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Self-recuperative burner ECOMAX for gas

Technical Information · GB
7 Edition 10.17
• For direct and indirect heating
• Economical, energy-saving operation by
virtue of internal air preheating up to 650°C
• Uniform distribution of temperature by
means of a high burner impulse
• 7 sizes from 25 to 500 kW
• Highly efficient with a ceramic burled tube recuperator or a cast
steel ribbed tube recuperator.

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  • Page 1: Self-recuperative Burner Ecomax For Gas

    Self-recuperative burner ECOMAX for gas Technical Information · GB 7 Edition 10.17 • For direct and indirect heating • Economical, energy-saving operation by virtue of internal air preheating up to 650°C • Uniform distribution of temperature by means of a high burner impulse •...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents Self-recuperative burner ECOMAX for gas . . . . . . . . . . 1 5.8.1 ECOMAX..C......... . 24 5.8.2 ECOMAX..M .
  • Page 3 6.15 Build up of noise....... . 46 8.8 Flue gas connector FLUP......65 6.16 Process boundary conditions .
  • Page 4: Application

    Application 1 Application ECOMAX..M ECOMAX..C Self-recuperative burners ECOMAX are used for heating Applications include heat treatment furnaces in the on either direct or indirect furnace systems in ON/OFF iron and steel industry and in the non-ferrous metal intermittent mode. The hot flue gases are fed through industry.
  • Page 5: Application Examples

    Application 1 .3 Application examples Roller hearth furnace Bogie hearth furnace Batch furnace ECOMAX · Edition 10.17...
  • Page 6: Ecomax For Direct Heating Systems

    Application Application > ECOMAX for direct heating systems 1 .4 ECOMAX for direct heating systems 1 .4 .1 Flow rate control For direct heating, flow rate control should be inte- In direct heating systems, the burner ECOMAX is com- grated in the system. The pressure loss in the recu- bined with a flue gas guide tube FGT Set..D for routing perator depends on the furnace temperature.
  • Page 7: Air/gas Ratio Control

    Application 1 .4 .2 Air/gas ratio control If the system does not include flow rate control, tem- perature-dependent pressure losses in the burner are not compensated for. The air index lambda drops with increasing furnace temperature (increasing air preheat- ing). Therefore, in a cold furnace, an increased lambda value is to be set to ensure sufficient excess air, even when the furnace temperature is at its maximum.
  • Page 8: No Pneumatic Air/gas Ratio Control System

    Application Application 1 .4 .3 No pneumatic air/gas ratio control system Prozess-Steuerung/ When there is no pneumatic air/gas ratio control sys- Process Control (PCC) tem, slow opening gas valves and quick opening air control valves are to be used to ensure a safe burner VAS VAS..L start.
  • Page 9: Ecomax® For Indirect Heating Systems

    Application 1 .5 ECOMAX® for indirect heating systems P and twin P radiant tube P and twin P radiant tubes are used in some processes, For indirect heating, various radiant tubes are used. for example in heat treatment systems for steel strip as Single ended radiant tube an alternative to U or W radiant tubes.
  • Page 10: No Pneumatic Air/gas Ratio Control System

    Application 1 .5 .1 No pneumatic air/gas ratio control system 1 .5 .2 Air/gas ratio control For indirect heating, slow opening gas valves and quick The pneumatic air/gas ratio control system ensures opening air control valves are to be used to ensure a that changes in the air pressure in the air supply line are safe burner start.
  • Page 11: Certification

    Certification 2 Certification Certificates – see www.docuthek.com. Machinery Directive The product ECOMAX is a partly completed machine pursuant to Article 2g of Directive 2006/42/EC and complies with the essential health and safety require- ments in accordance with Annex I, as stated in the Dec- laration of Incorporation.
  • Page 12: Structure

    Structure 3 Structure The burner ECOMAX is composed of four modules: burner body, recuperator, air guide tube and gas insert. The modular design facilitates adapting the burners to the respective application or integrating them into an existing furnace system. Maintenance and repair times are reduced, and existing furnace installations can eas- ily be converted.
  • Page 13: Recuperator

    Structure Structure 3 .2 Recuperator Cast steel ribbed tube recuperator The burner ECOMAX is available in three versions: – ECOMAX..C with ceramic burled tube recuperator – ECOMAX..M and ECOMAX..P with cast steel ribbed tube recuperator – ECOMAX..F with metallic flat tube recuperator Ceramic burled tube recuperator The ribs on the cast steel ribbed recuperator offer a large surface area, allowing it to achieve high efficiency...
  • Page 14: Air Guide Tube

    Structure 3 .3 Air guide tube ECOMAX . .C Burners ECOMAX..C are equipped with a ceramic air guide tube that for sizes 0 to 3 also serves as the com- bustion chamber. ECOMAX . .M, ECOMAX . .F and ECOMAX . .P Air guide tube for ECOMAX..M and ECOMAX..F Burners ECOMAX..M and ECOMAX..F are equipped with an air guide tube made of heat-resistant steel.
  • Page 15: Gas Insert

    Structure 3 .4 Gas insert The gas insert consists of the gas connection flange, the torch with burner head and the spark electrode (also serves as monitoring electrode). A measuring orifice, which is integrated in the gas insert, allows for simple measurement of the gas flow rate.
  • Page 16: Version Overview

    Structure 3 .5 Version overview Burner Size Gas insert Air guide tube Ceramic, 0 – 3 With mixing funnel with integrated combustion chamber ECOMAX..C With swirl plate and 4 – 5 ceramic combustion Ceramic ECOMAX..C 0 – 3 chamber With mixing funnel 1 – 3 and ceramic Metallic ECOMAX..M...
  • Page 17: Function

    Function 4 Function Flue gas Housing Radiant tube or Air guide tube flue gas guide tube Gas insert Recuperator Combustion chamber Combustion gas Combustion air The self-recuperative burner ECOMAX uses the heat The rest of the combustion air flows out through the from the flue gases to preheat the combustion air.
  • Page 18 Function Flue gas Housing Radiant tube or Air guide tube flue gas guide tube Gas insert Recuperator Combustion chamber Combustion gas Combustion air Influence of the furnace temperature In direct heating systems with flue gas eductor EJEK, The higher the furnace temperature, the greater the the quantity of flue gas extracted from the furnace pressure loss in combustion air and flue gas in the re- chamber via the burner decreases as the furnace tem-...
  • Page 19: Selection

    Selection 5 Selection 5 .2 Burner size Burner 5 .1 Burner type Capacity Recuperator Size Selection is dependent on the type of heating and BTU/h the furnace temperature. Details on selection, see ECOMAX 0 – – –  page 31 (Heating system design) for direct heat- ECOMAX 1 –...
  • Page 20: Burner Length

    Selection Selection 5 .3 Burner length When using P radiant tubes, the recuperator head should be positioned on the centre line of the radiant The recuperator length G should be selected so that the tube (S1 = 0 ± 20 mm). burner is flush with the inside edge of the furnace lining (S1 = 0 ±...
  • Page 21: Burner Head

    Selection Selection 5 .4 Burner head 5 .4 .1 Use The burner ECOMAX can be equipped with 2 different burner heads. Stage combustion is standard. For some burner variants, a menox version is also possible, which allows for switchover to menox ®...
  • Page 22: Type Of Heating

    Selection 5 .5 Type of heating The ECOMAX is supplied with an integrated orifice on the gas and air connections. The gas orifices depend on the gas type, the air orifices on the type of control and the system configuration. Type of heating Code letter Explanation...
  • Page 23: Connection For Additional Furnace Cooling

    Selection 5 .6 Connection for additional furnace 5 . 7 Electrode made of Kanthal APM cooling Burners ECOMAX..M and ECOMAX..P can be equipped with a bend-resistant electrode made of Kanthal APM as an option. This is recommend for direct heating as of 1050°C and indirect heating as of 950°C, see page 38 (Flame control).
  • Page 24: Selection Table

    Selection 5 .8 Selection table 5 .8 .1 ECOMAX . .C 689 -S B D G L /D- /R- (1 – 99) A – E – K T ECOMAX 0C ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●    ECOMAX 1C ●...
  • Page 25: Ecomax

    Selection 5 .8 .3 ECOMAX . .P (1 – 99) A – E – ECOMAX 2P  ● ● ●  ●  ● ● ●    ECOMAX 3P  ● ● ●  ●  ● ● ●    ECOMAX 4P ...
  • Page 26: Type Code

    Selection 5 .8 .5 Type code Code Description ECOMAX Self-recuperative burner for gas 0 – 6 Burner size Ceramic burled tube recuperator made of SiSiC Cast steel ribbed tube recuperator Cast steel ribbed tube recuperator for P radiant tube Flat tube recuperator, metallic Special recuperator version 395 –...
  • Page 27: Selection Table For Flue Gas Eductor Ejek

    Selection 5 .9 Selection table for flue gas eductor EJEK Axis spacing -Kxxx* Height -Tzzz* -3** -9** -F.. -R.. -AGK -HT*** EJEK 0 - K269 - M625       ● ● ● ● EJEK 1 - K269 - M625 ...
  • Page 28: Type Code

    Selection 5 .9 .1 Type code Code Description EJEK Flue gas eductor 0 – 6 Size for ECOMAX 1 – 6 -Kxxx Axis spacing K in mm -Myyy Height M in mm -Tzzz* Distance T in mm Burner installation position: horizontal vertical Installation on the burner**: right-hand side...
  • Page 29: Selection Table For Flue Gas Connector Flup

    Selection 5 .10 Selection table for flue gas connector FLUP -32 -50 -65 -100 F -Kxxx Installation height -Myyy* -Tzzz* -H** -V** -0** -3** -9** -C FLUP 0 -M230 ● ●        ●  ...
  • Page 30: Type Code

    Selection 5 .10 .1 Type code Code Description FLUP Flue gas connector For ECOMAX 0 – 5 -32 to -100 Nominal size Pipe connector Flange to ISO 7005 -Kxxx Axis spacing K in mm -Myyy Installation height M in mm -Tzzz* Distance T in mm Burner installation position: horizontal vertical...
  • Page 31: Project Planning Information For Direct Heating

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 Project planning information for direct heating 6 .1 Heating system design Selection of the burner type is dependent on the fur- nace temperature. Recommended Max. flue gas temperature at Burner range of use recuperator inlet [°C] [°F]...
  • Page 32: Flue Gas Guide Tube Fgt Set

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .2 Flue gas guide tube FGT set Force must not be applied to the flue gas guide tube by the furnace lining. The furnace flue gases are routed by the flue gas guide When installing the FGT, the tube must be wrapped in tube through the furnace lining via the recuperator.
  • Page 33: Flue Gas Eductor Ejek

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .3 Flue gas eductor EJEK Flue gas eductor EJEK is available in 2 versions. The standard version EJEK is used in conjunction with ECOMAX..M and ECOMAX..F. The high temperature version EJEK..-HT is intended for use in conjunction with ECOMAX..C.
  • Page 34: Furnace Flue Gas System

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .4 Furnace flue gas system A flue gas system must be fitted on the furnace as a means of guiding the flue gas to the chimney. In the flue gas system there should be a low negative pressure ∅2P thanks to the draught of the chimney or an exhaust fan.
  • Page 35: Installation

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .5 Installation 6 .5 .2 Tangential or angled burner installation If the burner is installed tangentially or at an angle, an 6 .5 .1 Installation position opening should be provided in the furnace lining to 15°...
  • Page 36: Clearances

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .5 .3 Clearances Flame mode Burner Clearance (mm) Reaction zone RZ (mm) ECOMAX 0 ECOMAX 1 ECOMAX 2 ECOMAX 3 1200 ECOMAX 4 1600 ECOMAX 5 1800 ECOMAX 6 2200 Allow for adequate clearance from the charge and the For menox ®...
  • Page 37: Furnace Temperature Measurement

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .5 .4 Furnace temperature measurement Measurement of the furnace temperature must be representative for the flue gas temperature in the ex- traction zone on the burner. If measurement is not rep- resentative, this will involve a risk of overheating of the recuperator head.
  • Page 38: Flame Control

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .6 Flame control We recommend the UV sensor UVS 10D1 with inte- grated purge air connection (Order No. 84315202) for UV control. For ECOMAX 0, the UV sensor UVS 10L1 (Order No. 84315203) with lens is required for UV control. For burners ECOMAX 1 – 6 with a burner length of more than 545 mm, the UV sensor UVD 10L1 with lens is also required for UV control.
  • Page 39: Burner Control Units And Ignition Transformers

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 . 7 Burner control units and ignition For burners ECOMAX..K with additional cooling air connection, we recommend using burner control unit transformers BCU..C with additional circuit board for signal distribu- tion. For ignition, the ECOMAX burners require an ignition transformer with 7.5 kV high voltage and an output cur- rent of 20 mA.
  • Page 40: Burner Control Unit Configurations

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 . 7 .1 Burner control unit configurations Description Configuration D1 Configuration D2 Configuration D3 Configuration D4 Flame control Ionization UVS 10 Ionization UVS 10 Pneumatic air/gas ratio control VAH/VAG VAH/VAG None/VAH/VAG None/VAH/VAG Air flow monitoring –...
  • Page 41: Gas Connection

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .8 Gas connection A bellows unit EKO should be provided between the burner and controls to prevent external force being ap- 6 .8 .1 Selecting components plied to the burner. To ensure a safe burner start, use a pneumatic air/gas A connection set with 6 x 1 compression fittings ratio controller together with a slow opening air valve.
  • Page 42: Operation With Lpg

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .8 .3 Operation with LPG Open the adjuster in the central air lance fully. On the ECOMAX 1, the adjuster must be restricted to 45° or 50%. If high temperature operation without flame control using ionization or a UV sensor is intended for LPG, air flow monitoring using an ECO air flow detector set must be provided to prevent backflow of the central air into...
  • Page 43: Air Connection

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .9 Air connection 6 .9 .2 Air pressure The motive air setting for eductor EJEK is critical when 6 .9 .1 Selecting components designing the air supply. The required pressure depends In the case of a pneumatic air/gas ratio control system, on the burner capacity, the flue gas extraction via the slow opening air valves or butterfly valves with solenoid ac- burner and the furnace temperature:...
  • Page 44: Air Flow Monitoring

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .10 Air flow monitoring The required purge air volume is approx. 0.5 to 1.0% of the air volume for rated capacity, or a minimum of A system which includes air flow monitoring is recom- mended to monitor pre-purge and as low air pressure The purge air is connected to the gas connection flange protection (pursuant to EN 746-2 and ISO 13577-2) if...
  • Page 45: Condition On Delivery

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .12 Condition on delivery same time as the burner. This also applies to all add-on components with the marking /E, such as the air flow The position of the gas, air and flue gas connections detector set, UV adapter set, purge air nozzle, inlet sec- can be customized depending on how the burner is to tion for gas and air, see page 62 (Accessories).
  • Page 46: Emissions

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .14 Emissions 6 .15 Build up of noise CO and NO values depend on the furnace tempera- The sound level of a naked flame may be significantly ture, air preheat temperature, burner type and burner more than 90 dB(A) due to the high flame velocity.
  • Page 47: Process Boundary Conditions

    Project planning information for direct heating 6 .16 Process boundary conditions 6 .17 Resistance of SiSiC In direct heating systems, the flue gases are routed The ceramic recuperator of the ECOMAX..C consists of out of the furnace chamber via the burner. Impurities reaction-bound silicon carbide (SiSiC), infiltrated with from the process can affect burner operation.
  • Page 48: Project Planning Information For Indirect Heating

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .1 Heating system design When designing a radiant tube heating system, it must be ensured that the energy can be transferred to the furnace chamber via the surface of the radiant tube to avoid exceeding the maximum permissible flue gas temperature at the recuperator inlet of the burner.
  • Page 49: Radiant Tubes

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .2 Radiant tubes For ECOMAX . .M Metallic radiant tubes are available in a variety of di- For ECOMAX . .C mensions in either centrifugal casting or in welded Burners ECOMAX..C are intended for use with ceramic form.
  • Page 50: Flue Gas Channelling

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .3 Flue gas channelling Eductor EJEK A flue gas connector FLUP, which is to be ordered sepa- rately, is available as standard to channel flue gas in EJEK an indirect heating system. In special cases, an educ- tor EJEK can also be installed to channel flue gas.
  • Page 51: Furnace Flue Gas System

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .4 Furnace flue gas system A flue gas system must be fitted on the furnace as a ∅1,5Q means of guiding the flue gas to the chimney. In the ∅2Q* ∅2Q* flue gas system there should be a low negative pressure ∅1,5P ∅Q ∅Q...
  • Page 52: Installation

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .5 Installation Installation of burners with FLUP in the horizontal posi- tion, in the vertical position with the firing end pointing downwards or at an angle with the firing end pointing downwards. Allow for adequate clearance between the radiant tubes and the furnace wall to avoid local overheating, see Technical Information SER-C.
  • Page 53: Flame Control

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .6 Flame control We recommend the UV sensor UVS 10D1 with inte- grated purge air connection (Order No. 84315202) for UV control. For ECOMAX 0, the UV sensor UVS 10L1 (Order No. 84315203) with lens is required for UV control. For burners ECOMAX 1 – 6 with a burner length of more than 545 mm, the UV sensor UVD 10L1 with lens is also required for UV control.
  • Page 54: Burner Control Units And Ignition Transformers

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 . 7 Burner control units and ignition transformers ECOMAX burners are designed for On/Off control. We recommend burner control units BCU 465. In order to be able to carry out ionization control up to 1050°C, the burner control units must be equipped with firm- ware FW 16xx or higher.
  • Page 55: Burner Control Unit Configurations

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 . 7 .1 Burner control unit configurations Description Configuration R1 Configuration R2 Recuperator Metallic Ceramic Flame control Ionization UVS 10 Pneumatic air/gas ratio control None/VAG None/VAG Air flow monitoring Differential pressure switch PDZ Differential pressure switch PDZ Hardware BCU 465..L...
  • Page 56: Gas Connection

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .8 Gas connection 7 .8 .2 Gas pressure The required gas pressure depends on the burner size, 7 .8 .1 Selecting components the gas type and the system configuration. For indirect heating, slow opening gas valves and quick Gas supply line pressure* opening air control valves are to be used to ensure a Gas pressure...
  • Page 57: Operation With Lpg

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .8 .3 Operation with LPG Open the adjuster in the central air lance fully. On the ECOMAX 1, the adjuster must be restricted to 45° or 50%. If high temperature operation without flame control is intended for LPG, air flow monitoring using an air flow detector set ECO must be provided.
  • Page 58: Air Connection

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .9 Air connection 7 .9 .2 Air pressure The required air pressure depends on the burner size, 7 .9 .1 Selecting components the gas type and the system configuration. For indirect heating, a quick opening air valve should Air supply line pressure always be used to ensure a safe burner start.
  • Page 59: Air Flow Monitoring

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .10 Air flow monitoring The purge air is connected to the gas connection flange next to the electrode, or in the case of UV control to A system which includes air flow monitoring is recom- the purge air connection of the UV sensor.
  • Page 60: Condition On Delivery

    Project planning information for indirect heating Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .12 Condition on delivery Add-on components with the marking /E, such as the air flow detector set, UV adapter, purge air nozzle, etc, The position of the gas, air and flue gas connections are installed on the burner at the factory, provided that can be customized depending on how the burner is to they are ordered at the same time as the burner.
  • Page 61: Build Up Of Noise

    Project planning information for indirect heating 7 .15 Emissions Actuating the air valve for the burner (terminal 22) initi- ates “normal” cooling; actuating a second air valve for CO and NO values depend on the furnace tempera- the additional cooling air connection initiates additional ture, air preheat temperature, burner type and burner cooling.
  • Page 62: Accessories

    Accessories 8 Accessories 8 .2 Air flow detector set 8 .1 Air connection set Specially machined barrel nipples which ensure reliable, correct measurement at the orifices installed in the burner. Version /E is installed in the burner on delivery. Designation Order No.
  • Page 63: Vah Connection Set

    Accessories 8 .3 VAH connection set 8 .5 Purge air/cooling air nozzles Nozzle to limit the volume of purge air in order to achieve safe ignition and monitoring of the ECOMAX burner and to avoid condensation and overheating. Nozzle for electrode purge Burner Nozzle designation Order No.
  • Page 64: Flue Gas Guide Tube Fgt Set..d Is Required

    Accessories 8 .6 Flue gas guide tube FGT Set . .D ECOMAX . .C Flue gas guide tube Order No. FGT SET ECO 1C545/D-HT 21800926 FGT SET ECO 2C545/D-HT 21800928 FGT SET ECO 3C545/D-HT 21800930 FGT SET ECO 4C545/D-HT 21800629 FGT SET ECO 5C545/D-HT 21801325 ECOMAX .
  • Page 65: Flue Gas Eductor Ejek

    Accessories 8 . 7 Flue gas eductor EJEK Designation for ECOMAX..M Order No. EJEK 1-K269-M625-H-AGK-S 22800931 EJEK 2-K285-M540-H-AGK-A-S 22802952 EJEK 3-K292-M620-AGK-A-S 22801159 EJEK 4-K345-M920-AGK-A-S 22801700 EJEK 5-K345-M1165-AGK-A-S 22801826 EJEK 6-K530-M1618-AGK-A-S 22801903 8 .8 Flue gas connector FLUP For direct heating The eductor EJEK generates a vacuum with a centrally In indirect heating systems, flue gas connector FLUP positioned nozzle and thus draws the flue gases out...
  • Page 66: Ceramic Radiant Tube Ser-c

    Accessories 8 .9 Ceramic radiant tube SER-C 8 .10 Segmented flame tube SICAFLEX For heat treatment processes in which combustion gases must be kept separate from the product. The pat- For guiding hot flue gases in single ended radiant tubes. ented flange connection is air-tight.
  • Page 67: Cruciform Spacer

    Accessories 8 .11 Cruciform spacer 8 .12 Flue gas guide tube FGT SET ECO . . SER-C For installation of the segmented flame tube SICAF- ® in vertical radiant tubes. The cruciform spacer en- To guide the flue gases if smaller burners are used sures optimum sizing of the recirculation gap between than those normally intended;...
  • Page 68: Piping

    Accessories 8 .13 Piping The burners can be optionally supplied with pre-mounted pipework for gas and air. 8 .13 .1 Direct heating Prozess-Steuerung/ Process Control (PCC) VAS..N ECOMAX BVHM + MB7..L ECOMAX Material No. Designation Combinations 0 – 3 86594777 GVRS 15R05-15R05-W-ECO 0-3 VAS…N + VAH…...
  • Page 69: Indirect Heating

    Accessories 8 .13 .2 Indirect heating Prozess-Steuerung/ Process Control (PCC) VG..L ECOMAX VR..N ECOMAX Material No. Designation Combinations 0 – 3 86594195 GS 15R02-15R02-W-ECO 0-3 VG…N + VG…L + VMV… 86594654 GS 20R05-20R05-W-ECO 4 VCS 1 (VAS…N + VAS…L) + VMV… 86594687 GS 25R05-25R05-W-ECO 5 VCS 1 (VAS…N + VAS…L) + VMV…...
  • Page 70: Technical Data

    Technical data 9 Technical data The visible flame diameter is 0.3 to 0.5 times that of the burner Ø B for natural gas operation in the open air, Gas supply pressure and air supply pressure max. connection rating and air index 1.15. each depend on the use and gas type (gas and air pressures:see burner diagrams at www.docuthek.com –...
  • Page 71: Dimensions

    Technical data 9 .1 Dimensions 9 .1 .1 ECOMAX . .C for direct heating ØP S1 = +/- 20 mm Øn ∅B ∅A ØF Type ECOMAX FGT set EJEK Ø B C H1 Ø A Ø F Ø n Ø P Weight 395, 475, ECOMAX 0C R ½...
  • Page 72: Ecomax

    Technical data 9 .1 .2 ECOMAX . .M for direct heating ØP Øn ∅B ∅A ØF Type ECOMAX FGT set EJEK Ø B C H1 Ø A Ø F Ø n Ø P Weight 545, 595, ECOMAX 1M R ½ Rp 1 123 60 212 ~78 236 133 330 280 4 x 19 290 4 x M16 R 1¼...
  • Page 73: Ecomax

    Technical data 9 .1 .3 ECOMAX . .F for direct heating ØP Øn ∅B ∅A ØF Type ECOMAX FGT set EJEK Ø B C H1 Ø A Ø F A1 Ø n Ø P Weight 545, 595, ECOMAX 1F R ½ Rp 1 109 60 212 ~78 236 133 330 280 4 x 19 290 4 x M16 R 1¼...
  • Page 74: Ecomax

    Technical data 9 .1 .4 ECOMAX . .C for indirect heating S1 = +/-20 mm FLUP ∅X Øn V1 = 0.7 × max. 1,5 × ØX 30 mm ØF P1 + N1 Type ECOMAX SER-C FLUP H1 P1 + N1 W2 B1 Ø X Ø...
  • Page 75: Ecomax

    Technical data 9 .1 .5 ECOMAX . .M for indirect heating S1 = +/-20 mm FLUP ∅X ∅B Øn V1 = 0,7 × bis 1,5 × ØX ØF Type ECOMAX SER-M FLUP Ø B C Ø X Ø F Ø n Weight H1 ECOMAX 1M R ½...
  • Page 76: Ecomax

    Technical data 9 .1 .6 ECOMAX . .F for indirect heating S1 = +/-20 mm FLUP ∅X Øn ØF V1 = 0,7 × bis 1,5 × ØX Type ECOMAX SER-M FLUP Ø B C Ø X Ø F Ø n Weight H1 109 60 212 ~78 545, 595,...
  • Page 77: Maintenance

    Maintenance 10 Maintenance Twice per year, but if the media are highly contaminated, this interval should be reduced. ECOMAX · Edition 10.17...
  • Page 78: Feedback

    Strotheweg 1 · 49504 Lotte (Büren) Germany Tel +49 541 1214-0 We reserve the right to make technical Fax +49 541 1214-370 modifications in the interests of progress. hts.lotte@honeywell.com Copyright © 2017 Elster GmbH www.kromschroeder.com All rights reserved. ECOMAX · Edition 10.17...

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