Not heavier than No. 2 furnace oil. ELECTRICAL 120 Volts, 60 Hz Canada Less than 12 amps, circuit protection 15 amps. switch at the door or stairway to furnace room so furnace can be shut off review installation clearances as shown on furnace operating decal or section PRODUCT INFORMATION (page 4). 8 BLOWER DOOR Do not operate
appropriate oil burner along with the appropriate draft control are shipped separately as kits. See Table 1 for a complete listing of the kits. LOCATION Locate the furnace as centrally as possible so that all warm air ducts to the various rooms are nearly the same length. This allows each room to receive an equal and proper amount of heat.
furnace room. It must have a permanent (non-adjustable) opening of at least one square inch (6.45 sq. cm) of free area per 1,000 BTU input. The area of each grill shal l not be less than 100 square inches (645 sq. cm). Consult the National Fuel Gas Code latest edition, or the CAN/CGA-B149 Installation Codes for more detailed information.
Model WML-C is an oil fired forced air multi-positional furnace, with an output capacity range of 58,000 BTU/Hr. to 85,600 BTU/Hr. The MPL-B is also an oil fired forced air multi-positional furnace with an output capacity range of 85,500 BTU/Hr. to 123,000 BTU/Hr. The WML-C AND MPL-B furnace may be installed
The upper opening provides a means of ventilating the boiler room. The use of exhaust fans in boiler rooms is not recommended, especially if the use of the fan places the boiler room under negative pressure. Such installations should be specially engineered and
be rated to a minimum operating temperature of 65oC (149oF). RETURN AIR Ensure that the furnace return air temperature to the unit is not lower than 50oF (10oC) 3.4 VENTING OPTIONS System UL-S636 3 diameter is recommended for the KLC. The Installation Methods to be
The volume of flue-gases produced by a furnace directly depends on the BTUH input of the furnace. The greater the BTUH input of the furnace, the greater is the amount of combustion products which need to be removed. Vent system design tables take into account, among other things, the volume of gases which will be produced by a furnace of a
furnace: the condition of the vent pipe, the input rate of the furnace, and the operating mode of the furnace. Tests were conducted with the vent pipe intact, partially or totally blocked, or totally disconnected. The furnace was operated at the manufacturers specified
TMP Oil Furnaces Furnace Manual 4 670-000-004/1010 1 Check furnace location (continued) Air for combustion and ventilation Adequate combustion and ventilation air ensures proper combustion and reduces risk of severe personal injury or death from possible flue gas leakage and carbon monoxide emissions. Do not install exhaust fan in furnace room.
operating the furnace. The furnace must be installed and set up by a qualified contractor. Models WML-C and WMLV-C are oil fired forced air multi-positional furnaces, with an output capacity range of 58,000 BTU/Hr. to 85,600 BTU/Hr. The MPL-B is also an oil fired forced air multi-positional furnace
BCL-S models are rear breech oil fired forced air lowboy furnaces with output capacity range of 90,000 to 141,000 Btu/hr. • Models BFL (90, 100, 120, 130, 145) BFL models are front breech oil fired forced air lowboy furnaces with output capacity range of 88,000 to 139,000 Btu/hr.
INSTALLATION, OPERATING and SERVICE MANUAL
• NEVER burn garbage or refuse in the furnace. NEVER try to ignite oil by tossing burning papers or other material into the furnace. Page 38: Oil Supply 1) Adjust the room thermostat to the lowest setpoint and set the operating mode, if equipped, to OFF.
An electrostatic precipitator (ESP) is a filterless device that removes fine particles, like dust and smoke, from a flowing gas using the force of an induced electrostatic charge minimally impeding the flow of gases through the unit.. In contrast to wet scrubbers, which apply energy directly to the flowing fluid medium, an ESP applies energy only to the particulate matter being collected and
7. De-clutter the furnace room. Keep your furnace room and all areas around your furnace clean and clutter-free. If your furnace room is also your laundry room, do not hang wet items on furnace equipment as it can create a serious fire risk. Store all items away from your heating equipment and provide clear access to your furnace at all times.
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Installation & Operating Manual Single stage operation oil burners CODE MODEL TYPE 3726313 F10 WITH MANUAL AIR SHUTTER 263T 3726394 F10 WITH MANUAL AIR SHUTTER 263T NON-RETROFIT APPLICATIONS If this burner is being installed in a packaged unit (ie. burner comes with a boiler or furnace
This furnace is designed to operate with the ALL 20 flue-pipe baffles correctly installed. The maximum normal flue temperature is 120 Degrees °F after 10 minutes of operation at a maximum distance of 18 inches from the breach of the unit.
The existing oil fired hot air furnace and existing 260 gallon fuel storage tank are located within the Barre Falls Gatehouse on a sub floor considered the furnace room. The fuel storage tank is located under the staircase and sits in a concrete masonry secondary containment wall. The
directly from the service panel to the furnace junction box. Install a manual shut-off switch at the door or stairway to furnace room so furnace can be shut off remotely. VENT PIPE See NFPA 31 (USA) or CAN⁄CSA B139 (Canada) code. Breech is certified for 3 ULC-S636 PVC-40 vent pipe in Canada and UL-S636 CPVC-40 (or