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Installation Guide 111 9/26/2016 Eclipse Winnox Burners WX Series Version 3 32-00057-01...
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Introduction Product Description Audience The Winnox is a nozzle-mix type, low-emissions burner This manual has been written for people who are already designed for direct and indirect air heating, and oven familiar with all aspects of a nozzle-mix burner and its add- applications up to 1800°F (980°C).
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.
Installation Introduction Gas Piping In this chapter you will find information and instructions All the gas piping must comply with all applicable local needed to install the burner and system components. codes and/or standards such as: Handling & Storage • NFPA Standard 54 •...
Checklist Before Installation Installing the Spark Plug Install the spark plug into the opening in the rear cover. Intake To admit fresh combustion air from outdoors, provide an NOTE: Do not apply any grease to the threads of the opening in the room of at least one square inch per 4,000 spark plug or bad grounding of the spark plug may occur, BTU/hr (1.17 kW).
Tube Shrouding Considerations Applications in which there is process air flow perpendicular to and across the Winnox combustor greater than 1000 ft/min (5 m/s) may cause flame instability and/or high production of CO emissions. In these applications a shroud may be required to shield the combustor.
Gas Piping CAUTION Burner Piping The burner is factory assembled and shipped as ordered. ■ Do not alter the bypass regulator. The NFPA requires that bypass regulator NOTE: If it is necessary to redirect piping, remove the appropriately vented and protected. outer four bolts only .
Checklist After Installation To verify the system was properly installed, perform the following checks: 1. Be sure there are no leaks in the gas lines. 2. Be sure all the components contained in the flame monitoring and control systems are properly installed. This includes verifying that: •...
Adjustment, Start & Stop In this chapter, you will find instructions on how to adjust, start, and stop the burner system. Become familiar with DANGER burner control methods before attempting to make adjustments. ■ If simulated limits or simulated flame failure do not shut down the fuel system within the required DANGER failure response time, immediately correct the...
4. Set low fire air. a. Loosen the set screw on the burner side of coupling. There is a slot in the end of the butterfly valve shaft that is parallel to the air damper. This slot is used for visual indication of the butterfly valve position.
8. If burner does not ignite. a. Shut off gas. b. When chamber temperature is below 250°F (121°C), shut off combustion air blower. c. Restart combustion air blower, drive through purge cycle and ignite the burner. d. Measure low fire gas pressure to the burner gas BV shaft shown inlet .
NOTE: Be sure main gas manual shut off valves are closed. 4. With pressure taps open, connect a manometer between Tap E and the chamber. 5. Set system control to stay at low fire during and after ignition sequence. 6. Attempt to ignite burner. Bias 7.
NOTE: If viewing the flame, it should be blue with flashes Example: (500,000 Btu/h input) x (1 cuft Natural Gas/1000 of yellow. The flame should be completely within the Btu) = 500 cuft/h or scfh of Natural Gas. combustion tube. When firing propane or butane, a proper 6.
7. Readjust burner if the settings do not repeat as expected. necessary, refer Chapter “Maintenance & Troubleshooting”. 8. Use the Systems Schematics on Appendix page ii to record all setup data as an aid for future troubleshooting and setup operations. CAUTION ■...
Maintenance & Troubleshooting Yearly Checklist This section is divided into two parts. The first part describes the maintenance procedures, and the second 1. Test (leak test) safety shut-off valves for tightness of part helps you to identify problems that may occur and closure.
CAUTION ■ Do not attempt to remove the rear cover by removing the inner circle bolts . Internal burner parts will be damaged. e. Remove bolts . f. Remove the rear cover / nozzle assembly from the burner housing . g.
Troubleshooting Problem Possible Cause Solution The low fire flame is weak or Not enough gas flowing to the burner. Adjust the ratio regulator or bypass fuel unstable. adjustable orifice valve to increase the gas flow. Not enough air. Check for proper blower rotation. Check air filter for blockage.
System Schematics Bulletin/ Symbol Appearance Name Remarks Info Guide Gas cocks are used to manually shut off the Gas Cock gas supply. A ratio regulator is used to control the air/gas ratio. The ratio regulator is a sealed unit that adjusts the gas pressure in ratio with the air pressure.
Bulletin/ Symbol Appearance Name Remarks Info Guide Hermetic Booster Booster is used to increase gas pressure. Automatic butterfly valves are typically used Automatic Butterfly Valve to set the output of the system. Manual butterfly valves are used to balance Manual Butterfly Valve the air or gas flow at each burner.