Boiler Company SERIES 3 Specifications

Boiler Company SERIES 3 Specifications
S Series
Installation
Operation
Maintenance
Manual
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Thermo-Dynamics Boiler Company
ROUTE 61 • P.O. BOX 325 • SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA 17972
(570) 385-0731 FAX (570) 385-5304
Service Policy
Congratulations on the purchase of your boiler. Here at ThermoDynamics Boiler Company we pride ourselves on the design and construction of our product. Our intent is to furnish you with a high quality
appliance that will provide you and your family with years of trouble free
service.
In order to maintain peak performance of your boiler, it is recommended
that the burner/boiler be serviced annually, preferably prior to the onset of
the winter heating season. Servicing of your appliance must be performed
by a qualified heating technician. You should utilize a qualified heating
technician familiar with your installation to manage your heater and perform
periodic maintenance. Proper care and maintenance of your boiler will
allow you to enjoy the benefits of your new purchase as well as extend its
long useful life.
In the event that your serviceman encounters difficulty with the boiler,
he/she shall contact the distributor from which the product was purchased.
The distributor shall, in turn, contact the Thermo-Dynamics sales representative for your area. By adhering to this protocol, Thermo-Dynamics
wishes to provide you with responsive and unparalleled service. We realize
the importance that our product means to you and your family and our goal
is to get your heater up and running as quickly as possible.
Thank you for purchasing the Thermo-Dynamics boiler. Again, it is our
intent to provide you with a high quality trouble free product that will be part
of your family for many years to come. Please consider Thermo-Dynamics
Boiler Company in the future for all of your home heating needs.
Contents
Subject
Page
Read This First . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Operational Sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Start-Up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Appendices
Troubleshooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A
Dimensions and Jacket Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B
Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . C
Piping Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . D
Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . E
Installer/Serviceman Labels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . F
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . G
Read This First
1.
Installer must be a trained, experienced technician and should read all
instructions before installation.
2.
Inspect the boiler, jacket and all components to be sure damage has not
occurred in shipment. If damage is evident a claim must be filed with the freight
carrier who transported the boiler from the factory to the distributor where it
was purchased. Do not install the boiler. Contact your distributor.
3.
Disconnect power supply before connecting wiring.
4.
Refer to local codes for oil burning equipment, for recommended installation
practice. You will need to be familiar with NFPA International Standard 31,
“Standard for the Installation of Oil Burning Equipment”.
5.
A complete heat loss calculation is necessary to choose the proper size unit to
install. The boiler should be sized to within 25% of the actual heat loss of the
structure. Over sizing will result in short cycling and inefficient operation.
6.
When moving the boiler, do not push against the jacket or burner. Damage will
result.
7.
If the boiler is vented to a chimney, be certain the chimney is clean and free of
obstructions. The chimney must be masonry with tile lining or metal insulated
with a stainless steel surface. The Chimney must be properly sized. Draft
requirements are essential for safe and proper operation of the boiler.
8.
If the boiler is connected to a venting device, make sure that it is listed by a recognized testing service. Follow the venting device manufacturer’s installation
instructions. Verify that the venting device installation complies with the recommendations of the manufacturer and local and state codes.
9.
Conduct a thorough checkout when installation is complete. Check for
indications of leaks and make sure that no material is left adjacent to the
boiler.
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10. The use of low sulfur No. 2 heating oil is highly recommended.
11. Modification, substitution or elimination of factory equipped, supplied or
specified components may result in property damage, personal injury or the
loss of life.
12. The following definitions apply to potential hazards noted in this manual.
DANGER: Indicates a hazardous situation which if not avoided will result in
death or serious injury.
WARNING: Indicates a hazardous situation which if not avoided could result
in death or serious injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a hazardous situation which if not avoided, may result
in a minor injury. It may also warn against unsafe practices that may result in
minor injury or damage to equipment.
NOTICE: Indicates that special attention to information is required. Not
related to personal injury or property damage.
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A. Installation Instructions
1) Place the boiler on a level floor, preferably raised and as close to the chimney as possible.
The boiler must be installed on a non-combustible surface. The minimum clearances for
installation are shown below. Reduced clearance installations must follow NFPA-31
guidelines. If the boiler is a Knock Down (not packaged for ease of installation), install the
jacket in accordance with the directions provided in the jacket package, prior to piping.
Standard Clearances
Front
Sides
Rear
Chimney Connector
24”
6”
6”
18”
WARNING: The boiler must be installed on a non-combustible surface or fire may result.
2) Install the boiler piping. For location of piping refer to the Installation Drawing.
DANGER: Boilers with tankless coils must be piped in accordance with the piping diagram
including installation of a tempering or mixing valve. Domestic hot water temperatures
exceeding 125°F will cause severe burns instantly or death by scalding.
WARNING: Relief valve discharges and drain valve piping must be piped to a safe place of
discharge.
NOTICE: S Series Boilers are provided with a built-in air scoop feature. This feature allows
quiet, air free operation of the hot water system by eliminating air pockets without installation of air scoops. The supply line tapping in the top of the boiler extends approximately 1
inch below the top of the boiler, allowing only air-free water to enter the heating system
supply. Any air trapped in the top of the boiler is purged through the 3/4” vent tapping.
The 3/4” vent tapping should be connected to an automatic float vent, a manual vent or
piped to a conventional expansion tank. See Appendix B for illustration.
3) Packaged boilers are shipped with the burner, aquastat and circulator installed and wired at
the factory. See the Basic Wiring Diagram for wiring schematic. See component manufacturer’s manual for wiring instructions.
4) An expansion tank, not provided, must be matched to the system and installed in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. Do not undersize the expansion tank. An
automatic feed and pressure reducing valve, not provided, should be installed in the water
inlet line to keep the entire system from falling below the pressure setting of the valve (
about 12 psi) See the feed valve suppliers instructions for maximum allowed water supply
pressure and requirements for pressure reducers. For piping and wiring of other system
components see the manufacturer’s installation manuals.
5) The tank-less water heater may be piped as shown in the Installation Drawing. A mixing
valve (tempering valve), not supplied, must be used to reduce the water temperature at
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kitchen or bathroom taps. High temperature water for a dishwasher may be obtained by
piping as shown in the Installation Drawing. The nuts that secure the tank-less coil flange
should be tightened before the boiler is filled with water, after initial firing and once a year
during the annual maintenance.
CAUTION: Deterioration due to coil gasket leaks will void the warranty.
6) Connect boiler flue outlet to chimney using galvanized smoke pipe. Use only high quality
lock seam smoke pipe. The flue pipe should be pitched upward at least 1/4" per foot of run.
Refer to the boiler specifications for proper size flue pipe for your model boiler. Use only
elbows and straight sections. Tees may be used in a straight section in conjunction with a
barometric draft regulator however they must not be used for a 90° turn. Each joint should
be securely fastened with sheet metal screws. The flue pipe must not be inserted beyond
the inside wall of the chimney. Install barometric draft regulator in the horizontal or vertical
section of the flue pipe. The draft regulator should be installed in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions. Set the draft to in the stack as specified in the boiler specifications and on the Installer/Serviceman Label on the boiler jacket. The flue gas exit of the
venting system should be at designed with clearances in accordance with NFPA 31. A
chimney must be at least 3 feet above the highest point where it passes through the roof
and at least 2 feet higher than any portion of a building within 10 feet of the venting system.
The horizontal length of a chimney connector should not exceed 10 feet unless a draft
booster is used. Where the possibility of down drafts exist, install a listed vent cap.
WARNING: Installation and venting with improper materials or methods may result in
serious injury or death due to asphyxiation from poisonous gases such as carbon
monoxide. A carbon monoxide detector should be installed per the manufacturer’s
instructions.
7) The boiler room must be well ventilated to allow sufficient make-up air to support combustion. Lack of adequate combustion air may result in erratic operation of the burner, noisy
combustion or fuel odors. Remember your need for outside air will be greatly increased if
you have a vented dryer in the basement or other venting fans in the home. Boilers located
in confined spaces shall be provided with two permanent openings, one near the top and
one near the bottom of the enclosure. Each opening shall have a free area of not less than
one square inch per 1000 BTU per hour input rating of the boiler, freely communicating with
interior areas having adequate infiltration from the outside.
8) Fill boiler and system with water. Be sure entire system has been purged of air and the
desired pressure is obtained. Leak-check the boiler and piping system by turning off the
make-up water supply and observing the boiler pressure gage. A loss of pressure indicates
a system leak that must be repaired prior to operating the boiler.
9) Remove the nozzle line assembly and check that the correct nozzle is installed for the
desired firing rate. Check that burner settings are correct for the nozzle that is installed.
See the Installer/Serviceman Label.
10) Connect burner to oil supply. Refer to fuel unit manufacturer literature for piping, connections, lift and tank installation. If such information is unavailable use the following guide
lines.
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FUEL UNITS/FUEL LINES
Fuel supply "level with" or "above" burner: A single stage fuel unit connected to the fuel supply with a single supply line is the most common type of installation for these conditions.
Manual venting of the fuel unit is usually required on initial start-up. Failure to vent air could
result in an air lock/oil starvation condition. (One pipe)
Fuel supply below the level of burner: Use a single stage fuel unit in lift conditions of up to
10 ft., and a two stage fuel unit when the lift exceeds 10 ft. Both conditions require the use of a
return line which purges the fuel unit of air returning it to the fuel tank. The "by-pass" plug must
be inserted into the fuel unit when installing a return line. (Two pipe)
Fuel line installation: Continuous lengths of heavy wall copper tubing are recommended and
should be installed under the floor when possible. Always use flare fittings. Always install fittings
in accessible locations. Never use teflon tape on any fuel fitting. Use of teflon will void any warranty. Fuel lines should not run against the appliance or the ceiling joists.
Fuel line valve and filter: Install two high quality shutoff valves in accessible locations on the
oil supply line. Locate one close to the tank and the other close to the burner ahead of the filter.
Some filters come with built-in shutoff valves. Install a generous capacity filter inside the building between the fuel tank shutoff valve and the burner locating both the filter and the valve
close to the burner for ease of servicing.
CAUTION: All oil feed lines to burners must be air tight. Use only flare fittings when assembling
oil lines since the slightest air leak, caused by loose fittings, bad gaskets or any other reason,
can cause a foaming oil stream which will cause any of the following conditions:
a) Intermittent firing, causing safety shutdown
b) Poor starts
c) Smokey starts
d) Continual sooting of boiler and burner parts including the cad cell
e) Reduced firing rate, inefficient operation and erratic fire pattern
f) A dangerous combustion condition, allowing the firebox to fill with a lean mixture (too
much air in the oil stream) which could cause a delay in ignition of the fuel mixture until
the danger point has been reached.
Suction Vacuum Test. A fuel pump suction vacuum test should be performed. See the fuel
pump manufacturers literature for details. The suction vacuum must be limited to ensure that
there is adequate pump lift. This problem becomes proportionately larger with underground
tanks. If the following procedures are followed, burner related problems will be minimized:
a) Connect vacuum gauge to oil pump. Suction vacuum must not exceed 10 inches of mercury
for single stage pumps and 15 inches for two stage pumps. It is preferable to stay below
these limitations.
b) When the suction line is tight and properly installed the pump will hold its vacuum for a
minimum of 60 minutes after shutdown.
c) Installation of a check valve in the suction line of a two pipe system is advisable under all
circumstances. Be sure the check valve fittings are airtight.
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11) Connect the electric supply to the boiler as indicated on the wiring diagram. The wiring
must be installed in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any other state and
local codes and the following requirements.
a) Internal wiring is completed at the factory on packaged boilers. External wiring must con
form with the National Electric Code and local codes.
b) Field connections should be protected with a 15 amp fuse.
c) A separate, fused disconnect switch should be installed and located near the unit so that
power can be shut-off for servicing, unless already equipped.
d) Install the room thermostat (not provided) on an inside wall away from cold drafts, windows
or heat from fireplaces, appliances or sunlight. Set the heat anticipator in accordance with
the manufacturer’s instructions. Connect the thermostat leads to the “TT” terminals on the
circulator control.
C. Operational Sequence
1) S Boilers equipped with tankless coil are equipped with a combination aquastat control
which has high and low limits to be set at 180° F and 160° F respectively by the installer.
These settings are nominal and may be adjusted for the particular installation conditions.
A 20° F difference between high and low limit is recommended. The control prioritizes
domestic hot water heating as explained below.
a. When room temperature falls below thermostat setting, thermostat calls for heat starting
the burner and circulating pump. The burner and pump continue to operate until room
heating requirements are satisfied (thermostat setting is reached), or until boiler water
temperature reaches the high limit control temperature setting. If the high limit control
temperature setting is reached, the burner shuts off and the circulating pump continues
to operate until the room heating requirements are satisfied. If the thermostat continues
to call for heat after the boiler water temperature has dropped to approximately 10
degrees below the temperature setting of the high limit control, the oil burner will start
again and the circulating pump will continue to run.
b. The boiler water temperature is normally maintained at 160°F around the tankless coil by
the operating control so that an abundance of hot water is available. If the boiler water
temperature should fall approximately 10 °F below the operating control low limit setting,
the oil burner will be started again by the control (and the circulating pump will be pre
vented from operating) until the operating control setting is satisfied. The operating control has an adjustable low limit differential setting. The low limit differential setting determines how high the boiler temperature must rise before the burner turns off and or the
circulator comes on if the thermostat calls for heat. The differential is measured from
10°F below the low limit. See control manufacturer’s literature included in the data package for detailed wiring, operating and safety instructions.
c. Adjusting the low limit differential to higher values will provide priority to heating domestic
hot water over a greater range of boiler temperature. (Maximum of approximately 25°F
differential measured from 10°F below the low limit setting.)
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2) S boilers not equipped with a tankless coil are may be provided with a high limit aquastat
control which should be set at 180°F by the installer. This setting is nominal and may be
adjusted for the particular installation conditions.
a. When room temperature falls below thermostat setting, thermostat calls for heat starting
the burner and circulating pump. The burner and pump continue to operate until room
heating requirements are satisfied (thermostat setting is reached), or until boiler water
temperature reaches the high limit control temperature setting. If the high limit control
temperature setting is reached, the burner shuts off and the circulating pump continues
to operate until the room heating requirements are satisfied. If the thermostat continues
to call for heat after the boiler water temperature has dropped to approximately 15
degrees below the temperature setting of the high limit control, the oil burner will start
again and the circulating pump will continue to run.
b. The boiler water temperature need not be maintained at a160°F low limit setting since
there is no domestic hot water load to protect. See control manufacturers literature
included in the data package for detailed wiring, operating and safety instructions.
c. Boilers without Tankless Coils may be equipped with a combination aquastat that has a
high and low limit setting. The high limit control is set at 180°F and the low limit is set
based on the application. If the boiler is used with an indirect hot water heater for
domestic hot water, the low limit is set at 160°F to support the operation of the indirect
hot water heater. If the an indirect hot water heater is not used, the low limit may be set
between 120°F and 140°F to provide protection against condensation in the boiler. The
settings are nominal and many be adjusted for the particular installation conditions.
3) A cadmium sulfide flame scanner (cad cell) and relay are provided with the oil burner. The
cad cell will stop the oil burner within a predetermined number of seconds if the fuel fails to
ignite or if the flame goes out during operation. The oil burner will remain off until the red
reset button on the relay has been pushed. Reset must never be pressed more than once
during a single flame failure.
D. Start-Up and Check-Out Procedure
CAUTION : Only a trained, experienced serviceman should attempt the checkout procedure
outlined below. You should read to the burner manual provided with this manual for specific
instructions and set points.
1) Confirm that electrical power to the boiler is off. The fuel tank must be filled with No. 2
heating oil. Low Sulfur fuel is preferred.
2) Check electrode settings, nozzle size and air setting. Electrode settings are shown in the
burner manual provided along with this manual. Burner settings are listed on the Service
Man’s Label attached to the boiler and on the Specifications provided along with this
manual.
3) Set thermostats substantially above room temperature.
4) Open all shut-off valves in the oil supply line to the burner.
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5) Install pressure gauge in the port provided on the oil pump. Attach a length of 1/4" O.D.
clear plastic tubing to the end of the bleed plug.
6) Turn on power to the boiler. If burner does not start immediately reset manual overload
switches and control. See control manual for reset instructions.
7) On one pipe systems bleed the oil pump as soon as burner motor starts. To bleed the pump,
loosen plug while holding an empty container under the tubing installed in step 6 to catch all
of the expelled oil. Bleed for at least 15 seconds after the oil stream is free of all air. If air is
still evident in the bleed line you must check the oil lines, all fittings, filters and any other
connections for tightness. Kinks in the oil lines will create undue high vacuum therefore they
must be eliminated. When you are sure all air has been eliminated then close the bleed
valve. Ignition should be instantaneous following the closing of this valve. If it is not, proceed
to the trouble shooting guide to determine why the oil did not ignite.
8) Be sure the oil pump discharge pressure is adjusted to the pressure listed on the Installer/
Service Man Label. If it is not, refer to the burner manufacturer's instruction sheet for
pressure adjustment procedure.
FINAL ADJUSTMENTS OF THE BURNER MUST BE MADE USING PROPER COMBUSTION
TEST EQUIPMENT. Combustion test equipment required for proper burner adjustment:
a) CO2 Analyzer
b) Draft Gauge
c) Oil Pressure Gauge 0-200 PSI
d) Stack Thermometer
e) Smoke Test Gun
f) Vacuum Gauge 0-30 in. of Hg
Notice: Read the burner manufacturer’s instructions supplied with this manual to set combustion. The burner instructions contain special instructions that may apply to the model supplied
with your boiler including how special features may affect the set-up procedure.
10) Burner Adjustments. Allow the burner to operate steadily for 5 to15 minutes. Check burner
settings shown on the Installer/Service Man Label and make the following adjustments.
a. Punch or drill a 1/4" hole in the flue pipe between the boiler and the barometric draft
regulator. All test readings should be taken from this point.
b. Take a draft reading from the flue pipe sampling hole. Adjust the draft in the stack, using
the barometric draft regulator, to the value shown on the Installer/Serviceman Label. In
tall chimneys a second draft regulator may be required in the flue pipe to regulate draft
under high draft conditions.
c. Remove the draft port plug over the fire and take a draft reading from the draft port.
Compare the readings with those on the INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN label. Refer to the
trouble shooting procedure if the draft over the fire reading is not correct. Reinstall the
draft port plug after all readings have been taken.
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d. Follow the burner manufacturer’s instructions to adjust the air supply until a trace of
smoke is recorded. At the trace of smoke level, measure the CO2. This is the reference
point for all further adjustments.
e. Increase the air supply to reduce the CO2 about 1 ? % to 2% from the reference point.
A zero smoke reading should result. If this adjustment can not be obtained, refer to the
Trouble Shooting section of this manual.
f. When combustion is set, follow the burner manufacturer’s instructions to lock or tighten
adjustment mechanisms as required.
11) Check operation of the cad cell relay by removing one cad cell wire from external terminal
during the flame cycle. The relay should cut the burner off in approximately 15 sec.
E. Servicing the Boiler/Burner Unit:
1) Burner Components: If replacement of burner parts is necessary, always use parts
recommended by the manufacturer. Specify part number and description when ordering.
2) Electrode settings are important for reliable ignition of the oil. Check to be sure the settings
are in accordance with the instructions provided in the burner manual.
3) Nozzles: The nozzle specifications listed in the manual are the result of years of exhaustive
engineering testing. Use extreme care in handling nozzles to avoid scratches or dirt that
could cause leaks or affect the oil spray pattern.
CAUTION: Any nozzle replacement should be of the exact type as listed in the specifications.
4) Fan and blower housing should be kept clean of dirt and lint. If heating unit is located near
an unvented dryer, special care must be taken so that lint does not clog the burner air inlets.
5) Replace the oil filter cartridge annually.
6) Check all water connections and plugs for evidence of leaks. Check for leaks by shutting
the make-up water supply valve. If boiler pressure decreases, it is evidence of a leak which
must be repaired.
7) Cleaning the Boiler: Cleaning should be done only by a trained, experienced serviceman.
DANGER: Before cleaning turn off all power to the boiler. Failure to turn off power could result
in firing the boiler when it is open.
A) Remove the flue pipe, jacket top and flue cover.
B) Remove baffles from the units and clean them. Brush all tubes with a #2 soft flue brush.
Use a boiler vacuum to collect any residue.
F) Inspect the burner head. Remove any accumulation on the burner. Inspect and follow
burner manufacturer’s recommendations for cleaning and maintenance.
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G) Check all refractory and gaskets for resilience and continuity. Replace damaged parts
prior to re-assembling the unit.
H) Reassemble the boiler.
8) Replacing the combustion chamber. In the event that the combustion chamber is replaced,
follow these instructions.
A) Turn off power to the boiler and burner and shut off the oil supply to the burner.
B) Remove the burner assembly from the base.
C) Loosen the jacket at all sides.
D) Remove the four bolts at the corners of the boiler that secure the heat exchanger to the
base.
E) Position bumper jacks at opposite corners of the lower tube sheet of the heat exchanger
or use a come along on a lifter rig located at the top of the boiler through the flue box
hole. A lifting lug is located just inside the flue box.
F) Raise the boiler about one inch or enough to slide the base out the front. The pipes
should flex enough to raise the boiler heat exchanger.
G) Remove the soft chamber and replace. Replace the spacer block under the chamber if it
is deteriorated.
H) Reinstall the firebox and reassemble the boiler.
I) Check boiler for proper operation.
Alternate chamber replacement procedure.
A) Turn off power to the boiler and burner and shut off the oil supply to the burner.
B) Remove the burner assembly from the base.
C) Remove the burner mounting cover from the base. Using a utility knife cut around the
flanged portion of the top of the chamber that is clamped between the boiler heat
exchanger and the base. Break up and remove the remaining portion of the chamber.
D) Using a utility knife, carefully trim the top flange of the new chamber to fit inside of the
flange area.
E) Lift the new chamber into the flange area creating a seal and support the new base with
the spacer block.
F) Reassemble the boiler.
G) Check for proper boiler operation.
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Troubleshooting Guide
TROUBLE: BURNER DOES NOT START
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Thermostat
Check thermostat settings
Thermostat set too low.
Thermostat on “off or “cool”.
Open thermostat wires.
Loose thermostat connectors.
Faulty thermostat.
Thermostat not level.
Turn thermostat up.
Switch to heat.
Repair or replace wires.
Tighten connection.
Replace thermostat.
Level thermostat.
Circuit
Overloads
Check burner motor overload
switch
Burner motor tripped on
overload.
Push reset button.
Check primary control safety
switch.
Primary tripped on safety.
Reset safety switch.
Check furnace disconnect
switch and main disconnect
switch.
Switch open.
Close switch.
Tripped breaker or blown fuse.
Reset breaker or replace fuse.
Jump the FF terminals on
primary control. If the
burner starts, fault is in
detector circuit.
Open cad cell wires.
Repair or replace wires.
Dirty cell face.
Faulty cad cell.
Clean face.
Replace cad cell.
Check for line voltage between
the black and white leads. No
voltage indicates no power to
the control.
Limit control switch open.
Check limit setting (200˚).
Power
Cad Cell
Primary
Control
Open circuit between limit
control and disconnect switch.
Low line voltage or power
failure.
Burner
Jump terminals - if burner
starts replace control.
Repair circuit.
Call utility company.
Check for line voltage between
orange and white leads. No
voltage indicates a faulty control.
Defective control.
Replace control.
Check for voltage at the black
and white leads to the burner
motor. Voltage indicates
power to motor and a fault
in the burner.
Pump seized.
Blower wheel binding.
Turn off power to burner.
Rotate blower by hand.
Check for excessive drag.
Replace fuel unit or blower
wheel.
Replace burner motor.
Burner motor defective.
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TROUBLE: BURNER STARTS BUT DOES NOT ESTABLISH FLAME
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Oil
Supply
Check tank for oil.
Check for water in oil tank
using a dip stick coated
with litmus paste.
Listen for pump whine.
Empty tank.
Water in oil tank.
Fill tank.
Strip tank of water exceeding
2" in depth.
Fuel supply valve closed.
Open valve.
Open pump bleed port and
start burner. Milky oil or no
oil indicates loss of prime.
Listen for pump whine.
Air leak in fuel system.
Repair leak. Using only
flared fittings. Do not use
Teflon tape on oil fittings.
Replace filter cartridge.
Clean strainer.
Repair oil line.
Install pressure gauge in port
of fuel pump. Pressure should
be 140 psi.
Pump worn - low pressure.
Motor overloads.
Coupling worn or broken.
Pump discharge pressure
set too low.
Connect transformer leads to
line voltage. Listen for spark.
Check that transformer
terminals are not arcing with
buss bars. Check that transformer is properly grounded.
No spark or weak spark.
Replace transformer.
Line voltage below 102V.
Call utility company.
Carboned and shorted
electrodes.
Eroded electrode tips.
Incorrect electrode settings.
Cracked porcelain insulators.
Clean electrodes.
Oil Line
and Filter
Oil Pump
Ignition
Transformer
Ignition
Electrodes
Nozzle
Remove and inspect draw
assembly.
Inspect nozzle for plugged
orifice and distributor slots.
Inspect nozzle for correct
size and specifications.
Combustion
Air
Adjustments
Check air shutter and air band.
Oil filter plugged.
Plugged pump strainer.
Restriction in oil line.
Replace pump.
Replace coupling.
Set pressure at 140 psi.
Dress up tips and reset
electrodes.
Replace electrodes.
Plugged orifice or distributor.
Plugged nozzle strainer.
Poor spray pattern.
Incorrect nozzle installed.
Replace nozzle with nozzle
specified on burner housing.
Air shutter open too far.
Decrease air shutter setting.
Air band open too far.
Decrease air band opening.
Install correct nozzle.
TROUBLE: HGH NET STACK TEMPERATURES
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Nozzle
Check pump pressure with
pump gauge.
Nozzle overfiring due to high
pump pressure.
Reduce pump pressure to
140 psi.
Heat
Exchanger
Check heat exchanger surfaces
for soot or scale fouling.
Heat exchanger fouled.
Clean heat exchanger.
A-2
TROUBLE: BURNER FIRES, BUT THEN LOSES FLAME
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Poor Fire
Inspect flame for stability.
Unbalanced fire.
Replace nozzle with specified
nozzle.
Reduce draft setting.
Increase draft.
Increase combustion air.
Excessive draft.
Insufficient draft.
Too little combustion air.
Oil Supply
If burner loses flame prior to
the primary control locking
out, fault is in fuel system.
Air leak in fuel system.
Water in oil tank.
Fuel supply valve closed.
Restriction in oil line.
Plugged fuel filter.
Plugged pump strainer.
Cold oil.
Repair leak - use only flare
fittings.
Strip tank of water exceeding
2” in depth.
Open valve.
Clear oil line restriction.
Replace filter cartridge.
Clean strainer.
Use #1 heating oil.
Combustion
Air
Reduce combustion air supply.
Too much combustion air.
Close air band and air to
raise CO2.
Pump
Install pressure gauge in gauge
port of fuel pump. Pressure
should be 140 psi.
Pump discharge pressure
incorrectly set.
Coupling worn or broken.
Pump worn - low pressure
motor overloads.
Set pressure at 140 psi.
Excessive
Draft
Take a draft reading. Draft
should be -.05”-.06” W.C. in
stack.
Incorrect draft setting.
Poor Flue
Gas Sample
Insert C02 probe into heat
Leak in flue system.
exchanger tube. If reading is
greater by 1/2% or more, sample
was being diluted near flue box.
Replace coupling.
Replace pump.
Reduce draft setting. Install
second draft regulator if
necessary.
Sample C02 in heat exchanger.
Seal flue system leak.
Testing
Method
Using a chemical absorption
type device, let instrument set
after a test before venting. If
CO2 reading increases 1/2%
fluid is weak.
Weak fluid.
Replace fluid in testing
device.
Nozzle
Inspect nozzle for plugged
orifice and distributor slots.
Plugged orifice or distributor.
Plugged nozzle strainer.
Poor spray pattern.
Replace nozzle with specified
nozzle.
TROUBLE: INSUFFICIENT DOMESTIC HOT WATER
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Tankless Coil
Analyze capacity vs. usage.
Insufficient coil capacity.
Install larger coil.
Operating
Control
Check operating control
setting.
Setting too low.
Set operating control to 180˚ F.
Heat
Exchanger
Inspect coils for fouled surfaces
and/or flow restrictions.
Flow restriction.
Fouled surfaces on heat
exchanger.
Remove restriction.
Clean heat exchanger surfaces.
A-3
TROUBLE: BURNER FIRES BUT PULSATES
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Draft
Take a draft reading. Draft
should be -.05” -.06: W.C. in
the stack.
Down drafts.
Insufficient draft.
Excessive draft.
Install vent cap.
Increase draft setting.
Reduce draft settings, install
second draft regulator if
necessary.
Draft
Regulator
Inspect draft regulator for
correct location on flue system.
Improper installation.
Move draft regular to correct
location.
Combustion
Air
Inspect installation for combustion air provisions.
Open air band wide and take
CO2 reading.
Improper installation.
Provide openings that freely
communicate with outside.
Adjust CO2 level - start with
air band wide open.
Improper adjustment.
Oil Supply
Bleed pump; inspect for air
leaks or water contamination.
Air leak in fuel system.
Compression fittings.
Water in oil tank.
Repair leak - use only flare
joints.
Strip tank of water exceeding
2” in depth.
Pump
Pressure
Install pressure gauge in gauge
port of fuel pump. Pressure
should be 140 psi.
Pump discharge pressure
incorrectly set.
Coupling worn or broken.
Pump worn - low pressure
motor overloads.
Set pressure at 140 psi.
Nozzle
Inspect nozzle for plugged
orifice and distributor slots.
Plugged orifice or distributor.
Plugged nozzle strainer.
Poor spray pattern.
Replace nozzle with nozzle
specified on burner housing.
Heat
Exchange
Restrictions
Take draft reading at flue box
rand read draft over the fire.
Difference should not exceed
-.03”.
Plugged heat exchanger.
Clean out heat exchanger.
Replace coupling.
Replace pump.
TROUBLE: BURNER FIRES, BUT THEN FAILS ON SAFETY
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Cad Cell
Check cad cell with ohmeter.
If more than 2000 ohms, cad
cell is defective or dirty.
Faulty or dirty cad cell.
Clean or replace cad cell.
Primary
Control
After burner fires open cad cell
circuit if flame looks OK. If
burner continues to operate,
fault is in primary control.
Faulty primary control.
Replace primary control.
Poor Fire
Inspect flame for shape and
uniformity or color
Unbalanced fire
Excessive draft.
Insufficient draft.
Too little combustion air.
Replace nozzle with
specified nozzle.
Reduce draft setting.
Increase draft.
Increase combustion air.
Heat
Exchanger
Restriction
Take draft reading at flue box
and read draft over the fire.
Difference should not exceed
-.03”.
Plugged heat exchanger.
Clean out heat exchanger.
Burner
Motor
Burner motor trips on overload.
Turn off power and rotate
blower by hand to check for
excessive drag.
Line voltage below 102V
Faulty motor.
Pump or blower overloading
motor.
Call utility company.
Replace motor.
Replace blower or pump.
A-4
TROUBLE: INSUFFICIENT HEAT
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Circulator
Check if circulator is opera-
Coupling worn or broken.
Replace coupling.
tional.
Pump binding.
Circulator motor burned out.
Wiring from operating
control defective.
Operating control defective.
Replace pump.
Replace circulator motor.
Repair wiring.
Check if circulator is correct
size.
Check if circulator is up to
speed; check if voltage to
circulator is sufficient.
Thermostat
Check thermostat settings.
Check thermostat location.
Check thermostat calibration.
Circulator too small.
Repair or replace operating
control.
Replace with proper circulator.
Circulator defective.
Repair circulator.
Insufficient voltage.
Call utility company.
Settings too low.
Bad location due to heat
build up.
Out of calibration.
Increase setting.
Move thermostat to a better
location.
Recalibrate.
Flow Valve
Check flow valve for sticking
in partially closed position.
Flow valve not opening fully.
Clean or replace flow valve.
Radiation
Check for air in radiators.
Check to see if radiators are
sized properly.
Radiators airbound.
Radiators inadequate.
Bleed radiators.
Install adequate radiation.
Boiler
Determine structure heat load.
Boiler too small.
Additional heating capacity
required.
Piping
Check to see if piping is sized
properly.
Piping inadequate.
Install adequate piping.
Tankless
Coil
Check usage of domestic
hot water.
Demand too large.
Install flow regulator.
Additional boiler capacity
required.
Heat
Exchanger
Check heat exchanger for soot
or scale accumulation.
Insufficient heat transfer.
Clean heat exchanger.
Burner
Check pump pressure with
pressure gauge.
Insufficient pump pressure.
Increase pressure to 140 psi.
Nozzle
Check nozzle for size and
spray angle.
Check nozzle for plugged
orifice, scored surface.
Wrong nozzle installed.
Install specified nozzle.
Nozzle underfiring due to
defective nozzle.
Replace nozzle.
A-5
TROUBLE: TOO MUCH HEAT
SOURCE
PROCEDURE
CAUSES
REMEDY
Circulator
Check to see if operating
control is working properly.
Circulator does not stop
running.
Repair operating control.
Thermostat
Flow
Valve
Check thermostat settings and
Thermostat set too high.
Reset thermostat.
calibration.
Thermostat defective.
Thermostat out of calibration.
Replace thermostat.
Recalibrate.
Check to see if flow valve is
operating properly.
Flow valve dirty and stuck.
Flow valve defective.
Clean flow valve.
Replace flow valve.
A-6
COIL
&
ALT
GAUGE
BOILER TUBE SECTION
RELIEF VALVE
G
RETURN
ASME
TAG
A
D
HYDRONIC RETURN
F
CHAMBER SECTION
E
H
FRONT
BACK
B
C
Figure 1
S Series Dimensions
A - Jacket Height
B - Jacket Width
C - Jacket Length
D Coil Height
E - Hydronic Return Height
F - Alt. Hydronic Return
G - Hydronic Supply Height
H - Burner Opening From Floor
I - Flue Pipe Diameter
381/2
211/4
211/4
311/2
22
22
36
83/4
6
S
U
P
P
L
Y
T
O
V
E
N
T
BUILT IN
AIR SCOOP
BOILER WATER
Figure 2. Jacket Assembly
Appendix B
Specifications
MODELS
S85
S100
S110
S125
S135
S150
IBR Firing Rate G.P.H. (Max.)
.85
1.00
1.10
1.25
1.35
1.50
.85
1.00
1.10
119,000
140,000
154,000
175,00
189,000
210,000
119,000
140,000
154,000
IBR Heating Capacity (BTU/HR)* 100,000
117,000
129,000
148,000
159,000
174,000
101,000
121,000
133,000
IBR Net Rating (BTU/HR)
87,000
102,000
112,000
129,000
138,000
151,000
88,000
106,000
116,000
Chimney Size
8x8x15
8x8x15
8x8x15
8x8x815
8x8x15
8x8x15
8x8x15
8x8x15
8x8x15
Draft Over Fire (Negative)
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
-.02
Water Content (Gal.)
16
15-1/2
15
14
14
14
15
14
14
Domestic Coil Capacity** gpm
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
3 or 5
A - Jacket Height
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
38-1/2"
B - Jacket Width
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
C - Coil Supply Height
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
31-1/2"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
21-1/4"
F - Alt. Hydronic Return
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
22"
G - Hydronic Supply Height
36"
36"
36"
36"
36"
36"
36"
36"
36"
H - Flue Pipe Diameter
6"
6"
6"
6"
6"
6"
6"
6"
6"
I - Relief Valve Height
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
33-1/2"
Shipping Weight (Approx.)
320
325
330
345
350
360
330
360
360
Hydronic Supply Tapping
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
1-1/4"
Hydronic Return Tappings
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
2-1-1/4"
83.3
83.1
83.0
84.3
83.9
83.0
85.2
85.4
85.1
IBR Input (BTU/HR)
D - Hydronic Return Height
E - Jacket Length
AFUE***
•Based on D.O.E. Test Procedures
••Coil capacity based on 5 min. draw. 5 min. waiting period.
***AFUE with vent damper - S85-110 2.5% higher, S125-150 1.4% higher
Appendix C
STR-85 STR-100 STR-110
FLUE OUTLET
ALTITUDE GAUGE
HYDRONIC SUPPLY
AQUASTAT RELAY
AIR SCOOP VENT
RELIEF VALVE
ALTERNATE
LIMIT
ALTERNATE RETURN
HYDRONIC RETURN
INSPECTION PORT
RATING DECAL
EXTENDED TANKLESS COIL
ASME TAG
HIGH SPEED
FLAME RETENTION
BURNER
PRIMARY CONTROL
S Series
FLO-CONTROL VALVE
AIR VENT
GATE VALVE
PRESSURE RED.
VALVE
EXPANSION TANK
DOMESTIC HI
TEMP WATER
CHECK
VALVE
WARM
WATER
SUPPLY
CIRCULATING
PUMP
TANKLESS
COIL
W/T&A
DOMESTIC
COLD WATER
IN
DRAIN
RETURN
GATE VALVE
Install Relief Valve in top tapping on rear of boiler.
Relief Valve discharge and drain valve piping should
be piped to a safe place of discharge.
TEMPERING
VALVE
Figure 3. Boiler Piping
Appendix D
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM FOR S SERIES BOILERS
TO CONNECT BURNER TO AQUASTAT
(APPLIES TO BECKETT CHIMNEY VENT BURNERS)
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM FOR S SERIES BOILERS
TO CONNECT BURNER TO AQUASTAT
(APPLIES TO CARLIN CHIMNEY VENT AND RIELLO CHIMNEY VENT BURNERS)
Appendix E
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
Burner Type
S-125
S-135
S-150
________________________
Riello
Riello
Model Number
Burner Type
Riello
F5
F5
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
1.00 60A 1.10 60A 1.25 60A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
150
150
150
Head/Pin Position ________________________
2.5
3.5
4.0
Air Band
N/A
N/A
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
4.5
4.5
5.5
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Burner Model
Smoke Reading
Smoke Reading
Burner Model
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
Burner Type
Beckett
Beckett
Burner Model
AFG
AFG
AFG
________________________
Nozzle Type
1.00 80A 1.10 80A 1.25 80A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
140
140
140
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-12
F-12
F-12
Air Band
CLOSED
1
2
________________________
Air Shutter
10
10
10
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Smoke Reading
ZERO
ZERO
Carlin
Carlin
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
S-125
S-135
S-150
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
EZ-1
EZ-1
EZ-1
________________________
Nozzle Type
1.00 60A 1.10 60A 1.25 60A
________________________
140
140
140
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
Head/Pin Position ________________________
110-125
135-150
135-150
Air Band
1.25
1.35
1.50
________________________
Air Shutter
N/A
N/A
N/A
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
S-125
S-135
S-150
________________________
ZERO
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
Appendix F
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
Burner Type
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
S-85
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Riello
Model Number
Burner Type
Burner Model
S-100
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Riello
AFG*
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
0.65 80B 0.65 60A 0.65 60A
________________________
140
140
150
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
85-100
1.5
Air Band
CLOSED
0.85
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
10
N/A
1.75
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
AFG
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
0.75 80B 0.75 60A 0.75 60A
________________________
140
140
150
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
85-100
2.0
Air Band
CLOSED
1.00
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
8
N/A
4
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Smoke Reading
Smoke Reading
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
Burner Model
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
*With AFG use low firing rate baffle
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
Burner Type
S-110
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Riello
Burner Model
AFG
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
.85 80B
0.85 60A 0.85 60A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
140
140
150
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
110-125
2.5
Air Band
CLOSED
1.10
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
10
N/A
4
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Smoke Reading
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
Appendix F
STR Energy Star Product
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
Burner Type
STR-85
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Model Number
Burner Type
Riello
STR-100
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Riello
AFG*
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
0.65 80B 0.65 60A 0.65 60A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
140
140
150
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
85-100
1.5
Air Band
CLOSED
0.85
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
10
N/A
1.75
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
AFG
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
0.75 80B 0.75 60A 0.75 60A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
140
140
150
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
85-100
2.0
Air Band
CLOSED
1.00
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
8
N/A
4
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Smoke Reading
Smoke Reading
Burner Model
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
Burner Model
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
*With AFG use low firing rate baffle
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
INSTALLER/SERVICEMAN
Model Number
Burner Type
STR-110
________________________
Beckett
Carlin
Riello
Burner Model
AFG
EZ-1
F5
________________________
Nozzle Type
.85 80B
0.85 60A 0.85 60A
________________________
Pump Pressure PSI ________________________
140
140
150
Head/Pin Position ________________________
F-3
110-125
2.5
Air Band
CLOSED
1.10
N/A
________________________
Air Shutter
10
N/A
4
________________________
Draft Over Fire
-0.02"
-0.02"
-0.02"
________________________
Draft In Stack
-0.05"
-0.05"
-0.05"
________________________
CO2 Reading
10-11.5
10-11.5
10-11.5
________________________
Smoke Reading
ZERO
ZERO
ZERO
NOTICE
Above settings are approximate. Final adjustments to be made
with proper test equipment. Be sure all oil lines are air free and
the use of flare fittings is recommended. See installation/service manual for detailed information.
Appendix F
PARTS LIST
(Designate boiler and burner model numbers on all orders.)
Item No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
Description
Carlin EZ1 Burner
Riello 5F Burner 6" Tube w.Primary
Beckett AGF Burner
Solid State Electronic Transformer
F-3 Burner Head (S-85/110 AFG)
F-12 Burner Head (S-125/150 AFG)
3-1/2" Static Plate (All AFG)
Low Firing Rate Baffle (S-85/AFG)
Suntech Single-Stage Fuel Pump
Suntech Two-Stage Fuel Pump (Optional)
007 Circulator Pump
Primary Control L7184B
Aquastat Control L7224C
Relief Valve 3/4" (Male)
Altitude Gauge 1/4"-2-1/2" Round
Coil Gasket (TDR All)
Blank Coil Plate with 3/4" Tapping (TDR)
#35 Coil (TDR) w/Gasket - Cartoned
#55 Coil (TDR) w/Gasket - Cartoned
Replacement Soft Chamber Only
Chamber Base Assembly (Complete with Metal Base)
Chamber Base Front Only (Metal with Studs)
Cast Iron Peep Door Assembly (with Test Plug)
Spacer Block (Between Chamber & Base)
Baffles (State Model & Amount)
Nozzles Beckett AFG @ 140 PSI Pump Pressure
.65 - 80˚B (S-85)
.75 - 80˚B (S-100)
.85 - 80˚B (S-110)
1.00 - 80˚A (S-125)
1.10 - 80˚A (S-135)
1.25 - 80˚A (S-150)
.65 - 80˚B (STR-85)
.75 - 80˚B (STR-100)
.85 - 80˚B (STR-110)
Appendix G
Part No.
542200
541152
540545
675981
675400
675420
675931
675920
675300
675310
535030
553018
552102
575020
559560
481005
229151
530243
530245
337350
221750
223080
815800
337352
229510
680102
680117
680127
680146
680156
680176
680102
680117
680127
S Series
Service Set-Up Records
Initial Set Up
1
2
3
4
1. Date
2. Model Number
3. Firing Rate
4. Pump Pressure Set 140 PSI
5. CO
6. "O" Smoke
7. Gross Stack˚
8. Draft Over Fire
9. Replaced Filter Yes/No
10. Replaced Nozzle Yes/No
11. Clean Pump Filter Yes/No
12. Inspect Coil Gasket
13. Check for leaks @ plugs/fittings
14. *Brush Clean Flue Tub Passages
15. Vacuum Chamber/Flue Tubes
16. Clean Blower Wheel
17. Check/Set Electrodes
*Soft fiber chamber...Exercise care to avoid damage.
EXPLANATION OF LOW FIRING RATE BAFFLE
The Beckett low firing rate baffle is a small metal plate. It
is installed over the back of the blower wheel scroll, which is
visible when the transformer is swung back.
The low firing rate baffle is used to partially restrict the flow
of combustion air to the combustion head. When the baffle
is placed in the stream of air going from the blower wheel to
the head, it increases the load on the blower wheel. This
reduces the CFM and increases the operating pressure.
At the lower firing rates the combustion head has an easier time controlling the reduced air supply. The result is better starts and running characteristics. Flame stability at startup is improved due to higher blower operating pressure
which tends to dampen flame pulsations. It also means less
sensitive air shutter adjustments.
Another advantage is that the inlet air controls must now
be opened more to overcome the added resistance of the
baffle. This means that the openings are less prone to
restriction due to buildup of dust, lint or pet hair.
The baffle is used only on the model S-85.
1 3/4"
3 3/4"
figure 1
Low Firing Rate Baffle
figure 2
MET-3937
11/10-500
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