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TEMPRA

Wall Mounted

Fan Flue

System boiler

Phone numbers:

Installer ____________________________

Service Engineer _____________________

Serial N

°

____________________________

Wall mounted fanned flue boiler

INSTALLATION AND

USE INSTRUCTIONS

Please read these Instructions thoroughly before using the appliance

These Instructions must be left with the appliance User.

INDEX

1.

General description and information

2.

Technical specification

3.

Installation details

4.

Installation

5.

Boiler connections

6.

Electrical connections

7.

Commissioning

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TEMPRA

1. GENERAL DESCRIPTION AND INFORMATION

1.1␣ Information

1. Installation must be carried out by a competent person, and in accordance with the relevant requirements of the current issues of:

A. Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations. 1994

B. Building Regulations.

C. Building Standards (Scotland) Regulations.

D. I.E.E. Wiring Regulations.

E. Bye-laws of the local water undertaking.

Guidance on Installation is provided in this booklet, but due account must be taken of the detailed recommendations of the current issues of:

BS 5440 Part 1: Flues.

BS 5440 Part 2: Ventilations.

BS 6798:

Installation.

BS 5449:

BS 5546:

BS 6700:

BS 6891:

Pumped systems.

Domestic hot water.

Water supply.

Gas supply.

BS 7074 Part 1: Expansion vessels.

BS 7593:

Treatment of water in domestic hot water central heating systems.

For installation in timber framed buildings, refer to the British Gas Publication Guide for gas

installation in timber framed housing - REF DM2.

2. It is essential that the boiler be installed strictly in accordance with these Instructions and the documents, detailed above.

3. To avoid the possibility of injury, care must be taken when handling sheet metal components.

1.2 Introduction

The TEMPRA Boiler is a “room-sealed” appliance: it takes in the air required for combustion and encloses all the combustion products in an hermetic compartment. The discharge of fumes and intake of combustion air are managed through air/flue pipes that may be run horizontally in all directions, or through a concentric flue running vertically or horizontally.

The main components of the boiler are:

A compact heat exchanger in copper, formed by four pipes with external finning and internal turbulence activators.

A combustion chamber insulated to reduce heat loss and thus improve efficiency.

Nine stainless steel burners, an oxidation- and thermal shock-resistant material specially developed for this product.

A fan to discharge combustion products and draw in combustion air.

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A boiler thermostat overheat thermostat and frost thermostat.

A steel room-sealed compartment treated against corrosion, enclosing all the above components.

An air differential pressure switch which, to ensure safe operation, allows burner ignition only when the fan functions normally.

A newly-designed gas ignition valve assembly, comprising a range rated regulator gas valve and a flame control device. (Ignition is by an intermittent pilot flame; which lights the main burners.)

An expansion vessel, pump, automatic air vent and air separator .

A temperature sensor.

Pressure gauge.

Pressure relief valve set at 3 bar.

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TEMPRA

Model

Nominal heat input (gross)

Nominal heat input (net)

Nominal heat output

Ø Main injectors

Ø Gas supply

Number of injectors

Working gas inlet pressure

Burner pressure

Gas rate

Maximum system pressure

Ø Water connections

Dimensions

Weight

Electrical supply

Height

Width

Depth min

Max

N° mbar mbar mbar m

3

/h kg/h bar

TEMPRA sealed system boiler

Natural gas (G20) kW kW kW

Max

21.6

19.5

17.6

kW kW kW

Min

12.8

11.5

9.7

Propane LPG (G31) kW kW kW

Max

21.1

19.5

17.6

kW kW kW

Min

12.5

11.5

9.7

mm

Natural gas

(G20)

1.2

1/2"

9

20

5

15

2.06

-

LPG

(G31)

0.77

1/2"

9

37

13

36

-

1.51

mm mm mm kg

V/Hz

3

3/4"

750

420

275

40

230/50

TEMPRA

5

Ø 10

40

420

340 40 131

275

Ø 60 c b a

6

1

50

3

160

270

Ø 96

Ø 112

160

° C

50

2 d

4

150

92

1.

2.

4.

a.

c.

d.

Fig. 1

TEMPRA

29

16

31

5

87

27

52

25

24/82

20

51

19

22

43

44

56 9 32 8 14 49

98 145 63

7

°

C

9

5 - Room sealed compartment

7 - Gas supply

8 - Central Heating flow outlet

9 - Central Heating return inlet

14 - Safety valve

16 - Fan

19 - Combustion chamber

20 - Burner box

22 - Burner

24/82 - Ignition/flame sensing electrode

25 - Pilot burner

27 - Copper heat exchanger

29 - Tube flue outlet

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49

Outlet pressure relief valve

7

Fig. 2

31 - Flue collector

32 - Pump

43 - Air pressure switch

44 - Gas valve

49 - Overheat cut-off thermostat (reset)

51 - Central heating frost thermostat

52 - Central heating limit thermostat

56 - Expansion vessel

63 - C.H. boiler thermostat

87 - Gas pressure test point

98 - Main switch

145 - Pressure gauges

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3.0 INSTALLATION DETAILS

3.1 Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations: 1994

In the interest of safety, it is the law that all gas appliances are installed by a competent person in accordance with the above Regulations, Building Regulations/Building Standards Scotland, Codes of

Practice, current I.E.E. Regulations and the byelaws of the Local Water Undertaking. Failure to comply with the Regulations may lead to prosecution; it is in your interest and that of safety to ensure that the law is complied with.

Important - If the boiler is to be fitted in a timber framed buiding it should be fitted in accordance with the British Gas publication; Guide for Gas Installation in Timber Frame Housing: Reference

DM2. If in doubt advice must be sought from the Local Gas Region of British Gas Plc.

3.2 Location of Boiler

The installation of the TEMPRA must be on a suitable non-combustible load bearing wall which will provide an adequate fixing for the boiler mounting bolts. The location should be in an area where the water pipes will not be subjected to frost conditions. In siting the boiler the following limitations must be observed:

The boiler may be installed in any room or internal space, although particular attention is drawn to the requirements of the current, i.e. wiring regulations and in Scotland the electrical provisions of the building regulations applicable in Scotland, with respect to the installation of the boiler in a room or internal space containing a bath or shower.

Where a room sealed appliance is installed in a room containing a bath or shower any electrical switch or appliance control utilising mains electricity, should be so situated that it cannot be touched by a person using the bath or shower.

3.3 Terminal Position

POSITION MINIMUM SPACING (fig. 3) mm

A Directly below an openable window, air vent, or any other ventilation opening ........ 300

B Below gutters, soil pipes or drainpipes ......................................................................... 75

C Below Eaves ............................................................................................................... 100

D Below a Balcony ........................................................................................................ 100

E From vertical drainpipes or soilpipes ............................................................................ 75

F From internal or external corners ............................................................................... 100

G Above adjacent ground or balcony level .................................................................... 100

H From a surface facing the terminal ............................................................................. 600

I

Facing another terminal .......................................................................................... 1,200

J

From opening (door/window) in carport into dwelling ............................................ 1,200

K Vertically from a terminal on the same wall ............................................................... 300

L Horizontally from a terminal on the same wall........................................................... 300

N Below carport ............................................................................................................ 600

A Quinnel Barrat and Quinnel guard (part. No. C2) should be screwed to the wall centrally over the terminal, when the distance is less than 2 m from the outside floor.

3.4 Air Supply

The room in which the boiler is installed does not require a purpose provided vent.

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Terminal Position

Fig. 3

Minimum Clearance mm

50 min.

25 mm 25 mm

600**

0

1

2

3

4

C

Fig. 4

NOTES

** Access to the front of the boiler must be available for maintenance (min. 600 mm).

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3.5 Flue system

The boiler allows the flue outlet to be taken from the rear of the boiler or from either side.

A standard flue length of 0.75 metres is provided. Alternative lengths of two or three metres can be supplied.

It is absolutely essential, to ensure that products of combustion discharging from the terminal cannot re-enter the building, or enter any adjacent building, through ventilators, windows, doors, natural air infiltration, or forced ventilation/air conditioning.

3.6 Gas Supply

If necessary the local Gas Region should be consulted, at the installation planning stage, in order to establish the availability of an adequate supply of gas.

An existing service pipe must not be used without prior consultation with the Local Gas Region.

A gas meter can only be connected by the Local Gas Region, or by a Local Gas Region's Contractor.

Installation pipes should be fitted in accordance with BS6891-1988.

Appliance inlet working pressure must be 20 mbar MINIMUM.

Pipework from the meter to the boiler must be of an adequate size.

Do not use pipes of a smaller size than the boiler inlet gas connection.

The complete installation must be tested for gas soundness and purged as described in BS6981-1988.

All pipework must be adequately supported. An isolating gas valve is provided and should be fitted.

3.7 Water System

Central Heating

It must be a sealed system. Detailed recommendations are given in BS6798, BS5449, BS6700 and

CP342 Part. 2. Pipework not forming part of the useful heating surface should be insulated to prevent any heat losses or possible freezing (i.e. in roof spaces or ventilated underfloor spaces). Drain taps should be positioned at the lowest point of the system in accessible locations to permit the whole system to be drained down. The drain taps should be in accordance with BS2879. Copper tubing to

BS2871, Part. 1 is recommended for water carrying pipework. Pipework in horizontal runs should have a gradient where possible to facilitate the removal of air. It should be ensured that the boiler heat exchanger is not a natural point for collecting air. A typical heating system with domestic hot water circuit is illustrated in fig. 5-6.

Important - A bypass must be fitted to ensure a minimum flow rate through the boiler of 6 l/min.

3.8 Make up Water

Provision must be made for replacing water lost from sealed system. Reference should be made to BS6798, for methods of filling and making up sealed systems. There must be no direct connection between the boiler's central heating system and the mains water supply. The use of mains water to charge and pressurise the system directly, is conditional upon the Local Water Byelaw. Again any such connection must be disconnected after use fig. 7.

Attention - Is drawn to the Model Water Byelaws.

Fittings manufactured from duplex (alpha-beta) brass are not acceptable for underground use and certain water undertakings will not accept their use above ground.

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Sealed system - “Y” Plan

Domestic

Cylinder

3 port motorised valves

Boiler

Fig. 5

Filling point

By Pass

Fig. 6

Filling point

Sealed system - “S” Plan

2 port motorised valves

Domestic

Cylinder

Boiler

By Pass

NOTE: A bypass must be fitted to ensure a minimum flow rate of 6 l/min. through the boiler.

Approved filling loop

Key

1.␣ Filling point C.H.

2.␣ Temporary connection

3.␣ Cold water supply

Fig. 7

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3.9 Built-in Central Heating Water Circulating Pump

The pump head available for circulating the water is given in fig. 8.

N.B. - The pump is factory set at position 3. The pump is a Grundfos type UPS 15-50 series.

Grunfos Pump performance graph

Note - Minimum flow through boiler heat exchanger at any time should not fall below 6 litres per minute.

If required an additional expansion vessel may be fitted to the central heating return inlet.

If the total volume of water in the system exceeds 40 litres an additional expansion vessel must be fitted to the central heating return inlet.

Pump performance curve Grundfos UPS 15-50

1 2 3 Speed settings

A Boiler pressure drop

B Max. available pump head C.H.

SAFETY VALVE

SETTING (bar)

VESSEL CHARGE

PRESSURE (bar)

INITIAL SYSTEM

PRESSURE (bar)

TOTAL WATER

CONTENT of SYSTEM

LITRES

25

50

75

100

125

150

175

200

For syst. volumes other than those given above, mult. the syst.

volume by the factor across

1.0

1.0

2.0

EXPANSION VESSEL VOLUME (litres)

3.5

7.0

10.5

14.0

17.5

21.0

24.5

28.0

0.140

0.5

1.5

6.5

12.9

19.4

25.9

32.4

38.8

45.3

51.8

0.259

2.0

13.7

27.5

41.3

55.1

68.9

82.6

96.4

110.2

0.551

3.0

1.5

4.7

9.5

14.2

19.0

23.7

28.5

33.2

38.0

0.190

10.3

20.6

30.9

41.2

51.5

61.8

72.1

82.4

0.412

1.5

2.0

0.33

8.3

16.5

24.8

33.1

41.3

49.6

57.9

66.2

Fig. 8

SIZING OF ADDITIONAL EXPANSION

VESSELS:

Deduct from the value given in the table the

6 litre vessel supplied.

Note

1.␣ Fill C.H. installation to min. 1.5 bar.

2.␣ Select by preference the expansion vessel for increased system pressure of 2.0 bar

3.␣ Expansion vessel must be fitted to Central

Heating Return Inlet

4.␣ The standard 6 litres expansion vessel is charged to 1 bar

Fig. 9

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4. INSTALLATION

4.1 Unpacking

The appliance is delivered in 2 cartons.

4.1.1 The large carton contains the boiler, and the Installation/Servicing and Users Instructions.

4.1.2 The second carton contains the wall fixing bolts (x2), flue assembly, and boiler bend, gas cock and 3/4” x 1/2” bush.

4.2 Wall mounting

After selecting a suitable place for the boiler, mark location for fixing holes. Using 8 mm drill, drill

60 mm deep holes to accept fixing bolts and insert. Tighten nuts until secure, then remove nuts leaving studs protruding, hang boiler and refits nuts to secure.

ccccc ccccc

Fig. 10

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4.3 Preparing the flue assembly

The boiler is supplied with 0.75 m of concentric flue which can be run from either side or to the back of the appliance. If a longer flue is required 2 m and 3 m lengths are avaiable.

An example of using the concentric flue.

Outlet and inlet through a building wall

Maximum permitted length for concentric flue to be run is 3 m.

Flue connection

Drawing below shows how concentric flue should be assembled the main points being:

1. Inner flue pipe

(alluminium) needs to be 85 - 90 mm longer than plastic air intake pipe

2. The air intake

(plastic) pipe only butts to the elbow

3. Care must be taken not to dislodge “O” rings

25-30 mm

"O" rings

Ø1=100

Ø2=60

Chamfer outer edge of aluminium pipe to avoid dislodging "O" rings

Fig. 12

TEMPRA

14

Ø1

Ø2

L

A=L+(85-90)mm

Clamp detail

Fig. 11

60

5. Boiler connections

Gas, Water and Electrical

0

1

2

4

3

C

2 4

Front View

1 3

1. Outlet pressure relief valve

2. Return

3. Gas Service Cock Connection

4. Flow

1/2" FEMALE

3/4" MALE

1/2" FEMALE

3/4" MALE

Side View

5.1␣ Gas supply

1. Further guidance: BS 6891, BS 6798, Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994.

2. Ensure the supply pipe, the gas meter and existing or new pipework will serve the maximum gas rate of all the appliance served by that meter.

3. An inlet working pressure of 20 mbar will be required at the boiler.

4. Always test for soundness of gas supply pipes in accordance with BS 6891.

5.2 Pressure relief valve

Connect the pressure relief valve discharge pipe (1/2”) to the outside of the building, where possible over a drain. The discharge must be such that it will not be hazardous to occupants or passers - by or cause damage to external electrical components or wiring. The pipe should be directed towards the wall.

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6.␣ ELECTRICAL SUPPLY AND CONNECTIONS

All electrical installation work must be carried out by a qualified electrician, and all work shall be in accordance with the current issue of the IEE wiring regulations.

Supplied for use on 230 V ~ 50 Hz supply, protected by a 3 Amp fuse.

The boiler must be earthed.

The method of connection to the mains supply must allow complete isolation from that supply either by:

a)␣ Use of 3 A fused double pole switch having a contact separation of at least 3 mm. Such a switch must supply the appliance and immediate control circuits only (eg room thermostat, programmer etc.)

OR

b)␣ Use of an unswitched shuttered socket outlet and 3 A fused 3 pin plug both complying with BS 1363.

All external cables must be suitable for mains voltage and should be PVC insulated cable at least 0.75 mm

2

(24/0.2 mm), to BS 6500.

All external circuits for the control of the boiler must be wired and isolated from the same isolator as that which serves the boiler.

6.1 Electrical connection

1. The TEMPRA boiler requires a permanent live supply to the appliance (live, neutral and earth) together with a switched line from the system controls to operate the burner.

2. When using external controls remove link wire betwen terminals 4 -5.

3. Run live connection from terminal 4 to external switch controls and return switch line into terminal 5.

16

1 2

L N

3

4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

SL

L N

230 V ~

3 Amp fuse

External switch controls

Electrical control box

Fig. 18

WARNING: If external controls are fitted to the system, check terminals 1, 2, 4, and 5 to ensure they are voltage free prior to working on the boiler.

TEMPRA

6.2 Electrical connections diagram

24 83

12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

43

NO

C

NC

16

1

2

98

4

3

176

2

63

C

1

Wiring 43

C = Brown

NO = Blue

NC = Black

16.

24.

32.

43.

50.

Fan

Spark electrode

Central heating pump

Air pressure switch

Central heating limit thermostat

51.

63.

72.

Central heating frost thermostat

C.H. boiler thermostat

External controls

83.

98.

Full sequence automatic control

Switch

176.

Overheat CUT-OFF thermostat

6.3 General wiring diagram

16.

24.

32.

43.

50.

51.

63.

Fan

Spark electrode

Central heating pump

Air pressure switch

Central heating limit thermostat

Central heating frost thermostat

C.H. boiler thermostat

72.

83.

98.

External controls

Full sequence automatic control

Switch

176.

Overheat CUT-OFF thermostat

L N 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

L

L N

230V

50Hz

72 32 50 51

2 4

98

32

6

11

4

5

SL

72

2

C

1

63

10

50

9

11

12

51

176

24

83

S.4585 D

1003

12

1

11

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

N

1 3 8

NC

C

43

NO

16

7

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15.␣ Commissioning

Carry out preliminary electrical system checks i.e. EARTH CONTINUITY, RESISTANCE TO EARTH,

SHORT CIRCUIT AND POLARITY using a suitable test meter.

1. Remove the outer case and lower cover.

2. Test for gas soundness up to the boiler service cock - BS 6891.

3. Flush the system cold, without the boiler in circuit.

4. Fill the complete circuit and vent the system, fill to about a=1.5 bar at this stage.

5. Check the system for water soundness, rectifying any leaks.

6. Reduce the pressure to the approximate initial design pressure.

7. Open all radiator valves.

8. Loosen the screw within the pressure test point on the burner supply pipe and attach a suitable pressure gauge.

9. Open the boiler service cock.

10. Open all doors and windows, loosen the screw in the inlet pressure test point, and purge the gas supply BS 6891. Retighten the screw. Allow gas to disperse.

11. Set any external control to an ON condition, and turn the thermostat knob to maximum.

12. Turn on the electricity supply. Check that the pump runs.

13. A continuous spark will light the pilot (viewed through window) and the main burner.

14. Heat Input Adjustment. The Input is pre-set to 16.7 kW but can the adjusted to any value in the range quoted in Technical Data - the burner pressure must always be checked anyway.

Remove the cap from the adjustment screw.

CH

MAX

MED

MIN

2

HEAT INPUT

(Gross) kW

21.6

16.7

12.8

BURNER PRESSURE

mbar

15

8

5

CH

set to

1

HEAT OUTPUT

kW

17.6

13

9.7

4

2

8

6

0

0

14

12

18

16

10

Burner pressure to C.H. Heat Output 1 / Heat Input 2

2 4 6 8 10 12

1

2

14 16 18 20 22 24

kW

TEMPRA

18

18

17

Key

10. Inlet pressure test point

17. Adjustment screw burner pressure (turn clockwise to increase pressure)

18. Burner pressure test point

10

15. After 10 minutes, adjust the heat input to the required value. (Anticlockwise to decrease).

Replace the cap.

16. NOTE - If the required pressure cannot be obtained, the inlet working pressure should be checked

(20 mbar is required with burner on!)

17. Allow the system to reach heated equilibrium. On sealed systems check that the pressure does not exceed 2.6 bar (in which case a larger expansion vessel will be needed).

18. Turn off burner.

19. Flush the system whilst hot, and refill.

20. Remove the pressure gauge, tighten the screw.

21. Relight and check for gas soundness.

22. Mark the Data Badge to indicate the set heat input.

23. Replace the lower cover and outer case.

24. Adjust the thermostat control knob to the required setting.

25. Hand over to the user:

a)␣ Explain the function and control of the boiler, including any external controls.

b)␣ Advise against obstruction of purpose provided ventilation, and of the flue terminal.

c)␣ Give advice on frost protection of parts.

d)␣ Advise arrangement of an annual Service Contract.

e)␣ Hand all Instructions and literature to the user.

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Phone numbers:

Installer

Service Engineer

BECAUSE OF OUR CONSTANT ENDEAVOUR FOR IMPROVEMENT DETAILS

MAY VARY SLIGHTLY FROM THOSE QUOTED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS.

ALL SPECIFICATIONS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

Stockton Close, Minworth Industrial Park, Minworth, Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B76 8DH

Tel.: 0121/33523500 - Fax 0121/3523510

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