Effecta Lambda 25 35 60 Manual
EFFECTA LAMBDA 25/35/60
INSTALLATION
MAINTENANCE
SERVICE
ASSEMBLY
Rev.JG. 014-06-03
▀ United Kingdom ”Clean Air Act”
Effecta Lambda has been recommended as suitable for use in smoke control areas when burning wood logs.
Under the Clean Air Act local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of the
authority to be a smoke control area. It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any fixed boiler if located in a designated smoke control area. It is
also an offence to acquire an ”unauthorised fuel” for use within a smoke control area.
unless it is used in an ”exempt” appliance (”exempted” from the controls which generally apply in the smoke control area). The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
has powers under the Act to authorise smokeless fuels or exempt appliances for use in smoke
control areas in England. In Scotland and Wales this power rests with Ministers in the devolved
administrations for those countries. Separate legislation, the Clean Air (Northern Ireland) Order
1981, applies in Northern Ireland. Therefore it is a requirement that fuels burnt or obtained for
use in smoke control areas have been ”authorised” in Regulations and that appliances used to
burn solid fuel in those areas (other than ”authorised” fuels) have been exempted by an Order
made and signed by the Secretary of State or Minister in the devolved administrations.
Your local authority is responsible for implementing the Clean Air Act 1993 including designation and supervision of smoke control areas and you can contact them for details of Clean Air
Act requirements”
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▀ Contents
UK Clean Air Act
2
Contents
3
Warranty
4
General
5
To the installer
6
System components
7
System components
8
Emergency cooling
9
Environment
10
Component placement
11
Technical data
12
Function Laddomat 21-60
13
Sleeve placement Accumulator BBS
14
First firing
15
Firing cycle
15
The menu system
16
Electrical installation
17
Shunt control sensors
18
Shunt control heating curves
19
Shunt control heating curves
20
Cleaning and maintenance
21
Cleaning and maintenance
22
Door cleaning function
23
Door adjustment
24
Rotate the door
25
Hydraulic scheme
26
Draft reducer
27
Pellet burning
27
Mounting the pellet burner
28
Components for swiweling mounting arm
28
Ceramics kit
29
Ceramics replacement
30
Air damper components
31
Troubleshooting
32
CE marking and Type plate
33
34
Spare parts lambda
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▀ Warranty
Products from Effecta are guaranteed free of defects with regards to materials and workmanship for two years for wear parts such as gaskets, pumps, ceramics and electrical components from the date of installation. The wood boiler's welded body has a warranty period of
five years. This warranty also includes original spare parts. Any defective products are replaced or repaired as per assessment by the retailer concerned, or by Effecta. When replacing
a faulty product, Effecta reserves the right to replace it with a new one or a renovated one of
the same or equivalent type.
In the case of a complaint, Effecta must be contacted before any servicing begins. Complaints
must be made promptly. A complaint must always describe the type of product, date of purchase and serial number.
Otherwise, in the case of a complaint, the HVAC industry's current regulations apply.
Warranty conditions:
The warranty requires that:
- Installation of the product and the heating system have been done according to the
installation instructions and have been performed professionally.
- The location where the product is installed is designed to make it suitable for this end.
The warranty does not cover:
- The heating system's overall operation, downtime costs or costs for temporary replacement of
the product.
- Damage caused by negligence during the installation, usage which is contrary to the installation
and user instructions.
- Damage caused by abnormal wear, improper care or improper maintenance.
- Damage that occurs due to placement in an unsuitable location.
- Damage caused by vermin.
- Damage that occurs due to cold.
Facility data:
To be completed when the system is installed / serial number is located on the product label on
top of the boiler and on the front of the accumulator tanks.
Date:
Installer:
Serial number:
Electrical installer:
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▀ General
Effecta Lambda is a wood boiler with an induced-draught fan. The boiler is fired with wooden logs
measuring 50 cm for 35kW and 60kW, 40cm for the 25kW. The boiler must be docked to one or
more accumulator tanks, which are charged with charging equipment of the Laddomat 21-60 for
25kW and 35kW, Laddomat 21-100 for the 60kW ,type or equivalent. Hot water is taken from the
top of the boiler and is conducted to the accumulator tank. Return water from the accumulator
tank is conducted via the charging unit to the bottom of the boiler. The water is conducted from
the accumulator tank to the radiator circuit via a shunt valve that mixes the water to the desired
temperature.
Hot water preparation
For hot water storage, the accumulator tank must have a built-in hot water coil or equivalent. The
temperature of the hot water is adjusted by means of a mixing valve. The amount of hot water that
can be tapped depends on the accumulator tank temperature, size and the incoming cold water
flow.
Combustion
On the front of the boiler, there are two air inlets. The dampers are controlled by two motors
that receive a signal about the oxygen level from the lambda probe to obtain the best possible
environmental value and thus the best efficiency. Normally, the preset values do not need to be
adjusted for different wood types and humidity levels.
System description
Effecta Lambda has a recommended accumulator tank volume of, 25kW 1000-2000, 35kW
1,500-2,500 and 60kW 3000-6000litres. If a smaller volume is installed, the boiler's performance
may no longer be optimal. During installation, a charging coupler with a thermal valve must always
be connected, for example Laddomat 21-60 or 21-100. A wood boiler that is connected to one or
more accumulator tanks has a number of advantages,
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The boiler's loading compartment can always be filled with wood
The user normally has a long interval between firings
Extended life for the boiler and wear parts
The boiler is always fired at maximum output
The environment and efficiency receive the best performance levels
Always try to select an accumulator tank size that will allow you to fire no more than once a day.
When a new firing commences, the boiler fan starts up in order to provide combustion air and
prevent smoke emission. When the boiler reaches a temperature of 72°C, the accumulator tank
starts to charge, and the charging equipment ensures that this is done using layering. When
the accumulator tank is heated, the fan and the charging pump stop. The warm water in the
accumulator tank then heats the house via a shunt valve or automatic shunt. The hot water is
controlled with a mixing valve.
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▀ To the installer
It is time to install the Effecta Lambda wood boiler. Please follow the examples we provide for a
safe installation. After installation, be sure to instruct the customer on how the heating system
and the boiler work, in order to avoid unnecessary complications in the future.
Responsibillity of the installer
The installer is obliged to confirm that the appliance and associated installation work comply
with the applicicable parts of the Building Regulations of the country of installation.
Set up
The boiler is positioned so that the surface temperature of flammable building material not
exceed 80°C. The boiler should be positioned at least
15 cm (1.) from the wall. The distance from the smoke
connection to a flammable wall with ignition protective
covering must be at least 30 cm (4.). In order to clean
the boiler, a minimum clear space of 1 metre (2.) is
required in front of the boiler and on the side at the
convection section and at any inspection panel in
the chimney. A passage with a minimum width
of 0.5 (3.) m is required along one of the long
sides of the boiler.
The boiler room
The boiler must be installed in a boiler room
or boiler house. The ceilings and walls
must be fitted with ignition protective
covering and the floor must be made
of non-combustible material. Minimum
ceiling height at the boiler is 2 metres.
The boiler room or boiler house must
be equipped with a fresh air intake with the
minimum dimensions 150 x 150 (5.) mm or with a
sufficiently large free sectional area to avoid low pressure in the boiler
room. It must be impossible to close the air intake.
Accumulator tank
Be sure that the accumulator tanks are well insulated. For the Effecta Lambda to function as
optimally as possible, an accumulator tank volume of 1000-3000 litres is required. Depending
on model.
Chimney
The chimney should have a diameter of at least 150 mm. If your chimney is smaller, Effecta
should be consulted before installation. The draught in the chimney should be about 15 pa at
low temperatures. It is important that the chimney is tested and approved by a certified chimney
sweep before a new boiler is installed. If the chimney has a strong draught, a draught stabiliser
(see page 24.) may need to be installed for good boiler operation. If you have a tall chimney and
an outgoing flue gas temperature below 170°C, there is a risk of condensation in the chimney,
which can damage the chimney in the long term. A suitable temperature is 70-80°C one metre
down into the chimney. Ask your local chimney sweep for help to measure the temperature. If
the chimney is tall and has a large area, a draught that is too strong may mean high levels of
flue gas and over ignition in the loading compartment. If this is the case, a counter draught door
must be installed.
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▀ System components
Laddomat
Laddomat or an equivalent product should always be installed
between the boiler and accumulator tank. The Laddomat is
described in detail on page 12. The Laddomat prevent the boiler
from being overheated by sending the cold water from the
accumulator to the boiler in case of a power failure.
Shunt automatic system
The installation of a shunt automatic system on the radiator
circuit is always recommended. The automatic system senses
the temperature in a suitable location in the house and adjusts
the incoming temperature on the radiator circuit accordingly. This
measure can reduce your wood consumption by as much as 25
% and will improve your heat comfort level.
You need to connect a sensor to the moterboard
G7 in order to see the menu “Heating system”
Expansion vessel
The expansion vessel can normally withstand a pressure of 6
bar. Maximum operating temperature is 99°C. The volume of
a pressure vessel is 10-12 % litres depending on the system’s
overall volume. An open vessel must contain 5 % of the total
system’s volume. When planning for size, keep in mind the
radiator volume and the volume of the boiler. A pressure vessel
must have a first pressure of 0.2 bar above the highest radiator.
Safety valve
The safety valve opens if the pressure reaches 1.5 bar. When the
valve opens, excess water drips out and the system pressure is
reduced. The pressure must under no circumstances exceed 1.5
bar. AT LEAST ONE SAFETY VALVE MUST BE INSTALLED!
See connection scheme for where to install the safety valve.
Shunt valve
The shunt valve is fitted to the radiator circuit. Its task is to mix
accumulator tank water with recycled water from the radiators
to achieve the correct temperature of the radiator water. For
the installation of the shunt automatic system, please follow the
supplied description.
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▀ System components
The valve kit
The valve kit is fitted to the hot water circuit, and is installed to
premix the water before it reaches the tap point. This means
you avoid burns and the temperature can be easily adjusted.
If it is not installed, mixers at tap points will deteriorate and
break.
Pipes
Normally copper piping is used for connection of the system.
Connection between accumulators must be a minimum of 28
mm. If pipe length is more than 6 metres to the first accumulator
tank, 35 mm pipes are recommended. Remember to insulate
the pipes between the accumulators to avoid large losses
from the system.
Remember to always insulate
pipes in the system.
Accumulator tank
Effecta Lambda must always work with some sort of heat
storage. Normally this is an accumulator tank where you get
your hot tap water and radiator heat. The accumulator tank is
described in more detail on (page 13.)
Draught limiter
We recommend that you always install a draught stabiliser in
your chimney. The stabiliser will give the boiler a more even
draught and will improve function. In addition, Effecta Lambda
closes its air damper after firing is complete, which prevents
downdrafts through the boiler. This can sometimes lead to
a high back pressure during new firing, since the chimney is
cold. This is prevented with a draught stabiliser.
(See page 24.)
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▀ Emergency cooling
In accordance with the EN303-5 standard the boiler is tested with a emergency cooling coil.
When firing solid fuels in a pressurized system it is at all times recommended to use the cooling
coil. The function of the cooling coil is to prevent overheating in the event of power failure during
a fire cycle or other blockage of the hyudraulic system not letting the boiler cool down as intended.
Cooling coil
A thermal dump valve should be installed to the coil (1.)
and measure the temperature in the sensor pocket (2.).
For instance SYR3065 will service as intended. The
outlet from the cooling coil should be direct connected
to a fixed drainage to sureguard that the flooded water
couldnt leak to the boiler room. NOTE: The drainage
should be of such type that it can handle high temperatures of 95-100 degrees celcius for an extended period
of time.
For more information about the thermal dump valve we recommend you to read the suppliers
documentation. Variations between different suppliers and types of thermal dump valves may
occur. Our references is taken from Somatherm AB and their products.
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▀ Environment
Surroundings
When you heat with wood, you must fire in a way that is efficient to the environment and your
surroundings. It is important that you think of the people who live around you. Try to remember
the following things below.
The fuel
Effecta Lambda is tested for firing with wood logs. The choice of wood type has no significant
impact on boiler operation, with the exception of beech, birch and oak, which have a higher
energy value than softwood. This means that the accumulator tank is heated faster with
hardwood than with softwood. Beech, birch and oak are slightly heavier than softwood, which
means that the wood is pressed together better in the loading compartment, which makes for
a denser and more uniform gas production, which in turn makes the boiler more stable during
firing. Firing with only oak creates a higher wear on the ceramic tray. We therefore recommend
that oak is mixed with other wood types.
Wood log typ
kWh/m3f*
Oak
2900
Birch
2650
Pine
2350
Alder
2100
Spruce
2050
Aspen tree
2000
* kWh per solid cubic meter of fuel.
When firing, larger and smaller logs of wood should be mixed with the largest at the top of
the loading compartment. Do not fire with only finely chopped wood or conversely, if you heat
only using small blocks of wood, the boiler may end up at a higher effect level than tested for,
resulting in a shortened life span on wear parts such as ceramics etc.
If you fire up using only larger pieces of wood, the boiler will probably burn at a lower power
output with low flue gas levels as a result. This can damage the chimney, since condensation
may form.
Never heat using hazardous waste such as treated or stained wood, household waste, plastics
or rubber, etc.
Fuel storage
In order to use Effecta Lambda in the best possible way, the quality of wood must be good. It
is important that the wood has been stored so that the moisture content is between 15-20 %.
Chop the firewood into 5-15 cm pieces.
Try to use the sun and wind to a maximum: when you store the wood, the wind should be able
to blow through the wood for quick drying. Keep in mind that efficiency is sharply reduced if
the wood is wet.
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▀ Component placement
Front
Back
Top
1
Inspection glass
1
Drain cock
1
Control switch
2
Handle soot door
2
Return pipe
2
Incoming pipe
3
Soot door
3
Wing nut for detaching fan
3
Smoke connection
4
Air intake
4
Splice connector fan
4
Cover plate for soot door
5
Damper motors (behind plate)
5
Fan
5
Sensor boiler temp
6
Handle loading compart. door
6
Connecting box (boiler)
6
Flue gas sensor
7
Loading compartment door
7
Thermal protection
7
Cooling coil
8
Control panel
8
Power supply for fan
9
E-burn control
9
Lambda sensor
10 Connecting box(motherboard)
10 Connecting (box pellet burner)
340 / 340 / 340
12
840 / 990 / 1050
1
1”/1 ¼” /1 ½”
1050 / 1260 / 1330
1000 / 1210 / 1270
1”/1 ¼”/1 ½”
½”/ ½”/ ½”
2
3
160 / 220 / 223
535
133 / 153 / 180
630 / 630 / 630
570 / 600 / 750
70 / 95 / 105
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EFFECTA LAMBDA 25 / 35 / 60
EFFECTA WOODY 25 / 35 / 60
012-09-13
Weight
Max operating pressure
Water jacket
Log length
Draught requirement
Min chimney diameter
Electrical supply
Steel thickn. outer case
Steel thickn. inner case
Loading volume
Loading depth
Effect fan motor
Boiler effect
Max oper. temperature
Min. rec. buffer vol.
EFFECTA AB
25/35/60
350/400/540 kg
3,0/3,0/1,5 bar
70/90/135 liter
400/500/500 mm
0,15 mbar
130/150/180 mm
230 VAC
4 mm
5 mm
100/145/195 liter
450/550/550mm
100 w
25/35/60 kW
100 gr
1000/1500/3000 liter
TECHNICAL DATA
1. FLOW LOADING FITTING
2. RETURN LOADING FITTING
3. DRAIN COCK
EXPLANATIONS
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1170 / 1280 / 1340
1085 / 1190 / 1250
1185 / 1290 / 1365
▀ Function Laddomat 21-60
1. Start-up when the boiler
temperature is below 78°C, the
cartridge has not opened, the
beam for self-circulation is tight
against the accumulator tank due
to pump pressure.
2. Operational phase when
the boiler temperature exceeds
78 °C, the cartridge opens and
mixes cold water from the accumulator tank. Boiler water return
temp is normally about 70°C. At
90°C from the boiler, the Laddomat normally gives 66°C back to
the boiler.
3. Final phase When the accumulator tank is fully charged,
hot water will enter on the cold
side of the Laddomat. Then the
plunger opens fully toward the
accumulator tank and closes the
pipe toward the top of the boiler.
All flow now goes to the accumulator tank. This feature is important for the accumulator tank to
charge fully.
4. Self-circulation In the event
of loss of electricity or failure of
the circulation pump, the check
valve is opened for self-circulation. This will normally prevent
boiling unless the accumulators
are fully charged or the piping
presents an obstacle for circulation.
5
Thermal valve
6
Check valve for natural circulation
7
Circulation pump
8
Spring with housing
9
Filling valve for the system
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▀ Sleeve placement solar accumulator tank BBS
1889
1616
1534
1456
1274
1
376
306
215
165
150
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
EXPLANATION
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EFFECTA AB
1. SWEEP 1500 X 750 MM
2. 1 1/4”70 MM / CHARGE
3. 1/2” 45 MM / THERMOMETER
4. 1/2” 45 MM / SENSOR SOLAR
5. 1 1/4”70 MM / DOCKAGE / FLOW RADIATOR
6. 2” ELECTRICAL HEATER
7. 2” ELECTRICAL HEATER
8. 1/2” 45 MM / THERMOMETER
9. 1 1/4”70 MM / DOCKAGE
10. 1/2” 45 MM / THERMOMETER
11. 1”70 MM / RETURN UNDERFLOOR HEATING
12. 1/2” 45 MM / SENSOR SOLAR
13. 1/2” 45 MM / THERMOMETER
14. 1 1/4”70 MM / RETURN BOILER / DOCKAGE
15. 1/2” 70 MM / DRAIN
16. 22 MM CU / HOT WATER OUT
17. FRAMES WITH 18
18. FRAMES WITH 17
19. COLD WATER IN
20. 18 MM CU / SOLAR COLLECTORS RETURN
21. 18 MM CU / SOLAR COLLECTORS FLOW
010-05-22
ACKUMULATOR 750 BBS
MÅTT OCH PLACERING
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▀ The first firing
Remember that during the first firing the boiler can feel sluggish and tough to fire. This is because
all the metal surfaces in the boiler are clean and cooled against the boiler water, the ceramics also
has some moisture that needs to dry. This uses energy from the wood, so the boiler can feel a bit
sluggish.
During the first firing, there is also a lot of oxygen in the water so it can sound as if it is simmering
in the boiler. This will go away when the system has been heated a few times.
The control switch should always be switched on. Place a handful of finely chopped dry wood at
the bottom of the loading compartment. Then take plenty of paper and place on top of the wood.
- Press the jogwheel (E-burn) to start the fan and the charging pump, then ignite.
The lower door must be shut and the loading compartment door can be ajar but it can also be
closed. Test the way that suits you best. When the wood has ignited and there is a bed of embers,
the loading compartment can be filled with wood. Start by adding smaller pieces of wood at the
bottom and increase the size the further up in the loading compartment you go. Remember to stack
the wood carefully. It is important to get the best possible effect of the firing. When it has burned for
about 15 minutes, the flame will fill the bowl that you see in the inspection glass in the lower door.
The boiler burns at its best if the combustion is left on its own. It is therefore not appropriate to stir
the in the box during firing. If you open the door during firing, there is a risk of flashover in the box,
with poorer function as a result.
If you burn a lot of dry wood and have a strong draught in the chimney, you may hear a whispering
sound in the air dampers. This does not impair the boiler combustion or function, but to avoid this
you have to install a counter draught door that maintains a stable draught in the chimney.
NOTE: In case of a second insertion, there is a small risk of smoke emission. Therefore, wait until
the flue reaches a temperature just above 100°C. Open the door carefully to release any gas and
smoke from the loading compartment if necessary.
▀ Firing cycle
►
Start
Press the (E-burn) jog wheel.
Fan and charge pump start,
the lambda probe is heated.
The dampers are adjusted
to Primary 70 % open and
Secondary 30 % open.
►
Operating phase
When the flue gas reaches
100°C , the dampers start to
regulate to achieve the set co²
level. The probe detects a value
every 5 seconds and adjusts
when the difference is + / - 0.5
% from the set value. If the co²
level must be increased, the
primary 10 % opens and the
secondary is reduced by 10 %.
If co² levels must be reduced,
the reverse occurs.
►
Reducing fire
When the co² level goes
down below 8 %, the
secondary damper shuts off
completely. And when the
flue gas temperature is below
90°C, the fan and circulation
pump shut off. The damper
closes completely. In order
to prevent downdraft.
▬
Safety
If the water jacket overheats
during firing, a protection will
stop the fan electronically
at 99°C. If the temperature
remains high, a mechanical
thermal protection is initiated.
This must be reset manually.
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▀ The menu system
Settings
Operation
Operation settings
yes
Lambda probe
12,0%
Co2
No
Use pellets
No
Emergency mode
No
Cleaned boiler
0h
Operating time
40h
Time betw.clean.
Use pellets
Use pellets
Chimeny fan
Chimeny fan
Loading pump
Start
No
No
85°C
No
55°C
1
Flue temp.
4 Primary air
2
CO2
5 Seconday air
3
Boiler temp. 6 Time
Activate lambdasond yes/no
Level of Co2
Activate pellet mode yes/no
Activate emergency mode yes/no
Have you cleaned the boiler yes/no
Time the boiler has operated
Preset time between cleaning
Activate pellet mode yes/no
Activate chimeny fan
Set temp for chimeny fan to start
Activate loadning pump
Set temp for loading pump to start
In order to display the menu “Heating
system” you need to connect a sensor to
the motherboard G7.
(OPTIONAL)
Shunt control
Sensor
Indoor
Room temp
20.0(19) °C
Flow temp
25(60)°C
Radiator pump
On
Max flow temp.
60°C
Min. flow temp
10°C
Max room temp
20°C
Min room temp
10°C
Heating off
15°C
Outdoor temp
16°C
Heat curve
Slope
40°C
Adjustment
0°C
Energysaver
>
DHW Priority
No
Energy saver
Energy saver
Lowering temp
Mon
24 05
Tue
- 22
Wed
- 22
Thu
- 22
Fri
- 22
Sat
- 22
Sun
- 22
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Choose of program for heating
Actual room temp(desired room temp)
Actual flow temp(desired flow temp)
Activate loadning pump. On/Off
Highest allowed flow temp
Lowest allowed flow temp
Highest allowed room temp
Lowest allowed room temp
Outd.temp for turning off Heating system
Actual outdoor temp
Other settings
Date
Time
Calib. sensors
Function test
Alarms
English
Calib.sensors
Sensor G1
Sensor G2
Sensor G3
Sensor G4
Sensor G5
Sensor G6
Sensor G8
Sensor G8
Outdoor
Indoor
Calibrate probe
>
>
>
>
>
>
Heating system
Other
Set date
Set time
Calibrate sensors, if needed
Function test of all functions
History of alarms
Choose language
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0°C
0,0%
Function test
Chimeny fan
Sec. damper
Prim. damper
Shunt motor (+/-)
Rad.pump
Loading pump
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Off
Alarms
High fluegas temp
Low fluegas temp
Ignition
0
0
0
Test chimeny fan
Test secondary air damper
Test primary air damper
Test shunt motor
Test radiator pump
Test loading pump
Alarm for high flue gas temp
Alarm for low flue gas temp
Alarm for missed ignition
Slope of the heat curve
Adjustment of the heat curve
Day/Night reduction
Domestic Hotwater priority
Off Energy saver On/Off
3°C Set how many degrees you want to lower temp.
You can set two lowering sessions each day
14 16
06 06 06 06 06 Set time for lowering temp
06 Set time for lowering temp to stop
The energy saver is controlled by different sensors depending
on which you have selected to control your heating system.
Check the table below before setting lowering temp.
Sensor
Temperature
Room
Room temp.
Outdoor
Flow temp.
Both
Flow temp.
Constant Flow temp.
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▀ Electrical installation
GRID 230 V
L1
N
Earth
LOADING PUMP
B
PELLET BURNER
(OPTION)
1.
4.
2.
5.
N
L1
L1
PE
N
CONNECTION BOXES
OVER HEATING PROTECTION 95 ˚C
LAMBDA SENSOR
PE
RADIATOR PUMP
SHUNT MOTOR
N
BLUE
GREY
YELLOW/GREEN
M
BROWN
M
BLACK
COMBUSTION FAN
CONDENSATOR 3,15µf
PUMP SECONDARY TANK
L1
N
24
23
22
21
PE
L1
N
YELLOW / GREEN
BLUE
BROWN
11
N
PE
CLOSE / BROWN
OPEN / BLACK
NEUTRAL / BLUE
N
12
13
BLUE
BROWN
YELLOW/GREEN
PE
N
YELLOW/GREEN
BLUE
BROWN
PE
14
YELLOW/GREEN
BLUE
PE
15
N
N
WHITE
BROWN
BLACK
RED
GREY
BLUE
17
N
16
BROWN
ÖH 95 ˚C
1
2
3
4
5
6
EXPANSION BOARD LAMBDA
EL
HIGH VOLTAGE 230 VAC
Display
N
L
Lambda
14
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
G1
G2
G3
G4
G6
G5
6
G7
LOW VOLTAGE
G8
OUTDOOR SENSOR
1
2
3
4
5
6
+
-
ROOM THERMOSTAT
RC 482
USB
EFFECTA AB
Boiler temp
Smoke gas sensor
Accumulator tank high
Accumulator tank low
Flow sensor
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H.A
DISPLAY BOARD
014-06-101
ELECTRICAL DRAWING
EFFECTA LAMBDA
50-12-02
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▀ Shunt control
In the menu ”shunt control” there are different options of controls; indoor sensor, outdoor
sensor or both in combination.
Room sensor
If the room sensor is used it is recommended to be installed in a open space near the center
of the house. The sensor shouldn´t be influenced by draught, doors, sunlight directly to it or
other heat sources since it then will affect the heating output to the entire house.
Loosen the control wheel by
pulling outwards. Then loosen
the screw to open the box.
1
Connected to number 3 on the motherboard
2
Connected to number 4 on the motherboard
3
Connected to number 5 on the motherboard
Outdoor sensor
If an outdoor sensor is used this should be mounted on the facade of the house. It is important
the sensor is mounted on the north side of the house. Make sure that the sensor isn´t disturbed
from solar gain. It is recommended that the sensor is mounted about 2 metres from ground
level and if possible protected from water and such.
Loosen the screw and split the
casing. It is then possible to
mount the box to the wall.
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1
Connected to 1 on the motherboard
2
Connected to 2 on the motherboard
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▀ Adjustments of heating curves
The appropriate heating curve is essential in order to have to right indoor temperature. The
heating curve needs to be adjusted to the specific energy demands of the house it is installed
in. All houses have different demands, which could mean that one house would need a 25˚C
flow at a outdoor temperature of +-0˚C while another house needs 45˚C.
Adjustment to the heating curve is done in the “Shunt control” menu. In this menu it is possible to alter both the slope and the adjustment to the curve. To find and adjust the correct
heating curve it is important that the following points are fulfilled:
- The outdoor temperature must not be higher than +5˚C
- Energy saver function must be switched off.
- Valves on the radiators must be fully open.
- Radiators must be checked and in function.
It is normal that during the first heating season changes must be done several times in order
to find the right setting for the house. When the right setting is found there is no need for
any changes for years to come. This is the value of an outdoor sensor. To start out with something as a rule of thumb we could recommend these initial settings:
- Houses with underfloor heating in concrete. “Slope 35”
- Well insulated low energy house with low temp. radiators. “Slope 45”
- A high temp. radiator system in a older house with poor insulation. “slope 65-70”
Example of slope:
If the slope is set to 50˚C this is the temperature sent to the flow at a outdoor temperature of
-15˚C.
Example of adjustment:
When an adjustment is done to the slope this is done parallel to the curve. Meaning that if an
adjustment of 5˚C is done. This happens for the whole slope.
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▀ Example of curves
A too low heating curve will result in that the house will not have the correct indoor
temperature
Temperature flow
Slope
The heating curve chosen in the software is the temperature
to the flow at -15˚C outdoor temperature. Therefore the flow
temperature will change with the outdoor temperature.
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Outdoor temperature
Temperature flow
Adjustment
When a adjustment of 5˚C is done, the heating curve is
adjusted at all outdoor temperature with 5˚C.
80
70
Slope 50˚C, adjustment +5˚C
60
Slope 50˚C with no adjustment
50
40
30
20
-30
-25
-20
-15
-10
-5
0
5
10
15
20
25
Outdoor temperature
! If it is cold outdoors (cold winter) and the room temperature is too low. Increase the slope
with 1-2˚C
! If it is cold outdoors (cold winter) and the room temperature is too high. Decrease the
slope with 1-2˚C
! If it is warm outdoors (average autumn/spring) and the indoor temperature is too low.
Increase the adjustment with 1-2˚C
! If it is warm outdoors (average autumn/spring) and the indoor temperature is too high.
Decrease the adjustment with 1-2˚C
! Wait at least 24 hours between adjustments and changes due to slow response of heating.
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▀ Cleaning and service
Cleaning interval
1. Loading compartment 40 hours firing.
2. Tubes 40 hours firing.
3. After burning chamber 15 hours firing.
4. Fan about 3 times a year.
5. Cleaning lambda sensor once per year.
6. Air distributor secondary air 40 hours firing.
7. Combustion chamber.
8. Check the gaskets once per year.
9. Flue connection elbow.
10. The holes where the primary air is released once
per year.
Tubes
In order to clean the tubes, lift the rear top plate
(1.), then loosen the wing nuts (2.), that keep the
soot door in place (3.). Remove the 7 spirals from
the tubes (4.), and use the supplied brush to clean
the tubes.
Loading compartment
Start by removing the pin (1.) located at the bottom of the
ceramics. Scrape off the coals and ash down into the slits in
the ceramics. The loading compartment walls (2.) normally
have a thin layer of tar, this is normal and does not need
to be scraped off. Do not forget to check that there are no
ashes in the hole where the primary air (3.) is released into
the loading compartment.
Afterburner chamber and combustion chamber
The afterburner chamber (1.) is located
behind the lower door. It is important to
keep it clean for maximum power and
performance. The chamber slides on two
rails under the ceramics tray. Pull out
and empty the chamber from soot and
ashes approximately every third firing.
When you do a major cleaning, scrape the
space under the ceramics clean as well
as the whole space where the afterburner
chamber is located. Do not forget to reach
all the way into the back where the ashes from
the tubes collect.
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▀ Cleaning
Secondary air
In the columns where the flame is drawn down,
there is a metal plate with holes (1.) Clean the
plate after about 40 hours firing. Brush / scrape
away the dust and ashes. If the holes become
clogged up, combustion will deteriorate
significantly.
(In the picture the lower door is viewed from an
angle from below)
Fan
In normal wood consumption, you should clean
the fan three times a year. Loosen the wing nuts
(1.) located at the back of the fan housing. Pull
out the fan, clean the fan wings (2.) from dust
and soot. If the fan is not cleaned, the boiler
will lose power, resulting in slower heating and
lower combustion.
Lambda sensor
The lambda sensor is located in the flue
connection and measures the oxygen content
in the flue gas. Once a year the Lambda probe
should be unscrewed from its bracket and
cleaned from any soot that has amassed. Use
a brush.
NOTE: Do not tap the senor against a hard surface, it will
brake!
Gaskets
The door gaskets must fit tightly against the
frame, if the doors leak then the boiler heats less
efficiently. Make sure that the doors' gaskets
seal tightly against the frames. If the gaskets do
not seal tightly, the boiler will burn less efficiently.
If the doors need to be adjusted, see (p. 21).
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▀ Door cleaning function
As an extra option, you can equip the Lambda 25, 35 or 60 with a door cleaning mechanism. This
option can only be done in delivery from factory.
The function activates a movement of the turbulators in the convective part of the boiler each time
the door is openend. Door cleaning prolonges the
cleaning interval considerably. The function prevents, soot from building up on the convective
surfaces giving the boiler a higher efficiency.
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▀ Door adjustment
There are a number of ways to adjust the hatch. In the pictures below you can see the hinge
on the door. After some use, some adjustments maybe is needed so the gaskets do not draw
extra air to the boiler.
1. Adjustments in depth
If the gasket does not seal tightly against the hinge
side, loosen the two bolts that hold the hinge in place
of the door frame. Release the bolts around two turns
and adjust the door inwards to tighten the lid and inverted to release the pressure on the gasket.
2. Vertical displacement
To centre the gasket on the door frame in height,
loosen the two bolts on the outside of door. Release
the bolts around two turns and adjust the door.
3. Adjustment sideways
To centre the gasket on the door frame to the side,
loosen the two above the number of millimetres that
the adjustment needs. Tighten the short side door with
two bolts.
Approval of the door locking
If the gasket does not seal tightly on the handle side,
loosen the two bolts (1.) that hold the bracket in place.
Loosen around two turns and slide the latch inwards to
tighten the lid and outward to release the pressure. If
the door handle is not in the vertical position with the
flip closed, you can adjust the bolt (2.) up or down to
change position.
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▀ Rotate the door
As standard Effecta Lambda is delivered with door hinges on the right side. If you need to replace the door hanging follow instructions below.
Upper hatch
1. Start by loosening the two M12 bolts that hold the hatch in the against the frame. Remember to have a shelter over the hatch to avoid scratches in the paint with continued work.
2. Also loosen the two M12 bolts that hold the locking device in place. The new lock is supplied with boiler, the existing is not to be used.
3. Remove the two M12 bolts that hold the thermal insulation in place. Manage the insulation
carefully as it easily gets splinters.
4. Remove the two door gaskets.
5. Then remove the two small bolts that hold the angle (6) which is the upper insulation strip
in place.
6. Reassemble the thermal insulation into the two holes located above the original holes. Replace gaskets and then finally the angle plate. Remember not to twist gasket when refitting.
Lower hatch
The lower door is rotated by following step (1-2).
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26
27.
26.
25.
1.
2.
20.
20.
20.
4.
3.
5.
28.
18.
19.
17.
16.
15.
14.
13.
12.
11.
10.
9.
8.
7.
6.
21.
22.
23.
24.
31.
RADIATORER
29.
CW
HW
30.
E.A
V50-05-53
CONNECTION SHCEME
EFFECTA LAMBDA 35 2X750 WITHG SOLAR
010-11-02
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EFFECTA AB
1. AIR EVACUATER SOLAR
2. SENSOR SOLAR (T1)
3. RADIATOR PUMP
4. BIVALENT SHUNT
5. AIR EVACUATER
6. LOAD
7. THERMOMETER
8. SENSOR SOLAR ( T2 )
9. FLOW RADIATOR SECONDARY
10. ELECTRICAL HEATER
11. ELECTRICAL HEATER
12.THERMOMETER
13. FLOW RADIATOR PRIMARY
14. OPTIONAL SENSOR
15. OPTIONALRETURN RADIATOR
16. SENSOR SOLAR ( T3 )
17. THERMOMETER
18. RETURN RADIATOR / RETURN BOILER
19. CUTOFF
20. CUTOFF SLAVE TANK ( SOMMERMODE )
21. COLD WATER IN
22. CONNECT TO 23
23. CONNECT TO22
24. HOT WATER OUT
25. EXPANSION VESSEL SOLAR
26. SAFETY GROUP SOLAR
27. PUMP SOLAR
28. EXPANSION VESSEL WITH SAFETY VALVE 3,0 BAR
29.LADDOMAT 21
30.SAFETY VALVE 3,0 BAR
31. BLENDING VALVE
CONTENT
EFFECTA LAMBDA 35
EFFECTA ST2
▀ Connection of pipes
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VILLA EXTRA
▀ Draft reducer (Optional)
A draft stabiliser for chimneys is designed Fig. 1
to ensure proper draught and to reduce
the risk of condensation. Tigex 50 has
a design that makes it tight against flue
gas leakage at excess pressure, which
usually occurs in connection with the
boiler start up phase. Fit the Tigex 50
with the door axis in a horizontal position,
and the housing in the vertical position
General target values:
(Fig. 1). Make sure the door can move
10 15 20 25 30 35 PA
Oil:
10 Pa
Pellet: 15 Pa
freely to the fully open position and the
Wood: 17-25 Pa
0 5 10 15 20 25 A mm
door does not jam. The door must not
touch the flue connection flow, i.e. the door
must not open into the chimney. Adjustment of
the low pressure (Fig. 2) when the door opens is
done by loosening the lock screw in the counterweight.
Move the counterweight to the desired distance with the corresponding Pa according to the
table. Tighten the lock screw in the counterweight and check the distance again. These are
approximate values and should be checked with a draught / low pressure gauge if a precise
tuning of the low pressure is required. On delivery, the door is set to approx. 15 Pa.
Locking screw
Counterweight
Lock shackle
(at delivery/testmode)
Lock shackle
(Operation mode)
▀ Pellets burning
When firing with wood pellets the effect on the
pellet burner is not allowed to exceed half the effect of the boiler output on wood logs.
Model
Effect pellets max
Lambda 25
12,5 kW
Lambda 35
17 kW
Lambda 60
28 kW
Sensors
The sensors to control stop and start of the burner needs to be placed in sensor pockets in
the accumulator tank. Sensor G5 is placed at the bottom part of the tank to stop the burner.
Sensor G6 is placed in the top part of the tank to start the burner. More information about the
burners start and stop function can be found in the manual for the pellet burner.
Menus
In the Lambda 25/35/60 there is a menu option for activating pellet mode. Before the burner
is started this option must be set to YES. In the manual for the burner you will find all the relevant information for setting start and stop temperatures of the burner.
Switching to pellet burning
When you switch from wood to pellets, clean the loading compartment from ash so that the
column in the ceramics is open. If it is clogged up, the burner will stop at the feeder tubes
thermal protection, and there is also a risk of smoke emission in the boiler room. Check also
that the flue gases are not too low. Since the pellet burner emits a lower output compared to
the wood boiler, flue gas levels will be lower. Beware of condensation in the chimney. If flue gas
levels are so low that condensation is formed, you can remove one or more turbulators in order
to increase the flue gas temperature.
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▀ Mounting the pellet burner
Below assembly guidance is only for the Effecta Supra burner. We cannot
recommend use of any other burner in the boiler.
The mounting arm cannot be mounted on a existing boiler it can only be
mounted from factory. Contact Effecta for alternative solutions.
1. Remove the cover plate on the top door. Use a sharp knife around the cover plate to avoid paint damages when removing the cover plate.
2. Mount the burner flange with the heat proof sealing. Use the bolts that held the cover
plate.
3. To cover the flange the insulated heat shield should be mounted.
4. Mount the bracket for the mounting arm on prefferable side of the boiler.
5. Mount the rigid arm to the bracket.
6. Mount the second arm (u-profile) that will be connected to the burner.
7. The burners adapter plate should be mounted on to the arm.
8. Use the predrilled holes to mount the Supra burner on to the adaptor plate.
9. Mount the control unit where preffered. If equipped with AERO make sure that it will be within
the range of the pressure hose.
▀ Components for swiveling mounting arm
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1
Adapter plate, pellet burner
2
Mounting bolts for bruner M8
3
Mounting bolts heat shield M8
4
Insulation for heat shield
5
Cover for heat shield
6
Bracket for mounting arm
7
Swiveling arm from boiler
8
Swiveling arm for pellet burner
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▀ Ceramics kit
When firing only with oak the life length will be shortened. Never fire any
objects containing sulfur (for instance Tetra pak) since that will damage the
cermaics.
Design of ceramics varies between 25kW, 35kW and the 60kW boilers. The
illustration below is for the 35kW boiler.
The ceramics tray is installed in the loading compartment. The purpose of the ceramics is to
separate the different combustion zones in the loading compartment. It is important to monitor
the tray since it is a wear part. In normal conditions, the ceramics tray will last for 6-10 years.
When the tray is used up, combustion and efficiency deteriorate significantly.
Example of
the ceramics
to the 60kW
Benämning
Lambda 25
Lambda 35
Lambda 60
1.
Grate stick
x
x
x
2.
Grate stick
3.
Top left
4.
Spacer
5.
Top right
x
x
x
6.
Distribution plate secondary air
x
x
x
7
Distribution plate secondary air
8.
Bottom left
x
x
9.
Spacer
10
Bottom right
x
x
x
11.
Afterburner
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
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▀ Ceramics replacement
Eventually it is time to replace the ceramics tray. In the pictures below you can see a crosssection of Effecta Lambda seen from above. Follow the instructions below for easy replacement.
Installation is done via the loading compartment door.
Start by breaking the old tray. Use a hammer
if the blocks are not easily removed.
Remember to use hearing protection.
Clean the loading compartment from soot
and ash once the tray has been removed.
Place the distribution plate
in the recessed section of
the bottom blocks. Place
also a string of ceramic
mass on top of the plate.
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The new tray will rest on top of the joggle that are
in the loading compartment. They are marked in
red in the pictures. Centre the lower blocks no. 4
and no. 5 laterally and fixate them as far forward
as possible in the loading compartment. Place a
high string, about 2 cm, of the supplied ceramic
mass along the areas that are marked in yellow.
Remember not to seal the hole in the front where
the secondary air is admitted.
Now insert the upper
blocks. Fold the supplied
white
cloth
in
half
lengthwise and press down
along the recess along the
long sides. (Marked green)
Now place ceramic mass
along the area marked with
yellow and the ceramics
replacement is complete.
Wait about 24 hours before
firing.
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▀ Air damper components
To access the damper loosen the four screws holding the
cover plate in front damper motors in place. Open the two
doors to access the screws.
1
Damper motor
5
Set screw
2
Stop pin
6
Motor shaft
3
Air damper
7
Bracket motor
4
Distance
8
Air box
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▀ Troubleshooting
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Problem
Possible errors
Action
There is smoke emission during ignition.
The fan is turned off.
Press ( start new firing ).
Smoke is seeping through the doors.
A gasket is leaking.
Adjust the doors.
The fan will not start.
An electronics malfunction.
Thermal protection switched on.
Contact the factory.
The fan will not stop.
The boiler has not had a flue gas
temperature higher than 100°C during
firing.
The boiler will stop within 1 hour.
Tar in the convection section.
A sooty loading compartment.
The Lambda sensor needs cleaning.
Damper motor defective.
Clean the boiler.
Clean the Lambda sensor.
Contact the factory.
Little or no heat is transferred to the
accumulator tank.
Probably air in the system.
Poor quality wood.
Fill the system thoroughly.
Change to dryer wood, or chop the
wood into smaller pieces.
The boiler has a low output and is
sluggish.
Moist wood or too little draught in the
chimney.
The boiler may need to be cleaned.
Try drier wood.
Clean the boiler and fan.
The charge pump creaks or thumps,
and sometimes stops pumping.
Probably air in the system.
Low system pressure.
Follow the Laddomat instructions.
Increase the pressure.
The pressure drops in the system.
There is a leak in the system. The water in the vessel has evaporated.
Wrong first pressure in the pressure
vessel.
Fill up with water and ventilate.
Adjust the pressure.
The CO ² level is abnormally high.
The lift dampers have shifted.
Adjust the dampers.
The CO ² level is abnormally low.
The lift dampers have shifted, the fire is
extinguished.
Adjust the dampers, check the fire.
The air dampers do not start regulating.
Flue gas temperature is below 100°C,
and the fire is extinguished. Deficient
flue gas sensor.
Check the fire.
Noise from the fan.
The cooling wing scrapes against the
boiler. The bearings in the fan have run
out.
Check the cooling wing on the shaft
between the motor and fan. Contact
your installer.
The display is blinking.
Low or high voltage to the circuit board. Adjust the converter.
High flue gas temperature.
Soot in the tubes.
Clean the boiler.
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Försäkran om överensstämmelse Declaration of confirmity
Konformitätserklärung Déclaration de conformité
Försäkrar under eget ansvar att produkten,
Declare under our sole responsibility that the product,
Erklären in alleiniger Verantworten, daß das Produkt,
Déclare sous sa seule responsabilité que les modèles,
Effecta Lambda
Wood gasification boiler
som omfattas av denna försäkran är i överensstämmelse med följande direktiv
to which this declaration relates is in confirmity with requirements of the following directives
auf das sich diese Erklärung bezieht, konform ist mit den Anforderung der Richtlinien
auxquels la présente déclaration s’applique, sont conformes aux éxigences des directives suivantes
EC directive on:
* Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC): 2004/108/EC
* Low Voltage Directive (LVD): 2006/95/EC
* Pressure Equipment Directive (PED): 97/23/EC
This pressurized equipments are not covered by Article 3 in EU Directive 97/23/ EC.
However, as prescribed
in item 3 of this article, the equipments are designed and manufactured in accordance with the sound engineering
practice of a member state in order to ensure safe use.
Överensstämmelsen är kontrollerad i enlighet med följand EN-stadarder
The conformity was checked in accordance with the following EN-standards
Die Konformität wurde ûberprûft anhand der EN-Normen
Cette conformité été vérifée selon les normes suivantes
* EN 287-1:2004
* EN 303-5
* EN 10 204:2005
* EN 50 366:2003, A1:2006
* EN 55 014-1:2006
* EN 55 014-2:1997, A1:2001
* EN 60 335-1:2002, A1:2004,
A2:2006, A11:2004, A12:2006,A13:2008
* EN 60 335-2-21:2003, A1:2005,
A2:2008 ...
* EN 60 335-2-102:2006
* EN 61 000-3-2:2006
* EN 61 000-3-3:1995, A1:2001, A2:2005
* SPCR 028
Approval testing of welders - fusion welding...
Heating boilers for solid fuels
Metallic products - type of inspection documents...
EMF
Emission
Immunity
Safety of housseshold...
for storage water heaters
For gas, oil and solid-fuel burning appliances having
electrical connections
Harmonics (equipment with rated current ≤ 16A/phase)
Voltage fluctuations (equipment with rated current ≤ 16A/phase)
Kungsbacka 2011-01-20
Erik Andersson
CEO
Effecta Energy Solutions AB
▀ Type plate
Tillverkare / Manufactory
Hersteller / Fabricants
Effecta Energy Solutions AB
Modell / Model
Typ / Modéle
Lambda
25
Godkänd enl. / Approved by
Zugelassen nach / Approuvé á
35
60
EN-303-5
Miljöklass / Emission class
Emissionsklasse / Classe d’émission
5
Max drifttryck / Max pressure
Max Betriebsdruck / Pression maximum (bar)
3
Max drifttemp. / Max temp. (C)
Max. Betriebstemp. / Temp d’opération max
1,5
100
Effekt / Heat output
Heizleistung /Puissance nominale (kW)
27
Elinstallation / Electrical supply
Strom / Branchement électrique (VAC)
36
62
230V ~50Hz
Vattenvolym / Water volume
Wasserinhalt / Contenance d`eau (litre)
70
90
135
Tillverknings nr / Manufacturing number
Herstell Nr / Numéro de fabrication
Tillverknings år. / Manufacturing year
2013
2014
2015
2016
Tillverknings månad / Manufacturing month
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
2017
9
10
11
12
Effecta AB - Sweden - Kungsbacka - www.effecta.se
Effecta AB - Västra Rågdalsvägen 21 - 434 99 Kungsbacka - +46 (0)300 22320 - info@effecta.se
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34
Effecta AB - Västra Rågdalsvägen 21 - SE-434 99 Kungsbacka - +46 (0)300 22320 - info@effecta.se
Effecta AB - Västra Rågdalsvägen 21 - 434 99 Kungsbacka - +46 (0)300 22320 - info@effecta.se
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F
E
D
C
B
A
1
2
3
1
2
3
ITEM PART NO PART NO PART NO
DESCRIPTION
NO
25kW
35kW
60kW
1
90061
90049
90025
Casing front
2
90060R
90050R
9002R
Casing right side
3
90060L
90050L
9002L
Casing left side
4
90062
90052
90021
Casing top-front
5
90063
90053
90022
Casing top-mid
6
90064
90051
90023
Casing top-back
7
90047
90047
90047
Casing display box
8
90048
90048
90048
Display box back
9
90065
90046
90024
Casing backside
10
21132
21130
21131
Comp set ceramics
11
2777/25
2777
2777
Grate stick
12
21142
21140
21141
Afterburner
13
226
226
226
Turbulators
14
4211
4211
2545
Lock grate door
15
4212
4212
2546
Lock ash door
16 25361+62 25361+62 2533+34
Hinge grate door
17 25363+64 25363+64 2535+36
Hinge ash door
18
77
77
77
10mm seal rope
19
76
76
76
20mm seal rope
20
726
724
722
Grate door insulation
21
76
76
76
20mm seal rope
22
727
725
723+7231 Ash door insulation
23
59
59
59
Inspection glass
24
4222
4208
4217
Soot hatch
23
1
QTY
25/35/60
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/2
1/1/1
5/7/12
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
1m/1,5/2
1,5m/2/2,5
1/1/1
1m/1,5/2
1/1/1
1/1/1
1/1/1
4
21
4
22
20
19
18
14
15
3
10
4
Q.A
MFG
APPV'D
DRAWN
NAME
FINISH:
11
SIGNATURE
UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED:
DIMENSIONS ARE IN MILLIMETERS
SURFACE FINISH:
TOLERANCES:
LINEAR:
ANGULAR:
5
DATE
12
7
16
MATERIAL:
6
8
DEBUR AND
BREAK SHARP
EDGES
17
24
DO NOT SCALE DRAWING
6
13
2
9
REVISION
8
D
C
B
A
SCALE:1:50
DWG NO.
SHEET 1 OF 2
Spareparts LambdaA3
TITLE:
Västra Rågdalsvägen 21
434 96 Kunsbacka
Sweden
Effecta Energy Solutions AB
5
7
36
Effecta AB - Västra Rågdalsvägen 21 - SE-434 99 Kungsbacka - +46 (0)300 22320 - info@effecta.se
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