S1 Turbo - PTH Hout-CV
Installation Instructions
Fire wood boiler S1 Turbo
Translation of the original German installation instructions for technicians
Read and follow the instructions and safety information!
Technical changes, typographical errors and omissions reserved!
M1470113_en | Edition 17/09/2013
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
1
General
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2
Safety
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2.1
Hazard levels of warnings
5
2.2
Qualification of assembly staff
6
2.3
Protective equipment for assembly staff
6
2.4
Design Information
7
2.4.1
General standards for heating systems
Standards for structural and safety devices
Standards for heating water
Standards for permitted fuels
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2.4.2
2.4.3
2.4.4
2.4.5
2.4.6
2.4.7
2.4.8
Installation and approval of the heating system
General information for installation room (boiler room)
Requirements for central heating water
Notes for using pressure maintenance systems
Return lift
Combination with storage tank
Chimney connection/chimney system
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Technology
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3.1
Dimensions
14
3.2
Components and connections
15
3.3
Technical specifications
16
4
Assembly
18
4.1
Materials supplied
18
4.2
Positioning
18
4.3
Temporary storage
19
4.4
Setting up in the boiler room
19
4.5
Before Installation
21
4.6
Installing the boiler
26
4.1.1
4.4.1
4.4.2
4.5.1
4.5.2
4.5.3
4.6.1
4.6.2
4.6.3
4.6.4
4.6.5
4.6.6
2
Notes on standards
Draught limiter
Boiler data for planning the flue gas system
Tools required
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Removing boiler from pallet
Minimum distances in the boiler room
Changing the stop of the fuel loading door and the combustion chamber door
Checking the seal on the doors
Positioning the doors
Assembly overview
Installing the induced draught fan
Installing the insulation
Fitting the air control
Variant 1 - Fitting the servo-motor
Variant 2 - Fitting the manual controller
Fitting the controller box
Fitting the broadband probe, flue gas temperature sensor and STL
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4.6.7
4.6.8
Attaching the induced draught cable
Installing the insulated door
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4.7
Electrical connection and wiring
40
4.8
Connecting the hydraulic safety devices
43
4.9
Installing the WOS system (optional)
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5
Start-up
49
5.1
Before commissioning / configuring the boiler
49
5.2
Initial startup
50
4.7.1
4.7.2
5.2.1
Information on circulating pumps
Concluding work
Permitted fuels
Firewood
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5.2.2
Fuels permitted under certain conditions
51
5.2.3
5.2.4
Non-permitted fuels
Heating up for the first time
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Decommissioning
56
6.1
Mothballing
56
6.2
Disassembly
56
6.3
Disposal
56
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Appendix
57
7.1
Pressure equipment regulation
57
7.2
Technical specifications - Lambda control with partial load values
58
7.3
Addresses
59
7.3.1
7.3.2
Wood briquettes
Boiler with Lambda control
Boiler with manual controller
Address of manufacturer
Address of the installer
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General
1 General
Thank you for choosing a quality product from Froling. The product features a state-ofthe-art design and conforms to all currently applicable standards and testing guide‐
lines.
Please read and observe the documentation provided and always keep it close to the
system for reference. It contains important safety information and all the operation and
maintenance specifications needed to operate the system safely, properly, environ‐
mentally friendly and cost-effectively.
The constant further development of our products means that there may be minor dif‐
ferences from the pictures and content. If you discover any errors, please let us know:
[email protected]
Subject to technical change.
Issuing a delivery cer‐
tificate
4
The EC Declaration of Conformity is only valid in conjunction with a delivery certificate,
which has been filled in correctly and signed as part of the commissioning process.
The original document remains at the installation site. Commissioning installers or
heating engineers are requested to return a copy of the delivery certificate together
with the guarantee card to Froling. On commissioning by FROLING Customer Service
the validity of the delivery certificate will be noted on the customer service record.
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Hazard levels of warnings
2 Safety
2.1 Hazard levels of warnings
This documentation uses warnings with the following hazard levels to indicate direct
hazards and important safety instructions:
DANGER
The dangerous situation is imminent and if measures are not observed it will lead
to serious injury or death. You must follow the instructions!
WARNING
The dangerous situation may occur and if measures are not observed it will lead
to serious injury or death. Work with extreme care.
CAUTION
The dangerous situation may occur and if measures are not observed it will lead
to minor injuries or damage to property.
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Qualification of assembly staff
2.2 Qualification of assembly staff
CAUTION
Assembly and installation by untrained personnel:
Risk of personal injury and damage to property.
During assembly and installation:
❒ Observe the instructions and information in the manuals
❒ Only allow trained staff to carry out assembly and installation
Assembly, installation, initial startup and servicing must always be carried out by quali‐
fied personnel:
- Heating technician / building technician
- Electrical installation technician
- Froling customer services
The assembly staff must have read and understood the instructions in the documenta‐
tion.
2.3 Protective equipment for assembly staff
You must ensure that staff have the protective equipment specified by accident pre‐
vention regulations.
▪ For transportation, setup and assembly:
- suitable workwear
- protective gloves
- sturdy shoes
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2.4 Design Information
2.4.1 Notes on standards
The system must be installed and commissioned in accordance with the local fire and
building regulations. The following standards and regulations should always be ob‐
served:
General standards for heating systems
EN 303-5
Boilers for solid fuels, manually and automatically fed combus‐
tion systems, nominal output up to 300 kW
EN 12828
Heating systems in buildings - Design of water-based heating
systems
EN 13384-1
Chimneys - Thermal and fluid dynamic calculation methods
Part 1: Chimneys serving one appliance
ÖNORM M 7510-1
Guidelines for checking central heating systems
Part 1: General requirements and one-off inspections
ÖNORM M 7510-4
Guidelines for checking central heating systems
Part 4: Simple check for heating plants for solid fuels
Standards for structural and safety devices
ÖNORM H 5170
Heating installation - Requirements for construction and safety
engineering, as well as fire prevention and environmental pro‐
tection
Standards for heating water
ÖNORM H 5195-1
Prevention of damage by corrosion and scale formation in
closed warm water heating systems at operating temperatures
up to 100 °C (Austria).
VDI 2035 Sheet 1
Prevention of damage in water heating systems - Scale forma‐
tion in domestic water heating systems and hot water heating
systems (Germany)
SWKI 97-1
Water quality for heating, steam, cooling and air conditioning
systems (Switzerland)
D.P.R. no. 412
Regulations for the planning, installation, running/operation and
maintenance of heating systems in buildings to reduce energy
consumption with reference to Article 4, Comma 4 of the Legis‐
lative Decree of 9 January 1991, No. 10 (Italy)
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Standards for permitted fuels
EN 14961-3
Solid bio-fuel - Fuel specifications and classes
Part 2: Wood briquettes for non-industrial use
EN 14961-5
Solid bio-fuel - Fuel specifications and classes
Part 5: Firewood for non-industrial use
1. BImSchV
First Ordinance of the German Federal Government for imple‐
mentation of the Federal Emission Protection Law, BGBl. I P.
491, in the applicable version.
2.4.2 Installation and approval of the heating system
The boiler should be operated in a closed heating system. The following standards
govern the installation:
Note on standards
ÖNORM / DIN EN 12828 Heating Systems in Buildings
NOTICE! Each heating system must be officially approved.
The appropriate supervisory authority (inspection agency) must always be informed
when installing or modifying a heating system, and authorisation must be obtained
from the building authorities:
Austria: Inform the civic/municipal building authorities.
Germany: Notify an approved chimney sweep and the building authorities.
2.4.3 General information for installation room (boiler room)
Boiler room characteristics
▪ There must not be a potentially explosive atmosphere in the boiler room as the
boiler is not suitable for use in potentially explosive environments.
▪ The boiler room must be frost-free.
▪ The boiler does not provide any light, so the customer must provide sufficient light‐
ing in the boiler room in accordance with national workplace design regulations.
▪ When using the boiler over 2000 metres above sea level you should consult the
manufacturer.
▪ Danger of fire due to flammable materials.
No flammable materials should be stored near the boiler. Flammable objects (e.g.
clothing) must not be put on the boiler to dry.
▪ Damage due to impurities in combustion air.
Do not use any solvents or cleaning agents containing chlorine in the room where
the boiler is installed.
▪ Keep the air suction opening of the boiler free from dust.
Ventilation of the boiler room
Ventilation air for the boiler room should be taken from and expelled directly outside,
and the openings and air ducts should be designed to prevent weather conditions (foli‐
age, snowdrifts, etc.) from obstructing the air flow.
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Unless otherwise specified in the applicable building regulations for the boiler room,
the following standards apply to the design and dimensions of the air ducts:
Note on standards
ÖNORM H 5170 - Construction and fire protection requirements
2.4.4 Requirements for central heating water
The following standards and guidelines apply:
Note on standards
Austria:
ÖNORM H 5195-1
Germany:
VDI 2035
Switzerland:
SWKI 97-1
Italy:
D.P.R. no. 412
NOTICE! Note on filling with make-up water: Always bleed the filling hose before con‐
necting, in order to prevent air from entering the system.
Observe the standards and also follow the recommendations below:
❒ Max. cumulative value for alkaline earth: 1.0 mmol/l or 100 mg/l (corresponds to
5.6 dH)
❒ Use softened water as the make-up water
❒ Avoid leaks and use a closed heating system to maintain water quality during op‐
eration
2.4.5 Notes for using pressure maintenance systems
Pressure maintenance systems in hot-water heating systems keep the required pres‐
sure within predefined limits and balance out volume variations caused by changes in
the hot-water temperature. Two main systems are used:
Compressor-controlled pressure maintenance
In compressor-controlled pressure maintenance units, a variable air cushion in the ex‐
pansion tank is responsible for volume compensation and pressure maintenance. If
the pressure is too low, the compressor pumps air into the tank. If the pressure is too
high, air is released by means of a solenoid valve. The systems are built solely with
closed-diaphragm expansion tanks to prevent the damaging introduction of oxygen in‐
to the domestic hot water.
Pump-controlled pressure maintenance
A pump-controlled pressure maintenance unit essentially consists of a pressure-main‐
tenance pump, relief valve and an unpressurised receiving tank. The valve releases
hot water into the receiving tank if the pressure is too high. If the pressure drops below
a preset value, the pump draws water from the receiving tank and feeds it back into
the heating system. Pump-controlled pressure maintenance systems with open expan‐
sion tanks (e.g. without a diaphragm) introduce ambient oxygen via the surface of the
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water, exposing the connected system components to the risk of corrosion. These
systems offer no oxygen removal for the purposes of corrosion control as required by
VDI 2035 and in the interests of corrosion protection should not be used.
2.4.6 Return lift
If the hot water return is below the minimum return temperature, some of the hot water
outfeed will be mixed in.
CAUTION
Risk of dropping below dew point/condensation formation if operated without re‐
turn temperature control.
Condensation water forms an aggressive condensate when combined with com‐
bustion residue, leading to damage to the boiler.
Take the following precautions:
❒ Regulations stipulate the use of a return temperature control.
➥ The minimum return temperature is 60 °C. We recommend fitting some
sort of control device (e.g. thermometer).
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2.4.7 Combination with storage tank
Observe the regional regulations for using a storage tank!
Certain subsidy guidelines prescribe compulsory requirements for the installation of
storage tanks. Up-to-date information about individual subsidy guidelines can be found
at www.froeling.com.
General information
Channelling the heat generated by the Firewood boiler to a storage tank, can bring
major advantages, including:
❒ better utilisation of fuel
❒ more user-friendly operation in terms of reloading intervals
❒ maximum independence from instantaneous heating requirements
❒ minimal dirt in boiler and flue gas system
As the boiler’s minimum continuous heat output is 30% above the nominal heat out‐
put, we as boiler manufacturer are obliged under EN 303-5:2012, Section 4.4.6 to ad‐
vise that the Firewood boiler S1 Turbo must always be connected to a storage tank
with adequate storage capacity.
Certain countries have recommended storage capacities; these are listed below. The
specified values apply when the nominal heat output of the boiler corresponds to the
heating requirements of the building and a maximum of 50% of the nominal heat out‐
put can be dissipated to the building being heated under partial load conditions.
The storage tank capacity can be calculated according to EN 303-5:2012 using the fol‐
lowing formula:
VSp = 15TB x QN (1 - 0.3 x QH/Qmin)
VSp
QN
TB
QH
Qmin
Storage tank capacity in [l]
Nominal heat output of boiler in [kW]
Burn-off period of boiler in [h]1)
Heating load of building in [kW]
Minimum heat output of boiler in [kW] 2)
1. Sample combustion times for various fuels are provided in the technical data
2. The boiler’s minimum output is the lowest value of the output range in the technical data. If there is no minimum heat output specified, use
the nominal heat output (Qmin = QN)
NOTICE! EN 303-5:2012 stipulates that the storage tank capacity is at least 300l!
Austria
According to the relevant Austrian laws governing energy technology, which are based
on Art. 15a B-VG "Agreement on protective measures for small furnaces" (2012):
No storage tank is required on manually fed biomass boilers that have been positively
tested at both nominal load and partial load (below 50% of nominal load) to ensure
they adhere to the emissions limits specified in that agreement.
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Recommended storage tank capacity:
Recommended storage tank capacity1)
Unit
S1 Turbo 15
S1 Turbo 15S
S1 Turbo 20
[l]
1000
1000
1000
1. Values for calculating the capacity can be found in the technical data or the technical data with partial load inspection (if available)
Germany
The first BImSchV (Ordinance on small and medium-sized heating plants of 26 Janu‐
ary 2010, BGBl. I p. 38) stipulates a minimum water heat storage tank capacity of 55
litres per kilowatt of nominal heat output; a water heat storage tank with a capacity of
12 litres per litre of fuel loading chamber is recommended.
Recommended storage tank capacity:
Recommended storage tank capacity
1)
Unit
S1 Turbo 15
S1 Turbo 20
[l]
1000
1500
1. Values for calculating the capacity can be found in the technical data or the technical data with partial load inspection (if available)
For the correct dimensions of the storage tank and the line insulation
(e.g. in accordance with ÖNORM M 7510 or guideline UZ37) please consult your installer or
Froling.
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2.4.8 Chimney connection/chimney system
EN 303-5 specifies that the entire flue gas system must be designed to prevent, wher‐
ever possible, damage caused by seepage, insufficient feed pressure and condensa‐
tion. Please note in this respect that flue gas temperatures lower than 160K above
room temperature can occur in the permitted operating range of the boiler.
The flue gas temperatures (for clean systems) and additional flue gas values can be
found in the table below.
The connection between the boiler and the chimney system should be as short as
possible. The upward angle of the connection should not exceed 30 - 45°. Insulate the
connection. The entire flue gas system - chimney and connection - should be calcula‐
ted in accordance with EN 13384-1.
Local regulations and other statutory regulations also apply.
NOTICE! The chimney must be authorised by a smoke trap sweeper or chimney
sweep.
Draught limiter
The installation of a draught limiter is recommended.
NOTICE! Install the draught limiter directly under the mouth of the flue line, as the
pressure is constantly low at this point.
Boiler data for planning the flue gas system
Name
S1 Turbo
15
S1 Turbo
15S
S1 Turbo
20
Flue gas temperature at nominal load
°C
150
160
170
Flue gas temperature at partial load
°C
-
120
130
Flue gas mass flow at nominal load
kg/s
0.010
0.012
0.013
Flue gas mass flow at partial load
kg/s
-
0.006
0.007
Required feed pressure at nominal and
partial load
mbar
0.08
0.08
0.08
Maximum permissible feed pressure
Flue spigot diameter
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mm
130
130
130
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Dimensions
3 Technology
3.1 Dimensions
Dimen‐
sion
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Name
Unit
S1 Turbo
mm
1000
L
Length, boiler
L1
Total length incl. induced draught fan
1080
W
Width, boiler
685
H
Height, boiler
1235
H1
Total height incl. Flue gas nozzle
1290
H2
Height, flue spigot
1450
H3
Height, flow connection
1055
H4
Height, return connection
200
H5
Height, safety battery connection
1040
H6
Height, drainage connection
120
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Components and connections
3.2 Components and connections
Item
Name
Unit
S1 Turbo
1
Boiler flow connection
Inches
1
2
Boiler return connection
Inches
1
3
Drainage connection
Inches
½
4
Safety battery connection
Inches
½
5
Immersion sleeve for thermal discharge valve (sup‐
plied by the customer)
Inches
½
6
Flue spigot
mm
130
7
Immersion sleeve for boiler sensor and STL
Inches
½
8
Broadband probe connection
Inches
¾
9
Flue gas temperature sensor connection
Inches
½
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Technical specifications
3.3 Technical specifications
Name
Nominal heat output
S1 Turbo 15
S1 Turbo 20
15
20
kW
Electrical connection
230V / 50Hz / fused C13A
Power consumption at nominal load
W
37
42
3
3
kg
455
465
l
90
90
mbar
3.5 / 0.5
8.3 / 1.5
Power consumption in slumber mode
Weight of boiler incl. insulation and control
Total boiler capacity (water)
Water pressure drop (ΔT = 10 / 20 K)
Minimum boiler return temperature
°C
60
Maximum permitted operating temperature
90
Permitted operating pressure
Airborne sound level
bar
3
dB(A)
< 70
Permitted fuel as per EN 14961
Part 5: Firewood class A2 / D15 L50
Fuel loading door dimensions (width / height)
mm
350 / 360
350 / 360
Fuel loading chamber capacity
l
80
80
Combustion time 1) - Beech
h
4.9 - 7.0
3.5 - 5.0
3.0 - 4.2
2.1 - 3.0
Combustion time1) - Spruce
1. Values specified for combustion time are guideline values at nominal load and will vary depending on water content (15-25%) and fill level
(80-100%)
Test report data Lambda Control
Name
S1 Turbo 15
S1 Turbo 20
Testing institute
TÜV Austria
1)
TÜV Austria1)
Test report no.
13-UW/WelsEX-044/1
13-UW/WelsEX-044/2
20/03/2013
21/03/2013
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5
92.5
92.0
Date of issue
Boiler class as per EN 303-5:2012
Boiler efficiency
%
1. TÜV Austria Services GmbH, Geschäftsbereich Umweltschutz, Am Thalbach 15, A-4600 Thalheim/Wels
Test data - Emissions in [mg/MJ]1) (nominal load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/MJ
69
51
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/MJ
80
88
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/MJ
3
3
Dust
mg/MJ
8
10
1. The pollutant concentration is specified as a mass based on the energy content of the fuel fed to the combustion system in mg/MJ
Test data - Emissions in [mg/m³]1) (nominal load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/m³
102
75
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/m³
118
129
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/m³
5
5
Dust
mg/m³
11
15
1. Emissions values based on dry flue gas at standard temperature and pressure (0°C, 1013 mbar) with a volume content of oxygen of 13%
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Test report data Manual controller
Name
S1 Turbo 15
S1 Turbo 20
Testing institute
TÜV Austria
1)
TÜV Austria1)
Test report no.
13-UW/WelsEX-044/3
13-UW/WelsEX-044/4
18/06/2013
19/06/2013
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5
92,6
92,6
Date of issue
Boiler class as per EN 303-5:2012
Boiler efficiency
%
1. TÜV Austria Services GmbH, Geschäftsbereich Umweltschutz, Am Thalbach 15, A-4600 Thalheim/Wels
Test data - Emissions in [mg/MJ]1) (nominal load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/MJ
165
100
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/MJ
90
86
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/MJ
4
2
Dust
mg/MJ
8
10
1. The pollutant concentration is specified as a mass based on the energy content of the fuel fed to the combustion system in mg/MJ
Test data - Emissions in [mg/m³]1) (nominal load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/m³
243
147
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/m³
132
126
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/m³
6
4
Dust
mg/m³
11
14
1. Emissions values based on dry flue gas at standard temperature and pressure (0°C, 1013 mbar) with a volume content of oxygen of 13%
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Assembly
Materials supplied
4 Assembly
4.1 Materials supplied
The boiler comes on a pallet together with insulation, controller and accessories.
Some of the components come in cardboard packaging.
1
Boiler
Accessories (not pictured):
2
Insulation
▪ Induced draught and seals
3
Controller
▪ Cleaning devices
4.1.1 Tools required
The following tools are required for assembling the S1 Turbo:
❒ Spanner or box wrench set (widths across flats 8 – 32 mm)
❒ Allen key set
❒ Flat head and cross-head screw drivers
❒ Hammer
❒ Diagonal cutting pliers
❒ Half-round file
❒ Power drill or cordless screwdriver with Torx bit insert
4.2 Positioning
NOTICE
Damage to components if handled incorrectly
❒ Follow the transport instructions on the packaging.
❒ Transport components with care to avoid damage
❒ Protect the packaging against damp
❒ Pay attention to the pallet's centre of gravity when lifting
❒ Position a fork-lift or similar lifting device at the pallet and bring in the components
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Temporary storage
If the boiler cannot be brought in on the pallet:
❒ Remove the cardboard and remove the boiler from the pallet
⇨ See "Removing boiler from pallet" [page 19]
Positioning using a crane
❒ Attach the crane hook to the attachment point correctly and position the boiler
4.3 Temporary storage
If the system is to be assembled at a later stage:
❒ Store components at a protected location, which is dry and free from dust
➥ Damp and frost can damage components, particularly electric ones!
4.4 Setting up in the boiler room
4.4.1 Removing boiler from pallet
❒ Lift the cardboard box with the insulation off the pallet
❒ Remove the cardboard with the controller from the boiler and put in a safe place
❒ Undo the screws on the top frame of the pallet
➥ Two screws each on the right and left, front and back
❒ Remove the top frame of the pallet
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Setting up in the boiler room
❒ Undo the four screws which connect the side of the boiler to the bottom supports
of the pallet
❒ Lift the boiler using a fork-lift or similar lifting device with the appropriate load-bear‐
ing capacity and remove the bottom supports of the pallet
❒ Transport boiler to the intended position in the installation room
➥ Observe the minimum distances from other objects in the boiler room!
4.4.2 Minimum distances in the boiler room
▪ The system should generally be set up so that it is accessible from all sides allow‐
ing quick and easy maintenance.
▪ Regional regulations regarding necessary maintenance areas for inspecting the
chimney should be observed in addition to the specified minimum distances!
▪ Observe the applicable standards and regulations when setting up the system.
▪ Observe additional standards for noise protection
(ÖNORM H 5190 - Noise protection measures)
Dimen‐
sion
Name
Unit
S1 Turbo
A
Distance - front of boiler to wall
mm
800
W
Distance – side of boiler to wall
C
Distance – back to wall
D
Distance – side of boiler to wall
200 (500)1)
400
200 (500)1)
1. One side of the boiler (B or D) should be at least 500 mm from the wall to allow easy access for connecting the appliance and for mainte‐
nance work (e.g. induced draught).
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Before Installation
4.5 Before Installation
4.5.1 Changing the stop of the fuel loading door and the combustion chamber door
The boiler comes with the door stop on the right. If you want to change the side the
door stops are on, proceed as follows.
Changing the fuel loading door stop
The following example using the fuel loading door shows how to change the door stop.
The procedure is the same for changing the stop on the combustion chamber door.
❒ Open the fuel loading door
❒ Undo the bushing and screws on the handle and remove the handle
❒ Undo the retainer of the hinge pin at the top and bottom door hinge
➥ For example, use two screwdrivers to gently bend the retainer plate out to loos‐
en it
❒ Take out the top and bottom hinge pins
❒ Take off the fuel loading door
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❒ Remove the locking plate and hinge
➥ Do this by undoing the locking cam and lock nut
❒ Fit the hinge back onto the other side
❒ Attach the locking cam at the top and bottom as shown and secure with spacer
washer and lock nut
❒ Attach the locking plate to the other side
❒ Using the locking cam, spacer washer and lock nut secure at the top and bottom
as shown
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❒ Hang the door again with the stop on the other side
❒ Secure at the top and bottom with the hinge pins
❒ Refit the retainers to the top and bottom hinge pins
➥ Use, for example, two screwdrivers
❒ Refit the handle to the fuel loading door using bushing and screws
NOTICE! If the door stops have been changed, you must check the seal of the doors
and readjust if necessary.
⇨ See "Checking the seal on the doors" [page 24]
⇨ See "Positioning the doors" [page 25]
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4.5.2 Checking the seal on the doors
The example below shows how to check the seal on the fuel loading door. The proce‐
dure is the same for checking the seal on the combustion chamber door.
❒ Insert a sheet of paper at the side of the door stop at the top between the door and
the boiler
❒ Close the door
❒ Try to pull out the sheet of paper
➥ If the paper cannot be removed:
The door seal is OK and the settings are correct
➥ If the paper can be removed:
The door seal is not OK and will need to be reset
Increase the contact pressure at the locking cam:
⇨ See "Positioning the doors" [page 25]
❒ Check the seal again after positioning the doors
❒ Repeat the procedure at the side of the door stop at the bottom and at the side of
the door handle
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4.5.3 Positioning the doors
The example below shows how to position the fuel loading door. The procedure is the
same for positioning the combustion chamber door.
❒ Using an Allen key (13 mm), loosen the lock nuts on the locking cams at the top
and bottom
❒ Close the door
➥ With a gap of approx. 2 to 3 cm there must be a noticeable resistance
❒ If the resistance is too low or too high, move the locking cams backwards or for‐
wards using an Allen key (32 mm)
➥ The movement of the locking cams causes the hinged plate to move, allowing
the contact pressure to be adjusted
➥ Caution: Both locking cams (top and bottom) must be aligned in the same way
❒ Close the door
❒ If the door will not close, move the locking cams forward slightly
➥ Caution: Both locking cams (top and bottom) must be aligned in the same way
❒ Secure the lock nuts again
The locking plate can be moved in the same way using the locking cam at the side of
the door handle, allowing the contact pressure to be adjusted on this side
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4.6 Installing the boiler
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5
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14
20
18
9
12
15
13
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26
16
25
1
19
17
24
10
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4.6.1 Assembly overview
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Item
Quantity [units] Name
1
1
Kerafaser seal for induced draught unit housing
2
1
Welded part for induced draught unit housing
3
1
Fibre-glass seal for induced draught fan
4
1
Induced draught fan SPG ø180
5
1
Complete floor insulation
6
1
Thermal insulation for induced draught unit housing
7
13
Tension spring
8
1
Thermal insulation for insulating back panel
9
1
Insulating side panel, left, complete
10
1
Insulating side panel, right, complete
11
1
Heat insulation mat, top, front
12
1
Control, complete
13
1
Bracket with door contact switch
14
1
Cover plate, front
15
1
Cover plate for servo-motor
16
1
Controller, complete
17
1
Cable duct
18
1
Door bearing, left
19
1
Door bearing, right
20
1
Insulated door, front
21
1
Insulated back panel, complete
22
2
Induced draught cover plate
23
1
Heat insulation mat, top, side
24
1
Heat insulation mat, top, back
25
1
Controller lid, complete
26
1
Controller cover, complete
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4.6.2 Installing the induced draught fan
❒ Position the Kerafaser seal at the flange for the flue gas pipe
❒ Position the induced draught unit housing with the flue gas connection facing up
and secure with the four screws and spacer washers
❒ Secure the dowel pin at position 1
❒ Mount the fibre-glass seal for the induced draught fan on the dowel pin
❒ Position the induced draught fan and secure with the four screws and spacer
washers
4.6.3 Installing the insulation
NOTICE
Separate parts of the boiler are fitted with a protective film. This MUST be re‐
moved before assemby!
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❒ Slide the floor insulation under the boiler from the front
For WOS lever option
The next two steps should be performed if the boiler features a WOS lever:
❒ Remove the square plug at the front left of the boiler and replace with brass bush‐
ing
❒ Tighten the brass bushing with Allen wrench (27 mm)
❒ Insert the thermal insulation for induced draught and secure with the tension
springs
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❒ Position the rear thermal insulation at the back panel and secure to the boiler with
the tension springs
❒ Insert the bracket for the control in the right-hand insulating side panel and secure
with three screws
❒ Insert the bracket for the control in the left-hand insulating side panel
➥ Run the bracket diagonally from bottom to top
❒ Secure the bracket with three screws
❒ Attach the right and left insulating side panels of the boiler
➥ First fit the bottom to the side bolts
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❒ The left insulating side panel also needs to be fitted onto the front fastening bolt
❒ Secure the insulating side panels to the boiler with the bracket
➥ Only screw in the screws loosely
❒ Place top heat insulation mat on boiler
❒ Secure the control to the bracket on the left and right using screws
❒ Attach the hinge pins for the insulated door to the side of the door stop
❒ Measure the diagonals and align the insulating side panels so that the two diago‐
nals are the same
➥ Adjust the position of the side panels if necessary
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❒ Once the side panels have been aligned, secure the screws to the bracket
❒ Screw the outer screws into the insulating side panels
❒ Fit the bracket with door contact switch
4.6.4 Fitting the air control
Variant 1 - Fitting the servo-motor
❒ Turn the sliding valve for the air duct in an anti-clockwise direction as far as the
stop
❒ One of the pins of the air damper has to make contact with the left of the stop
screw (pos. 1)
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❒ Set the direction of rotation of the servo-motor (1) to left (L)
❒ Press the unlock key (2) and turn the drive for the shaft to the air duct (3) in an
anti-clockwise direction as far as the stop
❒ Place the servo-motor on the shaft and secure the motor with torque support
❒ Run the cable of the servo-motor through the cable duct to the controller
❒ Fit the cover plate for the air control
Variant 2 - Fitting the manual controller
❒ Turn the sliding valve for the air duct in an anti-clockwise direction as far as the
stop
❒ One of the pins of the air damper has to make contact with the left of the stop
screw (pos. 1)
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❒ Place the mounting plate for the manual controller on the shaft and secure with the
screws
❒ Place the manual controller on the shaft
➥ The arrow should be at the top right (see picture)
❒ Turn the manual controller to the right (see picture) and secure with the screw
➥ The exact position of the manual controller is set on initial start-up
⇨ See "Boiler with manual controller" [page 53]
➥ Fit the cover plate for the air control
4.6.5 Fitting the controller box
❒ Fit the cover plate beneath the control
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❒ Thread the cable of the servo-motor, door contact switch and control through the
hole on the bottom of the controller box
❒ Place the controller box on the boiler
❒ Secure the controller box with three screws incl. contact washers
❒ Align the controller box horizontally using the fourth screw at the back left
❒ Position the cable duct at the right edge of the insulating side
➥ Insert the cable duct attachment hook into the holes provided on the insulating
side panel
❒ Secure the cable duct at the back of the controller with screw incl. contact washer
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4.6.6 Fitting the broadband probe, flue gas temperature sensor and STL
❒ Unscrew the pre-installed bushing from the broadband probe
❒ Screw the bushing into the induced draught box and gently tighten
❒ Screw the broadband probe into the bushing and gently tighten using an Allen
wrench (22 mm)
❒ Screw in the brass bushing for the flue gas temperature sensor
❒ Push the flue gas temperature sensor in so that approx. 20 mm protrudes from the
housing and secure the position with the wing screw
❒ Run the cable from the broadband probe and flue gas temperature sensor to the
controller box via the cable duct
➥ Tuck any extra cable into the cable duct
❒ Push the boiler sensor and STL capillary into the pre-installed immersion sleeve
with the pressure spring during boiler outfeed
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4.6.7 Attaching the induced draught cable
❒ Fit the insulated back panel and secure with the screws
❒ Fit the cover plate for ID fan
❒ Run the induced draught cable through the hole in the insulated back panel to the
induced draught unit via the cable duct
➥ Tuck any extra cable into the cable duct
❒ Attach the two induced draught cables and secure with cable ties
4.6.8 Installing the insulated door
Right door stop
❒ Insert the door bearing provided for the right stop into the hole provided on the
right insulation side panel and secure with two screws
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❒ Fit the counter plate provided for magnetic latch to the left insulation side panel
❒ Hang the bottom of the insulated door onto the bolt of the door bearing
❒ Position the top of the insulated door and secure with the hinge pin
❒ Attach the caps on the ends of the control on each side
Left door stop
❒ Measure the distance from the hinge pin on the control to the left insulated side
panel
❒ Punch out the perforated flap for the door bearing on the left insulated side panel
using an appropriate tool (e.g. screwdriver)
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❒ Insert the door bearing provided for the left stop into this hole and secure under‐
neath with two screws
➥ The distance between the bolt and the door bearing must be exactly the same
as the distance of the hinge pin on the control
❒ Fit the counter plate for magnetic latch provided to the right insulation side panel
❒ Hang the bottom of the insulated door onto the bolt of the door bearing
❒ Position the top of the insulated door and secure with the hinge pin
❒ Attach the caps on the ends of the control on each side
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Electrical connection and wiring
4.7 Electrical connection and wiring
DANGER
When working on electrical components:
Risk of electrocution!
When work is carried out on electrical components:
❒ Only have work carried out by a qualified electrician
❒ Observe the applicable standards and regulations
➥ Work must not be carried out on electrical components by unauthorised
persons
❒ Wire the broadband probe, flue gas temperature sensor, boiler sensor, induced
draught unit, STL, door contact switch and servo-motor as described in the operat‐
ing instructions for the boiler control
❒ Wire the components according to the electrical connection diagram
➥ Flexible sheathed cable must be used for the wiring; this must be of the correct
size to comply with applicable regional standards and regulations.
Once the individual components have been wired:
❒ Wire the mains connection in the controller box
➥ The power supply line (mains connection) must be fitted with a max. C13A fuse
by the customer.
➥ Observe the circuit diagrams in the boiler controller operating instructions.
4.7.1 Information on circulating pumps
NOTICE
According to 2012/622/EU external, wet running circulating pumps must comply
with the following limit values of the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI):
- Effective from 01/01/2013: Wet running circulating pumps with EEI ≤ 0.27
- Effective from 08/01/2015: Wet running circulating pumps with EEI ≤ 0.23
Only high efficiency pumps with a connection option for a control signal (PDM / 0-10V)
should be connected to speed-controlled pump outputs (pump 1 on the core module
and pump outputs on the hydraulic module). In this case, the control line is connected
to the corresponding PDM outputs of the boards. Observe the connection instructions
in the boiler controller documentation!
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CAUTION
When using high efficiency pumps without an additional control line at speed-con‐
trolled pump outputs:
Malfunctions of the boiler, the pump and the hydraulic system may occur!
Therefore:
❒ Do not connect EC motor pumps without a control line to the speed-controlled
pump outputs of the boards.
➥ Only use special high efficiency pumps with a connection option for a con‐
trol line (PDM/0-10V)!
➥ Observe the additional instructions and information on board outputs in the
operation instructions for the boiler controller.
4.7.2 Concluding work
❒ Attach the covers to the controller cable ducts
❒ Put on the controller lid
➥ Insert the lid attachment hooks into the holes provided on the controller
❒ Secure the controller lid with the screw
❒ Switch on the main switch on the side of the controller box
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❒ Place the insulating mats on the back and side of the boiler
❒ Put on the controller cover
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4.8 Connecting the hydraulic safety devices
1
Thermal discharge safety device
▪ The thermal discharge safety device must be connected in accordance with
ÖNORM/DIN EN 303-5 and as shown in the diagram above.
▪ The discharge safety device must be connected to a pressurised mains water
supply in such a way that it cannot be shut off
▪ A pressure reducing valve (1.5) is required for a cold water pressure of 6 bar
minimum cold water pressure = 2 bar
1.1 Sensor of thermal discharge safety device
1.2 Thermal discharge safety device (opens at approx. 95 °C)
1.3 Cleaning valve (T-piece)
1.4 Dirt trap
1.5 Pressure reducing valve
2
Safety valve
▪ Safety valve as per prEN 1268-1 with a diameter of DN15
▪ The safety valve must be installed in an accessible place on the heat generator or
in direct proximity in the flow pipe in such a way that it cannot be shut off
3
Return temperature control with pump
4
Diaphragm expansion tank
▪ The diaphragm pressurised expansion tank must conform to EN 13831 and hold
at least the maximum expansion volume of the system’s heated water including a
water seal
▪ Its size must comply with the design information in EN 12828 - Appendix D
▪ Ideally it should be installed in the return line. Follow the manufacturer’s installa‐
tion instructions
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Installing the WOS system (optional)
4.9 Installing the WOS system (optional)
You can add an optional WOS lever to the heating system to allow easy cleaning of
the heat exchanger from the outside and to provide even greater efficiency.
❒ Remove the controller cover and the side insulating mat
❒ Undo the screws and remove the cleaning lid
❒ Take out all three WOS turbulators
❒ Fit the three WOS turbulators to the brackets on the stay tube provided using eye‐
bolt, spacer washer and spring cotter
➥ Ensure that you fit the turbulators in the right direction – see image
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❒ Put the WOS turbulators and stay tube back in the boiler
➥ Position the bracket with the turbulators in such a way that the stay tube is at
the side facing out
❒ Open the insulated door and the fuel loading door
❒ Remove the cover from the front of the insulation
➥ There is a plug behind the cover
❒ Unscrew the plug using hexagon spanner head (22 mm) and carefully take out us‐
ing pliers
➥ Ensure that the plug does not fall into the gap between the insulation and cloth‐
ing plate
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❒ Screw the brass bushing in tight using the hexagon spanner head (27 mm)
➥ Tip: Lag the brass bushing provided e.g. with insulating tape, so that it holds
well in the socket
❒ Push the shaft provided through the brass bushing and WOS stay tube
❒ The hole in the shaft must match the hole in the stay tube
❒ The two holes roughly match when the flat end of the shaft is positioned as shown
above
❒ Secure the shaft to the stay tube with pipe locking pin
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❒ Push the WOS lever into the side hole as far as the shaft and tighten
❒ Push the WOS lever down and tighten at the flat part with spanner
❒ Refit the cover to the front of the insulation
❒ Attach the cleaning lid and secure with the screws
❒ Put on the insulating mat and controller cover
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❒ Pull the WOS lever 5 – 10 times every time you heat up the boiler
➥ This keeps the heating surfaces clean and saves fuel.
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Before commissioning / configuring the boiler
5 Start-up
5.1 Before commissioning / configuring the boiler
The boiler must be adjusted to the heating system during commissioning.
NOTICE
Optimum efficiency and efficient, low-emission operation can only be guaranteed
if the system is set up by trained professionals and the standard factory settings
are observed.
Take the following precautions:
❒ Initial startup should be carried out with an authorised installer or with Froling
customer services
❒ Adjust the boiler controller to the system type
❒ Apply boiler standard values
NOTICE! The keypad assignment and the steps necessary to modify the parameters
are detailed in the operating instructions for the boiler control unit.
❒ Check the system pressure of the heating system
❒ Check that the heating system is completely vented
❒ Check that the safety devices are present and working correctly
❒ Check that there is sufficient ventilation in the boiler room
❒ Check the seal of the boiler
➥ All doors and inspection openings must be tightly sealed!
❒ Check that drives and actuators are working and turning in the right direction
NOTICE! For how to check the analogue and digital outputs, see the operating instruc‐
tions for the boiler controller
❒ Check that the door contact switch is working correctly
NOTICE! For how to check the digital inputs see the operating instructions for the boil‐
er controller.
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5.2 Initial startup
5.2.1 Permitted fuels
Firewood
Firewood up to max. 55 cm long.
Water content
Water content (w) greater than 15% (equivalent to wood moisture u > 17%)
Water content (w) less than 25% (equivalent to wood moisture u < 33%)
Note on standards
Tips for
storing wood
EU:
Fuel acc. to EN 14961 - Part 5: Firewood class A2 / D15 L50
Germany
also:
Fuel class 4 (§3 of the First Federal Emissions Protection Ordinance
(BimSchV) in the last amended version)
▪ Values in practice:
- Hardwood: 2 years in dry storage
- Soft wood: 1 year in dry storage
▪ Store stacks of split wood sheltered from the rain
▪ Create a dry underlay, where possible with air access (line with round timber, pallets,
etc.)
▪ Use wind-exposed areas where possible for storage (e.g. store at edge of forest instead
of in forest)
▪ Walls of buildings facing the sun are ideal
▪ If possible, stock fuel for the day in a warm place (e.g. in boiler room) (pre-heats the
fuel!)
NOTICE! Use fuels that are consistent in size and water content.
NOTICE! Burning extremely dry fuels (w < 15%) may require repairs by qualified staff.
Please contact Froling customer services or your installer.
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5.2.2 Fuels permitted under certain conditions
Wood briquettes
Wood briquettes for non-industrial use with a diameter of 5-10 cm and 5-50 cm long.
Note on standards
Notes on
use
EU:
Fuel acc. to 14961 - Part 3: Wood briquettes class B / D100 L500
Form 1 - 3
Additional for
Germany:
Fuel class 5a (§3 of the First Federal Emissions Protection Ordinance
(BimSchV) in the last amended version)
▪ When burning wood briquettes use the settings for extremely dry fuel
▪ Wood briquettes must be heated up with firewood as per EN 14961-5
(at least two layers of firewood under the wood briquettes)
▪ The fuel loading chamber must not be filled more than 3/4 full, as the wood briquettes
expand during combustion
▪ Even when using the settings for dry fuel, burning wood briquettes can cause combus‐
tion problems. In such cases, repairs must be carried out by qualified staff. Please con‐
tact Froling customer services or your installer.
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5.2.3 Non-permitted fuels
The use of fuels not defined in the "Permitted fuels" section, and particularly the burn‐
ing of refuse, is not permitted.
CAUTION
In case of use of non-permitted fuels:
Burning non-permitted fuels increases the cleaning requirements and leads to a
build-up of aggressive sedimentation and condensation, which can damage the
boiler and also invalidates the guarantee. Using non-standard fuels can also lead
to serious problems with combustion.
For this reason, when operating the boiler:
❒ Only use permitted fuels
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5.2.4 Heating up for the first time
NOTICE
If condensation escapes during the initial heat-up phase, this does not indicate a
fault.
❒ Tip: If this occurs, clean up using a cleaning rag.
Boiler with Lambda control
❒ Open the insulated door and the fuel loading door
❒ Fill the fuel loading chamber for initial start-up and heat up
NOTICE! See boiler operating instructions
Boiler with manual controller
❒ Set the manual controller for the air flap as shown in the table below
NOTICE! The information below only applies to split wood and not for round timber,
square timber etc.
Soft wood
long split wood
Hardwood
short split wood
long split wood
short split wood
w > 20%
w < 20%
w > 20%
w < 20%
w > 20%
w < 20%
w > 20%
w < 20%
20 – 30%
30 – 40%
50 – 60%
60 – 70%
20 – 30%
30 – 40%
50 – 60%
60 – 70%
If you use wood briquettes for initial start-up (only permitted under certain conditions!),
you can use roughly the same settings as for short split hardwood.
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The table shows the setting values for the manual controller of the air flap, which en‐
sure a smooth start-up. The setting values for the manual controller may need to be
changed during emissions measurements. These values should not therefore be used
as standard values for operating the boiler!
The terms used “long split wood” (edge length EL > 10 cm) and “short split wood”
(edge length EL < 10 cm) have been defined in these instructions by Froling; there is
no fuel standard or similar guidelines.
❒ Open the insulated door and the fuel loading door
❒ Fill the fuel loading chamber for initial start-up and heat up
NOTICE! See boiler operating instructions
Tip: Line the first 20 cm of the fuel loading chamber with short split wood (edge length
EL < 10 cm). This reduces the time taken for a bed of embers to form.
NOTICE! The smaller the wood is cut, the faster a bed of embers forms
Once the bed of embers has fully formed, the combustion air can be readjusted if nec‐
essary after measuring the O2content:
Setting the combustion air
The nominal heat output of the boiler is set via the primary air and adjusted to the fuel
used.
The secondary air sets the O2 content of the flue gas and thus the quality of combus‐
tion.
Therefore:
Combustion air
More primary air
Less secondary air
Less primary air
More secondary air
Effect
Setting
Higher flue gas temperature,
greater output
Less O2 content
Turn manual controller direction 0%
(anti-clockwise)
Lower flue gas temperature,
lower output
More O2 content
Turn manual controller direction
100% (clockwise)
NOTICE! The manual controller should be set so that the O2 content is between 8 and
11%.
❒ Once the manual controller has been correctly set, secure it in that position
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After starting up for the first time and once the combustion air has been set, the boiler
is optimally set to the fuel used.
For further use of the boiler, please note the following:
❒ Use fuels that are consistent in size, type and water content
❒ If a very different type of fuel is used, get a qualified technician to check the air
flap setting and adjust if necessary
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Decommissioning
Mothballing
6 Decommissioning
6.1 Mothballing
The following measures should be taken if the boiler is to remain out of service for
several weeks (e.g. during the summer):
❒ Clean the boiler thoroughly and close the doors fully
If the boiler is to remain out of service during the winter:
❒ Have the system completely drained by a qualified technician
➥ Protection against frost
6.2 Disassembly
To disassemble the system, follow the steps for assembly in reverse order.
6.3 Disposal
❒ Ensure that the system is disposed of in an environmentally friendly way in ac‐
cordance with waste management regulations.
❒ You can separate and clean recyclable materials and send them to a recycling
centre.
❒ The combustion chamber must be disposed of as builders' waste.
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Technical specifications - Lambda control with partial load values
7.2 Technical specifications - Lambda control with partial load values
Name
Nominal heat output / range
kW
Electrical connection
S1 Turbo 15S
S1 Turbo 20
17 / 8.4 – 17
20 / 10 - 20
230V / 50Hz / fused C13A
Power consumption at nominal load
W
40
42
3
3
kg
455
465
l
90
90
mbar
3.5 / 0.5
8.3 / 1.5
Power consumption in slumber mode
Weight of boiler incl. insulation and control
Total boiler capacity (water)
Water pressure drop (ΔT = 10 / 20 K)
Minimum boiler return temperature
°C
60
Maximum permitted operating temperature
90
Permitted operating pressure
Airborne sound level
bar
3
dB(A)
< 70
Permitted fuel as per EN 14961
Part 5: Firewood class A2 / D15 L50
Fuel loading door dimensions (width / height)
mm
350 / 360
350 / 360
Fuel loading chamber capacity
l
80
80
Combustion time 1) - Beech
h
4.2 - 6.0
3.5 - 5.0
2.5 – 3.6
2.1 - 3.0
Combustion time1) - Spruce
1. Values specified for combustion time are guideline values at nominal load and will vary depending on water content (15-25%) and fill level
(80-100%)
Test report data Lambda Control
Name
S1 Turbo 15S
S1 Turbo 20
Testing institute
TÜV Austria
1)
TÜV Austria1)
Test report no.
13-UW/WelsEX-044/5
13-UW/WelsEX-044/6
20/06/2013
21/06/2013
3
4
91,8
92.0
Date of issue
Boiler class as per EN 303-5:2012
Boiler efficiency
%
1. TÜV Austria Services GmbH, Geschäftsbereich Umweltschutz, Am Thalbach 15, A-4600 Thalheim/Wels
Test data - Emissions in [mg/MJ]1) (nominal load/partial load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/MJ
142 / 682
51 / 391
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/MJ
83 / 74
88 / 84
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/MJ
5 / 74
3 / 19
Dust
mg/MJ
8 / 10
10 / 8
1. The pollutant concentration is specified as a mass based on the energy content of the fuel fed to the combustion system in mg/MJ
Test data - Emissions in [mg/m³]1) (nominal load/partial load)
Carbon monoxide (CO)
mg/m³
209 / 1003
75 / 574
Nitrogen oxide (NOx)
mg/m³
121 / 109
129 / 123
Organic hydrocarbons (OGC)
mg/m³
7 / 109
5 / 28
Dust
mg/m³
14 / 12
15 / 11
1. Emissions values based on dry flue gas at standard temperature and pressure (0°C, 1013 mbar) with a volume content of oxygen of 13%
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Addresses
7.3 Addresses
7.3.1 Address of manufacturer
FRÖLING
Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GesmbH
Industriestraße 12
A-4710 Grieskirchen
AUSTRIA
TEL 0043 (0)7248 606 0
FAX 0043 (0)7248 606 600
INTERNET www.froeling.com
7.3.2 Address of the installer
Stamp
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