BT 250 Cordless Telephone User Manual

SYSTEM A
System A 24 RFFI
System A 30 RFFI
Installation and
Servicing
Instructions
Type C Boilers
G.C.N:
G.C.N:
47-116-14 (24 kW)
47-116-15 (30 kW)
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END-USER
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These instructions are suitable for the System A boilers :
MTS supports Benchmark, the heating industry code to ensure the correct installation, commissioning and servicing of
domestic central heating systems.
To The Householder
Make sure that your installer completes Section 24 of this manual, this provides a record of the commissioning of your
boiler.
It contains important information about your particular installation that may be required by service engineers. It will also provide
contact details for the installer should you need guidance in the use of this appliance or if there are any problems.
As with your car, your boiler will work more reliably and efficiently if regularly serviced. We recommend an annual service
check. The service history of the appliance must be recorded in Section 25 of this manual.
In the unlikely event of any problems with your boiler or system you should first contact your installer. If your installer cannot
resolve the problem he should telephone our national service helpline.
A charge may be made if MTS Service is called out to resolve a non-product related fault.
Your statutory rights are not affected.
To The Installer
As part of the commissioning of this appliance it is necessary to complete Section 24 of this manual and give this manual to the
Householder. Please ensure that your customer is aware of the importance of keeping this manual safe as a record of the
installation (Section 24) and the appliance service history (Section 25).
Please ensure that your customer is aware of the correct operation of the system, boiler and controls.
MTS recommend the use of protective clothing, when installing and working on the appliance i.e. gloves.
CUSTOMER CARE
MTS, as a leading manufacturer of domestic and commercial water heating appliances is committed to providing high quality
products and a high quality after sales service.
Advice on installation or servicing can also be obtained by contacting the Chaffoteaux Technical and Customer Service
Departments on:
TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT
CUSTOMER SERVICE DEPARTMENT
Tel:
0870 241 8180
Tel:
0870 600 9888
Fax:
01494 459775
Fax:
01494 459775
GUARANTEE
The manufacturer’s guarantee is for 2 years from the date of purchase. The guarantee is invalidated if the appliance is not
installed in accordance with the recommendations made herein or in a manner not approved by the manufacturer. To assist us
in providing you with an efficient after sales service, please return the guarantee registration card enclosed with the boiler
without delay.
CAUTION
In the United Kingdom, installation, start-up, adjustments and maintenance, must be performed by a competent person only, in
accordance with the current Gas Safety (Installation & Use) Regulations and the instructions provided.
In the Republic of Ireland, the installation and initial start up of the appliance must be carried out by a Competent Person in
accordance with the current edition of I.S.813 “Domestic Gas Installations”, the current Buidling Regulations, reference should
also be made to the current ETCI rules for electrical installation.
All CORGI registered installers carry a CORGI ID card, and have a registration number. Both should be recorded in
the Benchmark Commissioning Checklist (Section 24). You can check your installer is CORGI registered by calling
CORGI direct on:- (01256) 372300.
Improper installation may cause damage or injury to individuals, animals and personal property for which the manufacturer will
not be held liable. To ensure efficient and safe operation it is recommended that the boiler is serviced annually by a competent
person.
If it is known that a fault exists on the appliance, it must not be used until the fault has been corrected by a competent person.
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Contents
CUSTOMER CARE
Page
Guarantee ............................................................................................................................................................2
Statutory Requirements .......................................................................................................................................2
Contents ...............................................................................................................................................................3
INTRODUCTION ..................................................................................................................................................4
USER’S INSTRUCTION .......................................................................................................................................5
1 CONTROL PANEL...........................................................................................................................................5
2 HOW TO USE .................................................................................................................................................6
Switching on ..........................................................................................................................................6
Time setting ............................................................................................................................................6
Heating ...................................................................................................................................................6
Burner ON................................................................................................................................................6
Stand by mode ........................................................................................................................................6
Switch OFF .............................................................................................................................................6
Anti freezing mode ..................................................................................................................................7
3 MAINTENANCE ..............................................................................................................................................7
4 GUARANTEE ..................................................................................................................................................7
5 PRACTICAL INFORMATION...........................................................................................................................7
6 SETTING THE TIME CLOCK ..........................................................................................................................8
6.1
SETTING THE MECHANICAL CLOCKS .................................................................................8
6.2
SETTING THE DIGITAL CLOCK..............................................................................................9
INSTALLERS’ INSTRUCTIONS.........................................................................................................................11
7 DESCRIPTION...............................................................................................................................................11
8 DIMENSIONS ................................................................................................................................................12
9 HYDRAULIC DATA .......................................................................................................................................12
10 INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................................13
11 INSTALLING THE BOILER............................................................................................................................17
12 CONNECTING THE FLUE.............................................................................................................................19
12.1
FITTING THE COAXIAL FLUE .............................................................................................................20
12.2
FITTING THE 5” FLUE ..........................................................................................................................20
12.3
FITTING VERTICAL FLUE ....................................................................................................................22
12.4
FITTING THE TWIN FLUE ....................................................................................................................23
13 ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS .....................................................................................................................26
14 COMMISSIONING AND TESTING ................................................................................................................32
14.1
INITIAL PREPARATION ........................................................................................................................32
14.2
INITIAL START-UP................................................................................................................................32
14.3
ADJUSTING THE CO2 ..........................................................................................................................33
14.4
GAS CONVERSION ..............................................................................................................................33
14.5
ADJUSTING THE MAXIMUM HEATING POWER ................................................................................33
14.6
FITTING THE EXTERNAL SENSOR.....................................................................................................33
14.7
EXTERNAL SENSOR SET-UP..............................................................................................................34
14.8
COMPLETION .......................................................................................................................................34
14.9
OPERATIONAL CHECKS .....................................................................................................................34
14.10 INSTRUCTING THE END USER...........................................................................................................35
15 FITTING THE CASING ..................................................................................................................................36
16 SEQUENCE OF OPERATION.......................................................................................................................37
CENTRAL HEATING MODE .................................................................................................................37
17 ADJUSTMENTS AND SETTINGS .................................................................................................................38
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SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
18 REPLACEMENT OF PARTS .........................................................................................................................45
18.1
To Gain General Access........................................................................................................................45
18.1.1 Removing the front panel.......................................................................................................................45
18.1.2 Lowering the control panel.....................................................................................................................45
18.2
Access to the Combustion Chamber .....................................................................................................46
18.2.1 Removing the combustion chamber front panel ....................................................................................46
18.2.2 Removing the burner .............................................................................................................................47
18.2.3 Removing the detection electrode .........................................................................................................47
18.2.4 Removing the ignition electrode.............................................................................................................47
18.2.5 Removing the fan...................................................................................................................................48
18.2.6 Removing the gas valve.........................................................................................................................48
18.2.7 Removing the heat exchanger ...............................................................................................................49
18.2.8 Removing the spark generator...............................................................................................................49
18.3
ACCESS TO THE WATER CIRCUIT ....................................................................................................50
18.3.1 Drain down.............................................................................................................................................50
18.3.2 Removing the 3 way valve.....................................................................................................................50
18.3.3 Removing the 3 way valve shutter.........................................................................................................50
18.3.5 Removing the pump...............................................................................................................................51
18.3.6 Removing the pressure relief valve ......................................................................................................51
18.3.7 Removing the domestic expansion vessel.............................................................................................52
18.3.8 Removing the overheat thermostat........................................................................................................52
18.3.9 Removing the temperature sensors (NTC’s) .........................................................................................52
18.3.10 Removing the pressure gauge...............................................................................................................53
18.3.11 Removing the DHW flow switch.............................................................................................................53
18.3.12 Removing & cleaning the condensate trap ............................................................................................53
18.4
ACCESS TO THE CONTROL SYSTEM ...............................................................................................53
18.4.1 Removing the PCB’s..............................................................................................................................53
18.4.2 Removing the fuses ...............................................................................................................................54
18.5
CONNECTING THE EXTERNAL SENSOR ..........................................................................................54
19
INCORRECT FUNCTION ......................................................................................................................55
20
GAS CONVERSION .............................................................................................................................56
21
INCORRECT FUNCTION ......................................................................................................................56
22
MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS.........................................................................................................57
22.1
GENERAL REMARKS...........................................................................................................................57
22.2
CLEANING THE PRIMARY EXCHANGER ...........................................................................................57
22.3
OPERATIONAL TEST ...........................................................................................................................57
23
SHORT SPARES LIST ..........................................................................................................................58
24
TECHNICAL DATA ................................................................................................................................59
25
BENCHMARK COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST....................................................................................61
26
SERVICE INTERVAL RECORD ............................................................................................................62
INTRODUCTION
The System A is a fully automatic, wall mounted, low water content condensing system boiler. It is a room sealed,
fan assisted, balanced flued appliance providing central heating. It has electronic ignition and is suitable for all
modern electrical control systems. The boiler is designed for sealed systems only and a circulating pump,
expansion vessel together with a pressure gauge and safety valve are included within the boiler.
The standard horizontal flue kit is suitable for lengths 300 mm minimum to 600 mm maximum and includes an
elbow adapter that can be rotated through 360 ° . The horizontal flue can extend up to 3 metres using 1 metre
flue extension kits. 45 ° and 90° flue bends are also available as accessories.
The System A Plus includes a diverter valve and so can provide central heating and hot water flow for an indirect
cylinder.
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USER’S INSTRUCTIONS
1. Control panel
27 26
30 (System Plus only)
29
31
Fig 1
32
Control panel (fig. 1)
31.- Central Heating start button
32.- Menu button
33.- Reducing button
34.- Increasing button
35.- Setting button
34
35
Connecting bracket
Taps shown in Open position (fig. 2)
26.- Display
27.- On/off push button and power on indicator light
29.- Reset push button and red indicator locking light
30.- Cylinder Hot water start button
setting (System Plus only)
33
39 : Gas service tap
40 : Cylinder return valve (System Plus only)
and temperature
41 : Central heating flow isolating valve
and temperature setting
42 : Central heating return isolating valve
43 & 44: Filling taps
45 : Filling loop
41
40
42
43
Fig. 2
44
45
39
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2. How to Use
Switching on and filling instructions
1. Check the pressure in the central heating system is above 0.7 bar and below 1.5 bar with the pressure gauge 16 (fig.1),
should it be neccessary to re-pressurise the system,ensure the filling loop 45 (fig. 2) is attached, open the filling taps 43 & 44,
the pressure gauge will now start to rise, once the pressure reads 1.0 bar, close the filling taps and disconnect the filling loop.
2. Check that the gas service tap is opened at the gas meter and the main power is on. Green
Power ON
indicator 27
3. Open the gas tap 39 (fig.2).
4. The boiler is now ready to use.
NOTE:
If the boiler is left off for a long time, some air in the gas pipe can hinder the first lighting
OPEN
CLOSED
attempts. (please refer to Section 19 Incorrect Function, page 47)
+
+
Time setting
You can set the time by using the keys underneath the display.
for 5 seconds. The hour digits on the display will begin to flash. Set the correct time by using the
or
Press the setting key
keys. To alter the minutes, press the setting key
again, the minute digits will begin to flash. Set the correct time by using
the
or
keys, once the correct time has been set, press the setting key
once more to accept the time.
Note: This is not a timer for Central Heating control.
To obtain heating
Turn the Central heating knob (30 Fig.1) between mini and maxi.
During the setting
flashes and displays the temperature the knob has been
set to.
The flashing will continue for a while after the setting and the display will then
indicate one of the following :
- the heating temperature when the room thermostat is ON (Calling).
- the time when the room thermostat is OFF (Satisfied).
Room thermostat request
pictogram
Tank pre-heating mode (System plus only)
Turn the control knob 30 between min and max. During the adjustment,
flashes.
The flashing goes on for a while after the adjustment, then the display indicates the time.
When DHW is drawn, the display indicates the following:
Heating mode
Turn the control knob 31 between min and max. During the adjustment
flashes.
The flashing goes on for a while after the adjustment, the display will then indicate:
- the central heating flow temperature if the room thermostat is calling for heat.
- the time if the room thermostat is OFF.
Room thermostat request symbol
BURNER ON and output level
The flame digits will increase or decrease depending on the output.
Flame digit
Burner ON
"Programming" button:
button not activated, the domestic hot water exchanger temperature holding function is
activated permanently.
"Yellow"
button activated, the temperature holding function respects the programme (11 p.m. OFF, 6 a.m. ON, original
setting). The display indicates the following
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Anti-freeze and anti-sieze modes
Provided the ON/OFF button is on (green light), the water pressure is adequate and the boiler has not shut down due to an
error, the anti-freeze and ant-sieze operations will remain active.
.
When the anti-freeze comes on, one of two codes will be displayed with the snowflake pictogram
The two possible codes are 05 (pump anti-freeze) or 06 (burner anti-freeze).
05 (Pump anti-freeze):
When the boiler senses a temperature of 8°C or lower, the pump will run for 2 minutes, the
boiler will then check if the flow temperature is higher than 8°C. Should the temperature
still be between 3°C and 8°C the above process will be repeated a maximum of 10 times,
after this the burner will light and run until a temperature of 33°C is detected (see 06
Burner anti-freeze below).
06 (Burner anti-freeze):
When the boiler senses a temperature of 3°C or lower, the boiler will fire at minimum power until a temperature of 33°C is
achieved, the pump will run for 2 minutes after the burner is switched off.
Anti-sieze mode
The anti-sieze mode will activate the pump for 1 minute everytime the boiler has been inactive for 23 hours.
Note: The anti-freeze and anti-sieze modes will be automatically overriden as soon as there is a demand for heaing from the
room thermostat or cylinder thermostat.
The anti-freeze functions will only protect the boiler from freezing, to protect the Central Heating system it will be necessary to
leave the boiler powered, the Central Heating knob turned on and the room thermostat set to its anti-frost setting (usually
between 5°C and 10°C).
3. Maintenance
As with your car, your boiler will work more reliably and efficiently if regularly serviced. We recommend an annual service
check. The service history of the appliance will be marked in the Service Interval Record (Section 25).
4. Guarantee
The manufacturer`s guarantee is for 2 years from the date of purchase. The guarantee is voidable if the appliance is not
installed in accordance with the recommendations made herein or in a manner not approved by the manufacturer. To assist us
in providing you with an efficient after sales service, please return the guarantee registration card enclosed with the boiler without delay.
5. Practical information
Cleaning the casing and control panel
Should it be necessary to clean the casing and control panel, do so only with a damp cloth, do not use any spray polishes or
cleaners.
Precaution to avoid freezing
We recommend that you contact your installer or local service centre for further advice on the actions to be taken to avoid the
system freezing (should the boiler be turned off at the mains isolator)
• CH system
Choose one of the following solution :
- 1) Drain the Central Heating system completely
- 2) Protect the Central Heating system with anti freeze chemical products and periodically check the concentration
- 3) Leave the Heating mode switched on and set the room thermostat to anti-freeze mode (between 5 and 10°C)
- 4) Leave your boiler in stand-by mode, the anti-freeze device will switch on the pump and the burner if necessary.
• DHW system
Turn off the main cold water supply and drain the cylinder.
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6. Setting the time clock
6.1
Setting the mechanical clock
12
9
3
6
Fig. 3
A
3
2
4
1
24
23
22
12
5
21
C
6
7
19
9
20
I
8
18
9
17
B
15
14
13
10
16
6
12
11
Fig. 4
1. General layout
The mechanical clock covers a 24 hour period. Each tappet represents 15 minutes A (Fig. 4). An override switch is located on
the clock B (Fig 4).
2. To set the time
To set the time of day, grasp the outer edge of the dial and turn slowly clockwise until the correct time is lined up with the arrow
C (Fig. 4).
3. To Set the "On" and "Off" times
The clock uses a 24hours system. e.g. 8 = 8.00 am and
18 = 6.00 pm "ON" periods are set by sliding all tappets between the "ON" time and the "OFF" time to the outer edge of the
dial.The tappets remaining at the centre of the dial are the "OFF" periods.
4. For operation
symbol to control the central heating by the clock. Put the switch B to «I» to select
Put the selector switch B to the
permanent operation or to «0» to turn the central heating off permanently.
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6. Setting the time clock (continued)
6.2
Setting the Digital Clock
Manual switch
Summer and
winter time
setting
Reset
Enter
switching
times
h
Prog
.
Enter
the hours
Weekdays
flash
m
Imput
time
Enter
minutes
Day
Enter
weekday/s
Automatic
Operation
Manual
Operation
Continuous
Operation
= ON
= ON
= Continuously ON
= OFF
= OFF
= Continuously OFF
The switching
times correspond to the
program
entered.
Operating the time switch
The steps marked with the symbol “
If the current
switching mode is
changed manually,
the next switching
time will be
carried out automatically again
according to the
entered switching
program.
You can only
return to automatic
mode from the
continuously-ON
and continuouslyOFF
switching
modes by
pressing the "
"
key.
” are necessary to carry out a switching program.
Preparing for Operation
Activate the “Res” switch (=RESET) to reset the time switch to its default setting (activate using a pencil or similar pointed
instrument). Do this:
- every time you wish to “reset” the time switch
- to erase all switching times and the current time of day.
After approximately two seconds the following display appears:
Enter current time and weekday
- Keep the “ ” button pressed down
During the summer time period press the +/- 1h button once.
Enter the hour using the “h” button
Enter the minutes using the “m” button
Enter the day using the “Day” button
1 = “Monday”..............7 = Sunday
- Release the “ ” button.
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6. Setting the time clock (continued)
Entering the switching times
You have 20 memory Iocations available. Each switching time takes up one memory location.
Keep pressing the “Prog” button until a free memory location is shown in the display “– –:– –”.
” button:
Programme ON or OFF with the “
“ ”= OFF; “ ”= ON
Enter the hour using “h”
Enter the minutes using “m”
If a switching command is to be carried out every day (1 2 3 4 5 6 7) then store using the “ ” button, otherwise select the
day(s) it is to be carried out by using the “Day” button.
When the day seIection is left bIank, the programmed switching instruction operates at the
same time every day
1 2 3 4 5 6 = Monday – Saturday
= Monday – Friday
12345
67
=Saturday – Sunday
Selection of single days: 1 = Mon. .............. 2 =Tues.
Save the switching time with the “ ” button.
The time switch enters the automatic operating mode and displays the current time of day.
Begin any further entry of a switching time with the “Prog” switch. If your entry is incomplete, the segments not yet selected
will blink in the display. After programming is completed, and you return the time clock to the current time display with the “
” button, the time clock will not activate any switching instruction required for the current time. You may need to manually
select the desired switching state with the “
” button. Thereafter, as the unit encounters further switching instructions in
the memory in real time, it will correctly activate all subsequent switching instructions.
Manual Override Switch “
”
With the “
” you can change the current setting at any time. The switching program already entered is not altered.
Reading the programmed switching times
Pressing the “Prog” button displays the programmed switching times until the first free memory location appears in the display “–
– : – –”.
If you now press the “Prog” button once again, the number of free memory Iocations will be displayed, e.g. “18”. If all memory
locations are occupied, the display “00” appears.
Changing the programmed switching times
Press the “Prog” button repeatedly until the switching time you want to change is displayed. You can now enter the new data. See
point “Entering the switching times”.
Notes on storing switching times:
If you end your entry of the switching times by pressing the “Prog” button, then the switching time you have entered will be stored
and the next memory location displayed.
In addition, a complete switching command is stored automatically after around 90 seconds provided no other button is
pressed. The time switch then enters the automatic operating mode and displays the current time again.
Deleting individual switching times
Press the “Prog” button repeatedly until the switching time you wish to delete is shown in the display. Then set to “– –” using the
“h” or “m” button and keep the “ ” button pressed down for around 3 seconds. The switching time is now erased and the current
time is displayed.
AM / PM time display
If you press the “+/-1h” and “h” buttons at the same time, the time display switches into the AM/PM mode.
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INSTALLER’S INSTRUCTIONS
7. Description
1.- Steel chassis complete with expansion vessel
2.- Sealed chamber
3.- Burner and heat exchanger assembly
4.- Air / gas connection
5.- 24 V modulating fan
6.- Gas valve
7.- Ignition electrode
8.- Ionisation probe
9.- Ignitor
10.- Combustion products manifold
11.- Siphon
12.- Silencer
13.- Electrical box
14.- Pump
16.- Pressure gauge
17.- Three way valve
18.- Automatic air separator and automatic vent
20.- Main exchanger inlet thermistor
21.- Main exchanger outlet thermistor
22.- Overheat sensor
23.- Central heating pressure relief valve
24.- Manual air vent with pipe
25.- Thermo fuse
1
24
25
10
2
9
7
3
8
20
4
22
21
12
5
6
42
17
18
13
14
16
23
11
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
30 (System Plus only) 27
29
26
31
26.- Display
27.- On/off push button and power on
indicator light
29.- Reset push button and red indicator
locking light
30.- DHW control knob
and temperature
setting (System Plus only)
31.- Central Heating control knob
temperature setting
32.- Menu button
33.- Reducing button
34.- Increasing button
35.- Setting button
Fig. 7
32
33
34
and
35
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8. Dimensions
All dimensions in mm
289
21
Safety valve C/H and condensate
Heating flow
K
Cylinder return (System Plus only)
L
Gas supply
M
Cold water supply
N
Heating return
With packaging :
24 kW : 34 kg
30 kW : 37 kg
691,5
720
162
141
I
J
172,5
121,5
4,7
I
J KLM N
I
minimum
space
required
450
450 mini
pour
entretien
32
296
296 (24
kW)
360 (30 kW)
440
390
54 54 54 54
J K L M N
Fig. 8
9. Hydraulic data
The boiler is fitted with an automatic by-pass as standard.
Pump Head Graph (15/50 & 15/60)
The graph (Fig. 9) shows the development of the pressure
available in relation to flow (on exit from the boiler ∆T
20°C).
0.45
0.4
Pressure (bar)
0.35
To ensure correct operation, the minimum flow of the
appliance must be 300 l/h. (Thermostatic taps closed).
0.3
30 kW
0.25
Capacity of the installation.
0.2
The water heater is fitted with a pressurised expansion
vessel.
0.15
0.1
24 kW
Volumes :
0.05
6 litres
Pressure: 0,7 bar.
0
200
0
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
flow rate (l/hr)
Fig. 9
The volume of the expansion vessel in a pressurised
appliance varies according to:
- the average operating temperature in °C
- the static height, which is the difference in metres
between the highest point of the appliance and the
expansion vessel axis).
Pression à froid
pour le circuit
chauffage
(en bar) when cold (in bar)
Central
heating
initial
pressure
Pf
2,0
The minimum cold filling pressure of the appliance is 1 bar
(recommended pressure between 1.2 and 1.7 bar).
1,9
1,8
40°C
The pressure of the expansion vessel should always be
greater than the static height (in metres) divided by 10.
1,7
1,6
50°C
1,5
1,4
60°C
1,3
70°C
1,2
80°C
1,1
1,0
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
Capacité
maximale de l'installation (en litres)
System capacity
chart
220
240
260
280
C litre
Fig. 10
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10. Installation Requirements
Reference Standards
In the United Kingdom, the installation and initial start up of
the boiler must be by a CORGI Registered installer in
accordance with the installation standards currently in effect,
as well as with any and all local health and safety standards
i.e. CORGI.
In the Republic of Ireland the installation and initial start up of
the appliance must be carried out by a Competent Person in
accordance with the current edition of I.S.813 “Domestic Gas
Installations” and the current Building Regulations, reference
should also be made to the current ETCI rules for electrical
installation.
such as an outhouse or closed lean-to.
Condensing boilers have a tendency to form a plume of water
vapour from the flue terminal due to the low temperature of the
flue gasses. The terminal should therefore be located with due
regard for the damage or discolouration that might occur to
buildings in the vicinity and consideration must also be given to
adjacent boundaries, openable windows should also be taken
into consideration when siting the flue.
The minimum acceptable clearances are shown below:
The installation of this appliance must be in accordance with
the relevant requirements of the Local Building Regulations,
the current I.E.E. Wiring Regulations, the by-laws of the local
water authority, in Scotland, in accordance with the Building
Standards (Scotland) Regulation and Health and Safety
document No. 635, “Electricity at Work Regulations 1989”
and in the Republic of Ireland with the current edition of I.S.
813 and the Local Building Regulations (IE).
For detailed information on the installation of Condensing
boilers, reference should be made to the ODPM Guide to
the Condensing Boiler Assesment Procedure for
Dwellings.
C.O.S.H.H.
Materials used in the manufacture of this appliance are nonhazardous and no special precautions are required when
servicing.
Codes of Practice
Installation should also comply with the following British
Standards Codes of Practice:
BS 7593:1992
Treatment of water in domestic hot
water central heating systems
BS 5440-1:2000 Flues
BS 5440-2:2000 Air Supply
BS 5449:1990
Forced ciculation hot water systems
Installation of gas fired hot water
BS 6798:2000
boilers of rated input not exceeding
70kW
BS 6891:1998
Installation of low pressure gas pipe up
to 28mm
IEE Wiring Regulations
BS 7671:2001
BS 4814:1990
Specification for expansion vessels
BS 5482:1994
Installation of L.P.G.
E
E
Fig. 11
ABCDEFGHI J KL -
Directly below an open window or other opening
Below gutters, solid pipes or drain pipes
Below eaves
From vertical drain pipes and soil pipes
From internal or external corners
Above ground on a public walkway or patio
From a surface facing a terminal
From a terminal facing a terminal
Vertically from a terminal in the same wall
Horizontally from a terminal in the same wall
Horizontally from an opening window
Fixed by vertical flue terminal
300
75
200
75
300
2100
2500
2500
1500
300
300
NOTE: THE FLUE MUST NOT BE INSTALLED IN A PLACE LIKELY TO
CAUSE A NUISANCE.
It may be necessary to protect the terminal with a guard, if this is
the case it will be necessary to purchase a stainless steel terminal
guard. Reference should be made to the Building Regulations for
guidance.
Ventilation
and in the Republic of Ireland in accordance with the
following codes of practice
I.S. 813
The room in which the boiler is installed does not require specific
ventilation. If it is installed in a cupboard or compartment
permanent ventilation is not required for cooling purposes.
Domestic Gas Installations
Avoid installing the boiler where the air inlet can be polluted
by chemical products such as chlorine (swimming pool area),
or ammonia (hair-dresser), or alkaline products (launderette)
Gas Supply
The gas installation and soundness testing must be in
accordance with the requirements of BS 6891. Ensure that
the pipe size is adequate for demand including other gas
appliances on the same supply.
Flue
Detailed information on flue assembly can be found in Section
12 “Connecting the flue”.
The boiler must be installed so that the flue terminal is
exposed to the free passage of external air at all times and
must not be installed in a place likely to cause nuisance. It
must not be allowed to discharge into another room or space
Electrical Supply
The appliance requires an earthed 230V - 50 Hz supply and
must be in accordance with current I.E.E. regulations.
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10. Installation Requirements (continued)
It must also be possible to be able to completely isolate the
appliance electrically. Connection should be via a 3 amp
fused double-pole isolating switch with a contact separation
of at least 3 mm on both poles. Alternatively, a fused 3 Amp.
3 pin plug and unswitched socket may be used, provided it is
not used in a room containing a bath or shower. It should
only supply the appliance.
The boiler is suitable for sealed systems only. The maximum
working pressure for the appliance is 6 bar. All fittings and
pipework connected to the appliance should be of the same
standard. If there is a possibility of the incoming mains
pressure exceeding 6 bar, particularly at night, then a
suitable pressure limiting valve must be fitted.
The boiler is designed to provide Central Heating on demand
to a Central Heating system and to heat an Indirect Hot
Water Storage Cylinder.
Flushing and Water Treatment
The boiler is equipped with a stainless steel heat exchanger.
The detailed recommendations for water treatment are given
in BS 7593:1992 (Treatment of water in domestic hot water
central heating systems); the following notes are given for
general guidance;
If the boiler is installed on an existing system, any
unsuitable additives must be removed.
Under no circumstances should the boiler be fired before the
system has been thoroughly flushed; the flushing procedure
must be in line with BS7593:1992.
We highly recommend the use of a flushing detergent
appropriate for the metals used in the circuit. These include
cleansers produced by Fernox and BetzDearborn, whose
function is to dissolve any foreign matter that may be in the
system;
In hard water areas or where large quantities of water are in
the system the treatment of the water to prevent premature
scaling of the main heat exchanger is necessary.
The formation of scale strongly compromises the efficiency of
the thermic exchange because small areas of scale cause a
high increase of the temperature of the metallic walls and
therefore add to the thermal stress of the heat exchanger.
Demineralised water is more aggressive so in this situation it
is necessary to treat the water with an appropriate corrosion
inhibitor.
Any treatment of water by additives in the system for frost
protection or for corrosion inhibition has to be absolutely
suitable for all the metals used in the circuit.
The use of a corrosion inhibitor in the system such as Fernox
MB-1, BetzDeaborn Sentinel X100 or Fernox System
Inhibitor is recommended to prevent corrosion (sludge)
damaging the boiler and system;
If anti-freeze substances are to be used in the system, check
carefully that they are compatible with the metals used in the
circuit.
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MTS suggests the use of suitable anti-freeze products such
as Fernox ALPHI 11, which will prevent rust and incrustation
taking place.
Periodically check the pH of the water/anti-freeze mixture of
the boiler circuit and replace it when the amount measured is
out of the range stipulated by the manufacturer ( 7 < pH < 8).
DO NOT MIX DIFFERENT TYPES OF ANTI-FREEZE
In under-floor systems, the use of plastic pipes without
protection against penetration of oxygen through the walls
can cause corrosion of the systems metal parts
(metal piping, boiler, etc), through the formation of oxides
and bacterial agents.
To prevent this problem, it is necessary to use pipes with an
“oxygen-proof barrier”, in accordance with standards DIN
4726/4729. If pipes of this kind are not used, keep the
system separate by installing heat exchangers of those
with a specific system water treatment.
IMPORTANT
Failure to carry out the water treatment procedure will
invalidate the appliance warranty.
Location
The boiler can be installed on any suitable internal wall.
Provision must be made to allow the correct routing of the flue
and siting of the terminal to allow the safe and efficient removal
of the flue products. A compartment or cupboard may be used
provided that it has been purpose-built or modified for the
purpose. It is not necessary to provide permanent ventilation
for cooling purposes. Detailed recommendations are given in
BS 5440 pt 2. If it is proposed that it is installed in a timber
framed building then reference should be made to British Gas
Document DM2, or advice sought from CORGI.
Where a room sealed appliance is installed in a room
containing a bath or shower, the appliance and any
electrical switch or appliance control, utilising mains
electricity should be situated specifically in accordance
with current IEE Wiring Regulations.
For unusual locations, special procedures may be necessary.
BS 6798:2000 gives detailed guidance on this aspect.
Condensate Discharge
The condensate discharge hose from the boiler must have a
continuous fall of 2.5o and must be inserted by at least 50mm
into a suitable acid resistant pipe - e.g. plastic waste or
overflow pipe. The condensate discharge pipe must have a
minimum diameter of 22mm, must have a continuous fall and
preferably be installed and terminated to prevent freezing.
The discharge pipe must be terminated in a suitable position:
i)
Connecting into an internal soil stack (at least 450mm
above the invert of the stack). A trap giving a water seal
of at least 75mm must be incorporated into the pipe run,
there also must be an air break upstream of the trap.
ii) Connecting into the waste system of the building such as
a washing machine or sink trap. The connection must be
upstream of the washing machine/sink. If the connection
is down stream of the waste trap then an additional trap
giving a minimum water seal of 75mm and an air break
must be incorporated in the pipe run, as above.
10. Installation Requirements (continued)
iii) Terminating into a gully, below the grid level but above
the water level.
iv) Into a soakaway.
fall. The total length of external pipe used should not exceed
3 metres.
Some examples of the type of condensate terminations can
be found below.
NOTE: If any condensate pipework is to be installed
externally then it should be kept to a minimum and be
insulated with a waterproof insulation and have a continuous
1.
2.
Internal termination of condensate drainage pipe to internal stack
External termination of condensate drainage pipe via internal discharge branch
(e.g. sink waste) and condensate siphon
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10. Installation Requirements (continued)
3. External termination of condensate drainage pipe via internal discharge
branch (e.g. sink waste - proprietary fitting)
4. External termination of condensate drainage pipe via condensate siphon
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11. Installing the Boiler
Please check that you are familiar with the installation requirements before commencing work (Section 10).
The installation accessories described in the following list are included in the boiler packaging:
- Hanging bracket
- A paper template (showing the dimensions of the boiler with 5 mm side clearances)
- Connection tails and valves
- Screws and washers
- Connection washers
- Installation, Servicing and Operating Instructions
- Air Inlet Header (for use with twin flue pipe)
- Guarantee Card
Method of positioning the boiler on the wall.
The paper template can be used to ensure the correct positioning of kitchen cabinets etc. It also details the commissioning
instructions.
The paper template has to be fixed to the wall and used to locate the position of the hanging bracket and the centre for the flue
hole.
Drill and plug the wall and secure the hanging bracket using the screws provided. Remove the boiler from its packaging as
shown in Fig. 12, unscrew the clamp locking bolt A and remove the casing (Fig. 13).
Place the boiler on the wall on the hanging bracket (Fig. 14).
NOTE: THE APPLIANCE MUST NOT BE FITTED ON A COMBUSTIBLE WALL SURFACE.
Connecting the boiler to the system
- Remove the boiler casing as described in Section 18.
- Push in the tabs “P” (Fig. 14) on either side of the boiler and pivot the electrical box forward to gain access to the valve
connections
- Remove the caps and connect the valves to the boiler using the washers provided in the plastic bag.
2 x fibre washers for the C/H flow and return.
1 x rubber washer for gas connection
Safety valve discharge
The pressure relief valve tube is made of copper. It should terminate below the boiler safely outside the premises. Care should
be taken that it does not terminate over an entrance or window or where a discharge of heated water could endanger
occupants or passers by.
Fill the Central Heating and DHW system and bleed air from the system as described in Section 14 .
The system should be carefully checked for leaks, as frequent refilling could cause premature system corrosion or
unnecessary scaling of the heat exchanger. The condensate pipe from the siphon (11 Fig. 6) should be connected to a drain
as described in the relevant Brittish regulations.
Pay special attention to not bend the plastic condensate drain pipe in such a way as to cause the flow to be interrupted. Please
use exclusively drain pipe material compatible with condensate products. (refer to BS 6798 : 2000)
The condensate flow can reach 2 litres / hour; because of the acidity
of the condensate products (Ph close to 2), take care before
operation.
Fitting the Horizontal Flue
Attention ! Before starting the boiler, the trap (11 Fig. 6) must be
filled with water. Before fitting the flue onto the boiler, pour 1/4
litre of water into the exhaust pipe as shown in Fig. 15 (page 19).
Instructions on fitting the flue can be found in Section 12.
IMPORTANT!!
Use only the specific condensation flue kit supplied by MTS
(GB) Limited.
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11. Installing the Boiler (continued)
A
A
Fig. 12
1
2
Fig. 13
P
P
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
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12. Connecting the Flue
The boiler should only be installed with a flue system supplied by MTS (GB) Limited.
These kits are supplied separately to the appliance in order to respond to different installation solutions. For more information
with regard to the inlet/outlet accessories consult the accessory catalogue. The boiler is supplied ready for connection to a
concentric flue system.
NOTE: SEE PAGE 24 FOR MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM FLUE RUNS (TABLES A, B AND C)
IMPORTANT!!
BEFORE CONNECTING THE FLUE, ENSURE THAT
1/4
LITRE OF
WATER HAS BEEN POURED INTO THE EXHAUST CONNECTION
(FIG. 16).
TO FILL THE CONDENSATE TRAP
SHOULD THE
TRAP BE EMPTY THERE IS A TEMPORARY RISK OF FLUE
GASSES ESCAPING INTO THE ROOM.
Fig. 16
Warning
The exhaust gas ducts must not be in contact with or close to inflammable
material and must not pass through building structures or walls made of
inflammable material.
When replacing an old appliance, the flue system must be changed.
Important
Ensure that the flue is not blocked.
Ensure that the flue is supported and
assembled in accordance with these
instructions.
Ø 60/100 mm
5
162
12
9
3
6
Fig. 17
118
Installation without extension
150 mm
Fig. 18
Installation with extension
slope
* pente
150 mm
*slope
pente
5 mm
par mètre
5 mm
per metre
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12.1 Fitting the coaxial flue (Ø 60/100 Horizontal)
CONTENTS:
1X SILICONE O-RING (60mm)
1X ELBOW (90 )
2X WALL SEALS (INTERNAL & EXTERNAL)
1X FLUE PIPE INCLUDING TERMINAL (1 METRE - 60/100)
1X FLUE CLAMP
1X SCREWS
1x Seal
Once the boiler has been positioned on the wall, insert the elbow into the socket and rotate to the required position.
possible to rotate the elbow 360o on its vertical axis.
O
NOTE:
It is
Using the flue clamp, seals and screws supplied (Fig 19) secure the elbow to the boiler.
The 1 metre horizontal flue kit (3318073) supplied is suitable for an exact X dimension of 815mm.
Measure the distance from the face of the external wall to the face of the flue elbow (X - Fig 17), this figure must now be
subtracted from 815mm, you now have the total amount to be cut from the plain end of the flue.
Draw a circle around the outer flue and cut the flue to the required length taking care not to cut the inner flue, next cut the inner
flue ensuring that the length between the inner and outer flue is maintained. (Fig 19).
e.g.
X = 555mm
815-555 = 260mm (Length to be cut from the plain end of the flue).
Once cut to the required length, ensure that the flue is free from burrs and reassemble the flue. If fitting the flue from inside of
the building attach the grey outer wall seal to the flue terminal and push the flue through the hole, once the wall seal has
passed through the hole, pull the flue back until the seal is flush with the wall. Alternatively, the flue can be installed from
outside of the building, the grey outer seal being fitted last.
Clamp
Screws
Seal
Fig. 19
12.2 Fitting the 5” Flue (Ø 80 / 125 Horizontal/vertical)
Should the flue require extending, the flue connections are push fit, however, one flue bracket should be used to secure each
metre of flue.
NOTE: SEE PAGE 24 FOR MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM FLUE RUNS.
Once the boiler has been positioned on the wall, it is necessary to insert the Ø 80/125 adaptor (FIG. 20) for both horizontal and
vertical flue runs into the boiler flue socket (not supplied with flue kit - Part No 3318095).
Push the adaptor onto the boilers flue connection, grease the seals then add extensions or elbows as required, secure the
adaptor, using the clamp and screws provided.
To fit extensions or elbows it is first necessary to ensure that the lip seal is fitted correctly into the inner flue, once verified, it is
simply necessary to push them together, no clamps are necessary to secure the flue components.
Before proceeding to fit the flue, ensure that the maximum flue length has not been exceeded (See the tables on Page 23) and
that all elbows and bends have been taken into consideration, the maximum flue length is 10 metres, for each additional 90o
elbow 1 metre must be subtracted from the total flue length, and for each 45o 0.5 metres must be subtracted from the total flue
length (the height of the vertical adaptor and a 45o bend can be seen in Fig. 21 and a 90o bend in Fig. 22).
NOTE: DO NOT CUT THE VERTICAL FLUE KIT.
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162
Fig. 20
Fig. 21
Fig. 22
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12.3 Fitting the Coaxial Flue (Ø 60 / 100 Vertical)
NOTE: SEE PAGE 24 FOR MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM FLUE RUNS.
CONTENTS:
1X SILICONE O-RING (60mm)
1X CONICAL ADAPTOR (60/100mm)
1X VERTICAL FLUE KIT (80/125mm)
3X SCREWS
The vertical flue kit is supplied with a specially designed weather proof terminal fitted, it can be used either with a flat roof or a
pitched roof.
The Vertical flue kits useable lengths with the pitched roof flashings are indicated in Fig. 23.
Before proceeding to fit the flue, ensure that the maximum flue length has not been exceeded (See the tables on Page 24) and
that all elbows and bends have been taken into consideration, the maximum flue length is 4 metres, for each additional 90o
elbow 1 metre must be subtracted from the total flue length, and for each 45o 0.5 metres must be subtracted from the total flue
length (the height of the vertical adaptor and a 45o bend can be seen in Fig. 24).
Mark the position of the flue hole in the ceiling and/or roof (see Fig. 23 for the distance from the wall to the centre of the flue).
Cut a 120 mm diameter hole through the ceiling and/or roof and fit the flashing plate to the roof.
DO NOT cut the vertical flue kit.
To connect the vertical flue kit directly to the boiler, place the vertical starter kit (Part No. 3318079) (see Figs. 23 and 24) onto
the exhaust manifold and secure with the clamp, fit the vertical adaptor onto the vertical starter kit (note: there is no need to
use a clamp to secure this as it is a push fit connection), the vertical flue kit must then be inserted through the roof flashing, this
will ensure that the correct clearance above the roof is provided as the terminal is a fixed height.
Should extensions be required, they are available in 1 metre (Part No. 3318077), 500mm (Part No. 3318078) and 160mm
lengths, they must be connected directly to the vertical starter kit before connecting the adaptor to allow the vertical flue kit to
be fitted. In the event that extension pieces need to be shortened, they must only be cut at the male end and it must be
ensured that the inner and outer flue remain flush.
When utilising the vertical flue system, action must be taken to ensure that the flue is supported adequately to prevent the
weight being transferred to the appliance flue connection by using 1 flue bracket per extension.
When the flue passes through a ceiling or wooden floor, there must be an air gap of 25 mm between any part of the flue
system and any combustible material. The use of a ceiling plate will facilitate this. Also when the flue passes from one room
to another a fire stop must be fitted to prevent the passage of smoke or fire, irrespective of the structural material through
which the flue passes.
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22
Fig. 23
Fig. 24
12. Connecting the flue (continued)
12.4 Fitting the twin pipe (Ø80/80)
NOTE: SEE PAGE 24 FOR MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM FLUE RUNS (TABLE C)
Where it is not possible to terminate the flue within the distance permitted for coaxial flues, the twin flue pipe can be used by
fitting a special adaptor to the flue connector and using the aperture for the air intake located on top of the combustion
chamber.
Always ensure that the flue is adequately supported, avoiding low points. (MTS supply suitable clamps as Part No. 705778).
To utilise the air intake it is necessary to:
1) Take the air intake cover off
2) Assemble the flange on the header supplied with the boiler
3) Insert the restrictor if necessary, on the tube or the elbow
4) Insert the header on the tube or the elbow up until the lower stop
(you do not have to use the washer).
5) Insert the elbow/header in the boiler air intake hole and fasten it with screws
The twin flue pipes can be fitted with or without additional elbows and need no clamps, simply ensure that the red o-ring is
inserted in the female end of the flue pipe and push the extension piece fully into the previous section of flue pipe or elbow,
check that the o-ring is not dislodged when assembling the flue.
Twin pipe can also be converted back to Coaxial flue to enable vertical termination with a coaxial kit by using the pipe bridge
(Twin - Coaxial Adaptor - Part No. 705767). When running the twin flue pipe vertically.
It is not recommended that the pipe bridge for horizontal termination, however in the unlikely event that this proves to be a
necessity it is extremely important that the entire flue has a fall of 5mm in every metre back to the boiler, and where the 60mm
inner flue of the concentric terminal connects to the pipe bridge, this point must be adequately sealed with silicone sealant to
avoid condense leakage at this point.
When siting the twin flue pipe, the air intake and exhaust terminals must terminate on the same wall, the centres of the
terminals must be a minimum of 280 mm apart and the air intake must not be sited above the exhaust terminal. The air intake
pipe can be run horizontally, however, the terminal and the final 1 metre of flue must be installed with a fall away from the
boiler to avoid rain ingress.
It is also strongly recommended that the air intake pipe run be constructed of insulated pipe to prevent condense forming on
the outside of the tube.
The maximum permissible flue length for twin flue is dependent on the type of run used.
For flue runs with the intake and exhaust pipes under the same atmospheric conditions (TYPE 4) the maximum length is 60
metres (24kW and 30kW), for runs with the terminals under different atmospheric conditions (TYPE 5) the exhaust terminal
must extend 0.5 metres above the ridge of the roof (this is not obligatory if the exhaust and air intake pipes are located on the
same side of the building). For TYPE 5 also, the maximum permissible combined length is 60 metres (24kW and 30kW).
The maximum length is reached by combining the total lengths of both the air intake and exhaust pipes. Therefore a maximum
length of 60o metres for example, will allow a flue run of 30 metres for the air intake and 30 metres for the exhaust pipes, also
for each 90 elbow 2.2 metres must be subtracted from the total length and for each 45o elbow 1.4 metres must be subtracted
from the total flue length.
Some of the acceptable flue configurations are detailed page 24.
For further information relating to flue runs not illustrated, please contact the Technical Department on 0870 241 8180.
230 MIN *
132
Fig. 25
162
162
200
123,5
B23
C53
Fig. 26
23
12.4 Fitting the twin pipe flue (Ø80/80) (continued)
ø 100
123,5
107
200
25
Fig. 27
60 mm
Fig. 28
In the event that twin flue pipes are used, and the boiler has a side clearance of less than 60mm from the wall, it is necessary
to cut a larger diameter hole for the flue pipe, this should be ø10 cm, this will then allow for easier assembly of the air intake
elbow and the tube outside the wall (see Fig. 28).
TABLE
A
TABLE
B
TABLE
C
Concentric outlet
60/100
24 , 30 kW
(Type 1, Type 2, Type 3)
Concentric outlet
80/125
24 , 30 kW
(Type 1)
24 , 30 kW
(Type 2, Type 3)
Twin flue outlet
24 , 30 kW
Type 4
80/80
Type 5
80/80
Min length
Max. length
0.3 m
10m
Min length
Max. length
0.3 m
30 m
0.3 m
35 m
Min length
Max. length
Length
equivalency for
45o
0.5 m
elbow
90o
1m
elbow
45o
elbow
90o
elbow
70 m
(35m air / 35m exhaust)
70 m
(35m air / 35m exhaust)
10 m
10 m
0.5 m
1m
45o
elbow
90o
elbow
1.4 m
2.2 m
For coaxial systems, the maximum development value, mentioned in the table above also takes into account an elbow.
For twin flue systems the maximum development value, mentioned in the table includes the exhaust gas/air intake terminal.
Type 5 outlets should respect the following instructions:
1- Use the same ø 80 mm flue pipes for the gas intakes and exhaust gas ducts.
2- If you need to insert elbows in the gas intake and exhaust gas ducts, you should consider for each one the equivalent length
to be included in the calculation of developed length.
3- The exhaust gas duct should jut above the roof by at least 0.5 m.
4- The intake and exhaust gas ducts in Type 5 must be installed on the same wall, or where the exhaust is vertical and the air
intake horizontal, the terminals must be on the same side of the building.
24
70
140
60
120
50
100
40
80
30
60
Working area
20
40
10
20
0
0
0
10
20
30
40
Air inlet length in meter
50
60
Vertical flue exhaust length in meter
Twin flue length diagram
(24 and 30 kW)
Horizontal flue exhaust length in meter
Minima HE 24, 30 & 35 FF
12.4 Fitting the twin pipe flue (Ø80/80) (continued)
TYPE 1
TYPE 4
TYPE 3
TYPE 2
TYPE 5
NOTE: DRAWINGS ARE INDICATIVE OF FLUEING OPTIONS ONLY.
AIR INTAKE MUST NOT BE
FITTED ABOVE THE EXHAUST
AIR INTAKE
EXHAUST
AIR INTAKE
Fig. 29
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13. Electrical connections
Making the Electrical Connections
Hinge down the electrical box to gain access to the
electrical connections. Push in the tabs P (Fig. 30)
on either side of the boiler and pivot the box forward.
Remove the PCB cover (see Section 18.4).
Connect the live neutral and earth wires to the main
cable.
P
If using a room thermostat or other external control,
they can be connected in place of the link on the terminal block (Diagram A- Fig. 32).
Note: Use only controls designed for voltage free
switching or 24V supply. Do not connect to a 230V
supply, and do not run 230v cables alongside the
low voltage cables.
P
Fig. 30
All necessary settings for room thermostat operations are described in Section 17 ADJUSTMENTS
AND SETTINGS.
System A Plus
System A
D
S
F
D
Cylinder
thermistor
S
F
P2
P3
P2
P1
P3
P1
B4
B4
B3
B3
B2
B2
B1
B1
A4
A4
A3
A3
A2
A2
A1
ON
A1
OFF
ON
J1
OFF
J1
Cable 230 V 2P + T
J12
J12
System A Plus
change the EEPROM on PCB
T
26
J1
J12
T
J1
J12
4
LEGEND
1
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
3
2
15
NTC Connectors
Display Connectors
EEPROM Button
24V DC Supply
Fan Connector
Flame Detection Connector
Fuses 2A 230V (X2)
230V Connector
Auxillary 230V Connector
Actuators 230V Connector
Time Clock Connector (Internal)
Room Thermostat Connector
Remote Control Connector
Under Floor Heating Connector
Not Used
Fig. 31
14
13
12
11
5
10
6
7 9
8
-
If a remote time clock is to be fitted, using a volt-free switching time clock, remove the link wire and connect the
switching wires from the time clock following points above (see also Diagram B Fig. 32).
-
If using an external time clock and room thermostat, remove the link wire and connect in series as above (see also
Diagram C Fig. 32).
Live and Neutral connections to operate the clock motor must be taken from a suitable source.
Connector 11 (Fig. 31), is provided for connecting an optional integral time clock or programmer, for fitting instructions, please
refer to those provided with the clock or page 8 of this manual.
CONNECTOR 12
CONNECTOR 12
CONNECTOR 12
Fig. 32
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13. Electrical connections (continued)
13.1
Fitting the mechanical and digital time clocks
To fit the integral time clock it is necessary to proceed as
follows;
-
Isolate the electical supply to the appliance;
Remove the front panel as described in Section 18.1.1;
Remove the plastic cover on the right hand side (Fig. 33)
and pull out the 4 wires (Fig. 34);
Connect the time clock wires as follows;
MECHANICAL MODEL (Fig. 44)
Red Wire
Black Wire
Black Wire
Grey Wire
-
Contact 1
Contact 2
Contact 3
Contact 5
Fig. 33
NOTE: THE TWO BLACK WIRES ON CONTACTS 2 & 3 CAN BE REVERSED
DIGITAL MODEL (Fig. 36)
Red Wire
Black Wire
Grey Wire
-
Contact 1
Contact 2
Contact 3
NOTE: SECOND BLACK WIRE IS NOT CONNECTED.
-
Push the clock back into the panel and refit the casing
panel (Fig. 37).
Fig. 34
Fig. 35
5 4 3
G
2
B
1
R
3
2
G B
Fig. 36
Fig. 37
28
1
R
13. Electrical Connections (continued)
13.2
Connecting Zone Valves (System A)
The boiler can be connected to a central heating system that uses
two zone valves to allow connection to an indirect storage cylinder.
There are two wiring diagrams shown, one for the connection to an
Unvented Cylinder (Diagram. A) and one for connection to an open
vented cylinder (Diagram B).
In both cases the boiler connection is shown as ROOM , which
relates to the terminal on the PCB for external controls (see 12 FIG.
31).
When connecting the boiler to an external cylinder do not run 240V
cables and the cables for the ROOM terminal (Fig. 38) together, use
separate cables to prevent induced voltage on the low voltage
switching circuit.
NOTE: THE USE OF A ‘Y’ PLAN SYSTEM IS NOT POSSIBLE WITH
SYSTEM A BOILER DUE TO THE LOW VOLTAGE SWITCHING OF
APPLIANCE.
*
THE
THE
* IMPORTANT!!
ENSURE THAT A BALANCING VALVE IS FITTED ON THE
CYLINDER RETURN AND BALANCED CORRECTLY AT
COMMISSIONING STAGE.
FIG. 38
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WIRING DIAGRAM FOR CONNECTION TO AN
OPEN VENTED CYLINDER
30
DIAGRAM B
WIRING DIAGRAM FOR CONNECTION TO AN MTS
UNVENTED CYLINDER
DIAGRAM A
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14. Commissioning and Testing
14.1 Initial preparation
MTS (GB) Limited support the
initiative. In
Sections 24 and 25 (pages 60 and 61) of this manual the
Commissioning Checklist and Service Interval
Record can be found. It is important that this is completed in
the presence of your customer, they are shown how to use it,
and it is signed by them. Please instruct your customer that
they must have this manual with them whenever they contact
a service engineer or us.
Preliminary electrical system checks to ensure electrical
safety must be carried out by a competent person i.e.
polarity, earth continuity, resistance to earth and short circuit.
FILLING THE HEATING SYSTEM:
Remove the front casing panel and lower the control panel as
described in Section 18.1 (page 41).
Open the central heating flow and return cocks supplied with
the connection kit;
Unscrew the cap on the automatic air release valve one full
turn and leave open permanently;
Close all air release valves on the central heating system;
Gradually open the valves at the filling point (filling loop) until
water is heard to flow, do not open fully;
Open each air release tap starting with the lowest point and
close them only when clear water free of air is visible;
Purge the air from the pump by unscrewing the pump
plug anti-clockwise, also manually rotate the pump shaft
in the direction indicated by the pump label to ensure the
pump is free;
Refit the pump plug;
Continue filling the system until at least 1.5 bar registers on
the pressure gauge;
Inspect the system for water soundness and remedy any
leaks discovered.
FILLING OF THE DHW SYSTEM:
Close all hot water draw off taps;
Open the cold water inlet cock supplied with the connection
kit;
Slowly open each draw off tap and close them only when
clear water, free of bubbles, is visible.
GAS SUPPLY:
Inspect the entire installation including the gas meter and test
for soundness. The entire installation should be in
accordance with the relevant standards. In GB this is BS
6891 and in IE this is the current edition of I.S.813.
The connection on the the appliance is a 15mm copper tail
located at the rear of the gas service cock (39 Fig. 2 - page
5)
If the gas supply serves other appliances, ensure that an
adequate supply is available both to the boiler and the other
appliances when they are in use at the same time.
Pipe work must be of an adequate size. Pipes of less than
22mm should not be used.
Open the gas cock (supplied with the connection kit) to the
appliance and check the gas connection on the appliance for
leaks.
WATER TREATMENT:
The boiler is equipped with a stainless steel heat exchanger.
The detailed recommendations for water treatment are given
in BS 7593:1992 (Treatment of water in domestic hot water
central heating systems); the following notes are given for
general guidance;
If the boiler is installed on an existing system, any unsuitable
additives must be removed;
Under no circumstances should the boiler be fired before the
system has been thoroughly flushed; the flushing procedure
must be in line with BS7593:1992.
Firstly fill the central heating system with the power off, and
flush through cold, fill the central heating system again,
adding a flushing detergent, run the boiler on central heating
until it reaches its operating temperature and flush the
system, refill the system with a suitable corrosion inhibitor,
NOTE: FAILURE
TO CARRY OUT THE FLUSHING PROCEDURE WILL
RESULT IN THE WARRANTY BECOMING VOID.
The checks to be run before initial start-up are as
follows:
14.2 Initial start-up
1. Make sure that:
- The screw on the automatic air valve has been loosened
when the system is full;
- CAUTION: It is very important to fully bleed the main heat
exchanger of air when filling the boiler.
You must continue to bleed the heat exchanger from the
manual vent 24 (on the top of the heat exchanger), and
pump through the automatic air vent 18 fig.6, through
several central heating and hot water cycles to ensure the
air is fully bled from the system.
Close the manual vent after bleeding.
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- If the water pressure in the system is below 1.5 bar, bring
it up to the appropriate level;
- Ensure that the gas cock is closed;
- Make sure that the electrical connection has been made
properly and that the earth wire is connected to an
efficient earthing system;
- Supply power to the boiler by pushing the on/off button 27
(Fig. 1) the green led indicator light will illuminate;
- Turn the central heating control knob 30 (Fig. 1) to
maximum and switch the time clock (if fitted) to constant
and turn up the room thermostat (where fitted);
- After 7 seconds, the boiler will signal a shutdown due to
ignition failure. Leave the boiler as it is until all the air has
been bled from the system;
- Loosen the cap on the head of the pump to eliminate any
air pockets;
- Repeat the procedure for bleeding the radiators of air;
- Open the hot water taps for a short period;
- Check the system pressure and , if it has dropped, open
the filling loop again to bring the pressure back up to 1.5
bar;
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9
3
6
14. Commissioning and testing (continued)
14.3 Adjusting the CO2
14.4 Gas Conversion
2. Make sure that all radiator valves are open;
3. Turn on the gas cock and check the seals on the
connections with any approved soap solution and
eliminate any leaks;
4. Press the reset button 29 (Fig. 1) the boiler will re-attempt
ignition. If the burner does not light the first time, wait 1
minute and repeat the procedure;
5. Check the minimum and maximum CO2 values and gas
rates;- Adjust if necessary as indicated in Section 14.3
(page 29).
To convert from Natural Gas (G20) to LPG (G31), it is
necessary to insert a diaphragm and restrictor between the
gas valve and air/gas arm.
14.3 Adjusting the CO2
1. Remove the casing panel as described in Section 18.1
(page 41);
2. Connect a manometer to the inlet test nipple on the gas
valve, turn on a hot tap and ensure the inlet working
pressure is 20mbar. If correct proceed as follows;
3. Turn on the combustion analyser, remove the combustion
test point plug Q (Fig. 39) and insert the analyser probe
into the test point;
4. Turn on a hot tap and ensure that the boiler is firing.
5. Access the setting menu by pressing the
keys for 5 seconds the
display;
Once the conversion has been made, the CO2 setting will
need to be checked as described in Section 14.3, for LPG
the CO2 reading should be 10% +/- 0.2% with the front case
fitted).
To convert from LPG (G31) to Natural Gas (G20), it is
necessary to remove the diaphragm and restrictor from
between the gas valve and air/gas arm.
Once the conversion has been made, the CO2 setting will
need to be checked as described in Section 14.3, for NG the
CO2 reading should be 9.2% +/- 0.2% (with the front case
fitted).
Adjustment screw
and
icon will be shown in the
6. Press the menu button
four times to access Menu 5
and press the
setting button once to switch the
output of the boiler to maximum (two digits will be flashing
indicating the temperature of the boiler). There will be a
cursor at the top of the display indicating the boiler is at
maximum output. If the cursor is at the bottom of the
display (indicating minimum output) press the
button
the change to maximum output;
7. If necessary adjust the screw on the gas valve (Fig. 40) to
set the CO2 to 8.9% +/- 0.2% (NG) or 9.7% +/- 0.2%
(LPG);
8. Press the setting button
once to set the combustion
control rate mode to minimum, and, if necessary, adjust
the screw on the gas valve to set the CO2 to 8.9% +/0.2% (NG) or 9.7% +/- 0.2% (LPG);
9. Press the setting button
again to set the combustion
rate control mode to maximum and if necessary adjust
the screw on the gas valve to set the CO2 to 8.9% +/0.2% (NG) or 9.2% +/- 0.2% (LPG);
10. Reassemble in reverse order.
Fig. 40
14.5 Range rating the maximum heating
power
To adjust the maximum heating power it is necessary to
access the settings menu by pressing
the
and
buttons together for five seconds, and proceed as follows;
1. Press the menu button
3 times to access Menu 4;
2. Press the
button to access Menu 4.9;
3. The value is adjustable between 0 and 10, 0 being the
minimum output and 10 being the maximum, please refer
to the chart on page 32 (Fig. 43) for the required setting;
4. The maximum central heating output can now be
adjusted by pressing the setting button
;
5. To exit the setting mode, do not press any buttons for 1
minute, the boiler will automatically exit the Setting Menu.
14.6 Fitting the external sensor
The external sensor should be fitted 1.5 meters above the
floor on a North to North West facing wall.
Q
Fig. 39
To connect the external sensor, it is first necessary to
remove the casing panel as described in Section 18 (page
41);
Remove the PCB cover as described in Section 18.4 and
connect the external sensor as described in Section 18.5
(page 50).
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14.7 External sensor and ambient sensor set-up (where fitted)
N.B.
To ensure that these parameters are set correctly, consult the
"thermo-regulation help" document enclosed with the
documentation folder.
14.8 Completion
For the Republic of Ireland it is necessary to complete a
“Declaration of Conformity” to indicate compliance to I.S.813. An
example of this is given in the current edition of I.S.813. In
addition it is necessary to complete the
Commissioning Checklist in Section 24 of this manual (Page 60).
14.9 Operational checks
1. The system must be visually checked for soundness;
2. Fill the condensate trap with water, by pouring 1/2
litre of water into the exhaust flue connector (see
Fig. 39). N.B. In the event of a prolonged period of
system shutdown, the condensate trap should be
filled before any renewed use. A shortage of water
in the trap could possibly lead to a temporary
leakage of fumes into the air, until it refills itself;
3. Ensure that the flue is fitted correctly;
4. Allow the central heating system to warm up and adjust
the central heating temperature control knob 31 (Fig.1),
check the burner modulates between the high and low
settings;
5. Range rate the thermal power for central heating as
detailed in Section 14.5. To adjust the maximum heating
power it is necessary to follow the steps in Section 14.5
Menu 4. and adjust in relation to the chart on Page 35
(Fig. 42);
Fig. 41
6. Check the gas rate;
7. Record the finding in the Benchmark Commissioning
Checklist (Page 59);
8. Run the domestic hot water and adjust to the correct
water flow rate, adjust the domestic hot water
temperature control knob 30 (Fig.1) to ensure the burner
modulates between the high and low settings;
9. Balance the central heating system until all return
temperatures are correct and equal;
10. Turn the boiler off by pressing the On/Off button 27
(Fig.1) to OFF, disconnect the gas pressure gauge,
retighten the screw and relight the boiler;
11. Re-examine the central heating, domestic hot water and
old water supplies for soundness;
12. If external controls have been disconnected, reconnect
and test;
13. Refit the boiler casing.
12
9
3
6
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14. Commissioning and testing (continued)
14.10 Instructing the end user
1. Hand over these instructions and explain how to use the
time clock and room thermostat (if fitted) and explain how
to register the guarantee;
2. Show the end user how to switch the appliance off
quickly, and indicate the position of the electric supply
isolator;
3. Inform the end user of the location of all drains, isolating
valves and air vents;
4. Explain how to turn the appliance off for both short and
long periods and advise on the precautions necessary to
prevent damage in the event that the appliance is
inoperative when freezing conditions occur;
5. Instruct the end user on the correct procedure for
checking and refilling the boiler;
6. Finally advise the end user that, for continued safe and
efficient operation, the appliance must be serviced by a
competent person at least once a year and the service
logged in the Service Interval Record (Page 60).
Central Heating Output average (kW) (30/50°C)
24 kW
23
30 kW
29
21.2 26,8
19.4 24,6
17.6 22,4
15.8 20,2
14
18
12.2 15,8
10.4 13,6
8.6
11,4
6.8
9,2
5
7
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Steps (Value P min - P max - Menu 4)
Fig. 42
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15. Fitting the casing
Fitting the casing
Remove the protective film on the casing:
- Locate the lower clips into the slots in the chassis
- Engage hooks N on the casing in notches R on the side panels M operation (Fig. 43)
- Fit the top of the panel in place
- Close the panel mounting clamps (Fig. 44)
- Screw in the two clamp locking bolts A
Note: it is essential to refit both locking bolts A
A
M
1
R
Fig. 44
Fig. 43
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N
16. Sequence of operation
Central Heating Mode
Activation of the time clock and/or room thermostat starts the boiler. The display panel indicates the flow temperature s in central
heating as illustrated below:
Central heating
mode ON
Room thermostat
contact ON
With the boiler in rest, the diverter valve is in the domestic hot water position, activation of the central heating changes the
position of the motorised valve head, moving the diverter valve into the central heating position.
The start of the pump is delayed for 7 seconds to allow the movement of the diverter valve. The PCB checks the pressure of the
primary circuit, if the pressure measured is 0.8 bar or lower, the boiler will lockout after 40 seconds. The error code E02 will
appear on the LCD and the pump will stop.
If the pressure measured is above 0.8 bar, the boiler ignition sequence will begin.
At first, the fan starts and the speed increases to the required ignition speed (3460 rpm), once this speed has been achieved, the
safety coil of the gas valve is supplied with 230V DC, after 8 seconds the boiler checks that the burner has lit, if the boiler does
not sense that the burner has lit, the error code E04 will appear on the display, should this error occur, the boiler will attempt to
relight two more times (20 seconds between each attempt). After this, should the boiler still not sense a flame, error code A03 will
appear on the LCD. Should the boiler detect that the burner has lit, the boiler continues to regulate as follows.
The NTC fitted on the outlet of the primary circuit exchanger is the only NTC to adjust the heat output of the boiler according to
the adjustable setting point. This point is adjustable from 25°C to 85°C by the user. This NTC relays information to the PCB,
which in turn modulates the burner by adjusting the speed of the fan.
When the NTC senses that the set temperature has been achieved (+ 4°C to the temperature set by the user), the burner will go
out. To avoid excessive burner lighting, an anti-cycle timer can be set between 0 to 7 minutes in menu 4 line 48 (see Section 17
Adjustments and Settings).
The speed of the pump can be set at two levels. The PCB controls the speed of the circulation pump depending on the speed set
in menu 4 line 41. Setting 410 will cause the pump to operate continually at high speed, and setting 411 will cause the pump to
modulate between high and low speed depending on the ∆T between the inlet and the outlet. If the ∆T is greater than 20°C the
pump will run on high speed and if the ∆T is less than 20°C the pump will run on low speed.
NOTE: THE DEFAULT SETTING FOR THE PUMP IS HIGH SPEED.
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17. Adjustments and settings
24
23
5
6
I
7
19
9
8
18
9
17
15
14
13
10
12
11
+ button
16
6
P
Reset push button
- button
20
DISPLAY
1
12
21
On/Off push button
Menu button
2
4
3
22
The boiler is delivered with pre-set values described
in menus 3 and 4.
All settings must only be changed by the installer or
a qualified person. To gain access to the setting
buttons please, open the front control panel cover
P) and follow the instructions below.
Setting button
2nd digit
3rd digit
1st digit
4th digit
Pressing the, comfort, reset, menu, +, -, or setting buttons will make the display light. The light will go out 30 seconds after the
last button has been pressed.
To gain access to the setting menus press
and
buttons together for 5 seconds.. Menu 1 is displayed on the 1st digit.
Changing the menu :
Press the Menu button
. The menu number is displayed for 3 seconds. Press the menu button to change to the next
menu
Setting a parameter in a section :
Press the
or
button to change from between sections.
Note : When you arrive at the last section of a menu, pressing the
you are at the first section, pressing the
button will change to the the 1st section. When
button will change to the last section of the menu.
Changing section in a menu (available only for menu 3,4,5 and 6) :
Press the setting button
to enter the modification mode, The 3rd and 4th digits will be flashing, press the
or
button to select the correct value then press the setting button to select this modification and to exit the setting mode. The
3rd and 4th digit stop flashing.
Recalling the basic configuration :
Select menu 3,4,5 or 6 then press the
and
buttons together for more than 5 seconds. The digits will flash CM for
a while to indicate that the operation is completed.
Clearing Menu 1 (default register) :
Select menu 1 then press the
and
buttons together for more than 5 seconds. The digits will flash CM for a while
to indicate that the operation is completed.
Note : To exit install mode, press the Menu button
returns to user mode.
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for at least 3s. If no button is pressed for about 1 minute, the display
ACTION
DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION
Menu - 1 - Default register
Record the last 10 defaults
5”
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3 and 4
Last default occured
1
0
code from 01 to 99
Last but one default occurred
1
1
code from 01 to 99
...
1
...
code from 01 to 99
Last default occurred before the previous
one
1
9
code from 01 to 99
Section
x times
Note -- is displayed if no default is recorded
once
Menu - 2 - Boiler conditions
Indicates the conditions or the configurations of the boiler
Section
x times
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3 and 4
Software version of display PCB
2
0
code from 01 to 99
Software version of main PCB
2
1
code from 01 to 99
Flue type
2
2
4 : Condensation
Fan speed (in hundreds of rpm)
2
3
from 01 to 99
Theoretical position of the 3 way valve
System plus only
2
4
DHW flow temperature in °C
2
5
from 01 to 99
CH flow temperature in °C
2
7
from 01 to 99
CH return temperature in °C
2
8
from 01 to 99
Outside temperature in °C
2
9
from 01 to 99
0 : DHW
1 : CH
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DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION
Factory
setting
ACTION
Menu - 3 - Boiler options
once
Rubrique
x times
Elément 1 Elément 2
Inactive
3
0
DHW thermostatic kit
fitted to boiler?
(fix DHW temp to 65°C)
3
1
Elément 3 et 4
--
0 : non
1 : oui
0: on heating and
reheating of tank
Optional programmer action
3
2
1: on reheating of tank
2: on the heating
Inactive
3
3
--
Inactive
3
4
--
3
5
0 to 5 mn by step
0,5 mn
3
7
--
DHW Delay (time before CH relight
after a DHW cycle)
Inactive
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DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION
Factory
setting
ACTION
Menu - 4 - Boiler settings
once
Section
Digit 1
Digit 2
4
0
Digit 3 and 4
0 : no
Stop pump after burner stops
1 : yes
x times
0 : High speed
Pump speed
4
1
1 : Adaptive
0 to 5 min by step
0.5 min
Pump post circulation duration
4
2
Inactive
4
3
Maximum Central Heating flow
temperature
4
4
Minimum Central Heating flow
temperature
4
5
Inactive
4
6
Inactive
4
7
CH anti-cycling delay
4
8
0 to 7 min by step
0.5 min
CH maximum output (range rating)
4
9
Value from 0 to 10
Pmin & Pnominal
50° to 85°
by steps of 1°
25° to 50°
by steps of 1°
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ACTION
DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION
Menu - 5 - Combustion rate control mode
Effect
Display
once
Combustion rate control mode OFF
Combustion rate control mode ON
The main exchanger temperature
appears on the display.
The digit - on the display shows the gas
output level.
(Top = maxi, bottom = mini).
Gaz output setting
To modify the gas output use + and buttons.
once
x times
To cancel the combustion rate control mode press button “Menu”.
The combustion rate control mode will be inactive when :
- boiler is in stand by mode
- heating mode with room thermostat and initial heating temperature reaches max. heating recommendation
- boiler in lockout mode
- after the default settings have been restored or if the main supply fails (power cut)
- if the operator exits the 5th menu
- after 5 minutes if no buttons are pressed
Note : As soon as the combustion rate control mode is active, the Central Heating and Domestic Hot Water
control knobs become inactive.
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DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION
Factory
setting
ACTION
Menu - 6 - Thermo-regulation settings
once
Section
Digit 1
Digit 2
Digit 3 and 4
0: Heating setting can be
adjusted by the user
1: Variable heating setting
depending on the external
temperature
x times
Type of control
6
0
2: Variable heating setting
depending on the room
temperature (Clima Manager)*
3: Variable heating setting
depending on the external and
room temperatures (Clima
Manager)*
Compensation
6
1
If
or
00 to 20 in intervals of 1
Slope
6
2
Parallel shift
6
3
If
or
0.3
0.5
1.0
1.2
1.5
2.0
2.5
3.0
If
or
from - 20 to 20 in intervals of 1
Inactive
6
4
--
Inactive
6
5
0
Inactive
6
6
--
Inactive
6
7
--
Inactive
6
8
--
Inactive
6
9
--
* Available only with Clima Manager
N.B.
To ensure that these parameters are set correctly, consult the "thermo-regulation help" document enclosed with the
documentation folder.
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17. Adjustements and Setting (continued)
CH anti cycling delay setting :
If you would like to change the setting of CH anti cycling delay, if you want 3 mn ,please proceed as follow :
(note : the factory setting is 2 mn 30 seconds and the following explanation refer to menu 4 section 8)
Display
1
Switch to installer mode, press button
and
1
5”
for 5 seconds, the
display shows :10=0 if there is no
default in the default register.
2
Press 3 times on menu button
to
2
gain access to menu 4, the display
x3
shows : 40=0 or 40=1
or
3
Change for section 8 (CH anti cycling
delay), press on button
3
side
x8
times , the display shows :48=2.5
(factory setting 2 mn 30 s)
4 = menu 4
8 = section 8
2.5 = 2,5 mn (2 mn 30 secondes)
4
Press on setting button
one time,
the 3rd and 4th digits flash together,
Then press on
to change the CH
anti cycling delay, the display shows :
48=3.0 press on setting button
to confirm the value. The display
stops flashing.
Setting procedure is finished.
To exit from setting mode, leave the
boiler for approx. 1 minute then the
computer will switch back to user
mode.
After programming please close the
door P (fig. 48)
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4
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
A
To ensure efficient safe operation, it is recommended that the
boiler is serviced annually by a competent person, refer to
Section 20 (page 53) for the Servicing Schedule.
Before starting any servicing work, ensure both the gas and
electrical supplies to the boiler are isolated and the boiler is
cool.
Before and after servicing, a combustion analysis should be
made via the flue sampling point.
After servicing, preliminary electrical system checks must be
carried out to ensure electrical safety (i.e. polarity, earth
continuity, resistance to earth and short circuit).
IMPORTANT!
AFTER AN ANNUAL SERVICE, THE SERVICE INTERVAL RECORD (SECTION
25, PAGE 60) MUST BE COMPLETED.
Fig. 45
18. Replacement of parts
The life of individual components vary and they will need
servicing or replacing as and when faults develop.
The fault finding sequence chart in Section 19 will help to locate
which component is the cause of any malfunction, and
instructions for removal, inspection and replacement of the
individual parts are given in the following pages.
Fig. 46
18.1 To Gain General Access
All testing and maintenance operations on the boiler require the
control panel to be lowered. This will also require the removal of
the casing.
18.1.1 Removing the front panel :
1. Remove the security screw and unlock the two case
locking catches A (see Figs. 45 & 46);
2. Remove the front panel from the rest of the casing (see
Fig. 47).
18.1.2 Lowering the control panel :
Fig. 47
1. Remove the front panel;
2. Unlock the two clamps locking and pivot the electrical
box downward (see Fig. 48).
Fig. 48
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18.2 Access to the Combustion Chamber
18.2.1 Removing the air gas assembly
1. Isolate the gas supply to the boiler;
2. Carry out step 18.1.1;
3. Remove the silencer (Fig. 49);
4. Disconnect the detection electrode
cable (Fig. 50);
5. Remove the earth cable from the
ignition electrode (Fig. 51), and
remove the ignition electrode cable
from the ignitor (Fig. 52)
Fig. 51
Fig. 50
Fig. 49
6. Unplug the gas valve and fan connectors (Figs. 53 and 54);
Fig. 52
Fig. 54
Fig. 53
7. Unscrew the 4 nuts D on the
combustion chamber (Fig. 55);
9. Remove the air gas assembly and
combustion chamber front (Fig. 57);
10. Reassemble in reverse order.
8. Unscrew the gas valve nut E
(Fig. 56);
E
D
Fig. 55
Fig. 56
Fig. 57
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18.2.2 Removing the burner
Do not remove the burner unless absoluly necessary.
1. Carry out step 18.1.1 and 18.2.1
(without removing the 4 nuts D);
2. Remove the 3 screws F from the
air/gas manifold (Fig. 58);
3. Slide the burner out from the front,
taking care not to damage the
insulation (Fig. 59a 24 kW & 59b
30 kW);
4. Reassemble in reverse order and
checking all seals are undamaged
and the burner is positioned
correctly (Fig. 60).
If necessary, replace the insulation
too.
D
Fig. 59a
F
Fig. 59b
Fig. 58
Fig. 60
18.2.3 Removing the detection electrode
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Disconnect the detection electrode
cable (Fig. 61);
3.Remove the 2 screws G from the
electrode manifold (Fig. 62);
4. Pull the electrode from the
combustion chamber (Fig. 63);
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
G
Fig. 62
Fig. 61
Fig. 63
18.2.4 Removing the ignition electrode
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Remove the earth cable from the
electrode (Fig. 64);
3. Remove the electrode cable H from
the ignitor (Fig. 65);
4. Unscrew the 2 screws I on the
electrode (Fig. 66);
H
I
Fig. 64
Fig. 65
Fig. 66
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18.2.5 Removing the fan
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Remove the air gas manifiold as in
step 18.2.1 (Fig. 67);
3. Unscrew the two screws from the
venturi J and remove with the gas
valve (Fig. 68);
4. Unscrew the three screws K on the
air/gas pipe and remove (Fig. 69);
5. Reassemble in reverse order.
K
J
Fig. 67
Fig. 68
Fig. 69
18.2.6 Removing the gas valve
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Remove the air gas manifiold as in
18.2.1 (Fig. 70);
3. Unscrew the three screws L on the
air/gas pipe and remove (Fig. 71);
4. Unscrew the three screws holding
the gas valve on the venturi (Fig.
72);
L
Fig. 70
5. Remove the gas valve from the
venturi. (Fig. 73);
6. Reassemble in reverse order;
7. The gas valve settings will need to
be adjusted (see Section 14.3 page
28);
8. Reinstate the gas supply and test for
tightness on reassembly.
Fig. 73
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Fig. 71
Fig. 72
18.2.7 Removing the heat exchanger
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Remove the air gas manifiold as in
18.2.1 (Fig. 74);
3. Remove the flow pipe clip and
unscrew the pump nut (Fig. 75a &
75b);
4. Remove the flow and return pipes
and the condense drain pipe from
the heat exchanger. (Fig. 75c);
Fig. 75a
Fig. 74
Fig. 75b
5. Remove the two bolts securing the
exchanger (Fig. 76);
6. Remove the screw M2; then rotate
clockwise the bearing frame (Fig. 77);
Fig. 75c
7. Remove the heat exchanger by
slightly rotating. (Fig. 78);
8. Reassemble in reverse order.
M2
M1
Fig. 76
Fig. 77
Fig. 78
18.2.8 Removing the spark generator
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Disconnect the ignition electrode,
live, neutral and earth cables from
the ignitor (Fig. 79);
3. Remove the screw N from the ignitor
and remove (Fig. 80);
4. Reassemble in reverse order.
N
Fig. 79
Fig. 80
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18.3 Access to the Water Circuit
Important! Before any component is removed, the boiler must be drained of all water.
18.3.1 Drain down
Close the flow and return isolating valve and open the pressure relief valve.
18.3.2 Removing the 3 way valve
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Carry out step 1.2.1 and 1.2.3;
Remove the clip “Q1” from the by-pass tube (see fig. 87);
Remove the clip “Q2” and “Q3” from the heating return and the pump (see fig. 88 & 89);
Remove the two T25 screws “P1” (see fig. 87);
Remove the 3 way valve body pulling it toward you (see fig. 90);
Reassemble in reverse order;
P1
Q2
Q1
Fig. 87
Fig. 88
Q3
Fig. 90
Fig. 86
Fig. 89
18.3.3 Removing the 3 way valve shutter
1. Carry out step 1.2.1 and 1.2.3;
2. Unscrew the two CHC screws
“R”(see fig. 91);
3. Remove the 3 way valve shutter
pulling it up (see fig. 92)
R
fig. 91
fig. 92
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4. Reassemble in reverse order;
18.3.5 Removing the pump
1. Carry out step 18.1.1;
2. Lower the electrical box cover as in step 18.1.2;
3. Remove the PCB cover;
4. Remove the pump plug from the control board and
earth plug from earth socket (see Fig. 93);
4. Unscrew the pump nut (see Fig. 94);
Fig. 93
5. Remove the clip S2 on the pump volute (see Fig. 95);
Fig. 94
6. Pull the pump toward you and remove the clip S3
securing the pressure gauge (see Fig. 96);
7. Reassemble in reverse order.
S2
S3
Fig. 96
Fig. 95
18.3.6 Removing the pressure relief valve
1. Carry out step 18.1.1 and 18.3.1;
2. Remove the clip securing the valve (see Fig. 97) and
pull it toward you;
3. Reassemble in reverse order; take care to ensure
the valve is in the correct position;
Fig. 97
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18.3.7 Removing the expansion vessel
1. Carry out step 18.3.1;
2. Isolate the gas supply and disconnect all
pipe connections;
3. Remove the boiler from the wall
4. Unscrew the nut U (see Fig. 98);
5. Pull the expansion vessel to remove it (see Fig. 99);
6. Reassemble in reverse order.
U
Fig. 98
18.3.8 Removing the overheat thermostat
18.3.9 Removing the temperature sensors (N.T.C’s)
1. Remove the casing as in step 18.1.1;
2. Pull off the thermostat connections. Then
remove the thermostat from the pipe by
releasing it’s securing clip (see Fig. 100).
1. Remove the casing as in step 18.1.1;
2. Pull off the NTC connections. Then
remove the NTC from the pipe by
releasing it’s securing clip (see Fig. 101).
Fig. 100
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Fig. 99
Fig. 101
18.3.10 Removing the pressure gauge
18.3.11 Removing the water pressure switch
1. Carry out step 18.4.6;
2. Remove the pressure gauge by releasing the two clips
V and pulling the pressure gauge out. (see Fig. 102)
1. Remove the casing as in step 18.1.1;
2. Pull off the connections. Then remove the pressure
switch by releasing it’s securing clip (see Fig. 103).
V
Fig. 102
Fig. 103
18.3.12 Removing & cleaning the condensate trap
1. Unscrew the cap of the condensate trap (see Fig. 104)
2. Empty the condensate products and rinse the
condensate trap with clean water (see Fig. 105)
3. Reassemble in reverse order and fill the condensate
trap with 1/2 litre of water before restarting the boiler.
Fig. 105
Fig. 104
18.4
Access to the Control System
18.4.1 Removing the P.C.B.s
1. Carry out steps 18.1.1 and 18.1.2;
2. Remove the screw W1 from the electrical box (see
Fig. 106);
3. Release the three clips W2 and remove the
electrical box cover (see Fig. 107);
W1
W2
Fig. 106
Fig. 107
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4. Remove the two screws W3 from the front control
panel and lower the front control panel (see Fig.
108);
5. Remove all electrical connections from the display
PCB (see Fig. 109;
W3
Fig. 108
6. To remove the display PCB, remove the two
screw W3 and lift the PCB out (see Fig. 110);
7. Reassemble in reverse order;
Fig. 109
8. To remove the main PCB disconnect all electrical
connections and remove the two screws W5 (see
Fig. 111);
Do not forget to swap the EEPROM button when
removing the old PCB in order to replace it on the
new one.
9. Reassemble in reverse order.
W4
W5
Fig. 110
Fig. 111
18.4.2 Removing the fuses
18.5 Connecting the external sensor
1. Carry out step 18.4.1;
2. Remove the fuses “X” (see Fig. 112)
3. Reassemble in reverse order.
1. Reach to the main PCB as in step 18.4.1;
2. Install the interface module supplied in the kit
on the main PCB (see Fig. 113)
3. Connect the wires between the external
sensor and the interface (see Fig. 113).
NOTE: FUSE RATING = 2AMP FAST FUSE
X
Fig. 112
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Fig. 113
19. Incorrect function
In case of problem, or when the boiler has displayed an error code, the display flashes 2 digits. Please refer to the table below
to diagnose the fault.
For faults 01 and 03, A appears on the display, the boiler is locked and the reset button illuminates (28). To reset the boiler
press the reset button 29.
29
Overheating lock out
FAULT
Fig. 114
Code
Fault description
A 01
Overheating lock out / Heat exchanger thermo fuse
A 03
No flame after safety timer
A 18
3 "flames in progress" disappearances in 1 operating cycle
A 37
CPU fault
A 39
MCU fault 1
A 40
MCU fault 2
A 41
Fan error
E 02
Pump protect (display after 40s.)
E 04
No flame detection
E 05
Anti freezing system, pump on
E 06
Anti freezing system, pump and burner on
E 07
No water circulation in primary circuit
E 08
No water in the primary circuit
E 09
DHW sensor open circuit
E 10
DHW sensor short circuit
E 11
Flow sensor open circuit
E 12
Flow sensor short circuit
E 13
Return sensor open circuit
E 14
Return sensor short circuit
E 15
Outdoor sensor open circuit (if fitted)
E 16
Outdoor sensor short circuit (if fitted)
E 18
Flame lift
E 20
Flame detect with gas valve off
E 29
Communication problem with offset unit
E 30
Communication problem with offset unit
E 33
Floor heating thermostat open circuit (if fitted) (ROOM THERMOSTAT FLOOR)
E 37
Communication problem with the main PCB
E 38
Reset button pressed 5 times in 15 minutes
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20. Gas conversion
If the boiler is not set for the gas type, converson kits are available. To convert the boiler, please use exclusively MTS parts and
proceed as it is mentioned in the instruction manual provided with the conversion kit.
21. Incorrect function
Fault
Cause
The boiler doesn’t start
No gas, no water or no Control gas, water and electrical
electricity
supply, fuses…
Red indicator alight
Noises in CH system
Solution
Air in the gas pipe
Purge the air from the gas pipe
Room thermostat switched off
Turn the room thermostat up
Overheat lockout (A01)
No flame after safety time (A03)
No flame detected (E04)
Flame lift (E18)
Wait for a few minutes
Press the reset button 29 (Fig. 114) the red led goes out
and the boiler attempts to re-light.
If the red indicator lights too frequently, please call your
local service centre.
Air presence in CH system or. Purge the system of air (Section 14.2, page 28) and
Insufficient pressure
increase the system pressure (Section 2, page 6)
Radiators rise in temperature
Gravity effect in the CH system
During summer season
Close the heating flow isolating valve (41 Fig. 2, page 5).
Don’t forget to open it again before starting the heating.
If after A01 fault and with cold
Overheat lockout (A01)
boiler, The boiler doesn’t start
Check the thermo fuse on the right top on the heat
exchanger. With an open thermo fuse, a replacement of
all the heat exchanger is required.
If these solutions do not cure the fault, call a qualified professional
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22. Maintenance Instructions
22.1 General remarks
22.2 Cleaning the primary exchanger
It is recommended that the following inspections be carried
out on the boiler at least once a year;
Cleaning the exhaust side
1. Check the seals in the water group, and if necessary,
replace the gasket and restore the seal to perfect working
order;
Remove the air gas assembly (Section 18.2.1). Check that
the exhaust passages are free, if there are deposits present,
clean the exchanger with compressed air or wash with water
or a vinegar based detergent.
2. Check the seals in the gas group, and if necessary
replace the gaskets and restore the seal to perfect
working order;
Cleaning the water side
3. Visually check the overall condition of the boiler;
4. Visually check the combustion, and if necessary,
disassemble and clean the burner;
5. Following inspection 3, disassemble and clean the
combustion chamber as necessary;
6. Following inspection 4, disassemble and clean the
injector, if necessary;
7. Clean the primary heat exchanger. (see Section 22.2);
8. Check and adjust the CO2 emissions as necessary (see
Section 14.3);
9. Check the correct operation of the heating safety devices:
- Overheat thermostat
Use detergents that dissolve CaCO3. Leave to act for a
short time and then rinse.
22.3 Operational test
Make sure that the detergent does not remain inside the
exchanger.
Unscrew the lower part of the condensate trap and clean it.
Fill it with water and replace.
After carrying out the maitenance operation, fill the heating
circuit to a pressure of approximately 1.5 bar and release the
air from the system. Also fill the domestic hot water system.
-
10. Check the correct operation of the flow switches;
11. Check the correct operation of the low pressure switch;
12. Check the diverter valve movement;
13. Check the correct operation of the gas group safety
devices:
- absence of gas or flame safety device (ionisation);
-
Place the boiler in operation.
If necessary, release the air again from the heating
system.
Check the settings, seals and the correct functioning of
the system for expelling the products of combustion and
drawing combustion air.
Check the settings and correct operation of all the
control, regulation and monitoring components.
Check that the burner ignites properly and carry out a
visual check of the burner flame.
Check that the 3 bar safety valve is operating correctly.
Check the operation of the time control and room
thermostat (if fitted).
NOTE: THESE CHECKS ARE NOT EXHAUSTIVE
14. Check that the electrical connections are correct (as
described in Section 13);
15. Check the efficiency of the production of domestic hot
water (test the flow rate and temperature rise);
16. Carry out a general inspection of the boiler;
17. Check the flue and termination point;
18. Remove any oxide from the detection electrode by using
an emery cloth.
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23. Short spares list
103
539
101
543
615
110
112
624
502
111
506
616
554
531
649
401
532
537
538
407
Key N
Description
Manf. Pt. N
Type
Other
SY
ST
EM
A
24 30
FF FF
0100
0101
BURNER ASSEMBLY
BURNER 24KW
BURNER 30KW
0103
0110
0111
0112
SOUPAPE
0400
0401
GAS SECTION
IGNITION ELECTRODE
IONIZATION ELECTRODE
GASKET D:85-66.5-2.5
GAS VALVE
GAS VALVE
0407
FAN ASSY
0500
0502
0506
0531
0532
0537
0538
HYDRAULIC BLOCK
MOTOR - THREE-WAY VALVE
VALVE KIT
AIR SEPARATOR HEAD ASSEMBLY
GASKET KIT
PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE
PUMP + AIR SEPARATOR 15/50
PUMP + AIR SEPARATOR 15/60
58
0539
0543
0554
OVERHEAT THERMOSTAT 100°C
0600
0615
0616
0624
0649
ELECTRICAL BOX
STOPPED WATER THROTTLE
PRESSURE SENSOR 0.8b
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD
PRESSURE GAUGE
60000292
60000293
60000295
61317432
60000312
61314753
61307584
61310129
61314434
61302483
61311597
61304608
61304618
61312668
61301964
61303461
61010572
61311745
61310364
60000284
60000176
61314958
61313561
NAT
NAT
277783
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..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
Manf. date
from
to
24. Technical data
Model
24 kW
30 kW
1312-BP-4083
1312-BP-4084
****
****
NoX class
5
5
Category
II2H3P
II2H3P
CE certificate
Performance category
Heating output
80°C/60°C
kW
5 to 21
6 to 27
Heating output
50°C/30°C
kW
6 to 23
7 to 29
Variable cylinder heating power
PN max
kW
25,1
30,2
Nominal gas flow rate (15°C-1013 mbar)
min
Central Heating and cylinder heating (gas flow rate)
Qn
G20 (NG H - Lacq) 34,02 MJ/m3 under 20 mbar
G31 (propane)
46,4 MJ/kg under 37 mbar
max
min
max
kW
5,5
22
25
6,5
28
30
Vr
m3/h
0,58
2,33
2,65
0,69
2,96
3,17
Vr
kg/h
0,43
1,71
1,94
0,50
2,17
2,33
Membrane Diameter (mm)/marking
G20
mm
without
without
G31 propane
mm
4,4
4,6
Adjustable heating outlet temperature
°C
25 to 85
25 to 85
Central heating minimum flow rate
l/h
300
300
bar
3
3
L
6
8
0,7
0,7
Central heating circuit maximum pressure
Central heating expansion vessel capacity
Expansion vessel inflation pressure
Pw max
bar
Electric voltage
Electrical input power
230 volt, single phase-50 Hz 230 volt, single phase-50 Hz
W
150
150
Electrical protection
IP 44
IP 44
Mass flow rate for combustion products
11,5
13,5
Fume temperature (60-80)
°C
67
67
Fume temperature (30-50)
°C
60
60
CO2 G20
%
9
9
CO2 G31
%
10
10
C13 C33 C43 C53 B23
C13 C33 C43 C53 B23
Flue duct type
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60
25. Benchmark Commissioning Checklist
BENCHMARK No.
GAS BOILER COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
BOILER SERIAL No.
NOTIFICATION No.
CONTROLS To comply with the Building Regulation, each section must have a tick in one or other of the boxes
TIME & TEMPERATURE CONTROL TO HEATING
TIME & TEMPERATURE CONTROL TO HOT WATER
HEATING ZONE VALVES
ROOM T/STAT & PROGRAMMER/TIMER
PROGRAMMABLE ROOMSTAT
FITTED
NOT REQUIRED
CYLINDER T/STAT & PROGRAMMER/TIMER
HOT WATER ZONE VALVES
COMBI BOILER
FITTED
THERMOSTATIC RADIATOR VALVES
NOT REQUIRED
FITTED
AUTOMATIC BYPASS TO SYSTEM
FOR ALL BOILERS CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING
FITTED
NOT REQUIRED
THE SYSTEM HAS BEEN FLUSHED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BOILER MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS?
THE SYSTEM CLEANER USED
THE INHIBITOR USED
FOR THE CENTRAL HEATING MODE, MEASURE & RECORD
GAS RATE
m3/hr
BURNER OPERATING PRESSURE ( IF APPLICABLE)
ft3/hr
N/A
CENTRAL HEATING FLOW TEMPERATURE
mbar
°C
CENTRAL HEATING RETURN TEMPERATURE
°C
FOR COMBINATION BOILERS ONLY
HAS A WATER SCALE REDUCER BEEN FITTED?
YES
WHAT TYPE OF SCALE REDUCER HAS BEEN FITTED
FOR THE DOMESTIC HOT WATER MODE, MEASURE & RECORD
GAS RATE
m3/hr
MAXIMUM BURNER OPERATING PRESSURE (IF APPLICABLE)
N/A
COLD WATER INLET TEMPERATURE
HOT WATER OUTLET TEMPERATURE
mbar
°C
Its/min
FOR CONDENSING BOILERS ONLY CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING
THE CONDENSATE DRAIN HAS BEEN INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS?
YES
FOR ALL INSTALLATIONS CONFIRM THE FOLLOWING
THE HEATING AND HOT WATER SYSTEM COMPLIES
WITH CURRENT BUILDING REGULATIONS
THE APPLIANCE AND ASSOCIATED EQUIPMENT HAS BEEN INSTALLED AND COMMISSIONED
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURER’S INSTRUCTIONS
IF REQUIRED BY THE MANUFACTURER, HAVE YOU RECORDED A CO/CO2 RATIO READING?
THE OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE AND SYSTEM
CONTROLS HAVE BEEN DEMONSTRATED TO THE CUSTOMER
THE MANUFACTURER’S LITERATURE HAS BEEN LEFT WITH THE CUSTOMER
"
ft3/hr
°C
WATER FLOW RATE
COMMISSIONING ENG’S NAME
NO
PRINT
SIGN
N/A
CORGI ID N°.
DATE
YES
CO/CO2 RATIO
26. Service Interval Record
S E R V I C E I N T E R VA L R E C O R D
It is recommended that your heating system is serviced regularly
and that you complete the appropriate Service Interval Record Below.
Service Provider. Before completing the appropriate Service Interval Record below, please ensure you have carried out the service
as described in the boiler manufacturer’s instructions. Always use the manufacturer’s specified spare part when replacing all controls
SERVICE 1 DATE
SERVICE 2 DATE
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 3 DATE
SERVICE 4 DATE
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
SERVICE 5 DATE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
SERVICE 6 DATE
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
SERVICE 7 DATE
SERVICE 8 DATE
SIGNATURE
SIGNATURE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
SERVICE 9 DATE
SIGNATURE
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
SERVICE 10 DATE
SIGNATURE
"
ENGINEER NAME
COMPANY NAME
TEL No.
CORGI ID CARD SERIAL No.
COMMENTS
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
Please read these terms and conditions which are in
addition to any terms and conditions detailed in this book
or any registration card supplied with your appliance.
A charge will be made to the owner of the appliance if:
∑
∑
∑
∑
The reason for any service visit is as a direct result
of a failure to install the appliance in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions.
Your installer does not complete the necessary
commissioning process and procedure as detailed in
the Installation and Operating Instructions.
Your appliance is not serviced on or before the 12
month anniversary of installation - this only applies to
appliances with a 2 and 5 year guarantee.
Our service engineer calls as requested and the
failure is a non-manufacturing defect.
Failure to pay an invoice for any such occurence will be
assumed by MTS that you accept that your appliance
has not been installed correctly and understand that any
manufacturer’s guarantee has been withdrawn.
On the 12 month anniversary of the appliance
installation, you must have it serviced to continue any
guarantee offered into the following year. Failure to do
so will invalidate your guarantee and should an MTS
engineer be required to attend and no proof of service
documentation is made available, then MTS will charge.
As part of the commissioning process, it is a legal
requirement to register all boiler installations or
replacements with CORGI. Upon registration a
“Certification Number” will be issued followed by a
“Declaration of Safety” Certificate. MTS (GB) Ltd cannot
be called upon to carry out any work under the
manufacturer’s guarantee without proof of registration.
The registration number must be quoted when
requesting a service visit, and the “Declaration of Safety”
Certficate subsequently shown to the service engineer.
If the certificate is not made available, the engineer will
not work on the appliance and a wasted call charge will
be made.
If you have a problem with commissioning on installation, please contact our
Technical Department on 0870 241 8180
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Chaffoteaux & Maury are continuously improving their products and therefore reserve the right to change specifications without
prior notice and accepts no liability for any errors or omission in the information contained in this document.
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MTS (SA) - France
Commercial subsidiary: MTS (GB) Limited
MTS Building
Hughenden Avenue
High Wycombe
Bucks HP13 5FT
Telephone: (01494) 755600
Fax: (01494) 459775
internet: www.mtsgb.itd.uk
E-mail: info@mtsgroup.com
Technical Support Help Line: 0870 241 8180
Customer Service Help Desk: 0870 600 9888
420010029000 - 03/2006
Manufacturer: