XI. CANADIAN NOTES. Applied Air GAS-FIRED HEATERS

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XI. OPERATION AND INSTALLATION NOTES FOR

CANADIAN UNITS ONLY

• Keep this owners manual in an accessible place to answer questions about the unit.

• A low temperature limit control is needed for areas where the ambient air temperature is below -40 ° F at the controls (Freeze-Stat)

• The unit shall be installed in accordance with the installation code for gas burning appliances and equipment, CGA B149, and applicable provincial regulations for the class; which should be carefully followed in all cases. Authorities having jurisdiction should be consulted before installations are made.

• The unit shall be installed such that no source of flammable vapor gasses or dust shall be within 20 ft horizontally of any unit unless that source is separated from the unit by an enclosure of fire and vapor resistive materials.

• The unit shall be installed to prevent snow, rain or deleterious material from entering the unit.

• All air shall be brought directly from the outdoors.

• The total air discharge capacity of the unit shall not exceed by more than 10% the total discharge capacity of the exhaust system(s) in conjunction with which it is used. Where the tempered air is discharged directly

XII. MAINTENANCE

• Monthly

ü Remove and clean the filters using a mild degreaser and water.

ü Check belt tension and pulley alignment.

• Yearly

ü Check for gas leaks and repair as needed.

ü Check all controls for proper operation.

ü Clean flame sensor (for an ultraviolet sensor, wipe the lense with a damp cloth. For a flame rod, rub with steel wool to remove any rust build-up.

ü Clean burner with a wire brush and ensure the burner ports are free of debris. Then wipe down with a clean rag.

UNIT

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

FILTER SIZES

STAND ALONE

QTY SIZE

2

3

6

8

10

16 X 20

16 X 25

16 X 20

20 X 25

20 X 25

ROOF TOP PKG

QTY SIZE

1

2

6

8

--

20 X 25

20 X 25

16 X 20

20 X 25

--into a booth, the total air discharge capacity shall not exceed the exhaust capacity of that booth.

• The unit shall be installed such that in the event the unit creates a hazard to other fuel burning equipment in the building, the unit shall be interlocked to open balancing inlet air dampers.

• The unit shall be electrically interlocked such that it will operate only when the associated exhaust system(s) is energized. An exhaust flow proving device must be installed, except on multiple exhaust systems where a measuring device electrically interlocked with the unit may perform both functions.

• The unit shall be installed such that the content of toxic vapors and gasses in the tempered air at the point of discharge into the building will not cause irritating effects during normal operation, and the installation shall not be considered acceptable if the discharged toxic products are known to exceed the limits listed below:

Acetaldehyde -10 ppm Formaldehyde - .25 ppm

Carbon dioxide- 2500 ppm Nitrogen dioxide - 1 ppm

Carbon monoxide- 10 ppm Sulfur dioxide - .5 ppm

• The unit shall be used solely for replacing exhausted inside air with heated outside air.

• The unit shall be installed such that the temperature of any adjacent combustible materials shall not exceed

90° F above an ambient temperature of 77° F.

• Re-Setting of the Unit

If the flame safety control is locked out (alarm light

on), reset the unit by:

1. Pressing the reset button on the FIREYE BURNER control.

2. Turn off power to unit.

3. Wait 10 seconds and turn power back on.

• Emergency Shut-Down

To shut down the unit in the event of an emergency, do the following:

1. Turn power off the unit from downstairs.

2. At the unit, turn the external disconnect switch to the off position.

3. At the unit, close the inlet gas valve located on the heater.

• Prolonged shut down of the unit

For prolonged shutdown, the following steps should be done:

1. At the unit, turn the external disconnect switch to the off position.

2. At the unit, close the inlet gas valve located on the heater.

• To restart the unit, the following steps should be done:

1. At the unit, turn the external disconnect switch to the on position.

2. At the unit, open the gas valve located on the heater.

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