R e n e w a b l e s

R e n e w a b l e s
Renewables
Tribune HE Unvented Hot Water Cylinders
Installation and Maintenance Instructions
IMPORTANT NOTE TO THE INSTALLER
Read these instructions before commencing installation. Unvented
cylinders are a controlled service as defined in the latest edition of the
building regulations and should only be fitted by a competent person.
The relevant regulations are: England and Wales – Building Regulation G3, Scotland – Technical
Standard P3, N Ireland – Building Regulation Part F
After installation the Benchmark Log Book must be completed and left,
with these instructions, with the householder for future reference.
Issue 16.1 April 2012
CONTENTS
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CONTENT
Introduction
Storage, Handling & Supply Requirements
Component Table
Siting the unit
General Installation
Discharge Arrangement
Technical Specifications: Slimline - Direct & Indirect
Technical Specifications: Direct & Indirect
Technical Specifications: Ecocyl Direct & Indirect
Technical Specifications: Solar - Direct & Indirect
Solar Coil Installation
Solar High Limit
S-Plan Wiring Schematics
Y-Plan Wiring Schematics
Pre-Plumbed Wiring Schematics
Pre-Plumbed Installation
Technical Specifications: Pre-Plumbed
Commissioning & Servicing
Fault Finding & User Instructions
Guarantee - Terms & Conditions
Technical Specification
Specification & Performance Commissioning Check Sheet
Service Record
INTRODUCTION
The TRIBUNE HE Unvented cylinder is made from Duplex Stainless Steel for excellent corrosion resistance. TRIBUNE HE has a
strong rust-proofed steel case and is highly insulated with environmentally friendly foam.
TRIBUNE HE is supplied complete with all the necessary safety and control devices needed to connect to the cold water mains.
All are pre-adjusted. High quality controls have been selected to combine high flow rate performance with minimum pressure
drop to make TRIBUNE HE perform well in all areas, even those with poor water pressure. TRIBUNE HE is KIWA approved to
show compliance with Building Regulations G3+L.
2
STORAGE PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
TRIBUNE HE should be stored in its original packaging in an upright position in an area free from excessive damp.
HANDLING PRODUCT
The TRIBUNE HE should be carried upright where possible. Assessements of risks for carrying the cylinder should be
conducted. Use more than 1 person for carrying where appropriate. Always follow latest guide lines for lifting techniques, to
avoid injury and damage to the product.
WATER SUPPLY
TRIBUNE HE operates at 3 bar (controlled by the inlet control set) and is capable of delivering over 50 litres per minute. The
high quality inlet control set has been designed to make the most of the flow rates available, however the performance of any
unvented system is only as good as the mains water supply. The maximum possible water demand should be assessed, taking
into consideration that both hot and cold services are supplied simultaneously from the mains.
The water supply should be checked to ensure it can meet these requirements. If necessary, consult the local water company
regarding the likely pressure and flow rate availability.
If measuring the water pressure, note that a high static (no flow) mains pressure is no guarantee of good flow availability. In a
domestic installation 1.5 bar and 25 l/min. should be regarded as the minimum. The maximum mains pressure that the inlet
control set can accept is 12 bar.
Consideration should be given to upgrading existing ½” (15mm) cold mains pipework to a larger size if the recommended
minimum pressure/flow rate is not being achieved.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY
The TRIBUNE HE requires 240 Volt electrical supply for the immersion elements. The electrical supply to each immersion
heater must be fused at 13A via a double pole isolating switch to BS 3456. The cable must be at least 2.5mm2 heat resistant
(85°C HOFR) sheathed flex complying to BS 6141:1981 Table 8.
UNPACKING THE UNIT
Tribune HE comes complete with the fittings required to complete the installation. Please see over for component content list.
High flow rate inlet
control set
Incoloy long life
3 kW immersion heater
Two port valve
Temperature and pressure
relief valve
Dual thermostat
Acetal tundish
15 x 22 mm
Expansion Vessel
• 60, 90, 120 & 150 ltr units
- 12 ltr vessel
• 180, 210 & 250 ltr units
- 18 ltr vessel
• 300 ltr units - 25 ltr vessel
High Limit thermostat
Installation &
Maintenance Instructions
3
COMPONENT CONTENT TABLE
Tundish
Temp & Pressure relief valve.
Inlet Control set
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Expansion vessel
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Immersion Heater (Indirect)
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Immersion Heater (Direct)
Two Port Valve
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Dual Thermostat
Single High Limit Stat
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Sensor pocket retaining bungs
•
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Direct Models (Electric)
Direct Solar Models (Electric + Coil)
Indirect Models (Single Coil)
Indirect Solar Models (Twin Coil)
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Solar indirect pre-plumbed
models - 2 zone heating
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Solar indirect pre-plumbed
models - 1 zone heating
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Indirect pre-plumbed
models - 2 zone heating
Robo-Kit
•
Indirect pre-plumbed
models - 1 zone heating
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Solar Indiect Models
•
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Solar Direct Models
•
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Ecocyl Indirect Models
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Ecocyl Direct Models
TP9000
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Indirect Models
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Direct Models
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Slimline Indirect Models
TP5000
Installation & Maintenance Instructions
Slimline Direct Models
(Electric)
SITING THE UNIT
TRIBUNE HE can supply outlets above it or at some distance from it. Site the unit to minimise “dead leg” distances, especially
to the point of most frequent use.
Outlets above the TRIBUNE HE will reduce the outlet pressure available by 0.1 bar for every 1m of height difference. The
unit should be protected from frost. Particular care is needed if siting in a garage or outbuilding. All exposed pipework should
be insulated. TRIBUNE HE must be installed VERTICALLY on a flat base capable of supporting the weight of the cylinder
when full. See technical specification section (page 24-25) for weights. The minimum recommended cupboard size is 650mm
square.
Access for maintenance of the valves should be considered. Consideration should be given to position of discharge pipes
(tundish), drain valves - shall be positioned away from electrical components.
The immersion heaters are 375mm long and care should be taken to ensure that they can be withdrawn for servicing if
required. The discharge pipework from the safety valves should fall continuously and terminate safely.
SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM
HOT OUTLET
SECONDARY RETURN CIRCUIT
( 210, 250 & 300 L SIZES )
TEMPERATURE
& PRESSURE
RELIEF VALVE
Inlet Control Set
EXPANSION
RELIEF
VALVE
TUNDISH
BRONZE
PUMP
NON
RETURN
VALVE
NON
RETURN
VALVE
2 PORT
VALVE
BOILER
FLOW
BOILER
RETURN
IMMERSION
HEATER
PRESSURE
REDUCING
VALVE
ISOLATING
VALVE
COLD
MAIN
BALANCED
COLD
CONNECTION
EXPANSION
VESSEL
WITH WALL
BRACKET
DUAL
STAT
COLD
INLET VIA
DRAIN
Notes:
The pressure reducing valve, non-return valve and
expansion relief valve are combined together in the
inlet control set.
On 60 – 180 litre sizes there is no dedicated
secondary return boss and the secondary return
circuit should be tee’d into the cold feed pipe just
above the drain elbow.
5
GENERAL INSTALLATION
COLD MAINS PIPEWORK
Run the cold main through the building to the place where the TRIBUNE HE is to be installed. Take
care not to run the cold pipe near hot water or heating pipework so that the heat pick-up is minimized.
Identify the cold water supply pipe and fit an isolating valve (not supplied). A 22mm BS1010 stopcock
can typically be used but a 22mm quarter turn full bore valve would be better as it does not restrict the
flow as much. Do not use “screwdriver slot” or similar valves. Make the connection to the cold feed of
the cylinder and incorporate a drain valve. Position the drain valve no higher than the cold inlet to ensure
sufficient draining of cylinder when required. Position the inlet control just ABOVE the Temperature &
Pressure Relief Valve (TPRV) mounted on the side of the cylinder. This ensures that the cylinder does
not have to be drained down in order to service the inlet control set. Ensure that the arrow points in the
direction of the water flow. Select a suitable position for the expansion vessel. Mount it to the wall using
the bracket attached to the vessel. Connect the expansion vessel to the cold feed pipework between
the inlet control set and the cold inlet on the cylinder. Ensure that the top of the vessel is accessible for
servicing.
CONNECTING TO THE CYLINDER
All of the pipework connections on the cylinder are 22mm compression and supplied
complete with gland nuts and olives, in the Accessory Kit box. Only connect 22mm
Table X copper tube to these connections.
Cut the tube with a pipe cutter and ensure no sharp edges or burrs protrude. Slide
both gland nut and olive onto the tube and push tube fully home into the connection,
ensuring the tube end fully bottoms on the connection recess. Smear the outer wall
of the olive with plumbing paste and tighten gland nut in the prescribed manner. Upon
filling/commissioning, ensure all connections are completely watertight. Note: No
control or isolation valve shoule be fited between the expansion relief valve and
the storage cylinder. The relief valve connections should not be used for any
other purpose.
(expansion vessel not to scale)
Cold
Mains In
Turn to
test
Expansion
Relief
Connection
BALANCED COLD CONNECTION
If there are to be showers, bidets or monobloc taps in the installation then a balanced
cold supply is necessary. There is a 22mm balanced connection on the inlet set.
HOT WATER PIPEWORK
Expansion
Relief to
Tundish
Outlet to Cylinder
Run the first part of the hot water distribution pipework in 22mm. This can be reduced
Balanced Cold
Connection
to 15mm and 10mm as appropriate for the type of tap etc. Your aim should be to
reduce the volume of the hot draw-off pipework to a practical minimum so that the
time taken for the hot water is as quick as possible. Where monobloc mixing taps and showers are used, these should be installed to
comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999. If these devices are supplied with un-balanced supplies there should
be single check valves installed at both inlets, to stop over pressurising of either supply.
PRIMARY COIL CONNECTIONS FOR INDIRECT UNITS
For Solar input models refer to pages 12-13 before making any connections.
Connect the primary connections (Indirect only) using the compression connections provided. The primary circuit must be positively
pumped. Gravity circulation is not suitable. Either primary connection may be used as the primary flow, reheat times are not
effected. The primary circuit can be open vented or sealed, with up to a maximum pressure of 3.5 bar. If you seal the primary circuit
an additional expansion vessel and safety valve is required. The boiler may be Gas, Electric or Oil but must be under effective
thermostatic control. Uncontrolled heat sources such as some AGA’s, back boilers, solid fuel stoves, etc. are NOT SUITABLE. Please
contact our Technical department for guidance. Connect the two port zone valve ( indirect only ) into the primary flow pipework. The
direction of flow arrow should be towards the primary flow connection.
SECONDARY CIRCULATION
TRIBUNE HE can be used with secondary circulation. An appropriate WRAS approved bronze circulator should be used in
conjunction with a non-return valve to prevent backflow. On large secondary circulation systems it may be necessary to incorporate
an extra expansion vessel into the circuit to accommodate the increased system water volume. Secondary circulation should be
avoided on Direct electrically heated units being used on off-peak electricity tariffs.
A secondary return boss is fitted as standard on 210, 250 & 300 ltr units. On smaller sizes, tee into the cold feed pipe above the drain.
IMMERSION HEATERS
Only immersion heaters with a thermal cut-out may be used. To help ensure this, the immersion heaters have a special 1¾” thread.
They are rated at 3kW at 240V and are of a low noise Incoloy construction. They have both a thermostat and a high limit cutout.
Please order the correct replacement via ourselves; fitting non-approved immersions may affect your guarantee. When fitting, ensure
the ‘O’ ring is positioned correctly on the head of the immersion heater and lubricate before fitting. Fit it by hand until almost home
then tighten gently as the ‘O’ rings will seal easily. The electrical supply to each immersion heater must be fused at 13A via a double
pole isolating switch to BS 3456. The cable must be 2.5mm 2 heat resistant (85°C HOFR) sheathed flex complying to BS 6141:1981
Table 8. Do not operate the immersion heater/s until the unit is full of water. Do not operate the immersion heater/s if any sterilisation
liquid is in the cylinder as this will cause premature failure.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Complete the wiring – use the appropriate wiring diagrams on page 13 - 15.
6
DISCHARGE ARRANGEMENT
Diagram of a typical discharge pipe arrangement (extract
from Building Regulation G3)
Note: The discharge will consist of
scalding water and steam. Asphalt,
roofing felt and non-metallic
rainwater goods may be damaged
by such discharges.
Note: D2 pipe from tundish is now
allowed to be installed in soil stacks
within premises. This activity is
not recommended by Kingspan as
discharge from T&P may continue
for long periods of time. It is the
installer’s responsibility to ensure
the discharge pipework can support
the discharge for prolonged periods.
If used follow guidance on
mechanical seal without water trap
given in G3 Building Regulations.
As discharge can be in excess of
90oC discharge into plastic pipework
is also not recommended.
Position the inlet control group so that the discharge from both safety valves can be joined together via a 15mm end feed
Tee (see diagram above). Connect the Tundish and route the discharge pipe. The discharge pipework must be routed in
accordance with Part G3 of schedule 1 of the Building Regulations. The information that follows is not exhaustive and if you
are in doubt you should seek advice. The two safety valves will only discharge water under fault conditions. When operating
normally water will not be discharged. The tundish should be vertical, located in the same space as the unvented hot water
storage system and be fitted as close as possible to, and lower than, the safety device, with no more than 600mm of pipe
between the valve outlet and the tundish. The tundish should be positioned away from electrical devices.
Any Discharge should be visible at the tundish. The tundish should be located such that any discharge is visible. In addition,
where discharges from safety devices may not be apparent, e.g. people with impaired vision or mobility, consideration should
be given to the installation of a suitable safety device to warn when discharge takes place, e.g. electronically operated.
The discharge pipe (D2) from the tundish should:
A) Have a vertical section of pipe at least 300mm long, below the tundish before any elbows or bends in the pipework.
B) Be installed with a continuous fall of at least 1 in 200 thereafter.
The discharge pipe (D2) from the tundish should be of metal or other material that have been demonstrated to be capable of
withstanding temperatures of the water discharged.
The discharge pipe (D2) should be at least one pipe size larger than the nominal
outlet size of the safety device unless its total equivalent hydraulic resistance
exceeds that of a straight pipe 9m long i.e. discharge pipes between 9m and
18m equivalent resistance length should be at least two sizes larger than the
nominal outlet size of the safety device, between 18 and 27m at least 3 sizes
larger, and so on. Bends must be taken into account in calculating the flow
resistance. Refer to diagram 1, Table 1 and the worked example. An alternative
approach for sizing discharge pipes would be to follow BS6700 Specification
for design installation, testing and maintenance of services supplying water for
domestic use within buildings and their curtilages.
The discharge pipe (D2) should terminate in a safe place where there is no risk
to persons in the vicinity of the discharge. Examples of acceptable discharge
arrangements are:
a. To a trapped gully with the end of the pipe below the fixed grating and above the water seal.
b. Downward discharges at a low level; i.e. up to 100mm above external surfaces such as car parks,
hard standings, grassed areas etc. are acceptable providing that where children play or otherwise
come into contact with discharges, a wire cage or similar guard is positioned to prevent contact whilst
maintaining visibility.
c. Discharges at a high level; e.g. in to metal hopper and metal down pipe with the end of the
discharge pipe clearly visible or onto a roof capable of withstanding high temperature discharges of
water and 3m from any plastic guttering systems that would collect such discharges.
d. Device to warn when discharge takes place.
WORKED EXAMPLE
The example below is for G1/2 temperature relief valve with
a discharge pipe (D2) having 4 No. elbows and length of 7m
from the tundish to the point of discharge.
From Table 1:
Maximum resistance allowed for a straight length of 22mm
copper discharge pipe (D2) from a G1/2 temperature relief
valve is: 9.0m. Subtract the resistance for 4 No. 22mm
elbows at 0.8m each = 3.2m. Therefore the maximum
permitted length equates to: 5.8m. 5.8m is less than the
actual length of 7m therefore calculate the next largest size.
Maximum resistance allowed for a straight length of 28mm
pipe (D2) from a G1/2 temperature relief valve equates to:
14m. As the actual length is 7m, a 28mm (D2) copper pipe
will be satisfactory.
Table1
Sizing of copper discharge pipe ‘D2’ for a temperature
relief valve with a G1/2 outlet size (as supplied).
Size of
discharge
pipework
Maximum length of
straight pipe
(no bends or
elbows)
Deduct the figure below
from the maximum length for
each bend or elbow in the
discharge pipe
22mm
Up to 9m
0.8m
28mm
Up to 18m
1m
35mm
Up to 27m
1.4m
7
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
F PTRV BOSS
1
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
2“
DRY STAT POCKET
D
A
B
C
G
F
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
F PTRV BOSS
1
2“
120.00
120.00
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
Tribune HE Slimline Direct
1
F PTRV BOSS
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
Technical Specifications
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
2“
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
D
A
B
C
G
F PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT POCKET
45.0
˚
45.0
˚
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
50.0˚
50.0˚
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
15.0˚
25.0˚
30.0˚
40.0
40.0
A
B
C
G
F
D
CODE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
A
B
C
D
G
TDS60
673
478
175
210
N/F
N/F
483
TDS90
1048
478
175
210
610
N/F
858
N/F
1046
N/F
1234
478
TDS150
1424
478
TDS180
1674
TDS210
1987
F PTRV BOSS
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
175
210
710
175
210
810
478
175
210
910
N/F
1484
478
175
210
1100
1500
1797
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
2“
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
D
A
B
C
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
G
F
1
2“
A
B
C
G
F PTRV BOSS
DRY STAT POCKET
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
120.00
1236
1
120.00
TDS120
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
˚
35.0
˚
120.00
120.00
˚
D
10.0˚
15.0˚
D
A
B
C
G
Tribune HE Slimline Indirect
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
F PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
DRY STAT POCKET
15.0˚
30.0˚
40.0
˚
CODE
D
B
C
˚
45.0
25.0˚
40.0
˚
35.0
˚
25.0˚
G
30.0˚
DIAMETER
A
B
C
D
F
G
673
478
340
380
440
395
N/F
483
TIS90
1048
478
340
380
440
395
N/F
858
TIS120
1236
478
340
380
440
395
N/F
1046
.0˚
10.0˚
15.0˚
HEIGHT
40
TIS60
8
15.0˚A
120.00
F
50.0˚
45.0
˚
50.0˚
50.0˚
45.0
˚
50.0˚ COLD FEED WITH
22mm
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
TIS150
1424
478
380
420
520
520
N/F
1234
TIS180
1674
478
380
420
520
610
N/F
1484
TIS210
1987
478
380
420
520
710
1500
1797
N/F = not fitted.
All Dimensions are in mm and are of the cased unit.
40.0
˚
10.0˚
15.0˚
˚
35.0
Technical Specifications
Tribune HE Direct
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
1
2“
F PTRV BOSS
SECOND IMMERSION
HEATER (not always fitted.
See table)
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
30.0 0
F
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
CODE
ONDARY
t always fitted.
25.0 0
160mm
195mm
D
45.0 0
F PTRV BOSS
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
D
F
TD90
718
550
N/F
N/F
TD120
906
550
N/F
510
1
2“
TD150
1093
SECOND IMMERSION550
HEATER
N/F
610
TD180
1281
550
N/F
710
(not always fitted. See table)
TD210
1469
550
1000
810
TD250
POCKET
1719
550
1250
950
TD300
2032
550
22mm COLD FEED WITH
1500
1100
DRY STAT
15.0 0
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
C
B
A
Tribune HE Indirect
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
F PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT
POCKET
45.0 0
50.0 0
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
10.0 0
F
E
D
C
B
25.0 0
A
40.0 0
CODE
15.0 0
35.0 0
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
A
B
C
D
E
F
TI90
718
550
290
330
390
345
N/F
N/F
TI120
906
550
290
330
390
345
N/F
N/F
TI150
1093
550
330
370
465
385
N/F
N/F
TI180
1281
550
330
370
465
385
N/F
N/F
TI210
1469
550
365
405
465
465
N/F
1150
TI250
1719
550
365
405
465
560
950
50.0
1400
TI300
2032
550
365
405
465
660
1100
1600
All Dimensions are in mm and are of the cased unit.
N/F = not fitted.
45.0 0
0
10.0 0
25.0 0
40.0 0
15.0 0
35.0 0
9
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT POCKET
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
D
Tribune HE ECOCYL Direct
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
A
B
C
G
F
120.00
Technical Specifications
120.00
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
D
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
F PTRV BOSS
1
2“
A
B
C
G
F PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT POCKET
45.0
˚
45.
0˚
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
50.0˚
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
50.0˚
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
15.0˚
25.0˚
30.0˚
40.0
40.0
D
A
B
C
CODE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
TDS60ECO
718
550
TDS90ECO
1093
550
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
F PTRV BOSS
˚
G
F
D
A
B
C
D
G
175
210
N/F
N/F
483
175
210
610
N/F
175
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
120.00
120.00
˚
1281
550
210
710
N/F
1046
1469
550
175
210
810
N/F
1234
TDS180ECO
1719
550
175
210
910
N/F
1484
TDS210ECO
2032
550
175
210
1110
1500
1797
120.00
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
D
A
B
C
G
F
DRY STAT POCKET
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
120.00
SECOND IMMERSION HEATER
(not always fitted. See table)
D
A
B
C
G
858
TDS120ECO
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
B
˚
35.0
F PTRV BOSS
TDS150ECO
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
A
10.0˚
15.0˚
C
G
Tribune HE ECOCYL Indirect
22mm HOT
DRAW - OFF
1
2“
F PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
DRY STAT POCKET
22mm COLD FEED WITH
DIP PIPE TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
45.0
15.0˚
30.0˚
˚
D
A
B
15.0˚
CODE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
C
10.0˚
15.0˚
˚
35.0
˚
120.00
F
25.0˚
40.0
40.0
10
50.0˚
˚
50.0˚
45.
0˚
50.0˚
45.0
˚
50.0˚
10.0˚
G
25.0˚
30.0˚
A
B
C
D
F
G
TIS60ECO 40 742
.0˚
TIS90ECO
1117
550
340
380
440
395
N/F
483
550
340
380
440
395
N/F
858
TIS120ECO
1305
550
340
380
440
395
N/F
1046
TIS150ECO
1493
550
380
420
520
520
N/F
1234
TIS180ECO
1743
550
380
420
520
610
N/F
1484
TIS210ECO
2056
550
380
420
520
710
1500
1797
All Dimensions are in mm and are of the cased unit.
N/F = not fitted.
40.0
˚
15.0˚
˚
35.0
Technical Specifications
Tribune HE Solar Direct
22mm HOT DRAW-OFF
1 “
2 F
PTRV BOSS
22mm SECONDARY
RETURN (not always fitted.
See table)
DRY STAT
POCKET
22mm COLD FEED
WITH DIP PIPE
TO DEFLECTOR
IN BOTTOM
OF CYLINDER
25.00
15.00
35.00
F E D C B A
45.00
40.00
G
22mm HOT DRAW-OFF
½” F PTRV BOSS
DRY STAT
POCKET
CODE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
TSS150
1093
550
290
345
390
610
N/F
892
390
TSS180
1281
550
290
345
445
710
N/F
1080
390
TSS210
1469
550
365
420
500
810
1150
1268
465
TSS250
1719
550
365
420
670
1045
1400
1519
465
TSS300
2032
550
365
420
670
1100
1600
1831
465
Tribune HE Solar Indirect
F
E
D
C
B
22mm SECONDARY RETURN
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT
POCKET
22mm COLD
FEED WITH DIP PIPE
TO DEFLECTOR IN
BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
A
G
H
22mm HOT DRAW-OFF
½” F PTRV BOSS
DRY STAT
POCKET
22mm SECONDARY RETURN
(not always fitted. See table)
DRY STAT
POCKET
45.0 0
50.0 0
22mm COLD
FEED WITH DIP PIPE
TO DEFLECTOR IN
BOTTOM OF CYLINDER
40.0 0
F
E
D
C
B
A
G
CODE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
TT150
1093
TT180
1281
TT210
TT250
TT300
35.0 0
15.0 0
45.0 0
H
A
B
C
D
E
F
550
290
345
642
697
N/F
550
290
345
674
729
N/F
1469
550
365
420
779
834
1719
550
365
420
950
1005
2032
550
365
420
979
1034
G
H
892
390
693
1080
390
725
1150
1268
465
830
1400
1518
465
1000
1600
1832
465
1030
45.0 0
50.0 0
All dimensions are in mm and are of the cased unit.
N/F = Not Fitted
25.0 0
40.0 0
25.0 0
35.0 0
15.0 0
45.0 0
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TRIBUNE HE SOLAR UNVENTED
DIRECT SINGLE COIL CYLINDER
Detail for the installation of a Solar Unvented Direct cylinder.
General
When installing this product it is essential the overall installation meets all current legislation including, in particular, the high
limit isolation requirements of Building Regulation G3. This document is designed to assist in achieving that aim.
Water
The potable water connection and tundish discharge connection are to be connected in exactly the manner described in Pages
6 to 7 of this manual.
Immersion Heaters
The standard issue immersion heaters are designed for domestic usage where the lower heater is connected to a low rate off-peak
tariff and the upper heater used for occasional top-up purposes. Heaters of this nature are not designed to be permanently
live. Connect in accordance with instructions on page 6.
Solar Connections
The flow and return from the solar heat source are to be connected to the indirect coil. Either primary coil connection may
be utilised as the flow or return. The solar primary circuit must have its own dedicated circulating pump, thermal and safety
controls which must be installed as per the solar manufacturers instructions. The solar control system used must be of the
solar differential control type and should be connected to the solar sensor.
The solar sensor, supplied as part of the solar controls should be inserts into Pocket B and is held in-situ with the black sensor
pocket retaining bung provided.
It is necessary to connect the solar pump via the over-temperature high limit cut-out (provided) to ensure the heat input to the
solar coil is interupted if the cylinder over heats. Some method to prevent thermosyphoning must also be employed. Nonreturn check valves in the primary flow and return pipework would be acceptable.
If solar controls do not offer appropriate isolation a 2 port zone valve (not supplied) can be used with the pump and high limit
stat as shown on page 13.
TRIBUNE HE SOLAR UNVENTED
INDIRECT TWIN COIL CYLINDER
UPPER COIL
The upper coil is connected to the fossil fuel boiler as per the instructions for the TRIBUNE HE Unvented Indirect single
coil model with the dual stat control and high limit thermostat inserted into pocket D (lower diagram page 11). The wiring
requirements are as depicted on page 14.
LOWER COIL: SOLAR INSTALLATION
The flow and return from the solar heat source are to be connected to the indirect coil. Either primary coil connection may
be utilised as the flow or return. The solar primary circuit must have its own dedicated circulating pump, thermal and safety
controls which must be installed as per the solar manufacturers instructions. The solar control system used must be of the
solar differential control type and should be connected to the solar sensor.
The solar sensor, supplied as part of the solar controls should be inserts into Pocket B and is held in-situ with the black sensor
pocket retaining bung provided.
It is necessary to connect the solar pump via the over-temperature high limit cut-out (provided) to ensure the heat input to the
solar coil is interrupted if the cylinder overheats. Some method to prevent thermosyphoning must also be employed. Nonreturn check valves in the primary flow and return pipework would be acceptable. If solar controls do not offer appropriate
isolation a 2 port zone valve (not supplied) can be used with the pump and high limit stat as shown on page 13.
NOTE: If it is intended to fit a cylinder with a solar coil to be used at a later date, the 2 coils should be connected in series to
make use of the solar coil.
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TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS.
SOLAR HIGH LIMIT CONTROL
These schematic wiring diagrams depict an IMIT high limit control stat and the connections are numbered accordingly. Where
an alternative is supplied connect as per manufacturer’s instructions.
HIGH LIMIT CONTROL
Maints supply
double pole
fused spur
230/220 3amp
E
C
1
2
E
N
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
B
L
B
R
G
O
G
Y
ZONE VALVE
HIGH LIMIT CONTROL
Maints supply
double pole
fused spur
230/220 3amp
E
C
1
2
E
N
L
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9 10
3
B
L
G
B
R
O
ZONE VALVE
G
Y
E
L PUMP
N
2
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TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS
The diagrams shown relate to the components listed. Other components and other manufacturers’ components may vary in
their wiring requirements, particularly thermostats. Always refer to manufacturers’ instructions which may override the detail in
order to function correctly.
VARIANT DUAL THERMOSTAT WIRING
2
N
3
2
10
10
9
9
1
BOILER
4
1
2
3
L PUMP
3
O
Bl
G
Br
1
8
6
7
7
8
2
4
E
N
L
N
L
3
2
1
3
2
ROOM STAT
4
3
2
1
5A SUPPLY
2
1
WIRING CENTRE
3
BI
G
O
G
Y
2
C
1
PROGRAMMER
5
6
5
4
4
5
6
C
2
DUAL STAT
2 PORT (HTG)
Br
14
WIRING DIAGRAM 2 PORT ZONE VALVE (S-PLAN)
VARIANT DUAL THERMOSTAT WIRING
2 PORT (DHW)
G
Y
WIRING DIAGRAM 2 x TWO PORT ZONE VALVES (S-PLAN)
BI
2
G
7
O
Y
3
G
2
3
ROOM STAT
1
5A SUPPLY
WIRING CENTRE
W
3 PORT (HTG)
4
2
2
N
1
L
L
2
1
C
E
4
4
4
5
5
PROGRAMMER
N
3
3
2
5
6
6
C
DUAL STAT
6
7
7
8
8
2
9
9
1
1
3
BOILER
2
10
10
Br
4
1
G
3
O
2
N
Y
3
G
L PUMP
2
Bl
2 PORT (DHW)
WIRING DIAGRAM 3 PORT MID POSITION (Y-PLAN) + 2 PORT VALVE
VARIANT DUAL THERMOSTAT WIRING
TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS
WIRING DIAGRAM THREE PORT MID POSITION VALVE (Y-PLAN) + TWO PORT VALVE
VARIANT DUAL THERMOSTAT WIRING
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Connect power supply as per instruction manual. TP9000 terminals 5 & 6 can be used for remote sensor connection.
TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS.
FOR PRE-PLUMBED CYLINDER - SINGLE
ZONE HEATING
16
Connect power supply as per instruction manual. TP9000 terminals 5 & 6 can be used for remote sensor connection.
TYPICAL SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS.
FOR PRE-PLUMBED CYLINDER - TWIN ZONE
HEATING
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PRE-PLUMBED CYLINDER INSTALLATION
COLD MAINS PIPEWORK
Run the cold main through the building to the place where the TRIBUNE HE PRE-PLUMB unit is to be installed. Take care not to run
the cold pipe near hot water or heating pipework so that the heat pick-up is minimized. Identify the cold water supply pipe and fit an
isolating valve (not supplied). A 22mm BS1010 stopcock can typically be used but a 22mm quarter turn full bore valve would be better
as it does not restrict the flow as much. Do not use “screwdriver slot” or similar valves. Make the connection to the inlet control set
(Position 2). Ensure that the arrow points in the direction of the water flow. Select a suitable position for the expansion vessel. Mount
it to the wall using the bracket provided. Connect the expansion vessel to the cold feed pipework between the inlet control set and the
cold inlet. Ensure that the top of the vessel is accessible for servicing.
CONNECTING TO THE CYLINDER
All of the pipework connections on the cylinder are 22mm compression and supplied complete with gland nuts and olives, in the
Accessory Kit box. Only connect 22mm Table X copper tube to these connections. Cut the tube with a pipe cutter and ensure no
sharp edges or burrs protrude. Slide both gland nut and olive onto the tube and push tube fully home into the connection, ensuring
the tube end fully bottoms on the connection recess. Smear the outer wall of the olive with plumbing paste and tighten gland nut in the
prescribed manner. Upon filling/commissioning, ensure all connections are completely watertight.
BALANCED COLD CONNECTION
If there are to be showers, bidets or monobloc taps in the installation then a balanced cold supply is necessary. There is a 22mm
balanced connection on the inlet set.
HOT WATER PIPEWORK
Connect to HWDO (Position 1 on diagram). Run the first part of the hot water distribution pipework in 22mm. This can be reduced
to 15mm and 10mm as appropriate for the type of tap etc. Your aim should be to reduce the volume of the hot draw-off pipework to
a practical minimum so that the time taken for the hot water is as quick as possible. Where monobloc mixing taps and showers are
used, these should be installed to comply with the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations 1999. If these devices are supplied with
un-balanced supplies there should be single check valves installed at both inlets, to stop over pressurising of either supply.
CONNECTIONS FOR INDIRECT UNITS
Connect to the boiler flow and return (Positions 19 & 14) lines. An additional expansion vessel and safety valve is supplied. The boiler
may be Gas, Electric or Oil but must be under effective thermostatic control. Uncontrolled heat sources such as some AGA’s, back
boilers, solid fuel stoves, etc. are NOT SUITABLE. Please contact our Technical department for guidance. Connect to (Position 9 &
14) for the radiator circuits. Twin zone heating unit are supplied with 2 port zone valves in positions 9a and 9b.
CONNECTIONS FOR SOLAR COILS
Connect to the solar coil as detailed on page 12 ensure the solar pump is connected via the over temperature cut out as described on
page 12.
SECONDARY CIRCULATION
TRIBUNE HE can be used with secondary circulation. An appropriate WRAS approved bronze circulator should be used in
conjunction with a non-return valve to prevent backflow. On large secondary circulation systems it may be necessary to incorporate
an extra expansion vessel into the circuit to accommodate the increased system water volume. A secondary return boss is fitted as
standard on 210, 250 & 300 ltr units (Position 17). On smaller sizes, tee into the cold feed pipe above the drain.
IMMERSION HEATERS
Only immersion heaters with a thermal cutout may be used. To help ensure this, the immersion heaters have a special 1¾” thread.
They are rated at 3 kW at 240 V and are of a low noise Incoloy construction. They have both a thermostat and a high limit cutout.
Please order the correct replacement via ourselves; fitting non-approved immersions may affect your guarantee. When fitting, ensure
the ‘O’ ring is positioned correctly on the head of the immersion heater and lubricate before fitting. Fit it by hand until almost home
then tighten gently as the ‘O’ rings will seal easily. The electrical supply to each immersion heater must be fused at 13A via a double
pole isolating switch to BS 3456. The cable must be 2.5mm 2 heat resistant (85°C HOFR) sheathed flex complying to BS 6141:1981
Table 8. Do not operate the immersion heater/s until the unit is full of water. Do not operate the immersion heater/s if any sterilisation
liquid is in the cylinder as this will cause premature failure.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTIONS
Complete the wiring – use the appropriate wiring diagrams on pages 16 & 17.
COMMISSIONING
Carry out commissioning as per instructions on page 20 and in line with boiler manufacturer’s instructions for the heating and the
primary circuit. Primary pipework must be filled, bled and tested in accordance with the boiler manufacturer’s instructions, to avoid
damage to the circulation pump.
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Technical Specifications
INDIRECT PRE-PLUMBED
50.0˚
45.0˚
25.0˚
G
40.0
15.0˚
˚
J
I
H
G
F
E
D C
B
˚
35.0
˚
45.0
A
CODE
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
TI120P4
922
883
836
573
171
246
102
470
590
N/F
TI150P4
1109
1070
1023
760
211
286
140
508
628
N/F
TI180P4
1297
1258
1211
948
211
286
320
690
810
N/F
TI210P4
1485
1446
1399
1136
246
321
320
690
810
1150
TI250P4
1735
1696
1649
1386
246
321
320
690
810
1400
TI300P4
2048
2009
1962
1699
246
321
418
784
904
1600
For Twin Zone codes please replace P4 with PT4
SOLAR INDIRECT PRE-PLUMBED
50.0˚
45.0˚
18
25.0˚
40.0
˚
J
I
CODE
H
F
E
A
G
B
15.0˚
˚
35.0
˚
45.0
D C B A
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
TT180P4
1297
1258
1211
948
560
635
480
850
970
N/F
TT210P4
1485
1446
1399
1136
665
740
585
955
1075
1150
TT250P4
1735
1696
1649
1386
830
905
770
1130
1250
1400
TT300P4
2048
2009
1962
1699
859
934
799
1159
1279
1600
For Twin Zone codes please replace P4 with PT4
All Dimensions are in mm and are of the cased unit.
N/F = not fitted.
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COMMISSIONING
FLUSHING & FILLING
Check that the pressure in the expansion vessel is 3 bar (45PSI), i.e. the same as the setting of the pressure reducing valve.
The valve is of the car tyre (Schrader) type. Check all the connections for tightness including any factory made connections
such as the immersion heater and the temperature and pressure relief valve. Before filling, open the hot tap furthest away from
the TRIBUNE HE to let air out. Open the cold main isolation valve and allow the unit to fill. When water flows from the tap allow
it to run for a short while to flush through any dirt, swarf or flux residue. Close the tap and open every other hot tap in turn to
purge all remaining air.
DIRECT UNITS
After filling with water and after sterilisation liquid has been purged, switch on the power to the immersion heaters and allow
the unit to start to heat. The immersion heater is supplied preset at 55°C. Turning fully to + sets to approx 65°C. Allow unit to
heat up, adjust the thermostat so that the heater switches off at 60°C. Record information on commissioning check list (Page
26).
INDIRECT UNITS
Consult the boiler manufacturer’s commissioning instructions and fill the primary circuit. Ensure the lever on the two port valve
is set to the filling position. When full, move the lever back. Switch the programmer to Domestic Hot Water (DHW) and allow
the unit to start to heat. Adjust the dial of the dual thermostat to between 55°C and 65°C as required. Allow unit to heat up,
adjust the thermostat so that the heater switches off at 60°C. Record information on commissioning check list (Page 26).
STORAGE TEMPERATURE
The recommended storage temperature for both direct and indirect cylinders is 60-65°C. In hard water areas consideration
should be given to reducing this to 50-55°C. In many healthcare applications the guidance on Legionella control and safe
water delivery temperatures will require storing the water at 60-65°C, distributing at 50- 55°C and using thermostatic mixing
valves to control the final temperature. For details consult the NHS Estates Guidance on safe hot water temperatures.
SAFETY VALVE CHECKS
During heat-up there should have been no sign of water coming from either the expansion relief valve or the temperature/
pressure relief valve. Now hold both of these safety valves fully open, allowing as much water as possible to flow through the
tundish. Check that your discharge pipework is free from debris and is carrying the water away to waste efficiently. Release
the valves and check that they reseat properly. On Completion of commissioning, fill in the Log Book and leave with the house
owner.
SERVICING
GENERAL
Servicing should only be carried out by competent installers and any spare parts used must be purchased from Range
Cylinders. NEVER bypass any safety devices or operate the unit without them being fully operational.
DRAINING
Isolate from the electrical supply to prevent the immersion heaters burning out. Turn off the boiler. Isolate the unit from the cold
mains. Attach a hose to the draining tap ensuring that it reaches to a level below the unit (this will ensure an efficient syphon is
set up and the maximum amount of water is drained from the unit). First open the hot tap closest to the unit and then open the
draining tap. WARNING: WATER DRAINED OFF MAY BE VERY HOT!
IMPORTANT: After draining the cylinder do not close the hot tap until the cylinder has fully cooled, failure to follow
this instruction may result in damage to the cylinder and will invalidate the guarantee.
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
TRIBUNE HE requires an annual service in order to ensure safe working and optimum performance. It is essential that the
following checks are performed by a competent installer on an annual basis. Commonly this is done at the same time as the
annual boiler service.
1) Twist the cap of the expansion relief valve on the inlet control set and allow water to flow for 5 seconds. Release and
make sure it resets correctly. Repeat with the pressure / temperature relief valve. In both cases check that the discharge
pipework is carrying the water away adequately. If not, check for blockages etc. and clear. WARNING: THE WATER
DISCHARGED MAY BE VERY HOT!
2) Check that any immersion heaters fitted are working correctly and that they are controlling the water at a temperature
between 55°C and 65°C.
3) Check the pressure in the expansion vessel is charged to 3 bar. Turn off the water supply to the unit and open a hot tap
first. The air valve on expansion vessel is a Schrader (car tyre ) type. Air or CO2 may be used to charge the expansion
vessel.
4) Unscrew the head on the inlet control set and clean the mesh filter within.
5) The Benchmark Log Book supplied with this unit should be updated at each service.
YOUR GUARANTEE MAY BE VOID WITHOUT PROOF OF ANNUAL SERVICING.
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FAULT FINDING
SPARE PARTS
A full range of spare parts is available from Range Cylinders. Tel: 01924 376026.
USER INSTRUCTIONS
Your stainless system is automatic in normal use and requires only annual servicing. You should employ a competent installer
to perform the annual servicing. Normally this is timed to coincide with the annual boiler service.
IF WATER IS FLOWING FROM THE SAFETY VALVES THROUGH THE TUNDISH THIS INDICATES A FAULT CONDITION
AND ACTION IS NEEDED.
If this water is hot, turn the boiler and / or the immersion heater off. Do not turn off the water until the discharge runs cool. The
discharge may also stop.
CALL OUT A COMPETENT PLUMBER TO SERVICE THE UNIT.
Tell them you have a fault on an unvented cylinder. We stock all the spare parts they may need (see page 7).
DRAINING
Isolate from the electrical supply to prevent the immersion heaters burning out. Turn off the boiler. Isolate the unit from the cold
mains. Attach a hose to the draining tap ensuring that it reaches to a level below the unit (this will ensure an efficient syphon is
set up and the maximum amount of water is drained from the unit). First open the hot tap closest to the unit and then open the
draining tap. WARNING: WATER DRAINED OFF MAY BE VERY HOT!
IMPORTANT: After draining the cylinder do not close the hot tap until the cylinder has fully cooled, failure to follow
this instruction may result in damage to the cylinder and will invalidate the guarantee.
BENCHMARK SCHEME
The installer must follow the Benchmark code of practice for the Benchmark certification to be valid. The Benchmark code of
practice can be found on the internet using the following internet link:
www.centralheating.co.uk/benchmark-member-scheme/Benchmark
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KINGSPAN GUARANTEE TERMS AND
CONDITIONS
WARNING: Should the factory fitted temperature and pressure relief valve be tampered with or removed your guarantee will
be invalidated. Neither the Distributor nor Manufacturer shall be responsible for any consequential damage howsoever caused.
Guarantee Terms
Kingspan Renewables guarantees the Tribune HE for all parts against faulty manufacture or materials for a period of two years
from the date of purchase.
The warranty is extended to a total of 25 years for the stainless steel inner vessel in domestic properties and to 10 years for
the stainless steel inner vessel in commercial buildings.
These guarantees are valid provided that:
• The Tribune HE has been installed by a competent installer and as per the instructions contained in the installation manual and all relevant Codes of Practice and Regulations in force at the time of installation.
• Any disinfection has been carried out in accordance with BS 6700.
• The Tribune HE has not been modified in any way.
• The system is fed from domestic mains water supply.
• The Tribune HE has only been used for the storage of wholesome water (max. 250mg/l chloride – for hard water areas, Kingspan recommend the use of an electrolytic scale reducer)
• It has only been used for the storage of potable.
• The Tribune HE has not been subjected to frost, nor has it been tampered with or been subjected to misuse or neglect.
• No factory fitted parts have been removed for unauthorised repair or replacement.
• The BenchmarkTM Commissioning Checklist and Service Record included with this product Installation Manual have been completed.
• Regular maintenance has been carried out by a competent person in accordance with the requirements set out in the maintenance section of the installation manual.
• The owner or installer has registered the product on-line at www.kingspanhws.com/warranty within 30 days of
purchase. Failure to do so may result in a reduced warranty period.
• Evidence of purchase and date of supply must be submitted upon making a claim.
• Any replacement parts used should be authorised Kingspan Renewables Tribune HE spare parts.
• Annual Services are available from the Customer Service/ Technical Support team
• If a defect arises and a valid claim is received within the Warranty Period, at its option and to the extent permitted by law Kingspan Renewables shall either
(1) repair the defect at no charge, using new or refurbished replacement parts or
(2) exchange the product with a product that is new or which has been manufactured using new or serviceable used parts or
(3) refund the purchase price or a reasonable proportion of the purchase price.
Tel: 0845 260 7260 or email: [email protected]
Exclusions – The guarantee does not cover:
• The effects of scale build up.
• The effects of corrosion.
• Any 3rd party labour charges associated with replacing the unit or any of its components unless authorised in advance by the Customer Service/ Technical Support team.
• Any consequential losses caused by the failure or malfunction of the product.
This guarantee does not affect your statutory rights.
This guarantee is not valid for installations outside the United Kingdom.
For installations outside of the United Kingdom, please contact Customer Service/ Technical Support team.
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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
PRESSURE SPECIFICATIONS
Maximum Inlet Water Pressure
12 Bar
Operating Pressure
3.0 Bar
Expansion Valve Opening Pressure
6.0 Bar
Expansion Vessel Charge Pressure
3.0 Bar
Maximum Operating Pressure
7.0 Bar
Opening Pressure of T & P Valve
7.0 Bar
90oC
Opening Temperature of T & P Valve
Maximum Pressure on Primary Circuit (Indirect & Solar Coil)
3.5 Bar
DIRECT IMMERSION ELEMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Element Rating
3kW 240 V
Thread Type
1 3/4” BSP
Fuse Requirement
13A via Double Pole Switch
Control Thermostat for Element - Temperature Range
High Limit Thermostat for Element - Temperature Set Point
45oC - 65oC
85oC
INDIRECT IMMERSION ELEMENT SPECIFICATIONS
Element Rating
3kW 240 V
Thread Type
1 3/4” BSP
Fuse Requirement
Control Thermostat for Element - Temperature Range
High Limit Thermostat for Element - Temperature Set Point
13A via Double Pole Switch
45oC - 65oC
75oC
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INDIRECT COIL
SURFACE AREA
INDIRECT COIL
CAPACITY
INDIRECT
COIL kW RATING
SOLAR COIL
SURFACE AREA
SOLAR COIL
CAPACITY
Heat Loss (kW/24Hr)
70% RE-HEAT TIME
HEAT-UP TIME
CAPACITY
WEIGHT FULL
WEIGHT EMPTY
PRODUCT CODE
CYLINDER DETAILS & PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATION
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.99
TRIBUNE DIRECT SLIMLINE
TDS60
20
80
60
22m
-
TDS90
29
120
90
33m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.05
TDS120
38
160
120
44m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.12
TDS150
46
200
150
55m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.29
TDS180
54
235
180
66m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.37
TDS210
60
270
210
77m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.64
TRIBUNE INDIRECT SLIMLINE
TIS60
26
90
60
10m 45s
8m 02s
0.67
3.69
17.2
N/A
N/A
0.99
TIS90
36
130
90
17m 22s
15m 12s
0.67
3.69
16.1
N/A
N/A
1.05
TIS120
44
165
120
25m 01s
16m 25s
0.67
3.69
19.0
N/A
N/A
1.12
TIS150
52
205
150
26m 24s
19m 37s
0.77
4.26
19.5
N/A
N/A
1.29
TIS180
60
240
180
32m 14s
23m 05s
0.77
4.26
20.4
N/A
N/A
1.37
TIS210
68
280
210
36m 36s
27m 40s
0.77
4.26
23.4
N/A
N/A
1.64
115
90
33m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.91
TRIBUNE DIRECT
TD90
25
TD120
30
150
120
44m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.05
TD150
35
185
150
55m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.23
TD180
40
220
180
66m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.32
TD210
210
77m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.58
45
255
TD250
50
300
250
91m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.84
TD300
55
355
300
110m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
2.10
TRIBUNE INDIRECT
TI90
30
120
90
20m 25s
14m 18s
0.67
3.69
15.78
N/A
N/A
0.91
TI120
35
155
120
23m 47s
18m 00s
0.67
3.69
18.35
N/A
N/A
1.05
TI150
40
190
150
29m 36s
20m 35s
0.77
4.26
19.07
N/A
N/A
1.23
TI180
45
225
180
31m 58s
22m 47s
0.77
4.26
20.28
N/A
N/A
1.32
TI210
50
260
210
33m 05s
26m 16s
0.86
4.83
23.08
N/A
N/A
1.58
TI250
55
305
250
41m 18s
28m 20s
0.86
4.83
24.40
N/A
N/A
1.84
TI300
60
360
300
46m 01s
32m 52s
0.86
4.83
24.87
N/A
N/A
2.10
TRIBUNE ECOCYL DIRECT
24
TDS60ECO
25
85
60
22m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.86
TDS90ECO
30
120
90
33m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.89
TDS120ECO
35
155
120
44m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.96
TDS150ECO
40
190
150
55m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.06
TDS180ECO
45
225
180
66m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.19
TDS210ECO
50
260
210
77m
-
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
1.36
INDIRECT COIL
CAPACITY
INDIRECT
COIL kW RATING
SOLAR COIL
SURFACE AREA
SOLAR COIL
CAPACITY
Heat Loss (kW/24Hr)
10m 45s
8m 02s
0.67
3.69
17.2
N/A
N/A
0.86
90
17m 22s
15m 12s
0.67
3.69
16.1
N/A
N/A
0.89
TIS120ECO
36
156
120
25m 01s
16m 25s
0.67
3.69
19.0
N/A
N/A
0.96
TIS150ECO
45
195
150
26m 24s
19m 37s
0.77
4.26
19.5
N/A
N/A
1.06
HEAT-UP TIME
60
125
CAPACITY
90
35
WEIGHT FULL
30
TIS90ECO
WEIGHT EMPTY
TIS60ECO
PRODUCT CODE
INDIRECT COIL
SURFACE AREA
70% RE-HEAT TIME
CYLINDER DETAILS & PERFORMANCE
SPECIFICATION
TRIBUNE ECOCYL INDIRECT
TIS180ECO
36
216
180
32m 14s
23m 05s
0.77
4.26
20.4
N/A
N/A
1.19
TIS210ECO
55
265
210
36m 36s
27m 40s
0.77
4.26
23.4
N/A
N/A
1.36
190
150
31m 05s
22m 16s
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.67
3.69
1.23
TRIBUNE SOLAR DIRECT
TSS150
40
TSS180
45
225
180
33m 30s
23m 34s
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.67
3.69
1.32
TSS210
50
260
210
33m 05s
26m 33s
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.86
4.83
1.58
TSS250
55
305
250
41m 18s
28m 20s
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.86
4.83
1.84
TSS300
60
360
300
46m 01s
32m 52s
N/A
N/A
N/A
0.86
4.83
2.10
TRIBUNE SOLAR INDIRECT
TT150
50
200
150
22m 50s
11m 44s
0.67
3.69
17.2
0.67
3.69
1.23
TT180
55
235
180
25m 15s
17m 02s
0.67
3.69
20.2
0.67
3.69
1.32
TT210
60
270
210
28m 31s
15m 50s
0.77
4.26
23.4
0.86
4.83
1.58
TT250
65
315
250
31m 42s
22m 42s
0.77
4.26
28.3
0.86
4.83
1.84
TT300
70
370
300
36m 04s
21m 30s
0.86
4.83
29.2
0.86
4.83
2.10
23m 47s
18m 00s
0.67
3.69
18.35
N/A
N/A
1.05
TRIBUNE INDIRECT PRE-PLUMBED
TI120P4
45
165
120
TI150P4
50
200
150
31m 05s
22m 16s
0.77
4.26
19.07
N/A
N/A
1.23
TI180P4
55
235
180
31m 58s
22m 47s
0.77
4.26
20.28
N/A
N/A
1.32
TI210P4
60
270
210
35m 30s
26m 16s
0.86
4.83
23.08
N/A
N/A
1.58
TI250P4
65
315
250
41m 08s
30m 06s
0.86
4.83
24.40
N/A
N/A
1.84
TI300P4
70
320
300
49m 40s
36m 12s
0.86
4.83
24.87
N/A
N/A
2.10
TRIBUNE SOLAR INDIRECT PRE-PLUMBED
TT180P4
60
240
180
25m 15s
17m 02s
0.67
3.69
20.2
0.67
3.69
1.32
TT210P4
65
275
210
28m 31s
15m 50s
0.77
4.26
23.4
0.86
4.83
1.58
TT250P4
70
320
250
31m 42s
22m 42s
0.77
4.26
28.3
0.86
4.83
1.84
TT300P4
75
375
300
36m 04s
21m 30s
0.86
4.83
29.2
0.86
4.83
2.10
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MAINS PRESSURE HOT WATER STORAGE SYSTEM COMMISSIONING CHECKLIST
ThisCommissioningChecklististobecompletedinfullbythecompetentpersonwhocommissionedthestoragesystemasameansof
demonstratingcompliancewiththeappropriateBuildingRegulationsandthenhandedtothecustomertokeepforfuturereference.
Failuretoinstallandcommissionthisequipmenttothemanufacturer’sinstructionsmayinvalidatethewarrantybutdoesnotaffectstatutoryrights.
CustomerName
TelephoneNumber
Address
CylinderMakeandModel
CylinderSerialNumber
Commissionedby(print name)
RegisteredOperativeIDNumber
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
CompanyAddress
CommissioningDate
To be completed by the customer on receipt of a Building Regulations Compliance Certificate*:
BuildingRegulationsNotificationNumber(if applicable)
ALL SYSTEMS PRIMARY SETTINGS (indirect heating only)
Istheprimarycircuitasealedoropenventedsystem?
Sealed
Open
°C
Whatisthemaximumprimaryflowtemperature?
ALL SYSTEMS
bar
Whatistheincomingstaticcoldwaterpressureattheinlettothesystem?
Hasastrainerbeencleanedofinstallationdebris(iffitted)?
Yes
No
Istheinstallationinahardwaterarea(above200ppm)?
Yes
No
Ifyes,hasawaterscalereducerbeenfitted?
Yes
No
Whattypeofscalereducerhasbeenfitted?
Whatisthehotwaterthermostatsettemperature?
°C
Whatisthemaximumhotwaterflowrateatsetthermostattemperature(measuredathighflowoutlet)?
l/min
TimeandtemperaturecontrolshavebeenfittedincompliancewithPartLoftheBuildingRegulations?
Typeofcontrolsystem(ifapplicable)
YPlan
Isthecylindersolar(orotherrenewable)compatible?
Yes
SPlan
Other
Yes
No
Yes
No
Yes
°C
Whatisthehotwatertemperatureatthenearestoutlet?
Allappropriatepipeshavebeeninsulatedupto1metreorthepointwheretheybecomeconcealed
UNVENTED SYSTEMS ONLY
Whereisthepressurereducingvalvesituated(iffitted)?
bar
Whatisthepressurereducingvalvesetting?
Hasacombinedtemperatureandpressurereliefvalveandexpansionvalvebeenfittedanddischargetested?
Yes
ThetundishanddischargepipeworkhavebeenconnectedandterminatedtoPartGoftheBuildingRegulations
Areallenergysourcesfittedwithacutoutdevice?
Yes
No
Hastheexpansionvesselorinternalairspacebeenchecked?
Yes
No
THERMAL STORES ONLY
Whatstoretemperatureisachievable?
°C
Whatisthemaximumhotwatertemperature?
°C
ALL INSTALLATIONS ThehotwatersystemcomplieswiththeappropriateBuildingRegulations
Yes
Thesystemhasbeeninstalledandcommissionedinaccordancewiththemanufacturer’sinstructions
Yes
Thesystemcontrolshavebeendemonstratedtoandunderstoodbythecustomer
Yes
Themanufacturer’sliterature,includingBenchmarkChecklistandServiceRecord,hasbeenexplainedandleftwiththecustomer
Yes
CommissioningEngineer’sSignature
Customer’sSignature
(To confirm satisfactory demonstration and receipt of manufacturer’s literature)
*AllinstallationsinEnglandandWalesmustbenotifiedtoLocalAuthorityBuildingControl(LABC)eitherdirectlyorthroughaCompetentPersonsScheme.
ABuildingRegulationsComplianceCertificatewillthenbeissuedtothecustomer.
©HeatingandHotwaterIndustryCouncil(HHIC)
www.centralheating.co.uk
SERVICE RECORD
ItisrecommendedthatyourhotwatersystemisservicedregularlyandthattheappropriateServiceRecordiscompleted.
Service Provider
BeforecompletingtheappropriateServiceRecordbelow,pleaseensureyouhavecarriedouttheserviceasdescribedinthemanufacturer’s
instructions.
SERVICE 1 Date
SERVICE 2 Date
EngineerName
EngineerName
CompanyName
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
TelephoneNumber
Comments
Comments
Signature
Signature
SERVICE 3 Date
SERVICE 4 Date
EngineerName
EngineerName
CompanyName
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
TelephoneNumber
Comments
Comments
Signature
Signature
SERVICE 5 Date
SERVICE 6 Date
EngineerName
EngineerName
CompanyName
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
TelephoneNumber
Comments
Comments
Signature
Signature
SERVICE 7 Date
SERVICE 8 Date
EngineerName
EngineerName
CompanyName
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
TelephoneNumber
Comments
Comments
Signature
Signature
SERVICE 9 Date
SERVICE 10 Date
EngineerName
EngineerName
CompanyName
CompanyName
TelephoneNumber
TelephoneNumber
Comments
Comments
Signature
Signature
TRIBUNE HE IS A MARKET LEADER IN
SUPPLY OF QUALITY HOT WATER SYSTEMS
Specification summary...
Materials
Inner shell - Duplex Stainless Steel
Coil - 22mm Diameter Stainless Steel
Bosses - Stainless Steel
Every TRIBUNE HE cylinder is water tested to a pressure of 15 bar.
Insulation
Fire retardant polyurethane foam, nominal thickness 50mm.
The foam is CFC-Free and HCFC-Free.
The foam has an Ozone Depletion Potential of Zero and a Global Warming
Potential of 1.1
Casework
Zintec corrosion proofed steels throughout
Durable, stove enamelled, gloss white paint finish
Anode
None fitted/none required
Range Cylinders, part of Kingspan Group, is a major
manufacturer of Domestic Hot Water storage systems in the UK
and offers the trade products backed by the service and technical
development skills that only a company of its size can.
All sites are licensed to British Standards Quality Assurance
BS EN ISO 9001 : 2008 and Range is a BSi registered firm.
This means that all manufacturing plants are monitored by an
independent inspectorate and the quality systems employed by
Range Cylinders meet the stringent requirements set down.
Specifiers, users and stockists can depend on Range for
consistent quality and supply. Range continues to develop energy
saving and innovative hot water products for domestic and
commercial applications.
Expansion Vessel
12 Litre size with 60, 90, 120 and 150 Litre models
18 Litre size with 180, 210 and 250 Litre models
25 Litre size with 300 Litre models
Control Settings
Pressure Reducing Valve - 3 Bar
Expansion Relief Valve - 6 Bar
Pressure and Temperature Relief Valve - 7 Bar/90°C
High Limit Thermostat in Dual Thermostat - 85°C
High Limit Thermostat in Immersion Heater - 85°C
Immersion Heater
1¾” BSP Parallel Threaded Head
Long Life Incoloy Sheathed Low Noise Element 14” Long
Long Life Incoloy Sheathed Thermostat Pocket 11” Long
Brazed Construction
Combined Thermostat and Safety Cutout
Element Rating 3kW at 240V A/C
Approvals
KIWA Approved to Building Regulations G3 & L
CE Compliant and fitted with a BEAB Approved
Immersion Heater
Kingspan Renewables have a policy of continuous product development and may introduce product modifications from time to time.
As a consequence details given in this brochure are subject to alteration without notice. E&OE.
Issue 16
April 2012
Range Cylinders
Tadman Street, Wakefield WF1 5QU
Tel: 01924 376026 Fax: 01924 385015
Technical Helpline: 0845 260 7260 Technical Fax Line: 0845 260 7261
www.range-cylinders.co.uk
www.kingspan-renewables.co.uk
Kingspan Renewables: A trading name of Kingspan Hot Water Systems Ltd. Registered Office: Tadman Street, Wakefield WF1 5QU Registered in England, No. 04357772
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