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Ortal Power Vent
System Manual
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Revised March 2017
Table of Contents
Safety Considerations .......................................................................................... 3
Overview .............................................................................................................. 4
Ortal Power Vent System Installation .................................................................. 6
Ortal Inline Power Vent System Clearances ................................................... 8
Ortal Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions ..................................................... 10
Flush Horizontal Termination Power Vent System Installation ......................... 13
Flush Horizontal Termination ....................................................................... 20
Electrical Wiring Requirements ......................................................................... 22
Venting Runs Installation ................................................................................... 24
Ortal Power Vent Run Lengths ..................................................................... 27
Pressure Switch Installation ............................................................................... 28
Ortal Power Vent System Operation ................................................................. 30
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................. 33
Appendix A: Ortal Inline Power Vent Parts List.................................................. 36
Appendix B: Flush Horizontal Termination Parts List ......................................... 37
Appendix C: Control Box Parts List ..................................................................... 39
Appendix D: Ortal Power Vent System Diagram ................................................ 40
Appendix E: Ortal Power Vent Technical Data ................................................... 41
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Safety Considerations
WARNING – Be sure to review all safety warnings and
installation guidelines contained in this manual.
WARNING – Be sure to review all safety warnings and
installation guidelines contained in the Ortal fireplace installation
manual.
WARNING – Electrical components. Be sure that all electrical
connections are properly installed, insulated and secured to avoid
potential ELECTRICAL SHOCK and FIRE HAZARD and malfunction of
the system. Consult local building code requirements.
Important – It is imperative that all materials and objects used
to carry out the installation are materials certified or specified by
Ortal Heating Solutions and are suitable for use. Do NOT install the
system with different materials or objects than those approved for
installation by Ortal Heating Solutions.
Important – Exceeding the restrictions imposed by Ortal
Heating Solutions can cause damage to the function of the fireplace
and/or to the living space in which the fireplace and vent system
are installed. The installation must be carried out according to the
instructions listed in this manual. Ortal will not be responsible for
any damage caused by improper installation.
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Overview
Ortal Heating Solutions offers the best in aesthetic heating
technology. The Ortal Power Vent System is an optional accessory
component to the Ortal direct vent gas fireplace offerings. It
enhances the fireplace, and provides alternate installation
configurations not available with typical direct vent runs.
Our unique system provides for increased flexibility of fireplace
installation in single family homes, multi-family homes, and
commercial settings.
The Ortal Power Vent is a fan that creates an exhaust air draw flow,
forcing the flow through the inner pipe. This creates a suction of
fresh air that enters and draws in through the outer pipe.
Ortal Power Vent System advantages:

Smaller diameter coaxial vent pipe (5 inches outer, 3 inches
inner)

Longer venting runs

Available options to run venting horizontally, vertically, and
below the firebox.
This manual is designed to install the Ortal Power Vent System with
the Ortal fireplace installation manual. This manual only describes
the Ortal Power Vent System.
Ortal fireplaces operate using direct vent technology. The vent
types, Inline and Flush Horizontal Termination, differ in the Power
Vent location along the chimney path. The Inline is located inline of
the chimney path. The Flush Horizontal Termination is located at
the end of the chimney path.
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Notes:

You must select the correct Ortal Power Vent System when
you order the Ortal fireplace unit. This system cannot be
retro-fitted.

Before installing the Ortal Power Vent System, read and
understand all instructions. Consider installation location and
vent runs, including any structural requirements, clearances
for rough and finished materials, and local codes.
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Ortal Power Vent System Installation
Review the installation detail per project plans.
Make sure that all the materials, system components, and tools
necessary are present, and in good condition.
Follow these steps:
1. Firebox installation:
It is recommended to position the Fireplace in the final
location. Venting and power vent systems can be installed
before or after firebox.
a. With the firebox installation, place the Ortal Power Vent
control box by the fireplace access panel.
b. Connect the Air pressure cable (G24) to the pressure switch
located in the Ortal Power Vent control box and secure.
See connection 1 in Figure 19: Wire Connection System on
page 23.
c. Connect the control box to the terminals:
i. Connect CABLE V6 (SASCB) to the terminal with 4 pins (the
solenoid should already be installed in the flex line
between the GV60 valve and the burner). See connection 2
in Figure 19: Wire Connection System on page 23.
ii. Connect the Relay Cable (SASLVU) to the AUX port on the
receiver terminal with 3 pins to the control box with a 2-pin
connector. See connection 3 in Figure 19: Wire Connection
System on page 23.
Make sure all connections are tight and secure.
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2. Install the remaining venting components. Ensure that all
pipe connections are sealed, supported, and have clearances
maintained as outlined previously in this manual.
3. Position the Ortal Power Vent (see Venting Runs
Installation on page 24), and secure in place, maintaining
required clearances per local building codes.
Notes:

For Inline: The Ortal Inline Power Vent must be placed a
minimum of 15 feet from the firebox, up to a maximum of
45 feet.

For Flush Horizontal Termination: The Power Vent must
be placed a minimum of 15 feet from the firebox, up to a
maximum of 65 feet.

The Ortal Power Vent may be physically positioned closer
than 15 feet depending on pipe flow direction.
4. After deploying the 65 Feet Power Cord (M120), insert the
cable pig tailed end to the Ortal Power Vent box through
the Cable clamp.
Open the Ortal Power Vent box service Door and Connect
the cable pig tailed end to the one located in the Power
Vent box. Make sure all connections are tight and secure.
See connection 5 in Figure 19: Wire Connection System on
page 23.
5. Termination:
Affix a cap at the pipe termination point to prevent water
and foreign objects from entering the pipe.
Use and follow the vent manufacture instructions for
termination.
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6. Connect the fireplace to the gas line.
Gas connections should be completed by a certified gas
fitter/ licensed plumber, and in accordance with local
building codes.
7. Connect the Ortal Power Vent control box to the Electrical
outlet junction box.
Electrical connections should be completed by a certified
electrician, and in accordance with local building codes.
Ortal Inline Power Vent System Clearances
This section describes the Ortal Inline Power Vent system clearance
dimensions for building materials.
Follow these steps:
1. Clearance diagram is displayed below. See Ortal Inline
Power Vent Box Dimensions on page 10.
a. 24-inch clearance in front of access panel for service and
removal. See Figure 1: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions
and Safety Clearance on page 10.
b. 12-inch clearance above axillary fan for cooling (if axillary
fan is part of fan box assembly). See Figure 1: Inline Power
Vent Box Dimensions and Safety Clearance on page 10.
c. 2-inch clearance on Ortal Power Vent sides and bottom.
See Figure 1: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions and Safety
Clearance on page 10.
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2. Access Panel for Ortal Power Vent
a. Minimum 18-inch x 18-inch access panel required for
service.
b. The Ortal Power Vent must be located in an area with a
minimum 180 cubic feet of free air space to maintain the
component operating temperature cool.
If not possible, the access panel must be louvered to allow
for a minimum of 155 sq. inches of free air space.
3. Ortal Power Vent Mounting
 Mount the Ortal Power Vent per local code requirements,
and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for securing
venting.
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Ortal Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions
This section describes the Power Vent box dimensions and safety
clearances.
Figure 1: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions and Safety Clearance
Figure 2: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions
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Figure 3: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions
Figure 4: Inline Power Vent Box Dimensions and Safety Clearance
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Figure 5: Inline Power Vent Main Parts
Table 1: Inline Power Vent Main Parts List
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
12
Part #
SSM01
SASSM1FZ
SSM1F03
SSM11
G84
G85
SSM1F09
Description
ORTAL Power Vent Fan PL20UL0080
ORTAL Power Vent Fan Box
ORTAL Power Vent Service Door
Cable clamp
Adaptor 35 CVS Outlet
Adaptor 35 CVS Inlet
High V box
Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Flush Horizontal Termination Power Vent System Installation
This section describes the Flush Horizontal Termination installation.
Follow these steps:
1. Prepare an opening size 12.3 inches x 13.9 inches
a. Insert the Blower Box into position.
Figure 6: Prepare and Insert Blower Box
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b. Prepare the Wall Flush.
The wall finish should be no deeper than 1¼ inches.
Figure 7: Wall Flush Preparation
c. Position and secure the 'inner wall plate' (Draft stop) into
place.
Figure 8: Position and Secure Inner Wall Plate
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d. Position the retaining external cover into place.
Figure 9: Retaining External Cover Position
Note the wall material layers:
Figure 10: Wall Material Layers
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2. For wall thickness greater than 7 1/2 inches and up to a
maximum of 16 inches:
a. Connect the two parts together (Image 1 below), insert the
assembly into the wall, and hold them (Images 2 and 3
below)
Figure 11: Wall Thickness Greater than 7 1/2 Inches
b. Position the Blower Box into position.
Figure 12: Position Blower Box
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3. For Non- Flush Scenarios:
Install the Ortal Power Vent using the previous instructions
(See Step 2a Figure 11, on page 16.) Refer to the illustration.
Figure 13: Non-Flush Scenario
4. For Non- Flush Scenarios:
Figure 14: Non- Flush and Stucco Wall
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5. For Stucco Walls:
Figure 15: Stucco Walls
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Figure 16: Horizontal Termination Clearances
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Flush Horizontal Termination
The Flush Horizontal Termination is located at the end of the
chimney path.
Figure 17: ORTAL Flush Horizontal Termination Power Vent Box dimensions
* Clearances are per the venting run installation instructions.
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Figure 18: Flush Horizontal Termination Parts location
Table 2: Flush Horizontal Termination Parts List
Item
1
Part #
SSM01
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
SASSMF1FZ
SSMF1F01
SSMF1F15
SSMF1F03
SSMF1F02
SSM11
SSMF1F04
G85
Description
ORTAL Power Vent Fan
PL20UL0080
Ortal Power Vent Fan Box
ORTEL Power Vent Service Door
Coordinator6
Casing
Mounting Flange
Cable clamp
Draft stop
Adaptor 35 CVS Inlet
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Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Electrical Wiring Requirements
The Ortal Power Vent System plugs into a 230V or 110V 20 amp
dedicated line.
Notes:
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
You must have a 4-gang electrical outlet located beneath the
firebox near the access panel location according to local
code, when you connect multiple fireplace features such as a
double glass barrier, interior lights, 6V transformer, and/or
the Ortal Power Vent System.

The system does not operate in case of a power failure.
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Figure 19: Wire Connection System
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Venting Runs Installation
This section describe the Power Vent run and installation considerations.
Follow these steps:
1. Install the 5 inch (3 inch inner) vent pipe according to
manufacturere’s instructions.
2. Seal and secure the venting pipes according to the
manufacturer’s instructions.
Note: This is critical to ensure optimal Ortal Power Vent
fireplace performance, and to prevent air from the living
area from entering into the venting system, and the
exhaust air from being forced into the living area.
a. Make sure that the inner and outer gasket rings are intact.
b. Make sure that each connection between all the venting
components is securely twist locked.
c. When you remove or install pipe, ensure that the guides
are correctly aligned for proper fireplace function.
3. Downhill vent runs:
a. Install the vent pipe with a total vertical drop of 6 feet.
b. Allow up to six 90 degree offsets or equal (i.e., 540 total
degrees of offset/angles).
4. Vent Pipe Clearances:
a. From the firebox to termination, consider the following
details. See Figure 20, Figure 21, and Figure 22 on page 25:
i.
Vertical run: 1-inch radius.
ii.
Horizontal run.
 Top (90 degrees), 3 inches
 Bottom and sides (270 degrees), 1 inch
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For more information on vent pipe clearance details, see the
Ortal Fireplace Installation Manual.
b. Make sure NO combustible materials are near the venting pipes.
Venting pipes can reach temperatures as high as 400°C/752°F.
Figure 20: Chimney Course Schematic
Figure 21: Required Clearances Around Chimney
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Figure 22: Required Clearances Around Chimney – Cross-section
5. Vent Connections
a. Vent Pipe:
i.
Ensure that the pipes being used are intact and without
flaw (i.e. no holes, tears, open seems, corrosion or other
issues that may inhibit the proper function of the pipe
with the pipe with the Ortal Power Vent System.)
ii.
Pipes must be installed using supports, a minimum of
every three feet or per local code, the stricter of the two.
Without proper support, the venting may separate,
which can result in weakening the long-term sealant or
otherwise cause damage to sealed venting integrity.
iii.
Secure all connections per venting manufacturer’s
instructions.
b. Sealing:
 Follow the venting manufacturer’s instructions regarding
vent pipe sealing.
Notes:
 Failure to properly seal the venting can prevent the system
from working properly and can result in damage to the
fireplace and/or the surrounding building.
 Damaged seals can cause pressure loss.
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Ortal Power Vent Run Lengths
Table 3: Ortal Power Vent Run Lengths Limitation
Model
Maximum exhaust
length for Inline
Power Vent
Series 40
Series 75
Series 110/130
Series 150/170
Series 200/250
75 feet
90 feet
90 feet
80 feet
75 feet
Maximum exhaust
length for Flush
Horizontal
Termination Power
Vent
65 feet
*Natural Gas (NG) and Propane (LP)
Notes:
Inline Ortal Power Vent

Install the Ortal Power Vent a minimum of 15 feet (linear
vent length) from the firebox, and a maximum of 45 feet
distance from the firebox.

For runs that exceed 65 feet, install a condensation drain
after the Ortal Power Vent (somewhere between 65-75 feet
of vent run length).
Flush Horizontal Termination for the Ortal Power Vent

The Ortal Power Vent must be installed a minimum of 15 feet
(linear vent length) from the firebox, up to a maximum 65
feet from the firebox.
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Pressure Switch Installation
This section provides a general description for the Ortal Power Vent
pressure switch component.
The pressure switch senses air flow when the Ortal Power Vent is
activated, and transmits an electrical signal to the Ortal Power Vent
control module, which then releases combustible gas to the
fireplace, and enables it to operate.
The pressure switch is an Ortal safety feature that prevents
fireplace operation if the fan is not active. The fireplacecan only
operate if the glass enclosure is correctly positioned. Because the
Ortal Power Vent control box must sit flat on the floor, incorrect
orientation can cause the pressure switch to fail.
For pressure switch assembly and setup best practices, see Figure
23 and Figure 24 on page 29.
IMPORTANT: Make sure that the adapter and Ortal Power Vent
control box nuts are tightened correctly (using 16mm and 11mm
wrench), and that the pressure tube is properly connected with no
leaks. Operate the Ortal Power Vent system prior to closing the
walls to check that the system is operating correctly.
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Figure 23: Pressure Switch Connection to Ortal Power Vent Power Box
Figure 24: Pressure Switch Connection to the Chimney
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Ortal Power Vent System Operation
This section describes the Ortal Power Vent operation instructions
and functionality.
Note: Only use the TV14 or T16 remote control and receiver
included with the fireplace kit.
Follow these steps:
1. An Ortal fireplace equipped with an Ortal Power Vent
System is controlled in the same manner as a standard
Ortal fireplace. The fireplace and flame control is switched
on/off and adjusted in the same way.
See the Ortal Fireplace Manual, and the Mertik Maxitrol
Manual for more information.
2. When the fan is connected to electricity, a red LED light
displays on the fan and control boxes.
A red LED light indicates that live electricity is supplied to
the fan system.
3. A white LED light displays in the control box when the
fireplace is ignited with the remote control.
A white LED light indicates that the Ortal Power Vent
Control system sends a command to the fan to turn on.
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4. When the fan begins to work, the pressure switch identifies
pressure in the exhaust pipe (as compared to the air inlet, a
closed system). The Ortal Power Vent System verifies that
the system is closed and active as a direct vent system.
When the pressure threshold is passed (varies per fireplace
model), the pressure switch turns on a green LED light in
the control box, and sends an electrical signal to the gas
solenoid, which opens the gas between the GV60 valve and
the burner port.
The pilot flame is NOT a part of the Ortal Power Vent
System electrical sub-system, but works the same as with a
standard Ortal fireplace. Pilot issues are not related to the
Ortal Power Vent system.
5. Gas Solenoid
a. When the gas solenoid opens, a blue LED light momentarily
displays in the control box.
b. When the gas solenoid closes, a yellow LED light
momentarily displays in the control box.
6. The Ortal Power Vent system operates with 110V/ or 230V
10 amps, no batteries. This system must have a dedicated
power line. In the event of a power failure, the system does
not operate.
Table 4: LED Lights indication
Color
Red
White
Green
Blue
Yellow
Action
Electricity is sent to the fan.
PV system is given command to
turn on.
Air pressure threshold is passed.
Solenoid open, gas is released
(burner on, pilot on).
Solenoid closed, gas flow is
stopped (burner off, pilot on).
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Location
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
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Note: When initially turning on the fireplace, the pilot switches on,
and only then does the rest of the burner ignite (as with a standard
Ortal fireplace).
Important - Before turning on the fireplace for the first time,
ensure that the system is installed according to the above
instructions; review the system sketches above, and ensure that
all systems are properly connected.
Important – It is imperative before turning on the fireplace for
the first time, to review the booklet instructions concerning the
fireplace installation, and verify that the installation has been
completed according to the instructions in this booklet. If for any
reason after installation, the fireplace does not work properly, the
system must not be turned on until the installation is verified.
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Troubleshooting
This section contains common troubleshooting descriptions and
solutions.
Important – The fireplace and fan must be turned off at the
first sign of any problem. Do NOT manipulate the system while the
fireplace and the fan are turned on. Look for the appropriate
solution. If the solution to the problem is ineffective, contact Ortal
support.
Issue: Pilot fails to ignite.
Solution: The pilot operation is not correctly connected to the Fan
Exhaust System operation. Consult your primary Ortal
fireplace manual or local Ortal representative for
troubleshooting solutions.
Issue: The fan is noisy.
Solution: The blower is too tightly fastened to the box. Loosen the
bolts. There is an issue with the blower fan. Inspect for
defects, foreign objects, or obstructions.
Issue: High or “ghostly” flames.
Solution: Confirm restrictor size. Adjust or change the restrictor.
Refer to the restrictor table for correct calibrations.
Check the connection to the exhaust pipe, and confirm
that it is sealed correctly. If the situation is not resolved,
contact Ortal support. A restrictor other than what is
indicated in the table may be advised.
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Issue: The pilot is on, but the burner and Fan Exhaust are not
operating properly.
Solution: The pressure switch does not recognize pressure in the
vent, and causes the gas solenoid to be closed.
Consider the following:
i.
Refer to the LED table. If a light that should be on does
not display, failure is indicated.
ii.
Confirm that the control box is in a level position with the
directional arrow up.
iii.
Make sure the pressure switch is correctly installed and
connected to the pressure switch tube.
iv.
Confirm that all terminations in the control box are
properly connected.
v.
Look for obstruction.
vi.
Check exhaust pipe connection.
vii.
Check the gas tube between the GV60 valve and the
burner port.
viii.
The inlet pressure is too low, too high, or not in the
required range. Check with gas provider.
Issue: The pilot is on, the fan is on, but the burner does not operate.
Solution: A possible gas solenoid failure. The gas solenoid is not
open, OR a wire (see termination #2) from control to gas
solenoid is not connected, OR there is no proven draft.
Issue: The pilot is on, the burner is on, but the fan does not operate.
Solution: Definite failure with the gas solenoid. Shut down the
system due to high CO levels in the fireplace. If the
fireplace does not immediately shut down, manually turn
off the fireplace.
Issue: The burner is on, but disengages without the use of the
remote control (it goes off by itself).
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Solution: Confirm that the remote control unit is a T16 model. A
standard Ortal (Mertik) remote control may activate the
system, but it does not allow it to remain in operation.
Confirm that the pilot is sealed and on.
Issue: The burner turns on and off.
Solution: Make sure the pressure switch is properly installed and
connected to the pressure switch tube.
Important – The fireplace and fan must be turned off at the
first sign of any problem. Do NOT manipulate the system while the
fireplace and the fan are turned on. Look for the appropriate
solution. If the solution to the problem is ineffective, contact Ortal
support.
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Appendix A: Ortal Inline Power Vent Parts List
Table 5: Ortal Inline Power Vent Parts List
Item
1
Part #
SSM01
2
3
SASSM1FZ
SSM1F03
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SSM11
G84
G85
SSM1F09
SSM04
M120
SASCB
11
12
13
14
15
SSMC05
G24
SM_M38
SM_M36
G20
16
SM_M40
17
SASSMDF
18
G73
19
T16/TV14
36
Description
ORTAL Power Vent Fan
PL20UL0080
ORTAL Power Vent Fan Box
ORTAL Power Vent
Service Door
Cable clamp
Adaptor 35 CVS Outlet
Adaptor 35 CVS Inlet
High V box
Transformer and Receiver
65 feet Power Cord
Electronic Control
Terminal (operated by
Mertik Remote Control)
Pressure Switch
Pressure Switch Tube
Data Termination
Receiver Termination
Gas Solenoid
Gas Solenoid
Termination
Venting Adapters
Series 40 to 80:
4/6 direct vent chimney
to 3/5 co-axial chimney
Series 110 to 250:
5/8 direct vent chimney
to 3/5 co-axial chimney
Universal Receiver
Remote Control (with
lights or Air blowers)
Location
Fan assembly
Quantity
1
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
1
1
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Control Box
(near fireplace)
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Between valve
and burner
Between valve
and burner
Comes with
Power Vent
System to
attach to
Firebox
1
1
1
1
1
Comes with
firebox
Comes with
firebox
1
1
1
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Appendix B: Flush Horizontal Termination Parts List
This appendix lists and describes the Ortal Flush Horizontal
Termination parts list.
Table 6: Ortal Flush Horizontal Termination Parts List
Item
1
Part #
SSM01
2
SASSMF1FZ
3
SSMF1F01
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
SSMF1F15
SSMF1F03
SSMF1F02
SSM11
SSMF1F04
G85
SSM04
11
12
M120
SASCB
13
14
15
16
17
SSMC05
G24
SM_M38
SM_M36
G20
18
SM_M40
Description
Ortal Power Vent Fan
PL20UL0080
Ortal Power Vent Fan
Box
ORTEL Power Vent
Service Door
Coordinator6
Casing
External cover
Cable clamp
Draft stop
Adaptor 35 CVS Inlet
Transformer and
Receiver
65 feet Power Cord
Electronic Control
Terminal (operated by
Mertik Remote
Control)
Pressure Switch
Pressure Switch Tube
Data Termination
Receiver Termination
Gas Solenoid
Gas Solenoid
Termination
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Location
Fan assembly
Quantity
1
Fan assembly
1
Fan assembly
1
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
Fan assembly
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Fan assembly
Control Box
(near
fireplace)
1
1
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Control Box
Between
valve and
burner
Between
valve and
burner
1
1
1
1
1
1
37
Item
19
Part #
SASSMDF
20
G73
Description
Venting Adapters
Series 40 to 80:
4/6 direct vent
chimney to 3/5 coaxial chimney
Series 110 to 250:
5/8 direct vent
chimney to 3/5 coaxial chimney
Universal Receiver
21
T16/
TV14
Remote Control (with
lights or air blowers)
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Location
Comes with
Ortal Power
Vent System
to attach to
Firebox
Quantity
1
Comes with
firebox
Comes with
firebox
1
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Appendix C: Control Box Parts List
Figure 25: Control Box
Table 7: Control Box Parts List
#
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
Serial #
SSMC08
SSMC09
SM_M36
SM_M40
SSM11
SSMC04
SSM04
Description
P.V. Base Control Box
P.V. Cover Control Box
Microphone Socket 3.8 2P
Microphone Socket 3.8 4P
Cable Clamp
Electric Circuit V6
High Voltage Panel
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Part #
CB 01
CB 02
Microphone Socket 3.8
Microphone Socket 3.8
Orbit
Panel Electronic 6V
Panel Electronic High 6V
Quant.
1
2
1
1
2-3
1
1
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Appendix D: Ortal Power Vent System Diagram
Figure 26: Ortal Power Vent System Diagram
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Appendix E: Ortal Power Vent Technical Data
Table 8: Ortal Power Vent Technical Data
Data
Voltage
Frequency
Power Consumption
Maximum Airflow
Maximum Noise
Insulation Class
Thermal Protection
Housing Material
Impeller Material
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Value
230V/110V
50/60Hz
35W
150 m3/h
46.5 dB(A)
F
Self-restoring T.P.
Aluminized steel
Inox AISI430
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