS-0731-DM
LPG
JS-0749-DM
JS-0593-EP
Gas orifice low intensity HR 31 DMS
Gas orifice low intensity HR 49 DMS
Burner Chamber
Burner air restrictor P40-R
Outlet equalizer plate P40-R
40,000 NG
MAIN BURNER ORIFICE
Schwank P40U
40,000 LP
5
6
7
BURNER CHAMBER
JS-0504-XX
AIR RESTRICTOR
JS-0592-RF
8
BLOWER GASKET
JS-0578-XX
Blower gasket - Outlet
Each
9
AIR INTAKE SCREENED RESTRICTOR
JS-0595-UR
Air Intake Restrictor - 1-1/4” Hole
40 NG & LP
10
BLOWER
JS-0579-AA
Blower Assembly Tube Burner
11
MANIFOLD BUSHING
JM-0589-XX
Manifold bushing
12
90 DEGREE ELBOW FITTING 1/2"
JS-0588-XX
Street elbow fitting 90 deg
13
GAS VALVE - NG
JL-0701-AA
Gas Valve comb 3.5" WC 24VAC VR8 NG
40,000 NG
GAS VALVE - LPG
JL-0703-AA
Gas Valve comb 10" WC 24VAC VR8 LP
40,000 LPG
14
4" NIPPLE
JS-0590-XX
Nipple 4"
15
TERMINAL BLOCK
JM-0455-DD
Terminal block - Electrical Connections
16
STEP DOWN TRANSFORMER
JA-0775-XX
Transformer 120/24V, 20VA AT120B1028
JS-0568-CC
24V/120V Relay Switch
EQUALIZER PLATE
NG
17 24V/120V RELAY SWITCH
18
COMPONENT PLATE
JS-0581-SE
Component mounting plate SE
19
COMBUSTION AIR PROVING SWITCH
JS-0576-UG
Air Proving Switch 1.00" WC
20
BLOCKED FLUE PROVING SWITCH
JS-0577-RR
Blocked Flue Switch 0.46" WC
21
PRESSURE SWITCH TUBING
JS-0572-SE
Tubing set 2 x 20" PVC SE
22
IGNITION CONTROL
JA-0568-XX
Control DSI 24VAC S87J-1034
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PART DESCRIPTION
Replacement Kit
WIRING KIT (not shown)
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INDICATOR LAMPS
24
25
26
27
28
29
ELECTRICAL CORD
SIGHT GLASS ASSEMBLY
IGNITER KIT
IGNITION CABLE FOR HONEYWELL S87J
FLANGE GASKET
SECONDARY AIR ADAPTER
PART #
JA-0568-KT
JW-SUXX-HX
JW-0519-AM
JW-0519-GR
JW-0519-RE
JB-0567-XX
JS-0536-XX
JA-0571-KT
JS-0518-XX
JS-0591-XX
JS-0592-RK
PART DESCRIPTION PRIMARY
SUPPLEMENT
DSI S87J + CABLE + IGNITER KIT
Low Voltage Wiring Kit w/ Harness
Iindicator light amber
Indicator light green
Indicator light red
Cord - electrical 6'
Sight glass assembly - tube heater
Spark Igniter & Gasket Kit
Wire hi voltage (24")
Flange Adapter Gasket
Secondary Air Adapter
P40-R TUBE / REFLECTOR SYSTEM
25
SIGHT GLASS ASSEMBLY
JS-0536-XX
Sight glass assembly - tube heater
26
IGNITER KIT
JA-0571-KT
Spark Igniter & Gasket Kit
30
TUBE FASTENING BRACKET
JS-0502-UV
Positions tube in hanger / reflector system
31
PREFORMED U-TUBE
JA-0501-UT
Preformed U-Tube: 17 ft tube length
32
P40-R HANGER
JS-0506-UH
P40-R System Hanger
33
P40-R REFLECTOR
JS-0502-UR
Reflector for P40-R
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REFLECTOR END PLATE
JS-0502-UT
Reflector End Plate
35
P40-R TURBULATOR 36"
JS-0533-US
36" Turbulator In Burner Side Tube
36
P40-R TURBULATOR 90"
JS-0533-UT
90" Turbulator In Vent Side Tube
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OPTIONAL VENT CAP
JA-0528-XX
Horizontal side wall 4" vent terminal
Contact your local Schwank or InfraSave distributor for replacement parts.
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Optional Item
LIMITED WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
FOR GAS-FIRED VENTED OVERHEAD HEATER : P40-R & P40R-I SERIES
The Manufacturer warrants that this product is free from def ects in material or workmanship under normal use and service subject to the terms of this document.
THREE YEAR WARRANTY
Subject to the conditions and limitations stated herein, during the term of this limited warranty, the manufacturer will supply any component part (at their option a new or repaired component part) of the heater as defined below, excluding any
labor, which the Manufacturer’s examination determines to be defective in workmanship or material for a period of three
years (3 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 i s installed and operated in accordance with the printed instructions accompanying the unit and in compliance with all applicable installation codes and good trade practices. Warranty of replacement parts is limited to a period of one year (1 year).
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
The Manufacturer shall not be re sponsible for a ny expenses, including service, labor, dia gnosis, analysis, material o r
transportation charges incurred during removal or re installation of this produ ct, or any of its components or parts. All
labor or service charges shall be paid by the owner. This warranty does not cover heating products improperly installed,
misused, exposed to o r damaged by n egligence, accident, corrosive or contaminating atmosphere, water, excessive
thermal shock, impact, abrasion, normal wear due to use, 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 h eating product
exceeds by more than 2 % of the rated input on th e rating plate. The Manufacturer shall not be liable for any defaul t 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 yo ur unit. If you do not provide such documents, the start date of th e 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, al tered or extended by any
person. There are no p romises, or a greements extending from the Manufacture other tha n 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 repai ring or replacing parts determined to be defective as stated above. In no event shall the Manufacturer be responsible for any alleged personal injuries or othe r special, incidental or con sequential damages. As to property da mages, 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 unuse d portion of the warranty coverage period remaining on the applicable unit.
Some Authorities do not allow certain warranty exclusions or limitations on duration of warranty 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 d o so where prohibited by law. This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also
have other rights which vary by jurisdiction.
SCHWANK GROUP
2 SCHWANK WAY, WAYNESBORO, GEORGIA. 30830
5285 BRADCO BLVD. MISSISSAUGA, ON, L4W 2A6
Ph: 1-877-446-3727
www.SchwankGroup.com
Fax: 1-866-361-0523
www.InfraSave.com
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