MANUAL - Installation Pellet Boiler PES 12-32

MANUAL - Installation Pellet Boiler PES 12-32

Installation Manual

Please read carefully prior to installation and servicing.

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PE 199 USA 2.3

PELLET BOILER

PES 12–32

CMP 06.2 US_VA606

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NGLISH

— USA

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Item number:

Installation Manual PES 12-32

PE 199 USA 2.3

Number of version: 02.3

Version valid from: 06/2011

Release: Humberger Stephan

Author:

MAINE ECO PELLET HEATING LLC

USA – Headquarter

8 Airport Road – P.O. Box 547 Bethel

Maine 04217 e-mail: [email protected]

web: me-pelletheating.com

©MAINE ECO PELLET HEATING LLC

Subject to modifications

Contents

1 Dear Customer ................................................................................................................................................. 4

2 Use only for the purpose intended ................................................................................................................... 5

3 Types of safety warning sign............................................................................................................................ 6

4 Warnings and safety instructions ..................................................................................................................... 7

4.1

Basic safety instructions................................................................................................................................... 7

4.2

Warning signs.................................................................................................................................................. 7

4.3

What to do in an emergency ............................................................................................................................. 8

5 Prerequisites for installing a pellet boiler ......................................................................................................... 9

5.1

Guidelines and standards for installing a pellet boiler ......................................................................................... 9

5.2

Boiler room ..................................................................................................................................................... 9

5.3

Flue gas system ............................................................................................................................................ 10

5.4

Safety systems .............................................................................................................................................. 12

5.5

Installation with an existing boiler.................................................................................................................... 13

6 Product description ........................................................................................................................................ 14

6.1

The pellet boiler ............................................................................................................................................. 15

6.2

Pellet suction system ..................................................................................................................................... 17

6.3

Storage systems............................................................................................................................................ 19

7 Bringing the pellet boiler into the boiler room ................................................................................................ 20

7.1

Transport ...................................................................................................................................................... 20

7.2

Notes on bringing the unit into the building ...................................................................................................... 20

7.3

Flooring ........................................................................................................................................................ 22

7.4

Casing parts .................................................................................................................................................. 23

7.5

Removing the casing, the hopper and the burner ............................................................................................. 24

8 External de-ashing system ............................................................................................................................. 30

8.1

Description of de-ashing system ..................................................................................................................... 30

8.2

How the de-ashing system works.................................................................................................................... 30

8.3

Installing the de-ashing system....................................................................................................................... 31

9 Connecting up the hydraulics ........................................................................................................................ 35

10 Connecting up to the power supply.............................................................................................................. 36

10.1

Terminal box................................................................................................................................................ 36

10.2

Plugs on the boiler controller ........................................................................................................................ 38

11 Operating the pellet boiler ............................................................................................................................ 48

11.1

Operating the heating system ....................................................................................................................... 48

11.2

Description of the control panel ..................................................................................................................... 48

11.3

Description operating device ......................................................................................................................... 49

11.4

Setting language, date and time .................................................................................................................... 50

11.5

Menu configuration....................................................................................................................................... 52

12 Starting up for the first time.......................................................................................................................... 54

12.1

Adjusting power rating.................................................................................................................................. 54

12.2

Settings in the boiler controller ...................................................................................................................... 56

12.3

Output test .................................................................................................................................................. 57

12.4

Parameter level 100 ..................................................................................................................................... 59

12.5

Parameter level 200 ..................................................................................................................................... 65

12.6

List of adjustable parameters ........................................................................................................................ 71

13 Malfunctions ................................................................................................................................................. 73

13.1

Malfunctions - what to do.............................................................................................................................. 73

13.2

Malfunction texts.......................................................................................................................................... 73

13.3

Overview of malfunction alarm texts .............................................................................................................. 73

14 Appendix ...................................................................................................................................................... 80

14.1

Checklist for checking the heating system ..................................................................................................... 80

14.2

Appendix G of CAN/CSA-B365–M91............................................................................................................. 82

14.3

Modifying the burner .................................................................................................................................... 83

14.4

Software program - boiler controller .............................................................................................................. 88

14.5

Parts list ...................................................................................................................................................... 92

14.6

Technical data ........................................................................................................................................... 100

14.7

Pellet boiler cautionary markings................................................................................................................. 103

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Dear Customer

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Dear Customer

MEco is specialist in pellet heating, licensed by ÖkoFEN.

Expertise, innovation and quality from a single source. It is based on this tradition that MEco takes on future challenges.

We are delighted that also you have decided to purchase a MEco product.

• This instruction manual is intended to help you operate the product safely, properly and economically.

• Please read this instruction manual right through and take note of the safety warnings.

• Keep all documentation supplied with this unit in a safe place for future reference.

Please pass on the documentation to the new user if you decide to part with the unit at a later date.

• During installation and/or first start up the service engineer must carry out the following work.

• The installation has to be performed by a qualified installer.

• Please contact your authorised dealer if you have any questions.

MEco places great importance on the development of new products. Our R&D department continues to question accepted solutions and works continually on new improvements. That is how we maintain our technological lead. We have already received several awards for our products in Austria and abroad.

Our products fulfil European and USA requirements regarding quality, efficiency and emissions.

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Use only for the purpose intended

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Use only for the purpose intended

The pellet boiler is designed to heat water for central or other indirect heating systems and hot water supply for buildings.

It is not permissible to use the pellet boiler for any other purpose. Reasonable foreseeable inadvertent uses for the pellet boiler are not known.

The boiler fulfils the requirements of UL 391, “Standard for Safety for Solid-Fuel and Combination-Fuel Central and

Supplementary Furnaces,”2006, and CAN/CSA-B366.1–M91, “Solid-Fuel-Fired Central Heating Appliances”

OMNI Certificate:

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Types of safety warning sign

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Types of safety warning sign

The warning signs use the following symbols and text.

Types of safety warning sign

1.

Risk of injury

2.

Consequences of risk

3.

Avoiding risk

1. Risk of injury:

Danger - indicates a situation that could lead to death or life-threatning injury.

Warning - indicates a situation that could lead life-threatning or serious injury.

Caution - indicates a situation that could lead to injury.

Note - indicates a situation that could lead to property damage.

2. Consequences of risk

Effects and consequences resulting from incorrect operation.

3. Avoiding risk

Observing safety instructions ensures that the heating system is operated safely.

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Warnings and safety instructions

Observing safety instructions ensures that the heating system is operated safely.

4.1 Basic safety instructions

• Never get yourself into danger; give your own safety the utmost priority.

• Keep children away from the boiler room and storage room.

• Observe all safety warnings on the boiler and in this user manual.

• Observe all instructions relating to maintenance, servicing and cleaning.

• The pellet heating system may only be installed and started up for the first time by an authorised installer.

Professional installation and start up is the prerequisite for safe and economical operation.

• Never make any changes to the heating system or flue gas system.

• Never close or remove safety valves.

4.2 Warning signs

Risk of poisoning

Make sure that the pellet boiler is supplied with sufficient combustion air.

The openings in the combustion air inlet must never be partially or completely closed.

Ventilation systems, central vacuum cleaning systems, extractor fans, air conditioning systems, flue gas blowers, dryers or similar equipment must never be allowed to draw air from the boiler room and cause a drop in pressure.

The boiler must be connected tight to the chimney using a flue gas tube.

Clean the chimney and the flue gas tube at regular intervals.

The boiler room and pellet storage room must be sufficiently supplied with air and ventilated.

Before entering the storage room it must be ventilated with sufficient air and the heating system switched off.

Risk of electric shock

Switch off the system before performing work on the boiler.

Risk of explosion

Never burn petrol, diesel, engine oil or other explosive materials.

Never use liquids or chemicals to ignite the pellets.

Switch off the heating system before filling the storage room.

Risk of fire

Do not store any flammable materials in the boiler room.

Do not hang out any washing in the boiler room.

Always close the boiler door.

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Risk of burns

Do not touch the flue spigot or the flue gas tube.

Do not reach into the ash chamber.

Use gloves to empty the ash box.

Do not clean the boiler until it has been allowed to cool down.

Risk of cut injuries due to sharp edges.

Use gloves for performing all work on the boiler.

Damage to property

Heat the Auto pellet heating system using pellets that comply with PFI premium specifications only.

Damage to property

Do not use the heating system if it, or any of its components, come into contact with water.

If water damage occurs, have the heating system checked by an MEco service technician and have any damaged parts replaced.

4.3 What to do in an emergency

Risk to life

Never get yourself into danger; give own safety the utmost priority.

What to do in the event of a fire

• Switch off the heating system.

• Call the fire brigade

• Use approved fire extinguishers (fire protection class ABC).

What to do if you smell smoke

• Switch off the heating system.

• Close the doors leading to living areas.

• Ventilate the boiler room.

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Prerequisites for installing a pellet boiler

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Prerequisites for installing a pellet boiler

You must fulfil the following conditions before operating a fully automatic pellet boiler.

5.1 Guidelines and standards for installing a pellet boiler

Overview of standards and guidelines applying to the installation of a pellet boiler.

Check whether you need to obtain planning permission or approval from the authorities for installing a new heating system or changing your existing system. Legislation in your country must be observed.

5.2 Boiler room

The pellet boiler is installed in the boiler room.

1.

Safety instructions for the boiler room

Risk of fire

Do not store flammable materials or liquids in the vicinity of the pellet boiler.

Do not permit unauthorised persons to enter the boiler room

- children are to be kept out.

Always close the boiler door.

2.

Air supply and ventilation of boiler room

The boiler room must be fitted with air supply and ventilation openings. You must comply with state and local regulations.

3.

Combustion air supply

The pellet boiler needs a supply of combustion air. The supply of combustion air can: a.

take place using one or more air supply and ventilation openings in the boiler room in total min. 31 in².

b.

or through a special air supply line directly from outside, where the diameter of the air supply line must be at least 4“ in for type PE(S) 12 – PE(S) 32. Ambient air independent operation of PES 36-56 types is also available on request.

Never operate the pellet boiler if the air intake openings are partially or completely closed.

Contaminated combustion air can cause damage to the pellet boiler. Never store of use cleaning detergents containing chlorine, nitrobenzene or halogen in the room where the heating system is installed, if combustion air is drawn directly from the room. It is recommended that no washing or drying of laundry is done in the boiler room or where the boiler may draw air from.

Do not hang out washing in the boiler room.

Prevent dust from collecting at the combustion air intake to the pellet boiler.

4.

Damage due to frost and humid air

The boiler room must be frost-proof to ensure trouble-free operation of the heating system. The temperature of the boiler room must not fall below 37°F and must not exceed 90°F. The air humidity in the boiler room must not exceed 70%.

5.

Danger for animals

Make sure that household pets and other small animals cannot enter the boiler room. Fit mesh over any openings.

6.

Flooding

If there is a risk of flooding, switch off the pellet boiler in good time and disconnect from the power supply before water enters the boiler room. You must have all components that come into contact with water replaced, before you start up the pellet boiler again.

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5.3 Flue gas system

The flue gas system consists of a chimney and a flue gas tube. The flue gas tube connects the pellet heating system to the chimney. The chimney leads the flue gas from the pellet heating system out into the open.

1.

Design of the chimney

The dimensions and design of the chimney is very important. The chimney must be able to ensure sufficient draft to safely draw away the flue gas regardless of the status of the boiler. Low flue gas temperatures can cause sooting and moisture damage on chimneys that are not insulated. For this reason moisture-resistant chimneys (stainless steel or ceramic) should be used. An existing chimney that is not damp-resistant needs to be rennovated before use. Follow guidelines below:

Boiler size

Flue gas tube diameter (at boiler)

Flue gas temp. / rated power

Flue gas temp. / partial load

Min. draft – full load/part load in

°F

°F in/wc

PE(S) 12 – 20

5

320

212

PE(S) 25 – 32

6

320

212

0.03/0.01

PE(S) 36 – 56

7

360

230

Chimney size

6”x6”

7”x7”

8”x8”

6” round

7” round

Min. Height

17ft

16ft

16ft

19ft

17ft

Recommended and UL-103HT approved chimney materials are: a.

Selkirk sure temp b.

Supervent (JSC) c.

Security chimneys (secure temp ASHT)

Use heavy gauge (26ga or better) black smoke pipe to connect to existing chimney

Unregulated combustion

Please observe that combustion air openings and flue pipes are not reduced in size or closed. Make end user aware of these guidelines and their potential danger.

2.

Flue gas temperature

The flue gas temperatures are the same for all boiler types:

The dewpoint of flue gas with wood pellets (max. 10% water content) is approx. 120°F.

It is possible to increase the flue gas temperature to prevent condensation inside the chimney and avoid damage due to damp. Only authorised specialist personnel may increase the flue gas temperature.

Note

The increase in flue gas temperature results in reduced efficiency and thus increases fuel consumption.

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3.

Negative pressure of the chimney

The boiler must be connected to a chimney or a vertical venting system that is capable of handling and producing a negative breeching pressure of –0.020 “WC (-5Pa). Use a draft gauge to verify the indicated draft value, adjust barometric damper as required. Drill a small hole in the connection pipe at about 2” from the boiler flue outlet and use this hole as your measuring point.

Chimney draft

The suction effect of the chimney draft must extend as far as the pellet boiler. The maximum flow rate that can be drawn through the chimney limits the maximum performance of the pellet boiler. The boiler performance must be reduced if the chimney does not possess the necessary cross-section. This may only be performend by authorised personnel.

Too strong a chimney draft increases heat loss while idling and reduces the efficiency of the heating system.

We recommend installing a chimney draft regulator

(barometric damper). Chimney draft regulators are installed directly into the flue gas tube or chimney.

Your state and local regulations must be observed.

4.

Power venter

AutoPellet boilers are approved by the manufacturer for installation with the Field Controls

SWGAF power venter which is approved for wood pellet burning appliances.

Boiler installed with SWGAF power venters must follow all manufacturer´s installations and must comply with all applicable codes from agencies having authority over the installation.

5.

Cleaning

Clean the flue gas tube and chimney regularly.

Risk of chimney fire

Creosote-formation and need for removal:Low gas flue temperature can cause creosote. The creosote condense in the relatively cool chimney. As a result, creosote residue accumulates on the flue lining. When ingnited, this creosote makes a hot fire. The chimney and the chimney connector should be inspected at least twice monthly during the heating season to determine if a creosote buildup has occurred. If creosote has accumulated it should be removed to reduce the risk of a chimney fire.

Oxidation of chimney

Do not use metal brushes to clean chimneys made of stainless steel.

Your state and local regulations must be observed.

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5.4 Safety systems

The following safety measures are the prerequisite for safe operation of your system.

Emergency stop switch

Every heating system must be able to be switched off with an Emergency Stop switch. The

Emergency Stop switch must be outside of the boiler room.

Safety valve

The hydraulic system must be equipped with a safety valve. This valve opens before the pressure inside the heating system increases to max. 43 P.S.I.. The safety valve must be installed at the highest point of the boiler, must not be locked and must be within 3.28 ft / 39.37 in of the boiler. A 30 lb/sq in relief value is supplied with each boiler.

Safety temperature sensor

The pellet boiler is equipped with a safety temperature sensor. This is located on the pellet boiler. If the boiler temperature exceeds 203°F then the heating system switches off.

Low water cut off

The hydraulic system must be equipped with a low water cut off. Falls the water level below a certain level, the low water cut off switches off the heating system.

Starting up

Starting up for the first time has to be performed only by an authorized service technician.

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5.5 Installation with an existing boiler

A pellet fired boiler and an oil boiler can be flued only individually into an existing chimney providing the following conditions are met:

●All state and local codes permit the specific installation

●Electrical Interlocks are in place to prevent simultaneous operations.

●A mechanical lock-out device must also be in place to prevent simultaneous operations.

●At any given time, only one boiler can be vented into the chimney flue. Allow either boiler to completely shut down and cool off before changing the venting system.

●The flue must be of adequite size to handle the combustion products of either appliance.

Insecure and uneconomic operation

Place the boiler according to the minimum clearances to the existing boiler.

Insecure installation

In the case of a connecting boiler (existing boiler) contact an MEco technician for compliance information before connecting.

The following unit is approved for connecting with the MEco pellet boiler:

Model number connected unit:____________________

Item number connected unit:_____________________

Escape of flue gas

Do not connect this unit to a chimney flue serving another appliance.

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Product description

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Product description

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2

3

The description of the product is intended to provide an overview of the components that make up an MEco pellet heating system, the parts of the pellet boiler and advice on where you can find more information.

The MEco pellet heating system consists of 3 components

Pellet boiler

Conveyor system

Storage system – textile tank

Pellet boiler with textile tank

The MEco concept features different sizes of design and type for each component. These are compatible and designed to match.

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Product description

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6.1 The pellet boiler

The pellet boiler is equipped with an automatic cleaning system, an ash box with ash compression system and an integrated return water temperature control. The installed programmable logic controller system enables fully automatic operation and highest efficiency. MEco also offers an optional automatic de-ashing system for the highest level of cleanliness and comfort.

Pellematic types and power ratings

MEco offers the Pellet boiler with the following power ratings:

Suction-feed systems: 41,000; 51,000; 68,300; 85,300; 109,500; 123,000; 164,000 and 191,000 BTU/hr

All power rating types are available with an external ash box with automatic de-ashing system.

Note

Refer to the data plate for the power rating of your Pellematic. The data plate is located on the rear side of the Pellematic. Here you will find the type designation, manufacturer's serial number and year of build.

Key components of the Pellematic

1

2

3

4

5

Boiler (heat exchanger)

Hopper

Burner

External ash box

Boiler controller

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Product description

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3

4

5

1

2

6

7

8

Burner plate

Flame tube

Heat exchanger

Boiler water

Boiler insulation

Combustion chamber cover

Suction turbine

Hopper

9 Fire protection – ball valve

10 Burner fan

11 External ash box

12 Burner auger

13 Electronic ignition

14 De-ashing system

15 Ash chamber

16 Burner plate cleaning system

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Product description

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2

6.2 Pellet suction system

The pellet suction system consists of a pellet line, an air line and a suction turbine. The suction turbine in the hopper conveys pellets in the pellet line from the storage room or textile tank to the hopper.

Key components of pellet suction system

Pellet hose

Air hose

Suction turbine

Suction switch

Hose from textile tank to the hopper.

Hosee from the suction turbine to the textile tank.

Located above the hopper underneath the Pellematic burner casing.

Located underneath the textile tank.

Pellet boiler FleXILO textile tank

6.2.1 Assembly of the vacuumsystem

The pellet hose and the air hose are flexible spiral hoses made out of plastic. A copper braid avoids the static loading of the spiral hose.

Assembly guidelines

Bending radius

The hose should be led as briefly as possible and with a few curves as necessarily. Bending radius may never be smaller than 12inch.

Upward gradients

Tightness

Max difference in height = 236inch

Note

A difference in height of up to 118inch can be overcome at one time. Larger differences in height must by interrupted with a minimum 40inch long crossbar.

In order to keep problem-free a sucking of the pellets, an absolute tightness in the system must be respected. All connection points must be provided with a hose clip.

Potenzialequalization

The hoses are provided with a copper braid, those the hose keeps antistatic. In order to ensure the function of the anti-statics, those copper braid must be attached at each end to the existing grounding become.

Fire protection

At a wall break-through to the heating room must be installed a fire protection seal in the pelletand the air hose.

Crossing

Length of the spiral hose

Please make sure please that you cross the hoses as few as possible.

The maximum length of the spiral hose is 1570inch.

The maximum for pellets hose and air hose are 755inch.

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Assembly

Use securing clips and carrying bowls.

*Pay attention to the defined distances!

1

2

3

Hose

Clip

Carrying bowl

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Note

Impact protection by swirling of the pellets.

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Connection of the pellet and air hose to the suction turbine

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6.3 Storage systems

For storing pellets MEco offers a FleXILO textile tank. FleXILO textile tanks can be located inside the boiler room, storage room or protected from wet and sun outside.

Damage to property and loss of warranty

The combination of an MEco pellet boiler with a storage and conveyor system from another manufacturer has to be permitted by Meco.

6.3.1 FleXILO textile tank

The whole textile tank system is included in the scope of supply. MEco offers various sizes and types. The textile tank supplied may vary from the example shown above.

Please refer to the installation instructions supplied for the textile tank. Note also the instructions on setting up and filling.

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Bringing the pellet boiler into the boiler room

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Bringing the pellet boiler into the boiler room

This section describes the prerequisites as well as the working sequence required.

1.

Transport

2.

Notes on bringing the unit into the building

3.

Casing parts

4.

Dismantling the casing parts

7.1 Transport

MEco supplies the pellet boiler on a pallet. The pellet boiler is ready to be connected up.

The control unit for the boiler controller and the operating drvice is integrated into the control panel.

The ash box and the optional external ash box with de-ashing system and the flue tube connections are supplied in separate packages. These need to be installed on-site.

If it is not possible to bring the boiler into the building at ground level, then you can remove the casing, the burner, the hopper and the boiler controller. This will reduce the weight of the unit and make it easier to carry.

Contamination and corrosion

Make sure that the pellet boiler is located under a roof if it needs to be stored outside before it is transported/brought into the building.

7.2 Notes on bringing the unit into the building

Before bringing the unit into the building, check the dimensions of all doors to ensure that the boiler has sufficient clearance and can be set up properly.

Minimum door width — max. unit dimension

PE, PES

PE, PES

PES

12, 15, 20

25, 32

36, 48, 56

27 1/2 inch

29 3/4 inch

31 1/8 inch

Boiler dimensions

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Boiler size

B – Overall width of pellet boiler

C – Width of boiler casing

H – Height of boiler casing

D – Height of pellet suction system in in in in

PE(S)

12

44 1/2

27 1/2

43

55

PE(S)

15

44 1/2

27 1/2

43

55

PE(S)

20

44 1/2

27 1/2

43

55

PE(S)

25

46 3/4

29 3/4

51

63

PE(S)

32

46 3/4

29 3/4

51

63

F – Height of suction filling unit

T – Depth of boiler casing

V – Depth of burner casing in in in

12

32

20

12

32

20

12

32

20

12

34 1/4

20

12

34 1/4

20

E – Flue gas tube connection height in 25 1/2 25 1/2 25 1/2 33 1/4 33 1/4

A – Height of suply/return

R – Diameter of flue gas tube in 35 3/4 35 3/4 35 3/4 43 3/4 43 3/4 in 5 5 5 6 6

PE(S)

36

51

34

61

73

12

39

20

41

52

7

Boiler Weight

Boiler size

PE(S)

12

PE(S)

15

PE(S)

20

PE(S)

25

PE(S)

32

PE(S)

36

PE(S)

48

PE(S)

56

858 858 858 1003 1003 1430 1430 1430 Weight of boiler packaged on pallet with wooden frame

Weight of boiler with casing, hopper and burner

Weight of boiler without casing, hopper and burner

Lb

Lb

Lb

631

529

631

529

631

529

756

664

756

664

1120

930

1120

930

1120

930

Minimum clearance dimensions required

Note

To install the heating system properly and ensure economical operation, you need to make sure that minimum clearance dimensions indicated below are observed when setting up the boiler. In addition, make sure that

legislation in your country is complied with relating to the minimum clearance of the flue gas tube.

PE(S)

48

51

34

61

73

12

39

20

41

52

7

PE(S)

56

51

34

61

73

12

39

20

41

52

7

a b c d e

Min. clearance of flue gas connection

Min. clearance of side of boiler

Min. clearance of front of boiler

Min. clearance of side of burner inch inch inch inch

18

5

28

12

Min. ceiling height inch 73

Note

Place the boiler according to the minimum clearances to the flue tube connection piece as defined in NFPA 31 (distance of 18”).

Make sure that you also comply with local legal regulations.

For clearances required for floor protection, see following page.

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7.3 Flooring

The boiler base or foundation must be perfectly flat and level and must be able to support boiler gross weight. The floor must comply with the requirements of NFPA 31

Generally the boiler should be placed on non-combustible floors. However, a shielding material can be placed underneath the boiler and the chimney connector in the case of a combustible floor like shown on the following drawing.

1

2

3

Boiler base plate

Spacer

Shielding material

The spacer must be able to support the weight of the boiler and has to be non combustable. The shielding material must be equivalent to a ½” micro board with a K-value of 0.49 (W/m K) (R-value of 1.02 K m2/W) or greater. For detailed material specifications and offering contact your MEco technician!

Risk of fire

The flooring needs to extend out to the clearances on the chart below.

Minimum clearances of shielding material required for floor protection

inch 4 Min. clearance of the shielding material from the boiler back – Note also the local restrictions in your area (a)

Min. clearance of the shielding material from the boilers left side panel (b) inch 8

Min. clearance of the shielding material from the boilers front panel (c) inch 16

Min. clearance of the shielding material from the boilers right side panel (d) inch 8

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7.4 Casing parts

The boiler is protected by a casing on all sides. The casing parts prevent contact with hot, moving and live components.

They also give MEco pellet boilers a unique appearance.

3

4

5

6

1

2

Boiler casing cover

Boiler rear panel

Boiler side panel without opening

Boiler door panel (semi-circle)

Boiler front panel (semi-circle)

Boiler front panel (straight)

7

8

Boiler side panel with opening

Burner side panel (same as 11)

9 Burner lug without opening

10 Burner cover suction system

11

Burner side panel (same as 8)

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7.5 Removing the casing, the hopper and the burner

Dismantle the pellet boiler as far as necessary if site conditions require, so that the unit can be brought safely into the building.

The complete dismantling of all components described here is divided into the following sections:

1.

Dismantling the burner casing

2.

Dismantling the hopper

3.

Dismantling the burner

4.

Dismantling the boiler door

5.

Dismantling the boiler casing

7.5.1 Dismantling the burner casing

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7.5.2 Dismantling the hopper

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7.5.3 Dismantling the burner

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7.5.4 Dismantling the boiler door

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7.5.5 Dismantling the boiler casing

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Note

Before dismantling the rear panel burner contact–BR1, boiler controlled pump–RES 2, emergency stop heating–NOT; power supply–Netz must be disconnected and routed back. See picture number 2

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External de-ashing system

MEco offers an automatic external de-ashing system.

1.

Description of de-ashing system

2.

How the de-ashing system works

3.

Installating the de-ashing system

4.

Emptying the de-ashing system

8.1 Description of de-ashing system

The de-ashing system compresses the ash and conveys it from the ash chamber into the ash box. The ash box enables the ash to be easily disposed off without creating dust.

1

2

3

4

Turnstile with agitator, door plate and mounting bolts

Ash box with single-hand lever

Mounting frame

Cable duct with mounting bolts

5

6

7

8

Ash container

Sub-assembly with extractor auger and cable

Extended nuts to secure the sub-assembly

1 pack of bio-bags

Note

All components for the de-ashing system are packaged in a separate box which is shipped together with the boiler. Open the box and check that all parts are available before starting work.

8.2 How the de-ashing system works

The de-ashing system is fully automatic. A dedicated motor in the sub-assembly of the de-ashing system drives the de-ashing auger. Its function is controlled and tested by the boiler controller.

The motor in the sub-assembly of the de-ashing system drives the de-ashing auger and the turnstile agitator arm. The agitator arm conveys the ash to the de-ashing auger. The de-ashing auger conveys the ash from the ash chamber into the ash box.

When the ashbox is full then the alarm text "Ash" appears on the display of the boiler controller. If you do not empty the ash box, the completes a futher 3 de-ashing sequences before failing. The boiler controller then displays the alarm text "Ash box full". The heating system switches off. The heating system switches back on again automatically after the ash box has been emptied.

For pellets with a very high ash content, it is necessary to extend the duration of the de-ashing process and possibly also reduce the time interval between de-ashing processes. This can be done using parameters P195 and P196.

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DE-ASHING PARAMETER

Parameter Display on screen

P195

P196

Min running time ash

Ash comp.

duration

Description

Burner run time until start of next de-ashing attempt

Duration of de-ashing process

PE(S) 12–20

120 min

3 min

FACTORY SETTINGS

PE(S) 25–32

80 min

3 min

PES 36–56

45 min

5 min

Note

The de-ashing system compresses the ash and conveys it from the ash chamber into the ash box. How frequently you need to empty the ash box depends on pellet consumption and the ash content of the pellets.

8.3 Installing the de-ashing system

MEco recommends installing the de-ashing system after the boiler has been brought in, but before the boiler casing is fitted. The de-ashing system has to be installed before the burner casing is assembled.

Installation of the de-ashing system is divided into the following steps:

1.

Bringing in and installing the de–ashing system on the base plate

2.

Installing the de-ashing auger, fitting the sub-assembly and mounting the door plate

3.

Installing the burner side casing with cut-out and electrical connection

4.

Assembling the pellet boiler and activating the ash box

8.3.1 Bringing in and installing de–ashing system on the base plate

Note

5: Replace the screw with the base in a horizontal position.

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8.3.2 Installing the ash auger, fitting the sub-assembly and mounting the door plate

Note

Do not tighten the screws firmly (picture 7). Tighten the screws firmly only after working step in picture 11.

The ash auger engage with the gear must be so that the agitator moves freely.

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8.3.3 Installing the burner side casing with cut-out and electrical connection

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8.3.4 Assembling the pellet boiler and activating the ash box

Note

Refer to the section on bringing the pellet boiler into the boiler room for detailed instructions on assembling the hopper, burner and casing components.

Activating the ash box

1.

Switch ON the boiler

2.

Open the Pellematic menu at the control unit by entering the code under parameter 199 in level 200. Then go to

parameter 212: Ash box

3.

Set up the number from 0 to 1

4.

Ash box is activ

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Connecting up the hydraulics

The hydraulic connections are located on the rear side of the boiler.

Risk of explosion

You may connect up the pellet boiler only after an authorised plumber has installed the hydraulic system completely with all safety devices.

Water damage, damage to pellet boiler

Only an authorised plumber may connect up hydraulics on the pellet boiler. Check the hydraulic system for leaks before starting up.

1.

Return water temperature control

The device to increase the return temperature is already integrated into the boiler. You do not need to make any adjustments to this.

2.

Hydraulic schematics

Always refer to the MEco hydraulic schematics when connecting up the pellet boiler. The MEco hydraulic schematics are available from your MEco sales partner or from the MEco website.

3.

Connections

The connections between the pellet boiler and the hydraulic system must be disconnectable.

4.

Drain connection

When you install the pellet boiler, remove the plug from the drain connection (4) and fit a 1/2" diameter shut-off valve.

5.

Thermometer connection

Installing a thermometer at location (3) (submersion sleeve 3.94 in long) enables you to measure the temperature of the return water after the return water temperature control.

Whether this is installed or not, after setting up the pellet boiler you need to remove the cap and fit a 1/2" diameter closure plug at location (3).

1

2

Flow

Return

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4

Thermometer connection

Drain connection

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Connecting up to the power supply

10.1 Terminal box

The terminal box serves for connecting up the power supply, low water cut off, curcuit pump an the summer winter switch.

1....... Terminal box

10.1.1 Wiring diagram - terminal box

The wiring diagrams for the terminal box provide detailed technical information for electricians.

Electric shock

Only an authorised service technician may connect up the pellet boiler to the power supply.

Isolate the entire heating system from the power supply before starting work on the pellet boiler.

General information for the electrician

• Voltage supply 208V: Supply line protection 16A

10.2.4 Boiler protection (control panel): Fuse 5x20: 10A, page 47

• Lightening protection: as there is no possible complete protection against lightening, we suggest fitting a voltage spike surpressorin the building distribution system.

Electrical connection:

USA 208 VAC, 60 Hz, 6A for auger delivery system, 16A for vacuum suction system

EU 230 VAC, 50 Hz, 6A for auger delivery system, 16A for vacuum suction system

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10.2 Plugs on the boiler controller

The designation of the plugs must correspond with the labeling of plug-in positions.

NOT

WR1

WR2

WR3

EWB

RES 1

RES 2

AV

UW

SZ

RM

SM

SI2

TUEB

STB

MA

Netz

SPL

RA

ZW

Designation of the plug-in position

KF

UP

AE2

FRT

8 9

2 3 4

5 6 7

+12 13

RGF

BR1

AK

ES_AV

DE1

KAP_ZW

KAP_RA

BSK

ES_BSK

LUFT

ES

ZUEND

+14 15

7 8

11 12

32 33 34

37 36 35

5 4 3

5 4 3

6 5 4 3 2 1

25 26

11 PE N

6 PE N 3 2 1

22 PE N

47 PE 48

PE N 1

46 PE N

16 15 14 PE N

16 15 14 PE N

49 PE 50

53 PE 54

51 PE 52

N PE 13

N PE 17

N PE 15

20 19

60 61

13 14

19 PE 17

43 41

4 PE N

B A GND 24 V

GND 24V B A

A B GND

Voltage

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt dry contact

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

230 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

24 Volt

Name of sensors, motors and pumps

Boiler sensor

Negative draft measuring

Analog-input 2

Combustion chamber sensor (optional)

Flue gas sensor

Burner contact

Existing boilers

End switch ash box

Not used

Capacitive Sensor – hopper

Capacitive sensor – burner (only for auger system)

Fire protection – motor

Fire protection – end switch

Burner fan

Burner motor

Ignition

Magnetic valve (only for condensing boiler)

Power supply

Vacuum suction system – relay board

Fuel transport system – motor

Suction turbine

Motor hopper – PES 36–56 only

Boiler controlled pump

Motor ashbox

Not used

Flue gas fan

Motor boiler cleaning device

Fault signal relay (max. 5 A)

Not used

Not used

Safety temperature sensor

Emergency stop heating, USA: Low water cut off

Power supply external heating controller

Operating display

Pelletronic heating controller

Not used

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10.2.1 Illustration of sensors, motors and pumps

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Note

RA – Fuel transport system – is connected differently according to the storage system.

1 Textile tank – RA has to be connected to the suction switch.

2 Textile tank with vibration plate

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10.2.2 Cable routing

Reroute cables after dismantling the casing or other system components.

Electric shock

Isolate the entire heating system from the power supply before starting work on the pellet boiler.

Note the following points to ensure the cables are routed securely:

Cables must not be routed:

• over moving parts,

• over hot parts,

• or over sharp edges.

Cables must be:

• routed in the cable ducts provided and

• through cable leadthroughs,

• tied together,

• and secured with cable ties at the points provided.

• Power cables must be routed in the right-hand duct and sensor cables must be routed in the left-hand duct.

Electric shock

Check cables for damage.

Replace any cables that are damaged.

Damage to the boiler controller

Before fitting the casing components, make sure that the cable plug connector codes match the socket codes.

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Cable routing from the boiler controller to the components

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Cable routing from the boiler controller to the components

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10.2.3 Wiring diagrams – boiler controller

The wiring diagrams for the boiler control unit provide detailed technical information for electricians.

Electric shock

Only an authorised service technician may connect up the pellet boiler to the power supply.

Isolate the entire heating system from the power supply before starting work on the pellet boiler.

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10.2.4 Fuses - boiler controller

The control unit is protected against short circuits by fuses which are in the control panel (under the front boiler panel).

on the boiler control unit card, behind the coloured front boiler panel are some spare fuses.

Damage of property

If you change microfuses, ensure correct current rating

4

5

6

1

2

3

F3: Safety fuse (24V area) 1,25A

F2: Safety fuse for external display 0,63A

F1: Safety fuse (230/208V area) 6,3A

F1: Safety fuse for suction turbine 10A

F2: Safety fuse for pellets delivery motor 4A

Spare safety fuses (5mmx20mm)

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Operating the pellet boiler

The pellet heating system is an automatic heating system. All pellet feed system and combustion system sequences are regulated automatically using an electronic boiler controller and heating controller.

11.1 Operating the heating system

Damage caused due to incorrect operation or incorrect settings.

Only trained operators may use the heating system.

Make sure no unauthorised persons enter the central heating room. Keep children away from the central heating room and storage room.

Property damage

The allowed temperature of the boiler controller is 40 to

122°F.

Fire risk

Keep the ash removal door closed while the boiler is in operation.

11.2 Description of the control panel

The control panel is located underneath the flap above the door of the boiler.

Note

Summer/winter switch does not

exist with an integrated Pelletronic

heating controller

1 Operating device

2 Main switch

3 Safety temperature sensor

4 Summer/winter switch

Operates the boiler controller and the heating controller.

Switches off the heating system including the power supply to the control panel.

Switches the heating system off if the boiler temperature reaches 203°F. The heating controller remains active.

0 – Summer: boiler operates if the connected domestic hot water thermostat is closed.

1 – Winter: boiler operates on the adjusted boiler temperature.

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11.3 Description operating device

The operating device operates the heating controller and the boiler controller.

3

4

1

2

Thumbwheel

Enter

ESC

Chimney sweep

Select and change values

Confirm

Return

Used to monitor flue gas

Start screen:

The display shows the following data during operation: e g a c

Date

Temperature outside

Heating system mode

Command line

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Time

Boiler temperature

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11.4 Setting language, date and time

Setting the language (The factory setting for the language is German)

Note

Do not choose English – Choose USA!

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11.5 Menu configuration

The operating device is used to operate the boiler controller and the heating controller

Note

The heating controller menu levels are only enabled if a Pelletronic heating controller is installed.

Damage to property and loss of warranty

Do not change any of the factory settings or settings in the protected parameter level

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Note

The heating controller functions are described in the Pelletronic Plus instruction manual.

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Starting up for the first time

After bringing in the boiler, connecting up the hydraulics and power supply, the unit can be started up for the first time.

Note

The unit must be started up for the first time by an authorised MEco service technician.

Before starting up the pellet boiler, the following settings must be made in the sequence specified below:

1.

Adjust power rating

2.

Settings in the boiler control unit

3.

Output test - test all motors

4.

Settings in heating controller (if installed)

5.

Start the pellet boiler

Use the checklist enclosed to document the start-up procedure.

Property damage

The allowed temperature of the boiler controller is 40 to

122°F.

12.1 Adjusting power rating

On MEco pellet boilers the effective heat exchanger area can be changed within a unti range. This involves opening or closing the heat exchanger tubes. The power rating of the pellet boiler is adjusted as a result. MEco supplies the pellet boilers in one type group with the power rating shown below. If the condition as shipped is different from the power rating on the data plate supplied, then the service technician must adjust the power rating before starting up for the first time.

12.1.1 Installing the turbulators and closure plugs

The heat exchanger in the pellet boiler has between 12 and 36 heat exchanger tubes, depending on the size of the boiler. Springs are installed inside the heat exchanger tubes to clean the tubes as well as act as turbulators.

Increasing the boiler power rating

1.

Remove the closure plugs from the ends of the heat exchanger tubes.

2.

Insert the turbulators supplied into the heat exchanger tubes.

3.

Hook the turbulators onto the ring of the cleaning system.

Reducing the boiler power rating

1.

Unhook the turbulators from the ring of the cleaning system.

2.

Remove the cleaning springs/turbulators from the heat exchanger tubes.

3.

Close off the heat exchanger tubes using the closure plugs supplied.

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Number of cleaning springs (tubulators) to be removed/installed:

Boiler power ratings as per data plate

41,000 BTU/h

51,000 BTU/h

68,300 BTU/h

No. of springs

10

12

16

Delivery status power rating

68,300 BTU/h

68,300 BTU/h

68,300 BTU/h

No. of springs

16

16

16

85,300 BTU/h

109,500 BTU/h

16

20

109,500 BTU/h

109,500 BTU/h

20

20

123,000 BTU/h

164,000 BTU/h

191,000 BTU/h

30

32

36

191,000 BTU/h

191,000 BTU/h

191,000 BTU/h

36

36

36

Remove 6 turbulators

Remove 4 turbulators

No adjustment required

Remove 4 turbulators

No adjustment required

Remove 6 turbulators

Remove 4 turbulators

No adjustment required

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12.1.2 Adjusting the boiler controller

The boiler controller must be adjusted to match the changed boiler power rating.

Parameter level 200

Open the menu Pellematic at the operating device. Parameter level 200 is exclusively for customer service technicians and MEco employees. You access parameter level 200 by entering the code in parameter P199. The code for parameter level 200 is the sum of day plus hour, e.g. : Day: 26/ 08/ 2009 and hour: 14:30:47; (26 + 14 = 40) results in the code: 26

+ 14 = 40.

Then go to parameter 265 and adjust the boiler power rating

Parameter

P265

Display on screen

Power level

P265: level 15

Description

Adjusting the boiler power rating

Adjus table

yes

Factory setting

15/25/36

Note

The setting for parameter 265 is the factory setting for the boiler power rating

12.2 Settings in the boiler controller

Parameters that you must adjust to the relevant boiler type.

P265

P263

P202

P212

P270

P213

Adjusting the boiler power rating

Setting the boiler setpoint temperature, default 175°F

Setting the switch-off temperature, default 185°F

Activating the de-ashing system, if installed

Activating the flame sensor, if installed (optional)

Activating the level detection system, if weighting cells are installed (optional)

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12.3 Output test

The output test is designed to test all outputs connected to the system (e.g. all motors, the alarm signal relay, the solenoid valve and the recirculation pump).

Parameter level 200

Open the menu Pellematic at the operating device. Parameter level 200 is exclusively for customer service technicians and MEco employees. You access parameter level 200 by entering the code in parameter P199. The code for parameter level 200 is the sum of day plus hour, e.g. : Day: 26/ 08/ 2009 and hour: 14:30:47; (26 + 14 = 40) results in the code: 26

+ 14 = 40

Then go to parameter 203 to test all outputs.

Parameter

P203

Display on screen

Output test

P203: Enter

Description

Output test - using the thumbwheel you can select each individual output. Press Enter to switch the output on. The current power draw is shown for motors. Press Enter again to switch the output off. The outputs for the suction fan and the air blower can be increased by 20% each time the button is pressed. Once you have reached 100%, the next press of the button returns the setting to 0%. Exit the output test menu at the bottom of the list.

Adjus table

yes

Factory setting

Outputs/motors

Designation

Burner motor

ES

Suction turb

ZW

Fuel tr sys M

RA

De-ashing motor

AV (optional for PE

12–32)

Burner plate de-ashing motor

AV (optional for PE

12–32)

Burner fan

LUFT

Check if

the motor that feeds pellets to the burner is running

If not, then check if

• the burner motor is connected

• the burner motor rotates easily

• the motor is defective the suction turbine at the hopper is running • the suction turbine is connected

• the fuse is defective

• the motor is defective the fuel transport system – motor is running • the fuel transport system motor is connected

• the fuel transport system motor rotates easily

• the fuel transport system motor is defective

• the de–ashing system is switched on (P212) the motor de–ashing system is running

• the de–ashing system is properly located and locked in position

• the de–ashing system is correctly wired up the burner plate de-ashing motor is running • the burner plate de-ashing system is switched on (P212)

• the burner plate de-ashing system is properly located and locked in position the burner fan is running

Note

You can set 5 power levels:

20/40/60/80/100)

• the burner plate de-ashing system is correctly wired up

• the wiring is correct

• the motor is defective

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Magnet valve

MA

Flue gas fan

SZ

Boil clean M

RM

Malfunc relay

SM

Ignition

ZUEND

Fire pro sys

BSK

Boiler cont P

RES2

Hopper M

RES1 the magnetic valve switches over and you can hear it click

Note

Condensing boiler only

the flue gas fan is running

Note

You can set 5 power levels:

20/40/60/80/100 the cleaning motor raises and releases the cleaning springs

• the scrubber is connected

• the scrubber is defective

• the wiring is correct

• the motor is defective the malfunction relay switches on and off: you can hear it clicking on and off the electrode is working: you can view the current draw at the control unit after it has been switched on.

the fire protection ball valve(orange motor on burner) opens

• the terminal bolts on the shaft are tight

• the motor is defective

• the wiring is correct

• the malfunction relay is defective

• the wiring is correct

• Check the ignition electrode

• the wiring is correct

• the ball valve moves easily

• the motor is defective

• the wiring is correct

• the boiler controlled pump is defective the boiler controlled pump is running

Note

only possible if the boiler controlled pump is connected the hopper motor that feeds pellets from the hopper to the burner auger is running

-only on PES 36 – 56

• the burner motor is connected

• the burner motor rotates easily

• the motor is defective

The system is ready for operation after all outputs/motors have been throughly tested

Note

In order to find the sensors, motors or pumps on the boiler look 10.2 Plugs on the boiler controller

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12.4 Parameter level 100

You can use this parameter to adjust the function of the pellet heating system. Parameter level 100 has 99 values, from

100 – 199. Not all parameters are implemented. Parameters that are not used are also not displayed on the operating device.

How to come to parameter level 100

Note

There are adjustable parameters and non-adjustable parameters. To change adjustable parameters, press Enter to go into edit mode. Pressing Enter has no effect on non-adjustable parameters.

The control unit automatically returns to the start screen if you have not made any entries for the last 10 minutes.

Changing a parameter

1.

Select a parameter using the thumbwheel.

2.

Press Enter

3.

►Parameter appears in brackets◄

4.

Change the value of the parameter using the thumb wheel

5.

Confirm by pressing Enter

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Description of parameter

Parameter

P100

Display on screen Description

Exit

P100: Enter

P101

Standard display:

• Press ENTER once — displays boiler temperature

• Press ENTER again — displays day, date, time, version of

PLC program and power rating setting.

Serial number of CMP controller.

P104

Serial number

P101: 00081

Continuous mode

P104: Enter

P105

Pressing ENTER activates the continuous operation function.

First of all the fire protection system on the burner opens the fire protection flap (BSK) – this process takes approx. 2 min.

The burner motor then runs continuously, transporting pellets to the burner plate.

The pellet auger also runs continuously on heating systems fitted with an auger fuel transport system.

Current boiler temperature

P106

P107

P109

P110

Boiler temp.

P105: 145°F

Flue gas temp.

P106: 242°F

AGT/FRT temp.

P107: 1009°F

Controller temp.

P109: 73°F

Cap. hopper

P110: 0

Current flue gas temperature

Combustion chamber temperature (displayed only if NiCrNi flame sensor is connected)

Current temperature of boiler controller circuit board

P111

P112

Cap. burner

P111: 2

Capacitive sensor on hopper:

0 = material available

1 = no material available

Note

Displayed on vacuum-type conveyor systems

Optional on auger-type systems

Capacitive sensor on burner:

2 = material available

0 = no material available

Number of system burner starts

P113

P114

P115

P116

Burner starts

P112: 345x

Burner run time

P113: 3562h

Average run time

P114: 127m

Downtime

P115: 3267m

Burner run time in hours

Average run time per burner start

Time expired since last burner stop. This value also applies to the boiler being switched off intermittently. The maximum value is 65000 min

Run time of burner auger in tenths of a second.

P117

P118

Run time

P116: 96zs

Rest time

P117: 80zs

Current air flow rate P118: 39%

Rest time of burner auger in tenths of a second.

Burner fan power in percent.

Adjus table

yes no no no no no no no no no no no no no no

Factory setting

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P119

P120

P124

P125

P126

P130

P131

P132

P133

P134

P135

P136

P137

P138

P152

Current flue gas

P119: 30%

Current ignition

P120: 128s

Comb ch setpoint

P124: 1472°F

Flue gas fan power in percent.

Current ignition time

This is 0 if the ignition is not active.

Combustion chamber setpoint

Displayed on while combustion chamber temperature control is active and the combustion chamber sensor is connected.

Displays negative draft in the combustion chamber.

no no no no

Negative draft

P125: 60EH

Analog input 2

P126: 45%

AGT ign/comb.

P130: 212°F

Flue gas min.

P131: 212°F not implemented no

Current weight

P132: 74kg

Current weight

P133: 74kg

Low weight lim

P134: 0kg

Weight hopper

P135: 0kg

Pellet level

P136: 0

Refill capacity

P137: 0kg

Minimum flue gas temperature as condition for ignition and combustion chamber control.

Displayed only with flue gas sensor connected.

The minimum flue gas temperature for the boiler controller.

If the temperature falls below the minimum flue gas temperature, the boiler increases the power independently of the boiler temperature. Displayed only with flue gas sensor connected

Displayed only, if P233 is 1.

Display of the current weight in the FleXILO textile tank.

Displayed only, if P233 is 2.

Display of the current weight in the storage room.

Displayed only, if P233 is 1 or 2.

The threshold value, the minimum weight for a warning message, can be varied. The warning message appears on the operating device and disappears when the filling weight is above the set minimum weight.

Displayed only, if P233 is 2.

Display of the current weight in the hopper.

Displayed only, if P233 is 3.

Display of the pellet level

1 = full

0 = empty – warning message displayed on the operating device.

Displayed only, if P233 is 3.

no yes

Save capacity

P138: 0

Motors

P152: Enter

Set the filling capacity after refilling the storage

Displayed only, if P233 is 3.

Save the set filling capacity. By turning to 1 the filling capacity is added to the actual weight and P137 is reset to 0

Pressing ENTER takes you to the motors sub-menu. Select a motor using the thumbwheel. The following data are displayed for each motor connected: mA-actual, Volt-actual, mA-minimum-setpoint, mA-maximum-setpoint, operating hours, time duration that the motor may operate outside the

Min-Max values before an alarm is triggered. The Min-Max values and time duration are adjustable.

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P160

P161

P162

P163

P164

P170

P171

P172

P173

Fuel Corr.

P160: Step:00

Ext Auger delay

P161: 0

Modulation level

P162: 17

Flue gas measure

P163: 0

Flue gas meas ti

P105: 20m

Burner start

P170: 0

The burner auger running duration is calculated automatically by the PLC depending on the rated power and the boiler setpoint temperature. The burner motor is controlled accordingly. You can reduce or increase the value calculated by the PLC 10 steps up or down.

Delay of the extraction auger in compare to the burner auger

– only for Auger delivery systems.

Current modulation level of boiler.

You can set the modulation level to measure the flue gas if

P 163 flue gas measurement is active.

If flue gas measurement is active, the modulation level of the boiler is switched off. This can be set in P162. This remains fixed for the duration of the activation.

0 = inactive

1 = active – minimum power

17= maximum power.

Note

After 20 minutes has expired, (P164) the flue gas measurement finishes automatically.

Max. duration of flue gas measurement

Displayed only if P163=1

Select between 2 types of burner control: yes yes yes yes yes

0: Pellet boiler runs inline with the burner demand signals from the heating controller

Malfunction output

P171: 0

Flashing time

P172: 20s

Flashing pulse

P173: 1

1: Pellet boiler starts, if it receives a single pulse from the heating controller and switches off when the switch-off temperature is reached.

When a malfunction occurs the boiler controller triggers the malfunction relay. The potential-free contact (output SM 20

19) enables the alarms to be displayed using an external malfunction system (230V). You can select the following functions:

0: The contact closes when a malfunction occurs – normally open

1: When a malfunction occurs the contact opens and closes in flashing pulses.

1 pulse = all other malfunction

2 pulses = one of the sensors is defective

3 pulses = one of the motors is defective

4 impulses = safety temperature sensor Emergency OFF

2:If a malfunction occurs the contact opens – normally closed

3: When malfunction "Ash box full" occurs a flashing pulse is signalled and all malfunction contacts closes

Note

If a remote maintenance system is implemented then an SMS text is transmitted for each flashing contact.

Flashing time for warning "Ash!", parameter 171 must be set to 3.

Flashing pulse for warning "Ash!", screen must indicate 3 for the fault display.

yes yes yes

0

17

0

20

0

0

20

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P181

P183

P184

P185

P180 Function RES2

P180: 2

Power RES2

P181: 100%

Runout time

P183: 6h

Ash auger speed

P184: 0 rpm

Run time suction

P185: 80m

Output boiler controlled pump RES2 (230V): is used to control a accumulator pump, etc.

1 = release the output when minimum boiler temperature is exceeded (P281)

2 = release the output when minimum boiler temperature is exceeded (P281) and burner is requested (burner runout time approx. 30 minutes, P280, value adjustable yes

Display power draw of boiler controlled pump during pulse mode

Remaining burner runout time(hours) after malfunction text

"ash box full" until total switch-off.

Displays speed of de-ashing auger no yes no

Run time (minuts) of burner auger until next suction interval no

P186

P187

P188

P189

P190

P191

P192

P193

P194

P195

P196

Suction time total

P186: 68h

Frequ RA vacuum

P187: 60s

Pause RA vacuum

P188: 0s

Cleaning hour 1

P189: -1h

Cleaning hours 2

P190: 20h

Operating hours of suction turbine, only on vacuum systems.

no

Frequency for storage room suction systems in pulse mode, only for vacuum systems - only if parameter 188 < 0

Pause time for storage room extractor motor - suction system in pulse mode. If pause time = 0 then no pulse mode.

In parameter 190 you can set an additional boiler cleaning time. The value to be set is the time (full hour) at which the boiler cleaning sequence is to be performed.

Example: 10h = additional boiler cleaning at 10:00.

–1h = no additional cleaning sequence will be performed.

The value to be set is the time (full hour) at which the boiler cleaning sequence is to be performed.

Example: 20h = additional boiler cleaning sequence to be performed at 20:00.

yes yes yes yes

Note

On vacuum systems the hopper is also filled at the same time, regardless of whether it is empty or not.

Minimum running time (hours) of boiler until next cleaning sequence.

Duration of the boiler cleaning sequence in seconds.

yes yes

Min run time RM

P191: 12h

Cleaning duration

P192: 120s

Min run time scrubbing

P193: 6h

Scrubbing duration

P194: 45s

Min run time ash

P195: 120min

Ash duration

P196: 3min

Minimum running time (hours) of boiler until next cleaning of heat exchanger - only on condensing boilers.

Duration of scrubbing low temperature heat exchanger - only

on condensing boilers.

Minimum running time of boiler until next de-ashing procedure, value adjustable - parameter available only when external de-ashing system is connected.

Duration of running time (minuts) of ash auger, value adjustable, parameter for external de-ashing system only.

yes yes

2

6

60

0

-1

20

12

120

6

45

120/80/45

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P197

P198 see below see below

Status display of INPUTS*

Status display of OUTPUTS*

P199 Level 2 Code

P199: 0

Level 2 - Customer service level MEco, input code

P 197 — Status display of inputs

yes yes no

E

F

C

D

A

B

G

H

Capacitive sensor hopper

Capacitive sensor RA

Fire protection system open

Fire protection system closed

Burner motor

Fuel transport system motor

Burner request

Input existing boiler

P 198 — Status display of outputs

O

P

M

N

I

J

K

L

Limit switch external ash box

Suction circuit board safety relay

Safety temperature system

Low H2O not implemented not implemented

Suction turbine not implemented

E

F

C

D

A

B

G

H

Burner fan

Burner motor not implemented not implemented

Malfunction relay

Flue gas fan

Ash box motor

Fuel transport system motor

O

P

M

N

I

J

K

L

Magnetic valve

Fire protection system not implemented not implemented

Boiler cleaning motor

Boiler controlled pump RES2

Suction turbine

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12.5 Parameter level 200

Parameter level 200 is exclusively for customer service technicians and MEco employees. You access parameter level

200 by entering the code in parameter P199. The code for parameter level 200 is the sum of day plus hour, e.g. : Day:

26/ 08/ 2009 and hour: 14:30:47; (26 + 14 = 40) results in the code: 26 + 14 = 40

You can use this parameter to adjust the function of the pellet heating system. Parameter level 200 has 99 values, from

200 – 299. Not all parameters are implemented. Parameters that are not used are also not displayed on the operating device.

There are adjustable parameters and non-adjustable parameters. Press Enter to switch adjustable parameters to edit mode.

Note

The control system automatically switches back to the standard display if you do not make any entries for 30 minutes. After a further 30 minutes the backlight on the screen switches off.

Changing a parameter

1.

Select a parameter using the thumbwheel.

2.

Press Enter

3.

►Parameter appears in brackets◄

4.

Change the value of the parameter using the thumb wheel

5.

Confirm by pressing Enter

Note

Pressing Enter has no effect on non-adjustable parameters.

Description of parameter

Parameter

P200

Display on screen Description

Press Enter to access level 1

Adjus table

no

Factory setting

P202

P203

Level 1

P200: Enter

Switch-off temp

P202: 185°F

Output test

P203: Enter yes yes

185

P204

P205

P206

P207

Malfunctions

P204: Enter

Maintenance month

P205: 0

Maintenance day

P206: 0

Flue gas temp Max

P207: 238°F

The boiler switches off when it reaches the switch-off temperature

Output test - using the thumbwheel you can select each individual output. Press Enter to switch the output on.

The current power draw is shown for motors. Press again to switch the output off. The outputs for the flue gas fan and the air blower can be increased by 20% each time the button is pressed. Once you have reached 100%, the next press of the button returns the setting to 0%. Exit the output test menu at the bottom of the list.

Page through the malfunction fault text archive using the thumbwheel. When the alarm text archive is full, the next alarm text overwrites the oldest alarm text.

Press Enter to return to the parameter level

Month in which the display indicates maintenance to performed on boiler

0 – maintenance text deactivated

Day on which the maintenance message is displayed on the boiler.

0 – maintenance text deactivated

Displays the highest flue gas temperature recorded so far; can be reset to 0.

no yes yes yes

0

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P208

P209

P210

P211

P212

P213

P214

P215

P216

P217

P218

FRT limit ++

P208: 30%

FRT limit – –

P209: 80%

Cap. hopper active

P210: 1

Only enabled if parameter P270 combustion chamber temperature control is activated. If the combustion chamber temperature does not reach the setpoint, the duration for the burner auger switching on is increased by a maximum of this percentage.

Only enabled if parameter P270 combustion chamber temperature control is activated. If the combustion chamber temperature exceeds the setpoint, the duration for the burner auger switching on is reduced by a maximum of this percentage.

Here you can activate the capacitive sensor for the hopper on the suction system. If an auger with textile tank with oscillating floor is implemented, the capacitive sensor for the hopper is located on the excentric motor.

Kap RA is always active at auger systems yes yes yes yes Cap. RA active

P211: 0

Ash box

P212: 0

Deashing

P213: 0

Neg. draft Min

P214: 32EH

Neg. draft Max

P215: 300EH

Neg. draft scrubber

P216: 35EH

Neg. draft time

P217: 60s

Neg. draft setpoint

P218: 60EH

Here you can activate the de-ashing system. If Parameter

212 is active, Parameter 213 is not displayed. If you have also an burner plate deashing system (optional for PE(S)

12–32) it runs with the de-ashing system.

0 = inactive, 1 = active

Note

Does not start the boiler more than five days, on

Friday 12.00 a.m. the de-ashing system runs for

3/5 minutes.

Here you can activate the burner plate deashing system

0 = inactive, 1 = active

If Parameter 213 is active, Parameter 212 is not displayed

If the negative draft inside the combustion chamber falls below the minimum value for longer than 1 Minute (P217), the system switches to fault mode. Value = 0 negative draft supervision inactive. (Displayed only with negative draft measuring connected)

Maximum negative draft in combustion chamber. If this is exceeded for longer than 1 minute (P217), the system switches to fault mode. (Displayed only with negative draft measuring connected)

Min. negative draft of scrubber system only on condensing boiler systems. If the value falls below the minimum negative draft then the system switches to fault mode. If a value below 10 is set, the scrubber switches on according to the value set in P 193 and P 194.

If the negative draft inside the combustion chamber falls below the minimum value for longer than the set supervision time, the system goes to fault mode and displays "Negative draft".

If the negative draft in the combustion chamber falls below the setpoint, the speed of the flue gas fan is increased. If the negative draft increases then the speed of the flue gas fan is reduced again. Value = 0, negative draft supervision inactive. (Displayed only with negative draft measuring connected) yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

30

80

1

1

0/0/1

0

32/32/45

300

35

60

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P221

P222

P223

P224

P225

P226

P228

P229

P230

P231

P233

P234

P235

Min. downtime

P221: 60m

Auger dur. ign

P222: 50zs

Auger pause ign

P223: 20zs

Fan rpm ign

P224: 100%

Suction ign

P225: 100%

Hyst. flue temp.

P226: 50°F

The electronic ignition is not activated if the burner attempts to start within the set duration after the last burner stop.

Running duration of burner auger during the ignition phase, specified in tenths of a second

Pause duration of burner auger during the ignition phase, specified in tenths of a second

Speed of burner fan during ignition phase.

Speed of flue gas fan during ignition phase.

yes yes yes yes yes

Combustion ch. min.

P228: 248°F

Fan run on

P229: 420s

AGT++LL off

P230: 58°F

AGT++ SZ off

P231: 22°F

P233: 0

P234: 0 kg

P235: 0 kg

For ignition to take place successfully, the flue gas temperature must exceed the boiler temperature by Hyst.

flue gas temperature.

Setpoint of combustion chamber temperature for successful ignition.

Combustion chamber temperature 248°F, only when combustion chamber sensor is active P270

Minimum run on time (seconds) of burner fan after switching off.

After the minimum run on time has expired, the combustion air fan continues to run until the flue gas temperature is lower than the boiler temperature + the temperature value set: e.g.: boiler temperature = 169°F + 58°F = 227°F switch-off temperature.

After the minimum run on time has expired, the flue gas fan continues to run until the flue gas temperature is lower than the boiler temperature + the temperature value set: e.g.: boiler temperature = 169°F + 22°F = 191°F switch-off temperature.

Activation of the level detection system

1.....Level detection system using weighing cells for

FleXILO textile tanks.

2.....Level detection system using weighing cells at the hopper for storage rooms.

3.....Level detection system using a capacitive sensor for storage rooms and FleXilo textile tanks.

Displayed only, if P233 is 1.

Set the display of the current weight to 0 by putting in the negative of the current weight shown in P 132. Therefore you have to turn the thumbweel left.

Displayed only, if P233 is 2.

Set the display of the current weight to 0 by putting in the negative of the current weight of the hopper shown in P

132. Therefore you have to turn the thumbweel left.

yes yes yes yes yes

248

420

58

22

60

50

20

100

100

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P236 CF Logger

P236: 0

P237

P238

Sample time

P237: 60s

Param. -> CF

P238: 0

P239

CF -> Param.

P239: 0

P242

Activates the data logger on the CF card. This can only be activated if a CF card is located in the relevant socket.

Display:

• -1 – no CF card in socket 0 CF card in socket, logger not active

• 1 – CF card in socket and logger program is running

Records the current status and malfunctions of KT, RGT,

FRT, ES, PA, LL, SZ, UP providing sensors are connected.

(Displays parameters only with CF card)

The recording interval of the data archive in seconds

(displays parameters only with CF card)

Outputs the current parameter values of the CF card. The file name is the 5-figure PLC number (Pxxxxx_0.csv). This is marked on the label in the CF socket. (Display only with

CF card inserted) yes yes yes yes

0

0

60

0

Damage to property

Do not change the format of the output file from

"Startkennung &&&" onwards. You may only change the numerical values. Do not enter any new lines, no semi-colons, spaces or other characters. The values are checked for plausibility, not for parameter numbers. (Display only with CF card inserted)

Reads in the parameter values from the CF card. The file name must be the 5-figure PLC number (Pxxxxx_0.csv).

This is marked on the label in the CF socket and in parameter P101. The best method is to write data to the

CF card using P238 – then edit the export file in Excel or a text editor and then read the data in again. You can insert comments such as the customers name and any special lines of code in front of the text "Startkennung &&&" .

Exception: you cannot use "&"

Enable and disable the outdoor sensor with parameter

P242

PT1000 outdoor sensor at the place of the PT1000 RGF

Sensor Input at:

-Outside temp. . >59°F set value P263: 158°F Stop temp.

P202: P263+11°F

–41°F < Outside temp. <=59°F set value P263: 176°F Stop temp. P202: P263+11°F

–32°F < Outside temp. <=41°F set value P263: 183°F Stop temp. P202: P263+11°F

–14°F < Outside temp. <=32°F set value P263: 183°F Stop temp. P202: P263+11°F

—Outside temp. <14°F set value P263: 192°F Stop temp.

P202: P263+11°F

The parameter Boiler Set t + + / P264 (= correction factor to control temperature), serves to change additionally the set value in the range of +10 to -9 ° (move temperature curve) for example: outside temp. = 28 ° F and parameter P264

+2 ° F set value= 185°F (183°F+2°F)

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P250

P251

P260

Run time BSK

P250: 247 h

No. ignition

P250: 283x

Burner auger ++

P260: 0zs

P261

P262

P263

P264

Air flow rate ++

P261: 0%

Draft ++

P262: 0%"

Boiler set temp

P263: 175°F

Boiler set t++

P265

P266

P267

P268

P269

P270

Power level

P265: level 15

FRT++

P266: 0°F

Amplify

P267: 40%

Reset time

P268: 200s

Derivative time

P269: 20zs

FRT controller

P270: 0

P272 Gain SZ

P272: 40%

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Setting of the heating limit of the boiler. (visible when P242 to 1)

Default = 68 ° F, adjustable from 23 ° F to 95 ° F. If the

Outside temperature is higher than the heating limit no burner request.

Operating hours counter for fire protection system.

no

Displays the number of ignitions with electronic ignition system.

Adjust the running duration of the burner motor during heating at full power. Specified in tenths of a second

(displays parameter only if combustion chamber temperature controller is inactive, P270 = 0)

Adjust the speed of the burner fan during heating at full power.

Adjust the speed of the flue gas fan during heating at full power.

Adjust the boiler set point temperature.

no yes yes yes yes

The parameter P264 causes an external sensor. The parameter P263 is the reference of the controlled temperature and consists of the value of the external sensor and compensation value parameter P264. With parameter P264 you can raise or lower the set point of the external sensor to +10 to -9 ° F, that means you move the start point of the temperature curve.

Example:

Outside temperature: 28 ° F

Correction Parameter P264: +2 ° F

Reference Parameter P263: 30 ° F

Adjust the boiler power rating:

1 level = 3.412 BTU/hr, e.g.: level 15 = 51,000 BTU/hr

Setpoint for controlling the combustion chamber temperature (displays only with activated FRT controller

– P 270 = 1)

P proportion for controlling combustion chamber temperature (displays only with activated FRT controller

– P 270 = 1)

I proportion for controlling combustion chamber temperature (displays only with activated FRT controller

– P 270 = 1)

D proportion for controlling combustion chamber temperature (displays only with activated FRT controller

– P 270 = 1)

The combustion chamber temperature controller can only be activated with the combustion chamber temperature sensor connected.

1 = active

0 = inactive

P proportion for negative draft control in combustion chamber temperature (displays only with connected negative draft controller) yes yes yes yes yes yes yes

0

0

0

175

15/25/36

0

40

200

20

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P273

P274

P280

P281

P282

P283

P284

P285

P293

P294

P295

P296

P297

P298

P299

Reset time SZ

P273: 10s

Derivative SZ

P274: 2 zs

Run on RES2

P280: 15m

Boiler min. temp.

P281: 140°F

Boiler min. hyst.

P281: 5°F

Control range RES2

P283: 9°F

I proportion for negative draft control in combustion chamber temperature (displays only with connected negative draft controller) yes

D proportion for negative draft control in combustion chamber temperature (displays only with connected negative draft controller) yes

Run on time for boiler controlled pump after burner switches off - in minutes yes

Switch-on temperature from boiler-controlled pump output yes

Hysterisis for boiler minimum temperature yes yes

Min speed AV

P284: 2

Control range of output from boiler-controlled pump. The control range starts at the minimum boiler temperature with a speed of 30% and increases to the boiler minimum temperature + control range to 100% speed.

Is the minimum speed of the ash auger in rounds per minute. If the ash auger turns less than 2 rounds per minute, the warning message appears on the operating device.

Burner run time in minutes until filling hopper.

yes no Suction int. setpoint

P295: 175

Pellematic

P293: 1

Hand filling hopper

P294: 0

Delete alarm

P295: 0

Motor code

P296: 0

CF card format

P297: 0

Standard param

P298: 0

Level 3 passw.

P299: 0

Boiler code for cascade connection. It only changes when

2, 3 or 4 Pellematic plugs are plugged in for a cascade system of pellet boilers.

Set whether pellet boiler is installed as boiler with hand filling hopper.

0 = inactive, 1 = active

Note

This parameter is only shown with auger delivery system.

You can delete the alarm archive (P204).

Note

Parameter is automatically reset to 0

A motor remains active until the motor detection starts again. If a motor is connected incorrectly, you can deactivate it again.

Note

Parameter is automatically reset to 0

Format a Compact Flash card. Press Enter to select edit mode. Use menu scroll to set value 1. The formatting process starts. After a short time (1 second) value 1 returns to 0. Formatting finishes. The format process deletes everything on the CF card.

Load standard parameters (default values). Use the menu scroll to set the value to 1. The standard parameters are loaded. After a short time (1 second) value 1 returns to 0.

The parameter loading process finishes. All parameters in levels 100, 200 and 300 are now set to the factory settings.

Access level 3 - level for MEco technical department, enter password no yes yes yes yes yes no

10

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

15

140

5

9

175/200/100

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12.6 List of adjustable parameters

Use this list to enter all changes to factor settings, plus the date the changes were made. Documenting the settings provides a record of changes made to the system.

Parameter list

Parameter

Factory setting

PE(S)

12–20

PE(S)

25–32

PES

36–56

Display on screen only if:

P130 212 212 212 Flue gas sensor is installed

P131 212 212 212 Flue gas sensor is installed

P160 0

P161 60

0

60

0

60 not cap. RA or cap. ZW

P170 0

P171 0

P172 20

P173 1

P180 2

P183 6

1

2

6

0

0

20

1

2

6

0

0

20 P171 = 3

P171 = 3

P187 60

P188 0

P189 -1

P190 20

60

0

-1

20

60

0

-1

20

P191 12 12 12

P192 120 120 120 on a vacuum-type system on a vacuum-type system

P193 6

P194 45

6

45

6

45

P195 120 80 45 with external de-ashing system with external de-ashing system P196 3 3 5

P202 185 185 185

P208 30 30 30

P209

P210

80

1

80

1

0

0

0

32

80

1

1

1

0

45 only with FRT only with FRT vacuum = 1 always active at auger systems P211 0

P212 0

P213

P214

0

32 not implemented with low pressure sensor

P215 300 300 300 with low pressure sensor

P216 35 35 35 with low pressure sensor

P217 60

P218 60

60

60

60

60 with low pressure sensor with low pressure sensor

Change and date

Parameter changes

Change and date

Change and date

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P221 60

P222 50

60

50

60

50

P223 20 20 20

P224 100 100 100

P225 100 100 100

P226 50 50 50

P228 122 122 122

P229 420 420 420

P230 32 32 32

P231 22

P260 0

P261 0

22

0

0

22

0

0

P262 0 0 0

P263 175 175 175 no FRT or P170 = 0

P265 15

P266 0

25

0

36

0 FRT - control P270 = 1

P267 20 20 20 FRT - control P270 = 1

P268 200 200 200 FRT - control P270 = 1

P269 20 20 20 FRT - control P270 = 1

P270

P272

P273

0

40

10

0

40

10

0

40

10 combustion chamber sensor

(FRT) is installed

P218 larger 1 EH

P218 larger 1 EH

P218 larger 1 EH P274 2

P280 15

2

15

2

15

P281 140 140 140

P282 5 5 5

P283 9

P284 2

9

2

9

2 de-ashing system is installed

P285 175 250 100 vacuum-type system

P293 1

P294 0

1

0

1

0 auger system

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Malfunctions

13.1 Malfunctions - what to do

Follow the sequence described for handling malfunctions.

• The heating system switches off automatically if a malfunction occurs.

• The control unit display shows a malfunction alarm text.

• You have to rectify the cause of the malfunction.

• After rectifying the malfunction, you have to reset the fault text by pressing Enter before starting the heating system again.

13.2 Malfunction texts

The malfunction text displayed on the screen provides information on the type, time and status of the malfunction as well as help for troubleshooting.

Malfunction texts have 3 statuses

1.

C – New malfunction: when the malfunction comes.

2.

G – Rectified malfunction: when the malfunction goes.

3.

Q – Reset malfunction: when the malfunction quits.

Being able to trace the sequence of malfunctions will help you to establish the cause of the malfunction.

13.3 Overview of malfunction alarm texts

This is a list of all malfunction alarms that are displayed

Table 13.1 Boiler sensor

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Boiler S fr

Boiler sensor fracture, measuring circuit from boiler sensor is open sensor not connected

► connect sensor at input sensor defect sensor cable defect

► measure sensor (approx. 2kΩ at 77°F) replace if required

► replace sensor signal input defect sensor temp. too high

► change CMP PLC

► sensor temperature above measuring range (230°F)

Boiler S sh-c

Boiler sensor short circuit, measuring circuit from boiler sensor is shorted out sensor defect sensor cable defect

► measure sensor (approx. 2kΩ at 77°F) replace if required

► replace sensor signal input defect ► change CMP PLC sensor temperature too low ► sensor temperature below measuring range (14°F)

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Table 13.2 Flue gas sensor

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Flue gas S fr

Flue gas sensor fracture, measuring circuit from flue gas sensor is open sensor not connected ► connect sensor at input sensor defect ► measure sensor (approx. 1kΩ at 32°F) replace if required sensor cable defect signal input defect sensor temp. too high

Flue gas S sh-c

► replace sensor

► change CMP PLC

► sensor temperature above measuring range (752°F)

Flue gas sensor short circuit, measuring circuit from flue gas sensor is shorted out sensor defect

► measure sensor (approx. 1kΩ at 32°F) replace if required sensor cable defect ► replace sensor signal input defect ► change CMP PLC sensor temperature too low

► sensor temperature below measuring range (14°F)

Table 13.3 Combustion chamber sensor

Display:

Comb S fr

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Combustion chamber sensor fracture, measuring circuit from combustion chamber sensor is open sensor not connected

► connect sensor at input sensor defect sensor cable defect signal input defect sensor temp. too high

► Measure sensor (approx. 5mV at 257°F) replace if required

► replace sensor

► change CMP PLC

► sensor temperature above measuring range (2012°F)

Comb S sh-c

Cause and Remedy:

Combustion chamber sensor short-circuit, measuring circuit from combustion chamber sensor is shorted out sensor defect sensor cable defect

► Measure sensor (approx. 5mV at 257°F) replace if required

► replace sensor signal input defect ► change CMP PLC sensor temperature too low ► sensor temperature below measuring range (14°F) sensor polarity incorrect ► exchange + and – connections

Table 13.4 Negative draft measurement

Display:

UP open

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Negative draft input open, measuring circuit from negative draft measurement open signal incorrect

► check polarity and signal (0-10V) signal cable defect

► replace sensor signal input defect signal too low

► change CMP PLC

► signal below 0V combustion chamber leak ► check closure of boiler door

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Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

UP sh-c

Negative draft input short-circuit, measuring circuit from negative draft measurement is shorted out signal wrong signal cable defect

► check polarity and signal (0-10V)

► replace sensor signal input defect signal too high

► change CMP PLC

► signal above 10V

Table 13.5 Analog input 2

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

An. input open

Analog input 2 open, measuring circuit from analog input open signal incorrect signal cable defect signal input defect signal too low

An. input 2 sh-c

► check polarity and signal (0-10V)

► repair/replace cable

► change CMP PLC

► signal below 0V

Analog input 2 short-circuit, measuring circuit from analog input is shorted out signal incorrect

► check polarity and signal (0-10V) signal cable defect signal input defect signal too high

► repair/replace cable

► change CMP PLC

► signal above 10V

Table 13.6 Controller sensor

Display:

Control S fr

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Controller sensor fracture, control system sensor on boiler control system is used as reference for combustion chamber sensor signal input defect temperature too high

► change CMP PLC

► temperature above 158°F

Display:

Description:

Control S sh-c

Controller sensor short-circuit, control system sensor on boiler control system is used as reference for combustion chamber sensor

Cause and Remedy: signal input defect temperature too low

► change CMP PLC

► temperature below 14°F

Table 13.7 Ignition and flame supervision

Display:

Ignition malf

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Flue gas minimum temperature not reached during ignition phase no pellets available

► fill up with pellets ignition electrode defect ignition nozzle blocked

► check ignition electrode (approx. 200Ω) replace if required

► clean burner plate and ignition tube

► clean flue gas sensor and flue gas tube flue gas sensor contaminated flue gas sensor is not in flue gas tube

► insert flue gas sensor into flue gas tube

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Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Flame contr malf

Flame supervision fault, minimum flue gas temperature not reached during heating up at full power no pellets available ► fill up with pellets

► clean flue gas sensor and flue gas tube flue gas sensor contaminated power is too low

► increase boiler power rating

Table 13.8 Fire protection

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Fire prot sys op

Fire protection system open malfunction.

Fire protection motor gate unplugged

► Connect up fire protection system and check cable connections

Fire protection motor does not reach OPEN limit switch no signal although open fire protection system unplugged fire protection system does not reach CLOSE limit switch no signal although closed

► check ball valve to see if it is jammed

► check cables and fire protection system

Fire prot sys cl

Fire protection system closed malfunction.

► connect up fire protection system and check cable connections

► check whether ball valve is jammed, check ball valve throughway to see if foreign objects are preventing it from closing

► check cables and fire protection system

Fire prot sys

Both fire protection motor limit switches are closed at the same time both limit switches activated ► check fire protection system, check cables, check connectors

Table 13.9 Negative draft supervision

Display:

Negative draft

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Negative draft in boiler is not achieved negative draft tube disconnected negative draft does not change negative draft pressure too low

► connect up negative draft tube

► check negative draft tube for leaks. Check flue gas tube for blockage.

► close boiler door, check tube to negative draft sensor, check whether boiler flue gas outlet is clear, check whether condensation heat exchanger is clear. Make sure flue gas fan is running.

Table 13.10 Suction system

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Suction system

Hopper cannot be filled up even after 3 suction cycles storage room empty ► fill up with pellets extraction system is blocked ► clear extraction system extraction system not conveying pellets

► pellet bridge - destroy bridge and make sure material flows properly

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Table 13.11 Motors

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

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77 suction fan unplugged fuse on suction fan defective storage room auger motor unplugged

► connect up suction fan

► replace fuse

► connect up storage room motor

Burner motor

Burner motor malfunction motor unplugged motorpower too high motorpower too low motor is sticking

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective remove the pellets from the burner auger, make the motor easy-running

► replace motor motor defective

Suction turb

Suction turbine malfunction motor unplugged motor defect fuse –F1 of the suction circuit board is defective fire protection system does not reach CLOSE limit switch

Fuel trans sys M

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► replace motor

► replace fuse –F1of the suction of the suction circuit

► board check whether ball valve is jammed, check ball valve throughway to see if foreign objects are preventing it from closing

Storage room auger 1 motor malfunction motor unplugged ► plug in motor, check cable connections motor is jammed fuse –F2 of the suction circuit board is defective

► remove pellets from auger and make sure auger rotates freely

► replace fuse –F2 of the suction circuit board motor defect fuse defect

► replace motor

► replace fuse

Ignition

Ignitions stick malfunction ignition stick unplugged power too high power too low motor defective

► plug in ignition stick, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, ignition stick is defective

► too high adjusted, ignition stick is defective

► check the resistance to see if the ignition stick is defective or not

(0, 400 and ~ = ignition stick is defective, all other values = ignition stick is not defective), replace ignition stick

Burner fan

Burner fan malfunction motor unplugged ► plug in motor, check cable connections

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Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy: power too high power too low motor is sticking motor defective

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective make the motor easy-running

► replace motor

Flue gas fan

Flue gas fan malfunction motor unplugged power too high power too low

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective motor is sticking motor defective

Boiler clean M

power too low motor is sticking check and clean the flue gas tube, make the motor easy-running

► replace motor

Boiler cleaning motor malfunction motor unplugged power too high

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective make the motor easy-running

► replace motor motor defective

Ash box M

Ash box motor malfunction motor unplugged power too high power too low motor is sticking

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective make the motor easy-running

► replace motor motor defective

Hopper motor

Hopper motor malfunction motor unplugged power too high power too low motor is sticking motor defective

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective make the motor easy-running

► replace motor

Table 13.12 Magnetic valve

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Magnetic valve

Magnetic valve malfunction motor unplugged power too high power too low motor defective

► plug in motor, check cable connections

► too low adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, motor sticks or is defective

► replace motor

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Table 13.13 Boiler controlled pump

Display:

Boiler contr P

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Boiler controlled pump malfunction pump unplugged ► plug in pump, check cable connections power too high power too low pump is sticking

► too low adjusted, pump sticks or is defective

► too high adjusted, pump sticks or is defective make the pump easy-running pump defective ► replace pump

Table 13.14 Safety temperature limiter and Low H2O / —F1

Display:

Safety T sys

Description: Safety temperature limiter has tripped

Cause and Remedy: safety temperature limiter unplugged safety temperature limiter has tripped

► connect up safety temperature limiter and check cable connections

► check boiler controller

► allow boiler to cool and reset alarm safety temperature limiter defect

Low H2O/ – F1

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Low H2O has been actuated low H2O unplugged ► connect up low H2O and check cable connections low H2O button has been pressed

► reset low H2O switch low H2O defect fuse –F1of controller defective

► replace low H2O switch

► replace fuse –F1 of controller

Table 13.15 Wrong system

Display:

Description:

Cause and Remedy:

Wrong system

The wrong program has been saved to the boiler controller wrong program ► upload and save the correct program to the boiler controller — see appendix

Table 13.16 External de-ashing system (optional)

Display:

Ash box full

Description: The alarm text "Ash box full" is displayed after the motor has made 3 unsuccessful attempts to reach the normal speed of the external de-ashing system.

Cause and Remedy: Ash box is full

Ash box is not securely mounted

► Empty ash box, reset alarm text by pressing Enter.

The status of the boiler is displayed on screen.

► Check position of ash box and adjust if required.

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Appendix

14.1 Checklist for checking the heating system

The checklist is intended to help authorised specialists perform and document a comprehensive check on the heating system.

Name and adress of the customer

Name:

Street:

Place:

Heating device

Type of boiler:

Rated power:

Year of build:

Name and adress of the seller

Name:

Street:

Place:

Manufacturer`s serial number:

Type of heating controller:

Type of accumulator:

Solar device:

Damage to property

Use the checklist to check the heating system before starting up for the first time.

CHECKLIST

Textile tank

Textile tank

Delivery unit

Are the tie members installed?

Are all stayers straightened vertical?

Is the slot for the emercency gate valve closed with an adhesive tape?

Filling coupling Are the filling couplings correctly installed?

Are the plugs at the filling couplings?

Are the safety labels placed? (Caution – Switch off the heating systembefore entering)

Are the couplings correctly grounded?

Exists the required aeration opening of 27 inch² for the storage room?

Aeration

Caution label

Is the label "Wood pellets storage room" placed on the door to the storage room?

Vibration plate

Check the electrical connection of the vibration motor and the capacitive sensor

If auger delivery system is installed

Drive unit Is the direction of rotation correct?

Is a demounting possible?

Spiral hose

Sound insulation

Pellet boiler

Is the pitch to the burner > 45°?

Is the rock wool insulation fix at the wall duct?

Adjusting power rating Is the power rating corrrectly adjusted?

Burner plate Is the screw fixing the burner plate, tightened?

Yes Comment

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Flame tube

Combustion chamber cover

Flue gas connection

Airation/boiler room

Is the flame tube placed correctly?

Are the adjusting screws for the increasing of the flue gas temperature adjusted correctly?

Is a chimney draft regulator, barometric damper implemented?

Does the boiler room have required make-up air?

Nameplate Is the nameplate placed on the boiler?

Electric installation and regulation

Power supply Check the electrical connection? (terminal box)

Check the dimensions of the fuses.

Settings-Boiler control unit

Settings-Heating controller

Are the settings of the boiler control unit according to the installation manual?

Set the parameters, the heating circuit program and domestic hot water program.

Securing location and connection – 10.2.2 Cable routing, page 41

Boiler sensor

Hydraulic Connection

Circuit pumps

Low Water Cut Off

Boiler connection

Check the switch on temperature (min. 140°F ) for boiler controlled pump (Parameter P 281).

Is a low water cut off installed? (terminal box)

Test low water device

Is the pellet boiler correctly connected

Is the hydraulic system free of air?

Is the system filled up with water?

Check the pressure.

Safety systems

Fire protection - ball valve

Check the function?

Safety temp. sensor

Negativ draft control

Safety valve

Check the installation and explain the function.

Securing location and connection –

Check the function.

Is a safety valve installed?

10.2.2 Cable routing, page 41

Emergency stop switch Is there an emergency stop switch?

Fire extinguisher

Instruction

Is there a fire extinguisher?

Heating-up

Heating controller

Operating manual

Maintenance contract

Explanation of functions, malfunctions and maintenance to the customer.

Explanation of the heating controller.

Explanation of the operating and maintenance regulations to the customer.

Notice to the legal regulations;

Date:______________________________________

Signature authorizied technician: Signature customer:

____________________________________________ ____________________________________________

The customer confirmes that he got enough information about operation and maintenance of the heating plant.

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14.2 Appendix G of CAN/CSA-B365–M91

Functioning of safety and operating controls

This Annex is not a mandatory part of this Standard, but is written in mandatory language to accommodate its adaption by anyone wishing to do so.

The safety and operating controls shall function within the limits specified by the manufacturer for the type of equipment.

The following test shall be performed:

1.

Check the operation of the automatic fuel_feeding interrupt device at each entrance to the floor space within which the fuel-feeding device is installed.

2.

Check that when the low water level control on steam and hot water boilers is operated to indicate a low water level, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

3.

Check that when the excessive pressure control on steam and hot water boilers is operated as in an excessive pressure situation, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

4.

Check that when the excessive water temperature control on steam and hot water boilers is operated to indicate excessive water temperature, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted and, if appropiate, that one or more zone control valves open.

5.

Check that if the temperature exceeds 200°F in a furnace supply plenum on hot air furnaces, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

6.

Check that if there is a failure of the fan providing combustion air, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

7.

Check that if there is a failure of the combustion air supply control mechanism to remain fully open, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

8.

Check that when the hot water circulating pump manual disconnect switch is opened, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

9.

Check that if there is a shutdown or failure of the mechanical flue-gas exhauster, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted.

10. Check that if there is a failure in the flue gas flow, the automatic fuel-feed is interrupted, or the combustion air supply is shut off in manually fuelled appliances.

11. Check for the proper operation of the minimum fire maintenance controls and system or, if applicable, of the automatic ignition system.

12. Check for the proper operation of the controls used for normal automatic fuel-feeding.

13. Check the operation of any other controls supplied on the appliance by the manufacturer, or required by the authority having jurisdiction.

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14.3 Modifying the burner

The pellet boiler is configured symmetrically. If required, you can remove the burner from the right-hand side (as shipped) and reinstall it on the left.

1.

Dismantle the casing, hopper, combustion chamber lid, flame tube, burner and burner plug.

2.

Modify the burner on the left.

3.

Modify the cleaning system motor and off-set disc.

4.

Change the direction of rotation of the cleaning motor.

5.

Modify and re-assemble the cleaning system.

6.

Route cables through cutouts to the boiler controller and connect up the plug.

14.3.1 Dismantling the casing, hopper, combustion chamber lid, flame tube, burner and burner plug

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14.3.2 Modify the burner on the left

Note

Do not tighten too firm, otherwise the dummy cover could become leakly.

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Note

Figure 6: Glue and tighten the hex-socket nut to secure the off-set disc.

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14.3.4 Changing the direction of rotation of the cleaning motor

14.3.5 Modifying and re-assembling the cleaning system

Setting up the cleaning system:

• Switch on the pellet boiler.

• Find "Output test" in parameter 203 of the boiler controller for the cleaning motor.

• Push the lever mechanism of the cleaning system against the cleaning shaft.

• Press the clip on the cleaning shaft against the off-set disc and switch on the cleaning motor.

• As soon as the off-set disc causes the clip to spring back, switch off the motor and tighten the shaft clamp as tight as possible.

• Use a lock nut to secure the shaft mounting.

Fine adjustment:

• If the cleaning system does not lift high enough: loosen the mounting angle, push forward in the slots and tighten again.

• If the cleaning system stops at the limit bolt: loosen the mounting angle, push back in the slots and tighten again.

Note

The motor mounting must not be able to move and the motor must rotate easily.

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14.4 Software program - boiler controller

The software programs are called

US_VA....HEX

Program for suction system is

1

2

3

4

Userware

Kind of system (VA-suction system, ST- auger system)

Version

Ending for Hex-programs

14.4.1 Software update - boiler controller

Risk of electrocution

Only authorized specialists may perform maintenance work on electrical components.

Damage of property

Softwareupdate only with software UW_VA6xx.H86 or

UW_ST6xx.H86

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14.4.2 Wrong system - vacuum suction system

If the wrong software was updated, the message wrong system is displayed.

In this case follow please exactly the guidance below.

1.

switch OFF the boiler at the main switch

2.

unplug the plug ES BSK at the boiler controller (CMP)

3.

switch ON the boiler

4.

go to Code input

5.

push the button Enter

6.

enter the Code

7.

push the button Enter

8.

go to Pellematic

9.

push the button Enter

10. go to Pellematic CMP

11. push the button Enter

12. go to Update

13. push the button Enter

14. select the file US_VA

15. push the button Enter

16. if Progress successful is displayed – push the button Enter

Note

The message Wrong system is displayed again – that`s o.k.

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17. switch OFF the boiler again

18. plug in the plug ES BSK

19. switch ON the boiler

20. go to Pellematic

21. push the button Enter

22. go to Pellematic CMP

23. push the button Enter

24. go to Pellematic 1

25. push the button Enter

26. once more — push the button Enter

27. the date and the time is displayed – please note the first two numeric from the date and the two numeric from the time. Sum this numeric and note it – you need ist for step number 30 “Code”.

28. go to Parameter 199

29. push the button Enter

30. enter in the Code

31. push the button Enter

32. go to Parameter 298

33. push the button Enter

34. set up the number from 0 to 1

35. push the button Enter

Note

The number gets back to 0 – that`s o.k.

36. push the button ESC

37. the boiler is running on the right software version.

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14.5 Parts list

PE116

PE118

PE120

PE120B

PE120G

PE120R

121159

PE121

PE121B on request

121034

PE264 on request

041876

PE185

121109

121255

PE123

121123

B0020

PE114

PE119

PE119B

PE119G

PE119R

PE200

PE156

PE265

PE289

PE215

121259 on request on request

PE260

PE131

PE212

PE174 on request

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Pos.

Article number Pos.

Article number

22

22

23

24

25

16

17

18

19

20

21

29

30

30

26

27

28

28

28

28

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

4

5

2

3

1

2

2

2

6

7

8

53

54

55

56

57

47

48

49

50

51

52

64

65

66

58

59

60

61

62

63

40

41

42

43

44

45

46

33

34

35

36

30

30

31

32

37

38

39

PE117 on request

PE258

E1001A

PE143

PE129

121049 / 121126

PE103

PE142

E1054

121169

121168

PE281

B103

PE133

PE475 on request

PEASCH RE – LI

24155 / 24157

PE 467

PE121G

PE121R on request on request

PE191 on request

PE160

PE176 on request

121039

PE416 on request

121042 on request

121234 / 121029

PE188

PE115

PE117.1

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B0020 / B0020 BRE

3

4

5

6

1

2

121041

121058

B150

121039

121038

121011

7

8

121195

121051

9 B179

10 121082 / 121037

11 B129

12 121075

13 121193

14 121194

15 121192

16 121010

17 121083 / 121029

18 121039 / 121038

B0020 Burner without capacitive sensor, WITHOUT Burner plate cleaning system

B0020BRE Burner without capacitive sensor, WITH Burner plate cleaning system

19 121196

20 B172

21 121197

22 121023

23 B130

24 121041

25 121037

26 121079

27 E1030 / E1002.1

28 121166

29 121039

30 121038

31 B113

32 E1059

33 E1004

34 B105

35 E1005

36 121041

37

38

39

40 B144

41 B136

42

43

44

45

46

47

51

52

B147

121082

B152

E1006A + B144.1

B198

121284

121034 / 121082

121034 /121037 / 121082

B181

48 E1204 / E1002.1

49 B182

50 B183

B184

B196

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5

6

2

3

041876 – Hopper

1 E1138

121114

121010

041070

041071

121122

7

8

9

10

11

E1205

41870

E1205

041869

041868

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2

3

PEASCHRE – Ash box

1 PE442

PE439

PE373

2

3

PEASCHLI – Ash box

1 PE442

PE440

PE373

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PE260

PE131

PE213

PE174 on request on request

PE181

PE173

PE173B

PE173G

PE173R

121159

PE121

PE121B

121034

PE264 on request

041886

PE186

121109

121255

PE183

121123

B0030

PE172

PE166

PE119

PE119B

PE119G

PE119R

PE205

PE157

PE265

PE290

PE215

121259 on request

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Pos.

Article number Pos.

Article number

22

23

24

25

26

17

18

19

20

21

22

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

27

28

28

28

28

29

30

30

5

6

3

4

7

8

9

2

2

2

1

2

54

55

56

57

58

48

49

50

51

52

53

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

59

60

61

62

63

64

65

66

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

30

30

31

32

33

PE121G

PE121R on request on request

PE191 on request

PE160

PE176 on request

121039

PE416 on request

121042 on request

121234 / 121029

PE188

PE171

PE117.1

PE182 on request

PE258

E1001A

PE143

PE130

121050 / 121126

PE103

PE142

E1054

121169

121168

PE281

B104

PE207

PE475 on request

PEASCH RE – LI

24155 / 24157

PE 467

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98

B0030 / B0030 BRE

4

5

6

7

1

2

3

121041

121058

B150

121039

121038

121011

121195

8

9

121051

B179

10 121082 / 121037

11 B129

12 121075

13 121193

14 121194

15 121192

16 121010

17 121083 / 121029

18 121039 / 121038

B0030 Burner without capacitive sensor, WITHOUT burner plate cleaning system

B0030BRE Burner without capacitive sensor, WITH burner plate cleaning system

19 121196

20 B172

21 121197

22 121023

23 B131

24 121041

25 121037

26 121079

27 E1030 / E1002.1

28 121166

29 121039

30 121038

31 B113

32 E1059

33 E1004

34 B105

35 E1005

36 121041

37 B148

38 121082

39 B152

40 B144

41 B132

42 E1006A / B144.1

43 B199

44 121284

45 121034 / 121082

46 121034 /121037 / 121082

47 B181

48 E1204 / E1002.1

49 B182

50 B183

51 B184

52 B197

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4

5

6

2

3

041886 – Hopper

1 E1138

121114

121010

041070

041071

121122

7

8

9

10

11

E1368

041600

E1205

041869

041868

Appendix

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2

3

PEASCHRE- Ash box

1 PE442

PE439

PE373

2

3

PEASCHLI- Ash box

1 PE442

PE440

PE373

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14.6 Technical data

Boiler – Type

Boiler-rated power

Boiler-partial load

BTU/hr kW

BTU/hr kW

Measurements

Width - total (B)

Width - boiler (C)

Height - boiler (H)

Height - vacuum system execution (D)

Height - filling unit (F)

Depth - boiler (T)

Depth - burner casing (V)

Flow/return - dimensions

Flow/return - height of connection (A)

Flue size - diameter

Flue - height of connection

(E)

Overall Weight

Boiler Body Weight

Efficiency rated power

Efficiency partial power

Water capacity

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch mm

Inch

Inch mm

Inch mm

%

% l

Gal

Inch mm

Lb kg

Lb kg

Flue gas area

Fire vault temperature

Fire vault pressure

°F

°C

Inch WC mbar

PE(S)12 PE(S)15 PE(S)20 PE(S)25 PE(S)32 PES36 PES48 PES56

41,000 51,000 68,300 85,300 109,500 123,000 164,000 191,000

12,00 15,00 20,00 25,00 32,00 36,00 48,00 56,00

11.601

17.061

20.473

27.297

34.121

37.534

51.182

58.006

3,40 5,00 6,00 8,00 10,00 11,00 15,00 17,00

44 1/2 44 1/2 44 1/2 46 3/4 46 3/4 51

1.130

1.130

1.130

1.186

1.186

1.297

51

1.297

27 1/2 27 1/2 27 1/2 29 3/4 29 3/4 34

700 700 700 756 756 862

34

862

43

1.100

55

43 43

1.100

1.100

55 55

51

1.300

63

51

1.300

63

61 61

1.555

1.555

73 73

1.400

12

300

32

814

20

1.400

1.400

12 12

300

32

814

20

300

32

814

20

1.600

12

300 300 300

34 1/4 34 1/4 39

870

20

1.600

12

870

20

1.855

1.855

12 12

990

20

300

39

990

20

508

1

508

1

508

1

508

5/4

508

5/4

508

2

508

2

35 3/4 35 3/4 35 3/4 43 3/4 43 3/4 52

905

5

130

905

5

130

905

5

130

1.110

6

150

1.110

6

150

1.320

7

180

52

1.320

7

180

25 1/2 25 1/2 25 1/2 33 1/4 33 1/4 41

645 645 645 844 844 1.040

41

1.040

631

286

529

240

631

286

529

240

631

286

529

240

756

343

664

301

756

343

664

301

1.120

508

930

422

1.120

508

930

422

92,5

92,1

15,0

66,0

92,6

91,1

15,0

66,0

92,4

91,0

15,0

66,0

91,9

91,1

23,6

104,0

91,4

91,2

23,6

104,0

92,3

91,0

30,6

135,0

92,5

91,1

30,6

135,0

1652 - 2012

900 - 1100

-0,0040

-0,0100

508

2

52

1.320

7

180

1.855

12

300

39

990

20

51

1.297

34

862

61

1.555

73

41

1.040

1.120

508

930

422

93,0

91,1

30,6

135,0

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Draft at max/min Power

Flue gas temperature rated power (Flue gas temperature can be adjusted)

Flue gas temperature partial load (Flue gas temperature can be adjusted)

Flue gas inertia current rated power

Flue gas inertia current partial load

Flue gas volume rated power

Flue gas volume partial load

Chimney diameter

Chimney construction

Electrical connection

Inch WC mbar

°F

°C

°F

°C

Lb/hr kg/h

Lb/hr kg/h

Cft/hr m³/h

Cft/hr m³/h

USA

EU

0,03 / 0,01

0,08 / 0,03

320

160

212

100

918

26

240

7

49,60 62,17

22,50 28,20

14,11

6,40

20,72

9,40

82,89

37,60

24,91

11,30

99,43

45,10

29,76

13,50

115,96

52,60

35,71

16,20

149,25

67,70

45,64

20,70

1.232

35

353

10

1.642

47

424

12

1.971

56

509

14

2.627

2.956

74

607

17

84

777

22 according to chimney calculation steel or ceramic lined, withstand humidity

198,85

90,20

62,17

28,20

3.941

112

1.059

30

231,92

105,20

70,33

31,90

4.598

130

1.204

34

208 VAC, 60 Hz, 6A for auger delivery system, 16A for vacuum suction system

230 VAC, 50 Hz, 6A for auger delivery system, 16A for vacuum suction system

Water area

Water resistance at 10K

Water resistance at 20K

Boiler temperature

Boiler input temperature minimum

Operating pressure maximum

Test pressure

Flue gas volume rated power at flue gas temperature

Flue gas volume partial load at flue gas temperature

Fuel

Inch WC

38,22 60,22

mbar

95,20 150,00

88,32

220,00

114,02

284,00

150,95

376,00

15,62

38,90

Inch WC

9,72

mbar

24,20

15,26

38,00

°F

°C

°F

°C

22,08

55,00

28,91

72,00

38,14 4,18

95,00 10,40

149 - 194

65 - 90

131

psi bar

55

50

3,50

psi bar

Cft/hr m³/h

20,84

51,90

5,58

13,90

24,29

60,50

6,50

16,20

67

4,60

1.010,0 1.327,8 1.772,8 2.231,9 2.874,6 3.217,2 4.262,5 4.944,1

28,6 37,6 50,2 63,2 81,4 91,1 120,7 140,0

Cft/hr m³/h

243,7 384,9

6,9 10,9

459,1

13,0

614,5

17,4

769,9 847,6

21,8 24,0

1.165,4 1.313,7

33,0 37,2

USA

According to PFI Standards

Europe

According to EN14961–2 Standards (A1 Class)

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Colorific value

Bulk density

Water content

Ash content

Lenght

Diameter

Fine material

Ash melting point

Contents

Components

Internal ash pan volume

External ash box volume

Main Drive

Drive Motor

Suction Turbine

Combustion Air Blower

Suction Fan Blower

Electrical Ignition

Cleaning Motor

Motor External Ash Box

Fire protection motor

W

W

W

W

W

W lb

W

W

W

Gal lb

Gal

BTU/lbs

MJ/kg

Lb/cft kg/m³

Mass%

Mass%

Inch mm

Inch mm

Mass%

Mass%

°F

°C

USA

Europe

5,68

25

> 7.200

>16,5

> 40,00

>600

<10

<1

1 1/4 – 1 1/2

3,15 – 40

1/4 – 5/16

6,00 – 8,00

<0.5

<1%

> 2.200

> 1.200

untreated wood stemwood or chemically untreated wood

4,54

20

6,81

30

40

250/370

1200

83

32

250

40

40

5

The data are values of the test measurement and can vary from locally measured values

WB Federal Institute of Agricultural Engineering Wieselburg

Address: A-3250 Wieselburg, Rottenhauserstraße 1; Tel.: +43-7416-52175-0

Note

Test reports are available at MEco

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14.7 Pellet boiler cautionary markings

Labeling 60x30

Appendix

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Labeling 99x34

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Labeling 105x74

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Terms of guarantee

For goods and parts of goods that become demonstrably unusable due to faulty materials or production, the following terms of guarantee apply as from the date of start-up:

For all products ........................................................5 years and max.15.000 operating hours

Apart from:

All moving parts, electric and electronic parts, flame tube and burner plate ..........................................................................................10 years

Bearings, chain pinions, chains and all moving parts ................................................ 2 years and max. 6.000 operating hours

Solar collectors ..............................................................................................................10 years

Warranty- and guarantee claims can only be occupied, when from MECO delivered goods are used under from MECO predetermined, foreseen operation and normal use.

Manufacturer:

MAINE ECO PELLET HEATING LLC

USA – Headquarter

8 Airport Road – P.O. Box 547 Bethel

Maine 04217 e-mail: [email protected]

web: me-pelletheating.com

© MAINE ECO PELLET HEATING LLC

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