Operating, Installation and Maintenance Instructions for the

Operating, Installation and
Maintenance Instructions
for the SR-plus
hot water boiler 0558
4 214 296-08
Dated: November 2017
Issued By TECHNICAL DEPT
Approved KS
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Table of Contents
Introduction
3
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations '98
4
Sample nameplate
4
Delivery, Offloading & Storage
4
Description of the SR-plus boiler
5
Technical & Performance Details
6-9
10-16
Installation
- Space requirements / Changing the door hinged side
10
- Boiler Plant Noise Levels
10
- Boilerhouse Ventilation
11
- Open Vented / Pressurised Systems
11
- Requirements for pressure limiter in accordance with BSEN12828
11
- Flues and Chimneys
12
- Filling the system with water / water treatment
13
- Burner matching / Fitting the Burner
14
- Water flow & return temperatures
14
- TopTronic® E/E13.5 Boiler Control Panel
15
- Control Details
16
- Safety temperature limiter (or limit thermostat) - Reset procedure
17
- Gas Boosters
18
19-20
Commissioning
Operating Instructions, including sequencing of boilers under BMS control
21
Maintenance
22
- Inspection & Servicing / Periodic Inspection
22
- Boiler & Burner Servicing
- Summer Shutdown
24
- Burner Maintenance
25
- Gas booster Maintenance
26
23-24
Oil Burner Fault Finding Chart
27-28
Gas Burner Fault Finding Chart
29-30
Appendices
31-32
Appendix One - Brief operating instructions for the TopTronic® E Controller
31
Appendix Two - Required incoming mains supply for three phase boiler installation
32
33-34
Appendix Three - SR-plus and SRH-plus lifting lug information
Important: These instructions should be read and understood before attempting to install, commission or operate this unit.
The boiler has been tested to comply with the Gas Appliances Directive (90/396/EEC) & the Boiler Efficiency Directive (92/42/
EEC) Certification No. CE-0085.
Material in this publication may not be reproduced without the company's written permission.
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Hoval reserve the right to change specifications without notice.
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Introduction
Introduction
These instructions have been written to give a brief description of the SR-plus hot water boilers, their
installation, commissioning, operation and subsequent maintenance.
The installation of boilers and their ancillary equipment is normally carried out by the Heating Engineer, and
for the purpose of this manual he / she is regarded as the installer, and, as such, it is his / her responsibility
to ensure that he / she has read and understood the contents of this manual before installing the boiler.
It is essential that each boiler has all services connected to it before commissioning.
The installation should be in accordance with current
I.E.E. Regulations, relevant British Standard and Codes of
Practice, Building Regulations and Local Authority Bylaws.
Commissioning/Combustion Report
Hoval Engineers will normally commission the boiler and
if the heating engineer is present at the time, he will be
instructed on the day-to-day operation of the boiler. If this is
not possible, or additional training is required, this can be
arranged through Hoval.
The boiler combustion figures are recorded on the commissioning report and a copy of this will be issued for retention
with this manual (see example).
A note should be entered below by the person responsible for the plant, giving the boiler model,
output, reference serial number and burner reference number. These numbers are indicated on the
appropriate nameplates.
For completion by Plantroom Attendant
Boiler Model:Burner Ref. No.:
Output (kW):Fuel:
Serial No.:Commissioning Date:
For technical, servicing or parts enquiries,
telephone, fax or e-mail to Hoval
quoting the boiler(s) serial number, as above
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Gas Safety, Nameplate & Delivery
Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations '98
It is the law that all gas appliances are installed by a Gas Safe registered installer in accordance with the above
regulations. Failure to install appliances correctly could lead to prosecution. It is in your own interest, and that
of safety, to ensure that the law is complied with.
The Hoval SR-plus range, with both standard and low NOx burners, have been certified against the requirements
of prEN676 for natural gas and LPG.
The installation of the boiler must be in accordance with relevant British Standards, the Gas Safety Regulations,
Building Regulations, I.E.E. Regulations and the by-laws of the local Water Authorities (see list below). A flat
level fire proof floor should be provided and the location should permit the provision of a satisfactory flue system
and adequate air supply.
• BS EN 12831 Heating systems in buildings
Methods for calculating the design heat load
• BS EN 12828 Heating systems in buildings
Planning of hot water heating systems.
• BS 4755 Oil fired combustion systems.
Construction, design, safety requirements.
• BS 4756 Gas fired combustion systems.
Construction, design, safety requirements, design and execution
(for gas burner operation).
• BS 18160 Domestic chimneys, requirements, design
and construction.
• VDI 2035 Prevention of damage through corrosion and
scale formation in hot water heating systems.
• BS 6644 Specification for installation of gas-fired hot
water boilers of rated inputs of between 70 kW (net)
and 1.8 MW (net). (2nd and 3rd family gases).
• IGE/UP/10 Installation of flued gas appliances in
industrial and commercial premises.
• IGEM/UP/4 Commissioning of gas fired plant on
industrial and commercial premises.
• IGEM/UP/2 Installation pipework on industrial and
commercial premises.
Sample nameplate
Hoval
Hoval Ltd, Northgate, Newark, Notts, NG24 1JN Tel: 01636 672711
Boiler
Type
Serial numberYear
Output (gas/oil)
kW
Input (gas/oil)
kW
MaximumMinimum
Heat Output
kW
Output Gas Oil
o
Flue Temp (gas/oil)
C
kW
Pressurised
Vented
Operating temperature
o
Oil
Min
C
Maximum
°C
Gas
Min
o
C
Maximum
Efficiency class
NOx rating
Working Test
Pressure(max)
bar
Pressure
Electrical connection
°C
bar
This appliance must be installed in accordance with the rules in force and used only in a
sufficiently ventilated space. consult insrtuctions before installation and use of this appliance.
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Delivery, Offloading & Storage
Boilers and associated equipment are normally delivered by our own transport on a mutually agreed
date. The boiler can be offloaded by the crane lorry if specifically booked at the time of ordering.
Adequate lifting points are provided on the boiler shell.
Boilers are generally delivered with the casings, control panels (complete with flying leads) and the
burners supplied loose for fitting by the installer.
On delivery, the installer should check all items against the delivery note and should then store them
in a safe and dry place.
NOTE:
There are other small items such as ceramic strip packing, cleaning tools and safety
valves which are transported in the boiler combustion chamber.
These should be removed, checked and stored also.
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Description of the SR-plus boiler
Description of the SR-plus boiler
Applications
These boilers are intended for heating commercial and
industrial premises within the limits of temperature and
pressure stated in this manual. They may also be used
to supply DHW to such premises in conjunction with
an indirect calorifier.
General Details
The boilers are of mild steel welded construction in
which the outer shell forms a water space around the
combustion chamber.
The third pass water jacketed gas passage ways with
turbulators provide an effective secondary heating
surface. Flue gases pass to a rear mounted flue outlet
box and horizontal flue outlet. The flue outlet has a
spigot/flange for connecting to the installers flue pipe,
and is fitted with a door for cleaning and access.
The SR-plus is tested and manufactured to European
boiler design codes and is offered in outputs from
500 to 4150kW. The boilers are suitable for working
pressures up to 8 bar and operating temperatures to
a maximum of 105°C.
On special request SR-plus boilers are available
to model 3000 in accordance with BS855 PED for
operation up to 132°C and 4.5 bar operating pressure.
SR-H boilers are also available including to model 4000
in accordance with BSEN12953 PED for operation up
to 150°C and 10 bar operating pressure.
General
The maximum operating temperature is governed
by the pressure available at the highest point of the
system.Take the 17oC anti-flash margin from the
saturated temperature of steam at that pressure to find
the maximum operating temperature.
• compact, space saving design
• standing losses less than 0.4%
• nett efficiency to 91.6%
• suitable for operation with a range of matched burners for use with oil, gas or dual fuel.
Door Hinging
The hinged side door nuts are supplied with a locknut
at the back of the door boss. Hoval should be advised
of the door and gas burner handing when the boiler is
ordered or at the very earliest date.
For installation space requirements and for changing
door hinging see page 10.
Controls
All SR-plus boilers are supplied with a TopTronic®
E/E13.5 control panel. For further information see
pages 15 to 17. Additional modules can be fitted into
this control panel if required (optional items).
On request optional items
- flue gas thermometer
- separately mounted altitude gauge
- boiler door hinged on left hand side
- volt free contacts for BMS
- Additional TopTronic® E modules.
Insulation / Cladding
100mm mineral fibre wrap with woven aluminium
surface around boiler shell, complete with Hoval red
cladding panels.
Operation
Normal operation is fully automatic in conjuction with
a simple time switch or other form of control i.e. BMS.
Benefits & Features
• UK design & manufacture
• Where applicable full compliance with the Pressure
Equipment Regulations
• No minimum flow rate
Electrical Power Supply
A single phase 230V supply is required for the control panel operation. Single phase burners are electrically
supplied via the control panel. Three phase burners require a separate three phase isolated supply (by the
installer) direct to the burner, incorporating a flexible connection to allow for boiler/burner door opening. In
this case control cables fitted with wieland plug/socket will still run between the control panel and the burner.
All power supplies to the boiler/ burner/ other associated equipment (i.e.: gas booster, separate oil pump, etc.)
should be isolated via the same switched isolator.
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SR-plus Technical & Performance Details
SR-plus 500 - 1500
Type
• Maximum output kW
• Minimum output
kW
• Boiler input at maximum output
kW
• Boiler input at minimum output
kW
°C
• Maximum boiler operating temperature (1)
• Minimum return temperature (oil/gas)
°C
• Minimum flue gas temperature
°C
• Maximum working pressure bar
500
600
700
900
1200
1500
500
225
546
241
600
300
657
322
750
375
819
402
1000
500
1094
535
1250
625
1366
668
1500
750
1647
804
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
• Boiler efficiency nett (2) at 100%PN
at 30%PN
• Standing losses qB at 70°C
• Insulation thickness
• Fuel Consumption at maximum output
Nat Gas (3)
35 seconds oil (4)
%
%
Watt
mm
91.5
93.5
1250
100
91.4
93.1
1500
100
91.6
93.4
1725
100
91.4
93.5
1800
100
91.5
93.6
2375
100
91.1
93.3
2400
100
m3/hr
litres/hr
56.4
55.2
68.0
66.1
84.9
77.2
113.5
99.4
141.7
137.9
170.7
166.1
• Hydraulic resistance through the boiler (5)
• Hydraulic resistance with 11 K T • Hydraulic resistance with 20 K T • Water Flow rate with
11 K T • Water Flow rate with
20 K T z-factor
m bar
m bar
m3 / h
m3 / h
0.020
30.6
9.3
39.1
21.5
0.020
44.0
13.3
46.9
25.8
0.010
34.4
10.4
58.6
32.2
0.011
67.2
20.3
78.2
43.0
0.011
105.0
31.8
97.7
53.7
0.009
122.3
37.4
117.3
64.5
litres
kg
800
1734
770
1789
1340
2530
1250
2668
1320
3417
1330
3723
• Boiler water content
• Dry Weight (without burner) (6)
SR-plus 1750 - 4000
Type
1750
2000
2250
2500
3000
3500
4000
• Maximum output • Minimum output • Boiler input at maximum output
• Boiler input at minimum output
kW
kW
kW kW 1760
880
1932
945
2050
1025
2243
1101
2350
1175
2574
1261
2650
1325
2909
1419
3000
1500
3286
1603
3500
1750
3838
1872
4150
2075
4555
2226
• Maximum boiler operating temperature (1)
• Minimum return temperature (oil/gas)
• Minimum flue gas temperature
• Maximum working pressure °C
°C
°C
bar
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
105
60/55
140
8
%
• Boiler efficiency nett (2) at 100%PN
at 30%PN
%
• Standing losses qB at 70°C
Watt
• Insulation thickness
mm • Fuel Consumption at maximum output
m3/hr
Nat Gas (3)
litres/hr
35 seconds oil (4)
91.1
93.1
2475
100
91.4
93.1
2510
100
91.3
93.2
2530
100
91.1
93.4
2570
100
91.3
93.6
2960
100
91.2
93.5
3070
100
91.1
93.2
3160
100
200.3
195.0
232.6
226.3
266.9
259.8
301.0
276.9
340.4
330.9
397.5
387.9
455.3
443.1
• Hydraulic resistance through the boiler (5)
• Hydraulic resistance with 11 K T • Hydraulic resistance with 20 K T • Water Flow rate with 11 K T • Water Flow rate with 20 K T z-factor
m bar m bar m3 / h m3 / h 0.008
151.4
45.8
137.6
75.7
0.006
154.1
46.6
160.2
88.1
0.006
202.5
61.2
183.7
101.0
0.0015
64.4
19.5
207.1
114.0
0.0015
82.5
25.0
234.5
129.0
0.0015
113.0
34.0
273.5
150.5
0.0017
166.2
50.3
324.5
178.5
litres kg 2150
4521
2690
5410
3350
6213
3660
6634
3670
7177
4020
9128
4130
11067
• Boiler water content
- Dry Weight (without burner) (6)
(1) Based
on a maximum limit thermostat setting of 120oC.
(2) Boiler efficiencies at 100% load are based on a mean operating temperature
of 70oC, at 30% efficiencies are based on a mean temperature of 50oC.
(3) Based
on gross CV 38.5 MJ/m3.
(4) Based
on gross CV 45.5 MJ/kg and specific gravity 0.835.
(5)Hydraulic
resistance (mbar) = (Flow rate (m3/h))2 x z
Figures are based on the maximum boiler outputs.
(6)Dry
weights based on the 8 bar boiler.
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Dimensions and Technical Information
SR-plus heating boiler (models 500 to 900)
1
3
C
Control panel can be mounted
on left or right hand side.
(Standard right hand side).
2
G
H
560
165
J
N
M
B
9
7
A
5
10
L
E
6
8
4
F
Front view
D
Side elevation
view
Note: The installer must ensure the condensate drain connection (8) is piped to drain via a drain trap to prevent flue gases
escaping. Do not fit an isolation valve in this pipework. As well as the safety valve, the installer must provide i) for a pressurised
system - an automatic air vent. ii) for an open vented system - a vent from the flow line.
1
2
3
4
5
Flow
Return
Safety valve connection
Hydraulic drain
Flue outlet
SRkW Rating
plus
at high fire
Model
A
6
7
8
9
10
B
C
D
E
Smokebox cleaning door
Flue gas test point
Smokebox condensate drain
Boiler control panel
Burner mounting flange
F
G
H
J
A single phase 230V supply is required for the control panel
operation. Single phase burners are electrically supplied via the
control panel. Three phase burners require a separate three
phase isolated supply (by the installer direct to the burner,
incorporating a flexible connection to allow for boiler/burner door
opening. A separate control cable is fitted with wieland plug/
sockets to run between the control panel and the burner. All
power supplies to the boiler/burner/other associated equipment
(ie: gas booster, separate oil pump, etc.) should be isolated via
the same switched isolator.
L
M
N
Flow/return
flanged to
BS4504 PN16
Dry
Water
Safety
Flue I/D Weight Content
valve
kg
litres
500
411-500 1247 1125 2372 1886 675 186 1320 920 280 675 188
73
100 N/B
R 1"
250
1734
800
600
501-600 1247 1125 2372 1886 675 186 1320 920 280 675 188
73
100 N/B
R 1"
250
1789
770
700
601-750 1415 1300 2850 2338 760 215 1780 1330 365 760 175
60
125 N/B
R 1¼"
300
2530
1340
900
876-1000 1415 1300 2850 2338 760 215 1780 1330 365 760 175
60
125 N/B
R 1¼"
300
2668
1250
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SR-plus Technical & Performance Details
Dimensions and Technical Information
SR-plus heating boiler (models 1200 to 4000)
1
3
C
Control panel can be mounted
on left or right hand side.
(Standard right hand side).
2
G
H
560
165
J
N
M
B
7
9
A
5
10
L
E
6
8
4
Front view
E
D
Side elevation
view
Note: The installer must ensure the condensate drain connection (8) is piped to drain via a drain trap to prevent flue gases escaping.
Do not fit an isolation valve in this pipework. As well as the safety valve, the installer should provide; i) For a pressurised system - an
automatic air vent. ii) For an open vented system - a vent from the flow line.
1
2
3
4
5
Flow
Return
Safety valve connection
Hydraulic drain
Flue outlet
SR- kW Rating
plus
at high
Model
fire
A
B
6
7
8
9
10
C
D
E
Smokebox cleaning door
Flue gas test point
Smokebox condensate drain
Boiler control panel
Burner mounting flange
F
G
H
J
A single phase 230V supply is required for the control panel
operation. Single phase burners are electrically supplied via the
control panel. Three phase burners require a seperate three phase
isolated supply (by the installer direct to the burner, incorporating a
flexible connection to allow for boiler/burner door opening. A separate
control cable is fitted with wieland plug/sockets to run between the
control panel and the burner. All power supplies to the boiler/burner/
other associated equipment (i.e.: gas booster, separate oil pump,
etc.) should be isolated via the same switched isolator.
L
M
N
Flow/Return
flanged to
BS4504 PN16
Dry
Safety valve Flue I/D Weight
kg
Water
Content
litres
1200
1151-1250 1495 1390 2855 2342 815
215 1795 1345 380
815
190
75
125 N/B
R1½"
350
3417
1320
1500
1426-1500 1575 1450 2952 2342 850
215 1806 1356 466
850
198
83
150 N/B
R1½"
400
3723
1330
1750
1625-1760 1752 1600 3404 2794 950
215 2137 1687 500
950
188
73
150 N/B
R2"
400
4521
2150
2000
1900-2050 1850 1700 3445 2794 1000 255 2137 1687 590 1000 198
83
150 N/B
R2"
450
5410
2690
2250
2200-2350 2020 1850 3540 2897 1095 255 2200 1750 590 1095 192
77
150 N/B
R2"
450
6213
3350
2500
2450-2650 2100 1950 3626 2972 1135 255 2372 1922 600 1135 195
80
200 N/B
65 N/B PN16
450
6634
3660
3000
2900-3000 2220 2030 3700 3047 1200 255 2502 2052 600 1200 200
85
200 N/B
65 N/B PN16
500
7177
3670
3500
3250-3500 2440 2200 4200 3552 1330 255 2706 2166 866 1330 190
75
200 N/B
65 N/B PN16
500
9128
4020
4000
3750-4150 2525 2370 4230 3577 1330 255 2716 2216 866 1330 175
60
200 N/B
65 N/B PN16
550
11067
4130
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SRH-plus Technical & Performance Details
Dimensions and Technical Information
SRH-plus heating boiler (models 500 to 4000)
Control panel can be mounted
on left or right hand side.
(Standard right hand side).
Rear view
Side elevation
view
Note: The installer must ensure the condensate drain connection (8) is piped to drain via a drain trap to prevent flue gases escaping.
Do not fit an isolation valve in this pipework. As well as the safety valve, the installer should provide; i) For a pressurised system - an
automatic air vent. ii) For an open vented system - a vent from the flow line.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Flow
Return
Safety valve connection
Hydraulic drain
Flue outlet
SRHplus
Model
kW
Rating
at high
fire
500
Smokebox cleaning door
Flue gas test point
Smokebox condensate drain
Boiler control panel supplied seperately
for fitting and wiring by the installer
A single phase 230V supply is required for the control panel
operation. Single phase burners are electrically supplied via the
control panel. Three phase burners require a seperate three phase
isolated supply (by the installer direct to the burner, incorporating a
flexible connection to allow for boiler/burner door opening. A separate
control cable is fitted with wieland plug/sockets to run between the
control panel and the burner. All power supplies to the boiler/burner/
other associated equipment (i.e.: gas booster, separate
oil pump, etc.) should be isolated via the same
switched isolator.
L
Flow/Return
flanged to
BS4504 PN16
Safety valve
flanged to
BS4504 PN16
Drain
flanged
BS4504
PN16
450-500 1425 1200 2335 1625 1100 325 1500 1175 325
800
100NB
25NB
40NB
250
1924
880
600
550-625 1477 1260 2635 1925 1150 325 1825 1475 325
800
100NB
25NB
40NB
250
2129
1132
800
700-800 1627 1480 2905 2195 1250 325 2000 1600 350
927
150NB
32NB
40NB
300
3050
1745
1000
875-1000 1707 1560 2865 2155 1300 325 2000 1600 350
927
150NB
32NB
40NB
300
3400
1785
1200
1100-1200 1872 1650 3135 2425 1500 325 2275 1675 525 1050
150NB
32NB
40NB
350
3809
2327
1500
1350-1500 1952 1760 3465 2655 1550 325 2365 1765 525 1097
150NB
40NB
40NB
400
4795
2511
2000
1900-2125 2200 1950 3572 2762 1650 325 2335 1985 525 1240
150NB
50NB
40NB
450
6075
3515
2500
2550-2750 2440 2190 3754 2939 1880 330 2675 2075 575 1327
200NB
50NB
40NB
475
8134
5083
3000
2900-3100 2500 2300 3812 2997 1930 330 2650 2000 800 1327
200NB
50NB
40NB
500
9310
5560
4000
3750-4150 2660 2400 4246 3431 2195 330 3100 2637 825 1455
200NB
65NB
40NB
550
12145
6870
A
B
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E
F
G
H
J
Dry
Water
Flue I/D Weight Content
kg
litres
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Space requirements, boiler plant house noise levels
Space Requirements
Where ever possible space should be left around the boiler to enable all parts to be examined and
the cubicle casings to be fitted or removed easily.
Clearances
a) Back clearance is required for the system water, flue connections and access to cleaning door.
b)Front clearance is required to swivel the boiler door ncluding burner by 90o, (standard to the
right optional to left) space requirements to right when right hinged 80mm (plus burner length).
Clearance is equal to approximately the length of the boiler base (D) should be allowed for tube
cleaning and tube repairs. Shorter clearances are possible subject to cleaning methods and
plantroom layout.
c) When the boiler is gas fired, allowance must be made for bringing the gas piping up to the
boiler front and to leaving space for the gas pipework at he side of the boiler or in the most suitable
direction.
e) It is possible to install two boilers without intermediate space. (Important: boiler door on left
boiler must be swivelled to the left and boiler door on the right boiler to the right).
Additional points
When pipework is being connected to the boiler, care must be taken not to damage the casings,
which are not designed to be stood on.
External weight or thrust from system pipework attached to the boiler should be avoided by careful
design of pipework runs and the use of expansion joints as required.
Changing the door hinged side
The boiler door is right hand hinged as standard, it carries the full burner weight and no extra weight should be
imposed.
1.
Open the door as hinged and screw on two spare locknuts on the door hinge bolts to locate the door bosses on the new side.
2.
Close the door. Adjust the locknuts tempororarily and replace one door nut tightly.
3.
Change the other nut over with its plain diagonal counterpart from the other side of the door and tighten both.
4.
Adjust the locknuts so that a seal is obtained all round the fibre joint.
5.
Open the door and remove the original locknuts.
Important
•
Always have two nuts tightened to prevent the door falling.
•
It is essential that the door seal is in place correctly after closing the door every time.
Replace the joint if in doubt and check there are no fumes escaping.
Boiler Plant Noise Levels
This is a specialist subject and where noise due to vibration, combustion or mechanical sources is
likely to be a problem, Hoval should be advised.
Measures can be adopted to reduce noise levels if it
is considered that any of the following sources will be
objectionable:
The following are sound and vibration control measures
which can be taken in respect of the points raised
above:
1) Direct transmission through the building structure,
e.g. rooftop boilerhouses causing vibration and
sound to be transmitted to the space below.
2) Sound transmission through the boilerhouse fabric
e.g. dwellings very close to the boilerhouse may be
subject to objectionable noise from a building,
without sound insulation, through the walls and air
ventilation openings.
3) From the chimney outlet e.g. where dwellings are
located very close by the boilerhouse or above the
chimney outlet. Natural gas fired plant has low
frequency sound pressure levels which are
disturbing to nearby residents when the boilers are
operating, particularly at night.
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Acoustic burner and booster shrouds.
Acoustic air intake baffle or acoustic louvres.
Heavy construction or sound insulated external
walls, double glazing, heavy and close fitting doors
to the boilerhouse.
Heavy construction flue with insulated cavity all
round when the flue rises within the occupied areas
of the building. Double skin insulated flues for flues
installed outside the building.
Flue noise attenuator.
Anti-vibration mounts for the boiler case.
Peripheral gaps around pipes to be sealed with suitable acoustic material.
Anti-vibration connections to pipework and pumps.
Heavy construction of suspended floor or ceiling.
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Ventilation, Open Vented & Pressurised Systems
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Boilerhouse Ventilation
Boilerhouse ventilation should
conform with the relevant British
Standards, Codes of Practice etc.
Natural Ventilation - General Guidelines
The permanent ventilation of the boilerhouse (not including
doors and windows which may be closed) is essential.
Boilerhouse ventilation serves two essential purposes.
One is to permit combustion air to flow freely to the burners
from outside the building and the second is to maintain a
clean atmosphere within the boilerhouse at a reasonable
temperature level.
Heat released from the boiler, the piping and the flues should
not increase the boilerhouse temperature above 30oC.
Air Inlet Requirements
It is essential that fixed air openings are provided at high and
low level adjacent to the boiler.
Free inlet area of louvres required for ventilation and
combustion air should not be less than 4cm2/kW net heat
input free area at low level and a further 2cm2/kW net heat
input free area at high level, in line with the provisions of
BS6644. The inlet opening should be at low level with a
further ventilation opening of half that area at high level.
Air inlets and ventilation outlets are best disposed at low level
and high level respectively, so that air convection across the
boilers will create the necessary air changes.
Preferably the high level openings should not be too close to
the low level opening such that short circuiting of air, without
ventilation across the boilers, can occur. Where louvres are
utilised in the boilerhouse door, louvres over the full door
height are satisfactory.
For boilerhouses below ground level, arrangements should
be made to induce fresh air into the boilerhouse where a
natural flow of air is restricted by the buoyancy of air leaving
higher level openings.
Air Supply by Mechanical Ventilation - General
Guidelines
The supply of air to a space housing the boiler by mechanical
means should be mechanical inlet with natural or mechanical
extraction. Mechanical extract ventilation with natural inlet
must not be used.
Any mechanical means of entering air into a basement
boilerhouse should have a balancing outlet so that the air
pressure in the boilerhouse does not exceed 0.05" W.G.
(12.5 Pa).
Where mechanical inlet and mechanical extract system is
applied, the design extraction rate should not exceed one
third of the design inlet rate.
Note: All air inlet and extract fans should be fitted with
automatic controls interlocked with the boiler controls to give
a safe shutdown or lockout in the event of a malfunction.
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Open Vented / Pressurised
Systems
Open Vented Systems
A primary make up water and expansion tank is required for
open vented systems. With low head on calorifier primary
system, Hoval Technical Department should be consulted.
The cold feed pipe should be connected into the return water
piping on the boiler side of any valve.
The vent pipe should be installed with a continuous rise to
a position over the primary feed tank.
A safety valve should be installed in a tee piece as near to
the boiler as possible with no intervening valve. It should be
sized to the relevant British Standard.
Pressurised Systems
For independently pressurised systems the vent connection
must be fitted with an automatic air vent, a safety valve (sized
to the relevant British Standard) and a pressure switch. No
intervening valve is permissible between the safety valve
and boiler.
The pressure switch should be interlocked with the boilers
control circuit to safely close the burner down in the event
of pressure loss.
The pressurisation unit control should also be interlocked
with the boiler(s) controls to safely close the burner down in
the event of malfunction.
Hoval recommend that a Level Probe Switch is fitted in the
flow pipe rising from the boiler. It should be drained down
for proving its operation periodically. It should be interlocked
with the burner control system.
Pressure limiter
In accordance with BSEN12828 clause 4.6.2.2.2 Heating
Systems in Buildings).
All SR-plus models should have an an associated pressure
limiter device fitted in the system pipework, as close
as possible to the boiler itself (provided by the installer not supplied, fitted or wired by Hoval).
If the operating pressure of the heating system exceeds
the given pressure limit, or in the case of auxiliary power
interruption, the pressure limiter shall shut off the heating
equipment and interlock it against restarting. The pressure
limiter shall be adjusted so that it responds before the safety
valve(s) operate(s).
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Flues & Chimneys
Flues and Chimneys
Guidance for sizing flues and chimneys is given in
CIBSE and B&ES guides and also Hoval Technical
Data Sheets. Flues should conform to the relevant
British Standards, Codes of Practice etc.
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Specialist flues are available for difficult situations
such as a low level flue adjacent to a tall building.
In this case a vertical balanced flue can be helpful.
Refer to Hoval for further details.
Fan Dilution Systems - General Guidelines
General Guidelines
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Individual chimneys and flues should be used
whenever possible for multi-boiler plants so that
combustion conditions are not disturbed by the
operation of other boilers. Consideration should be
given to the condition of one boiler at low fire with
regard to low temperature and condensation
problems.
Use of short runs of flues and with the minimum of
large radius bends without horizontal runs before
entering the main chimney at a 45o are recommended
and will cause the least resistance.
• Flues should not be less in diameter than the boiler
outlet connection size.
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In deciding the flue run, the chimney height, buoyancy
and the flue resistance at full load should ideally deliver a balanced pressure condition at the flue spigot on the
boiler. However slight positive or slight negative
pressure conditions may be acceptable depending
on the specific boiler/burner match. Please check with Hoval Technical.
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If two flues must enter into one common stack they
they should be positioned to cause the least
disturbance to the other gas stream (i.e. not opposite
to each other).
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Where flues from two or more boilers join the header
the gas streams should be flowing in the same
direction at the point of intersection with the header.
Header cross sectional areas should take account of
the quantity of gas flowing at each intersection. Allow
for condensation points in chimney and flue.
Condensation should be drained at the base of the
vertical run. Horizontal runs should drain away from
the boiler.
Steps should be taken in designing to prevent or
minimise condensation forming by using double skin
and/or insulated flue systems and suitably insulated
brick stack or double skin steel chimney. This helps
prevent condensation from gas fired plants.
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Where high gas outlet velocities are required from
the chimney, a coned outlet can be used.The
additional loss of draught due to this should be taken
into account in the chimney design.
Flues should be supported independently to prevent
undue weight and forces due to expansion being
transmitted to the boiler outlet connection.
Adequate doors should be provided in flues and
chimneys for cleaning and inspection purposes.
Square tees must not be used for creating a drain
point at a flue change of direction as this creates
difficulties in firing the burner.
IMPORTANT
A condensate drain point is provided in the
boiler flue outlet box and this should be piped
to drain via a drain trap to prevent flue gases
escaping. No isolating valve should be fitted
in this pipework.
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In circumstances where the provision of a conventional or
natural draught flue is impracticable because of the location
of the boiler plant, a fan dilution system may be used.
Dilution fan capacity (m3s) = 9.7 x boiler rating (kW)
at normal 3600 x 0.8
temperature and
pressure (N.T.P)
To adjust for the normal diluted outlet temperature of 50oC,
multiply the N.T.P. figure by 1.1154.
The dilution air intake should be independent of the
boilerhouse combustion and ventilation air supply.
Velocities in the fan intake and exit ducts should not exceed
7.5l/s to avoid ductwork resonance noise.
Air flow switch to be interlocked with burner controls.
Local Authority approval of height of the diluted flue outlet
is generally required.
Attention is also drawn to the need to include the fan and its
proving switches as in the normal routine boiler maintenance
programme.
Chimney sizes and height will need to take
into account the following:
1) Clean Air Act.
2) Local Regulations.
3) Environmental Protection Act 1990.
4) Considerations to adjacent buildings.
5) Transmission of noise, particularly low
frequency sound pressure levels in
quiet periods of the day or night from
natural gas fired plant if dwellings are
very close.
6)Flue gases discharged to the
atmosphere which contribute to health
dangers should be minimised by
maintaining the burner and boiler to
ensure correct combustion and high
efficiency to reduce running time to a
minimum and to maintain low levels of
CO 2 (Greenhouse effect); CO and NOx
(dangerous gases). Burners supplied Hoval boilers fully meet this requirement.
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Filling the system
Recommendation
Water treatment
It is recommended that each system
should be filled or refilled with treated
water and specialist firms will be able to
advise in this respect.
There is basic need to treat water contained
in all heating and indirect hot water systems,
particularly open vented systems.
Check the following:
One millimetre of lime reduces the heat conversion
from flame via metal to water by 10%.
• all connections are made and tightened
• instrument pockets are fitted and water tight
• spare sockets are fitted with plugs and are
water tight
• all valves in the heating circuit are open
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mixing or diverting valves are opened half way,
then gradually fill with water until the altitude
gauge (if fitted) indicates the correct head and
the header tank is filled to appropriate level
• the installation is completely vented
• if a pressurisation unit is installed reference
should be made to the makers filling
instructions and applied
• installation debris and any deposits from the
system are not allowed into the boiler
• the boiler is flushed out through the drain
connection to ensure that the boiler is clean
inside
• a large strainer is fitted to older systems to
remove deposits before the return enters the
boiler.
Important
The whole system must be thoroughly
flushed with water to wash out foreign
matter and impurities in accordance
with CIBSE/BSRIA guidelines.
In practice the deposition of these salts is liable
to cause noises from the boiler body or even
premature boiler failure. Corrosion and the
formation of black iron oxide sludge will ultimately
result in premature radiator failure.
Open vented systems are not completely sealed
off from the atmosphere as it is essential to
provide a tank open to atmosphere if proper
venting and expansion of system water is to be
achieved. The same tank is used to fill the water
and it is through the cold feed pipe that system
water expands into the tank when the boiler
passes heat into the system.
Conversely when the system cools, water
previously expanded is drawn back from the
tank into the system together with a quantity of
dissolved oxygen.
Even if leakage from the heating and hot water
systems is eliminated there will be evaporation
losses from the surface of the tank which,
depending on ambient temperature, may be high
enough to evaporate a large portion of the system
water capacity over a full heating session.
There will always be corrosion within a heating
hot water system to a greater or lesser degree
irrespective of water characteristics unless the
initial fill water from the mains is treated. Even the
water in closed systems will promote corrosion
unless treated.
For these reasons Hoval strongly recommend
that when necessary the system be thoroughly
cleaned, prior to the use of a stable inhibitor, which
does not require continual topping up to combat
the effects of hardness salts and corrosion.
Hoval advise contact directly with major specialists
on water treatment such as Sentinel or Fernox.
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Fitting the Burner
Burner matching
The boiler will normally be supplied by Hoval complete with a burner which is CE marked and is CE approved
for firing with the boiler. Where it is required to fit an alternative burner, to comply with CE Directives, the boiler
must only be used with a burner having CE marking in accordance with Directive 90/396/EEC and Standard
EN 676 (Gas) or EN 267 (Oil). The fuel suppy requirements will be stated on the burner data plate.
The burner CE approval must also be based on a test in a test tank having dimensions no larger than the relevant boiler combustion chamber dimensions.
Please consult Hoval Technical Department for further information, if required.
Fitting the Burner
Always fit the boiler door front casing before
mounting the burner.
The burner is normally attached to the boiler and is
pre-wired. In the event that the burner is supplied
separately, then the following procedure should be
used. An adaptor plate suitable for the type of burner
being used is supplied fitted to the boiler door.
Important
Check from the nameplate that the burner received
is the one indicated on the advice note and that the
electrical supply details and the fuel shown agree with
those available on site.
Most burners can be lifted manually, but care should
be taken not to damage components and help should
be sought for handling the larger burners.
Fitting the burner
• Fit the burner to the door using the gasket
and studs provided. If an acoustic shroud with
a backplate is being used, refer to the notes
below before fitting the burner.
• When the burner is securely fixed, check that
the boiler door will open fully 90o.
• In the case of oil fired burner, the position of
the oil strainer at the end of the fixed oil supply
pipe should allow the door to open fully when
the flexible oil piping is connected.
Dual fuel burners - important note
For dual fuel burners, the installer should fit solenoid
oil supply valves with micro switches to interlock with
the burner and similarly the gas supply valve should
have micro switches.
For dual fuel burners which do not have a clutch
release system for the oil supply when operating on
gas, arrangements should be made to circulate the oil
through flexible piping for at least 5 metres so that the
pump does not overheat.
Gas burner valve trains should be located within
300mm of the burner and supported independently of
the boiler at the opposite side to the door hinge so that
the door can open after 'breaking' a connecting joint.
Sealing of the burner draught tube
A small annular space is necessary around the burner
draught tube in the door refractory to enable the burner
to be withdrawn. Seal this gap with the ceramic strip
supplied.
Acoustic Shrouds
Acoustic shrouds are available to special order for the
burner and gas booster.
Check that the shroud instructions for fitting and space
requirements are to hand and studied before fitting.
These instructions are not in this manual.
Check for shrouds with wheels that space has been
allowed to wheel the shroud away from the burner on
a flat and level floor in front of the burner.
Fire Sensor for gas or oil burners
This should be located just in front of the boiler door
and above it so that the door can be opened without
hindrance. This applies whether an acoustic shroud is
fitted or not.
Water flow & return temperatures
Consideration will already have been given to the system flow and return temperatures but please note:1) The flow temperature can be adjusted to the maximum operating temperature, as outlined in page 5.
2) The return temperatures should be controlled to be not less than 60oC for oil and 55oC for gas at all times
by the use of suitable bypass/diverting controls.
3) Differentials between the flow and return should not exceed 25K. Where a differential is to exceed 20K
advise Hoval as considerations are necessary and alternative solutions can be suggested.
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Control Details
TopTronic® E/E13.5 Boiler Control Panel
Burner fault light
Control circuit switch
Reset button
CAN network
connection
Complete equipment with...
• Control circuit switch
• Fuse
• STB limit thermostat
• TopTronic® E Controller
VE1
Variable input 1
AF
Outside sensor
SF
Calorifier sensor
VE2/IMP Variable input 2/
solar pulse input
VF1
Heat generator sensor
VE10V Variable input 0-10V
VA10V/PWM Variable output 0-10V
H1
Signal lamp burner fault
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• (electronic) multi-function switch
• On-screen hours run counter
• CAN connection
• Electronic thermostat
OT
RS485
CAN
R-CAN
ADR.
GB
S1
Netz-in
VA1
Data bus heat generator
SLP
Data bus heat generator
DKP
Control bus connection
VA2
CAN terminating resistor
Address switch
MK1
Internal device bus
B1
Internal BIC power supply
Netz-out
Power supply in (single phase)
Variable output 1
Hinged cover
Calorifier loading pump
Direct heating circuit pump
Variable output 2
Mixing valve
Pump mixer circuit 1
Flow temperature switch
Power supply out (single phase)
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Control Details
The control panel is mounted on the side of the boiler and encloses the
appropriate controls. Check that it also contains the correct wiring diagram.
The control panel is generally supplied for mounting onto the side of the
boiler casing by the installer. For normal high/low operation the control
thermostat is set by the Hoval commissioning engineer at the required
level e.g. 80°C. The limit thermostat will be set at a minimum of 6°C above
this and the high/low thermostat setting at 3-5°C below the operating thermostat setting. For other special requirements refer to the wiring diagram.
Cables from the boiler control panel to burner come fitted with Wieland
plug/socket for easy connection and require connecting by the installer
prior to commissioning. (See important note below).
Control panel TopTronic® E/E13.5
–– For operating temperature up to 105°C
Control panel mounted on the left or right
hand side of the boiler casing depending on
door hinging. (Standard right hand side).
–– Integrated control function for:
–– 1 mixing circuit
–– 1 heating circuit without mixing
operation
–– Domestic hot water loading circuit
–– Option to expand the functions by
–– Additional TopTronic® E modules
–– Main switch "I/O“
–– Safety temperature limiter 120°C
–– Fuse 10A
–– Fault indication “Burner”
–– Burner running time meter and start-up
counter
–– Boiler sensor
–– Touch screen display
–– Options for;
–– Daytime room temperature
–– Night room temperature
–– Hot water temperature
–– Operating mode selection (holiday, absent, extended heating operation, automatic, summer, heating
continuous operation - reduced heating - frost protection)
–– Adjusting the heating curves
–– System information
–– Emission measurement and manual operation
––Outdoor sensor AF
––Flow sensor with plug
––Calorifier sensor with plug
––Plug connection for burner
––Connection available for optional TopTronic®
E Room control module
––Connection available for TopTronic® E
Gateway module to allow remote access
(requires internet connection)
The TopTronic® E Controller provides (as standard) for the control of high/
low and fully modulating single fuel gas or oil burners. For dual fuel burners
an additional thermostat will be fitted inside the panel enclosure to facilitate
their control.
The TopTronic® E Controller can also sequence up to eight SR-plus boilers fitted with single fuel burners. Not suitable however for sequencing of
dual fuel burners. Subject to the system design, consult Hoval for further
information.
Burner control circuit switch
Switching the boiler ON:
Setting the switch to the ON position will allow the boiler to be switched on/
off by any external controls, e.g. time switch. When external controls are
in the ON position, the boiler will switch on/off at the dictates of the control
thermostat(s).
In the case of a gas burner if the supplier has been off for a long period, or
the gas supply has been disconnected, ensure gas is purged to the boiler,
and the main pilot gas cocks are turned on before switching to the ON
position.
Limit thermostat
The maximum setting of the limit thermostat is 120°C. The limit thermostat
should normally be set 10°C above the control thermostat (access to the
limit thermostat adjustment is gained from inside the control panel (isolate
electrical supply before removing control panel cover). If the boiler temperature exceeds this, the boiler will be switched off. The boiler will not
operate until the limit thermostat is manually reset.
Control panel for SR-H plus boilers
Electronic control thermostat
The control thermostat should normally be set in the range 70-83°C. It can, A bespoke control panel is supplied
however, be set higher, up to 105°C maximum. Access to the electronic
seperately with each SR-H plus (PED)
control thermostat adjustment is gained via the TopTronic® E Controller.
boiler for fitting and wiring back to the
High temperature cut out
boiler by the installer.
If the high temperature cut out is activated the limit thermostat will need to
be manually reset. Allow the boiler to cool down, release the hinged panel, The integeral thermostats are suitable for
then unscrew the protective cover of the reset button. Press the button in,
a higher operating temperature of up to
replace the cover and close the hinged panel. The boiler will automatically
150°C.
resume operation. If there are repeated faults, contact the Hoval Service
Department.
Each SR-H plus boiler is fitted with both
Burner lockout light
a low pressure switch and a low water
If the burner lockout light is illuminated, the burner control will have gone
level sensor which are interlocked with
to lockout. To rectify this, press the illuminated button on the burner control the boiler controls. Volt free contacts are
box. If the burner goes to lockout several times in a short period, contact
available at extra cost.
the Hoval Service Department.
Terminals
Terminals are provided in the control panel for linking in additional controls
e.g. time switch, pressurisation unit, interlocks, etc.
Electrical Power Supply
A single phase 230V supply is required for the control panel operation. Single phase burners are electrically
supplied via the control panel. Three phase burners require a separate three phase isolated supply (by the
installer) direct to the burner, incorporating a flexible connection to allow for boiler/burner door opening. In
this case control cables fitted with wieland plug/socket will still run between the control panel and the burner.
All power supplies to the boiler/ burner/ other associated equipment (i.e.: gas booster, separate oil pump, etc.)
should be isolated via the same switched isolator.
Please see the wiring diagram on page 29 for further information.
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Safety temperature limiter (or limit thermostat) - Reset
procedure
If the boiler temperature rises too high, the system is switched
off by the safety temperature limiter (STL) by means of a mechanical lockout. The malfunction must first be reset on the safety
temperature limiter, then on the control panel.
- TB reset
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Fig. 28
1. Isolate the electrical supply to the boiler
2. Open the switch control box
3. Unscrew the protective cap
4. Reset the STL
Reset on the control panel
Reset key
Fig. 29
Press the reset key on the control (first remove the cover):
the boiler is ready for operation again once the boiler water
temperature is less than 80°C.
Adjustment of the limit thermostat temperature setting is also
made within the control panel (accessed as above).
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Installation - Gas Boosters
Gas Boosters
A booster is required when the gas pressure at the burner is
below the value specified by the burner manufacturer at the flow
rate attained at maximum burner rating.
Important
If a critical system is served it is good practise to
install a duty/standby gas booster set.
Gas Regulations require that no more than 0.5" WG pressure
is lost due to pipe work resistance between the supply meter
and the gas inlet.
Booster Installation
It is usually preferably to locate the boosters as near as
possible to the burner served rather than close to the meter.
• Leave adequate access for servicing drive belts, fan
bearing assemblies, electrical motors and any acoustic shroud.
• Ensure that the room in which the gas booster is to be installed is well ventilated and free from dust.
• Concrete floors should be sealed.
• Locate the booster on a firm, flat horizontal plinth approximately 450mm high to raise the unit to a convenient level.
• Noise attenuation and absence resonance are best obtained by supporting the booster on anti-vibration mounts.
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Before running the booster the machine should becleaned thoroughly, taking particular care to make sure that pulleys • For the same reasons, connecting pipework needs to be accurately aligned and properly supported. The use of flexible and the belt are free from abrasive dust etc, which may pipes between the inlet and outlet ports of the booster and have settled on the machine during installation.
pipework is strongly recommended. These flexible pipes will reduce risk of resonance in the pipework system and eliminate • If the booster is in the boilerhouse then the ventilation and
air inlet louvres for the boiler will also serve for the booster strain on the fan chamber.
to keep the ambient temperature satisfactory, providing the full recommendations for free area and position are fulfilled.
•
Standard boosters are designed to operate in ambient
temperatures not exceeding 40oC. When the booster is
housed separately to the boiler, ventilation must be provided to keep the ambient temperature below this.
Ventilation openings in this case must be sized relative to any heat emiters in the room and the effects of solar gain.
•
The booster control enables the booster to work
automatically. Gas flow through the booster is required to
stop any excessive increase in operating temperature
and we recommend that the booster should only operate
in conjunction with the burner. Prolonged periods of
operation without any gas flow will cause an increase in
temperature, shortening the life of the booster and
increasing service frequency. If however the plant is
required to work under such conditions, consideration
should be given to the use of a purpose-designed bypass
to dissipate the excess heat and the installation of a twin
duty stand-by system to allow for regular inspection. Where
a stand-by booster is fitted, it should be operated regularly
or in rotation. If the booster is operating in rotation auto
cycling may have been installed as an option.
Do not test the fan chamber assembly by hydraulic
pressure: this practice will inevitably damage the fan
bearing assembly.
NOTE: Flexible piping should be examined by the operator
on a monthly basis. Change if there are any signs of
deterioration or cracking.
• Changes in pipework sizing are best made close to the booster ports. The use of expanders and reducers are recommended to minimise pressure losses.
• Where it is necessary to reduce or increase pipe sizes, the fittings should be sized to minimise pressure losses by changing cross section of pipework in easy stages.
•
Connections for pressure testing or for pressure switches should
be located at points in the system where there is not excessive
turbulence i.e. where there is a straight run of pipework at both
sides of the switch (i.e. at least 10 diameters of straight pipe).
NOTE :If a gas booster is located in a meter/governor room then the
associated electrical equipment, i.e.:- control panel, motor,
pressure switches should be suitable for use in a Zone 2 area
with group II A gases (refer to BS4683, part 3)
All booster assemblies are tested for gas tightness
by means of air at a pressure of 0.69 bar during
manufacture.
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Commissioning
Commissioning
It is essential that the following points are completed by the Heating
Engineer before commissioning is requested through Hoval.
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System full of water and vented
Boiler flue box drain pipework is fitted
Spirals fitted where appropriate
Heating load available e.g. pumps working
Fuel purged to burner isolation valve
Oil bled to boiler isolation cock
Electrical connections made and correctly fused
Correct boilerhouse ventilation
Other manufacturer's equipment has been installed
& commissioned as necessary, e.g. pressurisation units.
If the above are not completed and commissioning is unable to commence, clients will be charged for the aborted visit.
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boilers and they will check the following:
• the boiler and system is filled with water and vented, including circulation pumps.
• the boiler flue box drain pipework is fitted.
• an independently pressurised system is operating correctly. Suppliers of the equipment
should adjust their equipment during commissioning.
• that dampers in the flue between the boiler and the chimney (if fitted) are in
the open position and locked open if manually operated and if electrically operated that the
burner is interlocked electrically to prevent operation until the damper is open.
• the electrical installation with the appropriate wiring diagram for the boiler and burner and for
correct fan rotation.
• correct direction of flow in the gas line.
• correct operation of the gas booster (if fitted).
• on oil burners that a filter and flexible oil supply pipe-line is fitted.
• the burner has not been damaged in transit or during installation and that it is a suitable type
for the fuel available on site. The nameplate on the burner indicates for which type of fuel it
is designed.
• excessive space in the refractory opening around the burner has been sealed with the supplied
ceramic material.
• all items, packed in transit, are removed from combustion chamber.
• boiler control thermostats are adjusted to suit system design flow temperature.
• the limit and high/low thermostat settings are set in accordance with control details. See page 15.
• the boiler relief valve setting is suitable for the system (The setting should be at least 0.5 bar
above the system pressure).
• oil supply pressure and temperature is suitable.
• for pressurised systems, an AAV is fitted on each boiler.
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Commissioning
• commissioning is in accordance with burner manufacturer's requirements.
• controls are proved and stats are adjusted in line with temperature indicated on the
boiler thermometer.
• that the boiler is fired up at a rate allowing the door refractory to reach a uniform
temperature through its thickness thereby preventing any damage.
• leakage of combustion gases around the boiler door seal (checked at full output after
completion of commissioning).
• correct/safe operation of burner interlocks with fuel isolated (via a dry run test). This is done
before the burner is first allowed to ignite.
• burner is adjusted to give optimum combustion, together with flame shape and
penetration.
• the Heating Engineer will have the opportunity to receive instruction on the correct
operation of the plant during commissioning and to aquaint him/her self with the fault finding
chart on pages 27-30 . He/she will also be advised on how much of the ‘action’ columns
can be dealt with by site staff.
Commissioning Report
All settings both on boiler and
burner will be recorded on a
commissioning report which
will be supplied to the
customers representative.
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Operating Instructions
Operating Instructions
PLEASE READ: Important Notes for the Starting up after cleaning the boiler or
Boiler Attendant
a Summer shut down.
These instructions are the minimum necessary to enable an
operator to start, run and stop the boiler.
They cover also the simple routine servicing procedures
necessary. Except where specifically noted, they are applicable
irrespective of the fuel used - gas or oil - BS class D (35 sec).
If the heating system designer or installer has prepared operating
and maintenance instructions specifically for the whole plant,
those instructions should be referred to in the first instance.
Instruments and Controls
Instruments are generally mounted on the right side casing of the
boiler.
An optional altitude gauge may also be provided.
The basic controls for any boiler will be:a)
A sequence-control box (mounted on the burner) which
automatically governs the firing sequence of pre-purge,
ignition, pilot or reduced start, and provides for safety
lock-out in the event of flame failure or other unsafe condition.
This control box will have advisible indication of lock out and a manual-reset button for use in the event of flame failure.
b)
Adjustment of the boiler operating flow temperature is made via the TopTronic® T controller. Please see Appendix One for further information. Changes to the boiler operating flow temperature should only be made by authorised personnel.
Ensure that fuel lines are fully purged and that fuel
is available at the burner at the correct pressure and
temperature.
That spirals/retarders if supplied are refitted.
On a gas-fired boiler, if the boiler has not been run for some time,
or if a fuel supply pipe has been disconnected, purge the piping
via the bleed nipple up stream of the burner to ensure that a
gas/air mixture is avoided.
NOTES:
• A gas/air mixture is dangerous as it will
explode if subjected to a spark.
•
Beware of hot surfaces when the boiler is or has been operating.
On an oil-fired boiler using class D oil in conjunction with a singlepipe supply system, ensure that air is bled from the system if the oil
pipe has been disconnected.
Ensure fuel supply valves are open. Where a pump is incorporated in
an oil fuel supply system, ensure the pump is switched ON. Check all
switches, e.g. time switch, and thermostats are in the ‘calling’ for heat
condition. Switch ON electrical supply to the burner at the main switch.
c) A safety-limit thermostat which comes into operation should Switch the control panel mounted switch to ON. The burner control
the control thermostat fail to shut the burner down. The limit
box should now monitor the burner through its prescribed sequence
thermostat is usually set at 10oC above the control thermostat’s to reach 'main flame on'.
maximum setting. No automatic control may be interfered with
by the boiler attendant but must be adjusted only by a qualified Normal Running
Service Engineer.
The boiler will switch on/off under the dictates of the control thermostat. The
There may be special burner controls equipment or
boiler temperature at any particular moment can be seen from the boiler
additional controls to be integrated with the standard
thermometer.
burner control equipment. The function and setting of
these will be covered by the suppliers e.g. BMS.
sequence controls, high and low pressure switches
and water level controls, associated with independendently pressurised systems.
Allow the boiler to reach its set temperature and then check the
burner flame through boiler door sight orifice; the flame should
extend well into the combustion chamber. Also check the flame
characteristics at the burner through the burner inspection
window. If any deterioration is noted, the heating engineer should
ensure the necessary action is taken.
Sequencing of boilers under BMS control.
When a bank of boilers are sequenced to operate under the dictates of a BMS control system, it is very
important that on-line boilers are correctly matched to the available heating load at any one time.
This will avoid too frequent cycling of the burners as they stop and start (introducing cold pre and post
purge air into the boiler each time this happens).
Over time this can result in the boilers suffering from thermal shock and premature failure of the pressure
parts.
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Maintenance - Inspection & Servicing
Inspection & Servicing
A qualified boiler/burner service engineer will be required to carry out work other than the following: boiler cleaning, inspection of components for damage,
starting up the boiler, and the specified testing and minor
fault rectification.
No special equipment is required for normal boiler servicing.
Tools for cleaning the boiler heating surfaces are provided with
the boiler. If a hard scale forms from oil fired corrosive elements,
a proprietary cleaning medium (e.g. Carbonex by Arrow Chemicals
Ltd) is advantageous for softening and easier removal of such
deposits.
The service engineers' equipment will include any necessary
special tools and also a combustion efficiency test kit.
Periodic Inspection
The following periodic inspections should be made
between main servicing periods.
•
Examine boiler casing panels for obvious signs of
damage, corrosion or other deterioration, and for
security. (Badly fitted casings and damaged
insulation materials leads to wasted heat and an
increase in the boilerhouse ambient temperature).
•
Examine the flue pipe and gasket for obvious
signs of damage, corrosion, flue-gas leakage,
and for security. Similarly inspect the cleaning
explosion door at rear of boiler.
• Examine the flue and chimney, as far as possible,
for partial blockage, debris, etc.
•
Ensure that condensation drains at the chimney
base are clear and that the boiler flue box
drain socket is connected to a drain pipe with a
water trap.
• Keep the boilerhouse floor clear of dust and
debris which may be drawn into the burner and
cause damage.
• Examine all fuel and water valves, connection
and burner etc, for obvious signs of damage or
leakage, and for security.
In an open-vented heating system, check:
-
Level of water in the feed and expansion tank.
-
That the ball valve is free to operate correctly.
-
All air vents are operating correctly.
•
On the boiler door, examine the ceramic-strip
seal, and check that there are no flue gas leaks.
Leaks can be detected by heat marks or deterioration of the metal ring holding the joint. In the
event of such signs, replace the joint immediately. Check the filler material around the
burner tube and the door lining for deterioration.
Replace when required.
•
Initially examine boiler interior after one month
when using class D oil to determine necessity for
boiler cleaning. When heavy oil is being used,
examine after two weeks. The amount of use, the
number of cold starts involved, and the mean
operating temperatures all affect the rate of soot
and scale formation.
A consistent pattern will then be established to
determine the frequency of cleaning required.
With gas much longer periods between cleaning
are usually possible. If condensation occurs due
to low return water temperatures then a build up
can occur more quickly. Establish a pattern to
see if cleaning can coincide with service visits.
After a boiler is first commissioned, examinations
should initially be more frequent until a reason able, consistent pattern can be established.
• On oil/gas burners periodically remove photo
electric ultraviolet cell and clean the window of
the cell.
• Check that the flame shape and penetration
remain as at the initial commissioning. Report
any unusual alterations in this respect.
NOTE:
No continuous make-up of water
should be taking place. (In this
event check where a leak may be occurring or if pumping over is taking place).
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Report any occurrences which indicate that the
boiler, the firing equipment or the system controls
are not operating correctly.
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Maintenance - Boiler & Burner Servicing
Boiler & Burner Servicing
In addition to the periodic inspections given on page 20 it is recommended that a complete check is carried
out on all components at appropriate intervals.
These checks must be made by a qualified boiler/burner service engineer, ideally under an annual sevice and
maintenance contract.
Hoval Service Department normally provides this service and will be pleased to provide a written quotation
on request. This would typically cover the operation, cleanliness, combustion efficiency etc., of the fuel burner
and associated controls. In the case of gas burners it would include a check on the gas tightness of the gas
control valves at the burner if a gas leak detection unit is not fitted. In addition if a gas booster is fitted it
could also be covered in this service.
Please note: No adjustment of internal components is permissible on either gas
or oil burners except by a qualified service/burner engineer.
Boiler Cleaning for Heating Surface
Frequency of cleaning will be dependent on usage in conjunction with the condition of the boiler at the periodic
inspections, but the minimum requirements when using the various fuels are:Gas (natural or LPG) - once per heating seaon
Oil BS Class D (35 sec) - twice per heating season
Oil heavy grades - 3 to 4 times per heating season
1) Run the boiler until the burner automatically switches
off under action of the control thermostat. (It is
easier to clean a warm boiler).
2) Switch OFF electrical supply to the burner. Where
a plug connection is fitted in the cable from the boiler
to the burner, disconnect at this point. Switch OFF
electrical supply to the booster.
NOTE:
Where heavy oil is being used on a circulatory fuel system, ensure that fuel pump(s) heaters and tracers are left in operation at
all times.
3) Turn OFF all fuel shut-off valves at the burner.
4) Where rigid fuel pipes to burner are employed,
e.g. gas burners, disconnect pipe(s) to allow the
boiler door to open.
5) Fully open the boiler door complete with burner.
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NOTE: Lengthy periods between cleaning
should only be resorted to when the
periodic inspections prove this is possible.
6) Clean the tubes using the supplied brush. Similarly
clean the combustion chamber when required. Avoid
damage to the ceramic sealing strip against which
the door closes.
NB remove spirals if fitted.
NOTE: Where any hard scaling is present, use a proprietary cleaning medium to soften and assist removal.
7) Remove rear cleaning/explosion door. Clear loose
soot from the smoke outlet box and thoroughly clean
the box. Clean and examine the boiler backplate;
no hard deposit should be present. Remove any
build up occuring between the projecting tube ends.
8) Refit spirals if originally fitted.
(9)Check conditions of cleaning/explosion door gasket.
Refit door, ensuring it seats correctly on the gasket
tighten the wing nuts only two full turns against
spring compression.
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9)
Maintenance - Summer shut down
Check condition of boiler door ceramic seal.
Inspect the lining material on the door and fill
material around burner tube. Minor damage to
insulating material can be carefully rectified using
a mouldable refractory (e.g. Pyruma) on
refractory lined doors. Where a door is lined
with ceramic fibre is unlikely to suffer damage
in normal use but in the unlikely event please
consult Hoval. Any serious damage must be
reported to the Service Engineer for repair. Filler
material can be repaired similarly. The door
sealing strip must be in good condition and must
be replaced when an effective seal cannot be
obtained under normal pressure. Replace
s e a l i n g s t r i p a n n u a l l y. R e f e r t o B u r n e r
Maintenance Instructions page 23 whilst the door
is open.
11)If disconnected, plug in the boiler/burner electrical
connection.
12)Check boiler door is effectively closed (ineffective
closure will be detectable by sight or smell).
13)It is recommended that, when the boiler has
become thoroughly hot, a combustion efficiency
check is made by the Service Engineer.
14)If the boiler is not immediately to be used, switch
OFF electrical supply to burner and turn OFF fuel
supply. Where using heavy oil do not switch off
fuel heaters and tracers. Switch off electrical supply
to gas booster.
10)Close the boiler door and evenly tighten the
nuts using a tommy bar/spanner.
Summer Shut Down
If the boiler is to be out of operation for a long period, e.g. during the Summer, the boiler
interior should be thoroughly cleaned.
Atmospheric condensation, activating acidic deposits in the boiler, is responsible for
considerable corrosion and metal wastage. Every effort should be made to reduce this by
the most thorough cleaning and by keeping the boiler dry.
A tray of absorbing material placed in the combustion chamber is helpful in this respect.
Close the boiler door.
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Maintenance - Burners
Burner Maintenance
Before carrying out any work on the burner ensure that the main electrical isolating switch is
Imporin the OFF position and the fuel isolating valve closed.
These instructions are provided for the benefit of
the operator and are intended to be of assistance in
making minor adjustments and providing the burner
with proper maintenance, cleaning and lubrication.
Additional information can be obtained through your
installer or from the manufacturer.
•
Fuel
The unit is designed to burn the fuel stated on
the burner nameplate. Under no circumstances
must any other type of oil or gas be used.
In the case of burner fuel conversion, check to see
that the fuel used corresponds with that marked on
the new burner nameplate.
• Starting and Stopping
•
Emergency Stop
The burner can be stopped in an emergency by
switching off the mains isolating switch provided on
the line between the burner and the electric supply.
The installer must identify the switch. Check position
of this switch or any "panic button" available.
•
Check the Burner Operation
Inspect burner flame periodically. If there is any noticeable change in flame colour and/or pattern or signs of sooting, contact Hoval Service.
When cleaning the room housing the heater unit,
always switch off the burner to reduce the amount
of dust and lint drawn in through the air inlet.
• Preventative Maintenance
Consult your heating engineer for advice on regular
preventative maintenance intervals.
•
Gas Supply
Should the gas supply be interrupted, the system
may require venting of air that may have
accumulated, before the burner is restarted. This
is achieved by unscrewing the pressure test point
situated down-stream of the main govenor or
combination valve and venting the air to atmosphere
until gas has reached the test point.
WARNING: No smoking or naked lights to be
allowed as a gas/air mixture is
dangerous.
Periodical examination of all pipework should
be carried out. The recommended method is
to brush a soap solution around all the jointed
areas. A leak in the system would have the
effect of forming bubbles.
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CAUTION: Do not place any items in the boiler
combustion chamber as it is not
suitable for burning waste.
• Oil Pump
See burner manufacturer's manual.
It is strongly recommended to operate an oil
burner or a dual fuel burner on oil for short
periods at least every two months.
• Gas train items and gas leak detectors
For maintenance of these units refer to the
manufacturers manual.
•
Motor
Keep the burner motor clean and dry. Any deposits
of dust or lint should be blown out occasionally. On
motors provided with oiling holes, a few drops of
high quality SAE 20 oil should be injected every six
months. Surplus lubricant spreading from the
bearings should be wiped away. Some motors have
sealed-for-life bearings; these require no
maintenance.
•
Fan Runner
Keep the fan blades clean and free from oil and
build up of dust or deposits picked up from a dusty
boilerhouse.
• Oil Strainer/Filter
Replace filter element anually.
•
Nozzles, Flame Plate and Electrodes
Maintenance by the boiler operator is usually limited
to checking the condition of these items only whilst
the boiler door is open. Servicing the oil or gas
nozzle, which may require dismantling, and
replacement of parts should be left to the service
engineer.
The boiler operator may wipe off deposits of soot
and oil from the flame plate and nozzle taking care
not to disturb the parts. Check the electrodes are
set correctly after referring to the burner
manufacturers manual.
•
Flame Sensor
Remove and clean the flame sensor which is an
ultraviolet cell for gas or photo-electric cell for oil
with methylated spirit on a lint free cloth. Do not
handle window of the flame sensor after cleaning.
NOTE:
Remove the flame sensor before
attempting to remove the burner inner
assembly.
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Maintenance - Gas Boosters
Gas Booster Maintenance
It is a requirement of British Standard BS8487 that:
•
•
•
i
Drive belts must be replaced annually
Flexible connectors must be replaced every 5 years
Bearing assemblies must be replaced every 5 years
irrespective of preceived bearing condition.
Belts and pulleys should be kept free from
grease and dirt. Do not apply belt dressing.
Replacement belts may be obtained by quoting
t h e r e f e r e n c e n u m b e r o f t h e g a s b o o s t e r.
The motor mounting arrangement incorporated
in all models ensures correct belt tension
at all times and requires no maintenance.
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Oil Burner Fault Finding Chart
Oil Burner Fault Finding Chart
NOTE: Rectification of any internal burner component must be done by a qualified burner engineer.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
A.
1. Electrical supply failure.
1. Check the following:
a) Main isolating switch of the
burner is on.
b) Overload protective
device of the burner motor.
2. Control thermostat time or
water pressure switches or
other boiler systems controls
at fault.
2. Check that power is available
at the control panel and all
switches are closed.
3. Manual reset on limit thermostat
tripped (when fitted).
3. Reset and check also control
thermostat setting and operation.
4. When using heavy oil tempertures incorrect in oil piping or in burner preheater.
4. Check temperatures: ensure
preheating equipment is
operating.
1. No ignition spark.
1. Switch off burner. Check spark
plug gap. Check H.T. leads and
connections. Check and clean
ignition electrode(s) and insulator.
2. No oil spray into combustion
chamber but pressure indicated
on burner gauge (if fitted).
2.
3. No oil spray into combustion
chamber and no pressure
indicated on the oil gauge.
3. Check as above. If no spray,
check the following:
a) There is oil in the fuel tank.
b) All necessary valves are open.
c) The oil filter is clear.
d) There is no airlock in the fuel
pump (listen for any unusual
sound from pump).
e) For air leakage into the fuel
feed pump.
f) The fire valve or fire link has
not closed in oil line.
1. Dirty photocell (causing 'lockout'
action).
1. Remove cell, clean and refit.
2. Faulty photocell (causing 'lock out' action).
2. Replace cell with new.
Burner will not start.
B. Burner starts i.e. burner
motor runs but will not
light and burner goes to
'lockout'.
C. Burner lights but rapidly
extinguishes.
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Oil Burner Fault Finding Chart
Oil Burner Fault Finding Chart / 2
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
D. Smok y flame and/or
f u m e s f r o m b u r n e r.
Flame shape alters from
n o r m a l . B o i l e r d o o r
becomes hotter than
usual.
1. Air inlet damper accidently
masked or other obstruction to
airflow.
1. Clear obstruction.
2. Alteration to air inlet damper
position.
2. Reset damper and make a
combustion check (special
instruments required).
3. Burner nozzle(s) dirty or badly
fitted.
3. Replace nozzle(s).
4. Incorrect nozzle(s).
4. Replace with correct nozzle(s).
5. Excessive oil pressure.
5. Reset pump pressure regulator.
6. Boiler tubes, flue or chimney
blocked or restricted. Flue damper closed.
6. Clean tubes. Open flue damper
and check why it became closed.
Clear blockage or restriction.
7. Burner draught tube or flame
plate misplaced or faulty.
7. Call Service Engineer to correct
and replace if necessary.
8. Door refractory failure.
8. Check for damage, replace if
damage severe.
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Gas Burner Fault Finding Chart
Gas Burner Fault Finding Chart
NOTE: Rectification of any internal burner component must be done by a qualified burner engineer.
Symptom
Possible Cause
Action
A.
1. Electrical supply failure.
1.Check:
a) Main isolator switch is on and
power is available at the
control panel.
b)Overload protective devices
of burner motors (if fitted).
2. Air pressure switch on burner not
operating.
2. Switch contacts must be in the
burner start position. Check
switch is not stuck in the satisfied
position.
3. Control thermostat, time, water
pressure switches or other boiler
system controls at fault.
3.Check:
a) That all switches are closed
b) Booster is not locked out due
to low inlet gas pressure and
t h a t p r e s s u r e s w i t c h e s
function correctly.
Burner will not start.
4. Reset and check. Also check
control thermostat setting and
operation.
B.
C.
Burner starts i.e. burner
motor runs but will not
light and burner control
box goes to 'lockout'.
Burner motor starts but
stops and re-cycles.
1. No ignition spark.
1. See action B1. (Page 24)
2. Gas starvation.
2. Purge gas pipe, check pilot valve
operation.
3. Ultra-violet cell fault.
3.R e m o v e , c l e a n a n d c h e c k
connections and replace if
necessary.
1. Air pressure switch on the
burner.
1.Check:
a)burner damper is open to
usual extent.
b)air inlet to switch is not
blocked.
c) switch is not stuck.
d) electrical connection.
D. B u r n e r s h u t s d ow n
during operation and
re-cycles.
As C1 above.
E. B u r n e r s h u t s d ow n
during operation and
goes to 'lockout'.
1. Flame failure
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2. Ultra-violet cell fault.
As C1 above.
1. Check gas supply and pressure.
2. As B3 above.
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Gas Burner Fault Finding Chart
Gas Burner Fault Finding Chart / 2
Symptoms
Possible Cause
Action
F.
1. Ultra-violet cell faulty.
1. As B3.
2. Ultra-violet cell is not receiving a
sufficient signal from the flame.
2. Clean cell and check correctly
inserted facing the flame.
1. Leakage from pipe line joints or
pilot or that the main gas valves
are not gas tight.
1. Switch OFF burner and check
pipe line joints with soap solution.
Burner lights on pilot but
burner locks out after 3 4 seconds.
G. Smell of gas local to the
appliance.
2.
H.
Combustion noise
becomes louder, flame
becomes yellow. Boiler
door becomes hotter
than usual.
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Close pilot manual valve and then
main manual valve at the burner
to see if this isolates the problem.
Call gas engineer to check the
automatic valves. Do not operate
until this has been done.
1. Air inlet accidentally masked.
1. Clear obstruction.
2. Air inlet damper position moved.
2. Call Service Engineer to reset
and make a combustion check.
3. Burner head parts have moved,
become worn or overheated.
3. Call Service Engineer to adjust or
replace and make combustion
check.
4. Gas pressure alteration.
4. Check and find cause.
5. Boiler tubes, flue or chimney
blocked or restricted.
5. Check and clear restriction.
6. Door refractory failed.
6. Replace if damage is severe.
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Appendix One - Brief operating instructions for the
TopTronic® E Controller
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- Selection heat generator
- Remaining run time
- Output limitation
- Information area
- Selection heat generator, heating circuit, hot water
- Selection duration
- Diagram display
- For solar collector systems
- Room temperature
- Program selection
- Desired DHW temperature
- Basic program selection
- Day program selection
- Switching cycles hot water
- Selection heating circuit/hot water
- Detailed selection heating circuit/
hot water
- Adapting week programs
- Display of the next due
maintenance/cleaning/service
- Information area selection
- Detailed selection heat generator,
heating circuit, hot water, solar, etc.
- Information area
- User level PIN entry
- Menu item for heating technician only
- Selection heat generator/ heating circuit
- Detailed selection
- Cooling operation/OFF/heating operation
- Information
- Language, colour scheme, start screen,
- Backlighting, duration until standby
- For the heating technician only
- For the heating technician only
- Influence of weather forecast on heating. The function is only active with remote connection.
NOTE: Access to the limit thermostat adjustment is gained from
inside the control panel (isolate electrical supply to
before
the boiler
removing
control removing
before
panel cover).
control
Danger
panelofcover).
electricDanger
shock! of electric shock!
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BURNER SUPPLY
MAINS SUPPLY
WIRE DIRECT TO
BURNER WITH
FLEXIBLE CABLE TO
ALLOW BOILER DOOR
TO OPEN
3 - 50Hz 400V
3N - 50Hz 400/230V
ISOLATOR
WIRE TO BOILER
CONTROL PANEL
-50Hz 230V
BOILER CONTROL PANEL SUPPLY
ISOLATOR, FUSES & WIRING NOT BY HOVAL
3N - 50Hz 400/230V
50Hz 230V
ADDITIONAL SUPPLIES FOR DEDICATED GAS
BOOSTERS, CALORIFIER PRIMARY PUMPS ETC.
SINGLE OR THREE PHASE AS REQUIRED
3 - 50Hz 400/230V
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Appendix Two - Required incoming mains supply for
three phase burner installation
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Hoval SR-plus
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415
415
260
415
415
1315
1520
1520
1510
SRplus 600
SRplus 700
SRplus 900
SRplus 1200
C
SRplus 500
2030
2635
2660
SRplus 3000
SRplus 3500
SRplus 4000
473
523
523
1925
SRplus 2500
473
523
523
1875
SRplus 2000
SRplus 2250
473
465
523
465
523
1875
SRplus 1750
473
373
523
373
523
1605
1770
SRplus 1500
373
473
310
310
B
260
A
1315
Size and type
D
30°
30°
30°
30°
4
4
4
4
4
4
30°
30°
11067
7177
9128
6634
6213
5410
4521
3723
4
4
40°
40°
2668
3417
2
4
40°
2530
1789
1734
Dry Weight kg
40°
2
2
2
No Off
40°
40°
40°
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Appendix Three - SR-plus and SRH-plus lifting lug
information
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B
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4
PLAN VIEW
ELEVATION
A
3
2
C
D
2129
3050
2
40°
3400
3809
2
2
40°
40°
390
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172
9310
12145
4
30°
2906
SRHplus 4000
8134
4
4
30°
30°
145
2475
SRHplus 2500
SRHplus 3000
182
170
2654
SRHplus 2000
340
4795
6075
4
4
40°
40°
586
203
184
161
1885
2398
SRHplus 1500
353
212
125
1677
393
2
40°
285
1823
SRHplus 800
1924
2
SRHplus 1000
125
1677
SRHplus 600
Dry Weight kg
No Off
D
40°
C
304
SRHplus 1200
130
1510
SRHplus 500
B
130
A
1190
Size and type
VIEW ON SMOKEBOX END
D
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Notes
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Conservation of Energy
Protection of the Environment
Hoval Limited, Northgate, Newark, Notts NG24 1JN
Telephone: Service Desk - 01636 593413
Spares Desk - 01636 593412
Fax - 01636 673532
e-mail: service@hoval.co.uk and spares@hoval.co.uk
Web Site: www.hoval.co.uk
Hoval follows a policy of continued improvement and reserves the right to change specifications without notice.
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November 2017