Beckett CG4 Gas Burner Appliance Guide

Beckett CG4 Gas Burner Appliance Guide
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL HEATING PRODUCTS
CG4 Gas Burner
Form No. 62069-001, Printed in the USA 10/17
Appliance Guide
www.beckettcorp.com
Before Calling a Manufacturer’s Tech Service . . .
Before contacting us about your burner, you must have a completed copy of the
Contractor Start-Up Form (located inside last page). This information is crucial for
troubleshooting and obtaining the correct replacement parts.
Professional Service
Required
Applicances have been
tested or verified by
Beckett but NOT tested or endorsed by
the appliance manufacturer, unless
noted. These settings are not intended to
supersede the appliance manufacturer’s
published specifications. Always follow
the appliance manufacturer’s published
instructions and recommendations.
Failure to follow these recommended
settings could lead to equipment
malfunction and result in asphyxiation,
explosion or fire.
yy
yy
yy
Please read the CG4 manual before
proceeding. Follow all instructions
completely.
This equipment must be installed,
adjusted and started by a qualified service
agency that is licensed and experienced
with all applicable codes and ordinances
and responsible for the installation and
commissioning of the equipment.
The installation must comply with all local
codes and ordinances having jurisdiction
and the latest edition of the National Fuel
Gas Code ANSI Z223.1 (NFPA 54) and
CAN1-B149.1 in Canada.
The recommended air
settings are intended for
use only as a starting point for burner
adjustments. The settings cannot make
provisions for all installation
possibilities. It is important that the
burner is adjusted to the installation
requirements using properly calibrated
flue gas analysis instruments.
Always use calibrated test instruments to set combustion levels. Verify
that test instruments are calibrated and in good working condition. If not
already provided, drill test access holes in the flue pipe near the breach (or upstream of
the boiler breach damper, if applicable) and in the front mounting plate area for firebox
pressure. Be careful not to damage any water-backed surface.
For technical assistance please call 1-800-645-2876 (8:00am - 5:00pm EST, Mon-Fri)
1
ANSI Z21.17a Gas Conversion Burner Standard, requires specific warnings to
be placed on the cover of all instruction manuals for gas conversion burners.
Below are examples of these types of warnings which must be understood
and followed.
Fire, Explosion or
Carbon Monoxide
Poisoning Hazard
Fire or Explosion Hazard
Can cause severe injury, death or property
damage
Can cause severe injury, death or property
damage
If the information in these instructions is not
followed exactly, a fire or explosion may result
causing personal injury, death or property
damage.
This conversion kit must be installed by
a qualified service agency in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions and all
applicable codes and requirements of the
authority having jurisdiction (in Canada,
in accordance with the requirements of
the CAN/CGA-B149 Installation Codes).
If the information in these instructions is
not followed exactly, a fire, explosion or
production of carbon monoxide may result
causing property damage, personal injury or
loss of life. The qualified service agency is
responsible for the proper installation of this
kit. The installation is not proper and complete
until the operation of the converted appliance
is checked as specified in the manufacturer’s
instructions supplied with the kit.
── Do not store or use gasoline or other
flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of
this or any other appliance.
── WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
yy Do not try to light any appliance
yy Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use
any phone in your building.
yy Immediately call your gas supplier from a
neighbor’s phone. Follow the gas supplier’s
instructions.
yy If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the
fire department.
── Installation and service must be performed by
a qualified installer, service agency or the gas
supplier.
2
CG4 Gas Burner Approvals
The Beckett CG4 Gas Burner has been evaluated by UL and certified to meet the standards for Domestic Gas
Conversion Burners for the US and for Canada. The applicable standards met are ANSI Z21.17a-1998 and
CSA 2.7-M98 (AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD/CSA STANDARD FOR DOMESTIC GAS CONVERSION
BURNERS) and they address the burner requirements for the conversion of oil-fired appliances to gas. The
CG4 carries the cULus listing mark and is listed under UL file MH60758 for both Domestic Gas Conversion
Burner and Domestic Gas Conversion Burner Certified for Canada.
The nature of residential oil appliance fuel conversions makes it impractical to retest and certify the oil appliance
for power gas burners. ANSI Z21.17a was developed to provide the requirements for a gas burner that can be
used to convert an oil-fired appliance to a gas-fired appliance. ANSI Z21.17a is referenced for oil to gas burner
conversions by recognized national codes, such as NFPA 54 and the International Mechanical Code.
Beckett has designed and tested the CG4 to meet ANSI Z21.17a when the burner is installed to our
requirements, which are found in the Installation and Operation (I&O) Manual for our respective burner. The I&O
Manual is written to the referenced installation standards of ANSI Z21.8 (AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD
INSTALLATION OF DOMESTIC GAS CONVERSION BURNERS). Local inspectors shall require the contractor
to meet local codes and/or ANSI Z21.8, whichever is most restrictive and any additional manufacturer’s
requirements as identified in the I&O Manual. These steps will satisfy building and occupant safety with
respect to the installation of our conversion burner. Heat exchanger warranties are at the sole discretion of the
appliance manufacturer. Most maintain the warranty when converted to gas.
Beckett has a growing list of appliances which have successfully been evaluated or verified for conversion to a
CG4 gas burner in our application lab. The Beckett manual clearly states:
•
•
“This equipment must be installed, adjusted and started by a qualified service agency that is licensed and
experienced with all applicable codes and ordinances and responsible for the installation and commissioning
of the equipment.”
“Use test instruments to set combustion” and follow the recommended procedure to attain combustion
readings to which the CG4 should be set.
Included with each burner is a tag to be completed by the contractor once the installation is finished. It
is imperative that the tag be completed in its entirety by the installer, detailing the appliance and burner
information, as well as combustion readings and chimney information. This tag should be referred to during all
inspections as well as any time the burner is serviced.
The application testing process verifies the following burner performance criteria as tested on each approved
appliance:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Standard firing rate within the appliance manufacturer’s input rating
Low air setting performance
High air setting performance and ignition at high air
Performance at recommended air setting
Positive chimney draft (+0.1” w.c.) performance at standard air setting
Negative chimney draft (-0.1” w.c.) performance at standard air setting
Acceptable stack temperature above 325°F at 90% reduced input rate
Cold air operation at standard air setting
3
Safety Check-off List
Recommendations
††Follow installation manual instructions.
††Verify incoming gas pressure.
††Verify the BTU rating of gas meter.
††Verify that the pipe size meets the input BTU rating of the appliance
††Verify combustion air supply meets code requirements (consult local authorities for prevailing codes).
††Verify that area around appliance is free of lint or pet hair.
††Verify condition and size of chimney and venting. Venting must comply with code, including construction, size
and liner requirements.
††Verify condition and routing of flue pipe. Total length should be as short as possible (note the quantity of elbows,
tees, and location of draft regulators).
††Verify type of draft regulator.
††Verify clearances to combustibles, including chimney connector, burner, and appliance.
††NOTICE: A manometer and combustion analyzer are required tools for proper installation and adjustment.
When Converting from Oil to Gas
††Thoroughly clean heat exchanger of appliance.
††Replace chamber kit.
††Seal up boiler sections, clean out plates and boiler mounting plate.
††Install double action draft regulator.
††Install thermal safety switch (ex. Field Controls GSK-3 or similar).
††Adjust burner to operate at no less than 90% of input of the appliance rating plate (GPH x 140,000 x .9 = lowest
BTU firing rate).
††Verify stack temperature is at a minimum of 325°F or appliance manufacturer’s recommended setting.
††Be aware that failure to maintain proper stack temperature could result in condensed flue gas and cause chimney
damage which could result in CO leakage into dwelling.
How To order a Complete Burner from the chart below :
1). Select the Burner Chassis Part Number.
2). Air Tube Combination Part Number.
3). Assemble following the manual supplied with the burner
chassis.
4
Beckett Tested or Verified Appliance List
NOTICE
WARNING
Appliances have been tested
Professional Service Required
or verified by Beckett but NOT tested or endorsed by
Failure to follow these recommended settings could lead to
the appliance manufacturer, unless noted. These
equipment malfunction and result in asphyxiation, explosion or fire.
settings are not intended to supersede the appliance
. Please read the CG4 manual and follow all instructions completely.
manufacturer's published specifications. Always follow
. The installation must comply with all local codes and ordinances
the appliance manufacturer's published instructions
having jurisdiction and the latest edition of National Fuel Gas Code
and recommendations.
ANSI Z223.1 (NFPA 54) and CAN1-B149.1 in Canada.
NOTICE
The recommended air settings are intended for use only as a starting point for burner adjustments.
The settings cannot make provisions for all installation possibilities. It is important that the burner is adjusted to the installation
requirements using properly calibrated flue gas analysis instruments.
Buderus
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
G115-3
96,000
90,000
CG4001
CG4BUF3
F3G
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
0.177
5880
S-7 / B-0
Blank
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
5.25"
0.234
G115-4
126,000
130,000
CG4001
CG4BUF3
F3G
5.25"
0.364
0.234
NONE
S-5 / B-0
4 - Slot
G115-5
154,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4BUF4
F4G
5.25"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-10 / B-1
4 - Slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
G215-3*
154,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4BUF4
F4G
5.25"
0.316
0.234
NONE
S-5 / B-0
4 - Slot
G215-4*
196,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4BUF6
F6G
5.25"
0.354
0.256
NONE
S-8 / B-0
4 - Slot
* Heat Exchanger Baffles Must Be Removed to Achieve Appropriate Flue Temperature Above 325°F.
V8 Series
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
V83
105,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
0.277
0.206
5880
S-7 / B-0
Blank
V83
147,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-10 / B-0
4 - Slot
V84
147,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
0.348
0.246
5880
S-10 / B-0
4 - Slot
V84
189,000
175,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
0.406
0.261
None
S-6 / B-0
4 - Slot
V85
189,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4MUF6
F6G
1.75"
0.354
0.256
None
S-8 / B-0
4 - Slot
V85
231,000
220,000
CG4001
CG4MUF6
F6G
1.75"
0.422
0.281
None
S-9 / B-0
4 - Slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
MPO115
115,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF3
F3G
2.00"
0.277
0.266
5880
S-8 / B-0
4 - Slot
MPO147*
147,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
2.00"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-6 / B-0
4 - Slot
MPO189*
189,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
2.00"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-1
4 - Slot
MPO Series
* Heat Exchanger Baffles Must Be Removed to Achieve Appropriate Flue Temperature Above 325°F.
5
TWZ Series
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
LP
Orifice
Size
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
F3G
1.75"
0.277
0.206
5880
S-7 / B-0
Blank
F3G
1.75"
N/A
0.242
None
S-7-1/2 / B-0
4 - Slot
F4G
1.75"
0.348
0.246
None
S-6-1/2 / B-0
4 - Slot
F6G
1.75"
0.422
0.281
None
S-9 / B-0
4 - Slot
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
F3G
1.75"
0.277
0.206
5880
S-7 / B-0
Blank
F3G
1.75"
N/A
0.242
None
S-7-1/2 / B-0
4 - Slot
0.246
None
S-6-1/2 / B-0
4 - Slot
0.281
None
S-9 / B-0
4 - Slot
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
0.277
0.266
5880
S-8 / B-0
4 - Slot
2.00"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-6 / B-0
4 - Slot
2.00"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-1
4 - Slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
TWZ075
105,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4SFF3
TWZ100
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4SFF3
TWZ125
175,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4SFF4
TWZ175
245,000
220,000
CG4001
CG4SFF6
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
KSZ075
105,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4SFF3
KSZ100
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4SFF3
KSZ125
175,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4SFF4
F4G
1.75"
0.348
KSZ175
245,000
220,000
CG4001
CG4SFF6
F6G
1.75"
0.422
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
FWZ080
112,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF3
F3G
2.00"
FWZ100*
147,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
FWZ130*
189,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
Head
Baffle
Air Band / Slot
Number
KSZ Series
Head
FWZ Series
* Heat Exchanger Baffles Must Be Removed to Achieve Appropriate Flue Temperature Above 325°F.
Peerless
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
WBV-3 - 085
119,000
120,000
CG4001
CG4PBF3
F3G
2.50"
0.316
0.219
None
S-3.5 / B-0
4 - slot
WBV-3 - 105
147,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4PBF3
F3G
2.50"
None
0.242
None
S-7 / B-0
4 - slot
WBV-4 - 125
175,000
175,000
CG4001
CG4PBF4
F4G
2.50"
0.406
0.261
None
S-8 / B-0
4 - slot
WBV-4 - 150
210,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4PBF4
F4G
2.50"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-0
4 - slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
EC-3
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4PBF3
F3G
2.50"
None
0.242
None
S-7 / B-0
4 - slot
EC-4
175,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4PBF4
F4G
2.50"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-2
4 - slot
EC-5
245,000
250,000
CG4001
CG4PBF6
F6G
2.50"
None
0.312
None
S-10 / B-4
4 - slot
Peerless
6
FR Series
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
FR-98
119,000
120,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
0.316
0.219
Yes
S-8 / B-0
4 - slot
FR-122
154,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
None
0.242
No
S-7 / B-0
4 - slot
HGSI
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
None
0.242
No
S-7 / B-0
4 - slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
CL3-105
105,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
0.277
0.206
5880
S-7 / B-0
Blank
CL Series
CL4-175
175,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
0.348
0.246
None
S-6-1/2 / B-0
4 - Slot
CL5-245
245,000
220,000
CG4001
CG4MUF6
F6G
1.75"
0.422
0.281
None
S-9 / B-0
4 - Slot
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
CL-HGS
114,000
110,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF3
F3G
2.00"
0.277
0.266
5880
S-8 / B-0
4 - Slot
CL-HGS*
147,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
2.00"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-6 / B-0
4 - Slot
CL-HGS*
189,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4BMPOF4
F4G
2.00"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-1
4 - Slot
CL-HGS Series
* Heat Exchanger Baffles Must Be Removed to Achieve Appropriate Flue Temperature Above 325°F.
Slant/Fin Intrepid
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
0.242
None
S-8 / B-0
4 - slot
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-3
4 - slot
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
F4G
3.50"
0.231
0.217
5880
S-10 / B-1
4 - slot
F4G
3.50"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-10 / B-3
4 - slot
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
F3G
2.25"
0.316
0.219
Yes
S-10 / B-1
4 - slot
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
F3G
1.75"
None
F4G
1.75"
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
TR-30
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4SFF3
TR-40
210,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4SFF4
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
CWL
119,000
130,000
CG4001
CG4TDF4
CWL
140,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4TDF4
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
SFH-3085W
119,000
120,000
CG4001
CG4UTF3
Thermo Dynamics
Utica Starfire
SFH-3100W
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4UTF3
F3G
2.25"
None
0.242
No
S-10 / B-0
4 - slot
SFH-4100W
140,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4UTF4
F4G
2.25"
0.316
0.234
Yes
S-10 / B-3
4 - slot
7
Weil-McLain Gold
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
GO2*
105,000
100,000
CG4001
CG4WMF3
F3G
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
3.00"
0.250
0.189
5880
S-4.5 / B-0
Blank
4 - slot
Air Band / Slot
Number
GO3R
112,000
120,000
CG4001
CG4WMF3
F3G
3.00"
0.316
0.219
5880
S-9 / B-0
GO3
133,000
130,000
CG4001
CG4WMF3
F3G
3.00"
0.364
0.234
None
S-6 / B-0
4 - slot
GO4R
140,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-10 / B-1
4 - slot
GO4
168,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.348
0.246
None
S-6.5 / B-0
4 - slot
GO5R
168,000
175,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.406
0.261
None
S-7.5 / B-0
4 - slot
GO5
203,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-0
4 - slot
LP
Orifice
Size
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
S-8 / B-0
4 - slot
* Must Use 7.00" Flue Only.
Weil-McLain Ultra
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
UO3*
140,000
140,000
CG4001
CG4MUF3
F3G
1.75"
None
0.242
None
UO4*
160,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
0.348
0.246
None
S-7 / B-0
4 - slot
UO5*
196,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4MUF4
F4G
1.75"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-2
4 - slot
* Heat Exchanger Baffles Must Be Removed to Achieve Appropriate Flue Temperature Above 325°F.
Williamson
Appliance
Appliance
Input BTU
Beckett
Required
Input BTU
Burner
Chassis
Part #
Air Tube
Combination
Part #
Head
OWB/OWT-3
98,000
100,000
CG4001
CG4WMF3
F3G
Baffle
Air Settings
Shutter /Band
(see notices)
Air Band / Slot
Number
0.189
5880
S-4.5 / B-0
Blank
Insertion
NG
Orifice
Size
LP
Orifice
Size
3.00"
0.250
OWB/OWT-3
133,000
130,000
CG4001
CG4WMF3
F3G
3.00"
0.364
0.234
None
S-6 / B-0
4 - slot
OWB/OWT-4
140,000
145,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.316
0.234
5880
S-10 / B-1
4 - slot
OWB/OWT-4
168,000
160,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.348
0.246
None
S-6.5 / B-0
4 - slot
OWB/OWT-5
168,000
175,000
CG4002
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
0.406
0.261
None
S-7.5 / B-0
4 - slot
OWB/OWT-5
203,000
190,000
CG4001
CG4WMF4
F4G
3.00"
None
0.281
None
S-10 / B-0
4 - slot
Notes:
Blank Air Band included in CG4XXF3 ATC combinations
See Manual for operating pressure requirements
8
Contractor Start-Up Form
Installation Name:_________________________________________
Installation Date:___________________
Installation Address:_________________________________________________________________________
Start-Up Contractor’s Name_________________________________
Phone:__________________________
Name of Technician_________________________________________________________________________
■ Appliance (Information below can be obtained from appliance name plate)
Manufacturer:______________________________________________________________________________
Type (circle one): [ Boiler / Furnace / Other ]
Model #:_______________
Serial #:____________________
Input MBH:_______________ Original Appliance Designed for (circle one): [ Oil / Natural Gas / Propane ]
Output MBH:______________
Limits
Limit Model No.
(Indicate n/a if not required by the appliance manuf.)
Operation Verified
Temperature
YES
/
NO
Pressure
YES
/
NO
LWCO
YES
/
NO
NO
/
YES
Other Limits
/
n/a
■ Burner
Fuel: [ Natural Gas / Propane ] Model #:________________
Combustion Head: [ F3G / F4G / F6G ]
Serial #:_________________________
Fuel Orifice Size:________ Air Shutter Setting:____________
Air Band Setting:____________ [ or Blank Band Installed ]
Baffle: [ Installed / Not Required ]
■ Chimney/Smoke Pipe
Chimney Type:[ Masonry / Metal Vent / Direct Vent ] Location (circle one): [ Inside / Outside ]
Chimney Height:_____________
Number of Elbows:____________
Flue Pipe Size:______________
Flue Pipe Length:________________
Confirm Double Acting Draft Regulator Installed: [ Yes / No ]
Thermal Safety Switch Installed [ Yes / No ] Voltage: [ 120V / 24V ]
Gas Supply Piping
Pipe Diameter:________
Length of Pipe from Burner to Meter:_________
Number of Elbows:__________
Gas Pressure to Burner Gas Valve While Burner is Operating ____________ Inches W.C.
■ Combustion Readings
O2 :_________% CO:__________ PPM
CO2 :_________% Stack Temperature (325°F MIN.):__________°F
Manifold Gas Pressure:______________ (Inches W.C.)
Draft at Breach___________________________W.C.
9
Notes
10
Limited Warranty Information
The R. W. BECKETT CORPORATION (“Beckett”) warrants to persons who purchase
its “Products” from Beckett for resale, or for incorporation into a product for resale
(“Customers”), that its equipment is free from defects in material and workmanship.
To qualify for warranty benefits, products must be installed by a qualified service
agency in full compliance with all codes and authorities having jurisdiction, and
used within the tolerances of Beckett’s defined product specifications.
To review the complete warranty policy and duration of coverage for a specific
product, or to obtain a written copy of warranty form 61545, please choose one of
the following options:
1. Visit our website at: www.beckettcorp.com/warranty
2. Email your request to: rwb-customer-service@beckettcorp.com
3. Write to: R. W. Beckett Corporation, P. O. Box 1289, Elyria, OH 44036
NOTE: Beckett is not responsible for any labor cost for removal and replacement of
equipment.
THIS WARRANTY IS LIMITED TO THE PRECISE TERMS SET FORTH ABOVE, AND
PROVIDES EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES EXPRESSLY IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER REMEDIES,
AND IN PARTICULAR THERE SHALL BE EXCLUDED THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. IN NO EVENT
WILL BECKETT BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE
OF ANY NATURE. Beckett neither assumes, nor authorizes any person to assume
for Beckett, any other liability or obligation in connection with the sale of this
equipment. Beckett’s liability and Customer’s exclusive remedy is limited to the cost
of the product.
USA: P.O. Box 1289 ● Elyria, Ohio 44036
Canada: R.W. Beckett Canada, Ltd. ● Unit #3, 430 Laird Road ● Guelph, Ontario N1G 3X7
www.beckettcorp.com ● 1-800-OILBURN (645-2876)
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement