Installation and Operation Instructions

Installation and Operation Instructions
Installation and
Operation
Instructions
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction............................................................................................................................................................................ 3–4
The Cozeburn Outdoor Hot Water Wood Furnace............................................................................................................ 3
Model & Serial Number Information................................................................................................................................ 4
Safety ................................................................................................................................................................................... 5–7
Safety Precautions............................................................................................................................................................. 5
Canadian CSA Requirements............................................................................................................................................ 6
Safety Alert Symbol........................................................................................................................................................... 6
Signal Words...................................................................................................................................................................... 6
Safety Decals..................................................................................................................................................................... 7
Features.......................................................................................................................................................................................8
Indentifying Main Components......................................................................................................................................... 8
Installation........................................................................................................................................................................... 9–16
Suggested Material Required to Complete an Installation............................................................................................. 9
Site Requirements............................................................................................................................................................. 9
Foundation Dimensions.................................................................................................................................................. 10
Trench for Underground Pipes........................................................................................................................................ 10
Chimney Installation........................................................................................................................................................ 11
Installing the Furnace...................................................................................................................................................... 11
Typical Installation........................................................................................................................................................... 12
Hookup to the Existing Heat System (Water to Air)....................................................................................................... 13
Belt Driven Hot Air Fan.................................................................................................................................................... 13
Direct Drive Fan............................................................................................................................................................... 13
Thermostat....................................................................................................................................................................... 13
Under Floor Heat.............................................................................................................................................................. 13
Side Arm Installation....................................................................................................................................................... 14
Optional Heat Exchanger................................................................................................................................................. 14
Auxiliary Heat (Water to Water)....................................................................................................................................... 15
Hookup with Existing Indoor Furnace (Water to Water Plate Heat Exchanger)............................................................ 15
Baseboard Distribution................................................................................................................................................... 16
Pool & Spa Hookup.......................................................................................................................................................... 16
Common Header Set Up.................................................................................................................................................. 16
Operation............................................................................................................................................................................17–19
First Fill............................................................................................................................................................................. 17
Maintaining Proper Water Level...................................................................................................................................... 17
Starting the Fire in the Outdoor Hot Water Wood Furnace .......................................................................................... 18
Outdoor Best Burn Practices.......................................................................................................................................... 19
Maintenance......................................................................................................................................................................20–21
During Heating Season................................................................................................................................................... 20
End of Heating Season.................................................................................................................................................... 20
Cleaning the Ash Tray...................................................................................................................................................... 21
Power Outages................................................................................................................................................................. 21
Reference...........................................................................................................................................................................22–25
Operating the Digital Temperature Switch (DTS)........................................................................................................... 22
Outdoor Hot Water Wood Furnace Wiring Diagram - CPW 250 & CPW 450................................................................ 23
Furnace Reference Chart................................................................................................................................................ 24
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 1
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Forced & Natural Draft Door........................................................................................................................................... 24
Furnace Specifications.................................................................................................................................................... 25
Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................................................26–27
Furnace Troubleshooting................................................................................................................................................. 26
Digital Controller Troubleshooting.................................................................................................................................. 27
Warranty.....................................................................................................................................................................Back Cover
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
INTRODUCTION
The Cozeburn Outdoor Hot Water Wood Furnace
You have selected one of the best outdoor wood furnaces on the market today! It has been designed and built to old fashioned
standards, and we are proud to offer a 10 year limited warranty!
To ensure maximum benefit from your new Cozeburn furnace, it is suggested that the Installation and Operation Instruction
manual be read from cover to cover and all instructions followed carefully.
The Cozeburn furnace has been designed for outdoor installation and is ideally suited for both domestic and industrial use, and
has been tested to meet UL Standards 391, 762 and 2523, and CSA Standard B366-1-N91.
Please keep this manual for future reference.
250MS & 450MS (MILD STEEL)
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
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INTRODUCTION
Model & Serial Number Information
Locate and record the model number and serial number in the space provided. See page 7 for location of decal on furnace.
Have this information available when contacting the dealer for service, warranty or other information.
COZEBURN
818640R00
Outdoor Wood Fired Hydronic Heater/RГ©chauffeur ExtГ©rieur De Woodfired Hydronic
CERTIFIED HEATING APPLIANCE
MODEL NO./CERTIFIÉN DE MODÈLE_______________
APPAREIL DE CHAUFFAGE
CSA STANDARD B366-1-M91
SERIAL NO./N° DE SÉRIE________________________
NORME B366-1-M91 DE LA CSA
UL STANDARD 391, UL 762, UL 2523
NORME 391, 762, 2523 DE ULC
CERTIFIED AS AN ADD-ON MODEL 07/12
CERTIFIÉE COMME MODÈLE COMPLÉMENTAIRE, 07/12
Electrical ratings: volts 120, 1 phase, 60HZ, 15 amps max.
For outdoor use only.
Boiler Fuel - Burn wood only.
Shaker Grate Fuel - Coal or Wood
Use only Flue Pipe that is approved by manufacturer.
Base - Noncombustible, concrete preferred.
Outdoor Wood Fired Hydronic Heater must be kept in good condition, clean
chimney and firebox at end of season. Store wood and all combustible materials outside the installation clearances. Installation clearances: 60” (152 cm)
above/ 48” (122 cm) front/ 6” (15 cm) from sides/ 18” (46 cm) from Flue pipe.
Keep doors closed tightly.
Do not pressurize. Risk of fire or explosion.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance.
Load fuel carefully to prevent damage to boiler.
Do not burn garbage, gasoline, naphta or engine oil.
Do not use chemicals or fluids to start fire.
Never run boiler with water level below add mark.
Do not leave door open, or dump ash tray close to any combustible materials,
may lead to runaway fire.
Refer to owner’s manual for complete instructions.
CaractГ©ristiques Г©lectriques: 120 volts, courant momphasГ©, 60HZ, max. de
15 ampГЁres.
For outdoor use only.
Combustible - N’utiliser que du bois.
Shaker Grate Fuel - Coal or Wood
N’utiliser qu’un conduit de fumée approuvé par le fabricant.
Base - Utiliser des matГ©riaux incombustibles, de prГ©fГ©rence du bГ©ton.
Les appareils de chauffage au bois doivent ГЄtre maintenus en bon Г©tat.
Nettoyer le cheminГ©e et la chambre de combustion Г la fin de chaque saison.
Entreposer le bois et toutes les matiГЁres combustibles suffisamment loin de
l’appareil. Dégagement minimum: 152 cm (60 po) du plafond, 122 cm (18 po)
à l’avant, 15 cm (6po) sur les côtes et 46 cm (18 po) du conduit de fumée.
Garder les portes fermГ©es hermГ©tiquement.
Faites l'aucun pressurisent.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance,
Charger soigneusement l’appareil afin de prévenir les dommages.
Ne pas brûler de déchets, de lessence, du napthe ou de l’huile à moteur.
Ne pas utiliser de produits chimiques, solides ou liquides, pour allumer le feu.
Ne jamais faire fonctionner l’appareil si le niveau de l’eau est inferieur au
niveau de sГ©curitГ©.
Toujours fermer la porte de l’appareil et ne jamais vider un cendrier près de
matiГЁres combustibles. Un incendie peut se dГ©clarer trГЁs facilement.
Consulter le manuel du propriГ©taire pour obtenir des instructions complГЁtes.
Manufactured by Pro-Fab Industries Inc.
MADE IN USA
FabriquГ© par Pro-Fab Industries Inc.
FABRIQUÉ AU USA
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
SAFETY
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
• The Cozeburn furnace is designed to work in
conjunction with another heat source. We recommend
this furnace not to be used as a stand alone unit.
Should the system fail or run out of wood, a backup
system should be in place.
• BURN WOOD ONLY. For best efficiency and cleanest
burn use only seasoned fire wood. NEVER burn
trash, tires, solvents, plastics, gasoline, engine oil or
other flammable liquids, rubber, naptha, household
garbage, material treated with petroleum products
(particle board, railroad ties and pressure treated,
painted, or kiln dried wood), leaves, paper products,
or cardboard.
• Start the fire with paper and small kindling.
• The Cozeburn furnace is designed for outdoor use
only. NEVER install the Cozeburn furnace indoors.
• Keep area around the furnace clean at all times to
avoid possible fire hazards. Adhere to installation
clearance and restrictions.
• The Cozeburn rear access door is equipped with a latch
locking bolt. Because of an electrocution hazard and
hot surfaces keep children away. ALWAYS secure door
with latch locking bolt and tighten bolt with wrench.
• If this boiler is connected to an existing boiler system
it must be installed without (a) interfering with the
normal delivery of heated water from the original boiler,
and (b) be installed without affecting the operation of
the electrical and mechanical safety controls of the
original boiler.
• Read the manual carefully and read all decals on the
Cozeburn furnace. Should you have any questions
not answered in this manual, contact your dealer.
WARNING: EXPLOSIVE GASES
Gases formed during solid-fuel combustion may cause a
small explosion when the furnace is refueled.
Door Opening Instructions:
1. Switch blower off.
2. Stand back behind door.
3. SLOWLY open door.
4. Wait for smoke to clear (30 seconds).
Close door if smoke continues.
5. Open door fully.
6. After loading, always close and latch door firmly.
7. Switch blower on.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
CAUTION!
Hot surfaces. Do not touch during operation.
Keep children a safe distance from the furnace.
• DO NOT use chemicals, gasoline, oil or any other
combustible fluid to start the fire.
• DO NOT store fuel or combustible materials within
the installation clearance area.
• DO NOT connect the unit to a chimney flue that
serves another appliance.
• DO NOT burn trash in this furnace.
• DO NOT pressurize water in furnace.
• DO NOT damage furnace. Load wood carefully.
• DO NOT run furnace with water level below add
mark.
• DO NOT dump ash close to any combustible
materials.
• DO NOT operate with loading or ash removal doors
open.
• DO NOT add fuel during a power outage.
• DO NOT allow ash and creosote buildup. Furnace
must be kept in good condition. Follow cleaning
instructions in the Installation and Operation
Instruction Manual.
• DO NOT modify this unit in any way. Any
modification will void the warranty.
In the event of loss of electrical power:
1. Open all flow-check and zone valves in the system.
Depending on system design, this may allow
convective circulation.
2. It is important to remember that the heating system
cannot dispose of a great deal of heat without the
circulators running. Avoid over-firing! DO NOT
LOAD LARGE AMOUNTS OF SOLID FUEL INTO
THE FURNACE! Fire the furnace cautiously until
it is determined how quickly the heat system is
able to dissipate the heat being produced by the
furnace.
3. When the power has returned, reset all flow-check
and zone valves and resume normal operation of the
system.
In the event of a runaway fire:
1. Make sure the firebox door is tightly closed.
2. Close all the combustion air inlets on the furnace.
To cool an overheated furnace:
1. Turn all thermostats in the house to their highest
temperature setting.
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SAFETY
Canadian CSA Requirements
Signal Words
Installation of the Cozeburn as an add-on unit in the
Canadian provinces and territories must comply with
the requirements of CAN/CSA-B365, and changes to
the installation must comply with the following CSA
requirements:
Note the use of the
signal words: DANGER,
WARNING and CAUTION with the safety messages.
CSA B139 – for oil fired
CSA C22.1 – for electric
CAN/CGA-B149.1 or CAN/CGA-B149.2 – for gas fired
Safety Alert Symbol
The Safety Alert symbol identifies important
safety messages in the manual and on the
furnace. When this symbol is present, be alert
to the possibility of injury or death. Follow all
the instructions in the safety message given.
This symbol means attention, be alert, and
your safety is involved.
Why is SAFETY important to you? Three very important
reasons:
1.
Accidents disable and kill.
2.
Accidents cost.
3.
Accidents can be avoided.
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The appropriate signal word has been selected using the
following guidelines:
DANGER
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous situation
that, if not avoided, WILL result in death or serious injury if
proper precautions are not taken.
WARNING
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that,
if not avoided, COULD result in death or serious injury if
proper precautions are not taken.
CAUTION
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that,
if not avoided, MAY result in minor or moderate injury if
proper practices are not taken, or serves as a reminder to
follow appropriate safety practices.
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SAFETY
Safety Decals
Please read and follow directions to ensure safe practices when using the Cozeburn furnace.
1)DANGER/WARNING/CAUTION - Located on left hand side of damper.
2) FURNACE SERIAL DECAL - Located on left hand side of furnace.
3) MAX. WOOD FILL TO TOP OF DOOR. - Located on top left hand corner of front door.
4) THIS LID IS HEAVY. USE BOTH HANDS. - Located on back chimney cover.
5) NOTE! MINIMUM 6 FT. OF INSULATED CHIMNEY IS REQUIRED FOR PROPER DRAFT. CLEAN CHIMNEY OUTLET REGULARLY.
COVER CHIMNEY WHEN FURNACE IS NOT IN USE. - Located left of the chimney cover.
6) WIRING DIAGRAM - Located on rear access cover.
7) ELECTRICAL - Located on the right front corner.
8) SPECIFICATIONS - Located on the front left corner.
1.
2.
4.
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8.
DANGER
!
COZEBURN
Risk of fire or explosion. DO NOT start or fuel the fire using
garbage, gasoline, drain oil or other flammable liquids or
chemicals.
SAFE DOOR OPERATION:
Door Opening and Closing Instructions:
1. Switch blower off.
2. Stand back behind door.
3. SLOWLY open door.
4. Wait for smoke to clear (30 seconds).
Close door if smoke continues.
5. Open door fully.
6. After loading, always close and latch door firmly.
7. Switch blower on.
- For safety keep firebox loading door and ash door
tightly closed.
- Follow listed combustible material clearances.
- DO NOT store fuel or other combustible material within
the marked installation clearances of the furnace.
- Inspect and clean flues and chimney regularly.
- Follow complete installation, operating and cleaning
instructions in the Operator’s Manual.
-
CSA STANDARD B366-1-M91
SERIAL NO./N° DE SÉRIE________________________
APPAREIL DE CHAUFFAGE
NORME B366-1-M91 DE LA CSA
NORME 391, 762, 2523 DE ULC
CERTIFIED AS AN ADD-ON MODEL 07/12
DOOR AREA MAY BE HOT
CERTIFIÉE COMME MODÈLE COMPLÉMENTAIRE, 07/12
Electrical ratings: volts 120, 1 phase, 60HZ, 15 amps max.
For outdoor use only.
Boiler Fuel - Burn wood only.
Shaker Grate Fuel - Coal or Wood
Use only Flue Pipe that is approved by manufacturer.
Base - Noncombustible, concrete preferred.
Outdoor Wood Fired Hydronic Heater must be kept in good condition, clean
chimney and firebox at end of season. Store wood and all combustible materials outside the installation clearances. Installation clearances: 60” (152 cm)
above/ 48” (122 cm) front/ 6” (15 cm) from sides/ 18” (46 cm) from Flue pipe.
Keep doors closed tightly.
Do not pressurize. Risk of fire or explosion.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance.
Load fuel carefully to prevent damage to boiler.
Do not burn garbage, gasoline, naphta or engine oil.
Do not use chemicals or fluids to start fire.
Never run boiler with water level below add mark.
Do not leave door open, or dump ash tray close to any combustible materials,
may lead to runaway fire.
Refer to owner’s manual for complete instructions.
CaractГ©ristiques Г©lectriques: 120 volts, courant momphasГ©, 60HZ, max. de
15 ampГЁres.
For outdoor use only.
Combustible - N’utiliser que du bois.
Shaker Grate Fuel - Coal or Wood
N’utiliser qu’un conduit de fumée approuvé par le fabricant.
Base - Utiliser des matГ©riaux incombustibles, de prГ©fГ©rence du bГ©ton.
Les appareils de chauffage au bois doivent ГЄtre maintenus en bon Г©tat.
Nettoyer le cheminГ©e et la chambre de combustion Г la fin de chaque saison.
Entreposer le bois et toutes les matiГЁres combustibles suffisamment loin de
l’appareil. Dégagement minimum: 152 cm (60 po) du plafond, 122 cm (18 po)
à l’avant, 15 cm (6po) sur les côtes et 46 cm (18 po) du conduit de fumée.
Garder les portes fermГ©es hermГ©tiquement.
Faites l'aucun pressurisent.
Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance,
Charger soigneusement l’appareil afin de prévenir les dommages.
Ne pas brûler de déchets, de lessence, du napthe ou de l’huile à moteur.
Ne pas utiliser de produits chimiques, solides ou liquides, pour allumer le feu.
Ne jamais faire fonctionner l’appareil si le niveau de l’eau est inferieur au
niveau de sГ©curitГ©.
Toujours fermer la porte de l’appareil et ne jamais vider un cendrier près de
matiГЁres combustibles. Un incendie peut se dГ©clarer trГЁs facilement.
Consulter le manuel du propriГ©taire pour obtenir des instructions complГЁtes.
Manufactured by Pro-Fab Industries Inc.
MADE IN USA
FabriquГ© par Pro-Fab Industries Inc.
FABRIQUÉ AU USA
WARNING
!
THIS LID IS HEAVY.
USE BOTH HANDS.
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5.
Note!
• Minimum5ft.(1.52m)ofinsulated
chimneyisrequiredforproperdraft.
• Cleanchimneyoutletregularly.
• Coverchimneywhenfurnaceisnot
inuse.
RefertoBestBurnPracticesinOperator'sManual.
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3.
CAUTION
!
MODEL NO./CERTIFIÉN DE MODÈLE_______________
UL STANDARD 391, UL 762, UL 2523
WARNING
!
818640R00
Outdoor Wood Fired Hydronic Heater/RГ©chauffeur ExtГ©rieur De Woodfired Hydronic
CERTIFIED HEATING APPLIANCE
818653R00
MAX. WOOD FILL
TO TOP OF DOOR
Hot surfaces do not touch.
KEEP CHILDREN at safe distance.
DO NOT damage furnace. Load wood carefully.
DO NOT add fuel during a power outage.
KEEP water level above the add mark.
Place ash in metal containers and away from
combustible material.
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4
2
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
1
5
Love Controller
Light Switch
Damper Switch
Light
Probe
Snap Disc
Circuit Breaker
Solenoid
Blower
Junction Box
818643R00
818647R00
ELECTRICAL
Electrical Ratings: 120 volts, 60HZ,
max breaker size 15 amps. (Blower
rating is less than 2 amps.)
For supply connections use No.14 AWG
or larger wires acceptable for at least
90ВєC (194ВєF) or equivalent.
For use with aluminum or copper
conductors.
7
8
Red
9
Minimum Clearance to Combustibles
ADD-ON INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
- This furnace can be connected to an
existing boiler system.
- Operate the (oil, gas, electric) boiler
periodically to ensure it will operate
satisfactorily when needed.
- DO NOT relocate or bypass any of
the safety controls in the original
boiler installation.
Line
Line
Ground
- Disconnect electric power to both
boilers before servicing.
-
An annual inspection by a qualified
service technician is recommended.
-
INSTALLER INFORMATION:
-
Address________________________
_______________________________
110 Volts AC
-
Date of Installation_______________
818651R00
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Outdoor Wood
Fired Hydronic
CERTIFIED HEATING
APPLIANCE
CSA STANDARD
B366-1-M91
UL STANDARD
391, UL 762, UL
2523
CERTIFIED AS AN
ADD-ON MODEL
07/12
COZEBURN
Heater/RГ©chauffeur
Manufactured
ExtГ©rieur De Woodfired
MODEL NO./CERTIFIÉN
DE MODГ€LE_______________
SERIAL NO./NВ°
DE SÉRIE________________________
Electrical ratings:
volts 120, 1 phase,
60HZ, 15 amps
For outdoor use
max.
only.
Boiler Fuel - Burn
wood only.
Shaker Grate Fuel
- Coal or Wood
Use only Flue Pipe
that is
Base - Noncombustible, approved by manufacturer.
concrete preferred.
Outdoor Wood
Fired
chimney and firebox Hydronic Heater must
be kept in good
at end of season.
als outside the
condition, clean
Store wood
above/ 48” (122installation clearances. Installationand all combustible matericm) front/ 6” (15
cm) from sides/ clearances: 60” (152 cm)
Keep doors closed
18” (46 cm) from
tightly.
Flue pipe.
Do not pressurize.
Risk of fire or explosion.
Do not connect
this unit to a chimney
flue serving another
Load fuel carefully
appliance.
to prevent damage
to boiler.
Do not burn garbage,
gasoline, naphta
or engine oil.
Do not use chemicals
or fluids to start
fire.
Never run boiler
with water level
below add mark.
Do not leave door
open, or dump
may lead to runaway
ash tray close
to any combustible
fire.
materials,
Refer to owner’s
manual for complete
instructions.
by Pro-Fab Industries
Inc.
MADE IN USA
CERTIFIÉE COMME
818640R00
Hydronic
APPAREIL DE CHAUFFAGE
NORME B366-1-M91
DE LA CSA
NORME 391, 762,
2523 DE ULC
MODГ€LE
COMPLÉMENTAIRE,
CaractГ©ristiques
Г©lectriques: 120
07/12
15 ampГЁres.
volts, courant momphasГ©,
60HZ, max. de
For outdoor use
only.
Combustible - N’utiliser
que du bois.
Shaker Grate Fuel
- Coal or Wood
N’utiliser qu’un
conduit de fumГ©e
approuvГ© par le
Base - Utiliser
des matГ©riaux
fabricant.
incombustibles,
Les appareils
de prГ©fГ©rence
de chauffage
du bГ©ton.
au bois
Nettoyer le cheminГ©e
et la chambre doivent ГЄtre maintenus en
Entreposer le
de combustion
bon Г©tat.
bois et toutes
Г la fin de chaque
les matiГЁres combustibles
l’appareil. Dégagement
saison.
minimum:
suffisamment
à l’avant, 15 cm
loin de
(6po) sur les cГґtes152 cm (60 po) du plafond,
122 cm (18 po)
Garder les portes
et 46 cm (18 po)
fermГ©es hermГ©tiquement.
du conduit de
fumГ©e.
Faites l'aucun
pressurisent.
Do not connect
this unit
Charger soigneusement to a chimney flue serving
another appliance,
l’appareil afin
Ne pas brГ»ler de
dГ©chets, de lessence,de prГ©venir les dommages.
Ne pas utiliser
de produits chimiques, du napthe ou de l’huile à moteur.
Ne jamais faire
fonctionner l’appareilsolides ou liquides, pour allumer
niveau de sГ©curitГ©.
le feu.
si le niveau de
l’eau est inferieur
Toujours fermer
au
la porte de l’appareil
matiГЁres combustibles.
et
Un incendie peut ne jamais vider un cendrier
Consulter le manuel
prГЁs de
se dГ©clarer trГЁs
du propriГ©taire
facilement.
pour obtenir des
instructions complГЁtes.
FabriquГ© par Pro-Fab
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Industries Inc.
FABRIQUÉ AU
USA
5
3
8
1
4
7
Side Wall to Furnace
6” (15 cm)
Back Wall to Furnace
48” (122 cm)
Front of Furnace to
Combustibles
48” (122 cm)
Top of Furnace
60” (152 cm)
Combustibles to Flue
18” (46 cm)
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Name__________________________
10
Black Power Line
White Natural Line
Install and use only in accordance
with the manufacturer’s installation/
operating instructions and local
codes. If there are no applicable local
codes, an outdoor installation chimney
must be listed to the ULC-S610 and
ULC-S604 standard. Flue connector
pipe must be made of a minimum 24
NSG black steel. Refer to authorities
having
jurisdiction
for
proper
installation.
INSTALLATION
CAUTION: This equipment may only be
installed by qualified personnel.
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SPECIFICATIONS
CAUTION
DO NOT connect the unit to a
chimney flue that serves another
appliance.
DO NOT burn trash in this furnace.
DO NOT pressurize water in
furnace.
DO NOT dump ash close to any
combustible materials.
The heat exchanger, flue pipe,
chimney must be in good condition
and cleaned regularly to remove
accumulated creosote and ash.
Clean at the end of the heating
season to minimize corrosion
during summer months.
Follow cleaning instructions in
Operator’s Manual.
Refer to Operator’s Manual for
complete instructions.
In the event of loss of electrical power:
1. Open all flow-check and zone
valves in the system. Depending
on system design, this may allow
convective circulation.
2. It is important to remember that
the heating system cannot dispose
of a great deal of heat without
the circulators running. Avoid
over firing! DO NOT LOAD LARGE
AMOUNTS OF SOLID FUEL INTO
THE FURNACE! Fire the furnace
cautiously until it is determined how
quickly the heat system is able to
dissipate the heat being produced
by the furnace.
3. When the power has returned, reset
all flow-check and zone valves and
resume normal operation of the
system.
In the event of a runaway fire:
1. Ensure the firebox door is tightly
closed.
2. Close all the combustion air inlets
on the furnace.
To cool an overheated furnace:
1. Turn all thermostats to their highest
temperature setting.
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FEATURES
Indentifying Main Components
No.
1
2
3
1
2
4
3
4
5
5
6
7
8
9
10
Description
Insulated Chimney
Light
Light & Power Switch,
Manual Reset Breaker
Aquastat and
Thermostat
Control Panel Cover
Loading Door
Solenoid & Blower
(behind cover)
Damper (behind cover)
Pressure Touch Door
Handler
Removable Ash Tray
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No.
11
12
13
Description
Forklift Lifting Guides
Legs
Rear Access Cover
14 Drain
15 Junction Box
16 Supply/Return Hookups
17 Chimney Clean Out Cover
18 Roof
19 Top Lifting Hook
20 Vent & Water Level Indicator
7
8
9
19
20
18
10
12
11
17
14 15
16
13
11
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
Suggested Material Required to
Complete an Installation
For the installation of a single family residential hookup with
the furnace approximately 50 feet (15.24 m) from the building
to be heated, the following will be required:
Site Requirements
1. The Cozeburn furnace must be installed on a
noncombustible floor pad, such as concrete or patio
blocks.
a. Cozeburn Outdoor Wood Stove (furnace)
2. There must be a minimum clearance between the furnace
and any combustible material as follows:
b. Concrete pad for furnace base
From top of furnace 60 inches (152 cm)
c. 150 feet (45.72 m) of supply and return line
From front of furnace 48 inches (122 cm)
d. 50 feet (15.24 m) of underground line insulation
From side of furnace 6 inches (15 cm)
e. Forced air furnace heat exchanger (radiator or coil)
From rear of furnace 48 inches (122 cm)
f. Domestic hot water tank heat exchanger (optional)
From flue pipes 18 inches (46 cm)
g. Circulating pump
h. Pipe fittings
3.Install the furnace in a location that best suits wind
direction for your home and building(s) and neighbouring
residents.
i. Two ball valves
j. Approved rust inhibitor
k.Thermostat
l. Installation and Operation Instruction Manual
Consult with an insurance provider to confirm acceptable
furnace installation distance from all buildings.
4. The Canadian Standards Association requires a minimum
5 feet (1.52 m) of insulated chimney in order to obtain the
best draft in the furnace.
5. Installation of the Cozeburn furnace must be completed in
accordance with local, state, provincial or federal building
and fire codes which may differ from this manual.
IMPORTANT: Contact an insurance provider prior to
installation to ensure that installation is in compliance with
local insurance requirements and all terms have been met.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
9
INSTALLATION
Typical Installation
Shop
House
Insulated Lines
Water Lines
Foundation Dimensions
Trench for Underground Pipes
1.
The
furnace
should
be
installed
on
a
concrete
pad.*
Slope
the
pad
1/2”
(1.27 cm) towards the front of the furnace in order to drain
off any condensation that may accumulate in the ash tray.
*For furnaces without legs an option is to heighten the
pad for easier loading and ash tray removal.
1. The water lines
must be properly
insulated to
minimize heat
loss. Ask your
dealer for the right
underground water
line insulation.
2. If the soil is somewhat unstable, a good bed of crushed
rock or a grade beam, will help prevent the furnace from
shifting.
2. Dig a trench, ideally
24” (61 cm) deep*
and 12” (31 cm)
wide, and make as
level as possible to
avoid damage to the tubing.
*Trench should be at least 36” (91 cm) deep under
driveways.
3.The water lines should be a minimum of 3/4”
(2 cm) inside dimensions*, rated and approved for use with
high temperature water and antifreeze.
*Size of water lines depends on distance; check with
a qualified heating professional to determine the line
size necessary to meet the demands of your specific
application.
Note: Size of piping must be such that excessive pressure
will not be developed in any portion of the boiler system.
250MS
450MS
A
B
C
in
4
49
64
cm
10
124
163
in
5
55
82
cm
13
140
208
D
E
F
6
10
31
15
25
79
6
10
37
15
25
94
10
4. Identify each water line clearly in order to correctly locate
the hot and return lines.
5.Lay down 14-2 underground wire approved for
underground installation. Obtain the required electrical
permit and confirm local electrical code requirements
prior to installation.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
Chimney Installation
Install a 1 inch (2.54 cm) wall thickness insulated chimney that
is listed to ULC-S610 and ULC-S604 standards. Apply a bead of
high temperature silicone on the outside of the chimney.
For tall chimneys, chimney braces are recommended. Pro-Fab
Industries recommends a minimum chimney length of 5 feet (1.52 m).
Furnace
Cozeburn 250
Cozeburn 450
3. The water circulating pump must be mounted in the hot
supply line several feet below the top of the furnace water
level to minimize air lock problems, see Figure 1, 2, or 3.
IMPORTANT: Pump must always be in lowest part of the line
system and horizontal with the ground, see Figure 4.
Flue Diameter
6” (15 cm)
8” (20 cm)
Installing the Furnace
We recommend that the furnace be installed by a qualified installer.
Position furnace on
pad. Note: Lift only
by top lifting hook or
bottom forklift guides.
Use caution! Furnace is
heavy.
Once the unit has been
placed into position,
remove the back cover and the light globe from the firebox and
install.
Type “A” furnace requires a tight
silicone seal around the base to keep
out rodents, etc.
The furnace is now ready to hookup
the heater to the underground water
lines.
1. Install shut off valves on all lines
attached to the furnace to prevent
loss of water during maintenance
and repairs. Fittings and valves to
be attached to the furnace should either be stainless steel or
brass.
2. IMPORTANT: A spark arrester must be installed if the
Cozeburn Outdoor Wood Burning Furnace is used in a high
fire risk area.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
When water is to be
pumped uphill, pump
must be located in
the hot water supply
line at the furnace.
Not less than
2 ft (.61 m)
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INSTALLATION
Typical Installation
Figure 1
Heat
exchanger
Circulating
pump
Under floor
heating pipes
Return
line
Mixing
valve
Existing
furnace
Hot
water
tank
Side arm
heat exchanger
Insulated
return pipe
Pump
Filter
Insulated supply line
Cozeburn
Note: The installation of the Cozeburn as an add-on unit must be installed without changing the function of the controls or
rewiring the original boiler. A wiring interconnection is permitted. The electrical system of both boilers must be powered from a
single branch circuit without exception.
IMPORTANT:
The installation drawings in this manual are typical layouts shown as examples of types of
layout only. We recommend that you engage a professional plumbing and heating company
to ensure that your installation is suitable for your application, will serve your needs and
conform to all local codes.
The Pro-Fab Industries warranty covers the Cozeburn furnace only and does not include
anything outside of the Cozeburn furnace. Pro-Fab Industries takes NO responsibility for
faulty installations, etc. DO NOT modify this unit in any way. Any modification will void the
warranty.
These drawings should help you in establishing a list of material required for a typical
installation. All parts should be available from your Cozeburn provider. Ask your dealer for a
parts list.
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
Figure 2
Belt Driven Hot Air Fan
4. Pulleys on motor and blower
may have to be adjusted to get
the proper rate of air flow.
Direct Drive Fan
Hookup to Existing Heat System
(Water to Air)
1.
2.
3.
Install the circulating pump on the supply line and
ensure that the pump’s motor is in a horizontal position.
Install the heat exchange radiator in the hot air plenum
of the forced air furnace, Figure 2, according to the
manufacturer’s instructions, taking care to seal all
joints and holes.
After installing the heat exchanger to the forced air
furnace system, check to ensure that the air flow is the
same as specified by the manufacturer of the existing
heating system. The furnace fan should not generally
need to be changed in order to accommodate the
addition of the heat exchanger.
5. Adjust the motor speed to
obtain the correct air flow.
Thermostat
6.
Install a second thermostat to allow the blower to cut in
separately from the furnace.
7.
The existing thermostat should be set several degrees
lower than the new thermostat. This will allow the
regular system to cut in, should the Cozeburn run out
of wood and the temperature drop below the second
setting.
IMPORTANT: Have a qualified electrician check to ensure
that these changes do not cause the electrical motor to be
overloaded. Any modification to the EXISTING forced air
heating system must be made in accordance with the
manufacturer’s specifications and performed by qualified,
licensed personnel in accordance with local building codes.
Under Floor Heat
1.
A 24 V thermostat with relay should be used in a
house. For garage or shop, wire pump through an
in-line thermostat.
2.
Each zone can be manually adjusted with the ball
valves on the supply header.
3.
Adjust mixing valve to run supply water temperature
between 110ЛљF - 120ЛљF (43ЛљC -49ЛљC) in concrete
floor installation.
Return header
Figure 3
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INSTALLATION
Side Arm Installation
COLD
WATER
SYMBOL INDEX
Figure 1
MIXED
WATER
PUMP
BALL VALVE
TEMPERING VALVE
THERMOMETER
Used for
bleeding air
Hot water
BOILER DRAIN
CAUTION
Do not eliminate
the existing
temperature relief
valve.
WATER HEATER
Water heater drain
SIDE ARM HEAT EXCHANGER
To heating
system
Supply
from
furnace
TEMPERING OR
MIXING VALVE
Have a qualified electrician
and plumber check to ensure
all connections to the furnace
are in accordance with the
manufacturer’s specifications and
performed by qualified, licensed
personnel in accordance with
local building codes.
IMPORTANT
When hooking up
the Cozeburn to a
domestic hot water heater,
a tempering valve must be
installed, to prevent scalding
hot water from reaching the
hot water outlets.
Use for
filling system
Valve
NOTE: Keep bottom loop (and side arm) as low as possible.
Optional Heat Exchanger
Stainless Steel Water to Water Heat Exchanger,
Figure 2, can be used in place of a side arm.
To top of hot water tank
Figure 2
To heating
system
Hot water in
from
furnace
From bottom of hot water tank
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
INSTALLATION
Auxiliary Heat (Water to Water)
Figure 3
Existing hot
water boiler
Water to water
heat exchanger
Pump
Return
Cozeburn
To baseboard, in-floor
radiator, etc.
Supply
A regular furnace system is left intact and automatically
cuts in when the Cozeburn Outdoor Wood Furnace runs
out of wood, Figure 3.
Note: Whichever furnace is to be the standby unit, the
aquastat on that furnace is to be set lower than the main
furnace.
Hookup with Existing Indoor Furnace
(Water to Water Plate Heat Exchanger)
Existing water/air
heating coil
Expansion tank with fill/
drain valves and back
flow prevention valve
Cozeburn
Circulating
Pump
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
Supply
Return
Figure 4
Plate heat
exchanger
Existing
Furnace
or
Boiler
Circulating
Pump
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INSTALLATION
Baseboard Distribution
Pool & Spa Hookup
Baseboard unit
Figure 1
24 V Transformer
Immersion
control
Figure 2
To pool
or spa
Thermostat
Line 1
Line 2
Return to outdoor furnace
To Cozeburn
furnace
3 way
zone valve
110
black
POOL
HEATER
From outdoor furnace
Outdoor furnace
circulating pump
Black
wire
Bypass
24 V
lines
110
white
24 V
Transformer
From Cozeburn
From pool
or spa
Common Header Set Up
Pump can be wired through an in-line thermostat. Each zone can be manually adjusted with the ball
valves on the supply header. Adjust mixing valve to run entering water temperature between 110ЛљF - 120ЛљF
(43ЛљC - 49ЛљC) in concrete floor installations.
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION
Figure 3
Vent opening
Figure 4
KEEP THE VENT OPENING ON
TOP OF THE FURNACE CLEAR
OF ANY OBSTRUCTIONS.
IMPORTANT:
1.
2.
Use only soft, clean, filtered water in the Cozeburn.
Add Pro-Fab approved water treatment to the
water to prevent corrosion (available from your
Cozeburn dealer).
Add approved antifreeze to the water chamber to
prevent freezing should the furnace and the pump
shut down due to a power failure or other cause.
For amount of antifreeze to add follow instructions
on the container.
Use only environmentally friendly, propylene glycol
based, low toxicity, non-petroleum based antifreeze
designed for use in hot water furnace systems.
Available from your Cozeburn dealer.
4.
Turn on the water to pressurize the line system and
check for leaks in the system.
DO NOT PRESSURIZE THE FURNACE.
5.
CHECK ALL LINES AND CONNECTORS FOR LEAKS.
6.
After checking for leaks in system, open the SUPPLY
valve at the furnace and let water run for 2 minutes and
then close it.
7.
Now open the RETURN valve at the furnace and let
water run for 2 minutes and then close it.
8.
Repeat above procedure 3 to 4 times during filling of the
furnace. Alternating between lines will ensure that most
of the air is bled from the system.
9.
When the Cozeburn is full, shut off water and close the
in-line filler valve and disconnect the garden hose.
10. Mix Pro-Fab approved water treatment, with one to two
gallons of warm water and pour through vent opening,
Figure 3.
Maintaining Proper Water Level
When water level is low, the Cozeburn may be filled or topped
up through the vent opening, Figure 3.
First Fill
1.
To fill the furnace with water from the inside of the
building being heated, install a plumbing “T” in the
return or supply line complete with a check valve and
boiler drain, see Figure 4.
2.
Attach a garden hose, with two female ends, from the
water supply to the filler valve.
3.
Isolate the furnace by closing off supply and return
valves securely at the back of the furnace.
IMPORTANT: The Cozeburn may need to be drained of its
contents at some time in the future. Be sure to place the line
fill/drain assembly in a location where water can easily be
drained and will not cause damage to the surrounding area.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 17
OPERATION
Starting the Fire in the Outdoor Hot Water
Wood Furnace
Once the Cozeburn has been properly installed, all connections
checked thoroughly and the water system is filled to the proper
level, the unit is ready for starting a fire.
1.
Place some dry split kindling at the back of the firebox,
on top of some paper, and ignite.
2.
Once the kindling begins to burn, add large pieces of
wood until the fire burns briskly. Do not fill the firebox of
the furnace to capacity until the water in the furnace is
hot.
3.
Only put enough wood into the furnace as may be burned
during a twelve hour period. Do not fill the firebox above
the top of the loading door.
A small intense fire burns cleaner and is preferable
to long smoldering fires which may create excessive
creosote deposits in the chimney.
CORRECT
Wood
will
burn
cleaner and better if
exhaust passage is
kept open.
INCORRECT
Tightly packed wood
will reduce air flow for
proper combustion.
DO NOT OPERATE WITH LOADING OR ASH REMOVAL DOORS
OPEN.
DO NOT USE THE DOOR AS A LEVER TO FORCE WOOD INTO
THE FIREBOX!
Note: The Cozeburn has been pressure tested at the factory
for water leaks. Some condensation may be observed in the
firebox while the furnace is heating up after the water has
become completely cold.
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
OPERATION
OUTDOOR BEST BURN PRACTICES
1.
Read and follow all operating instructions supplied by the manufacturer.
2.
FUEL: Use only those fuels recommended by the manufacturer of the unit. Never use the following: trash, plastics, gasoline,
rubber, naphtha, household garbage, material treated with petroleum products (particle board, railroad ties and pressure
treated wood), leaves, paper products, and cardboard.
3.
LOADING FUEL: For a more efficient burn, pay careful attention to loading times and amounts. Follow the manufacturers
written instructions for recommended loading times and amounts.
4.
STARTERS: Do not use lighter fluids, gasoline, or chemicals.
5.
LOCATION: It is recommended that the unit be located with consideration to prevailing wind direction.
в–Є Furnace should be located no less than 100 feet from any residence not served by the furnace.
в–Є If located within 100 feet to 300 feet of any residence not served by the furnace, it is recommended that the stack be at
least two feet higher than the peak of that residence.
6.
Always remember to comply with all applicable state/provincial and local codes.
OUTDOOR FURNACE MANUFACTURER’S CAUCUS
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL 19
MAINTENANCE
During Heating Season
1.
Inspect the vent periodically for any blockages. Always
ensure that the vent cap fits loosely in order to prevent
the unit from becoming pressurized.
The Cozeburn is designed as an “Open to Atmosphere”
system and should never be under pressure!
2.
The ash tray must be checked weekly and emptied as
necessary. Ensure that the ash tray is securely closed
after each cleaning. Adjust the latch if necessary.
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a
tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes should
be placed on a noncombustible floor or on the ground,
well away from all combustible material, pending final
disposal. Other waste should not be placed in the
container with the ashes.
-do not relocate or bypass any of the safety controls in
the original gas, oil or electric boiler installation;
- the operation of a gas boiler must be verified for
acceptable operation, before and after installation of
the add-on appliance, by a gas fitter who is recognized
by the local and national regulatory authority;
- do not connect to any chimney or vent serving a gas
appliance.
End of Heating Season
Cleaning of the heat exchanger, flue pipe, chimney and draft
inducer if used, is especially important at the end of the
heating season to minimize corrosion during the summer
months caused by accumulated ash.
1.
Thoroughly clean the furnace of any creosote or ash
buildup.
Hardened creosote or ashes are easier to be removed
when furnace is still warm.
2.
Check to ensure there is no moisture in any part of the
inside of the firebox, or in the ash tray.
Failing to properly clean the furnace and protect it
from moisture during the off-season will void the
warranty.
3.
Check the water level at least once a week to ensure the
level is well above the “ADD” mark.
Oxygen buildup causes corrosion inside the water
system. Keeping the water reservoir completely full
avoids oxygen buildup, especially during the summer
months when the furnace is not in use.
4.
Check the door gasket to ensure an air tight fit and
maintain in good condition. Replace if necessary.
5.
Turn off power.
3.
6.
Check and clean the damper cover to prevent creosote
buildup. Do this weekly until experience shows how
often cleaning is necessary.
A creosote buildup could cause the damper to seize,
causing the circuit breaker to disengage.
Cover and seal the chimney to prevent any rain or
moisture from entering the firebox chamber while not in
use.
4.
Ensure the water reservoir is full during the non-heating
season to prevent corrosion inside the water jacket.
5.
Add a sufficient amount of Pro-Fab approved water
treatment to the water system each year after the
heating season. Operate the water circulating pump for
24 hours after adding water treatment to ensure proper
mixing of the water treatment with the water.
6.
A water sample must be drawn 30 days after purchase of
the unit and forwarded to your dealer for testing. Maintain
the results of this test on file. Thereafter, draw a water
sample once a year and forward to your dealer for testing.
Water properly treated with Pro-Fab approved water
treatment should be between 8.8 and 11.0, a nitrate
level between 730 and 1460 ppms as NaNO2, and a
conductivity must be less than or equal to 4000 mmhos.
If the pH or nitrite level is low, more Pro-Fab approved
water treatment should be added. If the level of
conductivity is too high, 1/2 the water in the unit should
be drained and replaced with fresh water.
Failing to use Pro-Fab approved water treatment
in accordance with the Installation and Operation
Instructions will void the warranty. See your dealer
for authorized supplies. It is the responsibility of the
owner to maintain yearly water sample results on file.
7.
Inspect the chimney and chimney connector monthly
during the heating season to determine if a creosote
buildup has occurred. Maintain and clean if there is
a buildup of creosote. When wood is burned slowly, it
produces tar and other organic vapors, which combine
with expelled moisture to form creosote. The creosote
vapors condense in the relatively cool chimney flue
of a slow burning fire. As a result, creosote residue
accumulates on the flue lining. When ignited, this
creosote makes an extremely hot fire. When burning
wood, the chimney connector and chimney should be
inspected monthly during the heating season, and
if creosote has accumulated, it must be removed to
reduce the risk of a chimney fire.
A buildup of creosote will also cause a poor draft.
8.
Cover plates and guards must be in place at all times,
except during maintenance and servicing.
9. Canadian requirements for supplementary (add-on)
boilers:
- operate the original gas, oil or electric boiler
periodically to ensure that it will operate satisfactorily
when needed;
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the Ash Tray
Power Outages
The Cozeburn furnace, unlike a gas or oil fired appliance,
does not stop generating heat when the power is
interrupted even though the blower automatically shuts off
causing the fire to die down. As a result the heat transfer
fluid in the furnace may over heat and boil off through the
vent. When power resumes be sure to check the fluid level.
1.
The ash tray must be checked weekly and emptied
as necessary. Ensure that the ash tray is securely
closed after each cleaning.
2.
To avoid a buildup of ashes in the firebox, stir ashes
daily to allow them to fall through to the ash tray.
Keep ashes away from the air injection tubes.
Caution: Ashes should be removed when fire is out,
do not remove burning material or glowing embers.
3.
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with
a tight fitting lid. The closed container of ashes
should be placed on a noncombustible floor or
on the ground, well away from all combustible
materials, pending final disposal. If the ashes
are disposed of by burial in soil or otherwise
locally dispersed, they should be retained in the
closed container until all cinders have thoroughly
cooled.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
21
REFERENCE
Operating the Digital Temperature Switch (DTS)
DTS Physical Data
Accuracy: В±1В°
Output: 16 Amp SPDT relay
Supply voltage: 110 V
Front panel protection: NEMA 4 (lp65)
Display: 3-digit, red. Digit height: 1/2” (1.27 cm)
Figure 1
DTS Programming
DTS Description
•
Press SET. SP text will appear on the display.
The digital temperature switch is designed for many heating
and cooling applications. The probe temperature (Figure 1) is
displayed on the bright 3-digit, red light emitting diode (LED).
The user is able to adjust the set point using the front keypad.
The unit features a 16 amp, single pole, double throw (SPDT)
relay with the temperature display in degrees Fahrenheit.
•
Press SET again. The real value is shown on the display.
•
The value can be modified with the UP and DOWN
arrows.
•
Press SET to enter new values.
•
Press SET and DOWN at the same time to exit
programming or wait one minute and the display will
automatically exit the programming mode.
DTS Wiring Diagram
NOTE: Only the temperature setting is programmable. All
other settings are locked.
DTS Maintenance/Repair
After final installation of the digital temperature switch,
no routine maintenance is required. This device is not field
repairable and should be returned to the factory if recalibration
or other service is required.
Any modification or tampering with the factory settings of the
DTS will void the furnace warranty.
DTS Display Messages
In normal operation, the probe temperature will be shown
on the display. In case of an alarm or error, the following
messages will be shown:
Er = Memory error
-- = Short-circuit probe error
в€ћ = Open probe error
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COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
REFERENCE
Outdoor Hot Water Wood Furnace Wiring Diagram - 250MS & 450MS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
Love Controller
Light Switch
Damper Switch
Light
Probe
Snap Disc
Circuit Breaker
Solenoid
Blower
Junction Box
3
4
2
1
5
6
7
8
Red
9
10
Black Power Line
White Natural Line
Line
Line
110 Volts AC
Ground
CAUTION
DO NOT CONNECT THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS OF THIS UNIT TO ANY
OTHER ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE.
DO NOT MODIFIY THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS OR ANY OTHER PART OF
THIS FURNACE. MODIFICATION TO ANY PART OF THIS FURNACE WILL VOID
THE WARRANTY.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
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REFERENCE
Furnace Reference Chart
When ordering parts please use this reference chart.
MODEL NUMBER
Warranty
Capacity
- Imperial gallons
- U.S. gallons
- Litres
Options
Front Draft
Forced
Natural
250MS
10 Years
450MS
10 Years
125
150
568
250
300
1,136
Yes
Optional
Yes
Optional
When ordering parts be sure to specify:
1. Serial Number
2. Model Number
3. Applicable Option
Standard Forced Draft Door
Optional Natural Draft Door
Solenoid and
damper lid regulate
air to blower
Solenoid
Solenoid
Damper Lid
Blower
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Baffle
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
REFERENCE
Furnace Specifications
FURNACE MODEL
250MS
450MS
Units
in
cm
in
cm
Total Width
49
125
57
145
Body Width
47
119
55
140
Total Length
80
203
97
246
Body Length
59
150
77
196
Chimney Size
6
15
8
20
Loading Door Size
in
20 x 20
20 x 24
cm
51 x 51
51 x 61
Firebox Size
H
30
76
36
91
W
33
84
45
114
L
42
107
60
152
Water Capacity
Imperial gallons
125
250
U.S. gallons
150
300
Litres
568
1,136
Sq. ft*
4,000
8,000
Sq. m*
372
743
lbs
1,900
2,800
kg
862
1,270
Heating Area
Shipping Weight
Note: Weights and measurements may vary slightly.
* May vary according to home and climatic conditions.
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25
TROUBLESHOOTING
Furnace Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Damper does not open.
High limit switches may be shut off because Wait for the water to cool down.
the water temperature is higher than aquastat
setting permits.
Circuit breaker may have disengaged due to Clean damper area.
creosote buildup on and around the damper Push reset button on breaker
causing the damper cover to stick.
(see page 8).
Hot water is not reaching
the building.
Little or no draft.
Furnace overheats and
boils.
No electricity.
Check your power supply.
Damper solenoid defective.
Replace.
Water level is low.
Fill system to proper water level.
No water circulating.
No power to pump.
Faulty pump - fix or replace pump, or
replace cartridge.
Air in water lines.
Bleed lines to release water and reprime
the circulating pump.
Furnace is cold.
Start small fire with dry kindling before
reloading furnace with firewood (see
page 18).
Chimney is plugged.
Clean regularly, as per instructions in the
manual.
Main door has been left open.
Close door.
Main door and/or ash tray gaskets are leaking. Replace gaskets or adjust latches and/
or hinges.
Circuit breaker
disengages.
Damper is sticking (solenoid overloaded).
Clean damper thoroughly.
Blower not functioning (forced draft only).
Clean and oil blower.
Solenoid rattles during
operation.
The alignment between the solenoid and the Loosen all four adjustment screws and
lift tab is out.
realign the solenoid until it operates
smoothly.
Extensive condensation
and creosote buildup.
Differential on aquastat not large enough, unit Increase differential settings.
cuts in too often.
Ash tray is sticking.
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Wet or poor quality of wood.
Use dry seasoned firewood only.
Creosote or condensation buildup.
Oil drawer slides and edges as required
and remove tray more often.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
TROUBLESHOOTING
Digital Controller Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
POSSIBLE CAUSE
The water overheated and
boiled over and now after
refilling it, the water temp
is below operating range
but there is no power
coming through to the
damper (and blower).
The High Limit Switch (snap disc) has tripped This high limit switch is designed to reset
the circuit.
automatically when the temperature
drops down to approximately 130В°F
(54В°C). When the snap disc function is
defaulted the power should be restored.
The demand for heat is
on with sufficient wood in
the firebox but no power
is coming to the damper
(and blower).
The damper lid may be stuck causing the Loosen the damper lid and push in reset
Reset Switch to pop out.
button.
While reloading the
firebox there seems to be
an excessive amount of
smoke coming out of the
door (more than usual).
The draft is restricted due to creosote buildup Clean the chimney stack, most buildup
in the chimney stack.
tends to be at the top of the stack.
COZEBURN INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL SOLUTION
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10 Year Limited Warranty
Warranty service may only be performed by Pro-Fab Industries
or a Pro-Fab Authorized Cozeburn Furnace Dealer or a Pro-Fab
Authorized Cozeburn Furnace Service Centre.
• Year ten (10) – ten percent (10%) coverage.
Absolutely no warranty is provided after ten (10) years from
the consumer date of purchase.
PRO-FAB INDUSTRIES INC. WARRANTY
Note: All parts NOT manufactured by Pro-Fab carry their own
manufacturer’s warranty. The owner is responsible for all costs
necessary to replace those parts unless covered by the applicable manufacturer (except for the one (1) year labour coverage at Pro-Fab rates and hours as stated above).
Pro-Fab Industries Inc. (hereinafter called “Pro-Fab”) warrants
to the original owner of the Cozeburn Furnace (hereinafter
called the “Cozeburn”) the following:
A two (2) year warranty on the workmanship of the furnace and
workmanship on all parts manufactured by Pro-Fab, from the
consumer date of purchase, and excluding normal wear items
such as (but not limited to) the door gasket, fire brick (if applicable), insulation, exterior finish and chimney.
A one (1) year warranty for any labour required for any repair or
replacement of the furnace or parts from the consumer date of
purchase based on Pro-Fab’s predetermined labour rates and allowable hours.
A limited pro-rated warranty coverage (which includes the one (1)
year labour coverage at Pro-Fab rates and hours as stated above) for a defective firebox and water jacket only, based on the following pro-rated scale from the consumer date of purchase:
• Years one (1) and two (2) – one hundred percent
(100%) coverage;
• Years three (3), four (4) and five (5) – sixty percent (60%)
coverage;
• Years six (6) and seven (7) – thirty percent (30%)
coverage;
• Years eight (8) and nine (9) – fifteen percent (15%)
coverage;
The above warranties are based on the following factors:
Pro-Fab reserves the right to repair or replace at its discretion
any defective part or furnace, in whole or in part.
Use of Pro-Fab approved water treatment. IMPORTANT: ProFab approved water treatment is available from your local
dealer or service centre and must be used and validated for
warranty coverage. The pH balance must remain between 8.8
and 11.0, the nitrite level must remain between 730 and 1460
ppm as NaNO2, and conductivity must be less than or equal to
4000 mmhos. A copy of the invoice itemizing the purchase of
approved water treatment will be required as proof of maintenance in the event of a warranty claim. All laboratory reports
must be kept as proof of maintenance (as indicated in the Installation and Operation Instruction Manual).
All instructions in the Cozeburn Installation and Operation Instruction Manual must be followed.
The Warranty Registration and a copy of the original bill (invoice) must be forwarded to Pro-Fab within thirty (30) days of
the consumer date of purchase to validate the warranty. Pro-Fab will not be responsible or liable for any of the following: a)
If warranty work requires removal or replacement of all or a part of
the furnace, Pro-Fab is not responsible for the cost of plumbing,
freight, permits, removal or disposal of damaged furnace or parts,
replacement of water or additives, labour after the one (1) year warranty coverage expires, or any cost other than the warrantied replacement part itself or the furnace; b) The care, maintenance and
safe operation of the Cozeburn Furnace, which is the responsibility
of the owner of the furnace; c) Any accidents, injury, damage or
loss incurred due to a heating system failure; d) Any accidents,
injury, damage or loss incurred due to faulty installation, operation
or maintenance; e) Any cost incurred for replacing or repairing of
parts not manufactured by Pro-Fab which carry their own manufacturer’s warranty (except for the one (1) year labour coverage
at Pro-Fab rates and hours as stated above); f) Any out-of-pocket
expenses, alternative accommodations or loss of revenue due to
defective parts or furnace; g) Performance problems caused by
improper sizing of the furnace, vent connection, or air openings;
h) Damages, malfunctions or failures resulting from the use of any
attachment not authorized by Pro-Fab; i) Units installed outside the
continental United States, Alaska, or the provinces and territories of Canada without prior approval from Pro-Fab; j) Units with their
safety certification labels removed; or k) Damages, malfunctions
or failures caused by force majeure, abuse, accident, fire, or acts
of God.
There are no other warranties, expressed or implied, by Pro-Fab or
its Authorized Cozeburn Furnace Dealers or Authorized Cozeburn
Furnace Service Centres regarding the Cozeburn Furnace except
the warranty expressed herein. ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY, OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE, SHALL NOT EXTEND BEYOND THE APPLICABLE
WARRANTY PERIODS SPECIFIED ABOVE. PRO-FAB’S SOLE
LIABILITY, WITH RESPECT TO ANY DEFECT, SHALL BE AS SET
FORTH IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, AND ANY CLAIMS FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES ARE EXCLUDED. No person is authorized to bind Pro-Fab to any other warranty
whatsoever.
Pro-Fab reserves the right at any time to make changes or improvements to the design, materials, or specifications of the Cozeburn
line of furnaces or parts without thereby becoming liable to make
similar changes in the furnaces or any of its parts previously manufactured.
Manufactured by:
Pro-Fab Industries Inc.
Box 112 Arborg, MB R0C 0A0
Issue Date: June 2012 Part No: 815378R04
Any available warranty will be void if: a) Maintenance procedures
are not followed (as indicated in the Installation and Operation
Instruction Manual); b) Water treatment and proper additives are
not used as specified in the Installation and Operation Instruction
Manual ; c) The Cozeburn Furnace has been altered in any way; d)
Any material other than Pro-Fab approved fuel has been used; e)
Any instruction given in the Installation and Operation Instruction
Manual which has not been followed including during installation
or regular maintenance; or f) Any claim made under the warranty
for a person other than the original owner.
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