Installation & Operating Instructions

Installation & Operating Instructions
WOOD PELLETS
Installation Instructions
BioWIN XL
Wood pellet boiler
Output Range: 35, 45, 60 kW
01/2016
093212/06
USER MANUAL FOR INDEPENDENT PELLET or CHIP FIRED BOILERS
SUPPLEMENTARY INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE UK MARKET
TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THOSE IN THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
READ THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET AND THESE SUPPLEMENTARY
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE INSTALLATION
These instructions together with those in the instruction booklet cover the basic principles
to ensure the satisfactory installation of the boiler, although detail may need slight
modification to suit particular local site conditions.
In all cases the installation must comply with current Building Regulations, Local Authority
Byelaws and other specifications or regulations as they affect the installation of the boiler.
If any guidance contained within this manual contradicts advice given in the main
instruction manual then the most stringent advice must apply.
It should be noted that the Building Regulations requirements may be met by adopting the
relevant recommendations given in British Standards BS 8303, BS EN 15287-1:2007 as an
alternative means to achieve an equivalent level of performance to that obtained following
the guidance given in Approved Document J.
Please note that it is a legal requirement under England and Wales Building Regulations
that the installation of the boiler is either carried out under Local Authority Building Control
approval or is installed by a Competent Person registered with a Government approved
Competent Persons Scheme. HETAS Ltd operate such a Scheme and a listing of their
Registered Competent Persons can be found on their website at www.hetas.co.uk.
CO Alarms:Building regulations require that whenever a new or replacement fixed solid fuel or
wood/biomass appliance is installed in a dwelling a carbon monoxide alarm must be fitted
in the same room as the appliance. Further guidance on the installation of the carbon
monoxide alarm is available in BS EN 50292:2002 and from the alarm manufacturer’s
instructions. Provision of an alarm must not be considered a substitute for either installing
the appliance correctly or ensuring regular servicing and maintenance of the appliance and
chimney system.
HEALTH AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Special care must be taken when installing the boiler such that the requirements of the Health and Safety at
Work Act are met.
Handling
Adequate facilities must be available for loading, unloading and site handling.
Fire Cement
Some types of fire cement are caustic and should not be allowed to come into contact with the skin. In case
of contact wash immediately with plenty of water.
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Asbestos
This boiler contains no asbestos. If there is a possibility of disturbing any asbestos in the course of
installation then please seek specialist guidance and use appropriate protective equipment.
Metal Parts
When installing or servicing this boiler care should be taken to avoid the possibility of personal injury.
BOILER PERFORMANCE
Refer to the main instruction manual for details of the boiler’s performance.
PREPARATORY WORK AND SAFETY CHECKS
IMPORTANT WARNING
This boiler must not be installed into a chimney that serves any other heating appliance.
There must not be an extractor fan fitted in the same room as the boiler as this can cause the boiler to emit
fumes into the room.
Chimney
In order for the boiler to perform satisfactorily the chimney height must be sufficient to ensure an adequate
draught of approximately 15 Pa so as to clear the products of combustion and prevent smoke problems into
the room.
NOTE: A chimney height of not less than 4.5 metres measured vertically from the outlet of the boiler to the
top of the chimney should be satisfactory. Alternatively the calculation procedure given in EN 13384-1 may
be used as the basis for deciding whether a particular chimney design will provide sufficient draught.
The outlet from the chimney should be above the roof of the building in accordance with the provisions of
Building Regulations Approved Document J.
Because the boiler runs at high efficiencies, the temperature of the flue gases is at times lower than
conventional solid fuel appliances. Although it is not classed as a condensing appliance, the low flue gas
temperature results in condensation occurring within the flue. Any chimney flue system must therefore be
able to withstand the effects of condensate and operate under wet conditions (designation letter W). In
addition it should be soot fire resistant and able to withstand the corrosive effects of flue products generated
by solid fuels (designation G and 3 respectively). If installation is into an existing masonry chimney then it will
require re-lining with a liner meeting the specification described above. Existing concrete or clay lined
chimneys are not suitable for this boiler and must be lined as described above. All installations must be in
accordance with Building Regulations Approved Document J.
Any existing chimney must be clear of obstruction and have been swept clean immediately before installation
of the lining system. Where the chimney is believed to have previously served an open fire installation it is
possible that the higher flue gas temperature from a closed appliance may loosen deposits that were
previously firmly adhered, with the consequent risk of flue blockage. It is therefore recommended that the
chimney be swept a second time within a month of regular use after installation.
If there is no existing chimney then any new system must be to the designation described above and in
accordance with Building Regulations Approved Document J.
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A single wall metal fluepipe is suitable for connecting the boiler to the chimney but is not suitable for use as
the complete chimney. The chimney and connecting fluepipe must have a minimum diameter of 150 mm and
its dimension should be not less than the size of the outlet socket of the boiler.
Any bend in the chimney or connecting fluepipe should not exceed 45. 90 bends should not be used.
Combustible material should not be located where the heat dissipating through the walls of fireplaces or flues
could ignite it. Therefore when installing the boiler in the presence of combustible materials due account
must be taken of the guidance on the separation of combustible material given in Building Regulations
Approved Document J and also in these boiler instructions.
If it is found that there is excessive draught in the chimney then a draught stabiliser should be fitted in the
chimney above the chimney above the flue pipe connection. Fitting of a draught stabiliser will affect the
requirement for the permanent air supply into the room in which the boiler is fitted in accordance with
Approved Document J (see also combustion air supply).
Adequate provision e.g. easily accessible soot door or doors must be provided for sweeping the chimney and
connecting fluepipe.
Hearth
The hearth should be able to accommodate the weight of the boiler and its chimney if the chimney is not
independently supported. The weight of the boiler is indicated in the brochure.
The boiler should preferably be installed on a non-combustible hearth of a size and construction that is in
accordance with the provisions of the current Building Regulations Approved Document J.
The clearance distances to combustible material beneath, surrounding or upon the hearth and walls adjacent
to the hearth should comply with the guidance on the separation of combustible material given in Building
Regulations Approved Document J and also in these boiler instructions.
If the boiler is to be installed on a combustible floor surface, it must be covered with a non-combustible
material at least 12mm thick, in accordance with Building Regulations Approved Document J, to a distance of
30 cm in front of the boiler and 15 cm to each side measuring from the door of the combustion chamber.
Combustion air supply
In order for the boiler to perform efficiently and safely there must be an adequate air supply into the room in
which the boiler is installed to provide combustion air. The provision of air supply to the boiler must be in
accordance with current Building Regulations Approved Document J. An opening window is not appropriate
for this purpose.
Connection to chimney
All the boilers have a flue gas connector that allows connection to either a masonry chimney or a
prefabricated factory made insulated metal chimney in accordance with the instructions. This connection
should never be reduced in diameter to lower than that of the flue gas connector of the boiler. In some cases
it may be necessary to fit an adapter in the connection pipe to increase the diameter to the required minimum
diameter of 150 mm for burning wood fuel in accordance with UK regulations. Any connections should be
made gas-tight and sealed with a suitable sealing agent such as fire cement.
Connection to the central heating system
The boilers may be installed on either open vented or sealed fully pumped systems and a double-feed
indirect cylinder to BS 1566 is necessary where there is a combined hot water and central heating system.
Please ensure that a gravity heat-leak radiator/towel rail or equivalent is used to dissipate heat in the system
when the pump is off if required.
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The central heating system must be in accordance with BS EN 14336:2004: Heating Systems in Buildings.
Installation and commissioning of water based heating systems. BS EN 12828: 2003; Heating Systems in
Buildings. Design of water based heating systems. BS EN 12831: 2003; Heating Systems in Buildings.
Method for calculation of the design heat load and BS 6880:1988 Parts 1 to 3, Code of Practice for low
temperature hot water heating systems of output greater than 45kW where appropriate.
Electrical connections
The installation of any electrical services during the installation of this boiler and the associated heating
system must be carried out by a registered competent electrician and in accordance with the requirements of
the latest issue of BS 7671.
Commissioning and handover
Ensure all parts are fitted in accordance with the instructions.
On completion of the installation allow a suitable period of time for any fire cement and mortar to dry out,
before lighting the boiler. Once the boiler is under fire check all seals for soundness and that the boiler and
water system are operating correctly. Ensure that the flue is functioning correctly and that all products of
combustion are vented safely to atmosphere via the chimney terminal.
On completion of the installation and commissioning ensure that the operating instructions for the boiler are
left with the customer. Ensure to advise the customer on the correct use of the appliance and warn them to
use only the recommended fuel for the boiler.
Advise the user what to do should smoke or fumes be emitted from the boiler. The customer should be
advised about restricting access to the boiler by children, aged and/or infirm people.
Important Note: In the event of the appliance failing to light after the initial ignition light-up process, please
switch off the appliance immediately and contact the manufacturer for guidance. Please do not attempt to relight the boiler until the issue has been resolved.
Contact Details
Windhager UK
Tormarton Road
Marshfield
South Gloucestershire
SN14 8SR
T: 01225 892211
E: [email protected]
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Table of contents
Table of contents
1. Important initial information for the Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.1 Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.2 Flue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
1.3 Boiler room . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
1.4 Fuel storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
2. For the installer. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1 Scope of delivery, packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1.1 Boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.1.2 Optional accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
2.2 Minimum clearances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
2.3 Dimensional sketches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4 System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4.1 Standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
2.4.2 Heating circuits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.3 Circulation pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.4 Return temperature . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.5 Operation with external control, with buffer only . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.6 Buffer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
2.4.7 Heating water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.4.8 Water-side resistance (pressure loss) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
2.5 Combustion air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
2.5.1 Operating with room air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.5.2 Operating independently of the room air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
2.6 Installation sequence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
2.7 Setting up, preparing for installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
2.8 Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
2.9 Installing the exhaust pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
2.10 Installing the thermal discharge safeguard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
2.11 Initial start-up and operating instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28
3. For the electrician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
3.1 Electrical connections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
3.1.1 Power supply 230 V AC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
3.1.2 Opening and closing the control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
3.1.3 Connecting the InfoWINplus cable to the control panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
3.1.4 Electrical connection for MES control, changeover unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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4. For the service technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
4.1 Start-up and operating instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
4.2 Service and repair work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
4.3 Checking and servicing the thermal discharge safeguard. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32
4.4 Technical data for calculating the flue gas system acc. to EN 13384-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
4.5 Technical data – General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33
4.6 Service level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
4.6.1 Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
4.6.2 Start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.6.3 Actuator test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.6.4 Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
4.6.5 Installation of MESplus modules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
4.7 InfoWINplus basic settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
4.8 Basic BioWIN XL circuitry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
4.9 BioWIN XL connection diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
4.10 BioWIN XL pellet feed connection diagram with mixer for buried tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
4.11 Connection diagram for air intake/exhaust flap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
4.12 Connection diagram for flue gas thermostat. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
The Clean Air Act 1993 and Smoke Control Areas
Under the Clean Air Act local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of the authority to be a
smoke control area. It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any fixed
boiler if located in a designated smoke control area. It is also an offence to acquire an „unauthorised fuel“ for
use within a smoke control area unless it is used in an „exempt“ appliance („exempted“ from the controls which
generally apply in the smoke control area).
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has powers under the Act to authorise smokeless
fuels or exempt appliances for use in smoke control areas in England. In Scotland and Wales this power rests
with Ministers in the devolved administrations for those countries. Separate legislation, the Clean Air (Northern
Ireland) Order 1981, applies in Northern Ireland. Therefore it is a requirement that fuels burnt or obtained for use
in smoke control areas have been „authorised“ in Regulations and that appliances used to burn solid fuel in those
areas (other than „authorised“ fuels) have been exempted by an Order made and signed by the Secretary of State
or Minister in the devolved administrations.
Further information on the requirements of the Clean Air Act can be found here : http://smokecontrol.defra.gov.uk/
Your local authority is responsible for implementing the Clean Air Act 1993 including designation and supervision
of smoke control areas and you can contact them for details of Clean Air Act requirements.
The Windhager BioWIN 350, 450 and 600 pellet boilers have been recommended as suitable for use in smoke
control areas when burning wood pellets.
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Important initial information for the Technician
Important initial information for the Technician
1.1 Safety precautions
The boiler and related accessories are state of the art and meet all applicable safety regulations. Your boiler and
all accessories operate using 230 V AC electric current. Improper installation or repair can pose the danger of
life-threatening electric shock. Installation may be performed only by appropriately qualified technicians.
Caution symbols
Please take careful note of the following symbols in these Installation instructions.
Attention!
Ignoring the warnings identified can lead to personal injury.
Information!
Ignoring the warnings identified can lead to malfunction of or damage to the boiler or heating
system.
Note!
The blocks of text highlighted provide information and tips for operation.
1.2 Flue
A properly dimensioned flue is required for optimum functioning of the combustion system. Calculation of the
dimensions must follow EN 13384-1. See the technical data section for the values required for this calculation.
Please note that in the lower performance range, flue gases may be below 90 °C. Hearths should therefore be
connected to thermally insulated flues meeting thermal transmittance coefficient Group I requirements according
to DIN 18160 Part 1 or other appropriate, officially approved moisture-resistant exhaust systems.
The flue gas system must display at least the following classification:
Temperature class:
T400 = nominal operating temperature 400 °C
Soot fire resistance class:
G = flue gas system with soot fire resistance
Corrosion resistance class:
2 = suitable for unprocessed wood fuels
We would recommend fitting an energy-saving intake regulator for problem-free operation. This will largely
prevent moisture in the flue, and losses resulting from down-time will be reduced (draught interruptions). If you
have a feed pressure (flue draught) of more than 0.20 mbar, the energy-saving intake regulator must be fitted.
According to TRVB H118 a deflagration flap (combi energy-saving intake regulator with explosion flap EEX) must
be fitted in the connecting piece (exhaust pipe) or in the flue inside the boiler room.
Our recommendation: Fit the exhaust pipe upward to the flue with U-bolts and provide an opening for cleaning.
Insulate the exhaust pipe to avoid low flue intake temperatures.
Information!
Frequently, overhauling existing systems involves over-sized flue cross-sections or flues not designed for low-temperature operation. We recommend an evaluation by the local building inspector
before installing the boiler system. In this way appropriate modifications can be made to the flue
before system installation (see technical data for flue calculation values).
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Important initial information for the Technician
1.3 Boiler room
Attention!
The configuration of the entire system must comply with technical fire protection requirements in
accordance with the applicable regulations, standards and guidelines.
– The minimum clearances for connections, cleaning and maintenance must be complied with – see section 2.2
Minimum clearances.
– Sufficient ventilation of the set-up area must be assured. See 2.5 Combustion air.
Information!
The boiler must only be installed in a dry, frost-free location.
1.4 Fuel storage
The pellets must be stored in a dry place in order to achieve trouble-free operation with optimum combustion
and at maximum efficiency. The pellets can be stored in bulk in a storage room, sheet steel tank, fabric tank or a
buried tank. The requirements for pellet storage are defined in ÖNORM M7137 for Austria or the Firing Ordinance
(FeuV) for Germany.
See the separate planning documents for planning information about pellet storage.
Maximum transport length or height for a pellet feed system:
These max. values require a stable power supply (min. 220 V under load!). The suction turbine must be in the
same room as the pellet boiler. The distance between the pellet boiler and the suction turbine must not exceed
3 m – Fig. 2.
Max. distance of 25 m between furthest away probe and pellet boiler with max. total height difference of 1.8 m
Max. distance of 15 m between furthest away probe and pellet boiler with max. total height difference of 2.8 m
Max. distance of 10 m between furthest away probe and pellet boiler with max. total height difference of 4.5 m
Total height difference: Sum of lengths of all rising pipes
Attention!
The pellets must be transported carefully into and out of the storage room so as to maintain good pellet
quality.
Boiler room
Storage room
Furthest away probe
BioWIN XL
Suction turbine
Changeover unit
Suction pipe from BioWIN XL to suction
turbine: Max. length 3 m
Fig. 2
Storage room, heating room – view from above
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For the installer
2.1 Scope of delivery, packaging
2.1.1
Boiler
The boiler is supplied on a wooden pallet covered with a plastic sack
– Fig. 3. The cladding parts are in a separate cardboard box. Cleaning
tools are packed in the combustion chamber and the ash chamber.
In addition, the pellet feed unit is packed in several cardboard boxes.
2.1.2
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Optional accessories
MES system control, motorised mixing valve, mixer groups, heating
distributor, thermal discharge safeguard, stainless steel flue accessory, combi energy-saving intake regulator with explosion flap EEX
(EZR for Germany)
1790
Accessories for boiler
Accessories for fully-automatic pellet feed
– Fully automated changeover unit with/without fire protection collars including 3x suction probes
– Fully automated changeover unit with/without fire protection unit
including 8x suction probes and masonry feed-through
– Fastening clips for delivery hose (pack of 6)
– Delivery hose with flexible earth leads, DN 50/25 m (supply and
return air hoses)
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– Connecting piece for return air hose
Fig. 3
Installation dimensions – BioWIN XL
Accessories for storage room
– Filling coupling set NW 100 mm (2 Storz A couplings with 0.5 m pipe, incl. fastening material) – with blockable
blind covers
– Z-brackets (2x 2 m) incl. bolts and dowels for storage room door
– Plastic baffle plate (1500 x 1500 x 2 mm) incl. fastening material for storage room
– Fire protection collars (2x) incl. masonry attachment
– Pipe clamp for earthing the filling and return air lines Ø 100 mm and attaching them to the wall
– Pipes and bends (natural aluminium) for extending the filling and return air pipes Ø 100 mm.
Pellet storage rooms
– Sheet steel tank with volume of 2.3 to 9.6
– Fabric tank with volume of 2,1 to 6,1 t
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2.2 Minimum clearances
Attention!
Follow the installation guidelines for boiler rooms!
min. 400
All dimensions in mm:
(B) min. 600
(B) min. 700
(A) min. 871
996
1220
(A) min. 652
Minimum room height: 1900 mm
(B) min. 100
A = Distance from edge of base
B = Distance from edge of cladding
(A) min. 122
Fig. 4
BioWIN XL – view from above
A = Abstand von Kante Sockel
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2.3 Dimensional sketches
Front view
Side view
All dimensions in mm:
A
1473
KV TV
1400
150
B
50
1583
37
KT
KR
1390
SB
693
160
ZL
1784
1673
1280
1889
1353
96
E
170
Fig. 5
1087
1015
991
870
826
663
269
109
0
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BioWIN XL pellet boiler
KV ........ Boiler feed (5/4“ pipe)
KR........ Boiler return (5/4“ pipe)
TV ........ Thermal valve sensor (1/2“ sleeve)
SB ........ Safety device (1/2“ pipe)
E .......... Discharge
A .......... Pellet feed (50 mm Ø pipe)
B .......... Reverse air flow (50 mm Ø pipe)
KT ........ Boiler temperature sensor
ZL ........ Supply air for operation independent of room air
2.4 System
The boilers are designed and approved as heat generators for hot water heating systems with permissible flow
temperatures of up to 90 °C. The maximum flow temperature is factory-set at 75 °C. They may be installed only
in sealed systems.
2.4.1
Standards
The following standards should be followed:
According to EN 12828 specifications, the following must be installed:
a) A closed expansion tank.
b) A reliably functioning safety valve installed at the highest point of the boiler or at a non-closable line.
c) A manometer.
d) A low-water cut-off: A low-water cut-off is not required for systems providing up to 300 kW nominal thermal
output, if it can be ensured that a lack of water in the system will not result in excess heating. The boilers are
equipped with an electronic temperature regulator and a type-tested safety temperature limiter. If the boiler is
above the radiators, then a low-water cut-off must be installed.
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e) An automatic device for dissipating heat which will prevent the maximum permitted operating temperature
from being exceeded. The built-in thermal safety device should always be used with the thermal discharge
safeguard (ÖNORM B 8131).
2.4.2
Heating circuits
A motorised mixing valve is always required for the BioWIN XL in order to protect the boiler and one must be fitted
in each heating circuit. A feed contact thermostat (FK-001) must be installed for underfloor circuits.
2.4.3
Circulation pump
Since 2013, in Europe new circulation pumps are required to fulfil minimum energy efficiency requirements. Please refer to the Energy Efficiency Index (EEI).
2.4.4
Return temperature
The return flow temperature increase installed as standard means that BioWIN XL can be operated with a return
temperature down to min. 20 °C. No external return flow temperature increase is required.
Exception: Systems with a buffer in which the buffer is loaded directly from BioWIN XL with a return hold-up
group.
2.4.5
Operation with external control, with buffer only
The following requirements must be satisfied for this interface:
– Minimum boiler temperature and start-up relief:
The consumer pumps (heating circuit and domestic water pumps) may only be switched on at a boiler temperature of more than 50 °C if the burner is on and must be switched off at a boiler temperature of less than 45 °C.
– Pump lag time:
A lag time of at least 10 min. must be observed for all consumer pumps and a minimum heat consumption
must be ensured during the burnout phase.
– Die anlagenspezifischen Einstellungen sind so zu wählen, das die Laufzeit des Kessel im Durchschnitt min. 1,5
Stunden beträgt (kürzere Laufzeiten führen zu stärkerer Verschmutzung des Kessels und größerem Verschleiß).
a) Heating requirement (setpoint specification) with 2-point controller
The 2-point controller switches the burner ON/OFF with a potential-free contact via the „external heating requirement“ interface of the BioWIN XL.
b) Heating requirement (setpoint specification) with analogue interface
The controller passes the external boiler temperature setpoint via the analogue 0–10 V interface.
2.4.6
Buffer
In principle a pellet boiler system does not need a buffer. A guaranteed minimum heat consumption is required,
e.g. fit a consumer circuit that cannot be blocked off or do not fit thermostat valves on all radiators.
Exceptions: If the total heating requirements of the building according to the ÖNORM M 7500 or EN 12831 calculation are less than 50 % of the boiler’s nominal output, we would recommend integrating a buffer in the system.
This means that the BioWIN XL loads the buffer with a return hold-up group.
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2.4.7
Heating water
Attention!
The chemical composition of the heating water must conform with local legislation and meet the
directives, guidelines and standards, e.g. ÖNORM H 5195, VDI 2035, SWKI BT 102-01.
Applicable for Austria (excerpt from ÖNORM H 5195):
a) According to ÖNORM M 5195 (2010 edition), the condition of the heating water must be checked every 2 years
by a heating technician in order to avoid corrosion and sediment accumulation in the heating system.
b) The pipe lines and heating appliances should be thoroughly rinsed before the boiler is connected.
c) To protect the boiler from contamination from the heating system, installation of a dirt trap is required in old
or existing systems 5with maintenance cocks installed in the return line.
d) If oxygen diffusion or sludge build-up cannot be prevented, the system must be segregated by means of a heat
exchanger.
e) If antifreeze is used, a minimum volume of 25 % antifreeze is required, otherwise corrosion prevention is not
guaranteed.
2.4.8
Water-side resistance (pressure loss)
DFlow rate (m3/h)
BioWIN XL 350, 450, 600
Pressure loss (mbar)
Diagram 1
2.5 Combustion air
An adequate supply of combustion air is absolutely essential. The combustion air must be free from pollutants
(gases, vapours and dusts), otherwise malfunctions and increased wear (e.g. corrosion) may occur.
Information!
Malfunctions or complaints occasioned by inadequate combustion air will not be covered by the guarantee!
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2.5.1
Operating with room air
Combustion air supply directly from the installation room
The combustion air is drawn directly by the device from the installation room, therefore the installation room has
to be adequately ventilated. The combustion air should be fed to near the boiler.
Attention!
The configuration of the entire system must comply with the requirements of regional legislation,
applicable regulations, standards and guidelines.
Applicable for Austria (excerpt from ÖNORM H 5170):
The area of the free minimum cross-section must be 2.5 cm2 per kW of the boiler‘s nominal total output1.
The opening to the outdoors for combustion air should be designed as follows:
– the flow of air must not be restricted in any way by the weather (e.g. snow, leaves),
– the free cross-section area remains the same when taking the cover grille, discs etc. into consideration.
Applicable for Germany (excerpt from the Firing Ordinance, September 2007):
For hearths with a nominal output of not more than 35 kW in total that are dependent on surrounding air, supply
of combustion air will be sufficient providing that every installation rooms has an opening that vents to the atmosphere with an unobstructed cross-section of at least 150 cm² or two openings of 75 cm² each, or pipes leading
outside with a technically equivalent cross-section.
2.5.2
Operating independently of the room air
Combustion air supplied from ventilation draught in the flue
The combustion air is drawn in through an unobstructed ventilation draught in the chimney – Fig. 6. The openings
for the intake air and the flue gas are only allowed to be located with a square with a 500 mm side length. This
ensures that the same air pressure always prevails in the openings (even in very windy conditions).
Only flue gas systems that have been tested and approved for solid fuel applications may be used.
In the BioWIN XL 350 – 600, the air intake pipe can be connected directly (without accessories).
The lengths stated are only a guideline and should not take the place of an actual flue calculation.
Pellet boiler
BioWIN XL 350 – 600
Max. induction length
(Air intake)
15 m, each 90° bend reduces induction length by 1 m
Min. diameter 150 mm
Querschnitt Zuluft
Combustion air line
(Air intake)
(or technically equivalent cross-section)
DN 160
Seal integrity: min. 0.1 m3/h at 0.1 mbar; temperature resistance: 95 °C
(commercially available plastic drain pipes with correctly inserted seal)
Connecting piece
(Flue gases)
Max. length 3 m,
only pipes with minimum classification acc. to EN 1851-1:
T200 H1 D V2 L(xxxx) G(xx) are to be used.
Shaft head
Tested wind protection fixture or design in accordance with DIN V 18160-1 – Fig. 6.
Air/flue gas system
(sketch Fig. 5)
(induction opening for air intake and opening for flue gas discharge are within a
square with a max. edge length of 0.5 m)
Configuration as equal-pressure system
Required accreditations: for solid fuels; moisture-resistant
Swinging draught flap,
explosion flap
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Energy-saving intake regulators or explosion flaps are not allowed to be installed in the living
area. Comply with the statutory regulations and directives.
The boiler‘s nominal total output is the sum of the nominal outputs of all heat generators installed in the same boiler / installation room.
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Hearth with flue gas blower to DIN 18897-1 (type FX42X) for connection to a pressure-equal air/flue
gas system
Examples of models:
Air/flue system with parallel
supply air/flue layout
Air/flue system with concentric supply
air/flue layout
1........... Pellet boiler
2........... Combustion air line (intake air)
3........... Connecting piece (flue gas)
4........... Air/flue gas system
Detail X, Y
Opening (shaft head in accordance
with DIN V 18160-1)
Dh ........ flue gas diameter
HÜ ....... spacing of opening
hA ........ spacing of dispersion plate
e........... protrusion of dispersion plate
5........... Flue gases
6........... Combustion air (intake air)
Fig. 6
Requirements:
Requirements:
HÜ ≥ 2 x Dh
hA = min. 10 cm
e= 0 cm to 8 cm
HÜ ≥ Dh
hA = min. 10 cm
e= 0 cm to 8 cm
Sketch of ventilation draught in flue
The connection for the connecting piece on the chimney should be designed such that the condensate is prevented
from flowing from the chimney back into the connecting piece.
Please note for Germany: Only chimneys with general technical approval, classified as W3G according to DIN V
18160 Part 1 may be used.
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2.6 Installation sequence
a) Transport boiler to installation site and remove transport protection – see section 2.7.
b) Fit side integral fuel hopper and cladding – see section 2.8.
c) Fit exhaust pipe – see section 2.9.
2.7 Setting up, preparing for installation
– Transport boiler to installation site on wooden pallet.
Tip!
The rear transport bracket is intended for clamping to a barrow – Fig. 9.
– The boiler can be installed directly on a non-flammable surface and does not require special foundations. If
foundations have been provided, we recommend that they should be made according to the boiler dimensions
to ensure that the four set screws make contact properly.
– Remove 2 x transport screws at front and back – Fig. 7.
– Remove transport protection and transport bracket - Fig. 8 and 9.
– Remove crate and unscrew floor plate of integral fuel hopper – Fig. 10.
Fig. 7
Removing transport screws
Fig. 8
Removing transport protection
Fig. 9
Removing transport bracket
Fig. 10
Remove crate and unscrewing floor
plate of integral fuel hopper
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2.8 Installation
The cladding of the BioWIN XL comprises the following parts:
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19
1
20
16
2
23
3
21
22
15
7
11
4
12
6
14
10
9
24
5
13
25
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Parts of BioWIN XL 350/450/600
1........... Rear wall
2........... Cladding cover
3........... Intake fitting
4........... Right side panel
5........... Hinges
6........... Cladding door cover
7........... InfoWINplus
8........... Cladding door, right
9........... Base panel
10......... Centre panel, horizontal
11......... Cladding door, left
12......... Auger tube rotary feeder unit
13......... Access ramp
14......... Floor plate
15......... Integral fuel hopper support
16......... Integral fuel hopper
18......... Left side panel
19......... Integral fuel hopper cladding cover
20......... Top right fuel hopper cladding
21......... Centre panel, vertical
22......... Hand guard bracket
23......... Side anti-contact protection
24......... Ash wedge (BioWIN XL 350 only)
25......... Top and bottom cone parts (BioWIN XL 350)
26......... Top and bottom cone parts (BioWIN XL 450/600)
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– Fit floor plate (part 14, attached to integral fuel hopper for transport, see Fig. 10) on left side – Fig. 12, 13.
Fig. 12
Attaching the floor plate
Fig. 13
Attaching the floor plate
– Align the boiler and floor plate with the set screws horizontally or slightly inclined toward the rear – Fig. 14.
– Remove support for integral fuel hopper (part 15) from boiler by removing transport attachments (cable ties)
– Fig. 15.
Integral fuel
hopper support
Auger tube
Fig. 14
Aligning boiler
Fig. 15
Boiler aligned with floor plate
– Unscrew auger tube rotary feeder (part 12) with transport attachments (sheet metal brackets) from boiler
(Fig. 16) and remove transport attachments – Fig. 17.
Fig. 16
Unscrewing transport attachments from boiler
Fig. 17
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Unscrewing transport attachments from rotary feeder
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– Screw auger tube rotary feeder to boiler with 2 hexagon screws (M10 x 20) – Fig. 18, 19.
Attention!
Ensure well-fitting seal between rotary feeder and boiler.
2x
M10 x 20
Fig. 18
Mounting auger tube rotary feeder
unit
Fig. 19
Auger tube rotary feeder unit mounted
– Slide sensor for auger tube safety thermostat together with sensor guard (Fig. 20) into sensor holder as far as
it will go – Fig. 21.
Fig. 20
Sensor and sensor guard
Fig. 21
– Connect 3-pin plug for rotary feeder proximity switch – Fig. 22.
Fig. 22
Connecting 3-pin plug for proximity switch
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Inserting sensor and sensor guard into
holder on auger tube
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– Fit 2 TT screws (M8 x 16) about 1/3 of the way into the side of the integral fuel hopper – Fig. 23.
– Fit integral fuel hopper (part 16) with inserted screws into the 2 lugs at the top and tighten screws – Fig. 24, 25.
– Secure integral fuel hopper below at front with 1 x M10 nut – Fig. 26.
2x
M8 x 16
Fig. 23
Inserting screws by approx. 1/3
Fig. 24
Fitting the integral fuel hopper
1x
M10
Fig. 25
Tightening 2 TT screws at top
Fig. 26
1 nut at bottom of integral fuel hopper
– Remove 1 TT screw (M8 x 16) from the floor plate (Fig. 27) and use them to mount the one support (attached to
the side of boiler) on the floor plate.
Note!
First secure the one support to the fuel hopper at the top with 1 TT screw (M8 x 16) and then attach
to the floor plate with 1 TT screw (M8 x 16) – Fig. 28.
2x
M8 x 16
Fig. 27
Removing 1 TT screw
Fig. 28
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Attach support first to hopper and
then to floor plate
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– Screw hopper to auger tube flange plate with 6 x M8 U-washers and 6 hexagon screws (M8 x 25) – Fig. 29.
Attention!
Ensure well-fitting seal.
6 each of
U-washer M8
M8 x 25
Fig. 29
Fitting auger with 6 U-washers
and 6 hexagon screws
– Connect auger motor plug (Fig. 30, 31)
„Empty“ fill
level switch
Plug for auger
motor
Fig. 30
Plugs for auger motor and fill level switch
Fig. 31
Connecting plug for auger motor
– Mount „empty“ fill level switch on bottom left of hopper with 4 TT screws (M5 x 12) (Fig. 32) and „full“ fill level
switch at top rear of hopper with 4 TT screws (M5 x 12) – Fig. 33.
4x
4x
M5 x 12
M5 x 12
Fig. 32
Mounting „empty“ fill level switch on
bottom left of hopper with 4 TT screws
Fig. 33
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Mounting „full“ fill level switch to top
rear of hopper with 4 TT screws
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– Fit right side panel (part 4); at bottom, position in cut-out in base – Fig. 34.
– Thread InfoWINplus cable into side panel as shown in Fig. 35 and press in strain relief.
Strain relief
Fig. 34
Fitting right side panel
Fig. 35
Threading InfoWINplus cable into side panel
– Thread InfoWINplus cable through opening beside control panel – Fig. 36. For connection in control panel,
see section 3.1.3.
– Secure side panel at top with 3 self-tapping screws – Fig. 37.
3x
Fig. 36
Fitting right side panel – view from below
Fig. 37
Threading InfoWINplus cable into side panel
– Fit vertical centre panel (part 21) (Fig. 38), remove 2 x prefitted TT screws at bottom – Fig. 39.
Fig. 38
Fitting vertical centre panel
Fig. 39
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Removing prefitted TT screw
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– Secure vertical centre panel at top with 2 self-tapping screws (Fig. 40) and at bottom with previously removed
2 TT screws (M5 x 12) – Fig. 41.
2x
2x
M5 x 12
Fig. 40
Securing centre panel at top with 2
self-tapping screws
Fig. 41
Securing centre panel at bottom
with 2 TT screws
– Fit hand guard bracket (part 22); fasten to vertical centre panel with 2 self-tapping screws – Fig. 42.
1x
2x
Fig. 42
Fit hand guard bracket with 2
self-tapping screws
– Fit horizontal centre panels (part 10); secure each panel with 4 self-tapping screws – Fig. 43.
– Mount base panel (part 9) with 2 self-tapping screws – Fig. 44.
4x
4x
2x
Fig. 43
Securing both centre panels with 4
self-tapping screws each
Fig. 44
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Securing base panel with 2 selftapping screws
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For the installer
– Remove prefitted TT screw at rear – Fig. 45. Slide side anti-contact protection plate (part 23) into guide slot
from the back (Fig. 46) and secure with the previously removed TT screw (M5 x 12) (Fig. 47) and 2 self-tapping
screws at the front – Fig. 48.
Fig. 45
Removing prefitted TT screw
Fig. 46
Sliding anti-contact protection plate into
guide slot
1x
2x
M5 x 12
Fig. 47
Securing anti-contact protection
plate with TT screw
Fig. 48
Attaching anti-contact protection plate
at front with 2 self-tapping screws
– Fit left side panel (part 18); at bottom, position in cut-out in base – Fig. 49.
– Secure the side panel to the hopper at the top rear using 1 prefitted TT screw (M5 x 12) – Fig. 50.
1x
M5 x 12
Fig. 49
Fitting left side panel
Fig. 50
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Securing left side panel to hopper at top
rear with 1 TT screw
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For the installer
– Fit rear wall (part 1); secure with 4 self-tapping screws – Fig. 51.
– Fit hopper cladding at top right (part 21) (Fig. 52); secure at front and side with 1 self-tapping screw in each
case (Fig. 53) and Secure at the rear with 2 prefitted TT screws (M5 x 12) – Fig. 54.
4x
Fig. 51
Securing rear wall with 4 selftapping screws
Fig. 52
Mounting hopper cladding at top
right
2x
2x
M5 x 12
Fig. 53
Securing hopper cladding at front
and side with self-tapping screws
Fig. 54
Securing rear hopper cladding
with 2 TT screws
– Fit cover of integral fuel hopper (part 20); secure with 2 self-tapping screws at front (Fig. 55) and Secure at the
rear with 2 prefitted TT screws (M5 x 12) – Fig. 56.
2x
2x
M5 x 12
Fig. 55
Securing cover of integral fuel hopper
at front with 2 self-tapping screws
Fig. 56
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Securing reserve supply container
cover at rear with 2 TT screws
2.
For the installer
– Remove cladding door cover (part 6) from cladding door; remove 4 self-tapping screws (Fig. 57), push cover
back and lift off – Fig. 58.
Fig. 57
Demounting cladding door cover –
removing screws
Fig. 58 Pressing back and lifting off cladding door cover
– Fit both door hinges (part 5) top and bottom in cladding door (part 9) with 2 countersunk screws each – Fig. 59.
– Mount cladding door (part 9) with hinges on right side panel (part 4) using 2 countersunk screws and insert
InfoWINplus cable through opening – Fig. 60.
2x
2x
M4 x 16
M4 x 16
Fig. 59
Fitting both hinges on cladding door
Fig. 60
Mounting cladding door with hinges on right side panel
– Thread InfoWINplus cable into door – Fig. 61.
– Mount InfoWINplus (part 8) on cladding door cover (part 6) with a saw tooth ring for earthing (Fig. 62) and 3
nuts – Fig. 63.
1x
Fig. 61
Threading in InfoWINplus cable
Fig. 62
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Fit saw tooth ring under one nut –
earthing
2.
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3x
Fig. 63
Mounting InfoWINplus on cladding door cover
– Screw earth cables to cover (with saw tooth ring between cover and earth) (Fig. 64) and connect 4-pin plug for
InfoWINplus cable (5-pin plug remains unconnected)– Fig. 65.
1x
+
Fig. 64
Attaching earthing cables and saw
tooth ring to cover
Fig. 65
Connecting InfoWINplus plug and
attaching earthing cables
– Mount cladding door cover on door again with 4 self-tapping screws – Fig. 66.
4x
Fig. 66
Reattaching the cladding door cover
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– Place the cone in the burner pot – Fig. 67.
– Fit the ash wedge (BioWIN XL 350 only) on the burner pot in the right-hand corner, making sure the limit stop
is behind the screw head – Fig. 68.
BioWIN XL 350
BioWIN XL 450/600
Ash wedge
Ash wedge
Limit stop
Screw head
Cone
Fig. 67
Fit cone and ash wedge (with BioWIN XL
350 only) in / on burner pot.
Fig. 68
Fit cone and ash wedge (with BioWIN
XL 350 only) in / on burner pot.
– Close cladding door and turn key a quarter turn to the right to lock – Fig. 69.
Fig. 69
Closing the cladding door and locking with the key
– Mount left cladding door (part 12) on integral fuel hopper – Fig. 70
– Attach access ramp (part 14) for ash container with 2 prefitted TT screws (M5 x 12) – Fig. 71.
2x
M5 x 12
Fig. 70
Fitting left cladding door
Fig. 71
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Attaching access ramp with 2 TT
screws (M5 x 12)
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For the installer
– Slide in the ash container – Fig. 72.
– Push the ash container slightly to the right and slide the handle all the way in – Fig. 73.
Fig. 72
Sliding in the ash container
Fig. 73
Pressing the container slightly to the
right and sliding the handle all the way in
– Closing the bracket fastener – Fig. 74.
– Close left cladding door and turn key a quarter turn to the left to lock – Fig. 75.
Fig. 74
Closing the bracket fastener
Fig. 75
Closing the cladding door with the key
– Install the hanger with the instructions folder and cleaning and operating implements on a wall in the boiler
room – Fig. 76.
Supplied as standard:
1
1........... Folder containing instructions
2........... Cleaning brush
3........... Spatula
4........... Key
5........... Down chute cleaning tool
6........... Hanger (for installation on the wall)
7........... Suction tube for cleaning the primary air tube in the
burner pot
2
3
4
5
6
7
Fig. 76 Mounting hanger with instructions folder,
cleaning and operating implements
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- Mount intake fitting (part 3) on rear of boiler with 4 self-tapping screws and connect both pressure hoses –
Fig. 77. Set the orifice in the intake fitting to the value set on the sticker (0–7). To do this, unfasten 2 screws,
turn the orifice (orifice fully open = 0) and retighten the screws
Sticker with factory setting
4x
Loosen 2
screws, turn
orifice
Fig. 77
Mounting the intake fitting
Fig. 78
Setting the orifice in the intake fitting to
the value on the sticker
– Fit cladding cover (part 2) – Fig. 79.
For installation of the hoses and installation notes, see installation instructions for suction turbine and changeover unit.
Fig. 79
Fitting the cladding cover
2.9 Installing the exhaust pipe
a) Install the exhaust pipe upward to the flue (45° is the ideal angle). Maximum exhaust pipe length 3 m.
Information!
Any section of this exhaust line that only rises slightly (up to 30°) or is horizontal is not allowed to be
more than 1 m in length.
b) Avoid 90° bends, 45° bends are better
c) Make the flue connection at 45° if possible.
d) Do not push the exhaust pipe too far into the flue.
e) Do not seal the exhaust pipe completely into the flue. Connection with flexible exhaust pipe inlet into the flue.
The Induced draught fan can cause sound transmissions that create noise pollution.
f) The BioWIN XL is a low-pressure boiler and this means that the flue gas system needs to meet the „N1“ seal
integrity requirement according to EN 1856-1 and EN1856-2. Please ensure a sufficient immersion depth when
fitting (e.g. when using Windhager stainless steel flue systems).
g) The entire exhaust line (particularly after 1 m length) should be insulated in order to prevent or minimise condensation.
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2.10 Installing the thermal discharge safeguard
a) The thermal discharge safeguard, non-return valve and cleaning –T-piece must still be accessible after installation.
b) The drain must be visible in order to check the function, therefore use a discharge funnel.
c) It must not be possible to block the connection manuall.
Connection in accordance with EN 303-5:
Minimum connection pressure of the thermal safety device: 2 bar.
1........... Pressure reducing valve (only with CW connection of more
than 6 bar)
2........... Dirt trap
3........... Thermal discharge safeguard (opens at approx. 95 °C)
4........... Cleaning –T-piece
5........... Discharge funnel
6........... Immersion sleeve for the sensor of the thermal discharge
safeguard
7........... Boiler return
8........... Boiler feed
Fig. 80
Thermal safety device connection
2.11 Initial start-up and operating instructions
Windhager Customer Service or the customer service partner will start up the boiler first of all, and will familiarise the customer with the system operation and cleaning of the boiler, with reference to the operating manual.
The following preconditions must be met before you order the initial start-up:
1.) Boiler installed correctly.
2.) System fully wired up electrically.
3.) System rinsed, filled and vented – heat consumption must be possible.
4.) Hot water tank connected to domestic water and filled.
5.) Water tank filled with water (see operating manual).
6.) Sufficient quantity of fuel available (pellets, split logs, oil or gas).
7.) The customer must be present during start-up.
The initial start-up cannot be carried out if any of these points are neglected. The customer will be charged
for any unnecessary costs arising as a result.
Start-up and maintenance by Windhager Customer Service or a customer service partner are part of the guarantee requirements of the enclosed “guarantee limitations”.
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3.
For the electrician
For the electrician
3.1 Electrical connections
The boiler and related accessories are designed to be installed only in dry areas (protection type IP 10).
Installation of electrical components may only be performed by a qualified technician. The regulations and specifications of ÖVE, VDI, SEV and local ordinances must be followed.
Attention!
– The mains connection must be protected against short circuit with a 13 A delayed-action fuse.
– On site, the technician must install an all-pole disconnection with at least a 3 mm contact gap at
the mains access point. Current-operated r.c.d. or frequency conversion protection switches are
considered all-pole disconnections (ÖVE regulation).
The boiler is pre-wired and internally fused with a T 6.3 A fine-wire fuse to protect against short circuit. By special
order, the MES modules (including boiler sensor) will be installed in the control panel and wired at the factory –
Fig. 82. if there are more than 3 modules, they are installed in the wall-mount casing (accessory: MES 004) and
need to be electrically wired on site.
Maximum MES module switching capacity:
WVF+ and solar modules with X1/X2 contact:
Relay outputs: 230 VAC, 6 A (2 A inductive), 50 HZ
Solid-state relay: 230 V AC, 1 A
The electrical power is dependent upon the number of modules installed in the unit, that is, the number of actuators powered (pumps, mixing valves, etc.).
In areas with increased power surge risk (e.g. lightning strikes in regions prone to storms), we recommend
installation of an appropriate surge protector.
Fuse T 6.3 A
MES module
Control panel
Fig. 81
Control panel
Information!
Electrical cables must not touch heating and exhaust pipes, nor must they come in contact with noninsulated boiler components. They are to be sufficiently braced and provided with a protective tube.
All electrical connections are located in or behind the control panel.
The control panel is set up on 2 levels (control panel top part and control panel bottom part). The control panel top
part contains the BioWIN XL main board while the control panel bottom part contains the connection terminals
(screwless cage/spring-type terminals) for connecting the MES control and changeover unit. The 230 V AC power
supply (mains plug) is on the rear of the control panel.
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3.
For the electrician
3.1.1
Power supply 230 V AC
– Remove the right cladding cover – Fig. 83.
– The mains plugs for the unit and the suction turbine are on the rear of the control panel – Fig. 84.
We recommend using fine-wire PVC sheathed cables, e.g. H05VV-F (YMM-J) with a 3 x 1.5 mm2 nominal crosssection.
Blower plug
Fig. 82
3.1.2
Suction turbine –
mains plug
Mains
power plug
Fig. 83 Mains plugs for unit and suction turbine –
view from rear
Removing the cladding cover
Opening and closing the control panel
– Loosen 1 screw on top of control panel cover and take off cover – Fig. 85.
– Control panel top part folded up until it engages in lock at side – Fig. 86.
Control panel
top part
Lock
Fig. 84
Loosening screw at front and removing control panel cover
Fig. 85
Folding up control panel top part
To close the control panel top part again, loosen the side lock and fix again with screw at front.
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3.
For the electrician
3.1.3
Connecting the InfoWINplus cable to the control panel
– Route InfoWINplus cable into control panel at rear right, fix with cable ties and connect plug and earthing terminal – Fig. 87.
Fig. 86
3.1.4
Routing and connecting InfoWINplus cable
Electrical connection for MES control, changeover unit
– The connection to the terminal blocks (screwless cage/spring-type terminals) should be made using fine-wire
PVC sheathed cables – Fig. 88, 89. For connection diagrams for the suction turbine and changeover unit, see
section 7.4. MES connection plan can be found on control panel.
Information!
Be sure to note the separate wiring of the extra-low voltage line (sensor) and low-voltage line
(230 VAC)! – Fig. 89.
Cable duct
Low-voltage
(230 V AC)C)
Extra-low voltage (sensor)
Low-voltage
(230 V AC)
Cable duct
Extra-low voltage (sensor
Fig. 87
Control panel bottom part with
terminal blocks
Fig. 88
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Cable ducts - rear view
4.
4.
For the service technician
For the service technician
4.1 Start-up and operating instructions
The Windhager Customer Service or customer service partner will start up the boiler and will familiarise the customer with the system operator and cleaning of the boiler. Start-up and maintenance are part of the guarantee
requirements of the „warranty conditions“ – see also section 2.11.
We recommend that you obtain a maintenance service contract.
4.2 Service and repair work
Service and repair may be performed only by appropriately qualified technicians.
Attention!
After the emergency shut-off switch trips, the boiler and accessories are not completely without
power! When replacing system components (pumps, mixing valves, etc.) prevent all power input (e.g.
by removing the mains power plug).
Please note:
Disconnect the mains power plug before opening the control panel for service or repair purposes. Remove the
cladding cover – Fig. 89. Disconnect the mains power plug from rear of control panel – Fig. 90.
Blower plug
Fig. 89
Removing the cladding cover
Fig. 90
Suction turbine
mains plug
Mains
power plug
Disconnecting mains power plug
4.3 Checking and servicing the thermal discharge safeguard
(Please inform your customer)
Attention!
The function of the thermal discharge safeguard must be checked once a year by a technician and
the amount of limescale in the thermal safety device must be checked. If there is limescale in the
thermal safety device then it must always be removed.
– Press the red cap against the valve (Fig. 91) > Water must flow out
into the funnel.
– Little outflow at funnel > Limescale in thermal safety device (pump limescale remover, e.g. formic acid, through the thermal safety device).
– Thermal discharge safeguard dripping > Clean the seal on the piston and valve seat. If the seal is damaged > Replace the piston.
Note!
There is no need to remove the fitting for this purpose!
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Fig. 91
Thermal discharge safeguard,
pressing red cap against valve
4.
For the service technician
4.4 Technical data for calculating the flue gas system
acc. to EN 13384-1
Formula
symbols
Unit
Nominal thermal output
QN
Nominal heat load
BioWIN XL pellet boiler
(firing thermal output)
Volume concentration of CO2
Flue gas mass flow rate - rated load
Flue gas temperature - rated load
(Average between two cleaning intervals)
Necessary feed pressure
BW 350
BW 450
BW 600
min.
max.
min.
max.
min.
max.
kW
10,0
35,0
13,5
45,0
18,0
60,0
QB
kW
11,3
38,3
15,0
49,5
20,0
66,0
s (CO2)
%
9,1
13,3
9,2
13,5
9,3
13,8
.
m
kg/s
0,0089
0,0215
0,0118
0,0274
0,0155
0,0358
TW
°C
82
140
86
146
90
154
PW
Pa
5
10
5
10
5
10
Flue gas connection diameter
mm
150
150
150
4.5 Technical data – General
BioWIN XL pellet boiler
Unit
BW 350
3
3
3
kW
10,0 – 35
13,5 – 45
18 – 60
kW
0,53
0,6
0,66
Boiler class according to EN 303-5
Nominal thermal output range
Radiation losses
Rated load
Boiler water volume
Water-side resistance
l
∆T = 20 K
∆T = 10 K
mbar
BW 450
BW 600
120
6,8
24,7
10,8
39,5
Boiler temperature control range
°C
Max. operating pressure
bar
3
Test pressure
bar
4,5
Integral fuel hopper
l
kg
208
135
Net weight of fully assembled boiler
Transport weight of boiler part
kg
700
480
Dimensions W x D x H
mm
1220 x 1000 x 1800
Installation dimensions
mm
780 x 980 x 1800
Automatic pellet feed
W
1748
Maximum current consumption, pellet feed
A
8,1
18,5
67,5
60 – 85
Electrical power consumption of pellet feed:
Values from type test
Testing office TÜV SÜD Munich, test report no.: H-C4 1190 - 00/11 and H-C5 1190 - 00/11
Firing efficiency
(100-qA)
Rated load
Part load
%
93,1
94,7
91,8
92,8
92,5
94,0
Boiler efficiency
Rated load ηW
%
91,2
90,7
90,1
°C
141
89
164
99
156
97
Flue gas temperature
Rated load
Part load
Electrical power consumption of pellet boiler:
Maximum current consumption
A
9,6
Maximum for igniting
W
Ignition process
Wh
409
409
409
W
103
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122
53
156
63
Heating mode
Idle operation
Rated load
Part load
W
33
2186
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4.
For the service technician
4.6 Service level
System parameters, start-up or actuator test can be displayed, modified and/or performed on the Service level.
Information!
Only trained service personnel may perform system modifications on the Service level.
Structure on the Service level:
Language selection
Boiler
MB
InfoWINPLUS basic
settings
SMS
(see section 4.4)
Ethernet
ELG
Update Software
Update Firmware
Display contrast
Menu
Operator level
Settings on the operator level
see BioWIN XL Operating
Manual.
Parameters
Fuel quantity auger conveyor
Pumping time ignition phase
Hysteresis burner ON
Service level
Information level
MES Module1
Reserved for trained service
personnel only.
(see operating instructions for
BioWIN XL)
(see separate instructions for
InfoWINPLUS Master operation)
Start-up
Actuator test
Settings
Induced draught fan
Auger conveyor
Auger conveyor
Feed
Ash removal
Maximum value of set temperature
Ignition element
Set temperature ext. heating requirement
Ash removal
Install display module
Boiler no
Language selection
Temperature format
Heating surface cleaning
Type of pellet feed system
Suction turbine
Operating time of suction turbine
Probe switching
Profile ash removal
Boiler/heater pump
Correction of cleaning interval
Input X14/5
Limits for blower speed
Minimum operating time with buffer
Full service
Flue gas min. temperature
1 Only displayed when an MESplus control is present and this has been adjusted by a trained service technician in the basic settings.
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Time format
Date format
Weight
Function
4.
For the service technician
Service level
Boiler temperature
Pressing the Menu button (Fig. 92) shows the „Operator level“, „Service level“, „Information level“ and „MES Module1“
in the display – Fig. 93.
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°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 92
Use the arrow buttons to select the “Service level” submenu – Fig. 93.
Operator level
Service level
Information level
MES Module1
choose
back
Fig. 93
Press and hold the choose button for 5 seconds (Fig. 94).
The display shows „Service level only for trained service
personnel“ – Fig. 95.
Operator level
Service level
Information level
MES Module1
choose
Fig. 94
back
Press for 5
seconds
Service level only
for trained service personnel
5s
Fig. 95
Press for 5
seconds
1 Only displayed when an MESplus control is present and this has been adjusted by a trained service technician in the basic settings.
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4.
For the service technician
Select the required item, „Parameters“, „Start-up“, „Actuator test“ or „Settings“ and confirm by pressing the choose
button – Fig. 96.
For further settings, see sections 4.6.1 - 4.6.4.
Parameters
Start-up
Actuator test
Settings
choose
back
Fig. 96
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the
back button or by waiting 10 minutes – Fig. 97.
Parameters
Start-up
Actuator test
Settings
choose
Fig. 97
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back
4.
For the service technician
4.6.1
Parameters
The following parameters can be selected with the arrow buttons, then confirmed using the choose button.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Number of burner starts
Fuel quantity auger conveyor
Delivery time ignition phase
Hysteresis Burner ON
Maximum value of set temperature
Set temperature ext. heating requirement
Type of pellet feed system
Operating time of suction turbine
Profile ash removal
Correction of cleaning interval
Flue gas thermostat or air intake/ exhaust flap
Limits for blower speed
Minimum operating time with buffer
Number of burner starts
Number of burner starts
1.350
The number of burner starts of the BioWIN XL is displayed.
back
Fig. 98
Fuel quantity auger conveyor
The calculated fuel quantity (actual value) and the range is displayed in kg/h,
and can be adjusted.
BioWIN XL
Actual value
21 kg/h
±5 kg of range
Range
Factory setting:
Setting range:
21 kg/h
19 – 30 kg/h
Correction
Factory setting:
Setting range:
0
±5
Delivery time ignition phase
Setting range:
choose
back
Fig. 99
Delivery time ignition phase
Actual value
240 s
min.
190 s
max.
290 s
Fuel quantity in the ignition phase.
Factory setting:
19.5 kg
21,0 kg
0
BW 350 / 450 / 600
Factory setting:
Setting range:
BioWIN XL
Fuel quantity
Auger conveyor
Actual value
Range
Correction
BW 350
BW 450
BW 600
240 s
280 s
210 s
190 – 290 s
230 – 330 s
160 – 260 s
–
save
back
+
Fig. 100
Hysteresis Burner ON
Hysteresis Burner ON
Actual value
min.
max.
Switching hysteresis for burner control.
Factory setting:
Setting range:
5K
0K
20 K
5K
0 – 20 K
–
Fig. 101
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save
back
+
4.
For the service technician
Maximum value of set temperature
This is the maximum setpoint achievable in normal heating operation.
Factory setting:
Setting range:
75 °C
60 – 85 °C
Maximum value of
set temperature
Actual value
min.
max.
–
save
75 °C
60 °C
85 °C
back
+
Fig. 102
Set temperature ext. heating requirement
This is the set temperature for external heating requirement.
Factory setting:
Setting range:
70 °C
35 – 85 °C
Set temperature ext.
heating requirement
Actual value
min.
max.
–
save
70 °C
35 °C
85 °C
back
+
Fig. 103
Type of pellet feed system
Setting for whether operation is without feed system, with 2 or 8 probes or with
mixer (buried tank).
Factory setting: without feed system
Type of pellet feed system
without feed system
Suction turbine with 2 probe
Suction turbine with 3 probe
Suction turbine with 4 probe
Suction turbine with 6 probe
choose
The following settings are available:
For changeover unit with 3 probes: Suction turbine with 2 probe
Suction turbine with 3 probe
For changeover unit with 8 probes: Suction turbine with 4 probe
Suction turbine with 6 probe
Suction turbine with 8 probe
For buried tank with mixer
Suction turbine with mixer
back
Fig. 104
Type of pellet feed system
Suction turbine with 8 probe
Suction turbine with mixer
choose
back
Fig. 105
Operating time of suction turbine
Factory setting:
Einstellbereich:
Operating time of
suction turbine
Actual value
min.
max.
120 sec.
90 – 240 sec.
–
save
120 sec.
90 sec.
240 sec.
back
Fig. 106
Profile ash removal
This setting can be used to adjust the removal of ash from the burner pot for
different levels of pellet quality.
Profile ash removal
Stage 0
Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3
Factory setting: Stage 1
Stage 0
very low proportion of ash
save
to
Stage 3
very high proportion of ash
(possibly formation of slag)
Information!
Restore factory settings for each delivery of pellets.
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Fig. 107
back
+
4.
For the service technician
Correction of cleaning interval
The cleaning interval is basically dependent on the proportion of ash in the pellets and the profile ash removal. This adjuster can be used to extend or shorten
the cleaning interval by +/-50 %.
The standard setting is a cleaning interval determined by testing.
Factory setting:
Setting range:
0%
±50 %
Correction of Cleaning interval
0%
Actual value
min.
-50 %
max.
+50 %
–
save
back
+
Fig. 108
Attention!
If too long a cleaning interval is selected, the ash container may
overfill.
Flue gas thermostat or Air intake/ exhaust flap
This adjuster can be used to change the flue gas thermostat function (factory
setting) to air intake/ exhaust flap.
Factory setting:
Flue gas thermostat or Air intake/ exhaust flap
Flue gas thermostat
Air intake/exh. flap
Flue gas thermostat
choose
With air intake/ exhaust flap setting:
Factory setting:
Setting range:
back
Fig. 109
Operating time 300 sec.
30 – 600 sec.
Air intake/exh. flap
Operating time
min.
max.
Information!
The set operating time should be twice as long as the actual operating time of the Air intake/exh. flap.
–
save
300 sec.
30 sec.
600 sec.
back
+
Fig. 110
Limits for blower speed
BioWIN XL
BW 350
Minimum
BW 450
Maximum
Minimum
BW 600
Maximum
Minimum
Maximum
Factory setting:
rpm
750
2100
1100
2600
1050
2700
Setting range:
rpm
750–950
2000–2400
1000–1300
2600–2700
950–1250
2600–2700
Limits for blower speed
Minimum
1100 rpm
Maximum
2600 rpm
choose
back
Fig. 111
Minimum operating time with buffer
Minimum operating time
with buffer
Actual value
60 min.
min
0 min.
max
180 min.
This function is not yet available.
–
Fig. 112
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save
back
+
4.
For the service technician
4.6.2
Start-up
The auger conveyor and the feed can be selected on the Start-up level with the arrow buttons, then confirmed or
selected using the choose button. A self-test is started at the end of the start-up.
Auger conveyor
Start-up
Auger conveyor
Feed
The auger conveyor can be switched on for 6 minutes.
Feed
Depending on the set feed system, the feed and each probe incl. purging can be
started up.
4.6.3
choose
back
Fig. 113
Actuator test
The following actuators can be selected with the arrow buttons, then confirmed and started using the choose
button. The actuators are switched off again after 1 minute. A self-test is started at the end of an actuator test.
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Induced draught fan
Auger conveyor
Ash removal
Ignition element
Ash removal
Heating surf. cleaning
Induced draught fan
Auger conveyor
Ash removal
Ignition element
Ash removal
Heating surface cleaning
Suction turbine
Probe switching
Air intake/exh. flap
Boiler pump
choose
back
Fig. 114
Suction turbine
Probe switching
Air intake/exh. flap
Boiler pump
choose
back
Fig. 115
4.6.4
Settings
Install display module
Language selection
Temperature format
Time format
Date format
Weight
This sub-menu contains the following settings:
–
–
–
–
–
–
Install display module
Language selection
Temperature format
Time format
Date format
Weight
choose
Fig. 116
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back
4.
For the service technician
Install display module
Start installation procedure
Is not needed with an individual BioWIN XL boiler, only needs to be used with a
cascade system – see “Planning and assembly” instructions for pellet cascade.
Please press LON button on automatic firing device briefly
back
Fig. 117
Language selection
The InfoWINplus can show the display texts in various languages. The language
required can be selected in this sub-menu.
Language selection
Deutsch
English
Française
Italiano
choose
back
Fig. 118
Temperature format
All temperatures are displayed in the chosen format (e.g. 30.6 °C or 87.0 °F).
Factory setting:
Selection:
Temperature format
°C
°F
°C
°C und °F
choose
back
Fig. 119
Time format
The time is displayed in the chosen format (e.g. 14:12 or 02:12 PM).
Factory setting:
Selection:
Time format
24h
12h
24 h
24 h or 12 h
choose
back
Fig. 120
Date format
The date is displayed in the chosen format (e.g. Wed 17.02.2010 or Wed
02/17/2010).
Factory setting:
Selection:
DD.MM.YYYY
DD.MM.YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
choose
back
Fig. 121
Weight
The weight is displayed in the chosen format (e.g. 6.5 kg or 14.3 lbs).
Factory setting:
Selection:
Date format
DD.MM.YYYY
MM/DD/YYYY
Weight
t, kg
tn. sh., lbs
t, kg
t, kg or tn. sh., lbs
choose
back
Fig. 122
4.6.5
Installation of MESplus modules
Installation procedure active
Display if an MESplus module is installed (connected) or uninstalled
(disconnected).
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 123
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4.
For the service technician
4.7 InfoWINplus basic settings
The basic settings are used to
– set whether the InfoWINplus controls a wood or pellet boiler or whether it is solely used as master operation;
– switch the master operation functions on and off;
– activate/deactivate remote switching by text message.
The basic settings are undertaken in the factory before delivery as per the order.
Information!
Only trained service personnel may perform modifications in the basic settings.
The display switches to the basic settings when „Version ....“
(Fig. 124) is displayed and the button (shown in Fig. 124) is
pressed for 5 seconds.
Boiler temperature
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°C
„Version ...“ is displayed,
(Operating phases)
– if the „R“ button is pressed for 5 seconds on a standard
display – Fig. 125;
– if the InfoWINplus was de-energised and then switched
on.
Info
Menu
The following settings are available in the basic settings:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Language selection
Boiler
MB
SMS
ELG
Ethernet
Update Software
Update Firmware
Fig. 124
Version V3.00
25.9.2013
Fig. 125
Press for
5 seconds
Language selection
Boiler
MB
SMS
ELG
Ethernet
choose
Fig. 126
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Deutsch
No
No
No
No
back
4.
For the service technician
Language selection
The InfoWINplus can show the display texts in various languages. The language
required can be selected in this sub-menu.
Language selection
Deutsch
English
Française
Italiano
choose
back
Fig. 130
Boiler
Setting to determine what kind of boiler the InfoWINplus controls, e.g. wood or
pellet boiler or whether it is solely used as master operation.
Factory setting:
is set in the factory before delivery as per the order.
Selection:
Pellets:
Wood:
Heating oil:
No
BioWIN, BioWIN XL, FireWIN, VarioWIN usw.
LogWIN, SilvaWIN usw.
JetWIN, EcoWIN
No boiler, e.g. for MultiWIN, simply master
operation for remote switching
MB (Master operation)
Setting to define whether MESplus system control is present.
Factory setting:
Selection:
Boiler
Pellets
Wood
Heating oil
No
save
back
save
back
save
back
Fig. 127
MB
Yes
No
is set in the factory before delivery as per the order.
yes: with MESplus system control
no: no MESplus system control
Fig. 128
SMS
Setting to define whether remote switching by text message is possible.
Factory setting:
Selection:
SMS
Yes
No
is set in the factory before delivery as per the order.
yes: with remote switching
no: no remote switching
Fig. 129
ELG, Ethernet, Update Software, Update Firmeware
These functions are not yet available.
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4.
For the service technician
093144/02
4.8 Basic BioWIN XL circuitry
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4.
For the service technician
093149/00
4.9 BioWIN XL connection diagram
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For the service technician
093150/00
4.
Two separate cables are needed to connect the changeover unit.
– Cable for limit switch (extra-low voltage): min. 3 x 0.5 mm2 (no earth), we recommend using a
shielded cable if the cable is longer than 5 m.
– Cable for changeover unit motor (low voltage): 4 x 1.5 mm2 .
4.10 BioWIN XL pellet feed connection diagram with mixer
for buried tank
Operation with a mixer must be set on the service level –
see section 4.6.1 Parameters; Type of pellet feed system.
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Information!
4.
For the service technician
4.11 Connection diagram for air intake/exhaust flap
The air intake/exhaust flap is directly connected to the main PCB (see basic circuit diagram 4.8) at plugs X4
(motor) and X14 (limit switch). See section 4.6.1 Parameters; Flue gas thermostat or Air intake/ exhaust flap.
093182/01
4.12 Connection diagram for flue gas thermostat
The flue gas thermostat is directly connected to the main PCB (see basic circuit diagram 4.8) at plugs X4 (motor)
and X14 (limit switch). See section 4.6.1 Parameters; Flue gas thermostat or Air intake/ exhaust flap.
Flue gas thermostat B2
093311/00
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Austria
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH
A-5201 Seekirchen bei Salzburg
Anton-Windhager-Str. 20
Tel. +43 (0) 62 12/23 41-0
Fax +43 (0) 62 12/42 28
E-mail: [email protected]
Germany
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH
D-86405 Meitingen bei Augsburg
Deutzring 2
Tel. +49 (0) 82 71/80 56-0
Fax +49 (0) 82 71/80 56-30
E-mail: [email protected]
Switzerland
Windhager Zentralheizung Schweiz AG
CH-6203 Sempach-Station bei Luzern
Industriestrasse 13
Tel. +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-0
Fax +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-9
E-mail: [email protected]
WARRANTY
The warranty requires that the boiler and related accessories be properly installed
and started by Windhager Customer Service or Customer Service Partner;
otherwise the manufacturer’s warranty will not be honored. Malfunctions resulting
from improper operation or adjustment as well as use of poor or not recommended
fuel types are not covered by the warranty. Further, the warranty shall be void
if equipment other than those provided by Windhager are installed. The special
warranty restrictions for your system are available in the “Warranty Conditions”
folder supplied with your boiler.
Subject to technical modifications. AWP-vor-übersetzt-aus-023834/06
Start-up and regular maintenance following the terms of the “Warranty Conditions”
will assure safe, environmentally friendly and economical operation of your system.
We recommend that you obtain a maintenance service contract.
France
Windhager Chauffage Central SAS
1, rue du Maire Georges Baruch
Z.A.C. Nord du Rosenmeer
F-67560 Rosheim
Tel. +33 (0) 3 88 81 82 17
Fax +33 (0) 3 88 95 81 85
E-mail: [email protected]
Operating Manual
BioWIN
Pellet central heating boiler
07/2008
091697/02
USER MANUAL FOR INDEPENDENT PELLET or CHIP FIRED BOILERS
SUPPLEMENTARY OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE UK MARKET
TO BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THOSE IN THE INSTRUCTION BOOKLET
READ THE INSTRUCTION BOOK AND THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE BOILER
WARNING NOTE
Properly installed, operated and maintained this stove will not emit fumes into the dwelling. Occasional fumes
from de-ashing and re-fuelling may occur. However, persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and
must not be tolerated. If fume emission does persist, then the following immediate action should be taken: (a) Open doors and windows to ventilate the room and then leave the premises.
(b) Let the fire go out.
(c) Check for flue or chimney blockage and clean if required
(d) Do not attempt to relight the fire until the cause of the fume emission has been identified and corrected. If
necessary seek expert advice.
The most common cause of fume emission is flueway or chimney blockage. For your own safety these must
be kept clean at all times.
IMPORTANT NOTES
General
Before lighting the boiler check with the installer that the installation work and commissioning checks
described above have been carried out correctly and that the chimney has been swept clean, is sound and
free from any obstructions. As part of the boilers’ commissioning and handover the installer should have
shown you how to operate the boiler correctly.
Do not light the boiler if there is a possibility that any part of the heating system may be frozen
Please make sure the ash-pit door and the hopper lid/charging door are firmly closed at all times whilst the
boiler is in operation.
In the event of the appliance failing to light after the initial ignition light-up process, please switch off the
appliance immediately and contact a qualified engineer for resolution of the issue. Please do not attempt to relight the boiler until the issue has been signed off by the engineer.
CO Alarm
Your installer should have fitted a CO alarm in the same room as the appliance. If the alarm sounds
unexpectedly, follow the instructions given under “Warning Note” above.
Version 1 – 22nd January 2015
Boiler Access
Access to the boiler should be restricted for children, aged and/or infirm persons by way of a lockable door to
the room in which the boiler is installed.
Chimney cleaning
The chimney should be swept at least twice a year. It is important that the flue connection and chimney are
swept prior to lighting up after a prolonged shutdown period. Where the chimney is believed to have a served
an open fire installation it is possible that the higher flue gas temperature from a closed appliance may loosen
deposits that were previously firmly adhered, with the consequent risk of flue blockage. It is therefore
recommended that the chimney be swept a second time within a month of regular use after installation.
In situations where it is not possible to sweep through the boiler the installer will have provided alternative
means, such as a soot door. After sweeping the chimney the boiler flue outlet and the flue pipe connecting
the boiler to the chimney must be cleaned with a flue brush.
Periods of Prolonged Non-Use
If the boiler is to be left unused for a prolonged period of time then it should be given a thorough clean to
remove ash and unburned fuel residues. Empty the hopper of unburned fuel. To enable a good flow of air
through the appliance to reduce condensation and to avoid door seals becoming stuck and subsequently
damaged, leave the filling hatch and combustion chamber doors slightly ajar. These actions will reduce the
possibility of unnecessary damage and corrosion.
Extractor fan
There must not be an extractor fan fitted in the same room as the boiler as this can cause the boiler to emit
smoke and fumes into the room
Aerosol sprays
Do not use an aerosol spray on or near the boiler when it is alight.
Use of operating tools
Always use the operating tools provided when handling parts likely to be hot when the boiler is in use.
Chimney Fires
If the chimney is thoroughly and regularly swept, chimney fires should not occur. However, if a chimney fire
does occur turn off the boiler immediately and isolate the mains electricity supply, and tightly close the doors
of the boiler. This should cause the chimney fire to go out. If the chimney fire does not go out when the
above action is taken then the fire brigade should be called immediately. Do not relight the boiler until the
chimney and flueway have been cleaned and examined by a professional.
Permanent air vent
The boiler requires a permanent and adequate air supply in order for it to operate safely and efficiently.
In accordance with current Building Regulations the installer may have fitted a permanent air supply vent into
the room in which the boiler is installed to provide combustion air. This air vent should not under any
circumstances be shut off or sealed.
Version 1 – 22nd January 2015
USER OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
Please read the important notices given above before referring to the main instruction book for detailed
operating instructions.
Frequency of cleaning ash and residues from combustion chamber and ash-box
The owner is required to regularly carry out this cleaning operation and the frequency will depend on the
heating load. When first put to use the boiler should be checked on a daily basis and experience will show
how often this will eventually be required. Remember also that during the main heating season the cleaning
interval will shorten as the load on the boiler will be higher.
Recommended fuels
The boiler is designed to burn only specialized either compressed wood pellets or wood chips which are
detailed in the main instruction book. Under no circumstances should you attempt to burn any other type of
fuel.
General Maintenance
It is important that any glass or other decorative surfaces are kept clean using the appropriate cleaning
materials and techniques as to not damage the internal or external finishes of the boiler.
Spare Parts
For more information on obtaining spare parts, please revert to the specific page of the manufacturer’s
original instruction manual or contact details provided.
HETAS Ltd Approval
This appliance has obtained HETAS Ltd approval for burning either compressed wood pellets or wood chips
as specified in the main instruction manual. Approval does not cover the use of other fuels either alone or
mixed with the recommended fuel, nor does it cover instructions for the use of other fuels.
Contact Details
Windhager UK
Tormarton Road
Marshfield
South Gloucestershire
SN14 8SR
T: 01225 892211
E: [email protected]
Version 1 – 22nd January 2015
Table of contents:
Page
Important information for system operators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
1.1
Safety precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
1.2
Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
1.3
Start-up and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
1.4
Functional test
1.5
Filling the pellet store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
1.6
Sources of danger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
2.1
Functional description, functional elements and operating controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6
2.2
Check before initial start-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
2.3
Filling the reserve supply container . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9
2.4
InfoWIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10
2.5
Operating modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
2.6
Operating phases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
2.7
Information texts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
2.8
Menu guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
2.9
Heating system operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34
Care, cleaning and maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
3.1
Overview of intervals between cleaning (maintenance) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37
3.2
Cleaning heating surfaces (BioWIN Klassik and Premium) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
3.3
Emptying the ash pan (BioWIN Klassik and Premium) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38
3.4
Emptying ash container (BioWIN Exklusiv) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .39
3.5
Combustion chamber (baffle plate, thermocontrol sensor) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40
3.6
Burner pot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
3.7
Blower wheel, blower box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
3.8
Exhaust pipe to flue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
3.9
Water tank level . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
3.10
Cleaning supply container (BioWIN Klassik, Premium and Exclusiv) and
feed unit flap (BioWIN Premium and Exclusiv) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
3.11
Pellet storage room or storage container (BioWIN Premium and Exclusiv) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
4.1
No display on InfoWIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
4.2
Information messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
4.3
Fault messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .46
4.4
Alarm messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
Declaration of conformity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51
Guarantee and warranty limitations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
Contacts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52
2
Important information for system operators
Dear Heating System Owners,
We would like to congratulate you on your new environmentally friendly boiler system. With the purchase of
this high-quality product by WINDHAGER ZENTRALHEIZUNG, you have selected a system that provides more
comfort and optimised fuel consumption while utilising an environmentally friendly means of saving resources.
Your boiler was manufactured under strict ISO 9001 certified standards, was subjected to extensive tests and
all its components are recyclable.
On the following pages we have provided specific information and important tips regarding system operation,
unit functions and cleaning. Please pay close attention to these instructions. Familiarity with the material in this
document will allow you to enjoy long-term operation of the unit. We wish you all the best with your WINDHAGER boiler!
Cordially,
WINDHAGER ZENTRALHEIZUNG
1.1
Safety precautions
The boiler and related accessories are state of the art and meet all applicable safety regulations.
Your boiler and all accessories operate using 230 V AC electrical current. Improper installation or repair can pose
the danger of life-threatening electrical shock. Installation may be performed only by appropriately qualified
technicians.
Caution symbols
Please take careful note of the following symbols in this Operating Manual.
Ignoring the warnings identified can lead to personal injury.
Ignoring the warnings identified can lead to malfunction of, or damage to the boiler or heating system.
1.2
Fuel
The boilers are designed to burn the following fuels:
Pellets according to ÖNORM M7135 or DINplus.
Significant criteria based on the standards are as follows:
Diameter 6 mm
Smooth surface
Residual moisture content max. 10%
Length 80% between 15 – 30 mm
Density at least 1.1 kg/dm3
Energy content min. 18 MJ/kg = 5 kWh/kg
(in water-free condition)
Abraded particles max. 2.3%
Ash content max. 0.5%
Chemical/synthetic binding agents are strictly prohibitNo impurities from varnish or paint residues, etc.
ed
The pellets must be stored in a dry place so that they can be transported without problems and in order to
achieve trouble-free operation with optimum combustion and at maximum efficiency.
3
Important information for system operators
1.3
Start-up and maintenance
Please permit Windhager Customer Service or have one of our customer service PARTNERS put your new boiler into service. In this way, all functions of the new unit will be thoroughly checked; you will also benefit from
the detailed information provided by the system installer. Installation by a qualified technician as well as the
maintenance required by the guarantee limitations and undertaken by WINDHAGER Customer Service or a customer service partner will guarantee the optimal use and service life of your boiler system. This is the only way
to assure the benefits of this technologically advanced boiler and guarantee safe, environmentally friendly and
energy-saving system operation.
The following preconditions must be met before you order the initial start-up:
1.) Boiler installed correctly.
2.) System fully wired up electrically.
3.) System rinsed, filled and vented – heat consumption must be possible.
4.) Boiler connected to domestic water and filled.
5.) Sufficient quantity of fuel available (pellets, split logs, oil or gas).
6.) The customer must be present during start-up.
The initial start-up cannot be carried out if any of these points are neglected. The customer will be charged for
any unnecessary costs arising as a result.
Start-up and maintenance by WINDHAGER Customer Service or a customer service partner are part of the guarantee requirements of the enclosed “guarantee limitations”.
Note: During the first few weeks after start-up, condensation can occur in the combustion chamber, ash pan
and on the heating surfaces. This has no effect on the function and service life of the boiler.
1.4
Functional test
EN 12828 and ÖNORM B8131 require that the function of the system and related safety equipment be checked
and certified yearly by a qualified technician (installer, heating system contractor).
At two-year intervals, the heating water condition must be checked (ÖNORM H 5195-1) by a heating expert
(installer) (see FireWIN installation instructions – Heating water); this is to prevent corrosion and sediment accumulation in the heating system and boiler. For systems using more than 1,500 litres of water (e.g., systems with
accumulator tanks), this inspection is required on an annual basis.
In the event of repair work requiring a change of water in the heating system, the heating water is to be checked
within 4 to 6 weeks after such work.
Corrosion and sediment resulting from improper heating water are not covered by the guarantee and warranty.
4
Important information for system operators
1.5
Filling the pellet store
The pellet flue-connected stove must be switched off correctly at least 15 minutes before the store is
filled – Fig. 2.
Press the ON/OFF button. Never switch off using the emergency OFF switch!
Pressing one of the six buttons firstly switches just the lighting and display on. The boiler is only switched off
when the button is pressed for the 2nd time. Wait until burnout mode has finished (not indicated on the display) and open the combustion chamber doors.
During filling, negative pressure is created in the pellet store and this can cause burn-back in the pellet boiler.
Therefore, the boiler must be stopped from operating during the filling procedure.
Tip:To prevent negative pressure arising in the pellet boiler, remove the inspection cover (Fig. 3) and leave open
during the filling process.
Inspection cover
Fig. 2
1.6
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 3
Opening inspection cover during the filling process
Sources of danger
1.6.1 Power failure (or if the blower is not running)
Do not open the combustion chamber door, there is an increased risk of deflagration when opening the
combustion chamber door. A self-test is performed following a power failure during combustion and
then operation is continued automatically.
1.6.2 Burner pot
Never fill the burner pot with pellets by hand. Excessive combustion material in the burner pot means
that the pellets will not be ignited optimally. Too much low temperature carburisation gas will be generated and this can lead to deflagration.
5
Operation
2.1
Functional description, function elements and
operating controls
The BioWIN pellet boiler and the Modular Energy System MES or the REG standard control combine to form
a perfect unit. The BioWIN automatically fires when the control system signals a heating requirement. Following “purging” (safety function), ignition starts and the pellet metering auger switches on. The burner pot is automatically filled with pellets. When flame formation has been detected (thermocontrol sensor), the boiler enters
flame stabilisation mode and then control mode (modulation mode) and keeps to the specified boiler temperature setpoint (between 60 °C and 75 °C). The boiler enters burnout mode if the heat consumed drops below
the minimum nominal thermal output or no heating requirement is signalled by the control system. The blower continues to run until the burner pot has cooled down.
2.1.1 BioWIN Klassik
The reserve supply container is loaded by hand. The heating surfaces are cleaned manually using the cleaning
lever. The cleaning residues from the heating surfaces and the combustion residues from the burner pot drop
into the ash pan.
Level indicator
water tank
Cover for
pellet reserve supply
container
for
InfoWIN operating unit
Cladding cover, at
front
Inspection cover, top
Inspection cover, bottom
Cladding cover,
at rear
Pellet reserve supply
container
MES modules
Safety thermostat
for boiler temperature
Cleaning brush
Safety thermostat
for auger tube
Spatula
Lever for cleaning
heating surfaces
Cone removal tool
Baffle plate
Cladding door
Down chute
Auger motor
Burner pot
Ash pan
Fig. 4
BioWIN Klassik without combustion chamber door and with open cladding door
6
Operation
2.1.2 BioWIN Premium
Version as BioWIN Klassik, but in addition with fully automatic pellet feed
The pellet feed uses a maintenance-free suction turbine to fill the BioWIN reserve supply container fully automatically with pellets from a pellet storage room or storage container. The pellet feed is switched on by the
lower fill level switch (proximity switch) in the reserve supply container or at the end of the enable time or the
beginning of the start time, and runs for as long as the reserve supply container is full. Filling is not started if
the boiler is in heating operation or the feed has been blocked by the control unit (not during the enable time
e.g. at night). If the boiler is operating when filling is necessary, the boiler switches to burnout mode.
Switching between suction probes 1, 2 and 3 is fully automatic. The system changes to the next suction probe
after the reserve supply container has been filled a certain number of times. This means the storage room is
evenly emptied to a large extent.
Level indicator
water tank
Fully automatic
pellet feed
for
InfoWIN operating unit
Cladding cover, at
front
Inspection cover, top
Inspection cover, bottom
Cladding cover,
at rear
Pellet reserve supply
container
MES modules
Safety thermostat
for boiler temperature
Cleaning brush
Safety thermostat
for auger tube
Spatula
Lever for cleaning
heating surfaces
Cone removal tool
Baffle plate
Cladding door
Down chute
Auger motor
Burner pot
Ash pan
Fig. 5
BioWIN Premium without combustion chamber door and with open cladding door
7
Operation
2.1.3 BioWIN Exklusiv
Version as BioWIN Premium, but in addition with fully automatic heating surface cleaning and ash
removal
Fully automatic heating surface cleaning:
A motor moves the heating surface cleaning system vertically and the heating surfaces remain clean.
Fully automatic ash removal:
During fully automatic ash removal, the ash is transported out of the combustion chamber and the heating surfaces in the side ash container under the supply container using a motor and auger. Pellets only have a low
ash content (approx. 0.5 %). The container therefore only needs emptying 1–4 times a year.
Level indicator
water tank
Fully automatic
pellet feed
for
InfoWIN operating unit
Inspection cover, top
Cladding cover, at
front
Inspection cover, bottom
Cladding cover,
at rear
Pellet reserve supply
container
MES modules
Safety thermostat
for boiler temperature
Cleaning brush
Safety thermostat
for auger tube
Spatula
Cone removal tool
Baffle plate
Down chute
Cladding door
Burner pot
Auger motor
Ash deflector
Ash container
Fig. 6
BioWIN Exklusiv without combustion chamber door and with open cladding door
8
Operation
2.2
Check before initial start-up
a) System pressure (heating water pressure):
The system must be filled and vented. With the system cold, pressure should be at least 1.0 bar
(maximum 1.8 bar). If you have any questions, your installer will gladly answer them.
b) Ventilation:
Please make sure the boiler room is well ventilated. The air supply must be as free of dust as possible.
c) Flue:
Please have the chimney sweep check the flue, and, if necessary, clean it.
d) Water tank:
For level check in water tank for burn-back safeguard – see page 43.
2.3
Filling the reserve supply container
2.3.1 BioWIN Klassik – Manual filling
Open reserve supply container cover and fill reserve container up to max. 1 cm below the edge.
Close the cover.
2.3.2 BioWIN Premium and Exklusiv – fully automatic filling
The reserve supply container is filled by the fully automatic pellet feed. WINDHAGER Customer Service or the
customer service PARTNER will perform the first fill (start-up), take the boiler and its pellet supply into service
and familiarise the customer with the operation and cleaning of the boiler, with reference to the Operating Manual.
9
Operation
2.4
InfoWIN
The InfoWIN is an indication and operation unit on the boiler.
It consists of a large full text display, an ON/OFF button with an LED signal lamp indicating Operation (green)
or Malfunction (red), a button for manual operation / chimney sweeper function as well as four individual menu
buttons. The function of each menu button is displayed on the Menu line.
Full-text display
(illuminated display)
Signal lamp (LED)
“Operation” green or
“Malfunction” red
Manual operation and
Chimney sweeper function
Boiler temperature
38
°C
ON/OFF button
Standby
Info
Menu
Operating phases are displayed here, including
Standby, Burner OFF, etc.
Assignment of buttons to
their specific function
Menu line
Menu buttons
Fig. 7
InfoWIN
The various operating modes are displayed on InfoWIN together with the corresponding operating phases.
The following operating modes exist:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
OFF
ON (with self-test, lighting ON, lighting OFF)
Pellet feed
Solid fuel / buffer mode
Manual operation
Chimney sweeper function
Shut-down procedure
The individual operating modes also
have different operating phases
10
The following operating phases exist:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Standby, display OFF
Purging
Ignition phase
Flame stabilisation
Modulation mode
Burnout
Burner OFF
Switch off heat generator
Operation
2.5
Operating modes
2.5.1 OFF mode
The boiler is switched off when in OFF mode. The display and all
buttons, with the exception of the ON/OFF button, do not function.
The LED on the InfoWIN does not light up – Fig. 8.
Fig. 8
OFF mode
2.5.2 ON mode, lighting ON,
self-test, lighting OFF
Self-test
active
Press the ON/OFF button, lighting and display are switched on and
the self-test starts automatically – Fig. 9.
.....
(Animated symbol)
Self-test:
Sensors, switches and motors are checked during the self-test.
After a successful self-test, the display shows an operating phase
and the boiler water temperature (standard display). The LED control lamp lights up green and the desired functions can be selected using the buttons – Fig. 10.
If the self-test was unsuccessful, an information message (e.g. information, fault, alarm) is displayed (see sections 4.3 and 4.4).
Fig. 9
Self-test
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 10
Lighting ON/OFF
Standard display
Boiler temperature
42
The display lighting switches off automatically after 10 min. (Fig.
11). Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting on again
for 10 min.
InfoWIN identifies and stores the various operating modes and
states. Once the system is switched on, other operating modes may
also be displayed instead of the standard display, such as manual
operation, solid fuel or accumulator tank operation; malfunctions
are also displayed. These operating modes and states are described
later in these instructions.
11
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
Fig. 11
Display lighting ON
°C
Operation
2.5.3 Pellet feed
Pellet feed – burnout
Pellet feed
Pellet feed from the storage room into the reserve supply container has been
requested. Combustion is stopped. Pellet transport into the burner pot is
stopped, the Induced draught fan continues to run until all the remaining pellets have been burned and the burner pot has cooled down – Fig. 12.
Fig. 12
Burnout
Info
42
°C
Menu
Pellet feed in operation
Pellet feed
in operation
The pellet feed is in operation. Pellets are supplied from the storage room into
the reserve supply container. The burner is locked – Fig. 13.
42
Fig. 13
2.5.4 Solid fuel / buffer mode
Burner locked
Info
°C
Menu
Solid fuel/
buffer mode
If the BioWIN pellet boiler is combined with a solid fuel boiler or an accumulator tank, the WVF or BUL module integrated in the control panel automatically switches over between pellet and solid fuel/buffer mode.
Fig. 14
Burnout
Info
42
°C
Menu
Combustion of the BioWIN is stopped when the WVF or BUL module sends
the request to switch over to solid fuel/buffer mode – Fig. 14.
Following this, the system switches over to solid fuel/buffer mode and the
BioWIN burner is locked – Fig. 15.
If the pellet boiler is switched off using the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN, an
automatic switchover to solid fuel/buffer mode is performed in conjunction
with a WVF module. Once the InfoWIN unit is switched on, the pellet boiler
can be locked out for a maximum of 15 minutes due to switch-over delays.
This is displayed by InfoWIN – Fig. 15.
After an hour in solid fuel/buffer mode, the display is shut down fully, only the
green LED is lit up. The display is switched back on by pressing a button or
when there is a heating requirement.
12
Solid fuel/
buffer mode
42
Fig. 15
Burner locked
Info
°C
Menu
Operation
2.5.5 Manual operation
Note: Manual operation cannot be started in “solid fuel/buffer mode”. Manual operation must not be started if
an installed solid fuel boiler is operating (heated up). Manual operation may be started if there is no solid fuel
boiler installed or if this is not operating but only the accumulator tank is active. In this case, first set the operating mode switch on the WVF module to relay test 2 or on the BUL module to relay test 1 (see WVF or BUL
module operating manual).
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display on.
Manual operation starts if the Manual operation / chimney sweeper
function button is pressed for more than five seconds – Fig. 16. This
sets the boiler temperature to the setpoint fixed for manual operation (standard value 60 °C). The current automatic setting is not affected by this. The lighting is switched off after the lighting timer has
counted down (10 min.); the function or display remains unchanged.
Manual operation
Boiler temperature
(Symbol flashes)
42
(Operating phases)
–
Cancel
°C
+
The various operating phases are displayed here,
including Burner in operation, Burner OFF, etc.
Press for 5
seconds
Fig. 16
Pressing the Cancel button or Manual operation / chimney sweeper function button terminates the function – Fig. 22. The boiler
returns to automatic operation.
Manual operation
Boiler temperature
(Symbol flashes)
42
°C
(Operating phases)
–
Cancel
+
Fig. 17
Setpoint adjustment for manual operation
Manual operation
Set temperature
By pressing the + or – button the display switches to the setpoint
adjustment mode – Fig. 18. Using the + or – button can change the
setpoint in 1 K steps. The temperature set in this mode is not permanently saved. The original set temperature is used once manual operation ends.
(Symbol flashes)
–
70
°C
Back
+
Fig. 18
After pushing the Return button (Fig. 19) or after waiting 45 seconds, the screen returns to its previous display.
Manual operation
Set temperature
(Symbol flashes)
–
Fig. 19
13
70
Back
°C
+
Operation
2.5.6 Chimney sweeper function
This function aids the performance of legally-required emissions testing.
Note: The chimney sweeper function cannot be started in “solid fuel/buffer mode”.The chimney sweeper function must not be started if an installed solid fuel boiler is operating (heated up). The chimney sweeper function
may be started if there is no solid fuel boiler installed or if this is not operating but only the accumulator tank
is active. In this case, first set the operating mode switch on the WVF module to relay test 2 or on the BUL module to relay test 1 (see WVF or BUL module operating manual).
A short press of the Manual operation / chimney sweeper function
button switches on the lighting and display. Pressing the button again
starts the chimney sweeper function – Fig. 20. The boiler temperature
is set to approx. 60 °C for 45 min.
Chimney sweeper func.
Power 100%
45min
(Symbol flashes)
42
°C
(Operating phases)
30%
Cancel 100%
The various operating phases are displayed here, including Burner in operation, Burner OFF, etc.
Fig. 20
Pressing the corresponding menu button enables the boiler to be
operated with 30 % or 100 % output – Fig. 21. The
lighting
is
switched off after the lighting timer has counted down (10 min.); the
function or display remains unchanged.. Only the lighting is switched
on when the button is first pressed.
The operating time is reset to 45 min. when the Manual operation /
chimney sweeper function button is pressed again.
Chimney sweeper func.
Power 30%
45min
(Symbol flashes)
42
°C
(Operating phases)
30%
Cancel 100%
Fig. 21
Chimney sweeper func.
Power 30%
45min
The chimney sweeper function ends
– when the Cancel button is pressed – Fig. 22.
(Symbol flashes)
42
°C
(Operating phases)
30%
Cancel 100%
– automatically after about 45 minutes.
Fig. 22
2.5.7 Shut-down procedure
The green LED flashes
Shut-down procedure
The boiler is switched off - Fig 23.
Burnout
Info
Fig. 23
14
42
°C
Menu
Operation
2.6
Operating phases
2.6.1 Standby
Boiler temperature
During this operating phase, the controls do not transmit requests for heat.
The burner is switched off and the boiler temperature setpoint is 0 °C – Fig. 24.
After an hour in standby mode, the display is shut down fully, only the green
LED is lit up. The display is switched back on by pressing a button or when
there is a heating requirement.
Fig. 24
2.6.2 Purging
Standby
Info
42
°C
Menu
Boiler temperature
The Induced draught fan runs, the combustion chamber of the BioWIN is
flushed through with fresh air. This phase can last several minutes before the
burner fires – Fig. 25.
Fig. 25
2.6.3 Ignition phase
Purging
Info
42
°C
Menu
Boiler temperature
The Induced draught fan runs, pellets are transported into the burner pot and
are ignited. When flame formation is detected, the system switches over to
flame stabilisation – Fig. 26.
42
Fig. 26
2.6.4 Flame stabilisation
Ignition phase
Info
°C
Menu
Boiler temperature
42
Following the ignition procedure, even combustion is established and then the
system switches over to modulation mode – Fig. 27.
Fig. 27
2.6.5 Modulation mode
°C
Flame stabilisation
Info
Menu
Boiler temperature
42
The burner is in modulation mode. The output is infinitely varied between 30 %
and 100 % – Fig. 28.
Fig. 28
2.6.6 Burnout
Modulation mode
Info
°C
Menu
Boiler temperature
Combustion is stopped. Pellet transport into the burner pot is stopped, the
Induced draught fan continues to run until all the remaining pellets have been
burned and the burner pot has cooled down – Fig. 29.
Fig. 29
2.6.7 Burner OFF
Burnout
Info
42
°C
Menu
Boiler temperature
There is a heating requirement from the control system, but the boiler temperature (actual value) is higher than the boiler temperature setpoint. This
means combustion is stopped and the burner is switched off – Fig. 30.
15
Fig. 30
Burner OFF
Info
42
°C
Menu
Operation
2.7
Information text
Boiler temperature
Pressing the Info button calls up the most important BioWIN information – Fig. 31.
The arrow buttons select and display sub-menus – Fig. 32. Pressing the Back button (Fig. 33) or waiting 45 seconds returns to the
standard display.
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 31
The following information texts exist:
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
42
°C
Next boiler cleaning in about [h]
Operating hours [h]
Total pellet consumption [t]
Flue gas temperature [°C]
Boiler temperature setpoint [°C]
Current boiler output [%]
Switch/buffer temperature
Display module software version
Firing automate software version
Boiler model
Next boiler
cleaning in about
300
h
Back
Fig. 32
Next boiler
cleaning in about
300
h
Back
Fig. 33
2.7.1 Next boiler cleaning
Next boiler
cleaning in about
Display of the operating time in hours remaining until the next boiler cleaning – Fig. 34.
Note: The operating time remaining until the next boiler cleaning depends on
the operating method and is constantly recalculated. Therefore, there may be
deviations from the normal operating hours.
300
h
Fig. 34
2.7.2 Operating hours
Back
Operating hours
1.234
The total number of burner operating hours is displayed – Fig. 35.
Fig. 35
2.7.3 Total pellet consumption
h
Back
Pellet consumption
total
The total amount of pellets consumed is displayed in tonnes - Fig. 36.
Note:The “Total pellet consumption” is a calculated value and can differ from
the actual value by ±15%.
16
1.30
Fig. 36
Back
t
Operation
2.7.4 Flue gas temperature
Flue gas temperature
123
This function displays the current flue gas temperature – Fig. 37.
The flue gas temperature is measured directly on the flue outlet. It may
therefore deviate from a standard measurement.
Fig. 37
2.7.5 Boiler temperature setpoint
°C
Back
Boiler temperature
setpoint
63
The display indicates the boiler temperature setpoint as calculated by the control system. This setpoint is used to control the burner – Fig. 38.
Fig. 38
2.7.6 Current boiler output
°C
Back
Current
boiler output
70
The current boiler output is displayed in %. The boiler output (modulation
mode) can be set from 30 % to 100 % – Fig. 39.
Fig. 39
2.7.7 Switch/buffer temperature
%
Back
Switch/buffer
temperature
The switch/buffer temperature is not displayed for an individual BioWIN boiler. The current switch/buffer temperature is only displayed for a BioWIN cascade (system with 2 or 3 BioWINs) – Fig. 40.
70
Fig. 40
2.7.8 Display module software version
Back
Software version
display module
4.00
The current software version of the display module (InfoWIN) is displayed –
Fig. 41.
Fig. 41
2.7.9 Firing automate software version
Back
Software version
firing automate
4.00
The current software version of the firing automate (main PCB) is displayed –
Fig. 42.
Fig. 42
2.7.10 Boiler model
Back
Boiler model
With an individual BioWIN boiler, the boiler model is always displayed and 0
is always displayed as the boiler – Fig. 43.
With a BioWIN cascade (system with 2 or 3 BioWINs), the boiler model and
boiler name of the pellet boiler are displayed – Fig. 43.
Boiler 0 = 1st boiler
Boiler 1 = 2nd boiler
Boiler 2 = 3rd boiler
17
°C
Pellet boiler 100
Boiler
0
Fig. 43
Back
Operation
2.8
Menu guide
Boiler temperature
Pressing the Menu button changes the menu display to the Operator level or the Service level – Fig. 44.
Use the arrow buttons to select the Operator level or Service level
(Fig. 45) and confirm with the Choose button – Fig. 46.
42
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 47) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Fig. 44
Only trained service personnel may perform system modifications on the Service level.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 45
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 46
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Fig. 47
18
°C
Back
Operation
Menu structure:
Menu
Service level
Operator level
Boiler
cleaning
Time
with enable
time
(reserved for trained service
personnel only)
Feed operating
mode
with start time
without
time control
Time profile
feed
switched off
with enable time:
Start/finish
automatic
19
Probe
switching
only probe 1
only probe 2
with start time:
Start
only probe 3
Operation
2.8.1 Operator level
Boiler temperature
Pressing the Menu button changes to the “Operator level” and “Service level” – Fig. 48.
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 48
The Arrow buttons select the “Operator level”; the Choose button
confirms the choice – Fig. 49.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 49
On the Operator level, use the Arrow buttons to select the required
sub-menu (Fig. 50); the Choose button confirms the choice.
Adjusting the:
boiler cleaning: see section 2.8.1.1
time: see section 2.8.1.2.
feed operating mode: see section 2.8.1.3.
time profile feed: see section 2.8.1.4.
probe switching: see section 2.8.1.5.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 50
Note: The menu items “Feed operating mode”, “Time profile feed”
and “probe switching” are only shown if a feed or probe switching
function is provided and activated on the service level.
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 51) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 51
20
Back
Operation
2.8.1.1
Boiler cleaning – Resetting the cleaning request
After boiler cleaning has been performed (section 3.1), boiler cleaning must be confirmed so that the operating time until the next boiler cleaning is restarted.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
Without cleaning boiler cleaning must not be reset.
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display
on – Fig. 52.
Fig. 52
Press the Menu button – Fig. 53.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 53
Confirm the selected menu item “Operator level” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 54.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 54
The arrow buttons select the “Boiler cleaning” sub-menu – Fig. 55.
Boiler cleaningTime
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 55
Confirm the selected “Boiler cleaning” sub-menu by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 56.
Boiler cleaningTime
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 56
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Back
Operation
Pressing the Yes button resets the boiler cleaning – Fig. 57.The display
shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 58) and then
changes back to the previous level – Fig. 59.
Has boiler and
burner cleaning
been performed?
–
Confirm
Yes Back
+
Fig. 57
Parameter is
saved
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 58
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 59) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Boiler cleaningTime
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 59
22
Back
Operation
2.8.1.2
Setting the time
Boiler temperature
This time is used for the time control of the pellet feed and for automatic heating surface cleaning.
If the BioWIN is operated with an MES control, the time is automatically adopted from the module and the time set here is overwritten.
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
If the BioWIN is operated with REG standard control, the time must
be set here too.
Fig. 60
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display
on – Fig. 60.
Press the Menu button – Fig. 61.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 61
Confirm the selected menu item “Operator level” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 62.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 62
Confirm the selected “Time” sub-menu by pressing the Choose
button – Fig. 63.
Boiler cleaning
Time Feed operating
mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 63
Set time
The arrow buttons set the required time – Fig. 64.
13:50
–
Fig. 64
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Save
Yes
No
+
Operation
Pressing the Yes button saves the changed time – Fig. 65. The display shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 66)
and then changes back to the previous level – Fig. 67.
Set time
13:50
–
Save
Yes
No
+
Fig. 65
Parameter is
saved
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 66
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 67) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Boiler cleaning
Time Operating mode
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 67
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Back
Operation
2.8.1.3
Setting the feed operating mode
Boiler temperature
This menu item sets:
– whether the feed is switched off, or
– whether the feed should fill the pellet boiler with or without time
control.
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display
on – Fig. 68.
Fig. 68
Press the Menu button – Fig. 69.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 69
Confirm the selected menu item “Operator level” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 70.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 70
The arrow buttons select the “Feed operating mode” sub-menu –
Fig. 71.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 71
Confirm the selected sub-menu “Feed operating mode” by pressing the Choose button – Fig. 72.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 72
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Back
Operation
The factory setting for the “Feed operating modem” menu item is
“switched off”.
Feed operating mode
With enable time
With start time
Without time control
Switched off
Save
Yes
No
without time control: Select this if the feed noise (suction turbine)
cannot be heard or is not disruptive in the living area. This mode
guarantees the fewest possible feeds because the reserve supply container is always “run to empty”.
Functional description: The pellet feed is automatically switched
on at any time as soon as the reserve supply container is empty.
with start time: Select this if you want the feed to start at the same
time every day.
Fig. 73
Functional description: The reserve supply container is filled
every day at the set time (see page 28). Interim fills are also performed if the filling amount is not sufficient for 24 hours.
Feed operating mode
With enable time
With start time
Without time control
Switched off
Save
Yes
No
with enable time: Select this if the feed noise (suction turbine) can
be heard or is disruptive in the living area.
Functional description: The pellet feed is enabled during a time
period that can be set (see page 29). The reserve supply container is automatically refilled full at the end of the enable time.
Tip: A complete fill sucks in about 25 kg of pellets. The pellets
required during the blocked time must not exceed this value!
Fig. 74
Parameter is
saved
Burning duration with 50 kg pellets
BioWIN Burning duration at nominal output
BW 100
19 h
BW 150
14 h
BW 210
10 h
BW 260
8 h
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 75
It is only ever possible to select one menu item at a time. The
“time profile feed” corresponding to this selected menu item can
then be set in section 2.8.1.3
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
The arrow buttons select the required sub-menu – Fig. 73.
Pressing the Yes button saves the changed “Feed operating mode” –
Fig. 74. The display shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 75) and then changes back to the previous level – Fig. 76.
Choose
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back button (Fig. 76) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Fig. 76
26
Back
Operation
2.8.1.4
Setting the time profile feed
Boiler temperature
The “Time profile feed” menu item displays the corresponding setting option depending on the setting in the “Feed operating mode”
menu item (see section 2.8.1.3).
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
Setting: “With enable time” see page 29
Setting: “With start time” see page 28
Setting: “Without time control” or “switched off” see page 30
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display
on – Fig. 77.
Fig. 77
Press the Menu button – Fig. 78.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Fig. 78
Confirm the selected menu item “Operator level” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 79.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 79
The arrow buttons select the “Time profile feed” sub-menu –
Fig. 80.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 80
Confirm the selected sub-menu “Time profile feed” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 81.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 81
27
Back
Operation
“with start time”
Feed start time
A time can be set here in the “Time profile feed” menu item for
filling the reserve supply container if the “with start time” setting
is active in the “Feed operating mode” menu item (see section
2.8.1.3). The reserve supply container is filled every day at the set
time. Interim fills are also performed if the filling amount is not sufficient for 24 hours.
Start
09:00
Save
Yes
No
–
+
Factory setting “feed start time”: Start 20:00
Fig. 82
Pressing the + or – buttons changes the time in 1 min steps – Fig. 82.
Feed start time
Pressing the Yes button saves the changed time – Fig. 83. The display shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 84)
and then changes back to the previous level – Fig. 85.
Start
09:00
Save
Yes
No
–
+
Fig. 83
Parameter is
saved
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 84
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 85) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 85
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Back
Operation
“with enable time”
The start and end of the enable time can be set here in the “Time
profile feed” menu item if the “with enable time” setting is active
in the “Feed operating mode” menu item (see section 2.8.1.3).
Feed
enable time
Start
End
Choose
Factory setting “feed enable time”:
07:00
22:00
Back
Start 07:00
End 22:00
Fig. 86
The arrow buttons select the “Start” or “End” times to be changed
– Fig. 86.
Confirm the selected time by pressing the Choose button – Fig. 87.
Feed
enable time
Start
End
Choose
07:00
22:00
Back
Fig. 87
Pressing the + or – buttons changes the time in 15 min steps –
Fig. 88.
Feed
enable time
Start
End
–
Save
Yes
No
07:00
22:00
+
Fig. 88
Pressing the Yes button saves the changed time – Fig. 83. The display shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 90)
and then changes back to the previous level – Fig. 91.
Feed
enable time
Start
End
–
Save
Yes
No
Fig. 89
Parameter is
saved
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 90
29
07:00
22:00
+
Operation
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 91) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Feed
enable time
Start
End
Choose
07:00
22:00
Back
Fig. 91
“without time control” or “switched off”
No setting is possible here in the “Time profile feed” menu item if
the “without time control” or “switched off” setting is active in the
“Feed operating mode” menu item (see section 2.8.1.3) – Fig. 92.
Feed without
time control or
switched off
Back
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 92) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Fig. 92
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Operation
2.8.1.5
Setting probe switching
Boiler temperature
If BioWIN is equipped with a fully automatic pellet feed, it is possible to set here which probe is used for sucking pellets from the
pellet storage room. There are four different setting options:
– automatic:
removal from all 3
switching.
– only probe 1: removal from only probe
– only probe 2: removal from only probe
– only probe 3: removal from only probe
probes,
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Lighting ON
automated
1, no switching
2, no switching
3, no switching
Fig. 93
Note: If “Pellet feed system, operation with 2 probes” is set in the
service level, the option of “Removal from only probe 3” is not displayed here.
Pressing one of the six buttons switches the lighting and display
on – Fig. 93.
Boiler temperature
42
°C
(Operating phases)
Info
Menu
Press the Menu button – Fig. 94.
Fig. 94
Confirm the selected menu item “Operator level” by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 95.
Operator level
Service level
Choose
Back
Fig. 95
The arrow buttons select the “probe switching” sub-menu – Fig. 96.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Back
Fig. 96
Confirm the selected “probe switching” sub-menu by pressing the
Choose button – Fig. 97.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 97
31
Back
Operation
The arrow buttons select the probe switching – Fig. 98.
Probe switching
automatic
Only probe 1
Only probe 2
Only probe 3
Save
Yes
No
Fig. 98
Pressing the Yes button saves the changed probe switching –
Fig. 99. The display shows “Saving parameter value” for a few seconds (Fig. 100) and then changes back to the previous level –
Fig. 101.
Probe switching
automatic
Only probe 1
Only probe 2
Only probe 3
Save
Yes
No
Fig. 99
Parameter is
saved
.....
(Animated symbol)
Fig. 100
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back
button (Fig. 101) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Boiler cleaning
Time
Feed operating mode
Time profile feed
Probe switching
Choose
Fig. 101
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Back
Operation
2.8.2 Service level
Operator level
Service level
System parameters, start-up and actuator test can be displayed,
performed and/or modified on the Service level.
Choose
Back
Changes on the Service level may be performed only by
trained service personnel (directions for setting, see the
BioWIN Installation instructions)
Fig. 102
Service level only
for trained
service personnel
5 s
Fig. 102
The menu item or sub-menu item is exited by pressing the Back button (Fig. 104) or after a delay of 45 seconds.
Parameters
Start-up
Actuator test
Choose
Fig. 104
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Back
Operation
2.9
Heating system operation
2.9.1 BioWIN with MES system control
Switching on – automatic operation:
1. Press the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN panel, the lighting and display are switched on, the signal lamp lights
green and a self-test is performed (see also section 2.5.2). After a successful self-test and if a setpoint is transferred by the system control, the BioWIN automatically starts operation.
2. Set the operating mode switch(es) on the MES control module(s) to “Automatic operation”.The system operation (setting temperatures and operating times) is performed using the analogue or digital user module
(installed in the living area) – for more details, please refer to the MES and user module instructions.
ON/OFF button
InfoWIN operating unit
Digital user module FB 5210
Operating mode
switch
Analogue user module FB 5410
Fig. 105
BioWIN with MES system control
For operation of the MES and related user modules, please see their respective Operating instructions.
Switching off:
1. Set the operating mode to “Standby”
using the analogue or digital user module (installed in the living area).
2. If the boiler has been out of service for an extended period during the summer months, press the ON/OFF button
on the InfoWIN unit.
The anti-freeze function is not active when the boiler is shut off.
Chimney sweeper function:
This is operated using the InfoWIN unit – see section 2.5.6.
Emergency operation:
In the event the system control fails, selecting the “Manual operation” mode using the MES control module
and InfoWIN unit
(see section 2.5.5) will activate emergency operation to maintain heat and hot water.
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Operation
2.9.2 BioWIN with REG standard control
Switching on – automatic operation:
1. Press the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN panel, the lighting and display are switched on, the signal lamp
lights green and a self-test is performed (see also section 2.5.2). After a successful self-test and if a setpoint
is transferred by the system control, the BioWIN automatically starts operation.
2. Set both manual switches to the “Automatic”
position.
3. Set the operating mode switch on the REG standard control unit RAM 786 to “Automatic operation“
. The
REG standard control unit RAM 786 (installed in the living area) is used to operate the system (set the desired
temperature and operating times) – please refer to the separate Operating instructions.
The time must also be set on the InfoWIN (see section 2.8.1.1). This time is used for the time control of the
pellet feed and for automatic heating surface cleaning.
ON/OFF button
InfoWIN
Operating mode switch
Automatic operation
REG standard control RAM 786
Manual switch for heating
Manual switch for hot water tank
Fig. 106
BioWIN with REG standard control
Switching off:
1. Set “Standby”
operating mode on the REG standard control unit (installed in the living area).
2. If the boiler has been out of service for an extended period during the summer months, press the ON/OFF
button
on the InfoWIN unit.
The anti-freeze function is not active when the boiler is shut off.
Chimney sweeper function:
This is operated using the InfoWIN unit – see section 2.5.6.
Emergency operation:
If the system control fails, setting the two manual switches on the boiler control panel and using the button on
the InfoWIN unit
(see section 2.5.5) will activate emergency operation to maintain heat and hot water.
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Operation
How to switch to emergency (manual) operation
Heating emergency operation:
1. There must be power to the boiler. The unit is switched on (otherwise, press the ON/OFF button
InfoWIN unit).
2. Select “Manual operation”
on the
on the InfoWIN unit – see section 2.5.5.
3. Set the manual switch to the “Heating manual operation”
position.
4. Also set the motorised mixing valve to manual operation and select the desired flow temperature. The boiler temperature will be maintained at the selected temperature (60 to 75 °C). Exercise caution if you have underfloor heating.
Emergency operation of boiler reservoir with feed pump:
1. There must be power to the boiler. The unit is switched on (otherwise, press the ON/OFF button
InfoWIN unit).
2. Select “Manual operation”
on the
on the InfoWIN unit – see section 2.5.5.
3. Set the manual switch to the “Hot water tank manual operation”
position.
4. Once the desired hot water temperature has been reached, set the manual switch to the “Hot water tank automatic operation”
position.
Emergency operation of boiler reservoir with charging valve:
1. There must be power to the boiler. The unit is switched on (otherwise, press the ON/OFF button
InfoWIN unit).
2. Select “Manual operation”
on the InfoWIN unit – see section 2.5.5.
3. Set both manual switches
and
to the “Manual operation” position.
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on the
Care, cleaning and maintenance
Clean the boiler cladding and keyboard foil with a moist cloth as needed. In the event of heavy soiling, use
soapy water or diluted suds (do not use strong cleaners or sharp cleaning instruments).
A clean boiler saves fuel and protects the environment. Therefore always clean your boiler as required!
Your Windhager expert PARTNER can provide you with a practical cleaning set, comprising: High-quality vacuum
cleaner, magnetic flashlight, gloves, apron. This will enable you to clean more quickly and conveniently.
3.1
Overview of intervals between cleaning (maintenance)
The BioWIN is equipped with a cleaning and ash removal interval display. The “Clean boiler and burner” cleaning request is displayed on the InfoWIN and must be reset after cleaning/ash removal has finished – see section 2.8.1.1.
A clean boiler saves fuel and protects the environment. Therefore always clean your boiler as required when the
cleaning and ash removal request is displayed.
The cleaning and ash removal intervals may be reduced or extended depending on the pellets used (e.g. ash
proportion), the power consumed by the heating system (frequently switching on and off) and the boiler size
of the BioWIN (10 to 26 kW).
Annual maintenance is required in addition to cleaning. This is performed by WINDHAGER Customer Service or
the customer service PARTNERS and is a prerequisite of the guarantee limitations.
Note for cascade installations (installation with 2 or 3 BioWINs): When cleaning, only the boiler that is
actually going to be cleaned need be shut down, the other boiler(s) may continue to operate.
Cleaning and
ash removal intervals
BioWIN Klassik
BioWIN Premium
Operate the heating surface cleaning lever
Display
“Clean boiler and
burner”
Information 580
Fault 390
BioWIN Exklusiv
Empty ash container
Frequent use of the lever increases efficiency (see section 3.2)
(see section 3.4)
Empty the ash pan
Check the combustion
chamber
and burner pot,
clean if necessary
(see section 3.3)
Check the combustion chamber and burner pot,
clean if necessary
Note: The burner only needs cleaning after every
3–4 cleaning requests.
(see sections 3.5 and 3.6)
(see sections 3.5 and 3.6)
Confirm boiler and
burner cleaning
Confirm boiler and burner cleaning
(see section 2.8.1.1)
(see section 2.8.1.1)
Blower wheel/blower box
(see section 3.7)
Blower wheel/blower box
Exhaust pipe to flue
(see section 3.7)
(see section 3.8)
Exhaust pipe to flue
at least once per
heating season
Water tank level
(see section 3.8)
(see section 3.9)
Water tank level
Supply container and
feed unit flap
(see section 3.9)
Reserve supply container
(see section 3.10)
(see section 3.10)
Storage room/storage container
(see section 3.11)
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Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.2
Cleaning heating surfaces
(BioWIN Klassik and Premium)
Optimum efficiency is achieved when the heating surfaces are cleaned as
often as possible using the cleaning lever.
Note: In the BioWIN Exklusiv, this cleaning is undertaken fully automatically several times a day).
The cleaning lever should be moved back and forth several times before
emptying the ash pan at the latest – Fig. 107.
Fig. 107
3.3
Emptying the ash pan
Actuating lever for cleaning
heating surfaces
(BioWIN Klassik and Premium)
Do not open the combustion chamber door during operation. Always switch the boiler off first with the
ON/OFF button and wait until burnout mode has finished.
– Switch off the BioWIN with the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN (Fig. 108) and wait until the display has gone
out.
– Open the combustion chamber door, turn the ash pan handle anti-clockwise – Fig. 109.
– Take out ash pan (Fig. 110) and empty.
Assembly:
– Slide in ash pan and turn handle clockwise until stop is reached.
– Close the combustion chamber door, switch the BioWIN back on with the ON/OFF button.
Fig. 108
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 109
Turning handle to the left
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Fig. 110
Removing ash pan
Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.4
Emptying ash container
(BioWIN Exklusiv)
– Switch off the BioWIN with the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN (Fig. 111) and wait until the display has gone
out.
– Pull handle on ash container out until stop is reached so that the side openings in the ash container are sealed
– Fig. 112.
– Loosen the bottom right bracket fastener (Fig. 113), slide container slightly to the left and pull out – Figs. 114,
115.
– Emptying ash container – Fig. 116.
Assembly:
– Refit container by working through these steps in reverse order.
Important: Slide ash container handle all the way back in.
When reinstalling the ash container and cover, check they are in the correct position and are sealed – danger
of inleaked air!
Fig. 111
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 112
Pulling out handle
Fig. 113
Opening the bracket fastener
Fig. 114
Moving container slightly to
the left
Fig. 115
Taking out container
Fig. 116
Emptying ash container
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Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.5
Combustion chamber
(baffle plate, thermocontrol sensor)
Do not open the combustion chamber door during operation. Always switch the boiler off first with the
ON/OFF button and wait until burnout mode has finished. It is essential to let the combustion chamber
cool down before cleaning.
– Switch off the BioWIN with the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN (Fig. 117) and wait until the display has gone
out.
– Raise baffle plate at rear and guide it out at a downwards pointing angle – Fig. 118, Taking out the baffle plate
and removing fly ash
– If necessary, remove fly ash from the thermocontrol sensor. The thermocontrol sensor is located in the combustion chamber behind the baffle plate – Fig. 119.
Assembly:
Thermocontrol sensor
By working through these steps in reverse order.
Fig. 117
3.6
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 118
Cleaning the baffle plate
Fig. 119
Cleaning the thermocontrol
sensor
Burner pot
Do not open the combustion chamber door during operation. Always switch the boiler off first with the
ON/OFF button and wait until burnout mode has finished. It is essential to let the boiler cool down before
cleaning.
Before cleaning with a vacuum cleaner, check that there are no longer any embers in the combustion
residue!
If the level of combustion residue in the burner pot is more than 4 cm above the grate plate, perform cleaning
as follows:
– Lift out the cone using the removal tool – Figs. 120, 122, 124.
– Use the spatula to scrape off the deposits from all sides of the cone, however in particular on the underside.
– Vacuum out the burner pot, remove the primary air pin and carefully clean the holes with a small screwdriver or drill bit if necessary (holes must be clear).
– Lift the grate plate from below using the removal tool and remove it (Figs. 121, 123, 135), scrape off ash
residues from the top and bottom of the grate plate and from the hole in the middle using the spatula to
clean it.
– Use the spatula to scrape the edges out clean all round the inside of the burner pot at the bottom. All secondary air holes must be clear, clean them with a small screwdriver or drill bit if necessary.
– Remove combustion residues from the burner pot and the grate with a spatula and clean with a vacuum
cleaner. Vacuum the ash out of the primary air tube (in the middle of the burner pot).
The glow ignition is located in the primary air tube so avoid shaking the burner pot violently – risk of
breakage!
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Care, cleaning and maintenance
BioWIN 100
BioWIN 150
Fig. 122
Fig. 120
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
BioWIN 100
BioWIN 150
Fig. 123
BioWIN 210/260
Fig. 121
Removal tool
Guide groove for the lock
in the burner pot
Cone
Primary air pin
Grate plate
Secondary air holes
Lock for cone
Burner pot
Fig. 124
BioWIN 210/260
Fig. 125
Assembly:
– Insert the grate plate, making sure the projection/opening of the grate plate projects through the driver of
the driving rod and rests fully on the bottom grate plate – Figs. 121, 123, 125.
– Place the cone into the burner pot using the removal tool. The groove in the cone must project into the lock
of the burner – Figs. 120, 122, 124.
Important: Before inserting the primary air pin, once again vacuum out the primary air tube in the middle
of the burner pot. Make sure there is no debris in the tube (damage to the ignition element!).
– Insert the primary air pin (on lock = note anti-twist device!).
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Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.7
Blower wheel, blower box
The blower is automatically checked and cleaned as part of the maintenance by WINDHAGER Customer Service or
the customer service partner.
– Switch off the BioWIN with the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN (Fig. 126) and wait until the display has gone out.
– Fold up complete control panel – Fig. 127.
– Disconnect the blower plug – Fig. 128.
Fig. 126
–
–
–
–
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 127
Folding up control panel
Fig. 128
Disconnecting the blower
plug
Unscrew four wing nuts from the blower box and raise the complete blower unit – Fig. 29.
Clean fly ash with a vacuum cleaner.
Raise blower box at front and take out – Fig. 130.
Vacuum top parts of coasting surface or use a cleaning brush to clean them – Fig. 131.
Fig. 129
Unscrewing blower unit
Fig. 130
Taking out blower box
Fig. 131
Cleaning the coasting surfaces
– Clean the blower wheel using a spatula – Fig. 132.
Assembly:
By working through these steps in reverse order.
– Insert blower box.
– Mount the blower unit. Important: Tighten the wing nuts diagonally across so that the blower cover makes
a good seal.
– Connect the blower plug.
– Raise locking arm for control panel (Fig. 133) and fold down control panel.
Fig. 132
Cleaning the blower wheel
Fig. 133
Loosening locking arm
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Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.8
Exhaust pipe to flue
Check the exhaust pipe to the flue for dirt and clean at least once a year.
3.9
Water tank level
Regularly check the water tank level and top up with water if necessary. Water level must not fall below the min.
mark – Fig. 136.
– To fill the water tank, slide up front cladding on the feed unit and remove – Fig. 134.
– Remove plug from water tank and top up – Figs. 135, 136.
Assembly:
By working through these steps in reverse order.
Water tank
plug
Fig. 134
Removing the cladding
Fig. 135
Water tank plug
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Water tank
min. mark
Fig. 136
Filling water container
Care, cleaning and maintenance
3.10 Cleaning supply container (BioWIN Klassik, Premium and Exclusiv)
and feed unit flap (BioWIN Premium and Exclusiv)
It is necessary to clean the reserve supply container and/or flap in the feed unit if too much dust has collected
or there are foreign bodies in the reserve supply container.
Cleaning and/or checking the feed unit flap:
– Switch off the BioWIN with the ON/OFF button on the InfoWIN (Fig. 137) and wait until the display has gone out.
– Open the cladding door.
– Place a container for the pellet at the front.
– Remove both knurled screws and carefully take off the bottom inspection cover. Pellets may gush out depending on how high a level of them there is - Fig. 138.
– Remove pellets and dust using from reserve supply container.
– Remove dust in feed unit and on flap, check flap for ease of movement – Fig. 139. Full surface of flap must
make contact with feed unit. Telltale on proximity switch must light up brightly when flap is closed.
Assembly:
By working through these steps in reverse order.
Knurled screws
Fig. 137
Switching off BioWIN
Fig. 138
Removing the knurled
screws
Flap
Fig. 139
Proximity switch
with telltale
Feed unit flap
3.11 Pellet storage room or storage container
(BioWIN Premium and Exclusiv)
When entering the pellet storage room or storage container do not stand on the pellets around the suction probe.
Before filling the pellet storage room or storage container, check the following:
-
whether the storage room is free of foreign bodies.
-
whether a lot of dust has settled on the floor over time.
Please note: A layer of dust on top of the pellets is normal because dust present migrates to the surface
when the pellets gush out during removal.
-
whether pellets have swelled up against the wall if the storage room is not fully dry.
Tip 1:
Pellet dust is totally organic and can therefore be disposed of as organic waste.
Tip 2:
Leading pellet suppliers recommend fully emptying the storage room every 2–3 years. You can deactivate automatic changeover between the three suction probes using the InfoWIN (see section 2.8.1.4).
This allows you to fully empty the storage room for one probe (i.e. 1/3 of the storage room). You can
then continue heating with the other two suction probes. If you perform this task every year with a different want, you will “replace” your entire supply of pellets every 3 years.
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Troubleshooting
The BioWIN pellet boiler is self-monitoring during operation. All deviations from normal operation are displayed
on the InfoWIN by information, fault or alarm messages. If one of these messages appears, the LED lights up
red, an information, fault or alarm symbol flashes, an information code is displayed along with a brief description in full text – Fig. 140.
Pressing the Info button (Fig. 140) displays the related information text (Fig. 140). To exit the information text
menu, press the Back button (Fig. 141) or wait 45 seconds and the information, fault or alarm message is displayed again – Fig. 140.
With almost all messages, it is necessary to press the Reset button after rectifying the cause of the information, fault or alarm message. In these cases, “Reset” is displayed in the menu line – Fig. 140.
If “Reset” is not displayed in the menu line, the boiler starts operating again automatically after the cause of
the information, fault or alarm message has been rectified.
Pressing the Test button changes to the actuator test immediately. This function is only intended for trained service personnel (directions for setting, see the BioWIN installation instructions).
All safety functions are deactivated during the actuator test!
Information text
Brief description
Flashing symbol
LED “red”
Clean blower wheel and
clean blower box.
Press reset.
Induced draught fan
defective
!
AL 016
Info
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°C
Follow operating
manual.
Back
Reset Test
Information code
Fig. 140
Fig. 141
Pressing the Back button (Fig. 142) exits the actuator test.
Induced draught fan
Auger conveyor
Ash removal
Ignition element
Ash removal
Heating surf. cleaning
Choose Back
Fig. 142
If you wish to call WINDHAGER Customer Service or your
customer service PARTNER due to a malfunction, please
first make a note of the following data from the rating plate:
–
–
–
–
Model
Factory number
Year of manufacture
Fault or alarm message
The rating plate is located on the front of the control panel
under the cladding cover – Fig. 143.
Rating plate
Fig. 143
Rating plate
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Troubleshooting
4.1
No display on InfoWIN
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
a) No electricity, check the cable to the device and the building fuse.
–
No display,
LED not lit up
b) No electricity, device fuse blown – check and replace if necessary - see
Fig. 144.
Boiler is off, cannot be switched on with the
ON/OFF button.
c) Mains power plug loose or poorly or not connected together during installation – check and connect together firmly if necessary - Fig. 144
d) Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
4.2
IN – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
Boiler continues to heat until the remaining fuel quantity has been consumed.
Re-fill fuel
IN 581 Integral fuel hopper is almost empty.
Re-fill pellets.
a) BioWIN Klassik (without feed):
Fill fuel into the fuel container (see section 2.3).
b) BioWIN Premium/Exklusiv (with feed):
Feed is switched off in “feed operating mode” (see section 2.8.1.3). In
“Feed operating mode” menu item, set to “with enable time”, “with start
time” or “without time control”.
a) BioWIN Klassik (without feed):
Fill fuel into the fuel container (see section 2.3).
Integral fuel hopper empty
IN 582 Integral fuel hopper empty. Top up pellets. b) BioWIN Premium/Exklusiv (with feed):
Burner is locked.
IN 590
Remove ash
Confirm cleaning
Remove ash, clean boiler if necessary, confirm cleaning.
Feed is switched off in “feed operating mode” (see section 2.8.1.3). In
“Feed operating mode” menu item, set to “with enable time”, “with start
time” or “without time control”.
Boiler and burner are still operating.
Note indicating that the pellet boiler must be cleaned in the next 50 operating hours (see sections 3.2 to 3.6).
Following cleaning, cleaning must be confirmed on the InfoWIN operator
level (see section 2.8.1.1).
Combustion chamber door open
IN 595 Combustion chamber door is open, burner Close the combustion chamber door.
locked.
4.3
FE – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
No pellet feed is possible. The boiler does not operate.
a) No pellets at the suction probe – Set “probe switching” to “automated”
or select another probe (see section 2.8.1.5). Press the Reset button
Feed is not sucking any pellets
FE 238 Check pellet supply in storage room and
feed hose.
Press reset.
b) Feed hose blocked at the cyclone intake or entry to the changeover unit
– clear it. Press the Reset button.
c) Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Emergency operation: Switch off the feed unit (see section 2.8.1.3). Fill the
reserve supply container with pellets by hand, boiler is allowed to continue
operating without feed.
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Troubleshooting
4.3
FE – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
No pellet feed is possible. The boiler does not operate.
Press the Reset button. If the fault reoccurs after a reset, inform Windhager
Customer Service or a heating technician.
Probe switching defective
FE 239 Check the changeover unit.
Emergency operation: Switch off the feed unit (see section 2.8.1.3). Fill the
reserve supply container with pellets by hand, boiler is allowed to continue
operating without feed.
Press reset.
Flue gas temperature sensor defective It is not possible to display the flue gas temperature. No effect on operation.
FE 281 Check the flue gas temperature sensor and Replace the flue gas temperature sensor, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
connections.
Feed is outside the enable time. Enable time for the feed has been set too
short, which means the pellets in the reserve supply container are used
up and the feed is blocked.
Integral fuel hopper empty
FE 381 Time programme blocking feed.
Change enable time in menu/operator level.
Extend the enable time for the feed in the “Feed operating mode” menu
item (see section 2.8.1.3) or operate “with start time” or “without time control”.
The boiler does not operate.
a) Flap not shutting – clean flap (see section 3.10). It must be making full
contact with the feed unit. Telltale on proximity switch of feed unit must
light up brightly when flap is closed. Press the Reset button.
b) Mains plug on feed unit is loose or not snapped in, connect up plug
firmly – Fig. 144.
Pellet feed flap does not close
FE 382 Check the flap and switch in the feed unit.
c) Fill level switch (proximity switch) in the reserve supply container defecPress reset.
tive – inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
d) Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Emergency operation: Switch off the feed unit (see section 2.8.1.3). Fill the
reserve supply container with pellets by hand, boiler is allowed to continue
operating without feed.
FE 390
Remove ash
Confirm cleaning
Boiler and burner are still operating.
Remove ash, clean boiler if necessary, confirm cleaning.
Following cleaning, cleaning must be confirmed on the InfoWIN operator
level (see section 2.8.1.1).
The pellet boiler must be cleaned (see sections 3.2 to 3.6).
Blower plug
Fig. 144
Feed unit mains plug
Plug – rear of control panel
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Mains power plug
Troubleshooting
4.4
AL – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
Ash removal motor no longer moves or no longer reaches the end position, boiler switches to burnout mode.
a) Burner contamination; close combustion chamber doors, press reset
button; once the alarm message is rectified, clean the burner pot as
described in section 3.6.
The glow ignition is located in the primary air tube so avoid shaking the burner pot violently – risk of breakage!
Ash removal defective
AL 005 Ash removal defective or sticking.
Cleaning the burner pot. Press reset.
If the alarm message remains active, clean the burner pot as
described in section 3.6. Note: Grate plate at top can only be raised
and removed when closed. If the grate plate is not fully closed, scrape
off residue in burner top with spatula/screwdriver and vacuum. Close
combustion chamber door, press reset button, if the alarm message
remains in place, repeat the process or inform Windhager Customer
Service or a heating technician.
b) Grate plate not inserted correctly or check correct installation position
(see section 3.6.).
c) Motor for ash removal defective, inform Windhager Customer Service
or a heating technician.
d) Limit switch defective, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Boiler enters burnout mode, Induced draught fan is stopped immediately.
Auger conveyor motor defective
AL 006 Auger conveyor motor defective
Press reset.
a) Press the Reset button. If the malfunction recurs immediately after a
short period, or recurs at regular intervals, contact Windhager Customer Service or your heating technician.
b) Renew the auger conveyor motor, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
The actual speed is different from the nominal speed. The boiler switches to burnout mode.
Induced draught fan defective
AL 016 Clean blower wheel and
clean blower box.
Press reset.
a) The blower wheel and blower box are dirty, clean (see section 3.7).
Press the Reset button.
b) Blower plug is loose or not snapped in, connect up plug firmly – Fig.
144.
c) Renew the Induced draught fan motor, inform Windhager Customer
Service or a heating technician.
No pellet feed is possible. The boiler does not operate.
a) Flap in feed unit not opening automatically – clean flap and check for
ease of movement (see section 3.10). Press the Reset button.
Pellet feed flap does not open after b) Feed unit suction turbine no longer switching off, disconnect mains
plug from feed unit (see installation instructions in Service and repair
AL 037 feeding
Check the flap in the feed unit. Press reset.
work section). Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Emergency operation: Switch off the feed unit (see section 2.8.1.2). Fill the
reserve supply container with pellets by hand, boiler is allowed to continue
operating without feed.
Air intake/exhaust flap defective
AL 062 Air intake/exhaust flap defective or not
opening. Check flap.
Press reset.
External air choke (optional) does not open.
a) Check the air choke, press the Reset button.
b) Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Safety/emergency switch open
Boiler enters burnout mode, however the blower does not run.
AL 071 Check switch position of safety / emergency
Switch on emergency heating/OFF switch.
switches.
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Troubleshooting
4.4
AL – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
Boiler sensor defective
AL 076 Check the boiler sensor and connections.
a) Press the Reset button. If the malfunction recurs immediately after a
short period, or recurs at regular intervals, contact Windhager Customer Service or your heating technician.
The boiler switches to burnout mode.
Press reset.
b) Renew the boiler sensor, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
The boiler switches to burnout mode.
Thermocontrol sensor defective
AL 078 Check the thermocontrol sensor and connections. Press reset.
Switch/buffer sensor defective
AL 114 Check the switch/buffer sensor and connections on the cascade module.
a) Press the Reset button. If the malfunction recurs immediately after a
short period, or recurs at regular intervals, contact Windhager Customer Service or your heating technician.
b) Renew the thermocontrol sensor, inform Windhager Customer Service
or a heating technician.
The boiler switches to burnout mode.
a) Check the switch/buffer sensor and connections on the cascade module.
b) Renew switch/buffer sensor, inform Windhager Customer Service or a
heating technician.
The flame goes out in modulation mode. The boiler switches to burnout
mode.
a) Clean the burner and the boiler.
Check the exhaust pipe to the flue and clean it if necessary. Press the
Reset button.
b) Burner component (e.g. grate disc) not inserted correctly after cleaning – check installation position.
c) Check the ash container (see section 3.4) and cover are in the correct position and are sealed – danger of inleaked air. Press the Reset button.
No flame formation in control mode
AL 128 Clean boiler and burner.
Press reset.
d) An excessive amount of dust in the pellets is emptying the auger. (However, in the intervening period, pellet feed may have been started) ⇒
Empty the reserve supply container completely (see section 3.10) and
remove the dust. The alarm message AL 171 may light on up to 2 occasions until the boiler starts operating again. Acknowledge with the
Reset button.
e) Auger conveyor jammed due to a foreign body, clean the reserve supply container (see section 3.10) and remove the foreign body through
the opening above the auger, refill the reserve supply container. The
alarm message AL 171 may light on up to 2 occasions until the boiler
starts operating again. Acknowledge with the Reset button.
f) Inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
Boiler temperature is above 100 °C, boiler enters burnout mode, Induced
draught fan is switched off immediately.
a) Check the water level or pressure in the heating system – re-fill, bleed
the air.
b) Air in the heating system – bleed air.
Safety temperature shut-down
AL 133 Check the system and filling pressure. Press c) The heat pump or boiler feed pump is sticking or is defective – start
Release button on boiler.
pump manually or have it repaired.
Once the boiler water temperature falls below 90 °C, remove the cover,
press the Release button of the safety thermostat B7 firmly – Fig. 145.
If the malfunction occurs after a short period, or recurs at regular intervals, contact Windhager Customer Service or your heating technician.
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Troubleshooting
Cover of safety thermostat
Device fuse T 6.3 A
Cover of safety thermostat
auger tube
Fig. 145
4.4
BioWIN control panel cladding raised, combustion chamber door open
AL – messages
Code Display on InfoWIN
Cause/remedy
Boiler enters burnout mode and transports pellets into combustion chamber.
a) Check level in water tank (see section 3.9), if there is no water in the
tank (burn-back safeguard triggered) inform Windhager Customer Service.
Excess temperature on auger tube
AL 135 Check fill level in water tank. Press release b) Check the burner, remove all pellets from the burner pot.
button behind comb. chamber door.
c) Open combustion chamber door, remove the cover from the safety
thermostat auger tube press the Release button firmly (see Fig. 145).
If the ignition does not function first time (AL 171), press the Reset button (pellets in the auger conveyor will have been damaged due to the
higher temperature).
No flame formation when heating up. Heating-up procedure is cancelled.
a) Clean the burner pot (see section 3.6), empty the ash pan or ash container (see section 3.3). Confirm cleaning (see section 2.8.1.1). Press the
Reset button.
AL 171
Maximum heating time exceeded
Clean burner pot. Press reset.
b) An excessive amount of dust in the pellets is emptying the auger. (However, in the intervening period, pellet feed may have been started) ⇒
Empty the reserve supply container completely (see section 3.10) and
remove the dust. The alarm message AL 171 may light on up to 2 occasions until the boiler starts operating again. Acknowledge with the
Reset button.
c) Auger conveyor jammed due to a foreign body, clean the reserve supply container (see section 3.10) and remove the foreign body through
the opening above the auger, refill the reserve supply container. The
alarm message AL 171 may light on up to 2 occasions until the boiler
starts operating again. Acknowledge with the Reset button.
d) Ignition defective, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating
technician.
No communication with firing automate
AL 187 Check linkage of firing automate and con-
The boiler switches to burnout mode.
a) Check the connection cable or InfoWIN plug connection to the firing
automate, inform Windhager Customer Service or a heating technician.
nections. Press reset.
b) Connect the firing automate, inform Windhager Customer Service or
a heating technician.
Internal error occurred
AL 188 ErrorCode 188 xxx
Current TablelD 4 xxx
Internal communication error. The boiler switches to burnout mode.
A reset is performed automatically after 1 minute if this error occurs.
If the malfunction occurs after a short period, or recurs at regular intervals, contact Windhager Customer Service or your heating technician.
Combustion chamber door opened The boiler switches to burnout mode.
during operation
Close the outer door. Door may only be opened if the burner is switched
AL 195 Door is not allowed to be opened unless
the burner is switched off. Close the door.
Press reset.
off. Press the Reset button.
Failure to observe this point may result in components in the combustion chamber be damaged due to peaks in temperature!
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Declaration of conformity
for the BioWIN pellet boiler series
Issued by:
WINDHAGER ZENTRALHEIZUNG Technik GmbH
Anton-Windhager-Strasse 20
A-5201 Seekirchen
Subject of the declaration:
BioWIN pellet boiler series in the configuration variants BWK, BWP, BWE
The appliances comply with the requirements in the following documents:
Document no. Title
Standard
98/37 EC
Machinery Directive
73/23 EEC
Low-Voltage Directive
89/336 EEC
EMC Directive
EN
EN
EN
EN
Seekirchen, 28.3.2006
303-5
60335-1
61000-6-1
61000-6-3
Edition
1999
2001
2001
2001
WINDHAGER ZENTRALHEIZUNG
Technik GmbH
Johann Thalmaier, Board of Directors
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Guarantee and warranty limitations
The guarantee and warranty limitations require that the boiler and related accessories be properly installed and
started up by WINDHAGER Customer Service or Customer Service PARTNER; otherwise the manufacturer’s guarantee will not be honoured.
Malfunctions resulting from improper operation or adjustment as well as use of poor or not recommended fuel
types are not covered by the guarantee and warranty. Further, the warranty shall be void if equipment other
than those provided by WINDHAGER are installed. The special warranty restrictions for your system are available in the “Warranty Conditions” folder supplied with your boiler.
Start-up and regular maintenance following the terms of the “Warranty Conditions” will assure safe,
environmentally friendly and economical operation of your system. We recommend that you obtain a
maintenance service contract.
Contacts
Austria:
Spare parts:
Tel. +43 (0) 62 12/23 41-268
Fax +43 (0) 62 12/42 26
Regional customer service
Salzburg:
Tel. 0 62 12/23 41-267
Fax 0 62 12/45 04
Upper Austria:
Tel. 0 62 12/23 41-266
Fax 0 62 12/45 04
Tyrol, Vorarlberg:
Tel. 0 62 12/23 41-263
Fax 0 62 12/45 04
Carinthia:
Tel. 0 62 12/23 41-269
Fax 0 62 12/45 04
Technical assistance for Salzburg, Upper Austria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg, Carinthia: Tel: 0 62 12/23 41-264
Vienna, Lower Austria, Burgenland:
Tel. 01/869 43 28-340 or 01/869 43 28-450
Fax 01/865 13 81
Styria:
Tel. 01/869 43 28-670
Fax 01/865 13 81
Technical assistance for Vienna, Lower Austria, Burgenland, Styria: Tel: 01/869 43 28-560
E-mail: [email protected]
Germany:
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH
D-86405 Meitingen
Deutzring 2
Tel. +49 (0) 82 71/80 56-0
Fax +49 (0) 82 71/80 56-30
E-mail: [email protected]
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH
D-04509 Delitzsch
Heinrich-Rudolf-Hertz-Str. 2
Tel. +49 (0) 3 42 02/7 23-0
Fax +49 (0) 3 42 02/7 23-30
E-mail: [email protected]
Customer service, western and southern Germany:
Fax +49 (0) 82 71/80 56-30
E-mail: [email protected]
Customer service, northern and eastern Germany:
Tel. +49 (0) 3 42 02/7 23-0
E-mail: [email protected]
Switzerland:
Windhager Zentralheizung Schweiz AG
CH-6203 Sempach-Station
Industriestrasse 13
Tel. +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-0
Fax +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-9
Spare parts: +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-0
E-mail: [email protected]
Regional customer service
for German-speaking Switzerland:
Tel. +41 (0) 41/46 94 69-6
E-mail: [email protected]
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Subject to technical modifications. AWÖ – übersetzt aus 023715/07 - vor - 06/2003
Headquarters:
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH
A-5201 Seekirchen
Anton-Windhager-Str. 20
Tel. +43 (0) 62 12/23 41-0
Fax +43 (0) 62 12/42 28
E-mail: [email protected]
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