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Contents

Contents

Contents

Company Overview 2

The Automatic Heating Advantage 4

Sales & Technical Support 6

Service & Maintenance 8

Heat Pumps 10

Air to Water Heat Pumps 11

Water to Water Heat Pumps 61

Condensing & Conventional Boilers 68

Condensing Boilers 69

Conventional Boilers 115

Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners 127

Flue Systems 139

Biomass Boilers 154

Wood Boilers 156

Pellet Boilers 162

Expansion & Deaeration 166

Expansion Tanks & Pressurisation Systems 167

Dirt and Air Separation 191

Backflow Prevention & Water Makeup 219

Thermal Storage 224

Hot Water Storage Tanks for Domestic Water 226

Buffer Storage Tanks for Heating and Cooling 240

HVAC Pumps 248

Saer Pumps 250

Wilo Pumps 252

Grundfos Pumps 254

Inertia Bases 258

HVAC Accessories 260

Condensate Neutralisers 262

Hydraulic Separators 268

Heat Exchangers 270

Valves and Gauges 272

Water Treatment Products 280

Prefabrication 284

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Company Overview

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Company Overview

Automatic Heating takes a whole-of-life, holistic

approach to the manufacture, supply and service

of our comprehensive range of water-based

heating and cooling solutions.

Our success is built on this approach, coupled with a thorough understanding of mechanical engineering

principles and customer focus that has evolved through 90 years of experience in this technically

demanding and rapidly changing industry.

We offer system solutions in their entirety, meaning all components can be selected from one convenient

trusted source. Importantly, this full product range is supported by Automatic Heating’s dedicated presales

and after-sales support capability, and nationwide service network.

Our Vision

To offer each client an irrefutable case for energy efficient

systems, which are integrated and attainable, high quality

and sustainable, with numerous benefits demonstrable

through advanced technical specification services and

generously shared expertise.

We have been challenging

ourselves for over 90 years

to find the most energyefficient

way to achieve our

mission, and will never stop

perfecting this pursuit.

Our Mission

Our business exists to create comfort; in warmth that

consoles, calms, relaxes and heals, and through cooling

that soothes the body and mind. We sell complex

products and execute advanced technical planning, for

the purpose of achieving simple feelings that often go

unnoticed. But that, in itself, is the mission, for when our

work goes unnoticed, that is when we know we have

succeeded in providing effective solutions that create the

perfect indoor environment.

We have been challenging ourselves for over 90 years

to find the most energy-efficient way to achieve our

mission, and will never stop perfecting this pursuit. As

a family business, it is our personal mission to provide

quality innovation through professional support and

impeccable service to the Mechanical Services and

Hydronic Heating Industries, which make our mission

achievable.

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Company Overview

Our Purpose

Automatic Heating Global’s purpose is to design, deliver

and maintain sustainable, energy efficient solutions that

enables others to live and work well.

Our Brands

Our Values

• Help from the heart

• Solve it for the Customer

• Trust is Fundamental

• Champion Sustainability

• Show initiative

Automatic Heating is pleased to represent the following global brands. As

leading forces for quality and innovation in the commercial HVAC sector for

many years, these trusted manufacturers continue to open up new horizons in

heating and cooling technology and sustainability.

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The Automatic Heating Advantage

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The Automatic

Heating Advantage

Automatic Heating’s Revere CO 2

Heat Pumps bring an exciting and promising aspect of non-fossil fueled

sustainable high temperature hot water heating to the commercial HVAC market in Australia.

Here For The Long Haul

Since our beginnings in a small

workshop in Park Street, South

Melbourne in 1926, Automatic

Heating has evolved into a truly

innovative, national company.

Now in our fourth generation,

Automatic Heating continues to be

synonymous with the strengths that

have made us who we are today:

first-class engineering, friendly

customer service based on a sound

understanding of the underlying

technology and a passion for

innovation and sustainability.

We continue to increase our

competitiveness through state-ofthe-art

production methods, ongoing

product development and processoriented

management – opening up

the markets of the future with a longterm,

solution-based approach.

Sustainable Integrated Solutions

Our vision is to be the leading provider

of innovative and energy efficient

products to the Australian HVAC

industry, with a strong emphasis

on sustainability to help customers

reduce their carbon footprint.

The best way to achieve a sustainable

result is to design integrated solutions

that are energy efficient in all facets of

their construction. Our product range

reflects this, with integrated solutions

offered in their entirety from one

convenient source.

Each product we stock is a leader

in its category, sourced globally

from some of the most progressive

and technologically advanced

manufacturers in the world.

Even though these products may

have been tried and tested in some

of the world’s most demanding

environments, Automatic Heating

ensures they are suited to Australian

conditions and certified where

necessary, giving you complete

confidence that you are investing in

proven, leading-edge technology of

unrivalled quality.

At Automatic Heating, we would like

to see your next HVAC project go

down in history as a shining example

of innovation, exemplary design and

sustainability. We invite you to partner

with us to promote sustainable climate

mechanics and help shape a brighter

and more sustainable future.

Let’s work together now for

a better future

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The Automatic Heating Advantage

Expert design

and technical support

Extensive stock

holding facilities

Comprehensive

Product Range

As the leading provider of Waterbased

Heating & Cooling to the

Commercial HVAC market across

Australia, Automatic Heating is able to

provide superior design and technical

support to ensure that our products

meet or exceed your specifications.

We also provide support in the

commissioning and certification of

products from relevant authorities.

Our products are easy for you to

specify, or we can assist you. We

take care to ensure our advanced

specification and design services will

add value to our client’s offering and

optimise the project outcome.

The knowledge and experience of four

generations is at your disposal when

working with Automatic Heating.

Automatic Heating maintains an

extensive range of stock products

including a vast range of spare parts

to support and meet your project

requirements.

With nearly 3,000m2 of warehousing

we carry an extensive inventory

– from the smallest fittings to the

largest boilers.

Our head office is located within

the Northpoint Enterprise Park in

Melbourne’s northern suburbs.

We are closely positioned to major

arterial roads and are only 20

minutes from the Melbourne CBD.

Automatic Heating maintains an

extensive range of stock products

including a vast range of spare

parts to support and meet your

project requirements.

Regularly searching the globe for

the newest and most innovative

products, we can assist in the design

of integrated systems for your next

project, saving you time and effort by

providing the best equipment for the

job from a single reliable source.

• CO2 High Temperature Heat Pumps

• Condensing and Conventional

Boilers

• Gas, Oil And Dual Fuel Burners

• Flue Systems

• Biomass Boilers

• Expansion Tanks & Deaeration

Systems

• Dirt and Air Separation

• Backflow Prevention

• Thermal Storage

• HVAC Pumps

• HVAC Accessories

Warranty Commitment

All our products come with a

minimum 12-month warranty

commitment*, with full access to the

Service Department who can manage

the ongoing wellbeing of the system.

* Warranties of up to 10 years apply to some products -

conditions apply

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Sales & Technical Support

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Sales & Technical

Support

Our products may be easy to specify but

we understand the limited resources,

tight deadlines, and cost pressures our

customers face on a daily basis.

Hence, our experienced sales and technical support

staff are available to provide technical advice as well as

advanced specification and design services to help you

make the right choice every time.

Then we’ll be as hands-on as required through

installation and commissioning to ensure your

investment operates efficiently from day one.

The desired result is project outcomes that maximise

ease of installation, operational performance and energy

efficiency for the benefit of the environment, the project,

the client and the HVAC industry.

We believe in creating genuine relationships with clients,

which we maintain through consistently adding value

in the form of expert advice, technical support, quality

products, innovation and flexibility.

Automatic Heating are here & always willing

to offer solutions to solve any project demand.

Speak to us today about your next project.

Our technical team can offer specialist advice,

making your life a lot easier.

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Sales & Technical Support

Complimentary Services

We offer the following complimentary services to any

professional involved in designing or building sustainable,

comfortable indoor environments for the Australian

community.

• Quotations for project budgeting

• Payback calculations

• Technical advice

• System design advice

• Product selections

• Product specifications

• Energy efficiency modelling

• System schematic drawings

• DWG/Revit drawings

• On-site assessments, recommendations and troubleshooting

• In-house technical training presentations

• Product display and showrooms

• Technical information webinars

CAD Drawings

To ensure clients obtain maximum value from this service, it is

important to provide as much detail as possible, including:

• Existing plantroom conditions including room size and

placement of existing equipment and services

• The new equipment that is required to be accommodated in

the plantroom

• Any access considerations or contingencies applicable to the

plantroom or building

Our Technical Manager is available to assist you with any

queries and can arrange a site visit if necessary.

48-Hour ‘SpecTech’ Service

From the moment we receive your enquiry we work hard to

ensure you get a response containing specification details,

technical information, and budget costs, all within 2 working

days.

Face-to-Face Visits

The friendly team members at Automatic Heating are happy

to visit you at your office or on-site to work collaboratively

in finding the most appropriate solution for your needs and

budget.

Training & Product Demonstrations

Our DWG drawings and revolutionary Revit drawings offer

you greater insight into your chosen products and how they

interact with one another in a HVAC system. Our expert team

can assess the system schematic with you and offer helpful

advice to ensure the success of your project.

Mechanical Plantroom Design and Layout

Automatic Heating Technical Staff are available to

provide training and product demonstrations to our

clients and consultants at their premises or at a

convenient conference venue. We also cater for morning

tea or lunchtime technical presentations.

Contact Automatic Heating on 03 9330 3300 for further

information or to arrange a visit from one of our

Technical Sales Specialists.

Planning is crucial to any project and when space or access

is limited, it becomes even more important. Automatic

Heating have the capacity to provide technical drawings and

3D renders to assist in visualisation and space optimisation

of your plantroom design.

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Service & Maintenance

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Service & Maintenance

Take our word for it ....

Prevention is better than Cure

The old adage “a stitch in time, saves nine” is an

understatement in the context of boiler maintenance.

With boilers often in constant service and fulfilling critical

heating functions within buildings ranging from domestic

residences to major airports, it makes sense to keep them

running at peak performance. Unfortunately, all too often,

boiler maintenance remains unscheduled and overlooked

until boiler failure becomes a reality and a lack of heating

starts impacting on people and critical functions throughout

the household or organisation.

Annual Service

Every boiler, cooler and pump requires maintenance to

ensure reliable and efficient operation. An un serviced

system can quickly become a costly asset, experiencing

premature failures that can damage both the system and

potentially the surrounding areas. Regular preventative

maintenance will ensure optimum performance is being

achieved and running costs are being kept to a minimum.

Our nationwide service network offers fixed price,

tailored service contracts to allow you to budget for the

maintenance of your plant with confidence, while our

extensive range of spare parts can be relied upon at any

time - even long after your purchase. Tailored service

contracts mean that you only pay for the level of servicing

you require and the fixed price enables you to budget for the

cost of the plant over the coming years.

Key reasons for having your boiler serviced annually

1. Regulatory Compliance – Government regulations set

out minimum service requirements for all commercial

buildings in order to meet health and safety standards.

These regulations also stipulate how long service

records should be kept. Annual servicing of your

heating plant and maintenance of accurate service

records provides a level of insurance not only against

heating failure but against costly litigation resulting

from an appliance rendered dangerous through

neglect.

2. Keeping your building safe – Having your boiler

serviced helps to highlight any potential dangers and

risks associated with your boiler and flue. When your

boiler stops working efficiently, it’s possible for toxic

carbon monoxide gases to be released. These gases

are extremely dangerous and pose serious risks to

anyone exposed to them, yet are ordinarily hard to

detect.

3. Identify Problems Early – During a service, potential

problems are identified early and can help to minimise

further damage to the boiler and save costly future

repairs.

4. Reduce your Fuel Bills – During an annual boiler

service, your boiler parts are cleaned and the boiler

efficiency is checked. A properly maintained boiler

running at optimum efficiency ensures ongoing energy

savings are maintained.

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Service & Maintenance

5. Keeping your Warranty Valid – Many boiler warranties

are valid subject to having an annual service carried

out. For many boiler manufacturers, failing to service

your boiler using an appropriately certified heating

engineer can invalidate your warranty altogether,

leaving you liable for costly repair bills.

6. Cheaper than Replacing a Boiler – If your boiler is

left faulty for long periods of time, much larger and

more complicated issues can arise, perhaps even

resulting in your boiler needing replacing. Recognising

any problems early on can reduce the amount of

permanent damage caused to your boiler and keep it

running for longer.

Commissioning

Once a system is engineered and installed, essential

checks should be made to ensure maximum safety from

the very start. The Automatic Heating commissioning

service involves checking that your systems have been

installed correctly as specified and includes various

testing procedures to ensure satisfactory performance and

compliance with appropriate regulations.

The commissioning process is the most important part

of any installation before it is set into full operation. In

addition, the Automatic Heating team can also program your

system, set it up and, where required, train your operator.

On Site Inspection and Audit

Where needed, we can organise one of our experts to

perform an on site inspection and audit. This will provide

you with a report on our findings and a recommendation on

which step to make next, whether it be maintenance, repair

or replacement of your equipment.

Repairs

Qualified Technicians

It is important that whoever services your boiler is suitably

qualified, experienced and equipped with the parts needed

to complete the service. This minimises costs and downtime

and ensures warranties remain valid. Automatic Heating

technicians are fully trained and qualified to service our

equipment and their fully stocked vans carry the parts

needed to complete each job.

Their professional competence and high level of practical

and diagnostic experience means you can be assured your

products are always running at optimum performance

when maintained by the Automatic Heating Service Team.

Support anytime, anywhere

Our service technicians are available for emergency callouts

and frequently provide support to clients in remote

areas.

From our Melbourne Head Office, our Operation and

Maintenance Department uses state of the art technology to

remotely monitor our O&M sites - as well as offering email,

SMS and mobile notification to ensure online operation for

your total peace of mind.

The Automatic Heating Service team is available to repair

your system even outside of the warranty period.

Our highly responsive technicians are trained in all areas

and applications of the most technical of systems with the

ability to quickly diagnose and fix problems on site, in most

situations. We understand every minute of downtime is a

cost to a business which is why we do everything possible

to provide a solution, even if it is an interim measure to get

your system back up and running as quickly as possible.

Parts & Consumables

We maintain an extensive range of genuine spare parts for

all commercial boilers, cooling systems, water heaters and

pressurisation units, to ensure our technicians can respond

quickly to our client’s servicing needs.

Your spare parts from Automatic Heating have quality

assurance conformity and carry a 12 month warranty. Using

genuine parts means you benefit from any technological

improvements that may have been made as part of our

policy of continuous product improvement. We are always

looking to make our commercial heating, cooling and hot

water products even more efficient.

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HEAT PUMPS

Heat Pumps

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Air to Water

Heat Pumps

Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Air to Water Heat Pumps offer unrivaled efficiencies of up to 350%.

Air to Water Heat Pumps can provide efficient heating and cooling for your home or

commercial building, especially if you live in a warm to moderate climate. An air to water

heat pump can deliver from 1.5 to 3 times more thermal energy to a building than the

electricity it uses. This can happen due to the fact that the heat pump transfers heat, rather

than transforming it from a type of fuel like regular combustion heating systems do.

CO 2

Heat Pumps

R32 Heat Pumps

Revere® CO 2

5-80kW pg 12

Revere® R32 Inverter pg 24

R410A Heat Pumps

Revere® R410A Inverter pg 25 Revere® R410A pg 28

Galleti MPI DC 8-29kW pg 32

Galleti MPE 4-76kW pg 36 Galleti HiRef HPS 43-216kW pg 44 Galleti EvitecH 50-180kW pg 48

Galleti SCX 80-360kW pg 54

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2 - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Revere ® CO 2

Air to Water Heat Pumps

A Sustainable Technology

Regardless of political agendas or incentives, consumers worldwide are

increasingly pursuing sustainable, cost effective alternatives to traditional fossil

fuelled equipment for their hot water and space heating requirements. Using

natural CO 2

as the refrigerant and achieving a high coefficient of performance

(COP), CO₂ heat pumps offer both ecological and financial benefits.

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The unique capacity of the Revere® CO 2

Heat Pump to

produce 90°C hot water makes it suitable for use in a wide

range of industrial, commercial and residential projects,

including food processing plants, dairies, shopping centres,

apartments, hotels, restaurants, hospitals, aged care,

recreational and educational facilities. Revere® can also

be adopted with a high level of safety as the absence of

combustion reduces the risk of fire.

Instead of the more conventional ammonia or haloalkane

(R134A) refrigerant gases, Revere® CO 2

Heat Pumps use

supercritical carbon dioxide as the refrigerant.

The technology offers a means of energy conservation and

reduces the emission of greenhouse gas.

From the energy output side, the operational characteristics

of the heat pump are different to conventional systems

(such as electric/gas/oil boilers or electric heaters). With

conventional systems, 1kW input of energy provides less

than 1 kW of output energy or heat. With a CO 2

heat pump

system, every 1kW of input energy consumed produces

an average of 3.9 x the input as output energy or heat by

extracting heat from the outside air.

Summary

Producing 90°C hot water with an average COP of 3.9,

makes Revere® CO₂ Heat Pumps an ideal energy efficient

domestic hot water and space heating system for industrial,

commercial and residential applications. This ability to

convert 1kW of input energy into 3.9kW of output energy

represents an ongoing economical and sustainable water

heating solution.

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Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

Revere® CO 2 Heat Pump Features & Advantages

HEAT PUMPS

Heats up to 90°C - Due to its innovative design, the Revere®

CO 2

Heat Pump can produce hot water up to 90°C at low and

high ambient temperatures (-20°C to 43°C)

Flexible - The same system can be simultaneously used for

Space Heating & Domestic Hot Water

Ultra quiet operation – 60dBa

No combustion - reduces fire risk

Suitable for up to 60°C ΔT (flow 90°C, return 30°C)

Suits Australian conditions – accommodates ambient

operating temperatures from -5°C to 43°C (Special unit

available for -15°C or -20°C)

Safe - Non-flammable CO₂ refrigerant

Programmable – can be set to operate during off peak

times to benefit from low cost power

30% Space Saving due to Y Frame design (CHP-80)

Versatile - Suitable for a wide range of purposes, from

small facilities to large buildings where hot water or

heating is required.

Eco friendly - The Revere® CO 2

Heat Pump uses natural CO₂

refrigerant. This refrigerant has a global warming potential

(GWP) of about 1/1700 that of R410 and zero ozonedepleting

potential (ODP).

Energy efficient - Under optimal conditions, Revere®

CO 2

Heat Pumps achieve an exceptional coefficient of

performance (up to 4.2) which equates to higher energy

efficiency. Compared to the traditional electric hot water

heater, the CO 2

hot water heat pump can save up to 75%

heating energy. Further energy cost savings can be

achieved through operation during off peak hours, subject

to off-peak electrical power supply.

Anti-freeze/Cold Area Units - the heat pump is fitted with a

defrost solenoid valve which will open when the evaporator

ices up. The hot gas will then flow through the evaporator

and melts the ice. Water cannot be stored during defrosting.

One pass heating - It is suitable for heating water from low

to high temperatures (large temperature difference) in one

pass.

Reduces storage requirements - Since this hot water heat

pump can heat water up to 90ºC, the size of the storage tank

can be reduced.

Volume of hot

water used (L)

Calculated necessary

volume of hot water (L)

Monday

Necessary hot water volume and operating

time calculated from 4 weeks of operation data

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Energy Saving Function - This function is an energy-saving

function that learns operation patterns from the four previous

weeks to prevent unnecessary heating and temperature

decreases in stored water through natural heat loss. The use

of this function based on operation data stops the unit from

boiling water unnecessarily.

Running Cost Comparison

Cents / kwH

7

28 29.6

APPROX

1/4

RUNNING COST

Revere® CO 2

Heat Pump

Electric Water

Heater

LPG

Fueled Boiler

Revere® offers Significantly lower running costs & CO₂ emissions

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

How It Works

The Revere® CO 2

Hot water heat pump is an energy efficient electric heat pump that uses heat extracted from

the air to heat water for industrial, commercial and residential applications. A hot water heat pump removes

energy from a low temperature source (ambient air or waste water) and moves it to a high temperature hot

water tank.

Contents

Heat

pump

unit

Compressor

Hot

90°C

Hot water

supply

Air

Heat

exchanger

(for air)

CO 2

refrigerant

cycle

Heat exchanger

(for water

heating)

Water is

heated

Sealed

storage tank

Hot water supply

Heating

Refrigerant flow

Fan

Cold

Expansion valve

Water pump

Cold water

supply

Advantages of using CO 2

as a refrigerant

This heat pump uses CO₂ as a refrigerant. CO₂ is a natural refrigerant and has an ozone depletion

potential (ODP) of zero and a global warming potential (GWP) of 1. CO 2

refrigerant is a non HFC

refrigerant. Traditional HFC refrigeration systems affect climate change in two distinct ways: direct and

indirect contribution. Direct contribution results from the release of refrigerants into the atmosphere.

Indirect contribution refers to the energy used to operate traditional refrigeration equipment. The less

energy required to operate the equipment, the lower the impact on the environment.

Refrigerant Characteristics

HFC

Natural Refrigerant

Refrigerant

R410A R407C R744(CO 2

)

Ozone depletion potential 0 0 0

Global warming potential 1975 1653 1

Combustible No No No

Toxicity Low Low Low

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Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

CHP-5R

CHP-15HF

CHP-26H4

CHP-080Y2

General Performance Data of a Standard Unit

Product Code

Power supply

Total power input@ 25ºC

ambient(kW)

Heating output @ 25ºC

ambient (kW)

Average COP*

Dimension

L x W x H(mm)

CHP-5R** Single phase 240V/50Hz 2.3 5.5 3.9 675 x 825 (+70) x 300

CHP-15F 3 phase 415V/50Hz 4.16 15 4.0 900 x 450 x 1850

CHP-26H4 3 phase 415V/50Hz 6.7 29.3 3.9 1300 x 890 x 1705

CHP-080Y2 3 phase 415V/50Hz 18.8 78.4 3.8 1790 x 1010 x 2000

* Average COP based on constant hot water supply at 65ºC and ambient temperature range of -7ºC to 43ºC.

** Hot water temperature for model CHP-5R is fixed at 63°C.

CO2 heat pump system for

DHW and space heating on

skid frame.

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

Designed for Space and Energy Efficiency

With a heating performance of 80 kW, the

CHP-080Y2 was developed to reduce high

hot water supply costs and large space

requirements that inevitably occur in facilities

requiring a large hot water supply.

The structure of the Y-shaped frame reduces

power consumption and allows units to

be installed close together. The heating

performance can be switched between three

modes in order to adjust the energy to suit

how you use hot water, and performance does

not decrease* in temperatures down to -15°C.

This flexible system is suitable for a wide

range of facilities that use large volumes of

hot water, and is durable enough to provide a

steady hot water supply for a long time.

* Energy-saving mode only

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Product Quick Check

Type

CO₂ Heat Pump

Range

5-80kW

Efficiency Average COP 3.9

Fuel Type Electricity

Outdoor option Yes

Cascadeable

Max Pressure

Zero Nox

Building J Code

2018 compliant

Yes

490 kPa

Yes

Yes

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Performance Data

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Product Code

Constant Supply Hot Water at 65°C

Heating Ability

kW

A / B / C*

Storage Capacity

L/h

A / B / C*

Supply Water → Hot Water

°C

A / B / C*

Power Consumption

Kw

A / B / C*

Average COP

CHP-5R 4.5** 79** 17-63** 2.3** 3.9

CHP-15F 15 / 15 / 15 230 / 269 / 315 9→65 / 17→65 / 24→65 3.6 / 3.4 / 3.13 4.2

CHP-26H4 24.0 / 26.3 / 29.3 369 / 471 / 615 9→65 / 17→65 / 24→65 6.20 / 6.55 / 6.70 3.9

CHP-080Y2 61.1 / 65.6 / 66.4 938 / 1175 / 1392 9→65 / 17→65 / 24→65 16.1 / 16.1 / 14.9 3.6

Product Code

Constant Supply Hot Water at 90°C

Heating Ability

kW

A / B / C*

Storage Capacity

L/h

A / B / C*

Supply Water → Hot Water

°C

A / B / C*

Power Consumption

Kw

A / B / C*

Average COP

CHP-15F 15 / 15 / 15 159 / 177 / 177 9→90 / 17→90 / 24→90 4.68 / 4.48 / 4.16 4.2

CHP-26H4 24.5 / 25.5 / 27.0 260 / 300 / 352 9→90 / 17→90 / 24→90 7.40 / 7.50 / 7.80 3.9

CHP-080Y2 58.9 / 63.9 / 62.7 625 / 752 / 817 9→90 / 17→90 / 24→90 18.3 / 19.3 / 17.8 3.6

* Ambient Temperatures - A: DB7°C / WB6°C (Winter) - B: DB16°C / WB12°C (Intermediate) - C: DB25°C / WB21°C (Summer)

** Ambient temperature of 20°C

Specifications

Product Code CHP-5R CHP-15F CHP-26H4 CHP-080Y2

Power Supply Single phase 240V 50Hz 3 phase 415V 50Hz

Design pressure

at refrigerant side

Protection Devices

MPa

Low pressure side 9 /

High pressure side 14

High·low pressure sensor

Fuse (fan & pump)

Over current relay

(compressor)

Low pressure side 8 /

High pressure side 13.2

Compressor motor excessive temperature protection

Compressor rupture disk

Over current relay (compressor)

Low pressure side 7.5 / High pressure side 14

Compressor Type Rotary compressor Horizontal scroll compressor Semi-hermetic reciprocating compressor

Compressor Motor Type Hermetic motor compresor Three-phase induction motor

Inverter drive three-phase

induction motor

Compressor Rated Output kW 1.1 1.9kW x 2 8.4 15.8

Crankcase Heater W N/A N/A 100 140

Fan W Propeller Fan 70 Propeller fan (47Wx2) Propeller fan (110Wx2) Propeller fan (300Wx2)

Pump W 30 30 Seal-less, AC200V - 100W Seal-less, DC282V - 140W

Air heat exchanger

Forced cooling cross fin

High pressure switch

High pressure switch

High·low pressure sensor

High pressure switch

High·low pressure sensor

Compressor over heat

Fuse (fan & pump)

cut out device

Compressor pressure

relief valve

Over current relay (fan)

Over current protection

Supply hot water

Forced circulation double-piping type

heat exchanger

Refrigerant / filling volume kg CO2 (R744) / 0.74 CO 2

(R744) / 2 x 1.18 CO 2

(R744) / 6.8 CO 2

(R744) / 11.3

Dimensional Data

Product Code

Dimensions

H x W x D

Product mass/Operating weight

kg

CHP-5R 675 x 825 (+70) x 300 49

CHP-15F 1850 x 900 x 450 174 / 177

CHP-26H4 1705 x 1300 x 890 480 / 500

CHP-080Y2 2000 x 1790 x 1010 690 / 710

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

CHP-5R Dimensional Data

Contents

Dimensions

123

412

TOP VIEW

582

DRAIN CONNECTOR

123

FRONT VIEW

828 70

34

SIDE VIEW

20 283

695

16

97

362

338

41

12

BSP 1/2(Male)

HP Outlet (Hot Water)

BSP 1/2(Male)

HP Outlet (Cold Water)

All dimensions displayed in millimeters

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Installation Guidelines

Flat Wall Installation

Caution: Water fitting side must have

300mm clearance. 600mm is desireable

A

>150mm

clearance

B

Front

Corner Wall Installation

>150mm

clearance

Front

>150mm

clearance

Front

>150mm clearance

>300mm

clearance

Front

>200mm

clearance

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Contents

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

CHP-15F Dimensional Data and Installation Guide

HEAT PUMPS

Dimensions

Operation output, Error output, External input terminal board

Terminal - Remote controller, HP communication×2

Supply hot water stop valve terminal board

Power source terminal board

Air discharge outlet

Grounding terminal

(Inside the electric device BOX)

Air suction inlet

91 for rear leg

Heat pump outlet piping (B side) connection (R3/4)

Heat pump intlet piping (A side) connection (R3/4)

91 for rear leg

Grounding

Drain piping connection for venting air (R1/2)

terminal

(Make sure the connection for the possible successive drainage)

Anchor bolt position, Piping connection (Top view)

Product mass

Operating

weight

Drain hole (

35 hole)

Remote control cord & others lead-in position

Connection for heat pump outlet piping (B side)

Connection for heat pump inlet piping (A side)

Power cable lead-in position

Connection for air vent drain piping

Use four M12 anchor bolts with the

buried length of more than 60mm

Drain hole (

20 hole)

Anchor bolt notch hole

(M21 for bolt×4 spots)

Installation Guidelines

FRONT VIEW SHOWING FRONT VIEW TOP SPACE SHOWING TOP SPACE

REQUIRED FOR REQUIRED MAINTENANCE FOR MAINTENANCE

PLAN VIEW SHOWING PLAN VIEW SHOWING • This unit is not for indoor

CLEARANCE SPACES CLEARANCE REQUIRED SPACES REQUIRED installation. Outdoor

installation only.

• Consult your sales store

when obstacles are at three

directions, and for a built-in

installation.

• Do not set this unit in a closed

depression with all sides

deeper than 1.0M

ARROW DENOTES AIR ARROW INPUT DENOTES AIR INPUT

AND OUTPUT DIRECTION AND OUTPUT DIRECTION

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

Contents

CHP-26H4 Dimensional Data and Installation Guide

Dimensions

100

25

A Anchor bolt fitting holes (4 Ø15 holes)

B O peration check window (front)

C External signal connection port (sensor, etc.,Ø 24 holes)

D Power source port ( Ø39 hole)

E C ontrol board position (front)

F Hot water outlet Rc3/4 (20 A, C AC 406)

G Supply water inlet Rc3/4 (20 A, C AC 406)

H Air heat exchanger room drain Rc1 (25 A, C 3604BD)

I Drain outlet Rc3/4 (20 A, C AC 406)

143

72

Cover

Internal operating section

(shown with cover open)

Remote control cord slot

10 13

(83.5) (29.8)

(attachment pitch)

(29.7)

Remote control cord terminal strip

2-M3 (included)

Top view

Dedicated Remote Control

815

80

1300

Air outlet

Air outlet

Air inlet

Air inlet

B

F

12

1705

1525

C

G

H

165

350

75

75

170

70

130

860

100

195

A

900

195

I

145

890

5

1290 5

E

D

155 900

195

5

Left view

Front view

Back view

Installation Guidelines

TOP VIEW OF HEAT PUMP UNIT

700 mm or more

FRONT VIEW OF HEAT PUMP UNIT

3 m or more

• Install the heat pump unit outdoors, with

adequate ventilation

• Install in a location where cold air from the

air outlets of the heat pump unit or operating

sounds will not disturb neighbours, or take

soundproofing measures.

• The diagram shows the space required for

maintenance and inspections. It may not

be possible to perform maintenance or

inspections without the necessary space.

Make sure to leave sufficient space when

designing the layout.

Front of heat

pump unit

700 mm or more

Pipe Slot

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Contents

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

CHP-080Y2 Dimensional Data and Installation Guide

HEAT PUMPS

Dimensions

100

25

143

72

Internal operating section

(shown with cover open)

(83.5) (29.8)

(attachment pitch)

Cover

(29.7)

Remote control cord terminal strip

2-M3 (included)

Front

Remote control cord slot

Dedicated Remote Control

10 13

Air Outlet

Air Outlet

Air Suction Inlet

Air Suction Inlet

Air heat exchange

room drain

Rc1(25A)

CAC406

Operation Check Window

(Front)

Control Panel

(Front)

External Signal Connection

(Ø Sensor 22 Holes,

Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Remote Control Line Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Hot

Water Inlet

Rc1(25A)

CAC406

Cold

Water Inlet

Rc1(25A)

CAC406

Anchor bolt Mounting Hole

(6 x Ø 15 Holes)

Cable Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Power Connection

(Ø 44 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Remote Control Line Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Cable Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Power Connection

(Ø 44 Holes Grommet, Ø 36 Holes)

Drain Outlet

Rc3/4(20A)

CAC406

Maintenance Window

Distant Control Panel Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Distant Control Panel Connection

(Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Bottom: External Signal Connection

(Sensor Ø 22 Holes, Ø Grommet 17 Holes)

Cross Section A-A

Installation

Guidelines

3 m or

more

100 mm or more

500 mm

or more

500 mm or more

500 mm or more

275 mm or more

• Install the heat pump unit outdoors, with adequate ventilation

• Install in a location where cold air from the air outlets of the heat pump unit or operating sounds will not

disturb neighbours, or take soundproofing measures.

• The diagram shows the space required for maintenance and inspections. It may not be possible to perform

maintenance or inspections without the necessary space. Make sure to leave sufficient space when designing

the layout.

275 mm or more

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

Case Studies

Contents

Yarra’s Edge Tower 1

1 x Revere® CO 2

Heat Pump

At Yarra’s Edge Tower 1, one of

Melbourne’s finest waterside highrise

apartments, Automatic Heating

installed a new and improved

hybrid system that features a high

efficiency heat pump, high efficiency

condensing boilers and twin coil

storage tanks. Two atmospheric

500kW boilers used for domestic

hot water were replaced with an

Revere® 15kW High Temperature

CO2 Heat Pump, five Meridian 150kW

condensing boilers and Plate Heat

Exchangers. This hybrid solution

ensures that the new system will

run as efficiently, sustainably, and

economically as possible.

Williamstown

Industrial Application

2 x 15kW Revere® CO 2

Air to Water heat pumps

2 x 400L Twin Coil Watermark

Stainless Steel Tanks

Prefab skid frame with above

equipment provides 90°C hot water

for industrial process applications.

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Contents

Revere® CO 2

- Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Monash University

Clayton Campus

James Gormley Bike

Arrival Station

1 x 15kW Revere® CO 2

Air to Water heat pump

2 x 750L Twin Coil Watermark

Stainless Steel Tanks

Prefab skid frame with above

equipment provides DHW for

28 showers and hot water for

hydronic heating

Nightingale 2 Apartments

2 x 15kW Revere® CO 2

Air to Water heat pump

1 x Buffer Tank

2 x Twin Coil

Stainless Steel Tanks

Utilising CO 2

Heat Pumps for space

and domestic hot water heating at

Nightingale 2.

The revolutionary Nightingale 2

Apartments project utilizes the

eco-friendly and energy efficient

CO2 heat pumps to help achieve

their remarkable sustainability

goals. With a GWP (Global Warming

Potential) = 1, a CO2 Heat pump

is 1800 times more environment

friendly than a standard heat pump

with R410A refrigerant.

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® R32 Inverter - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Revere ®

R32 Inverter

Air to Water Heat Pump

With the advanced new technology of

an EVI DC Inverter, the Revere® R32

Inverter Air to Water Heat Pump can

be used in extremely cold area for

heating/cooling, hot water.

Contents

1315

mm

395

mm

1000 mm

Condition Unit Heating Cooling

Ambient Temp. (DB/WB) ºC 7/6 7/6 2/1 2/1 -7/-8 -7/-8 35/24

Water Temp. (In/Out) ºC 30/35 50/55 30/35 50/55 30/35 50/55 12/7

Capacity Range kW 6.0~20.0 5.5~18.0 5.5~17.0 5.5~15.0 4.6~14.5 4.5~14.0 4.2~14.0

Power Input Range kW 1.5~5.0 2.0~7.5 1.5~5.0 2.2~7.4 1.5~5.0 2.2~7.3 1.8~7.5

EVI DC Inverter Technology

With advanced new technology of EVI DC Inverter, the

unit is capable of producing 60ºC domestic hot water.

And according to laboratory testing (basing on ErP test

standard), the energy level can reach A++.

Smart Colorful Touch Display

R32 wire controller is with a 5-inch smart colorful touch

display which is installed on the wall. Featuring 0.5ºC

precise control, water temperature curve display, easy

timing, one-key mute and more, it provides an easy and

convenient user experience.

Intelligent Defrosting

Intelligent defrosting uses the pressure sliding defrosting

technology to figure out the exact defrosting time and start

pressure according to the real ambient temperature. It saves

energy and makes the heat pump work in high efficiency.

Model - AHG R32 AW Unit Value

Frequency Hz 30~90

ErP Level (35°C & 55ºC)

A++

Power Supply

380~415V, 3N, 50/60Hz

Electric Heater kW /

Max. Running Current A 13.5

Refrigerant Type

R32

Refrigerant Quantity kg 1.8

Compressor Brand

Panasonic

Water Pump

Grundfos

Water Connection inch 1.2

Water Flow m 3 /h 2.15

Water Pressure Drop kPa 45

Water Pump Head m 4

DC Motor Quantity 2

DC Motor Power Input (max/min) W 130/45

DC Motor Speed (max/min) RPM 850/300

Noise* dB(A) 55

Net Weight kg 155

Gross Weight kg 175

Net Dimension (L x W x H) mm 1000 x 395 x 1315

Shipping Dimension (L x W x H) mm 1070 x 415 x 1330

Operation Ambient Temp. ºC -25~43

Max. Outlet Water Temp. ºC 60

* Noise test is based on JB/T4330-1999 at 1 meter distance.

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Contents

Revere ® R410A Inverter

Air to Water Heat Pumps

Revere® R410A Inverter - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Works efficiently with floor heating, water

fan coils or radiators for heating, cooling and

sanitary hot water.

Features

Smart Colorful Touch Display

5” smart colorful touch display which is installed on the wall.

Applicable to RS485 communication, it is easy & convenient to

operate.

MITSUBISHI Compressor

This range features Mitsubishi compressors for reliable operation

and optimum performance.

Riffled Copper

Tube

Gas Refrigerant

Shell

Cooling Water

Liquid Refrigerant

5.0MPa

Pressure Test

No welding point inside

the water coil,

no refrigerant leakage.

Louvred Fins

Spiral copper coil enlarges the water heat exchanging area

so that the water can sufficiently exchange heat with gas.

Finned Heat Exchanger

The finned heat exchanger uses riffled copper tube which greatly

improves the heating efficiency. Louvered fins with greater airflow

distribution effectively improve the heat exchanging efficiency.

Tube-in-shell Heat Exchanger

The small gap between the refrigerant circuit & shell makes the

lubricant flow smoothly and prevents lubricant retention. Water

and refrigerant circuit is of counter current design, ensuring the

refrigerant outlet subcooling.

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere R410A Inverter - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Advanced Heat Pump Technology

Contents

Temperature

20º

Little temperature fluctuation

The compressor adjusts the frequency

according to the water temperature.

13bar

Defrosting

Pressure

Traditional

Pressure Sliding

AHGR410AW

Series

Heating

Fast start-up

o

C

Ambient Temperature

0.5ºC Precise Control

The units can change the operating frequency of the

compressors automatically according to the heating or

cooling demand. When the target temperature is reached, the

units run at a lower frequency, and the temperature control

accuracy can be as precise as 0.5ºC.

Energy Saving up to 30%

With the use of inverter compressors, brushless DC fan

motors and PFC control method, the units can regulate

the running capacity. With no frequent start-ups and stop

runnings, the units work in stable condition with high

efficiency. The energy consumption is 30% less than that of

common fixed speed heat pump units.

Intelligent Defrosting

Traditional Defrosting Method

Traditional defrosting method is with fixed defrosting time and

start temperature. Once the ambient temperature reaches or

is lower than -7ºC, the unit will start defrosting. This can lead

to energy wastage when defrosting is not needed and reduced

heating performance.

Intelligent Defrosting Method

The AHGR410AW series intelligent defrosting uses the

pressure sliding defrosting technology to figure out the exact

defrosting time and start pressure according to the real

ambient temperature. It saves energy and makes the heat

pump work in high efficiency.

Temperature

Too hot

Fast

heating

Set temperature

Too cold

Start up

Common fixed speed heat pumps

AHG inverter heat pumps

Speed up Heating/Cooling Time

When there is a large difference between the actual temperature

and the programmed temperature, the unit can run at a higher

frequency to make fast heating or cooling to increase or decrease

the temperature rapidly.

No Frosting in the Bottom of

Air Exchanger

With the use of the special liquid distribution technology, in heating

mode, the temperature of refrigerant in the air exchanger’s bottom

copper tube will not decrease in order to ensure smooth drainage

with no ice.

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Contents

Application

Sanitary Hot

Water

Revere R410A Inverter - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Radiator

HEAT PUMPS

Fan Coil

AHG Heat Pump

Floor

Heating

Technical Data

Model AHGR410AW6 AHGR410AW10 AHGR410AW17 AHGR410AW25

Heating Capacity Range kW 1.9~6.4 2.5~10.8 5.0~17.3 7.0~25.1

BTU/h 6460~21760 8500~36720 17000~58820 23800~85340

Heating Power Input Range kW 0.6~2.0 0.8~2.77 1.2~4.55 2.5~6.54

Cooling Capacity Range kW 1.6~5.4 2.0~10.0 5.0~14.5 7.0~20.0

BTU/h 5440~18360 6800~34000 17000~49300 23800~68000

Cooling Power Input Range kW 0.6~1.9 1.0~3.4 1.6~5.6 2.5~9.0

Frequency Hz 30~90 30~90 30~90 30~90

ErP Level (35ºC) - A++ A++ A++

ErP Level (55ºC) - A+ A++ A++

Power Supply 220-240V~ /50Hz 380-415V/3N~/50Hz/60Hz

Electric Heater kW - 3.0 - -

Max. Running Current A 8.7 18.0+13.7 27.0 14.0

Refrigerant Type R410A R410A R410A R410A

Refrigerant Quantity kg 1.7 2.4 3.2 4.4

Compressor Brand Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric Mitsubishi Electric

Water Pump Brand WILO GRUNDFOS GRUNDFOS GRUNDFOS

Water Connection 1” 1” 1 1/4” 1 1/4”

Water Flow m3/h 1.0 1.6 2.8 4.2

Water Pressure Drop kPa 10 22 52 45

Water Pump Head m 5.2 10 17 18

DC Fan Motor Quantity 1 1 2 2

DC Motor Power Input (max) W 136 136 272 340

DC Motor Power Input (min) W 18 18 36 50

DC Fan Speed (max) rpm 850 850 850 900

DC Fan Speed (min) rpm 300 300 300 300

Pressure Sensor 1 Bar 0~20 0~20 0~20 0~20

Pressure Sensor 2 Bar 0~45 0~45 0~45 0~45

Noise dB(A) 54 54 58 62

Net Weight kg 98 110 163 219

Gross Weight kg 115 123 180 243

Net Dimension(L/W/H) mm 1052/490/790 980/465/910 990/437/1315 1175/450/1588

Shipping Dimension (L/W/H) mm 1070/510/945 1050/500/1060 1080/445/1480 1290/530/1760

Operation Ambient Temp. ºC -15~43 -20~52 -20~52 -20~52

Heating: Ambient Temp. (DB/WB): 7ºC/6ºC; Water Temp. (In/Out): 30ºC/35ºC. Cooling: Ambient Temp. (DB/WB): 35ºC/24ºC; Water Temp. (In/Out): 12ºC/7ºC.

Subject to change without notice.

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® R410A - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Revere ® R410A

Air to Water Heat Pumps

Hot Water Solutions for Sanitary Hot Water and House Heating

Contents

R410A + EVI

• Ambient Temp. Range - 30ºC to 45ºC

• Higher Reliability

• Increased Heating Capacity

• Up to 65ºC Outlet Water

• Best Seasonal Efficiency

Dedicated Heat Pump Technology

Outlet Water Temperature (ºC)

Ambient Temp. (ºC)

GB29541-2013

R410A Series Heat Pumps

Standard Heat Pumps

High COP

Adopting R410A refrigerant and circulating heating

method, R410A Heat Pump is able to maintain a COP as

high as 4.67.

Water Temperature (up to 60ºC)

Thanks to EVI technology, R410A Series features a wide

operating temperature range. It means they can reach

high water temperature (55-60ºC) even in cold climate

ranging from -20ºC to 45ºC, and can work safely and

reliably at ambient temperature. as low as -30ºC with

Wet Injection technology.

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Contents

Features

Revere R410A - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

R410A EVI

• Axial and radial compliance for

high reliability

• 25% further heating capacity, &

10% higher heating COP with EVI

technology

Superheat Management

• TEV increases heating capacity and

extends the operational life

• EEV increases COP and limits the

discharge temperature under safe

level

• Less defrosting time and more

energy-saving

Reliable Heat Exchanger

• No ice build up even at ambient

temperatures as low as -30°C and

continuous running for 20 hours

• Patented heat exchanger

for R410A

• Overall insulation with low heat loss

• Monobloc design saves space

Application Examples

Commercial Hot Water Supply

Hotels, Hospitals, SPA, Holiday Center

Residential Hot Water/Heating

Houses, Apartments, Villas

R410A Heat Pump

Water Tank

Sanitary Water

Radiator

Shower

Hot Water Pipe

Floor

Heating

Fan Coil

R410A

Heat

Pump

Rinsing Water

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere R410A - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Technical Data

Contents

AHG15AAW

AHG15TAW

AHG24AW

AHG24TAW

AHG30TAW AHG45TAW AHG90TAW

Model AHG15AAW AHG15TAW AHG24AW AHG24TAW AHG30TAW AHG45TAW AHG90TAW

Hot Water Condition

Heating Cap. (kW) 18.6 18.5 27.2 27.2 36.5 50 100

A 20°C / 15°C

Power Input (kW) 4.1 4 6.9 6.6 7.8 10.8 22

W 15°C to 55°C

COP (W/W) 4.54 4.63 3.94 4.12 4.67 4.63 4.55

Hot Water (L/h) 400 398 585 585 800 1075 2150

*Heating Condition

Heating Cap. (kW) 13.8 14.6 22.6 22.6 31.4 43 86

A 7°C / 6°C

Power Input (kW) 5.4 5 8.9 8.9 10.6 14.5 29

W 50°C / 55°C

COP (W/W) 2.56 2.92 2.54 2.54 2.96 2.97 2.97

**Heating Condition

Heating Cap. (kW) 14.9 15.7 24.4 24.4 31.1 42 84

A 7°C / 6°C

Power Input (kW) 3.6 3.3 5.9 5.8 7.4 10 20

W 30°C / 35°C

COP (W/W) 4.14 4.76 4.14 4.21 4.20 4.20 4.20

Cooling Condition

Cooling Cap. (kW) 10.8 11.3 14.4 17.8 18 27.3 59

A 35°C / 24°C

Power Input (kW) 4.2 3.9 7.6 7 7.5 10.6 21.9

W 12°C / 7°C

EER (W/W) 2.58 2.9 1.89 2.54 2.40 2.58 2.69

Maximum Power Input kW 7.9 7.9 10.2 10.2 12 20.8 41.5

Maximum Current A 35.7 13 46.4 18.7 19 37 74

Power Supply

200-240V~ 380-415V 200-240V~

380-415V/3N~/50Hz

50Hz 3N~/50Hz 50Hz

Compressor Type Copeland R410A EVI Scroll Hitachi R410A EVI Rotary Copeland R410A EVI Scroll

Compressor Quantity 1 1 2 2 2 1 2

Fan Quantity / 2 2 2 2 2 1 2

Fan Motor Power Input W 85 x 2 85 x 2 110 x 2 110 x 2 300 x 2 1100 x 1 1100 x 2

Water Flow Volume m 3 /h 1.65 1.65 2.6 2.6 5.2 8.5 17

Water Pressure Drop kPa 29 29 29.6 29.6 53 60 65

Suggested Water

°C 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

Temp Differential

Water Connection inch 1.25 1.25 1.5 1.5 1.5 2 3

Noise dB(A) 63 63 64 64 65 71 73

Air Discharge Type Horizontal Vertical

Refrigerant (R410A) Quantity kg 3 3 2.2 × 2 2.6 × 2 7.5 9 9 × 2

Operation Range °C -25~45 -30~45

Condenser

Patented Tube in Shell Heat Exchanger

Maximum Outlet Water Temp. °C 60

Net Weight kg 150 140 208 215 331 475 778

Gross Weight kg 162 152 222 229 366 500 843

Net Dimensions (L/W/H) mm 1000/415/1315 1000/415/1315 1175/400/1588 1175/400/1588 1556/605/1850 1413/845/2000 2180/1080/2100

Shipping Dimensions (L/W/H) mm 1080/445/1470 1080/445/1470 1200/450/1600 1200/450/1600 1630/700/2010 1490/900/2160 2260/1130/2260

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Revere R410A - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti MPI DC - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Galletti MPI DC

Air to Water Chillers & Heat Pumps 8 - 29 kW

Outdoor Packaged Unit with BLDC Compressor

Contents

Large operating range and energy efficiency

under every condition.

The MPI DC series consists of 6 heat pump models and 5

cold only models and is intended mainly for residential or

light commercial applications. Due to the control managed

by a software program developed by Galletti, the MPI

DC series’ adjustment logic makes it possible to adjust

the water delivery temperature to the set value and to

control the compressor so that the power generated by the

machine is adjusted to the thermal load required by the

system. This represents a strategic feature in the limiting of

energy consumption, because the effective thermal load of

an air conditioning system is less than 60% of the nominal

load most of the time.

The BLDC technology upon which is based the compressor’s

electric motor guarantees the ability to change the rotation

speed in a frequency range between 30 and 120 Hz, thereby

reducing at the same time the power consumption and

thus maintaining a high level of efficiency in the operation

at partial load and improved isentropic efficiency. These

units’ large operating range, which is also achieved due

to the variable flow water circulator they are equipped

with as a standard feature, guarantees operation with air

temperatures from -15 °C up to 52 °C, while in heating

mode it is possible to produce hot water up to 58 °C. This

allows their use as a single generator in addition to summer

air conditioning, even in medium-temperature heating

systems and for the production of DHW. Furthermore, the

innovative Smart Defrost System guarantees that defrosting

always occurs in the most efficient manner even under the

most extreme environmental conditions.

Advantages

• Twin-rotary or scroll compressor driven by an electronic

control BLDC motor

• Electronically controlled electric expansion valve

• Modulating hydraulic pump with stainless steel impeller

• Optional internal buffer tank

MPI DC can be the only heat generator in low-power systems

due to its large operating range that includes both low winter

temperatures and high summer temperatures.

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Contents

Main Components

• Structure

It is constructed of galvanized and painted sheet metal that

is resistant to corrosive agents. Compressor compartment

closed and accessible from three sides due to easily

removable panels, available also with internal coating of

soundproofing material.

• Compressor

Hermetic twin-rotary or scroll compressor driven by

a permanent magnet BLDC motor and controlled by a

trapezoidal wave inverter. It is attached to the base by

means of rubber dampers to reduce the transmission of

vibrations.

• Heat exchanger

Finned heat exchanger constructed with copper pipes

mechanically attached to aluminium fins, carefully designed

to minimize the defrosting phases and optimize heat

exchange efficiency in every operating phase.

Galleti MPI DC - Air to Water Heat Pumps

• Electronically controlled electric expansion valve

Key component for the proper functioning of the unit.

The PID control algorithm allows it to quickly adapt to all

operating conditions and to keep the cooling cycle stable.

• Hydraulic Kit

Variable flow centrifugal circulator with stainless steel

impeller. An expansion vessel and the automatic filling

tap are also included. An inertial buffer tank built into the

structure is available as an optional accessory.

• DHW Kit

A system that makes it possible to transform the MPI

DC heat pumps into multi-purpose units that are able

not only to meet the requirements of the air conditioning

system, but also to produce domestic hot water as a

priority by means of the Galletti TP or TN series thermal

storage tanks. It is comprised of a microprocessor

control unit with LCD display and a 3-way motorized

valve. Also, anti-Legionnaire’s disease cycles can be

activated by means of a heating element.

HEAT PUMPS

Configuration

The models are completely configurable by selecting the

version and the options. An example of configuration is

shown below.

Fields

Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

MPIDC014H0AC A 2 0 0 E P 3 0 2 0 G 0 2

Available Versions

Cooling Only Versions

MPIDC…CMAC Water chiller 240V - 1 - 50 Hz

MPIDC…C0AC Water chiller 400V - 3N - 50 Hz

Versions with Reversible Heat Pump

MPIDC…HMAC Air to Water heat pump 240V - 1 - 50 Hz

MPIDC…H0AC Air to Water heat pump 400V - 3N - 50 Hz

Configuration Options

1 - Expansion Valve

A Electronic 240V

2 - Pump User Side And Accessories

1 1 Modulating standard pump, system side

2 1 EC pump, system side

3 - Buffer Tank

0 Absent

S Present, system side

4 - Desuperheater

0 Absent

5 - Fans

C Standard with condensation control

E BLDC with electronic control

6 - Antifreeze Kit

0 Absent

E Base (plate exchangers only)

P Additional protection for 1 pump

S Additional protection for 1 pump and tank

7 - Sound Insulation

0 Absent

1 Compressor compartment soundproofing

2 Compressor silencing housings

3 Opt 1 + Opt 2

8 - Cooling Accessories

0 None

M Refrigerant pressure gauges

9 - Remote Control / Communication

0 Absent

2 RS485 (Carel / Modbus)

S Simplified remote control

X Advanced remote control (PCOXS)

10 - Special Heat Exchangers

0 Standard

R Copper / copper

C Cataphoresis

B Fins pre-coated with epoxy paint

I Hydrophilic

11 - Condenser Protective Grille

0 Absent

G Present

12 - Compressor Options

0 Absent

4 Exchanger heating cable (Heat Pump only)

13 - Microprocessor control

2 pCOXS controller

Accessories

• Base rubber vibration dumpers

• Base spring vibration dumpers

• Simplified remote control

• MYCHILLER BASE (RS485 is a mandatory accessory)

• MYCHILLER PLUS (RS485 is a mandatory accessory)

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Galleti MPI DC - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Rated Technical Data

Water Chillers

Contents

Model 010 M 014 018 023 029

Product Code MPIDCC010M MPIDCC014 MPIDCC018 MPIDCC023 MPIDCC029

Power Supply V - ph - Hz 240-1-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling Capacity (1) (E) kW 10.5 14.2 18 22.8 28.9

Power Input (1) (E) kW 3.35 4.78 7.63 7.77 12.3

EER (1) (E) 3.07 2.9 2.31 2.88 2.31

ESEER (E) 4.17 4.09 4.03 3.87 3.98

Eurovent Efficiency Class B B E C E

Water flow (1) l/h 1826 2454 3132 3935 4992

Water Pressure Drop (1) (E) kPa 23 30 47 27 42

Available Pump Head (1) kPa 142 162 132 130 84

Maximum current absorption A 16 20 20 35 35

Startup current A 10 10 10 10 10

No. of compressors / circuits 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

Expansion vessel dm3 5 5 5 5 5

Buffer tank volume dm3 30 30 30 50 50

Sound power level (2) (E) dB(A) 70 71 71 74 74

Transport weight kg 210 210 210 285 285

Operating weight kg 235 235 235 335 335

Heat Pumps

Model 008 M 010 M 014 018 023 029

Product Code MPIDCH008M MPIDCH010M MPIDCH014 MPIDCH018 MPIDCH023 MPIDCH029

Power Supply V-ph-Hz 240-1-50 240-1-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling Capacity (1) (E) kW 7.93 10.3 13.9 17.7 22.3 28.3

Power Input (1) (E) kW 2.65 3.42 4.89 7.81 7.9 12.5

EER (1) (E) 3 3.02 2.85 2.26 2.83 2.27

ESEER (E) 3.81 4.09 4.06 3.96 3.78 3.91

Eurovent Efficiency Class B B C F C F

Water flow (1) l/h 1366 1783 2407 3067 3861 4903

Water Pressure Drop (1) (E) kPa 5 22 29 44 26 40

Available Pump Head (1) kPa 68 142 163 133 131 84

Heating capacity (2) (E) kW 8.92 11.5 15.8 21.8 24.7 34

Power input (2) (E) kW 2.84 3.64 5.08 7.7 8.02 12

COP (2) (E) 3.14 3.17 3.11 2.83 3.09 2.83

Eurovent Efficiency Class (Heating) B B B C B C

Water flow (2) l/h 1545 1974 2727 3752 4273 5853

Water pressure drop (2) (E) kPa 7 23 31 55 29 51

Available Pump Head (2) kPa 65 137 155 109 116 45

Maximun current absorption A 16 16 20 20 35 35

Startup current A 10 10 10 10 10 10

No. of compressors / circuits 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

Expansion vessel dm3 1 5 5 5 5 5

Buffer tank volume dm3 20 30 30 30 50 50

Sound power level (3) (E) dB(A) 68 70 71 71 74 74

Transport weight kg 144 220 220 220 300 300

Operating weight kg 153 240 240 240 347 347

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Dimensional Drawings

Galleti MPI DC - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

MPI DC 008

1241

582

405.3

7

1216 451

7

4

3

6

5 2

464

558.5

758

1,5 m

173

103

Legend

129

97

122

148 107

186 186

472

8

8

1 Water inlet 1” female

2 Water outlet 1” female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

492

1

1 m

1 m

1,5 m

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Fastening points for vibration dampers (accessory)

MPI DC 010 / 014 / 018

7

1249

1224

2

3

300

284

210

1

4

1223.5

6

948

1053

1098

1152

1,5 m

340.5

127

1,5 m

1 m

clear area

195.5

8

900 124.5

8

527

560

5

345.5

Legend

1 Water inlet 1” ¼ female

2 Water outlet 1” ¼ female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Fastening points for vibration dampers (accessory)

MPI DC 023 / 029

1590

1564

605

6

2

3

1

297.8

291

201

4

7

1273

150

983

1021.5

1126

1171.5

1,5 m

568

207 1112.4

241.5

601

8 8

Legend

1 Water inlet 1” ¼ female

2 Water outlet 1” ¼ female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

5

358.3

127

350.5

1,5 m

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Fastening points for vibration dampers (accessory)

1 m

clear area

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Galletti MPE

Air to Water Chillers & Heat Pumps 4 - 76 kW

Outdoor Packaged Unit

Contents

Efficiency under all operating conditions.

MPE water chillers and heat pumps are designed for

outdoor installation in both residential and industrial

applications. The range uses R410A refrigerant, which

assures high levels of performance with relatively low

energy consumption and features 25 models in the chiller

and heat pump version, with cooling capacities ranging

from 4 to 76 kW and heating capacities from 5 to 85 kW.

The finned block heat exchangers have been optimised

for R410A and use 8 mm copper pipes, which permit a

better heat exchange and quiet operation of the fans. Their

generous sizing guarantees the production of chilled water

even with outdoor air temperatures as high as 51°C.

In the MPET models, with a double compressor on the

same cooling circuit, the working temperature range is

extended further and efficiency at partial loads increases.

In demanding working conditions the microprocessor

controller activates the capacity control mode, doubling the

condensing surface available to the single compressor.

The self-adaptive logic allows the setpoint to be adjusted

automatically according to the outdoor temperature in

order to reduce consumption and broaden the working

temperature range.

The unit can also function in systems with a low water

content, even without the use of a water buffer tank, thanks

to the automatic adjustment which limits the number

of compressor starts and thus extends the life of the

compressors themselves.

The exclusive Smart Defrost System (optional feature

available with the advanced controller) can correctly

identify an impairment of performance in the outdoor

exchanger due to the formation of ice and minimise the

process time in relation to normal operation of the unit.

Advantages

• Completely configurable range

• Dual-compressor version that guarantees high efficiency

at partial loads

• Production of chilled water up to an air temperature of 51ºC

• Built-in hydronic unit

MPE heat pumps and water chillers are designed for heating

or cooling the water to be used in air-conditioning systems for

residential or commercial use.

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Contents

Main Components

• Structure

Painted galvanised sheet steel structure (RAL9002) for an

attractive look and effective resistance to corrosive agents.

Fastening devices are made of non-oxidizable carbon steel

that has undergone surface-passivating treatments.

• Customised hydraulic kit

The structure can accommodate hydronic kits with pump,

expansion tank, and buffer tank. High head pump made

entirely of stainless steel, already configured for use

with mixtures of water and ethylene glycol up to 35% and

provided with internal thermal protection.

• Fan drive assembly

Electric fan with external rotor motor directly keyed to the

axial fan, with internal thermal protection on the windings.

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

• Finned block heat exchanger

Made of 8mm diameter copper pipes and aluminium fins.

The heat exchangers’ particular design makes it possible to

speed up to the maximum the defrost phases in the versions

with heat pump with obvious benefits to seasonal efficiency

while operating in heating mode.

• Electronic microprocessor controller

The electronic controller enables the complete control of the

MPE unit. It can be easily accessed through a polycarbonate

flap with IP65 protection rating. It implements the

compressor regulation logic and allows the complete

management of the unit’s other parts, the reversal of the

cooling cycle, and the alarms.

HEAT PUMPS

Configuration

The models are completely configurable by selecting the

version and the options. An example of configuration is

shown below.

Optional

Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

MPE008C0AA A 1 S 0 E 0 3 M 2 0 G 2 1

Available Versions

Cooling Only Versions

MPE..C0AA

MPE..CMAA

MPE..C2AA

MPE..C4AA

400V - 3N - 50 Hz power supply

240V - 1 - 50 Hz power supply

Circuit breakers & 400V - 3N - 50 Hz power supply

Circuit breakers & 240V - 1 - 50 Hz power supply

Versions with Reversible Heat Pump

MPE..H0AA

MPE..HMAA

MPE..H2AA

MPE..H4AA

400V - 3N - 50 Hz power supply

240V - 1 - 50 Hz power supply

Circuit breakers & 400V - 3N - 50 Hz power supply

Circuit breakers & 240V - 1 - 50 Hz power supply

Configuration Options

1 - Expansion Valve

0 Traditional

A Electronic 240V

B Floor Pack (incl. electronic valve & condensation control)

2 - Pump and Accessories

0 Absent

1 Pump + expansion tank + filling tap

2 Dual pump + expansion tank + filling tap

3 - Inertial Buffer Tank

0 Absent

S Present

4 - Partial Heat Recovery

0 Absent

D Desuperheater with pump contact

5 - Air Flow Modulation

0 Absent

C Condensation control with fans adjusted by potentiometer

E Condensation control, “EC brushless” electronically controlled fans

6 - Antifreeze Kit

0 Absent

E For units with evaporator only

P For units with evaporator, pump and expansion tank

S For units with evaporator, pump, expansion tank and tank

7 - Sound Insulation

0 Absent

1 Compressor compartment soundproofing

2 Compressor silencing housings

3 Opt 1 + Opt 2

8 - Cooling Accessories

0 None

M Refrigerant pressure gauges

9 - Remote Control

0 Absent

2 Output RS485 (Modbus or Carel protocol)

S Simplified remote control

M BASE microprocessor remote control (Modbus disabling)

X ADVANCED microprocessor remote control

L LON FTT 10 serial card

10 - Special Heat Exchangers

0 Standard

R Copper / copper

C Cataphoresis

B Fins pre-coated with epoxy paint

11 - Heat Exchanger Protective Grille

0 Absent

G Present

12 - Compressor Options

0 Absent

1 Power factor correction capacitors

2 Soft starter

3 Power factor correction capacitors + soft starter

4 Low Air to Water temperature (crankcase heating element)

13 - Microprocessor control

1 BASE control microprocessor

2 ADVANCED control microprocessor

3 ADVANCED control microprocessor + GSM kit

4 ADVANCED control microprocessor + clock card

Accessories

- Base rubber vibration dumpers

- Base spring vibration dumpers

- Inertial tank module for under-base installation

- Tank module connection kit

- Simplified remote control

- MYCHILLER BASE (RS485 is a mandatory accessory)

- MYCHILLER PLUS (RS485 is a mandatory accessory)

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Rated Technical Data MPE-C (Cooling only versions)

Contents

Model 004 M 005 M 007 M 008 M 008 010 M

Product Code MPEC004M MPEC005M MPEC007M MPEC008M MPEC008 MPEC010M

Power supply V-ph-Hz 240-1-50 240-1-50 240-1-50 240-1-50 400-3N-50 240-1-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 4.1 5.09 6.64 8.43 8.3 9.17

Total power input 1 E kW 1.35 1.71 2.28 3.11 3.38 3.31

EER 1 E 3.03 2.98 2.92 2.71 2.45 2.77

ESEER E 3.54 3.39 3.32 3.36 2.98 3.38

Eurovent Efficiency class B B B C E C

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 706 876 1145 1452 1429 1590

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa


Contents

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Model 027 028 032 035 040 054 066

Product Code MPEC027 MPEC028 MPEC032 MPEC035 MPEC040 MPEC054 MPEC066

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 26.4 27.9 31.3 34.7 39.4 53.7 65.6

Total power input 1 E kW 9.52 8.87 10.3 11.7 13 18.2 24.6

EER 1 E 2.77 3.14 3.03 2.96 3.02 2.95 2.66

ESEER E 3.36 3.77 3.63 3.61 3.68 3.6 3.3

Eurovent Efficiency class C A B B B B D

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 4565 4823 5415 6008 6816 8829 11342

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 34 40 51 41 43 55 59

Available pressure head 1 kPa 123 141 126 130 119 110 95

Maximum absorbed current (without accs) A 34 36 37 42 43 45 46

Startup current A 132 133 166 161 163 163 165

Startup current with softstarter kit A 91 91 114 111 112 110 112

No. of scroll compressor/ circuits 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

Buffer tank volume dm 3 5 8 8 8 8 8 8

Expansion vessel dm 3 50 125 125 125 125 125 125

Sound power level 2 E dB(A) 72 73 73 73 75 78 78

Weight without accessories kg 285 370 370 390 390 500 530

Weight with pump and full tank kg 332 492 492 513 513 620 650

Model T30 T34 T40 T45 T54 T61 T69 T76

Product Code MPECT30 MPECT34 MPECT40 MPECT45 MPECT54 MPECT61 MPECT69 MPECT76

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 29.8 33.9 39.3 44.2 54.2 61.4 69.3 75.6

Total power input 1 E kW 10.6 12.8 13.9 16.8 18.7 21.7 24.1 28

EER 1 E 2.82 2.64 2.82 2.64 2.9 2.83 2.88 2.7

ESEER E 4.17 4.11 4.15 4.04 4.03 4.01 4.18 4.16

Eurovent Efficiency class C D C D B C C C

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 5156 5854 6799 7648 9378 10629 11989 13075

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 30 38 45 57 53 66 52 60

Available pressure head 1 kPa 150 134 117 97 138 120 128 114

Maximum absorbed current (without accs) A 40 46 50 57 48 53 57 69

Startup current A 86 96 127 130 177 187 202 229

Startup current with softstarter kit A 46 51 71 82 105 110 119 134

No. of scroll compressor/ circuits 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1

Buffer tank volume dm 3 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Expansion vessel dm 3 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125

Sound power level 2 E dB(A) 72 72 72 72 81 81 81 81

Weight without accessories kg 410 410 430 430 557 692 692 786

Weight with pump and full tank kg 532 533 553 553 665 800 800 894

1

Water temperature 12/7 °C, outdoor air temperature 35 °C (UNI EN 14511:2011)

2

Water temperature 40/45 °C, outdoor air temperature 7 °C D.B. - 6 °C W.B. (UNI EN 14511:2011)

E

EUROVENT certified data

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Rated Technical Data MPE-H (Versions with reversible heat pump)

Contents

Model 004 M 005 M 007 M 008 M 008 010 M

Product Code MPEH004M MPEH005M MPEH007M MPEH008M MPEH008 MPEH010M

Power supply V-ph-Hz 240-1-50 240-1-50 240-1-50 240-1-50 400-3N-50 240-1-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 4.02 4.99 6.51 8.26 8.13 8.99

Total power input 1 E kW 1.35 1.71 2.28 3.11 3.38 3.31

EER 1 E 2.97 2.92 2.86 2.65 2.41 2.72

ESEER E 3.47 3.32 3.26 3.29 2.92 3.31

Eurovent Efficiency class B B C D E C

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 692 859 1122 1423 1400 1559

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa


Contents

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Model 027 028 032 035 040 054 066

Product Code MPEH027 MPEH028 MPEH032 MPEH035 MPEH040 MPEH054 MPEH066

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 25.9 27.3 30.6 34 38.6 51.6 62.3

Total power input 1 E kW 9.51 8.86 10.3 11.7 13 18.2 24.6

EER 1 E 2.72 3.08 2.97 2.9 2.97 2.84 2.54

ESEER E 3.29 3.7 3.56 3.54 3.61 3.5 3.2

Eurovent Efficiency class C B B B B C D

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 4474 4833 5307 5888 6681 8932 10776

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 32 40 49 39 42 56 54

Available pressure head 1 kPa 123 143 123 128 117 107 92

Heating capacity 2 E kW 30.1 31.5 35.9 39.5 45.2 61.4 75.8

Total power input 2 E kW 9.11 9.38 10.8 11.9 13.5 18.9 23.8

COP 2 E 3.3 3.36 3.34 3.33 3.36 3.25 3.19

Efficiency class Eurovent A A A A A A B

Water flow rate in heating mode 2 l/h 5187 5396 6173 6813 7800 10575 13063

Water pressure drop 2 E kPa 43 49 64 51 54 82 81

Available pressure head 2 kPa 106 128 109 114 99 76 52

Maximum absorbed current (without accs) A 34 36 37 42 43 45 46

Startup current A 132 133 166 161 163 163 165

Startup current with softstarter kit A 91 91 114 111 112 110 112

No. of scroll compressor/ circuits 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

Buffer tank volume dm 3 5 8 8 8 8 8 8

Expansion vessel dm 3 50 125 125 125 125 125 125

Sound power level 3 E dB(A) 72 73 73 73 75 78 78

Weight without accessories kg 300 400 400 420 420 530 560

Weight with pump and full tank kg 347 522 522 543 543 650 680

Model T30 T34 T40 T45 T54 T61 T69 T76

Product Code MPEHT30 MPEHT34 MPEHT40 MPEHT45 MPEHT54 MPEHT61 MPEHT69 MPEHT76

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 29.3 33.2 38.5 43.3 53.1 60.2 68.1 74.1

Total power input 1 E kW 10.6 12.8 13.9 16.7 18.7 21.7 24 28

EER 1 E 2.76 2.59 2.77 2.59 2.84 2.78 2.83 2.65

ESEER E 4.09 4.03 4.06 3.96 4.01 3.99 4.16 4.15

Eurovent Efficiency class C D C D C C C D

Water flow rate in cooling mode 1 I/h 5053 5737 7495 7495 9189 10423 11766 12818

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 29 37 44 55 51 64 50 58

Available pressure head 1 kPa 148 133 116 94 136 119 127 115

Heating capacity 2 E kW 34.6 39.5 46.7 53.2 60.4 68.1 77 85.4

Total power input 2 E kW 11.1 13.1 14.3 16.7 19 22.1 23.9 27.4

COP 2 E 3.12 3.02 3.25 3.18 3.19 3.08 3.22 3.11

Efficiency class Eurovent B B A B B B A B

Water flow rate in heating mode 2 l/h 5976 6818 8042 9155 10412 11733 13292 14730

Water pressure drop 2 E kPa 39 52 58 74 58 74 56 69

Available pressure head 2 kPa 131 113 95 65 126 100 110 87

Maximum absorbed current (without accs) A 40 46 50 57 48 53 57 69

Startup current A 86 96 127 130 177 187 202 229

Startup current with softstarter kit A 46 51 71 82 105 110 119 134

No. of scroll compressor/ circuits 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1

Buffer tank volume dm 3 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Expansion vessel dm 3 125 125 125 125 125 125 125 125

Sound power level 3 E dB(A) 72 72 72 72 81 81 81 81

Weight without accessories kg 430 430 430 450 660 702 702 792

Weight with pump and full tank kg 552 552 553 573 768 810 810 900

1

Water temperature 12/7 °C, outdoor air temperature 35 °C (UNI EN 14511:2011)

2

Water temperature 40/45 °C, outdoor air temperature 7 °C D.B. - 6 °C W.B. (UNI EN 14511:2011)

3

Sound power level measured according to UNI EN ISO 9614

E

EUROVENT certified data

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Dimensional Drawings

Contents

MPE 004 - 008

366.2

451

989

153.3

3

4

757.5

7

224

6

60

407.5

464

558.5

1,5 m

121.5

Legend

5

148 2 1

472

186 590

186

492

8

8 8 8

1 Water inlet 1” female

2 Water outlet 1” female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

121.5

966

1,5 m

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Fastening points for vibration dampers (accessory)

1 m

1 m

clear area

7

MPE 010 - 015

1247.5

1224

564

2

3

299

282

209

1

4

1223.5

6

948

953

1053

1098

1,5 m

527

195.5 900 124.5

560

8

8 8 8

5

127

1,5 m

1 m

clear area

Legend

1 Water inlet 1” female

2 Water outlet 1” female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Vibration dampers

MPE 018 - 027

1588

1565

605

2

4

3

1

298

201

186

7

1273.5

6

150.5

650.5

983

1126

1171.5

1,5 m

207

1112

241.5

8 8

568

601

5

378

127

1,5 m

1 m

clear area

Legend

1 Water inlet 1” ¼ female

2 Water outlet 1” ¼ female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 28 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Vibration dampers

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Contents

MPE 028 - 040 / T30 - T45

Galleti MPE - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

1987.5

951

2

4

3

356

319

201

1

7

1450.5

100

6

682

1012

1108

1223

1 m

1,5 m

914

8 8

947

5 254

303.7 729.8 623.8 303.7

8 8

8

1965

138.5

139.5

379.5

MPE 28-45 WITH TANK

MPE 30-45 T

1 m

1,5 m

Legend

1 Water inlet 1” ¼ female

2 Water outlet 1” ¼ female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male (optional tap)

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply Ø 37 mm

7 Electric control board

8 Vibration dampers

MPE 054 - 066

2008

951

1965

310.8

280

194.5

1

979

7

1452

10

9

4

6

2

376

3

557.8

768.5

970

1069

1190

1 m

914

947

304 730 624 304

8

8 8

5

138.5

139.5

379.5

1,5 m

1 m

1,5 m

Legend

1 Water inlet 2” female

2 Water outlet 2” female

3 Safety valve discharge outlet provided with rubber ring holder

4 Water supply ½” male

5 Water drainage ½” female

6 Power supply

7 Electric control board

8 Fastening points for vibration dampers (accessory)

9 Desuperheater water inlet 1” female

10 Desuperheater water outlet 1” female

MPE T54 - T76

2112

2091

1183

5

5

4

1733

1 2

1 m

345

345

1,5 m

155.5

243

243

598 578

303 688 794 303

6 6 6

1144

1 m

1,5 m

3

Legend

1 Water inlet 2” female

2 Water outlet 2” female

3 Water drainage ½” female

4 Power supply

5 Electric control board

6 Fastening points for vibration dampers

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti HPS - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Galletti HiRef HPS

Reversible High Temperature Heat Pumps

Air Cooled for Cold Climates 43 - 216 kW

Contents

HPS is the range of Air to Water reversible

heat pumps made by HiRef designed

to operate with extremely low outdoor

temperatures.

In fact, the use of compressors with EVI vapour injection

technology allows the production of hot water up to 58°C

and to operate with outdoor temperatures of down to -15

°C. This is combined with a special focus on noise (the

“Low-Noise” version is standard equipment) and using

different layouts of the refrigerating circuit in order to meet

the needs of any system applications

Advantages

• Production of Hot Water up to 58°C

• EVI compressors with vapour injection.

• Electronically controlled expansion valve.

• Smart Kit for “cold” start up.

• Coils with hydrophilic treatment and larger fin pitch.

• Defrost ice trays with electrical heaters.

• Optional EC fans.

• Available as multfunction version for 2- or 4- pipe systems.

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Galletti HPS Features and Advantages

Galleti HPS - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

T water OUT [°C]

65

60

55

50

45

40

35

30

25

20

15

10

5

0

-20 -15 -10 -5 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55

Air T IN [°C]

Production of Hot Water up to 58°C

The HPS range is able to produce

water at 58°C, as well as to operate

with outdoor temperatures of down

to -15 °C.

Option also available for production

of Hot Water up to 62°C

Plate heat

Solenoid valve

Expansion

valve

Thermostatic lamination

valve

Condenser

Steam injection

Evaporator

Compressor

Units Optimised for

Climates Down to -15°C

The Scroll compressors of the

HPS range relies on the vapour

injection technology: a small flow

of refrigerant in the vapour state

at medium pressure is “injected”

in the scrolls into the compression

chamber. This system allows an

increase both of cooling capacity

(thus heating capacity) and of

efficiency and, above all, an extension

of the working range of the heat

pump, which makes the HPS range

the ideal solution in case of very cold

outdoor conditions.

Extremely Low-Noise

All the units in the HPS range are supplied in the “Low

Noise” version as standard equipment; this version features

fan speed management, anti-vibration piping on the

refrigerating circuit, compartment of the compressors and

of the pumping kit in a box with soundproof material: this to

guarantee the lowest sound emission at all working points.

Smart Defrost System

The defrosting cycle of the evaporating coil during the

wintertime has a significant impact on the operating costs

of the entire system. The Smart Defrost System® by HiRef

(covered by patent) can detect a performance drop in the

heat exchange due to icing and to shorten the defrost

time. The hydrophilic treatment of the coils speeds up the

defrosting process, so that only the first thin layer of ice on

the fins needs to melt.

Efficiency and Reliability

According to the Installation Needs

The available configurations for the refrigerating circuit

are designed to guarantee both redundancy and efficiency

at partial loads. In particular, depending on the size of the

machine and on the particular needs of the installation,

the units consist of two compressors on two circuits for

high system redundancy, or by four compressors (double

tandem) on two circuits for a system that is, at the same

time, redundant and efficient at partial loads.

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Performance and Dimensional Data

Contents

D

L

H

Model 041 051 071 081 101 134 164 204

Product Code GHPS041 GHPS051 GHPS071 GHPS081 GHPS101 GHPS134 GHPS164 GHPS204

Water

40/45°C;

Outdoor air

7°C

Water

50/58°C;

Outdoor air

7°C

Water

38/48°C;

Outdoor air

15°C

Heating Capacity kW 42.7 53.4 73.3 90.3 111.1 145.8 179.3 215.6

Total Power Input kW 12.1 15.4 21.2 25.6 30.4 44.3 53.7 62.2

COP (UNI 14511) 3.53 3.47 3.46 3.53 3.65 3.29 3.34 3.47

Heating Capacity kW 43.9 53.6 75.1 92 113.2 149.3 183.1 220.9

Total Power Input kW 15.6 19.7 27.2 33.1 40.1 56.5 68.9 81.6

COP (UNI 14511) 2.81 2.72 2.76 2.78 2.82 2.64 2.66 2.71

Heating Capacity kW 24.1 30.2 42.1 52.1 62.2 83.8 104 123.8

Total Power Input kW 10.5 13.5 18.2 22.1 26 38.6 46.9 53.5

COP (UNI 14511) 2.3 2.24 2.31 2.36 2.39 2.17 2.22 2.31

Sound Power Low noise version db(a) 81 81 82 83 85 85 86 88

Dimensions

L

2090 2090 2792 2792 3540 3538 3538 3538

D mm 1183 1183 1183 1183 1183 1653 1653 1653

H 1735 1735 1735 1735 1679 1884 1884 2284

Available also for 60 Hz power supply

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Case Study

Galleti HPS - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Nightingale Apartments

1 x Galletti HPS Heat Pump

This revolutionary Nightingale

Apartment project utilised the

eco-friendly and energy efficient

virtues of the Galletti HPS heat

pump to help achieve their

remarkable sustainability goals.

Delivering a 100% fossil fuel free

heating solution, the Galletti HPS

Heat Pump was combined with

twin coil Thermex Stainless Steel

tanks to provide high temperature

hot water for Domestic Hot Water

and Hydronic Heating. A custom

prefabricated skid streamlined the

installation process.

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Galletti EvitecH

Contents

Air Heat Pumps with wide working range 50 - 180 kW

Outdoor Packaged Unit

Reliability and efficiency

in every climatic condition.

EvitecH is Galletti’s new high efficiency multiscroll units

equipped with R4 l 0A steam injection compressor. The

range consists of 10 air-water models available as chiller

and heat pump, with cooling capacities from 50 to 180 kW.

The main strong point of this series is the large operating

field, both in terms of maximum hot water temperature

(65°C with -11 °C of external air temperature) and minimum

air temperature at which the continuous operation is

allowed (-20°C)

The range allows high configurability from an acoustic

point of view, having a wide range of accessories de signed

to reduce noise emissions. The advanced control, always

present in the whole range, allows a continuous monitoring

of the operating parameters, advanced ad justment logics,

and connectivity.

The modular structure with V configuration condens ing

coils is designed to optimize air-side heat exchange, to

ensure structural strength with a reduced footprint, and to

maintain maximum accessibility to the basic components.

In addition to high efficiency in terms of nominal condi tions

(Eurovent A-class), in order to increase the efficien cy at

partial loads, the whole range consists of tandem solutions

(2 compressors on a single refrigerant circuit). The

configuration of units with the Hydro Smart Flow kit allows

an increase of the efficiency and extends the working area

of the cooling mode.

Advantages

• Class A in heat pump operating mode

• Production of hot water up to 65°C

• Full load operation up to -20°C outside air temperature

• High efficiency under part load conditions

• Possibility to configure low-noise versions

• Counterflow solutions in every operating mode

EvitecH heat pumps are designed

for heating or cooling the water to

be used in air-conditioning systems

for residential, commercial or

industrial use.

The execution with injection steam

com pressors (EVI) guarantees the

production of hot water at high

temperatures even in very harsh

outdoor conditions (outdoor air

temperature down to -20°C).

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Main Components

• Structure

The range, starting from size 72, is designed modularly, replicating

the optimized structure ofV configura tion condensing coils and

fans. Its design ensures stability and sturdiness even during

the most critical phas es (such as transportation), and maximum

accessibility to compo nents in every unit.

• Hydro smart flow

The HSF kit (standard for models 52 and 62) is placed on the

unit’s hydronic side and consists of a 4-way valve and a kit. Hydro

Smart Flow, which is activated at the time of seasonal changeover,

reverses the direction of the water fiow over the plates to be

consistent with the fiow of the refrigerant. In this manner heat

exchange always occurs in counterfiow, thus optimizing the unit’s

operation in the summer and winter seasons and extending the

unit’s operating range.

• Upwind

EvitecH is designed with an inno vative technology which allows the

refrigerant to get into the battery from the same direction when the

cycle is inverted, with a constant counter-current exchange with

air. This advanced technology considerably reduces the risk of ice

generation on the finned heat exchangers.

Configuration

The models are completely configurable by selecting the

version and the options. See below for an example.

Fields

Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

EVI082HSOA A 1 S 0 C 0 2 M 0 P 0 0 2

To verify the compatibility of the options, use the selection software or the price list.

Available Versions

Versions with reversible heat pump

EVI..HSOA 400V-3N-50Hz power supply+ circuit breakers

EVI..HS1A 400V-3-50Hz power supply + transformer + circuit breakers

EVI..HS2A 400V-3N-50Hz power supply+ circuit breakers

Configuration Options

1 - Expansion Valve

0 Mechanical

A Electronic

2 - Water Pump and Accessories

0 Absent

1 LP pump + expansion vessel

2 LP run and standby double pump + expansion vessel

3 HP pump + expansion vessel

4 HP run and standby double pump + expansion vessel

A LP inverter pump + expansion vessel

B LP run and standby double inverter pump + expansion vessel

C HP inverter pump + expansion vessel

D HP run and standby double inverter pump + expansion vessel

3 - Water Buffer Tank

0 Absent

H Present+ Hydro smart flow

S Selected

4 - Partial Heat Recovery

0 Absent

D Desuperheater with water pump free contact

5 - Air Flow Modulation

C Condensation control by phase-cut fans

E Condensation control performed by EC fans

6 - Antifreezing Kit

0 Absent

E Plate exchanger

P Plate exchanger and water pump

S Plate exchanger, water pump and inertial tank

Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

• Scroll compressors with vapour injection

The range consists of single and dual-circuit models in order to

offer maximum redundancy. The distribution of load in multiple

power steps and the use of tandem solutions (2 compressors

on a single circuit) ensures maximum efficiency at partial loads

and therefore greatly increases seasonal efficiency. lntercooled

compression with steam injection allows a better control of the

end-compression temperature, keeping it within the limits imposed

by the compressor envelope, even in the most unfavorable working

conditions (low evaporation pressures and high compression

pressures), this results in one of the largest operating field in the

market.

• 3-Way valve

This is a smart kit able to convert EvitecH heat pumps in multifunction

units in order to fulfill every necessity of the hydraulic airconditioning

plant. It allows domestic hot water priority production

thanks to Galletti thermal accumulators of the TP or TN series. The

switching of the valve is managed by the on-board microprocessor

control of the unit.

7 - Acoustic Insulation and Attenuation

0 Absent

1 Compressor sound blanket and compressor compartment

sound proofing

2 Fans noise reduction (AXITOP)

3 Fans noise reduction (AXITOP) + compressor sound blanket

+ compartment acoustic insulation

8 - Refrigerant Pipework Accessories

0 Absent

M Refrigerant pressure gauges

9 - Remote Control / Serial Communication

0 Absent

2 RS485 serial board (Carel/ Modbus protocol)

B BACNET IP/ PCOWEB serial board

F BACNET MS/TP / PCONET serial board

G BACNET IP/ PCOWEB serial board+ supervision software Gweb

L LON FTT1 O serial board

S Remote simplified user panel

T Touch screen remote user panel

X Remote user panel for advanced controller

10 - Special Coils / Protective Treatments

0 Standard

C Cataphoresis

I Hydrophilic

P Pre-painted fins with epoxy painting

R Copper-copper

11 - Anti Vibration Shock Mounts

0 Absent

G Rubber anti vibration shock mounts

M Spring anti vibration shock mounts

12 - Coil Protection Grill

0 Absent

F Outdoor finned coil heat exchanger protection filters

G Selected

13 - Onboard Controller

1 Advanced

2 Advanced + touchscreen user panel + USB

Accessories

A

B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

M

N

O

3 way valve for DHW production

Hydro smart flow (water tank not allowed)

Pair of couplings Victaulic

ON/OFF status of the compressors

Remote control for step capacity limit

Configurable digital alarm board

Soft starter

Power factor capacitors

Filter isolation valves kit (solenoid valve and isolation valve)

0-10 V signal for external user pump control (on-board pump excluded)

Compressor tandem/trio isolation valves

Anti-intrusion grille

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Rated Technical Data Models 052-092

Contents

Model 052 062 072 082 092

Product Code

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 50.3 60.7 71.0 80.0 90.3

Total power input 1 E kW 17.9 21.4 24.2 27.0 31.3

EER 1 E 2.80 2.84 2.94 2.96 2.88

SEER 2 E 3.68 3.68 3.83 3.80 3.85

Water flow 1 I/h 8675 10485 12269 13823 15588

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 21 30 29 37 27

Available pressure head - LP pumps 1 kPa 171 155 150 194 189

Heating capacity 3 E kW 59.9 70.5 83.1 92.4 105

Total power input 3 E kW 18.2 21.2 25.5 27.9 31.S

COP 3 E 3.30 3.33 3.25 3.31 3.32

SCOP 2 E 2.81 2.89 2.88 2.93 2.96

Heating energy efficiency class 4 A+

SCOP 2 3.52 3.60 3.50 3.58 3.61

Heating energy efficiency class 5 A+

Water flow 3 l/h 10247 12066 14219 15795 17924

Water pressure drop 3 E kPa 29 41 39 49 35

Available pressure head - LP pumps 3 kPa 156 135 128 165 157

Maximum absorbed current A 55 65 73 74 63

Startup current A 152 179 214 215 203

Startup current with softstarter kit A 111 130 153 154 144

Compressor/ circuits 2/1

Expansion vessel volume dm 3 8 8 18 18 18

Buffer tank volume dm 3 125 125 350 350 350

Sound power level 6 E dB(A) 82 82 83 83 83

Transport weight unit with pump & tank kg 692 713 1004 1020 1025

Operating weight unit with pump & full tank kg 800 821 1354 1370 1375

1

Outdoor air temperature 35°C, water temperature l 2°C / 7°C (EN14511:2013)

2

η efficiency values for heating and cooling are respectively calculated by the following formulas: [η= SCOP / 2,5 - F(1)-F(2)] e [η=SEER/ 2,5-F(1)-F(2)].

For further information, please refer to the technical document”ErP 2009/125/EC DIRECTIVE” in the catalogue introducing pages, or to the EN14825:2017 regulation.

3

Outdoor air temperature dry bulb 7 °C / wet bulb 6°C, water temperature 40°C / 45°C (EN14511:2013)

4

Seasonal energy efficiency class for MEDIUM TEMPERATURE room heating under AVERAGE climatic conditions [EUROPEAN REGULATION No 811/2013]

5

Seasonal energy efficiency class for LOW TEMPERATURE room heating under AVERAGE climatic conditions [EUROPEAN REGULATION No 811/2013]

6

Sound power level measured according to ISO 9614

E

EUROVENT certified data

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Rated Technical Data Models 104-184

Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Model 104 124 154 174 184

Product Code

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 104 124 150 171 181

Total power input 1 E kW 36.6 45.0 51.2 58.4 62.9

EER 1 E 2.84 2.74 2.93 2.93 2.88

SEER 2 E 4.09 4.09 3.64 3.78 3.79

Water flow 1 I/h 17916 21276 25906 29549 31296

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 32 22 33 24 27

Available pressure head - LP pumps 1 kPa 140 184 166 168 162

Heating capacity 3 E kW 119 139 173 194 207

Total power input 3 E kW 34.6 40.8 51.6 56.6 60.4

COP 3 E 3.42 3.41 3.35 3.43 3.42

SCOP 2 E 2.99 3.08 2.89 3.02 3.02

Heating energy efficiency class 4 A+

SCOP 2 3.79 3.91 3.49 3.63 3.66

Heating energy efficiency class 5 A+ A++ A+ A+ A+

Water flow 3 l/h 20289 23834 29636 33295 35408

Water pressure drop 3 E kPa 42 28 44 30 34

Available pressure head - LP pumps 3 kPa 124 174 149 154 146

Maximum absorbed current A 92 112 147 136 125

Startup current A 189 226 288 277 266

Startup current with softstarter kit A 148 177 227 217 207

Compressor/ circuits 4/2

Expansion vessel volume dm 3 18 18 24 24 24

Buffer tank volume dm 3 350 350 450 450 450

Sound power level 6 E dB(A) 84 86 86 86 86

Transport weight unit with pump & tank kg 2127 2218 1955 1956 1996

Operating weight unit with pump & full tank kg 2577 2668 2405 2406 2446

1

Outdoor air temperature 35°C, water temperature l 2°C / 7°C (EN14511:2013)

2

η efficiency values for heating and cooling are respectively calculated by the following formulas: [η= SCOP / 2,5 - F(1)-F(2)] e [η=SEER/ 2,5-F(1)-F(2)].

For further information, please refer to the technical document”ErP 2009/125/EC DIRECTIVE” in the catalogue introducing pages, or to the EN14825:2017 regulation.

3

Outdoor air temperature dry bulb 7 °C / wet bulb 6°C, water temperature 40°C / 45°C (EN14511:2013)

4

Seasonal energy efficiency class for MEDIUM TEMPERATURE room heating under AVERAGE climatic conditions [EUROPEAN REGULATION No 811/2013]

5

Seasonal energy efficiency class for LOW TEMPERATURE room heating under AVERAGE climatic conditions [EUROPEAN REGULATION No 811/2013]

6

Sound power level measured according to ISO 9614

E

EUROVENT certified data

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Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Dimensional Drawings

EVITECH 52 - 62

Contents

Legend

1 Water inlet 2” female

2 Water outlet 2” female

3 Water drainage 1/2” female

4 Power supply

5 Electric control board

6 Fastening points for vibration dampers

EVITECH 72 - 82 - 92

Legend

1 Water drainage 1/2” female

2 Water inlet Victaulic 2 1/2’’

3 Water outlet Victaulic 2 1/2”

4 Vibration dumpers

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Galleti EvitecH - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

EVITECH 104 - 124

Legend

1 Water drainage 1/2” female

2 Water inlet Victaulic 2 1/2’’

3 Water outlet Victaulic 2 1/2”

4 Vibration dumpers

EVITECH 154 - 174 - 184

Legend

1 Water drainage 1/2” female

2 Water inlet Victaulic 4”

3 Water outlet Victaulic 4”

4 Vibration dumpers

5 Electric control board

6 Victaulic adapter from 4”to 3”to be mounted on-site

7 Water outlet, evaporator only

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti SCX - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Galletti SCX

Air to Water Chillers & Heat Pumps 80 - 360 kW

Outdoor Packaged Unit

Contents

High configurability and efficiency at partial loads.

SCX is the new series of air-cooled heat pumps and

chillers designed to meet the requirements of efficiency,

configurability, reliability, and ease of maintenance.

The series comprises 22 models with cooling capacities

ranging from 80 to 360 kW. They are available both in

models with a cooling function only and in models with heat

pump operation.

The finned block heat exchanger is generously sized to

optimize operation as both evaporator and condenser by

type of fin and circuit.

The solution of a single heat exchanger with delivered

power of up to 160 kW was adopted due to the complete

accessibility to the internal water and cooling circuit for

the periodic inspection and maintenance operations. The

solution of a single heat exchanger makes it possible to

reduce the space necessary for the installation of the units.

The electric axial fans with blades with an exclusive

aerodynamic profile (HyBlade®) are characterized by

extraordinary aeraulic and acoustic performance and

represent the current state of the art for axial fans.

The AxiTop® diffuser allows fan efficiency to be further

increased with benefits in terms of noise level (together

with condensation control) and unit efficiency.

The SCX design adopts innovative solutions in the use and

arrangement of the hydronic kit’s internal components,

which is simplified to reduce the number of connections

and minimize the water side head loss inside the machine.

Every model is completely configurable with a choice of

control, hydraulic, acoustic, and heat recovery options that

do not result in any change to the dimensions.

Advantages

• Completely configurable range

• Incorporable hydronic kits

• HyBlade® fans

• Tandem and trio solutions for high efficiency at partial loads

• Remote connectivity with the most common protocols

The choice to install scroll compressors in a tandem or trio

configuration on the same cooling circuit is a move in the right

direction in terms of machine efficiency at partial loads, which is

the normal operating condition for air conditioning systems.

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Main Components

• Structure

Made in galvanised steel sheet with a polyester powder coating for

outdoors. Base with reinforcement modules for eliminating any

deformities resulting from impacts sustained in the transportation

and handling phase.

• Scroll compressors

Scroll type compressors in a tandem or trio configuration that can

be sound insulated. The adopted components’ efficiency, reliability,

and noise emission levels represent the state of the art for scroll

compressors.

• Electronic microprocessor controller

In standard or advanced version, it enables the complete control

of the units. It can be easily accessed through a polycarbonate

flap with IP 65 protection rating. The electronic control system

allows the setpoint to be adjusted automatically according to the

outdoor temperature in order to reduce consumption and broaden

Configuration

The models are completely configurable by selecting the version

and the options. An example of configuration is shown below.

Optional

Version 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

SCX162CS0A 0 1 0 S C P 1 0 L 0 T 0 2

Available Versions

Cooling Only Versions

SCX..CS0A

SCX..CS1A

SCX..CS2A

SCX..CS3A

SCX..CS4A

SCX..CS5A

400V-3N-50Hz power supply

240V-3-50Hz power supply

400V-3N-50Hz power supply + circuit breakers

240V-3-50Hz power supply + circuit breakers

400V-3-50Hz power supply + transformer

400V-3-50Hz power supply + transformer

+ circuit breakers

Versions with Reversible Heat Pump

SCX..HS0A

SCX..HS1A

SCX..HS2A

SCX..HS3A

SCX..HS4A

SCX..HS5A

400V-3N-50 Hz power supply

240V-3-50 Hz power supply

400V-3N-50 Hz power supply + circuit breakers

240V-3-50 Hz power supply + circuit breakers

400V-3-50Hz power supply + transformer

400V-3-50Hz power supply + transformer

+ circuit breakers

Configuration Options

1 - Expansion Valve

0 Traditional A Electronic 240V

2 - Pump and Accessories

0 Absent

1 Standard pump + expansion tank + filling tap

2 Dual standard pump + expansion tank + filling tap

3 HP pump + expansion tank + filling tap

4 Dual HP pump + expansion tank + filling tap

5 Option 1 + inverter (only with advanced microprocessor)

6 Option 2 + inverter (only with advanced microprocessor)

7 Option 3 + inverter (only with advanced microprocessor)

8 Option 4 + inverter (only with advanced microprocessor)

3 - Inertial Buffer Tank

0 Absent S Present

4 - Partial Heat Recovery (the condensation control must be added)

0 Absent

D Desuperheater with pump contact (recovery 25%)

5 - Air Flow Modulation

0 Absent

C Condensation control with fans adjusted by potentiometer

E Condensation control with BLDC fans

Galleti SCX - Air to Water Heat Pumps

the working temperature range. The advanced version makes it

possible to construct LAN networks for the parallel control of 4

units and the management of BACNET and LON communication

protocols, as well as the modulation of the pump assembly, of the

Smart Defrost System.

• Fan drive assembly

Electric fan with 6-pole external rotor motor directly keyed to

the axial fan, with internal thermal protection on the windings,

complete with safety grille and dedicated supporting structure.

Electric fans with BLDC motor are available on request.

• Heat exchanger

Made of 8mm diameter copper pipes and aluminium fins. The

special engineering of the heat exchangers allows defrost cycles

to be carried out at maximum speed in the models with heat pump

operation, which brings clear benefits in terms of the integrated

efficiency of the whole cycle.

6 - Antifreeze Kit

0 Absent

E For units with evaporator only

P For units with evaporator, pump and expansion tank

S For units with evaporator, pump, expansion tank and tank

7 - Sound Insulation

0 Absent

1 Sound attenuation of the fans (AXITOP®)

2 Compressor silencing housings

3 Opt 1 + Opt 2

8 - Cooling Accessories

0 None

M Refrigerant pressure gauges

R Filter taps

9 - Remote Control

0 Absent

2 Output RS485 (Modbus or Carel protocol)

S Simplified remote control

M BASE microprocessor remote control (Modbus disabling)

X ADVANCED microprocessor remote control

L LON FTT 10 serial card

B BACNET serial card

10 - Special Heat Exchangers

0 Standard

R Copper

C Cataphoresis

I Hydrophilic

B Fins pre-coated with epoxy paint

11 - Protection of Heat Exchangers

0 Absent

G Protective grille

T Anti-hail-proof

12 - Compressor Options

0 Absent

1 Power factor correction capacitors

2 Soft starter

3 Power factor correction capacitors + soft starter

4 Low Air to Water temperature (crankcase heating element)

5 Opt 4 + Opt 2

13 - Microprocessor control

1 BASE control microprocessor

2 ADVANCED control microprocessor

3 ADVANCED control microprocessor + GSM kit

Accessories

A Base rubber vibration dumpers

B Base spring vibration dumpers

C Pair of VIC-TAULIC quick couplings

D Service kit for diagnosis

E ON/OFF status of the compressors

F Remote control for power step limits

G Configurable digital

alarm card

H Unit lifting pipes

- MYCHILLER BASE*

- MYCHILLER PLUS*

*(RS485 is a mandatory

accessory)

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Rated Technical Data SCX-C (Cooling only versions)

Contents

Model 082 092 102 112 122 142 162

Product Code SCXCS082 SCXCS092 SCXCS102 SCXCS112 SCXCS122 SCXCS142 SCXCS162

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 78.2 94 98.6 111 121 135 153

Power supply 1 E kW 27.1 34.5 34.4 37.8 42.8 51.1 56.5

EER 1 E 2.88 2.73 2.87 2.93 2.83 2.64 2.72

ESEER E 3.81 3.59 3.49 3.90 3.76 3.41 3.79

Eurovent Efficiency Class C C C B C D C

Water flow 1 l/h 12909 15523 16433 18479 20203 22410 25069

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 17 21 26 22 26 32 26

Standard pump available pressure head 1 kPa 138 117 110 106 96 172 168

Maximum current absorption A 69 76 78 90 99 111 123

Start up current A 189 269 237 279 286 329 329

Start up current with softstarter kit A 168 253 214 257 259 296 296

No. of compressors / circuits 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1

Water tank volume dm3 200 200 340 340 340 340 340

Expansion vessel dm3 12 12 12 12 12 12 12

Sound pressure level 2 dB(A) 80 83 85 86 86 86 86

Operating weight of base unit kg 655 735 735 735 1015 1060 1090

Operating weight of unit with pump and full tank kg 890 971 1112 1112 1392 1440 1470

Model 174 194 204 192 212 243 214 224

Product Code SCXCS174 SCXCS194 SCXCS204 SCXCS192 SCXCS212 SCXCS243 SCXCS214 SCXCS224

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 173 184 194 185 199 233 208 222

Power supply 1 E kW 61.3 61.1 66.5 62.9 69.3 82.6 71.2 76.1

EER 1 E 2.83 3.02 2.92 2.94 2.88 2.83 2.92 2.91

ESEER E 3.82 3.94 4.15 4.09 4.02 3.8 4.16 4.2

Eurovent Efficiency Class C B B B C C B B

Water flow 1 l/h 30559 32764 34053 30785 33188 37977 35375 37984

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 40 43 46 18 33 28 41 39

Standard pump available pressure head 1 kPa 150 137 124 172 177 168 154 145

Maximum current absorption A 151 149 159 142 155 194 192 218

Start up current A 288 290 295 420 431 376 337 344

Start up current with softstarter kit A 230 231 233 386 389 312 275 279

No. of compressors / circuits 4/2 4/2 4/2 2/1 2/1 3/1 4/2 4/2

Water tank volume dm3 750 750 750 600 600 600 750 750

Expansion vessel dm3 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Sound pressure level 2 dB(A) 84 86 86 88 90 88 87 88

Operating weight of base unit kg 1442 1462 1462 1450 1400 1600 1472 1622

Operating weight of unit with pump and full tank kg 2266 2286 2286 2050 2101 2170 2366 2366

Model 244 264 284 304 324 344 364

Product Code SCXCS244 SCXCS264 SCXCS284 SCXCS304 SCXCS324 SCXCS344 SCXCS364

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 231 264 282 302 316 341 353

Power supply 1 E kW 82.1 95.9 103 109 115 126 134

EER 1 E 2.81 2.76 2.74 2.78 2.75 2.71 2.63

ESEER E 4.08 3.99 3.58 3.64 3.6 3.75 3.65

Eurovent Efficiency Class C C C C C C D

Water flow 1 l/h 37554 43886 47205 50072 52134 56162 58226

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 42 29 33 37 31 31 38

Standard pump available pressure head 1 kPa 147 158 148 139 140 133 122

Maximum current absorption A 192 218 229 241 253 267 306

Start up current A 351 365 408 416 426 428 526

Start up current with softstarter kit A 281 285 298 324 327 328 419

No. of compressors / circuits 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2

Water tank volume dm3 750 750 750 750 750 750 750

Expansion vessel dm3 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Sound pressure level 2 dB(A) 88 88 89 89 89 91 92

Operating weight of base unit kg 1622 1882 1914 1949 1949 1949 1949

Operating weight of unit with pump and full tank kg 2480 2480 2800 2835 2835 2870 2870

1

Water temperature 12/7°C; outdoor air temperature 35°C (14511:2011). 2 Sound power level measured according to UNI EN ISO 9614. E EUROVENT certified data

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SCX-H (Versions with reversible heat pump)

Galleti SCX - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Model 082 092 102 112 122 142 162 174 194 204 192

Product Code SCXHS82 SCXHS92 SCXHS102 SCXHS112 SCXHS122 SCXHS142 SCXHS162 SCXHS174 SCXHS194 SCXHS204 SCXHS192

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 74.7 89.8 95 107 117 130 145 169 180 187 178

Power supply 1 E kW 27.3 34.5 34.7 38.6 43.7 51.6 57.8 61.5 62.7 66.8 61.4

EER 1 E 2.74 2.6 2.74 2.77 2.67 2.55 2.51 2.74 2.88 2.81 2.9

ESEER E 3.63 3.45 3.35 3.71 3.59 3.16 3.51 3.7 3.76 3.99 4.07

Eurovent Efficiency Class C D C C D D D C C C B

Water flow 1 l/h 12909 15523 16433 18479 20203 22152 25069 29128 31126 32350 30785

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 17 24 27 22 26 31 25 38 43 38 18

Standard pump available

pressure head 1 kPa 148 118 112 110 100 177 175 156 140 130 161

Heating capacity 3 E kW 88.3 106 109 125 137 156 173 195 207 215 206

Power input 3 E kW 28.1 34.6 35.7 39 43.4 49.6 54.9 63.5 65.7 70.7 61.7

COP 3 E 3.14 3.07 3.05 3.2 3.15 3.14 3.15 3.07 3.15 3.05 3.34

Eurovent Efficiency Class B B B B B B B B B B A

Water flow 3 l/h 15142 18199 18649 21405 23428 26670 29653 34140 36210 37720 35315

Water pressure drop 3 E kPa 19 28 29 25 30 38 29 47 53 47 20

Standard pump available

pressure head 3 kPa 136 105 102 96 84 156 155 119 100 87 142

Maximum current

absorption

A 69 76 78 90 99 111 123 151 149 159 142

Start up current A 189 269 237 279 286 329 329 288 290 295 420

Start up current with

softstarter kit

A 168 253 214 257 259 296 296 230 231 233 386

No. of compressors/circuits 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 2/1 4/2 4/2 4/2 2/1

Water tank volume dm3 200 200 340 340 340 340 340 750 750 750 600

Expansion vessel dm3 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 24 24 24 24

Sound pressure level 2 dB(A) 80 83 85 86 86 86 86 84 86 86 88

Operating weight of

base unit

kg 655 735 735 735 1015 1060 1090 1445 1465 1465 1400

Operating weight of unit

with pump and full tank

kg 890 971 1112 1112 1392 1440 1470 2266 2286 2286 2050

Model 212 243 214 224 244 264 284 304 324 344 364

Product Code

SCXHS212 SCXHS243 SCXHS214 SCXHS224 SCXHS244 SCXHS264 SCXHS284 SCXHS304 SCXHS324 SCXHS344 SCXHS364

Power supply V-ph-Hz 400-3N-50

Cooling capacity 1 E kW 192 220 195 209 222 254 274 290 302 325 336

Power supply 1 E kW 71.3 84.9 72.7 78.4 82.5 97 103.7 109.7 117.8 128.6 134.4

EER 1 E 2.7 2.59 2.68 2.67 2.73 2.62 2.64 2.64 2.56 2.53 2.5

ESEER E 3.78 3.49 3.8 3.79 3.74 3.8 3.45 3.46 3.35 3.51 3.42

Eurovent Efficiency Class D D D D C D D D D D D

Water flow 1 l/h 33188 37977 33606 36085 38280 43886 47205 50072 52134 56162 58226

Water pressure drop 1 E kPa 33 27 41 39 43 29 33 37 31 36 38

Standard pump available

pressure head 1 kPa 185 174 167 158 150 162 153 144 146 135 129

Heating capacity 3 E kW 224 260 231 244 256 293 318 339 352 378 392

Power input 3 E kW 70.4 81.8 75 78.8 82.7 99.6 106.7 117.1 118.6 122.7 128.1

COP 3 E 3.18 3.18 3.08 3.1 3.09 2.94 2.98 2.9 2.97 3.08 3.06

Eurovent Efficiency Class B B B B B C C C C B B

Water flow 3 l/h 38349 44655 40490 42770 44760 53570 55740 59430 61800 66340 68770

Water pressure drop 3 E kPa 38 32 54 50 55 33 38 43 40 46 49

Standard pump available

pressure head 3 kPa 155 158 116 109 124 146 133 121 121 107 100

Maximum current

absorption

A 155 194 192 218 192 218 229 241 253 267 306

Start up current A 431 376 337 344 351 365 408 416 426 428 526

Start up current with

softstarter kit

A 389 312 275 279 281 285 298 324 327 328 419

No. of compressors/circuits 2/1 3/1 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2 4/2

Water tank volume dm3 600 600 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750 750

Expansion vessel dm3 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24 24

Sound pressure level 2 dB(A) 90 88 87 88 88 88 89 89 89 91 92

Operating weight of

base unit

kg 1400 1465 1515 1515 1625 1625 1945 1980 1980 2015 2015

Operating weight of unit

with pump and full tank

kg 2101 2170 2366 2366 2480 2480 2800 2835 2835 2870 2870

1

Water temperature 12/7°C; outdoor air temperature 35°C (14511:2011).

2

Sound power level measured according to UNI EN ISO 9614.

3

Water temperature 40/45 °C, outdoor air temperature 7 °C D.B. - 6 °C W.B. (14511:2011).

E

EUROVENT certified data

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HEAT PUMPS

Galleti SCX - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Dimensional Drawings

SCX 082 - 092

Contents

2577

1286

1577

2

AIR

9

1

3

7

66

1208

689

495

60

150

155

121

4

AIR

2173

218 2114

218

366 1819

366

5

8

6

10

Legend

1 Water inlet (Victaulic 2”)

2 Water outlet, evaporator only (Victaulic 2”)

3 Water outlet (Victaulic 2”)

4 Water filling

1 m

5 Water drainage

6 Fastening points

7 Electric control board

8 Vibration dampers

9 User interface

10 Power supply input

1,5 m

1 m

1,5 m

SCX 106 - 162

Legend

1 Water filling

2 Water outlet,

evaporator only (Victaulic 2” ½)

3 Water inlet (Victaulic 2” ½)

1490

2

3503

3

7

1286

AIR

8

4 Water outlet (Victaulic 2” ½ )

5 Water drainage

6 Fastening points

1

80

1354

4

AIR

26

2168

7 Electric control board

8 User interface

9 Vibration dampers

10 Power supply input

A Version with 2 pumps

B Version with

buffer tank only

1208

689

494.5

491.5 800 920 800 491.5

302

6

149

2899 302

6

5

1236

9

A

B

4

4

10

549

236.5

1 m

1615

1490

1,5 m

1,5 m

1 m

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Galleti SCX - Air to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

SCX 174 - 244

1746

4524

8

259 805

2 3

406

2167

AIR

9

29

60

AIR

AIR

1

128

661

1202.5

1571.5

1687 436.5 1480 740 1480 387 6

10

581.5 1190 1030 1190 532

4

5

B

Legend

1 Water drainage

2 Water inlet (Victaulic 3”)

3 Water outlet, evaporator

only version (Victaulic 3”)

4 Water outlet (Victaulic 3”)

5 Power supply input

6 Water filling

7 Fastening points

8 Electric control board

9 User interface

10 Vibration dampers

A Version with 2 pumps

B Version with

buffer tank only

7

A

4

1 m

4

251.5

1,5 m

950

1,5 m

791

1 m

467

SCX 264 - 364

2194 4507

1

4

5

2174

41

2

1585

AIR

AIR

674.5

598

2140

417.5 1480 740 1480 387

3

562.5

1190 1030 1190 532

6

A

Legend

5

1 User interface

2 Electric control board

3 Vibration dampers

4 Water inlet (Victaulic 4”)

5 Water outlet (Victaulic 4”)

6 Fastening points

A Version with 2 pumps

1,5 m

1 m

1,5 m

1 m

674.5

704

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Water to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Water to Water

Heat Pumps

CO 2

Heat Pump

Revere® CO 2

pg 62

R134A Heat Pump

Revere® R134A pg 64

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Revere® CO 2

- Water to Water Heat Pumps

Revere ® CO 2

Water to Water

Heat Pump

Industrial and Commercial Hot Water

and Chilled Water Supply

Contents

AS3498 Lic WM71504

Boiler and Water Chiller

All-in-One Machine

Performs the functions both of Boiler and

Water Chiller all in one machine.

Both 65º hot water and 7º chilled water can be supplied

simultaneously.

Effective Utilization

of Unused Waste Heat

Unused low temperature waste heat from the plant or

cooling water can be used as heat source.

Compact Design

Easy installation due to a 10% reduction in size.

Applications

Highest

Total COP

9.3

Reduction of Existing Water Chiller Power

Consumption

Performance of existing water chiller is increased and also its

power consumption is decreased by utilizing its chilled water

as a heat source.

Equalization of Electricity Power Load

Storing hot water and chilled water using off peak tariff

of electricity, the peak cut of electricity demand can be

achieved.

Hot water and Chilled water supply

12℃

65℃, 90 ℃

7℃

Use of chilled water

Fermentation tank cooling

Jacket cooling

Vacuum cooling

Domestic

hot water

Use of hot water

Hot water tank

Water

supply

AHGWW-HTC

Space cooling

Product cooling

Product heating

Washing machine parts

Machine washing

and cleaning

Pre-heating of

Boiler water supply

Water chiller

12℃

Chilled water tank

7℃

Hot water and Chilled water supply

Domestic

hot water

65℃, 90 ℃

Hot water tank

Water

supply

Markets

Food & Beverage processing plants, Abattoirs, Automotive and

various Manufacturing plants, Hotels, Hospitals, Aquatic Centres, etc.

AHGWW-HTC

3712℃

Heat Recovery

Air-compressor cooling water

Combustion furnace cooling water

Water chiller cooling water

Unused energy utilization

Septic tank waste heat recovery

Ground water

Geothermal heat

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Technical Data

Revere CO 2

- Water to Water Heat Pumps

HEAT PUMPS

Model Revere® CO 2

Power

3-phase 415V AC 50Hz/60Hz

Water Heat Source Brine 1 Chilled Water 2 Chilled Water 3 Heat Recovering 4

Temperature In / Out (ºC) -5 / -9 12 / 7 15 / 10 37 / 32

Water (ºC) 17 17 17 17

Capacity

Heating (kW) 53.2 85.8 91.9 116.8

(Hot Water Supply Cooling (kW) 37.9 64 69.5 94.8

65ºC)

Power Consumption (kW) 18.4 22.1 22.4 22.7

Outer Dimensions (mm) W1,100 × L1,200 × H1,893

Weight (kg)

985 (Net), 1,007 (Operating)

Compressor Motor 25kW x 4P

Star-up Method

Inverter

External Connection Water Inlet Rc3/4 (20A tap female, SUS316)

Hot Water Outlet

Rc3/4 (20A tap female, SUS316)

Chilled Water Inlet

Rc2 (50A tap female, SUS316)

Chilled Water Outlet

Rc2 (50A tap female, SUS316)

Heat Exchanger Hot Water Chilled Water

Operating Ranges Fluid Water Water / Brine

Inlet Temp. (ºC) 5 to 65 -5 to 37

Outlet Temp. (ºC) 65 or 90 -9 to 32

Flow Rate (L/min) 5 to 35 100 to 284

Water Pressure (MPa) 0.25 to 0.5 0.1 to 1.0

Ambient Temp. (ºC) -10 ~ 43

Colour Enclosure / Base Munsell N8.0 approximate color / Munsell N1.0 approximate color

Noise (dBA) 57

Note: Please install an approval pressure limiting valve if the inlet water pressure is to exceed the values.

Dimensional Data

Outer Dimensions

Maintenance Space

1100

1893

1200

1100

Front View

Rear View

900 600

1100

Top View

Subject to change without notice.

Maintenance Space

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HEAT PUMPS

Revere® R134A - Water to Water Heat Pumps

Revere ® R134A

Water to Water

Heat Pump

With the outlet water temperature from

55ºC to 80ºC, as well as space cooling,

Revere® R134A Water to Water Heat Pump

is clearly your smartest choice.

Contents

High Efficiency

The unit is capable of producing high temperature outlet

water and simultaneously performs free cooling. The

double effects that it uses the same amount of energy but

provides both hot water and cool air which can lead to

greater cost-savings.

Flexible Installation

The unit can adjust to various installation locations, such as

inside a basement, on the ground floor and even on the roof,

which makes it flexible for fast, low-cost installation.

Combination with Existing Air Cooled Water Chiller

When the unit is working for water heating and space

cooling, the existing air cooled water chillers can be shut off

according to different requirement and condition.

Environmental Friendly

With hi-output, the energy efficiency and environmental

value of the unit can radically surpass that of a single effect

system which can only produce either hot water or cool

air and traditional system that is driven by primary energy

resources, which lessens the impact on the environment.

High ROI

The double effects and high COP offered by the unit is

beneficial in lowering energy bills in the long run.

Application in Various Projects

The unit can be used in commercial and industrial projects,

such as hotels, schools, holiday resorts and factories.

Revere® R134A 250S 500S

Testing Condition

Heating Capacity(kW) 64.0 129.0

Water Source Inlet/Outlet: 20/15ºC

Cooling Capacity(kW) 40.0 80.0

Heating Side Inlet/Outlet: 65/75ºC

Power Input(kW) 20.0 40.0

IEER(W/W) 5.2 5.2

Power Supply V/Ph/Hz 380~415/3/50

Compressor Type

Copeland R134a EVI Scroll

Compressor Quantity 2 4

Evaporator Type Tube in Shell Heat Exchanger

Water Flow(m 3 /h) 6.8 13.6

Connection Size(inch) 2.5 2.5

Condenser Type Tube in Shell Heat Exchanger

Water Flow(m 3 /h) 5.6 11.1

Connection Size(inch) 2.5 2.5

Noise dB(A) 56 58

Refrigerant Type

R134a

Controller

AHG Controller

Suggest Outlet Water Temp. Range ºC 55 ~ 75

Max. Outlet Water Temp. ºC 80

Casing

Galvanized Metal

Net Dimensions(L/W/H) mm 1172/900/1365 1600/1130/1500

Net Weight kg 455 866

The data above is only a reference, for specific data, please refer to the nameplate on the unit.

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HEAT PUMPS

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HEAT PUMPS

Heat Pump Application Examples - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Heat Pump

Application Examples

Comfort

Air Conditioning for

Residential Applications

Contents

Air conditioning plant with a multifunction heat pump,

hydronic terminals and a DCV unit with heat recovery.

The integrated HVAC control manages the heat pump,

the back-up devices and the PV system to privilege

the energy self-consumption.

Centralized system with a multifunction heat pump for

air conditioning by means of hydronic terminals and

for swimming pool water heating. In the wellness area

a dehumidifier treats the ambient air with renewal and

heat recovery. A supervision system manages the whole

plant to reach high efficiency levels.

Data Center and

Telecom Cooling

Data Center cooling system with a water-towater

chiller combined with a Free-Cooling kit

and an external DryCooler. The chilled water

ring provides cooling capacity to the CRAC

units and recovers the heat rejected by the

computers by a multifunction heat pump. A

small server room is refrigerated by a split DX

unit and a monobloc telecom unit is outdoor

mounted to a shelter.

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Heat Pump Application Examples - Air to Water Heat Pumps

Air Conditioning

of a Fitness &

Wellness Center

Air conditioning and DHW production plant for

a fitness & wellness center. Two geothermal

multifunction heat pumps provide cooling

and heating to the hydronic terminals and

the AHUs, warm up the swimming pool

and produce DHW. The AHU, with onboard

control, gives the needed comfort level to the

swimming pool area and to the fitness area.

HEAT PUMPS

Process Cooling

and Offices Air

Conditioning

Process cooling and air conditioning plant.

Two multifunction geothermal heat pumps

provide cooling to the industrial process, while

recovering the heat rejection and transferring

it to the hydronic terminal and the AHU. The

offices get fresh air from the AHU while

the sensible cooling capacity is provided by

hydronic terminals. A small server room

is refrigerated by a DX computer room air

conditioning unit.

Commercial

Refrigeration and

Shopping Center

Air Conditioning

Fully integrated plant for LT and NT

refrigeration and for air conditioning. The

heat recovered by the rejection from the

refrigerated cabinets is used to heat up

the shops by means of fancoils and water

cassettes: the necessary cooling and heating

capacity is provided by a multifunction heat

pump while fresh air is treated by a rooftop

with onboard Free-Cooling module with heat

recovery. A small server room is refrigerated

by an “in-rack” DX unit and a monobloc

telecom unit is outdoor mounted to a shelter.

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Condensing & Conventional Boilers

Contents

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

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Condensing Boilers

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Condensing Boilers

Condensing Boilers offer several significant advantages:

• Lower emissions

• Reduced fuel usage

• Justified return on investment

The “Greener” boiler technology utilised in condensing systems utilises the latent heat in flue gases

which can lead to gross operating efficiencies of up to 98%. By using Condensing Technology, operating

costs can be reduced by 15-20% resulting in substantial long term running cost savings.

Eurogen 200-2160kW pg 72

Euromax 175-1250kW pg 78

Meridian 24-150kW pg 82

Modulex EXT 150-1200kW pg 94

Moorea I 125-600kW pg 106 Accessories pg 112

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Contents

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Introduction to

Condensing Boilers

Condensing water heaters have been manufactured since the 1980s, and now

represent a fully mature technology used extensively throughout the world.

What is a Condensing Boiler?

The condensing water heater is a system of technologies,

consisting of the water heater itself fuelled by gas or

oil, the flue stack, and the condensate collection system.

Condensing water heaters operate at around 90-98% gross

efficiency, compared with 80-85% gross efficiency for

conventional water heaters.

They achieve higher efficiencies by using newer technology

and by condensing the water vapour that is produced during

combustion and trapped in the flue gases.

In traditional water heater technologies, the latent heat

contained in the water vapour is allowed to escape through

the flue. Condensing water heaters reclaim that latent heat

by condensing the water vapour and transferring its heat

to the return water via a secondary heat exchanger with a

resultant increase in water heating efficiency.

The flue stack temperature is considerably

reduced and the return water temperature

raised. Hence the term ‘Condensing Water

Heater’.

These potential efficiency gains are achieved if the water

heater is operating in or near condensing mode, which

requires the temperature of the water returning from the

building to the water heater to be as low as possible. Having

said that, condensing water heaters will achieve increased

efficiencies over non-condensing water heaters even in

a situation utilizing the existing building return water

temperature, due to the larger surface area of the heat

exchanger in a condensing water heater and the reduced

flue temperature.

Optimum return water temperatures are achieved when

the return water is below the dew point of the water vapour

in the flue gas. The dew point is determined by several

variables, including altitude, outdoor air temperature, and

the type of fuel the water heater consumes. The critical

variable, however, is combustion efficiency: excess oxygen

in the combustion process leads to lower efficiency and

requires a lower dew point before condensation can

begin. In general, with efficient combustion, return water

temperatures (RWT) should be below 54°C, with lower RWT

resulting in more condensation and greater efficiency.

Condensing water heaters require Stainless Steel flues to

prevent corrosion. The condensate produced is also slightly

acidic so a condensate neutraliser is required before piping

condensate to the drain. Plastic piping must be used for the

condensate drain to prevent corrosion.

Why is a condensing boiler “greener” than a

non-condensing one?

A condensing boiler makes better use of the heat that

it generates from burning fuels such as gas or oil. In a

conventional boiler some of this heat is wasted because

the boiler releases very hot waste gases from its flue. A

condensing boiler uses some of the heat from these waste

gases to heat water returning from your central heating

system, so it requires less heat from the burner. This makes

your condensing boiler more efficient. The efficiency of a

boiler is normally expressed as a percentage – some new

condensing boilers can be up to 98% efficient compared to

non-condensing ones that are around 80 to 83% efficient,

and older boilers that are only 70% to 75% efficient.

How does a condensing boiler reduce carbon

dioxide emissions?

BOILER EFFICIENCY %

110

100

90

GROSS EFFICIENCY

NET EFFICIENCY

80

20 30 40 50 54 60 70 80

RETURN WATER TEMPERATURE ºC

Carbon dioxide savings come from burning less fuel to

meet your heating needs. Imagine that one unit of fuel

potentially contains enough energy to heat your home for

an hour. Burning that fuel in a boiler that is 100% efficient

would heat your home for an hour. Burning that unit of fuel

in a boiler that is 90% efficient would only give you enough

to heat your home for 54 minutes, and if it’s 75% efficient

you’d only get 45 minutes per unit. So, the lower the

efficiency of your boiler the more units of fuel you need to

burn to keep your home at the right temperature. The more

fuel you burn, the more carbon dioxide you emit.

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Condensing Boilers

How does a condensing boiler work?

Like conventional boilers, a condensing boiler burns fuel

to heat the water in a metal heat exchanger. A condensing

boiler uses an extra-large heat exchanger (or sometimes

two) to maximize heat transfer from the burner and recover

useful heat from the flue gases. In condensing mode the

flue gases give up their latent heat and can exit the flue in a

visible plume of water vapour at 70-90°C – they’re usually

180-200°C in a non-condensing boiler. At the same time

condensate, is produced which must be drained away.

Are they only efficient when in

condensing mode?

A condensing boiler is always more efficient than a

conventional non-condensing boiler, due to its larger and

more efficient heat exchanger. The rating represents the

average annual efficiency the boiler can achieve in typical

conditions, making reasonable assumptions about how

it’s used, the climate, controls, and other influences. This

indicates how efficient your boiler will be taking into account

its efficiency in condensing and non condensing mode.

Is it worth changing a five-year-old

conventional boiler for a new

condensing one?

Gas prices are rising, so efficiency is crucial. To comply

with new building regulations, new or replacement boilers

must have an energy gross efficiency of at least 90%.

Condensing Boiler Vapour Plume

They produce a visible plume of vapour when they are

operating, so the flue terminal needs to be sited carefully to

avoid the steam creating a nuisance.

They produce an acidic condensate that must be passed

through a condensate neutraliser and plumbed into a

suitable drain.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Latent Heat of

Evaporation 10.2%

Fume

Latent Heat of

Evaporation

Fume

Insulation

and loss

through

convection

& radiation

< 1%

CONVENTIONAL

BOILER BOILER

Latent Heat

Losses 2%

Condensing

CONDENSING CONDENSING

BOILER BOILER

Rated Thermal Efficiency 78% Rated Thermal Efficiency


Eurogen - Condensing Boilers

Contents

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Eurogen

Condensing Boilers 200 - 2160kW

High Water Volume Condensing Boilers with

large capacity range.

Eurogen Condensing Boilers are distinguished by their

engineering excellence and superior design features.

Manufactured in Europe by Unical and exclusively

distributed in Australia by AHG, Eurogen provides

a premium high efficiency heating solution built for

performance and longevity. Its durability can be attributed

to its full 316 Stainless Steel combustion chamber and heat

exchanger, while its high efficiency is derived from its three

pass design and unique, patented heat transfer system.

Available in output ranges from 200kW to 2160kW, Eurogen

Condensing Boilers constitute a range of reverse-flame

condensing boilers which fully conform to Australian

Standards and are manufactured from AISI 316L stainless

steel . The third pass of exhaust gases is through stainless

steel tubes fitted with aluminium fins to maximise heat

exchange. The boiler includes low temperature (Rbt) and

high temperature (Rat) connections to keep return water

temperatures as low as possible to maximise condensing

benefit. Together with very low standby and chimney

losses, net efficiencies of up to 109% can be achieved.

Two return water connections are available allowing the

differentiation of high or low temperature return water

to create the optimum efficiency result depending on the

application.

Supplied with 1:5 modulating power burners.

Certified

Efficiency


Product Quick Check

Type

Condensing Forced Draft

Range

200-2160kW

Efficiency 109% (Nett) 98% (Gross)

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG,

Dual Fuel (Natural Gas/LPG)

Gas Approval Type Type B

Outdoor option Yes

Modulation 1:5

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600kpa

Low Nox Yes

Building J Code Yes

2019 compliant

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Full 316 Stainless

Steel combustion

chamber and heat

exchanger for

maximum

durability

Enterprise Power

burner with dual

fuel standby

capability

High water content allows greater

water temperature and flow variations

Patented Multi Radial flue gas

fins for superior heat transfer

Features

• High efficiency condensing boiler ≤ 109% Nett. Exceptional

heat transfer is achieved via the patented multi radial flue

gas fins. Eurogen also incorporates 100 mm heat insulation

to minimise radiation losses.

• Balanced combustion chamber geometry for rapid heat

transmission and clean and complete combustion.

• Dual fuel burner configurations are available

• Compact footprint and versatile design - three pass flue

gas exhausts in two cylindrically arranged, stacked boiler

drums. The 860mm boiler width (up to EG570) allows ease

of plant room access and installation and the door can be

hinged as right or left handed.

• Large water volume provides good thermal stratification

and allows the system to operate with just one primary

pump, thereby reducing power usage.

• Variable water flow allows varying of the water flow rate

to match the combustion rate of the burner. As the burner

modulates from high fire to low fire, the water flow can

be varied from high to low. This maintains a constant ΔT

through the boiler. Whether 20° or 30° ΔT is required, this

can be maintained through all phases of combustion by

varying the water flow to match the burner modulation. This

maximises the amount of heat extracted from the flue gases

and thereby increases efficiency.

Advantages

• Fully Stainless Steel - All parts of the Eurogen Condensing

Boiler that come in contact with flue gas or condensate

are made from stainless steel. This feature ensures the

longevity of the boiler through resistance to corrosion from

the acidic condensate created inside the boiler.

• Certified Efficiency - The Eurogen Condensing Boiler is

manufactured in Italy and is professionally designed and

built to perform to specification. Certified test results

from a reputable laboratory are available prove its stated

efficiency.

• No return water temperature limitation - Eurogen

accommodates lower return water temperatures and can

operate at a ΔT of up to 30°C.

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Technical Drawings

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

High Temperature

C.H Return

Low Temperature

C.H Return

C.H. flow

Smoke

Chamber

Flue

Connection

Condensate

Evacuation

Boiler Drain

Burner

Progressive

Smoke Pipe

The Eurogen Condensing Fire Tube Boiler combustion process is designed to maximise efficiency

and performance. The hot combustion gases first pass down the centre and return along the wall

of the combustion chamber. On reaching the specially contoured door of the boiler the gases are

directed down into the stainless steel condensing tubes which comprise the heat exchanger and

feature aluminium internal fins designed to maximise heat extraction.

Performance Data

Product Code

Output

50/30°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

50/30°C

%

Net

Efficiency

Part Load

50/30ºC

%

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C

%

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Modulation

Ratio

Flow Rate

Min/Max

L/s**

Waterside

Pressure

Drop kPa*

Combustion

Side

Pressure

Drop mbar

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Power Supply

Weight

V/A/Hz

Kg

EG200NG280MMDSAUA032 200 107 109 182.7 97.72 672.84 1.5 1.20/2.39 3.8 1.86 260 525 240/0.5/50

EG290NG400MMDMAUA032 290 107 109 265.6 98.2 975.6 1:5 1.73/3.46 2.5 2.54 305 660 240/0.9/50

EG400NG550MMDSAUA140EA 400 107 109 367.1 98.2 1345.68 1:5 2.39/4.78 3.2 3.23 332 800 240/0.62/50

EG480NG550MMDSAUA140EA 480 107 109 440.7 99.2 1614.96 1:5 2.87/5.73 2 3.43 544 1007 240/1.24/50

EG570P61MMDSAUA150EA 570 107 109 523.3 98.2 1917.72 1:5 3.41/6.81 2.9 3.92 515 1137 240/2.2/50

EG700P65MMDSAUA150EA 700 107 109 642.6 98.2 2355.12 1:5 4.18/8.36 3 4.6 625 1376 415/4.4/50

EG900P71MMDSAUA150EA 900 107 109 826.2 98.2 3027.96 1:5 5.38/10.75 3.7 5.88 664 1613 415/4.4/50

EG1140P71MMDSAUA150EA 1140 107 109 1046.6 98.2 3835.44 1:5 6.81/13.62 3.5 7.35 1107 2158 415/6.0/50

EG1420R75AMMDSAUA165EA 1420 107 109 1303.6 98.2 4777.56 1:5 8.48/16.96 4 8.82 1157 2443 415/6.0/50

EG1820R92AMMDSAUA180EA 1820 107 109 1670.8 98.2 6123.24 1:5 10.87/21.74 3.9 9.02 1936 3458 415/8.0/50

EG2160R92AMMDSAUA180EA 2160 107 109 1983 98.2 7267.32 1:5 12.90/25.80 5.5 9.8 1904 3765 415/11.0/50

* Pressure losses for a water flow rate corresponding to a Δt of 15K

** Minimum flow rate is for low load only.

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Dimensional Data

EG200 – EG2160

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Legend

1 Panel board

2 Flame sight glass

T1 C.H. flow

T2 Low temperature C.H. return

T3 High temperature C.H. return

T4 Expansion vessel connection

T5 Boiler drain

T6 Burner connection

T7 Flue connection

T8 Condensate drain

Model A B C D E F G H I L M N O P* Q* R* S

EG200 720 1450 1132 190 205 48 374 790 255 320 250 625 255 1248 610 1311 45

EG290 790 1465 1282 190 235 55 402 900 231 359 250 625 275 1385 680 1314 60

EG400 790 1755 1282 190 235 65 402 900 271 379 450 655 275 1385 680 1614 60

EG480 854 1770 1472 190 270 67 494 1062 306 358 500 606 306 1585 750 1606 65

EG570 854 1940 1472 190 270 67 490 1062 306 358 500 776 306 1585 750 1776 65

EG700 894 1970 1612 190 292 65 523 1161 275 388 500 807 316 1715 790 1787 65

EG900 894 2340 1612 190 292 65 523 1161 405 388 500 1047 316 1715 790 2157 65

EG1140 1064 2360 1802 190 317 57 551 1287 289 624 900 547 390 1911 960 2157 55

EG1420 1064 2740 1802 190 317 57 552 1287 459 624 900 757 390 1911 960 2537 55

EG1820 1204 2980 2052 190 387 53 681 1493 372 563 785 1260 432 2165 1100 2752 95

EG2160 1204 3204 2052 190 387 54 681 1493 371 563 1010 1260 432 2165 1100 2977 95

All measurements in mm. *Minimum dimensions for boiler room access requirements

T1 T2 T3 T4 T5 T6 T7 T8

Model

ISO 7/1UNI 2276 PN6 ISO 7/1 Ø mm Øi mm Øe mm

EG200 DN 65 DN 65 DN 65 Rp 1½ Rp ¾ 180 202 40

EG290 DN 80 DN 80 DN 80 Rp 2 Rp 1 180 252 40

EG400 DN 80 DN 80 DN 80 Rp 2 Rp 1 180 252 40

EG480 DN 100 DN 100 DN 100 Rp 2 Rp 1 220 302 40

EG570 DN 100 DN 100 DN 100 Rp 2 Rp 1 220 302 40

EG700 DN 125 DN 125 DN 125 DN 65 Rp 1 270 352 40

EG900 DN125 DN125 DN125 DN 65 Rp 1 270 352 40

EG1140 DN 150 DN 150 DN 150 DN 80 Rp 1½ 320 402 40

EG1420 DN 150 DN 150 DN 150 DN 80 Rp 1½ 320 402 40

EG1820 DN 200 DN 200 DN 200 DN 100 Rp 1½ 320 452 40

EG2160 DN 200 DN 200 DN 200 DN 100 Rp 1½ 320 452 40

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Case Studies

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Ravenhall Prison

3 x Eurogen 2160kW

Opening in late 2017, Ravenhall

Correctional Centre redefines

the role of the modern prison in

contributing to safer Victorian

Communities. AHG supplied 3x

Eurogen Condensing Boilers to

provide heating & domestic hot

water for the prison buildings.

567 Collins Street,

Melbourne

2 x Eurogen 1800kW

1 x Eurogen 600kW

567 Collins Street is a 26-level

premium grade office tower

located on Melbourne’s prestigious

Collins Street, between King and

Spencer streets. AHG supplied

3x Eurogen Condensing Boilers

to provide 4,200kW of heating &

domestic hot water.

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Canberra Airport

2 x Eurogen 2160kW

1 x Eurogen 600kW

With the aim of developing

Australia’s Greenest airport,

the New Canberra Airport was

designed to a high environmental

standard, employing a variety of

building and services systems

including high quality and long life

building materials. AHG supplied

3x Eurogen Condensing Boilers

to provide heating to the terminal

buildings.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

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Euromax - Condensing Boilers

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Euromax

Condensing Boilers 175 – 1250kW

High Water Volume Condensing Boilers with

large capacity range.

Euromax Condensing Boilers are distinguished by their

robust engineering, cost effective design and wide range of

features. Manufactured to AHG specifications and exclusively

distributed in Australia by AHG, Euromax provides a high

efficiency heating solution built for performance and

longevity. Its durability can be attributed to its full 316

Stainless Steel combustion chamber and heat exchanger,

while its high efficiency is derived from its three pass design

and effective heat transfer system.

Available in output ranges from 175kW to 1250kW, Euromax

Condensing Boilers constitute a range of 3 pass condensing

boilers which fully conform to Australian Standards and are

manufactured from AISI 316L stainless steel . The third pass

of exhaust gases is through stainless steel tubes fitted with

stainless steel fins to maximise heat exchange. The boiler

includes low temperature (Rbt) and high temperature (Rat)

connections to keep return water temperatures as low as

possible to maximise condensing benefit. Together with very

low standby and flue losses, net efficiencies of up to 107%

can be achieved. Two return water connections are available

allowing the differentiation of high or low temperature return

water to create the optimum efficiency result depending on

the application.

Supplied with 1:5 modulating power burners

Product Quick Check

Type

Condensing Forced Draft

Range

175-1250kW

Efficiency 108% (Nett) 97% (Gross)

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG, Light Oil, Dual Fuel

(NG/LPG or NG/Light OIl)

Outdoor option Yes

Gas Approval Type Type B

Modulation 1:5

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600kpa

Low Nox Yes

Building J Code Yes

2019 compliant

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Features

• High efficiency condensing boiler ≤ 98% Net

• No return flow temperature limitation

• Three pass flue gas exhausts in two cylindrically arranged,

stacked boiler drums

• All parts in contact with flue gas or condensate are made from

stainless steel

• Minimum load according to the modulation range of the burner

• Large water volume for good thermal stratification

• Balanced combustion chamber geometry for rapid heat

transmission and clean and complete combustion

• Optimised 860mm boiler width for ease of installation

• Operating overpressure 600 kPa

• 100 mm heat insulation for the minimisation of radiation losses

• Boiler doors hinged right hand or left hand

Advantages

• Fully Stainless Steel - All parts of the Euromax Condensing

Boiler that come in contact with flue gas or condensate

are made from stainless steel. This feature ensures the

longevity of the boiler through resistance to corrosion from

the acidic condensate created inside the boiler.

• No return water temperature limitation - Euromax

accommodates lower return water temperatures and can

operate at a ΔT of up to 30°C.

• Suitable for Dual Fuel applications - The Euromax range

is suitable for use with natural gas, LPG or light oil burners

and has been successfully used for dual fuel (natural gas/

LPG or natural gas/light oil) applications where backup fuel

supply is required, such as hospitals.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

CH Flow

Burner

CH Return

Smoke Chamber

Condensate Drain

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Performance Data

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Product Code

Output

50/30°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

50/30°C %

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C %

Nominal

Input MJ/

hr

Modulation

Ratio

Flow Rate

Min/Max

L/s**

Waterside

Pressure

Drop kPa

Combustion

Side

Pressure

Drop mbar

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

Kg

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

EM175NG280MPRSAUA032 179 100.35 175 94.9 700 1:5 1.07/2.14 2.1 1.6 490 367 240/0.5/50

EM230NG280MPRSAUA032 244 101.15 230 95.1 920 1:5 1.46/2.91 2.3 2.0 520 483 240/0.5/50

EM290NG400MPRSAUA040 309 101.77 290 95.25 1160 1:5 1.85/3.69 2.4 2.3 580 609 240/0.9/50

EM350NG550MMDSAUA140EA 375 102.74 350 95.6 1400 1:5 2.24/4.48 2.5 3.3 620 770 240/1.24/50

EM450NG550MMDSAUA140EA 501 100.45 465 94.9 1860 1:5 2.99/5.98 2.5 2.7 520 957 240/1.24/50

EM600P61MMDSAUA150EA 677 97.37 625 93.7 2500 1:5 4.05/8.09 3 3.1 540 1167 240/2.2/50

EM800P65MMDSAUA150EA 870 98.1 810 93.84 3240 1:5 5.20/10.39 3.2 5.2 720 1410 415/3.0/50

EM1000P71MMDSAUA150EA 1074 98.4 1000 93.92 4000 1:5 6.42/12.83 3.2 4.6 810 1535 415/4.4/50

EM1250P71MMDSAUA150EA 1314 98.9 1250 94 4950 1:5 7.85/15.70 3.4 6.5 960 1702 415/6.0/50

** Minimum flow rate is for low load only.

Dimensional Data

Euromax 175 - 350kW

Euromax 465 - 1250kW

Model

Capacity

(kW)

L mm L1 mm B1 mm H1 mm H2 mm øD mm

Water Outlet

Nozzle T1

Water Inlet

Nozzle T2

Safety

Connection T3

Water

Volume lt

EM175 175 1690 1300 875 1250 1413 200 DN 80 DN 80 DN 40 490

EM230 230 1790 1400 875 1250 1413 200 DN 80 DN 80 DN 40 520

EM290 290 1940 1550 900 1300 1465 250 DN 100 DN 100 DN 50 580

EM350 350 2095 1700 900 1300 1465 250 DN 100 DN 100 DN 50 620

EM465 465 2215 1802 830 1595 1710 300 DN 100 DN 100 DN 50 520

EM625 625 2240 1801 930 1738 1850 300 DN 100 DN 100 DN 50 540

EM810 810 2640 2200 930 1738 1850 300 DN 125 DN 125 DN 65 720

EM1000 1000 2465 2000 1010 1922 2037 400 DN 125 DN 125 DN 65 810

EM1250 1250 2865 2400 1010 1922 2037 400 DN 150 DN 150 DN 80 960

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Case Studies

Watermarc

Aquatic Centre

4 x Euromax 1250kW

WaterMarc Aquatic Centre is the

largest aquatic and leisure facility

in the north of Victoria and is home

to the premier gym and indoor

swimming pool in the area. AHG

supplied 4x Euromax Condensing

Boilers to provide heating for the

pool water and Aquatic Centre.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

180 Brisbane

2 x Euromax 1250kW

180 Brisbane sets a new

benchmark for commercial office

accommodation in Brisbane’s CBD

by being awarded its 6 star Green

Star Office Design v3 rating. AHG

supplied 2x Euromax Condensing

Boilers to provide heating for the

building.

Melbourne Markets

2 x Euromax 800kW

The new Epping facility features

up to 120,000m² of warehousing

space to provide for the efficient

integration of supply chain

logistics, making it the largest

warehousing precinct of any

central market in Australia. AHG

supplied 2x Euromax Condensing

Boilers to provide heating to the

facility plus office & administration

areas.

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Meridian

Wall Mounted 24 - 100kW

Floor Standing 120 - 150kW

Meridian Condensing Boilers provide very

high power outputs and efficiency in compact

formats for the ultimate installation flexibility.

They are available in both wall hung and floor

standing models.

Compact, versatile and highly efficient, Meridian Condensing

Boilers are packed with features that save on space,

installation time and energy. Meridian Condensing Boilers

work at very high and constant efficiencies reaching up to

108.6% enabling seasonal savings up to 35%

Features include electronic starting with flame ionization

and continuous modulating control from 20% to 100%

electronically managed by a new microprocessor on both

hydraulic circuits. The “ecological burner” produces a “cool

flame“ combustion which considerably reduces nitrogen

oxide and carbon monoxide emissions.

• Boiler heat exchanger is completely fabricated from stainless

steel for a long service life and maximum reliability

• Floor Standing boilers can be bolted together for cascading

• Self diagnostic electronic system

• Anti-seizing pump system

State of the art features make meridian boilers versatile and

suitable for many different applications.

Wall Mounted

Australian Approved

Type A Gas Appliance

Up to

20%

Time Saving on

installation

Floor Standing

Product Quick Check

Type

Condensing Forced Draft

Range

24-157kW

Efficiency 108.6% (Net) 97.8% (Gross)

Outdoor option Yes

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG (selected models)

Gas Approval Type Type A

Modulation 1:5

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 300kPa (24-50kW)

500kPa (75-150kW)

Low Nox Yes

Building J Code Yes

2019 compliant

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Features

• Australian Approved Type A Appliance means no individual

approval inspection is necessary

• Tower module available, incorporates a secondary pump

and expansion tank and is designed to complement the

water heating units

• Stainless steel boiler and heat exchanger provides long

service life and maximum reliability

• Wall hung and floor standing models to suit various

installation requirements

• Low nox emissions providing environmentally friendly

heating

Advantages

• Inbuilt pumps & headers - The Meridian floor standing

Boilers reduce install time by up to 30% and eliminates

installation errors due to the innovative design of having

the primary pumps and flow/returns headers incorporated

inside the boiler.

• Cascadeable - Thanks to the inbuilt headers, Meridian

boilers can be cascaded together saving plantroom space

and providing sequence control of multiple units with BMS

feedback.

• Isolation valves - Isolation valves fitted to each boiler allow

service or maintenance work to be carried out without

disturbing the cascade arrangement.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Bolt Together

Cascade Ability

Stainless Steel

Heat Exchanger

Check Valve

Isolation Valve

Primary Pump

Isolation Valve

Isolation Valve

Inbuilt Hydraulic

Header

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Installation Examples

Model 120 - 150 (8 x 2 Boilers) c/w HS2 - 1320F Hydraulic Separator

Meridian Boilers can be cascaded

to suit many project types & sizes

offering a vast variety of solutions

for your needs

Plan View

Front View

End View

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Clearance Diagram - Meridian Model 120 - 150 x 3 in series setup

Top View

Front View

Side View

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Hydraulic Separator Connection Details

Suction of pump must come from

the top of the hydraulic separator

and pump to the field.

Water and Gas connections can be

either left or right hand side.

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Meridian Wall-Hung - 24-100kW

• Type A Appliance

• High Efficiency

• Compact Size

• Cascadable

• In Built Variable Speed Pump

(24, 32, 50kW only)

Meridian

1

Meridian

2

• Australian Gas Approval

Number: GSCS20215

Overview

Gas Pressure Range

1.1 - 2.7 kPa

Min Water Pressure

100kPa

Meridian 100 x 2 with hydraulic separator

Max Water Pressure

300kPa (24, 32, 50) – 500kPa (75, 100)

Model

Output

50/30ºC

kW

Net

Efficiency

50/30ºC %

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C

%

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Modulation

Ratio

Secondary

Side Flow

Rate min/

max L/s *

Water

Pressure

Loss kPa

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

kg

Dimensions

(mm)

H W D

Air

Flue

Intake

Connection

size

size mm**

mm

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

Indoor - Natural Gas

M24-I 25.3 106 23.5 98 96 1:8 0.04/0.30 21 3.5 42 850 450 280 Ø60/100 Ø80 240/0.6/50

M32-I 31.8 106 29.4 98 117 1:9 0.04/0.38 20 3.5 42 850 450 280 Ø60/100 Ø80 240/0.6/50

M50-I 50.28 106.3 47.2 98 192 1:5 0.12/0.60 25 5 50 750 400 420 Ø80 Ø64 240/0.6/50

M75-I 75.8 106 67.9 97 280 1:5 0.83/0.91 25 6 65 880 495 500 Ø80 - 240/0.6/50

M100-I 97.1 106 87.6 97.3 360 1:5 1.05/1.16 26 8 75 880 495 500 Ø100 - 240/0.6/50

Indoor - LPG

M32LPG-I 31.8 106 29.4 98 120 1:9 0.04/0.38 20 3.5 42 850 450 280 Ø60/100 Ø80 240/0.6/50

M50LPG-I 50.28 106.3 47.2 98 192 1:5 0.12/0.60 25 5 50 750 400 420 Ø80 Ø64 240/0.6/50

M100LPG-I 97.1 106 87.6 97.3 360 1:5 1.05/1.16 26 8 75 880 495 500 Ø100 - 240/0.6/50

Outdoor - Natural Gas

M24-O 25.3 106 23.5 98 96 1:8 0.04/0.30 21 3.5 42 1061 450 276 - - 240/0.6/50

M32-O 31.8 106 29.4 98 117 1:9 0.04/0.38 20 3.5 42 1061 450 306 - - 240/0.6/50

M50-O 50.28 106.3 47.2 98 192 1:5 0.12/0.60 25 5 50 1061 400 446 - - 240/0.6/50

M75-O 75.8 106 67.9 97 280 1:5 0.83/0.91 25 6 65 1091 495 526 - - 240/0.6/50

M100-O 97.1 106 87.6 97.3 360 1:5 1.05/1.16 26 8 75 1091 495 526 - - 240/0.6/50

Outdoor - LPG

M32LPG-O 31.8 106 29.4 98 120 1:9 0.04/0.38 20 3.5 42 1061 450 306 - - 240/0.6/50

M50LPG-O 50.28 106.3 47.2 98 192 1:5 0.12/0.60 25 5 50 1061 400 446 - - 240/0.6/50

M100LPG-O 97.1 106 87.6 97.3 360 1:5 1.05/1.16 26 8 75 1091 495 526 - - 240/0.6/50

** The size of the main flue may vary from the flue connection size subject to various installation criteria.

For assistance with sizing your flue, please discuss your project details with our technical support team.

H

H

D

W W

Indoor

Outdoor

D

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Meridian Floor Standing - 120-157kW

• Type A Appliance

• High Efficiency

• Compact Size

• Cascadable

• In Built Header

Meridian

1

Meridian

2

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

• In Built Variable Speed Pump

• Australian Gas Approval

Number: GSCS20215,

VGC40016 (M120LPG)

Overview

Gas Pressure Range

1.1 - 2.7 kPa

Min Water Pressure

100kPa

Max Water Pressure 500kPa

Meridian 150 x 2 with hydraulic separator

Model

Output

50/30ºC

kW

Indoor - Natural Gas

Net

Efficiency

50/30ºC %

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C

%

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Modulation

Ratio

Secondary

Side Flow

Rate min/

max L/s*

Water

Pressure

Loss kPa

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

kg

Dimensions

(mm)

H W D

Air

Flue

Intake

Connection

size

size mm**

mm

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

M120-IV 120 108.6 107 97.2 450 1:5 0.29/1.43 17 32 200 1207 550 875 Ø100 - 240/2.1/50

M150-IV 157 108.6 144.1 97.3 592 1:5 0.38/1.88 27 32 200 1207 550 875 Ø100 - 240/2.5/50

Indoor - LPG

M120LPG-IV 120 108.6 107 97.2 396 1:5 0.29/1.43 17 32 200 1207 550 875 Ø100 - 240/2.1/50

Outdoor - Natural Gas

M120-OV 120 108.6 107 97.2 450 1:5 0.29/1.43 17 32 200 1243 550 895 Ø100 - 240/2.1/50

M150-OV 157 108.6 144.1 97.3 592 1:5 0.38/1.88 27 32 200 1243 550 895 Ø100 - 240/2.5/50

Outdoor - LPG

M120LPG-OV 120 108.6 107 97.2 396 1:5 0.29/1.43 17 32 200 1243 550 895 Ø100 - 240/2.1/50

All secondary pumps must suck from the top of the hydraulic separator and pump into the field.

** The size of the main flue may vary from the flue connection size subject to various installation criteria.

For assistance with sizing your flue, please discuss your project details with our technical support team.

H

H

D

W

D

W

Indoor

Outdoor

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Meridian Tower

Floor Standing

Secondary Header Unit

• Ease & speed of installation

• Compact size

• In-built expansion tank

• In-built header

• In-built secondary pump

• Australian Approved

• Max Water Pressure 300kPa

H

W

D

Performance and Dimensional Data

Indoor

Outdoor

Model

Max Flow Rate

L/s

Max Head

kPa

Expansion Tank

L

MT360-I 5.55 265 50 1207 550 895

MT150-I 3 210 50 1207 550 895

MT360-O 5.55 265 50 1243 550 895

MT150-O 3 210 50 1243 550 895

Height

mm

Width

mm

Depth

mm

Meridian 1 Meridian 2 Meridian

Tower

Unit

Meridian 150 x 2 with Tower Unit

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Meridian P&I Tower Setup

Nat Gas

Meridian Heat Exchanger no. 1 Meridian Heat Exchanger no. 2 Tower Unit

EN50 (50L)

Expansion

Tank

CONDENSING &

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Supply

Secondary Pump

Ø80mm to

Heating System

Return

Note: Install Dosing Pot across pump

15mm Fill Valve Ass’y

Meridian Prefabricated Base Frames

An example Meridian base frame configuration is illustrated below.

These prefabricated supply options offer substantial time and cost savings on site.

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Case Studies

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Grenda Aquatic Centre

3 x Meridian 150kW

Australian Trucking

Association

Forest, ACT

9 x Meridian 150kW

Warrnambool Aged Care

3 x Meridian 100kW

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Langham Hotel

14 x Meridian 150kW

CONDENSING &

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150 Lonsdale St

8 x Meridian 150kW

Glenfield College,

Auckland NZ

1 x Meridian 150kW

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121 Queen St

4 x Meridian 150kW

128 Jolimont St

East Melbourne

2 x Meridian 150kW

Lorne Hospital

3 x Meridian 100kW

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Botannica Melbourne

Building 8

4 x Meridian 150kW

CONDENSING &

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Sofitel

5 x Meridian 100kW

St Kilda Town Hall

3 x Meridian 100kW

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CONDENSING &

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Modulex EXT

Condensing Boiler 150 – 1200kW

Modulex EXT is a new range of floorstanding

condensing boilers that

provides an infinitely flexible solution

for buildings requiring a high output

heating system.

There are thirteen floor-standing boilers to choose

from, with outputs ranging from 150kW to 1200kW.

Each one is made up of a number of self-contained

heat generating modules forming what is, in essence,

a series of boilers linked together within a single

casing. This modular design enables Modulex EXT

boilers to optimise energy efficiency and comfort

levels for building occupiers like no other boilers

available today.

Each linked module shares a single set of ancillary

components including flow and return pipes,

electronic controls and flue. This greatly eases the

installation process and, along with the internal easy

access layout of each boiler, simplifies servicing.

Compact overall dimensions and ultra-low operating

noise levels gives the system designer greater

flexibility when it comes to positioning the boiler

within the building. With a host of benefits for the

consultant, contractor, client and building occupier,

Modulex EXT boilers provide the perfect heating

solution for a wide range of projects from hotels to

office buildings, schools to sports centres.

Product Quick Check

Type

Condensing Premixed

Range

150-1200kW

Efficiency 109% (Nett) 98% (Gross)

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG

Gas Approval Type Type B approved to AS3814

Outdoor option Yes

Modulation 1:54

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600kpa

Low Nox Yes

Building J Code

2019 Compliant

Yes

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Each heat generating module within our Modulex EXT

boilers is self-contained, with its own downfiring premix

gas burner, fan, ignition and safety controls. As

system load decreases, a built-in Boiler Cascade Manager

modulates the boiler down to the combined minimum. As

loads continue to reduce, individual modules are switched

off as necessary down to a minimum output of a single

module – 12kW for 150-350kW models and 22kW for 440-

1200kW models. This ensures optimum load matching

and minimises wasteful boiler cycling, maximising energy

efficiency in the process. The combination of a high

modulation ratio up to 1:54 and a high output plus very low

water content ensures rapid warm-up and turn-down times

for Modulex EXT boilers. They are subsequently also able to

respond quickly to changing demands throughout the day.

Thanks to their modular design, Modulex EXT boilers will

continue to operate even in the unlikely event that a single

module malfunctions.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Features

• Exceptional energy efficiency

(up to 109% at the minimum modulated capacity)

• Low noise

• Ultra low emissions

• Full BMS capability.

Allows monitoring of performance and faults

• Variable Water Flow rate - Allows the boiler to operate at a

constant 20°ΔT – maintaining the boiler at the most efficient

duty point.

• Able to be supplied as dismantled - When needing to achieve

installation in tight plant rooms or inaccessible areas, this

feature can enable much better access and often saves

significant costs involved in placing equipment via a crane

from outside the building.

Advantages

• High turndown ratio of up to 1:54 - This provides significant

energy savings, particularly for part load or low load

requirements. It also stops boiler cycling and contributes to

its very quiet operation.

• Multi burner construction - If one burner requires

maintenance, the other burners can continue to operate,

providing built-in redundancy.

• Small space saving footprint - This makes it easy to install

in plant rooms where floor space is at a premium.

Full BMS

capability

Allows monitoring

of performance

and faults

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Technical Features

CONDENSING &

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Modulating Pump

Cross Section of the

Premix Multi-Burner

Working & Safety Temp

Sensors Ignition Electrodes &

Ionisation Probes

Built-In Non Return

Smoke Valves

Premix Burners Working at

Constant CO 2

Standardized Hydraulic Manifolds

Primary Circuits With

Additional Safety Devices Kit

Maximum Saving & Seasonal Efficiency

High efficiency thanks to:

• Certified efficiency up to 109% at the minimum modulated

capacity

• Seasonal efficiency: + 30% if compared with the

conventional heaters

• Large modulation ratio: up to 1:54

• Modulating pump directly managed by the heater to assure

the maximum condensation at all times

Total Safety

• High reliability due to MULTI BURNER composition and to the

low number of parts in movement

• Working and safety temperature sensors on every casting

section

• Premixing within the fan with non return built-in valve

• Auxiliary electronic circuits

• Emergency operation in case the E8 controller is out of

service

Low Environmental Impact

• Low polluting emissions :


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Pre-assembled Thermal Elements

MODULEX EXT is an assembly of thermal modules, together

making a complete unit. Every unit is constituted by preassembled

thermal elements, in Al/Si/Mg. Every element

supplies, in continuous and progressive way, from 12 to 50

kW for the models up to 350 kW, and from 22 up to 108 kW

for larger models.

More than 10 years experience assure:

• Resistance to the corrosion of the acidic condensate

• Very high thermal efficiency

The basic element is formed by two aluminium alloy

castings that, on the smoke side, have dense fins, with

increasing height toward the smoke discharge, placed in

lower part of the casting, in order to increase its exchange

surface.

Inside the castings there are the water channels that zigzag

cross the casting, granting an exceptional heat transfer

from combustion gases to the water.

Every thermal element is equipped with:

• Premix modulating burner

• Two stage modulating gas valve

• Electronic ignition and ionization

• NTC working temperature sensor

• Safety thermostats

• Flame sight glass

The smoke and acidic condensate of the thermal elements

are collected in a stainless steel tray.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Air/Gas

Mixture

Burner

Combustion

Chamber

Condensate

Finned

Casting

Water

Gas Valve

Burner Cover

Gas Pipe

Ignition Electrode

Ignition Probe

Local NTC

Temp. Sensor

Limit Thermostat

Aluminium Alloy

Heat Exchanger

Condensate

Level Sensor

Condensate &

Smoke Tray - Chimney

Connection

Frame

Fan

Burner

Automatic Air

Vent

Global NTC Flow

Temp. Sensor

Central

Heating Flow

Global NTC

Return Temp.

Sensor

Central Heating

Return

Drain Tap

Condensate

Evactuation

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Output Flexibility and Efficiency

CONDENSING &

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The MODULEX EXT

exceeded all industry

requirements when it

was first conceived over

a decade ago. These days

the high standards and

benchmark qualities of this

groundbreaking heater are

a must in today’s world.

Setting option according to the

thermal needs of the central heating

system

This function enables you to

drastically reduce the number of

switching ON and OFF of the heater

(Possible customization of the

requested output)

Advantages:

• Higher efficiency and lower flue

losses when burner is OFF

• Longer lasting of the parts in

movement and of the ignition

systems

Very low water content and high

modulation speed with maximum

output ratio up to 1:54

On average a heater operates at 50%

of the thermal need of the central

heating installation and can descend

below 30%. MODULEX EXT adjusts in

real time the output to meet demand,

because it is not influenced by the

thermal inertia, thanks to its low

water content and, being equipped

with modulating pump, it further

reduces the electricity used.

Class A, variable speed, electronic

pumps, for the maximum

condensate production

This function promotes the

production of condensate and

therefore the fast economic recovery

of the investment. All this in order

to offer the user the possibility to

save with the maximum comfort

both, for central heating and D.H.W.

production, with a lower noise level

than the traditional boilers

Comparison of the steady state condition reaching time between a

modulex and a high intertia/water content heater

Temperature (ºC)

Nominal Load 100 (%)

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

100

90

80

70

60

50

40

30

20

10

0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30

MODULEX Ext Low Water Content Heater

Time (min)

T1 T2 T3 T4

Time

High Water Content Heater

After the time “T1” from the starting, MODULEX EXT succeeds in satisfying the 30% of the

load unlike a traditional heater that, in the same time, is just at 15%. After the time “T2”

MODULEX EXT is at 50% of the load, while the traditional one is at 30%. After the time “T3”

MODULEX EXT is at 100% of the load and the traditional one is only at 70%. This clearly

displays the speed of the Modulex EXT Heater

Effciency (%)

110

108

106

104

102

100

98

96

190 170 150 100 70 48

Output (kW)

+3%

12

Modulating flow rate pump

Constant flow rate pump

Efficiency comparison between pump with modulating flow rate versus a

heater with constant flow rate

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MODULEX EXT has a certified

efficiency that, for all models

above 350 kW, when working in

condensation, progressively increase

up to 109% when the output is

reduced.

The genius of the thermo-controller

E8 is that it keeps ON the greatest

number of elements as possible,

working at the smallest possible

output (as shown in the examples

beside).

The system will always work in the

conditions of maximum possible

efficiency, independently from the

supplied output.

When the requested output is less

than the capacity available the design

of the Modulex regulates evenly

reducing the output of each module

to suit. Once the minimum level for

a module is reached it is disabled in

cascade sequence.

This modular system is such that

as the number of modules used

decreases - the efficiency increases.

The flexibility of this modular

conception is ground breaking and

brings vast cost savings through

increased efficiency.

To avoid one element module being

over used more than others, the

thermo-controller automatically

alternates usage of all element

modules evenly.

Efficiency (%)

Modulex EXT Efficiency

109

108

107

106

104

102

12 22 50 110

Output (kW)

Modulex EXT 150 | 350

Modulex EXT 440 | 900

Output sharing of MODULEX EXT of 4 modules of 50 kW

Max Output

50% Output

50kW 50kW 50kW 50kW

25kW 25kW 25kW 25kW

Total Efficiency η = 102

Total Efficiency η = 104

CONDENSING &

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25% Output

Min Output

12kW

12kW

12kW

12kW

12kW

Off

Off

Off

Total Efficiency η = 106.5

Total Efficiency η = 107

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

With the cascade installation, the

boiler output range can be widened

to well in excess of 1200kW,

multiplying output and modulation in

order to satisfy any design demand.

The space saving (in particular the

boilers can be installed up to 40cm

from the boiler house walls) features

of the Modulex Boiler are tailored

specifically with service and easy

access in mind. Replacement of

old obsolete boilers is also another

benefit that a small foot print allows.

Modulex EXT cascade installation

using a single hydraulic separator

Modulex EXT installation using a hydraulic separator

Modulex EXT installation using a plate heat exchanger

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Performance Data

Product

Code

Output

(50/30ºc)

kW

Net

Efficiency

(50/30ºc) %

Output

(80/60ºc)

kW

Net

Efficiency

(80/60ºc) %

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Burner

Quantity

Modulation

Ratio

Flow Rate

Min/Max

(l/s)*

Waterside

Pressure

Drop kPa

Total Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

Kg

Power Supply

V/A/Hz

MX150EXT 150 100.8 146.1 97.4 540 3 x 50kW 01:12 1.17/2.33 16 14 236 240/0.875/50

MX200EXT 200.4 100.2 195.2 97.6 720 4 x 50kW 01:16 1.56/3.11 16 18 295 240/1.208/50

MX250EXT 251.4 100.5 244.5 97.8 900 5 x 50kW 01:20 1.95/3.89 16 22 325 240/1.508/50

MX300EXT 302.7 100.9 294 98 1080 6 x 50kW 01:24 2.34/4.68 16 26 386 240/1.771/50

MX350EXT 354.6 101.9 342.2 98.2 1260 7 x 50kW 01:28 2.74/5.48 16 31 419 240/2.112/50

MX440EXT 445 104 424.35 98.23 1600 4 x 110kW 01:19 3.38/6.76 15 67 501 240/2.608/50

MX550EXT 557.8 104 530.44 98.23 2000 5 x 110kW 01:25 4.23/8.45 18 80 595 240/3.262/50

MX660EXT 670.1 104 636.53 98.23 2400 6 x 110kW 01:29 5.07/10.14 20 94 657 240/3.916/50

MX770EXT 783.2 104 742.62 98.23 2800 7 x 110kW 01:34 5.92/11.83 22 108 754 240/4.566/50

MX900EXT 900.3 104 849.05 98.27 3200 8 x 110kW 01:39 6.76/13.51 20 122 906 240/5.216/50

MX1000EXT 1011 104 946.7 98.27 3500 9 x 110kW 1:44 11.3/15.05 26 140 981 240/5.868/50

MX1100EXT 1223 104 1052 98.27 3888 10 x 110kW 1:49 12.5/16.7 26 154 1090 240/6.520/50

MX1200EXT 1237 104 1157 98.27 4276.8 11 x 110kW 1:54 13.8/18.4 26 168 1200 240/7.172/50

* Requested rated flow rate in l/s (Δt=20K) / Maximum flow rate in l/s (Δt=15K). Primary pump must be controlled by the boiler.

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Dimensional Data

MX150EXT - MX350EXT

RIGHT SIDE

Delivery condition for right

RIGHT hand side SIDE connection

Delivery condition for right

hand side connection

FRONT VIEW

FRONT VIEW

FRONT

TOP VIEW

FRONT TOP VIEW VIEW

FRONT VIEW

TOP

RIGHT SIDE

RIGHT SIDE

Delivery condition for right

hand side connection Delivery condition for right

hand side RIGHT connection

LEFT

TOP VIEW

Contents

TOP VIEW

Delivery

condition

for right

hand side

G Gas Inlet connection M Water Delivery

S Drain G R Gas System Inlet Return M Water Delivery

S Drain R System Return

LEFT SIDE

RIGHT SIDE

TOP VIEW

Delivery

RIGHT LEFT SIDE condition

SIDE

for right

TOP VIEW

Delivery

hand

condition

side

for

connection

right

hand side connection

PRE

FLO

LEF

PRE

RET

LEF

RIGHT SIDE

Delivery condition for right

hand side connection

MX440EXT RIGHT SIDE- MX900EXT

Delivery condition for right

hand side connection

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PRE-CUT

PRE-CUT

GAS

FLOW

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

GAS

FLOW

LEFT SIDE

LEFT SIDE PRE-CUT

RETURN

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

RETURN

LEFT SIDE

S Drain R System Return

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

G Gas Inlet

S Drain R System Return

S Drain

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery S Drain R System Return

62

TOP VIEW

309 L1

G Gas 309Inlet

L1

L

TOP VIEW

FRONT

S

M Water Delivery

G Gas S Inlet Drain M Water R System Delivery Return

S Drain R System Return

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

S Drain G Gas Inlet R M System Water Delivery Return

S Drain R System Return

L

S

1 61 7

1448

1 61 7

1448

PRE-CUT

FLOW

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

FLOW

LEFT PRE-CUT SIDE

RETURN

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

RETURN

LEFT SIDE

Ø 350

LEFT SIDE

LEFT SIDE

RIGHT

PRE-CUT

GAS

PRE-CUT LEFT SIDE

GAS

LEFT SIDE

Ø 350

M Water Delivery

G R Gas System Inlet Return M Water Delivery

S Drain R System Return

G Gas G Inlet Gas Inlet M Water M Water Deliv

S Drain S Drain R System R System Retu

2310

S

2310

S

1002

1 61 7

1448

1 61 7

1448

Ø 350

62

Ø 350

62

S

S

L

L

TOP

2310

2310

1002

1002

3 96 1 4 5 3 0 7 41 5

M

R

3 96 1 4 5 3 0 7 41 5

151

111

G

M

R

G

53 151

S

111

53

S

363 349

948

948 974

LEFT

363 349

G Gas G Inlet Gas Inlet M Water M Water Deliv

S Drain S Drain R System R System Retu

1 61 7

1448

1 61 7

1448

974

S

S

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

S

G Gas

S Drain

Inlet M

R

Water

System

S Delivery

Return

S Drain R System Return

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery S Drain R System Return

309 L1

309 L1

Ø 350

Ø 350

2310

2310

102

G

415


Menu

Menu

Contents

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

G Gas S Inlet Drain M Water R System DeliveryReturn

S Drain R System Return

PRE-CUT

LEFT SIDE

RETURN

LEFT SIDE

Modulex EXT - Condensing Boilers

MX1000EXT - MX1200EXT

G Gas Inlet G Gas M Water Inlet Delivery M Water De

S Drain S Drain R System Return R System R

62

62

FRONT

L

L

1 61 7

1448

1 61 7

1448

RIGHT

S

S

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery

G Gas

S

Inlet

Drain

M Water

R System

Delivery

Return

S

S Drain R System S Return

Ø 350

Ø 350

309 L1

309 L1

LEFT

2310

2310

TOP

G

G

1 61 7

1448

1 61 7

1448

Ø 350

Ø 350

S

S

1002

1002

3 96 1 4 5 3 0 7 41 5

M

R

3 96 1 4 5 3 0 7 41 5

M

R

2310

2310

53

53

S

151 151

S

111 363 111 349363 349

948 948

974 974

G Gas Inlet M Water Delivery S Drain R System Return

Model Width L mm Depth P mm Height mm

Connections Flow

mm

Connections

Return mm

Gas Connections

mm

Flue Diameter

mm

MX150EXT 764 770 1150 64 (2 ½) 64 (2 ½) 50(2) 150*

MX200EXT 1032 770 1150 64 (2 ½) 64 (2 ½) 50(2) 150*

MX250EXT 1032 770 1150 64 (2 ½) 64 (2 ½) 50(2) 200

MX300EXT 1300 770 1150 64 (2 ½) 64 (2 ½) 50(2) 200

MX350EXT 1300 770 1150 64 (2 ½) 64 (2 ½) 50(2) 200

MX440EXT 1087 946 1448 100 (4) 100 (4) 80(3) 300

MX550EXT 1355 946 1448 100 (4) 100 (4) 80(3) 300

MX660EXT 1355 946 1448 100 (4) 100 (4) 80(3) 300

MX770EXT 1623 946 1448 100 (4) 100 (4) 80(3) 300

MX900EXT 1623 946 1448 100 (4) 100 (4) 80(3) 300

MX1000EXT 2025 974 1448 125 (5) 125 (5) 80(3) 350

MX1100EXT 2025 974 1448 125 (5) 125 (5) 80(3) 350

MX1200EXT 2025 974 1448 125 (5) 125 (5) 80(3) 350

*the flue connection adapter 150/200 is included in the boiler delivery

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Crown Plaza Hotel

4 x Modulex EXT 900kW

360 Collins St

4 x Modulex EXT 900kW

385 Bourke St

3 x Modulex EXT 900kW

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Blue Cross Aged Care

2 x Modulex EXT 350kW

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Collins Place

5 x Modulex EXT 900kW

IBM Building Melbourne

2 x Modulex EXT 350kW

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Moorea I

Condensing Boilers

125 – 610kW

The new floor standing condensing gas

boiler, Moorea I, represents the highest

evolution stage within the middle output

range of gas fired condensing boilers.

The continuous development of floor standing

condensing boilers has identified a smaller foot print,

improved modulation range and reduced operating

noise as key product features. Moorea I is improved in

all three areas.

Available in eight outputs; 170, 215, 260, 300, 400,

470, 540 and 610kW, the Moorea I is designed with the

customer, installer and specifier in mind. Using the

very latest heating technology with a heat exchanger

made from aluminium/silicon and a combustion

system which delivers exceptional energy efficiency as

well as advanced ultra low NOx performance of 35mg/

kWh (Class 5).

Integrated

Controller

Painted

Cover

Control

Panel

with LED

Screen

Variable

Speed Fan

Aluminium

Alloy Heat

Exchanger

Gas

Valve

Condensate

Recovery

Tank

Product Quick Check

Type

Condensing Premixed

Range

170-610kW

Efficiency 108% (Nett) 97.5% (Gross)

Fuel Type Natural Gas - all models

LPG - Models MR170I-MR300I only

Gas Approval Type Type B approved to AS3814

Outdoor option Yes

Modulation 1:6.25

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600kpa

Low Nox Yes

Building J Code

2019 Compliant

Yes

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Features

• Very high efficiency up to 108 %

• Wide modulation range

• No capacity constraints

• Low pollution discharges

• Small footprint & weight limits

• Install up to 16 boilers in cascade

• Very quiet operation

Advantages

• Outputs available from 125 to 610 kW

• Maximum energy utilisation

• Efficiency of up to 108% net (97.5% gross)

• High modulation range from 16% to 100% of nominal

output (6.25 to 1)

• Heat exchanger profile designed to ensure highly

efficient heat transfer

• Compact dimensions and small footprint

• Lightweight aluminium/silicon heat exchanger

• Top mounted hydraulic and flue connections revised

• Easier to connect and less space needed for

working access

• NOx 35mg/kWh

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Application Examples

Cascade without

booster pump

Not to be used if there are any

high temperature circuits 60/80

°C (no instant DHW) the motorised

2-channel valves isolate the boilers

when they are not operating. On

start up the boilers are blocked until

their respective isolating valves are

fully open. The Cascade function is

integrated and a BUS module just

needs to be added to each boiler

regulator.

Moorea I HTE

125-610

Hot Water Tank

Optimising the condensing

"Cold" returns are used more,

Thanks to the buffer tank, short

cycles at high temperature are made

smoother: loop losses, low drawing.

The time for the boiler to reach its

temperature is covered by the buffer

tank; the tank's contents must be at

least 2.5 l /kW of installed power at

high temperature.

Moorea I HTE

125-610

Primary Buffer Tank

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Performance Data

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Model

Output 50/30°C

kW Min/Max*

Net

Efficiency

50/30°C %

Output 80/60°C

kW Min/Max*

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C %

Nominal

Input MJ/

hr

Modulation

Ratio

Flow Rate

Min/Max

L/s**

Waterside

Pressure

Drop kPa

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

Kg

Power Supply

V/A/Hz

MR170I 29.8/181.3 106.8 26.8/165.8 97.6 675 1:6.08 2.03/4.06 4 34 255 240/0.833/50

MR215I 37.4/229.6 106.9 33.5/210.1 97.8 860 1:6.14 2.57/5.14 4 38 285 240/1.375/50

MR260I 44.9/278.1 107.1 40.2/254.5 98 998 1:6.19 3.11/6.21 4 45 305 240/1.458/50

MR300I 52.3/322.1 107.2 45.9/294.3 98.1 1176 1:6.16 3.58/7.17 4 53 340 240/1.708/50

MR400I 88.9/426 109.4 80.4/393.8 106.4 1565 1:4.79 4.78/9.56 10 73 540 240/1.929/50

MR470I 102.8/496.6 109.3 93.0/459.0 106.1 1839 1:4.83 5.61/11.23 12 84 598 240/2.429/50

MR540I 117.7/570.3 109.2 106.6/526.9 106.2 2113 1:4.85 6.45/12.9 12 97 636 240/3.291/50

MR610I 131.5/644.8 109.1 119.2/595.7 106.3 2386 1:4.90 7.29/14.57 13 108 674 240/3.125/50

* Output calculations based on Natural Gas

** Requested rated flow rate in l/s (Δt=20K) / Maximum flow rate in l/s (Δt=10K). Primary pump must be controlled by the boiler.

Dimensional Data

MR170I - MR300I (Indoor)

K

K

K

J

J

J

I

I

I

Front View

Side View

Back View

Top View

MR400I - MR610I (Indoor)

K

G

H

I

669

G 505

214

L M N

659

Front View

Side View

Back View

Top View

Model

A

Gas

Supply

B

Safety

Valve

C

Flue

mm

D

HHW Outlet/

Flow

E

HHW Inlet/

Return

F

Condensate

Drain mm

MR170I-I 1 ½” 1” Ø160 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 Ø25 401 301 134 687 1008 - - -

MR215I-I 1 ½” 1 ¼” Ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 Ø25 514 351 163 851 1171 - - -

MR260I-I 1 ½” 1 ¼” Ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 Ø25 607 351 163 944 1264 - - -

MR300I-I 1 ½” 1 ¼” Ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 Ø25 700 351 163 1037 1357 - - -

MR400I-I 2" 2" Ø250 DN 80 PN6 DN 80 PN6 Ø32 709 - - - 1882 642 798 442

MR470I-I 2" 2" Ø250 DN 80 PN6 DN 80 PN6 Ø32 1018 - - - 2192 642 1009 540

MR540I-I 2" 2" Ø250 DN 80 PN6 DN 80 PN6 Ø32 1018 - - - 2192 642 1009 540

MR610I-I 2" 2" Ø250 DN 80 PN6 DN 80 PN6 Ø32 1018 - - - 2192 642 1009 540

G

mm

H

mm

I

mm

J

mm

K

mm

L

mm

M

mm

N

mm

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MR170 - MR300 (Outdoor)

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Front View

Side View

Top View

MR400 - MR610 (Outdoor)

Front View

Side View

Top View

Model

A

Gas

Supply

B

Safety

Valve

C

Flue

mm

D

HHW Outlet/

Flow

E

HHW Inlet/

Return

F

Condensate

Drain mm

MR170I-O 1-1/2” 1” ø160 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 ø25 401 315 148 702 1036 - - -

MR215I-O 1-1/2” 1-1/4” ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 ø25 514 365 177 865 1199 - - -

MR260I-O 1-1/2” 1-1/4” ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 ø25 607 365 177 958 1292 - - -

MR300I-O 1-1/2” 1-1/4” ø200 DN 65 PN6 DN 65 PN6 ø25 700 365 177 1051 1385 - - -

MR400I-O 2” 2” ø250 80 DIN-6 80 DIN-6 ø32 709 524 234 1241 1920 662 798 461

MR470I-O 2” 2” ø250 80 DIN-6 80 DIN-6 ø32 1018 524 234 1551 2230 662 1010 559

MR540I-O 2” 2” ø250 80 DIN-6 80 DIN-6 ø32 1018 524 234 1551 2230 662 1010 559

MR610I-O 2” 2” ø250 80 DIN-6 80 DIN-6 ø32 1018 524 234 1551 2230 662 1010 559

G

mm

H

mm

I

mm

J

mm

K

mm

L

mm

M

mm

N

mm

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Case Studies

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

333 George St

Sydney

4 x Moorea 260kW

Calvary Bruce Hospital

Canberra

3 x Moorea 610kW

Clyde Hub

Sydney

2 x Moorea Outdoor Units

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420 Collins St

Melbourne

2 x Moorea 300kW

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Frankston Target

1 x Moorea 300kW

Ryde Hospital NSW

1 x Moorea 200kW

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Accessories - Condensing Boilers

Contents

Options & Accessories

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Duraflex Hydraulic Separators

See pg 268 for more information

Meridian Hydraulic Separators

See pg 268 for more information

Heat Exchangers

See pg 270 for more information

Stainless Steel Flue System

See pg 140 for more information

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Condensate Neutralisers

See pg 262 for more information

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Cascade Controller - to suit Meridian Boilers

AH240 - Touch Screen HMI 3.5” - Integrated Cascade Controller

System can be set-up in such a way as to have the following features;

• Stage PID Control of 8 x Boilers to maintain HHW Flow Temp.

• Lead/Lag rotation of boilers based on time.

• Fixed Setpoint, Set Point Reset from Outside Air or Night Setback

• Setpoint (Selectable)

• Remote Setpoint Input (0-10VDC) for setpoint signal by external BMS. (Selectable)

• System Initiation by Remote VFC (eg On/Off Switch, External BMS, etc),

• 365 Day Timeclock, Outside Air Temp. or Room Temp. (Selectable)

Suitable for no. of Water Heaters 2-4 2-4 5-8 9-12 4-8

Product Code SEQCON SEQCON1 SEQCON2 SEQCON3 SEQCON4

Touch Screen Control

Lead/Lag Control

Remote Setpoint Input (0-10VDC)

for Setpoint Signal by External


BMS

Outside Air Compensation

365 Day Time Clock *

Domestic Hot Water Control

Available


Delta T-Graph with Flow & Return

Water Temperature Display


*AH240 and PL1101A PLC

Outputs/BMS interaction

• Flow temperature

• Outside air temperature

• Which boilers are running

• What percentage of output

they are running at

• Adjustable setpoints

- Flow temperatures

- Outside air compensation

- Timeclock adjustments

- Boiler cycling (duty/

standby rotation)

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

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Conventional Boilers

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Conventional Boilers

The use of boilers is the most common form of central heating and

process heating throughout the world.

Forced draft boilers use a circular drum that allows the combustion of gas or oil which then exits

through tubes surrounded by water - transferring the heat. Atmospheric heaters use natural

draft to combust fuel by mixing the gas and air in a venturi. This then heats a cast iron or copper

tube filled with flowing water.

Arizona Steel Boilers

150-3500kW pg 116

XRE Sectional Cast Iron Boilers

150-1450kW pg 122

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Arizona

Conventional Steel Boilers

Standard and High Efficiency HR 150 – 3500kW

Arizona is a range of pressurised steel boilers suitable for use with

forced draft air burners running on diesel or gas. The Full Mild Steel

scotch marine construction unit comes equipped with fully modulating

power dual fuel or gas burner.

Note: control panel shown for illustrative purposes only and may not be used on actual boiler.

High efficiency HR Range

The Arizona High Efficiency HR range have an increased

efficiency of 5.0 % from the standard Arizona unit. They

feature special turbulators which increase the heating

surface of the boiler. These three pass wet back design

Arizona HR Boilers have the furnace back plate which is

continually cooled from the return water ensuring the most

amount of efficiency is reached on every application.

Arizona HR boilers are ideal for applications where

improved efficiency is a criteria without the need to

progress to a condensing boiler. The HR range sit

between standard boilers and condensing boilers in

operating efficiency.

Product Quick Check

Type

Steel Fire Tube

Range

150-3500kW

Efficiency Gross 83% (Standard)

Gross 87% Nett 95% (High Efficiency)

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG,

Dual Fuel (Natural Gas/LPG)

Gas Approval Type Type B approved to AS3814

Outdoor option Yes

Modulation up to 1:5

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600kpa

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Features and Advantages

Three Pass Performance - The Arizona is a high output

boiler made entirely of carbon steel to allow it to operate

at different powers within a set range. Arizona is a scotch

marine boiler featuring three combustion gas passes. The

cylindrical combustion chamber has a wet back, which

improves heat exchange between the combustion gases

and the water. The front door is lined with specially shaped

firebrick to make it easier for the combustion gas to enter

the tubes. The combustion gas passes through the tubes at

very high speed and turbulence, and into the rear smoke

chamber. The turbulence is accentuated by specially

designed turbofans that help increase heat exchange.

Anti Condensation - An exclusive system has been

implemented to prevent the formation of condensation.

The smoke tubes and turbo fins are specially designed

to guarantee a high and rapid heat exchange for the

combustible gases. The shape of the rear section of the

smoke tubes protects the welds by raising the temperature

in the area as far as possible.

Uniform Temperature Distribution - The internal panelling

has been designed to allow the water inside the boiler

to be distributed optimally and evenly, depending on the

temperature. This ensures maximum safety and reduces

scale deposits which reduce the surface area and make the

boiler less efficient.

Very Low Pressure Drop - The very low pressure drop

across the boilers allow for smaller primary pumps with

less head pressure required reducing the motor Kw’s

Australian Approved and Globally Recognised - All the

components are fully Australian approved and have proven

very successful in Europe and throughout the world.

Crane Lift Packages Available - Outdoor “crane-liftable”

versions available in all sizes.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

High Water Content - The High water content is ideal for

large systems with long operating hours.

Expansion - The firebox of the Arizona boiler is designed to

expand to increase the elasticity of the entire structure and

enable it to withstand stress better.

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Performance Data

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Standard Efficiency

Product

Code

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C %

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Burner

Selection

Modulation

Ratio

Flow

Rate

l/s

Waterside

Pressure

Drop

(ΔT=12°C)

kPa

Combustion

Side Pressure

Drop mbar

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

Kg

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

AS150 150 92.02 650 NG200 up to 1:5 1.79 1.4 1.2 172 346 240/0.75/50

AS200 200 91.74 870 NG280 up to 1:5 2.39 1.5 1.9 172 346 240/1.04/50

AS250 250 91.91 1090 NG350 up to 1:5 2.99 1.5 2 220 431 240/1.54/50

AS300 300 92.31 1300 NG400 up to 1:5 3.58 1.6 2 300 475 240/1.54/50

AS350 350 92.11 1520 NG550 up to 1:5 4.18 1.8 2.9 356 542 240/2.58/50

AS400 400 92.38 1750 NG550 up to 1:5 4.78 2 4.1 360 584 240/2.58/50

AS500 500 92.25 2170 P61 up to 1:5 5.97 2.2 4.2 540 853 415/1.53/50

AS620 620 92.26 2690 P65 up to 1:5 7.41 2.7 6.4 645 963 415/2.09/50

AS750 750 92.25 3250 P71 up to 1:5 8.96 2.5 5.2 855 1205 415/3.06/50

AS850 850 92.29 3690 P71 up to 1:5 10.15 2.7 7.2 855 1205 415/3.06/50

AS950 950 92.23 4120 P71 up to 1:5 11.35 3.2 5.2 950 1417 415/3.06/50

AS1020 1020 92.22 4430 P71 up to 1:5 12.18 2.6 4 1200 1843 415/3.06/50

AS1200 1200 92.24 5200 R75A-1 up to 1:5 14.33 3 5.5 1200 1843 415/4.17/50

AS1300 1300 92.26 5640 R75A-1 up to 1:5 15.53 3.2 6.5 1200 1843 415/4.17/50

AS1400 1400 92.29 6070 R75A-1 up to 1:5 16.72 2.8 6.5 1500 2600 415/4.17/50

AS1600 1600 92.33 6930 R75A-1 up to 1:5 19.11 3.2 6.5 1500 2600 415/4.17/50

AS1800 1800 92.31 7800 R91A up to 1:5 21.50 3.7 7 1650 2750 415/5.56/50

AS2000 2000 92.29 8660 R93A up to 1:5 23.89 3.5 6 2000 3650 415/10.43/50

AS2400 2400 92.31 10400 R93A up to 1:5 28.67 4 7.5 2300 3900 415/10.43/50

AS3000 3000 92.31 13000 R512A up to 1:5 35.83 4.9 8 3150 5200 415/12.8/50

AS3500 3500 92.30 15200 R512A up to 1:5 41.81 6 9 3650 5700 415/12.8/50

Maximum operating pressure 500kPa. Higher pressure boilers available.

Larger Boiler sizes available. Available as Dual Fuel (Natural Gas/LPG, Natural Gas/Light Oil)

HR High Efficiency

Product

Code

Output

80/60°C

kW

Net

Efficiency

80/60°C %

Nominal

Input MJ/

hr

Burner

Selection

Modulation

Ratio

Flow

Rate

L/S

Waterside

Pressure

Drop

(ΔT=12°C)

kPa

Combustion

Side Pressure

Drop mbar

Total

Water

Volume

litres

Dry

Weight

Kg

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

AS150HR 150 95.06 568.08 NG200 up to 1:5 1.79 1.4 1.3 172 356.5 240/0.75/50

AS200HR 200 95.4 756 NG280 up to 1:5 2.39 1.5 2.2 172 356.5 240/1.04/50

AS250HR 250 94.88 948.6 NG350 up to 1:5 2.99 1.5 2.4 220 442 240/1.54/50

AS300HR 300 95.09 1,135.80 NG400 up to 1:5 3.58 1.6 2.4 300 488.5 240/1.54/50

AS350HR 350 95.37 1,321.20 NG550 up to 1:5 4.18 1.8 3.4 356 558 240/2.58/50

AS400HR 400 95.24 1,512.00 NG550 up to 1:5 4.78 2 4.7 360 599.5 240/2.58/50

AS500HR 500 95.42 1,886.40 P61 up to 1:5 5.97 2.2 4.8 540 870.5 415/1.53/50

AS620HR 620 95.53 2,336.40 P65 up to 1:5 7.41 2.7 7.3 645 980.5 415/2.09/50

AS750HR 750 95.42 2,829.60 P71 up to 1:5 8.96 2.5 5.8 855 1229.5 415/3.06/50

AS850HR 850 95.4 3,207.60 P71 up to 1:5 10.15 2.7 8 855 1229.5 415/3.06/50

AS950HR 950 95.25 3,589.20 P71 up to 1:5 11.35 3.2 5.9 950 1445.5 415/3.06/50

AS1020HR 1020 95.42 3,848.40 P71 up to 1:5 12.18 2.6 4.5 1200 1880 415/3.06/50

AS1200HR 1200 95.31 4,532.40 R75A-1 up to 1:5 14.33 3 6.2 1200 1880 415/4.17/50

AS1300HR 1300 95.31 4,910.40 R75A-1 up to 1:5 15.53 3.2 7.3 1200 1880 415/4.17/50

AS1400HR 1400 95.37 5,284.80 R75A-1 up to 1:5 16.72 2.8 6.6 1500 2665 415/4.17/50

AS1600HR 1600 95.52 6,030.00 R75A-1 up to 1:5 19.11 3.2 7.1 1500 2665 415/4.17/50

AS1800HR 1800 95.49 6,786.00 R91A up to 1:5 21.50 3.7 7.6 1650 2815 415/5.56/50

AS2000HR 2000 95.51 7,538.40 R93A up to 1:5 23.89 3.5 6.6 2000 3730 415/10.43/50

AS2400HR 2400 95.31 9,064.80 R93A up to 1:5 28.67 4 8.1 2300 3980 415/10.43/50

AS3000HR 3000 95.48 11,311.20 R512A up to 1:5 35.83 4.9 8.6 3150 5306 415/12.8/50

AS3500HR 3500 95.37 13,212.00 R512A up to 1:5 41.81 6 9.6 3650 5806 415/12.8/50

Maximum operating pressure 600kPa. Higher pressure boilers available.

Larger Boiler sizes available. Available as Dual Fuel (Natural Gas/LPG, Natural Gas/Light Oil)

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Dimensional Data

Arizona 150-1300kW

241

Ø b

Ø c

Legend

N1 Boiler Supply

N2 Boiler Return

N3 1/2” connection for

additional equipment

N4 Drain

N5 Safety valve/s connection

N6 1/2” bulb-holding well

N8 1/2” inspection well

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Dimensional N1 Boiler supply Data applies to Standard and High Efficiency HR Models

N2 Boiler return

N3 1/2" connection for additional equipment

N4 Model Connection for system H loading/unloading H1 H2 H4 H6 H10 L L2 P P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Øb Øc N1 N2 N4 N5

N5 Safety valve/s connection

N6 AS150 1/2" bulb-holding 1080 well 905 440 961 440 54.5 800 750 1364 1000 513 475 452 200-250 160 250 50 50 1 -

N8 1/2" inspection well

AS200 1080 905 440 961 440 54.5 800 750 1364 1000 513 475 452 200-250 160 250 50 50 1 -

AS250 1080 905 440 961 440 54.5 800 750 1614 1250 513 725 376 200-250 160 250 50 50 1 -

AS300 1180 1005 490 1061 490 54.5 900 850 1614 1295 523 700 467 200-250 180 250 65 65 1 -

AS350 1180 1005 490 1061 490 54.5 900 850 1864 1500 523 980 437 200-250 180 250 65 65 1 -

AS400 1190 1015 500 1095 500 50 940 890 1872 1502 600 850 422 230-280 225 250 80 80 1 1-1/4

AS500 1380 1205 610 1285 610 60 1160 1110 1946 1502 663 850 437 270-320 225 300 80 80 1-1/4 1-1/4

AS620 1380 1205 610 1285 610 60 1160 1110 2235 1792 663 1150 427 270-320 225 300 80 80 1-1/4 1-1/4

AS750 1510 1335 675 1417 675 60 1290 1240 2247 1753 704 1100 451 270-320 280 350 100 100 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS850 1510 1335 675 1417 675 60 1290 1240 2247 1753 704 1100 451 270-320 280 350 100 100 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS950 1510 1335 675 1417 675 60 1290 1240 2497 2003 704 1200 596 270-320 280 350 100 100 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS1020 1660 1485 750 1568 750 60 1440 1390 2477 2003 704 1200 596 270-320 280 400 125 125 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS1200 1660 1485 750 1568 750 60 1440 1390 2477 2003 704 1200 596 270-320 280 400 125 125 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS1300 1660 1485 750 1568 750 60 1440 1390 2477 2003 704 1200 596 270-320 280 400 125 125 1-1/4 1-1/2

Arizona 1400-3500kW

Legend

N1 Boiler Supply

N2 Boiler Return

N3 1” connection for

additional equipment

N4 Drain

N5 Safety valve/s connection

N6 1/2” bulb-holding well

N8 1/2” inspection well

Ø b

Ø c

Dimensional Data applies to Standard and High Efficiency HR Models

N1 Boiler supply

N2 Boiler return

Model H H1 H2

N3 1" connection for additional equipment

H4 H6 H10 L L2 P P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 Øb Øc N1 N2 N4 N5

N4 AS1400 Connection 1746 for system 1630 loading/unloading 880 880 150 1470 1270 2886 2300 831 1300 755 350-400 320 400 150 150 1-1/4 1-1/2

N5 AS1600 Safety valve/s 1746 connection 1630 880 880 150 1470 1270 2886 2300 831 1300 755 350-400 320 400 150 150 1-1/4 1-1/2

N6 1/2" bulb-holding well

AS1800 1746 1630 880 880 150 1470 1270 3096 2510 771 1850 475 450-500 320 400 150 150 1-1/4 1-1/2

N8 1/2" inspection well

AS2000 1876 1760 945 945 150 1600 1400 3220 2510 903 1550 767 450-500 360 500 200 200 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS2400 1876 1760 945 945 150 1600 1400 3480 2770 903 1950 627 450-500 360 500 200 200 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS3000 2146 2030 1080 1080 150 1870 1670 3480 2770 903 2050 527 450-500 400 550 200 200 1-1/4 1-1/2

AS3500 2146 2030 1080 1080 150 1870 1670 3935 3225 903 2050 982 450-500 400 550 200 200 1-1/4 1-1/2

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Case Studies

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

The Age Building

Melbourne

2 x Arizona Boiler

Central Park /

Frasers Property

Sydney

3 x Arizona 2000kW

SAHMRI

Adelaide

3 x Arizona 750kW

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Chadstone

Shopping Centre

Thermal Plant

2 x Arizona 2400kW

1 x Arizona 1200kW

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Hoyts Cinema Complex

2 x Arizona 620kW

Bio Science

3 x Arizona 1200kW

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Contents

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

XRE

Cast Iron Sectional Boilers

150 – 1450kW

Note: control panel shown for illustrative purposes only and may not be used on actual boiler.

XRE Cast Iron Sectional Boilers, being of modular construction, are ideal

for retrofitting into plant rooms with limited access as they are supplied

unassembled and can fit through a standard doorway. They are able to

be fitted with either oil, gas or Low NOx burners.

The XRE provides high energy output whilst offering

significant energy savings and reduced environmental

impact. It is ideally suited to underfloor heating

applications.

Exchange surface are arranged in parallel streams for

higher performance and the crossed girder construction

ensures excellent distribution of mechanical forces.

The large heat exchange surface in the combustion

chamber allows better and more efficient exchanger/

burner combinations. XRE boilers display high combustion

efficiency of up to 83% depending on configuration.

Increased insulation results in a remarkable reduction

in heat losses and energy consumption. Double layers of

100mm glass wool let the boiler operate efficiently and

quietly for your peace of mind.

The XRE has been designed for ease of installation and

problem free maintenance. Hinged door and reversible door

hatch provide easy access. For low temperature operation

modulated down to 40°C.

Product Quick Check

Type

Cast Iron Sectional

Range

105-335kW (XRE3)

390-780kW (XRE4)

695-1450kW (XRE5)

Efficiency Gross 83%

Fuel Type Natural Gas, LPG,

Dual Fuel (Natural Gas/LPG)

Gas Approval Type Type B approved to AS3814

Outdoor option Yes

Modulation up to 1:10

Cascadeable Yes

Max Pressure 600 kPa

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XRE3 105 - 330kW

Performance Data

Product

Code

Output

80/60°C kW

Nominal

Input MJ/hr

Burner

Selection

Modulation

Ratio

Waterside

pressure loss

at Δ t = 15

KkPa

Flow Rate

(ΔT 15K) l/s

Combustion

Side Pressure

Drop mbar

Total Water

Volume

litres

Dry Weight

Kg

Power

Supply

V/A/Hz

XRE34 130 560 GS140 up to 1:3 0.5 2.1 0.3 102 620 240/0.75/50

XRE35 169 730 GS200 up to 1:3 0.9 2.7 0.6 120 740 240/0.75/50

XRE36 210 910 GS280 up to 1:3 1.5 3.3 1.1 140 850 240/1.04/50

XRE37 249 1080 GS350 up to 1:3 2.1 4.0 1.6 160 985 240/1.54/50

XRE38 291 1260 GS400 up to 1:3 3.0 4.6 2.2 182 1110 240/1.54/50

XRE39 338 1460 GS550 up to 1:3 5.0 5.4 2.5 204 1230 240/2.58/50

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Dimensional Data

Model A B C Y P ØD

XRE34 995 900 750 292 595 180

XRE35 1165 1070 920 292 765 180

XRE36 1335 1240 1090 292 935 180

XRE37 1505 1410 1260 292 1105 180

XRE38 1675 1580 1430 292 1275 200

XRE39 1845 1750 1600 292 1445 200

All measurements in mm

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XRE4 390 - 780kW

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Performance Data

Product

Code

Output

80/60°C

kW

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Burner

Selection

Modulation

Ratio

Waterside

pressure loss at

Δ t = 15 K kPa

Flow

Rate

(ΔT 15K)

l/s

Combustion Side

Pressure Drop

mbar

Total Water

Volume litres

Dry Weight Kg

Power Supply

V/A/Hz

XRE408 390 1712 NG550 up to 1:3 2.00 6.2 1.1 370 1805 240/2.58/50

XRE409 450 1975 P61 up to 1:5 2.70 7.1 1.5 412 2075 415/1.53/50

XRE410 540 2370 P61 up to 1:5 3.70 8.6 2 455 2240 415/1.53/50

XRE411 600 2634 P65 up to 1:5 4.70 9.5 2.5 500 2460 415/2.09/50

XRE412 670 2940 P65 up to 1:5 6.25 10.6 2.5 542 2640 415/2.09/50

XRE413 720 3160 P65 up to 1:5 7.85 11.4 2.5 585 2880 415/2.09/50

XRE414 780 3424 P71 up to 1:5 11.00 12.4 2.5 630 3060 415/3.06/50

Dimensional Data

540

291 44

30

240

680

(1)

1740

L000056-B

Mk Tapp

Heati

Heati

Rp 2

Sludg

Ø Rp

Integ

Model

ØA ext

ØB

inch

ØC D E J L S

XRE408 250 2-1/2 z 235 1427 1800 1505 1183

XRE409 250 2-1/2 * 235 1427 1950 1665 1343

XRE410 250 2-1/2 * 235 1427 2120 1825 1503

XRE411 300 3 * 254 1447 2305 1985 1663

Legend

Mk Tapped Connection

1 Heating outlet - weld

2 Heating inlet - weld

3 Rp 2 draining outlet

4 Sludge removal hole Ø Rp 2 1/2 - plugged

5 Integrated flow switch

XRE412 300 3 * 254 1447 2465 2145 1823

XRE413 300 3 * 254 1447 2625 2305 1983

XRE414 300 3 * 254 1447 2785 2465 2143

All measurements in mm unless specified otherwise.

* Plate intact or pre-drilled to the diameter specificed on order.

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XRE - Conventional Boilers

XRE5 695 – 1450kW

Performance Data

Product

Code

Output

80/60°C

kW

Nominal

Input

MJ/hr

Burner

Selection

Modulation

Ratio*

Waterside

pressure

loss at Δ t =

15 K kPa

Flow Rate

(ΔT 15K) l/s

Combustion

Side Pressure

Drop mbar

Total Water

Volume litres

Dry Weight

Kg

Power Supply

V/A/Hz

XRE514 812 3550 P71 up to 1:5 3.00 12.9 2.30 655 3170 415/3.06/50

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

XRE515 870 3820 P71 up to 1:5 3.47 13.8 2.40 695 3365 415/3.06/50

XRE516 928 4075 P71 up to 1:5 1.17 14.7 2.50 732 3565 415/3.06/50

XRE517 986 4328 P71 up to 1:5 1.35 15.7 2.60 770 3760 415/3.06/50

XRE518 1044 4585 P71 up to 1:5 1.40 16.6 2.70 810 3960 415/3.06/50

XRE519 1102 4840 P71 up to 1:5 1.85 17.5 2.85 850 4130 415/3.06/50

XRE520 1160 5090 P71-1 up to 1:5 2.15 18.4 3.00 905 4350 415/3.06/50

XRE521 1218 5345 P71-1 up to 1:5 2.40 19.3 3.10 945 4540 415/3.06/50

XRE522 1276 5600 R75A-1 up to 1:5 2.65 20.3 3.20 985 4740 415/4.17/50

XRE523 1334 5856 R75A-1 up to 1:5 2.90 21.2 3.30 1020 4930 415/4.17/50

XRE524 1400 6110 R75A-1 up to 1:5 3.20 22.2 3.40 1060 5110 415/4.17/50

XRE525 1450 6365 R75A-1 up to 1:5 3.50 23.0 3.50 1095 5297 415/4.17/50

Maximum operating pressure 600kPa. *Higher modulation available if required

Dimensional Data

Legend

1 Heating outlet ØE (to be welded)

2 Heating inlet ØE (to be welded)

3 Draining Rp 3/4

4 Flow switch detector

5 Min. height for

maintenance = 850mm

Model A B C D ØE ØF G H K

XRE514 1674 1744 1488 217 139.7 400 - -2 10

XRE515 1785 1744 1488 188 139.7 400 150 -31 -19

XRE516 1896 1966 1488 189 139.7 400 150 -30 -18

XRE517 2007 1966 1488 210 139.7 400 370 -9 3

XRE518 2118 2188 1504 236 159 400 370 -8 4

XRE519 2229 2188 1504 257 159 400 370 13 25

Model A B C D ØE ØF G H K

XRE520 2380 2450 1504 208 159 400 650 -36 -24

XRE521 2491 2450 1504 209 159 * 650 -35 -23

XRE522 2602 2672 1504 230 159 * 650 -14 -2

XRE523 2713 2672 1504 231 159 * 980 -13 -1

XRE524 2824 2894 1504 252 159 * 980 8 20

XRE525 2935 2894 1504 253 159 * 980 9 21

All measurements in mm

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Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Gas, Dual Fuel

& Oil Burners

Continued investment in research and development ensures our burners

deliver optimised performance and minimum ecological impact.

Our burners can be equipped with the most modern automatic mechanical or electronic

modulation systems that maintain the correct gas/air ratio. In this way, the burner’s thermal load

is adapted with precision to the need for heat in every moment of operation in order to guarantee

optimised output at every point in combustion.

Enterprise Natural Gas Burners pg 128

Enterprise Light Oil Burners pg 135 Enterprise Dual Fuel Burners pg 136

LMV Electronic Burner Control pg 137

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

35 - 8,000kW

The Enterprise natural gas burners cover a firing range from 35kW to

10,000kW and are suitable for small, medium and large applications.

The Enterprise burners are designed to be aesthetic

and functional but at the same time gives prominence to

innovative technologies; in fact all components can be fitted

onto a backing plate which can be moved and attached

to special fixings within the burner to make maintenance

easier.

The models can be supplied for operations as follows:

• TN: On / Off • AB: High / Low

• PR: Progressive • MD: Modulating

Low NOx models

Enterprise gas burners are also available in Low NOx

models.

Our low NOx burners benefit from the installation of an

innovative combustion head that re-distributes the gaseous

element according to different weights and in a negative

pressure zone, which allows a portion of the combusted

gases to re-circulate

Enterprise burners feature a high performance combustion

head which ensures safety and increased efficiency. These

units also feature simplified maintenance through convenient

access to essential areas. A cam driven by the modulating

motor ensures a smooth transition from low to high fire.

Low NOx burner combustion head

Modbus OCI-412

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners - Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

Enterprise Natural Gas Burners 20kW - 85kW

Performance Data

Back Pressure in combustion chamber (mbar)

NG35 TN

NG70 TN

NG70 AB

NG90 TN

NG90 AB

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Output (kW)

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

W

Gas Train Diameter

inch

NG 35.TN.15 20 41 240/50 75 1/2

NG 70.TN.15 30 70 240/50 100 1/2

NG 70.AB.15 19 68 240/50 100 1/2

NG 90.TN.15 40 85 240/50 100 3/4

NG 90.TN.20 40 85 240/50 100 3/4

NG 90.AB.15 22 85 240/50 100 3/4

NG 90.AB.20 22 85 240/50 100 3/4

Valve train sizes may vary according to specified gas pressure.

Dimensional Data

Model A B min/max C min/max D E F G H K J L

NG35 338 78/100 240/262 269 14 255 Ø80 Ø95 145 86 194

NG70 365 78/91 274/287 304 14 291 Ø80 Ø95 145 - 218

NG90 365 66 299 304 14 291 Ø80 Ø95 145 99 218

Model M N O min/max P Q min/max R min/max S T U min/max V W X

NG35 M8 155 96/120 112 258 91/113 167 6 45/67 94 400 266

NG70 M8 155 96/120 112 271/284 105/118 167 2 - - 438 291

NG90 M8 155 96/120 112 292/363 125/196 167 2 - - 438 291

All measurements in mm.

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners 60kW - 200kW

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Performance Data

Back Pressure in combustion chamber (mbar)

NG120 TN

NG140 TN

NG200 TN

NG200 AB-PR-MD

NG140 AB-PR-MD

Output (kW)

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

W

Gas Train Diameter

inch

NG 120.TN.20 60 120 240/50 180 3/4

NG 140.TN.20 60 170 240/50 180 3/4

NG 140.TN.25 60 170 240/50 180 1

NG 140.AB.20 35 170 240/50 180 3/4

NG 140.AB.25 35 170 240/50 180 1

NG 200.TN.20 85 200 240/50 180 3/4

NG 200.TN.25 85 200 240/50 180 1

NG 200.AB.20 42 200 240/50 180 3/4

NG 200.AB.25 42 200 240/50 180 1

Valve train sizes may vary according to specified gas pressure.

Dimensional Data

Q min/max

R min/max

S

Y

W

J

X

G

K

P

M

L

B min

O max

O min

K

H

P

N

D

T

O min

B max

C min/max

O max

A

Model

A

B

min/max

C

min/max

D G H J K L M N

O

min/max

P

Q

min/max

R

min/max

S T W X Y

NG120 560 85/170 390/475 373 101 128 158 188 245 M8 188 108/158 133 376/461 201/286 175 32 537 340 108

NG140 560 85/170 390/475 373 101 128 158 188 245 M8 188 108/158 133 420/506 201/286 220 32 560 340 108

NG200 560 85/170 390/475 373 117 137 158 188 245 M8 188 108/158 133 376/461 201/286 175 32 537 340 108

All measurements in mm.

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners - Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

Enterprise Natural Gas Burners 95kW - 570kW

Performance Data

Back-pressure in combustion chamber (mbar)

NG280 AB

NG280 TN

NG350 PR

NG350 TN

NG400 PR

NG400 TN

NG550 PR

NG550 TN

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Power (kW)

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Dimensional Data

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

W

Gas Train Diameter

inch

NG280.TN 95 300 240/50 250 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2

NG280.AB 65 300 240/50 250 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2

NG350.TN 115 330 240/50 370 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2

NG350.PR 80 330 240/50 370 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2

NG350.MD 80 330 240/50 370 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2

NG400.TN 185 420 240/50 450 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2,2

NG400.PR 115 420 240/50 450 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2,2

NG400.MD 115 420 240/50 450 1, 1-1/4, 1-1/2,2

NG550.TN 245 570 240/50 620 1-1/4. 1-1/2,2

NG550.PR 160 570 240/50 620 1-1/4. 1-1/2,2

NG550.MD 160 570 240/50 620 1-1/4. 1-1/2,2

Valve train sizes may vary according to specified gas pressure.

Model A B C F G H J K1 K2 M N

O

min/max

P Q R S T X Y

NG280 732 162.5 570 396 117 137 348 215 223 M10 219 131/179 155 541 366 175 128 491 108

NG350 748 178 570 396 125 164 348 215 223 M10 219 131/179 155 541 366 175 89 491 144

NG400 768 198 570 396 144 164 348 215 223 M10 219 131/179 155 541 366 175 89 491 144

NG550 893 198 570 396 144 164 348 215 223 M10 247 131/179 155 541 366 175 89 491 144

All measurements in mm.

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CONDENSING &

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners 160kW - 2050kW

Performance Data

Back-pressure in combustion chamber (mbar)

P61 AB-PR-MD

P65 AB-PR-MD

P71 AB-PR-MD..0.xx

P71 AB-PR-MD..1.xx

R75A AB-PR-MD

Power (kW)

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

kW

Gas Train Diameter

inch

P61 160 800 415/50 1.1 2-2-1/2

P65 270 970 415/50 1.5 2-2-1/2

P71 300 1200 415/50 2.2 2-2-1/2-3

P71.1 300 1650 415/50 2.2 2-2-1/2-3

R75A 320 2050 415/50 3 2-2-1/2-3

Dimensional Data

BB

CC

Y

AA

Z

G

J

L

W

U

E

D

F

B

R

S

Q

C

A

V

K

K

P

P

P60

N

H

P65, P72, 73A

N

H

O Min.

O Max.

M

Boiler drilling

O

Burner flange

M

Boiler drilling

O Min.

O Max.

Burner flange

Type Model AS AL AA B(S*) B(L*) BB C CC D E F G H J K L M N O min/max P Q R S U V W Y Z

P61 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.32 1079 1169 99 343 433 314 736 298 812 500 312 184 204 210 240 344 M10 269 190 190 190 341 112 229 444 - 464 162 120

P61 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.40 1079 1169 99 343 433 314 736 298 812 500 312 184 204 210 240 344 M10 269 190 190 190 439 112 327 444 - 464 162 120

P61 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.50 1079 1169 99 343 433 314 736 298 812 500 312 184 204 210 240 344 M10 269 190 190 190 447 112 335 444 - 464 162 120

P61 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.65 1079 1169 99 343 433 314 736 298 997 685 312 184 204 250 240 420 M10 269 190 190 190 515 112 403 540 313 540 162 120

P65 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.40 1129 1219 130 326 416 373 803 316 900 568 332 184 218 208 300 376 M10 330 216 250 233 457 130 327 519 - 531 198 155

P65 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.50 1129 1219 130 326 416 373 803 316 900 568 332 184 218 208 300 376 M10 330 216 250 233 465 130 335 519 - 531 198 155

P65 M-.xx.x.IT.A.0.65 1129 1219 130 326 416 373 803 316 998 666 332 184 218 275 300 393 M10 330 216 250 233 533 130 403 565 313 548 198 155

P71 M-.xx.x.IT.A.1.40 1188 1298 130 385 495 373 803 316 1026 694 332 234 264 208 300 376 M10 330 216 250 233 457 130 327 519 - 531 198 155

P71 M-.xx.x.IT.A.1.50 1188 1298 130 385 495 373 803 316 1026 694 332 234 264 208 300 376 M10 330 216 250 233 465 130 335 519 - 531 198 155

P71 M-.xx.x.IT.A.1.65 1188 1298 130 385 495 373 803 316 1104 772 332 234 264 275 300 393 M10 330 216 250 233 533 130 403 565 313 548 198 155

P71 M-.xx.x.IT.A.1.80 1188 1298 130 385 495 373 803 316 1106 774 332 234 264 275 300 407 M10 330 216 250 233 574 130 444 565 344 562 198 155

R75A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1429 - 138 503 - 374 926 330 1062 700 362 254 270 229 300 420 M10 330 216 250 233 465 130 335 525 - 575 210 155

R75A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1429 - 138 503 - 374 926 330 1139 777 362 254 270 296 300 420 M10 330 216 250 233 533 130 403 570 313 575 210 155

R75A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1429 - 138 503 - 374 926 330 1141 779 362 254 270 296 300 428 M10 330 216 250 233 574 130 444 570 344 583 210 155

All measurements in mm.

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Enterprise Natural Gas Burners - Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

Enterprise Natural Gas Burners 480kW - 8000kW

Performance Data

R91A PR-MD

R92A PR-MD

R93A PR-MD

R512A PR-MD

R515A PR-MD

R520A PR-MD

R525A PR-MD

Back-pressure in combustion chamber (mbar)

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Power (kW)

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

kW

Gas Train Diameter

inch

R91A 480 2670 415/50 4 2

R92A 480 3050 415/50 5.5 2

R93A 550 4100 415/50 7.5 2

R512A 600 4500 415/50 9.2 2

R515A 770 5200 415/50 11 2

R520A 1000 6400 415/50 15 2

R525A 2000 8000 415/50 18.5 2

Dimensional Data

R91A, R92A, R93A

B

AA

A

C

P

K

O max

øH

N

M

O min

O max

R

Q

S

V

Suggested

boiler drilling

Burner

flange

Type Model A AA AN B BB C CC D E F G H J K L M N O min/max P Q R S U V W Y Z

R91A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1495 135 550 490 441 1005 507 1160 765 435 265 295 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 532 148 384 624 190 649 228 185

R91A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1495 135 564 490 441 1005 507 1406 971 435 265 295 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 632 148 484 846 292 649 228 185

R91A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1495 135 579 490 441 1005 507 1437 1002 435 265 295 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 683 148 535 875 313 649 228 185

R91A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1495 135 592 490 441 1005 507 1520 1085 435 265 295 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 790 148 642 942 353 649 228 185

R92A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1495 135 550 490 441 1005 507 1160 725 435 269 299 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 532 148 384 624 190 649 228 185

R92A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1495 135 564 490 441 1005 507 1406 971 435 269 299 442 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 632 148 484 846 292 649 228 185

R92A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1495 135 579 490 441 1005 507 1437 1002 435 269 299 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 683 148 535 875 313 649 228 185

R92A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1495 135 592 490 441 1005 507 1520 1859 435 269 299 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 790 148 642 942 353 649 228 185

R93A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1500 135 550 495 493 1005 507 1160 725 435 304 344 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 532 148 384 624 190 649 228 185

R93A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1500 135 564 495 493 1005 507 1406 971 435 304 344 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 632 148 484 846 292 649 228 185

R93A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1500 135 579 495 493 1005 507 1520 1002 435 304 344 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 683 148 535 875 313 649 228 185

R93A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1500 135 592 495 493 1005 507 1160 1085 435 304 344 447 360 464 M12 424 280 310 300 790 148 642 942 353 649 228 185

All measurements in mm.

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Dimensional Data

R512A, R515A, R520A, R525A

CONDENSING &

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C C

B

AD

AA

A

C

M

U

E

D

F

R

Q

S

V

Suggested

boiler drilling

Burner flange

Type Model A AA AD AN B BB C CC D E F G H J K L M N O P Q R S U V W Y Z

R512A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1683 220 35 595 530 517 1153 532 1590 946 644 340 380 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 763 149 614 845 190 764 328 270

R512A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1683 220 35 611 530 517 1153 532 1613 969 644 340 380 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 636 149 487 845 292 764 328 270

R512A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1683 220 35 626 530 517 1153 532 1645 1002 644 340 380 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 687 149 538 875 313 764 328 270

R512A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1683 220 35 595 530 517 1153 532 1726 1082 644 340 380 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 791 149 642 942 353 764 328 270

R515A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1683 220 35 595 530 517 1153 532 1590 946 644 380 420 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 763 149 614 845 190 764 328 270

R515A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1683 220 35 611 530 517 1153 532 1613 969 644 380 420 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 636 149 487 845 292 764 328 270

R515A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1683 220 35 626 530 517 1153 532 1645 1002 644 380 420 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 687 149 538 875 313 764 328 270

R515A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1683 220 35 639 530 517 1153 532 1726 1082 644 380 420 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 791 149 642 942 353 764 328 270

R520A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.50 1683 220 35 595 530 517 1153 532 1590 946 644 400 440 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 755 149 614 844 190 764 328 270

R520A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.65 1683 220 35 611 530 517 1153 532 1613 669 644 400 440 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 636 149 487 845 292 764 328 270

R520A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.80 1683 220 35 626 530 517 1153 532 1645 1002 644 400 440 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 687 149 538 875 313 764 328 270

R520A M-.xx.S.IT.A.1.100 1683 220 35 639 530 517 1153 532 1726 1082 644 400 440 494 540 494 M14 552 390 390 791 149 642 942 353 764 328 270

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Enterprise Light Oil Burners - Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

Enterprise Light Oil Burners

21 - 4,100kW

The Enterprise light oil burners cover a

firing range from 21kW to 4,100kW and are

suitable for small and medium applications.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Combustion air can be easily set by the adjusting screw

without removing the cover. The cover, easily removable, is

heat resistant (ABS material).

The burner is designed to be aesthetic and functional but at

the same time gives prominence to innovative technologies;

in fact all components can be fitted into a backing plate

which can be moved and attached to special fixings within

the burner to make maintenance easier.

The models can be supplied for operations as follows:

• TN: On / Off

• AB: High / Low

• PR: Progressive

• MD: Modulating

Enterprise burners feature a high performance combustion

head which ensures safety and increased efficiency to

minimise environmental impact. These units also feature

simplified maintenance through convenient access to

essential areas.

Performance Data

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

W

Light Oil Consumption

Rate Kg/h min/max

LO 35.TN 21 41 240/50 75 1.8/3.5

LO 60.AB 25 60 240/50 100 2.0/5.0

LO 90.TN 40 85 240/50 150 3.0/7.0

LO 90.AB 24 85 240/50 150 2.0/7.0

LO140.TN 80 160 240/50 180 16/35

LO140.AB 38 160 240/50 180 9.7/35

LO200.TN 80 200 240/50 180 17/47

LO200.AB 38 200 240/50 180 13/47

LO280.TN 70 310 240/50 250 16/35

LO400.TN 195 420 240/50 370 16/35

LO400.AB 115 420 240/50 370 9.7/35

LO550.TN 200 560 240/50 620 17/47

LO550.AB 160 560 415/50 620 13/47

PG 60.AB 145 698 415/50 1100 12.5/60

PG 60.PR 151 791 415/50 1100 13/68

PG70.XX 291 1047 415/50 2200 25/90

PG81.XX 264 1900 415/50 3000 40/135

PG91 1047 2093 415/50 4000 -

PG91 698 2093 415/50 4000 -

PG92 849 2558 415/50 5500 -

PG93 550 4100 415/50 7500 -

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Enterprise Dual Fuel Burners

35 - 13,000kW

The Enterprise dual fuel range are suitable

for use with either natural gas/LPG or

natural gas/light oil. This range of burners

cover a firing range from 35kW to 13,000kW.

These burners have been carefully designed to provide

maximum efficiency with either gas or light oil. Fuel change

over is achieved by the “flick of a switch” which prompts

the burner to carry out a controlled shutdown. The high

performance fuel pump is driven by a separate motor and

only operates when oil firing operation is selected.

The compact dimensions of these units greatly simplify

maintenance. They all feature an aluminium die cast

housing, an easily removed cover and a grill on the air

inlet to prevent foreign materials being drawn into the fan.

The combustion head is adjusted by means of a graduated

screw.

Enterprise burners feature a high performance combustion

head which ensures safety and increased efficiency to

minimise environmental impact. These units also feature

simplified maintenance through convenient access to

essential areas.

Performance Data

Product Code

Thermal Output

Minimum kW

Thermal Output

Maximum kW

Electrical Supply

AC volts/Hz

Motor Output

kW

Pump Motor

kW

Dry Weight

Kg

HS5 35 70 240/50 0.10 0.10 23

HS10 65 140 240/50 0.15 0.10 30

HS18 80 200 240/50 0.15 0.10 31

HP20 85 230 240/50 0.37 0.10 70

HP30 65 350 240/50 0.37 0.10 70

HP 60.xx.40 170 523 415/50 1.10 0.55 115

HP 60.xx 170 880 415/50 1.10 0.55 125

HP 72.xx 330 1200 415/50 2.20 0.55 145

HP 72.xx 330 1550 415/50 2.20 0.55 145

HP 73A.xx 330 2300 415/50 3.00 0.55 155

HP91A 480 2670 415/50 4.00 0.55 290

HP92A 480 3050 415/50 5.50 1.10 300

HP93A 550 4100 415/50 7.50 1.10 315

HP512A 600 4500 415/50 9.20 1.10 340

HP515A 770 5200 415/50 11.00 1.50 360

HP520A 1000 6400 415/50 15.00 1.50 375

HP525A 2000 8000 415/50 18.50 4.00 390

HP1025 2550 8700 415/50 18.50 4.00 610

HP1030 2550 10600 415/50 22.00 4.00 680

HP1040 2550 13000 415/50 30.00 4.00 680

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LMV Electronic Burner Control - Gas, Dual Fuel & Oil Burners

LMV Electronic Burner Control

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Electronic Cam and Control System for medium and high power gas,

light oil, heavy oil and mixed fuel burners.

Automatic Heating, has adopted an electronic cam and

control system in its line of Enterprise burners.

This innovative system, which has been divided into two

types of flame control box, can be used for both commercial

(from 140 kW) and industrial applications (up to 70 MW).

Burners designed for use with a single or mixed fuel with

continuous or intermittent operation and permits the

command and control of all the various elements that plan a

part in the correct mixture of the fuel and combustion air by

means of an appropriately programmed flame control box.

This versatile solution oriented to the future permits the

achievement of the maximum precision in combustion

adjustment.

The system can also be expanded through interface with

an oxygen control probe and/or a fan speed adjustment

inverter in order to improve performance even further, in

this way obtaining the highest savings in energy in terms of

both the fuel and the electric power required.

The command and control system is composed of a

twin-microprocessor electronic unit for the integration

of all burner command and control functions, and a local

programming and adjustment unit.

Integrated functions include air/fuel ratio adjustment (with

work point configuration possibility), PID temperature or

pressure regulator, gas valve leakage control, adjustable

cycle times, pre-configured fuel trains and input/output

configuration.

The programming levels are protected by password for the

three types of user (manufacturer, servicing personnel, final

user); dialogue between the servocontrol and the sensors is

performed using twin-channel CAN Bus protocol in order to

guarantee the greatest safety and reliability, and the unit can

be installed directly in the machine or inside a separate electric

control panel positioned no further away than 100 meters.

Using the appropriate designated optional software the

system can be configured directly by PC.

Accessories

• Electronic Control Box LMV 51.100 (without O2 trim)

• Electronic Control Box LMV 52.200 (with O2 trim)

• Programme (AZL 5xx)

• Servomotor Air (SQM 4xx)

• Servomotor Gas (SQM 4xx)

• Servomotor Oil (SQM 4xx)

Features

• BMS Compatible

• 10-1 Turn Down Range

Flame control box integrated functions:

• Burner control

• Electronic cam

• Power regulator

• Gas valve leakage control system

• Oxygen control

• Inverter control

• Dialogue with BMS systems or PLC (MOD Bus)

• Burner commissioning and configuration via PC-tool

• Simple programming with AZL and PC-tool

• Complete self-diagnostic function (error memory, number

of firings, burner operation time, clock, etc.)

• 3 levels of parameter access: (manufacturer, servicing

personnel, final user)

• Remote diagnostics

• All components can be easily interchanged

• Parameter upgrading with PC-tool

• Dialogue with MOD Bus protocol

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CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

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Flue Systems

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Flue Systems

The Stainless Steel Fluing System offers considerable cost and time savings over

conventional stainless steel welded flues. Available in sizes from 80 – 500mm

diameter, this product will suit your requirements for any size boiler installation

Advantages

• Available in sizes 80 – 500mm diameter

• Quick installation

• Stainless Steel AISI 316L construction

• No welding required on site

Stainless Steel Flue System pg 140 Flue Dilution pg 150

Draft Regulators pg 151

Coaxial Flue System pg 152

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Contents

Stainless Steel Flue System

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

The new Stainless Steel Fluing System offers

considerable cost and time savings over

conventional stainless steel welded flues.

Available in sizes from 80 – 500mm diameter, this product

will suit your requirements for any size boiler installation.

Advantages

Installation Examples

PSCTSR18

PSED02

• Available in sizes 80 – 500mm diameter

• Stainless Steel AISI 316L construction

• Quick installation

• No welding required on site

• Suitable for Condensing Boilers

PSCQ45

PSCN90

PSED01

PSFB19

PSFMR14

PSFB19

PSGT70

PSED02

PSED03

PSRT08

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Single Wall Stainless Steel Flue

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

PSED01

Straight Element L 1000

Product Code Height mm Diameter mm

PSED01100 940 100

PSED01120 940 120

PSED01160 940 160

PSED01200 940 200

PSED01250 940 250

PSED01300 940 300

PSED01350 940 350

PSED01400 940 400

PSED01500 940 500

PSED02

Straight Element L 500

Product Code Height mm Diameter mm

PSED0280 440 80

PSED02100 440 100

PSED02120 440 120

PSED02160 440 160

PSED02200 440 200

PSED02250 440 250

PSED02300 440 300

PSED02350 440 350

PSED02400 440 400

PSED02500 440 500

PSED03

Straight Element L 330

Product Code Height mm Diameter mm

PSED0380 270 80

PSED03100 270 100

PSED03120 270 120

PSED03160 270 160

PSED03200 270 200

PSED03250 270 250

PSED03300 270 300

PSED03350 270 350

PSED03400 270 400

PSED03500 270 500

D

245 min -

400 max

H

E

PSET04

Telescopic Element*

Product Code Height mm Diameter mm

PSET0480 250-450 80

PSET04100 250-450 100

PSET04120 250-450 120

PSET04160 250-450 160

PSET04200 250-450 200

PSET04250 250-450 250

PSET04300 250-450 300

PSET04350 250-450 350

PSET04400 250-450 400

PSET04500 250-450 500

*working length min.245 - max.400

PSCQ45

45° Elbow

Product Code H mm D mm E mm

PSCQ4580 129 80 29

PSCQ45100 133 100 32

PSCQ45120 140 120 35

PSCQ45160 154 160 41

PSCQ45200 168 200 47

PSCQ45250 186 250 54

PSCQ45300 204 300 62

PSCQ45350 221 350 69

PSCQ45400 239 400 76

PSCQ45500 274 500 91

PSCN90

90° Elbow

Product Code H mm D mm E mm

PSCN9080 136 80 81

PSCN90100 145 100 92

PSCN90120 153 120 104

PSCN90160 178 160 123

PSCN90200 195 200 140

PSCN90250 219 250 168

PSCN90300 245 300 198

PSCN90350 276 350 221

PSCN90400 301 400 246

PSCN90500 351 500 296

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55

90

96

190

290

580

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Contents

O UTLET diam.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

145

Fume Direction

MALE diam.

ANTI - BIRD MESH

MESH NO T LARG ER THAN 20X20 mm

PSRT08

Tee 90°

Product Code H mm D mm

PSRT0880 270 80

PSRT08100 270 100

PSRT08120 270 120

PSRT08160 270 160

PSRT08200 440 200

PSRT08250 440 250

PSRT08300 440 300

PSRT08350 490 350

PSRT08400 540 400

PSRT08500 640 500

Flue Reducer

M+F

Product Code dm mm DF mm

PSRT0180100 80 100

PSRT0180160 80 160

PSRT01100120 100 120

PSRT01100160 100 160

PSRT01100200 100 200

PSRT01100300 100 300

PSRT01110120 110 120

PSRT01110160 110 160

PSRT01110200 110 200

PSRT01150160 150 160

PSRT01150200 150 200

PSRT01160200 160 200

PSRT01200300 200 300

PSRT01250300 250 300

PSRT01300350 300 350

PSRT01300400 300 400

PSRT01400450 400 450

PSRT01450500 450 500

PSCTSR18

Flue Terminal c/w Anti-bird Mesh

Product Code

Male

Dia

mm

Outlet

Dia.

mm

Thickness

mm

PSCTSR18D80 80 70 0.5

PSCTSR18D100 100 80 0.5

PSCTSR18D120 120 100 0.5

PSCTSR18D160 160 140 0.5

PSCTSR18D200 200 170 0.5

PSCTSR18D300 300 260 0.5

PSCTSR18D400 400 350 0.6

PSCTSR18D500 500 435 0.6

PSCTSR18D600 600 525 0.6

ø DF

ø dm

ø 300 MALE

PSTC80D

SS Flue Plug / End Cap with

Side Condensation Drain

Product Code

Dia. mm

PSTC80D200 200

PSTC80D300 300

PSTC85

SS Flue Plug / End Cap with

Condensation Drain

Product Code

Dia. mm

PSTC8580 80

PSTC85100 100

PSTC85120 120

PSTC85160 160

PSTC85200 200

PSTC85300 300

PSTC85400 400

PSTC85500 500

PSTC85600 600

PSTR16D300

M/F 90º Tee

Product Code dm mm DF mm

PSTC85600 160 300

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

PSFMR14

Adjustable Wallband

Product Code D mm A mm

PSFMR1480 80 102

PSFMR14100 100 116

PSFMR14120 120 130

PSFMR14160 160 169

PSFMR14200 200 188

PSFMR14250 250 223

PSFMR14300 300 259

PSFMR14350 350 293

PSFMR14400 400 328

PSFMR14500 500 399

PSFB19

Locking Band

Product Code D mm B mm

PSFB1980 80 95

PSFB19100 100 115

PSFB19120 120 135

PSFB19160 160 175

PSFB19200 200 215

PSFB19250 250 265

PSFB19300 300 315

PSFB19350 350 365

PSFB19400 400 415

PSFB19500 500 515

PSGT70

Silicon Gasket (Red)*

Product Code

D mm

PSGT7080 80

PSGT70100 100

PSGT70120 120

PSGT70160 160

PSGT70200 200

PSGT70250 250

PSGT70300 300

PSGT70350 350

PSGT70400 400

PSGT70500 500

*Suitable for Non-condensing & Wood

Boilers only (max temp 200ºC)

Not suitable for Condensing Boilers

DF

DM

PSGT71

Silicon Gasket (Black)*

Product Code

D mm

PSGT7180 80

PSGT71100 100

PSGT71120 120

PSGT71160 160

PSGT71200 200

PSGT71250 250

PSGT71300 300

PSGT71350 350

PSGT71400 400

PSGT71500 500

* Suitable for Condensing Boilers only

(max temp 120ºC)

PPH Flue Piece M/F White

Straight Element L.205mm

Product Code

Dia. mm

PABED20D100 100

PPH Flue Non-return Valve

110F/100M with Siphon

Product Code

Dia. mm

PAVC01D110100 110/100

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Contents

Flue Installation Instructions

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

4

3

2

1

Installation Guidelines

1

2

3

4

All flue parts are to be assembled in a consistent

fume direction (as indicated by arrows)

Gaskets must be placed inside the female socket,

with the profiled face always pointing inwards

towards the centre, smooth side outwards

seated in the groove. Condensing Boilers - Black

Gaskets, Non Condensing Boilers - Red Gaskets

Using silicone spray on the male element, join

together gently ensuring gasket remains in

groove.

Fasten the locking band around the ridges of the

male and female joint, taking care to ensure that

the pointed arrow is fitted to match the direction

of flow. The locking band will only fit properly in

one direction.

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Stainless Steel Flue Systems - Flue Systems

Mounting Tape Gasket

Installation Instructions

Step 1

Apply the tape gasket just below the edging of the

male side of the pipe.

Step 2

After gluing the tape gasket all around the pipe, cut

the residual part.

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Step 3

Make sure that the two ends are perfectly aligned

head to head (Do not overlap the two ends).

Step 4

Couple the pipes.

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Contents

Meridian Flue Manifold Kit (MFMK)

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

7

8

6

11

5

9

10

4

3

2

1

Final Assembly

Installation Notes and Part Numbers

Item Notes Part Code Part Description Quantity

Insert the plastic flue piece (ø100mm)

PABED20D100 PPH Flue Piece M/F White Straight Element L.205mm 1

1

into the boiler

2 Install the check valve

PAVC01D110100 PPH Flue Non-return Valve 110F/100M with Siphon 1

3 Install the Flue reducer (ø160mm to ø110mm)

4 Install the straight flue piece (ø160mm)

5 Install the 45° flue bend

6

Connect the common flue (ø300mm) with the 45°

flue bend.

7 Refer note 2 on pg 144

8 Refer note 4 on pg 144

9 Refer note 2 on pg 144

10 Refer note 4 on pg 144

PSRT01110160 SS Flue Reducer M&F ø110mm x ø160mm 1

PSED02160 SS Flue Piece ø160mm x 500mmL 1

PSCQ45160 SS Flue Bend ø160mm 45° 1

PSTR16D300 SS Flue 90° Tee ø300mm reduced to ø160mm (Meridian Flue Manifold) 1

PSGT71300 SS Flue EPDM Gasket ø300mm (Suitable up to 120°C) 1

PSFB19300 SS Flue Locking Band ø300mm 1

PSGT71160 SS Flue EPDM Gasket ø160mm (Suitable up to 120°C) 3

PSFB19160 SS Flue Locking Band ø160mm 3

11

Connection of ø160mm flue to ø300mm flue at 45

angle is to encourage condensate to flow through

ø300mm flue to drain point rather than drain back

into boiler via the ø160mm flue

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Twin Wall Stainless Steel Flue

PDAR62

Anti-wind Cap

Product Code Di mm De mm D1 mm

PDAR62200 200 250 420

PDED01 M/F

Straight Element L.1000mm

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm

PDED01200 200 250 940

PDED02 M/F

Straight Element L.500mm

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm

PDED02200 200 250 440

150mm

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

PDED03 M/F

Straight Element L.330mm

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm

PDED03200 200 250 270

PDTD08 90° Tee with

150mm Single-wall Outlet

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm

PDTD08200150 200 250 440

PDRB82

135° Tee

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm A mm

PDRB82200 200 250 592 330

Fume Direction

Di

PDCQ45 M/F

45° Elbow

Product Code Di mm De mm H mm E mm

PDCQ45200 200 250 166 89

PDRC09 F/F

Boiler Adapter

Product Code Di mm De mm

PDRC09150 150 200

PDRC09200 200 250

PSRC09

Double

Product Code

Di mm

PSRC09D150 150

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Contents

Twin Wall Stainless Steel Flue 2

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Fume Direction

PDMI42 M/F

Inspection Element

Product Code Di mm De mm

PDMI42200 200 250

PDTC80 Blind Cap with

Side Condensation Drain

Product Code Di mm De mm

PDTC80200 200 250

PDRT01

Flue Enlarger

Product Code dm mm DF mm

PDRT01150200 150 200

PDFMR14

Adjustable Wallband

Product Code Di mm De mm A mm

PDFMR1480 80 130 137

PDFMR14100 100 150 152

PDFMR14130 130 180 172

PDFMR14150 150 200 188

PDFMR14180 180 230 212

PDFMR14200 200 250 223

PDFMR14250 250 300 259

PDFMR14300 300 350 293

PDFMR14350 350 450 364

PDFMR14400 400 500 399

PDFMR14450 450 550 434

PDFMR14500 500 600 469

PDFB19

Locking Band

Product Code Di mm De mm

PDFB1980 80 130

PDFB19100 100 150

PDFB19130 130 180

PDFB19150 150 200

PDFB19180 180 230

PDFB19200 200 250

PDFB19250 250 300

PDFB19300 300 350

PDFB19350 350 450

PDFB19400 400 500

PDFB19450 450 550

PDFB19500 500 600

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Firex Flue

Typical Flue Installation

1

2

Stainless Steel Flue Systems - Flue Systems

Part Numbers

Item Part Code Part Description

1

2

3

4

5

PDAR62200

PDFMR1425

PDED01200

PDED02200

PDFB19200

Anti-wind Cap Ø 200mm

Adjustable Wallband

M/F Straight Element

L.1000mm Ø 200mm

M/F Straight Element

L.500mm Ø 200mm

Locking Band Ø 200mm

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

3

6

7

8

PSACGTAT

PDED03200

PDTD08200/150

SS Flue Fibreglass Tape Gasket 10m

adhesive Roll (up to 550ºC)

M/F Straight Element

L.330mm Ø 200mm

90° Tee with Single-wall Outlet Ø 150mm

9

PSRC09D150

F/F Sleeve

10

KWZ150

SS Flue Draft Regulators Ø 150mm

11

PDRB82200

135° Tee Ø 200mm

12

PDCQ45200

M/F 45° Elbow Ø 200mm

4

5

6

13

14

15

PDRT01150200

PDRC09150

PDRC09200

PDMI42200

Flue enlarger 150mm to 200mm

*This part is required for boilers with 150mm outlets

e.g. Firex 34

F/F Boiler Adapter Ø 150mm (for Firex 34)

F/F Boiler Adapter Ø 200mm (for Firex 45

and above)

M/F Inspection Element Ø 200mm

7

16

PDTC80200

Blind Cap with Side Condensation Drain

Ø 200mm

WARNING

8

• The appliance and flue-system must be installed

in accordance with AS/NZS 2918 and the relevant

building code or codes.

9

10

• Any modification of the appliance that has not been

approved in writing by the testing authority will be in

breach of the approval granted for compliance with

AS/NZS 4013.

11

• A triple skin flue is required within the ceiling space.

To comply with this requirement, we recommend that

the section of double wall flue passing through the

ceiling space be encased within 300mm diameter

single wall flue.

• Once the flue has been installed and approved by a

professional installer, the flue must not be modified

in any way.

15

12 14

13

*This part is

only required

for boilers with

150mm outlets

e.g. Firex 34

16

Ensure condensate drain

contains water trap to

prevent fumes escaping

from the flue

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Flue Dilution - Flue Systems

Contents

Flue Dilution

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Introduction to Flue Dilution

A flue dilution system is normally installed where there are difficulties in the provision of a conventional

flue, or indeed where savings can be made if the only other alternative is a high rise flue. Using flue

dilution, boiler fumes can be discharged from the side of a building including at low level.

How Does It Work?

The general principle is that ambient air from outside the building is mixed with the flue gas in order to

dilute the CO² content to less than 1% when using natural gas or LPG boilers.

As with all flue systems, local gas authority approval must also be sought for a flue dilution system.

The shift in the commercial market towards condensing boilers, has had a significant evolutionary

effect on flue dilution. The flue gas temperature from these appliances is far lower than traditional

atmospheric boilers, and as a result condensation is created within the flue. By mixing this warm moist

gas with cooler air, the mixed gas temperature is reduced further, creating more condensation. There are

a few critical considerations:

• Material of flue system – only use 316 grade stainless steel on condensing applications and flue dilution

systems.

• The flue system must be capable of handling condensation in large quantities.

• Pluming at the flue discharge – suspended water molecules in the diluted flue gas will be discharged out

through the grille to atmosphere. This pluming can often be significant and can cause a nuisance to local

residents and building occupants. Therefore careful consideration of the discharge position is of utmost

importance.

For technical help on fan dilution systems, either email our Technical Department

at sales@automaticheating.com.au or call on 1800 337 959

Flue Dilution Fan Stainless Steel

Product Code

Flue gas pipe Nominal Ø mm

RS-180 100–200

RS-180 ES 100–200

RS-180 ESP 100–200

RS-225 ES 200–250

RS-225 ESP 200–250

Flue Dilution Fan Adaptor

Product Code For chimney fan For pipe NW

RSG 180/130 RS 180 130

RSG 180/140 RS 180 140

RSG 180/150 RS 180 150

RSG 180/160 RS 180 160

RSG 180/180 RS 180 180

RSG 180/200 RS 180 200

RSG 225/200 RS 225 200

RSG 225/225 RS 225 225

RSG 225/250 RS 225 250

RSG 225/300 RS 225 300

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Contents

Draft Regulator - Flue Systems

Draft Regulators

Introduction to

Draft Regulators

For proper operation and efficient fuel consumption in gas,

oil & biomass heating boilers, draft must remain constant.

When it is, combustion is more complete, fuels are utilized

efficiently, and money is saved.

Draft Regulators maintain consistent draft by counteracting

the negative forces caused by changes in temperature and

barometric pressure, as well as the effects of wind.

How draft regulators work

Static pressure of the cool air (1) illustration A exerts

pressure on the outside of the furnace or boiler and the

stack. The pressure difference between the room air and

heated gas (air) causes products of combustion (2) to

flow (draft) through the unit and rise up the flue. Room

temperature air (3) enters through the barometric draft

control (4) in the precise amount needed to overcome the

excess drafts caused by temperature variations, wind

fluctuations, and barometric pressure changes. Combustion

of fuel is complete and the process is stabilized. The

velocity of combustion gases through the heat exchanger is

slowed so more heat is extracted. The unit operates more

efficiently, reliably, and requires less maintenance.

Performance Data

Typical Gas Installation

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Steel Flue Draft Regulators

Suitable for Non-Condensing Boilers

Product Code Model Control Size Inches

F250DAJ10 10" M + MG2 10

F300DAJ12 12" M + MG2 12

F350DAJ14 14" M + MG2 14

F400DAJ16 16" M + MG2 16

F450DAJ18 18" M + MG2 18

F500DAJ20 20" M + MG2 20

F600DAJ24 24" M + MG2 24

F700DAJ28 28" M + MG2 28

F800DAJ32 32" M + MG2 32

Stainless Steel Flue Draft Regulators

Suitable for Condensing Boilers

Product

Setting

Air flow rate at Δp

Dia. mm

Code

Range 5 Pa 20 Pa 40 Pa

KWZ130 130 10 – 25 Pa 75 m³/h 130 m³/h 160 m³/h

KWZ150 150 10 – 35 Pa 140 m³/h 220 m³/h 300 m³/h

KWZ180 180 10 – 60 Pa 190 m³/h 275 m³/h 360 m³/h

KWZ250 250 10 – 50 Pa 220 m³/h 380 m³/h 525 m³/h

To be installed on Tee with single-wall female outlet

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Contents

Coaxial Flue System

CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

ALU/PP

Extension Pipe

ALU/PP Vertical & Horizontal

Condensation Drain

ALU/PP Vertical Starting

Pipe (with flue gas test point)

Product Code

Size

ALUPPCEP250 250mm Ø60/100

ALUPPCEP50 500mm Ø60/100

ALUPPCEP1000 1000mm Ø60/100

Product Code

ALUPPCD

Size

145mm

Product Code

Size

ALUPPCVSP Flanged Ø60/100

Brown Flue

Terminal and Tile

ALU/PP

Vertical Terminal Pipe

ALU/PP

Horizontal Terminal Pipe

Product Code

ALUPPHTP11300

Description

for 5°C to 30°C pitched

roofs 1300mm long

Product Code

ALUPPCVTP

Size

Ø60/100 850mm long

Product Code

ALUPPCHTP

ALUPPCHTP283

Size

Ø60/100 850mm long

Ø60/100 283mm long

Concentric Bend

with Flange

ALU/PP Starting Straight

Piece Flanged

Concentric

Bend 45º

Product Code

ALUPPCSE90

Description

Starting Elbow 90 Flanged

Ø60/100

Product Code

ALUPPCSSP

Size

Ø60/100 (M4)

Product Code

Size

ALUPPCE45 Elbow 45° Ø60/100

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CONDENSING &

CONVENTIONAL BOILERS

Concentric

Bend 90º

Product Code

Size

ALUPPCE90 Elbow 90° Ø60/100

EPDM

Wall Cover

Product Code

Description

ALUPPCWC 10170

Air Intake

Plastic Terminal

Product Code

Size

ALUPPEG Ø60/100 (13102)

ALU/PP Flue Coaxial

Exhaust Terminal

ALU/PP Flue Coaxial Kit

(Incl. Elbow and Terminal)

Product Code

ALUPPET

Size

Ø60/100

(PACAS 01 D60-100)

Product Code

ALUPPPACKIT4

Size

Ø60/100 250mm Long

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Contents

BIOMASS BOILERS

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Contents

Biomass Boilers

Biomass Boilers

BIOMASS BOILERS

Biomass Heating systems offer an economical and enviro-friendly

option for heating generation.

Biomass Heating systems burn wood pellets or wood logs to provide warmth to power

central heating for domestic or commercial applications. They provide low carbon heat

due to the fact the carbon dioxide emitted when wood is burned is the same amount that

has been absorbed over the months and years that the plant was growing. The process is

sustainable as long as new plants continue to grow in place of those used for fuel.

Firex Wood Boilers pg 156 Airex Wood Boilers pg 158 Fokolus Wood Boilers pg 160

Pellexia Pellet Boilers pg 162

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Wood Boilers

Firex Wood Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Contents

Firex

Wood Boilers 28 – 45kW

AHG introduces the Firex Wood Boiler as a

solution to the increasing call for heating

boilers that use renewable resources.

BIOMASS BOILERS

With excellent thermal performance, the Firex is suitable

for heating only, or heating and Domestic Hot Water

production. Firex boilers are an efficient means of heating

buildings in rural areas, particularly where no natural gas

is available and where LPG is considered too expensive.

Built for quality, durability, safety and ease of use, Firex

wood fired hydronic boilers are available in 28, 35 and 45

kW models .

Bypass

Wood Logs

Store Door

Primary

Air Inlet

Secondary

Air Inlet

Combustion

Chamber Door

Anti-smoke

Door

Secondary Air

Channels

Thermal

Steel Tray

Features

• Reverse flame combustion

• Overheat protection

• Control panel with thermostatic control

• Anti-smoke internal door with complete rotation

• High efficiency combustion fan

• 50mm thick insulation

• Internal installation

For Twin Wall Stainless Steel Flue System components

suitable for Firex Boilers, please refer to pg 147 and 148

Product Quick Check

Type

Wood Log Boiler

Range

28-45kW

Efficiency 81.5%

Fuel Type Wood Logs

Outdoor option

Max Pressure

Low Nox

Building J Code

2019 compliant

Yes, if installed inside a shed

300kpa

Yes

Yes

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Firex Wood Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Performance Data

Product Code FWH34 FWH45 FWH55

Nominal Output kW 28.23 35.1 45.2

Nominal Input kW 34.65 43.04 55.45

Efficiency % 81.5 81.6 81.5

Boiler Class 3 3 3

Max. Working Pressure bar 3 3 3

Wood Logs Storage Volume l 108 160 218

Wood Logs Length cm 50 50 70

Smoke Temp. at Nom. Output ºC 284 279 283

Boiler Water Content l 59 71 93

Max. Electrical Absorbed W 163 163 163

CO at 13% O2 mg/Nm3 369 402 423

NOx at 13% 02 mg/Nm3 162 157 168

OGC at 13% 02 mg/Nm3 11 8 12

DUST at 13% 02 mg/Nm3 31 31 32

Dry Weight kg 363 475 623

BIOMASS BOILERS

Dimensional Data

Key

Key:

1. 1 - Panel Panel board board

2. 2 - Primary Primary air air adjustment adjustment

3. 3 - Secondary Secondary air air adjustment adjustment

4.

4

- Flame

Flame

sight

sight

glass

glass

5.

5

- Cleaning

Cleaning

doors

doors

6.

6

- Rear

Rear

smoke

smoke

chambre

chamber

7.

7

- Loading

Loading

door

door

8.

8

- Sucking

Sucking

fan

fan

9.

9

- Lower

Lower

cleaning

cleaning

and

and

inspection door door

T1 - C.H. flow

T2 - C.H. return

T1

T3

C.H.

- Bulb

flow

holder for safety

T2 C.H. thermostat, return working

T3 Bulb thermostat, holder for high safety limit

thermostat, working minimum

thermostat, high thermometer limit

T4 thermostat, - Bulb holder minimum connection for

thermostat, thermal discharge thermometer valve

T4 T5 Bulb - Chimney holder connection for

T6 thermal - Safety discharge heat exchanger valve

T5 Chimney

connections

connection

T6 T7 Safety - Boiler heat drain exchanger

connections

T7 Boiler drain

Model A B C D E F G H

Case Study

T1 - T2

UNI ISO 228/1

T5

Ø mm

Connections

T6

UNI ISO 228/1

T3 - T4 - T7

UNI ISO 228/1

FWH34 510 680 1230 190 78 1025 628 65 G 1 ¼ 150 G ½ G ½

FWH45 610 680 1380 190 81 1150 628 65 G 1 ½ 200 G ½ G ½

FWH55 610 880 1380 190 81 1150 828 65 G 1 ½ 200 G ½ G ½

All measurements in mm unless specified.

Rural Residence

Trentham VIC

1 x Firex Wood Boiler

This Firex Wood Fired Boiler was

installed at a rural property in

Trentham VIC to provide hydronic

heating to the house.

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Airex Wood Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Contents

Airex

Wood Boilers 65 – 200kW

BIOMASS BOILERS

AHG introduces the Airex Wood Boiler as

a solution to the increasing call for higher

capacity boilers that use renewable resources.

With excellent thermal performance, the Airex is

suitable for heating only, or heating and Domestic Hot

Water production and can be used in industrial process

applications. Airex boilers are an efficient means of heating

buildings & industrial process applications in rural areas,

particularly where no natural gas is available and where

LPG is considered too expensive.

Built for quality, durability, safety and ease of use, Airex Wood

Fired Boilers are available in 65, 80, 150 & 200 kW models.

Features

• Reverse flame combustion

• Overheat protection

• Control panel with thermostatic control

• Anti-smoke internal door with complete rotation

• High efficiency combustion fan

• 60mm thick insulation

• Internal installation

Product Quick Check

Type

Wood Log Boiler

Range

65-200kW

Efficiency 89%

Fuel Type Wood Logs

Outdoor option

Max Pressure

Low Nox

Building J Code

2019 compliant

Yes, if installed inside a shed

300kpa

Yes

Yes

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Performance Data

Product Code ARX65 ARX80 ARX150 ARX200

Nominal Output* kW 65 80 149.3 199.7

Max. Input kW 78.2 96 166.8 223.4

Waterside Pressure Drop kPa** 0.6 1.0 3.9 3.9

Combustion Side

Pressure Drop

mbar 0.03 0.05

Boiler Max working

pressure

bar 3 3 3 3

Total Water Volume Litres 170 220 430 493

Wood Log Storage I 235 325 495 580

Wood Loading Opening mm 340x520 340x520 514x594 514x594

Wood Logs Length cm 70 100 100 120

CO 10% O2 mg/Nm3 687 690

NOx 10% O2 mg/Nm3 232 249

Dust 10% O2 mg/Nm3 25 43

Electrical Supply V/W 240/250 240/250

Dry Weight kg 760 927 1475 1626

6

2

1

5

4

3

7

Key

1 Burner in refractory

stone, with cast

iron fire bars and

stainless steel grate

2 Fan with acoustic

protection

3 Primary air adjustment

4 Secondary air

adjustment

5 Combustion chamber

6 Firewood store

7 Catalyst in strengthened

refractory concrete

M C.H. Flow

V Thermostatic Valves

P Primary Air

F Smokes

R C.H. Return

BIOMASS BOILERS

(*) Output obtained with good quality wood, having an humidity of 15%.

(**) Pressure losses for a flow rate corresponding to a Δt of 15 K.

Dimensional and Connection Data

Product Code

A

mm

B

mm

C

mm

D

mm

E

mm

F

mm

G

mm

H

mm

T1

Rp

ARX65 755 955 1405 190 160 315 1180 245 2 2 ½ - - 220 - ¾ ½ - ½ ½

ARX80 755 1255 1405 190 160 315 1180 245 2 2 ½ - - 220 - ¾ ½ - ½ ½

T2

Rp

T3

Rp

T4

Rp

T5

Rp

T6 Ø

mm

T7

Rp

T8

Rp

T9

Rp

T10

Rp

T11

Rp

T12

Rp

Airex 65-80

D

C

Key

A

1 Panel board

2 Door of firewood store

3 Central door

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

T8

T6

G

9

11

10

T2

T3

F

H

T1

B

1

E

30

T8

T9

9

10

T2

4 Inlet of primary / secondary air

5 Adjusters of secondary air

6 Adjuster of primary air

T1

T11

T8

T12

T6

10

T3

7 Combustion chamber door

8 Flame sight glass

9 Fan

10 Cleaning doors

11 Rear smoke chamber

12 Auxiliary boiler door

13 Smoke chamber cleaning door

14 Burner protection

T1 Central heating flow

T2 Main central heating return

T3 Boiler drain

T4 Secondary C.H. return

T5 Air venting & expansion vessel connexion

T6 Chimney connection of wood fired boiler

T7 Chimney connection of auxiliary boiler

T8 Safety heat exchanger connections

T9 Bulb holder connection for probes

T10 Auxiliary boiler burner connection

T11 Bulb holder for working, max., min.

thermostats and thermometer

T12 Bulb holder for safety thermostat

Airex 150-200

Key

1 Panel board

2 Wood storage door

3 Primary air adjuster

4 Secondary air adjuster

5 Flame sight glass

6 Combustion chamber door

7 Fan with inverter

8 Lever for cleaning system activation

T1 C.H. flow EN 1092-1 DN 65 PN 16 R3/4”

T2 C.H. return EN 1092-1 DN 65 PN 16

T3 Expansion vessel connection ISO 7/1 Rp1/2”

T4 Chimney connection Øe 300 mm

T5 Safety heat exchanger connections ISO 7/1

T6 Boiler drain ISO 7/1 R3/4”

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Fokolus Wood Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Contents

BIOMASS BOILERS

Fokolus

Wood Boilers 20 – 42kW

The force of steel,

the heating energy of stone

Obtaining energy for heating in different ways is essential, not

only for the whole country, but also for each individual who

has the opportunity.

As part of Unical’s programme for exploiting biomass in

order to attain a major harmony with the environment, we

are pleased to present three new wood log boilers, ideal for

those consumers who, aware of the energy problems they are

facing, desire products easy to use, with high performances

and reduced fuel consumption, without having to resort to

onerous investments.

Simplicity and perfection

The range of FOKOLUS boilers sums up the most primitive

features which wood evokes. On one hand nature and on

the other the technology which Unical has been able to

develop. With the combustion process, the whole cycle which

characterizes renewable energies comes to a close.

The results are: comfort, economics, friendly environmental,

all offered “naturally” by FOKOLUS.

Air Inlet Regulator Chain

Refractory Catalyst

Wood

Storage and

Combustion

Chamber

Door

Fire Box

Ash Pan Door

Ash Pan

Air Inlet Thermostatic Regulator

By-pass

Features

Controlled combustion, long boiler operation

and reduced emissions

The optimization of combustion is guaranteed by the

thermostatic primary air inlet regulator and by the

micrometric secondary air regulator.

However, it is the use of a special refractory catalyst,

positioned in the combustion chamber’s upper vault, which

favours the pyrolysis process of the cellulose and the

reduction of CO emissions.

Once this real and proper “stone catalyst” has reached the

working temperature, it contributes determinedly to the

wood’s complete combustion.

The organic molecules are thus transformed in primary

gaseous elements and solid residual products. The first

are burnt, the latter, in the intensive heat, burn thanks to

the secondary air, with the so called “slow flame”, which

enables the boiler to operate for longer, and so reduces the

need of refuelling.

At the end of the process, the noncombustible ashes will fall

into a large ash pan placed underneath the grate.

The passage of the flue gasses takes place vertically, from

the bottom to the topmost direction, then they enter the

“tunnel” in the vault, built in a special refractory catalyst

material, and enter head-on into the hollow space between

the latter and the arched vault, soaked by the system’s

water, then they flow out through the rear outlet.

Product Quick Check

Type

Wood Log Boiler

Range

20-42kW

Efficiency 89%

Fuel Type Wood Logs

Max Pressure

Building J Code

2019 compliant

300kPa

Yes

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Fokolus Wood Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Heat transfer

fins

CH system flow

4

M

Boiler body

rock wool

insulation

M

Flue

chamber

Flue

outlet

By-pass

7

5

Overheating

protection

by cooling coil

Secondary

air inlet

5

6

4

3

Combustion

chamber

Boiler water

Bottom grate

2

6

3

1

Refractory

catalyst

Wood

7

2

1

BIOMASS BOILERS

CH system

return

R

Primary

air inlet

R

Ash pan

Dimensional and Technical Data

Key

1 Upper loading door

2 Lower cleaning door

3 Thermostatic air inlet regulator

4 Secondary air inlet aperture

5 Primary air inlet aperture

6 Air inlet regulator chain

7 By-pass opening handle with

counterweight

8 Rear smoke chamber

9 Smoke chamber cleaning door

T1 CH flow

T2 CH return

T3 Thermostatic air inlet regulator

connection

T4 Chimney connection

T5 Safety heat exchanger connections

T6 Bulb holder for thermometer

T7 Bulb holder for thermal safety drain

valve sensor

Model FKH20 FKH30 FKH40

Nominal Output* kW 20 33 42

Nominal Input kW 31 50 61

Pressure Losses Water Side** m w.c. 0,3 0,3 0,4

Chimney Draught Required Pa 15 16 20

Boiler Water Content l 35 53 67

Max. Working Pressure bar 3 3 3

Wood Storage Capacity l 70 125 165

Wood Logs Length cm 33 50 70

A mm 510 590 590

B mm 776 946 1146

F mm 416 586 786

N mm 488 658 858

O mm 490 570 570

T1 - T2 UNI ISO 7/1 Rp 2 Rp 2 Rp 2

T3 UNI ISO 7/1 Rp 3/4 Rp 3/4 Rp 3/4

T4 Øe mm 200 200 200

T5 UNI ISO 7/1 R 1/2 R 1/2 R 1/2

T6 - T7 UNI ISO 7/1 Rp 1/2 Rp 1/2 Rp 1/2

Weight kg 250 340 402

* Output obtained with good quality wood with a maximum of 15% moisture content. ** Pressure losses with a water flow rate corresponding to a Δt of 15K.

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Pellet Boilers

Pellexia Pellet Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Contents

Pellexia

Pellet Boilers 34 – 80kW

AHG introduces the Pellexia Pellet Boiler as

a solution to the increasing call for biomass

boilers that use renewable resources.

BIOMASS BOILERS

With excellent thermal performance, the Pellexia is suitable for

heating only, or heating and Domestic Hot Water production.

Pellexia Pellet Boilers are an efficient means of heating buildings

in rural areas, particularly where no natural gas is available and

where LPG is considered too expensive.

Built for quality, durability, safety and ease of use, Pellexia

Hydronic Pellet Boilers are available in 34, 45 and 80 kW models

Features

• Automatic Pellet feeding

• Reverse flame combustion

• Overheat protection

• Control panel with thermostatic control

• Anti-smoke internal door with complete rotation

• High efficiency combustion fan

• 100mm thick insulation

• Internal installation

1

M

2

6

Key

3

4

5

R

10

8

1 Tools panel

2 Flue connection

3 Fan

4 Smoking room

5 Smoke chamber inspection door

6 Upper boiler door

7 Lower boiler door (combustion chamber)

8 Burner

9 Ash collection basin

10 Photosensor

M Heating system delivery

R Heating system return smoke path

7

9

Product Quick Check

Type

Pellet Boiler

Range

34-80kW

Efficiency 90%

Fuel Type Pellet

Outdoor option

Max Pressure

Low Nox

Building J Code

2018 compliant

Yes, if installed inside a shed

300kpa

Yes

Yes

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Pellexia Pellet Boilers - Biomass Boilers

Performance Data

Product Code UP34 UP45 UP80

Nominal Input min/max kW 10.7 / 34.9 13.2 / 44.1 23.9 / 80.1

Output min/max kW 9.6 / 31.4 11.9 / 39.8 21.5 / 72.4

Efficiency 80/60°C % 90.1 90.1 90.2

Maximum Pellet Reservoir Capacity Kg/l 230/360 230/360 630/1000

Autonomy (burner at min/max capacity) h 109/32 82/25 133/40

Smoke Temperature min/max °C 97/158 102/166 93/170

CO Value at 10% of O2 at Min. Power mg/Nm3 116 182 102.6

CO Value at 10% of O2 at Max. Power mg/Nm3 459 476 217.1

Pellet Consumption min/max Kg/h 2.1/7.1 2.8/9 4.78/16

Dust at 10% of O2 mg/Nm3 18 19 14

Dust at 13% of O2 mg/Nm3 13 14 10.1

Electric Absorbtion at starting W 227 227 410

Electric Absorbtion at steady state W 207 207 310

Water Content l 67 82 110

Max working pressure bar 3 3 3

Min. Draught at the chimney base Pa 15 18 15

(1) Pressure losses for a flow rate corresponding to a Δt of 15k.

BIOMASS BOILERS

Dimensional Data

Pellexia 34-45 kW

Front (34-45kW)

Side (34kW)

Side (45kW)

Pellexia 80 kW

Front

Side

Key

T1 2“ delivery sleeve

T2 2“ return sleeve

T3 Smoke outlet (model 34-45) Øe 130 mm / (model 80) Øe 200 mm

T4 Heat exchanger connection 3/4 “security

Rear

T5 Sensor sheath 1/2 “thermal discharge valve

T6 1/2“ probe sheath

T7 3/4“ expansion vessel connection

T8 1/2“ safety valve connection

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Accessories - Biomass Boilers

Contents

Options & Accessories

Twin Wall Stainless Steel

Flue System Components

pg 147

BIOMASS BOILERS

Biomass Boiler Valves

pg 272

Steel Buffer Tanks

pg 242

Stainless Steel 2205 Tanks

pg 226

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Accessories - Biomass Boilers

BIOMASS BOILERS

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Expansion & Deaeration

Contents

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

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Contents

Expansion Tanks & Pressurisation Systems

Expansion Tanks &

Pressurisation Systems

Expansion tanks for use in a closed heating or cooling system are

available in various types and sizes.

The type and size of tank used is usually governed by the intended application and can range

from simple expansion tanks which are pre-charged and sized according to the design

fill pressure and requirements of the system, through to pump controlled pressurization

systems which may include degassing functions.

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Static Expansion Tanks pg 172 Pressurisation Systems pg 180

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Expansion Tanks & Pressurisation Systems

Contents

Introduction to Expansion Tanks

& Pressurisation Systems

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Why do we need

Expansion tanks?

Expansion Tanks & Pressurisation systems are critical to

the successful operation of heating and cooling circuits and

must essentially fulfil three fundamental tasks:

• Maintaining the pressure within permissible limits at

every point of the system, that is, the permissible working

pressure must not be exceeded as well as maintaining

a minimum pressure to prevent vacuum, cavitation and

evaporation of the system liquid, e.g. in circuits with

superheated water, solar systems.

• To prevent a negative pressure at the highest points of the

installation in order to avoid the intrusion of air into the

piping network.

• Compensation of volume fluctuations of the heating or

cooling water due to temperature fluctuations.

• Providing a water seal to prevent system-related water

losses.

With any heating or chilled water system there is expansion

and contraction as the system water is heated or cooled.

Because water is incompressible, the pressure in the

system will increase or decrease accordingly. To prevent

damage to the system components, expansion tanks are

installed which contains the excess volume as the water

heats and expands and allow that water to fill the vacuum

created when the system water cools and contracts.

Careful calculation, commissioning and maintenance are

the prerequisite for the correct functioning of the overall

system.

Expansion tanks in open vs.

closed systems

Open header or feed tanks were an early form of

expansion tank which were usually copper lined open

tanks installed above the highest point of the system as

the tanks relied on gravity to maintain system pressure.

Apart from the connection to the system, the tanks

were fitted an overflow outlet and a mains water inlet

controlled by a floating ball valve which allowed the

system water to be replenished automatically if needed.

While functional, open header tanks fail to provide

an optimal solution to the expansion problem due to

several key issues.

• Because the tanks are unsealed, the system water is

constantly exposed to the air which allows the system

water to absorb oxygen. Oxygen in the system leads to

corrosion and decreased pump efficiency.

• Depending on the design of the tank, there may be the

potential for backflow if the water level rises above

the mains inlet, leading to contamination of the water

supply.

• With any open tank, there is the potential for overflow

which is normally piped to the nearest drain. Given that

the tank needs to be elevated, if the drain becomes

blocked or the tank leaks, the resulting spillage may

cause damage to surrounding building surfaces.

• Because the system is open, system pressure is limited

to the head pressure achieved by the height of the

tank. This may negatively impact pump performance

due to insufficient NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head),

potentially resulting in cavitation and pump failure.

• Many modern boilers require controlled system

pressures and water quality and are therefore not

suited to open vented systems.

To overcome these issues, most heating and cooling

systems are now designed as closed systems which

allows system pressure to be controlled and gases

to be eliminated, resulting in greater efficiencies and

improved performance across all components of the

system.

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Expansion Tanks & Pressurisation Systems

Types of Expansion tanks

Static Expansion tanks

Static expansion tanks are available in a range of sizes to

accommodate various system volumes and are supplied to

order pre-charged with nitrogen to the pressure required

for the intended installation. The pre-charged expansion

tanks come in two types:

• Diaphragm type, in which the diaphragm spans the middle

of the tank. The water in the tank is in contact with the tank’s

metal inner surface and therefore is unsuitable for potable

water.

• Bladder type, which contains a butyl bladder. Because

the water in the tank is completely contained inside the

membrane, the risk of corrosion is avoided and the tank is

suitable for systems containing untreated water.

Regular maintenance required for pre-charged expansion

tanks includes complete draining and pressure testing at

least annually.

Diaphragm Type

Bladder Type

Pump-controlled Pressurisation Systems

Pump-controlled Pressurisation Systems operate as

pressure-maintaining stations with automatic water makeup

and deaeration. Typically, a pump-controlled expansion

tank comprises a tank fitted with a replaceable butyl (bag

type) diaphragm, a pump and a control panel. This type of

system represents a superior method of system pressure

management, provides close pressure control, degassing,

and water-makeup with BMS interface capabilities.

Pressure control with this type of system is much more

fine-tuned and up to 90% of the tank’s capacity can be

utilized, compared to less than half that volume with a precharged

tank (depending on system pressure). This saves

a significant amount of plant room space and piping. One

pump-controlled expansion tank can be substituted for four

pre charge vessels.

Examples of this type of expansion tank include Duraflex

EcoPress and Duraflex EcoPress Compact.

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

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Contents

Expansion Tank Sizing,

Commissioning & Maintenance

Sizing an Expansion Tank

Careful calculation of the expansion tank size is critical to the correct functioning of the system.

Expansion Coefficient

Calculate the expansion coefficient for your system by calculating the difference between the cold

system water temperature (heating off) and the max working temperature.

ºC Coefficient

6

0 0.00013

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

10 0.00025

20 0.00174

30 0.00426

40 0.00782

50 0.01207

60 0.0145

65 0.01704

70 0.0198

75 0.02269

80 0.0258

85 0.02899

90 0.0324

95 0.0396

100 0.04343

% Expansion

5

4

3

2

1

0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Water Temperature ºC

Heating System

The expansion tank sizing formula is as follows:

(based on Boyles Law)

Cooling System

The vessel sizing formula is as follows:

(based on Boyles Law)

e x C

Vt = 1 - (Pi/Pf) =

Vu

1 - (Pi/Pf)

Vt =

e x C

1 - (Pi/Pf)

where:

Vu =

Total useful volume of tank = Vi - Vf

Vi = Initial volume

Vf = Final volume

e = Expansion coefficient

Pi = Initial charge pressure (absolute) of vessel.

This pressure must not be lower than the hydrostatic pressure at the point

where the tank is connected to the system.

Pf = Maximum operating pressure (absolute) of the

relief (safety) valve

taking into account any differences in level between the vessel

and the safety valve.

C = Total water capacity of the system in litres:

boiler, pipework, radiators etc

(as a general approximation, C is between 4 and 8 litres

for every kW of boiler output)

Note: Calculations must be done in Absolute Pressure

e.g. 100kPa = 200kPa absolute.

In standard heating systems:

e = 0.04318 (Tmax = 99°C, Tmin = 10°C, Δt = 89ºC, C = 0.035)

In standard cooling systems:

e = 0.011 (Tmax = 50ºC, T min =4ºC)

Pi = Maximum plant pressure, corresponding to the maximum

achievable temperature, equal to the ambient temperature,

which is recommended to be fixed at 50ºC

Pf = The final working pressure achieved at minimum

temperature, using 4ºC

Example

C = 500 litres

Pi = 150kPa (250kPa Abs)

Pf = 400kPa (500kPa Abs)

V = 0.04318 x 500 = 43.2 litres

1 - (250/500)

Select the next largest sized tank 50 litres

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Calculating Expansion Tank

Pre-charge Pressure

Please use the below calculation to correctly determine

the expansion tank pre-charge pressure:

Pi = [Hm x 10] + 20kPa

where:

Pi = Initial charge pressure (absolute) of vessel

Hm = System height (metres) above the location of the

expansion tank

Installation

1. The expansion tank must be installed on the suction

side the system pump and preferably in the coolest

part of the system e.g. on return to boiler.

2. Ensure water entering the tank is less than 70ºC,

to prevent premature diaphragm failure. If water

temperature is higher than 70ºC, an intermediate tank

must be installed between the expansion tank and the

system.

3. The expansion tank must be installed with a lockable

service valve and drain point. This is to ensure the tank

can be serviced properly in the future.

4. The expansion tank must be installed with a pressure

relief valve between the tank and the lockable service

valve, to protect the tank from overpressure situations.

5. The pressure relief valve rating must be no higher than

the safe working pressure of the expansion tank.

Commissioning

Please follow the below 4 step process for commissioning

an expansion tank:

1. Disconnect

a. Isolate the expansion tank from the system via the

lockable service valve. This is crucial to ensure an

accurate pressure reading.

b. Disconnect from the system and drain the tank.

2. Test

a. Calculate the correct expansion tank

pre-charge pressure.

b. Test the pre-charge pressure in the expansion tank

via the Schrader valve.

3. Charge

a. Charge the expansion tank to the correct (see note

on calculating pre-charge pressure) pressure via the

Schrader valve, using an air compressor or nitrogen

canister.

b. Recheck tank charge to ensure pre-charge pressure

is holding. If a leak is found, the Schrader valve or

the expansion tank will need replacing.

4. Reconnect

a. Reconnect the expansion tank to the system.

b. Re-pressurise the system and check for leaks.

Maintenance

Please follow the below 5 step process for maintaining an

expansion tank:

1. Inspect

a. Perform a visual check of expansion tank to ensure

no obvious damage or corrosion is present.

b. To check the integrity of the diaphragm, press

down the Schrader valve. If water exits the valve,

the diaphragm has ruptured and the expansion tank

will need replacing.

2. Disconnect

a. Isolate the expansion tank from the system via the

lockable service valve. This is crucial to ensure an

accurate pressure reading.

b. Disconnect from the system and drain the tank.

3. Test

a. Calculate the correct expansion tank

(see note on calculating pre-charge pressure)

b. Test the pre-charge pressure in the expansion tank

via the Schrader valve.

4. Charge

a. Charge the expansion tank to the correct precharge

pressure via the Schrader valve, using an air

compressor or nitrogen canister.

b. Recheck tank charge to ensure pressure is holding.

If a leak is found, the Schrader valve or the

expansion tank will need replacing.

5. Reconnect

a. Reconnect the expansion tank to the system.

b. Re-pressurise the system and check for leaks.

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Duraflex Forté - Static Expansion Tanks

Contents

Duraflex Forté

6 Bar Rated

DIAPHRAGM TYPE

Ø D

• For heating and chilled water

applications

• Threaded connections

Ø D

• Non-replaceable diaphragm, max.

operating temperature 70°C

• Meets or exceeds EC norms for

pressure vessels 2014/108/EG

Ø D

H

• Durable epoxy coating with

attractive new colour

• Factory pre-pressurised gas

chamber (Nitrogen)

H

H

A

A

h

h

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

A

8-25 litres

35-250 litres 300-1000 litres

Model Volume (lt) Ø D mm H mm h mm A Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

6 Bar

DR8-3 8 206 305 - R 3/4 1.6 1.5

DR12-3 12 280 275 - R 3/4 2.4 1.5

DR18-3 18 280 380 - R 3/4 3.4 1.5

DR25-3 25 280 490 - R 3/4 4.2 1.5

DR35-3 35 354 460 130 R 3/4 4.8 1.5

DR50-3 50 409 469 158 R 3/4 5.7 1.5

DR80-3 80 480 565 166 R 1 8.7 1.5

DR100-3 100 480 670 166 R 1 11.4 1.5

DR140-3 140 480 912 175 R 1 13.1 1.5

DR200-3 200 634 758 205 R 1 22 1.5

DR250-3 250 634 888 205 R 1 24.7 1.5

DR300-3 300 634 1092 235 R 1 27 1.5

DR400-3 400 740 1102 245 R 1 47 1.5

DR500-3 500 740 1312 245 R 1 52 1.5

DR600-3 600 740 1531 245 R 1 66 1.5

DR800-3 800 740 1996 245 R 1 96 1.5

DR1000-3 1000 740 2406 245 R 1 118 1.5

6

5

4

Wall-hung Bracket

• For vessels 8 - 25 litres

• Holder with multiple connections

Product No.

DWB825

% Expansion

3

2

1

0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Water Temperature ºC

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Duraflex Cobalt - Static Expansion Tanks

Duraflex Cobalt

10, 16, 25 Bar Rated

Ø D

BLADDER TYPE

Ø D

• For potable water, water heating and

hydro-pneumatic well applications

Ø D

• Bladder according to DIN EN 13831

norm part 3

• From 60 litres volume with

replaceable bladder

H

H

H

• All vessel parts in contact with

water are coated against corrosion

• Meets or exceeds EC norms for

pressure vessels 2014/108/EG

A

A

h

• Fitted with manometer from

Ø 1000 mm

8-25 litres 33 litres 50-500 litres

• Threaded connections up to 1000l

• Flanged connections above 1000l

• Durable epoxy coating

• Factory pre-pressurised gas

chamber (Nitrogen)

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Model Volume (lt) Ø D mm H mm h mm A Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

10 Bar

DX8-10 8 206 335 - G 3/4 1.7 4

DX12-10 12 280 307 - G 3/4 2.4 4

DX18-10 18 280 410 - G 3/4 2.8 4

DX25-10 25 280 520 - G 3/4 3.7 4

DX33-10 33 354 454 - G 3/4 5.7 4

DX33 1 -10 33 354 520 66 G 3/4 6.5 4

DX50-10 50 409 604 102 G 1 9.5 4

DX60-10 60 409 734 161 G 1 11.2 4

DX80-10 80 480 745 153 G 1 14.0 4

DX100-10 100 480 850 153 G 1 16.0 4

DX200-10 200 634 967 150 G 1 1/4 36.5 4

DX300-10 300 634 1267 150 G 1 1/4 41.5 4

DX400-10 400 740 1245 139 G 1 1/4 73.0 4

DX500-10 500 740 1475 133 G 1 1/4 103.0 4

DX600-10 600 740 1859 263 G 1 1/2 128.0 4

DX800-10 800 740 2325 263 G 1 1/2 176.0 4

DX1000-10 Ø740 1000 740 2805 263 G 1 1/2 214.0 4

DX1000-10 Ø1000 1000 1000 2001 291 DN65/PN16 427.0 4

16 Bar

DX8-16 8 206 335 - G 3/4 2.7 4

DX12-16 12 280 309 - G 3/4 3.5 4

DX25-16 25 280 520 - G 3/4 5.6 4

DX80-16 80 480 745 153 G 1 23.0 4

DX100-16 100 480 850 153 G 1 27.0 4

DX200-16 200 634 967 150 G 1 1/4 57.0 4

DX300-16 300 634 1267 150 G 1 1/4 66.0 4

DX400-16 400 740 1394 265 G 1 1/4 116.0 4

DX500-16 500 740 1614 265 G 1 1/4 127.0 4

DX600-16 600 740 1859 265 G 1 1/4 158.0 4

DX800-16 800 740 2324 265 G 1 1/4 202.0 4

DX1000-16 Ø740 1000 740 2604 265 G 1 1/4 244.0 4

DX1000-16 Ø1000 1000 1000 2001 286 DN65/PN16 530.0 4

25 Bar

DX8-25 8 206 335 - G 3/4 3.5 4

DX80-25 80 450 942 159 DN50/PN40 70.0 4

DX120-25 120 450 1253 159 DN50/PN40 100.0 4

DX180-25 180 450 1528 159 DN50/PN40 116.0 4

DX300-25 300 750 1318 160 DN50/PN40 150.0 4

1

with legs

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Contents

Duraflex Joule

BLADDER TYPE

10, 16, 25 Bar Rated

The Duraflex Joule series are designed for heating, chilled

and condenser closed circuit applications

• Suitable for glycol mixture up to 50%

• Replaceable EPDM Bladder

• Pressure gauge fitted (100L and above)

• Electrostatic powder coat finish

• Factory pre-pressurised gas chamber (nitrogen)

• Max operating temperature -10°C / 70°C

• Wall mount bracket available (8-25L)

H

ØD

ØD

H

c

c

8-19L 24-35L

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

8-35L

Model Volume (lt) Ø D mm H mm c mm Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

10 Bar

DJ008-10 8 220 296 1" M 2.9 2

DJ012-10 12 220 410 1" M 3.5 2

DJ019-10 19 280 434 1" M 4.5 2

DJ024-10 24 280 484 1" M 4.9 2

DJ035-10 35 354 465 1" M 6.0 2

16 Bar

DJ019-16 19 280 420 1" M 7.5 2

DJ024-16 24 280 484 1" M 7.7 2

25 Bar

DJ019-25 19 280 426 1" M 11 2

DJ024-25 24 280 476 1" M 13 2

DJ035-25 35 354 451 1" M 17 2

Wall-hung Bracket

• For vessels 8 - 25 litres

• Holder with multiple connections

Product No.

DWB825

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BLADDER TYPE

ØD

ØD

ØD

ØD

H

H

H

H

h h h h

c c c c

50L 80-140L 200-500L 750-1000L

50-1000L

Model Volume (lt) Ø D mm H mm c mm h mm Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

10 Bar

DJ50-10 50 410 650 1" M 130 9.2 2

DJ80-10 80 480 791 1" M 170 15 4

DJ100-10 100 480 899 1" M 170 17 4

DJ140-10 140 480 1137 1" M 170 24 4

DJ200-10 200 634 1008 1¼" F 150 36 4

DJ250-10 250 634 1123 1¼" F 150 41 4

DJ300-10 300 634 1296 1¼" F 150 45 4

DJ400-10 400 740 1427 1¼" F 185 65 4

DJ500-10 500 740 1563 1¼" F 185 70 4

DJ750-10 750 848 1736 2" F 185 122 4

DJ1000-10 1000 848 2187 2" F 185 156 4

16 Bar

DJ50-16 50 410 650 1" M 125 15 2

DJ80-16 80 480 791 1" M 160 22 4

DJ100-16 100 480 899 1" M 160 25 4

DJ140-16 140 480 1137 1" M 160 31 4

DJ200-16 200 634 1008 1¼" F 145 56 4

DJ300-16 300 634 1296 1¼" F 145 71 4

DJ400-16 400 740 1427 1¼" F 180 154 4

DJ500-16 500 740 1563 1¼" F 180 166 4

DJ750-16 750 800 1981 2" F 180 223 4

DJ1000-16 1000 800 2500 2" F 180 285 4

25 Bar

DJ50-25 50 410 600 3" 140 28 4

DJ80-25 80 450 615 3" 160 39 4

DJ100-25 100 450 949 3" 160 43 5

DJ140-25 140 500 1104 3" 160 56 5

DJ200-25 200 600 1015 1¼" F 140 115 5

DJ300-25 300 640 1305 1¼" F 140 127 5

DJ500-25 500 750 1498 1¼" F 185 172 5

DJ750-25 750 750 1945 2" F 175 300 5

DJ1000-25 1000 800 2498 2" F 210 330 5

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

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Duraflex OEM & EN - Static Expansion Tanks

Contents

Duraflex OEM

Slimline 3 Bar Rated

• Flat vessel for heating (built-in boiler applications)

• Non-replaceable diaphragm according to DIN EN

13831 norm part 3, max. operating temperature 70°C

• From 18 litres with suspension brackets

• Meets or exceeds EC normsfor pressure vessels

2014/108/EG

• Durable epoxy coating

• Factory pre-pressurised gas chamber (Nitrogen)

H

Ø D

H

Ø D

A

A

8 litres 12-24 litres

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Model Volume (lt) H mm d mm W mm A Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

F8 8 389 389 88 G 3/8 6.3 0.75

F12 12 444 350 108 G 1/2 7.7 1.0

F15 15 444 350 134 G 3/4 8.2 1.0

F18 18 444 350 158 G 3/4 8.7 1.0

F24 24 444 350 180 G 3/4 9.4 1.0

Duraflex EN

Slimline 3 Bar Rated

• For heating and chilled water applications

• Suitable for anti-frost mixture up to 50%

• Provided with suspension bracket for easy

installation

• Non-replaceable butyl bladder according to

DIN EN 13831 norm part 3, max. operating

temperature 70°C

• Meets or exceeds EC norms for pressure vessels

2014/108/EG

• Durable epoxy coating with attractive new colour

• Factory pre-pressurised gas chamber (Nitrogen)

H

Ø D

A

w

d

Model Volume (lt) Ø D mm H mm d mm W mm A Weight kg Pre-Charge P. (bar)

EN8-3 8 280 287 163 52 G 1/2 2.8 1.0

EN12-3 12 354 362 168 64 G 1/2 3.2 1.0

EN18-3 18 354 362 222 76 G 3/4 4.7 1.0

EN25-3 25 409 419 239 93 G 3/4 5.5 1.0

EN35-3 35 480 457 240 97 G 3/4 7.3 1.0

EN50-3 50 480 457 318 125 G 3/4 8.1 1.5

EN80-3 80 634 612 325 135 G 3/4 14.5 1.5

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DEAERATION

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Duraflex Ecopress Compact - Pressurisation Systems

Contents

Duraflex EcoPress® Compact

Pressurisation Systems

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

The EcoPress Compact (compressor-controlled).

EcoPress pressurization stations regulate the pressure on

the gas side of the vessel by means of compressor:

• When the set pressure is exceeded, the overflow valve

opens and releases air from the expansion vessel. Due to

the drop in pressure on the air side, water flows into the

expansion vessel and pressure falls in the system.

• If pressure falls below the set pressure, the compressor

switches on and pumps air into the air side of the expansion

vessel, forcing water into the system: the water level falls in

the vessel and pressure rises in the system.

• Additional units for water make-up and degassing can be

added to the EcoPress. The possibility of the intelligent

integration of a water make-up system is incorporated into

the EcoPress Control.

EcoPress Compact

• Compact compressor-controlled pressurization station for

heating and cooling water systems.

• Perm. excess oprating presure 6 bar

• Perm. flow temperature 120ºC

• Perm. operating temperature 70ºC

• Perm. ambient temperature 0-45ºC

• Degree of protection IP 54

Tanks

• Nominal volume 200-500 litres

Control Unit

• Pressure maintenance with 1 or 2 compressors

• Overflow valves

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Performance Data

EcoPress Model

Operating

Pressure kPa

Operating Temp.

ºC

Enviro. Temp. ºC

Noise Level dB

Electrical Power

kW

Electrical V / Hz

System

Connection

RC 200 ≤ 600 >0-70* >0-45 72 0.75 240 / 50† R1

RC 300 ≤ 600 >0-70* >0-45 72 0.75 240 / 50† R1

RC 400 ≤ 600 >0-70* >0-45 72 0.75 240 / 50† R1

RC 500 ≤ 600 >0-70* >0-45 72 0.75 240 / 50† R1

* Mounted in system return line, diaphragm load of the expansion vessel max. 70°C; please contact us if there is an expected continuous temperature < 0°C

† Main switch, fixed connection to terminal strip.

Dimensional Data

øD

Model øD mm H mm h mm Weight kg

RC 200 634 1320 135 52

RC 300 634 1620 135 69

RC 400 740 1620 135 80

RC 500 740 1845 135 93

H

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

BMS Modules

h

Type

Weight kg

LonWorks Digital 1.5

LonWorks 1.9

Profi bus-DP 1.9

Ethernet 1.9

BACnet-IP for Control Touch 0.4

BACnet MS/TP for Control Touch 0.4

Modbus RTU for Control Touch 0.4

Profibus RTU for Control Touch 0.4

I/O Modules 1

Control Remote

EcoPress Compact

EcoPress

Remote monitoring, diagnostics and at last remote-control

maintenance are becoming increasingly important for the

supervision of supply grid systems. For the responsible onsite

operator, it is more and more difficult to find qualified

support staff. Long distances to sites frequently prevent

quick and continuous control.

Type L mm W mm H mm Weight kg

Control Remote 83 60 34 0.3

EcoVac

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Duraflex EcoPress®

Pressurisation Systems

Pressure-maintaining station with automatic

water make-up and deaeration.

The pump-controlled EcoPress opens up a completely new

dimension of pressure-maintaining stations for heating and

cooling circuits. Its five functions are:

• it keeps the system pressure within very restricted limits

• it deaerates the content water

• it makes up water automatically

• maintaining system pressure within 50kPa

• provides outputs to BMS systems

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Thus, the Duraflex EcoPress is a solution to decrease air

problems, especially within closed heating installations,

which, according to a study of the Technical University of

Dresden, arise in more than 50% of the installations.

The Duraflex EcoPress ensures air-free installations up

to the top floor and into the last corner. An additional

advantage: A special data interface allows the integration

into the modern facility management.

The high efficiency of the EcoPress principle has been

proven and tested in numerous application examples. The

combination of pressure maintenance, deaeration, and

water make-up complies with all requirements for air-free

systems and requires only little maintenance.

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Advantages

EcoPress / EcoPress Giga advantages against a Fillset with Pre charge Vessels

Pressure Control

• Keeps pressure +/- 0.2 bar limits

• Spill valves, proportionally controlled motorised ball valves

and not solenoids

• Ball valves afford tighter volume/pressure control without

clogging (as per solenoid valves)

• No water hammer – as sometimes happens with solenoids

on other systems

• No regular maintenance and checks as per pre charged

vessels

• Software with alarms protect the EcoPress/system via BMS

• If unit is set up correctly then basically a “ fit and forget”

type installation.

• High Integrity information output to your BMS so system

information may be mapped and safety parameters alarms

to suit your requirements.

Degassing

• Integral atmospheric degassing facility (not available on fill,

pre charge or other types)

• If high temperature between 70ºC and 90ºC use Duraflex

Vacuum Deaerator Degassing

• Degassing helps to improve hydraulic balancing and

ensures circulating pumps run to curve. The risk of

mechanical seal failure and damage to windings on

glandless pumps is significantly reduced due to good

hydraulic properties. The flow characteristics of devices

such as plate heat exchangers, boilers etc will be found to

be as published. All of these factors enable the specified

system performance to be readily achieved ensuring a

timely handover to the final client.

Space Savings

• Acceptance Factor on these vessels 90%

• One EcoPress vessel to 4 pre charge vessels (due to

acceptance factors)

• Cost savings on Vessel amount and also installation and

materials (piping etc)

Expansion Bend

Guarantees the pressure

compensation towards

the atmosphere between

the vessel wall and the

diaphraghm

Heavy Duty

Steel Tank

Technology and Alarm Safety

• Microprocessor technology includes power fail safe relay

/ soft starters / various alarms re high and low pressures

and water reserve levels / error messages. Manual checks

of pumps, spill valves & fill solenoid/fillset P plus many

other features. Real time log of alarm conditions

• All BMS outputs are volt free and most beneficial is an

extension module which gives discrimination for HP/LP

conditions etc. Analogue outputs enable remote monitoring

of system pressure and vessel volume.

• Pumped system integrity monitored by multiple filling

safety alarms monitoring water make up duration and

repetitive filling.

Maintenance

• The operating system is easily understood and works with

pre-programmed defaults operating around a single setting

for the operator.

• Minimal maintenance with yearly warning in display when

service is scheduled.

• All default parameters may be changed by a Automatic

Heating Service Engineer to suit your system/BMS

requirements.

Financial Benefits

• Quicker handover of whole project to client due to optimised

hydraulic performance.

• Enhanced system control ensures an almost constant

pressure regardless of temperature. Reduced risk of

leakage from joints etc on existing pipe systems.

• Less space taken with fewer vessels as space in many

instances is a premium

• Minimal maintenance cost with only “Health Check” cleaning

of dirt traps and buffer vessel gas charge required.

The sounding pipe

Deaeration extracts the

gasses from the tank

and prevents de-aeration

High-Quality Butyl

Bladder

Protects the expansion

water from a direct air

admission

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Control Unit

Guarantees maximum

operating comfort. All

Duraflex controls (EcoPress,

EcoPress Giga, EcoPRess

Compact, Duraflex Vacuum

Deaerator have been

designed according to a

uniform design guideline

Pressure Cell

(Level measurement) enables the

determination of the vessel fill level

The pressure expansion

relief at atmospheric

pressure results in

the deaeration of the

expansion water

Connection Set

Connects the control unit with

the DVG basic vessel. For 1-pump

systems, the protected shut-off is

integrated in the connection set.

With respect to 2-pump systems,

the protected shut-off is located on

the control unit

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EcoPress Working Principle

For Heating

1 Low temperature

2 Temp. Increase

3 Full Power

4 Cooling Down

5 Replenish

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

System pressure is

constant, unit at rest

with a small water

reserve.

For Cooling

System pressure

increase is detected.

Hence, water flows

into the bladder

through the open valve

and is de-aerated due

to pressure drop.

The unit reaches

almost full capacity

when the temperature

increase is completed.

Pressure is maintained.

System pressure

decreases; the

deaerated water

is pumped back to

the system until

pressure’s setpoint is

restored.

If the vessel’s water

volume drops under

critical level, the unit

refills the bladder

until minimum water

reserve.

1 Cooling Down

2 Low Temperature

3 Temp. Increase

4 Full Power

Water volume and

thus pressure drops,

the de-aerated water

is pumped back to the

system until pressure

reaches defined level.

The unit is at rest with

a small amount of

water.

Water volume and

system pressure

increases subsequently,

the overflow valve

opens in order to

allow water into the

depressurised vessel

until pressure stabilizes.

The unit reaches

almost full capacity

when the temperature

surge is completed

all while maintaining

pressure constant.

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Installation Examples

Duraflex EcoPress 1 up to 2 MW with 1 pump

PIS

VG basic vessel

Max. 70 ºC

PIS

VS control unit

Pressure Accumulating

Vessel

Expansion line

Duraflex Fillset

with contact

water meter

≥ 500

Water

Make-up

Pressure maintenance,

compensating for the

expansion volume

The pump and over flow valve are

actuated in such a way that pressure

remains constant within a range

of around ± 0.2 bar. The expansion

water is supplied to or discharged

from the depressurised basic vessel

in 2 separate expansion lines.

TIME

LIS

LIS

Discharge

valve

Duraflex EcoPress 2 - 1 up to 4 MW with 2 pumps

VF secondary vessel

VG basic vessel

VS control

unit

PIS

Pressure Accumulating

Vessel

Expansion line

≥ 500

Water

Make-up

Duraflex Fillset

with contact

water meter

Boiler/Chiller

heating&

cooling source

Water Make-up

The volume of discharged free gases

and water losses are automatically

replenished. The level measurement

is carried out by evaluating the

weight of the basic vessel. Water

make-up based on the filling level

in the basic vessel is monitored by

a leakage monitor and interrupted

in the event of any malfunctions.

With the EcoPress 2, the signals

of a contact water meter can be

evaluated (Duraflex Fillset with

contact water meter).

TIME

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

Max. 70 ºC Max. 70 ºC

LIS

TIME

Discharge

valve

Boiler/Chiller

heating&

cooling source

Deaeration

A part flow of the heating water is

released into the basic vessel and

thus degassed. The deaeration mode

can be selected from the following

versions:

• Continuous deaeration: constant

deaeration after startup and repairs

in the supply system, to allow all

residual air to be removed from the

system.

• Follow-up deaeration: activated

automatically after continuous

deaeration and performed after

every pump operation.

• Interval deaeration: performed after

a specified schedule.

Note: The useful volume rate is 90 % for

the pump controlled pressurisation units.

Therefore according to calculations the

required expansion tank size is smaller

than static tank size.

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EcoPress Control Units

• EcoPress controller DV 1 with Control Basic

• From EcoPress controller DV 2 with Control Touch & soft start

• Perm. advance temperature 120°C

• Perm. operating temperature 70°C

• Perm. ambient temperature 0 - 45°C

• Sound level approx. 55 dB(A)

• Degree of protection: IP 54

• Water make-up connection Rp 1/2”

• Pump/overflow valve connection Rp 1/Rp 1

• Common fault signal and RS 485 interface

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

DV Control Unit - 1 Pump

DV Control Unit - 2 Pumps

DV Control Unit - 1 Pump

Type P0 Height Width Depth Connection Power Voltage Sound Level Weight

bara mm mm mm kW V dB(A) kg

DV 1 ≤ 2.5 680 530 580 2 x G 1 0.75 240/50 Hz 55 25

DV 2-1/60 ≤ 4.8 920 470 730 2 x G 1 1.1 240/50 Hz 55 33

DV 2-1/75 ≤ 6.5 920 530 640 2 x G 1 1.1 240/50 Hz 55 35

DV 2-1/95 ≤ 8.0 920 530 640 2 x G 1 1.1 240/50 Hz 55 37

DV 1-1/140 ≤ 13.5 920 530 640 2 x G 1 2.2 400/50 Hz 60 50

* Control basic only. For 60 Hz operations , please consult us

DV Control Unit - 2 Pumps

Type P0 Height Width Depth Connection Power Voltage Sound Level Weight

bar mm mm mm kW V dB(A) kg

DV 2-2/35 ≤ 2.5 920 700 780 2 x G 1 1/4 1.2 240/50 Hz 55 54

DV 2-2/60 ≤ 4.8 920 700 780 2 x G 1 1/4 2.2 240/50 Hz 55 58

DV 2-2/75 ≤ 6.5 920 720 800 2 x G 1 1/4 2.2 240/50 Hz 55 72

DV 2-2/95 ≤ 8.0 920 720 800 2 x G 1 1/4 2.2 240/50 Hz 55 76

DV 1-2/140 ≤ 13.5 920 720 800 2 x G 1 1/4 4.4 400/50 Hz 60 80

For 60 Hz operations , please consult us

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EcoPress Tanks

• Heavy duty steel tank

• Approval in acc. with the 2014/108/EC directives

• Replaceable butyl bladder in accordance with DIN EN 13831

• Max. system temperature 120°C

• Max. operation temperature 70°C

• Durable epoxy coating with attractive grey colour

Ø D

Ø D

H

H

EcoPress

DV

Control Unit

= +

DVG

Basic Vessel

Connection

Set

h

h

DVG Basic Vessel

DVF Secondary Vessel

DVG Basic Vessel DVG Secondary Vessel Ø D H h Connection Weight

Part No. Part No. mm mm mm kg

DVG 200 DVF 200 634 1060 146 G 1 41.4

DVG 300 DVF 300 634 1360 146 G 1 52.2

DVG 400 DVF 400 740 1345 133 G 1 72.2

DVG 500 DVF 500 740 1560 133 G 1 81.8

DVG 600 DVF 600 740 1810 133 G 1 96.8

DVG 800 DVF 800 740 2275 133 G 1 109.9

DVG 1000 Ø 740 DVF 1000 Ø 740 740 2685 133 G 1 156

DVG 1000 Ø 1000 DVF 1000 Ø 1000 1000 2130 350 G 1 292.8

DVG 1500 DVF 1500 1200 2130 350 G 1 320

DVG 2000 DVF 2000 1200 2590 350 G 1 565

DVG 3000 DVF 3000 1500 2590 380 G 1 795

DVG 4000 DVF 4000 1500 3160 380 G 1 1080

DVG 5000 DVF 5000 1500 3695 380 G 1 1115

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

EcoPress Connection Set

Connection Set - 1 Pump

VG vessel (Ø/mm) Weight kg

480 - 740 2

1000 - 1500 3

Connection Set - 2 Pumps

VG vessel (Ø/mm) Weight kg

480 - 740 2

1000 - 1500 3

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Duraflex Control

Control Basic

Control Touch

Remote Control

• 2-line LCD display

• 4.3” touch screen colour display

• Remote control via secure server

• 8 control keys

• 2 status LED Integrated control of

system pressure, deaeration and

water make-up

• Graphic user interface

• Simply structured plain text menus

including operating instructions and

help texts

• System monitoring via PC or mobile

device at any time and everywhere

• (Professional) remote servicing by

Duraflex Customer Service

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

• Manual and automatic operation

• Common fault output signal

• Input, for contact water meter

• RS-485 interface

• Integrated control of system

pressure, deaeration and water

make-up

• Manual and automatic operation

• Permanent display of the most

important operating parameters in

the system diagram

• Intelligent Plug & Play operational

management

• Evaluation and storage of the most

important operational data

• Extensive interfaces:

- Input, for contact water meter

- 2 x dry contact outputs for error

messages

- 2 x analogue outputs for pressure

and vessel content

- 2 x RS-485 interfaces

- Plugs for Bluetooth module and

HMS networks, as well as SD card

• Duraflex Remote Portal with intuitive

user interface

• Simple management of multiple

installations

• Visualisation of all parameters

• Diagrams for run-time monitoring

• Alarm messages via e-mail or

messaging

• User-provided Internet or GSM

connection

• Factory-installed or retrofitting,

independent of Touch or Basic

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EcoPress Quick Selection

Selection Example

P0

bar

Output heat generator Q = 500 kW

Water capacity VS = 5000 litres

Design temperature T = 70/50 ºC

Static height

Hst = 30 m

Expansion coefficient n = 0.0228

P0 ≥

P0 ≥

Vn ≥

Vn ≥

Hst [m]

bar + 0.2 bar

10

30

10

Ve + Vws

DF

bar + 0.2 bar = 3.2 bar

5000 x (0.0228 + 0.005)

= 155 liter

0.9

Selected:

Control unit VS 2-1/60

Expansion vessel VG 200

Pressure Accumulating Vessel NG 80

Connection set G 1”

Make-up

Duraflex Fillset

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

• For cooling water systems up to 30°C only

50% of the nominal heating power should be

considered when selecting the control unit

• In performance ranges > 2 MW we

recommend using double pump systems

EcoPress VG - VF Vessel Sizing

Nominal volume Vn

Approximate value from the diagram

or

Calculation acc. to formula

Total thermal output of the heat generation system - MW

Vn ≥ VA x

0.031 [70°C]

0.045 [90°C]

0.054 [100°C]

0.063 [110°C]

Setting flow temperature

Vn = Nominal volume, liter

VA = System water content , liter

• The nominal volumes can be distributed to

several vessels

(VG basic vessel and VF secondary vessel).

Total thermal output of the heat generation system - MW

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Duraflex EcoPress Giga - Pressurisation Systems

Contents

Duraflex EcoPress® Giga

Pressurisation Systems

The EcoPress Giga Pressure-maintaining

station is a real power pack.

The Duraflex EcoPress Giga pressure-maintaining

program is tailored to the specific requirements of

industrial and district heating. Within a capacity range

of up to approximately 20 MW, EcoPress Giga models

with a modular design are offered. The combination

of various control and hydraulic systems allows us to

achieve a customer-friendly range of various models while

maintaining a high degree of standardization at the same

time. In addition, the experts of our development team plan

and construct larger systems upon individual request.

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

EcoPress Giga is a premium quality system with a flexible,

modular design

• For heat generating systems up to and over 120°C.

• Heating capacity up to 30 MW, up to 15 MW/120°C, an

automatic selection by the customer is possible

• Two pressure-maintaining pumps

• Built-in controlled water make-up

• Fully automated operation for the integration into the

modern facility management with numerous options

• Possibility of triggering a ’Duraflex Vacuum Deaerator’

vacuum spray tube deaeration

• Depending upon the performance, 2 or 3 parallel connected

overflow

• Valves with additional protection of the minimum operating

pressure

• Internationality: you can select from 8 languages in the

control unit, any extension is possible

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Contents

Duraflex EcoPress Giga - Pressurisation Systems

Features

Innovative Technology and Reliability

The Duraflex EcoPress Giga offers by default an automatic,

controlled water makeup. The water make-up is controlled

in dependence on the water level in the GG primary vessel.

An even more comfortable solution: Equip the Duraflex

EcoPress Giga with the Duraflex EcoPress Vacuum

Deaerator vacuum spray tube deaeration. It does not only

free the make-up water from dissolved gases, but also

ensures that the content water in the system is almost gasfree.

“Air problems“ due to free gas bubbles at system high

points, at circulating pumps or control valves are a thing of

the past!

Modular Design and Customisation

• For heat generating systems up to and over 120°C.

• Heating capacities up to 250 MW and more.

• Pressures also above 40 bar.

• Expansion volumes up to 160,000 liters.

• Medium pressure maintenance in case of complicated

pressure conditions.

• Fully automated operation with individual operating

program and SPS.

• Suitable for high temperature hot water plants.

The expansion bend

ensures the pressure compensation

towards the atmosphere between

reservoir wall and diaphragm.

GH Hydraulics

The 10 design models of the GH

hydraulic system allows the hydraulic

adjustment to the most different

systems and environments.

The sounding pipe

deaeration extracts the gasses

from the tank and prevents a

de-aeration.

The high-quality butyl bladder

protects the expansion water

from direct air admission.

Bladder Control

By Cumtomer

EXPANSION &

DEAERATION

GS Control unit

The GS control in 6 basic models

ensures an excellent operating

comfort. All reflex controls have been

designed according to a uniform

design guide line.

MBM ll bladder

rupture detector

(option)

The flex-connection

for the expansion line is

required for the proper

function of the level

measurement.

The pressure cell

(level measurement)

allows to determine the

reservoir level.

Over-flow line

with patented motor

ball-valve-auto function

Min. press. limiter

Safety valve

for protection of the GG

and GF vessels

Water make-up