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! WARNING: This heater must be installed and serviced by trained gas installation and service personnel only!
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or maintenance can cause property damage, injury or death.
Read the installation, operating and maintenance instructions thoroughly before installing or servicing this equipment.
Protect yourself and others by observing all safety information. Retain instructions for future reference.
*For complete installation instructions, see the General Manual that accompanied this piece.
Additional literature on this and other products are available at www.detroitradiant.com.
AG2 Series
Project: _______________________________ Date: ____________________
VTable of Contents
Customer Name: __________________________________________________
Location: ________________________________________________________
City: ___________________________ State: __________ Zip: _____________
Page
Models
1
Warnings
2
Contractor: _______________________________________________________
Clearances to Combustibles 2
Engineer: ________________________________________________________
Product Summary
3
Address: ________________________________________________________
Product Instructions
3
Heater Requirements
4
Theory of Operation
4
City: ____________________________ State: _________ Zip: _____________
Serial #: _______________________________ Phone#: __________________
Wiring Diagrams
5-7
Local Representative: _______________________________________________
Flowchart
8-9
Date of Installation: ________________________________________________
Parts Listing
Notes: __________________________________________________________
Series Kit Contents
Model
12
V.5/05
Applications
Qty.
10-11
Straight U-Tube Weight Length Length
Pcs.
Suggested Uncoated
Mounting Combustion
Chamber
Height
Radiant
Emitter Tube
Alum. Baffle
Add On Pieces
Gas Type
BTU/H
BTU/H
(circle one)
High Fire
Low Fire
Swine
Arena
Dairy
Poultry
Shops
AG2-20-65
N or LP
65,000
50,000
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
21'-7"
13'-0"
120# - 2
6' - 9'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 1
5
AG2-20-75
N or LP
75,000
50,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
21'-7"
13'-0"
120# - 2
7' - 10'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 1
5
AG2-30-65
N or LP
65,000
50,000
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
31'-3"
**17'-8" 160# - 2
6' - 9'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 2
5
AG2-30-75
N or LP
75,000
50,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
31'-3"
**17'-8" 160# - 2
7' - 10'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 2
5
AG2-30-100
N or LP
100,000 65,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
31'-3"
**17'-8" 160# - 2
8' - 14'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 2
6
AG2-40-65
N or LP
65,000
50,000
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
40'-11"
22'-8"
190# - 2
6' - 9'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 3
5
AG2-40-75
N or LP
75,000
50,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
40'-11"
22'-8"
190# - 2
7' - 10'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 3
5
AG2-40-100
N or LP
100,000 65,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
40'-11"
22'-8"
190# - 2
7' - 11'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 3
5
AG2-40-125
N or LP
125,000 95,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
40'-11"
22'-8"
190# - 2
9' - 14'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 3
5
AG2-40-150
N or LP
150,000 100,000
No
Yes Yes
No
Yes
40'-11"
22'-8"
190# - 2
10' - 14'
Titanium
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 3
5
AG2-50-100
N or LP
100,000 65,000
No
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
50'-7"
**27'-4" 235# - 2
8' - 11'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 4
5
AG2-50-125
N or LP
125,000 95,000
No
Yes Yes
Yes
Yes
50'-7"
**27'-4" 235# - 2
9' - 14'
Aluminized
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 4
5
AG2-50-150
N or LP
150,000 100,000
No
Yes Yes
No
Yes
50'-7"
**27'-4" 235# - 2
10' - 14'
Titanium
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 4
5
AG2-60-150
N or LP
150,000 100,000
No
Yes Yes
No
Yes
60'-3"
10' - 14'
Titanium
4" Hot Rolled
Qty. 5
5
Model #
Polebarns &
32'-4"
270# - 3
** Model requires 5EA-SUB accessory package.
• AGAO-SS - Upgrade burner box from coated steel to 304 Series Stainless.
• ALUM-AO - Upgrade hot rolled steel radiant tubes to black coated 16ga. aluminized steel for maximum efficiency and longevity.
Highly recommended in any contaminated or moisture laden environment (ex. poultry applications). See chart above for quantity needed.
Warranty registration options:
1. Register online at www.reverberray.com/warranty
2. Complete the information above and fax to Detroit Radiant Products Co.
3. Complete the information above and mail to Detroit Radiant Products Co.
Printed in U.S.A.
© 2005 Detroit Radiant Products Co.
21400 Hoover Rd., Warren, MI 48089
T. (586) 756-0950 F. (586) 756-2626
Form# LIOAG2-2M-9/05 (ID)
Replaces Form# LIOAG2-1M-03/01
ENGLISH
AG2 Series V.5/05 - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual*
AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series
! WARNING!
NOT FOR RESIDENTIAL USE!
Do not use in the home, sleeping quarters,
attached garages, etc.
!
WARNING!
This heater must be installed and serviced by
trained gas installation and service personnel
only. Read and understand these instructions
thoroughly before attempting to install, operate
or service this heater. Failure to comply could
result in personal injury, asphyxiation, death,
fire, and/or property damage. Retain these
instructions for future reference.
!
WARNING!
This is not an explosion-proof heater. Where
there is the possibility of exposure to flammable
vapors, consult the local fire marshal, the fire
insurance carrier and other authorities for
approval of the proposed installation.
!
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES (IN.)
MODEL NO.
AG2 (20,30,40) - 65 [N,P]
W/1 side shield
W/2 side shields
20 ft from burner
AG2 (20,30,40) - 75 [N,P]
W/1 side shield
W/2 side shields
20 ft from burner
AG2 (30,40,50) - 100 [N,P]
W/1 side shield
W/2 side shields
20 ft from burner
AG2 (40,50,60)-125 [N,P]
W/1 side shield
W/2 side shields
20 ft from burner
AG2 (40,50,60) - 150 [N,P]
W/1 side shield
W/2 side shields
20 ft from burner
MOUNTING
ANGLE
0º
45º
0º
0º
0º
0º
45º
0º
0º
0º
0º
45º
0º
0º
0º
0º
45º
0º
0º
0º
0º
45º
0º
0º
0º
SIDE
FRONT BELOW
9
9
39
8
29
8
9
9
7
7
9
9
39
8
29
8
9
9
7
7
14
14
39
8
29
8
16
16
7
7
20
20
58
8
42
8
20
20
7
7
24
24
58
8
42
8
23
23
11
11
TOP
BELOW
6
10
6
6
6
6
10
6
6
6
6
10
6
6
6
6
10
6
6
6
6
10
6
6
6
60
60
60
60
30
60
60
60
60
30
66
66
66
66
30
76
76
76
76
30
81
81
81
81
44
WARNING!
Failure to comply with the stated clearances
to combustibles could result in personal injury,
death and/or property damage.
!
WARNING!
In locations used for the storage of combustible
materials, signs must be posted to specify the
maximum permissible stacking height to
maintain the required clearances from the heater
to the combustibles. Signs must either be posted
adjacent to the heater thermostats or inthe
absence of such thermostats, in a conspicuous
location.
!
0° MOUNTING ANGLE
45° MOUNTING ANGLE
0° W/1 SIDE SHIELD
0° W/2 SIDE SHIELDS
WARNING!
This heater should be installed so that the
minimum clearances to vehicles, as marked
on the heater, will be maintained. If vehicle
lifts are present, ensure that these clearances
will be maintained from the highest raised
vehicle.
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AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series Mechanical Instructions
This supplement is designed to address the specifics of the AG2 Series - see page 12 for product features.
Product Summary
AG2 Series heaters are available from 20 to 60 foot, 65,000 to 150,000 BTU’s, natural or LP gas. AG2 Series are positive
pressure, two stage heaters and feature uncoated hot rolled steel for it’s radiant pipes.
Operational Features
Outside air for combustion is required in all agricultural applications. Place air inlet in a non-contaminated area, away from any
steam or moisture sources.
Tube Installation Sequence
The AG2 Series has a 4" uncoated combustion chamber (identified by an orange sticker) and 4" uncoated hot rolled steel
(HRT) heat exchangers, following the combustion chamber and every tube there after. 150,000 BTU/H models incorporate an
aluminized tube to be placed directly following the combustion chamber. Tube packages with the ALUM-AO upgrade will have
4” black coated aluminized heat exchangers replacing the uncoated hot rolled steel. See the Tube Installation Sequence chart
below for an illustration.
Aluminized
*
Combustion Chamber
Aluminized
Uncoated
Hot-Rolled or Aluminized
(65-125 MBTU/H) (150 MBTU/H)
(65-125 MBTU/H)
(100-125 MBTU/H)
Uncoated
Hot-Rolled or Aluminized
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
*
(150 MBTU/H)
(100-125 MBTU/H)
(150 MBTU/H)
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
*
Combustion Chamber
Uncoated Aluminized
Titanium
(150 MBTU/H)
B
(150 MBTU/H)
Combustion Chamber
Aluminized or Titanium
B
*
Combustion Chamber
Aluminized or Titanium
B
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
(65-100 MBTU/H)
B
* = Baffle location
B = Burner location
Uncoated Hot-rolled
(65-75 MBTU/H)
B
(150 MBTU/H)
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
Uncoated Hot-rolled
*
Combustion Chamber
Combustion Air
Air Intake through attic
for broiler houses.
The combustion air intake collar is also a factory-preset air orifice.
Non-contaminated air for combustion must be ducted to the heater
in all agricultural applications.
Do not take combustion air from positively or negatively
pressurized attic spaces, except in broiler houses.
Burner
1/4” Bird
Screen
Curtain
Wall
Locate intake away from any steam source. Use caution when
placing intake above curtain walls, as they leak .
See adjacent figure. Use light gauge, 4 inch PVC air intake
material from curtain sidewall to heater. Do not exceed 25 feet.
With elbow, drop below curtain top, one foot in length. Cap with
1/4 inch birdscreen.
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AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series
Electrical Requirements
First Stage Running Circuit:
•
•
•
•
After ignition the flame-rod monitors the main burner flame. If
flame is lost, the control acts to close the gas valve within one
second and a new trial sequence, identical to the start up
sequence, is initiated. If proof is not established within 8.5
seconds, the unit will retry 2 additional ignition sequences and
then proceed to hard lock-out. The control can be reset by
interrupting the power source or at the thermostat.
120 Volt - 60 Hz GRD, 3-wire.
24V thermostat connection.
Starting current 4.8 amps
Running current 1.1 amps
Gas Requirements
Second Stage Running Circuit:
• Manifold Pressure
•
•
Stage two on the gas valve is powered directly from the second
stage of the controller or thermostat. In order for the second
stage to flow the higher output, the first stage has to be
energized as well. The controller or thermostat will determine
which stage is required to maintain the desired comfort level.
- Nat. 3.5’’ - LP. 10.0’’
Minimum Inlet Pressure
- Nat. 5.0’’ - LP. 11.0’’
Maximum Inlet
- Nat. 14.0’’ - LP. 14.0’’
Shut Down:
Allowances must be made for the system to expand. Consult
installation manual for further gas supply instructions.
When the controller or thermostat is satisfied the fan will enter
into a 2 minute post-purge cycle.
Ventilation Requirements
Soft Lockout:
• In agricultural applications, these heaters are generally
•
•
In the event of an external interruption (wind, gas, etc.) the
heater will go into a “soft-lockout” feature. In this mode the
heater will attempt a normal start-up after approximately 30
seconds. In the event of continued problems, the heater will
go into a hard lock-out mode.
unvented.
Consult the generic supplement for venting instructions.
For unvented operation, there must be a positive air
displacement of at least 4.0 CFM per 1000 BTU/H for natural
gas or 4.5 CFM per 1000 BTU/H for LP gas. WVE-4
termination cap must also be used.
Lockout Codes:
In event of a component failure, a red LED diagnostic light
located on the burner box end panel will flash a code identifying
the fault. Lockout codes are summarized in the table below.
Some fault codes have a time delay before the LED will flash.
Refer to the FAULT CODE DELAY on the chart to see the
approximate time delay.
Theory of Operation
Standby:
The Micro 60U24 control continually checks for internal faults,
safety circuit integrity, and relay contact positioning.
LED CODE
Starting Circuit:
Upon a call for heat, the control will verify that the differential
pressure switch is in the proper position. The fan relay
energizes the fan, an operational static pressure is achieved
and the normally open differential pressure switch will close,
initiating the ignition sequence. The glow-bar is powered and
after 45 seconds the main gas valve opens. If flame is not
established the heater will attempt to re-ignite for a total of
three trials for ignition and then proceed to lockout.
FAULT STATUS
FAULT CODE DELAY
Initial flash on power up,
then steady off
Normal operation
Immediate
Steady on
Module failure / Internal fault
Immediate
1 flash
Ignition failure
30-32 minutes
2 or 3 flashes
APS - Note: fan / intake / exhaust
Solenoid valve fault / Leaky valve /
Flame amplifier fault
10-12 minutes
Transformer fault
Immediate
4 flashes
No flash on 117V start up
Immediate
NOTE: Hard lockout LED CODE will appear upon completion
of the soft lockout sequence of operation.
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AG2 Series Wiring Diagrams
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AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series
Field Wiring Diagrams
AG2 FIELD WIRING WITH INTERNAL RELAY
TYPICAL WIRING DIAGRAM TO BARN CONTROLLER
** This wiring diagram may be used if a two-stage barn controller is not available. Two-stage barn controllers are always preferred.
TWO-STAGE CONTROL WIRING WITH SINGLE STAGE BARN CONTROLLER
ELECTRICIAN: 24V must be field supplied to each unit’s yellow cord. Supply 120V to black cord. Observe polarity. Confirm
proper two stage electrical wiring by cycling heaters between stages. Proper operation of high fire, low fire and off should be
confirmed on all two stage AG2 Heaters. AG2 model heaters require a 24-volt two-stage thermostat / controller to operate.
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AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series Sample Brooder Installation Diagrams
CENTER HOUSE INSTALLATION
NOTE: Utilize CH hangers on houses 60 feet or more with center house mounting
SIDE WALL INSTALLATION
NOTE: Mount Reflector at a 45° angle toward center.
30’, 40’ and 50’ TRUSS INSTALLATION
7
8
NO
YES
Does the ignitor warm
up and glow red?
YES
Does the fan
blower turn on?
Turn up thermostat
YES
NO
NO
Is the ignitor
physically damaged?
YES
Replace ignitor.
YES
Replace circuit board.
NO
NO
NO
NO
YES
YES
YES
YES
After 30 minutes of non-operation has
passed, is there a flash code for ASP-1 or
ASP-2 failure (2 or 3 flashes)?
YES
YES
NO
YES
YES
* Baffle(s) is in the tube(s) farthest
from the burner.
* Heater, fan blower, squirrel cage,
intake and exhaust are clean and free
from dirt and obstructions.
* The 4” air intake pipe does not
exceed 20 feet and/or 2 elbows.
* There is not a negative pressure
experienced at the area of air intake
(i.e. attic space, high-winds, very tight
building).
Remove obstruction.
The Fan is faulty and
must be replaced.
NO
Is the fan obstructed?
The circuit board is
faulty and must be
replaced.
NO
Is the circuit board
sending 120V to
the fan?
YES
Is there a fault
flash code? See
page 7 for chart.
NO
YES
Replace the switch after verifying the
following:
Repair wiring or hose
connections.
The thermostat or wiring is
faulty and should be replaced
or repaired.
Replace faulty wiring.
Find source of electrical
problem between transformer
and thermostat.
NO
Is there 24V to the
thermostat?
The internal
transformer is faulty
and must be replaced.
The relay board is
faulty and must be
replaced.
The circuit board is faulty
and must be replaced.
NO
Is the power across the TH
terminal on the circuit board
and ground on the circuit
board 24V?
YES
NO
Is there 120V on the primary
side of the internal transformer?
NO
Is the power across the 24V
terminal on the circuit board
and ground on the circuit
board 24V?
Check for loose wiring or restrictions in hose
connections to the pressure switch. Are they
ok?
Is the resistance through
the ignitor45-400 ohms?
NO
Replace ignitor.
YES
During the first 45 seconds of power
up, is there 120 Volts going to the
ignitor?
Remove obstruction.
YES
Is the inlet or the outlet of the unit
obstructed? I.e. ice, birds nest, dirt, etc.
NO
YES
Is there 24V on the secondary
side of the external transformer?
Transformer is faulty and
must be replaced.
Check voltage at ignitor during the
ignition sequence (usually 30-45 seconds
after power to heater). Is it 120V?
NO
YES
Is there 120V on the primary side
of the external transformer?
NO
Check power across the
green and white wires of the
yellow control cord. Is the
power 24V?
Find the source of the electrical
problem between panel &
external transformer.
Find the source of the electrical
problem between panel & heater.
NO
Is the power at the heater
120V?
AG2 Troubleshooting Flow Chart
YES
YES
YES
Test for 24V at valve
during valve opening
period (usually 30-45
seconds after power to the
heater). Is there 24V to
valve for 8 seconds?
NO
NO
Troubleshooting ends.
The following can cause the
heater to shut down:
* Improper grounding.
* High winds.
* Taking combustion air from the
attic.
* Dirty environment.
* Baffle improperly positioned.
* Fluctuating gas pressure.
NO
YES
Replace gas
valve.
NO
YES
YES
NO
YES
NO
The valve is faulty and
must be replaced.
YES
YES
YES
NO
Exhaust pressure
switch may be faulty
or there is a restriction
in the exhaust.
Correct
problem.
YES
*
See page 7 for fault
flash code signals.
Sensing rod is faulty or flame is weak.
Check to make sure heater is
operating at proper gas pressure as
indicated on AGA burner rating label
and then replace sensing rod if
needed.
NO
*
Bypassing any switch
is for testing purposes
only.
Do not leave
switch bypassed during
normal operation or
heater’s built-in safety
mechanisms will be
compromised.
WARNING:
Check to make sure
flame sensor wire is OK
and then replace circuit
board.
YES
With microammeter, check DC
voltage at flame rod. Is it greater
than 0.7 microamps?
Make sure gas lines were purged
of air.
Correct
problem.
The relay board is
faulty and must be
replaced.
NO
Measure the voltage
across the red wire
on the relay board
and GND on the
circuit board. It
there 24V?
NOTE: To confirm the heater is not in high-fire mode, check the manifold
pressure. If 3.5” natural or 10” propane, the light is faulty and should be
replaced. If approximately 2.0” to 2.5” natural or 5.0” to 6.5” propane,
the heater is in low-fire mode and the troubleshooting steps described
here should be followed.
Correct problem.
NO
NO
Check power across the green and black
wires of the yellow control cord. Is the
power 24V?
Repair or replace faulty
wiring or thermostat.
Is the heater properly grounded?
Is the heater’s polarity correct?
Check to make sure that the gas pressure is
within minimum and maximum inputs as
indicated on the AGA burner rating label. Is
gas pressure OK?
YES
Does the burner come
on and then turn off
immediately (1 or 2
seconds).
NO
Does the burner stay on for
approx. 8 seconds and then shut
off?
Is the gas cock in the
ON position?
Correct
problem.
Possibly, the circuit board
and/or wiring harness is
faulty. These should be
replaced.
If heater does not go into high-fire mode, check the following:
Check to make sure gas pressure is within
minimum and maximum inputs, as indicated
on AGA burner rating label. Is gas pressure
OK?
Check to make sure gas pressure is within
minimum and maximum inputs, as indicated
on AGA burner rating label. Is gas pressure
OK?
NO
NO
Does heater stay on until
call for heat ends?
YES
Does the burner stay
on?
YES
Does the burner light?
YES
After ignitor is
warmed up, does gas valve
open?
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AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series
Parts Breakdown
10
PART #
11
DESCRIPTION
CONTROL BOX COVER
FLANGE GASKET
CONDUIT COUPLING
CONDUIT 4" X 1/2"
GLO-BAR IGNITOR BOX
GLO-BAR IGNITOR BOX COVER
SIGHT GLASS GASKET
SIGHT GLASS
SIGHT GLASS WASHER
SIGHT GLASS KIT
WIRE HANGER
120" REFLECTOR
TUBE CLAMP
10 FT. RADIANT TUBE STRAIGHT
10 FT. RADIANT TUBE STRAIGHT (AL-TI)
10 FT. UNCOATED HOT ROLLED STEEL RADIANT TUBE
CONTROL BOX HANGING BRACKET
1/2" GAS COCK
AIR ORIFICE W/SCREEN (CONSULT FACTORY)
GLO-BAR IGNITOR
BURNER BOX DIVIDER
FAN BLOWER
33" INTERLOCKING HEAT DIFFUSER (BAFFLE)
STRAIN RELIEF BUSHING
CONTROL BOX COVER GASKET (PER FOOT**)
RUBBER GROMMET
REFLECTOR CENTER SUPPORT
STAINLESS STEEL FLEX CONNECTOR
1/4" X 1/4" BRASS INT./EXT. ATMOS.BARB FITTING
REFLECTOR END CAP
REFLECTOR CLIP
GASKET FOR AIR ORIFICE & AIR COLLAR
PART #
TP-200
TP-201B
TP-202
TP-204
TP-205
TP-207
TP-208
TP-211
TP-211A
TP-212
TP-214
TP-217
TP-218
TP-221
TP-222
TP-222A
TP-223
TP-303
TP-825
TP-826
TP-827
TP-828
TP-840
TP-841
TP-933
TP-934
TP-1402
TP-1404
TP-NOPS
(TP-264B)
(TP-264E)
(TP-264D)
** 6' TOTAL NEEDED TO COVER OUTER EDGES OF A BURNER BOX.
TP-1
TP-5
TP-9
TP-10
TP-11
TP-12
TP-14
TP-15
TP-16
TP-17
TP-19B
TP-20C
TP-21B
TP-26A
TP-26B
TP-26C
TP-31B
TP-33B
TP-44
TP-50
TP-54
TP-55A
TP-65
TP-68A
TP-70
TP-76
TP-82
TP-83
TP-97
TP-105
TP-106
TP-122
DESCRIPTION
BURNER (50 TO 100 MBTU/H)
BURNER (125 MBTU/H TO 150 MBTU/H)
16" BURNER TUBE W/ FLANGE
GAS ORIFICE - CONSULT FACTORY
GLO-BAR HOLDER
V.5/05 PRESSURE SWITCH MOUNTING BRACKET
"Z" MOUNTING BRACKET
MARK 17X-24 CIRCUIT BOARD
MARK 17U-24 CIRCUIT BOARD (REMOTE SENSE)
1/2" X 3" PIPE NIPPLE
GLO-BAR WIRING HARNESS
PRESSURE BARB FITTING
EXHAUST PRESSURE TUBE (VINYL)
GLO-BAR HOLDER GASKET
FLAME ROD
FLAME ROD WIRE
GAS MANIFOLD
END PANEL - RIGHT
HLRB RELAY BOARD
40VA TRANSFORMER (OLD TP219)
RED LED DISPLAY DIAGNOSTIC LIGHT
YELLOW OPERATIONAL IND. LIGHT (OLD TP216)
36E96-224 TWO STAGE GAS VALVE-NAT (OLD TP210)
36E96-226 TWO STAGE GAS VALVE-LP (OLD TP210P)
6' BLACK 120V THREE PRONG PLUG
6' YELLOW 24V CONTROL WIRE
END PANEL - LEFT
CONTROL BOX
NORMALLY OPEN DIFFERENTIAL SWITCH
N.O. Differential Pressure Switch (65 TO 75MBTU/H)
N.O. Differential Pressure Switch (100 TO 125MBTU/H)
N.O. Differential Pressure Switch (150MBTU/H)
AG2 SERIES PARTS LISTING
AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
AG2 Series Basic Parts List
AG2 Series - 4” Tube Heater Installation, Operation, Maintenance and Parts Manual
Kit Contents & Product Features
Kit contents for the AG2 Series are shown below. Reference the proper column for your particular models length.
FILLED BY:
TP#
TP-19B
TP-21B
TP-33B
TP-82
TP-83
TP-105
TP-106
IOM
4” Hanger
TP-19B
AG2 SERIES KIT CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION
20 FOOT
4" Hangers
4" Tube Clamps
1/2" Gas Cock
4" Refl. Cntr. Sprt.
24" SS Flex Line
Refl. End caps
Refl. End cap Clips
Install / Op Manual
4” Butt Clamp
TP-21B
1/2” Gas Cock
TP-33B
3
2
1
1
1
2
8
1
30 FOOT
4
3
1
1
1
2
8
1
4” Reflector Center
Support - TP-82
PRODUCT FEATURES
40 FOOT
50 FOOT
60 FOOT
5
4
1
1
1
2
8
1
6
5
1
1
1
2
8
1
7
6
1
1
1
2
8
1
24" SS Flex
Connect TP-83
CONTROLS
• 100% safety shut off.
APPROVALS
• Differential pressure switch.
• IAS, CSA.
• Stainless steel flame swirl burner.
• Indoor / outdoor approval.
• Silicon carbide hot surface igniter.
• Commercial / agricultural approval. • Flame rod sensing.
• Pre and post purge controls.
BURNER SIGHT GLASS
• Microprocessor circuit board provides
• For burner inspection.
soft lockout and self-diagnostic
features.
COMBUSTION AIR INLET & VENT
• 4” Male duct.
EMITTER & COMBUSTION TUBES
• Black coated aluminized steel combustion
WATERPROOFED CONTROL BOX
chamber (first 10’ section) 65-125
• Outside air collar (4”) attached.
MBTU/H models only.
• Totally enclosed components.
• Black coated titanium treated combustion
chamber (first 10’section) 150 MBTU/H
GAS CONNECTION
models only.
• 1/2” gas cock included.
coated with high temperature, corrosion
• 7/8” flare-2’ S.S. flex included.
resistant black coating .95 emissivity.
• Uncoated aluminized combustion
chamber (second 10’ section) 150
MBTU/H models only.
• 16ga. 4” O.D. uncoated hot-rolled steel
radiant tubes.
• Slip fit connection.
12
Reflector End Caps
TP-105
Bag of Reflector
End Cap Clips.
TP-106
Generic IOM
(LIOGT)
AND
AG2 Series Insert
(LIOAG2)
OPERATIONAL LIGHTS
• Light #1 - Indicates high fire.
• Light #2 - Indicates low fire.
• Light #3 (red) - Indicates diagnostic
fault code (see status chart on page 4).
WARRANTY
1 year - Burner box components.
3 years - Combustion and radiant tubes.
5 years - Burner.
OTHER
• One reflector center support per
heater.
• Turbulator baffle included.
• Stainless steel upgrades available.
• Made in U.S.A
• Visit www.detroitradiant.com

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