ID180 & ID290
Indirect-Fired Diesel/Oil
Construction Heaters
July 12, 2006
Service and Maintenance Manual
Please Retain for Future Reference
Sure Flame Products
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
Telephone: (403)328-5353
Fax: (403)328-9956
www.sureflame.ca
Products
A Division of Haul-All Equipment Ltd.
Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada
www.sureflame.ca
1. GENERAL SAFETY RULES
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READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. READ AND FOLLOW
ALL INSTRUCTIONS. PLACE INSTRUCTIONS IN A SAFE
PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. DO NOT ALLOW
ANYONE WHO HAS NOT READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
TO ASSEMBLE, LIGHT, ADJUST OR OPERATE THE
HEATER.
IF THE INFORMATION IN THIS MANUAL IS NOT
FOLLOWED EXACTLY, A FIRE OR EXPLOSION MAY
RESULT CAUSING PROPERTY DAMAGE, PERSONAL
INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
SERVICE MUST BE PERFORMED BY A QUALIFIED
SERVICE AGENCY.
UNVENTED PORTABLE HEATERS USE AIR (OXYGEN)
FROM THE AREA IN WHICH IT IS USED. ADEQUATE
COMBUSTION AND VENTILATION AIR MUST BE
PROVIDED. REFER TO INSTRUCTIONS.
A CHEMICAL KNOWN TO THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA
TO CAUSE CANCER AND BIRTH DEFECTS (OR OTHER
REPRODUCTIVE HARM).
GENERAL HAZARD WARNING
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE PRECAUTIONS AND
INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED WITH THIS HEATER, CAN
RESULT IN DEATH, SERIOUS BODILY INJURY AND
PROPERTY LOSS OR DAMAGE FROM HAZARDS OF FIRE,
EXPLOSION, BURN, ASPHYXIATION, CARBON MONOXIDE
POISONING, AND/OR ELECTRICAL SHOCK.
ONLY PERSONS WHO CAN UNDERSTAND AND FOLLOW
THE INSTRUCTIONS SHOULD USE OR SERVICE THIS
HEATER.
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE OR HEATER INFORMATION
SUCH AS AN INSTRUCTIONS MANUAL, LABELS, ETC.
CONTACT THE MANUFACTURER.
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WARNING
WARNING
DO NOT STORE OR USE GASOLINE OR OTHER
FLAMMABLE VAPORS AND LIQUIDS IN THE VICINITY OF
THIS OR ANY OTHER APPLIANCE.
WARNING
FIRE, BURN, INHALATION, AND EXPLOSION HAZARD.
KEEP SOLID COMBUSTIBLES, SUCH AS BUILDING
MATERIALS, PAPER OR CARDBOARD, A SAFE DISTANCE
AWAY FROM THE HEATER AS RECOMMENDED BY THE
INSTRUCTIONS. NEVER USE THE HEATER IN SPACES
WHICH DO OR MAY CONTAIN VOLATILE OR AIRBORNE
COMBUSTIBLES, OR PRODUCTS SUCH AS GASOLINE,
SOLVENTS, PAINT THINNER, DUST PARTICLES OR
UNKNOWN CHEMICALS.
NOT FOR HOME OR RECREATIONAL VEHICLE USE
WARNING
YOUR SAFETY IS IMPORTANT TO YOU AND TO OTHERS,
SO PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE YOU
OPERATE THIS HEATER
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WARNING
COMBUSTION BY-PRODUCTS PRODUCED WHEN
USING THIS PRODUCT CONTAIN CARBON MONOXIDE,
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THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM TO WHICH THE APPLIANCE IS CONNECTED
MUST COMPLY WITH ALL SAFETY REGULATIONS IN FORCE. A RESIDUAL
CURRENT CIRCUIT BREAKER MUST BE PROVIDED ON THE MAIN
DISTRIBUTION BOARD.
UNPLUG THE HEATER BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY SERVICE OR
MAINTENANCE.
ALWAYS CHECK THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE BEFORE USE. IT MUST NOT
BE BENT, CRUSHED, OR ANYWAY DAMAGED.
THE POWER SUPPLY CABLE MUST BE REPLACED ONLY BY QUALIFIED
PERSONNEL.
ONLY USE AN ORIGINAL POWER CABLE WITH A 3-PIN GROUNDED PLUG.
DO NOT TOUCH THE EXHAUST GAS OUTLET. DANGER OF BURNS!
2. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
3. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
3.1. General instructions
Model ID180
Capacity
Range of fuel oils
Fuel Consumption
Fuel Nozzle
Air Flow Rate
Efficiency
Noise Level at 2m
Voltage
Electrical Power
Current Rating
Weight
Length
Width
Height
Flue Diameter
Tank Capacity
Fuel Pressure
Air Lock Setting
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180,000 BTU/hr (52.8 kW)
Diesel / Kerosene / #1-2 Fuel Oil
1.29 gal/hr (4.8 l/hr)
1.00 60° H
1594 cfm (752 l/s)
87.1%
73 dB(A)
115V 60Hz 1ph
460 W
7.0 A
167 lb (76 kg)
55” (140 cm)
24” (62 cm)
31” (79 cm)
6” (15.25 cm)
14 gal (51 l)
175 psi
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Sides
Top
Flue pipe
Air inlet
Air outlet
Model ID290
Capacity
Range of fuel oils
Fuel Consumption
Fuel Nozzle
Air Flow Rate
Efficiency
Noise Level at 2m
Voltage
Electrical Power
Current Rating
Weight
Length
Width
Height
Flue Diameter
Tank Capacity
Fuel Pressure
Air Lock Setting
287,350 BTU/hr (84.2 kW)
Diesel / Kerosene / #1-2 Fuel Oil
2.06 gal/hr (7.7 l/hr)
1.50 80° W
2650 cfm (1250 l/s)
88.5%
73 dB(A)
115V 60Hz 1ph
800 W
12.5 A
267 lb (121 kg)
66” (168 cm)
27” (69 cm)
37” (94 cm)
6” (15.25 cm)
26 gal (100 l)
175 psi
5.5
THE INSTALLATION OF THE EQUIPMENT SHALL BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE REGULATION OF AUTHORITIES HAVING JURISDICTION AND CSA
B139.1.
The heater must be operated only by properly trained personnel. The
manufacturer’s instructions must be followed.
The heater must be installed and operated so that people are not exposed to
dangers deriving from exhaust gases, from the hot air flow and in such a way that
no fire risks exist.
It is forbidden to install the heater in the surroundings of flammable materials,
combustible products, or in places where explosion risk exist.
When an indirect-fired heater connected to a flue pipe is used in a closed room,
provide a minimum opening area of 1 ft³ per US gallon capacity at the unit level.
When an indirect-fired heater not connected to a flue pipe is used in a closed
room, provide a minimum opening area of 3 ft³ per US gallon capacity at the unit
level and a continuous, natural air circulation through windows and doors.
For the use of the heater the general and special fire safety regulations in force in
all fields of applications must be followed. In any case the following minimum
safety clearances from materials or objects in the surroundings of the heater must
be ensured:
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2 ft (61 cm)
5 ft (152 cm)
3 ft (92 cm)
2 ft (61 cm)
10 ft (305 cm)
Floors and ceilings must be made of fireproof materials in the place where the
heater is operated.
The air inlet and outlet must never be blocked for any reason.
Install the heater on a flat, level floor in a steady position.
3.2 Assembling the heater
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Before operationg the heater, assemble axle, wheels and lower support following
the diagram below:
4. INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
4.1 Start-up
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The heater is factory set for
operation
without
room
thermostat.
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If operation with room (remote)
thermostat is desired, remove
the socket cover (Fig. 1 nr. 1)
and insert the thermostat plug
into the socket.
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Fill the tank with proper fuel.
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Connect the supply plug to a 115V ~ 60 Hz single phase grounded socket. The
green lamp indicates that the heater is powered.
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WARNING: THE APPLIANCE MUST BE GROUNDED
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Maintenance and checks
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Depending on the operational conditions, usually every year, the heater should be
checked by qualified personnel.
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Prior to start-up, the user must check for any evident non-compliance with rules of
use, safety and protection.
Indirect fired heaters:
connect the heater to
a chimney or to a
exhaust duct. To get
a proper draught (at
least 0.1 mbar) in the
chimney the exhaust
gas path must rise.
Avoid any elbows and
bends in the first part
of the exhaust ducts
for at least 3 m. For
operation of heater in
closed rooms without
flue refer to the
installation
instructions (par. 3)
If a room (remote)
thermostat is used,
set
maximum
temperature on it.
Turn
switch
to
position “ON”
Set the desired
temperature on room
thermostat.
4.2. Reset after lockout – Safety air pressure switch
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The heater is equipped with a Reset pushbutton. When the heater locks out, the
red lamp on the pushbutton (fig. 1 n°2) lights up. In this case push the Reset
button (see also the par. “Troubleshooting”) to restart the heater.
The heater is also equipped with an air pressure switch that controls the airflow
pressure and locks the heater out in the event of an overheating. If this occurs,
detect and eliminate the cause of overheating before using the heater again. Have
the heater inspected by a qualified technician if required. See point above for
resetting.
The heater is also equipped with a temperature limit control fixed to the
combustion chamber, that can be reached through the upper inspection cover. In
the event of overheating the limit control causes the heater to shut down. To reset
the limit control:
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unplug the heater
let the heater cool
check and remove possible causes of overheating
open the inspection cover on upper shell
push the reset button on the limit control
WARNING
DO NOT OPEN INSPECTION COVER OR REMOVE CASING PANELS
UNTIL THE HEATER IS UNPLUGGED AND HAS COOLED. DANGER OF
BURNS, ELECTRIC SHOCKS AND INJURY FROM MOVING PARTS.
4.3. Shut down.
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Set switch to “OFF” to shut the flame off. The fan will go on rotating for about 1
min 45 sec to cool the heater down. The fan motor will automatically stop at the
end of the aftercooling time, then the unit can be disconnected from mains.
Never disconnect the supply plug to stop the heater while in
operation
The big amount of heat produced could damage the components: allow cooling
sequence to take place
5. MAINTENANCE
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Before carrying out any maintenance operation, disconnect the power plug.
Maintenance must be carried out by qualified personnel (see also par. 7)
The appliance must be thoroughly cleaned once a year to ensure good
combustion and long life.
Clean periodically
¾ the oil spraying nozzle and its filter;
¾ the oil pump filter
¾ the main fuel filter cartridge
¾ the ignition electrodes
¾ the fan blades
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¾ the inside of the appliance, using compressed air
¾ the flame sensor with a mild detergent
¾ the combustion chamber, to keep it free of soot
Periodically check cables and electrical connections
Check the oil filter and replace if necessary.
6. TROUBLESHOOTING
TROUBLE
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Heater does not
start
No power
Check main distribution board
and power supply line
Faulty cable/connections
Check/have cable replaced by
a qualified electrician
Check and replace if required
Burnt fuse
Room thermostat set too low
Set room thermostat on a
higher temperature
Room thermostat socket cap not Insert cap into the thermostat
inserted
socket
Heater in lock-out state
Reset
Heater
starts, Dirty or faulty flame sensor
Clean or replace
flame ignites but
then
heater
Faulty burner control unit
Contact service personnel
locks out
Heater
starts, Clogged nozzle
Clean or replace
flame does not Flame sensor receives an external Check for external lights (sun,
ignite and then light
signal
during
ignition lamps, etc.)
heater locks out sequence
Faulty burner control unit
Contact service personnel
No fuel
Fill tank
Ignition fault, dirty or incorrectly Clean
electrodes,
contact
spaced electrodes
service personnel if required
Heater
starts, Dirty or blocked nozzle
Clean or replace
but combustion Clogged filters
Clean or replace
is not good
Leakes in fuel circuit
Check and eventually replace
Oil pump provides low pressure
Contact service personnel
Insufficient combustion air
Wrong air lock setting
Insufficient ventilation air
Contact service personnel
Heater stops as The appliance has overheated
See par. 5.2.
the air pressure Faulty pressure switch
Contact service personnel
switch functions
WIRING DIAGRAM
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SL
PA
FS
FC
PL
IN
TH
FR
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Fuel Solenoid Valve
Ignition Transformer
Motor
Warning Lamp
Air Pressure Switch
Fuse
Flame Sensor
Reset Button
Switch
Room Thermostat (Optional)
Heated Filter (Optional)
Remote Thermostat