SEALED COMBUSTION WITH WOVEN FIBRE PREMIX BURNER
Metal fibre burner is designed for clean combustion in high-intensity blue flame mode. Manufactured of refractory steel that resists corrosion. Excellent resistance to thermal and mechanical shock, even at extreme temperatures. Uniform combustion provides excellent heat transfer.
POWER/DIRECT VENT USING 2" OR 3" PLASTIC PIPE Direct vents up to 120" using ULC S636 PVC or CPVC pipe either Thru-the-Wall or Thru-the-Roof. Optional concentric vent kit available for use Thru-the-Roof or Wall.
PLUG AND PLAY TECHNOLOGY No special adjustments are required at initial start up. Connect air inlet, exhaust outlet,water, electricity, and gas, set the temperature and the system functions properly
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC CONTROL SYSTEM Three external LED lights indicate operational status of water heater. Microprocessor monitors nine critical functions. An LED troubleshooting light, visible through view port, signals heater operation status.
FULL SERVICEABILITY FROM THE FRONT Removal of two front-located access panels exposes all serviceable components. Modular components are easily removed.
OTHER FEATURES - Thermister Temperature Sensor - 24-Volt Thermostat Control - Hot Surface Ignition - Full Flow Brass Drain Valve - Zero Clearance to Combustibles - Factory Installed T&P Valve - Factory Provided Condensate Trap - Multiple 1" Brass Tank Connections
WARRANTY 1. The quiet, brushless DC blower prepurges the submerged combustion chamber for 8 secondsand turns off. 2. The hot surface igniter is energized and glows red hot. 3. The blower turns on, precisely mixing air and gas for combustion. The mixture is forced through the metal fibre burner and is ignited by the hot surface igniter. A blue flame is evenly distributed across the entire burner, resulting in clean combustion with low nitrous oxide emissions. 4. The combustion chamber wall transfers high temperature heat from the flame to the water. 5. The blower pushes hot combustion gases through the spiral coil, which scrubs theremaining heat from the hot gases. 6. As combustion gas exits the bottom of the spiral coil, it is barely warm to the touch. Up to 96% of the heat from the flame is transferred to the water. 7. Combustion gases are vented through ULC S636 plastic pipe. 8. Condensation formed by cooled combustion air is captured by a condensate trap and drained through a drain line.