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KRT 150 to KRT 540
Wood Fired Boiler
Maximum output: 150 to 540 kW / 512 to 1843 MBH
Minimum output: 45 to 140 kW / 154 to 478 MBH
Assembly and Installation Instructions
IMPORTANT
KÖB IS A PART OF THE VIESSMANN GROUP.
Pyrot ai/ii 11/2008
Safety, Installation and Warranty Requirements
Please ensure that’ these instructions are read and understood before commencing installation. Failure to comply
with the instructions listed be low and detail sprinted in t hi s manual can cause product / property / damage, severe personal injury’, and / or loss of life. Ensure all requirements be low are understood and fulfilled (including
detailed information found in manual subsections).
Licensed’ professional’
heating contractor
The installation, adjustment,
service, and maintenance of this
equipment must be performed
by a licensed professional
heating contractor.
" Please see section
entitled “Important
Regulatory and
Installation
Requirements”.
Product documentation
Read all applicable
documentation
before commencing installation.
Store documentation near boiler
in a readily accessible location
for reference in the future by
service personnel.
" For a listing of
applicable literature,
please see section
entitled “Important
Regulatory and Safety
Requirements”.
Advice to owner
Once the installation work is
complete, the heating contractor
must familiarize the system
operator/ultimate owner with all
equipment, as well as safety
precautions/requirements, shutdown procedure, and the need
for professional service annually
before the heating season
begins.
Contaminated air
Air contaminated by chemicals
can cause by-products in the
combustion process which are
poisonous to inhabitants and
destructive to Viessmann
equipment.
" For a listing of
chemicals which cannot
be stored in or near the
boiler room, please see
subsection entitled
“Combustion air supply”
Carbon monoxide
Improper installation,
adjustment, service and/or
maintenance can cause flue
products to flow into living
space. Flue products contain
poisonous carbon monoxide
gas.
" For information
pertaining to the proper
installation, adjustment,
service and maintenance
of this equipment to
avoid formation of carbon
monoxide,
please see instructions supplied
with boiler.
Never operate boiler without an
installed venting system. An
improper venting system can
cause carbon monoxide
poisoning.
" For information
pertaining to venting
and chimney
requirements, please
see section entitled “Venting
Connection”. All products of
combustion must be safely
vented to the outdoors.
Warranty
Information
contained
In this and
related
product documentation must
be read and followed. Failure
to do so renders warranty
null and void.
Fresh air
This equipment requires fresh air
for safe operation and must be
installed ensuring provisions for
adequate combustion and
ventilation air exist.
" For information
pertaining to the fresh
air requirements of this
product, please see
subsection entitled
“Combustion air supply”.
Equipment venting
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Safety, Installation and Warranty Requirements
Fiberglass wool and ceramic
fiber Materials
The state of California has
listed the airborne fibers of
these materials as a possible
cancer hazard through
inhalation. When handling
these materials, special care
must be applied.
Suppliers of ceramic fiber
products recommend the
following first aid measures:
- Respiratory tract (nose and
throat) irritation
If respiratory tract irritation
develops, move the person to
a dust free location.
- Eye irritation
If eyes become irritated, flush
immediately with large
amounts of lukewarm water
for at least 15
minutes. Eyelids should be held
away from the eyeball to
ensure thorough rinsing. Do
not rub eyes.
- Skin irritation
If skin becomes irritated,
remove soiled clothing. Do not
rub or scratch exposed skin.
Wash area of contact
thoroughly with soap and
water.
Using a skin cream or lotion
after washing may be helpful.
- Gastrointestinal irritation
If gastrointestinal tract
irritation develops, move the
person to a dust free
environment.
Suppliers of fiberglass wool
products recommend the
following precautions
be taken when handling these
materials:
- Operations such as sawing,
blowing,
tearout and spraying may
generate
airborne fiber concentration
requiring
additional protection.
First aid measures
- If eye contact occurs, flush
eyes with
water to remove dust. If
symptoms
persist, seek medical attention.
- If skin contact occurs, wash
affected
areas gently with soap and
warm
water after handling
Hazardous materials
Precautionary measures
- Avoid breathing fiberglass
dust and
contact with skin and eyes.
- Use NIOSH approved
dust/mist respirator.
- Wear long-sleeved, loose
fitting clothing, gloves and eye
protection.
- Wash work clothes separately
from other clothing. Rinse
washerthoroughly.
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Contents
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General Information
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1.1
1.2
State of the art
Documented information
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6
2
Codes
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2.1
2.2
2.3
Mechanical room
Working on the equipment
Technical literature
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3
The structural Surroundings for the Furnace
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3.1
3.2
Heating room requirements
The chimney connection
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4
Transport and Installation
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5
Water System Installation
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5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
Safety Equipment
Expansion
The boiler circuit with return circuit 3- way valve
The extinguishing water tank
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Electrical Installation
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6.1
6.2
Positioning the control cabinet
Electrical connection
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Fire Protection
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7.1
7.1.1
7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4
7.2
7.2.1
7.2.2
7.2.3
7.2.4
7.3
Protection against burn-back for the boiler plant
Preventing overfilling of the fire box
Preventing burn-back
The backflash safeguard (RZS)
Automatically Triggering Extinguishing System for the Furnace Feed (SLEK)
Burn-back safeguard for the fuel supply system (RSE)
Automatically Triggering System for the Material Supply System (SLE-M)
The slide valve
Rotary valve
Double rotary valve with pressure compensation system
Fire protection for the fuel storage space
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Commissioning
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Filling the heating system
Fuel for the commissioning
Inspection of the installation
Commissioning and handover
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9 Spec Sheets
6960-1, 2, 3
4550-1, 3
6010-1, 2, 3, 4
6110-1, 2
6120-1, 2, 3
6800-1, 2, 3
6810-1
6850-1, 2
4000-1
4020-1, 2, 3
4030-1, 2
4040-1, 2
4050-1, 2
4090-1
Supplement
1120-1, 2
1010-1, 2
1000-1, 2
PYROT rotary combustion chamber boiler, Installation of Closed System
Extinguishing System, Installation
PYROT Rotation Heating System, Boiler Plant
PYROT Rotation Heating System, Exhaust Gas Deduster
PYROT Rotation Heating System, De-ashing & Cleaning Systems
PYROT Rotation Heating System, Ecotronic Control System
PYROT Rotation Firing System, PYROT Double-boiler System
Ecotronic Control System, PYROT Remote Transmission
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit, Equipping
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit, Module Extension, Data Transmission Lines
ECOTRONIC Heat Control Unit, Additional Heat Generators
ECOTRONIC Heat Control Unit, Heat Consumer
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit, Solar Energy
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit, Visualisation & Remote Maintenance
Arrangement of the electrical wiring on the PYROT
Services and Installation
Wood Fuels, Minimum Requirements / Instructions
General Terms and Conditions of Deliver
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1 General Information
Viessmann solid-fuel boiler may only be set up and commissioned by specialists. This will rule out any incorrect
assembly or commissioning. These instructions have thus
been reduced to important technical data, references to
regulations, technical rules and other regulations.
Steel wood fired hot water heating boiler.
For operation with modulating boiler water temperatures in
closed and open loop forced circulation hot water heating
systems.
The Pyrot KRT boilers are certified the CAN/CSA B366.1M91 and UL 391.
The boiler model selected should be based on an accurate
heat loss calculation of the building. The boiler selected
must be complete with the connected radiation.
Maximum working pressure
Maximum boiler temperature
(closed loop)
30 or 60 psig
250 °F / 121°C
This boiler does not require a flow switch.
Installation Code for Solid Fuel Burning Appliances and
Equipment
2 Codes
Please carefully read this manual prior to attempting
installation. Any warranty is null and void if these
instructions are not followed.
For information regarding other Viessmann System
Technology componentry, please reference
documentation of the respective product.
We offer frequent installation and service seminars to
familiarize our partners with our products. Please inquire.
The installation of this unit shall be in accordance with
local codes. In the absence of local codes, use:
CSA B365-0
In Canada all electrical wiring is to be done in accordance
with the latest edition of CSA C22.1 Part 1 and/or local
codes. In the U.S., use the
National Electrical Code ANSI/NFPA 70.
2.1 Mechanical room
Ensure the mechanical room complies with the
requirements in this Viessmann recommends installation of
an additional electrical disconnect switch and a fuel shutoff valve (if possible) outside the mechanical room or
enclosed area of installation
2.2 Working on the equipment
1.1 State of the art
The operating instructions are in keeping with the PYRTEC
at the time of its delivery. In the interest of our customers,
we reserve the right to make subsequent alterations resulting from further technical development without being required to give notification of such.
1.2 Documented information
The installation instructions contain the information required according to the subject boilers have been tested
and examined in accordance with:
CSA B366.1-M91
Solid Fuel Fired Central Heating Appliances
CSA C.22.2#3-M88(R2004)
Electrical Features of Fuel Burning Equipment
UL391 (4thEd)
Solid Fuel and Combination-Fuel Central and Supplementary Furnaces
CSA B365-01
A licensed professional heating contractor who is qualified
and experienced in the installation, service, and maintenance of hot water boilers must do the installation, adjustment, service, and maintenance of this boiler.
There are no user serviceable parts on the boiler, burners,
or control.
Ensure main power supply to equipment, the heating system, and all external controls have been deactivated. Take
precautions in all instances to avoid accidental activation of
power during service work.
The completeness and functionality of field supplied electrical controls and components must be verified by the
heating contractor. These include low water cut-offs, flow
switches (if used),
staging controls, pumps, motorized valves, air vents, thermostats, etc.
2.3 Technical literature
Literature for PYROT KRT boiler:
- Assembly Installation Instruction
- Operating and maintenance instructions
- Field wiring diagram.
Leave all literature at the installation site and advise the
system operator/ultimate owner where the literature can be
found. Contact Viessmann for additional copies.
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3 The structural Surroundings for the
Boiler
The national building regulations existing in this connection
must always be complied with.
3.1 Heating room requirements
A separate, dry heating room must always be provided for
the PYROT. No combustible materials may be stored in the
heating room. The heating boiler may only be set up on a
fire- and temperature-resistant floor. No temperaturesensitive pipes or lines may be installed in the floor below
the heating boiler.
The load-bearing capacity of the heating room floor must
be designed for the weight of the system plus filling with
water and fuel. The load-bearing capacity of the floor in
the area of the boiler bearing surface must be (2000kg/m²)
410lb/ft². Detailed technical dimensioning is possible with
data sheet no. 6010.
The minimum distance to the walls and ceiling required according to the table of dimensions for proper cleaning and
maintenance of the boiler must be complied with. A sufficient supply of fresh air must be provided directly from
outdoors into the heating room. Induced ventilation is
necessary for heating rooms that are confined or enclosed.
The temperature in the heating room must not exceed
(+40°C) 104°F while the system is in operation (in the
area approx. (1m) 3ft away from the boiler).
The temperature in the heating room must not fall below
(+10°C) 50°F while the system is in operation (inner side
of exterior walls).
3.2 The chimney connection
The PYROT rotary combustion chamber boiler is equipped
with an exhaust fan and thus a fireplace without a draught
requirement.
This boiler must be properly vented. Use a vent material
certified for use with solid-fuel fired equipment.
This boiler shall be connected to:
a) a masonry chimney conforming to local regulations
or, in the absence of such regulations, to the requirements of the National Building Code or
b) a certified factory-built chimney.
A flue pipe serving this boiler shall be constructed of steel
or other suitable material with a melting point of not less
than (1100°C) 2000°F.
Galvanized steel shall not be used.
For installations in the USA:
The boiler venting system must be tested and listed
by a Nationally Recognized Testing Lab to the UL
103HT- Standard for Solid and Liquid Fuel Chimneys
installed in the USA.
For installations in Canada:
The boiler venting system must be tested and listed
by a Nationally Recognized Testing Lab to the ULC S629- Standard for Solid and Liquid Fuel Chimneys
installed in Canada.
The PYROT rotary combustion chamber boiler is outputcontrolled within a range from 30%-100% of the rated
boiler output. This produces exhaust temperatures within
a range from min. (100°C) 212°F and max. (250°C)
482°F. An insulated chimney should be provided to prevent the danger of sooting.
The distance from the exhaust fan to the chimney should
be as short as possible. 90° elbows should be avoided if
possible. The flue gas pipes of more than (1 m) 3ft in
length must be insulated.
The connection to the chimney should be made such that it
rises at an angle from 30°- 45°.
The exhaust line, incl. the lead-in into the chimney, should
be executed so as to be gas-tight.
4 Transport and Installation
The personnel who carry out the transport have to know
the dangers of accidents that might arise on doing so and
prevent such through suitable measures.
Only hoist the boiler when it is entirely empty (of water,
fuel and ash).
Pyrot 150 - 300
Hoist by the lifting lug.
Pyrot 400 - 540
Hoist by forward-flow and return-flow connection pieces
using a cross bar.
WARNING – Follow instructions for proper installation.
For fired installations:
This boiler must be installed in accordance with local codes
if any; if not, follow B 365-01, Installation Code for SolidFuel Burning Appliance and Equipment.
This boiler need fresh air for safe operation and must be installed so there are provisions for adequate combustion and
ventilation air.
Inadequate supply of combustion air can cause poisonous
flue gases to enter living space with can cause severe personal injury or loss of life.
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5 Water System Installation
Customers must ensure that there is a supply of water independent of the electricity supply. This (redundant) design ensures that in case of a power failure, the boiler will
be reliably cooled by the thermal run-off safety valve.
5.1 Safety Equipment
The safety equipment for the heating installation must be
carried out by the heating contractor authorised to do so.
See Spec Sheet 5960 as an example.
Installing safety devices on the boiler
IMPORTANT
This boiler does not require a flow switch.
Low water cut-off
A low water cut-off may be required by local codes.
If boiler is installed above radiation level, a low water cutoff device of approved type must be installed in all
instances. Do not install an isolation valve between boiler
and low water cut-off.
5.2 Expansion
With closed expansion, the supply pressure to the expansion tank should be equal to the max. amount of the system pressure plus (0.2 bar) 3 psig.
Installing safety devices.
1. Install pressure relief valve, discharge pipe, air vent and
pressure gage as described in the Installation
Instructions of safety header.
A 30 or 60 psig pressure relief valve is shipped with the
boiler (standard equipment).
2. Install discharge pipe on pressure relief valve. The end
of the pipe must not be threaded.
The pressure relief discharge pipe should extend to a
floor drain and end approximately 6”/150 mm above the
drain.
Do not install shut-off valve in discharge pipe.
Do not reduce discharge pipe diameter.
Do not pipe discharge to outdoors!
IMPORTANT
Install the (approved) factory supplied pressure relief valve.
Removal of air from the system must occur via use of air
vent(s) in the system supply. To ensure the boiler can be
purged of all air, ensure supply/return water lines do not
contain restrictive piping where air could be trapped.
5.3 The boiler circuit with return circuit 3way valve
To reliably prevent boiler corrosion through condensation of
the flue gases, the boiler return flow temperature must in
no case be below 65°C 149°F.
The PYROT rotary combustion chamber boiler is infinitely
variably output-controlled. For that, it is necessary there to
be a constant flow through the boiler of the water to be
heated. The boiler circuit the boiler pump and boiler mixer
must therefore be installed according to Spec Sheet 6960.
The design of the boiler circuit should be carried out such
that the temperature difference between the boiler supply
and the Boiler return temperature is equal to or less than
(15°C) 27°F.
The activation of the boiler pump and boiler control valve is
integrated in the custom control panel that comes with the
boiler.
5.4 The extinguishing water tank
A self-activating extinguishing device must always be installed next to boiler feed system. With regard to the assembly, refer to the spec sheets in the annex
The functioning is carried out by means of an extinguishing
valve and is not dependent on electric current. A floattype switch monitors the water level and should be electrically connected (see connection diagram)
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6 Electrical Installation
6.1 Positioning the control module and
control cabinet
7.1.1
Preventing overfilling of the fire box
A level monitor must be installed to prevent overfilling of
the firebox. The PYRTEC Grate Firing System has a light
barrier to monitor the embers.
7.1.2
Preventing burn-back
Electrical company at a place easily accessible for operation should mount the control module. Optimum positioning of the control cabinet will allow minimisation of the
length of installation lines and thus of costs.
With a sensor directly on the insertion pipe, any danger of
burn-back beginning will be detected and quickly counteracted at an early stage through boosted output (an increase in the advancing of the material).
The position of the control module and control cabinet
should be selected such that the negative effect of heat
radiation (front side of boiler, rear side of boiler with exhaust gas collector and exhaust gas fan as well as exhaust
gas line) and interference caused by dust during cleaning
will both be kept as low as possible.
As a result, any requirement for a protective device coming
into effect is avoided, and normal operation, defined as the
greatest possible degree of safety supplying heat, is adhered to.
The ambient temperature for the control cabinet (approx.
(10 cm) 4’’ away from the control cabinet) should not exceed (40°C) 104°F while the system is in operation. In
case of doubt, preference should be given to placing the
control cabinet outside the heating room near the heating
room door.
6.2 Electrical connection
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-
Connect it according to the wiring plan, lying of the
CAN-BUS wire according to data sheet 4020.
In the area of hot parts (flue gas fan, flue gas pipe), the
lines should be installed in steel pipes at an appropriate
distance so as to be temperature-protected.
The cable bushings to the motors and equipment must
be executed so as to be dust-tight and provided with a
strain relief.
Attention:
This is not complete system drawing. The installer has responsibility to assure that the control is suitable for the respective installation, and all necessary safety equipment is
installed.
Attention:
The information about wire type, wire number and wire
gauge, made in the wiring diagrams is not obligatory. The
final decision of these settings has to be done by the executing installation company considering the local codes and
regulations.
7 Fire Protection
The fire protection regulations for wood heating systems
differ from country to country.
The regulations applicable to the respective location of installation must always be complied with.
7.1 Protection against burn-back for the
boiler plant
These are part of the scope of delivery for the PYRTEC
Grate Firing System.
7.1.3
The back flash safeguard
The back flash safeguard is over 150 kW.
The PYROT Grate Firing System is always equipped with
an isolating layer and is continuously operated with negative pressure.
As a result the PYROT Grate Firing System is considered as
equipped with a back flash safeguard.
7.1.4
Boiler Feed Automatically Triggering Extinguishing
System.
A water extinguishing system is always necessary on the
feed auger.
This system should reliably prevent burn-back in case of a
malfunction (such as a power failure). For safety reasons and to prevent damage by flooding, connecting the
extinguishing system directly to the water network is not
advisable.
This extinguishing system must always be equipped with a
6.6 USG / 25l extinguishing water tank with a float-type
switch and an adjustable Danfoss extinguisher valve. The
tank for the SLE must be equipped with a level monitoring
system.
If there is a shortage of water, the PYROT Grate Firing System will switch off automatically. In case of excess temperature, the feed auger will be flooded reliably but in a
limited fashion.
The heating contractor according to Spec Sheet 4550 must
carry out the piping for the extinguishing system.
7.2 Burn-back safeguard for the fuel supply
system (RSE)
The rest of the "burn-back protection for material transport" depends on the respective requirements (location,
size of the fuel storage site, material, pressure conditions
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and regulations) these being separate items for the scope
of delivery ordered from Viessmann according to the descriptions below.
We always recommend installing a rotary valve as
per section 7.2.3 for the PYROT Rotation Heating
System.
In addition to being a safeguard against burn-back,
this will also prevent any penetration by air leaking in
via the feed auger.
7.2.1
Automatically Triggering System for the Material
Supply System (SLE-M)
Approved in part as a variation to the shut-off valve in
pressure-less fuel storage units.
The heating engineer according to Spec Sheet 4550
must carry out the installation of the extinguishing
system.
7.2.2
The slide valve
suited to reduce pressure and at the same time is consider
as a suitable safeguard against back-burn.
Max. overpressure allowed in fuel storage unit:
(+500 Pa) +2.00"wc.
Max. negative pressure allowed in fuel storage unit:
(+0 Pa) +0"wc.
7.2.4 Double rotary valve with pressure compensation system
If, due to special circumstances, any mechanically produced negative pressures or extraordinarily high overpressures are expected in the fuel storage unit, then two rotary
valves must be installed in the material transport route according to the respective project plan with a pressure compensation line to the outdoors.
Maximum overpressure allowed in fuel storage unit:
(+3000 Pa) /+12"wc.
Maximum negative pressure allowed in fuel storage
unit: (-3000 Pa) / – 12"wc.
This is approved in pressure-less fuel storage units in all
cases and suitable safeguard against back-burn.
One must have the supplier of the chip suctioning system
confirm the maximum pressures to be expected.
7.2.3 Rotary valve
If remnant wood is moved into fuel storage spaces with
fans, then, in order to reduce pressure applied, at least one
rotary valve is necessary to reduce pressure between the
fuel storage unit and the furnace. The rotary valve is
The rotary valve below the silo extraction system can become leaky due to wear of the sealing elements or through
large pieces of wood that cannot be conveyed. This leakage can make it possible for low-temperature gases to flow
back from the furnace into the silo.
umes of water by using appropriate measures for water
treatment.
A smoke gas alarm must be installed between the rotary
valve and the silo extraction system, which, when triggered, will disconnect the system causing the negative
pressure for the silo.
7.3 Fire protection for the fuel storage space
The measures necessary for this are never part of the
scope of performance from Viessmann.
The conditions set by the local building authorities must be
met by the operating organisation in this connection.
8 Commissioning
Only Viessmann or another trained specialist may put a
newly installed facility into operation for the first time.
Before the facility is commissioned, the system must be
filled with water, fuel stored for the commissioning and the
installation inspected.
8.1 Filling the heating system
The first filling is usually carried out with untreated water
without any chemical water treatment but definitely filtered
and thus free of any suspended solids.
Pay special attention when the filling is carried out to be
sure the air is carefully bled out. With difficult water conditions (high degrees of hardness, etc) and/or large vol-
Note: The filling pressure of the cold water reserve should
be approx. (0.1 bar) 1.5 psig greater than the supply pressure of the closed expansion tank.
8.2 Fuel for the commissioning
For the commissioning, dry fuel (max. W 20%) should be
stored in an amount for approx. 10-24 full operating hours.
This is as follows:
PYROT
100
PYROT
150
PYROT
220
PYROT
300
PYROT
400
PYROT
500
approx.
approx.
approx.
approx.
approx.
approx.
1760
2640
3300
4400
5500
6600
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
lb
Since the boiler plant is cold, and the residual moisture will
also be drawn from the refractory concrete during the initial operation, the material to be burned for the initial operation has to be at least air dry. The heating-up process
should be carried out during the first three hours at low
output.
To check the functioning of the silo extraction system, not
too much material to be burned should be stored so as to
be able to quickly clear out the extraction system to remedy the cause of any malfunction there might be.
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8.3 Inspection of the installation
Before the commissioning, the future operating organisation along with the installing companies (heating contractor
& electrician) are obliged to inspect the installation for the
following points:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Exhaust gas port connected to the exhaust gas line on
the chimney.
Chimney completely installed with clear cross section
all the way through.
Safety valve installed on the boiler and/or boiler forward flow.
Thermal run-off safety valve connected to the cold
water network.
The sensor for the thermal run-off safety valve is situated in the dipping shell.
The sensor for the temperature-limiting safety switch
is situated in the dipping shell.
The extinguishing water tank on the feed auger is
filled with water.
The sensor for the extinguisher valve is mounted tight
on the pipe for the feed auger.
The expansion tank is connected.
The conveying systems are installed between the
boiler and the material storage unit.
The facility is filled with water.
Material to be burned is stored for the test operation.
The safety limit switch is installed on the door to the
material storage site (if there is a walk-through door).
The control system is connected to the power supply
network.
The motors, switches and sensors are electrically
connected.
Do not put the boiler plant into operation over-hastily without the presence of a specialist from Viessmann or another
trained specialist.
In case of damage, you would lose your warranty claims.
Inspected on . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
By . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Signature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
8.4 Commissioning and handover
A competent contact person from the operating organisation's side must be present for the commissioning and
handover.
The heat dissipation from the boiler plant has to be assured
by the operating organisation or by the heating engineer.
The heating contractor has to confirm that an inspection of
the installation has been carried out positively by handing
over these signed Installation Instructions.
Complying with these Installation Instructions and also following the Operating Instructions, you will be provided
with heat from wood in a safe and convenient fashion.
Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc. thanks you for the
trust you have shown in us.
These Installation Instructions should be kept near the facility on a permanent basis.
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Notes
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Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Installation, closed system
vIESmAnn
6960-1
vIESmAnn
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Installation, closed system
6960-2
a) Note:
- To reliably prevent boiler corrosion caused by condensation of flue gases, the boiler return flow temperature must
not under any circumstances be below 150°F/65°C. A boiler circuit pump with a boiler mixer should be provided according
to the diagram for this purpose. The boiler circuit should be designed such that the temperature difference between
the forward flow and the return flow is equal to or less than ∆t 15°C / 27°F.
- For integrating heat consumers, see Spec Sheet 4000.
- The expansion tank has to be connected to the boiler above the boiler forward flow and without any shut-offs.
b) Safety-relevant equipment included in the scope of performance provided by the installing
heating engineer
M 20
Y 20
SV
Boiler pump
Boiler mixing valve
Safety valve, pressure set to max. 3.0 bar, homologated component as per DIN 3440
Nominal width of the valve, of the connection line and of the exhaust pipe as per DIN 4751 Part 2
TS131 Thermal run-off safety valve R ¾”, homologated component; special-purpose design for opening
temperature 212°F/ 100°C, (safety heat exchanger built into boiler). With the Pyrot-400 and Pyrot-540, two safety
heat exchangers in parallel are required but only one thermal run-off safety valve.
KW.
Cold water inlet, min. 36 psig/ 2.5 bar, max. 51 psig/ 3.5 bar
WMS... Water level control device, homologated component; required in Germany starting from systems over 350
KW, Installation recommendation: WMS with magnetic transmission of the float movement to a switch unit
EL
Air separator (recommendation: absorption-type degasser)
ExH...
Expansion tank closed, with design certification; for heating system (Recommendation: connect on cool return flow,
connected to the boiler via the forward flow without any blockage units)
ExS…
Expansion tank closed; with design certification; for safety heat exchanger, max. 4.0 liters, 145 psig/ 10 bar
DAZ
Pressure indication device (pressure gauge)
TAZ
Temperature indication device (thermometer)
c) Design recommendation
Model Boiler circuit
Thermal
Water
Storage tank
Supply
Drain pipe
Safety relief
Safety
KRT
(VL, RL,BP)
run-off
through-put
(accumulator)
line ZL
AL²)
valve
line
Volume³)
SL²)
safety valve required at
TS-131
2.5 bar
Watts or
Conbraco
(Quantity)
/36 psig
l/h
GPM
L
USG
30Lb or 60Lb
150
NW 50
1
915
4
1500
396
R¾"
R 1"
¾"
¾"
NW 40
220
NW 50
1
1230
5.4
2200
581
R¾"
R 1"
¾"
¾"
NW 40
300
NW 65
1
1500
6.6
2500
660
R¾"
R 1"
1"
1"
NW 50
400
NW 80
1
1880
8.3
3200
845
R¾"
R 1"
1"
1"
NW 50
540
NW 60
1
2266
10
4300 1136
R¾"
R 1"
1¼"
1¼" NW 65
1) Threaded connection for supply line
2) Length of the exhaust pipe up to 4.0 m 13ft (for longer lines, see DIN 4751 Part 2)
3) On request, we will be glad to provide a project-based offer on the storage tanks(s).
d) Equipment recommendation from Viessmann delivery program
-
Note: The equipment below will only be supplied via the installing heating engineer
North America
Boiler model
KRT-
pump
freq.
150
220
300
400
540
UPS 32-80 F
UPS 40-80/4 F
UPS 50-80/4 F
UPS 50-80/4 F
UPS 50-80/4 F
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
60 Hz
voltage
and
phase
3 x 208-230 V
3 x 208-230 V
3 x 208-230 V
3 x 208-230 V
3 x 208-230 V
Grundfos
part
number
96402710
96404950
96404960
96404960
96404960
Vi. Part
Number
9560240
9544478
9560274
9560274
9560274
1) For ∆t 15K, 27°F as per illustration
Any additional resistors (heat meters, slide valve) require redesigning of the boiler pump!
voltage
and
phase
1 x 230 V
1 x 230 V
1 x 230 V
1 x 230 V
1 x 230 V
Grundfos
Vi. Part
part
number
number
96402709 9560239
96404949 9560255
96404959 9560273
96404959 9560273
96404959 9560273
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Installation, closed system
Mixing valves:
North America
boiler model
KRT150
220
300
400
540
diameter
3-way mixing valve
Viessmann
part no.
mixing valve actuator
Viessmann
part no.
2"
7133024
7133390
2½"
Z001194 (Centra)
3"
Z001195 (Centra)
9544483 (Centra)
vIESmAnn
6960-3
Spec Sheet
Fire- extinguishing Systems
K-SLE & K-SLV Installation
vIESmAnn
4550-1
a) Fire-extinguishing System for Burner Slide-in Module, Art. No. K-SLE
Note: Pyromat-DYN has an extra charge with Art. No. K-SLE (see Spec Sheet 4500)
With Pyrot and Pyrtec this is included in the burner article.
Fig. 1: K-SLE on feed auger
b) Fire-extinguishing System for Material Feed Facility, Art. No. K-SLV
For Köb scope of delivery, refer to Spec Sheet 4500
Fig. 2: K-SLV on conveyor auger
Fig. 3: K-SLV on extractor system situated on top with
Down pipe
Be sure to note:
· The lines must be executed in metal (1/2") with fixed pipe work (K-SLE and K-SLV).
· It must not be possible to shut off the cold water inlet without the aid of tools.
· Be especially sure to comply with Point 5 of the Installation Instructions (Fire Prevention).
Note:
K-SLV is an alternative or supplementary safety device. As standard, either a slide valve (Art. No. MBA-.; included in
Article ADF_.,. / ADE_3,0) is required for pressure less material storage sites or a rotary valve (Art. No. MBZ-.) for
material storage sites with over- or under-pressure (loading with fan, such as wood-processing businesses).
Spec Sheet
Fire- extinguishing Systems
K-SLE & K-SLV Installation
vIESmAnn
4550-2
Spec Sheet
Fire- extinguishing Systems
K-SLE & K-SLV Installation
vIESmAnn
4550-3
vIESmAnn
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Boiler plant
6010-1
Description:
The PYROT Rotation Heating System (patent no: EP 0 905 442 B1) was developed for automatic incineration of all dry
to moist wood fuels (remnant wood, pellets and forest woodchips to max. W35-40).
The PYROT Rotation Heating System is characterized by high efficiencies and perfect incineration at all load levels. The
PYROT Boiler Plant has been tested and approved in accordance with the latest quality criteria as per EN 303-5 Heating
Boilers for solid fuels, CE-certification in accordance with European Machinery Directive with continuous quality
inspection by the TÜV.
Max. forward flow temperature allowed: 250°F / 121°C
Max. operating pressure allowed: 30 or 60psig
Safety heat exchanger: Built into the boiler
How it functions:
- The feed auger conveys the material to be burned diagonally from below into the firing system. The holding devices
for the burn-back sensor and the thermal extinguishing valve are situated on the conveyor pipe. Above the auger,
there is a metering container with a light barrier to ascertain the level of the fuel isolating layer required according to TRD 414.
- The material to be burned is ignited automatically by an electric heat gun. The gasification of the fuel is carried out on
a feed grate moved by a worm-geared motor. The ash falls in an ash bin below. An automatic de-ashing system is
optional. The fire block is lined with highly refractory insulation and fired refractory concrete elements.
- The combustion gases rising from the fire block are swept up by the rotating secondary airflow brought to bear by the
rotation blower and burned out completely in the round combustion chamber. The thermal energy from the
combustion gases is transmitted to the boiler water in a horizontally positioned pipe-type heat exchanger. The boiler
is heavily insulated, cased in an aesthetically pleasing fashion and provided with excellent access through the boiler
door on the end side. On the rear side of the boiler there is a flange for an oil burner, which is closed by an insulated
blank lid with an inspection window.
- A flue gas re circulation system reduces the temperature in the fire box while maintaining the highest possible degree
of efficiency. This increases the service life of the un-cooled refractory elements in the incineration zone. With the
basic setting, the ratio of re-circulated gas to fresh air is geared precisely to the material to be burned. A mechanical
flow volume regulator provides a constant ratio of the quantity of re-circulated gas to fresh air over the entire output range.
- The flue gas fan is specially designed for wood heating operation and is very quiet. The motor has a solid, heat resistant
design with a heat dissipation hub and is spring-supported. The fan casing on the intake port turns in infinitely variable fashion.
The blow-out nozzle is round. Installation is possible on the top, side or rear of the flue gas collector. Included in the delivery:
- Feed auger with isolating layer, incl. extinguishing valve with dirt trap, extinguishing water container with holding device
- Fire block with feed grate
- Automatic ignition device
- Boiler with rotation combustion chamber
- Set of displacement rods
- Flue gas re-circulation system
- Exhaust fan
- Supplementary air device (draught controller); for installation in the exhaust pipe
- Accessories: counter-flange, incl. bolts, seals and cleaning device
Requirements on the chimney:
Installation of a supplementary air device (draught controller) if not possible in the fire tube (see Spec Sheet 6010-3).
ACCESSORIES for PYROT Rotation Heating System (Item KRT-...) at extra charge:
Designation
Item
Exhaust gas de-duster 90 l
KRT-E...1
De-ashing in bin, 240 l
KRT-A2-S
De-ashing in skip, 800 l
KRT-A8-S
De-ashing in base container
KRT-ES-...-S
Cleaning system, pneumatic
KRT-W...-S
Operating pressure of 6 bar allowed
KRT-P..
Feed auger, two-stage ,
KRT-P2
Insulation for re circulated flue gas line DN 80 KRT-RZ-IS1
Insulation for re circulated flue gas line DN 125 KRT-RZ-IS2
Reduced output:
KRT- VS-…
Ecotronic control system
ECO-...
6110
6120
6120
6120
6120
6200
6200
6200
6200
Text
6110
6120
6120
6120
6200
6800
Use
Optional
Optional (standard)
Variation for KRT-A2-S
Variation for KRT-A2-S
Optional
Customized design from PYROT 220
Optional (switchover: pellets to chips)
Advisable (or insulation by customer)
Advisable (or insulation by customer)
Optional (reduced charge)
Required
Dimensions
vIESmAnn
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Boiler Plant
6010-2
Technical specs:
PYROT Rotation Heating system
Trade name
Item No:
Performance data
Related heat output QN
MBH / [kW]
Continuous output 1)
QD
MBH / [kW]
Minimum heat output2)
Qmin MBH / [kW]
Efficiency in operation to be performed [%]
Maximum water content 3)
[%]
Size of the chips 4)
Exhaust gas figures
Mass flow rate QN; W5; O2 6%
[lb/s] [g/s]
Volume flow QN; W5; O2 6%; 150ºC [ft³/s][ m³/s]
Mass flow rate QW35; W35; O2 8%;
[g/s]
Volume flow QW35;W35; O2 8%; 150°C
[m/s]
Average exhaust gas temperature at QN5)
[°F /°C]
Average exhaust gas temperature at QMIin5) [°F /°C]
Chimney drought required
[Pa]
Electrical connections
Electrical connections, total
[kW]
Ignition device
[kW]
Flue gas fan
[kW]
Articulated head fan
[kW]
Feed auger
[kW]
Grate drive unit
[kW]
Electric power consumption at QN
[kW]
Electric power consumption at Qmin
[kW]
Heating – relevant specs
Volume on heating gas side
[ltr]
Volume of ash container for grate ash
[ltr]
Volume opf ash container for flue gas
[USG / ltr]
de-duster
Water side resistance (diff.15 K / 27°F) [“wc/mbar]
Boiler water volume
[USG / ltr]
Heating surface
[ft² / m²]
Test pressure 6)
[psig / bar]
Maximum operating pressure 6)
[psig / bar]
Maximum boiler operating pressure
[°F /°C]
Minimum return temperature
[°F /°C]
Weights
Weights of fire block
[lb / kg]
Weight of heat exchanger 7)
[lb / kg]
Weight of flue gas de-duster
[lb / kg]
Weight of feed auger
[lb / kg]
Total weight without water 8)
[lb / kg]
Total weight with water 8)
[lb / kg]
1)
Continuous output:
Q Qmin :
Q ! Qmin :
3) Moist fuels:
4) Specification:
5) Exhaust gas temperature:
Other influences:
2)
At extra charge:
Weights:
8) Total weight:
6)
7)
150
KRT-150
220
KRT-220
300
KRT-300
400
KRT-400
540
KRT-540
512 / 150
461 / 135
154 / 45
85%
W 40
751 / 220
683 / 200
205 / 60
1024 / 300
921 / 270
273 / 80
1365 / 400
1229 / 360
341 / 100
1843 / 540
1639 / 480
478 / 140
G 30 / G 50 as per CAN/CSA-B366. 1-M91
80.4
3.1 / 0.09
106.9
0.12
117.9
4.9 / 0.14
156.9
0.19
160.8
6.7 / 0.19
213.9
0.25
320 / 160
266 /130
±0
214.4
8.8 / 0.25
285.2
0.34
289.44
12.4 / 0.35
385.1
0.46
2.67
1.6
0.55
0.12
0.37
0.03
1.032
0.355
2.85
3.6
3.98
3.63
0.55
0.75
1.1
1.1
0.55
0.03
1.108
0.369
1.1
0.03
1.521
0.434
1.1
0.06
1.868
0.480
0.75
0.06
1.753
0.460
374
32
744
45
883
55
24 / 90
1340
75
1613
91
13 / 38
114 /432
116 / 1.078
30 / 76
209 / 794
173 / 16.04
906 / 412
3201 / 1455
649 /295
277 / 126
5034 / 2288
5984 / 2720
1084 / 493
5031 / 2287
693 /315
277 / 126
7086 / 3221
8833 / 4015
16 / 42
11 / 29
238 / 903
350 / 1326
115 / 20.72
310 / 28.76
173 / 5
30 or 60 / 2 or 4
212 / 100
149 / 65
1251 / 569
5970 / 2714
693 /315
277 / 126
8193 / 3724
10179 / 4627
1590 / 723
8690 / 3950
770 /350
282 / 128
11332 / 5151
14249 / 6477
22 / 56
399 / 1510
424 / 39.36
1648 / 794
9541 / 4337
770 /350
282 / 128
12340 / 5609
15662 / 7119
Output leveling out as base load boiler in continuous operation with pneumatic cleaning
system (for track time, see Operating Instructions)
Operation with modulated control (Infinitely variable power control)
Low load with ON Qmin / OFF (Stop-and-go mode)
>W35 further limitations regarding output, degree of efficiency and control behavior
See Spec Sheet 1010, Minimum Requirements for Wooden Fuels
An increase is possible by removing the displacement rods (QN + 30°C; Qmin + 10°C)
Fuel, water content, ash content, pneumatic cleaning system yes/no;
track time (number of operating hours without cleaning)
Specifications for the start of the track time (toward the end of the track time there is an
increase in the exhaust gas temperature by approx. 20°C)
7.8 bar test pressure; 6 bar operational pressure;
Incl. door and refractory concrete lining
Incl. displacement rods
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Boiler Plant
vIESmAnn
6010-3
vIESmAnn
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Boiler Plant
6010-4
Connections / dimensions:
Ptrtec [Item-Nr.]
Water connection PN 6 (see Spec Sheet 6960)
l
Boiler forward flow
KRT-150
KRT- 220
KRT-300
R 2” F
ll
Boiler return flow
lll
Connection for extinguishing water
lV
Drain valve for boiler
V
Safety heat exchanger
Vl
Dipping shell for thermal run off safety
Connection exhaust flue gas pipe ¯
[in / mm]
Location of the connections
[in / mm]
Dimension of the foundations
[in / mm]
R
R
2
2
3”/ DN 80
PN6
3”/DN 80 PN6
3”/ DN 80
PN6
3”/DN 80 PN6
2 x R 1/2"M
2 x R 1/2"M
4 x R 1/2"M
4 x R 1/2"M
97/8"/ 250
60 /1525
123.2 / 3130
29.1 / 740
20.5 / 520
80.7 / 2050
26.7 / 680
45.25 / 1150
26.5 / 673
86.5 / 2200
134.8 / 3424
45.25 / 1150
14.6 / 370
3” / DN 80
85.3 / 2168
79.6 / 2024
82 / 2084
27.5 / 700
35.4 / 900
89.5 / 2274
120.4 / 2059
16 / 406
14 / 358
11.5 / 292
10.1 / 257
46.4 / 1179
12.5 / 316
117/8"/ 300
73.8 / 1875
142.2 / 3613
34.6 / 880
28.3 / 723
80.7 / 2050
26.7 / 680
45.25 / 1150
26.5 / 673
86.5 / 2200
148.8 / 3780
42.25 / 1150
17.3 / 440
5” / DN 125
86 / 2182
79.6 / 2024
82 / 2084
27.5 / 700
35.4 / 900
103.5 / 2630
134.5 / 3415
16 / 406
13.8 / 352
12.7 / 323
10.9 / 277
46.4 / 1179
12.5 / 316
137/8"/ 350
70.8 / 1800
147.1 / 3738
37.8 / 960
17.6 / 448
96.8 / 2460
31.5 / 800
54.7 / 1390
26.5 / 673
96 / 2440
157.6 / 4004
54.75 / 1390
17.3 / 440
5” / DN 125
96.7 / 2457
89 / 2262
95.3 / 2422(1)
27.5 / 700
43.3 / 1100
103 / 2614
136.1 / 3457
18.3 / 466
14.75 / 375
12.7 / 323
14 / 355
48 / 1219
12.6 / 319
137/8"/ 350
80 /2030
161.5 / 4103
43.1 / 1059
21.3 / 543
96.8 / 2460
31.5 / 800
54.7 / 1390
29.5 / 750
96 / 2440
166.6 / 4232
54.75 / 1390
24.6 / 548
5” / DN 125
99.5 / 2527
91.8 / 2332
98.1 / 2492(1)
29.2 / 742
43.3 / 1100
111.9 / 2842
145 / 3685
18.3 / 466
14.75 / 375
17.4 / 442
14 / 355
48 / 1279
12.6 / 319
2” F
/4 "
x R 1/2"M
x R 1/2"F
KRT-400
4”/DN 100
PN6
4 /DN 100 PN6
KRT-540
4”/DN 100
PN6
4“DN 100 PN6
3
A
97/8"/ 250
b
60.6 / 1541
d
112.2 / 2850
f
29.1 / 740
g
20.5 / 520
h
61.8 /1570
i
24.4 / 620
Dimensions of the boiler
B
34.25 / 870
C
26.5 / 673
D
75.6 / 1920
E
122.8 / 3120
F
34.25 / 870
G
14.6 / 370
I
3” / DN 80
K
75 / 1908
L
69.5 / 1765
M
71.8 / 1825
O
27.5 / 700
Q
27.5 / 700
R
88.5 / 2250
S
119.5 / 3035
T
15.5 / 392
U
14 / 358
W
11.5 / 292
X
9.1 / 232
Y
43 / 1093
Z
11.9 / 303
1) With Pyrot 400/5540: Suspension gear is detachable.
Parts for maintenance
1
Boiler door with rotation fan
2
Ash doors for the grate ash (2 units)
3
Maintenance cover for firing block
4
Cleaning lid for exhaust gas collector
5
Pneumatic cleaning system
6
Re-circulated flue gas line, variable arrangement of line
Electric drives & ignition
7
Feed auger
8
Drive and feed grate
9
Ignition device
10
Exhaust fan
11
Articulated head fan
12
De ashing system for fire block
13
De-ashing system for ascending conveyor auger
Switches and sensors These items are part of the Ecotronic control system
14
Light barrier for feed auger
15
Limit switch for maintenance cover
16
Temperature sensor for feed auger
17
Light barrier for embers (2 units)
18
Light barrier for de-ashing
19
Boiler sensor
20
Return flow sensor
21
Temperature-limiting safety switch (STB)
22
Exhaust gas sensor
23
Lambda sensor with measuring transducer
Item KRT-W…-S
Item KRT-E.-S
Item KRT-E.-S
Item PRT-…
Location:
Location:
Speck Sheet 6120
/ Spec Sheet 6120
/ Spec Sheet 6120
/ Spec Sheet 6800
Spec Sheet 6010
Spec Sheet 6010
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Exhaust Flue gas De duster
vIESmAnn
6110-1
Description:
Exhaust gas de-duster 90 liters [24 USG], [Item no. KRT-E…-1]
The exhaust gas de-duster is for minimizing dust emissions and is executed as a multi-cyclone with an axial function. The
De-duster is completely insulated, attractively encased and provided with three lids for cleaning. The crude gas space is
cleaned via the cleaning lid on the side. The clean gas chamber is cleaned via the top or rear cleaning lid (fan
connection not used).
The ash container, which is provided with a trolley, connects to the de-duster by quick-action fasteners and moves out
simply for emptying. The exhaust fan (see description of PYROT) is mounted either on top or on the side, as desired.
Note: The exhaust gas de-duster is required for the PYROT with fuels with high amounts of fine particles.
(Woodworking businesses, forest woodchips with fine particles amounting to more than 4%)
One ash bin comes with the system.
Additional ash bins have to be ordered separately.
Ash Bin, 90 liters [24 USG], reserve [Item No. EB-90]
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Exhaust flue gas De duster
vIESmAnn
6110-2
Dimensions and data:
Exhaust flue gas de-duster PYROT [ITEM NO]
KPR-E150-1
A
[in] / [mm]
7.9 / 200
a
[in] / [mm]
59.8 / 1521
c
[in] / [mm]
59.7 / 1518
j
[in] / [mm]
92 / 2338
k
[in] / [mm]
33.5 / 850
l
[in] / [mm]
35.3 / 898
m
[in] / [mm]
23.2 / 590
n
[in] / [mm]
18.3 / 465
o
[in] / [mm]
21.5 / 545
r
[in] / [mm]
36.2 / 820
s
[in] / [mm]
11 / 280
t
[in] / [mm]
66.5 / 1690
u
[in] / [mm]
Note: See Spec Sheet 6010 on how the exhaust flue gas is conducted
KPR-300-1
9.8 / 250
63.8 / 1621
69.9 / 1775
103.7 / 2643
33.5 / 850
45.5 / 1155
24.7 / 629
19.5 / 497
20.8 / 530
36.2 / 820
14.5 / 370
59.8 / 1519
-
KPR-E400-1
11.8 / 300
65.8 / 1671
73.8 / 1875
111.6 / 2835
33.5 / 850
49 / 1247
28.7 / 730
22.9 / 582
38.5 / 977
36.2 / 820
14.5 / 370
75.6 / 1920
49.2 / 1250
KPR-E540-1
11.8 / 300
68.5 / 1741
76.7 / 1949
115.3 / 2930
36.2 / 920
49 / 1247
28.7 / 730
22.9 / 582
38.5 / 977
36.2 / 820
14.5 / 370
75.6 / 1920
49.2 / 1250
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
De-ashing & Cleaning System
vIESmAnn
6120-1
Description:
De-ashing in Ash Bin 240 liters [63.5 USG], [Item No. KRT-A2-S]
De-ashing in Ash Skip, 800 liters [211.3 USG], [Item No. KRT-A8-S]
Complete auger de-ashing from the ash chamber for the fire block into an externally situated movable galvanized ashbin
(standard 240 liters). A light barrier control system keeps the level of the ashes constantly over the auger. As a result,
the ash in the ash pan under the incineration system can burn out, and in normal operation only cool ash that has burned
out is conveyed into the container.
Delivery includes:
- Boiler ash pan with ash level control system and de-ashing auger made of high-temperature steel
Drive via worm-geared motor
- Connection station with moveable ashbin
- Triggering system for the worm drives
Infrared light barrier for level monitoring of ash in fire box
Data and dimensions for de-ashing into ashbin, 240 liters:
Pyrot
KRT-150
KRT-220
KRT-300
KRT-400
[ITEM No]
KRT-EA2-S
Dimensions:
w [in] / [mm]
9.8 / 249
12.5 / 319
12.5 / 319
11.8 / 301
x
[in] / [mm]
40.2 / 1023
40.2 / 1023
46.9 / 1193
50.1 / 1273
Connection station with moveable ash bin; mountable at 90° and thus making it possible to select the
direction in which it moves out.
Standard variations and A-D are also possible in mirror-inverted fashion.
Extension of ascending conveyor auger per meter [Item No. KRT-ASM]
Extension of de-ashing auger per meter [Item No. KRT-AFM]
Ash bin, 240 l [63.5 USG], reserve [Item No. EB-240]
Ash skip, 800 l [211.3 USG], reserve [Item No. EC-800]
KRT-540
11.8 / 301
55.4 / 1408
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
De-ashing & Cleaning System
vIESmAnn
6120-2
Description:
De-ashing
De-ashing
De-ashing
De-ashing
De-ashing
De-ashing
in
in
in
in
in
in
Base
Base
Base
Base
Base
Base
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
Container
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
KRT-ES-100-S]
KRT-ES-150-S]
KRT-ES-220-S]
KRT-ES-300-S]
KRT-ES-400-S]
KRT-ES-540-S]
Complete auger de-ashing out of the ash chamber for the fire block into the
base container situated under the boiler with maximum volume. A light
barrier control system keeps the level of the ashes constantly over the
auger. As a result, the ash in the ash pan under the incineration system
can burn out, and in normal operation only cool ash that has burned out is
conveyed into the container. With the large base container, maximum
maintenance-free intervals are achieved.
Delivery includes:
Boiler ash pan with ash level control system and de-ashing auger made of high-temperature steel
Drive via worm-geared motor
- Base container with maximum volume and two maintenance doors for removing ash by vacuum or
kindling utensils
Control of the de-ashing by light barrier
Data and dimensions for de-ashing in base container:
Pyrot
KRT - 150
KRT - 220
KRT - 300
KRT - 400
[item No.]
KRT-ES-150-S
KRT-ES-220-S
KRT-ES-300-S
KRT-ES-400-S
Dimensions:
f [in] / [mm]
29.1 / 740
29.1 / 740
34.6 / 880
37.8 / 960
g [in] / [mm]
17.7 / 450
20.2 / 513
31 / 787
18 / 456
i
[in] / [mm]
23.3 / 593
26.7 / 680
26.7 / 680
31.5 / 800
Volume of base container:
[USG] / [Liters]
63 / 240
95 / 360
100 / 380
158.5 / 600
Weight of complete de ashing system: (in addition to boiler weight)
[Lb] / [kg]
705 / 320
749 / 340
793 / 360
838 / 380
KRT - 540
KRT-ES-540-S
43.1 / 1096
21.7 / 551
31.5 / 800
185 / 700
882 / 400
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
De-ashing & Cleaning System
vIESmAnn
6120-3
Description:
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Pneumatic
Cleaning
Cleaning
Cleaning
Cleaning
Cleaning
Cleaning
System
System
System
System
System
System
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
[Item
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
No.
KRT-W100-S]
KRT-W150-S]
KRT-W220-S]
KRT-W300-S]
KRT-W400-S]
KRT-W540-S]
The complete pipe-type heat exchanger is cleaned by periodic impulses of compressed air when in operation. The
process of cleaning takes place as blasts of the various sections that follow one after the other. The detaching of the ash
on the heat exchanger pipes is carried out by very short but strong pressure impulses. The detached particles are
carried by the flow of gas to the de-asher, where most of them are separated off. The system is built into the rear side of
the boiler. The compressor should preferably be installed at a cool spot in the heating room.
How the control system works:
The number of cleaning cycles within one time unit (e.g. per hour) is adapted to the loading of the boiler. One individual,
complete cleaning cycle consists of a series of pressure impulses over all the sections of the heat exchanger.
Delivery includes:
- Nozzle element integrated in the exhaust gas collector, incl. connection piece with heat dissipation plates
- Compressed air distributor with container and valve; with high-temperature hoses connected to the nozzle element
- Compressor model 362-100; special design for municipal use
Delivery capacity of 202 l/min; 100-l container; pressure of max.10 bar; motor 2.2 kW, 1450 RPM, 120V; or 230V/1/
incl. pressure controller, pressure switch and operating time limiter; plug and play; noise level of standard design: 75 dBA
- Compressed air hose to max. of 4.0m in length
- Valves permanently wired on terminal strip
- Software component in the control system
To be carried out by the customer:
- Provide a mains socket, 120V or 230/1/ 16A
Technical Data:
KRT - 150
KRT-W150-S
4
G 1”
1300
KRT - 220
KRT-W220-S
4
G 1”
2500
Number of zones/valves
Size of the valves
Max. air consumption at
full load [l/h]
Extra Charge for Soundproofed Compressor [Item No. KT-WK]
KRT - 300
KRT-W300-S
4
G 1”
2500
KRT - 400
KRT-W400-S
5
G 1”
3300
KRT - 540
KRT-W540-S
6
G 1”
4500
Compressor in Special design for municipal use with soundproofing hood, model 362-100; delivery capacity: 202 l/min;
container 100 l; pressure max. 10 bar; motor 2.2 kW, 1450 RPM, 230V; incl. pressure controller and pressure switch,
plug and play; noise level of 64 dBA
When this item is used, the compressor listed in the item "Pneumatic Cleaning System" is no longer required.
Reduced Price for Compressed Air Provided by Customer [Item No. KT-WL]
As a result, the compressor listed in the item "Pneumatic Cleaning System" is no longer required. The compressor
provided by the customer has to deliver at least the quantity and quality of air specified and have an adjustable pressure
controller as well as a safeguard against hose rupture (e.g. operating time limiter).
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Pyrot - Vitocontrol
vIESmAnn
6800-1
PYROT – Vitocontrol-C
A microprocessor control system for the complete PYROT Boiler Plant, incl. control of the systems for the fuel loading
necessary for the articles listed separately. The heat output of the furnace adjusts to the heat consumption in modulating
fashion. A regulating circuit for an incineration optimizing system is superimposed on the output control circuit with a
lambda sensor. Maximum quality criteria are met in terms of fire protection and personal protection.
Functions:
- Automatic ignition
- Output and control circuits with modulating output operation (25%-100%)
- Air-conducted by means of a speed-regulated exhaust fan, depending on the forward flow temperature
- Precise re supplying of fuel by the feed auger from the metering container with an isolating layer
- Refilling of the metering container with the use of a level monitoring system
- Limitation and distribution of the mass burning in the firebox by means of a level monitoring system in the fire
box along with movement of the feed grate
- Emissions-optimized control circuit:
- Optimized air supply through motor-operated air vents for the best possible incineration using a lambda sensor
- Upholding the return flow temperature with the boiler mixer provides for a long service life of the boiler.
- Control system for oil burner on the PYROT
- Safety functions for:
Excess temperature, burn-back, opening of a lid in the loading system and forced heat dissipation
- Floating output (malfunction indication system)
Operation:
Operation is carried out by means of a control panel with a membrane keyboard and plain language display. All the
operational data can be read on the display.
The set points for all the important parameters can be entered simply using the keyboard. Malfunctions are displayed in
plain language and indicated in the order of their occurrence.
The following items come with the system:
A microprocessor control system (control panel with back-lit plain language display), CE-tested, battery-backed real-time
clock, RS 232 serial interface for connection to PC.
Data transmission line from the control panel to the control cabinet; length: 10 m
-
-
Control cabinet (uninstalled), surface powder-coated with RAL 7035 (gray) textured
Executed according to CSA C 22, ready-wired on series terminals,
Feed: 208V/3/60Hz; control voltage: 120 / 240V/1/60Hz or 24 V
Adapted, updateable software
Starttec for all the drives for the loader system (208V/3/60Hz) according to the items priced separately
Protective motor switch for boiler pump
Outputs for stepping motors (air vents)
Frequency transformer (EMC-Operation Class 3) for exhaust fan
In the door:
Main disconnect
Documentation, incl. bound circuit diagram, terminal connection diagram with cable designation,
operating and maintenance instructions, installation instructions in document sleeve
Sensors and switches mounted on the feed auger
Infrared light barrier level monitoring system, insulating layer for feed auger
Safety limit switch on the maintenance lid for the feed auger
PT-100 temperature sensor feed auger
Sensors and switches on the firing block for firing and in the exhaust gas nozzle (installation on site)
Infrared light barriers for level monitoring of fuel in the firebox
Zirconium dioxide sensor with instrument reading converter (lambda sensor)
PT-100 exhaust gas sensor
Sensors and switches mounted on the boiler on top
KTY boiler sensor in the connecting piece, forward flow
KTY return flow sensor in the connecting piece, return flow
Temperature-limiting safety switch (TLSS)
Sensor, uninstalled
One KTY sensor with dipping shell, 1/2 " x 280 mm (B28.1, see Spec Sheet 6960-1)
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Pyrot - Vitocontrol
vIESmAnn
6800-2
Extensions available for the PYROT Vitocontrol-C Control System (Article ECO-…) at an extra charge:
PYROT Single-unit System:
Designation Item No.
Heat generator, bivalent
Heat generator, bivalent
Controller for Room Heating System
Controller for Annex Building
Controller for Pipelining System
Controller for Air Heater
Controller for Utility Water Heater
Controller for Utility Water Circulation System
Controller for Solar-powered Utility Water Heater
Controller for Solar-powered Utility Water/Heating
Visualization System for PYROT, internal
Output Management System
Remote transmission
Text
ECO-KP0
ECO-KP1
ECO-H
ECO-N
ECO-F
ECO-L
ECO-B
ECO-BZ
ECO-S1
ECO-S3
ECO-VIR
ECO-…
ECO-…
Use
4030 Integration System for Electric Boiler
4030 Integration System for Oil/gas-fired Boiler
4040 optional
4040 optional
4040 optional
4040 optional
4040 optional
4040 optional
4050 optional
4050 optional
4090 optional (for customer’s PC workplace)
6810 Additional heat generation functions
6820 Visualization, remote maintenance
The control system components for the fuelling system are included in the articles for the various loader systems.
For external fuelling system, see Spec Sheet 6800-3.
PYROT Double-unit System:
The Mastercontrol system (see Spec Sheet 6850) is mandatory for the installation of a PYROT double unit
System.
The PYROT double-unit system is a heat-generating facility, in which the load allocated to the biomass is distributed to
two PYROT boilers. The entire thermal load generated is conducted to a joint accumulator in the form of a hydraulic
switcher.
It is necessary to comply with the following for this type of system:
1. Joint fuelling system: Mastercontrol
The control of the joint fuelling system for the PYROT double-unit system is carried out by the Mastercontrol control
system. The control system components for the fuelling system are included in the articles for the various loaders
systems.
2. Additional heat generators: Mastercontrol
Extensions for controlling additional heat generators are only allowed in the Mastercontrol (additional control cabinet)
And not in the individual boiler control system (ECO-300 or ECO-540).
3. PYROT Ecotronic Control System, as an individual boiler control system
Only the extensions listed in Spec Sheet 6850 are possible in the Mastercontrol system.
The PYROT double-unit system is not designed to control heat consumers. (Such control is carried out by customer provided
building instrumentation and control equipment.)
Using a Mastercontrol turns the PYROT Ecotronic control system into an individual boiler control system, without any
further extensions being possible.
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Pyrot - Vitocontrol
vIESmAnn
6800-3
Triggering System for external drive [Art. No. ECO-A10]
Function:
Starttec motor starter for optimized connection of an external conveyor drive or rotary valve without reversal. A CAN bus
is used to directly connect the motors to the gentle start-up system via the Ecotronic. Temperature-monitored and
protected against overloading. Its electronic circuit breakers are wear-free, even at high switching frequencies.
Comes with:
- Starttec completely integrated in control cabinet
- Parameter assignment for the drive function
- Input in the control cabinet for safety end switch on the maintenance cover
- Output in the control cabinet for external conveyor drive
To be carried out by the customer:
Delivery and/or installation of safety end switch for the external conveyor drive
Note: Only for PYROT. Starttec is built into the control cabinet for the boiler plant.
Only possible with defined, limited material feed facility (upstream conveyor auger)
Triggering System for external drive with light barrier [Art. No. ECO-A11]
Function:
Starttec motor starter for optimized connection of an external conveyor drive without reversal. A CAN bus is used to
directly connect the motors to the gentle start-up system via the Ecotronic. Temperature-monitored and protected against
overloading. Its electronic circuit breakers are wear-free, even at high switching frequencies. Additional protection of the
external drive through level-monitoring system of the further feed system by means of light barrier. The light barrier
connects directly to the Starttec for the continuing feed system, affecting the extraction system.
Comes with:
- Starttec completely integrated in control cabinet
- Parameter assignment for the drive function
- Input in the control cabinet for safety end switch on the maintenance cover
- Output in the control cabinet for external conveyor drive
Infrared light barrier, level-monitoring system for fuel
To be carried out by the customer:
Delivery and/or installation of safety end switch for the external conveyor drive
Note: Only for PYROT. Starttec is built into the control cabinet for the boiler plant.
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Ecotronic Control System
Output Management System
vIESmAnn
6810-1
Note: The control system components below are reserved for the PYROT Single-unit System.
With the PYROT Double-unit System, these functions are included in the Mastercontrol.
Accumulator Management System 3 Sensors [Item No: ECO-KSF3]
Function:
With a heat exchanger used, the modulating output operation by the PYROT Rotation Heating System is optimized. In
addition, short-term heat requirement peaks are covered. The heat accumulated in the accumulator is detected by a
temperature sensor. The heat input is adjusted to the degree to which the accumulator is charged.
Included in delivery:
Two additional KTY sensors with dipping shell, 1/2 " x 280 mm (B28.2, B28.3, see Spec Sheet 6960-1)
Accumulator Management System, 5 Sensors (QM) [Item No: ECO-KSF5]
Function:
Using a heat accumulator improves the modulating output operation of the PYROT rotation heating system. In addition,
sudden heat requirement peaks are covered. The accumulator's load of heat is detected by the temperature sensors.
The instruction for the accumulator's degree of loading is carried out by the external sensor in weather-guided fashion.
The firing power is adapted to the accumulator's degree of loading.
Included in delivery:
4 additional KTY sensors with dipping shell, 1/2" x 280 mm (B28.2, B28.3; see Spec Sheet 6960-1)
Note: For Art. No ECO-KSF5, Article ECO-BM-00 or ECO-RM-00 is also necessary.
See Spec Sheets 4000 and 4020.
External Requirement ON/OFF [Item No: ECO-ANP]
Input for switching the system on and of automatically by an external floating make contact
Operational Message [Item No: ECO-KBM]
Function:
Output of the "Operating Load" operating condition, when the PYROT boiler is in operation to higher-level instrumentation
and control equipment for further processing
Included in delivery:
Floating output (operational message)
Output signals 0 V - 10 V [Item No: ECO-KLS]
Function:
The system included in delivery output of the boiler output in the form of a voltage signal and preparation for connection
to receive a maximum limitation of the boiler output.
The following items come with the system:
- Output of the boiler output, 0 V - 10 V
- Reception and processing of an external output limitation
0 V - 0.5 V... OFF
0.6 V - 3 V... Standby
3.1 V - 10 V... 30% to 100% output operation
Note: Installation of "Output signals 0 V - 10 V" are possible according to "QM for Wood Heating Systems" irrespective of
any additional control system components to be used.
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Mastercontrol
vIESmAnn
6850-1
Mastercontrol [Art. No. ECO-M1]
Mastercontrol improves the overall generation of heat by two biomass boilers (PYROT double-unit system), incl. the
control of a bivalent boiler (oil-fired boiler, gas-fired boiler or electric boiler) as a redundant unit and/or as a peak-load
boiler.
Function:
- Heat management system: optimum breakdown of the necessary heating capacity among the two biomass boilers
with the main load on the primary boiler and the remaining load on the secondary boiler, this being done by means of
output specification. The output specification is carried out in weather-guided fashion, depending on the desired
temperature set in a joint hydraulic switcher. Automatic change between the two boilers to guarantee even loading of
the boilers over a long operating period. (Example: weekly changeover)
- Loader system: If the fuel for the two biomass boilers is taken from a joint fuel storage unit, then the loader system is
controlled by the Mastercontrol system up to the fuel distribution.
- Data management system:
A complete package for transferring all the data to an external customer-provided IT-workplace for visualization,
remote maintenance and archiving of operational data for the PYROT boiler system. Hardware, incl. modem and
software, are integrated in the Mastercontrol system. All the adjustable parameters can be changed from the external
IT-workplace.
Operation:
Operation is carried out either by means of a touch screen built into the control cabinet (extra charge for touch screen) or
by the monitor, keyboard and PC-mouse provided by the customer.
Includes:
- Switch cabinet, uninstalled; surface powder-coated in RAL 7035 (gray) texture
Designed in accordance with ÖVE/VDE guidelines, ready-wired on series terminals
Feed: 208 V/3/60Hz; control voltage: 120 / 240V/1/60Hz or 24 V
- Freely programmable control system, CE-tested; battery-supported program and real-time clock
- Industrial PC
- Starttec for all loader system drives (208V/3/60) in accordance with the separate price items
- DVI-interface for a TFT monitor and USB-interface for keyboard, mouse and printer built into the cable lead through
bar on the control cabinet.
- Floating output (error report)
In the door:
- 4-pin master switch
- Documentation, including bound circuit diagram, terminal connection plan with cable identification in document
sleeve
Accumulator management system, 5 sensors (QA)
- 5 PT100 sensors, with dipping shell 1/2" x 280 mm
Output specifications for both biomass boilers
Output specifications for both biomass boilers for further processing in the lower-level boiler control systems via
serial interface
- Visualization per modem
- Analogue modem in switch cabinet
- Windows operating system, pc-Anywhere remote-maintenance software and visualization/archiving software
installed and tested on an industrial PC
Screen images:
- Three-dimensional boiler cross-section with display fields
- Installation diagram, heat generation, with display fields
- Parameter table (with editing feature)
To be carried out by the customer:
Electric connection from telephone line to modem
Touch Screen [Art. No. ECO-TSC]
The touch screen (15") is built into the door of the control cabinet and can be used to call up and change all the relevant
boiler and loader system parameters.
vIESmAnn
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Mastercontrol
6850-2
Extensions available for the Mastercontrol (article ECO-M1) at an extra charge:
Designation
Prompt for additional heat generator
Prompt for additional heat generator
Output signals, 0-10V
and control equipment
Malfunction indication by modem (wire)
Export operational data
and control equipment
Touch Screen
Fuel Conveyance System
Item
ECO-KP0
ECO-KP1
ECO-KLS
Text
4030
4030
6810
ECO-SMD
ECO-SED
6820
6820
ECO-TSC
…-1..
6850
8000ff
Dimensions
Use
Integration system for electric boiler
Integration system for oil/gas-fired boiler
For higher-level building instrumentation
-
optional (advisable)
For higher-level building instrumentation
optional
8000ff For joint loader system
Diagram (top: hydraulic system; bottom: loader system):
Note: Water-bearing installation and electrical installation are provided by the customer.
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Module Extension, Data Transmission Lines
vIESmAnn
4020-1
Control Module with Extended Control System [Art. No. ECO-BM-00]
The ECOTRONIC is a decentralized microprocessor system in which various modules are connected to a data transmission line
(CAN-bus). A limited number of controllers (2-3 units) can be integrated in the control module cost effectively.
Includes:
-
Control module in compact design instead of standard design
Weather sensor QAC 31, uninstalled
Control System Module [Art. No. ECO-RM-00]
A control system module to accommodate external controllers (for heat consumers/additional heat generators). The
control buttons are integrated in the control module.
Includes:
- Control System Module in plastic casing (length: 325 mm; height: 195 mm; depth 75 mm)
- Weather sensor QAC 31, uninstalled
Control Module with Extended Keyboard [Art. No. ECO-13]
A control module with an additional row of buttons to operate a maximum of: 12 controllers (Pyromat-DYN)
13 controllers (Pyromat-ECO)
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
Data
transmission line with plug, 10.0 m standard [Art. No. ECO-ZL-10,0]
transmission line with plug, 2.0 m [Art. No. ECO-ZL-2,0]
transmission line with plug, 5.0 m [Art. No. ECO-ZL-5,0]
transmission line with plug, 20.0 m [Art. No. ECO-ZL-20,0]
transmission line with plug, 40.0 m [Art. No. ECO-ZL-40,0]
transmission line with plug, 80.0 m [Art. No. ECO-ZL-80,0]
line with Y distributor [Art.-Nr. ECO-ZY-0,5]
The data transmission line connects the various modules (burner module, control module & control system module) to
the overall facility control system. The data transmission lines can be connected to one another (maximum of two lines).
The maximum overall length of the data transmission line must not exceed 100 m.
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Additional Heat Generators
Controller for Heat Generator, single [Art. No. ECO-KE]
Immediately after heat is taken from the accumulator to cover a heat requirement (standalone operation), an additional heat generator is automatically connected. The
accumulator can only be loaded using the PYROMAT. When it is put into operation, the
additional heat generator disconnects, and the closed shut-off valve prevents
it from being flowed through.
Includes:
- Pushbuttons for additional heat generators
- Controller output for shut-off valve (2) and burner (3)
Note: Only for PYROMAT-ECO and PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
See Hydraulic Drawing 2960 PYROMAT-ECO or 3950 PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
Controller for Heat Generator, single, gliding [Art. No. ECO-KG]
Immediately after heat is taken from the accumulator to cover a heat requirement (standalone operation), an additional heat generator is automatically connected. The accumulator
can only be loaded using the PYROMAT. When it is put into operation, the additional heat
generator disconnects, and the closed shut-off valve prevents it from being flowed through.
The burner temperature is adjusted in gliding fashion to the minimum temperature according
to the heat requirement.
Includes:
- Pushbuttons for additional heat generators
- Controller output for shut-off valve (2) and burner (3)
- Flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Note: Only for PYROMAT-ECO and PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
See Hydraulic Drawing 2960 PYROMAT-ECO or 3950 PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
Controller for Heat Generator, parallel [Art. No. ECO-KP2]
When required, an additional heat generator is automatically connected. This may
occur after heat is taken from the accumulator to cover the overall heat requirement
(stand-alone operation). Or the additional heat generator may be used to cover a
peak requirement for heat (parallel operation to the PYROMAT). For parallel
operation, a burner group is necessary for heat diversion, which simultaneously also
provides for keeping up the return flow. On request, the additional heat generator can
load the accumulator (as desired to B28.1, B28.2 or B28.3).
Includes:
- Pushbuttons for additional heat generators
- Controller output for pump (1), mixing valve (2) and burner (3)
- Return flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Note: Only for PYROMAT-ECO and PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
See Hydraulic Drawing 2960 PYROMAT-ECO or 3950 PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
vIESmAnn
4030-1
Spec Sheet
Pyrot Rotation Heating System
Additional Heat Generators
Parallel heat generator control [Art.-No.: ECO-KP0]
The additional heat generator designed as a hydraulic switch supplies heat to the storage unit either
separately or in conjunction with the biomass boiler. It is controlled in such a way that the additional
heat generator covers the required peak and the biomass boiler covers the basic requirements
taking account of the biomass boiler’s delayed response. The boiler pump is active and the motor
shut-off device is open during the additional heat generator’s operating phase.
Included in the delivery:
- Button for additional heat generator
- Boiler pump contactor and motor protection device (additional heat generator)
- Control output for pump (1), mixing valve (2) and burner (3)
Attention: Only for PYROMAT-DYN without ECO function and PYROT with hydraulic switch.
See Hydraulic Drawing 3950 PYROMAT-ECO or 6960 PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function
Controller for Heat Generator, parallel [Art. No. ECO-KP1]
When required, an additional heat generator is automatically connected. This may occur
after heat is taken from the accumulator to cover the overall heat requirement (standalone operation). Or the additional heat generator may be used to cover a peak
requirement for heat (parallel operation to the PYROMAT). For parallel operation, a
burner group is necessary for heat diversion, which simultaneously also provides for
keeping up the return flow. On request, the additional heat generator can load the
accumulator (as desired to B28.1, B28.2 or B28.3).
Includes:
- Pushbuttons for additional heat generators
- Controller output for pump (1), mixing valve (2) and burner (3)
- Return flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Attention: Only for PYROMAT-DYN without ECO function and PYROT with hydraulic switch.
See Hydraulic Drawing 3950 PYROMAT-ECO or 6960 PYROMAT-DYN with ECO function.
vIESmAnn
4030-2
Spec Sheet
ECOTRONIC Heat Control Unit
Heat Consumer
Controller for Room Heating Units [Art. No. ECO-H]
A weather-guided heating control system with a digital timer for lower able operation according to
daily or weekly schedules, with pump control system, frost-protection function, ECO circuit and
limited flow temperature.
Includes:
- Pushbutton for heating
- Controller output for pump (1) and mixing valve (2)
- Flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Controller for Annex Buildings [Art. No. ECO-N]
How it works:
The pipelining is usually loaded with a lowered temperature according to the weather guided
heating control system. The domestic water heater is loaded at the maximum
flow temperature set. To do so, a valve deflects the heating water to the domestic
water heater. Using an integrated timer, this is moved to ancillary times, when the
room heating unit is interrupted for short durations.
Includes:
- Pushbutton for annex building
- Controller output for pump (1), mixing valve (1) and changeover valve (3)
- Flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Domestic water sensor QAZ 21.5220 with dipping shell ½" x 200 mm, uninstalled
Thermostat QAA 35 [Art. No. ECO-ZR-QA]
Thermostat QAA 35, uninstalled; a supplement to the Controller for Room Heating Units
(Art. No. ECO-H) and Controller for Annex Buildings (Art. No. ECO-N). The Thermostat can be
connected as a remote control device and as a room sensor (room temperature
compensation).
Safety Thermostat SB 2592 [Art. No. ECO-ZR-RA]
Safety Thermostat SB 2592, uninstalled
To safely and reliably limit the flow temperature of a heating circuit (e.g. ECO-H, ECO-N,
ECOF).
Controller for Pipelining [Art. No. ECO-F]
For annex buildings with separate heat distributions systems, which are
supplied with heat via pipelining. The temperature of the pipeline is pre-adjusted
for the lowest line losses according to the heat distribution requirement.
Includes:
- Pushbutton for pipelining
- Controller output for pump (1) and control valve (2)
Flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Note:
The Controller for Pipelining cannot be used to control a pipeline to which
heating control units provided by the customer are connected!
A normal heating control system has to be used in such cases.
vIESmAnn
4040-1
Spec Sheet
ECOTRONIC Heat Control Unit
Heat Consumer
Controller for Air Handling Unit Group [Art. No. ECO-L]
The burner storage system supplies the air heaters with maximum flow temperature. The fans are
switched by switches or controllers provided by the customer. The flow rate for the heating water is
controlled by the return flow temperature and so adjusted to the heat output of the air heater
(quantity control). This produces optimum storage stratification for a long time and at a high
temperature at the accumulator flow pipe. An integrated timer can be used to set the heating
periods (daily and weekly schedules).
Includes:
- Pushbutton for air handling unit group
- Controller output for pump (1) and mixing valve (2)
Return flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Baffle bypass
Controller for Domestic Water Heater [Art. No. ECO-B1]
When the temperature of the domestic water drops, it is reheated by the built-in heat exchanger
either from the burner or from the heat accumulator. A prerequisite for this is the temperature
difference required (choice of control either according to temperature difference or fixed
temperature).
An integrated timer can be used to set the heating periods (daily and weekly schedules).
Includes:
- Pushbutton for domestic water heater
- Controller output for pump (1) and shut-off valve (2)
Domestic water sensor QAZ 21.5220 with dipping shell, ½" x 200 mm, uninstalled
Controller for Domestic Water Heater [Art. No. ECO-B2]
When the temperature of the domestic water drops, it is reheated by the built-in heat exchanger
either from the burner or from the heat accumulator. A prerequisite for this is the temperature
difference required (there is a choice of control either according to temperature difference or fixed
temperature).
The flow rate for the heating water is controlled by the return flow temperature (quantity control).
This produces optimum storage stratification for a long time and at a high temperature at the
accumulator flow pipe. An integrated timer can be used to set the heating periods (daily and
weekly schedules).
Includes:
- Pushbutton for domestic water heater
- Controller output for pump (1) and control valve (2)
- Return flow sensor QAD 21, uninstalled
Domestic water sensor QAZ 21.5220 with dipping shell, ½" x 200 mm, uninstalled
Controller for Domestic Water Circulation System [Art. No. ECO-BZ]
An integrated timer can be used to set the circulation periods (daily and weekly schedules).
The duration for the circulation pump to be switched on can be adjusted using a cyclical switching
system.
Includes:
- Pushbutton for circulation system
- Controller output for pump (1)
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Spec Sheet
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit
Solar Energy
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Controller for Solar Domestic Water Heater [Art. No. ECO-S1]
For use in simple solar facilities as a single control circuit for heating the
domestic water in a solar domestic water heater (Art. No: WSS-...). The
ECO-S1 controller is a supplementary module for the ECO-B1(2)
Controller for Domestic Water Heaters. When the solar collector is
warmer than the domestic water at the bottom, the solar collector heats it
up (adjustable temperature difference: 3.6-36°F / 2-20°C).
Further details:
- Post-flow period of the solar pump, no/yes: 0-120 sec., adjustable
according to length of line
- Maximum domestic water temperature (adjustable: 68-194°F /20-90°C)
- Safety: disconnection of the solar pump at a collector temperature of
284°F / 140°C; reconnection at 248°F / 120°C
Includes:
- Pushbutton for solar system
- Collector sensor PT-1000
- Domestic water sensor QAZ 21.5220
Controller output for solar pump (1)
Controller for Solar Domestic Water/Heating [Art. No. ECO-S3]
For use in large-scale solar facilities to heat the domestic water in a solar domestic water heater (Art. No: WSS-...) and
to supply heat to the heat accumulator in the form of a triple control circuit heating system. The first circuit is for heating
the domestic water, the second circuit is for heating the heat accumulator at the back/bottom and the third circuit is for
heating the heat accumulator at the front/top. The heat accumulator is heated by an externally situated plate heat
exchanger. When there is a changeover from the domestic water heater to the heat accumulator, the secondary pump
is switched on, which is then operated with the solar pump. For optimized functioning, the flow rate in the secondary
circuit has to be adapted to the primary circuit (e.g. with flow rate gauges in the primary and secondary circuits).
The following temperature differences are freely adjustable:
Temperature difference of collector/domestic water: 3.6-36°F/ 2-20°C
Temperature difference of collector/accumulator, back/bottom: 3.6-36°F/ 2-20°C
Further details:
- Post-flow period of the solar pump, no/yes: 0-120 sec., adjustable according to length of line
- Disconnection safeguard: At collector temperature of 284°F / 140°C
At accumulator temperature of 203°F / 95°C
- Optimized domestic water priority (option of either absolute domestic water priority or none at all)
- Stratified accumulator loading according to the accumulator temperatures, via valve/accumulator, back/accumulator
front (4)
Includes:
- Pushbutton for solar system
- Collector sensor PT-1000
- Domestic water sensor QAZ 21.5220
- Controller output for solar pump (1)
- Controller output for valve, domestic water heater/accumulator (2)
- Controller output for secondary pump (3)
- Controller output for valve, accumulator back/accumulator front (4)
Spec Sheet
ECOTRONIC Heating Control Unit
Solar Energy
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Spec Sheet
VITOCONTROL Heating Control Unit
Visualisation & Remote Maintenance
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Visualization of Pyromat Internally [ECO-VIM]
Visualization of Pyrot Internally [ECO-VIR]
All the data is conducted to the PC by a data transmission line (max. 30 m /100ft) to the PC via the serial interface RS 232
on the control module. The burner system's current operational data is shown in visualized fashion in a function display
along with all the possibilities of entering values and functions and of reading out the operational conditions (exception:
"Start Burner"). All the operational data is archived cyclically and can be graphically evaluated in a very simple fashion.
The PC and data transmission line are not included in the price.
Includes:
CD with visualization software and installation instructions.
Visualization Supplementary Function [ECO-VIZ]
Extended visualization [ECO- VII] with the functions of the keys additionally activated (from F4). Additional functions
include each heating control unit (heat generator, heat consumer, solar system) as well as the automatic loading system
(Pyromat DYN, Pyrot). Each function of the keys is displayed in a separate function display along with all the
possibilities of entering values, reading out the operational conditions and archiving.
The price is per each additionally activated key on the control module.
Includes:
Extension of the CD with visualization software
Note: For equipping possibilities, refer to Spec Sheet 4000-1
Data Transmission Line for Visualization of Interior [ECO-ZLV]
Data transmission line consisting of:
- D-SUB plug for connecting control module to data transmission line, soldered
- 30 m [100 ft] data transmission line, triple-pole (cut to length according to dimension at location)
D-SUB plug with threaded terminal ends, 9-pole, uninstalled, for connecting PC
Arrangement of the electrical wiring on the Pyrot
(Recommendation for the electrician; not included in the scope of delivery)
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Installation Services
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Installation (one fitter with helper provided by the customer) [Art. No. IMO-1]
Performance provided by the contractor (supplier):
Furnishing the entire scope of the delivery. Installing the burner system, incl. all the machinery parts and facility
components contacted by fuel and exhaust gas for the scope of delivery cited. Also included is the installation of all the
limit switches, thermostats, probes and sensors supplied (exceptions: weather sensors and heat consumers).
The installation will be carried out by an experienced fitter (a qualified helper being required).
Price, incl. travel, expenses and overnight accommodation.
Performance provided by the client (buyer):
1.) Prior to installation of the burner system
a) Equipping of construction site as follows:
Paved access road to the construction site;
120-V current supply line and, if necessary, 208 V for electric installation tools (welding apparatus);
b) General construction work, as follows:
Making all the installation holes required for the installation;
Making the cement foundations and recesses for refill access lids and casings of extraction equipment;
Pits and breakthroughs for fuel conveying equipment
c) Construction work in particular as follows:
Hydraulic sliding bar extraction system:
Moving and setting in concrete the securing brackets supplied (if included in the scope of the delivery);
Making the securing brackets (if not in the scope of the delivery). Due to the great forces that develop, this
performance should be furnished according to the instructions of an expert (architect or structural engineer) in
accordance with the supplier's specifications;
Making the chimney system with the connecting hole for the exhaust pipe (exception: metal chimney included
in the scope of the delivery);
d) Draining the heating room and silo room with all the ducts and shafts required for installing the entire facility.
e) Unloading the scope of the delivery from the truck unless the delivery has been expressly agreed with a crane
truck.
2.) Helpers during the installation of the burner system
Providing a qualified helper to be available during the entire duration of the installation. Requirements for the helper:
a) Qualified
for installation work in steel and machinery construction (skilled at using hand tools)
b) Physically sturdy
no restriction to lifting loads, no restrictions to working up to heights of 3.0 m above the floor, no restrictions to
hearing or sight
c) Communicative and mentally stable
good knowledge of German and mentally stable such that he can immediate follow the installation supervisor's
verbal safety instructions
d) Available
during the agreed week days (Monday to Friday) from 7:00 AM until 6:00 PM
e) Equipped
with protective equipment according to the applicable regulations on industrial safety
3.) After the installation of the burner system
a) Installation of the control cabinets delivered and/or the control modules
Unless expressly agreed otherwise, the authorized electrician must install these.
b) Installation of weather sensor and probes for the heat consumers in the scope of delivery:
These have to be installed by the authorized electrician.
c) Establishing the supply of electric current and carrying out the wiring unless expressly agreed otherwise:
Electric input, 208V/3/60Hz, PE, N with fuses on control cabinet.
Connecting cables between the control cabinet and the various motors and control units, connected on both
ends so as to be ready for operation.
d) Installation of the uninstalled water-bearing components included in the scope of delivery:
Water-bearing components included in the scope of delivery not factory connected, such as pumps, valves,
The authorized heating engineer must install all thermal run-off safety valves, accumulators, etc..
e) Sealing all the openings between the burner room and the fuel storage space, doing so according to the fire
prevention regulations.
Spec Sheet
Installation Services
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Installation (two KÖB fitters) [Art. No. IMO-2]
Performance provided by the contractor (supplier):
Furnishing the entire scope of the delivery. Installing the burner system, incl. all the machinery parts and facility
components contacted by fuel and exhaust gas for the scope of delivery cited. Also included is the installation of all the
switches, probes and sensors supplied (exceptions: weather sensors and heat consumers).
Two experienced fitters will carry out the installation.
Price, incl. travel, expenses and overnight accommodation.
Performance provided by the client (buyer):
1.) Prior to installation of the burner system
a) Equipping of construction site as follows:
Paved access road to the construction site;
120-V current supply line and, if necessary, 208 V/3/60 Hz for electric installation tools (welding apparatus);
b) General construction work, as follows:
Making all the installation holes required for the installation;
Making the cement foundations and recesses for refill access lids and casings of extraction equipment;
Pits and breakthroughs for fuel conveying equipment
c) Construction work in particular as follows:
Hydraulic sliding bar extraction system:
Moving and setting in concrete the securing brackets supplied (if included in the scope of the delivery);
Making the securing brackets (if not in the scope of the delivery). Due to the great forces that develop, this
performance should be furnished according to the instructions of an expert (architect or structural engineer) in
accordance with the supplier's specifications;
Making the chimney system with the connecting hole for the exhaust pipe (exception: metal chimney included
in the scope of the delivery);
d) Draining the heating room and silo room with all the ducts and shafts required for installing the entire facility.
e) Unloading the scope of the delivery from the truck unless the delivery has been expressly agreed with a crane
truck.
2.) After the installation of the burner system
a) Installation of the control cabinets delivered and/or the central control modules
Unless expressly agreed otherwise, the authorized electrician must install these.
b) Installation of weather sensor and probes for the heat consumers in the scope of delivery:
These have to be installed by the authorized electrician.
c) Establishing the supply of electric current and carrying out the wiring unless expressly agreed otherwise:
Electric input, 208V/3/60Hz, PE, N with fuses on control cabinet.
Connecting cables between the control cabinet and the various motors and control units, connected on both
ends so as to be ready for operation.
d) Installation of the uninstalled water-bearing components included in the scope of delivery:
Water-bearing components included in the scope of delivery not factory connected, such as pumps, valves,
The authorized heating engineer must install all thermal run-off safety valves, accumulators, etc..
e) Sealing all the openings between the burner room and the fuel storage space, doing so according to the fire
prevention regulations.
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A prerequisite for approval is the express permission for such by the public authority responsible. For claims to
the warranty according to Section 11 of our General Terms and Conditions of Delivery, wood fuels have to meet
the following conditions. If those conditions are not met, then approval is possible with restrictions (warranty,
maintenance, operational safety) with a written statement by the manufacturer in reference to the facility.
1) Non-combustible substances contained
No wood fuels may contain any foreign bodies, such as pieces of metal, stones, masonry remnants or plastics. Nor
must the following limits (per kg of dry fuel) for non-combustible substances contained (ash analyzed at a
temperature of 815°C) be exceeded or fallen short of:
Limit
Comparison with untreated forest wood
1.1) Chlorine Cl:
max. 300 mg/kg
10 mg/kg
1.2) Sulphur S:
max. 1000 mg/kg
120 mg/kg
1.3) Total Cl, S:
max. 1000 mg/kg
130 mg/kg
1.4) Ash content, total:
max. 15.0 g/kg
5.0 g/kg
1.5) Alkali oxides in the ash (K2O and Na2O): max. 1.0 g/kg
0.35 g/kg
1.6) Sintering point of the ash:
min. 1000°C approx. 1200°C
Consequence of substantial overstepping of limits (1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.5, 1.6):
a) Hot-gas corrosion in the heat exchanger → Special maintenance instructions for heat exchanger
→ Shortened service life of heat exchanger
b) Early sintering and melting of the ash
→ Special maintenance instructions for firing,
→ Increased maintenance costs (firing, boiler door)
If the maintenance instructions are not followed, a process will be created that builds up in a negative fashion with:
→ Cinders change the airflow → Temperature peaks → more slag → etc, until there is fast destruction of the refractory materials
1.7) Additives in remnant and used wood: Free of heavy metals and halogen compound
2) Superfine & dust (wood particles smaller than 1.0 mm)
2.1) Without pre-dryer, max. 10.0% of the total mass; consequence of substantial overstepping of limit:
Temperature peaks → Slag formation → Even higher temperature → etc, to the point of destruction;
→ Special maintenance instructions for firing;
Elevated values are especially critical for remnant wood in combination with elevated values as per 1.1, 1.2
2.2) For forest wood chips with pre-dryer, max 4.0% of the total mass; consequence of substantial overstepping of limit:
→ Moving the exhaust air lines → Special maintenance instructions for cleaning exhaust air line
3) Origin and treatment
3.1) Forest wood and plantation wood (complete trees and trunk wood untreated)
Mature wood from trunks and branches, untreated, chopped as billet wood or chips
3.2) Compressed wood, pellets
Untreated wood with limited bark content, compressed by machine and calibrated
3.2) Increased proportion of bark, tree cuttings from roadside trees (untreated)
Remnants from the forestry and sawmill industries or from conservation of the countryside (elevated ash
content).
3.3) Remnants from derived timber products
Usually a mixture of untreated and treated wood in the form of shavings from processing machinery and chips
from choppers that run slowly. In cases of elevated proportions of dust and/or limited storage volumes, these
shavings are compressed into briquettes.
3.4) Used wood
This is essentially untreated wood that has been used prior to its energetic utilization (e.g. pallets). It is reduced
in size by shredders for thermal utilization. The metal parts have to be removed afterwards (by magnetic separators).
4) Particle size: adjustment of the conveyor augers
4.1) G30/G50 chips from untreated wood:
made by fast-running and cutting tools;
max. coarse fraction
with cross-section
and length
G 30
of 20% max.
3 cm²
max. 8.5 cm;
G 50
of 20% max.
5 cm²
max. 12 cm;
Required cross-sections of the loading: depends on the boiler output:
up to 150 kW
up to 500 kW
from 500 kW
Conveyor auger
D
min. 12 cm;
min. 15 cm;
min. 20 cm
Drop cross-section
A
min. 175 cm²
min. 300 cm²
min. 600 cm²
4.2) Chips not from the forest; origin as per 3.2, 3.3, 3.4; briquettes, origin as per 3.3
Size essentially as per ÖNORM M 7133 G50, additionally, however:
- Fraction of one-offs max. 5% with cross-section of max. 5 cm² up to a length of max. 16 cm.
- Frayed surface by chopping tools (shredders) or slow-running choppers.
- Briquettes, diameter max. D 60 mm (hydraulic compressors, pressure geared to loading system)
Conveyor augers diameter min. 20 cm; drop-off route, rotary valve cross-section min. 600 cm2
Consequence of overstepping particle size:
- Extra expenditures for correcting malfunctions.
- Shortened service life of the conveyor augers and drives.
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5) Bulk density S (kg/m³), water content W (%), size G (mm)
Bulk density S in kg/m³ (lb/ft3), water content W in %, size C1, C3, C4, C5,P1, P2, P3 as per CAN/CSA-B366.1-M91
In biomass boiler plants, the wood fuels that will be used are to be individually listed as follows:
a)
S 130 (8.1) W10 to W20 C1 Sawdust, untreated (planing shop)
b1) S 200 (12.5) W20 to W35 C1 Sawdust, untreated (sawmill)
b2) S 200 (12.5) W20 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft, untreated
c1) S 250 (15.6) W20 to W35 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft, untreated
c2) S 250 (15.6) W35 to W50 C1 Sawdust, untreated (sawmill)
d1) S 300 (18.7) W20 to W35 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft/hard, untreated
d2) S 300 (18.7) W35 to W50 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft, untreated
e1) S 350 (21.8) W20 to W35 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, hard, untreated
e2) S 350 (21.8) W35 to W50 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft/hard, untreated
e3) S 350 (21.8) W50 to W60 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft, untreated
f1) S 400 (24.9) W35 to W50 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, hard, untreated
f2) S 400 (24.9) W50 to W60 C3, C4, C5 Forest wood chips, soft/hard, untreated
g)
S 130 (8.1) less than W15 C3, C4, C5 Shavings & chips from wood remnants, dry, mixed
h)
S 200 (12.5) less than W15 C3, C4, C5 Shavings & chips from wood remnants, dry, mixed
i)
S 250 (15.6) less than W15 C3, C4, C5 Shavings & chips from wood remnants, dry, mixed
j)
S 350 (21.8) less than W15 P3 Briquettes from wood remnants 20mm (3/4 in) to max. 60 mm (2 in)
k1) S 650 (40.6) less than W10 Pellets P1 conforming to standards, untreated up to 10 mm (3/8 in)
k2) S 650 less than W10 Pellets P2 conforming to standards, untreated D 11 (3/8 in) to 20 mm (3/4 in)
6) Maximum water content allowed, W, (percentage by weight of the total mass)
The maximum water content allowed in the fuel when entering the furnace should be taken from the spec sheets for
the furnace series. With a pre-dryer installed between the furnace and the fuel storage site, extra water content can
be in the fuel stored (see specifications in reference to the order). The water content influences the maximum
furnace output possible, the heat emission required to the pre-dryer and thus the maximum heat emission possible
to the consumers.
7) Other information
7.1) Ash and cleaning
Untreated wood without bark has a proportion of ash less than 0.5% of the fuel mass supplied. All the
specifications regarding cleaning involved are based on untreated wood with bark attached with an ash amount
of 0.8%. The cleaning and maintenance involved for other wood fuels should be adapted according to the
amount, the specific weight and the behavior of the ash.
7.2) Changing fuels
A great change in fuel quality, such as bulk density, water content, dust proportion or ash content might make a
manual correction of the firing parameters necessary (see Operating Manual).
8) Non-woody fuels from biomass
Non-woody fuels from biomass, such as needles, foliage, grain, straw, fruit pits, etc, are usually unsuited as fuel for
trouble-free operation and thus are not approved.
9) Information documented
The installation instructions contain the information required according to the subject boilers have been tested and examined in accordance
with:
CSA B366.1-M91
Solid Fuel Fired Central Heating Appliances
CSA C.22.2#3-M88(R2004)
Electrical Features of Fuel Burning Equipment
UL391 (4thEd)
Solid Fuel and Combination-Fuel Central and Supplementary Furnaces
CSA B365-01
Installation Code for Solid Fuel Burning Appliances and Equipment
Attachment B
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE, DELIVERY AND PAYMENT
GENERAL PROVISIONS
1. (a) This agreement, performances of contract and quotations are
made exclusively upon the terms and conditions set out below.
Alterations or deviations from the provisions herein contained shall
not be binding upon Viessmann unless confirmed in writing by
Viessmann.
(b) The Purchaser hereby accepts the terms and conditions herein
contained in their entirety. Stipulations of terms and conditions
contrary to the provisions hereof according to the Purchaser’s
business or purchasing practices, invoicing, manner of payment or
custom of the trade are hereby specifically agreed to be
inapplicable to this agreement.
(c) In the event that any one or more of the provisions herein
contained shall become or be deemed to be invalid, illegal or
unenforceable by operation of law, the validity, legality and
enforceability of the remaining provisions or any part thereof shall
not in any manner be affected or impaired thereby. In place and
stead of any such invalid, illegal or unenforceable provisions or
any part thereof, the parties hereto shall be deemed to have
agreed upon terms and conditions, which, as far as permitted by
law, express the intent and purpose of the within terms and
conditions.
(b) For all Viessmann biomass projects, payment terms shall be thirty
per cent (30%) of the total contract price as a down payment at
the time of the purchase order and seventy per cent (70%) due on
receipt of products, including partial shipments. All payments shall
be made by made by telegraphic transfer.
(c) Holdbacks or deductions of any kind whatsoever without prior
written authorization from Viessmann are expressly prohibited.
(d)
(e) Payment by bank draft, money order or uncertified cheque may
be made only with the express consent of Viessmann. All costs
for dishonor, presentment for payment or collection shall be at the
expense of the Purchaser and Payer. All payments by cheque,
whether certified or uncertified, shall be deemed as having been
received on the date of acceptance for payment of the said
cheque or cheques by the Purchaser’s or Payer’s bank, trust
company or financial institution upon whose account the cheque
has been issued.
(f)
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
2.
Drawings, specifications and technical data appended to or forming
any part of this agreement shall at all times remain the property of
Viessmann, with all rights reserved and shall not be provided,
submitted or disclosed to third parties without the express written
consent of Viessmann. Changes, alterations, deletions or additions
thereto shall not be binding upon Viessmann unless confirmed in
writing by Viessmann.
PRICES AND QUOTATIONS
3. (a) Viessmann hereby specifically reserves the right to change, alter,
amend or revoke quotations and the same shall become binding
and irrevocable only upon written acceptance by both Viessmann
and the Purchaser or upon delivery and acceptance of goods or
performance of work or services by Viessmann.
(b) Prices are, save and except as otherwise agreed upon, as of
Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc., Waterloo, Ontario, as
applicable, exclusive of cost of packaging, crating, freight or
shipping, federal, state or local rates, tariffs and taxes in effect on
date of delivery.
(c) All contract prices are guaranteed for thirty (30) days from date of
contract. Cost increases thirty days after contract date, including
but not limited to cost increases of materials, wages, fuel,
transportation or energy charges and increases in applicable
federal, state and local rates, tariffs or taxes shall be added to
contract price and form part thereof as if originally agreed upon.
(d) Contracts for delivery of goods or performance of services without
specific agreement as to price shall be subject to the price or
prices in effect on the date of delivery of goods or commencement
of performance of service.
Payments received shall be applied firstly to the oldest costs for
presentment for payment, dishonor or collection; secondly, to
outstanding interest charges on the oldest accounts; and thirdly,
the balance, if any, of any payments shall be applied to the oldest
outstanding balance or balances.
(g) In the event the Purchaser defaults in payment or causes a
cheque, bank draft or money order to be dishonored or stops
payment thereon, or Viessmann shall deem the Purchaser
insecure, all accounts shall forthwith become due and payable
notwithstanding any agreement as to credit or periodic payment.
(h) Overdue accounts shall bear interest at the rate stated on the
face of the invoice but in no event less than five (5%) per cent
above prime rate of interest set from time to time by the Bank of
Canada and shall be calculated weekly and compounded
monthly.
RESERVATION OF TITLE AND PROPERTY
5. (a)
It is hereby expressly agreed that all goods shall remain the
exclusive property of Viessmann and title shall not pass until
payment in full of all invoices or accounts rendered, including cost
of goods, packaging, crating, shipping or freight charges, federal,
state or local taxes, rates and tariffs, insurance, extras to contract,
interest charges, exchange or collection expenses and other
sums or charges applicable has been received pursuant to the
terms and conditions herein contained.
(b)
Goods delivered shall not, in any event, become part of real
estate and the Purchaser shall at all times take or initiate all steps
necessary to preserve Viessmann’s right, title and property to
such goods.
(c)
The Purchaser shall not permit any goods sold or delivered by
Viessmann to be pledged or encumbered without express written
consent from Viessmann. In the event of seizure by third parties,
the Purchaser shall forthwith disclose Viessmann’s reservation of
title, right and property to such goods and shall forthwith notify
Viessmann of such seizure and shall assist Viessmann at the
Purchaser’s cost in the preservation and enforcement of
Viessmann’s right, title and property to the said goods.
(d)
In the event of breach of contract by the Purchaser of the terms
or conditions herein contained and in particular, default of
payment of invoices as hereinbefore provided, Viessmann shall
be entitled, without prior notice, to demand delivery up of goods
TERMS OF PAYMENT
4. (a) For all Viessmann products other than products for any biomass
project and save and except as otherwise specifically agreed upon
in writing, all invoices or accounts, as the case may be, shall
become due and payable in full without deduction whatsoever
thirty (30) days after invoice or account date.
Discounts, if any, shall be calculated on the cost of goods as
per invoice, exclusive of cost of packaging, crating, freight or
shipping, federal, state or local rates, tariffs or taxes, where
applicable, or other costs or surcharges beyond control of
Viessmann.
sold and delivered and to seize the same wherever the same may
be located at any time of day or night or to cause its agents,
workmen or bailiffs to seize the same wherever the same may be
located at any time of day or night notwithstanding the goods may
be in possession of a subsequent purchaser or user.
(e) Seizure of goods by Viessmann shall not be deemed to constitute
termination of contract or contractual rights and obligations as
between Viessmann and the Purchaser.
WARRANTIES
9. (a) Viessmann makes no warranties or guarantees, express or
implied, including, without limitation, any warranty of
merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose, for the goods
sold or delivered or services performed under or pursuant to the
preceding terms and conditions.
No implied warranty arising by usage or custom or course of
dealing or course of performance is given by Viessmann or shall
arise by or in connection with the preceding terms and conditions,
except those express warranties set forth in writing and delivered
with the goods.
DELIVERY OF GOODS
6. (a) Viessmann shall at all times use its best efforts to maintain
delivery dates agreed upon. The delivery date or period shall be
deemed to have been maintained or complied with in all events,
cases or situations where the goods to be delivered leave
Viessmann’s premises on or before such date or expiry of such
period or upon notification to the Purchaser that the goods are
ready for shipment.
(b) Delivery dates or periods shall be extended by reason of delays
caused by labor shortages, strikes or lockouts or other
circumstances beyond the reasonable control of Viessmann. Any
delay or postponement of delivery to Viessmann of goods and
supplies by its suppliers, subcontractors or co-contractors caused
by strike, lockout, labor shortage or unrest or other causes beyond
the reasonable control of Viessmann, its suppliers, subcontractors
or co-contractors shall in like manner extend delivery dates and
periods as if the same applied to Viessmann.
(c) In the event of delay of delivery of goods caused by the Purchaser
for any reason whatsoever Viessmann shall be entitled to charge
the cost of storage calculated at the rate of one half (0.5%) per
cent per month upon the cost of goods, such calculation
commencing one month after delivery of Notice of Readiness for
shipment and continuing for each and every month or part thereof
thereafter until the delivery of goods to the Purchaser.
RISK OF PROPERTY
7. (a) Commencing on the date of delivery of goods for shipment or
transport to the Purchaser, the said goods or any part thereof shall
be at the risk of the Purchaser.
(b) Any goods or part thereof delivered for shipment or transport to
the Purchaser from Viessmann in Canada or Viessmann in the
U.S., including goods with unessential or minor defects, shall be
deemed to have been accepted by the Purchaser without
recourse.
(c) Deficiencies or defects in goods or part thereof shipped or
shipment of wrong goods or part thereof shall be endorsed upon
the bill of lading and shall be communicated to Viessmann in
writing within eight (8) days upon arrival at destination. Failing
such notification the Purchaser shall be deemed to have accepted
the goods without recourse.
RETURN OF GOODS
8. (a) All or any goods returned without prior authorization by
Viessmann shall not be accepted.
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(b) If returns are authorized by Viessmann, goods will be accepted as
follows:
(i)
New and unused goods upon authorization by Viessmann,
freight to be prepaid plus 25% restocking charge.
(ii)
Outdated goods, freight prepaid plus 25% restocking charge
plus refurbishing costs.
(iii) Any products included in the Biomass Price List upon
authorization by Viessmann, freight to be prepaid. The down
payment serves as restocking charge.
(b) Viessmann’s obligations with respect to any goods delivered or
services performed for any Purchaser under the terms and
conditions herein contained are limited exclusively to the repair,
replacement or refund of purchase price or cost of service at
Viessmann’s sole discretion. The remedies provided pursuant to
the terms and conditions herein contained shall be the exclusive
remedies for the Purchaser. Viessmann shall not be responsible
for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages
caused by the goods delivered or services performed pursuant to
the terms and conditions hereof.
INSURANCE
10.
During the period commencing with the delivery of goods for
shipment or transport to the Purchaser and ending upon receipt of
payment in full for the said goods pursuant to the terms and
conditions hereof the Purchaser shall insure the said goods in the
joint names of Viessmann and the Purchaser against all risk of
loss or damage howsoever caused.
APPLICABLE LAW
11.
All disputes, claims or demands arising from or relating to
warranties, guarantees, representations authorized and published
by Viessmann, and from the terms and conditions herein
contained and all claims, demands, rights or liabilities arising from
such warranties, guarantees, representations or terms and
conditions shall be determined in accordance with the laws of the
State of Rhode Island.
Viessmann Manufacturing Company Inc.
750 McMurray Road
Waterloo, Ontario N2V 2G5 Canada
Tel. (519) 885-6300 Fax (519) 885-0887
www.viessmann.ca info@viessmann.ca
Viessmann Manufacturing Company (U.S.) Inc.
45 Access Road
Warwick, Rhode Island 02886 USA
Tel. (401) 732-0667 Fax (401) 732-0590
www.viessmann-us.com info@viessmann-us.com
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