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MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE

Boiler with forced flue exhaust

MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE Boiler with forced flue exhaust 1
MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE Boiler with forced flue exhaust 1
MANUAL FOR INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE Boiler with forced flue exhaust 1

CONTENTS

1. IN GENERAL

1.1 General information

1.2 Boiler description

2. INSTALLATION

2.1 Warning before installation

2.2 Boiler placement

2.3 Boiler dimensions

2.4 Minimum distances

2.5 Boiler fixation

2.6 Connection to the mains

2.7 Gas connection

2.8 Water supply

2.9 Installation of flue exhaust and air suction

2.10 Room thermostat connection

2.11 Wiring diagram

2.12 Function diagram

2.13 Hydraulic diagram

3. STARTING THE BOILER

3.1 Conditions for boiler operation

3.2 Control panel

3.3 Instructions for opening the boiler

3.4 The first start

3.5 Regulation of operation

3.6 Flue analysis

3.7 Gas outlet check

3.8 Protection functions

3.9 Boiler draining

4. CHANGE TO A DIFFERENT GAS TYPE

4. Gas regulation

4.1 Change to a different gas type

5. MAINTENANCE

6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

1. IN GENERAL

This manual is an essential and integral part of the product. It contains a thorough description of the equipment and it is to be of use for both the users and the authorized service personnel.

Read the instructions in the manual carefully because there is the necessary information about the safe installation, operation and maintenance of the product. There is more information in the User’s Guide.

1.1 GENERAL INFORMATION

The appliance serves for room heating and domestic hot water production for home purposes. It must be connected to the heating circuit and to the hot water distribution system corresponding to its purpose and output. It is forbidden to use it for any other than the stated purposes. The manufacturer is not responsible for faults caused by unsuitable, wrong or irresponsible use. The installation, the maintenance and any other interference must be carried out in accordance with the valid norms, according to the manufacturer’s instructions and by a qualified and trained worker. The technician installing the heating equipment must also have valid authorization by the manufacturer. Incorrect installation can cause harm to possessions or persons. The manufacturer is not responsible for damages inflicted in this way. Prevent children and mentally ill people from using the equipment without supervision. If you can smell gas, do not switch on any electrical appliances, phones or other appliances which can produce sparks. Open the door and the windows, close the central gas supply (at the gas meter) and call an authorized service engineer. Should you be away for a long time, close the central gas supply as well. Do not put any objects on the appliance. Do not block up the air or other outlets. It is necessary to close the electricity supply before any interference in the product. The best way is to unplug it. Use a wet cloth and soap for cleaning the appliance’s cover. Do not use abrasive or dissolving cleaners. If there is a fault or malfunction, switch the appliance off by closing the gas tap. Call authorized service engineers to repair the appliance. The notes and instructions included in this manual are to be used by the people who are going to install our product.

1.2 BOILER DESCRIPTION

1.2 BOILER DESCRIPTION Legend: 1. Connection to flue exhaust 2. Opening for separated exhaust 3. Ventilator

Legend:

1. Connection to flue exhaust

2. Opening for separated exhaust

3. Ventilator

4. Flue exhaust rectifier

5. Primary exchanger

6. Safety thermostat

7. Temperature sensor in t he heating circuit

8. Combustion cham ber

9. Burner lamellas

10. Ionization electrode

11. Ignition electrodes

12. Pump pressure switc h

13. Safety valve 3 bars

14. Temperature sensor in t he DHW circuit

15. Secondary excha nger

16. Refilling valve

17. Cold water inlet

18. Through-flow se nsor

19. Draining valve

20. Circulation pump

21. Motor-driven 3-way valve

22. De-aerating valve

23. Gas valve

24. Expansion vessel

25. Flue exhaust differential manostat

26. Sockets for gas analy sis

27 . Ignition transformer

2. INSTALLATION

The installation and the first putting into operation must be carried out by a qualified technician in accordance with the norms valid for installation of this kind of appliances and with the norms of local authority bodies and medical institutions.

2.1 WARNING BEFORE INSTALLATION

The appliance must be connected to the heating distribution system and to the water supply corresponding with the boiler’s purpose and output. (See the specifications) Before you connect the boiler it is necessary to:

- check the piping and make sure there are no impurities which could affect the boiler’s operation.

- check which gas type is the boiler designed for (read the label on the packaging and the manual including technical specifications)

- make sure the following exhaust installation meets the valid local norms.

2.2 BOILER PLACEMENT

The equipment with combustion air supply from the outside and with forced flue exhaust into the outside can be installed in any room which corresponds with the relevant local norms and standards. Placing of such a boiler is not limited by ventilation possibilities or room size. The boiler must be mounted on a solid, compact so that any access to electricity at the back part is prevented. To gain the best efficiency of the boiler it is necessary to make sure that the temperature of the place where to boiler is mounted is within the temperature limits for the boiler so that the boiler is protected against atmospheric influences. It is also necessary to make enough free space around the boiler to make access to individual boiler parts possible, as mentioned in paragraph 2.4. If the boiler is to be placed in the bathroom, washing rooms or shower rooms it is necessary to follow specific relevant local norms. (electrical part has IP 44 cover).

2.3 BOILER DIMENSIONS

(electrical part has IP 44 cover). 2.3 BOILER DIMENSIONS Legend: A. Heating water outlet B. DHW

Legend:

A. Heating water outlet

B. DHW outlet

C. Gas supply

D. Cold water inlet

E. Heating return pipe

2.4 MINIMUM DISTANCES

The following layout shows the minimum distances for boiler installation which are necessary for possible proper maintenance.

which are necessary for possible proper maintenance. 2.5 BOILER FIXATION The boiler has to be placed

2.5 BOILER FIXATION

The boiler has to be placed with the use of water level according to the minimum distances shown at the picture, and it has to be fixed to the wall with use of cramps and hooks. Further information is to be found in the manual which goes with th e hydraulic connection set and the flue exhaust set.

2.6 CONNECTION TO THE MAINS

The manufacturer is not responsible for damages caused by wrong supply mains in the house. It is therefore recommended to have the supply mains checked in certain cases. The boiler is connected to the supply mains by a fixed flexible line with a plug. It is connected to a 230 V, 50 Hz (10 A) socket installed according to valid norms. It can also be connected by a firm cable where a suitable two-pole switch must be incorporated. The equipment must be connected to 230 V supply mains by a triplex cable. Make sure the phase and neutral connection has be en done according to valid norms in the socket.

IMPORTANT!

en done according to valid norms in the socket. IMPORTANT! The connection to the supply mains

The connection to the supply mains including plugging can

The same applies

only be carried out by a service technician. for any possible change of the supply cable.

If you need to change the supply cable, use the cable with the same parameters (3 x 0.75mm 2 – outer max 8 mm – HTO3VV-F type). Follow these rules and the above diagram for the connection:

- open the front cover of the control panel, as mentioned in

paragraph 3.3;

- unscrew two screws in the back window of the control panel ,

which will give you an access to the terminal connector; - take out the bad cable and put in a new one at the same point;

- put the grommet to the new cable, including the groundin g

cable drawing in; - place the cable so that the insulation fits into the right place;

- connect the blue cable (neutral) to the point in the terminal connector that is marked “N”;

- connect the brown cable (phase) to the point in the terminal

connector that is marked “L”;

- connect the yellow-green cable (grounding) to the point tha t is marked by a symbol behind the bac k cover inside the boiler.

2.7 GAS CONNECTION

The boiler is designed for natural gas and propane category

II 2H3p combustion, as stated in the chart in chapter 4 “Gas

regulation”.

If you need to change the boiler to another gas type, follow the

instructions in 4.1. The point of gas connection in the boiler has to be equipped with

a proper round closing cock, following the valid norms. We

recommend you to clean all piping before installation and to remove possi ble impurities, which could affect the efficiency of

the boiler.

2.8 WATER SUPPLY

C ONNECTION TO THE BOILER

of the boiler. 2.8 WATER SUPPLY C ONNECTION TO THE BOILER Legend: A. Heating outlet B.

Legend:

A. Heating outlet

B. DHW outlet

C. Gas supply

D. Cold water inlet

E. Heating return pipe

F. Refilling valve

G. Safety valve spillway

There are connections to heating distribution systems, boiler’s DHW and gas distributions and connections to the appliance in the picture. More detailed information on armature connection to distribution systems is to be found on the connection armature

packaging.

Before you connect water, check if the maximum pressure in the water distribution system does not exceed 6 bars. If the pressure in the distribution is higher, it is recommended to install a reduction valve. The minimum pressure for proper boiler functioning in the DHW mode is 0.2 bars. Therefore it is possible to insert a thermostatic valve at the cold-water inlet to limit the maximum DHW amount (see the following picture in part 1).

When dimensioning distributions and radiators the circulation pump output must be taken into consideration , see the following

and radiators the circulation pump output must be taken into consideration , see the following graph

graph (output x lift).

The boiler is equipped with an automatic by-pass, which provides the right water supply into the primary exchanger in case installation with variable supply is done (heating systems with thermostatic valves etc.) We recommend installing safety valve discharge piping of 3 bars of the heating circuit.

2.9 INSTALLATION OF FLUE EXHAUST AND AIR SUCTION – ACCORDING TO TPG 800 01

Flue exhaust (outlet) and combustion air supply (inlet) can be provided by a system of coaxial pipes.

supply (inlet) can be provided by a system of coaxial pipes. The outlet and the inlet

The outlet and the inlet can also be provided by a system of separate pipes according to the following procedure:

If you assemble the exhaust system using separate pipes it is necessary to:

1. cut off the outlet bottom;

2. connect the elbow to the outlet right to the bottom brink (Seal

or insulation is not necessary).

the outlet bottom; 2. connect the elbow to the outlet right to the bottom brink (Seal
the outlet bottom; 2. connect the elbow to the outlet right to the bottom brink (Seal

Diagrams show some examples of various types of coaxial and separate exhaust systems.

of various types of coaxial and separate exhaust systems. The stated values of maximum outlet and

The stated values of maximum outlet and inlet lengths include also the length of accessories such as roof bushing, adapter, opening etc. For coaxial systems the value includes also one 90° elbow. C52 installation has to meet following conditions according to the diagram:

1 – The same outlet and inlet pipe diameter of 80 mm over the total length.

2 – If you want to insert another elbow into the inlet or outlet

systems, you have to provide the equivalent length for the other side along the same rules as when counting the length.

3 – The flue outlet (chimney) must stick out by at least 0.5 m

over the roof top (where it is fixed) and it must be placed at the side opposite the side with the air inlet (this condition is not obligatory if the inlet and outlet are at the same side of the building).

inlet and outlet are at the same side of the building). Recommended exhaust length maximum coaxial

Recommended exhaust length

maximum coaxial exhaust length 100/60mm

0.5 ÷ 2.0 m orifice plate 43 mm

2.1 ÷ 4.0 m no orifice plate

maximum separate exhaust length 2x80mm

0.5 ÷ 10.4 m orifice plate 43 mm

10.5 ÷ 43.0 m no orifice plate

maximum pressure loss of the exhaust 80 Pa

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the angle of 0.3 o with a decline in the direction from the boiler

Shortening of the maximum length by an elbow:

90 o = -75 cm

45 o = -50 cm

Note: The length of exhaust means the length of the inlet pipe + the outlet pipe length.

2.10 ROOM THERMOSTAT CONNECTION

It is necessary to:

1 – open the control panel, as described in paragraph 3.3.

2 – insert the thermostat cable in the connector and fix it. Then connect both conductors to the electrical terminal connector placed at the back of the panel by removing shortening jumper. The shortening jumper substitutes the room thermostat when the room thermostat is not

connected.

2.11 WIRING DIAGRAM

Legend:

A01 = Circulation pump A02 = Ventilator

A = Connector for remote control connecting

A03 = Ignition transformer

B = Heating temperature regulation (Summer/Winter switch)

C = Connector for remote control

A04 = Gas valve A05 = Motor-driven 3-way valve

D = DHW temperature regulation

A07 = Flame scan circuit (ionization electrode)

E = Slow ignition regulation

A08 = Heating temperature sensor

F = Maximum heating temperature regulation

A09 = DHW temperature sensor

G = ON/OFF switch

A10 = Through-flow switch

H = ON/OFF diode

A11 = Heating through-flow switch

I

= Insufficient flue outlet diode

A12 = Modulation

J

= Maximum DHW temperature jumper (for floor systems)

L

= Wrong ignition diode

A13 = Overheating safety thermostat A14 = Programmable clock

M

= Insufficient water diode

A15 = Room thermostat

N

= Unblocking button

O

= Economical/comfort mode switch

P

= Overheating diode

COLOURS:

Q

= Temperature diodes

Gr = Grey

R

= Transformer

Bi = White

S

= Circulation pump relay

Ro = Red

T

= Ventilator relay

Mr = Brown

U

= Gas valve relay

Bl = Blue

V

= Motor-driven 3-way valve relay

Nr = Black

ZA=Jumper for postventilation function

R/N = Red/Black

Jumper service setting:

Label at the gas joint:

Jumper function:

Effect at A position:

Effect at B position:

ZA

Ventilation of the combustion chamber by the smoke ventilator

Chimney version, no ventilator

Turbo version, the ventilator ventilates the combustion chamber

J

Heating temperature limitation: floor heating/radiators

t max = 45 o C Floor heating system

t max = 82 o C Radiator heating system

W

Anticycling time setting:

0 min. Just for the service setting of the boiler

2 min. For common operation!!!

CN101

Combustion chamber type:

For atmospheric installations (chimney version)

For TURBO installations

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2.13 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM

2.13 HYDRAULIC DIAGRAM Legend: 1. Ventilator 2. Primary exchanger 3. Safety thermostat 4. Burner 5. Ignition

Legend:

1. Ventilator

2. Primary exchanger

3. Safety thermostat

4. Burner

5. Ignition electrodes

6. Ionization electrode

7. Heating temperature sensor

8. Heating manometer

9. Pressure through-flow switch

10. DHW temperature sensor

11. Secondary exchanger

12. Gas valve

13. DHW flow switch

14. Refilling valve

15. Safety valve, 3 bars

16. Motor-driven 3-way valve

17. Automatic by-pass

18. Pump with deaeration

19. Expansion vessel

20. Ventilator manostat

A. Heating outlet 3/4

B. DHW outlet 1/2

C. Gas 3/4”

D. Cold water inlet 1/2 ”

E. Heating return pipe 3/4 ”

3. STARTING THE BOILER

IMPORTANT!

It is necessary to cut off the electricity supply by turning A

button to „0“ position and unplugging the boiler before any operations inside the boiler.

3.1 CONDITIONS FOR BOILER OPERATION

To ensure safety, proper functioning and guarantee period validity it is necessary that the installation and the first start should be carried out by a THERMONA authorized service technician. Check if the gas and its pressure, the mains voltage and frequency correspond with the data on the boiler’s production label.

FILLING THE BOILER Follow this procedure:

- release deaerating valves on the radiators;

- slowly open the refilling valve on the boiler and close the deaerating valves on the radiators when the water starts to flow out;

- close the boiler’s refilling valve when the pressure reaches 1 bar.

GAS SUPPLY Open the gas supply tap on the inlet pipe and the gas supply tap on the boiler and check the gas installation. You will find any leak using water with soap.

3.2 CONTROL PANEL

PARTS DESCRIPTION:

using water with soap. 3.2 CONTROL PANEL PARTS DESCRIPTION: A = Main switch B = DHW

A = Main switch

B = DHW temperature regulation

C = Mode switch and heating water temperature regulation

D = ON/OFF diode (green)

E = Insufficient flue outlet diode (yellow)

F = Insufficient water or operation stop diode (red)

G = Economical/comfort mode switch

H = Unblocking button / “flue analysis”

I = Safety thermostat operation diode (overheating)

L = Insufficient water in the system diode (red)

M = Heating water temperature diodes (yellow)

N = Place for programmable clock installation

O = Heating manometer

3.3 INSTRUCTIONS FOR OPENING THE BOILER

To access the inside of the boiler it is necessary to unscrew the fixing screws at the lower part of the control panel. The control panel swings down and it can be drawn forward on two side pins.

Releasing the control panel:

It stops in an almost horizontal position, which allows the access to the inside. If you want to gain better access you have to lift the panel and turn it into the horizontal position. To unscrew the outer case you have to:

1. unscrew the two bottom front screws, 2. lift the cover and remove it from the top fittings.

2. lift the cover and remove it from the top fittings. Releasing the front cover 3.4

Releasing the front cover

3.4 THE FIRST START

When starting the boiler for the first time you have to:

1) check that:

- the electricity connection was made correctly and the installation is properly grounded;

- the automatic deaerating valve is allowed;

- if the pressure is lower than 1 bar, put more water in the circuit;

- the gas tap is closed.

2) Start the boiler by turning knob “A” to position “I” (green diode „D” lights up) and turning knob “C” to the middle position between min and max to start the boiler in the “winter” mode. Leave the boiler in this mode for some time to allow complete deaeration. The boiler will signal blocking after 7 seconds. Then:

- release the front plug of the pump deaerating valve to prevent creation of air bubbles;

- repeat the process of radiator deaeration,

3.5 REGULATION OF OPERATION

It is possible to adjust:

- the temperature of water for heating, using turning knob “C”

- the temperature of water for DHW, using turning knob “B”

- choose the economical mode -E- or the comfortable mode -C- ,

using switch “G”. The economical mode is the usual boiler’s operation, when DHW is heated only when required by the user. The comfortable mode is a special function, where the water in

the primary and the secondary circuits is kept pre-heated so that the user can use the hot water in shorter time, which is for them more comfortable. To access the area where the operation can be adjusted it is necessary to open the control panel, as described in paragraph 3.3, i.e. by unscrewing two screws and removing the back window. Thus you gain access to the electronic panel and the following component:

- open water taps;

1)

supply cable connector

-

check the circuit pressure and if it is lower, open the

2)

fuses

refilling tap again until the pressure is 1 bar

3) potentiometer for regulating the slow ignition, which

3) Check that the outlet and inlet pipes are clear. 4) Check that the ventilating holes are open. 5) Open the gas tap and check the installation for leaks

4)

changes according to the minimum and the maximum output. potentiometer for setting the maximum heat output (preset

(including the burner installation) using water with soap. Block the leaks if necessary. 6) Unblock the boiler by pressing “H” button. The ignition of the

5)

to 70% of the maximum heating output by the manufacturer) jump switch for regulating the repeated burner ignition

main burner should come immediately. If the burner does not ignite, repeat the process. 7) Check the minimum and maximum value of the gas pressure

6)

after burner expires (preset to 1 minute by the manufacturer). Jumper for choosing the floor or the radiator system (J –

on the burner and set it according to the chart in chapter 4 – REGULATION.

7)

wiring diagram) Jumper for setting the time of the combustion chamber

8)

ventilation (ZA - wiring diagram), which is preset to position B – ventilation on – by the manufacturer connector for room thermostat connecting (A 15)

9)

connector for programmable clock connecting (if required by the customer) (A14)

3.6 FLUE ANALYSIS

The boiler has 2 scanning spots on the output of flue collecting pipe. The spots are used for finding the harmful substances in the flue. It is possible to measure the flue temperature, O 2 , CO 2 concentration etc. by using these scanning spots and other suitable measuring equipment. To access the scanning spots you have to unscrew the front screw and remove the cover with seal. The best conditions for analysis are set when the function “flue analysis” is activated (press button RESET H for 10 seconds, yellow diode E lights); the boiler switches to the original mode after 5 minutes, or it is possible to interrupt the function by ON/OFF switch (button A). Screw the cover with seal back to their original place and seal it properly after the flue analysis.

place and seal it properly after the flue analysis. 3.7 GAS OUTLET CHECK It is possible

3.7 GAS OUTLET CHECK

It is possible to check the correct installation of the exhaust system and to check losses in the inlet system. You can measure the difference of pressures P with differential manometer connected to the “testing terminals” of the combustion chamber. The value measured should not be lower than 0.55 mbar with the maximum heat output.

not be lower than 0.55 mbar with the maximum heat output. 3.8 PROTECTION FUNCTIONS The boiler

3.8 PROTECTION FUNCTIONS

The boiler is equipped with the following protection-checking functions:

1 – Wrong ignition

This measure signals that the burner has not ignited within 7 seconds after the spark. The boiler is blocked, which is signalled by red “F” diode. You can restart the boiler by pressing and

releasing button “H” after you check the gas tap is open.

2 – Circulation pump blocking

This measure blocks the boiler if the through-flow switch does not order the pump to start within 40 seconds. In this case red “L” lights up. You can restart the boiler after you refill the pressure in the system and press button „A”.

3 -Overheating

This measure blocks the boiler if the temperature in the primary

circuit exceeds 105°C. The block is signalled by red “I” and “F”

diodes lighting up. It is possible to restart the boiler by button “H” after a few minutes, which are necessary for the primary circuit to cool down.

4 – Protection against boiler scale

The boiler is equipped with a device reducing limestone creation

in the secondary circuit. It measures the water temperature (<61°C) and checks the water temperature in the primary circuit, which should not exceed 72°C.

5 – Protection against frost

The boiler is equipped with a special protection which activates the pump to the heating mode if the temperature falls bellow 8 °C until the temperature is 18° C. If the temperature falls bellow 3° C the burner ignites with the minimum output until the

temperature is 33° C. This function is operational both in the heating mode and the DHW heating mode. However, the function is activated only if the boiler is in the proper operation, i.e.:

-

the water pressure is sufficient

-

the boiler is connected to the supply mains

-

the gas supply is open.

6

–Pump protection

To protect the pump and prevent its blocking it is activated 21

hours after the last use for 20 seconds.

7 –Flue exhaust malfunctions

This protection block the boiler if there is a malfunction of flue

outlet. The block is temporary and is signalled by “E” diode lighting for 15 minutes. Then the boiler starts itself if the flue exhaust has reached the usual status. If this kind of malfunction appears repeatedly, it is probably because of ventilator defect or because the flue outlet pipes are blocked. You should call an authorized service technician in this case.

8 –Safety operation stop

Before each ignition the control electronics does a series of internal checks. If an internal malfunction is detected, the boiler

is stopped until it is repaired.

3.9 BOILER DRAINING

HEATING CIRCUIT DRAINING It is not recommended to drain the heating system very often because each water change increases the possibility of limestone

inside the boiler and its circuits. If the boiler is not used for some longer time and it is in danger of freezing, add anti-freeze liquid. It is possible to drain the boiler in the following way:

1. switch off the boiler

2. open the safety valve 3 bars manually, use a suitable container

for the drained water.

3. drain the water from the lowest parts of the heating system.

DHW CIRCUIT DRAINING

Whenever there is the danger of freezing it is necessary to drain the DHW circuit in the following way:

- close the main house or flat water seal

- open all cold-water and hot-water taps

- drain the water from the lowest parts of the system

4.

GAS REGULATION

CATEGORY

II 2H3P

NATURAL GAS G20

PROPANE G31

Wobbe’s index (15°C, 1013 mbar) MJ/m 3 h

45.67

70.69

Nominal connecting excess pressure Minimum connecting excess pressure

mbar

20

37

mbar

17

25

Main nozzles diameter: 14 nozzles Consumption (15°C, 1013 mbar) Consumption (15°C, 1013 mbar) Pressure on gas valve outlet

 

mm m 3 /h kg/h max - min

1.25

0.72

2.75

-

-

2.6

10.3 – 2.0

35.6 – 6.8

1 mbar = 10.197 mm of water column (*) The maximum gas pressure on the burner equals the connecting gas excess pressure reduced by pressure losses inside the gas valve.

CATEGORY II 2H3P

NATURAL GAS G20

PROPANE G31

23 kW Recommended pressures for slow ignition (mm H 2 O)

5

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4.1 CHANGE TO A DIFFERENT GAS TYPE

The boiler can be changed to use natural gas (G20) or propane (G31) by a technician from an authorized centre. The manufacturer produces boilers in the version for natural gas.

If you want to do the change you have to:

1. change the main burner nozzles (see the chart in chapter 4);

2. regulate the maximum and the minimum boiler output (see the chart in chapter 4);

3. change the production label;

4. set the maximum heating output;

5. set the slow ignition;

6. set the ignition delay.

5. MAINTENANCE

We recommend the following checks at least once a year:

1. check the leaks of water armatures, repair or replace defective seals

2. check the leaks of gas connection, repair or replace defective seals

3. visual check of the appliance, disassembling and combustion chamber cleaning if necessary

4. visual check of the combustion process, cleaning burners, disassembling and cleaning nozzles if necessary

5. visual check of the primary exchanger:

- check the lamellas

- clean the exchanger if necessary

6. gas pressure regulation: in the ignition mode, for the reduced and the maximum outputs

7. check heating safety systems:

- maximum temperature

8. check gas safety systems:

- maximum pressure

- check of flame scan

- check of gas valve

9. check the correct connection to the supply mains

10. check the efficiency of the secondary exchanger for DHW production (check the provided volume and DHW temperature)

11. check the proper installation of flue exhaust

12. check the function and position of the flue thermostat, which cannot stop working. If a replacement of this component is necessary, it can

only by replaced with an original type.

13. complete check of all boiler functions.

6. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

   

23 TCA

   

0694BO0090

CE Certificates Heat input Nominal heat output Efficiency at maximum input Efficiency at 30% input Heat loss at the cover (D=50°C) Heat loss by draught with ignited burner Heat loss by draught with expired burner Maximum flue flow (natural gas) Minimum draught Natural gas consumption at max. output (G20) Propane consumption at max. output (15°C, 1013 mbar) (G31) Flue temperature at max. output with natural gas combustion CO 2 volume in flues Minimum ambient temperature Pressure losses in water (max)(DT=20°C) Minimum pressure in the heating system Heating water temperature DHW temperature Hot water volume with DT=25°C Hot water volume with DT=35°C Minimum DHW consumption DHW pressure Expansion vessel volume Expansion vessel excess pressure Maximum water volume in the circuit Maximum water pressure in the heating circuit Natural gas connecting excess pressure (G20) Propane connecting excess pressure (G31) Voltage/frequency Electricity input Level of electric cover

Max/min kW

Max/min kW

%

%

%

%

%

Kg/h

Pa

m3/h

kg/h

°C

%

°C

mbar

bar

max/min °C

max/min °C

l/min

l/min

l/min

max/min bar

l

bar

l

bar

mbar

mbar

V/Hz

W

IP

26.5 / 11.0 24.8 / 9.7

93.7

90.7

1.2

5.1

0.4

51.8

1.3

2.8

2.09/2.06

106

7.1

+5

200

0.25

82

56

/ 42

/ 36

14.2

10.2

2.6

8 / 0.2

7

1

130

3

20

37

230 / 50

110

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