pellet burner is positioned so that there is enough space to clean,
remove the soot from the burner, the combustion chamber or the boiler
and the exhaust pipes. Place the burner in the opening of the combustion chamber or boiler with the appropriate gasket. Attach with nuts or other attachments to pull and tighten the pellet burner. The
connection between the burner and the combustion chamber must be
tightly sealed in order to prevent any leakage of exhaust gases into the
room where the fireplace or boiler is located. When installing the pellet burner is in an optimal horizontal position. The hopper is placed in close proximity to the boiler or the fireplace, taking care to withstand a safe fire range. The bunger must be made of non-combustible material. Place the auger tube in the hopper under 45 degrees. The hopper is filled with pellets. When
pouring the pellet sacks, care should be taken not to subject solid
objects to the hopper, which will subsequently disrupt the normal
operation of the burner. The auger draws pellets from the hopper and passes them to the combustion chamber. The pellets are dosed by changing the auger operating time. Initial charging of the pellet auger is done by plugging the auger plug directly into a 230 V voltage socket. The screw is held on until the pellets fall into the flexible or rigid connection with the burner. At this point, the screw plug is disconnected from the mains and switched on in the burner socket. The same procedure is mandatory when the burner is switched off due to cumulative or depleted pellets in the hopper. Once the burner is mounted on the combustion chamber, the boiler or stove needs to be fed from the mains.
WARNING! The connection must be carried out by a qualified electrician, paying particular attention to the protective grounding of the device. The auger conveyor is connected to the plug on the pellet burner. It is imperative that the burner be supplied through an emergency thermostat set to not more than 105 C and measuring the temperature of the combustion chamber. The power cord should have a cross section of not less than 3x1 mm2.
Starting the burner:
For normal operation of the heating system and in terms of safety before the burner is switched on, it is imperative to check that the circulator is correctly plugged into the mains. If a room thermostat is connected to the heating system, it must be set to a higher ambient temperature. Make the necessary temperature settings (maximum switch-off and minimum switch-on) according to the customer's needs, as well as check or change some of the manufacturer's recommended parameters (accessible to them). The pellet burner can be started when mounted to a corresponding heater (built-in combustion chamber, boiler or stove) that is connected to a chimney providing sufficient thrust, tension is supplied and pellets are fed through the auger conveyor. When the burner is ready to start, press the Start / Stop button and hold it for about 2-3 sec. It switches on in blow mode after cleaning the pellet burner delivers the required ignition dose. When the required quantity of pellets is supplied, the auger stops and the ignition heater is switched on with the fan, so the "LIGHT" mode is started.
The operation of the burner is monitored by a photo sensor. Once the photosensor detects a burn, it sends a signal to the next BRAD mode. After the set burner set time has elapsed, it goes into the "BURN" mode. Upon reaching the set maximum water temperature, the pellet burner stops operating while staying in the "READY" mode. and waits to reach a set minimum temperature to turn on again.
- If the set room temperature is set to decrease during operation, the burner will turn off;
- If the set temperature of the room thermostat is raised during the rest, when the temperature reaches the burner, the burner will be switched on according to the described algorithm;
- If the burner control is not connected to a room thermostat, the burner will stop and start when the maximum and minimum temperatures are reached, which are set according to the customer's needs;
- If the pellets do not start, a new attempt will be made to ignite them;
- If the photosensor does not record a burner during operation, the burner will turn off and will display "FAN";
- If the attempts to overheat, for example when the fuel (pellet) is failed, the pellet burner is switched off and switches to the "ACCIDENT" mode, which signals to the user that there is no need to interfere with the cause;
- When the power supply is cut off and the burner is restarted, the burner is started automatically;
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