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Astral Pool HX120 Operating instructions
Hurlcon Gas Fired
Hot Water Boiler
H120 & H150 S & B Models
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
HURLCON Manufacturing & Sales Pty. Ltd. A.B.N. 97 007 284 504
48 Hanna Street, Noble Park, VICTORIA. 3174
Telephone: (03) 9554 2200 Facsimile: (03) 9554 2270
www.hurlcon.com.au email: service@hurlcon.com.au
Information and specifications subject to change without notice.
Rev 136-1105
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................... 1
1.0
INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................... 3
1.1
2.0
MODELS AVAILABLE .................................................................................................... 4
2.1
3.0
4.0
5.0
6.0
NOTICE TO INSTALLERS ..................................................................................... 3
STANDARD EQUIPMENT...................................................................................... 4
INSTALLATION ............................................................................................................... 5
3.1
SAFETY RULES ...................................................................................................... 5
3.2
GUIDE TO INSTALLATION................................................................................... 6
3.3
CLEARANCES ........................................................................................................ 7
3.4
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION ................................................................................ 7
3.5
BOILER DIMENSIONS ........................................................................................... 8
3.6
INDOOR INSTALLATION...................................................................................... 8
3.7
VENTILATION – AIR SUPPLY TO THE BOILER................................................. 9
3.8
HEATING PIPE SIZE & LAYOUT........................................................................ 10
3.9
SIZING OF PRESSURE VESSEL .......................................................................... 10
COMMISSIONING ......................................................................................................... 11
4.1
STARTING BOILER.............................................................................................. 11
4.2
TESTING BURNER PRESSURE ........................................................................... 11
4.3
FLOW SWITCH ..................................................................................................... 11
4.4
GENUS IV 3 BUTTON CONTROLLER…………………………………………...12
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................... 12
5.1
ENERGY SAVING TIPS........................................................................................ 13
5.2
MAINTENANCE ................................................................................................... 13
5.3
CONTROL SYSTEMS ........................................................................................... 13
GAS CONVERSION ........................................................................................................ 15
6.1
BURNER CONVERSION ...................................................................................... 15
6.2
GAS – COMPONENT INFORMATION ................................................................ 16
6.3
GAS PIPE SIZING TABLES .................................................................................. 16
7.0
TROUBLESHOOTING ................................................................................................... 17
8.0
H120 – H150 WIRING DIAGRAM ................................................................................. 18
8.1
9.0
MODEL H120 – H150 WITH HEATSAVER ........................................................ 18
ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY............................................................................. 19
H120 –H150 Hot Water Boilers
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on your purchase of a Hurlcon H120 - H150 Series Hot Water Boiler. Correct
installation and service of your new heating system and correct chemical maintenance of the water
will ensure years of service. The H120 - H150 Series Boiler is a compact lightweight and efficient
gas fired hot water boiler. It is equipped with features that take advantage of new technology
developed exclusively by Hurlcon.
The Hurlcon Boiler is a floor mounted atmospheric boiler with a built in balanced flue for outdoor
installation. The power output is controlled by an integrated electronic controller to maintain the set
point water temperature over a wide load range. In addition, the Hurlcon Boiler is equipped with
electronic ignition. The electronic display tells at a glance the operational status of the boiler.
1.1 NOTICE TO INSTALLERS
This is a Floor Mounted - External – Hot Water Boiler
For use with Natural Gas or LP Gas as per the attached data label.
The information below is given to assist the installer with the installation of this range of H120 –
H150 Boilers. Please read it carefully in order to make the installation as easy as possible and to
ensure the system works well and conforms to the necessary government regulations.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE STARTING THE INSTALLATION.
It is important that this boiler is installed and serviced as detailed in these instructions by an
AUTHORISED person.
This boiler is to be installed and serviced to the requirements of the
Local Building, Gas, Water and Electricity Authorities.
These instructions are to be held by the owner / user after installation.
This boiler must not be used as a SPA or POOL Heater
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the installation instructions, local gas fitting
regulations, the AGA Installation Code AG 601 and any other relevant statutory authorities.
Refer to data plate for details of gas type, gas consumption and burner pressure.
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2.0 MODELS AVAILABLE
Details
Height
Length
Width
Gas input
Gas type
Nom output
Ignition system
Heat exchanger/burner
Boiler Thermostat
Pressure relief
Expansion vessel
Circulator
Hi limit Thermostat
Run on timer
Pressure reduction valve
Packed weight
Model
120S & 120B
Model
150S & 150B
900
510
900
640
390
105 MJ
144 MJ
Natural & L P Gas
24 kW (82,000Btu)
35 kW (119,000Btu)
Electronic Ignition
All copper/stainless steel
digital Electronic Genus 1V
300kPa (3 Bar)
7 litre diaphragm (~60lt system)*
In line Centrifugal Pump*
100 oC manual reset
Electronic temperature and time based.
1 Bar pre-set *
50kg
60kg
2.1 STANDARD EQUIPMENT
Electronic control including.
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Displays set and flow temperature.
Electronic ignition
Safety devices
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Built in flow switch
Built in run on timer
Manual reset high limit
Built to last
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All copper double row heat exchanger
Stainless steel burners
Fully powder coated steel cabinet
Powder coated flue terminal
Efficiency
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Hot surface ignition
Highly efficient stainless steel burners
Ease of installation
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Fully plumbed ready to go, including circulator*, expansion tank*, pressure reduction valve*
& 1” flow – return isolation valves.
All electrical pre wired including three pin power supply.
(* not supplied with ‘B’ model boiler)
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3.0 INSTALLATION
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON.
Refer to boiler data plate for specifications of gas type, gas consumption, burner pressure and water
pressure.
This appliance must be installed in accordance with local regulations and A.G.A. Installation Code
AG 601.
The flow and return connections are located on the rear of the boiler. The flow and return
connections are clearly marked and the connections are 1” BSP FI.
The Hurlcon Boiler is fitted with a built in flow switch and will not start unless full of water and the
pump is operating.
The Hurlcon Boiler incorporates a balanced flue terminal and is suitable for outdoor installation. An
internal model is available on request.
3.1 SAFETY RULES
For your safety – read before lighting
This appliance is equipped with an ignition device, which automatically lights the burner. Do not
try to light the burner by hand.
BEFORE OPERATING smell all around the appliance area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the
floor because some gas is heavier than air and will settle on the floor.
Safety
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
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Do not try to light any gas appliance.
Do not touch any electrical switch.
Turn off the gas supply at the gas meter.
Immediately call your gas supplier or licensed gas fitter.
NOTE. Some gases are heavier than air and it may be necessary to smell for leaks at
floor level.
House keeping
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Do not store or use flammable liquids or chemicals near this appliance.
Do not use aerosols in the vicinity of this gas appliance.
Keep this appliance free of debris.
WARNING:
Should overheating occur or the gas supply fail to shut off, turn off the manual gas control valve
to the appliance.
Do not use this boiler if any part has been under water.
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3.2 GUIDE TO INSTALLATION
Location of Flue Terminals – An extract from AG 601
Minimum Clearances Required For Balanced Flue Terminals or The Terminals Of Outdoor
Appliances.
a
j
h
j
openable
window
e
h
n
f
k
e
See note 3
d
P
h
door
g
d
M
I
c
c
T
j
b
T
T
g
k
See note 2
M = Gas meter
P = Electricity meter
or fuse box
T = Flue terminal
I = Mechanical air inlet
Shading indicates prohibited
areas for flue terminals
MIN. CLEARANCE
(mm)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
K
N
Below eaves, balconies and other projections
Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
From the ground, above a balcony or other surface
From a return wall or external corner
From a gas meter (M)
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
From a drain pipe or soil pipe
Horizontally from any building structure (unless appliance approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
From any other flue terminal, cowl, or combustion air intake
Horizontally from an openable window, door, non-mechanical air inlet, or any
other opening into a building with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
Appliances over 150 MJ/h input (natural draught)
Appliances over 200 MJ/h input
All fan-assisted flue appliances, in direction of discharge
From a mechanical air inlet, including a spa blower
Vertically below an openable window, non-mechanical air inlet, or any other
opening into a building with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
300
500
300
500
1000
500
150
500
500
500
Deleted:
500
1500
1500
1500
1500
See table
Deleted:
Deleted:
Deleted:
Deleted:
CLEARANCE ‘n’ (mm)
Space heaters
All other appliances
Up to 50 MJ/h
input
Up to 50 MJ/h
input
Over 50 MJ/h &
up 150 MJ/h
Over 150 MJ/h
input
150
500
1000
1500
NOTES: 1
All distances are measured to the nearest part of the terminal.
2
Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
3
See Clause 5.13.6.6 for restrictions on a flue terminal under a covered area.
4
See Appendix J, Figures J1(a) and J2(a), for clearances required from a flue terminal to an LP Gas cylinder.
A flue terminal is considered to be a source of ignition.
The above information is part of AG 601 FIGURE 5.3 as supplied by the AGA and is provided as an indication of the
correct clearances only. Please refer to the latest issue of AG 601.
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Deleted:
Deleted:
3.3 CLEARANCES
The boiler must be installed at least 500mm from any combustible surface. Clearances must comply
with AG 601.
Clearances from non combustible surfaces are:
Front
Both sides
Rear
Above
Combustible Surfaces
500mm
500mm
80mm
1500mm
500mm Minimum
Boiler must be installed on a fireproof base.
3.4 ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
The boiler is supplied with a standard 10 amp 3 pin plug for connection to a 240V 10 amp GPO.
The boiler incorporates a 240/24 VAC transformer which supplies power to the control circuit only
and must not be used for any additional equipment. All equipment connected to mains power
should be protected by an RCD circuit breaker. The boiler has a 240 volt power supply for the pump
electrical connection which incorporates the pump run on feature. A terminal strip is provided for a
24 volt room thermostat.
To enable temperature set-back, cut the blue wire loop at the 4 way connector attached to the control
board. Extend the blue wires to a remote switch or timer with volts free contacts. With contacts
closed, Set 1 is enabled. With contacts open, Set is enabled.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
3.4.1 GAS CONNECTION
A ¾”BSP FI is provided for gas line connection. An approved manual shut off valve must be
installed in the gas fitting line before the boiler so that the gas can be turned off and the boiler
removed for servicing if required. The gas shut off valve should be sized the same as the gas fitting
line to prevent excessive pressure drop in the gas pipe.
The gas fitting line should be installed by an authorised person and comply with local regulations
and A.G.A. code AG 601. The gas line from the meter will usually be of a larger size than the gas
inlet connection. Therefore a reduction to the boiler connection fitting will be necessary. The
reduction should be as close to the boiler as possible.
Before using the boiler, test all connections for gas leaks using soapy water.
The boiler gas valve has a built in pressure regulator with a ⅛” pressure test point provided. On
starting the boiler, a manometer must be used and burner pressure checked against the boiler data
plate. The gas valve regulator may need adjustment to correct manifold pressure. Incorrect burner
pressure may void warranty.
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3.5 BOILER DIMENSIONS
Side Plumbing
Front
Side Controls
900
60
70
H120 – 510
H150 - 640
105 130 130
390
85
Cold feed ½” FI
.
Flow & Return 1” FI
Gas inlet ¾” FI
3.6 INDOOR INSTALLATION
If the H120 - 150 Boiler is to be installed indoors, an indoor draught hood kit must be purchased
from Hurlcon and installed on the Boiler to convert it to an indoor model.
Product code numbers for draught hoods are:
Boiler model
H120
H150
Indoor top model
DH 12
DH 15
Flue size
125 mm
150mm
Part number
10134
10970
A flue no smaller than the draught diverter diameter must be installed and terminated with an
approved gas flue cowl (not a Chinaman’s hat) 600mm above any roofline that is within 1.5 metres
horizontally from the flue.
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3.7 VENTILATION – AIR SUPPLY TO THE BOILER
When installing the boiler indoors, it is imperative that an adequate supply of fresh air is provided
for combustion. Failure to provide adequate ventilation voids all warranties and may be a danger to
persons or property. Please refer to AG 601 for full details.
Two permanent openings shall be provided directly to outside. The openings shall be located to
ensure the distance between the top of the upper opening and the ceiling of the room or enclosure,
and the distance between the bottom of the lower opening and the floor of the room or enclosure
does not exceed 5% of the height of the room or enclosure.
The minimum vertical dimension of any free ventilation opening shall be 6 mm.
The minimum free ventilation area provided by each opening shall be:
MODELS
AREA mm2
H120
35,000
H150
50,000
The following diagram is provided as a guide only. All fluing and installation work must be carried
out by an authorized person. Fluing must conform to local regulations and to A.G.A. installation
code AG 601. Care must be taken to provide the correct ventilation and correct fluing materials in
close proximity to combustible surfaces.
1500
600
Approved gas
termination cowl
Bolted
sleeve to
connect flue
Draft diverter
purchased
from Hurlcon
Upper grille for fresh
air ventilation
Lower grille for fresh
air ventilation
A Hurlcon indoor draught diverter must be fitted to unit in accordance with Hurlcon’s
Instructions and Installation Codes before the boiler can be enclosed.
Do not install spa blowers in the same room as a gas boiler. This is potentially dangerous to
spa users.
Do not store chemicals or fuel in the same room as the gas boiler. This may cause fire or
explosion.
When installing in a garage the H120 – 150 Boiler must be installed 450 mm above floor level.
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3.8 HEATING PIPE SIZE & LAYOUT
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The flow & return connection sizes of 1”BSP on the boiler are not necessarily the correct
pipe sizes for the heating system. It is important that the pipe sizes are correctly calculated
before installation.
Hurlcon recommend a two pipe system with the pipes sized according to the flow
requirements and length of runs with a maximum water velocity of 1.5 M/s.
Reference The Institute of Plumbing Australia. - “SELECTION & SIZING OF COPPER
TUBES FOR PIPING SYSTEMS”.
Nominal flow capacities
Model
120
150
Output
24 kW
35 kW
Flow rates
0.38 l/s
0.53 l/s
Typical two pipe system
DT
15 °C
15 °C
pd
8 kPa
14 kPa
min Pipe dia
20 mm
25 mm
F & R length
6.0 m
4.5 m
Radiator/Heat emitter
Flow
Flow
Flow
Hydronic Boiler
Bypass valve
Return
Notes
1. An automatic heating bypass valve should be fitted to maintain adequate flow rate through the
boiler when thermostatic valves are fitted and or when the majority of radiators are required to be
turned off for long periods of time.
2. Any pipe work that is in an unheated area such as under the floor or in the ceiling space should be
suitably insulated to prevent heat loss and possible freezing of the pipes.
3. The pipe work should be graded to facilitate the elimination of air at the highest point and the
draining of the system at the lowest point. Provide air bleeds and drains at these points.
3.9 SIZING OF PRESSURE VESSEL
If the total water capacity of the heating
system is greater than 60 litres then an
additional pressure vessel should be fitted.
An approximate figure can be calculated
from the following table. An additional
tank can be fitted at a convenient location
on the system if required.
H120 –H150 Hot Water Boilers
Item
Therma rad Radiators
Thermaboard single
Thermaboard double
Copper tube 25 mm
Copper tube 20 mm
Copper tube 15 mm
Capacity
litres
0.70
0.22
0.44
0.44
0.23
0.10
per
kW
metre
metre
metre
metre
metre
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4.0 COMMISSIONING
4.1 STARTING BOILER
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Fill system with water and purge all air from system and pump.
Purge gas line of any air and wait five minutes for gas to clear.
Plug three pin plug into a suitable power point and switch on. Digital controller should now
operate and indicate water temperature.
Pump should start, the flow symbol should be displayed.
Turn controller switch ON.
After a few seconds, the burner should ignite. (Do not light by any other means.)
If the burner fails to light, check flow indicator is on. Turn controller switch OFF for 5
seconds then ON to reset ignition system. (Trouble shooting page 19.)
Allow boiler to run. Check there are no leaks and there is flow to all of system.
4.2 TESTING BURNER PRESSURE
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Set up manometer
Turn boiler “OFF”.
Remove screw from ⅛” brass test point located on outlet side of gas valve.
Connect manometer tube to test point
Turn boiler “ON” and wait for main burner to ignite.
Once main burner has ignited, the manometer must indicate the nominal burner pressure
listed below.
To adjust gas valve regulator, remove regulator adjustment cap and, using a screwdriver, turn
plastic bush clockwise to increase, anti-clockwise to decrease burner pressure.
Check all gas connections are tight and not leaking.
Maximum inlet gas pressure is:
Natural Gas 3.5 kPa
Propane Gas
3.5 kPa
ULPG
3.5 kPa
Nominal burner pressure is:
Natural Gas kPa
Propane Gas kPa
ULPG kPa
H120
0.82
2.50
2.00
H150
0.82
2.50
2.00
4.3 FLOW SWITCH
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The Hurlcon Boiler has an inbuilt flow switch which allows the burner to operate only when
the system is full of water and the circulating pump is operating. NOTE: The installed flow
switch has no user adjustments.
Air in the system may stop the boiler from lighting.
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4.4 GENUS IV 3 BUTTON CONTROLLER
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90° or 55° operation. H series boilers are set factory default 90°. For floor heat
applications the boiler can be selected for 55° max setpoint by a jumper on the PCB. (See
page 18).
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Hurlcon Genus IV room thermostat. If a Hurlcon Genus IV room thermostat is fitted the
Genus boiler control will ‘learn’ automatically when powered up after approx 1 minute. If
the thermostat is disconnected or loses communication F5 fault will be displayed and the
boiler will shut down after 3 minutes. To change thermostat type see table below. The
thermostat selector switch will also need to be set, see page 18.
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Switching differential. The temperature switching differential can be adjusted to stop short
cycling. See table below for appropriate codes. (Default 5°.)
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°F or °C. The display can be toggled between Celsius and Fahrenheit. See table below for
codes. (Default °C.)
With the unit switched off, press and hold the on/off button then press the following.
Button presses
3
D
D
Degrees C
Degrees F
1
U
U
2
D
D
Genus IV thermostat
Standard thermostat
U
U
D
D
U
U
D
U
5 ° differential
10 ° differential
15 ° differential
20 ° differential
D
D
D
D
D
D
D
U
D
U
U
D
U
D
U
D
U = warm button
4
D
U
D = cool button
5.0 OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
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STOP! Read the safety rules on page 5 section 3.1.
Turn off electric power to appliance.
This appliance is equipped with an ignition device, which automatically lights the burner.
Do not try to light the burner by hand.
Wait five minutes to clear out any gas. If you then smell gas, STOP! Refer to instructions
above.
Turn on power to appliance.
Set thermostat to desired setting and press ON/OFF switch to ON. The boiler will ignite in
around 10 seconds
If the appliance will not operate, press ON/OFF switch to OFF then ON again. If the
appliance still does not ignite, check trouble shooting on page 19 or call your service
technician.
TO TURN GAS OFF TO APPLIANCE
• Turn off all electrical power to the appliance.
• Turn off gas tap in gas line prior to boiler.
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5.1 ENERGY SAVING TIPS
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During extended periods of non use, turn the boiler off.
Set up a regular program of preventative maintenance for the boiler. Check heat exchanger,
controls, burner operation etc.
For areas where there is a danger of freezing, water should circulate through your boiler even
if the heating is off.
5.2 MAINTENANCE
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It is recommended that the following items are professionally checked at least every six
months and at the beginning of every heating season.
Examine the balanced flue or indoor draught diverter. Make sure there are no obstructions to
the flow of air to, or flue products from, the appliance.
Visually check the main burner and pilot flames. If the flame appears yellow, the burner
should be cleaned by a qualified service technician.
Keep the boiler area clear and free of combustibles and flammable liquids. Chlorine should
not be stored in the vicinity of the boiler. Chlorine vapours, when drawn through a boiler,
can rapidly cause corrosion of the heat exchanger.
Keep the boiler area free from garden refuse and debris. This will help prevent insects
nesting in the unit and ensure extended life and reliability of your boiler.
5.3 CONTROL SYSTEMS
ON/OFF
WARM
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HURLCON
COOL
HURLCON
5.3.1 DESCRIPTION
The sophisticated digital thermostat provides temperature read out, set point temperature and
operating status of the boiler. The electronic display indicates the operational status of the boiler
and any fault conditions.
5.3.2 TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
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The temperature display indicates water temperature in the outlet (flow) of the boiler.
Therefore the pump must be operating for an accurate water temperature to be displayed.
Water temperature can be set between 55˚C to 90˚C. (35˚C to 55˚C floor heat). To select
your desired water temperature press the up or down button repeatedly until the desired
temperature is reached.
Fitting of an external switch allows temperature set-back via two adjustable set points. (See
section
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To prevent rapid cycling of the boiler, the thermostat has an inbuilt time delay which
prevents the boiler from turning on for two minutes after the set point has been reached. If
the time delay is activated, the symbol “L” will be displayed. This is part of normal
operation.
The thermostat can be set to temperatures between 55˚C to 90˚C. (35˚C to 55˚C floor heat).
It also incorporates several safety features including a 100˚C high limit function to prevent
overheating. On simultaneous shut down of the circulating pump and boiler, the water within
the boiler may exceed the set temperature for a short period. If the pump and boiler are
restarted during this period, the thermostat will go into a standby mode and prevent the boiler
from relighting until the temperature within the boiler has dropped below the set
temperature.
If the optional set-back function is used, both set points (Set, Set 1) need to be adjusted
independently. These are each adjustable over the full thermostat range.
Should the thermostat fail to stop the boiler at the set point or at 100˚C, there is a manual
reset temperature limiting safety device designed to lock the boiler out and prevent further
heating. Plus a lock out condition is indicated by the symbols F1 or F2. To reset a lock out
condition, turn the controller off for five seconds. An F2 condition will first require the
mechanical safety device to be reset. To do this, remove the rear access panel and press the
red button. If the boiler has cooled sufficiently, a positive “click” should be heard and felt.
5.3.3 FAULT INDICATION
Under fault conditions the thermostat display will indicate a set of alpha numeric symbols to
indicate the status of the boiler. The meaning of each symbol and action to be taken are listed as
follows:
SYMBOL
Temp
Display
F0
MEANING
Unit has power.
ACTION
No action
If water temperature reads greater than 0°C, turn
off/on if problem persists phone for service.
F5
Boiler locked off, thermistor wire is
disconnected or water at 0°C
(freeze conditions).
Thermostat reads greater than
100°C or thermistor short circuited.
Mechanical Hi Limit greater than
100°C.
Thermostat communication fault
L
Boiler locked out on time delay
F1
F2
Pump operating & sufficient water
flow to operate boiler
Allow water to cool, turn boiler off then on
again.
Allow water to cool, reset Hi Limit, turn boiler
off then on again.
Check connections. Check thermostat ‘type’
setting is correct.
No action. Boiler will delay for 2 minutes
Automatically reset after time delay. Or switch
off then on again for immediate ignition.
No action.
Thermostat calling for heat
operating.
No action, boiler electronic ignition should
ignite in a few seconds.
Burner system has ignited and is
operating.
No action.
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5.3.4 OPERATION
Sequence of events once the boiler has been correctly installed with the room thermostat and burner
turned off.
Event
Turn on electrical power to the boiler
Turn on room thermostat
Turn controller on.
Water flow reaches set temperature.
Water flow temperature falls 5°C
below set temperature.
Water flow temperature reaches 100°C
Controller turned off
Room thermostat switches off
Room thermostat switches on
Water flow stopped by external control
Water flow is reinstated
Result
Controller powers up and completes test procedure.
Pump starts up. Flow indicator on.
Ignition sequence begins; checks water flow, high limit
and flow temperature against set temperature.
Burner lights.
Burner indicator on.
Burner turns off.
Burner relights.
Burner indicator on.
High limit switch opens, burner shuts down. Pump
continues to run.
Burner shuts down, pump continues to run.
Burner shuts down, pump continues to run till water
temperature drops to 40˚C.
Pump restarts, burner ignites.
Flow switch de-activates, burner turns off and pump
continues to run.
Flow indicator off.
Flow switch reactivates, burner re ignites.
Flow indicator on.
6.0 GAS CONVERSION
6.1 BURNER CONVERSION
Gas type burner conversion
• Turn off the gas at the external gas valve and turn off the power.
• Remove the access panels from all available sides.
• Disconnect internal gas pipe from inlet side of gas valve.
• Remove the four screws holding the burner assembly in position.
• Disassemble burner tray and remove ribbon burners to expose burner injectors.
• Remove burner injectors and replace with the correct sized injectors for the gas.
• Remove regulator screw cap from top of gas valve.
• Turn plastic plug anti-clockwise until fully removed and withdraw spring.
• Insert spring for desired gas type and re-install plastic plug.
• Re-install burner assembly and reconnect gas supply make sure all gas joints are tight
and the earth screw is replaced.
• Check gas system for leaks.
• Commence lighting procedure as described above.
• Adjust burner pressure as described above.
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6.2 GAS – COMPONENT INFORMATION
Model
Injector
size
Natural Gas
Burner
pressure
Injector
size
Propane Gas
Burner
pressure
Injector
size
ULPG Gas
Burner
pressure
H120
1.25mm
0.90 kPa
0.75mm
2.50 kPa
0.75mm
2.00 kPa
H150
1.25mm
0.90 kPa
0.75mm
2.50 kPa
0.75mm
2.00 kPa
6.3 GAS PIPE SIZING TABLES
Natural gas at 1.13 kPa gas meter pressure
VICTORIA
Maximum run of copper pipe with average number of fittings
Model
20 mm
25 mm
32 mm
40 mm
H120
4m
25 m
90 m
260 m
H150
2m
14 m
50 m
140 m
1.25 kPa gas meter pressure
S.A., W.A., some areas N.S.W.
Maximum run of copper pipe with average number of fittings
Model
20 mm
25 mm
32 mm
40 mm
H120
18 m
85 m
300 m
320 m
H150
10 m
45 m
160 m
320 m
50 mm
320 m
320m
50 mm
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2.75 kPa gas meter pressure
N.S.W. some areas, some new areas of Victoria.
Maximum run of copper pipe with average number of fittings
Model
15 mm
20 mm
25 mm
32 mm
H120
12 m
100 m
320 +m
H150
8m
65 m
260 m
320 +m
NO allowance has been made for other appliances connected to the gas main. This
information is supplied as an indication of the capacities only. Refer to the latest issue of
AG601 for full details.
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7.0 TROUBLESHOOTING
BOILER WILL NOT LIGHT
Possible cause
Remedy
Automatic ignition system fails
Check water flow light indicator.
Pump not running
Check pump and flow switch
Pump air locked
Air bleed system & pump bearing
Flow switch open
Check continuity
Defective gas control
Shut off gas supply and call for service
Thermostat turned off
Turn on
Set temperature lower than water temperature
Increase set temperature
Water too hot-fault condition displayed
Refer to fault indication table
High Limit Thermostat open
Reset
Insufficient water flow
Check for too many valves turned off
BOILER MAKING KNOCKING NOISES
Possible cause
Remedy
Boiler operating after pump has shut off
Shut off gas supply and call for service
Heat exchanger scaled
Shut off gas supply and call for service
If the boiler cannot be made to perform correctly, please contact the Hurlcon Service Office closest
to you.
For
VICTORIA:
NEW SOUTH WALES:
QUEENSLAND:
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
Phone (03) 9765 9765
Phone (02) 9674 8544
Phone (07) 3393 3233
Phone (08) 8345 5755
Phone (08) 9258 9322
For all other areas, please contact our Victorian office.
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8.0 H120 – H150 WIRING DIAGRAM
8.1 MODEL H120 – H150 WITH HEATSAVER
8.2
55 – 90 DEGREE SETTING & THERMOSTAT SELECTION
By changing the jumper position the boiler
maximum setpoint can be altered from 90° to
55°. This should be done prior to start up,
however if this is done after power has been
applied to the boiler un- plugging and
reconnecting power will ensure the correct
setting. This is located on the rear of the
Genus control board at the front of the Boiler.
H120 –H150 Hot Water Boilers
If the optional Hurlcon Genus room
thermostat is used the thermostat selector
switch is required to be set to the correct
position. This switch is located at the rear of
the electrical panel within the boiler cabinet as
shown.
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9.0 ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
GENERAL CONDITIONS
Hurlcon cover your boiler with a limited 1 year warranty against defective materials and
workmanship from the date of purchase (plus 30 days to allow for installation).
The heat
exchanger, burner and cabinet are covered by a five year limited warranty (plus 30 days to allow for
installation). Proof of purchase date must be provided in order to substantiate warranty claim.
The warranty includes in field labour costs where the boiler is installed in a capital city metropolitan
area. Labour charges apply to boilers installed outside of these areas. Any costs for transport of
faulty or replacement parts, removal or reinstallation are the owner’s responsibility.
Hurlcon assumes no liability for consequential damages of any kind.
Like your motor vehicle, your new boiler requires periodic service and maintenance to keep it
operating in top condition and at maximum efficiency. An annual service by one of our qualified
service technicians is highly recommended.
LIMITATIONS
All warranties only apply if the boiler is installed and operated in complete compliance with the
installation and operating instructions. The warranty shall not apply to any boilers or parts that
have been subject to accident, negligence, alteration, abuse or misuse.
ADDITIONAL WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS:
This warranty does not cover failures or malfunctions resulting from:
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Failure to properly install, operate or maintain the boiler in accordance with our printed
instructions provided.
Abuse, alteration, accident, fire, flood and the like. Examples of misuse or neglect include,
but are not limited to, physical damage from external force, not following installation
instructions, leaving door off for extended periods of time, inappropriate application of the
boiler, etc.
Scaling, freezing, or other conditions causing an inadequate water circulation.
Incorrect gas pressure or gas supply.
Incorrect or excessive flow rate of water.
Failing to correctly bleed water system of air.
Chemical contamination of combustion air or use of chemical additives to the water.
Printed Circuit Boards: This item is warranted against all claims except for power surges,
lightening strikes, wilful damage or water damage
No person is authorised to make any warranties on Hurlcon’s behalf.
contact your nearest Hurlcon office.
To place a service call,
Hurlcon Manufacturing & Sales Pty. Limited
Victoria:
New South Wales:
Ph: (03) 9554 2275
Ph: (02) 9674 8544
Fax: (03) 9554 2272 Fax: (02) 9674 8522
Queensland:
Ph: (07) 3393 3233
Fax: (07) 3393 3255
South Australia:
Ph: (08) 8345 5755
Fax: (08) 8345 5211
Western Australia:
Ph: (08) 9258 9322
Fax: (08) 9258 9344
Website: www.hurlcon.com.au
Email: service@hurlcon.com.au
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