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OIL/GAS BURNERS

techniques for energy saving

MODELS

DUAL
DUAL
DUAL
DUAL
DUAL
DUAL
DUAL

1
2
3
4
3P
4P
5P

NATURAL GAS / LIGHT OIL


220 Volt 50 Hz

LB 422
27.09.2001

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TECHNICAL DATA

4,5
2,3

m /h
mbar

Min. capacity natural gas

Pressure gas

F
N

Motor pump capacitor

Rpm

Natural gas

kcal/Nm3

kcal/kg

Safety (optional)

Gas valve 300 mbar

Fuel : Light oil

Safety (optional)

Gas valve 100 mbar

1/2

1/2

3/4

3/4

LGB 21

10/20

2.800

3,5

6,3

75

200

220

15 20

8,1

15,1

6,8

12,8

81

70.000

151

130.000

3/4

3/4

LGB 21

10/20

2.800

3,5

75

250

220

15 300

14

25,6

11,8

21,6

140

120.000

232

200.000

DUAL 3 - 3P DUAL 4 - 4P

10.200 max. visc 1,5E a 20C


LCV 8.600

1/2

LGB 21

M 300

8/20

2.800

50

50

220

15 20

4,1

7,5

3,5

6,3

40

35.000

75

65.000

DUAL 2

1/2

LGB 21

LANDIS
Safety (optional)

M 300

8/20

2.800

50

50

220

15 20

BRAHMA

Gas valve

Control box

kV/mA

Motor fan capacitor

Ignition transformer

Motor fan power

Motor pump power

Voltage single phase 50 Hz

m3/h

Max. capacity natural gas

kg/h

Min. capacity light oil

3,9

kg/h

23

kW

Max. capacity light oil

20.000

46

kW
kcal/h

40.000

kcal/h

Thermal power max.

Thermal power min.

DUAL 1

MODELS

1 1/2

LGB 21

10/20

2.800

3,5

10

75

300

220

15 300

16,3

32,6

13,7

27,5

163

140.000

326

280.000

DUAL 5 P

WORKING FIELDS
mbar 7

5
DU
AL

4
P

AL

AL

DU

AL

3P

DU

AL

DU

DU

AL
DU

DU

Pressure in the combustion chamber

AL

0
20

40

20

40

80

60
60

80

100

100

120

120

140

140
160

160
180

180
200

200

220

240

240

220
260

280

260
300

kcal/h
280 x 1000
320

kW

Burner output

DIAGRAM : GAS PRESSURE - THERMAL OUTPUT


Gas pressure is measured at the pressurte gauge fixing point (see fig.) with burner running and combustion chamber at 0 mbar. Max. output is obtained with the gas regulator completely opened and with a
natural gas (calorific value 8.600 Kcal/m3).
mbar 18
16

AL

14

AL

DU
AL

DU
AL

5P

AL

DU

4P

DU

10

AL

DU

Gas pressure

3P

DU

12

2
0
20
20

40
40

80

60
60

80

100

100
120

120
140

140
160

160
180

Burner output

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180
200

220

200
240

220
260

240
280

260
300

kcal/h
280 x 1000
320

kW

OVERALL DIMENSIONS
DUAL 1-2

A
C

D - D1

DUAL 3/P - 4/P


A
B

D - D1

M8

WITHOUT METAL FLANGE


H

M8

DUAL 5/P

D - D1

MODELS

D1

DUAL 1 - 2

525

235

290

82

140

210

89

192

153

110

110

M8

DUAL 3 - 3P

490

240

250

170

270

350

108

270

185

M8

DUAL 4 - 4P

490

240

250

170

270

350

133

270

185

M8

DUAL 5P

600

240

360

170

270

350

140

270

185

190

190

M8

D= Short head; D1= Long head

INSTALLATION
Max Pressure 50 mbar

1
1
2
3
4
5
6

7 4

- Main gas pipe


- Ball valve
- Union
- Pressure gauge fixing point
- Gas filter
- Governor

7 - Gas pressure switch


8 - Solenoid valve
9 - Oil cock
10- Oil filter
11- Hose

10
9

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BURNER START-UP
Operating with gas
GAS-OIL switch ON GAS position
DUAL 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 3P - 4P
Once connected the burner to the gas pipe make sure that there are no leakages.
Air bleed the pipe through the pressure gauge fixing point and check the pressure with a pressure gauge.
Turn the thermostats to the desired temperature. The burner will purge for about 45 sec. At this point
the gas valve opens and the transformer ignites. Control the gas flow in the gas meter and adjust the
needed quantity of gas operating on the gas valve.
Adjust the needed quantity of air, operating on the air regulator.
In case of no ignition the burner goes to lock-out within 2 sec.
In case of extintion of the flame while operating lock-out time is less than one sec.
In case of lack or descreasing of air pressure, the air pressure switch shutts off the gas valve.
DUAL 5P
Once connected the burner to the gas pipe make sure that there are no leakages.
Air bleed the pipe through the pressure gauge fixing point and check the pressure with a pressure gauge.
Turn the thermostats to the desired temperature. The burner will purge for about 45 sec. At this point
the first stage gas valve and the safety gas valve open and the transformer ignites. After en interval of
approx. 20 sec. the second stage gas valve opens and in the same time the motorized air damper goes to
full opening position. Required gas flow for 1 st. and 2 nd. stage must the controlledon the gas meter
and adjusted on the gas valves. (See fig.). Required air capacity for the1 st. and 2 nd. stage is adjusted
operating on motorized air damper (See fig.).
In case of no ignition the burner goes to lock-out within 2 sec.
In case of extintion of the flame while operating lock-out time is less than one sec.
In case of lack or descreasing of air pressure, the air pressure switch shutts off the gas valve.

OIL

GAS
2

GAS BURNING
After setting the burner for oil, leave air setting as it is at motorized air
damper.
Next, regulate gas supply to suit air flow to obtain optimal combustion
performance with gas and oil.
Move switch to position "2" gas.

GAS GOVERNOR

The governor does not form part of the burner accessories and therefore thecnical istructions on the adjustament of this component have been omitted.
However it is important toknow the folling points :
1 ) The gas pressure in the gas-mains must not exceed the maximum permitted pressure for the gonernor.
2 ) Every governor is furnished with several springs, usually identified by their
colour, each allowing a range of setting.
It is necessary to select the correct spring to suit the pressure required on the
burner.

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IONIZATION CURRENT
The minimum current necessary to operate the control-box is 15 A (BRAHMA) end 200 A ( LANDIS ). When the measurement of the current is required it is necessary to disconnect the lead to the
probe and insert in its place a microammeter for direct current (see fig. under).

Probe connecting point on control-box


Microammeter full-scale 100 A

BRAHMA M 300

8 9

UV CELL

UV CELL

Microammeter
full-scale 1000 A
MAX Ri 5000 Ohm

control-box LANDIS
LGB 21

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-

1 2

AGQ1....

SOLENOID GAS VALVE


KROMSCHRODER VG...ND

KROMSCHRODER VG...LD

st

a rt +

P
V

- V s t a rt

For start flame adjustment,


loosen the screw R and turn
the body P as required (see
scale). Tighten the screw R.
Max. output adjustment is
to be made by inserting an
elbow spanner in the socket
S situated at the bottom of
the valve and turning to the
left to reduce output, to the
right to increase it.

Max output adjustment is to be made


by inserting and
elbow spanner in
the socket S situated at the bottom
of the valve and
turning to the left
to reduce output,
to the right to
increase it.
S

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BRAHMA EG 12 SR

BRAHMA EG 25 S

Max output adjustment is to be made


by inserting and
elbow spanner in
the socket S situated at the bottom
of the valve and
turning to the left
to increase output,
to the right to
reduce it.

+
B

For gas output adjustment,


remove the cap T and insert
the spanner on the pin B
turning on the requested
direction. To reduce firing
output screw it up, to increase, unscrew it.

BRAHMA EG ....L
T

H
B

H
B

To adjust gas output, loosed the


screw B and turn the knob C as
required. To reduce output, turn
knob clockwise, to increase it
turn knob counter-clockwise.
Tighten the screw B. For fast
opening adjustment, remove the
cap T and insert the spanner on
the pin H turning on the requested direction. To reduce firing
output screw it up, to increase,
unscrew it.

SOLENOID GAS HONEYWELL VE 40...C1002


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A

Adjustment of the initial output :


T Regulation of 0-40% of the max. output. The adjustment
in the factory is done with a medium initial output.
The damper is completely effective. Changing of the initial output : take out the screw A, take off the cover T
and turn screw H. Turn the screw to the right to obtain a
reduction of the ignition output. Turn the screw to the
left to obtain an increase of the ignition output. To find
the right ignition regulation tighten or loosen the screw
H accordingly with on turn and start the burner. Check if
the ignition has set off correctly, otherwise tighten or loosen the screw again accordingly with one turn.

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D

To regulate the gas output thighten or loosen the D with a screwdriver of 12 mm. Reduce gas
pressure by turning screw
clockwise. Increase gas pressure
by turning screw counterclockwise. At end of regulation
put on the cover T with screw A.

N.B. : The 3 screws must be taken off only when changing the coil.
SOLENOID GAS VALVE
DUNGS MVD

DUNGS MVDLE

To adjustment gas output, loosen the nut E


and turn the knob L as
required. To reduce
output, turn screw
clockwise, to increase it
turn screw counterclockwise. Tighten the
nut E .

To adjustment gas output, loosen


the screw R and turn the knob P
as required. To reduce output,
turn knob clockwise, to increase it
turn knob counterclockwise.
Tighten the screw R. For fast opening adjustment, remove the cap
T and insert it in the pin Q with
its groove up. To reduce firing
output screw it up, to increase,
unscrew it

ADJUSTMENT MULTIBLOC MB-DLE /MB-ZRDLE


1 - Pressure governor adjustment
2 - Fast opening hydraulic brakes adjustment
3 - Flow rate adjustment
4 - High flame flow rate adjustment(MB-ZRDLE)
5 - Inlet pressure port
6 - Pressure governor membranes bleed
7 - Minimum presure switch adjustment

T
Q

2
P

4
P

WARNING : In order to have a correct


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combustion and thermal output adjustments, these must be carried out together
with a combustion analysis, to be executed
through suitable devices, taking care that
the values are the correct ones and are in
accordance with the local safety regulations. The adjustments must be carried out
by qualified and skilled technicians authorised by Ecoflam S.p.A.

3
7

ADJUSTMENT OF PRESSURE GOVERNOR


The adjustment procedure is the same for both single-stage (MB-DLE) and two-stage (MD-ZRDLE)
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versions. Check that gas pipe pressure is not higher than the maximum one specified for the governor,
then operate through a screw driver fitted into the suitable seat as shown in the figure. Adjustments
must be made with the burner running, in function of the working pressure and needs of each installation. The working fields are as follows: inlet pressure range 0100 mbar; outlet pressure range 3,620
mbar. Between the minimum and maximum outlet pressure there are approx. 60 adjusting screws
turns. The governor is adjusted to an intermediate position during the tests.
ADJUSTMENT OF GAS FLOW RATE FOR SINGLE-STAGE VERSION (MB-DLE)
To adjust the gas flow rate, loosen screw R and turn the regulator; to the right (screwing) to reduce; to
the left (unscrewing) to increase. At the end tighten screw R.
ADJUSTMENT OF GAS FLOW RATE FOR TWO-STAGE VERSION (MB-ZRDLE)
Low flame: Loosen screw R and turn regulator P. To the right (screwing) to reduce flow rate; to the left
(unscrewing) to increase. At the end tighten screw R.
High flame: loosen screw R and turn regulator P. To the right (screwing) to reduce flow rate; to the left
(unscrewing) to increase. At the end tighten screw R.
ADJUSTMENT OF FAST OPENINGS HYDRAULIC BRAKE
The adjustment procedure is the same for both single-stage (MB-DLE) and two-stage (MD-ZRDLE)
versions. To adjust the fast openings hydraulic brake, unscrew cover T and through its upper side turn
pin Q. Screw to reduce the opening speed; unscrew to increase. Screw cover T after regulation.
BURNER START-UP
Operating with light-oil GAS-OIL switch ON LIGHT-OIL position
DUAL 1 - 2 - 3 - 4
Once connected the hoses to the oil pipes make sure that there are no leakages.
Air bleed the pipe through the pump operating on the gauge connection (see fig.). Install the suitable
nozzle for the needed capacity. Turn the thermostats to the desired temperature. The burner will purge
for about 45 sec. At this point the oil valve opens and the transformer ignites. Control the pressure on
the pump( see fig.). Adjust the needed quantity of air, operating on the air regulator.
In case of no ignition the burner goes to lock-out within 2 sec.
In case of extintion of the flame while operating lock-out time is less than one sec.
In case of lack or descreasing of air pressure, the air pressure switch shutts off the oil valve.
DUAL 3P - 4P - 5P
Once connected the hoses to the oil pipes make sure that there are no leakages.
Air bleed the pipe through the pump operating on the gauge connection (see fig.). Install the suitable
nozzle for the needed capacity. Turn the thermostats to the desired temperature. The burner will purge
for about 45 sec. At this point the oil valve opens and the transformer ignites. Control the pressure on
the pump( see fig.).The burner starts at the minimum pressure setted on the pump (see pump operation). After 15 sec. the special valve on the pump increases the pressure up to the maximum choosen
level. Control the minimum and the maximum pressure on the pumpin order
OIL to obtain the requested capacity on low and high flame. Adjust the needed
GAS
quantity of air, operating on the air regulator. In case of no ignition the burner
0
1
2
goes to lock-out within 2 sec.. In case of extintion of the flame while operating
lock-out time is less than one sec.. In case of lack or descreasing of air pressure,
the air pressure switch shutts off the oil valve.
OIL BURNING
Move switch to position "1" oil
Attach an oil pressure manometer to pump
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MAXIMUM LENGTHS OF SUCTION LINES FOR TWO-PIPE SYSTEM


Two-pipe siphon feed system

Two-pipe lift system

Head H on
the pump
(m)

8 mm

10 mm

0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5

30
35
40
45
50
55
60

65
70
75
80
85
90
95

Copper pipe

Head H on
the pump
(m)

8 mm

10 mm

0,5
1
1,5
2
2,5
3
3,5

23
21
19
17
14
9
4

55
50
45
40
34
28
22

Copper pipe

NOZZLE OUTPUT
NOZZLE
GPH
0,50
0,60
0,65
0,75
0,85
1,00
1,10
1,20
1,25
1,35
1,50
1,65
1,75
2,00
2,25
2,50
3,00
3,50
4,00
4,50
5,00
5,50
6,00
GPH

10
1,90
2,28
2,47
2,85
3,23
3,80
4,18
4,56
4,75
5,13
5,70
6,27
6,65
7,60
8,55
9,50
11,40
13,30
15,20
17,10
19,00
20,90
22,80

11
1,99
2,39
2,59
2,99
3,39
3,99
4,38
4,78
5,00
5,38
5,90
6,58
6,98
7,97
8,97
9,97
11,96
13,95
15,94
17,94
19,93
21,92
23,93

PUMP PRESSURE BAR


12
13
14
2,08
2,17
2,25
2,50
2,60
2,70
2,71
2,82
2,92
3,12
3,25
3,37
3,54
3,68
3,82
4,16
4,33
4,50
4,58
4,77
4,95
5,00
5,20
5,40
5,20
5,40
5,60
5,62
5,85
6,07
6,24
6,50
6,75
6,87
7,15
7,42
7,29
7,58
7,87
8,33
8,67
8,99
9,37
9,75
10,12
10,41
10,83
11,24
12,49
13,00
13,49
14,57
15,17
15,74
16,65
17,33
17,99
18,73
19,50
20,24
20,82
21,67
22,48
22,90
23,83
24,73
24,98
26,00
26,98
OUTPUT Kg/h

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15
2,33
2,79
3,03
3,49
3,96
4,65
5,12
5,60
5,80
6,28
6,98
7,68
8,15
9,31
10,47
11,64
13,96
16,29
18,62
20,95
23,27
25,60
27,93

16
2,40
2,88
3,12
3,61
4,09
4,81
5,29
5,77
6,00
6,49
7,21
7,93
8,41
9,61
10,85
12,02
14,42
16,83
19,23
21,63
24,04
26,44
28,84

NOZZLE REPLACEMENT
Use only the box wrench provided for this operation. Remove the nozzle carefully taking great care not
to damage the electrodes. Fit the new nozzle with the same care.
NOTICE : Always check the position of the electrodes after replacing the nozzle(see plan).
2 2,5 mm

6 mm

PRIMING AND ADJUSTMENT OF THE PUMP


1
2
3
4
5
6

SUNTEC AS 47 K

3
4

INLET
RETURN
BLEED AND PRESSURE GAUGE PORT
VACUUM GAUGE PORT
PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
NOZZLE OUTLET

The pump setting at 11 bar is carried out in the factory during


testing. To prime the pump first of all start the burner and bleed
air from the pump through the gauge port. If the burner goes to
lock-out after the prepurging time due to lack of pressure in the
oil pump, restart the burner.

1
2
NOTE : before starting up the burner, make sure that the return pipe is clear. Check that the pipes do
not leak. It is advisable to use copper pipes. Do not exceed the depression limit of 4 mt.(0,45 bar) to
keep low noise levels. The return pipe must reach the same level as the check valve at the bottom of the
oil tank..
SUNTEC AT2 45A+C

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SUNTEC

5
2

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

INLET
RETURN
PRESSURE GAUGE PORT
VACUUM GAUGE PORT
HIGH PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
LOW PRESSURE ADJUSTMENT
NOZZLE OUTLET
SPECIAL PRESSURE PORT

The oil pump has a built in solenoid valve which provides a


two-mode pressure operation. Two rate firing whith upper and
lower pressure setting and changing of high pressure into low
pressure with built in solenoid valve. The pump setting at 10,5
bar (low flame) and 15 bar (high flame) is carried out in the factory during the testing of the burner.
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FIRING HEAD SETTING

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0

FIRING HEAD SETTING

AIR ADJUSTMENT

AIR REGULATION

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7

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24

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46

36

37

12

13

20 19 52

14

48

47

49

17

27

DUAL 1

26
18

21

50

30

25

10

34

29

28

35

31

39

33

38

32

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45.1

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44.1

42

44

- V start

rt +

ta

15

51

40
41

22

11

23

24

36

37

12

13

20 19 52 47

14

48

49

17

27

26

DUAL 2

18

21

50

30

25

10

34

29

28

35

31

39

33

38

32

36

45

MB DLE

41

20

19

39

10

16

44

37

23

22

46

47

12

48

45

24

34

13

15

- V start

rt +
V

ta

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38

44

21

14

11

25

17

40

27

42

DUAL 3-4 / 3-4P

43

29

18

36

28

35

31

30

32

33

26

33

DUAL 3/4 P
2

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43

20

19

39

10

37

23

49

48

12

22
46

24

47

44

34

13

38

45

21

14

11

DUAL 5 P

17

25

15

27

40

41

42

36

18

39

35

28

33

31

30

29

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DESCRIPTION
-

OIL PUMP
COIL
OIL VALVE
COUPLING
NIPPLE
HOSES
FILTER
MOTOR
SUPPORT
CAPACITOR
FAN

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19

IGNITION TRANSFORMER
COVER
FAN HOUSING
AIR DAMPER
AIR DAMPER SCREW
AIR CONVEYOR
COVER AIR INLET
CONTROL BOX BASE

20

- CONTROL BOX

21

- UV CEL

22
23
24
25
26
27

28

- BLAST TUBE

29
30

- ELECTRODES
- FIRING HEAD

31
32
33
34
35

NOZZLE HOLDER
FRONT DISC
REAR DISC
NOZZLE
ROD

36
37
38
39

INDEX
SCREW
CABLE
PIPE

40
41
42
43
44

MOTOR
CAPACITOR
AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
GAS PRESSURE SWITCH
GAS VALVE

SUNTEC AS 47 K
SUNTEC
SUNTEC

50W

WIRING TERMINAL BOX


PROTECTION BOX
SUPPORT
AIR DAMPER
AIR DAMPER SCREW
CABLES

2 F
120 x 50
124 x 53
E8/20

LANDIS
BRAHMA
LANDIS LGB 21
BRAHMA M 300
LANDIS QRA 2
BRAHMA

TC
TL
TC
TL

P122
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M122/3
L181/1
C107
BFV10051/001
T120
BFC09052
BFF05104/111
BFS01003/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08351
BFC04024
A402
A405/2
A130
A108
A205
A301

P122
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M122/3
L181/1
C107
BFV10052/001
T120
BFC09052
BFF05104/111
BFS01003/001
BFT01004/001
GRMP005
BFC04003
A402
A405/2
A130
A108
A205
A301

E103
BFS05160/001
BFC04011/001
BFT01002/001
BFE01401/1
BFE01401/2
BFB01302/102
BFB01302/202
E602/1

E103
BFS05160/001
BFC04011/001
BFT01002/001
BFE01401/1
BFE01401/2
BFB01302/102
BFB01302/202
E602/1

BFC10003/1
BFD05006/001
BFD01003/001
U101
BFA06006/101
BFA06006/201
BFT05103/001
BFT01003/101
E1111/2
BFT10002/4

BFC10003/1
BFD05006/001
BFD01003/001
U101
BFA06006/101
BFA06006/201
BFT05103/001
BFT01003/101
E1111/2
BFT10002/4

M122/3
C107
Q108/4
Q114
V142/1
V209
V142
V209
S1001
BFS04002/001
BFG02009/1
BFF01002
BFG02011
R1002
E1202/11
S501

M122/3
C107
Q108/4
Q114
V142/2
V129
V209
V239
V142
V209
BFS04002/001
BFG02009/1
BFF01002
BFG02011
R1002
E1202/11
S501

code

TC
TL

TC
TL

44.1 - COIL

DUAL 2

code

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11

45
45.1
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53

DUAL 1

GAS VALVE (OPTIONAL)


COIL (OPTIONAL)
GAS REGULATOR
SUPPORT
GASKET
FLANGE
GASKET
SWITCH
ADAPTATOR
GAS GOVERNOR (OPTIONAL)

TC
TL
50W
2 F
LGW3A1
DG 50 B
BRAHMA EG12 L
BRAHMA EG12 SR
KROMSCH. VG15 LD
BRAHMA EG12 L
BRAHMA EG12 SR
KROMSCH. VG15 LD
BRAHMA EG12 S
BRAHMA EG12 S

LGB 21/22
3/4

TC = SHORT HEAD

TL = LONG HEAD

pag.26

DESCRIPTION

DUAL 3

DUAL 3 P

P122
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S121
S105
M110/1
BFF03051/003
C107/3
BFV10101/001
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS01051/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08154/001
BFC04102/017
A402
A130
A205

P134/2
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S121
M110/1
BFF03051/003
C107/3
BFV10102/101
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS01051/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04102/017
A402
A130
A205

E103
BFS04052/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB03002/003
BFB03001/003
E601
BFT11005/001
GRCR010/93
BFD07016
BFD02002/101
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110
C107/8
Q112/1
Q108/4
Q114
E1202/11
BFG03053
R1002
BFD01004/001

E103
BFS04052/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB03002/003
BFB03001/003
E601
BFT11005/001
BFC10007
BFD07016
BFD01004/001
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110
C107/8
Q112/1
Q114
E1202/11
BFG03053
R1004
BFD01006/001

V130
V178/1
V239/1
V131
V177/2
V239/1
S502
S5/12/4

V130
V239/1
V131
V239/1
-

code

- OIL PUMP

SUNTEC AT2 45A+C


SUNTEC AS 47 K
SUNTEC
SUNTEC

2
3
4
5
6
7

COIL
OIL VALVE
COUPLING
NIPPLE
HOSES
FILTER

8
9
10
11

MOTOR
SUPPORT
CAPACITOR
FAN

12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

IGNITION TRANSFORMER
COVER
FAN HOUSING
AIR DAMPER
AIR DAMPER SCREW
AIR CONVEYOR
COVER AIR INLET
CONTROL BOX BASE
CONTROL BOX
UV CEL
WIRING TERMINAL BOX
PROTECTION BOX
SUPPORT
CABLES

26

- BLAST TUBE

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37

ELECTRODES
FIRING HEAD
NOZZLE HOLDER
FRONT DISC
REAR DISC
NOZZLE
CABLE
GLASS
MOTOR
CAPACITOR
AIR PRESSURE SWITCH

38
39
40
41
42
43
44

GAS PRESSURE SWITCH


ADAPTATOR
GASKET
SWITCH
DISC
PIPE
GAS VALVE

45
46

- COIL
- GAS VALVE (OPTIONAL)

47
48

- COIL (OPTIONAL)
- GAS GOVERNOR (OPTIONAL)

3/8
200 W
6,3 F
160 x 50
180 x 40
E8/20

LANDIS
LANDIS LGB 21
LANDIS QRA 2

TC
TL
TC
TL

75 W
3,5 F
DG 6 B
LGW 3 A1
DG 50 B
LGB 21/22

KROMSCH. VG 20 LD
Honeywell VE4025C
KROMSCH. VG 20 LD
KROMSCH. VG 20 ND
Honeywell VE4025B
KROMSCH. VG 20 ND
1
FSDC 40 1 1/2

TC = SHORT HEAD

TL = LONG HEAD

pag.27

code

DESCRIPTION

DUAL 4

DUAL 4 P

DUAL 4 P 300 mbar

P122
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M108
BFF03051/003
C107/4
BFV10102/201
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS01051/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04102/017
A402
A130
A205
E220
E103
BFS04052/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB03002/003
BFB03001/003
E601
BFT11005/001
GRCR010/93
BFD07013
BFD01004/001
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110

P134/2
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M108
BFF03051/003
C107/4
BFV10102/201
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS01051/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04102/017
A402
A130
A205
E220
E103
BFS04052/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB03002/003
BFB03001/003
E601
BFT11005/001
GRCR010/93
BFD07013
BFD01004/001
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110
M143
C107/8
Q108/4
Q114
E1202/11
BFG03053
R1004
BFD01006/001
BFD02019/1

P134/2

code

- OIL PUMP

2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

26

- BLAST TUBE

27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35

36
37
38

- CAPACITOR
- AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
- GAS PRESSURE SWITCH

39
40
41
42

43
44

- PIPE
- GAS VALVE

SUNTEC AT2 45 A+C


SUNTEC AS 47 K
SUNTEC
SUNTEC

COIL
OIL VALVE
COUPLING
NIPPLE
HOSES
FILTER
MOTOR
SUPPORT
CAPACITOR
FAN
IGNITION TRANSFORMER
COVER
FAN HOUSING
AIR DAMPER
AIR DAMPER SCREW
AIR CONVEYOR
COVER AIR INLET
CONTROL BOX BASE
CONTROL BOX
UV CEL
WIRING TERMINAL BOX
PROTECTION BOX
SUPPORT
CABLES

art. 70451-006PG
250W
8 F
180 x 50
E8/20

LANDIS
LANDIS LGB 21
LANDIS QRA 2

TC
TL
TC
TL

ELECTRODES
FIRING HEAD
NOZZLE HOLDER
FRONT DISC
REAR DISC
NOZZLE
CABLE
GLASS
MOTOR

TC
e 85
e 70

75 W
75 W SIMEL
3,5 F
LGW3A1
DG 50 B
Dungs GW 50 A4
LGB 21/22

ADAPTATOR
GASKET
SWITCH
DISC

300 mbar
45

- COIL

46

- GAS VALVE (OPTIONAL)

47

- COIL (OPTIONAL)

48

- GAS GOVERNOR (OPTIONAL)

e 95

C107/8
Q108/4
Q114
E1202/11
BFG03053
R1002
BFD01006/001
-

KROMSCH. VG25LD
DUNGS MB-DLE 405
BRAHMA EG 12 L
KROMSCH. VG25LD
DUNGS MB-DLE 405
BRAHMA EG 12 L
KROMSCH. VG25ND
BRAHMA EG 12 S
KROMSCH. VG25ND
BRAHMA EG 12 S
11/2
1 VFSDR25/CE

V132
V239/1
V133
V239/1
S504
-

TC = SHORT HEAD

TL = LONG HEAD

pag.28

code

V132
V157
V239/1
V133
V239/1
S504
-

code

V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M108
BFF03051/003
C107/4
BFV10102/201
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS01051/001
BFT01004/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04102/017
A402
A130
A205
E220
E103
BFS04052/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB03002/003
BFB03001/003
E601
BFT11005/001
GRCR010/93
BFD07013
BFD01004/001
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110
C107/8
Q108/4
Q107
E1202/11
BFG03053
R1005
BFD02019/1

V142/2
V209

V142
V209

S513/2

DUAL 5 P
N
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

DESCRIPTION
OIL PUMP
COIL
OIL VALVE
COUPLING
NIPPLE
HOSES
FILTER

- MOTOR

9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25

27 - ELECTRODES
28 - FIRING HEAD
29 - NOZZLE HOLDER
-

FRONT DISC
REAR DISC
NOZZLE
CABLE
GLASS
MOTOR

36 - CAPACITOR
37 - AIR PRESSURE SWITCH
38 - GAS PRESSURE SWITCH
39
40
41
42
43

44 45 -

46 -

47 48 49 -

art. 70301-01P
300 W
AEG 300 W

SUPPORT
CAPACITOR
FAN
IGNITION TRANSFORMER
COVER
FAN HOUSING
AIR DAMPER
AIR DAMPER SCREW
AIR CONVEYOR
AIR INTAKE
CONTROL BOX BASE
CONTROL BOX
UV CEL
WIRING TERMINAL BOX
PROTECTION BOX
SUPPORT
CABLES

26 - BLAST TUBE

30
31
32
33
34
35

SUNTEC AT2 45 A+C


SUNTEC
SUNTEC

ADAPTATOR
GASKET
FLANGE
GASKET
COMMUTATOR

10 F
180 x 60
COFI 1020 CM

LANDIS
LANDIS LGB 21
LANDIS QRA 2

TC
TL
TC
TL
TC
TL
TC
TL

75 W
75 W SIMEL
3,5 F
LGW3A1HP
Dungs LGW 3 A1-163
DG 50 B
Dungs GW 50 A4
LGB 21/22

Breter RM230 N.2-0-1


Breter RM410 N.2-0-1
REMOTE CONTROL SWITCH
Lovato MC9.10
GAS VALVE
KROMSCH.VG25LD
Brahma EG25L
BRAHMA EG 12 L
DUNGS MVDLE 1
COIL
KROMSCH.VG25LD
BRAHMA EG25L
BRAHMA EG 12 S
DUNGS MVDLE 1
GAS VALVE (OPTIONAL)
DUNGS MVD 11/2
BRAHMA EG25S
COIL (OPTIONAL)
DUNGS MVD 11/2
BRAHMA EG25S
GAS GOVERNOR (OPTIONAL)
11/2
FSDC 25
VFSDR25/CE

TC = SHORT HEAD

code
P134/2
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M175/2
C107/6
BFV10102/301
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS02101/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04103/011
A402
A130
A205
E215
BFC01101
BFC01102/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB04007/103
BFB04007/203
E601
BFT12001/101
BFT12001/201
BFD06005/051
BFD02010/101
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M143
C107/1
Q108
Q114
E1202/11
BFG03052
BFF01051/011
BFG03002/3
R1004
R603/1
V132
V116
V239/1
V212
V117
V213
S504
-

TL = LONG HEAD

pag.29

DUAL 5 P

100 mbar
code
P134/2
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S117/1
M175/2
C107/6
BFV10102/301
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFS02101/001
BFC08153/001
BFC04103/011
A402
A130
A205
E215
BFC01101
BFC01102/001
BFE01402/2
BFE01402/3
BFB04007/103
BFB04007/203
E601
BFT12001/101
BFT12001/201

DUAL 5 P

300 mbar
code
P134/2
V504
V410
MP501/5
BFR01103/001
S906
S105
M181/7
BFV10102/301
T105/1
BFC09101/011
BFF06001/011
BFC08153/001
BFC04103/011
A402
A130
A205
E215
BFC01101
BFC01102/001
BFE01402/3
BFB04007/203
BFT12001/101
BFT12001/201

BFD06005/051
BFD02010/101
U101
E1111/2
BFC02002
M110
C107/1
Q108/4
Q107
E1202/11
BFG03052
BFF01051/011
BFG03002/3
R1004
R603/1
V184
V184
V184/4
-

BFD06009/051
BFD02010/101
U101

S512/2
-

S513/2

BFC02002
M110
Q108/4

BFG03052
BFG03002/2
R1005

V142/2

V209

V184/4

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