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  • Manual Part No. 750-207 04/2009

    Profire MBurner

    Gas, #2-5 Oil, #2-6 Oil,or Combination

    InstallationOperation

    MaintenanceParts

    Table Of Contents

  • ONLY F ACTORY AUTHORIZED BURNER SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD ST ART- UP, ADJUST, OR SER VICE THIS EQUIPMENT.

    WARNING

    M/SERIESInstallation, Operation,Service,and Parts Manual

    750-207 04/09

  • Monroe, Wisconsinwww.cOHDYHUEURRNV.com

  • M/SERIES TABLE OF CONTENTSSECTION 1:0

    OPERATING PRECAUTIONS ................................................1MODEL DESIGNATIONS, SIZES & INPUTS .........................2

    CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION A. GENERAL INFORMATION ................................................3B. DESCRIPTION ...................................................................3C. OPERATING CONTROLS ............................................. 3-4D. FLAME SAFEGUARD CONTROLS ...................................4E. GAS SYSTEM ....................................................................5F. PILOT GAS TRAIN ............................................................6G. OIL SYSTEM .................................................................. 6-8

    CHAPTER 2. INSTALLATIONA. DRAFT CONDITIONS........................................................9B. AIR SUPPLY ......................................................................9C. COMBUSTION CHAMBER DESIGN ........................... 9-10D. DRY OVEN AND BURNER INSTALLATION ...............11-13E. COMPRESSOR MODULE ...............................................13F. GAS PIPING ....................................................................13G. FUEL OIL PIPING ...................................................... 13-14H. INSTALLATION CHECKLIST ...........................................14

    GAS PIPING SCHEMATICS ................................................15 OIL PIPING SCHEMATICS ............................................ 16-18

    CHAPTER 3. OPERATIONA. PREPARATION FOR INITIAL START-UP ........................19B. FIRING PREPARATIONS FOR GAS BURNERS ............19C. FIRING PREPARATIONS FOR OIL BURNERS ........ 19-20D. SEQUENCE OF OPERATION .........................................20E. START-UP AND OPERATING .................................. 20-21F. NORMAL OPERATION ....................................................21G. SHUTDOWN ....................................................................21H. EXTENDED SHUTDOWN ...............................................21I. NORMAL OPERATION. ....................................................30J. SHUTDOWN. ....................................................................30

    CHAPTER 4. ADJUSTMENTSA. GENERAL ....................................................................... 22B. COMBUSTION ADJUSTMENT ON GAS AND OIL .......... 22C. ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE TEST ............................ 22D. GAS SYSTEM .............................................................22-23E. OIL SYSTEM ...............................................................23-24F. COMBUSTION AIR SYSTEM............ .............. ................24G. MODULATING MOTOR................................. .................. 25H. LINKAGE ADJUSTMENTS .........................................25-26

    CHAPTER 5. MAINTENANCEA. GENERAL. ....................................................................... 27B. CONTROL SYSTEM. ....................................................... 27C. COMBUSTION AIR IMPELLER ...................................... 27D. GAS SYSTEM .................................................................. 28E. OIL SYSTEM ...............................................................28-29F. BURNER HEAD ...........................................................29-31G. BURNER MOUNTING INSPECTION .............................. 31H. OIL STRAINERS .............................................................. 31I. DRAWER ASSEMBLY ..................................................31-33J. MAINTENANCE FLOW CHART. ...................................... 34

    CHAPTER 6. TROUBLE SHOOTINGA. AWARENESS. .................................................................. 35B. EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN. ........................................... 35TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE. ......................................36-38

    WARRANTY POLICY. .....................................................39-40START-UP / SERVICE REPORT. ......................................... 41PRODUCT SATISFACTION SURVEY. ................................. 42

    PARTS SECTION 2:0 AIR CLEANER.......................................................... 13, 17, 19AIR MODULATION ............................................................... 23BLAST TUBES ....................................................................... 5 CAM TRIM ............................................................................ 25 COILS, COOLING ...................................................... 5, 17, 19COMPRESSORS, AIR ...................................................17, 19CONTROLS, ELECTRICAL ................................................. 27DIFFUSERS .......................................................................7, 9DAMPER, LOUVER-TYPE ..................................................... 5DRAWER ASSEMBLIES .................................................... 7, 9DRY OVENS .......................................................................... 5ELECTRODES, IGNITION ................................................. 7, 9FILTERS, AIR (REPLACEMENT) ............................. 13, 17, 19FILTERS, OIL ................................................................. 17, 19GAUGES, PRESSURE ............................................ 13, 17, 19HEATERS, OIL ............................................................... 13, 15HOUSING, FAN ...................................................................... 5IMPELLERS, AIR....................................................................5MODULES, SEPARATE COMPRESSOR ...................... 17, 19MOTORS, ELECTRIC - BLOWER ......................................... 5 - COMPRESSOR ....................................................... 17, 19 - MODULATING ......................................................... 23, 25 - OIL PUMP .......................................................... 11, 13, 15NOZZLES, OIL ................................................................... 7, 9PILOTS, GAS ..................................................................... 7, 9PUMPS, OIL METERING ..................................................... 13REGULATOR, GAS .............................................................. 21SCANNER ..........................................................................7, 9SHEAVES .............................................................................19STARTERS, MOTOR ........................................................... 27STRAINERS, OIL ........................................................... 17, 19SWITCHES, AIR ............................................................... 5, 27SWITCHES, CONTROL ....................................................... 27SWITCHES, GAS ................................................................. 21TRANSFORMERS .................................................................5 TANKS, AIR-OIL ....................................................... 13, 17, 19 VALVES, AIR .................................................................. 17, 19VALVES, GAS ...................................................................... 21VALVES, OIL ............................................................ 11, 13, 15V-BELTS ...............................................................................19

  • Sec1:1

    This operating manual presents information that will help to properly operate and care for the equipment. Study its contents carefully. The unit will provide good service and continued operation if proper operating and maintenance instructions are followed. No attempt should be made to operate the unit until the principles of operation and all of the components are thoroughly understood. Only trained and authorized personnel should be allowed to operate, adjust or repair this equipment.

    If you are operating a burner(s), it is your responsibility to ensure that such operation is in full accordance with all applicable safety requirements and codes.

    Placed on all CB Prof re burners are warning or caution labels designed to inform the operator of potential hazards and stress important information.

    These symbols and their meanings are as follows:

    OPERATING PRECAUTIONS

    WARNINGFAILURE TO INSTALL AND OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE MANUFACTURERS RECOMMENDED INSTRUCTIONS AND INDUSTRY STANDARDS AND PRACTICES CAN RESULT IN FIRE, EXPLOSION, PROPERTY DAMAGE AND/OR PERSONAL INJURY !! READ THIS MANUAL IN ITS ENTIRIETY PRIOR TO ANY ATTEMPT TO COMMISSION THIS EQUIPMENT. INSTALLATION, STARTUP, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF THIS EQUIPMENT MUST BE PERFORMED ONLY BY FACTORY AUTHORIZED, EXPERIENCED AND QUALIFIED PERSONEL.

    READ PRODUCT MANUAL AND FULLY U N D E R S TA N D I T S C O N T E N T S BEFOREATTEMPTING T O OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT. SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT.

    PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THIS PANEL TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO THE ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS.

    CAUTION

    ONLY FACTORY AUTHORIZED BURNER SERVICE PERSONNEL SHOULD START- UP, ADJUST, OR SERVICE THIS EQUIPMENT.

    CAUTION

    WARNINGHAZARD OF ELECTRIC SHOCK!!! MORE THAN ONE DISCONNECT MAY BE REQUIRED TO DISCONNECT ALL POWER TO THIS PANEL. SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH MAY RESULT.

    WARNING

    T O AV O I D P E R S O N A L I N J U R Y FROM MOVING P ARTS, SHUT OFF ALL ELECTRICAL POWER BEFORE SERVICING THIS EQUIPMENT.

    WARNING

    AFTER FINAL FUEL INPUT ADJUSTMENTS ARE MAD