Fireball 72XRDT - SIP Industrial Products

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Fireball 72XRDT
Infra-Red Diesel Heater
09294
Please read and fully understand the instructions in this manual
before operation. Keep this manual safe for future reference.
Ref: 210716
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Declaration of Conformity
We
SIP (Industrial Products) Ltd
Gelders Hall Road
Shepshed
Loughborough
Leicestershire
LE12 9NH
England
As the manufacturer's authorised representative within the EC
declare that the
Fireball 72 XRDT Diesel Heater - SIP Part No. 09294
Conforms to the requirements of the following directive(s), as indicated.
2014/35/EU
2014/30/EU
2011/65/EU
Low Voltage Directive
EMC Directive
RoHS Directive
And the relevant harmonised standard(s), including:
EN 55014-1:2006+A1+A2
EN 55014-2:2015
EN 61000-3-2:2014
EN 61000-3-3:2013
EN 60335-2-102:2004+A1
EN 60335-1:2010
Signed: …………………………………...
Mr P. Ippaso - Managing Director - SIP (Industrial Products) Ltd
Date: 23/06/2016.
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CONTENTS
NOTES
Page No.
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Description
4.
Safety Symbols Used Throughout This Manual
4.
Safety Instructions
7.
Electrical Connection
8.
Guarantee
9.
Technical Specifications
9.
Getting to Know Your Heater
10.
Assembly Instructions
11.
Operating Principle
12.
Operating Conditions
12.
Operating Instructions
15.
Error Codes
15.
Maintenance
16.
Circuit Diagram
17.
Troubleshooting
18.
Exploded Drawing
19.
Parts List
23.
Declaration of Conformity
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SAFETY SYMBOLS USED THROUGHOUT THIS MANUAL
NOTES
Danger / Caution: Indicates risk of personal injury and/or the possibility of
damage.
Warning: Risk of electrical injury or damage!
Note: Supplementary information.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT: Please read the following instructions carefully, failure to do
so could lead to serious personal injury and / or damage to the heater.
When using your heater, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock, personal injury and / or damage to the heater.
Read all these instructions before operating the heater and save this user manual for
future reference.
SIP recommends that this heater should not be modified or used for any application
other than that for which it was designed. If you are unsure of its relative applications
do not hesitate to contact us and we will be more than happy to advise you.
KNOW YOUR HEATER: Read and understand the owner's manual and labels affixed to
the heater. Learn its applications and limitations, as well as the potential hazards specific to it.
DO NOT USE THE HEATER IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS: Do not use your heater in
damp or wet locations, including bathrooms or similar or expose it to rain. Always provide adequate space around the heater.
DO NOT OPERATE THE HEATER IN EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES: Do not use the heater in
the presence of flammable liquids, gases, dust or other combustible sources.
KEEP CHILDREN AND UNTRAINED PERSONNEL AWAY FROM THE WORK AREA: All visitors
should be kept at a safe distance from the work area.
STORE THE HEATER SAFELY WHEN IT IS NOT IN USE: The heater should be stored in a dry,
locked cupboard, or similar when not in use wherever possible and out of the reach of
children.
STAY ALERT: Always watch what you are doing and use common sense.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS….cont
DISCONNECT THE HEATER FROM THE MAINS SUPPLY: When not in use.
AVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING: Make sure the switch is in the OFF position before
connecting the heater to the mains supply.
DO NOT ABUSE THE MAINS LEAD: Never carry the heater by the mains lead or pull it to
remove the plug from the mains socket. Keep the mains lead away from heat, oil and
sharp edges. If the mains lead is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer
or its service agent or a similarly qualified person in order to avoid unwanted hazards.
HAVE YOUR HEATER REPAIRED BY A QUALIFIED PERSON: The heater is in accordance
with the relevant safety requirements. Repairs should only be carried out by qualified
persons using original spare parts, otherwise this may result in considerable danger to
the user.
DANGER! Check that the heater is in sound condition and good working order. Take
immediate action to repair or replace damaged parts.
Use recommended parts only - Unapproved parts may be dangerous and will invalidate the warranty.
WARNING! Do not direct the front of the heater towards any combustible materials
(e.g. wooden items, cloth, plastics, paper, etc).
Only operate on a level and stable surface.
WARNING! Do not use the heater near flammable material, liquids, solids, gases or
compressed gas cylinders.
Do not allow untrained persons to operate the heater and do not operate the heater
without all covers etc. correctly fitted.
Do not move or handle the heater when it is running or still hot - always turn it off and
allow it to cool.
Do not leave the heater unattended when in use. Switch the heater off and unplug
from the mains supply before leaving the work area.
Do not obstruct the air inlet (rear) and air outlet (front) of the heater.
Do not use any form of ducting in front or at the rear of the heater.
Do not allow children or animals near the heater, particularly when in use, or while still
hot.
WARNING! RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK. Do not expose the heater to water spray, rain,
dripping water or moisture of any kind.
Do not touch the heater outlet or any internal parts when first switched off as these
can be hot and will take time to cool.
Ensure that the heater is correctly turned off when not in use and store in a safe, dry
area, out of reach of children.
Do not unplug the heater to switch it off - always use the on/off switch.
NEVER use this heater where flammable vapours may be present.
Keep all combustible materials away from this heater.
When using the heater for the first time, you may notice a slight emission of smoke, or
a slight burning smell. This is normal and will stop after a short time. The heating ele20
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS….cont
ment is made of stainless steel and was coated with protection oil during production. The smoke / smell is caused by any small residue of this oil which was left on
the element.
NEVER cover the heater.
NEVER move or handle heater while still hot.
ALWAYS locate heater on a stable and level surface.
ALWAYS keep children and animals away from heater.
Only use the heater in an upright position.
Never stand on the heater.
Never connect any other electrical appliances to the same socket as the heater.
DO NOT dismantle or tamper with the heater, as this may be dangerous and will invalidate the warranty.
Understand the operating environment; Before each use the operator should assess,
understand and where possible reduce the specific risks and dangers associated
with the operating environment. Bystanders should also be made aware of any risks
associated with the operating environment.
If a problem with the heater is experienced, or if the mains lead or plug become
damaged, stop operation and contact your distributor for repair.
If the heater is used in a place of work all rules and laws etc. relating to the use of
portable electrical appliances should be followed.
WARNING: Risk of Electric Shock!
Use only the electrical power (voltage and frequency) specified on the specification
label of the heater.
Use only a three-prong, grounded outlet.
ALWAYS unplug the heater when not in use.
Caution: The warnings and cautions mentioned in this user manual can not
cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur. It must be understood by the operator that common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this product, but must be applied.
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PARTS LIST
No.
Description
SIP Part No.
No.
Description
SIP Part No.
1.
Oil drain screw
PW09-00050
27.
Pump connector
PW09-00085
2.
Seal ring
PW09-00051
28.
Copper pipe
PW09-00086
3.
Tank support
PW09-00052
29.
Main PCB
PW09-00087
4.
Fuel tank
PW09-00053
30.
PCB bracket
PW09-00088
5-1.
Fuel inlet filter bracket
PW09-00054
31.
Rear ring
PW09-00089
5-2.
Fuel tank inlet filter
PW09-00055
32.
Pump
PW09-00090
5-3.
Tank shaft
PW09-00056
33.
Motor
PW09-00091
5-4.
Fuel tank cap gasket
PW09-00057
34.
Photocell
PW09-00092
5-5.
Fuel tank cap
PW09-00058
35.
Photocell bracket
PW09-00093
5-6.
Fuel tank cap cover
PW09-00059
36.
Safety thermostat
PW09-00094
6.
Lock
PW09-00060
37.
Ignition transformer bracket
PW09-00095
7-1.
Fuel tube
PW09-00061
38.
Ignition transformer
PW09-00096
7-2.
Fuel filter gasket
PW09-00062
39.
Support
PW09-00097
7-3.
Fuel filter tube
PW09-00063
40.
Flame plate connector
PW09-00098
7-4.
Fuel filter
PW09-00064
41.
Ignition electrode
PW09-00099
7-5.
Oil tube
PW09-00065
42.
Flame plate
PW09-00100
8.
Fuel gauge
PW09-00066
43.
Whirl plate
PW09-00101
9.
Side plate
PW09-00067
44.
Nozzle
PW09-00102
10.
Support
PW09-00068
45.
Seal fixed plate
PW09-00103
11.
Air flue support
PW09-00069
46.
Connector
PW09-00104
12.
Motor
PW09-00070
47.
Seal ring
PW09-00105
13.
Air flue
PW09-00071
48.
Seal ring
PW09-00106
14.
Fan
PW09-00072
49.
Heat shield
PW09-00107
15.
Motor support
PW09-00073
50.
Chamber rear cover
PW09-00108
16.
Thermostat adjustment knob
PW09-00074
51.
Combustion chamber
PW09-00109
17.
Nut
PW09-00075
52.
Heat casing bracket
PW09-00110
18.
On/Off switch
PW09-00076
53.
Heat casing
PW09-00111
19.
Display window
PW09-00077
54.
Handle
PW09-00112
20.
Light cover
PW09-00078
55.
Cover
PW09-00113
21.
Mains lead
PW09-00079
56.
Front cover
PW09-00114
22.
Rear cover
PW09-00080
57.
Front ring
PW09-00115
23.
Lock
PW09-00081
58.
Safety frame
PW09-00116
24.
Control PCB
PW09-00082
59.
Lower protection
PW09-00117
25.
Connector
PW09-00083
60.
Gasket
PW09-00118
26.
Solenoid valve
PW09-00084
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EXPLODED DRAWING
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
WARNING! It is the responsibility of the owner and the operator to read, understand
and comply with the following:
You must check all electrical products, before use, to ensure that they are safe.
You must inspect power cables, plugs, sockets and any other connectors for wear or
damage.
You must ensure that the risk of electric shock is minimised by the installation of appropriate safety devices; A residual current circuit Breaker (RCCB) should be incorporated
in the main distribution board. We also recommend that a residual current
Device (RCD) is used. It is particularly important to use an RCD with portable products
that are plugged into a supply which is not protected by an RCCB. If in any doubt
consult a qualified electrician.
Connecting to the power supply:
This SIP heater is fitted with a standard 230v ~ 13 amp type plug. Before using the
heater, inspect the mains lead and plug to ensure that neither are damaged. If any
damage is visible have the heater inspected / repaired by a suitably qualified person. If it is necessary to replace the plug a heavy duty impact resistant plug would be
preferable.
The wires for the plug are coloured in the following way:
Yellow / green
Blue
Brown
Earth
Neutral
Live
As the colours of the wires may not correspond with the markings in your plug, proceed as follows: The wire which is coloured blue, must be connected to the terminal
marked with N or coloured black. The wire which is coloured brown, must be connected to the terminal, which is marked L or coloured red. The wire which is coloured yellow / green should be connected to the terminal which is coloured the same or
marked
Always secure the wires in the plug terminal carefully and tightly.
Secure the cable in the cord grip carefully.
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ELECTRICAL CONNECTION….cont
Warning: Never connect live or neutral wires to the earth terminal of the plug.
Only fit an approved plug with the correct rated fuse. If in doubt consult a
qualified electrician.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Problem
The power switch is in the
Off (0) position.
Mains lead not connected to a useable power
supply.
Mains switch is in the Off
position.
PCB error.
Thermostat set below
ambient temperature.
Press the switch into the
On (I) position.
Connect the mains lead
to a useable power supply.
Press the mains switch into
the On position.
Check PCB error code on
display (see page 14).
Set thermostat above ambient temperature.
Motor/Pump runs but the
flame does not start.
No fuel.
Ignition device is dirty /
faulty.
Fuel filter is dirty.
Nozzle is blocked.
Photocell is dirty, damaged or incorrectly installed.
Electrodes are faulty or
incorrectly installed.
Turn the heater Off, refill
the fuel tank and restart
the heater.
Contact service centre.
Check and clean / replace the fuel filter as
necessary.
Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
Fan not spinning, or spinning slowly.
Faulty motor.
Contact service centre.
Note: If an extension lead is necessary in order to reach the mains supply; The
cross section should be checked so that it is of sufficient size so as to reduce
the chances of voltage drops. Always fully unwind the lead during use.
This SIP heater is covered by a 12 month parts and labour warranty covering failure
due to manufacturers defects. This does not cover failure due to misuse or operating
the heater outside the scope of this manual - any claims deemed to be outside the
scope of the warranty may be subject to charges Including, but not limited to parts,
labour and carriage costs.
The warranty does not cover consumable parts such as filters etc.
In the unlikely event of warranty claims, contact your distributor as soon as possible.
Note: Proof of purchase will be required before any warranty can be honoured.
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Possible Solution
Heater does not run.
Note: Always make sure the mains supply is of the correct voltage and the
correct fuse protection is used. In the event of replacing the fuse always
replace the fuse with the same value as the original.
GUARANTEE
Possible Cause
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CIRCUIT DIAGRAM
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Part Number
09294
Input Voltage
220V - 240V ~ 50hz
Fuel
Diesel / Kerosene
Heat Output
70,000 BTU/hr (20 Kw)
Fuel Consumption
1.9L/Hr (Approx.)
Fuel Tank Size
10.5 Litres
Net Weight
19.5 Kg
Top - 1500 mm
Minimum Clearance Around Heater
Sides - 1500 mm
Rear - 1500 mm
Front - 2500 mm
GETTING TO KNOW YOUR HEATER
Display
Power Indicator
Handle
Safety Guard
Power Switch
Thermostat
Fuel Tank
Fuel Gauge
Mains Lead
Stand
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Fuel Cap
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
MAINTENANCE
FITTING THE PROTECTION PANEL
Danger: Maintenance operations should only be carried out by suitably
qualified persons.
Component
Fig. 1
Fig. 2
Fig. 3
Remove the 2 screws from the front of the heater (Fig.1).
Fit the protection panel as shown (Fig.2).
Secure in place by refitting, and tightening the 2 screws (Fig.3).
Fuel Tank
Nozzle
Photocell
Fuel Filter
FITTING THE HANDLE
Ignition Device
Fan Blades
Frequency
Procedure
Clean every 150-200 hours of
operation or when necessary.
Clean or replace once per season or when necessary.
Clean once per season or when
necessary.
Clean or replace twice per season or when necessary.
Clean or replace every 1.000
hours of operation, or when necessary.
Clean when necessary.
Empty and rinse with fresh fuel.
Fig. 4
Attach handle by lining up the holes in the handle with the holes in the upper shell of
the heater (fig.4).
Insert screws and tighten.
FITTING THE FRONT GRILL
Fig. 5
Remove the 4 screws from the heater (Fig.5).
Fit the front grill as shown; Refit and tighten the screws to secure in place.
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Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
Clean the fuel filter with clean
fuel.
Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
ERROR CODES
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS….cont
FITTING THE STAND
Error Code Cause
F0
Solution
Operator Error.
The power switch is in the On (I)
position when the heater is connected to the mains supply.
F1
Photocell Error.
Fig. 6
No fuel in tank.
Fuel is contaminated / dirty.
Fuel filter is dirty / blocked.
Photocell is dirty or faulty.
Ignition error.
F2
Turn the power switch Off (0)
and refuel the heater.
Turn the power switch Off (0)
and drain the fuel tank; Clean
or replace the fuel filter and
refill the tank with clean fuel.
Clean or replace the fuel filter.
Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
Line up the holes on the stand with the holes on the fuel tank of the heater as
shown (Fig.6).
Fit the screws through the holes and secure in place by fitting and tightening
the nuts.
OPERATING PRINCIPLE
Temperature Control Sensor Error.
Cable fallen off or damaged.
Sensor faulty / damaged.
F3
Disconnect the heater from
the mains supply, turn to power switch to the Off (0) position
and reconnect to the mains
supply.
Contact service centre.
Contact service centre.
Thermostat Error.
Heaters internal temperature is too
high.
Anti-tilt sensor activated.
Turn the heater off and allow it
to cool.
Set the heater on a firm level
surface.
LO
Ambient temperature below - 9°C.
Normal condition.
CH
Continuous operation (55°C).
Normal condition.
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Airflow is necessary to ensure proper combustion; It is supplied by the internal burner
fan.
The air enters the burner funnel and gets mixed with a high-pressure fuel jet.
The fuel flow is supplied by an electrical pump, which sucks the fuel from the tank and
moves it to the nozzle under high pressure.
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OPERATING CONDITIONS
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS….cont
WARNING! Air contaminants taken into the heater may affect the heat output, damage to the unit may cause health problems.
Example: Body-shop filler dust/paint overspray will damage the motor bearing, clog
the filter and compressor and contaminate the combustion chamber causing flame
flutter and health hazards. Please note that any parts damaged by filler dust/paint
overspray or similar will not be covered by warranty. Additionally, a cleaning charge
will be made for any heaters damaged by filler dust/paint overspray or similar.
VENTILATION
WARNING! Only use the heater in well ventilated areas. careful consideration must be
given to the placement of the heater to provide safe and comfortable heating. Ensure continuous ventilation is provided to the heater operating area. A ventilation
opening must run to the outside of the premises in which the heater is to be operated.
stat control left to lower the temperature and clockwise to raise the temperature, at
this time the temperature on the display indicates the set temperature and after a
few seconds it will change to the ambient temperature.
The heater will run until the ambient temperature goes above the set temperature,
at which point the heater will automatically stop running until the ambient temperature drops below the set temperature, or the thermostat is turned up.
STOPPING THE HEATER
Turn the power switch to the off (0) position.
Combustion will stop and the cooling cycle will begin.
When cooling cycle has been completed (fan stops running), it is safe to unplug the
heater from the mains supply.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING! Do not turn the mains switch off or disconnect the heater from the
mains supply to stop the heater or until the cooling cycle is complete.
The Fireray 72 XRDT Infrared heater is suitable for well ventilated applications.
Is a clean burning unit which operates on diesel or kerosene.
The Heater develops 70,000 Btu/hr.
The 10.5 litre fuel tank will run the heater for an extended period between refills.
The heater is fitted with a safety cut-out.
WARNING! Turning the mains switch off, or removing the plug from the mains supply to stop the heater or before the cooling cycle is complete may cause overheating, possible damage to the heater and will void the warranty.
STARTING THE HEATER
(see page 9 for descriptions).
Fill the fuel tank until the fuel gauge points to "f".
Ensure the fuel cap is secure.
Plug the mains lead into a suitable power socket and turn the mains switch on; The
power indicator light will illuminate.
Push the Power switch to the on (I) position.
The temperature that the thermostat is set to will be show on the display:
If the set temperature is lower than the ambient temperature, the heater will not run
and after a few seconds the ambient temperature will show on the display; To start
the heater, turn the thermostat control clockwise to raise the set temperature (as
shown on the display) above the ambient temperature and the heater will run.
If the set temperature is higher than the ambient temperature the heater will start to
run.
Once running the ambient temperature will show on the display.
The set temperature can be adjusted at anytime during operation; Turn the thermo12
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