Lignator
LIGNATOR
Manual for boiler operation and installation
GB_2015_21
Table of contents:
page
1
Boiler use and advantages ...................................................................................................................... 3
2
Boiler technical data ................................................................................................................................ 3
3
Description ............................................................................................................................................... 7
3.1
4
Boiler construction ............................................................................................................................. 7
Positioning and installation ...................................................................................................................... 8
4.1
Regulations and guidelines................................................................................................................ 8
4.2
Positioning possibilities ...................................................................................................................... 9
5
Delivery and assembly .......................................................................................................................... 11
5.1
Delivery and accessories ................................................................................................................. 11
5.2
Assembly procedure ........................................................................................................................ 12
5.2.1
Installation of smoke extension (only for the size of 8 – 10 sections) ......................................... 12
5.2.2
Boiler drum installation ................................................................................................................ 13
5.2.3
Placement of fireclay plates and turbulators ................................................................................ 14
5.2.4
Boiler shells and wiring system assembly ................................................................................... 15
5.2.5
Assembly tools for brush ............................................................................................................. 19
5.2.6
Electric wiring diagrams ............................................................................................................... 20
5.2.7
Filling the heating system with water: .......................................................................................... 23
5.2.8
Boiler hydraulic diagram .............................................................................................................. 23
6
Commissioning ...................................................................................................................................... 24
6.1
Verification activities before commissioning .................................................................................... 24
6.2
Boiler commissioning ....................................................................................................................... 24
6.3
Regulation and safety elements ...................................................................................................... 24
6.4
Equipment for surplus heat removal ................................................................................................ 25
6.5
Superfluous heat removal equipment- storage reservoirs ............................................................... 26
7
Boiler operation by user ........................................................................................................................ 27
7.1
Firing a boiler ................................................................................................................................... 27
7.2
Operation ......................................................................................................................................... 28
8
Maintenance .......................................................................................................................................... 28
9
IMPORTANT WARNING ....................................................................................................................... 29
10
Instructions for product disposal after its lifetime extinction .................................................................. 30
11
Guarantee and reliability for defects...................................................................................................... 30
2
Dear customer
We thank you that you have bought LIGNATOR, a boiler thus having shown your confidence in
VIADRUS a.s.
For you to get used to a correct way of handling your new product from the beginning please read at first this
manual for its usage (first of all the chapter no. 7 – Boiler operation by user, chapter no. 8 – Maintenance
and chapter no. 9 – IMPORTANT WARNING). Please follow the stated information whereby a longstanding
and trouble-free boiler operation will be guaranteed to both your and our satisfaction.
1
Boiler use and advantages
LIGNATOR is a cast-iron sectional low-pressure boiler designated for combustion of wood. Combustion of
other materials like plastics is impermissible.
Five-sectional size of LIGNATOR boiler is suitable for heat sources reconstructions in independent
tenements, for smaller residential premises and leisure amenities. Bigger sizes of boilers meet the demands
on heating the houses, shops, schools etc.
The boiler is manufactured in warm-water design with forced heating water circulation and working
overpressure up to 400 kPa (4 bar). Before dispatch the boiler is tested for tightness by applying 800 kPa
(8 bar) overpressure.
The boiler is designated for heating both closed heating systems.
Boiler advantages:
1. A high lifetime of the cast-iron heat exchanger and all other parts with regard to the quality of used
materials.
2. Long-term verified construction.
3. Sophisticated manufacturing technology on the automatic forming lines with a constant and verified
quality of the manufacturing process. (ISO 9001, ISO 14 001).
4. Combustion efficiency 89,6 %
5. Simple operation and maintenance.
6. Output graduation by the number of sections.
2
Boiler technical data
Dependence of pressure loss on rate of flow
1800
1600
1400
pz (Pa)
1200
5 sect.
1000
6 sect.
7 sect.
800
8 sect.
9 sect.
600
10 sect.
400
200
0
0
0,5
1
1,5
2
Qz (10-3m3.s-1)
Fig. №. 1
Hydraulic loss of the boiler drum
3
2,5
3
3,5
Tab. №. 1
Dimensions, technical parameters – wood as the fuel
-1
fuel moisture max 20 % fuel efficiency: 14 – 18 MJ. kg
Number of sections
Rated power
Fuel consumption
Fuel efficiency
Combustion chamber volume
Burning time
Flue gases temperature
Flue gases mass flow rate at the
rated power
Efficiency
Boiler category according to
EN 303 - 5
Water space volume
Weight
Combustion chamber depth
Diameter of smoke socket
Boiler dimensions: - height x width
- depth L
- depth L1
Filling hole dimensions
Maximum water operating
overpressure
Minimum water operating
overpressure
Water test overpressure
Hydraulic loss
Water side resistance of the boiler
temperature difference 10K - Q
- Pz
Water side resistance of the boiler
temperature difference 20K - Q
- Pz
Recommended heating water
operating temperature
The lowest temperature of inlet water
at boiler water mains pipe
Noise level
Chimney draught
Boiler connections - heating water
- reverse water
Maximum fuel weight in the chamber
Temperature of cooling water for
safety after-cooling exchanger
Overpressure of cooling water for
safety after-cooling exchanger
Electric voltage
Electric input
IP code
pcs
kW
-1
kg.h
-1
MJ.kg
3
dm
h
°C
-1
g.sec
-1
kg.sec
%
5
13,5
3,74
6
17,5
4,68
7
22,5
6,04
23
37
51
10,85
0,01085
86,6
13,6
0,0136
89,6
-
3
3
5
l
kg
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
kPa
[bar]
kPa
[bar]
kPa
[bar]
-
35
369
260
44,7
421
360
50,4
472
480
8
25,5
6,83
9
30
8,2
10
34
9,28
78
91,5
23,81
0,02381
87,1
26,93
0,02693
87,9
4
3
3
56,1
524
580
61,8
576
680
67,5
628
780
1053
1492
1164
1603
15,01
64,5
2
130 - 160
17,52
19,81
0,01752
0,01981
89,4
87,7
160
1221 x 600
831
942
1270
1381
310 x 236
400
(4)
50
(0,5)
800
(8)
see Fig. No.1
609
1048
720
1159
dm s
0,165
0,214
0,275
0,312
0,367
0,416
mbar
0,108
0,186
0,314
0,334
0,412
0,422
dm s
0,331
0,429
0,551
0,624
0,735
0,858
mbar
0,294
0,373
0,608
0,618
0,765
0,785
3. -1
3. -1
°C
60 – 85
°C
45
dB
mbar
0,15
kg
9
Does not exceed the level 65 dB (A)
0,16
0,15
0,16
0,17
DN 50
DN 50
11
13
15
19
°C
5 – 20
kPa
(bar)
200 – 600
(2 – 6)
1/N/PE AC 230 V ~ 50 Hz, TN-S
73
IP 40
W
4
0,16
23
51
45
45
38
35
34
30
světlý
průřezinvcm
cm
inside
diameter
40
Draft
[Pa] tah [Pa]
Komínový
29
25
27
22
24
20
22
18
20
19
18
17
15
13
10
5
10
15
20
25
30
ActualÚčinná
stack height
výška[m]
komínu [m]
Fig. №. 2
Stack diameter setting
5
Number of sections
L
L1
Fig. №. 3
5
609
1048
6
720
1159
7
831
1270
Connecting dimensions of boiler
6
8
942
1381
9
1053
1492
10
1164
1603
3
Description
3.1
Boiler construction
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Boiler body
Tilting grate
Holder of the tilting grate
Fireclay bottom plate
Fireclay top plate
Turbulator
Ash door (secondary air)
Central part
Stoking door
Air rosette (primary air)
Smoke extension
Conch with fan
Stifling for the rear section (tertiary air)
Fig. №. 4
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
Boiler assembly
7
Axis of stifling for the rear section
Console of stifling right
Console of stifling left
Threaded fflange of heating water
Unitary bulb for output water sensor G1/2“ short
Two-way safety valve DBV 1-02
Threaded fflange of heating and return water
Filling and drain valve
Shell
Switch holder assembly
Electric panel assembly with connectors
Manometer
Control box
The main part of boiler is the cast-iron sectional boiler drum made of the grey cast-iron according to
EN 1561, quality 150.
The pressure parts of boiler meet the demands on the strength according to EN 303-5.
The boiler drum is assembled of sections by means of pressed-in boiler insertions with 56 mm diameter and
secured by anchor bolts. The sections constitute the feeding shaft, the combustion chamber and the ash pan
space, the water space and the convective part. The heating water inlet and outlet are situated in boiler rear
part.
The rear part of boiler in its upper part has a smoke extension/adapter and the heating water flange. In the
lower part there is the reverse water flange. To the front section there are mounted the stoking and ash-pan
doors. Under the ash-pan door there is installed a tilting grate.
The whole boiler drum is insulated by the health harmless mineral insulation which reduces the losses
caused by heat transmission into the environment. The steel shell is coloured by a good quality comaxit
spray.
4
Positioning and installation
4.1
Regulations and guidelines
The solid fuel boiler can only be installed by a firm holding a valid licence to carry out its installation and
maintenance. A project according to the valid regulations must be elaborated for installation. Before the
boiler installation on an older heating system the installation firm must flush out (clean) the whole
system.The heating system must be filled with water meeting the standards that apply in the relevant
country of destination requirements; especially its hardness must not exceed the required
parameters
Tab. №. 2
Recommended values
Hardness
mmol/l
2+
Ca
mmol/l
The total Fe + Mn concentration
mg/l
*) recommended value
1
0,3
(0,3)*
WARNING!!! The use of anti-freeze mixture is not recommended by the manufacturer.
In case of two way safety vent reaction, when there is a possibility of boiler having been filled with
the water, which does not meet the standards that apply in the relevant country of destination
requirements it is necessary to change the water in the heating system so that it meets the standards
requirements again.
a) to the heating system
EN 303-5
Heating boilers – Part 5: Heating boilers for solid fuels, hand and automatically
stocked, nominal heat output of up to 500 kW – Terminology, requirements,
testing and marking.
b) regarding the fire regulations
EN 13501-1 + A1
Fire classification of construction products and building elements – Part 1:
Classification using test data from reaction to fire tests.
c) regarding the electric network
EN 60079-10-1
Explosive atmospheres — Part 10-1: Classification of areas — Explosive gas
atmospheres
EN 60079-14 ed.3
Explosive atmospheres - Part 14: Electrical installations design, selection and
erection
EN 60252-1 ed. 2
Capacitors for AC motors – Part 1: In general – Design, testing, dimensioning
– Safety requirements – Instructions for installation and operation.
EN 60 335-1 ed.2
Electric appliances for household and similar purposes – Safety – Part 1:
General requirements
EN 60 335-2-102
Electric appliances for household and similar purposes – Safety – Part 2-102:
Special demands on appliances containing the electric connections and
burning the gas, oil and solid fuels
EN 60445 ed. 4
Basic and safety principles for man-machine interface, marking and
identification – Identification of equipment terminals, conductor terminations
and conductors
8
EN 61000-6-3 ed. 2
EN 61000-3-2 ed. 3
EN 61000-3-3 ed. 2 (ed. 3)
4.2
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 6-3: Generic standards – Emission
standard for residential, commercial and and light industrial environments
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-2: Limits - Limits for harmonic
current emissions (equipment input current ≤16 A per phase)
Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) - Part 3-3: Limits - Limitation of voltage
changes, voltage fluctuations and flicker in public low-voltage supply systems,
for equipment with rated current ≤16 A per phase and not subject to
conditional connection.
Positioning possibilities
Boiler positioning in the living space (including corridors) is prohibited!
The installation of flue way must provide sufficient draught and to prevent condensation and sooting
through the entire length of the chimney.
A continuous air supply for burning and eventual ventilation must be ensured for the room where the
boiler is installed.
The installation of the boiler must comply with all requirements of standards that apply in the
relevant country of destination.
The boiler positioning with regard to the fire regulations:
1. Installation on a floor made of incombustible material (Fig. No. 5):
the boiler can be installed on a fireproof floor exceeding the boiler platform by 20 mm on the sides
and only up to the boiler drum depth;
If the boiler is positioned in a cellar we recommend to install it on a retaining wall (substruction)
minimum 50 mm high;
install the boiler in the middle of the retaining wall.
2.
A safe distance from the combustible materials:
when installing and operating the boiler it is necessary to keep a safety distance of 200 mm from the
materials of combustibility grade A1, A2, B and C (D);
for easily combustible materials of combustibility grade E (F), which quickly burn and burn
themselves even after removal of ignition source (such as paper, cardboard, asphalt and tar paper,
wood and wood-fiber boards, plastics, floor coverings) the safe distance has to be doubled, i.e. to
400 mm;
safe distance should be doubled as bulb where the grade of reaction to fire has not been proved.
number of sections
L mm]
Fig. №. 5
5
603
6
713
7
823
8
933
Substruction (retaining wall) dimensions
9
9
1043
10
1153
Tab. №. 3
Grade of reaction to fire
Examples of building materials and products included in the reaction to fire
(Extract from EN 13501-1 + A1)
A1 – incombustible
Granite, sandstone, concrete, bricks, ceramic tiles, mortars, fireproof plasters, …
A2 – combustible with difficulty acumin, izumin, heraklit, lignos, boards and basalt felt, fibreglass boards,...
B – hardly combustible
Beech and oak wood, hobrex boards, plywood, werzalit, umakart, sirkolit,...
C (D) – medium combustible
Pinewood, larch, whitewood, chipboard and cork boards, rubber flooring,...
Asphaltboard, fibreboards, cellulose materials, polyurethane, polystyrene,
E (F) – easily combustible
polyethylene, PVC,…
Grade of reaction to fire
Boilers positioning with regard to the necessary handling space:
−
−
−
−
Basic environment according to standards that apply in the relevant country of destination.
In front of the boiler there must be left a minimum handling area of 1000 mm.
Keep minimum 400 mm distance between the rear part of the boiler and the wall.
At least from one lateral face keep minimum 400 mm space for access to rear part of the boiler.
Fuel storage:
− It is out of question to store the fuel behind the boiler or next to the boiler within a distance smaller than
400 mm.
− It is out of question to store the fuel between two boilers in the boiler room.
− The manufacturer recommends to keep minimum 1000 mm distance between the boiler and the fuel or to
store the fuel in a room different from that where the boiler is installed.
Fig. №. 6
Positioning of boiler in boiler room
10
5
Delivery and assembly
5.1
Delivery and accessories
The boiler is wrapped in a transport package and it must not be tilted over during the transport.
The accessories are put inside the boiler drum, accessible only after opening the stoking door.
Standard boiler delivery
•
Boiler on a palette with appropriate number of sections
•
Boiler kit
- set of shell and fan
- flange of heating water
- flange of return water
- handle for brush
- hook for cinder
- flange of return water with distribution tube
- set of smoke extension
- fireclay bottom plate
- fireclay top plate
- fireclay insert
- turbulator
- manufacturing plate
- business technical documentation
•
Including insulation and the ashtray of appropriate size
•
Casing kit
- washer 5,3
- connecting stud
- spring clip
- screw ST 4,8 x 13
- screw M5 x 12
- nut M10
- washer 10,5
•
Boiler electrical equipment kit
- control cabinet
- switch holder assembly
- electric panel (bar fitted by connectors)
- screw M5x12
- serrated washer 5,3
- screw ST 4,8 x 13
- screw M4 x 10
- washer 4
- washer 4,3
•
Set of conductors
- flexo
- H.W. sensor
- speed sensor (Hall’s sensor for fan) - supply
- central heating pump connector
- H.W. pump connector
- exhaust fan - supply
•
Kit
- thermostat bulb 1/2" for 1 sensor
- adjusting screw of regulus
- filling and drain valve G 1/2"
- screw M6 x 10
- washer 6,4
- nut M10
- washer 10,5
- screw M8 x 20
- washer 8,4 of large area
- nut M8
- sealing (asbestosless) 90 x 60 x 3
- sealing 60x48x2
- boiler plug
11
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc - (for 5 - 7 sect. boiler)
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc - (for 8 - 10 sect. boiler)
1 pc - (for 8 - 10 sect. boiler)
2 pcs / (4 pcs – for 10 sect. boiler)
2 pcs / (4 pcs – for 10 sect. boiler)
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
4 pcs
4 pcs
4 pcs
10 pcs
4 pcs
4 pcs
4 pcs
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
4 pcs
4 pcs
10 pcs
2 pcs
2 pcs
2 pcs
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
2 pcs
1 pc
2 pcs
2 pcs
8 pcs
8 pcs
4 pcs
4 pcs
4 pcs
2 pcs
1 pc
1 pc
-
manometer
spring of capillary
pricker for stabbler
handling key
rake hook for stabbler
hooklet assembly
brush 30 x 80 x 110
sealing cord D 6, L=1130 mm
washer 8,4
nutM8
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc
1 pc - (for 8 - 10 sect. boiler)
4 pcs - (for 8 - 10 sect. boiler)
4 pcs - (for 8 - 10 sect. boiler)
Necessary accessories: (is not included in delivery):
•
The two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02 incl. siseal 10 g.
1 pc
•
Safety valve
1 pc
•
Filter 3/4“ – for delivery with the two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02
1 pc
The necessary accessories are not included in the boiler standard price.
5.2
Assembly procedure
5.2.1
Installation of smoke extension (only for the size of 8 – 10 sections)
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fig. №. 7
1.
2.
Sealing cord
Smoke extension
Washer 8.4
Nut M8
Installation of smoke extension
Insert the sealing cord (1) into the groove in the rear section.
Screw the smoke extension (2) by means of washers 8,4 (3) and nuts M8 (4). Be careful when
tightening due to the fragility of the material of the smoke extension.
12
5.2.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Boiler drum installation
Set the boiler drum on the retaining wall (substruction)
Insert sealing (1) between the flange of heating water (2) and boiler, then mount to the boiler by means
of 4 pcs nuts M10 (4) and washers 10.5 (3). (According to the instructions of boiler room). Connect the
heating water outlet with the heating system.
Insert sealing (5) between the flange of return water (6) and boiler, then mount to the boiler by means of
4 pcs nuts M10 (8) and washers 10.5 (7). Connect the lower output of return water with heating system.
According to Fig. No. 24 connect the two-way safety valve DBV 1 - 02 (10) with the flange of return and
heating water (6) and with the cooling water input and excess heat output.
Install the drain valve (9) into the flange of return water (6).
Set the conch with fan (12) on the smoke extension and secure by 4 pcs of M8x20 screws (13), 4 pcs of
washers 8,4 of large area (17), and by 4 pcs of nuts M8 (16).
Set the smoke tube on the conch with fan (12) and insert into the chimney hole. Diameter of smoke tube
is 160 mm.
The threaded hole JS 6/4 "in front section blind with stopper JS 6/4”. Put sealing under the stopper
φ 60 x 48 x 2.
Sealing φ 90 x 60 x 3
Threaded flange of heating water
Washer 10,5
Nut M10
Sealing φ 90 x 60 x 3
Flange of heating and return water with
thread
6b. Flange of return water with distribution tube
7. Washer 10,5
8. Nut M10
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6a.
Fig. №. 8
Boiler drum installation
13
Filling and draining cock
Two-way safety valve DBV 1 – 02
Bulb od safety termostat
Coach with fan
Screw M8 x 20
Clack valve
Termostat bulb 1/2" for 1 sensor
Nut M8
Washer 8,4 of large area
5.2.3
Placement of fireclay plates and turbulators
For boiler size 5 – 9 sections
1. fireclay insert
1a.
5 sect.
1b.
6 - 9 sect.
Fig. №. 9
1.
2.
3.
2. bottom fireclay plate
3. top fireclay plate
4. turbulators
Placement of fireclay plates and turbulators
Insert the fireclay liner (1) into the hole in the bottom rear part of the combustion chamber, so that it
does not protrude
Insert the bottom fireclay plates (2) through the stoking door and then put the upper fireclay plates (3)
onto them into the lock.
Insert the turbulators made of metal sheets (4) into the openings between the ribs of the boiler section
above the flue gas chamber.
14
For boiler size 10 sections
1. fireclay insert 10 sect.
2. bottom fireclay plate with hole
3. bottom fireclay plate
Fig. №. 10
1.
2.
3.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Placement of fireclay plates and turbulators
Insert the fireclay liner (1) into the hole in the bottom rear part of the combustion chamber, so that it
does not protrude
Insert the bottom fireclay plates with holes (2) through the stoking door and then put the bottom fireclay
plates (3) and then onto them into the lock put the upper short fireclay plates (4) and and upper long
fireclay plates (5).
Insert the turbulators made of metal sheets (4) into the openings between the ribs of the boiler section
above the flue gas chamber.
5.2.4
1.
4. top fireclay plate short
5. top fireclay plate long
6. turbulators
Boiler shells and wiring system assembly
Remove the casings, control box, power panel with connectors and connecting accesories from the
packaging.
Put two lowered consoles(1) on the threads of upper anchor bolts and screw them by means of four
nuts M10 (3) and four washers 10,5 (2) - (see Fig. No. 11).
Mount 2 pieces of spring clamps (2) on both side parts of the shell (1 and 9).
Remove the insulation from the side part of the shell (1 or 9 - as needed) and break off a hole for the
electrical panel with connectors in the rear part.
Pull the assembly of holder of the limit switch through the broken hole in the side part of the shell
together with a bundle of cables for the control box. Screw the el. panel with connectors by means of
10 screws ST 4.8 x 13 and 2 pieces of serrated washers 4.3.
If the el. panel with connectors is in the left side part of the shell (1), screw to this part of the shell the
assembly of holder of the limit switch (see detail B of Fig. No. 17 and Fig. No. 12) using 2 screws M4 x
10 and secure with two pieces of nuts M4 and washers 4, 3. Put back the insulation. Electrical cables
must not directly touch the boiler drum. The bundle of cables for the control box must come to the
upper part of left side part of the shell.
6.1 Open the stoking door and put the assembled left side part of the shell (1) on the bottom anchor
bolts and join the upper part with lowered consoles by using two screws M5 x12 (10) and
2 washers 5.3 (11) (see Fig. No. 17).
6.2 Put the right-side part of the shell (9) on the bottom anchor bolts and join the upper part with
lowered consoles by using two screws M5 x12 (10) and 2 washers 5.3 (11) (see Fig. No. 17).
15
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Fig. №. 11
7.
Lowered console (2 pcs)
Washer 10,5 (4 pcs)
Nut M10 (4 pcs)
Thermometer bulb
Manometer bulb
Mounting of boiler shell consoles
If the el. panel with connectors is in the right-side part of the shell (9) put back the insulation. Electrical
cables must not directly touch the boiler drum. The bundle of cables for the control box must come
to the upper part of left side part of the shell.
7.1 Put the right-side part of the shell (9) on the bottom anchor bolts and join the upper part with
lowered consoles by using two screws M5 x12 (10) and 2 washers 5.3 (11) (see Fig. No. 17).
7.2 Remove the insulation from the left part of the shell and bolt assembly of holder of the limit switch
(Fig. No. 12 and 17) by using 2 screws M4 x 10 and secure with two pieces of nuts M4and washers
4.3. The cable of the limit switch must come to the upper part of left side part of the shell.
7.3 Open the stoking door and put the assembled left side part of the shell (1) on the bottom anchor
bolts and join the upper part with lowered consoles by using two screws M5 x12 (10) and
2 washers 5.3 (11) (see Fig. No. 17).
1. ÚT sensor (central
heating)
2. Flue gas temperature
sensor
3. TV sensor (hot water)
4. Exhaust fan speed sensor
MV1 (ČO)
5. Exhaust fan (MV1)
6. Pump TV (Q3)
7. Pump ÚT (Q1)
8. Network 230 V/50 Hz
1. Limit switch
Fig. №. 12
Limit switch
Fig. №. 13
16
Electric panel assembly with connectors
8.
9.
Screw the protective conductor connected from the el. panel with connectors on the lug (riser) of the
rear section by using a screw M6 x 10 and lock washer 6.3.
Remove the insulation from the upper part of the shell (1) and lay it on the boiler drum. Electrical
cables must not directly touch the boiler drum. Mount 4 connecting plugs (pin) (2) on the upper part
of the shell (1) (Fig. No. 14).
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Fig. №. 14
Upper part of the shell
Connecting stud
Control box
Screw M5 x 12
Serrated washer 5,3
Screw 4,2 x 9,5
Upper part of the control box
Manometer
Upper part of boiler shell
10. According to the Fig. No. 14 by using 4 screws M5 x 12 (4) and serrated washers 5.3 screw the control
box (3) to the upper part of the shell (1).
11. Insert the manometer (8 – Fig. No. 14) and its capillary into the hole in the upper part of shell and screw
into the reverse valve for manometer (15).
12. Insert the capillary of the safety thermostat into the boiler sump (16) - see. Fig. No. 17 and secure with
the spring of the capillary.
13. Pull the bundle of cables with connectors for control box through the hole in the upper part of the shell
and make electric connection of the control box according to the el. scheme (see Chap. 5.2.6).
14. Insert and screw the upper part of the control box (7 – Fig. No. 14) by using 4 screws ST 4.2 x 9.5
(6 – Fig. No. 14).
15. Mount the upper part of the shell (12 – Fig. No. 17) on the boiler. Electrical cables must not directly
touch the boiler drum.
16. Mount the insulation on the rear part of the shell (13 – Fig. No. 17) and screw it to the upper and side
parts of the shell by using screws ST 4.2 x 13 (14 – Fig. No. 17).
17. Insert the sensor of heating (central heating) into the bulb for sensor of the central heating and secure it
with a spring of capillary - see. Fig. No. 15.
1. Thermostat bulb 1/2"
for 1 sensor
Fig. №. 15
Placement of bulb of ÚT sensor
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18. Install the sensor of flue gas temperature sensor on the flue way in the distance 3 x D (diameter) of the
flue way from the fan shell and secure with a screw.
19. Finish the el. connection of the exhaust fan, pumps and sensors TV (hot water) according to the el.
scheme (see Chap. 5.2.6).
1.
Fig. №. 16
Screw of stifling
18
Screw of stifling
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Left side part of the shell
Spring clamp (4 pcs)
Switch holder assembly
Screw M4 x 10 (2 pcs)
Washer 4 (2 pcs)
Washer 4,3 (2 pcs)
Electric panel assembly with connectors
Fig. №. 17
5.2.5
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Screw ST 4,8 x 13 (10 pcs)
Right side part of the shell
Screw M5 x 12 (4 pcs)
Washer 5,3 (4 pcs)
Upper part of the shell
Rear part of the shell
Screw ST 4,2 x 13 (10 pcs)
Rack for cleaning tools
Boiler shell
Assembly tools for brush
Use the leather gloves and common assembly tools for mounting or dismounting of the brush and the spike
point (if they are included in the delivery).
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5.2.6
Circuit wiring diagram
Electric wiring diagrams
Fig. №. 18
20
LEGEND:
A1
CONTROLLER TECH ST 81
F1
FUSE 6,3 A
HALL SPEED SENSOR MV1
MV1
EXHAUST FAN
BT1
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
H1
SIGNALLING BT1
Q3
TV (HOT WATER) PUMP
Q1
UT (CENTRAL HEATING) PUMP
S1O
LIMIT SWITCH OF STOKING DOOR
B8
FLUE GASES TEMPERATURE SENSOR
B3
HOT WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
B2
BOILER OUTPUT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
Wire colour:
gnye greenish yellow
gn
green
ye
yellow
rd
red
bk
black
bn
brown
bu
blue
wh
white
Fig. №. 19
Electric wiring diagram
PANEL
TECH
Wire colour:
gnye
greenish yellow
gn
green
ye
yellow
rd
red
bk
black
bn
brown
bu
blue
wh
white
UPPER PART
EL.PANEL
BOILER
DRUM
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Note: * Color marking of MV1 exhaust fan cable wires
according to the fan manufacturer.
A1
F1
BT1
H1
MV1
C
HALL
Q3
Q1
S1O
B8
CONTROLLER TECH ST 81
FUSE 6,3 A
SAFETY THERMOSTAT
SIGNALLING BT1
EXHAUST FAN
CAPACITOR MV1
SPEED SENSOR MV1
TV (HOT WATER) PUMP
UT (CENTRAL HEATING) PUMP
LIMIT SWITCH OF STOKING DOOR
FLUE GASES TEMPERATURE SENSOR
B3
B2
X30, X30.1
X31, X31.1
X32, X32.1
X20, X20.1
X10,X10.1
X11, X11.1
X4, X4.1
X5, X5.1
X8, X8.1
HOT WATER TEMPERATURE SENSOR
BOILER OUTPUT TEMPERATURE SENSOR
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (HALL)
CONNECTORS HALL
CONNECTORS HALL
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (MV1)
CONNECTORS MV1
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (NETWORK)
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (Q3)
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (Q1
CONNECTORS PANEL TECH (B3)
Fig. №. 20
Controller A1
Wiring of panel TECH
Wire colour:
gnye
greenish yellow
gn
green
ye
yellow
rd
red
bk
black
bn
brown
bu
blue
wh
white
Controller A1
Controller A1
Controller A1
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PUMP HW
Note: pumps Q1 and Q3 are not connected by producer
Controller A1
PUMP CH
Controller A1
El panel:
Panel TECH
Panel TECH
Upper part:
Boiler drum:
5.2.7
Filling the heating system with water:
The water hardness must correspond to standards that apply in the relevant country of destination
and it is inevitable to treat the water according to Chap. no. 4.1 in case the water hardness is
unsatisfactory.
The heating systems with an open expansion tank allow the direct contact between the heating water and
the atmosphere. During the heating season the water expanding in the tank absorbs the oxygen, which
increases its corrosive effects and at the same time the water evaporates heavily. Only the water treated to
the values according to standards that apply in the relevant country of destination can be used for refilling.
The heating system must be thoroughly flushed out in order to wash out all impurities.
During the heating season it is necessary to keep a constant volume of heating water in heating system and
be particular about bleeding the heating system to avoid the air suction into the system. Water from the
boilers and heating system must never be discharged or taken for usage except in cases of emergency like
the repairs etc. Water discharge and filling with new water increases the danger of corrosion and scale
development. In case we have to refill the heating system with water we only do this operation when
the boiler is cold in order to prevent its sections from getting broken.
After boiler and heating system refilling operation the all joints must be tested for tightness.
When using the two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02 the cooling water is added gradually to the to the
reverse water.
The assembly and stoking test completion must be recorded in the “Guarantee certificate”.
5.2.8
Boiler hydraulic diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. №. 21
Boiler
Heating system
HWS reservoir
Pump
Safety valve
Expansion tank
Swing-check valve
Boiler with HWS reservoir – hydraulic diagram
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6
Commissioning
The boiler can only be commissioned by professional assembly firms authorized to do this activity.
6.1
Verification activities before commissioning
Before the boiler is put into operation it is necessary to check:
1.
2.
3.
6.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6.3
Filling the heating system with water (manometer check) and the system tightness.
Connection to the chimney– this connection can only be done with the agreement of a chimneysweepers´ firm (chimney revision).
The two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02 functionality.
Boiler commissioning
Fire a boiler.
Bring the boiler to the necessary operating temperature. The recommended output water temperature
(ÚT) is 80 °C.
Check the functionality of protecting device against overheating (the two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02)
Operate the boiler in operating condition according to relevant standards.
Check again the boiler tightness.
Acquaint the user with operation.
Make a record in the Guarantee certificate.
Regulation and safety elements
Manometer – serves for determination of water pressure in boiler.
Safety thermostat (nonreversible) - serves as a protection against overheating of the boiler. It is set at
95 °C. In case of a fault it is necessary to deactivate the safety thermostat manually after cooling down the
boiler. (We unscrew the black cover of safety thermostat and by using a suitable tool we press the button).
Activation of the safety thermostat is switched off by the exhaust fan and is signalled by an orange light on
the panel of control box.
Controller ST 81 - processes data from sensors of output water temperature, from sensors of hot water
temperature and the temperature of flue gases. Thus according to the data the modulated exhaust fan,
UT (central heating) pumps and TV (hot water) pumps are controlled.
Limit switch of stoking door - turns on exhaust fan at max power when you open the stoking door (opening
the limit switch) and thus prevents the escape of flue gases into the space of boiler. After closing the stoking
1. Controller ST 81
2. Signalling of the safety thermostat
Fig. №. 22
3. Fuse
4. Safety thermostat
Control box
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6.4
Equipment for surplus heat removal
The two way safety vent DBV 1 - 02 serves for surplus heat removal in case the water temperature in
boiler exceeds 95 °C.
In case the system is equipped with a two way safety vent and the boiler becomes overheated (the output
temperature exceeds 95 °C) the two way safety vent creates a cold water circuit which is kept until the
temperature drops below the limit temperature. At this moment there are simultaneously closed the
discharge cooling equipment and the cold water inlet of refilling the system.
A – cold water inlet
B – output to boiler
C – output to drain
D – input from boiler
Fig. №. 23
The two way safety vent DVB 1 – 02
The two way safety vent DBV 1 – 02 technical data (from the firm Regulus)
Opening temperature (limit):
Maximum temperature:
Maximum stress on boiler side
Maximum stress on water side
Nominal flow at p 100 kPa (1 bar):
100 °C (+0° - 5 °C)
120 °C
400 kPa (4 bar)
600 kPa (6 bar)
3
1,9 m /h
Usage
The two way safety vent DBV 1 – 02 is used as a protection of heating boilers against overheating. In the
valve body there is the bleed and supply valve controlled by thermostatic element. When the limit
temperature is reached, the bleed and supply valve is simultaneously opened meaning that the cold water is
running in and the hot water is running out. When the temperature drops below limit, the bleed and supply
valve is simultaneously closed.
Caution! It is not a compensation for safety valve.
In case of two way safety vent reaction, when there is a possibility of boiler having been filled with
the water, which does not meet the standards that apply in the relevant country of destination
requirements it is necessary to change the water in the heating system so that it meets the standards
requirements again.
Installation
Installation can be only carried out by a qualified person. For the correct operation of the thermostatic, two
ways safety vent it is necessary to comply with the conditions for its installation and keep the flow directions
marking on its body. The safety vent is always mounted in the output pipe of boiler or directly on the upper
part of boiler, where the hot water leaves boiler and is transported into heating system. When installing the
vent it is necessary to check, if the 3/4“ socket usage, which can be both in pipeline and on boiler, ensures
complete immersion of the thermostatic vent element after the vent installation. After the vent has been
installed in socket, connect the down pipe, in which the hot water from boiler will flow to drain, to „C“(see. fig.
No. 23). The cooling water inlet, which will cool the boiler after setting the vent in operation, is connected
(see fig. No. 24) to „A“ (see fig. No. 23). The filter for mechanical impurities must be installed in the cooling
water inlet. It is necessary to connect the pipeline to „B“ (see. fig. No. 23) and the pipeline is to be led into
reverse flow pipe of heating system near the boiler (see fig. No. 24).
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Regular maintenance
Once a year it is necessary to turn the safety vent’s head to remove possible impurities formed in the vent.
Clean the cooling water inlet filter.
1 – Boiler
2 – Two way safety vent DBV 1 – 02
3 – Safety valve
4 – Transforming valve
5 – Filter
6 – Ball-shaped cock
Fig. №. 24
6.5
7 – Pump
8 – Surplus heat removal
9 – Bleed valve
I – Cooling water inlet
II – Heating water outlet
III – Return water inlet
The recommended scheme of the two way safety vents DBV 1 – 02 connection
Superfluous heat removal equipment- storage reservoirs
In case that the required volume exceeds 300 l we recommend to install a storage reservoir.
Because the minimum output of this boiler is higher than 30% of the rated power we recommend to remove
the heat into the storage reservoirs.
The calculation of the minimum volume of stack heat exchanger
Vsp
QN
Tb
Vsp = 15Tb x QN (1-0,3 x (QH/Qmin))
where
the volume of storage reservoir in l
QH
thermal load of buildings in kW
rated thermal output in kW
Qmin
minimum thermal output in kW
burning time in h
The dimensions of storage reservoirs at the boilers for central heating that are operated with individual
prescribed fuels must be set according to the fuel which needs the biggest storage reservoir. This storage
reservoir isn’t necessary if the calculated volume is smaller than 300 l.
In case of a storage container usage, the boiler can be fired or stoked up again, if the boiler is burned
down to the fire basis, and the storage container is empty or cool.
ATTENTION! Ignoring leads to extreme heat exchanger fouling.
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7
Boiler operation by user
User guide for controller ST 81 is delivered separately.
Incorrect operation and improper combustion of fuel leads to damage to
the product.
During the first ignition of the cold boiler, water condenses therein and then flows down its inner
walls. This condensation of the boiler body ends when the boiler reaches operating temperature.
During the operation of the boiler at the temperature lower than 60°C, condensing of water on the
boiler body or the so called low temperature corrosion can take, which shortens the life of the boiler
exchanger. Therefore we recommend to operate the boiler at 60°C and higher.
WOOD
Guarantee of clean and good combustion is to use only dry and wood in the natural state.
It is necessary to keep the wood max. humidity 20%. If the humidity is higher than 20%, output of the
boiler decreases. Combustion of the damp wood releases water which condenses on the walls of the
boiler and chimney body, this leads to an increased formation of tar and water vapor, which reduces
the life of the heat exchanger. Furthermore, improper combustion causes corrosion of cast iron
called "Metal dusting", which leads to carbon diffusion into the material, and thus disintegration of
the material to a powder (dust). This process is gradual and long-term. Flue gas stream with solid
particles then causes abrasion or erosion of material from the surface, thereby gradually thinning the
wall thickness of the elements, and this can cause perforation of the boiler body.
Fuel must be stored in a dry place.
For heating, do not use plastics, household waste, chemically treated wood residues, waste paper,
wood chips, brushwood, garbage from boards pressed from the bark or chipboards.
▶
▶
▶
Follow the instructions for operating the boiler.
When operating the boiler follow the recommended operating temperature.
Operate the boiler with an approved fuel.
Tab. №. 4
Recommended sizes of wooden blocks
number of sections
5
6
7
8
Blocks diameter [mm]
Ø 40 až 100
Blocks length [mm]
250
360
470
580
7.1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
10
680
780
Firing a boiler
Check on the manometer the volume of water in the heating system.
Open the stop valve between the boiler and the heating system.
Clear the ceramics on the grid, the ash pan, smoke flues and the boiler walls.
Insert kindling and wood on the clean ceramics through the stoking door along the whole depth of the
boiler.
Set the gaps of silencer and roses - see Table No. 5
We start up the controller ST 81 by pressing the button I on the power switch.
23°C
/
60°C
Fire off
Ignition
Manual work
7.
8.
9
We confirm by pressing the key
. At this moment the fan starts working.
Fire the kindling through the open ash pan door.
Shut the ash pan door.
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9. On the flaring wood load a thinner layer of basic fuel.
10. After its good burning add next fuel to fill the combustion chamber and balance the fuel in equal layers
across the depth of the boiler.
11. If the outlet water temperature exceeds 40 ° C, 30 min. (Factory setting) the ignition of the boiler has
been successful and the operation has been switched to automatic mode of the the boiler. Otherwise,
repeat the process.
Tab. №. 5
Setting of fan and stifling
Number of sections
5
6
Min. fan output (%) *
25
35
Max. fan output (%) *
50
70
top rosette
1 mm
1 mm
(primary air)
bottom stifling
3 mm
5 mm
(secondary air)
rear stifling
1 – 2 mm
1 – 2 mm
(tertiary air)
turbulators
ano
ano
7
50
100
8
50
100
9
50
100
10
50
100
1 mm
2 mm
2 mm
2 mm
5 mm
5 – 10 mm
5 – 10 mm
5 – 10 mm
2 – 3 mm
2 – 3 mm
2 – 3 mm
4 – 8 mm
ano
ano
-
-
* See adjustment procedure in User guide for controller ST1981 Chap. 5.2 and 5.3
7.2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
8
Operation
If according to the table No. 5 we have adjusted the fan delivery and the silencer and roses with regard
to the number of boiler sections we don’t need to set anything during heating. The fan is modulatory and
regulates the boiler output evenly according to the temperature set on the controller.
According to the heat consumption and burning intensity it is necessary to replenish the boiler with fuel
during the operation. Stoking must be done in the way that makes sure that layer of fuel is uniformly
high throughout the whole depth of the boiler.
The ash door must be permanently closed during the boiler operation.
If necessary, empty the ashtray (to be used gloves).
In case of shut-off valves it is necessary to install the safety valve between the boiler and shut-off valve.
We recommend cleaning the filter after the heating test and then before the heating season.
Maintenance
ATTENTION!
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Carry out the cleaning operations only before making fire when the combustion
chamber is cold!
Before each new making fire it is necessary to remove the ashes from a ceramic grill. Cleaning is
performed in direction away from the combustion nozzle toward the door. Ashes should be put into noncombustible containers with lids. During the work is necessary to use protective equipment and observe
the personal safety.
1x per month clean with a brush the inside walls of the combustion chamber, flue ways and smoke
adapter.
After the heating season besides cleaning the boiler clean also the room behind the nozzle and remove
soot and tar. Eject fireclay plates (see Chap. 5.2.3). Carefully eject the fireclay lining toward the door
(using the supplied hook) and then clean the room.
If the tar deposits are on the walls of the combustion chamber, remove them with a scraper.
After the heating season clean the impeller of the fan.
After the heating season all door pins have to be serviced.
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9
IMPORTANT WARNING
1.
The boiler only can be used for the purpose that it is destined for.
2.
The boiler only can be operated by adult persons who are familiar with this operation manual. In
is inadmissible to leave the children at the boiler unattended by adults. The interferences with
boiler that could endanger the health of operators or the roommates are impermissible.
3.
The boiler is not destined for the use by persons (incl. children) whose physical, sensual or
mental disability or lack of experience and knowledge prevent them from a safe use of the
appliance unless they are supervised or if they were not instructed on the use of appliance by a
person responsible for their safety.
4.
Children should be supervised in order to ensure that they do not play with the appliance.
5.
If there occurs a danger of inflammable vapours and gases development and penetration into
the boiler room or at works accompanied by temporary development of the fire or explosion
danger (gluing of floor covering, painting with combustible painting colours), the boiler must be
duly closed down before the works start.
6.
It is FORBIDDEN to use flammable liquids for boiler ignition.
7.
During the operation it is FORBIDDEN to overheat the boiler.
8.
On the boiler and within the distance shorter than the safe distance from it there must not be put
any objects made of flammable materials.
9.
When clearing ashes at boiler there must not be put any flammable materials within minimally
1500 mm distance from the boiler.
10. When operating the boiler at the temperature lower than 60 °C the boiler drum can get bedewed
which means the low-temperature corrosion and reduction of boiler drum lifetime. Therefore we
recommend to operate the boiler at the temperature of 60 °C and higher.
11. In case of a storage container usage, the boiler can be fired or stoked up again, if the boiler is
burned down to the fire basis, and the storage container is empty or cool.
ATTENTION! Ignoring leads to extreme heat exchanger fouling.
12. After the heating season termination it is necessary to clear thoroughly the boiler, smoke-flues
and the smoke extension/ adaptor. Lubricate the pivots, the smoke throttle mechanism and other
movable parts at the boiler with the graphite grease. Keep the boiler room clean and dry.
13. If the boiler is not in use (e.g. in summer season) you must disconnect it from power network,
because of possible damage by atmospheric overvoltage (lightning)! Possible corrosion marks
on the boiler drum don’t mean a defect and they do not affect the boiler function.
14. There is necessary to install a safety valve in max. over-pressure of 400 kPa (4 bar) on the
system, its dimension must come up to the boiler nominal capacity. In case of your further
questions please do not hesitate to contact our contractual assembling firms and service
organization.
15. In case of two way safety vent reaction, when there is a possibility of boiler having been filled
with the water, which does not meet the standards that apply in the relevant country of
destination requirements it is necessary to change the water in the heating system so that it
meets the standards requirements again.
16. Installation of flue way must ensure sufficient draught and prevent condensation and sooting
through the entire length of the chimney.
17. During assembly, installation and operation of the appliance it is necessary to comply with
standards that apply in the relevant country of destination.
If you fail to meet these conditions you cannot requisite the guarantee repairs.
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10
Instructions for product disposal after its lifetime extinction
VIADRUS a.s., is a contracting partner of the firm EKO–KOM a. s. with the client number F00120649.
The packages comply with EN 13427.
We recommend to dispose the packages in the way as follows:
- plastic foil, cardboard cover, use a salvage point
- metal strapping tape, use a salvage point
- wooden base, is designated for a single and no longer can be used as a product. Its disposal is subject to
Act 477/2001 Coll. and 185/2001 Coll. as amended.
Because the product is constructed of common materials, we recommend to dispose individual parts as
follows:
- the heat exchanger (grey cast-iron), use a salvage
- distribution pipes, shell, use salvage point
- other metal parts, use a salvage point
- ROTAFLEX insulating material, through a firm engaged in waste collection and disposal
In case that the product has lost its manufacture qualities it can be taken advantage of the back
collection service (if this is introduced); if the originator has declared that this is the waste and it will
be handled according to the legislative provisions valid in the particular country.
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Guarantee and reliability for defects
VIADRUS a.s. provides the guarantee:
– 24 months for boilers, this after the product was put into operation but maximum 30 months after the
date it was dispatched from the VIADRUS a.s.;
– 5 years for a boiler drum, this after the date it was dispatched from the VIADRUS a.s.
In case of possible complaint regarding the shell the customer is obliged to submit the packing label
of the boiler shell. This is placed on the cardboard in which the shell has been dispatched.
The user is obliged to entrust a professional assembly firm with the commissioning and a
contractual professional service accredited by VIADRUS a.s., the manufacturer with the removal of
faults. Otherwise the guarantee for boiler proper function does not apply. „LIGNATOR boiler quality
and completeness certificate“ after its infilling serves as the „Guarantee certificate“.
A regular boiler maintenance must be done by its user.
Every notice of a fault must be conveyed immediately after its detection, always via a telephonic
agreement and in writing.
If the above instructions are not observed the guarantees provided by the manufacturer will not be
recognized.
The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes within the product innovations that needn’t be
included in this manual.
The guarantee does not apply to:
•
the faults caused by a wrong assembly or wrong product operation and the faults caused by a
wrong maintenance, see chapter 8.
•
product damage arisen during the transport or other mechanical damage
•
the faults caused by unsuitable storage
•
Faults and damage caused by failure to observe water quality in heating system see chap. no. 4.1
and 5.2.7 or by using the anti-freeze mixture
•
the faults caused by the failure to observe the instructions stated in this manual;
•
the faults caused by natural disasters or force majeure.
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Information for customer
Packaging identification
Assessment reference
PE Plastic sacks, folie, corrugated board, iron and plastic fix
line
Identification of principal materials used. Paper, Polyethylene, iron, wood
Part 1: Summary of assessment
Standard/Report
Assessment requirement
1.1 Prevention by source
reduction
1.2 Heavy metals and
ensure below maximum permitted levels
for components
(CR 13695-1)
1.3 Other
ensure in compliance with
noxious/hazardous
(ČSN 77 0150-2, EN 13428)
substances
2 Reuse
ensure reusability in all terms of the
standard for the functional packaging unit
(EN 13429)
3.1 Recovery by material ensure recyclability in all terms of the
recycling
standard for the functional packaging unit
(EN 13430)
3.2 Recovery in the form
ensure that calorific gain is achievable for
of energy
the functional packaging unit
(EN 13431)
3.3 Recovery by
ensure compost ability in all terms of the
composting
standard for the functional packaging unit
(EN 13432)
Claim
Note
YES
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
Iron - NO
NO
NOTE Conformity with EN 13427 requires affirmative responses to sections 1.1; 1.2; 1.3 and to at
least one of 3.1; 3.2; 3.3. In addition, where a claim of reuse is made section 2 should also
record affirmative responses.
Part 2: Statement of conformity
In the light of the assessment results recorded in part I above, this packaging is claimed to comply
with the requirements of EN 13427.
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32
Annex to the guarantee certificate for customer- the user
Record of accomplished guarantee and post-guarantee repairs and regular product checks
Record
date
Contractual service
organization
(stamp, signature)
Carried out activity
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Customer’s
signature
LIGNATOR
VIADRUS a.s.
Bezručova 300 | CZ - 735 81 | Bohumín
E-mail: info@viadrus.cz | www.viadrus.cz
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