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Honeywell Eclipse ImmersoPak IP005 Operating Instructions Manual

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Eclipse ImmersoPak
Burners
Model IP004 - 012
Operating Instructions Edition 9-16
Version 3
32-00055-01

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  • Page 1 Eclipse ImmersoPak Burners Model IP004 - 012 Operating Instructions Edition 9-16 Version 3 32-00055-01...
  • Page 2 Copyright 2007 by Honeywell Interanational Inc. All rights inability to use, or the repair or replacement of Honeywell reserved worldwide. This publication is protected by Eclipse’s products.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents Introduction ..........................4 Product Description ......................4 Safety ............................5 Safety ........................... 5 Capabilities........................... 5 Operator Training ......................... 5 Replacement Parts....................... 5 Installation ..........................6 Handling ..........................6 Storage..........................6 Approvals of Components ....................6 Checklist Before Installation ....................7 Burner Installation ........................
  • Page 4: Introduction

    Introduction Product Description Audience The ImmersoPak burner (IP Series) is a nozzle-mix This manual has been written for people who are already burner with a packaged combustion air blower that is familiar with all aspects of a nozzle-mix burner and its designed to fire on-ratio (proportional air/gas control) or add-on components, also referred to as “the burner fixed air on smaller models over a turndown of 10:1.
  • Page 5: Safety

    Safety Important notices which help provide safe burner operation will be found in this section. To avoid personal NOTICE injury and damage to the property or facility, the following warnings must be observed. All involved personnel should ■ This manual provides information regarding the read this entire manual carefully before attempting to start use of these burners for their specific design or operate this system.
  • Page 6: Installation

    Installation Gas Piping In this section you will find the information and instructions that you need to install the burner. All the gas piping must comply with all applicable local Handling codes and/or standards such as: • Make sure that the area is clean. •...
  • Page 7: Checklist Before Installation

    Checklist Before Installation Tank wall Intake Make sure that the wall of the tank is strong enough to To admit fresh combustion air from outdoors, provide an carry the weight of the burner. If necessary, reinforce the opening in the room of at least one square inch per 4,000 tank wall area where you plan to install the burner.
  • Page 8: Checklist After Installation

    Control Motor For detailed information on how to install and connect a UV scanner, refer to scanner information guide. Install a control motor to modulate the air butterfly valve if Flame Rod not previously installed on the burner. If the flame rod option was selected when the burner was ordered, the burner will be delivered with the flame rod already installed on the burner.
  • Page 9: Adjustment, Start & Stop

    Adjustment, Start and Stop In this chapter you will find instructions on how to adjust a system, and how to start and stop a system. WARNING ■ Gas inlet pressures must stay within the specified DANGER range. Pressure above the specified range can damage the ratio regulator.
  • Page 10: Step 2: Verify The Air Flow

    Step 2: Verify Air Flow 1. Start combustion air blower. Tap "A" 2. Drive control motor to low fire position. Fixed Air (Options 1,3 & 4) 3. Set low fire air. a.Loosen the set screw  on burner side of coupling .
  • Page 11 Top View (Low fire by-pass) Modulating Gas (Fixed Air) High-Low (Fixed Air) Procedure A Procedure B High-Off (Fixed Air) Modulating Air (Ratio Control) Procedure B Procedure A Figure 4.5. System Layout Procedure A: Low fire start 5. Attempt to ignite burner. (Modulating Air or Gas) 6.
  • Page 12: Step 5: Verify The Settings

    Procedure B: Fixed Air NOTE: If viewing the flame, it should be blue with flashes (High/Low or High/Off) of yellow. When firing propane or butane, a proper low fire flame may have sustained flashes of yellow. 1. Be sure combustion air blower is running. 9.
  • Page 13: Maintenance & Troubleshooting

    NOTE: Gas pressure at low fire will be too low to measure and verify the fuel settings. 6. Cycle burner from high to low (if applicable) several times to check repeatability of settings. 7. Readjust burner if the settings do not repeat as expected.
  • Page 14: Maintenance

    Maintenance and Troubleshooting Yearly Checklist This chapter is divided into two sections: 1. Test (leak test) safety shut-off valves for tightness of • Maintenance procedures closure. • Troubleshooting guide 2. Test air pressure switch settings by checking switch Maintenance movements against pressure settings and comparing Preventive maintenance is the key to a reliable, safe and with actual impulse pressure.
  • Page 15: Troubleshooting Procedures

    The nozzle and combustion tube/block can be inspected without removing the burner from the chamber wall or entering the chamber. Perform the following: a.Shut the burner off and manually close the main gas shut off cocks. b.Allow the chamber temperature to cool down to 250°F (121°C).
  • Page 16 Problem Possible Cause Solution Start-up sequence runs but Not enough gas; gas valve does not open. Check the wiring to the automatic gas burner does not light. shut-off valve. Check the output from the flame (Continued) safeguard. Open manual gas cock. Adjust the ratio regulator to the proper Not enough gas;...
  • Page 17 Problem Possible Cause Solution Cannot initiate a start Air pressure switch has not made contact. Check air pressure switch adjustment. sequence. Check air filter. Check blower rotation. Check outlet pressure from blower. High gas pressure switch has activated. Check incoming gas pressure. Adjust gas pressure if necessary.
  • Page 18: Appendix

    Appendix Conversion Factors Metric to English From Multiply By actual cubic meter/h (am³/h) actual cubic foot/h (acfh) 35.31 normal cubic meter/h (Nm³/h) standard cubic foot /h (scfh) 38.04 degrees Celsius (°C) degrees Fahrenheit (°F) (°C x 9/5) + 32 kilogram (kg) pound (lb) 2.205 kilowatt (kW)
  • Page 19 Notes 32-00055—01...
  • Page 20 Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North ® U.S. Registered Trademark Golden Valley, MN 55422 © 2016 Honeywell International Inc. 32-00055—01 M.S. 09-16 customer.honeywell.com Printed in United States...

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