Installation and maintenance instructions - R-Mech

6304 0309 – 04/2005 US
For heating engineers
Installation and maintenance
instructions
Sealed combustion gas boiler
Logano GA124
CAUTION!
Observe the safety instructions of this
installation and maintenance manual
before placing the boiler in operation.
WARNING!
If installation, adjustment, modification,
operation or maintenance of the
heating system is carried out by an
unqualified person, this may result in
danger to life and limb or property
damage. The directions of this
installation and maintenance manual
must be followed precisely. Contact a
qualified service company, service
provider or the gas company if support
or additional information is required.
CAUTION!
The operating manual is a component
of the technical documentation handed
over to the operator of the heating
system. Discuss the instruction in this
manual with the owner or operator of
the heating system to ensure that they
are familiar with all information required
for operation of the heating system.
Note: Keep this installation and maintenance manual available for future
reference.
Please read carefully prior to installation and maintenance.
Contents
1
Safety .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 Correct use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Observe the following symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3
Please observe these notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.4 Tools, materials and accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
1.5 Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2
Product description .
3
Dimensions and connections
4
Scope of delivery .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
5
Moving the boiler .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
5.1 Moving the boiler with boiler cart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
5.2 Lifting and carrying the boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
6
Placing the boiler .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
6.1 Clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
6.2 Leveling the boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
7
Boiler installation .
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Preparing for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Heating circuit connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Electrical connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation of Logamatic 2107 control (optional accessory)
Fuel supply connection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Installation of flue system . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Filling heating system and checking for leaks . . . . . . . . .
8
Openings for combustion air supply and venting .
9
Placing the heating system in operation .
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Start-up instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Making boiler ready for operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Then carry out start-up procedures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Shutting off gas supply to boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Instruct owner/operator and hand over technical documentation
Start-up protocol . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10 Taking the boiler out of operation
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
10.1 Normal boiler shut-down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
10.2 Emergency shut-down . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47
11 Boiler inspection and maintenance .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
11.1 Why is regular maintenance important? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
11.2 Testing the flue system, including combustion air, air inlets and
Ventilation openings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical
2
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Contents
11.3
11.4
11.5
11.6
11.7
11.8
Inspection of the boiler and burner
Preparing boiler for cleaning . . . .
Cleaning the boiler . . . . . . . . . .
Cleaning the burner . . . . . . . . .
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance protocol . . . . . . . .
12 Parts lists
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
13 Specifications .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80
14 Wiring diagrams
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
3
1
1
Safety
Safety
Observe these instructions for your safety.
1.3
The burner and control must be correctly installed and
adjusted to ensure safe and economical operation of the
gas-fired boiler.
1.3.1 National regulations
Read this installation and maintenance manual carefully
and note the details on the boiler nameplate before
placing the boiler in operation.
1.1
Correct use
The Logano GA124 gas-fired boiler is designed to heat
water for a hot water heating system for heating single
or multiple occupancy buildings.
1.2
Observe the following symbols
Two levels of danger are identified and signified by the
following terms:
Please observe these notes
The heating system must comply with the relevant
regulations issued by national authorities, or the
regulations issued by the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z 223.1. In Canada the regulations of CAN/CGA B 149.1
or 2, Installation Code for Gas Burning Appliances and
Equipment, must be observed.
If specified by the local regulatory authorities the heating
system must comply with the regulations of the
"Standard for Controls and Safety Devices for
Automatically Fired Boilers", ANSI/ASME CSD-1.
Carbon monoxide detectors must be installed as
specified by the local regulations. The boiler must be
serviced annually; see Chapter 11 "Boiler inspection
and maintenance", page 48.
Boiler operating conditions
RISK TO LIFE
Identifies possible dangers emanating
from a product, which might lead to serious
WARNING!
injury or death if appropriate care is not
taken.
RISK OF INJURY/
SYSTEM DAMAGE
CAUTION!
Identifies potentially dangerous situations,
which might lead to medium or slight
injuries or to material losses.
Additional symbols for identification of dangers and user
instructions:.
RISK TO LIFE
Maximum boiler temperature
Maximum operating pressure
220 °F
58 psi
The hot water pipe system must comply with the current
legislation and regulations. If an existing boiler is
replaced, the complete hot water pipe system must be
inspected to ensure that it is in perfect condition to
ensure safe operation.
RISK TO LIFE
WARNING!
due to neglecting your own safety in case
of emergency, such as with a fire.
z Never put yourself at risk. Your own
safety must always take priority.
from electric shock.
WARNING!
USER NOTE
Tip for the optimum utilization and setting
of the control(s) plus other useful
information.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
4
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Safety
WARNING!
1
RISK TO LIFE
SYSTEM DAMAGE
from explosion of flammable gases.
due to unsatisfactory cleaning and
maintenance.
If you smell gas there is a danger of
explosion..
CAUTION!
z Never work on gas lines unless you are
licensed for this type of work..
z Make sure that a qualified company
installs the boiler, connects gas and
venting, places the boiler in operation,
connects the electrical power, and
maintains and repairs the boiler.
z Immediately correct all faults to prevent
system damage.
z No open flame. No smoking. Do not
use lighters.
Only use original Buderus spare parts.
Losses caused by the use of parts not
supplied by Buderus are excluded from the
Buderus warranty.
z Prevent spark formation.
Do not operate electrical switches,
including telephones, plugs or door
bells.
USER NOTE
1.3.2 Installation notes
z Shut off main gas supply valve.
RISK TO LIFE
z Open doors and windows.
from explosion of flammable gases.
z Warn other occupants of the building,
but do not use door bells.
WARNING!
z Call gas company from outside the
building.
z If gas can be heard escaping, leave the
building immediately, prevent other
people from entering, notify police and
fire from outside the building.
SYSTEM DAMAGE
due to incorrect installation.
CAUTION!
z Clean and service the system once a
year. Check that the complete heating
system operates correctly.
z Observe all current standards and
guidelines applicable to the installation
and operation of the heating system as
applicable in your country.
z Never work on gas lines unless you are
licensed for this type of work.
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z Do not carry out electrical work unless
you are qualified for this type of work.
z Before opening a unit: disconnect
electrical power completely and lock to
prevent accidental reconnection.
z Observe the installation regulations.
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z Disconnect the power supply to the
heating system before conducting any
work on it, e.g. switch off the heating
emergency switch outside the boiler
room.
z It is not sufficient just to switch off the
control.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
5
1
Safety
1.3.3 Information on the boiler room
RISK TO LIFE
by poisoning.
WARNING!
Insufficient ventilation during operation
requiring room ventilation may cause
dangerous flue gas leaks.
Tools, materials and accessories
You need standard tools for the installation and
maintenance of the boiler as used in heating system
installation and oil, gas and water installations.
The following additional items will also be useful.
– Boiler cart with rope or Buderus boiler cart
z Make sure that inlets and outlets are not
reduced in size or closed.
– Cleaning brushes and/or chemical cleaning agents
for wet cleaning
z If faults are not corrected immediately,
the boiler must not be operated.
1.5
z Inform the system operator of the fault
and the danger in writing.
z Dispose of the packaging material in an
environmentally compatible fashion.
RISK TO LIFE
z Dispose of any components of the heating system
that require replacement in an environmentally
compatible fashion.
by poisoning.
WARNING!
1.4
Disposal
When working on the flue gas monitoring
equipment leaking flue gas may endanger
the lives of people.
z Do not attempt to repair the flue gas
temperature sensor.
z Use only original parts when replacing
parts.
z When replacing the flue gas
temperature sensor install the new one
in the specified position.
RISK TO LIFE
by poisoning by leaking flue gas.
WARNING!
If the flue gas monitor trips frequently,
there may be a problem with the chimney
or the flue gas venting.
z If the flue gas monitor trips frequently
the fault must be corrected and a
function test must be conducted.
RISK TO LIFE
by poisoning by leaking flue gas.
WARNING!
z Make sure that the boiler is not fitted
with a thermally controlled flue gas
baffle after the back flow check.
FIRE DANGER
due to flammable materials or liquids.
WARNING!
z Make sure that there are no flammable
materials or liquids in the immediate
vicinity of the boiler.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
6
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Product description
2
2
Product description
The boiler is a low temperature gas-fired boiler.
4
USER NOTE
5
The boiler is fully functional with the
factory-installed aquastat. The
Logamatic 2107 control can also be
installed in addition to the factory-installed
aquastat.
3
2
The boiler consists of:
1
– Aquastat (control unit)
6
– Logamatic 2107 control (optional control)
– Boiler jacket and front panel
– Boiler block with insulation
– Burner
The control monitors and controls all electrical
components of the boiler.
The boiler jacket prevents energy loss and acts as
soundproofing.
The boiler block transfers the heat generated by the
burner to the heater water. The insulation prevents
energy loss.
Fig. 1
1
2
3
4
5
6
Logano GA124 boiler
Burner
Boiler jacket
Boiler block with insulation
Logamatic 2107 control (optional)
Aquastat (control unit)
Boiler front panel
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
7
3
Dimensions and connections
3
Dimensions and connections
2
1
GAS
VK
RK
Fig. 2
1
2
EL
Back, side and front view, measurements in inches
Combustion air line connection
Flue gas line
Connections (measurements see the following tables):
VK
= Boiler supply - 1"
RK = Boiler return - 1"
EL
= Drain - 1/2"
GAS = Gas connection - 1/2"
Boiler
size
Boiler
output
Combustion
air
connection
Flue gas
connecti
on
A
B
Min. overflow
valve cap.
Number of
orifices
Water
volume
Empty
weight
MBtu/hr
Inches
Inches
Inches
Inches
lb/hr
Qty
US gal.
lbs
17
59
3"
3"
7 1/5"
3 1/10"
62
2
2.4
229
23
79
3"
3"
8"
6 2/3"
86
3
2.9
240
30
104
3"
3"
9 1/5"
10 1/5"
110
4
3.4
337
Tab. 1
Dimensions
USER NOTE
Pressure drop
For the size and dimensions of the main
gas orifice see Î Chapter 13, page 80.
flowrate in GPM
Fig. 3
Pressure gradient
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
8
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Scope of delivery
4
4
Scope of delivery
z Check packaging on delivery for damage.
z Check delivery for completeness.
Component
Boiler, complete
B-kit components:
- supply manifold
- 30 psi relief valve
- temperature/pressure gauge
- 90° elbow (1" NPT)
- 90° elbow (3/4" NPT)
- boiler drain (3/4")
- screw-in feet (4) (M10x51)
- wall penetration for
horizontal flue system
- technical documents
Tab. 2
1
Packaging
1 pallet
1 foil package1
1
separate
packaging unit
1 foil package
1
Scope of delivery
On pallet
Optional Accessories1
Unit
Logamatic 2107 control
1
Heat circulation pump
1
Cleaning brush
1
Vertical flue system
1
Tab. 3
1
Qty
1
1
Accessories
Accessories available by separate order
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
9
5
5
Moving the boiler
Moving the boiler
This chapter describes how to move the boiler safely,
SYSTEM DAMAGE
due to bumps.
CAUTION!
z Check the transport diagrams on the
packaging to protect the sensitive
components from damage by bumping.
USER NOTE
z Protect the boiler connections from dirt
if the boiler is not installed immediately.
USER NOTE
Dispose of the packaging material in an
environmentally compatible fashion.
5.1
Moving the boiler with boiler cart
Move the boiler with packaging and on pallet as much as
possible.
RISK OF INJURY
CAUTION!
if the boiler is not properly secured to the
boiler cart.
z Use suitable transport equipment, such
as a boiler cart with a belt.
z Secure the boiler to prevent it from
falling.
z Position transport equipment (e.g. boiler cart) at the
back of the boiler.
z Secure boiler to cart.
z Move the boiler to the installation location.
Fig. 4
Moving boiler with trolley
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
10
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Moving the boiler
5
z Remove the straps and the cardboard packaging.
z Remove the bolts from the pallet.
z Lift the boiler at the sides and slide to the edge of the
pallet. Place a pipe under the boiler and roll it on
additional pipes to the installation location.
z Place the boiler in its final position.
5.2
Fig. 5
Moving the boiler
Fig. 6
Lifting and carrying the boiler
Lifting and carrying the boiler
The boiler can be picked up at the hand grips shown.
RISK OF INJURY
due to carrying heavy loads.
CAUTION!
z Lift and carry the boiler with at least four
people at the designated hand grip
positions.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
11
6
6
Placing the boiler
Placing the boiler
This chapter explains how to place the boiler and
position it in the boiler room.
SYSTEM DAMAGE
through frost.
CAUTION!
z Place the boiler in a frost-free room.
This boiler is approved for installation in enclosed
rooms, such as storage rooms.
The boiler is very heavy when full. Check that the floor
can bear the weight before installation.
6.1
Clearances
A space of at least 33 inches is required in front of the
boiler with the door open to allow sufficient access
space for operation and maintenance. When the door is
closed, a minimum clearance of 2 inches is required at
the front and sides, 2 inches clearance is also required
for the flue pipe and 30 inches clearance to the ceiling.
The installation location and the base must be smooth
and horizontal. The boiler may be installed on a
flammable base, but not on carpet.
2"
2"
3
min. 2"
1
min. 2"
33"
min. 2"
2"
2
Fig. 7
1
2
3
Required clearances in the boiler room
Door closed
Door open
Flue pipe
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
12
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the boiler
6.2
6
Leveling the boiler
z Screw the four rubber feet 0.25 to 1.0 inches into the
bottom rails.
z Place boiler on the feet.
z Level boiler horizontally and vertically by screwing
the feet in and out.
Fig. 8
Unscrewing screw-in feet
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
13
7
7
Boiler installation
Boiler installation
This chapter describes how to install the boiler. This
includes the following tasks:
– Connecting the heating system
– Electrical connection
– Fuel supply connection
– Installation of flue system
7.1
Preparing for installation
z Unpack all boxes and containers and check all parts
against the packing lists to make sure that everything
has been supplied.
USER NOTE
Every boiler is carefully inspected and
tested before it leaves the factory.
However, if you discover any damage or
missing parts, please inform the supplier
immediately. Before disposing of packing
material, make sure that no parts are still
in it.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
14
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7.2
7
Heating circuit connection
BOILER DAMAGE
through moisture.
CAUTION!
3
z Protect the components of the gas
ignition system from moisture (dripping,
spray, rain) during installation of the
boiler, during operation and during
maintenance work (such as replacing
the pump, replacing the control, etc.).
SYSTEM DAMAGE
CAUTION!
2
1
due to overheating as a result of low water.
z Note that a boiler installed above the
level of the heating system must be
fitted with a low-water alarm. The lowwater alarm must be installed during
installation of the boiler (Î Fig. 9).
2
2
SYSTEM DAMAGE
CAUTION!
4
due to high temperature variations in the
heating system.
z If the boiler is operated in connection
with a refrigeration system, make sure
that the pipes for the refrigerated liquid
are connected in parallel to the boiler
system with suitable valves to prevent
the refrigerated liquid from entering the
boiler.
z The pipe system of a boiler connected
to the heating coils of hot-air heating
systems that may be exposed to the
circulation of cooled air must be fitted
with a flow-control valve or some other
automatic system for preventing the
boiler water from circulating by gravity
during the cooling cycle.
2
2
1
2
Fig. 9
1
2
3
4
Low-water alarm
Boiler
Radiator
Heating system with low-water alarm
Heating system without low-water alarm
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
15
7
Boiler installation
Installation of B-kit
2
3
1
The relief valve and the pressure/temperature gauge are
mounted on the boiler supply VK over the supply
manifold (included in B-kit).
z Seal 90° 1" NPT elbow on VK.
z Seal supply manifold on 90° 1" NPT elbow. The
supply manifold can be mounted vertically or rotated
90° to the right.
4
z Seal temperature/pressure gauge on supply
manifold.
USER NOTE
Install the relief valve after the leak test
(Î Chapter 7.7, page 32).
5
The relief valve must be installed in a
vertical position.
6
The relief valve must also be installed in
accordance with the requirements of the
ANSI/ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel
Code, Section IV.
USER NOTE
We recommend installing a dirt filter
(optional) in the heater return connection
to reduce build-up of debris on the water
side.
Fig. 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
Installation of B-kit
Pressure/temperature gauge
Supply manifold
Relief valve 3/4"
90° 3/4" elbow
90° 1" NPT elbow
Boiler supply VK
B-kit rotated 90° right
USER NOTE
Observe the local regulations for
connection of boiler systems.
FIRE DANGER
due to heat.
CAUTION!
z Note that a minimum clearance of two
inches is required between pipes
carrying hot water and flammable walls
in the boiler room.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
16
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7.3
7
Electrical connection
The electrical connections of the boiler must be
manufactured as specified by the local codes and the
current regulations of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA–70.
In Canada the regulations of CSA C 22.1 Canadian
Electrical Code, Part 1, must be observed.
The boiler must be grounded as specified by the
regulations of the relevant local authorities; otherwise
follow the regulations of the National Electrical Code,
ANSI/NFPA–70.
USER NOTE
When making the electrical connections
follow the circuit diagrams on Î page 81
to page 83.
Install an ON/OFF switch near the boiler.
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z When conducting maintenance work
label all cables before disconnecting
them.
z If cables are connected incorrectly the
system may not operate correctly with
possibly dangerous consequences.
z Check that the heating system functions correctly
after any maintenance work.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
17
7
7.4
Boiler installation
Installation of Logamatic 2107 control (optional accessory)
The boiler is fully functional with the factory-installed
aquastat. The Logamatic 2107 control can also be
installed in addition to the factory-installed aquastat.
All Logomatic capillaries and sensors are to be installed
to the boiler immersion well together with the existing
Honeywell aquastat sensor (see page 20 for details)
USER NOTE
Note the following when making electrical
connections:
z Lay out cables and capillaries carefully.
z Do not bend the capillaries during
installation.
z Never carry out any electrical work on
the heating system unless you are
licensed for this type of work. If you are
not a licensed electrician, have a
specialist electrical company make the
electrical connections.
z Observe the local regulations.
1. Unscrew left and right screws in the side panels, lift
front panel up, pull outward and remove to the front.
Fig. 11
Removing front panel of boiler
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
18
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
2. Lift the back boiler jacket and remove to the back.
Fig. 12
Removing boiler jacket
Fig. 13
Removing terminal cover
3. Slide the insertion tabs of the control into the oval
openings.
4. Slide control toward the boiler front panel.
5. Push to snap plastic tabs of the control into the
knock-outs.
6. Remove top cover of control Remove screws from
the top cover.
1
7. Fasten control with sheet-metal screws.
8. Route boiler water sensor cable through the cable
opening and unroll to the required length.
Fig. 14
Installation of Logamatic 2107 control
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
19
7
Boiler installation
Installation of Logomatic boiler water sensor
9. Trace boiler water sensor wiring under the front
boiler cover to the measuring point (immersion well).
2
3
10. Pull sensor clip from the head of the immersion well.
11. Pull existing sensor packet from the immersion well.
12. Replace a quadrant segment (blank) with the boiler
water sensor of Logamatic 2107.
1
13. Insert entire sensor packet fully into the immersion
well to the stop.
4
14. Press sensor clip from the side or from above on to
the immersion well.
5
15. Carefully roll up unnecessary wiring and capillaries
and stow in the Logamatic 2107 control.
Power connection and connections of additional
components
Connect to the power supply as specified by the local
code.
FIRE DANGER
WARNING!
Hot boiler components may damage
electrical wiring.
z Make sure that all wiring is routed in the
ducts or on the boiler insulation.
6
Fig. 15
1
2
3
4
5
6
Front of boiler
Measuring point (immersion well)
Sensor holder
Quadrant (blanking piece)
Sensor (aquastat)
Boiler water sensor (Logamatic 2107 control)
Sensor packet
16. Route all wiring to the control through the wiring
opening and connect as specified by the circuit
diagram.
Install strain relief
Secure all wiring with wiring clips (included with control):
– Insert wiring clip with wiring from above into the slot
of the clip frame; the lever bar must point upwards
(step 1).
1
– Slide wiring clip down (step 2).
– Press (step 3).
– Move lever up (step 4).
Fig. 16
Secure wiring with wiring clip
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
20
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
Installing panel components
17. Swivel display unit to the desired position.
USER NOTE
We recommend positioning the display
unit straight on combinations with an
L-tank.
Fig. 17
Swivel display unit
Fig. 18
Positioning terminal cover
Fig. 19
Installing rear boiler cover
18. Position terminal cover and screw to control.
19. Slide tabs of rear boiler cover under the front boiler
cover and press down at back.
20. Screw rear boiler cover to rear panel of boiler.
SYSTEM DAMAGE
due to dirt.
CAUTION!
If the boiler is assembled and not in use,
note the following:
z Protect the boiler connections from dirt
by closing the connections.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
21
7
Boiler installation
7.5
Fuel supply connection
7.5.1 Gas connections
For the gas pipe diameter required for the installation
please see Tab. 4 and Tab. 5. Make sure that the pipe
fitting has the correct thread size.
1
Make sure that a sediment trap is installed at the inlet for
the gas supply pipe to the boiler. A gas shut-off must be
installed outside the boiler jacket if required by the local
code. We recommend installing a gas shut-off in the
main gas pipe to the boiler. The gas pipes must be
fastened outside the boiler.
2
The local codes must be observed during installation of
the gas connection, otherwise the regulations of the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z 223.1.
3
DANGER OF EXPLOSION
WARNING!
Leakage from the gas pipes and gas
connections may cause an explosion.
z Use soap solution to find leaks.
Fig. 20
Length Gas pipe supply volume in cubic feet of gas
of pipe
per hour1
in feet
1/2
3/4
1
1 1/4
1 1/2
10
132
278
520
1060
1600
20
92
190
350
730
1100
30
73
152
285
590
890
40
63
130
245
500
760
50
56
115
215
440
670
75
45
93
175
360
545
100
38
79
160
305
480
150
31
64
120
250
380
Tab. 4
1
1
2
3
Pipe connection to gas fittings – back view
Gas feed
Hand stop valve
Sediment trap
Gas pipe supply volume
Maximum gas supply volume in cubic feet per hour, based on a
specific gas weight of 0.60 and a gas pressure of 0.5 psi or less
and a pressure gradient corresponding to a water column of
0.3 inches.
Equivalent lengths for pipe fittings in
feet
Nominal
diameter of
Pipe fitting type
iron pipe
Gas
90° angle T-piece Stop valve
(inches)
valve
Equivalent lengths in feet
1/2
1.4
2.7
0.3
0.80
3/4
2.1
4.1
0.5
1.25
1
2.6
5.2
0.6
1.6
1 1/4
3.5
6.9
0.8
2.15
1 1/2
4.0
8.0
0.9
2.50
Tab. 5
Equivalent lengths for pipe fittings
Disconnect the boiler with the gas shut-off from the gas
supply pipe system the system is pressure tested with a
test pressure greater than 1/2 psi.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
22
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
If the gas supply pipe system is pressure tested at a test
pressure of 1/2 psi or less, it is sufficient to disconnect
the boiler from the pipe system by closing the stop valve.
z The boiler and its gas connections must be tested for
leaks before placing it into operation, (Î Chapter 9,
page 36).
Use only sealant that is resistant to corrosion by LPG for
pipe connection. Only a small amount of sealant must be
applied to the external thread of the pipe connections.
If you wish to convert the boiler to propane, please
contact Buderus for the required conversion
components. Do not attempt to convert the boiler without
the approved Buderus parts and the relevant technical
documentation. The technical documentation is
included with the conversion parts.
7.5.2 Installation at high altitudes
The boiler is designed for installation at altitudes below
8500 feet above sea level. The boiler must be restricted
appropriately for installation above altitudes of
8500 feet. The conversion consists of replacing the main
gas orifices.
USER NOTE
If the installation location is over 8500 feet
above sea level, please contact Buderus
for the required conversion components.
Do not attempt to convert the boiler
without the approved Buderus parts and
the relevant technical documentation.
The technical documentation is included with the
conversion parts (accessories).
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
23
7
Boiler installation
7.6
Installation of flue system
The boiler system as delivered includes the wall
connection for horizontal flue systems.
Flue systems from the following manufacturers can be
installed for the flue and combustion air lines:
Manufacturer
heat fab
O-flex-L
Pro Tech
Z-Flex
Tab. 6
*
Flue pipe 3"
horizontal
vertical*
Type
SAF-T vent
Star 34
FasNSeal
Z-Flex, model
SVE
Type
SAF-T vent
-
USER NOTE
Note that pipes of different maximum
lengths are allowable depending on the
size of the boiler and the flue system. The
maximum possible lengths are listed in
Î Tab. 7 - Tab. 11 on Î page 31 and
Î page 32.
-
Manufacturer of flue pipe
The roof penetration is not included with the boiler
USER NOTE
You must follow all directions for
installation of the flue venting in all parts
of the flue system, particularly the
assembly instructions of the flue system
manufacturer. Use only pipes with a
diameter of 3" for the flue pipes and
accessories from the manufacturer
named in Tab. 6.
Use rigid or flexible metallic pipes with a
diameter of 3" for the combustion line.
The flue system components can be
ordered as accessories from your
wholesaler or from other suppliers of
accessories.
OPERATING FAULTS
due to strong winds.
CAUTION!
If a t-piece is not installed at the end of the
flue line, the boiler may stop operating in a
storm.
z Note that a termination tee must always
be installed at the end of the flue line.
z The termination tee can be purchased
from the selected flue line
manufacturer.
USER NOTE
Consult the local building and fire
inspection authority for any restrictions
and inspections of heating systems.
Comply with the national regulations.
Buderus Heiztechnik GmbH • http://www.heiztechnik.buderus.de
24
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
7.6.1 Installation of the wall penetration of a horizontal flue systems
Please read the following instructions and information
on the installation of the wall penetration carefully and
note the safety instructions.
The wall penetration must be installed in the wall as
directed by the regulations and/or local building codes.
z Make an opening in the wall with a diameter of six (6)
inches at the required position of the wall
penetration.
z Insert the wall penetration into the wall from the
outside and attach to the outside wall with the four
screws.
Fig. 21
Wall penetration
z Insert flue pipe into wall penetration from the outside.
Attach the termination tee horizontally to the flue pipe
and install as directed by the installation instructions
of the flue system manufacturer.
1
Fig. 22
1
2
3
2
3
Installing flue pipe
Wall penetration
Flue pipe
End piece of flue pipe (t-piece)
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
25
7
Boiler installation
z Install flue pipe in the wall penetration so the
termination tee on the flue pipe extends 10 inches
beyond the front edge of the wall penetration..
3"
z Attach the flue pipe to the wall penetration with the
two securing clips. Rotate the securing clips down
and attach with the screws (Î Fig. 24).
1
11"
z Seal gap (Î Fig. 24) with silicone.
Make sure that the flue system termination tee through
the side wall of a building is at least 12 inches above the
ground.
1
The flue system termination tee must be installed on all
heating systems to ensure proper operation and to
prevent foreign bodies from entering the flue system.
2
Fig. 23
1
2
Position of termination tee on the flue pipe
Securing clips
3" connection for combustion air pipe
The termination tee must be at least 12 inches above the
expected snow level in areas with heavy snowfall.
No changes are permitted to the wall penetration or any
other parts of the flue system. All parts must be installed
in original condition.
1
The flue system must end no less than seven (7) feet
above a sidewalk or pedestrian passage.
Make sure that the termination tee is at least six (6) feet
away from the combustion air intake of another unit.
The flue system must be installed more than three (3)
feet away from any other opening in the building.
Terminating gas meters, controls etc.
The flue system must terminate at least four (4) feet
below, four (4) feet horizontally or one (1) foot above
every door, every window or every air vent of a building.
2
Fig. 24
1
2
Securing clips
Seal gap with silicone.
Screws
Clearance to combustibles for stainless steel vent pipe
clearance enclosed
horizontal
8"
clearance unenclosed
vertical
4"
horizontal
1"
vertical
1"
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
26
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
7.6.2 Installation of the wall penetration of a vertical flue systems
USER NOTE
The vertical flue system requires the flue
pipe and concentric pipe with roof
penetration from Heat-fab, SAF-T vent.
Please contact Buderus to select the
required flue system components.
1
2
3
You must follow the directions for installation of the flue
venting in all parts of the flue system, particularly the
assembly instructions of the flue system manufacturer.
3
The combustion air is supplied through a concentric 5"
pipe in the vertical flue system. The typical installation of
a vertical system is shown in Î Fig. 25.
4
USER NOTE
A condensation trap must always be
installed at the flue vent.
Note the clearances of the roof penetration above the
roof as shown in Î Fig. 25.
Fig. 25
1
2
3
4
Vertical flue system
Roof penetration
Fire protection ring
Fastening the flue pipe
Condensation trap
The maximum length of the concentric combustion air
pipe is 10 feet (cf. Î Fig. 25).
Note the maximum length of the complete flue system
including the concentric pipe as shown in Î Tab. 10
and Î Tab. 11, (Î page 32).
Clearance from flammable building components is not
required near the concentric pipe penetration. A
clearance of two (2) inches from flammable building
components is required in the area of flue pipe to the
concentric pipe.
When calculating the extended pipe length for
adjustment of the combustion air baffle
(Î Chapter 7.6.4, page 30) the length of the concentric
pipe must also be taken into account. The condensation
trap need not be considered in the calculation.
Fire protection collars (Î Fig. 25) may need to be
installed in existing ceiling penetrations.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
27
7
Boiler installation
7.6.3 Installation of the flue and combustion air pipe
Installation of the flue pipe (Î Fig. 27) at the boiler
z Install condensation trap.
3
4
USER NOTE
A condensation trap must always be
installed at the flue vent.
2
z Position silicone strip approx. 1/4" wide on the boiler
intake (500 ° F-resistant silicone, use G. E. 106 or
similar).
z Attach condensation trap to boiler connection (see
arrow) and secure with the included hose clamp.
z Place a strip of silicone around the connection point
and smooth it to form a gas-tight connection.
1
Fig. 26
1
2
3
4
Condensation trap
Silicone strip
Silicone strip
Hose clamp
Condensation trap
Installation of the combustion air pipe at the boiler
1 2
Proceed as described above for the flue pipe to install
the combustion air pipe. A condensation trap is not
installed on the combustion air line.
Fig. 27
1
2
Back view
Combustion air line connection
Flue gas line
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
28
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
RISK TO LIFE
by poisoning by leaking flue gas.
WARNING!
4
4
z Connect the flue system to one boiler
only.
1
z Connection of another boiler may
cause serious injury or death.
z The flue pipes must not be routed into
another vent. In addition, the pipes of
the flue system must not be routed
through another vent or inside another
vent, such as with an existing brick or
factory-manufactured chimney lining.
2
3
FIRE DANGER
WARNING!
due to insufficient clearance between flue
pipe and flammable building components.
z Make sure that there is a minimum
clearance of two (2) inches to
flammable building components.
Fig. 28
1
2
3
4
Horizontal flue system
Wall penetration
End piece of flue pipe (termination tee)
Condensation trap
Fastening the flue pipe
z No minimum clearance is required
between the wall penetration and
flammable building components.
The vent pipe must be securely fastened. Vertical
venting pipes must be fixed with a fire protection collar
at every ceiling penetration and fixed with at least one
retainer at the base of vertical pipe.
1
2
The flue system pipes must be fixed with retainer bands
along their length in the vicinity of all elbows and
connections and at intervals of at least 48 inches.
When installing fastening components do not drill holes
into any of the components of the flue system when
joining pipes or fittings or when installing retainer bands.
If pipe lengths are cut to size, the cut edges must be filed
or ground smooth before joining them. The coupling end
of the pipe must not be cut.
Make sure that all horizontal venting pipes have a slope
of at least 1/4 inch per foot. All horizontal venting pipes
must have a downward slope to the boiler to prevent any
accumulations of moisture in the flue system.
The flue system is under overpressure. Silicone sealant
must be left to dry for 24 hours before putting the boiler
into operation.
3
3
4
Fig. 29
1
2
3
4
Vertical flue system
Roof penetration
Fire protection collar
Fastening the flue pipe
Condensation drain
RISK TO LIFE
by poisoning by leaking flue gas.
WARNING!
z After carrying out one of the above
installation instructions always check
that all connections in the complete flue
system are correctly joined and sealed.
z Check the seams and joints for leaks.
z Have the complete flue system
checked by a technician once a year.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
29
7
Boiler installation
7.6.4 Adjusting the combustion air baffle
Note the following when calculating the total flue
pipe length or combustion air pipe length.
– 1 x 90° elbow corresponds to 10 ft of pipe.
– 2 x 45° elbows correspond to 10 ft of pipe.
– If the combustion air pipe is longer than the flue pipe,
the combustion air baffle is adjusted depending on
the total length of the combustion air pipe.
USER NOTE
It is not necessary to consider the
condensation trap, the wall penetration
and the termination tee when calculating
the total pipe length.
Determining the combustion air baffle position
z Unscrew cover of blower enclosure.
1
2
z Calculate the extended length of the flue pipe or the
combustion air pipe by adding the individual
sections.
z Calculate the adjustment dimension X of the
combustion air baffle with the extended pipe length in
Table 7-12.
z Compare the setting of the combustion air baffle and
correct if necessary.
Fig. 30
1
2
Adjusting the combustion air baffle
Combustion air baffle
Adjustment dimension X
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
30
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
Adjustment for horizontal flue system independent
of room air
Combustion air supply through combustion air pipe or
flexible combustion air hose from outside.
Boiler
size
Adjustment dimension X of the combustion
air baffle depending on the length (feet) of the
horizontal flue pipe/combustion air pipe
up
to 12
feet
up
to 20
feet
up
to 30
cm
up
to 40
feet
up to max. feet
30
5.0
4.5
3.5
0
0 (up to 42 feet)
23
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.0
4.0 (up to
50 feet)
17
5.0
5.0
4.5
4.5
4.0 (up to
50 feet)
Tab. 7
Boiler
size
2
Rigid combustion air pipe 3" as per Fig. 31.
Adjustment dimension X of the combustion air
baffle depending on the length (feet) of the
horizontal flue pipe/combustion air hose
30
0 (up to 20 feet maximum)
23
4.0 (up to 20 feet maximum)
17
4.0 (up to 30 feet maximum)
Tab. 8
1
Fig. 31
1
2
Horizontal flue system independent of room air
Flue pipe 3"
Combustion air pipe 3" or combustion air hose 3"
Flexible combustion air hose 3" as per Fig. 31
7.6.5 Adjustment for horizontal flue system using room air
Combustion air supply from the boiler room.
Boiler
size
Adjustment dimension X of the combustion air
baffle depending on the length (feet) of the
horizontal flue pipe
up
to 12
feet
up
to 12
feet
up
to 30
feet
up
to 40
feet
up to max. feet
30
5.5
5.0
5.0
5.0
5.0 (up to
42 feet)
23
5.5
5.5
5.0
5.0
5.0 (up to
50 feet)
17
5.5
5.5
5.0
5.0
5.0 (up to
50 feet)
Tab. 9
2
1
Horizontal flue system using room air as per
Fig. 32
Fig. 32
1
2
Horizontal flue system using room air
Flue pipe 3"
Combustion air inlet from the room
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
31
7
Boiler installation
Adjustment for vertical flue system independent of
room air
Combustion air supply through combustion air pipe or
flexible combustion air hose from outside.
Boiler
size
Adjustment dimension X of the combustion
air baffle depending on the length (feet) of
the vertical flue pipe/combustion air pipe
up to
5 feet
up to
30 feet
up to
45 feet
up to
max.
50 feet
30
4.5
3.5
0
-
23
4.5
4.0
2.5
2.5
17
4.5
4.0
3.0
3.0
1
Tab. 10 Rigid combustion air pipe 3" as per Fig. 33
Boiler
size
Adjustment dimension X of the combustion
air baffle depending on the length (feet) of
the vertical flue pipe/combustion air hose
30
0 (up to 30 feet maximum)
23
2.0 (up to 30 feet maximum)
17
3.0 (up to 30 feet maximum)
2
Fig. 33
1
2
Vertical flue system independent of room air
Flue pipe 3"
Combustion air pipe 3" or combustion air hose 3"
Tab. 11 Flexible combustion air hose 3" as per Fig. 33
7.7
Filling heating system and checking for leaks
The boiler is tested for leaks at the factory. Before
placing the heating system into use, check it for
soundness to avoid leaks occurring during operation.
Water treatment
USER NOTE
Have the water analyzed before filling the
heating system. The water may require
treatment as a result of the analysis.
Please consult the local water supply
company if the water is extremely hard or
has a pH level below 7.0.
Fig. 34
Temperature/pressure gauge
SYSTEM DAMAGE
due to overpressure during the leak test.
Pressure, control or safety components
CAUTION!
may be damaged by high pressure.
z Before conducting the leak test make
sure that no pressure, control or safety
components that cannot be
disconnected from the water
compartment of the boiler are installed.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
32
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler installation
7
Carry out the leak test at 1.5 times the normal operating
pressure and as specified by the local codes as follows:
Maximum
operating pressure
Maximum
construction site test
pressure
30 psi
(with the included relief 45 psi
valve)
58 psi
(with a different relief
valve)
75 psi
Tab. 12 Test pressures
z Close connection for relief valve (Î Fig. 10,
page 16) and all other open connections with plugs.
z Disconnect the expansion tank from the system by
closing the cap valve.
z Open mixing and stop valves on hot water side.
z Fill boiler slowly with water from the building
connection.
z Turn cap of automatic vent one revolution to allow the
air to escape.
z Slowly fill heating system. Observe pressure display
on pressure gauge during this process.
z Check connections and pipes for leaks.
z Bleed heating system through the bleed valves on
the radiators.
z If the pressure falls while bleeding, water must be
added.
z Install relief valve (Î Fig. 10, page 16).
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
33
8
8
Openings for combustion air supply and venting
Openings for combustion air supply and venting
BOILER DAMAGE AND OPERATING
FAULTS
due to missing or inadequate openings for
CAUTION!
combustion air and venting of the boiler
room.
The openings for combustion air supply
and venting are always required
regardless of whether the combustion air
is supplied from the room (operation from
room air) or directly to the boiler through
ducts (operation independent of room air).
Inadequate venting of the boiler room may
result in excessive ambient temperatures.
This can damage the boiler.
Inadequate combustion air supply may
cause operating faults.
z Make sure that inlets and outlets are
not reduced or closed and that they are
adequately sized.
z If faults are not corrected immediately,
the boiler must not be operated.
z Inform the system operator of the fault
and the danger.
FIRE DANGER
due to flammable materials or liquids.
WARNING!
z Do not store flammable materials or
liquids in the immediate vicinity of the
heat generator.
Total air supply from inside the building
Make sure that the boiler room has two permanent
openings that are connected with one or more other
rooms. When calculating the cross-section areas of the
openings, the total combustion output of all gas-fired
appliances in the connected rooms must be taken into
account. Each opening must have a minimum crosssection of one square inch per 1000 Btu/h of the total
combustion output of all gas-fired appliances inside the
connected rooms. Note that the minimum cross-section
of every opening must not be less than 100 square
inches. One opening must not be more than 12 inches
from the ceiling and the other must not be more than
12 inches from the floor of the boiler room, calculated
from the outer edge of the opening. The shortest
dimension of all inlet and outlet openings must not be
less than three inches.
To ensure an adequate combustion air supply and
venting of the heating system suitable measures must
be taken in accordance with the National Fuel Gas
Code, Section 5.3, Air for Combustion and Ventilation,
or the local codes.
In Canada the regulations in accordance with the
CSA/CGA–B 149.1 or 2 Installation Codes apply.
BOILER DAMAGE
due to contaminated combustion air.
CAUTION!
z Never use cleaning agents that contain
chlorine and halogenated
hydrocarbons (e.g. spray bottles,
solvents and cleaning agents, paints,
glues).
z Do not store or use these substances in
the boiler room.
z Prevent excessive dust levels.
USER NOTE
If contamination of combustion air is
possible (e.g. installation near swimming
pools, dry cleaners or hair saloons),
operation with air outside the room is
recommended.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
34
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Openings for combustion air supply and venting
8
Total air supply from outside the building
Make sure that the boiler room has two permanent
openings, one of which must not be more than 12 inches
from the ceiling and the other must not be more than
12 inches from the floor of the boiler room, calculated
from the outer edge of the opening. The openings have
a direct connection or a connection through ventilation
ducts to the outside or to rooms that have an
unobstructed connection to the outside (crawl space or
attic). The shortest dimension of all inlet and outlet
openings must not be less than three inches.
1. If there is a direct connection to the outside, each
opening must have a minimum cross-section of one
square inch per 4000 Btu/h of the total combustion
output of all gas-fired appliances inside the closed
room.
2. If there is a connection to the outside through
vertical ventilation ducts, each opening must have a
minimum cross-section of one square inch per
4000 Btu/h of the total combustion output of all gasfired appliances inside the closed room.
3. If there is a connection to the outside through
horizontal ventilation ducts, each opening must have
a minimum cross-section of one square inch per
2000 Btu/h of the total combustion output of all gasfired appliances inside the closed room.
4. If the openings are connected to ventilation ducts,
the ducts must have the same cross-section area as
the openings.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
35
9
9
Placing the heating system in operation
Placing the heating system in operation
The gas burner and gas fittings unit integrated in the
boiler have been tested in the factory as described in
detail in ANSI Z 21.13 and CGA 4.9 to ensure safe
operation of the heating system and to test specific
performance indicators.
RISK TO LIFE
WARNING!
due to electrical current when the unit is
open.
z Before opening the unit:
To prevent electrical shock, isolate the
heating system with the heating system
emergency stop switch or by shutting
off the main fuse.
z Lock the heating system to prevent
accidental reactivation.
1. Set the room thermostats to the lowest setting.
2. Inspect flue and combustion air piping and the
openings for combustion air supply and ventilation.
3. Fill heating system with water and bleed the
complete system including the radiators.
4. Unscrew left and right screws in the side panels, lift
front panel up, pull down and remove to the front.
Fig. 35
Removing front panel of boiler
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
36
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the heating system in operation
9
Carrying out leak test
5. Open gas valve in the gas line.
6. Check the gas connection line to the gas fitting
(Î Fig. 36) for leaks with soap solution. If no leaks
are found, continue with step 8. If any leaks are
found, close gas valve.
7. Seal leaks and repeat step 6.
8. Close main gas shut-off. Remove the screw plug for
the gas pressure measuring port on the gas valve.
Install pressure measuring nipple and attach a
pressure gauge to measure the gas pressure.
2
9. Remove the screw plug for the orifice pressure
measuring port on the gas valve. Install pressure
measuring nipple and attach a pressure gauge to
measure the manifold pressure.
10. Open gas valve and measure the gas supply
pressure of the boiler. The supply pressure must be
between 4.7" and 10.5" W.C. for natural gas and
between 11" and 13" W.C. for propane gas. If the
supply pressure for natural gas is not between 4.7"
and 10.5" W.C. and not between 11" and 13" W.C.
for propane gas, contact the customer service
technician or the gas company.
11. Always follow the start-up instructions on the next
page.
1
4
3
Fig. 36
1
2
3
4
Gas valve
ON/OFF button (at ON position)
Screw plug for gas supply measuring port
Screw plug for manifold measuring port
Pilot gas line connection
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
37
9
9.1
Placing the heating system in operation
Start-up instructions
Read the instructions before start-up for your
safety.
RISK TO LIFE
due to not observing the start-up
instructions and resulting incorrect
WARNING!
operation.
z If these instructions are not followed
exactly, a fire or explosion may be
caused with serious property damage
or loss of life or serious injury.
z Observe the start-up instructions.
DANGER OF EXPLOSION
WARNING!
If you smell gas there is a danger of
explosion..
z No open flame. No smoking.
z Prevent spark formation.
Do not operate electrical switches,
including telephones, plugs or door
bells.
z Shut off main gas supply valve.
z Open doors and windows.
z Warn other occupants of the building.
z Evacuate the building.
z Call gas company, heating service
company or fire department from
outside the building.
A This unit is fitted with an igniter that automatically starts the
burner. Do not attempt to ignite it manually.
B Check for an odor of gas around the heating system. This
test must also be conducted at floor level, because some
types of gas are heavier than air and may accumulate at
floor level.
C Switch on the ON/OFF switch on the gas fitting by hand
only. Never use a tool as assistance. If you cannot actuate
the ON/OFF switch on the gas fitting by hand, do not
attempt to repair it. Contact a qualified technician. Any
attempt to use force or to repair the switch may cause a fire
or explosion.
D Do not operate the unit if any part is under water. Contact
a qualified customer service technician immediately to
have the unit checked and to replace the parts of the
control and gas fittings that were under water.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
38
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the heating system in operation
9.2
9
Making boiler ready for operation
STOP! First read the safety instructions on Î page 36
of this manual.
1. Carry out leak test (Î page 7). Wait five (5) minutes
until all gas residues have dissipated. Finally check
whether there is any smell of gas, including at floor
level. If there is a gas odor: STOP! Follow
instructions in section "B" of the safety instructions
on Î page 36 of this manual. If there is no sign of a
gas odor, continue with the next step.
2. Open main gas valve.
9.2.1 Placing heating system with aquastat control in operation
The boiler is fully functional with the factory-installed
aquastat.
3. Turn on ON/OFF switch (contractor installed) (ON
position). This turns on the boiler with all its
components. Then continue with step 7.
4. Make sure that the room thermostat signals a heat
requirement (set thermostat at least 10 °F above
room temperature).
1
Fig. 37
1
Switching on heating system (with aquastat)
ON/OFF switch (main switch)
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
39
9
Placing the heating system in operation
9.2.2 Placing heating system with Logamatic 2107 (accessory) in operation
The boiler is fully functional with the factory-installed
aquastat. The Logamatic 2107 control can also be
installed in addition to the factory-installed aquastat.
Turn on the heating system with the ON/OFF switch on
the control. The burner starts operating if heat is
required (Î observe control service manual).
5. Make sure that heat is required at the control. Select
"Manual operation" (hand symbol) with the mode
selector switch.
6. Turn on ON/OFF switch ("I" position). Then continue
with step 7.
USER NOTE
After carrying out the instructions for
starting described below, the control must
be set to "AUT" mode (automatic
operation) with the mode selector.
1
Fig. 38
1
2
9.3
2
Turning on heating system (with Logamatic 2107
control)
Mode selection switch
ON/OFF switch
Then carry out start-up procedures.
The following start-up procedures must be carried out
regardless of the control type.
7. Look at the igniter through the sight glass in the
burner housing.
1
Fig. 39
1
Front view
Sight glass
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
40
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the heating system in operation
9
8. Turn gas valve ON/OFF switch counterclockwise to
ON position.
2
3
9. The automatic igniter must generate sparks towards
the pilot burner. The pilot flame must appear and
then ignite the main burner. If the main burner does
not ignite, close the gas valve. Disconnect heating
system from the power supply and inform your
customer service technician or LP gas company.
10. If the main burner has ignited, the gas valve must be
checked for leaks with soap solution. If no leaks are
found, continue with step 12. If leaks have been
found, switch ON/OFF switch on gas valve
clockwise to the OFF position. Disconnect heating
system from the power supply and set the
thermostat to the lowest setting.
11. Seal leaks. Repeat steps 1 and 2 (regardless of the
control in use).
Caution:
With aquastat control continue with steps 3 and 4,
with the Logamatic 2107 continue with steps 5
and 6.
Then repeat steps 7 to 10 regardless of the control
in use.
1
5
Fig. 40
1
2
3
4
5
4
Gas valve
ON/OFF button (at ON position)
Screw plug for gas supply pressure measuring port
Safety screw for manifold pressure setting
Screw plug for manifold measuring port
Safety screw for pilot ignition pressure setting
12. Check the supply gas pressure while the boiler is
operating. The supply pressure must be between
4.7" and 10.5" W.C. for natural gas and between
11" and 13" W.C. for propane gas. Record the
measured values in the commissioning protocol in
the installation and maintenance instructions.
GA124
17
23
30
Natural gas
[inch W.C.]
3.6
3.6
3.5
Propane
[inch W.C.]
8.9
9.9
9.5
Tab. 13 Manifold pressure
13. Check manifold pressure. The manifold pressure
must be set in accordance with the values in
Î Tab. 13. To set the manifold pressure the cover
(Î Fig. 40) on the gas valve must be removed. Turn
the adjustment screw clockwise to increase the
pressure and counterclockwise to reduce the
pressure. This setting must be adjusted while the
boiler is operating.
14. Record the set value in the commissioning protocol
of the installation and maintenance instructions and
screw the safety screw (Î Fig. 40, page 41) into the
gas valve again.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
41
9
Placing the heating system in operation
15. Observe ignition flame through the sight glass
(Î Fig. 39, page 40) in the burner housing.
1
16. The flame must envelope the flame guard 1/2 to
1 1/2 inches. If this is the case continue with step 20.
17. If the ignition flame is too small or too large, the
pressure for the pilot burner must be adjusted with
the corresponding adjustment screw.
USER NOTE
2
The adjustment screw is behind the
ignition gas pressure adjustment safety
screw (Î Fig. 40, page 41).
18. Remove safety screw for pilot ignition pressure
setting (Î Fig. 40, page 41). Turn the inner
adjustment screw clockwise to reduce the ignition
flame and counterclockwise to enlarge the ignition
flame.
19. After adjustment tighten the ignition gas pressure
adjustment safety screw (Î Fig. 40, page 41) again.
Fig. 41
1
2
Correct pilot flame setting
1/2 to 1 1/2 inches
Pilot flame
20. Observe main burner flame through the sight glass
(Î Fig. 39, page 40) in the burner housing. The
flame must have a steady and fixed contour and
generally has a bluish color. If the main burner flame
meets the requirements, proceed with step 21. If the
main burner flame is too weak or is yellow or goes
out, turn the ON/OFF switch (Î Fig. 40, page 41) on
the gas valve clockwise to OFF. Close the gas valve
and disconnect the heating system from the power
supply and contact the customer service technician
or the gas company.
1
Checking flame sensor
21. Test the safety switch by closing the gas valve. The
main burner flame (Î Fig. 42) and the ignition flame
(Î Fig. 41) are extinguished. After six (6) seconds
at the most the main gas solenoid valve on the gas
valve must close with an audible noise.
22. After 90 seconds the automatic igniter must switch
to lock status and stop generating sparks.
Fig. 42
1
Main burner
Main burner flame
23. Disconnect the heating system from the power
supply. Open main gas valve. Switch on unit power
supply. A normal operating cycle must follow.
24. If the gas valve operates correctly, proceed to step
25. If the gas valve does not operate correctly,
switch ON/OFF switch (Î Fig. 43) on the gas valve
clockwise to the OFF position immediately. Close
main gas valve. Disconnect heating system from the
power supply and inform the customer service
technician or LP gas company.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
42
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the heating system in operation
9
25. Turn gas valve ON/OFF button clockwise to OFF
position.
26. Close main gas shut-off.
27. Disconnect heating system from the power supply
and set the thermostat to the lowest setting.
28. Remove pressure measuring nipple and pressure
gauge for measuring gas supply pressure and
manifold pressure from the gas valve and close the
openings with the screw plugs.
29. Repeat steps 1 to 10 (depending on the control) and
20 to restart the heating system. Check the screw
plugs for leaks with soap solution. If no leaks are
found, continue with step 31. If leaks are found,
close gas shut-off and switch ON/OFF button on gas
valve clockwise to the OFF position. Disconnect the
heating system from the power supply.
30. Seal leaks. Open gas shut-off and repeat step 24.
1
Fig. 43
1
Gas valve
ON/OFF button (at ON position)
31. Carefully wipe away the soap solution to prevent
corrosion caused by the alkali content of the soap.
32. Check the function of the maximum aquastat to
make sure that it switches off the boiler as soon as
the boiler water temperature set at the aquastat or
the Logamatic 2107 control is reached. Record the
result in the commissioning protocol of the
installation and maintenance instructions.
33. Replace front panel of boiler.
With the Logamatic 2107 control only
34. Select AUT (automatic mode) with the mode
selection switch.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
43
9
9.4
Placing the heating system in operation
Shutting off gas supply to boiler
1. Set thermostat to the lowest value.
2. Disconnect heating system from the power supply
before carrying out maintenance work.
3. Remove front panel of boiler
Fig. 44
Remove front panel of boiler
4. Turn gas valve ON/OFF button clockwise to OFF
position. Do not use force.
5. Replace front panel of boiler.
1
Fig. 45
1
Gas valve
ON/OFF button (at ON position)
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
44
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Placing the heating system in operation
9.5
9
Instruct owner/operator and hand over technical documentation
Inform the owner/operator of the operation of the
complete heating system and the operating instructions
for the boiler. Together with the owner sign the protocol
on page 46 and hand over the technical documentation.
SYSTEM DAMAGE
CAUTION!
due to frost.
The heating system may freeze in frosty
conditions if the control is not switched on.
z Protect the heating system from
freezing when there is a danger of frost.
z When the main switch or control is
switched off, drain the water from the
boiler, the tank and the pipes of the
heating system.
Änderungen aufgrund technischer Verbesserungen vorbehalten!
Buderus Heiztechnik GmbH • http://www.heiztechnik.buderus.de
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Ausgabe 04/2005
45
9
9.6
Placing the heating system in operation
Start-up protocol
Please check off the start-up work as it is completed and
record the measured values in the table.
Start-up work
Remarks or measured values
1.
Type of gas
2.
Check combustion air, inlet and outlet openings and
flue gas connection
3.
Check the unit fittings (correct orifices?, Î Tab. 14
below) and convert gas type if necessary
4.
Fill boiler with water and bleed complete heating system
5.
Measure gas pressure (supply pressure)
––––––––––––––––––– inches
W. C.
6.
Measure manifold pressure and adjust if necessary
––––––––––––––––––– inches
W. C.
7.
Leak check in operating status, check pilot and main burner flame and
correct functioning of the venting system
8.
Check maximum aquastat
9.
Install front boiler panel
10.
Inform operator, hand over technical documentation
11.
Installer
Signature:__________________
Operator:
Signature:__________________
Boiler size
Natural gas
Propane gas
Natural gas
17
265
175
Main gas orifice identification
23
250
160
Propane
30
250
160
Tab. 14 Main gas orifice identification
USER NOTE
z Inform the customer of the correct fuel
and enter it in the table (Î operating
manual of boiler).
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
46
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Taking the boiler out of operation
10
10 Taking the boiler out of operation
10.1 Normal boiler shut-down
1. With the aquastats:
Switch off main switch ("OFF" position). This shuts
down the boiler with all components (e.g. burner).
2. Additional shut-down procedure Î follow the
directions for the aquastats.
1
Fig. 46
1
Shutting down heating system (with aquastat)
ON/OFF switch
3. Logamatic 2107 control (accessory):
Switch off ON/OFF switch on control ("0" position).
This shuts down the boiler with all components
(e.g. burner).
1
4. Shut off main fuel supply valve.
SYSTEM DAMAGE
through frost.
CAUTION!
Fig. 47
1
I 0
Shutting down heating system (with Logamatic 2107
control)
ON/OFF switch
The heating system can freeze up in cold
weather if it is shut down.
z Leave the heating system switched ON
constantly as much as possible.
z Protect the heating system from freezing
by draining the heater and water pipes
at the lowest point.
10.2 Emergency shut-down
Inform your customer of the procedure in case of
emergency, such as a fire.
1. Never put yourself at risk. Your own safety must
always take priority.
2. Shut off main fuel supply valve.
3. Shut down the heating system with the heater
emergency switch or the corresponding circuitbreaker.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
47
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11 Boiler inspection and maintenance
11.1 Why is regular maintenance important?
Heating systems require regular maintenance for the
following reasons:
– To maintain high efficiency operation and to operate
the heating system economically (low fuel
consumption).
– To sustain safe operation.
– To maintain combustion at an environmentally
friendly level.
All maintenance work must be carried out by a qualified
customer service technician only. When replacing
components use only parts approved by Buderus.
Maintenance is required once a year. Record the results
of the inspection in the protocol at Î page 59.
USER NOTE
Spare parts can be ordered from your
local distributor.
11.2 Testing the flue system, including combustion air, air inlets and Ventilation openings
Check the venting system, including the combustion air,
inlet and outlet openings. All faults must be repaired
immediately.
Make sure that the combustion air feed and the inlets
and outlets are not blocked at any point.
11.3 Inspection of the boiler and burner
1. Visually check the boiler and burner for external dirt.
2. Check burner box, supply air hose and burner rods
for dirt.
3. Check air supply hose for damage and replace if
necessary.
4. If dirt is found, clean boiler and burner.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
48
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11
11.4 Preparing boiler for cleaning
1. Take the boiler out of operation (Î Chapter 10.1,
page 47).
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z Before opening a unit: disconnect
electrical power completely and lock to
prevent accidental reconnection.
2. Remove front panel of boiler (Î Fig. 35, page 36).
RISK TO LIFE
from explosion of flammable gases.
WARNING!
z Never work on gas lines unless you are
licensed for this type of work..
3. Turn gas valve ON/OFF button clockwise to OFF
position. Do not use force.
RISK TO LIFE
from explosion of flammable gases.
WARNING!
z Wait five (5) minutes until all gas
residues have dissipated. Check
whether there is any smell of gas,
including at floor level. If there is a gas
odor: STOP! Follow instructions in
section "B" of the safety instructions on
Î page 38 If there is no sign of a gas
odor, continue with the next step.
1
Fig. 48
1
Gas valve
ON/OFF button (at ON position)
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
49
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11.5 Cleaning the boiler
The boiler can be cleaned with brushes and/or by wet
cleaning. Cleaning tools are available as accessories.
11.5.1 Cleaning the boiler with brushes
Remove burner:
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z Label all electrical wiring before
disconnecting it for cleaning the boiler.
If cables are connected incorrectly the
system may not operate correctly with
possibly dangerous consequences.
z After maintenance test the heating
system for proper function.
RISK TO LIFE
from electric shock.
WARNING!
z Before opening a unit: disconnect
electrical power completely and lock to
prevent accidental reconnection.
1. Disconnect your heating system from the mains
electricity supply.
2. Shut off main gas supply valve.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
50
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11
3. Disconnect pilot gas line from gas valve.
4. Disconnect ignition cable from ignition module.
5. Attach gas supply line to burner control holder with
wire or string.
7
6. Remove screws (Î Fig. 50) between gas valve and
burner box. Place the gas connection pipe gasket in
a safe place.
8
6
5
7. Label connection lines of flame roll-out switch and
disconnect from the switch.
9
10
4
3
2
1
Fig. 49
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Front view
Flame roll-out switch (boiler size 17)
Gas supply pipe
Gas valve
Ignition cable
Ignition module
Wire holder for gas supply line
Burner control
Ignition gas line
Air supply hose
Gas supply line
8. Remove screws in burner box cover and remove
cover.
2
9. Unscrew nuts and remove gas burner with burner
box.
1
3
10. Release air supply hose (Î Fig. 49) and pull off
burner box.
11. If there is dirt in the burner compartment, remove
venting fan, otherwise continue with
(Î Chapter 11.6, page 54).
4
1
Fig. 50
1
2
3
4
Removing gas burner
Fixing nuts
Screws
Flame roll-out switch (boiler size 23 and 30)
Burner box cover
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
51
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
Removing venting fan
12. Remove rear boiler jacket.
Fig. 51
Removing rear boiler jacket
13. Slide fan manifold into the venting adapter in the
direction of the arrow to the stop.
14. Pull off connecting hose for differential pressure
connection on measuring points on fan.
15. Disconnect electrical wiring.
3
16. Unscrew the four screws of the fan retainer panel.
17. Lift fan with retainer panel slightly and remove.
2
18. Check fan blades for dirt and clean if necessary.
19. If the hot gas ducts are dirty clean boiler.
1
Fig. 52
1
2
3
Removing venting fan
Pressure measurement point on fan
Fan manifold
Fan retainer panel
20. Cover control with foil to prevent entry of metal dust
into the control.
21. Use boiler brush to clean out flue gas passages.
22. Clean combustion chamber and bottom insulation.
11.5.2 Wet cleaning (chemical cleaning)
For the wet cleaning use a suitable cleaning agent for
the degree of build-up of dirt (soot or scale).
Use the same procedure as described for cleaning with
brushes (Î Chapter 11.5.1, page 50).
USER NOTE
Observe the directions for use of the
cleaning agent. In some case you may
need use a different procedure from that
described here.
Fig. 53
Cleaning with brushes
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
52
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11
23. Cover control with foil to prevent entry of spray into
the control.
24. Ventilate boiler room well.
25. Place cloths on the floor insulation to catch excess
spray.
26. Spray flue gas vents evenly with the cleaning agent.
27. Assemble and install the burner in reverse order of
removal and disassembly (Î page 50). Tighten the
fixing nuts well. Make sure that the front edge of the
burner box cover is properly engaged in the sealing
grommets.
28. Install venting fan in reverse order of removal; see
Î page 52.
29. The blue connector sleeves on the differential
measuring case must be connected to the blue
connecting sleeves of the measuring points.
30. Make sure that the fan manifold is completely
pushed on to the fan during reassembly.
31. Place the heating system in operation.
32. Heat the boiler water to a temperature of at least
50 °F.
Fig. 54
Spray cleaning
33. Take the boiler out of operation.
34. Allow boiler to cool.
35. Remove burner and venting fan (Î page 50).
36. Brush out flue gas passages.
37. Clean combustion chamber and bottom insulation.
38. Remove cloths.
39. Ventilate boiler room well again.
40. Assemble and install the burner in reverse order of
removal and disassembly (Î page 50). Tighten the
fixing nuts well. Make sure that the front edge of the
burner box cover is properly engaged in the sealing
grommets.
41. Install venting fan in reverse order of removal; see
Î page 52.
42. The blue connector sleeves on the differential
measuring case must be connected to the blue
connecting sleeves of the measuring points.
43. Make sure that the fan manifold is completely
pushed on to the fan during reassembly.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
53
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11.6 Cleaning the burner
1. Remove burner (Î page 50).
1
2
2. Check burner rods for dirt. If necessary, clean
burner as described below.
3. Unscrew pilot burner unit from burner.
4. Disconnect pilot gas line from ignition burner unit.
5. Remove pilot gas orifice and blow out.
6. Immerse burner rods in water with cleaning agent
and brush off.
3
USER NOTE
Make sure that the insulation on the burner
shield does not get wet.
7. Rinse out burner rods with a water jet; hold burner so
water enters all slots if the burner rods and drains
out again.
8. Remove remaining water by swinging the burner.
9. Check that the slots of the burner rods are free.
Remove water and dirt residue in the slots. If any
slots are damaged the burner must be replaced.
Fig. 55
1
2
3
Pilot burner unit
Pilot burner unit
Pilot gas orifice
Pilot gas line
10. Assemble and install the burner in reverse order of
removal and disassembly (Î page 50). Tighten the
fixing nuts well. Make sure that the front edge of the
burner box cover is properly engaged in the sealing
grommets.
11. Place boiler in operation as directed in
(Î Chapter 9, page 36).
12. Check operation of aquastat.
13. Test low water cut-off if installed.
14. Check area around boiler for hazards.
The area around the boiler must be free from
flammable substances, gasoline or any other
flammable or corrosive vapors and liquids.
RISK TO LIFE
from explosion of flammable gases.
After maintenance work leaks may occur in
WARNING!
pipes and threaded fastenings.
z Make a thorough check for leaks.
z Use only approved leak testing agents
to search for leaks.
Complete the maintenance protocol to confirm that all
maintenace work has been conducted. Sign the
maintenance protocol and discuss it with the owner of
the heating system.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
54
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11
11.7 Troubleshooting
Equipment required: Wiring diagram page 81 and
voltage detectors for 120 VAC and 24 VAC.
Start
• 120 V input voltage at N and L at connector X1?
Close main gas valve.
Switch on power.
LED on aquastat on
continuously.
No
If not: check power supply.
• 120 V input voltage at L1/L2 and L1X/L2X on aquastat?
If not: check wiring.
If the wiring is OK: replace aquastat.
• 24 V voltage at plugs C and R on aquastat?
If not: check wiring.
If the wiring is OK: replace transformer.
• Bridge thermostat contacts R and W.
Adjust thermostat to heat
requirement (10 °F above room
temperature).
If the boiler starts, check thermostat and thermostat wiring.
• Check LED on aquastat.
Adjust temperature control on
aquastat to heat requirement
(min. 10 °F above boiler
temperature).
Fan starts?
No
It flashes twice: check sensor contacts S2/S1 and sensor wiring.
If OK: replace sensor.
It flashes three or four times: internal fault, replace aquastat.
LED off: Aquastat in reset code, wait 5 minutes for automatic reset.
• 24 V voltage at plugs B2/B1 on aquastat.
If not: replace aquastat.
• Check 24 V voltage at terminals 1 and 4 of the terminal on boiler block.
If not: check wiring between aquastat (plug B2 and B1) and terminal on
boiler block.
If there is voltage at terminals 1 and 4, check 120 V voltage at terminals
L3 and N on plug X3 for the fan.
If not: check wiring between relay and terminal on boiler block and relay
and plug X1 (input voltage).
If the wiring is OK: replace relay.
If there is voltage at L3 and N on plug X3, check wiring to fan motor.
If OK: replace fan.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
55
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
Ignition sparks visible between
ignition electrode and flame
guide.
No
Check S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Check 24 V voltage at terminals 3 and 4 (power supply to S 8600 H
automatic igniter) of the terminal on boiler block.
If not:
• Check wiring between terminal on boiler block and S 8600 H automatic
igniter.
• Check ignition wiring, ceramic insulator of ignition electrode and ignition
gap, adjust if necessary.
• Check the ignition cable contact for signs of scorching or kinking.
• If OK: replace S 8600 H.
Check flame guard.
• 24 V voltage at terminals 2 and 3 of the terminal on boiler block?
If not: check wiring between flame guard and terminal on boiler block.
If OK: replace flame guard.
Check air pressure switch.
• Check 24 V voltage at terminals 1 and 2 of the terminal on boiler block.
If not:
• check wiring between air pressure switch and terminal on boiler block.
• Check correct adjustment of baffle in fan enclosure (see page 30).
• Check venting and combustion air line for correct cross-section.
• Check combustion air hose between fan housing and burner for correct
cross-section.
• Check heat exchanger for blockages.
• If the length of the venting pipe or the combustion air pipe exceeds the
maximum approved length as specified in Î Tab. 10 to Tab. 11 on
page 32 ?
If OK: replace air pressure switch.
Open main gas valve.
Ignition burner ignites.
No
Check gas fitting and S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Check that all manually operated baffles are open; check that gas
connections and pressures are correct and that ignition gas nozzles are not
blocked.
• Check electrical connections between automatic ignition and ignition timer
on the gas fitting.
• Use MV-MV/PV terminals to check 24 V alternating current at the
automatic ignition. If the voltage is correct replace gas fitting, otherwise
replace automatic ignition.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
56
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
Ignition spark stops as soon as
ignition flame burns.
No
11
Check S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Check ignition wiring and ground for continuity.
• Check ignition electrode.
• Check electrical connections between ignition electrode and automatic
ignition.
• Check whether the ceramic insulator in the ignition electrode is broken.
• Check that the ignition flame surrounds the electrode and burns steadily
with a bluish flame.
Adjust ignition flame.
• If this does not correct the fault, replace the automatic ignition unit.
Ignite main burner.
No
Check gas fitting and S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Use MV-MV/PV terminals to check 24 V alternating current and closed
circuit at automatic igniter. If there is no voltage, replace automatic ignition.
• Check electrical connections between automatic ignition and ignition timer
on the gas fitting.
If OK replace gas fitting.
System operates until the heat
requirement ends.
No
Check S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Check ignition wiring and ground for continuity. Note: If the ground is
weak or faulty, the system may switch off at random even
if the heating system operates properly when tested.
• Check that the ignition flame surrounds the electrode and burns steadily
with a bluish flame.
• If everything is OK replace automatic ignition.
Heat requirement ends,
system switches off.
No
Check gas fitting and S 8600 H automatic igniter.
• Check operation of thermostat (control).
• Disconnect MV wire on automatic igniter.
• If the valve closes, check temperature regulator and wiring again, replace
automatic igniter.
• If the valve does not close, replace gas fitting.
End of troubleshooting
Repeat procedure until heating system operates correctly.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
57
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
Room thermostat (control) signals heat requirement
Fan starts.
START
PHASE 1
Ignition attempt
Ignition spark generator operates
• ignition gas valve opens.
Ignition burner operation
Ignition flame burns, S 8600 H
or
ignition flame does not burn, S
signals steady ignition flame
8600 H starts ignition attempt,
switches off after 90 seconds.
With steady ignition flame
• ignition spark generator stops.
• main gas solenoid valve opens.
PHASE 2
Main burner
operating
Main burner operation
• S 8600 H monitors ignition flame.
Power interruption
system switches off. Does
system switch on again
when power is restored?
Ignition flame fault
Main gas valve closes,
S 8600 H starts ignition
attempt.
Specified thermostat value (control) reached
Main and ignition gas valves close, gas burners go
out. Venting fan stops.
END
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
58
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Boiler inspection and maintenance
11
11.8 Maintenance protocol
Please check off the maintenance work as it is completed and record the measured values.
Follow the instructions on the following pages.
Maintenance work
Page
Date:
Date:
1.
Inspection of the flue system including
combustion air, inlet and outlet openings
page 48
2.
Inspection of boiler
page 48
3.
Inspection of burner
page 48
4.
Cleaning boiler
page 50
5.
Cleaning burner
page 54
6.
Measuring gas supply pressure
page 37
–––––––inches
W. C.
–––––––inches
W. C.
7
Measuring manifold pressure
page 41
–––––––inches
W. C.
–––––––inches
W. C.
8.
Checking for leaks in operating condition
page 37
9.
Checking pilot and main burner flame
page 42
10:
Check operation of venting fan.
11.
Check maximum aquastat
page 54
12.
Check the area around the boiler for flammable
materials, gasoline or other corrosive liquids.
page 54
13.
Confirm maintenance
Confirmation of correct maintenance
(company stamp, signature)
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
59
11
Boiler inspection and maintenance
Datum:
Datum:
Datum:
Datum:
Datum:
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
–––––––inches
W. C
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
60
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
12
12 Parts lists
The following spare parts are available for Buderus
heating systems. If there are more than one Buderus
article numbers at one item number, these numbers are
listed in the columns corresponding to the various
models. In other cases the number of components is
shown.
Boiler block (Î Fig. 56)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
6301-
1252
1253
1254
10
Boiler block complete
20
Threaded stud M8x30 5.6
3719 064
4
4
4
30
Hex nut M8 with locking teeth
5834 410
4
4
4
40
Immersion well R¾"x100 compl.
5446 065
1
1
1
50
Gasket D41.7x55x1.5 AFM 34
86159 710
2
2
2
60
Plug G1¼" left
6073 304
2
2
2
70
Floor panel
6301-
6439
6438
6437
80
Shield rear
6301-
6436
6435
6434
90
Snap nut 4.8
2
2
2
100
Washer A8.4
2
2
2
110
Sheet metal screw 4.8x22
2
2
2
120
Gasket kit PK-W11 310 ml cartridge
2037 038
-
-
-
Mounting material for boiler block
63011750
-
-
-
see Mounting
material for
boiler block
see Mounting
material for
boiler block
see Mounting
material for
boiler block
Tab. 15 Boiler block
At item no. 10:
At item no. 50:
At item no. 120:
Only complete boiler blocks are replaced, not individual parts.
Between end part and supply connection or return connection or plug.
For sealing between floor panel, shield and boiler block.
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
61
12
Parts lists
10
60
60
50
50
110
100
40
90
80
20
120
30
70
Fig. 56
Boiler block
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
62
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
12
Boiler jacket (Î Fig. 57)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
5
Logano GA124 nameplate
63013607
1
1
1
10
GA124 front panel
63016428
1
1
1
15
Stop bolt
4
4
4
17
Stop socket
4
4
4
20
Plug-in fuse
2
2
2
22
Sheet metal screw ST3.9x13 A3T
2
2
2
30
Side panel left/right GA124
63016425
2
2
2
35
Panhead screw ST3.9x9.5
Mounting
material for
boiler jacket
12
12
12
40
Hood front GA124
63016426
1
1
1
45
Cover – hood front
63016429
1
1
1
50
Hood rear GA124
63016427
1
1
1
60
Holder
9105 285
1
1
1
70
Angle 3x30/20x463 complete
63012813
1
1
1
80
Rear panel GA124
63029221
1
1
1
90
Hex head nut M8
5834 410
2
2
2
100
Hex head nut M10
5834 422
2
2
2
110
Boiler block insulation
6301-
1721
1722
1723
120
Clip - insulation
476378
5
5
5
63013095
-
-
-
Mounting material for boiler jacket
Mounting
material for
boiler jacket
Mounting
material for
boiler jacket
Mounting
material for
boiler jacket
Mounting
material for
boiler jacket
Tab. 16 Boiler jacket
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
63
12
Parts lists
45
50
80
15
40
90
120
70
60
30
100
110
17
5
35
15
17
35
20
22
10
30
Fig. 57
Boiler jacket
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
64
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
12
Boiler block – attachment parts (Î Fig. 58)
Item
no.
Description
10
Boiler rail front
15
Boiler rail rear
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Model 23
Model 30
Quantity/model Quantity/model Quantity/model
9038 156
1
1
1
63015479
1
1
1
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
4
4
4
50
Hex screw M8x12
60
Foot M10x51
5871596
4
4
4
70
Spacer DN 8x8
5176 794
4
4
4
80
Distance pin M8x63.5
475485
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
110 Snap nut 4.8
120 Sheet metal screw ST4.8x22
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
130 Venting fan housing
6301-
6446
6445
6444
135 Fan base plate
6301-
6449
6448
6447
63016443
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6301-
6442
6441
6440
63016451
1
1
1
6301-
6020
6019
6019
63016491
1
1
1
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
22
24
24
63014249
1
1
1
195069
4
4
4
210 Venting fan pressure reducer
63011683
1
1
1
215 Venting fan RLH 108
63016433
1
1
1
6301-
1799
6893
-
232 Gasket set 58.5x66x7.5
63016582
1
1
1
233 Connector Ø 77/75x48
63016450
1
1
1
240 Flue pipe D60x73 with gasket
63011684
1
1
1
140 Adjustment baffle
141 Hex screw M6x12
142 Washer Ø 6.4
143 Serrated lock washer Ø 6.4
144 Hex nut M6
150 Cover - venting fan housing
151 Hose set DN 4x2x880 silicone
152 Pressure monitor
153 Fan connection wiring
160 Panhead screw ST3.9x9.5
180 Hose DN 80x1050
185 Hose clip 70–90
231 Annular baffle D58x37
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
see Mounting
material Boiler
block
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
65
12
Parts lists
Boiler block – attachment parts (Î Fig. 58)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Model 23
Model 30
Quantity/model Quantity/model Quantity/model
260 Sealing ring D41.7x55x1.5 AFM 34
86159710
2
2
2
270 Supply elbow R1xNPT1 L = 357
5407 352
1
1
1
280 Return elbow R1xNPT1 L = 92
5407 350
1
1
1
63037069
1
1
1
63016501
-
-
-
290 B-kit G/GA 124 US/CA
Contents:
1 supply manifold G/GA124
1 elbow 1
1 elbow 3/4 I/A
1 boiler drain 3/4
1 relief valve 3/4Mx3/4F 30PSI
1 temperature/pressure gauge 1/4 NPT
4 feet M10x51
Mounting material for boiler
Contents:
4 snap nuts 4.8 SNU2212
4 sheet metal screws DIN7981 C ST4.8x22
1 hex screw ISO4017 M6x12 8.8
1 washer DIN125 A6.4
1 hex nut ISO4032 M6 8
1 lock washer DIN6797 A6,4
24 panhead screws ST3.9x9.5
2 lock washers DIN 6797 A5.3
1 cable clip 2.5x92 - Ty - 23M
Tab. 17 Boiler block
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
66
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
12
160
150
185
232
233
215
(232)
160
240
135
141
231
210 185
142
160
180
185
153
140
130
120
290
143
151
144
270
260
290
110
151
152
290
80
50
110
50
60
70
15
70
60
50
60
10
50
260
60
280
Fig. 58
Boiler block – attachment parts
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
67
12
Parts lists
Switch box (Î Fig. 59)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/model
Model 23
Quantity/model
Model 30
Quantity/model
63015739
1
1
1
1
1
1
5
5
5
63015750
1
1
1
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
10
10
10
-
1
1
1
63015742
1
1
1
10
Switch box GAW 027 00 "US"
20
Terminal bar 4 mm2 4-pin
30
Sheet metal screw F ST3.5x16 A3K
40
Relay 24V AC 1xS 120V AC/15A
50
Sheet metal screw F ST3.5x6.5 A3K
60
Holder GA124 (mounting plate)
70
Aquastat relay L7148F
80
Sheet metal screw C ST3.5x22 A3K
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
5
5
5
90
Burner unit cover plate "US" compl.
63015747
1
1
1
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
5
5
5
110 Hose line AWG 2x18 063/076
63015745
1
1
1
120 Wiring harness GAW 022/024/026/027
63015746
1
1
1
130 Temperature sensor 209659B
63015749
1
1
1
140 Blank for 1/4 annular sensor
7060 110
1
1
1
150 Compensator spring
5446 800
1
1
1
160 Sensor holder
7060 986
1
1
1
170 Transformer 120V/24V "US" compl.
63015748
1
1
1
180 Automatic igniter S 8600H1006
63015743
1
1
1
190 Panhead screw ST3.9x9.5 A3E
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
5
5
5
63015744
1
1
1
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
5
5
5
220 Plug 3-pin black 93.923.4354
5493 464
1
1
1
230 Socket 3-pin black 93.031.3253.0
7060 911
1
1
1
240 Plug 3-pin green/black
5493 465
1
1
1
250 Socket 3-pin green
7060 912
1
1
1
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
4
4
4
7060 913
1
1
1
2
2
2
-
-
-
100 Lock washer A4.3 A3K
200 Connection line
210 Sheet metal screw C ST2.9x16 A3K
260 Sheet metal screw C ST2.9x22 A3K
270 Socket 5-pin black
280 Sheet metal screw F ST3.5x9.5 A3K
Mounting material for GAW027 US
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
see Mounting material
GAW 027 US
63015810
Tab. 18 Switch box
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
68
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 59
12
Switch box
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
69
12
Parts lists
Housing for burner (Î Fig. 60)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
63015665
1
1
1
See burner
mounting set
1
1
1
6301-
5561
5562
5563
5947 754
14
16
16
See housing
gasket set
1
1
1
10
Flame guard 128 °C compl. (with screws)
20
Screw C M4x16 ST A3K
30
Housing cover CE124 compl. "US" with gasket,
view glass and screws
40
Panhead screw ST3.9x9.5 A3T
50
Housing cover gasket
60
View glass compl. with retainer, gasket and
screws
7100 256
1
1
1
70
Bush diameter 44 mm slit
63011272
1
1
1
80
Housing frame CE124 compl. "US" with gasket
and screws
6301-
5564
5565
5566
90
Housing frame gasket
1
1
1
100
Gasket 125x20x2 mm
2
2
2
110
Housing cover bottom
-
1
1
1
63010217
-
-
-
6301-
0821
0845
0846
63011270
1
1
1
120
Screw CE M5x12 CombiTorx
Set with 15 pieces
130
See housing gasket set
140
Glue Elastosil E 41 in 90 ml tube
See housing
gasket set
See housing
gasket set
Tab. 19 Housing for burner
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
70
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 60
12
Housing for burner
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
71
12
Parts lists
Gas fitting group VR 8204 H (Î Fig. 61)
Item
no.
10
10
Description
Pipe section compl. 151 lg AE124X/CE124X
"US" for 3 and 4 sections
Pipe section compl. 241 lg AE124X/CE124X
"US" for 5 sections
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
5176 736
1
1
–
5176 737
–
–
1
2
2
2
6
6
6
See burner
mounting set
See burner
mounting set
20
Screw 8x32x1¼
30
Screw 8x32x½
40
Fittings VR8204H 1006 ½" NPT compl. "US"
63015667
1
1
1
50
O-ring D22.22x2.62
5483 082
1
1
1
60
Pipe unit with flange G1 44 mm compl. with Oring, screws and gasket
63015557
1
1
1
70
Gasket D21x30x3
5959 282
1
1
1
Tab. 20 Fitting group VR 8204 H
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
72
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 61
12
Fitting group VR 8204 H
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
73
12
Parts lists
Ignition burner (Î Fig. 62)
Item
no.
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
63015767
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ignition burner Q3451 E compl. "US"
10
(with screws, ignition burner holder, ignition
gas nozzle EG and ignition cable)
20
Screws 8x32x3/16
30
Ignition burner holder
40
Ignition gas nozzle EG BCR 20
5181 648
1
1
1
40
LPG nozzle - BBR 12
5176 998
1
1
1
50
Ignition gas screws D4
5181 672
1
1
1
6301-
5548
5549
5550
1
1
1
1
1
1
60
Ignition gas line DA4 CE124 compl. "US"
(with screws and bush)
70
Screw CE M4x12 A3K CombiTorx
80
Screw CE M5x12 A3K CombiTorx
See burner
mounting set
See burner
mounting set
See burner
mounting set
See burner
mounting set
Tab. 21 Ignition burner
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
74
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 62
12
Ignition burner
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
75
12
Parts lists
Burner grate (Î Fig. 63)
Item
no.
Description
10
Burner grate CE124 compl. with main gas
nozzle "US"
20
Sealing ring 13x18x1.5 mm
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
6301-
5516
5517
5518
5883 094
2
3
4
5484 392
2
-
-
5484 380
-
3
4
6301-
5528
5529
5530
The main gas nozzles are suitable for operation
at altitudes between 0 and 8500 feet.
30
30
The appropriate gas conversion parts are
required for operation at altitudes above 8500
feet.
Main gas nozzle 2,65 mm hole SW16 48 mm for
model EG G20 0–8500 feet
Main gas nozzle 2.50 mm hole SW16 48 mm for
model EG G20 0–8500 feet
40
Insulation "US"
50
Ceramic glue Thermofix tube 115 g
2037 312
1
1
1
60
Air baffle CE124 5 sections top/bottom
63011005
-
-
1
70
Screw CE M5x12 CombiTorx
-
-
2
80
Screw CE M4x12 CombiTorx
-
-
2
90
Glass pane Tempax 30x30.3.3 mm
5447 620
1
1
1
Burner mounting set GA124
63015551
-
-
-
See burner
mounting set
See burner
mounting set
Tab. 22 Burner grate
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
76
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 63
12
Burner grate
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
77
12
Parts lists
USER NOTE
The complete burner is supplied only in
the model for natural gas G20 for 08500 feet. If a different model of burner is
wanted, the corresponding gas
conversion parts must be included in the
order. The replaced parts must remain
with the heating system for a possible
future reconversion.
Specifications
Gas burner CE124 (Î Fig. 64)
Item
no.
10
Description
Buderus
article number
Model 17
Quantity/
model
Model 23
Quantity/
model
Model 30
Quantity/
model
Gas burner CE124 G20 "US"
6301-
5513
5514
5515
LP kit. GA124 (G31) 0-8500 "US/CA"
6303-
7804
7805
7805
LP kit. GA124 (G31) 8501-12000 "US/CA"
6303-
7807
7808
7808
NG kit. GA124 (G20) 0-8500 "US/CA"
6303-
7806
7812
7812
NG kit. GA124 (G20) 8501-12000 "US/CA"
6303
7810
7811
7811
Tab. 23 Burner types, gas conversion parts
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
78
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Parts lists
Fig. 64
12
Gas burner CE124
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
79
13
Specifications
13 Specifications
Main gas orifice identification and rated orifice pressure for natural gas
Boiler size
Number of nozzles
17
23
30
Main gas orifice identification
for altitudes [feet]
0–8500 ft1)
8501–12000 ft2)
265
250
250
260
245
245
2
3
4
Rated manifold
pressure
[in. W.C.]
3.6
3.6
3.5
Tab. 24 Main gas orifice identification and rated manifold pressure for natural gas
Main gas orifice identification and rated orifice pressure for LP gas
Boiler size
Number of orifices
17
23
30
Main gas orifice identification
for altitudes [feet]
0–8500 ft2)
8501–12000 ft2)
175
160
160
170
155
155
2
3
4
Rated manifold
pressure
[in. W.C.]
8.9
9.9
9.5
Tab. 25 Main gas orifice identification and rated manifold pressure for LP gas
1) factory setting
2) use conversion parts only as directed by the technical
documentation
USER NOTE
If the installation location is over 8500 feet
above sea level, please contact Buderus
for the required conversion components.
Do not attempt to convert the boiler
without the approved Buderus parts and
the relevant technical documentation.
The technical documentation is included with the
conversion parts (accessories).
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
80
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Wiring diagrams
14
14 Wiring diagrams
Fig. 65
Wiring diagram – Model GA124
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
81
14
Fig. 66
Wiring diagrams
Wiring diagram – Model GA124
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
82
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
Wiring diagrams
Fig. 67
14
Wiring diagram – GA124 with Logamatic 2107 or Logamatic 2109 control
We reserve the right to make any changes due to technical modifications.
Installation and maintenance instructions Logano GA124 special gas-fired boiler • Issue 04/2005
83
Heating Contractor:
PRODUCTS MANUFACTURED BY
BBT Thermotechnik GmbH
35573 Wetzlar
www.buderus.de
BBT North America Corporation
50 Wentworth Avenue
Londonderry, NH 03053
Tel: 603-552-1100 ● Fax: 603-584-1681
www.buderus.net
BBT North America Corporation reserves the right to make changes without notice
due to continuing engineering and technological advances.
Download PDF
Similar pages