gas fired boilers for steam heating installation

gas fired boilers for steam heating installation
PEG-C
GAS FIRED BOILERS
FOR STEAM HEATING
INSTALLATION, OPERATION &
MAINTENANCE MANUAL
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An ISO 9001-2008 Certified Company
Utica Boilers
2201 Dwyer Ave
Utica, NY 13501
www.ecrinternational.com
P/N# 3741801, Rev. A [01/2011]
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Safety Symbols............................................................................................................................ 3
Installation Procedure.................................................................................................................. 4
Ventilation & Combustion Air.......................................................................................................... 5
Connecting Supply And Return Piping.............................................................................................. 6
Vent Installation........................................................................................................................... 8
Vent System Modification............................................................................................................... 9
Vent Damper Installation..............................................................................................................10
Connecting Gas Service................................................................................................................11
Electrical Wiring..........................................................................................................................12
Thermostat Installation................................................................................................................12
Wiring Diagrams And Component Coding........................................................................................13
Lighting Instructions...................................................................................................................16
Normal Sequence Of Operation......................................................................................................18
Connecting Supply And Return Piping, Water Chilled Medium ...........................................................19
General Instructions....................................................................................................................20
Cleaning Boiler Flue-Ways.............................................................................................................21
Maintaining Your Boiler.................................................................................................................22
PEG-C Replacement Parts.............................................................................................................24
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CAST IRON
GAS FIRED BOILERS
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INSTALLATION MANUAL AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
C.S.A. Certified
for Natural gas
or Propane
2
Tested for 100 psi.
ASME Working
Pressure
Safety Symbols
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE
INSTALLING.
The following defined symbols are used throughout
this manual to notify the reader of potential hazards
of varying risk levels.
WARNING
DANGER
!
Keep boiler area clear and free from
combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, WILL result in death or
serious injury.
DO NOT obstruct air openings to the
boiler room.
WARNING
!
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
!
CAUTION
!
Modification, substitution or elimination
of factory equipped, supplied or specified
components may result in property
damage, personal injury or the loss of
life.
To the owner: Installation and service
of this boiler must be performed by a
qualified installer.
To the installer: Leave all instructions
with the boiler for future reference.
Indicates a hazardous situation which,
if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
NOTICE
When this product is installed in the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts the
installation must be performed by a
Licensed Plumber or Licensed Gas Fitter.
Indicates information which should be
followed to ensure proper installation and
operation.
WARNING
!
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All installations of boilers and venting
should be done only by a qualified expert
and in accordance with the appropriate
Utica Boilers Installation, Operation
and Maintenance manual. Installing
or venting a boiler or any other gas
appliance with improper methods or
materials may result in serious injury
or death due to fire or to asphyxiation
from poisonous gases such as carbon
monoxide which is odorless and invisible.
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
•FOR INSTALLATION ON NONCOMBUSTIBLE
FLOORS ONLY. *The boiler must not be installed
on carpeting. Minimum clearances to combustible
construction are:
WARNING
!
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance can
cause injury.
Minimum Clearances to Combustible Construction
•The installation must conform to the requirements
of the authority having jurisdiction or, in absence
of such requirements, to the latest revision of the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
Reference should also be made to local gas utility
regulations and other codes in effect in the area
that the installation is to be made.
Top
24 inch
Front
Alcove
Flue collector
6 inch
Rear
18 inch
Sides
6 inch
Note: Greater clearances for access should supersede
fire protection clearance.
•Where required by the authority having
jurisdiction, the installation must conform to the
Standard for for Controls and Safety Devices For
Automatically Fired Boilers, ANSI/ASME CSD-1.
•This boiler is classified as a Category I appliance
and the vent installation shall be in accordance
with “Venting of Equipment” of the National Fuel
Gas Code noted above or applicable provisions of
the local building codes. See Vent Installation on
page 8.
•This boiler meets safe lighting and other
preference criteria with the gas manifold and
control assembly provided on the boiler per the
latest revision of ANSI Z21.13.
•This boiler shall be installed such that the gas
ignition system components are protected from
water (dripping, spraying, rain, etc.) during
appliance operation and service, (circulator
replacement, condensate trap, control
replacement, etc.).
•LOCATE BOILER on level, solid base as near
chimney as possible and centrally located with
respect to the heat distribution system as
practical.
•ALLOW 24 inches at the front and right side for
servicing and cleaning.
•When installing in a utility room, the door should
be wide enough to allow the largest boiler part
to enter, or to permit replacement of another
appliance such as a water heater.
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VENTILATION & COMBUSTION AIR
B. Known Air Infiltration Rate. See Table 1
for space with boiler only. Use equation
for multiple appliances. Do not use an air
infiltration rate (ACH) greater than 0.60.
WARNING
!
Air openings to combustion area must
not be obstructed. Following instructions
below, adequate combustion air can be
maintained.
Volume ≥ 21 ft3⁄ACH x Total Input [Mbh]
C. Refer to National Fuel Gas Code for opening
requirements between connected indoor
spaces.
Provide combustion air and ventilation air in
accordance with the section “Air for Combustion and
Ventilation,” of the National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI
Z223.1 / NFPA 54, or applicable provisions of local
building codes.
•All Outdoor Air. Provide permanent opening(s)
communicating directly or by ducts with outdoors.
A. Two Permanent Opening Method. Provide
opening commencing within 12 inches of top
and second opening commencing within 12
inches of bottom of enclosure.
Provide make-up air where exhaust fans, clothes
dryers, and kitchen ventilation equipment interfere
with proper operation.
National Fuel Gas Code recognizes several methods
of obtaining adequate ventilation and combustion air.
Requirements of the authority having jurisdiction may
override these methods.
…… Direct communication with outdoors or
communicating through vertical ducts.
Provide minimum free area of 1 in² per 4
Mbh of total input rating of all appliances
in enclosure.
•Engineered Installations. Must be approved by
authority having jurisdiction.
…… Communicating through horizontal ducts.
Provide minimum free area of 1 in² per 2
Mbh of total input rating of all appliances
in enclosure.
•Mechanical Air Supply. Provide minimum of
0.35 cfm per Mbh for all appliances located
within space. Additional requirements where
exhaust fans installed. Interlock each appliance
to mechanical air supply system to prevent main
burner operation when mechanical air supply
system not operating.
B. One Permanent Opening Method. Provide
opening commencing within 12 inches of top
of enclosure. Provide minimum clearance of
1 inch on sides/back and 6 inches on front
of boiler (does not supersede clearance to
combustible materials).
•All Indoor Air. Calculate minimum volume for all
appliances in space. Use a different method if
minimum volume not available.
C. Refer to National Fuel Gas Code for additional
requirements for louvers, grilles, screens and
air ducts.
A. Standard Method. Cannot be used if known
air infiltration rate is 0.40 air changes per
hour. See Table 1 for space with boiler only.
Use equation for multiple appliances.
•Combination Indoor and Outdoor Air. Refer
to National Fuel Gas Code for application
information.
Volume ≥ 50 ft3 x Total Input [Mbh]
Table 1 - Minimum Room Volume, Indoor Air Only*
Known Air Infiltration Rate Method (Air Changes Per Hour)
Input Mbh
Standard
Method
0.1
.02
.03
.04
.05
.06
112.5
5625
23625
11813
7875
5906
4725
3938
150
7500
31500
15750
10500
7875
6300
5250
187
9350
39270
19635
13090
9818
7854
6545
255
11250
47250
23625
15750
11813
9450
7875
262.5
13125
55125
27563
18375
13781
11025
9188
300
15000
63000
31500
21000
15750
12600
10500
* Table values based on boiler only. Add volume for any additional appliances.
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CONNECTING SUPPLY AND RETURN PIPING
•Suggested piping for steam heating system can
be seen in figure 1 below. Actual piping may vary
based on system design and local conditions.
•Suggested piping for a modular steam boiler can
be seen in figures 2 and 3 on page 7. Actual
piping may vary based on system design and local
conditions.
•Refer to pages 21 & 22 for procedures on cleaning
and skimming off impurities.
•"Near Boiler Piping" is crucial for proper
performance of a replacement steam boiler and
should always be considered as part of the boiler
installation. Always be sure to include cleanout and skimming tees in the near boiler piping.
These "Tees" are necessary for proper cleaning
and servicing of the boiler.
•For further piping information refer to the I=B=R
installation piping guide.
Figure 1 - SUGGESTED PIPING FOR A SINGLE STEAM BOILER HEATING SYSTEM
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CONNECTING SUPPLY AND RETURN PIPING
Figure 2 - SUGGESTED PIPING FOR A MODULAR STEAM BOILERS - Pumped Returns
Figure 3 -SUGGESTED PIPING FOR A MODULAR STEAM BOILERS - Gravity Returns
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VENT INSTALLATION
WARNING
!
WARNING
Boiler shall not be connected to any
portion of mechanical draft system
operating under positive pressure.
!
•The vent pipe must slope upward from the boiler
not less than 1/4 inch for every 1 foot to the vent
terminal.
•Horizontal portions of the venting system shall be
supported rigidly every 5 feet and at elbows. No
portion of the vent pipe should have dips or sags.
Installations of boilers and venting
should be done only by a qualified expert
and in accordance with the appropriate
Utica Boiler’s Installation, Operation
and Maintenance Manual. Installing
or venting a boiler or any other gas
appliance with improper methods or
materials may result in serious injury
or death due to fire or to asphyxiation
from poisonous gases such as carbon
monoxide which is odorless and invisible.
Figure 4 Blocked Vent Safety Switch
•This boiler series is classified as a Category I
appliance and the vent installation shall be in
accordance with “Venting of Equipment” of the
National Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223./NFPA, or
applicable provisions of the local building codes.
•Inspect chimney to make certain it is constructed
according to National Board of Fire Underwriters.
•Attach draft hood to flue collector at rear of
boiler, (See figure 4, below), with sheet metal
screw(s) through hole(s) provided. The vent
or vent collector shall be Type B or metal pipe
having resistance to heat and corrosion not less
than that of galvanized sheet steel or aluminum
not less than 0.016 inch thick (No. 28 GA). Do not
modify draft hood.
•Connect flue pipe same as draft hood to chimney.
Bolt or screw joints together to avoid sag. Flue
pipe should not extend beyond inside wall of
chimney. Do not install manual damper in flue
pipe or reduce size of flue outlet except as
provided by the latest revision of ANSI Z223.1.
Protect combustible ceiling and walls near flue
pipe with fireproof insulation. Where two or more
appliances vent into a common flue, the area of
the common flue must be at least equal to the
area of the largest flue plus 50 percent of the
areas of each additional flue.
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VENT SYSTEM MODIFICATION
When an existing boiler is removed from a common
venting system, the common venting system is likely
to be too large for the proper venting of the appliances
remained connected to it. If this situation occurs, the
following test procedure must be followed:
•Place in operation the appliance being inspected.
Follow the lighting instructions. Adjust thermostat
so appliance will operate continuously.
•Test for spillage at the draft hood relief opening
after 5 minutes of main burner operation. Use
the flame of a match or candle, or smoke from a
cigarette, cigar or pipe.
At the time of removal of an existing boiler, the
following steps shall be followed with each appliance
remaining connected to the common venting system
placed in operation, while the other appliances
remaining connected to the common venting system
are not in operation.
•After it has been determined that each appliance
remaining connected to the common venting
system properly vents when tested as outlined
above, return doors, windows, exhaust fans,
fireplace dampers, and any other gas burning
appliance to their previous condition of use.
•Seal any unused openings in the common venting
system.
•Visually inspect the venting system for proper
size and horizontal pitch and determine there is
no blockage or restriction, leakage, corrosion and
other deficiencies which could cause an unsafe
condition.
•Any improper operation of the common venting
system should be corrected so the installation
conforms with the latest revision of the National
Fuel Gas Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54. When resizing any portion of the common venting system,
the common venting system should be re-sized
to approach the minimum size as determined
using the appropriate tables in Chapter 13 of the
National Gas Fuel Code, ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54.
•Insofar as is practical, close all building doors
and windows and all doors between the space in
which the appliances remaining connected to the
common venting system are located and other
spaces in the building. Turn on clothes dryers
and any appliance not connected to the common
venting system. Turn on any exhaust fans, such
as range hoods and bathroom exhausts, so they
will operate at maximum speed. Do not operate a
summer exhaust fan. Close fireplace damper.
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VENT DAMPER INSTALLATION
Vent Damper Installation
7. Clearance of not less than 6 inches between
Vent Damper and combustible construction must
be maintained. Additional clearance should be
allowed for service of the Vent Damper.
Note: Refer To Figure 5 Below For Steps 1-7
1. Place Vent Damper on or as close to vent outlet of
8. Vent Damper must be in open position when
2. Remove Locknut from connector at the free end
9. The Vent Damper position indicator must be in a
3. Feed Damper connector and Damper wire harness
10. The thermostats heat anticipator must be
boiler as possible. Do not modify vent damper.
of the Damper wire harness.
through bracket hole on Damper Motor frame.
appliance main burners are operating.
visible location following installation.
adjusted to match the total current draw of
all controls associated with the boiler during a
heating cycle.
4. Replace and tighten locknut onto Damper wire
harness connector.
5. Plug Damper connector into socket on Damper
11. The Vent Damper wire harness may be removed
and installed in flexible metal conduit if local
codes or jurisdiction requires. If this is necessary,
the flexible metal conduit must be mounted to
a J-box and all appropriate connections must be
made to this J-box.
Motor frame.
6. Ensure that only the boiler is serviced by the Vent
Damper. See figure 6.
Figure 5 - Standard Vent Damper Installation
Figure 6 - Alternate Vent Damper Installation
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CONNECTING GAS SERVICE
•Connect gas service meter to control assembly in
accordance with the latest revision of the National
Fuel Gas Code ANSI Z223.1/NFPA 54 and local
codes or utility.
Figure 7 Gas Drip Let
Install manual valve
within 6 ft. (183cm)
of the boiler and 5ft
(152cm) above the
floor where required
by local codes.
•Ground joint union should be installed for easy
removal of gas control for servicing.
•Drip or trap must be installed at the bottom of a
vertical section of piping at the inlet to the gas
valve.
•Pipe compound resistant to the action of liquefied
petroleum gases must be used on all threaded
pipe connections.
3” (8cm)
Minimum
•Check with the local utility for location of manual
shutoff valve if required. See figure 7.
Drip Leg
•Gas line should be of adequate size to prevent
undue pressure drop and never smaller than the
pipe size of the main gas control valve.
To Gas Control Inlet
•Boiler and its gas connection must be leak tested
before placing the boiler in operation. To check
for leaks in gas piping, use a soap and water
solution or other approved method.
!
WARNING
Do not use an open flame.
•Boiler and its individual shutoff valve must be
disconnected from the gas supply piping system
during any pressure testing of that system at
test pressures in excess of 1/2 psi (3.5 kPa). The
boiler must be isolated from the gas supply piping
system by closing its individual manual shutoff
valve during any pressure testing of the gas
supply piping system at test pressures equal to or
less than 1/2 psig (3.5 kPa).
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ELECTRICAL WIRING
SEE PAGE 14 FOR WIRING DIAGRAMS AND COMPONENT CODING
Electrical wiring must conform with the latest revision
of the National Electrical Code, ANSI/NFPA No. 70 and/
or local authority having jurisdiction.
WARNING
!
Boiler, when installed, must be electrically
bonded to ground in accordance with
the requirements of the authority having
jurisdiction or, in the absence of such
requirements, with the National Electrical
Code, ANSI/NFPA 70.
Install a fused disconnect switch between
boiler and meter at a convenient location.
THERMOSTAT INSTALLATION
•Thermostat should be installed on an inside wall
at least two feet from a non-insulated or outside
wall, approximately four feet above the floor.
•NEVER install a thermostat on an outside wall.
•Do not install a thermostat where it will be
affected by:
A.
Drafts
B.
Hot or cold pipes
C.
Sun light
D.
Lighting fixtures
E.
Television
F.
Fireplace or chimneys
•Check thermostat operation by raising and
lowering thermostat as required to start and stop
the burners.
•Instructions for the final adjustment of the
thermostat are packaged with the thermostat
(adjusting heating anticipator, calibration, etc.).
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WIRING DIAGRAMS AND COMPONENT CODING
CAUTION
!
Label all wires prior to disconnection when servicing controls. Wiring errors can cause
improper and dangerous operation.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
STEAM CONTROL AND INTERMITTENT IGNITION WIRING FOR PEG SERIES BOILER
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WIRING DIAGRAMS AND COMPONENT CODING
TH-1
TH-2
TH-3
TR-1
TR-2
MGV
LGV
LGV-1
PS
MR-PS
SD
COMPONENT CODE
1 K
1 K1
1 K2
LS
MS
CIR
ECO
LWCO
EWF
PG
PSC
THERMOSTAT (MILLIVOLT)
THERMOSTAT (24 VOLT)
THERMOSTAT (LINE VOLTAGE)
TRANSFORMER (120V/24V 40VA)
TRANSFORMER (120V/24V 50VA)
MILLIVOLT GAS VALVE
24 VOLT GAS VALVE
24 VOLT GAS VALVE
PRESSURE SWITCH
MANUAL RESET PRESSURE SW.
STACK DAMPER
CONTROL TERMINAL
RELAY COIL
RELAY CONTACTS
RELAY CONTACTS
LIMIT SWITCH
MANUAL SWITCH
CIRCULATOR
ENERGY CUT-OFF
LOW WATER CUT-OFF
ELECTRIC WATER FEEDER
POWER GENERATOR
PILOT SAFETY COIL
WIRE CONNECTION
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NOT ALL COMPONENTS LISTED ARE
USED IN ALL CONTROL SYSTEMS
LINE
LOW
LINE
LOW
WIRING
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
FACTORY
FACTORY
INSTALLER
INSTALLER
WIRING DIAGRAMS AND COMPONENT CODING
24 VOLT GAS CONTROL WITH ELECTRONIC LOW WATER CUT-OFF
COMPONENT CODE
TH-1
TH-2
TH-3
TR-1
THERMOSTAT (MILLIVOLT)
THERMOSTAT (24 VOLT)
THERMOSTAT (LINE VOLTAGE)
TRANSFORMER (120V/24V
40VA)
TR-2 TRANSFORMER (120V/24V
50VA)
MGV MILLIVOLT GAS VALVE
LGV
24 VOLT GAS VALVE
LGV-1 24 VOLT GAS VALVE
PS
PRESSURE SWITCH
MR-PS MANUAL RESET PRESSURE SW.
SD
STACK DAMPER
CONTROL TERMINAL
1 K
1 K1
1 K2
LS
MS
CIR
ECO
LWCO
EWF
PG
PSC
RELAY COIL
RELAY CONTACTS
RELAY CONTACTS
LIMIT SWITCH
MANUAL SWITCH
CIRCULATOR
ENERGY CUT-OFF
LOW WATER CUT-OFF
ELECTRIC WATER FEEDER
POWER GENERATOR
PILOT SAFETY COIL
WIRE CONNECTION
NOT ALL COMPONENTS LISTED
ARE USED IN ALL CONTROL
SYSTEMS
LINE
LOW
LINE
LOW
WIRING
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
VOLTAGE BY
FACTORY
FACTORY
INSTALLER
INSTALLER
NOTES:
1. Switches are shown in position
taken during the heating cycle.
2. If any of the original wiring
supplied with the boiler is
replaced, it must be replaced
with like wire, size, and type of
insulation or equivalent
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
•Do not use this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the appliance and to replace
any part of the control system and gas control
which has been under water.
WARNING
!
If you do not follow these instructions
exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing personal injury or loss of life.
Before any procedures are attempted on this
appliance, it is necessary to determine if the ignition
system is intermittent or continuous pilot system. If
you are uncertain, contact the manufacturer before
proceeding.
CAUTION
!
Before operating, make certain steam
boiler is full of water to water line
and system is vented of air. See the
operating lighting instructions.
LIGHTING PROCEDURE FOR BOILER WITH
INTERMITTENT PILOT SYSTEM.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR
INTERMITTENT PILOT SYSTEMS
1. STOP! Read all safety information starting on
this page.
2. Set thermostat to lowest setting.
3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
4. This appliance is equipped with an ignition device
which automatically lights the pilot. DO NOT try
to light the pilot by hand.
5. Remove access panel (if present)
6. Push in gas control knob slightly and turn
clockwise
to “OFF.”
7. Wait five (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you
then smell gas, STOP, Follow “B” in the safety
information “What To Do If You Smell Gas”. If you
don’t smell gas, go to the next step.
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING.
•This appliance is equipped with an ignition system
which automatically lights the pilot. Do not try to
light the pilot by hand.
8. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
•Before operating smell all around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor.
9. Replace control access panel (IF PRESENT).
10. Turn on all electric power to the appliance.
11. Set thermostat to desired setting.
12. If the appliance will not operate, follow the
to “ON.”
instructions “To Turn Off Gas To Appliance” and
call a qualified service technician or your gas
supplier.
CAUTION
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
13. Do not use this appliance if any part has been
under water. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the appliance and to replace
any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
Do not try to light any appliance.
!
Do not touch any electrical switch; do not
use any phone in your building.
Immediately call your gas supplier from
a neighbor’s phone. Follow gas supplier’s
instructions.
If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
•Use only your hand to push in or turn gas control
knob. Never use tools. If the knob will not push
in or turn by hand, don’t try to repair it, call a
qualified service technician. Force or attempted
repair may result in a fire or explosion.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
Figure 8 - Intermittent Pilot Gas Valve
LIGHTING PROCEDURE FOR BOILER WITH
CONTINUOUS PILOT SYSTEM.
FOR YOUR SAFETY READ BEFORE OPERATING.
•Read Warning on page 16.
•This appliance is equipped with a pilot which must
be lighted by hand. When lighting the pilot follow
these instructions exactly.
•Before operating smell all around the appliance
area for gas. Be sure to smell next to the floor
because some gas is heavier than air and will
settle on the floor. Follow Caution on page 16
for safety information for what do do if you smell
gas.
•Use only your hand to push in or turn gas control
knob or reset button. Never use tools. If knob or
reset button will not push in or knob will not turn
by hand, don’t try to repair it. Call a qualified
service technician. Force or attempted repair may
result in fire or explosion. See figure 9.
Figure 9 - Continuous Pilot Gas Valve
5. Turn gas control knob clockwise
6. Wait (5) minutes to clear out any gas. If you
smell gas, stop! Follow safety information “What
to do if you smell gas,” located on page 16 of this
manual. If you don’t smell gas, go to the next
step.
7. Find pilot. Follow metal tube from gas control.
Depending on the model of the boiler, pilot is
mounted on the base or on one of the burner
tubes.
8. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
9. Push in gas control knob, or reset button if so
equipped, all the way in and hold. Immediately
Light the pilot with a match. Continue to hold the
gas control knob or reset button for about one
(1) minute after the pilot is lit. Release knob or
button and it will pop back up. Pilot should remain
lit. If it goes out, repeat steps 5 through 9.
• If knob or button does not pop up when released, stop and immediately call your
service technician or gas supplier.
LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS FOR BOILER
WITH CONTINUOUS PILOT SYSTEM.
1. Stop! Read the safety information starting on
• If the pilot will not stay lit after several tries,
turn the gas control knob clockwise
to “off” (see note*) and call a service
technician or gas supplier.
page 17.
10 & 12).
to “pilot”.
•Do not use this appliance if any part has been
underwater. Immediately call a qualified service
technician to inspect the appliance and to replace
any part of the control system and any gas
control which has been under water.
2. Set thermostat to lowest setting.
3. Turn off all electric power to the appliance.
4. Remove manifold cover and burner door, (figures
to “off” (See Note #1).
NOTE: Some gas control knobs cannot be turned
from “pilot” to “off” unless knob is pushed in
slightly. Do not force.
10. Replace burner door and manifold cover, (figures
10 & 12).
11. Turn gas control knob counterclockwise
to “on”.
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LIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS
TO TURN OFF GAS TO APPLIANCE
3. Remove access panel (if present).
4. Turn gas control knob clockwise
to “off”.
NOTE: Some gas control knobs cannot be turned
from “pilot” to “off” unless knob is pushed in
slightly. Do not force. Do not force.
1. Set thermostat to lowest setting.
2. Turn off all electric power to appliance if service is
to be performed.
NORMAL SEQUENCE OF OPERATION
On a call for heat:
1. The thermostat will actuate completing the circuit
between T and T.
5. In the event the flow of combustion products
through the boiler venting system becomes
blocked, a blocked vent safety switch will shut the
main burner gas off (See figure 13 below).
2. The damper will then open thus closing the end
switch completing the circuit, and ignition will
begin.
3. In the event that the boiler steam pressure
6. In the event the flow of combustion products
through the flue-ways becomes blocked a flame
rollout switch will shut the main burner gas off.
See figure 10.
exceeds the pressure control setting, the pressure
control will interrupt the circuit to the boiler
ignition system. The power will remain off until
the steam pressure drops below the pressure
control setting.
4. In the event a low water condition occurs, an
automatic low water cut-off device will interrupt
the circuit to the ignition system until the low
water condition is satisfied, (i.e., manually restore
the water or utilize an electric water feeding
device which will automatically restore boiler
water to its normal operating level).
Figure 10 - Roll-Out Safety Switch
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CONNECTING SUPPLY AND RETURN PIPING, WATER CHILLED MEDIUM
1. Boiler, when used in connection with a refrig-
eration system, must be installed so the chilled
medium is piped in parallel with the boiler with
appropriate valves to prevent the chilled medium
from entering the boiler. See figure 11.
2. When the boiler is connected to heating coils
located in air handling units where they may be
exposed to refrigerated air circulation, the boiler
piping system MUST be supplied with flow control valves or other automatic means to prevent
gravity circulation of the boiler water during the
cooling cycle.
3. A hot water boiler installed above radiation level,
or as required by Authority having jurisdiction,
must be provided with a low water cutoff device
either as a part of the boiler or at the time of
boiler installation.
4. Suggested piping for steam heating system can
be seen in figure 1 on page 6. Actual piping may
vary based on system design and local conditions.
Figure 11 - Boiler with Refrigeration System
* Reduced pressure back-flow preventer must be present under provisions required by the Environmental
Protection Agency, (EPA).
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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
•During the heating season the drain valve, on the
bottom rear of the boiler, should be opened once
a month to flush out the boiler so the device will
be free to function properly. Use a pail to catch
the discharge.
•Before seasonal start up it is advisable to have
a competent service agency check the boiler for
soot and scale in the flues, clean the burners,
and check the gas input rate to maintain high
operating efficiency.
•On steam boilers make certain the boiler is filled
to the water line as indicated in figure 12. The
gauge cocks should be normally open. To remove
dirt from the gauge glass the petcock may be
opened to flush out the glass.
!
Discharge will be boiling hot water.
•If the water in a steam boiler appears to be
dirty or oily, or the water level in the gauge
glass fluctuates considerably, the boiler should
be cleaned and skimmed (See page 21 for
instructions). A competent service person will use
approved cleaning compounds and properly clean
and flush out the boiler. He/she should also clean
or replace air vents and traps, clean flue passages
and check for proper operation of all controls and
safety devices.
WARNING
Discharge will be boiling hot water.
•The radiator valves on a one-pipe steam system
must be either wide open or tightly shut. Do not
attempt to regulate room temperature by partially
closing the radiator valve.
•Air vents on steam radiators and the supply main
release air from the system. If radiators do not
heat satisfactorily, make sure the air vents are
clean and operational.
•Venting system should be inspected at the start
of each heating season. Check the vent pipe from
the boiler to the chimney for signs of deterioration
by rust or sagging joints. Repair if necessary.
Remove the vent pipe at the base of the chimney
or flue and, using a mirror, check for obstruction.
•The lever of the safety valve, shown in figure 12,
on the boiler should be operated periodically to
make sure that it is functioning properly.
•Boiler flue gas passageways may be inspected
by a light and mirror. Remove the burner access
door, (figure 12). Place a trouble lamp in the flue
collector through the draft-hood relief opening.
With the mirror positioned above the burners, the
flue gas passageways can be checked for soot or
scale.
WARNING
!
Discharge will be boiling hot water and
steam.
•The safety valve should open before the steam
pressure exceeds the 15 lb. reading on the gauge.
If this pressure is exceeded and the safety valve
does not open, it must be replaced. If the safety
valve leaks steam when the boiler is operating
at normal pressures, it should be immediately
replaced. Corrosion can build up rapidly at the
valve seat and prevent its functioning as a safety
device.
WARNING
!
Figure 12 - Burner Access Door
SAFETY RELIEF
LOW WATER
CUT OFF
DRAFT HOOD
PRESSURE CONTROL
GAUGE
28" W.L.
BURNER ACCESS DOOR
MAIN BURNERS
MAIN GAS VALVE
NOTE: MANIFOLD COVER NOT SHOWN
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CLEANing BOILER FLUE-WAYS
To Clean The Boiler Flue-ways:
1. Pilot: with main burner operating turn the
pilot gas adjusting screw clockwise
until pilot gas is turned off. See figures 8 and 9 on
page 17. Within 90 seconds the main gas control
should close, shutting off the gas to the main
burner. After checking pilot operation, relight
following lighting instructions on pages 16-17.
1. Remove the burners from the combustion
chamber by raising the burners upward from the
manifold orifices and pulling toward the front of
the boiler. To remove the burner with the pilot
burner attached, first disconnect the pilot line
tubing and thermocouple or pilot generator leads
at the main electric gas valve. Do not remove the
pilot line tubing at the pilot as the pilot burner
orifice may drop out and become damaged or
lost.
2. Pressure control - on steam boilers - remove
cover and note pressure setting. With the boiler
operating, decrease the setting. When setting
is lower than boiler pressure, the control will
open, closing the automatic main gas valve. After
checking pressure control, reset control to original
setting.
2. Disconnect the vent pipe from the draft hood.
3. Remove the draft hood. The draft hood is
attached to the flue collector at the top by sheet
metal screw(s).
4. Remove the top jacket panel. It is attached to the
3. Mechanical Low water cut-off: Operation may
checked by opening the blow-off valve located
in the lower portion of the body. This will drain
water quickly from the cut-off body and break
circuit to automatic main gas valve. Owner should
blow off this control at least once each month of
the heating season.
jacket by sheet metal screws.
5. Remove the flue collector from the boiler casting
by loosening the nuts on the “J” bolts at either
side of the flue collector.
6. Place a sheet of heavy paper or similar material
over the bottom of the combustion chamber
and brush down the flue passageways. The soot
and scale will collect on the paper and is easily
removed with the paper.
7. With the paper still in place in the combustion
chamber, clean the top of the boiler castings of
the boiler putty or silicone used to seal between
the castings and the flue collector. Make certain
chips are not lodged in the flue-ways.
8. When the cleaning process is completed, restore
the boiler components to their original position.
Use boiler putty or GE IS-808 silicone to seal
around the flue collector and castings. Make
certain the burner ends are inserted in the slots
at the back of the combustion chamber and well
down in position over the burner orifices. Follow
the lighting instructions on the boiler to put the
burners back in operation.
Check Safety Control Circuit, after burner
adjustments are made, for satisfactory operation.
!
Water will be boiling hot water.
4. Electronic Low Water Cut-off: Operation may be
checked by opening the drain valve in the back
side of the boiler. This will drain the water from
the boiler and break the electronic circuit to the
automatic gas valve.
IMPURITIES IN BOILER WATER of a steam
boiler may cause foaming and an unsteady water
line, or prevent steam generation. They may result
in objectionable odors escaping from the vents on
water boilers. This condition is caused by oil, grease,
and sediment from pipe fittings collecting within the
boiler and can be remedied only by giving the boiler a
thorough cleaning.
BOILERS CAN BE CLEANED by skimming or
blowing down.
CAUTION
CAUTION
!
WARNING
!
Label all wires prior to disconnection
when servicing controls. Wiring errors
can cause improper and dangerous
operation.
Verify proper operation after servicing.
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Boiler should not be left unattended
during cleaning process.
Maintaining Your Boiler
Skimming Off Impurities
•Some of the impurities in the boiler water will
float on the water and must be skimmed off.
Checking And Adjusting The Gas Ignition
Components
•The gas input to the boiler can be adjusted by
removing the protective cap on the pressure
regulator, see figure 8 or 9 , and turning
screw clockwise
to increase input and
counterclockwise
to decrease input.
•With the boiler empty and cool, slowly begin to
add water. After water has entered boiler - never
before - turn “on” main gas burners and adjust
flame at main manual shut-off valve so that the
water being added is kept just below boiling
point. Avoid boiling and turbulence. Gradually
raise hot water level to skimming tee, see
figure 1, installed at the supply outlet piping
of the boiler being careful not to raise it above
the opening of the tee. Skim until there are no
impurities. Repeat the process if necessary.
•Natural gas manifold pressure should be set
at approximately 3.5 inches water column.
Propane gas manifold pressure should be set at
approximately 10 inches water column.
•Manifold pressure is taken at the pressure tap on
the outlet side of the gas valve, see figures 8 and
9.
•Water may be checked to make sure it is free
from oil by drawing off a sample at the skimming
tee. If the sample is reasonably free from oil, it
will not froth when boiled on stove. This test does
not indicate the amount of sediment which may
lay in the bottom of the boiler. It is therefore
necessary that the boiler be further cleaned by
“blowing down”.
•Burner orifices should be changed if the final
manifold pressure varies more than plus or
minus 0.3 inch water column from the specified
pressure.
•To check for proper flow of natural gas to
boiler divide the input rate on the rating plate
by heating value of the gas as obtained from
the local gas company. This will determine the
number of cubic feet of gas required per hour.
With all other gas appliances off, determine the
flow of gas through the meter for two minutes
and multiply by 30 to get the hourly rate. Make
minor adjustments to the gas input as described
above.
Blowing Down Boiler
•Before blowing down the boiler, fill it to the water
line. Light burners and allow five pounds of steam
pressure to build up. Run a temporary connection
from one of the drain valves to a nearby sewer.
Connect to a drain valve on the opposite end of
the boiler from feed water inlet, if possible. Shut
off the gas burners, open drain valve and blow
down the entire contents of boiler.
• Primary air adjustment is not necessary,
therefore air shutters are not furnished as
standard equipment. Air shutters can be furnished
on request when required by local codes or
conditions.
•Allow boiler to thoroughly cool and slowly refill
to water line. Repeat step 2 as many times as
required until blow off water is clear. Owner
should blow down boiler at least once each month
of the heating season.
!
•A visual check of the main burners and pilot
flames should be made at the start of the heating
season and again at mid-season.
WARNING
Water will be boiling hot water.
•The main burner flame should have a well defined
inner blue mantel with a lighter blue outer
mantel. If the flame does not appear this way,
check the burner throats and burner orifices for
lint or dust obstruction. See figure 14.
Using Cleaning Compound
•If an exceptional amount of dirt or sludge seems
to be present in the boiler, a boiler cleaning
compound made by a reputable manufacturer
may be used according to the instructions of the
manufacturer of the compound. When any type of
cleaning compound is used, care must be taken to
thoroughly flush all traces of the compound out of
the boiler.
•The pilot flame should envelop 3/8 to 1/2 inch
of the tip of the pilot sensor. See figure 15.
To adjust the pilot flame, remove the pilot
adjustment screw and turn the inner adjustment
screw clockwise to decrease or counterclockwise
to increase pilot flame. See figures 8 and 9. Be
sure to replace cover screw after adjustment to
prevent possible gas leakage.
• Following blow down allow the boiler to cool. Add
fresh water slowly. Be certain to blow enough
times as required to remove compounds from
system.
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Maintaining Your Boiler
•The burners and pilot should be checked for
signs of corrosion, rust or scale build-up. Clean
corrosion and rust with wire brush or replace as
necessary.
Figure 13 - Gas Control Assembly
•The area around the boiler should be kept clear
and free of combustible materials, gasoline and
other flammable vapors and liquids.
•The free flow of combustion and ventilation air to
the boiler and boiler room should not be restricted
or blocked.
•It is suggested that a qualified service agency
be employed to make an annual inspection of
the boiler, vent system and low water cutoff
(including flushing of float types) and heating
system. They are experienced in making the
inspections outlined above and, in the event
repairs or corrections are necessary, can make
the proper changes for safe operation of the
boiler.
Figure 14 - Main Burner Flame
UTICA BOILERS, INC.
PART NO.:
A1128
VTB REV: 2
DRAWN BY:
DATE: 3/10/99 NOTE: DO NOT ALTER THIS MASTER
IGNITION ELECTRODE
Figure 15 - Pilot Burner Flame
PILOT FLAME
3/8" TO 1/2"
PILOT
BRACKET
MAIN
BURNER
PILOT BURNER
23
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS - BASE
ITEM # PART #
DESCRIPTION
OTY.
ITEM # PART #
32425303
OTY.
32425304
BASE PLATE PEG225C
32425305
BASE PLATE PEG262C
32425306
BASE PLATE PEG300C
5 5612501 BASE WITH INSUL PEG112C 1
5612502 BASE WITH INSULPEG150C
5612503 BASE WITH INSUL PEG187C
5612504 BASE WITH INSUL PEG225C
5612505 BASE WITH INSUL PEG262C
5612506 BASE WITH INSUL PEG300C
6 3342701 BURNER ASSY. W/ PILOT 1
BRACKET & SHUTTER
7 3342601
BURNER ASSY. W/SHUTTER
PEG112C - (5), PEG150 - (7), PEG187 - (9),
PEG 225 -(11), PEG262 - (13),PEG300 - (15)
8 32411302BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG112C1
32411303BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG150C
32411304BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG187C
32411305BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG225C
32411306BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG262C
32411307BRN ACCESS DOOR PEG300C
9 HW-005.01SCREW 1/4-20X1/2 SELF TAP
1 3542202
MANIFOLD PEG112C
1
3542203
MANIFOLD PEG150C
3542204
MANIFOLD PEG187C
3542205
MANIFOLD PEG225C
3542206
MANIFOLD PEG262C
3542207
MANIFOLD PEG300C
2 VG-008.07GAS VALVE VR8200H-3000 1
PEG112 & 150 24V
VG01102 GAS VALVE VR8204-3010
PEG112&150 SPARK
VG01103 GAS VALVE VR8304H4206
PEG187 - 300 SPARK
VG01201 VR8300H4006 PEG262C
PEG187 - 300 24V
3 352-1-1.03GAS ORIFICE #47-NATURAL
352-1-1.04 GAS ORIFICE #56-LP
PEG112C - (6), PEG150 - (8), PEG187 - (10),
PEG 225 -(12), PEG262 - (14), PEG300 - (16)
4 32425301
BASE PLATE PEG112C
32425302
BASE PLATE PEG150C
32425303
BASE PLATE PEG187C
DESCRIPTION
BASE PLATE PEG187C
24
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS - JACKETS
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
OTY.
1
2
3
4
5
31423001 SIDE PANEL LEFT (ALL) 1
31422802 FRONT PANEL PEG112C 1
31422803 FRONT PANEL PEG150C
31422804 FRONT PANEL PEG187C
31422805 FRONT PANEL PEG225C
31422806 FRONT PANEL PEG262C
31422807 FRONT PANEL PEG300C
31421002MANIFOLD COVER PEG112C 1
31421003MANIFOLD COVER PEG150C
31421004MANIFOLD COVER PEG187C
31421005MANIFOLD COVER PEG225C
31421006MANIFOLD COVER PEG262C
31421007MANIFOLD COVER PEG300C
31423002 SIDE PANEL RIGHT (ALL) 1
3442702 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG112C 1
3442703 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG150C
3442704 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG187C
3442705 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG225C
3442706 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG262C
3442707 FLUE COLLECTOR PEG300C
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
OTY.
6 344-2-1.02 DRAFT HOOD PEG112C 1
344-2-1.03 DRAFT HOOD PEG150C
344-2-1.04 DRAFT HOOD PEG187C
344-2-1.05 DRAFT HOOD PEG225C
344-2-1.06 DRAFT HOOD PEG262C
344-2-1.07 DRAFT HOOD PEG300C
7 31423302 REAR PANEL PEG112C
1
31423303 REAR PANEL PEG150C
31423304 REAR PANEL PEG187C
31423305 REAR PANEL PEG225C
31423306 REAR PANEL PEG262C
31423307 REAR PANEL PEG300C
8 240005972 DAMPER PEG112C 5"
1
240005973 DAMPER PEG150C 6"
240005974 DAMPER PEG187C 7"
240005975
D
AMPER PEG225C&262C 8"
240005976 DAMPER PEG300C 9"
9 31423502
TOP PANEL PEG112C
1
31423503
TOP PANEL PEG150C
31423504
TOP PANEL PEG187C
31423505
TOP PANEL PEG225C
31423506
TOP PANEL PEG262C
31423507
TOP PANEL PEG300C
25
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS - HEAT EXCHANGER
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
OTY.
1100-2-15.01 E-Left Hand Section
2100-2-14.01 E-Center Section
1
OTY.
13HW-003.02 NUT-1/4-20 HEX SLT 4
14HW-008.01WASH 5/16 FLAT STL ZP 2
PEG112C - (2), PEG150 - (3), PEG187 - (4),
PEG 225 -(5),
PEG262 - (6), PEG300 - (7)
3100-2-13.02 E-Right Hand Section 1
4 HW06901 NUT-5/16-18 WISLOCK 4
5HW-011.10TIE ROD 1/4X10.25 PEG112 2
HW-011.02TIE ROD 1/4X13 PEG150
HW-011.04TIE ROD 1/4X17 PEG187
HW-011.05TIE ROD 1/4X19 PEG225
HW-011.07TIE ROD 1/4X23 PEG262
HW-011.08TIE ROD 1/4X25 PEG300
6 PF-007.02
PIPE FIT PLG 2"
1
7251-1-2.00 J-BOLT 1/4-20X3.5/16 2
8 43300976
NIPPLE 2" MACH.
PEG112C - (4), PEG150 - (6), PEG187 - (8),
PEG 225 -(10),
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
PEG262 - (12),PEG300 - (14)
9HW-016.02
DRAIN LONG
1
10 1570001 VALVE, POP SAFETY 3/4" 1
11 1150001
COUPLING 3/4"
1
12PF-005.10 PIPE FIT NPL 3/4"X 6" 1
26
(Fully assembled heat exchangers.)
10022802
4 SECTION PEG112C
10022803
5 SECTION PEG150C
10022804
6 SECTION PEG187C
10022805
7 SECTION PEG225C
10022806
8 SECTION PEG262C
10022807
9 SECTION PEG300C
1
1
1
1
1
1
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS - FRONT PANEL CONTROLS
FRONT PANEL
SEE PAGE 25
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
OTY.
1 GA-004.00
GAUGE WTR LEVEL
2 PF-033.02
PIPE FIT NPL 1/2"X4"
3 WCO1901
ELWCO PS-802U-24
WITH PROBE
4 HW-006.02 POP RIVIT FLUE 3/16"
5 32421901
SENSOR BRACKET
6 AQ02101
CONTROL FIXED TEMP
(ONE ON DRAFT HOOD)
7 37513301
WIRE - ROLL OUT
8 HW06501
SCR 6X1/4" SLOT
9 753-1-3.00
90° SYPHON
1
1
1
2
1
2
ITEM PART
# NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
1
2
1
27
10 PF-025.01
1/4" TEE
11 PF-026.05
1/4" X 3" NIPPLE
12 GA-003.00
PRESSURE GAUGE
13 PF-027.01
1/4" ELBOW 90°
14 SS-001.01
PRESSURE SWITCH
15 PF-026.01 CLOSE NIPPLE 1/4" NPL
16 PF05601
PIPE FIT NPL 1/2"X3"
17 PF-034.01 1/2" BRASS COUPLING
OTY.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS
PEG-C REPLACEMENT PARTS - ELECTRICAL
FRONT PANEL
SEE PAGE 26
ITEM
NUMBER
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
PART
NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
EF-013.01
ELEC. J-BOX 4X4X1/2
37414401
WIRE PRES. SWITCH TO J-BOX 34"
37424501
HARNESS-ELWCO TO J-BOX 18"
PB00702
IGN WIRE 30" CIDE MODELS ONLY
37413602
HARNESS IGN. MOD. TO GAS VALVE 12"
PB00604
SPK CTL S8600M1013
37413201
WIRE SPILL SWITCH 47"
37413801
WIRE J-BOX TO CONTROLS 27"
EF03601
WIRE CLAMP #3600 WHITE
37413002
WIRE TRANSFORMER (WHITE) 15"
37413001
WIRE TRANSFORMER (BROWN) 15"
3641601
TRANSFORMER ASSEMBLY 24V
37413101
DAMPER CABLE 53"
3641501
ELEC 4"X4" COVER/TERM STRIP
28
OTY.
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
RATINGS, DATA, AND DIMENSIONS
NATURAL GAS STEAM BOILERS
Boiler
Number
&
Damper
Input
Btu/Hr.
Heating
Capacity
Btu/Hr.
Net I=B=R
Steam Rating
Btu/Hr.
Sq.
Ft.
67,500
281
Dimensions
Gas
Inlet
Size
Water Content
(Gallon
Capacity)
Annual Fuel
Utilization
Efficiency
(AFUE)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
To
Water
Line
To
LWCO
Line
Elec.
Ign.
Std.
Pilot
½
14¼
27⅝
24⅛
5
3½
6
44¾
4.8
3.0
81.0
78
PEG112C
112,500
90,000
PEG150C
150,000
120,000
90,000
375
½
17⅛
28⅝
24⅝
6
4
6½
45¼
6.0
3.7
81.0
78
PEG187C
187,000
151,000
113,300
472
½
20
29⅝
25⅛
7
4½
7
45¾
7.0
4.4
81.0
78
13
PEG225C
225,000
181,000
135,800
556
¾
22 /16
30⅝
25⅝
8
5
8
46¾
8.4
5.0
81.0
78
PEG262C
262,500
212,000
159,000
663
¾
25⅝
30⅝
25⅝
8
5
8
46¾
9.5
5.8
81.0
78
PEG300C
299,999
243,000
182,300
760
¾
28⅛
31⅝
26⅛
9
5½
10
48¾
10.7
6.4
81.0
78
NOTE: For altitudes above 2,000 ft. ratings should be reduced at the rate of 4% for each 1,000 ft. above sea level,
The MEA number for the PEG series is 17-79.
Electrical service to be 120 Volts, 15 Amps, 60 Hz.
**For equivalent square feet of radiation, divide I=B=R output by 240.
STANDARD EQUIPMENT: Crafted Boiler, Drafthood, Low Water Cut-off (Probe Type), Deluxe Jacket, Wiring, Automatic
Vent Damper, Ported Stainless Steel Burners, Blocked Vent and Roll-Out Safety Switches, Gas Valve, Pilot, Pressure
High Limit Control, 2-2" Supply Tapping-L.H. Plugged, 2-2" Return Tappings-L.H. Plugged. Packed in Separate
Carton:Pop Safety Valve and Boiler Drain.
OPTIONAL EQUIPMENT: Electronic water feeder
The Ratings marked “Net I=B=R” indicate the amount of equivalent direct cast iron radiation each boiler will take care
of under normal conditions and thermostatic control. The Net I=B=R Steam Ratings shown are based on a piping
and pickup allowance of 1.333. Proper allowance has been made for piping and pickup in accordance with the factors
shown in the I=B=R Standard as published by The Hydronics Institute.
Selection of boiler size should be based upon Net BTU per Hour of the connected radiation and piping.
The manufacturer should be consulted before selecting a boiler for installations having unusual piping and pickup
requirements.
In line with it's policy of product improvement, Utica Boilers reserves the right to make changes without notice.
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Installation notes
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Installation notes
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