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Monoblock Burner

SKVJ-M
Operating Instructions

2011-04-08

BA-SKVJM-02e

Combustion and Energy Systems

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..........................12 Explosion Protection in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX) ................................................................6 Limitation of Liability ................................................................................. 15 2..................................................................... 25 3..............1 Fuel Flow in the Burner ................................................4 1................................................................3 Safety in General................................................................ 13 1............................................................................................................... 17 3 Design And Function.....................8 Transport and Interim Storage at Installation Site................................................2 Ignition Valves / Ignition Transformer ...... 21 3............................................................................................. 12 ..................... 9 1.................................................................................2 Symbols.............................................................................................3 Front Views.........5 Authorized Use ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 13 1....................................11 Emergency Procedures.............................................................................................13 Emergency Operation (Applies to Marine Plants Only) ...........................7 Disposal of the Product ..................................................................................4 Burner Components ................................10 Electrical Hazards ..................Contents SKVJ-M 0 Contents 0 Contents 1 Safety ........... 13 1.................................................................................... 9 1........14 Protective Clothing ...........................9 1..................................................................................... 13 1......................................................................................... 28 3............................... 16 2...... 17 2...............4 Emergency Operation Box ..................................................4............3 Preheater Control Box.........................4....................................... Storage and Packing ........4 Limit Values .............9 Danger from Hot Surfaces... 11 1.................................................. 12 1.............................5 Compound Regulator .. 10 1...................................4................................................... 16 2................................................................................................................................ 10 1................................................................................................................................4 Reporting Transport Damage...............................................4........................14 2............................7 Qualified Staff ................................................................................................................ 29 4 Construction of the Refractory Brickwork ............................................................ 16 2...................................................................................................................... 20 3.... 18 3.................................2 Safety Instructions for Transport .....................2 Fuel Flow in the Burner ...................................................................... 17 2......... 26 3.........................................................................................31 Technical Documentation 4 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 ......................... 20 3..................................................1 Lifting Lugs ...... 12 1...................................................................................................................1 Oil Fittings Block ..........................................4.......................................................................................................................................5 Instructions for Storage .........................................................................................................6 Disposal of the Packaging.........................1 Documentation is a part of the product! ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 1..........................................................................................................................................................................................................................18 3........................ 13 2 Transport....................................................... 28 3...............................................................................................................................3 Checking the Delivery ......................................

..2 Reducing the Capacity ........................ g......... 47 7.......... 34 4.................50 8.................................1.......................................................................................2...............................................2............. 33 4.................................. 31 4...................................................................... 45 6........................................................................................................2 Reducing the Capacity ............................................ 41 6 Electrical Connections of the Burner ............................................................. 51 8..... 49 8 Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with seavis) ...................................................................... 53 Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 5 / 178 ........................................................................ 31 4.................... 47 7..................7 Operation Interruption due to Fault ............ for Change of Fuel or Extended Stand-Still Periods)........................................................................................................52 9........................................2 Regulating the Capacity in Emergency Operation ........................................................................46 7.............................................................................................................. 52 9........ 40 5.................................................................2 Explanations of How to Connect the Heaters for Heavy Oil Firing Operation Mode .........................................8 How to Operate the Oil Flow Meter ........................... 34 4...............................................................................................SKVJ-M 4......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................6 Shut-down (e..................................................2 Regulating the Capacity in Emergency Operation ............................................................................. 50 8........................................................................... 51 9 Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with Conventional Controller) .... 38 5.. 49 7............................................ 45 7 Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation.....2 Preparing the Burner ..........2....................37 5.................................................................................................. 47 7.........2 Dismounting the Transport Tack ......1 Flame Tube Boiler.................. 46 7........... 40 5............................................. 51 8.....................................................5 Connecting the Sealing Air Line for the Inspection Glass of the Heat Generator (optional).1 Contents SKVJ-M 10 – 24 ...........................................................................5 Switching off the Burner (e................... 53 9..............................................................................2 Upright Boilers with Firebox ............................................... 53 9..............1 Increasing the Capacity.........................................3 Mounting the Burner................................................................................. for Maintenance)................................... 36 5 Mounting Instructions .......1 Lifting Lugs ...................................1 Preheater............................................................................................ 46 7..................1 Start Emergency Operation.............................................................................................................9 Heavy Fuel Oil / Light Oil Change-Over...............................4 Controlled Operation ................................ 46 7......................................................................................................1 Increasing the Capacity................2 SKVJ-M 28 – 58 ........................................3 Starting the Burner ...................................................................1..............1 Start Emergency Operation........................................................................................2 Upright Boilers with Firebox ........................................................................................4 Connecting Lines and Fittings ......................................2.................................1 Flame Tube Boiler................................................2............................. 46 7........1 Preparing The Heat Generator.................................................................................................................................................2.................42 6................................... g............................ 39 5..

................................3 Replacing the Belt .........................................15 Solenoid Oil Valves ESV-A (Safety Shut-Off Devices) .......................................................3 Replacing the Ignition Transformer ..................................................2 Swinging the Burner Shut .................... 74 11............. 58 11............................................................................... 56 11...........2............................................................5.............. 61 11.........................................5................................5.......................1 Swinging the Burner Open ...............................5 Performing Maintenance .............. 78 11................................................................................................................. 64 11.....................................................1 Periodical Maintenance (Fault not Acute) ..............5.......................................................................................................18.5...................................................................4 Cleaning the Rotary Cup........3 Maintenance Intervals ................................................................................................................................................................................5.2 Tensioning the Belt....................Contents SKVJ-M 10 P&I Diagrams ......................................1 Servomotors ......7 Checking the Air Pressure Monitor ..............................................................................................................................................5...........................................................................13 Replacing the Stabilizing Disk ................. 71 11.....................2 Preparing Maintenance Work............................................................................1 Checking the Belt Tension ..................................................................5.... 73 11........................................ 58 11..........................54 11 Maintenance / Cleaning................9 Cleaning the Igniter ....................56 11............................. 64 11...................5..1 Replacing the Flame Scanner ....................................................................3 Checking the Inlet Pressures for the Combustion Air and Fuel .. 66 11......................................................................................................5. 80 11...........11.......... 80 11.................................. 75 11...... 61 11...18............................................................11 Motors...............5...................16 Poly-V Belt (Rotary Cup Atomizer) .................... 69 11..1 General Information ............................8 Cleaning / Greasing the Cam Strips .......................5.......................................2 Checking the Protective Grating of the Fan ............................................................................5.......................... 83 Technical Documentation 6 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .................................................................................................2...................................5.......................................................................5........................................................ 73 11................6 Checking the Differential Pressure Monitor .............................................16.......5................5................ 63 11...... 77 11.11...........................................................................................................5....................................................5..............................5..........2 Replacing the Flame Monitor ......... 82 11..........17 Replacing the Battery of the Oil Flow Meter........... 73 11.............................. 57 11............................10 Cleaning the Flame Scanner / Performing a Function Test ..................4.................................................... 64 11..........................18...............14 Cleaning the Dirt Traps................................. 79 11............5................ 73 11...................................... 65 11...............................16... 70 11.................................................................18 Troubleshooting Measures ....... 79 11....................................................................................5 Checking the Integrated Oil Drip Tray...................................... 57 11. 64 11....................1 Checking that the Plant Functions Correctly.. 68 11..................................................... 76 11............................................ 77 11........................................................................5.............................................................2 Maintenance after a Fault has Interrupted the Operation ..............................................4 Swinging Burner Open / Shut..........4.16...............................12 Cleaning the Stabilizing Disk ......5...................................2 Drive Motors .............................5........5.. 67 11............................................5.......

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Contents

11.5.18.4

Bypassing the Oil Flow Meter............................................................................................ 84

11.5.18.5

Preheater........................................................................................................................... 85

11.5.18.6

Checking Heaters for Heavy Oil Firing Operation Mode................................................... 89

After Completion of the Maintenance Work ...................................................................................... 94

12

Troubleshooting ...................................................................................................................95

13

Dimensions / Types ............................................................................................................100

13.1

SKVJ-M 10 – 24 .............................................................................................................................. 100

13.1.1

Basic Dimensions and Weights....................................................................................................... 100

13.1.2

Hole Pattern for Burner Mounting Plate .......................................................................................... 101

13.1.3

Fuel Connections ............................................................................................................................ 101

13.1.4

Swing-out Range............................................................................................................................. 101

13.2

SKVJ-M 28 – 58 .............................................................................................................................. 102

13.2.1

Basic Dimensions and Weights....................................................................................................... 102

13.2.2

Hole Pattern for Burner Mounting Plate .......................................................................................... 103

13.2.3

Fuel Connections ............................................................................................................................ 103

13.2.4

Swing-out Range............................................................................................................................. 103

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Technical Data ....................................................................................................................104

14.1

Permitted Mounting Positions ......................................................................................................... 104

14.2

Burner Capacity and Fuel Flow Rate (for Heavy Fuel Oil).............................................................. 104

14.3

Fuel ................................................................................................................................................. 105

14.4

Ignition Fluid .................................................................................................................................... 105

14.5

Ambient Conditions ......................................................................................................................... 105

14.6

Drive Motor Power .......................................................................................................................... 105

14.7

Electrical Data ................................................................................................................................. 106

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Exploded View Drawings ...................................................................................................108

15.1

Overview ......................................................................................................................................... 108

15.2

Air Register...................................................................................................................................... 110

15.3

Oil Fittings Block ............................................................................................................................. 112

15.3.1

Valve Block...................................................................................................................................... 114

15.3.2

Oil Pressure Controller.................................................................................................................... 116

15.3.3

Oil Pressure Monitor ....................................................................................................................... 117

15.3.4

Oil Flow Controller........................................................................................................................... 118

15.3.5

Hinge (Supply Line / Return Line)................................................................................................... 120

15.3.6

Oil Fittings Block, Further Components .......................................................................................... 123

15.4

Mechanical Compound Regulator................................................................................................... 126

15.4.1

Control Disk..................................................................................................................................... 128

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15.4.2

Lever (Servomotor and Oil Flow Controller) ................................................................................... 132

15.4.3

Linkage............................................................................................................................................ 134

15.5

Casing ............................................................................................................................................. 136

15.6

Air Control Damper ......................................................................................................................... 138

15.7

Fan .................................................................................................................................................. 140

15.8

Flame Scanner ................................................................................................................................ 142

15.9

Component Connection Box ........................................................................................................... 144

15.10

Preheater Control Box..................................................................................................................... 146

15.11

Igniter .............................................................................................................................................. 148

15.12

Ignition Valves and Fittings ............................................................................................................. 150

15.13

Further Components ....................................................................................................................... 152

15.14

Rotary Cup Atomiser (SKVJ-M 10-24)............................................................................................ 154

15.14.1

Fuel Atomiser............................................................................................................................... 155

15.14.2

Primary Air Guiding System ........................................................................................................ 156

15.14.3

Primary Air Fan............................................................................................................................ 157

15.14.4

Shaft Assemby ............................................................................................................................ 158

15.14.5

Drive ............................................................................................................................................ 160

15.14.6

Fuel Distributor ............................................................................................................................ 162

15.15

Rotary Cup Atomiser (SKVJ-M 28-58)............................................................................................ 163

15.15.1

Fuel Atomiser............................................................................................................................... 164

15.15.2

Fuel Distributor ............................................................................................................................ 165

15.15.3

Primary Air Guiding System ........................................................................................................ 166

15.15.4

Primary Air Fan............................................................................................................................ 167

15.15.5

Fan Cover .................................................................................................................................... 168

15.15.6

Hinged Platform........................................................................................................................... 170

15.15.7

Drive ............................................................................................................................................ 172

15.15.8

Shaft Assembly............................................................................................................................ 174

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Service Adresses................................................................................................................177

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1.1

Safety

Safety
Documentation is a part of the product!
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service life of the product. Make this document available to the staff responsible for
the work described in it. Add any updates you receive later from SAACKE to the
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1.2

Symbols
Especially important information in this document is highlighted by the
corresponding symbols:
Warning!
The industrial safety symbol identifies safety instructions whose purpose is to
prevent physical injury or death. Follow these safety instructions carefully and be
especially cautious during the work/procedures they refer to.

Warning! Risk of death from electric shock!
The electricity symbol identifies safety instructions whose purpose is to prevent
physical injury or death from electric shock. Follow these safety instructions
carefully and be especially cautious during the work/procedures they refer to.

Caution!
The caution symbol identifies all safety warnings whose purpose is to prevent
damage or destruction of the product and/or other plant components.

Note
This points to information or notes that are especially useful.

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For instructions on integrating the burner into a coherent plant environment. your colleagues and the environment by ensuring that the product functions safely and reliably. that they are compatible with the burner and have been tested for proper operation. The plant authorities must ensure compliance with the country-specific accident prevention and safety regulations. In addition to this. commissions.3 SKVJ-M Safety in General The "Safety" chapter gives you an overview of the safety aspects you must pay attention to in order to work with the product safely. 1. Technical Documentation 10 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . operates and/or does maintenance on the product described must read and follow the instructions in this chapter carefully to avoid physical injury and material damage. The burner must be integrated into a coherent plant environment. For any information required for mounting the burner. Any individual who assembles. the present burner documentation does not include any concrete contents on the other subsystems of the plant. sound absorbing system. Your safety is at stake. boiler house) complies with the regulations.4 Limit Values The following products (apart from the burner) are considered as further subsystems of a plant: Heat generator / air supply system / flue gas system Fuel supply system (gas valve train / oil supply system) Burner control system Other plant components that are not part of the burner (e. They must also ensure that the work environment (e.g. Only if you follow all of the safety instructions will you be able to provide the best possible protection for yourself. please refer to the planning documentation and to the operating instructions. emissions-reducing systems) These subsystems are required to operate the plant but they are not an integral part of the burner described in the present document and may vary depending on the plant. We also assume that the other subsystems comply with the relevant standards/regulations. The present document and all other manufacturer´s documentation for the plant components should be used as a basis for these operating instructions. it is imperative that you comply with the accident prevention and safety regulations of the country you are working in. installs. mounts. We recommend that the plant authorities compile operating instructions for the entire work environment. In addition to these general safety instructions you will find specific safety instructions in the product documentation related to individual actions or procedures. For this reason. connecting the burner to the electric system and for the construction of the refractory brickwork. please refer to the chapters "Furnace Dimensions" and "Burner Selection" in the planning documentation.g. We assume that the burner and the other subsystems are properly mounted and electrically connected before they are commissioned and that the supply of the burner with the fuel agreed on in the contract is ensured.Safety 1.

The following is considered as safety equipment: safety interlock circuits and all the associated components. heat generator etc. must be taken off. also during commissioning. A service agreement is recommended. Before the burner may be used for controlled operation. He/she must record all the values set in an approval and measurement report and make it available to the plant authorities. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 11 / 178 . Unauthorized reconstruction and modification of the burner is prohibited. To ensure proper operation of the burner. It is prohibited to modify or disable safety equipment unless the documentation explicitly instructs you to disable and/or dismount such equipment temporarily. a commissioning expert must check the settings and adjust them. The settings made during commissioning must not be changed later on. if required. This applies especially to the burner maintenance (adhering to the intervals for inspection and maintenance and for replacing safety-related components). Comply with the instructions and regulations in the documentation in all the phases of life of the burner. safety and economic efficiency. all the other monitors as well as construction-related protective measures such as safety fencing and warning signs. If this should be required. Exception: If the operating conditions change at a time following commissioning (e.5 Safety Authorized Use The burner is exclusively designed to generate heat within the performance data specified in the Technical Data by combusting the fuel specified on the rating plate. e. The energy generated by the burner. Again. it must be commissioned (with regard to its combustion performance). To ensure operability. the safety equipment must be mounted and/or enabled again before the burner is taken into operation again. It may be operated only if the entire safety equipment has been adjusted correctly and is in operation. warning signs must never be covered or removed. the pressure at the installation site must not be negative relative to the atmosphere. Only commissioning experts (refer to "Qualified Staff") are permitted to commission the burner.SKVJ-M 1.4). the values set must be recorded in an approval and measurement report.) are set correctly. SAACKE Service GmbH is at your disposal for more detailed information. The burner must be integrated into a coherent plant environment (fuel supply system. the plant must be inspected by the manufacturer and/or authorized and trained personnel once a year.g. due to changed fuel properties or the plant environment).) (refer to chapter 1. As a rule. The burner is fitted with safety equipment and has been tested for safety and accepted.g. for maintenance. The suction opening of the fan must be free to ensure that it can draw in sufficient air. The commissioning expert is responsible for achieving proper combustion at all of the firing rates and for ensuring that all the safety equipment (monitors etc. Only original spare parts may be used! The use of third-party accessories must explicitly be approved by SAACKE.

Wear appropriate protective clothing when performing any work on the burner and always comply with national accident prevention and safety regulations. 1. 1. Such use is at the risk of the operator/plant authorities. Technical Documentation 12 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Safety 1. SAACKE will provide the training and certification for the burner. steam or preheated oil. The burner may only be commissioned by personnel especially trained and certified to do so for the burner and the plant components concerned ("commissioning experts“). in the form of mineral insulation).9 Danger from Hot Surfaces Warning! Risk of burns from hot surfaces! If the burner is operated with preheated air. the term qualified staff refers to persons who have been trained in handling the described product and are authorized by the plant authorities to mount. so that the surface temperature does not exceed 50°C (in accordance with DIN EN 563) and/or protect all accessible surfaces with a protection plate. Burners and associated components operated with steam or preheated oil that were not insulated ex works upon delivery must also be insulated appropriately.6 SKVJ-M Limitation of Liability Any use deviating from the conditions specified above is considered as unauthorized. ensure that all hazardous areas are equipped with clearly visible warning signs to draw the personnel's attention to the risk of injury arising from contact with hot surfaces. commission. operate and/or service the product. Protect all accessible surfaces with insulation (for instance. Nevertheless. SAACKE does not assume liability for damage resulting from unauthorized use. In terms of the present documentation.7 Qualified Staff Warning! Risk of injury and property damage due to improper operation! The plant authorities must ensure that only qualified and authorized personnel uses the product.8 Transport and Interim Storage at Installation Site Risk of injuries if the burner falls over If the burner falls over. it can cause serious injuries! Always follow the transport and storage instructions. either SAACKE or the respective manufacturer will provide the training and certification for the other plant components. 1. the following safety measures must be taken to avoid injury: Burners operating with preheated air are designed to be insulated.

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1.10

Safety

Electrical Hazards
Warning! Risk of death from electric shock!
Damaged lagging or live components that are not covered correctly present a risk
of death from electric shock!

Warning! Risk of death from electric shock!
Carelessness can lead to an electric shock.
This is why when you work with electrical equipment, you must always first:

1.11

1.

Disconnect each piece of equipment from the mains.

2.

Secure it to prevent it from being switched back on.

3.

Check that the equipment is de-energized.

4.

Ground the equipment and short-circuit it.

5.

Cover other components/equipment nearby that are energized.

6

Secure the danger zone, for example by blocking it off and/or putting up a
conspicuous danger sign that no one can overlook.

Emergency Procedures
In the case of danger:
Press the "Emergency stop button" of the plant and cut off the fuel supply!

1.12

Explosion Protection in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX)
If the product is to be used in potentially explosive atmospheres, the plant
authorities must ensure that the product is integrated into an appropriate explosion
protection concept in compliance with directive 1999/92/EC.

1.13

Emergency Operation (Applies to Marine Plants Only)
SAACKE burners used in marine plants feature an emergency operation function
to meet the requirements of the corresponding classification societies. For more
information, please refer to the emergency operation documents that are part of
the plant documentation.

1.14

Protective Clothing
Warning!
When performing any work, always wear appropriate protective clothing that
complies with the accident prevention and safety regulations of the country you are
working in.

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Transport, Storage and Packing

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Transport

2

Transport, Storage and Packing
The burner leaves the factory on a transport rack. It is packaged for dispatch in a
weather-proof transportation box. The illustration shows the burner after the
transportation box has been removed.

S314

Fig. 1: Transport rack 1
1

Lock screws (2)

2

Transport rack

Dismounting of the transport rack is described in the chapter entitled "Mounting".

1

The figure is a schematic diagram with the example of the SKVJ-M 10-24 burner sizes. They shall apply
analogously for the SKVJ-M 28-58 burner sizes.

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2.1

Transport, Storage and Packing

Lifting Lugs

S315

Fig. 2: Lifting lugs SKVJ-M 10 – 24

S358

Fig. 3: Lifting lugs SKVJ-M 28 – 58

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3 Checking the Delivery SAACKE products are packed and checked before they leave the factory.2 SKVJ-M Safety Instructions for Transport Warning! Risk of accidents during transport! There is the risk of accidents during burner transport due to the heavy weight. – Sling chains. Check the product for transport damage. e. according to DIN 5687 Product Grade 8 Caution! The improper use of means of transport and tools (e. follow these procedures: Record the transport damage on the freight documents and take a photograph and/or make a sketch of it. Use only tested and reliable hoists and lifting equipment. When the product is delivered. Report the transport damage right away to SAACKE or whichever company supplied the product. such as: – Shackles. Technical Documentation 16 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Always use the appropriate aids when loading the burner (e. forklift or crane). This would be the first indication that it has been transported correctly. Warning! Risk of injuries from hoists too weak for the load! Hoists or lifting equipment that are too weak for the load can tear. according to DIN 82101.Transport. Have the person responsible for the delivery (for example the truck driver) confirm that the damage was noticed by signing the freight documents. e. 2. 2.g.g.4 Reporting Transport Damage If damage has occurred during transport.g. Always select hoists or lifting equipment with sufficient load bearing capacity. forklift or crane) bears the risk of damaging the burner or burner components. Do not stand under suspended loads. Storage and Packing 2. first check whether the packaging is intact.g.

Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 17 / 178 . Storage and Packing Instructions for Storage Only store the burner on the pallet or in the crate that it was delivered on/in. When you do it. comply with the waste disposal regulations of the country in which you are working.SKVJ-M 2.6 Disposal of the Packaging Dispose of all packaging correctly and ecologically. The relative humidity must be below 80%. Protect the burner with appropriate covering in the case of a long period of inactivity.7 Disposal of the Product At the end of its service life the product must be disposed of correctly and ecologically. Keep all components. 2. Preserve all metal surfaces. free of dust and at their correct temperature during storage. comply with the waste disposal regulations of the country in which you are working. pneumatic and hydraulic components. dry. especially electrical. When you do it. Store the burner on safe and firm ground.5 Transport. 2.

24 (sectional view) A Air inlet B Primary air C Secondary air D Tertiary air Technical Documentation 18 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . 4: Fuel flow SKVJ-M 10 .Design And Function 3 3.1 SKVJ-M Design And Function Fuel Flow in the Burner S367 Fig.

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Design And Function

S368

Fig. 5: Fuel flow SKVJ-M 28 - 58 (sectional view)
A

Air inlet

B

Primary air

C

Secondary air

D

Tertiary air

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Design And Function
3.2

SKVJ-M

Fuel Flow in the Burner
You will find a schematic of the fuel flow in the burner in the chapter "P&I
Diagrams".

3.3

Front Views

S332

Fig. 6: Front view SKVJ-M 10-24

S335

Fig. 7: Front view SKVJ-M 28-58

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3.4

Design And Function

Burner Components
SKVJ-M 10 – 24

S340

Fig. 8: Burner components SKVJ-M 10 – 24 (1)

2

1

Flame scanners (2 pcs)

2

Casing cover

3

Igniter

4

Component connection box

5

Swing-out lock

6

Air register with refractory quarl ring

7

Swing-out switch

8

Fan

2

The refractory quarl ring is a partial refractory brickwork that is integrated in the burner. It does not replace
the actual refractory brickwork in the boiler (refer to the chapter entitled "Construction of the Refractory
Brickwork").

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2) 14 Oil fittings block (refer to chapter 3.1) 15 Protective cover for preheater Technical Documentation 22 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5) 4 Oil temperature monitor (L) 5 Oil temperature monitor (H) 6 Emergency operation box (refer to chapter 3.4.Design And Function SKVJ-M S341 Fig.4) 7 Air pressure monitor (L) for combustion air 8 Differential pressure monitor (L) for primary air 9 Flame scanners (2 pcs) 10 Temperature monitor (H) for combustion air 11 Inspection glass 12 Securing bolt 13 Ignition valves (refer to chapter 3.4. 9: Burner components SKVJ-M 10 – 24 (2) 1 Preheater control box 2 Servomotor for mechanical compound regulator 3 Control disk for mechanical compound regulator (refer to chapter 3.4.4.

Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 23 / 178 . It does not replace the actual refractory brickwork in the boiler (refer to the chapter entitled "Construction of the Refractory Brickwork").SKVJ-M Design And Function SKVJ-M 28 – 58 S357 Fig. 10: Burner components SKVJ-M 28 – 58 (1) 3 1 Igniter 2 Flame scanner (2 pcs) 3 Inspection glass 4 Component connection box 5 Swing-out lock 6 Swing-out switch 7 Air register with refractory quarl ring 8 Fan 3 The refractory quarl ring is a partial refractory brickwork that is integrated in the burner.

1) 6 Casing cover 7 Oil temperature monitor (L) 8 Oil temperature monitor (H) Technical Documentation 24 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5) 12 Securing bolt 13 Ignition valves (refer to chapter 3.4) 14 Oil fittings block (refer to chapter 3.4. 11: Burner components SKVJ-M 28 – 58 (2) 1 Protective cover for preheater 9 Air pressure monitor (L) for combustion air 2 Preheater control box 10 Differential pressure monitor (L) for primary air 3 Servomotor for mechanical compound regulator 11 Temperature monitor (H) for combustion air 4 Control disk for mechanical compound regulator (refer to chapter 3.4.4.2) 5 Emergency operation box (refer to chapter 3.Design And Function SKVJ-M S343 Fig.4.

4 Oil pressure controller 18 Hood of the oil fittings block 19 Oil pressure monitor (H) Depending on the specific plant. the design of the inlet and outlet for the main fuel (positions 7 and 8) may differ. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 25 / 178 .4.1 Design And Function Oil Fittings Block S333 Fig. 12: Oil fittings block 4 A Oil hinge SKVJ-M 10 – 24 11 B Oil feed hinge SKVJ-M 28 – 58 12 Bypass 1 Oil flow meter 13 Dirt trap 2 Solenoid oil valve ESV 1 14 3 Relief valve (oil is discharged into the integrated oil drip tray) Pressure gauge for oil pressure downstream of oil pressure controller 15 Preheater 4 Solenoid oil valve ESV 2 16 Oil flow controller 5 Thermometer for oil 17 Heater 6 Oil Hinge 7 Main fuel inlet for oil 8 Main fuel oil outlet (return line) 9 Integrated oil drip tray Not shown: 10 Manual rapid shut-off Leakage oil outlet port (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance").SKVJ-M 3.

Design And Function 3.4.2 SKVJ-M Ignition Valves / Ignition Transformer S336 Fig. 13: Ignition valves 1 Pressure gauge A Ignition medium inlet 2 Solenoid ignition valve 2 B Ignition medium outlet (to the igniter) 3 Relief valve (optional) C Ignition medium outlet (relief. optional) 4 Solenoid ignition valve 1 5 Manual rapid shut-off 6 Compression-tube fitting Technical Documentation 26 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

SKVJ-M Design And Function S329b Fig. 14: Ignition transformer Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 27 / 178 .

Design And Function 3.4. 16: Emergency operation box Technical Documentation 28 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .3 SKVJ-M Preheater Control Box S342 Fig.4. 15: Preheater control box 3.4 1 Cover of the control box 2 Display 3 Operating controls (for service personnel only) Emergency Operation Box S344 Fig.

5 Design And Function Compound Regulator SKVJ-M 10-24 S302 Fig.SKVJ-M 3. 17: Compound regulator SKVJ-M 10 – 24 (transparent representation) 1 Driving lever for primary air control damper 2 Control disk 3 Driving lever for secondary air control damper 4 Servomotor (Example: variant with seavis) 5 Driving lever for oil flow controller Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 29 / 178 .4.

18: Compound regulator SKVJ-M 28 – 58 (transparent representation) 1 Control disk 2 Driving lever for secondary air control damper 3 Driving lever for primary air control damper 4 Servomotor (Example: variant with seavis) 5 Driving lever for oil flow controller Technical Documentation 30 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Design And Function SKVJ-M SKVJ-M 28-58 S359 Fig.

The fireproof material for the refractory brickwork should have a AL2O3 content of at least 60% and a spalling resistance of at least 15.1 Flame Tube Boiler 1 2 S347 Fig.1. 4. 19: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 10 – 24 for flame tube boiler (variant 1) 1 Refractory brickwork 2 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 31 / 178 .SKVJ-M 4 Construction of the Refractory Brickwork Construction of the Refractory Brickwork Before the burner can be mounted on the heat generator.1 SKVJ-M 10 – 24 4. refractory brickwork must be constructed in keeping with the specifications in the present chapter.

Construction of the Refractory Brickwork SKVJ-M 1 2 S346 Fig. 20: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 10 – 24 for flame tube boiler (variant 2) 1 Refractory brickwork 2 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) Technical Documentation 32 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

1. no refractory brickwork 3 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) 4 Limit range in that overlapping between refractory brickwork and theoretical flame zone can be tolerated under certain conditions Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 33 / 178 .SKVJ-M 4.2 Construction of the Refractory Brickwork Upright Boilers with Firebox B A A 1 B 2 3 4 S317 Fig. 21: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 10 – 24 for upright boiler with firebox 1 Refractory brickwork 2 Theoretical flame zone.

1 Flame Tube Boiler SKVJ-M 1 2 S349 Fig.2.Construction of the Refractory Brickwork 4.2 SKVJ-M 28 – 58 4. 22: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 28 – 58 for flame tube boiler (variant 1) 1 Refractory brickwork 2 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) Technical Documentation 34 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

23: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 28 – 58 for flame tube boiler (variant 2) 1 Refractory brickwork 2 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 35 / 178 .SKVJ-M Construction of the Refractory Brickwork 1 2 S348 Fig.

36 55 mm 46 . no refractory brickwork 3 High-temperature resistant insulation (fiber mat) Size Dimension a 28 .2.Construction of the Refractory Brickwork 4.2 SKVJ-M Upright Boilers with Firebox B A A B 1 2 3 S318 Fig. 24: Refractory brickwork SKVJ-M 28 – 58 for upright boiler with firebox 1 Refractory brickwork 2 Theoretical flame zone.58 65 mm Technical Documentation 36 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

FFP2 respirators).SKVJ-M Mounting Instructions Transport 5 Mounting Instructions Warning! Risk of injury and property damage due to the weight of the burner and the fan! For all the work described in the following. safety goggles with side shields. When handling sealing cords or fiber plates. Warning! Health hazard due to ceramic fiber material! Sealing cords and fiber plates for sealing contain ceramic high-temperature mineral fibers. gloves. always follow the instructions and safety instructions in the chapter "Transport. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 37 / 178 . Caution! The heat generator is subject to thermal expansion. loosely fitting overalls. note the direction of the expansion. wear appropriate protective clothing (to protect your throat and wrists. Storage and Packaging" before starting with any of the tasks described here! Caution! Faulty mounting of the burner possible! The correct construction of the refractory brickwork (refer to the chapter entitled "Construction of the Refractory Brickwork") is a requirement for mounting the burner. which may be a health hazard in the case of direct contact or if fiber dust is inhaled. When connecting the flexible connectors. Therefore flexible connectors must be fitted between all fixed lines and ducts and the burner.

25: Lifting lugs SKVJ-M 10 – 24 S358 Fig. 26: Lifting lugs SKVJ-M 28 – 58 Technical Documentation 38 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Mounting Instructions 5.1 SKVJ-M Lifting Lugs S315 Fig.

Carefully lift the burner from the transport rack. S314 Fig. They shall apply analogously for the SKVJ-M 28-58 burner sizes.SKVJ-M 5. 5 The figure is a schematic diagram with the example of the SKVJ-M 10-24 burner sizes. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 39 / 178 . storage and packaging").2 Mounting Instructions Dismounting the Transport Tack Warning! Before dismounting the transport rack. 27: Transport rack 5 1 Transport rack 2 Lock screws (2) Unscrew the lock screws and remove all retaining straps. fasten the burner to a lifting gear to prevent it from toppling over. Use the lifting lugs for this purpose (refer to the chapter entitled "Transportation.

Mounting Instructions 5. chemical and thermal stresses which occur during operation. Equip heavy oil lines with a suitable heating tracer. Then insulate the lines. Note A gap must be left between the air molded brick ring and the refractory brickwork.4 Connecting Lines and Fittings After mounting the burner. you should comply with the following installation instructions: Install all fuel lines and the electrical cabling in such a way that they are not in the way during operation and maintenance of the burner. 5 mm thick flexible high-temperature-resistant insulation. for all heavy oil lines. If the refractory brickwork is constructed after the burner has been mounted.3 SKVJ-M Mounting the Burner Push the air molded brick ring through the burner mounting plate into the heat generator. Technical Documentation 40 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . In principle. They must be laid without tension so as to ensure a problem-free functioning of the oil feed hinge (tightness). The fuel lines must be laid so that they are not damaged when the burner swings out. You must seal this gap with a high-temperature-resistant sealing cord. they can withstand the mechanical. The corresponding connection dimensions can be found in the chapter entitled "Dimensions / Types". provide the burner head with a min. connect the lines and fittings intended for your plant to the burner. Burners that are intended for operation with heavy oil Follow the instructions in the Safety chapter. section "Dangers due to hot surfaces". 5. Screw the burner onto the burner mounting plate. Install suitable supports for the fittings and pipelines. Caution! Install the fuel lines in the pressure range preferably only horizontally or vertically to prevent the formation of gas bubbles.

Burner with relief valve for ignition valves Connect a discharge line to the relief valve. The oil can be discharged either into the integrated oil drip tray or into an external oil drip tray. Install the temperature sensor for the control of the heating tracer in a suitable position.SKVJ-M Mounting Instructions Note Ensure that the insulation surrounds both the line and the heating tracer.5 Connecting the Sealing Air Line for the Inspection Glass of the Heat Generator (optional) S084 S089 Fig. Connect the sealing air line (fitting accessories is provided in the scope of delivery). Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 41 / 178 . 28: Sealing air connection (left: SKVJ-M 10-24. right: SKVJ-M 28-58) Screw out the screw plug (1). 5.

215 Oil temperature monitor (H) 18 F 3 216 .31 Relief valve for main fuel open when de-energized 5E1 45 .56 Heater for solenoid oil valve (150 W) optional 5E5 57 .19 Solenoid oil valve ESV 1 (connection via 3 A 1) 3Y2 20 .66 Servomotor for mechanical compound regulator 9E2 105 .62 Heater for oil hinge (150 W) 6Y1 63 .107 Heater for igniter (100 W) 16 A 1 189 .Electrical Connections of the Burner SKVJ-M Wartung / ReinigungTranspot 6 Electrical Connections of the Burner Number Terminals Component Note 2T1 2-4 Ignition transformer 2Y1 5-7 Solenoid ignition valve 1 2Y2 8 .592 Speed sensor optional 45 B 3 593 .22 Solenoid oil valve ESV 2 (connection via 3 A 1) 3A1 14 .236 Electromagnetic oil valve 1 pushbutton optional 19 S 5 237 .53 Heater for oil tube (23 W) SKVJ-M 10-24 only 5E4 54 .206 Pressure monitor (L) for combustion air 18 F 1 210 .203 Differential pressure monitor (L) for primary air 17 F 2 204 . 194 17 F 1 201 .218 Temperature monitor (H) for combustion air 18 F 4 222 .596 Pulse generator for oil flow meter optional 49 M 1 654 . Technical Documentation 42 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .200 Emergency operation box 16 K 1 63.224 Oil pressure monitor (H) 19 S 1 225 .10 Solenoid ignition valve 2 2Y3 11 .512 Flame scanner 2 45 B 2 589 . 193.212 Oil temperature monitor (L) 18 F 2 213 .59 Heater for oil fittings block (600 W) 5E6 60 .227 Swing-out switch 19 S 4 234 .47 Heater for oil tube and oil distributor (160 W) SKVJ-M 28-58 only 5E3 51 .506 Flame scanner 1 40 B 2 507 .16 Rectifier 3Y5 29 .13 Relief valve for ignition medium 3Y1 17 .660 Drive motor for rotary cup atomizer Relay emergency operation open when de-energized optional optional optional Note Components that are not listed here must be connected externally.47 Heater for oil distributor (250 W) SKVJ-M 10-24 only 5E1 45 .239 Electromagnetic oil valve 2 pushbutton optional 40 B 1 501 .

29: Component connection diagram (mechanical compound regulation with burner management system seavis) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 43 / 178 .SKVJ-M Electrical Connections of the Burner S030 Fig.

Electrical Connections of the Burner SKVJ-M S032 Fig. conventional burner control system) Technical Documentation 44 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . 30: Component connection diagram (mechanical compound regulation.

remove internal jumper D 6. 5 E 5 and 5 E 6 7 as soon as the set switch point has been reached.1 Electrical Connections of the Burner Preheater Number Component 1A3 Controller 1E2 Preheater 1 (400 V AC) / Fuse (230 V AC) 1E3 Preheater 2 (400 V AC) / Fuse (230 V AC) 1E4 Thermocouple B A C D S095 Fig. Heaters 5 E 1 and 9 E 2 must be controlled by the burner control system such that they are active only during the purge phase.2 Release signal (230 V AC) Explanations of How to Connect the Heaters for Heavy Oil Firing Operation Mode The temperature monitor (L) 18 F 1 must interact with the burner control system in such a way that switching contact (L) disables heaters 5 E 3. 5 E 4 6 .SKVJ-M 6. 6 Optional 7 Optional Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 45 / 178 . 31: Connection diagram for preheater (special control box) A Power supply (400 V AC) B Power supply controller (230 V AC) C Power supply fan (230 V AC) (optional) If connected.

Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation 7 7. open the manual rapid shut-off for the atomizing medium. Wait until the end of the purge phase. Check the supply pressure. Starting the Heat Generator (when the Plant is Cold) When the plant is cold.1 SKVJ-M Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation Preparing The Heat Generator Prepare the heat generator (e. If not yet open. 7. 7. an intervention is not required.3 Starting the Burner Select the fuel and switch the burner on. boiler.7. 7. g. start the heat generator according to the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation. In the case of danger: Press the "Emergency stop button" of the plant and cut off the fuel supply! Technical Documentation 46 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . combustion chamber) for operation. Monitor the sequence of operations and the ignition cycle.4 Controlled Operation Controlled operation is performed automatically. The operation message at the burner control system indicates that the safety interlock circuit is closed and all the motors are in operation. If not yet open. open the manual rapid shut-off for the main fuel.2 Preparing the Burner Supply the burner with the main fuel. Only for burners with a special atomizing medium: Supply the burner with the atomizing medium. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation for the heat generator. If a fault is signaled: Refer to chapter 7. Exception: Firing rate controller is set to manual mode. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation for the fuel supply system.

Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation for the fuel supply system or close the manual rapid shut-off for the main fuel on the burner.2). g. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 47 / 178 . through the firing rate controller). 7. for Maintenance) Set the compound regulation to the "Minimum" position (e.7 Operation Interruption due to Fault Proceed as follows once the burner control system has switched off the burner: Wait until the compound regulation has reached the "Minimum" position.SKVJ-M 7. g. g. Switch the burner off.5 Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation Switching off the Burner (e.6 Shut-down (e.3). through the firing rate controller). For immediate re-start without troubleshooting and elimination of faults: Acknowledge the fault. If the burner is to be shut-down for an extended period of time: Switch off the burner control system. for Change of Fuel or Extended Stand-Still Periods) Set the compound regulation to the "Minimum" position (e. Cut off the fuel supply. Fuel change: Prepare the burner for operation with the new fuel (refer to chapter 7. g. Close the manual rapid shut-off for the ignition medium on the burner. If the compound regulation does not run into this position automatically: Manually set the compound regulation to the "Minimum" position. 7. Reset the burner control system. Restart the burner. Switch off the burner and follow the instructions in the chapter "Maintenance/cleaning” in the operating instructions. Restart the burner (refer to chapter 7.

If you are working on parts that conduct fuel. Close the manual rapid shut-off for the ignition medium.Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation SKVJ-M If troubleshooting is necessary: Switch off the burner control system and secure it to prevent it from being switched back on. Eliminate the fault (refer to the chapters "Troubleshooting" and "Maintenance/Cleaning" in the operating instructions). Cut off the fuel supply. Technical Documentation 48 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Reset the burner control system. remove the fuel still in the lines correctly. Restart the burner (refer to chapter 7.3). Acknowledge the fault. Prepare the burner for operation with the new fuel (refer to chapter 7. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation for the fuel supply system or close the manual rapid shut-off for the main fuel on the burner.2). Switch the burner control system on again.

To turn the display back on. After 30 minutes the device automatically switches back to its normal position. In order to see the other values. it displays the word "sleep" every 5 seconds.9 Heavy Fuel Oil / Light Oil Change-Over There is a change-over system with limit switches (e. Since this value needs to be calculated. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 49 / 178 . press the toggle button fast for each one. three-way ball valve) in the fuel supply line with which you can change the fuel. the display shows the total amount (in liters) of oil that has flown through since the oil flow meter was put into operation. The abbreviation "TOT" at the bottom right of the display tells you that the flow meter is in its normal position. 7. press the toggle button once. This is only to save electricity. the word "Calc" will appear for a few seconds before the actual value is displayed.8 Operating Instructions for Oil Firing Operation How to Operate the Oil Flow Meter S077 Fig. In its normal position. The current flow volume in liters per hour (l/h). This value can not be reset. In "off" mode.g. Note The display goes off automatically about 30 seconds after the last time the toggle button was pressed. Test the segment LCDs (no measurements). 32: Front panel of the oil flow meter The front panel consists of the display (1) and the toggle button (2). The meter continues to record the measurements nonetheless. Pressing the toggle button once more will also bring you back to the normal position.SKVJ-M 7. takes about 2 seconds When the test is finished the device automatically switches back to its normal position. The following values will be shown (in this order): The flow volume in liters since the last reset (reset by pressing the toggle button longer). The abbreviation "RES" at the bottom right of the display tells you that this is the value that is displayed.

4 Check the oil temperature. 5 Start up the combustion air fan. or key switch on the control cabinet and fuel selector switch / 3way ball valve 2 Check if a fire is burning in the furnace. Repeat the procedure from Step 7. "Combustion air fan" switch on the control cabinet 8 for the 9 The differential pressure control (if fitted) starts automatically even if seavis has failed. The ignition flame should have formed and stabilized within a few seconds. Technical Documentation 50 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . "Servomotor –" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Setpoint: "Min" setting 10 Initiate ignition. The main flame should have formed after approx. Repeat the procedure from Step 7. Wait for one minute (ignition transformer protection time). "Servomotor +" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Setpoint: "Max" setting 8 Wait to the end of the purge phase. If not: Release the "Ignition" pushbutton. Setpoint: See approval and measurement report for the corresponding fuel. 8 You will find this information in the approval and measurement report which was handed over at commissioning. Warning! Continuous supervision required! The plant must be supervised continuously while in emergency operation mode because important monitoring functions can be disabled. 6 Start the rotary cup atomizer. Setpoint: See approval and measurement report corresponding fuel. You should continuously monitor the flame quality the steam pressure in the boiler (setpoint: as specified by the plant authorities) the water level in the boiler (setpoint: refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the boiler. If it has: Release the "Ignition" and "Oil valves" pushbuttons. Setpoint: No fire 3 Check the oil pressure. Press the "Oil valves" pushbutton in the emergency operation box and hold down.Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with seavis) 8 8. Emergency operation has started. 11 Open the fuel supply to the burner. 60 sec. "Normal operation / Emergency operation / Off" selector switch. 5 seconds. 9 Run the servomotor to the ignition position. If not: Release both pushbuttons ("Ignition" and "Oil valves"). "Rotary cup atomizer" switch on the control cabinet 7 Run the servomotor to the purge position. If it has: Hold down the pushbutton and continue from Step 11. Press the "Ignition" pushbutton in the emergency operation box and hold down. Setpoint: Approx.1 SKVJ-M Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with seavis) Start Emergency Operation Activity Description 1 Select the operating mode and fuel.

"Servomotor +" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Purpose: To hold the steam pressure in the boiler at setpoint (as specified by plant authorities).2 Regulating the Capacity in Emergency Operation 8. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 51 / 178 .SKVJ-M Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with seavis) 8.2 Reducing the Capacity Activity Remarks Run the servomotor to the required firing rate.2.1 Increasing the Capacity Activity Remarks Run the servomotor to the required firing rate. "Servomotor –" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Purpose: To hold the steam pressure in the boiler at setpoint (as specified by plant authorities). 8.2.

4 Select the operating mode and fuel. if fitted. If not: Release the "Ignition" pushbutton. Setpoint: Approx. Setpoint: See "Approval and measurement report" for the corresponding fuel. Firing rate controller (manual mode) or. Repeat from Step 5. Wait for one minute (ignition transformer protection time). 7 Run the servomotor to the ignition position. Setpoint: No fire 2 Check the oil pressure. "Normal operation / Emergency operation / Off" selector switch. The main flame should have formed after approx. 5 seconds. Press the "Ignition" pushbutton in the emergency operation box and hold down. If it has: Hold down the pushbutton and continue from Step 9. Setpoint: "Max" setting 6 Wait to the end of the purge phase.Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with Conventional Controller) 9 9. Firing rate controller (manual mode) or. or key switch on the control cabinet and fuel selector switch / 3way ball valve 9 9 The combustion air fan. the "Servomotor –" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Setpoint: "Min" setting 8 Initiate ignition. 9 Open the fuel supply to the burner. Press the "Oil valves" pushbutton in the emergency operation box and hold down. rotary cup atomizer and differential pressure control (if fitted) start automatically 5 Run the servomotor to the purge position. Technical Documentation 52 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Repeat from Step 5. 60 sec. The ignition flame should have formed and stabilized within a few seconds. 3 Check the oil temperature. Warning! Continuous supervision required! The plant must be supervised continuously while in emergency operation mode because important monitoring functions can be disabled. Emergency operation has started. 9 You will find this information in the approval and measurement report which was handed over at commissioning. if fitted. If it has: Release the "Ignition" and "Oil valves" pushbuttons. the "Servomotor +" pushbutton in the emergency operation box. If not: Release both pushbuttons ("Ignition" and "Oil valves"). You should continuously monitor the flame quality the steam pressure in the boiler (setpoint: as specified by the plant authorities) the water level in the boiler (setpoint: refer to the manufacturer's documentation for the boiler.1 SKVJ-M Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with Conventional Controller) Start Emergency Operation Activity Description 1 Check if a fire is burning in the furnace. Setpoint: See "Approval and measurement report" for the corresponding fuel.

2 Regulating the Capacity in Emergency Operation 9. the "Servomotor –" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Purpose: To hold the steam pressure in the boiler at setpoint (as specified by plant authorities).SKVJ-M Emergency Operation (Mechanical Compound Regulation with Conventional Controller) 9.2. 9. Firing rate controller (manual mode) or. the "Servomotor +" pushbutton in the emergency operation box Purpose: To hold the steam pressure in the boiler at setpoint (as specified by plant authorities). Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 53 / 178 .2. if fitted.2 Reducing the Capacity Activity Remarks Run the servomotor to the required firing rate. if fitted.1 Increasing the Capacity Activity Remarks Run the servomotor to the required firing rate. Firing rate controller (manual mode) or.

P&I Diagrams 10 SKVJ-M P&I Diagrams S007 Abb. 33: RI-Schema A Combustion air Technical Documentation 54 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

42.44 --- Dirt trap 06.42 --- Thermometer 06.36 18F1 Oil temperature monitor (L) 06.11 2Y3 Relief valve for ignition medium (open when de-energized.09 2Y2 Solenoid ignition valve 2 13.02 --- Ball plug valve 13.05 49M1 Drive motor for rotary cup atomizer 01.05.05 --- Return flow throttle 06.07 18F4 Oil pressure monitor (H) 06.10 5E1 Heater for oil distributor 01. 40B2 Flame scanners 17 --- Temperature controller for preheater (seperate control box) Table 1: Legend for P&I diagram Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 55 / 178 .02 3Y2 Solenoid oil valve ESV 2 06.02 6Y1 Servomotor for mechanical compound regulator 10.02 --- Oil pressure controller 06.01 --- Primary air control damper 04.01.01.23 --- Manual rapid shut-off 06.04 17F1 Differential pressure monitor (L) for primary air 04.01 --- Oil flow meter 06.02 40B1.11 5E3 Heater for oil tube 04.09 18F3 Temperature monitor (H) for combustion air 04.03 17F2 Pressure monitor (L) for combustion air 04.04.39 --- Bypass 06.SKVJ-M P&I Diagrams Number in diagram Number of component Item 01 --- Rotary cup atomizer 01.41 --- Preheater 06.01.40 19S1 Swing-out switch 06.02.05 --- Drive motor for combustion air fan 12.35 18F2 Oil temperature monitor (H) 06.01 3Y1 Solenoid oil valve ESV 1 06.15 --- Pressure gauge 14.01 --- Mechanical compound regulator 08.03 2Y1 Solenoid ignition valve 1 13.03 --- Oil flow controller 06.06.49 5E5 Heater for oil fittings block 08.22 5E4 Heater for solenoid oil valves 06.02. optional) 13.06.00 --- Combustion air fan 10.43 --- Pressure gauge 06.10 3Y5 Relief valve for main fuel (open when de-energized) 06.02 --- Secondary air control damper 04.17 9E2 Heater for igniter 13.

Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Wartung / ReinigungTranspot 11 11. The plant authorities must ensure that the personnel is qualified to perform the described tasks correctly. tasks involving the electric system may be performed by electricians only. For this reason. SAACKE also offers plant authority training courses. measuring instruments) may perform the related tasks. Repairs may only be performed by specialized staff explicitly authorized to do so by the manufacturer. only personnel with product-specific and task-related specialized knowledge with access to the equipment required to perform the tasks (e. always follow the instructions in the chapter on "Safety" and comply with the national regulations in respect of personal and environmental protection as well as the accident prevention regulations. Only original spare parts may be used for replacing components within the scope of maintenance work.1 Maintenance / Cleaning General Information The chapter entitled "Maintenance / Cleaning" contains mandatory instructions for the inspection and maintenance of the burner as well as for the replacement of components.g. Persons performing tasks on the electric system must have specialized knowledge. SAACKE Service GmbH is at your disposal for more detailed information. In addition. You will find our contact data on the rear of this document. It is crucial that these persons are capable of detecting potential hazards in due time and of preventing them. Tasks identified by the term "Service Personnel" may influence the proper operation of the burner and the quality of the combustion considerably. SAACKE ensures the smooth course of service tasks of this kind by taking internal qualification measures and a persistent quality management. For more detailed information. SAACKE Service GmbH is at your disposal for more detailed information on training courses. You will find our contact data on the rear of this document. it must be replaced. The tasks described in this context may only be performed by personnel explicitly authorized to do so by the plant authorities. For this reason. Please observe that only service personnel is permitted to replace some of the security-related parts. SAACKE Service GmbH is at your disposal for more detailed information on this topic as well. Technical Documentation 56 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . please refer to the chapter entitled "Safety". Before and during maintenance activities. Caution! If a burner component is defective.

Switch the burner and the burner control system off. For this reason. Close the manual rapid shut-off for the ignition medium. Ensuring that the system cannot be turned on again means: Placing the turned off main switch in the 0-position Or placing a clearly visible warning sign on the automatic cut-outs or on the fuse bottom part. heat generator.2 Preparing Maintenance Work 11. Warning! Risk of electrocution and danger through inadvertent restarting of the burner! Disconnecting from the mains includes the following: Switching off the main switch of the plant Or switching off the automatic cut-outs of the plant Or removing the fuse links (all phases). Note The following instructions apply to all the maintenance tasks.g. 11. Run the burner to the low-load position. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 57 / 178 .1 Periodical Maintenance (Fault not Acute) Agree the terms with the plant manager before starting any maintenance work. Cut off the fuel supply. Ensure that the shut-down of the plant for maintenance purposes does not cause faults or damage to other plants or plant components.2. for which it is explicitly pointed out that they can only be performed on the running system.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Note The other subsystems of the plant (e. Heed the instructions for the fuel supply system in the manufacturer's documentation. the present burner documentation does not include any concrete contents on the other subsystems of the plant. refer to the chapter entitled "Safety") are required to operate the plant but they are not an integral part of the burner described in the present document and may vary depending on the plant. fuel supply system. Disconnect the power supply to the plant and safeguard it against restarting. Let the burner cool off. Exception: Tasks. Observe the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the other subsystems to ensure safe operation of the plant.

11. high air humidity. 11.g.3 Clean rotary cup.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Take the following measures before working on fuel-carryingcomponents: Warning! Danger through open fire! Ensure that there isn't any open fire on the plant while maintenance work is being performed. coolants and lubricants.5.2 Maintenance after a Fault has Interrupted the Operation Proceed as described in the chapter entitled "Operation". 11. dispose of any collected oil in an environmentally friendly way. Do not use any open fire (not even a lighter or a welding apparatus) during maintenance! Professionally remove the residual fuel in the lines. Particular operating conditions may necessitate correspondingly shorter maintenance intervals.5 Technical Documentation 58 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . section "Operation Interruption due to Fault". Remove any leaked fuels. Refer to Chapter Check the plant for proper operation (visual inspection.3 Maintenance Intervals The following recommended. extreme temperatures Continuous operation Caution! Immediately repair damaged surface coating to avoid corrosion. Remedy immediately defects detected in the burner.5. 11. 11.2. 11.5.. Particular operating conditions are. Dispose of the fuel ecologically. stel Daily. e..1 Check the protective gratings of the fan intake opening and the silencer.2 Check the inlet pressures of combustion air and fuel and compare them with the approval and measurement report. average maintenance intervals are based on normal operating conditions and periodical use with interrupted operation (Installation Category B according to DIN 31052).5. remove coarse dirt as required. salty or particularly dusty air. for example: A higher concentration of impurities of the fuel oil Special environmental factors. listen for noise) monitor operation and fault messages.4 Check integrated oil drip tray. 11.5. Note: The cleaning interval for specific applications depends on the fuel oil quality and mode of operation.

Service Personnel Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 59 / 178 . Service Personnel Check drive motor of the rotary cup atomizer. 11. remove any deposits.5.5.. 11.. Quarterly..5.10 Clean the dirt traps.14 Check solenoid oil valve ESV-A (safety shut-off device).5. check function while doing so. pressure monitors). Service Personnel Check components which come into contact with fire (stabilizing disk.5.16 Check the belt guide (flutes in the rotary cup atomizer shaft). Service Personnel Check the oil flow controller. Refer to Chapter Check differential pressure monitor.. --11. Service Personnel Check all monitors (temperature monitors. 11.7 Check the driving linkage of the actuators and all the other detachable connections of the moving components and connectors. 11. inform the plant authorities. Bi-annually.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Weekly. Refer to Chapter Check the flow paths of the combustion air. CO.12 Check emission values (O2. In newly commissioned plants: Clean the dirt traps. air gap).000 operating hours). Refer to Chapter 11.5. NOx and smoke spot number). 11.6 Check the air pressure monitor.9 Checking the ignition cables and plug-and-socket connections --- Clean the flame scanner. Service Personnel Check the manual rapid shut-off. Clean the stabilizing disk.15 Check the tension and condition of the Poly-V belt. 11..8 Clean the igniter 11.. Service Personnel Check whether security-related components have reached their rated service life and.5.5. fuel and ignition medium for wear. 11. if so.14 Refer to Chapter Clean and slightly grease cam strips (only in the case of burners with mechanical compound regulation). Service Personnel Annually (or after 6.5.5.. Service Personnel Check igniter and ignition valves.. Service Personnel Check the swing-out switch.

Refer to Chapter Grease the drive motor bearings..13 Check air control dampers.000 operating hours). Service Personnel Replace the anti-friction bearing of the rotary cup atomizer shaft.. Service Personnel Replace the gaskets in the oil flow controller.17 Replacement of security-related components (service life) Component Interval in years Replacement by Air pressure monitors 10 Service personnel Differential pressure monitor 10 Service personnel Solenoid oil valves 10 Service personnel Oil pressure monitor 10 Service personnel Electronic fuel-air compound regulation (if available) 10 Service personnel 10 Plant authorities or service personnel 10 Plant authorities or service personnel Flame scanner Flame monitor Technical Documentation 60 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5..5. Refer to Chapter Replace the battery of the oil flow meter.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Every two years (or after 12.. Service Personnel Every five years.5. 11. 11. 11.11 Replace the stabilizing disk. Service Personnel Replace ignition electrodes.

For this reason. Warning! Danger to life due to ship motions! The burner is very heavy and can move in an uncontrolled way when the ship moves and it is not secured. secure the burner with the securing bolt once you have swung it open. Always swing the burner completely open. 11.4 Maintenance / Cleaning Swinging Burner Open / Shut For some tasks. Make sure that the rotary cup has stopped.1 Swinging the Burner Open S300 Fig. Always swing the burner completely open (by 75°) as it can only be secured (locked) in this position. Only swing open the burner when you are explicitly instructed to do so. this is indicated in the corresponding chapter. Warning! Before swinging the rotary cup atomizer open: Make sure that the burner is switched off and safeguarded against restarting.4. the burner must be swung open. Let the burner cool down.SKVJ-M 11. 34: Swing-out lock 1 Ratchet 2 Locking screw 3 Closing plate Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 61 / 178 . Note If it is necessary to swing open the burner for a specific task.

S303 Fig. 36: Burner swung open (heat generator not shown) Technical Documentation 62 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Lift the locking screw with the ratchet out above the closing plate and slowly swing the burner open. Warning! Crush hazard! Always swing the burner open and shut slowly.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M S339a Fig. Pull the securing bolt out. Loosen the locking screw with the ratchet. 35: Securing bolt when burner is swung shut 1 Securing bolt Switch off the burner.

4. Tighten the locking screw with the ratchet. 37: Securing bolt when burner is swung open 11. Lift the locking screw with the ratchet above the closing plate. Slowly swing the burner shut. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 63 / 178 .2 Swinging the Burner Shut Pull the securing bolt out.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Secure the burner with the securing bolt. Warning! Crush hazard! Always swing the burner open and shut slowly. S339b Fig.

1 Checking that the Plant Functions Correctly Monitor the operation and fault messages of the plant.2 Checking the Protective Grating of the Fan The fan can only draw in sufficient air when the intake opening is unobstructed. Compare these values with the values documented in the approval and measurement report. Find the leak and repair it. Technical Documentation 64 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5. listen for noises). 11.3 Checking the Inlet Pressures for the Combustion Air and Fuel Check the supply pressures of the combustion air and the main fuel on the corresponding pressure gauge at the burner inlet.5.5 SKVJ-M Performing Maintenance 11.5. Remove coarse dirt from the protective grating of the fan.Maintenance / Cleaning 11. Contact the service personnel if you cannot detect a fault. If in doubt. Check that the intake opening of the fan is unobstructed. 11. If you detect deviations: Check whether the supply lines are open. Check that the plant functions correctly (visual inspection. If you notice large amounts of fuel escaping: Immediately switch the burner off. if possible. contact the service personnel. If you detect a burner problem: Follow the instructions in the chapter entitled "Troubleshooting".

it is sufficient to wipe the rotary cup with a cleaning rag. S035 Fig. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 65 / 178 . Check the condition of the rotary cup.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11.5.4 Cleaning the Rotary Cup Caution! It is essential to adhere to the individually applicable cleaning interval. Swing open the burner. In the case of slight soiling. Remove fixed deposits in the rotary cup with the special aluminum scraper provided. 38: Aluminum scraper Swing the rotary cup atomizer shut again once you have completed the work.

For this reason. The oil collected in the integrated oil drip tray flows out. a small amount of residual oil may escape. 39: Leak oil drain 10 1 Integrated oil drip tray for relief line 2 Screw plug Note In the next step.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11. 10 The figure is a schematic diagram with the example of the SKVJ-M 10-24 burner sizes. Technical Documentation 66 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . keep an oil drip tray ready and dispose of any escaped oil correctly and ecologically. Screw out the screw plug.5 Checking the Integrated Oil Drip Tray S087 Fig. They shall apply analogously for the SKVJ-M 28-58 burner sizes.5.

the check was successful. If a safety shut-off was triggered.5.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. 40: Differential pressure monitor (figure without cover). Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 67 / 178 . actuate the emergency stop switch of the plant and contact the service personnel. Reset the burner on the burner control system.6 Checking the Differential Pressure Monitor Note This check can be performed only while the burner is in operation. Warning! If a safety shut-off is not triggered when the shut-off time is checked. pressure connector on the rear is not shown 1 Pressure connector 1 2 Measuring point 3 Test button 4 Adjusting screw with scale 5 Pressure connector 2 (not visible) Run the burner to low-load position. Press the test button. A001a Fig. This must trigger a safety shut-off. Caution! The check will trigger a safety shut-off! Agree the terms with the plant manager before starting the check. Do not restart the plant until the case has been checked by the service personnel.

the check was successful. This must trigger a safety shut-off within a few seconds. Technical Documentation 68 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Caution! The check will trigger a safety shut-off! Agree the terms with the plant manager before starting the check. Contact the service personnel. actuate the emergency stop switch of the plant and contact the service personnel. Tighten the slotted screw of the measuring point on the air pressure monitor.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11. Do not restart the plant until the case has been checked by the service personnel. Reset the burner on the burner control system. pressure connector on the rear is not shown 1 Measuring point 2 Adjusting screw with scale 3 Pressure connector (not shown) Run the burner to low-load position.7 Checking the Air Pressure Monitor Note This check can be performed only while the burner is in operation. Warning! If a safety shut-off is not triggered when the shut-off time is checked. If a safety shut-off was triggered.5. A001b Fig. 41: Air pressure monitor (figure without cover). Screw the slotted screw out of the measuring point. the air pressure monitor is probably defective. If a safety shut-off is not triggered.

SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11.8 Cleaning / Greasing the Cam Strips The burner is equipped with a control disk. The control disk comprises cam strips. S319 Fig. 42: Control disk (rear) 1 End block 2 Holding block 3 Cam strip Clean the cam strips and slightly grease them afterwards without changing the adjustment of the holding blocks and end blocks. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 69 / 178 .5.

Technical Documentation 70 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Clean the igniter. Re-mount the igniter. Pull the igniter out. Only personnel specially trained for this purpose is permitted to disassemble the igniter. 43: Dismounting the igniter 1 Igniter tube (at the burner) 2 Allen screw 3 Igniter Unscrew the Allen screw. Proceed in reverse order.9 Cleaning the Igniter Warning! Risk of injuries resulting from incorrect operation or incorrect settings! You may only dismount the igniter from the burner and clean the outside as described in the following. S321 Fig.5. You must not disassemble the igniter.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11. The procedure is documented separately.

Warning! Risk of injuries due to air containing particles! When pulling out the flame scanner. example Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 71 / 178 . 44: Flame scanner with mount. example: SAACKE FLS09UV 1 Flame scanner 2 Mount (made of polycarbonate. Caution! The check will trigger a safety shut-off! Agree the terms with the plant manager before starting the check. The instructions in the present section refer to the SAACKE FLUS06UV / FLS09UV flame detection system and are intended as an example only. air containing particles may escape.10 Cleaning the Flame Scanner / Performing a Function Test The flame detection system consists of the flame scanner (detector. Warning! Risk of injuries resulting from incorrect operation or incorrect settings! Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the flame detection system.5. Dismount the flame scanner as follows: TX080 Fig. Refer to the separate documentation. on the burner) and the flame monitor (analyzing unit). Run the burner to low-load position. We recommend wearing safety goggles.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. transparent) 3 Clamping screw 4 Position screw 5 Mounting screw 6 Adapter on the burner. Note This check can be performed only while the burner is in operation.

When doing so. Caution! The position screw and the clamping screw stay screwed in! Pull out the flame scanner with its mount. Cover the lens. To facilitate installation. Reset the burner on the burner control system. This marking is opposite the lens.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Screw out the two mounting screws. 45: The lens and marking of the flame scanner 1 Lens 2 Marking (opposite to the lens) Retighten the two mounting screws. there is a mark on the part of the flame scanner which protrudes out of the burner. actuate the emergency stop switch of the plant and contact the service personnel. Technical Documentation 72 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Warning! If a safety shut-off is not triggered when the shut-off time is checked. This must trigger a safety shut-off within one second. be sure not to soil or scratch the lens.e. Check whether the lens is dirty. i. Mount the flame scanner (including the mount). it must point away from the furnace. Clean it if required. H009 Fig. Do not restart the plant until the case has been checked by the service personnel.

Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 73 / 178 . the grease must comply with the following specification: Operating temperature: -20 to +150°C Drop point: > 220°C Worked penetration: 300 Penetration class: 2 Caution! Never blend different types of lubricating grease with different properties! 11. as well as a servomotor for the compound regulation. The rotary cup atomizers in the factory are lubricated with this high-performance lubricating grease.5. 11.11. if they are sealed bearings. Swing the burner shut again.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. replace them. Should you use lubricating grease from other manufacturers.13.5.5.5. The position of the stabilizing disk is shown in chapter 11.12 Cleaning the Stabilizing Disk Swing the burner open.1 Servomotors The servomotors are maintenance-free. Lubricating grease properties We recommend the use of the special SAACKE antifriction bearing grease.11 Motors The burner has a drive motor for the combustion air fan and the rotary cup atomizer respectively.11. Clean the stabilizing disk.000 operating hours) or.2 Drive Motors Clean and lubricate the bearings of the drive motors every two years (or after 12. 11.5.

Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11. Remove the tertiary air supply and put it on a work bench. S322 S324 Fig. SKVJ-M 28 – 58: 4 pieces) Screw out the mounting nut for the tertiary air supply.13 Replacing the Stabilizing Disk Swing the burner open. right SKVJ-M 28 – 58) 1 Stabilizing disk 2 Tertiary air supply 3 Mounting nut for the tertiary air supply (SKVJ-M 10 – 24: 3 pieces. right SKVJ-M 28 – 58) 1 Tertiary air supply 2 Mounting nut for stabilizing disk (4) 3 Stabilizing disk Technical Documentation 74 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . S323 S325 Fig. 47: Dismounting the stabilizing disk (exploded view drawing. left SKVJ-M 10 – 24. 46: Stabilizing disk position (left: SKVJ-M 10 – 24.5.

exploded view drawing 1 Strainer element 2 Cover 3 Gasket 4 Washer 5 Allen screw Screw out the two Allen screws.5. 11.14 Cleaning the Dirt Traps S326 Fig. Remove the stabilizing disk and replace it. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 75 / 178 . Re-mount the stabilizing disk and the tertiary air supply (in reverse order). For this purpose. 48: Dirt trap. Note You can use the Allen screws as dismounting aid for the cover. screw these in the other drill holes of the cover until the cover can be taken off easily.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Screw out the mounting nuts for the stabilizing disk.

Replace.14). Place an oil drip tray underneath the rotary cup. the solenoid oil valves ESV-A are leaky. Check the gasket. 11. Clean the strainer element and re-install it. Re-mount the dirt trap.5.15 Solenoid Oil Valves ESV-A (Safety Shut-Off Devices) Clean the upstream dirt trap periodically (refer to chapter 11. Proceed as follows to check the solenoid oil valves ESV-A for leaks: Swing the burner open.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Pull the dirt trap out. if required. There must not be any leakage oil. Contact the service personnel.5. If leakage oil exits If leakage oil exits. Technical Documentation 76 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

16. right SKVJ-M 28 – 58) 1 Allen screw 2 Casing cover Unscrew the Allen screws and remove the casing cover. tension the belt as described in the following section.16 Poly-V Belt (Rotary Cup Atomizer) 11. If the belt tension does not comply with the specifications.1 Checking the Belt Tension S328 S338 Fig. All the information you need to check the belt tension is included in document 1-0014-5022. You can now see the drive motor of the rotary cup atomizer and the belt. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 77 / 178 .5.5.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. 49: Access to the belt (left SKVJ-M 10 – 24.

51: Tensioning the belt (SKVJ-M 28 – 58) 1 Belt 2 Top adjusting nut 3 Bottom adjusting nut Technical Documentation 78 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . 50: Tensioning the belt (SKVJ-M 10 – 24) S337 Fig.16.5.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11.2 Tensioning the Belt S327 Fig.

Fit the new belt. Turn the bottom adjusting nut downwards until the tension has been sufficiently relieved so that you can remove the belt.5. Retighten the top adjusting nut.16. Place the cover onto the battery compartment again and tighten it with the screws. Retighten the top adjusting nut. Make sure the polarity is correct.3 Replacing the Belt Caution! Use original spare parts only. 52: Oil flow meter Remove the screw (1). Loosen the top adjusting nut. S076 Fig. Turn the bottom adjusting nut upwards until the desired tension has been reached. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 79 / 178 . Replace the battery.5. Remove the cover of the battery compartment (2).17 Replacing the Battery of the Oil Flow Meter Replace the battery of the oil flow meter every 5 years (for normal operation). 11. Turn the bottom adjusting nut upwards until the desired tension has been reached. You can use batteries of the CR ½ AA or CR2 type. 11. Otherwise trouble-free operation of the burner cannot be guaranteed.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Loosen the top adjusting nut.

53: Flame scanner with mount. we recommend that you have service personnel replace the flame scanner or that you contact the service personnel if you are not sure how to proceed.5.18 Troubleshooting Measures Note The tasks described in the present section need only be performed in the case of faults (refer to the chapter entitled "Troubleshooting") or after the service life of the components has expired.1 Replacing the Flame Scanner Note Follow the manufacturer's documentation on the flame scanner. Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". 11. S022 Fig. They are not part of the standard maintenance procedures.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11. Since the flame scanner is crucial for the correct and safe operation of the burner.5.18. transparent) 3 Clamping screw 4 Position screw 5 Mounting screw Technical Documentation 80 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Warning! The tasks described in the present section may be performed by electricians only. example: SAACKE FLS09UV 1 Flame scanner 2 Mount (made of polycarbonate.

Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". Insert the flame scanner into the mount. Caution! Ensure that the insertion depth is identical to that of the old flame scanner. Establish the electrical connections of the new flame scanner. Remove the electrical connections of the flame scanner. For this purpose. Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". Screw out the clamping screw. at least the following information is required: The position of the mount on the burner The position of the flame scanner in the mount – The insertion depth – The alignment of the lens H009 Fig. Retighten the clamping screw. 54: The lens and marking of the flame scanner 1 Lens 2 Marking (opposite to the lens) Screw out the two mounting screws. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 81 / 178 . Ensure that you align the flame scanner correctly. Pull out the flame scanner. Remove the flame scanner from the mount and deposit the mount securely.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Document the current position and alignment of the flame monitor before replacing it so that afterwards you can reproduce these settings exactly.

11.18.2 Replacing the Flame Monitor Note Observe the manufacturer's documentation on the flame monitor. we recommend that you have service personnel replace the flame monitor or that you contact the service personnel if you are not sure how to proceed. Note If the lens is not yet aligned properly. Check the plant for proper operation when you have completed the work. Warning! The tasks described in the present section may be performed by electricians only.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Mount the flame scanner (including the mount). you can also loosen the clamping screw when installed and then turn the flame scanner in the mount. Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". Check the plant for proper operation when you have completed the work. Retighten the two mounting screws. Establish the electrical connections of the new flame monitor.5. Technical Documentation 82 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Since the flame monitor is crucial for the correct and safe operation of the burner. Remove the electrical connections of the flame monitor. Retighten the clamping screw afterwards.

Mount the ignition cable to the new ignition transformer. Dismount the ignition cable from the ignition transformer. Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". S329 Fig.3 Replacing the Ignition Transformer Warning! The tasks described in the present section may be performed by electricians only. Connect the new ignition transformer to the electrical system. 55: Position of the ignition transformer Remove the electrical connections of the ignition transformer.18. Observe the chapter entitled "Electrical Connections of the Burner". Dismount the ignition transformer.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11.5. Mount the new ignition transformer. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 83 / 178 . Check the plant for proper operation when you have completed the work.

the dirt trap is probably soiled (refer to chapter 11. To check what is soiled. Contact the service personnel. If the oil flow rate reaches a normal level again after you have activated the bypass. Note You need an open wrench (size 17) to secure the bypass against inadvertent activation. the metering mechanism of the oil flow meter is soiled. You can run the burner with activated bypass until the fault has been corrected. Technical Documentation 84 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5. S330 Fig. you can bypass the oil flow meter.5.4 Bypassing the Oil Flow Meter If the oil flow rate decreases with constant general conditions (oil temperature. the metering mechanism of the oil flow meter may also be soiled. However. 56: Bypass (in the present example: deactivated) 1 Bypass A Bypass is deactivated. B Bypass is activated.18. oil pressure).Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M 11.14).

57: Control box of the preheater. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 85 / 178 . front view (with cover) 1 Controller (with display) To replace the controller. Remove the controller.5. Mount the new controller in reverse order.5 Preheater Warning! Risk of death by electric shock! The tasks described in the present section may be performed by electricians only. Press the clamping brackets at the two external sides of the controller. Dismount the connection cables at the rear of the controller.18. Replacing the controller (with display) S372 Fig.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. proceed as follows: Open the preheater's control box.

59: Replace fuse Replace the defective fuse. S376 Fig. It protects all three fuses at the same time. front view (without cover) 1 Main fuses 2 Relay for heater cartridges 3 Relay for control voltage To replace the main fuses.1). pos.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Replacing the fuses and relays S375 Fig. Technical Documentation 86 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . 58: Control box of the preheater. Fold down the fuse cover again. proceed as follows: Open the fuse cover (see figure below.

Pull out the relay. Mount the new relay in reverse order. Carefully pull out the relay until you have access to the connection for protective grounding. The relay has thus been dismounted. Dismount the electrical connections of the relay.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning To replace the relay for heater cartridges. use a screwdriver to pull down the lug located underneath the relay. The relay is mounted on a top-hat rail. 60: Replace relay for control voltage 1 Relay for control voltage 2 Bracket Press down the bracket. Tilt the relay upwards to loosen it from the top-hat rail. Replace the relay and mount it in reverse order. proceed as follows: Document all electrical connections in a way ensuring they can be exactly reproduced for the new relay. proceed as follows: S378 Fig. Dismount this connection. To dismount it. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 87 / 178 . To replace the relay for control voltage.

proceed as follows: Dismount the electrical connections of the defective thermal fuse. Technical Documentation 88 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Mount the new thermal fuse in reverse order. Dismount the electrical connections of the thermocouple. Insert a new gasket for the thermocouple. cannot be replaced) To replace a thermal fuse. For this reason. place an oil drip tray underneath the preheater and dispose of any fuel that has escaped correctly and ecologically. Mount the new thermocouple in reverse order. proceed as follows: Note Fuel may escape when performing the tasks described below.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M Replacing the thermal fuses and thermocouple in the preheater S411 Fig. To replace the thermocouple. 61: Preheater (without protective cover) 1 Thermal fuse (2) 2 Thermocouple 3 Heating element (6 pieces. Screw out the thermocouple. Pull out the defective thermal fuse.

5.6 Checking Heaters for Heavy Oil Firing Operation Mode Note The components described in the present chapter are relevant in heavy oil firing operation mode only. 250 W) 6 Heater for igniter (9 E 2.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning 11. Warning! Risk of death by electric shock! The tasks described in the present section may be performed by electricians only. S369 Fig. 150 W) 3 Heater for oil feed hinge (5 E 6.18. 150 W) 4 Heater for oil tube (5 E 3. 100 W) 11 12 Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 89 / 178 . 23 W) 5 Heater for oil distributor (5 E 1. 62: Heaters for heavy oil firing operation mode SKVJ-M 10-24 11 Optional components 12 Optional components 1 Heater for oil fittings block (5 E 5. 600 W) 2 Heater for solenoid oil valve (5 E 4.

Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M S370 Fig. 5 E 4. Heaters 5 E 1 and 9 E 2 are active in the purge phase only. In the following description. 160 W) 5 Heater for igniter (9 E 2. 600 W) 2 Heater for solenoid oil valve (5 E 4. 5 E 5. Heaters 5 E 3. 150 W) 4 Heater for oil tube and oil distributor (5 E 1. 150 W) 13 14 3 Heater for oil feed hinge (5 E 6. and 5 E 6 are active only as long as the switch point of the oil temperature monitor (L) has not been reached. 100 W) Note The heaters 5 E 4 and 5 E 6 are optional components. 63: Heaters for heavy oil firing operation mode SKVJ-M 28-58 1 Heater for oil fittings block (5 E 5. 13 Optional components 14 Optional components Technical Documentation 90 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . it is assumed that they have been installed.

5 E 5.. 64: Electrical connections of the heaters (schematic. perform the steps listed in the following one after the other until you have found the source of the malfunction.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning If you notice that one of the heaters is not working properly. N on terminal. Heaters 5 E 1 and 9 E 2: Ensure that the burner is in the purge phase.. 5E1 45 46 5E3 51 52 5E4 54 55 5E5 57 58 5E6 60 61 9E2 105 106 Table 2: Electrical connections of the heaters Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 91 / 178 . Contact the service personnel. If this terminal is not supplied with voltage. and 5 E 6: Use a voltmeter to check whether terminal 211 (L-terminal of the temperature monitor (L)) is supplied with voltage. A148 Fig. Step 2: Check whether the L-terminals of each heater (refer to the following table) are supplied with the full voltage. refer to the following description) C Control Cabinet D Component connection box Step 1: Heaters 5 E 3. Device number L on terminal... the temperature monitor may be defective or the switching criteria have not been met. 5 E 4. greatly simplified) A Temperature monitor (L) B Heater (example.

typically the heater is defective. Step 4: Disconnect the heater and perform a continuity test. connect the two connecting lines (N and L) to an ohmmeter or a continuity tester. For this purpose. typically the bridge circuit is defective. Step 3: Measure the voltage of terminal N of each heater against the supply N (reliable connection in the component connection box) to check proper connection to N. Contact the service personnel. A149 Fig. 65: Continuity test A Ohmmeter B Heater If you detect an interruption. the fault is caused by the wiring in the control cabinet.Maintenance / Cleaning SKVJ-M If an L-terminal of a heater is not supplied with voltage. Device number Internal resistance (approximate values) 5E1 212 Ω (SKVJ-M 10-24) / 330 Ω (SKVJ-M 28-58) 5E3 2300 Ω 5E4 353 Ω 5E5 88 Ω 5E6 353 Ω 9E2 529 Ω Technical Documentation 92 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . If you measure voltage here. Contact the service personnel.

Contact the service personnel. typically the heater is defective. 66: Power consumption A Temperature monitor B Heater C Control Cabinet D Component connection box E Ammeter Device number Power consumption at 230 V (approximate values) 5E1 1. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 93 / 178 . If the measured value is too low.65 A 9E2 0.65 A 5E5 2. typically a short-circuit has occurred.SKVJ-M Maintenance / Cleaning Step 5: Reconnect connection line N. Contact the service personnel.7 A (SKVJ-M 28-58) 5E3 0.6 A 5E6 0. A150 Fig.1 A 5E4 0. Connect an ammeter to connection line L and measure the current.43 A If the measured value is definitely too high.1 A (SKVJ-M 10-24) / 0.

Maintenance / Cleaning 11. Restart the burner. section "Preparing the Burner”) once you have completed the maintenance work. Technical Documentation 94 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .6 SKVJ-M After Completion of the Maintenance Work Prepare the burner (refer to chapter "Operation".

– Low water Feed in boiler water. Burner does not start Possible cause Measures Control voltage not available Provide for a supply with control voltage.SKVJ-M Troubleshooting Transpot 12 Troubleshooting Note If problems arise that cannot be solved with the help of the following descriptions. Fuel has not been preselected Preselect fuel. revert to the service personnel. Flue gas damper driven by the plant control system: Remove any foreign particles that block the flue gas damper. If the reason has been eliminated: Reset the emergency stop button of the plant. – The safety manostat / thermostat of the heat generator has interrupted the safety interlock circuit and is locked Reset the safety manostat / thermostat. If this does not solve the problem: follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the heat generator and/or the plant control system or revert to the service personnel. – Flue gas damper of the heat generator not open Manually driven flue gas damper: Open flue gas damper. typical causes e. If swing-out switch is defective: Revert to the service personnel.g. Burner still locked by the burner control system after the safety shut-off Unlock the burner at the burner control system. Oil safety interlock circuit interrupted Refer to "Safety shut-off during the purge phase". please contact the SAACKE Service Company. if in doubt. General safety interlock circuit of the plant interrupted. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 95 / 178 . – Emergency stop button of the plant was actuated Find out whether the button was actuated accidentally and/or whether the reason for the emergency stop has been eliminated. The swing-out switch has interrupted the safety interlock circuit Swing rotary cup atomizer shut. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the heat generator. Boiler control circuit interrupted Check the boiler control circuit.

Impeller blocked mechanically Remove foreign particles. Safety shut-off during the purge phase Possible cause Measures Pressure monitor for combustion air has interrupted the safety interlock circuit – Combustion air not available or insufficient Check whether the available pressure corresponds to the plant configuration. If in doubt. Purge phase does not start Possible cause Measures Flame scanner detects extraneous light Check furnace. If this does not solve the problem: Revert to the service personnel. Drive motor defective Revert to the service personnel. revert to the service personnel. If in doubt. Technical Documentation 96 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Troubleshooting SKVJ-M Combustion air fan does not start or triggers a safety shut-off during operation Possible cause Measures Voltage for drive motor not available Provide for a supply with voltage. If the fault persists: Revert to the service personnel. If the fault persists: Revert to the service personnel. Fuse defective Replace the fuse. Flame scanner / monitor defective Replace the flame scanner / monitor (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance / Cleaning"). The motor circuit breaker has interrupted the safety interlock circuit Reset the motor circuit breaker. pressure – Incorrect pressure monitor setting or pressure monitor defective Revert to the service personnel. If the fault persists: Revert to the service personnel. revert to the service personnel. The motor circuit breaker (fan) has interrupted the safety interlock circuit Reset the motor circuit breaker. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the flame detection system. One or more actuators do not reach the purge position Restore the free movement of the actuators.

If in doubt. supplied with voltage If defective: Replace the motor. – Rotary cup atomizer drive motor defective or not Check the voltage supply of the drive motor. Oil safety interlock circuit interrupted. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 97 / 178 .SKVJ-M Troubleshooting Safety shut-off during the purge phase Possible cause Measures Differential pressure monitor for primary air has interrupted the safety interlock circuit – Poly V belt slips or is torn Check the Poly V belt (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning").g. pressure monitor defective General safety interlock circuit of the plant interrupted Refer to "Burner does not start". – Fuel not available or insufficient/excessive fuel pressure Check whether the available fuel pressure corresponds to the plant configuration. Check whether the preheaters and heaters are working properly (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). If this does not solve the problem: Revert to the service personnel. Refer to the manufacturer's documentation on the fuel supply system. – Incorrect differential pressure monitor setting or Revert to the service personnel. causes e. – Oil pressure monitor (L) or (H) incorrectly set or defective – Oil temperature too low or too high (heavy oil firing operation mode) – Temperature monitor (L) or (H) incorrectly set or defective (heavy oil firing operation mode) Revert to the service personnel. – Bearing failure (atomizer shaft) Revert to the service personnel. Revert to the service personnel. Ignition does not start Possible cause Measures One or more actuators do not reach the ignition position Restore the free movement of the actuators. revert to the service personnel.

If defective: Replace the ignition transformer (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). clean the metering mechanism if required. – Dirt trap heavily soiled Clean the dirt trap (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). Check the pressure reducing valve (if available). soiled Technical Documentation 98 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Ignition flame instable Revert to the service personnel. Solenoid ignition valves do not open Revert to the service personnel. Check oil pressure in the closed circular pipeline (fuel supply system). Ignition medium not available or insufficient/excessive pressure Check whether the available pressure corresponds to the plant configuration.Troubleshooting SKVJ-M No ignition flame Possible cause Measures No ignition spark – Ignition transformer does not deliver secondary voltage Check whether the ignition transformer is supplied with voltage Check connections and cables. Check whether all the manual shut-off devices in the supply system are in the correct positions. If this does not solve the problem: Replace the flame scanner / monitor (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). – Metering mechanism of the oil flow meter heavily Bypass the oil flow meter (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). – Ignition electrodes soiled or defective Revert to the service personnel. No main flame Possible cause Measures Main fuel not available or insufficient/excessive pressure Check whether the available pressure corresponds to the plant configuration. revert to the service personnel. Problems with the ignition Possible cause Measures Flame scanner does not detect ignition flame Clean the lens of the flame scanner (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). Check whether all the manual shut-off devices in the fuel supply system are in the correct positions. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the flame detection system. If in doubt. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the fuel supply system.

Air in the fuel line De-aerate fuel line. unsatisfactory burnout or any other undesired operating mode of the burner not described in any other context Revert to the service personnel. If this does not solve the problem: Revert to the service personnel. Rotary cup heavily soiled Clean rotary cup. Incorrect setting of oil pressure monitor or oil pressure monitor defective Revert to the service personnel. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the flame detection system. Unsatisfactory combustion or fault in controlled operation Possible cause Measures Another subsystem of the plant (e. Burner emits soot. One or more actuators do not reach their intended position Restore the free movement of the actuators. The flame detection system has interrupted the safety interlock circuit Clean the lens of the flame scanner (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). If in doubt.SKVJ-M Troubleshooting No main flame Possible cause Measures Solenoid oil valves do not open Revert to the service personnel. Oil safety interlock circuit interrupted Refer to "Safety shut-off during the purge phase".g. control cabinet. Ensure sufficient cooling. If in doubt. General safety interlock circuit interrupted Refer to "Burner does not start". revert to the service personnel. Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the fuel supply system. heat generator) has triggered a fault / caused a safety shut-off Follow the instructions in the manufacturer's documentation on the defective subsystem or revert to the service personnel. Align the flame scanner properly (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance/Cleaning"). Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 99 / 178 . revert to the service personnel. If this does not solve the problem: Replace the flame scanner / monitor (refer to the chapter entitled "Maintenance / Cleaning").

1. please refer to chapter 13.1 Basic Dimensions and Weights S001 Fig. 67: Basic dimensions SKVJ-M 10 – 24 P Main fuel inlet R Main fuel outlet (return line) Z Ignition medium inlet For information on the dimensions of the fuel connections specified here. Size Dimensions in mm Weight in kg A B C D SKVJ-M 10 468 632 890 541 325 SKVJ-M 14 468 632 890 541 330 SKVJ-M 18 468 632 890 541 340 SKVJ-M 24 572 714 972 566 360 Technical Documentation 100 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Dimensions / Types 13 13.3.1 SKVJ-M Dimensions / Types SKVJ-M 10 – 24 13.1.

3 Fuel Connections Main fuel oil Inlet Flange DN 15 / PN 40 DIN 2635 Outlet (return line) Flange DN 15 / PN 40 DIN 2635 Ignition medium Inlet Compression-tube fitting for pipe 6x1 EN 10305-1 13. 68: Hole pattern for burner mounting plate SKVJ-M 10 – 24 13.1.SKVJ-M Dimensions / Types 13.1.5° ° 45 M12 Ø 440 Ø 510 S354 Fig. 69: Swing-out range SKVJ-M 10 – 24 Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 101 / 178 .4 Swing-out Range S002 Fig.1.2 Hole Pattern for Burner Mounting Plate 22.

200 720 15 F 15 A F Distance to ground Technical Documentation 102 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .2.1 Basic Dimensions and Weights S412 Fig.2. 200 700 SKVJ-M 58 568 936 1280 555 558 Min. 200 675 SKVJ-M 36 561 892 1235 562 543 Min.3 Size Dimensions in mm Weight in kg B C D E SKVJ-M 28 561 892 1235 562 543 Min.2 SKVJ-M SKVJ-M 28 – 58 13. 200 690 SKVJ-M 46 561 936 1235 562 558 Min. 70: Dimensions SKVJ-M 28 – 58 P Main fuel inlet R Main fuel outlet (return line) Z Ignition medium inlet For information on the dimensions of the fuel connections specified here. please refer to chapter 13.Dimensions / Types 13.

72: Swing-out range SKVJ-M 28 – 58 Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 103 / 178 .SKVJ-M Dimensions / Types 13.3 Fuel Connections Main fuel oil Inlet Weld-on union for tube DN 15 Outlet (return line) Weld-on union for tube DN 15 Ignition medium Inlet Compression-tube fitting for pipe 6x1 EN 10305-1 13.4 Swing-out Range S069 Fig.2 Hole Pattern for Burner Mounting Plate 22.2.5° M16 45 ° Ø 540 Ø 619 S355 Fig.2. 71: Hole pattern for burner mounting plate SKVJ-M 28 – 58 13.2.

15 kg/m³ Installation height 250 m above sea level Air temperature between 10 °C and 30 °C In the case of deviating ambient conditions. Note The diagrams for selecting the burner and for dimensioning the furnace are included in the corresponding chapters of the planning documentation.1 365 55 5. please contact SAACKE Bremen.6 140 35 3. 16 Values for heavy fuel oil with LCV = 40.Technical Data 14 SKVJ-M Technical Data Note These data specified in this context apply to the following ambient conditions: Air density 1. 14.2 460 60 6. For dimensions and weights. kg/h max. 14.8 SKVJ-M 24 2. please refer to the chapter entitled "Dimensions / Types". 16 kg/h min.2 105 35 3.5 SKVJ-M 58 6. It must not be used as an inverted or a floor burner.7 MJ / kg Technical Documentation 104 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .2 Burner Capacity and Fuel Flow Rate (for Heavy Fuel Oil) Burner size Burner capacity MW max.5 SKVJ-M 28 3.1 Permitted Mounting Positions The burner may be installed in a horizontal position only.3 290 50 5. 16 Maximum Turn down ratio SKVJ-M 10 1.3 SKVJ-M 18 2.5 580 70 7.0 SKVJ-M 14 1.7 240 45 4.1 185 40 3.8 SKVJ-M 46 5.0 Note You can see which minimum and maximum capacities apply for your burner on the rating plate.0 SKVJ-M 36 4.

3 SKVJ-M 18 1. 18 The oil temperature in the preheater must be set accordingly (see Viskosity-Temperature-Diagram in the Annex of the Commissioning Instructions).0 / 4.1 / 1.32 5.5 bis 3.3 SKVJ-M 46 4.3 SKVJ-M 14 1.5 / 1.4 Temperature required at burner inlet 10 to 60 °C Gauge pressure upstream of boiler inlet 1.6 18.0 / 3.0 / 12.6 Temperature 5 to 45 °C Relative air humidity Maximum 80% Drive Motor Power Burner size Rotary cup atomizer in kW at 50 / 60 Hz Combustion air fan in kW at 50 / 60 Hz SKVJ-M 10 1.32 5.5 15.0 bar 17 Gauge pressure upstream from boiler inlet at more than 3 MW output Kinematic viscosity upstream of rotary cup atomizer 18 4.0 / 17.6 SKVJ-M 28 3.5 / 8.6 SKVJ-M 24 1.0 bar ≤ 45 mm² / s Light oil (EL fuel oil / MDO) 14.5 / 6.0 to 5.SKVJ-M 14.3 17 Adjustment of approx.5 / 21.0 to 6. Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 105 / 178 .0 / 17.5 11.5 Temperature required at burner inlet 10 to 60 °C Gauge pressure upstream of boiler inlet 7 to 14 bar Ambient Conditions Combustion air 14.1 / 1.6 15. 1 bar above oil pressure set in the oil pressure controller in the burner.3 SKVJ-M 58 4.0 / 3.6 SKVJ-M 36 3.5 / 1.75 7.3 Technical Data Fuel Heavy fuel oil Kinematic viscosity at burner inlet ≤ 150 mm² / s Temperature required at burner inlet 70 to 90 °C Gauge pressure upstream from boiler inlet 3 MW output 17 at up to 3.0 / 4.0 bar Ignition Fluid Light oil (EL fuel oil / MDO) 14.5 / 6.75 11.0 / 12.

Technical Data 14.7 SKVJ-M Electrical Data General electrical data Control voltage 1 Phase ~ 230 V. 50 / 60 Hz Connection voltage depending on order Type of protection IP 54 Radio screening level N according to VDE 0875 Technical Documentation 106 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

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for example customer-specific models of the product. 73: Overview Technical Documentation 108 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .1 Overview 12 2 23 19 14 16 1 13 8 5 4 6 24 10 17 22 S129 Fig. They are subject to alterations.Exploded View Drawings 15 SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Note These exploded views correspond to the basic model of the product described. Note The exploded views shown here refer to the SKVJ-M burner sizes 10-24 (unless otherwise indicated). 15.

SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. Item 1 Rotary cup atomizer 2 Air register 4 Casing 5 Air control dampers 6 Oil fittings block 8 Mechanical compound regulator 10 Fan 13 Ignition valves and fittings 14 Flame scanner 16 Component connection box 17 Preheater control box 19 Emergency operation box 22 Silencer 23 Securing bolt 24 Further components Table 3: Legend for overview Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 109 / 178 .

2 SKVJ-M Air Register S074 Fig. 74: Exploded view of the air register Technical Documentation 110 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Exploded View Drawings 15.

3 Hexagon nut 34 Sealing cord 7 Outer air annulus ring 35 Refractory concrete Table 4: Legend for the exploded view of the air register Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 111 / 178 .16 Allen screw 28 Hexagon nut 5.1 Flange 13 Piece of piping 5.13 Washer 25 Allen screw 5.4 Flange 18 Allen screw 5.18 Washer 30 Ratchet 6 Stabilizing disk 31 Screw plug 6.15 Washer 27 Allen screw 5.6 Threaded rod 21 Eyebolt 5. Item Pos.12 Hexagon nut 24 Allen screw 5.17 Hexagon nut 29 Spring lock washer 5.14 Allen screw 26 Washer 5.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. Item 3 Outer register ring 12 Lever 5.10 Allen screw 22 Allen screw 5.11 Washer 23 Hexagon nut 5.2 Cone 17 Hexagon nut 5.

Exploded View Drawings
15.3

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Oil Fittings Block
1

48

4

40

5
2

3
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Item

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Valve block with solenoid valves

2

Oil pressure controller

3

Oil flow controller

4

Oil pressure monitor

5

Hinge (supply line / return line)

40

Oil temperature monitor (L) (60 °C)

48

Oil temperature monitor (H) (110 °C)

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15.3.1 Valve Block
1.31

1.8

1.36

1.11
1.18
1.10
1.31
1.36
1.6

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1.19

1.13
1.32

1.5
1.35
1.15

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1.14
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36 Washer 40 Temperature sensor Table 6: Legend for the exploded view of valve block Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 115 / 178 .21 Screw fitting 1.15 O-ring 1.19 Seal 1.11 Screw fitting 1.30 Allen screw 1.32 Hexagon cap nut.10 Solenoid valve (open when de-energized) 1.4 Plate 1.6 Angle bracket 1.35 Washer 1. Item ESV ESV Solenoid valves 1.31 Allen screw 1.3 Distance plate 1.5 Spacer 1.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.18 Seal 1.8 Piece of piping 1.13 Threaded rod 1. high type 1.14 Threaded rod 1.

9 Compression spring 2.14 S058 Fig.5 2.2 2.16 2.12 Seal 2.9 2.3.10 2.4 Threaded bushing 2.12 2.3 Casing body 2. 77: Exploded view of the oil pressure controller Pos.1 2.3 2.1 Expansion joint 2.14 Allen screw 2.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.4 2.10 Knurled screw 2. Item 2.15 2.2 Control piston 2.5 Collar pin 2.15 Washer 2.2 Oil Pressure Controller 2.16 Hexagon nut Table 7: Legend for the exploded view of the oil pressure controller Technical Documentation 116 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

10 Sealing washer 4.14 Plate 4.3 Oil Pressure Monitor 4. 78: Exploded view of the oil pressure monitor Pos.2 Mount 4.17 4.7 4.15 4.2 4.3.11 S061 Fig.14 4.15 Allen screw 4.12 Piece of piping 4.10 4.12 4.16 4. Item 4.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15.11 O-ring 4.16 Allen screw 4.17 4.7 Pressure monitor 4.17 Washer Table 8: Legend for the exploded view of the oil pressure monitor Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 117 / 178 .

5 3.3 3.4 Oil Flow Controller 3. 79: Exploded view of the oil flow controller Technical Documentation 118 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .15 S059 Fig.10 3.2 3.1 3.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.3.11 3.

Item 3.2 Cover 3.5 Feather key 3.1 Bolt 3.10 Deep-groove ball bearing 3.3 Ring 3.11 Seal 3.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.15 Allen screw Table 9: Legend for the exploded view of the oil flow controller Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 119 / 178 .

26 5.6 5.1.1.10 5.12 5.5 5.1.16 5.1.1.1.13 5.20 S060 Fig.15 5.25 5. 80: Exploded view of the hinge (supply line / return line) Technical Documentation 120 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .2 5.4 5.1.1 5.2 5.1.3 5.26 5.1.12 5.3.21 5.27 5.14 5.11 5.22 5.6 5.12 5.5 Hinge (Supply Line / Return Line) 5.1.5 5.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.11 5.13 5.15 5.1.15 5.

SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.11 O-ring 5.5 Throttle orifice 5.10 O-ring 5.4 Adapter 5.6 Tubular screw 5.14 Straight disk 5.1.1.6 Ring 5.1.1 Top of hinge 5.1.1.21 Allen screw 5.15 Seal 5.1.12 O-ring 5. Item 5.11 O-ring 5.16 Seal 5.26 Washer 5.3 Cover 5.1.5 Casing 5.1.27 Straight pin Table 10: Legend for the exploded view of the hinge (supply flow / return flow) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 121 / 178 .13 O-ring 5.13 Allen screw 5.15 O-ring 5.1.25 Washer 5.12 O-ring 5.2 Bottom of hinge 5.12 Locking ring 5.2 Casing body 5.20 Allen screw 5.1.

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further components (1) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 123 / 178 .6 Oil Fittings Block.3.1 74 74 115 61 70 56 20 81 49 57 10 71 73 9 71 16 31 44 92 11 73 18 41 30 32 19 51 71 15 74 73 32 62 76 17 77 43 31 18 S054 Fig. Further Components 79 96 95 90 83 74 12 96 95 42 40 73 60 87 99 100 55 80 82.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15. 81: Exploded view of the oil fittings block.

82: Exploded view of the oil fittings block.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 96 95 90 26 89 110 109 108 101 39 21 22 95 110 70 84 94 95 109 29 86 73 92 27 34 33 91 86 99 28 92 100 73 95 84 110 109 70 S055 Fig. further components (2) Technical Documentation 124 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

low-head 43 Bourdon-tube gauge 99 Screw plug 44 Strainer element 100 Seal 49 Heater cartridge 101 Direction label 51 O-ring 108 Direction label 55 O-rings 109 Hexagon nut.1 Threaded rod 28 Protective cover 83 Hexagon cap nut 29 Protective cover 84 Adjustment ring 30 Handle 86 Cage nut 31 O-ring 87 Spacer 32 Allen screw 89 Spacer 33 Screw fittings 90 Spacer 34 Flexible protective tube 91 Hexagon nut 39 Preheater 92 Allen screw 40 Temperature switch 94 Allen screw 41 Thermometer 95 Straight disk 42 Oil flow meter 96 Allen screw. further components (1) and (2) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 125 / 178 . Item 9 Spacer 57 O-ring 10 Basic module 1 60 Allen screw 11 Basic module 2 61 Allen screw 12 Basic module 3 62 Allen screw 15 Cover 70 Grub screw 16 Plug 71 Straight pin 17 Bypass plug 73 Washer 18 Oval flange 74 Washer 19 Bushing 76 Screw-in connection 20 Bushing 77 Pressure gauge screw fitting 21 Mount 79 Screw bolt 22 Mount 80 Allen screw 26 Protective cover 81 Allen screw 27 Sheet steel piece 82.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. low type 56 O-ring 110 Washer Table 11: Legend for the exploded views of the oil fittings block. Item Pos.

4 SKVJ-M Mechanical Compound Regulator 8.6 8.10 8.20 8.28 8.27 8.20 8.8 8.30 8.26 8.26 8.27 8.18 8.18 8.26 8.9 8.Exploded View Drawings 15.7 8.29 8.24 8.12 8.11 8. 83: Exploded view of the mechanical compound regulator Technical Documentation 126 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .3 8.25 8.28 8.24 8.2 S133 Fig.26 8.25 8.27 8.25 8.4 8.27 8.1 8.

3 Lever (servomotor) 8.6 Linkage 8.12 Indicating arm 8.20 Set collar 8.24 Locking washer 8.28 Hexagon nut 8.7 Linkage 8.1 Control disk 8.26 Flat washer 8.10 Lever (primary air) 8.8 Linkage (primary air) 8.25 Hexagon socket bolt 8.2 Servomotor 8.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation Item Designation 8.30 Hexagon socket bolt Table 12: Legend for the exploded view of the mechanical compound regulator Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 127 / 178 .29 Hexagon socket bolt 8.11 Lever (secondary air) 8.9 Linkage (secondary air) 8.18 Hexagon socket bolt 8.27 Locking washer 8.4 Lever (oil flow controller) 8.

1.9 8.1.16 8.14 8.2 8.1.1.15 8.1.5 8.1.4 8.1.1.1 8.4 8.1.1.7 8.1.1.1.5 8.1.1.1.6 8.1.1.1.1.1.1.1 Control Disk 8.1.14 8.1.18 8.1.1.1.3 8.13 8.1.7 8.8 8.11 8.6 S134 Fig.3 8.1.1.1.17 8.12 8.1.1. 84: Exploded view drawing control disk (1) Technical Documentation 128 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .12 8.18 8.13 8.1.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.10 8.1.1.4.1.

1.7 Shaft 8.1.13 Feather key 8.1.1.1.15 Locking washer 8.1 Control disk 8.1.14 Flange bushing 8.1.1.1.1.12 Flat washer 8.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.12 Cylindrical pin 8.13 Clamping pin 8.1.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 8.1.1.4 Mounting plate 8.1.6 Bearing casing 8.11 Hexagon socket bolt 8.1.1.8 Hexagon socket bolt 8.1.1.10 Hexagon socket bolt 8.7 Cam strip 8.1.5 Cam strip block 8.3 Cam strip 8.16 Scale 8.1.9 Hexagon socket bolt 8.18 Locking washer Table 13: Legend for exploded view drawing control disk (1) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 129 / 178 .4 Cam strip block 8.17 Allen screw 8.1.1.2 Hexagon socket bolt 8.1.5 Lever 8.6 Cam strip block 8.1.1.1.

1.9 8.2.2.1.2.9 8.1. 85: Exploded view drawing control disk (2) Technical Documentation 130 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .2 S137 Fig.3 8.12 8.14 8.1.15 8.6 8.1.1.1.5 8.1.2.2.3 8.2.1.1 8.14 8.1.1.2.1.1.14 8.2.14 8.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 8.13 8.1.18 8.1.3 8.1.1.2 8.11 8.1.8 8.1.2.1.2.1.1.2.2.14 8.3 8.10 8.1.12 8.1.2.7 8.18 8.1.2.1.4 8.1.1.12 8.2.

18 Locking washer Table 14: Legend for exploded view drawing control disk (2) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 131 / 178 .15 Hexagon socket bolt 8.1.1.1.4 Washer 8.1.14 Hexagon nut 8.2.6 Sheet metal element 8.2.1.1.12 Flat washer 8.1.1.2.2.2.7 Sleeve 8.1 Cover plate 8.2 Cover plate 8.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 8.1.1.2.2.1.3 Washer 8.2.8 Sheet metal element 8.1.2.1. consisting of: 8.2.2.2.9 Hexagon socket bolt 8.3 Lever 8.13 Clamping pin 8.1.1.5 Ring 8.1.11 Cam follower 8.10 Deep-groove ball bearing 8.1.1.2.2.1.2 Center pivot plate.12 Flat washer 8.14 Flange bushing 8.1.

4.4.12 8.1 8.4.4.4.6 S135 Fig.13 8.4.8 8.1 8.4.17 8.5 8.4.2 Lever (Servomotor and Oil Flow Controller) 8.3.3.4 8.11 8.3.9 8.3.2 8.15 8.5 8.4.6 8.4.4.4.4.10 8.6 8.14 8.16 8.4.8 8.2 8.3 8.4. 86: Lever (servomotor and oil flow controller) Technical Documentation 132 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .4.4.3.4 8.10 8.3.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.13 8.4.4.4.

9 Hexagon nut 8.4 Grub screw 8.3.4.8 Securing ring 8.4. 87: Exploded view drawing of lever (servomotor and oil flow controller) Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 133 / 178 .4.1 Bushing for drive shaft 8.4.5 Mount 8.4.15 Threaded rod 8.3 Mount with gear teeth 8.4.4.17 Grub screw Fig.2 Lever 8.5 Allen screw 8.4.8 Allen screw 8.4 Slide block 8.4.4.3.10 Flat washer 8.14 Flat washer 8.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 8.4.6 Locking washer 8.4.3.3.13 Hexagon nut 8.1 Bearing with gear teeth 8.12 Flat washer 8.4.11 Securing ring 8.3.4.3.4.6 Locking washer 8.16 Hexagon nut 8.2 Lever 8.4.

Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.2 8.6 8.1 8.6.7.1 8.6.1 8.6.8.1 8.7.6 8.7 8.5 8.4 8.7.9.2 8.6.3 S136 Fig. 88: Exploded view drawing of linkage Technical Documentation 134 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5 8.7.6.3 8.8.7.6 8.7.4 8.9.9.6.6.5 8.4.3 8.4 8.3 Linkage 8.5 8.3 8.6.7.2 8.6.8.

8.1 Threaded rod 8.7.6.3 Rod end 8.6.9.3 Hexagon nut 8.3 Hexagon nut Table 15: Legend for exploded view drawing of linkage Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 135 / 178 .7 Threaded rod 8.9.1 Threaded rod 8.8.7.6.2 Rod end 8.5 Flat washer 8.6 Hexagon nut 8.2 Rod end 8.8.6.9.7.6.2 Rod end 8.7.1 Hexagon piece 8.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 8.3 Rod end 8.4 Allen screw 8.5 Hexagon nut 8.6.4 Hexagon nut 8.1 Threaded rod 8.7.6 Threaded rod 8.6.

19 4.22 4.Exploded View Drawings 15.5 4.39 4.1 4.13 4.19 4.42 4.61 4.37 4.21 4.63 4.5 SKVJ-M Casing 4.38 4.57 4.64 4.14 4.57 4.22 4.40 4.55 4.62 S078 Fig.64 4.6 4.21 4.34 4.65 4.31 4.51 4. 89: Exploded view of the casing Technical Documentation 136 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .35 4.30 4.31 4.42 4.15 4.17 4.60 4.62 4.56 4.62 4.49 4.6 4.14 4.20 4.62 4.56 4.51 4.16 4.

SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 4.13 Sheet metal element 4.16 "SAACKE" name plate 4.51 Cage nut 4.49 Indicating label 4.6 Pin 4.62 Union 4.38 Hexagon socket bolt 4.64 Union 4.35 Inspection glass 4.34 Spring lock washer 4.15 Stud screw 4.65 Gauge nipple Table 16: Legend for the exploded view of the casing Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 137 / 178 .17 Hexagon socket bolt 4.21 Flat washer 4.60 Hexagon socket bolt 4.42 Gasket 4.14 Stud screw 4.20 Hexagon socket bolt 4.1 Casing 4.22 Bushing 4.40 Swing-out switch 4.19 Thrust washer 4.31 Hexagon socket bolt 4.30 Stop 4.63 Union 4.61 Union 4.39 Flat washer 4.55 Washer 4.56 Fastener 4.57 Blind rivet 4.5 Cover 4.37 Hexagon nut 4.

10 5.17 5.17 5.2 5.6 SKVJ-M Air Control Damper 5.13 5.8 5.9 5.17 5.20 5. 90: Exploded view of the air control damper Technical Documentation 138 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .12 5.14 5.12 5.18 5.Exploded View Drawings 15.18 5.5 5.16 5.16 S079 Fig.6 5.11 5.22 5.16 5.17 5.14 5.4 5.3 5.1 5.7 5.15 5.

1 Casing 5.8 Linkage 5.18 Bushing 5.13 Hexagon nut 5.10 Pin 5.17 Plain bearing 5.16 Hexagon socket bolt 5.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 5.15 Locking washer 5.2 Damper 5.4 Shaft 5.12 Hexagon socket bolt 5.5 Shaft 5.14 Locking washer 5.7 Butterfly damper 5.9 Lever 5.3 Butterfly damper 5.20 Flanged bearing 5.6 Shaft 5.11 Lever 5.22 Hexagon socket bolt Table 17: Legend for the exploded view of the air control damper Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 139 / 178 .

1.1.1. 91: Exploded view of the fan Technical Documentation 140 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Exploded View Drawings 15.1.1.7 10.2 10.6 10.1.9 10.1.1.1.20 10.7 SKVJ-M Fan 10.1.5 10.1 10.22 10.1.1.1.1.11 10.18 10.1.14 S190 Fig.21 10.10 10.15 10.5 10.4 10.

1.1 Fan casing 10.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 10.9 Indicating label 10.4 Grating 10.1.1.1.10 Allen screw 10.14 Allen screw 10.6 Hexagon nut 10.1.2 Inlet nozzle 10.11 Locking washer 10.7 Spring lock washer 10.15 Flat washer 10.1.1.21 Hexagon head bolt 10.22 Spring lock washer 10.1.5 Drive motor Table 18: Legend for the exploded view of the fan Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 141 / 178 .18 Impeller 10.20 Washer 10.1.1.1.1.1.1.1.5 Ring 10.

92: Exploded view of the flame scanner Technical Documentation 142 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .8 SKVJ-M Flame Scanner S080 Fig.Exploded View Drawings 15.

Item 2 Flame scanner 4 Mount 5 Allen screw 6 Allen screw 7 Allen screw 8 Hexagon nut Table 19: Legend for the exploded view of the flame scanner Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 143 / 178 .SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.

9 SKVJ-M Component Connection Box 150/151 142/143 150/151 146/147 150/151 S081 Fig. 93: Exploded view of the component connection box Technical Documentation 144 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Exploded View Drawings 15.

Item 3 Component connection box 10 Rectifier 18 Hexagon nut 19 Washer 139 Connector hood 141 Socket insert 142 Reducer 143 Cable coupling 144 Connector hood 145 Socket insert 146 Reducer 147 Cable coupling 148 Connector hood 149 Socket insert 150 Reducer 151 Cable coupling Table 20: Legend for the exploded view of the component connection box Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 145 / 178 .SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.

11 17.10 Preheater Control Box 17.25 17. 94: Exploded view of the preheater control box Technical Documentation 146 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .1 17.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.21 17.5 17.10 17.12 17.20 17.16 17.14 17.9 17.18 17.19 17.26 S131 Fig.8 17.

10 Mount for relay 17.19 Union 17.11 Mounting bracket 17.25 Terminal 17.12 Fuse holder 17.9 RC module 17.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 17.20 Fan 17.14 Backup 17.18 Union 17.8 Relay 17.5 Controller 17.21 Filter 17.26 Protective conductor terminal Table 21: Legend for the exploded view of the preheater control box Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 147 / 178 .1 Control box (casing) 17.16 Solid-state contactor 17.

Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.11 Igniter S082 Fig. 95: Exploded view of the igniter Technical Documentation 148 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. Item 1 Nozzle stock 2 Spacer 3 Slotted disk 5 Ignition electrodes 6 Ignition cable 10 Elbow screw joint 11 Measuring nipple 12 Screw fitting 13 Safety washer (Nordlock) 14 Serrated lock washer 15 Hexagon nut 16 Straight disk 17 Heater cartridge 19 Oil nozzle 20 Allen screw 21 Allen screw 24 High-voltage coupling bushing 25 High-voltage coupling plug 40 Coupling casing 41 Connector hood 42 Pin insert 43 Socket insert 44 Reducer 45 Double clip connector 46 Reducer 47 Double clip connector Table 22: Legend for the exploded view of the igniter Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 149 / 178 .

Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15. 96: Exploded view of the ignition valves and fittings Technical Documentation 150 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .12 Ignition Valves and Fittings S083 Fig.

optional) 15 Pressure gauge 28 Angle bracket 30 Reducer 31 Seal 32 Screw fitting 33 Seal 35 Steel tube 36 Steel tube 38 Screw fitting 39 Screw-in connection 40 Screw fitting 41 Screw-in connection 43 Pressure gauge coupling 47 Elbow screw joint 48 Screw fitting 50 Straight disk 52 Allen screw 53 Hexagon nut 54 Allen screw 55 Serrated lock washer 56 Spacer roll Table 23: Legend for the exploded view of the ignition valves and fittings Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 151 / 178 .SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. Item 2 Ball valve 3 Solenoid valve 9 Solenoid valve 11 Solenoid valve (Relief valve.

16 24.9 24.6 24.1 24.2.5.3 24.6 24.5.2.3.4.8 24.3.3.5.3.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.10 24.3.4 24.9 24.2 24.3 24.9 24.1 24.5.2.6.11 24.3.2.16 24.3.3 24.2.5 24.13 Further Components 24.3 24.3.4 24.3 24.6.5.10 24.5.2.5 24. 97: Further components Technical Documentation 152 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .8 24.4 24.8 24.4.3 24.4.5.6.3 S132 Fig.15 24.6.2.19 24.

9 Double-end nipple 24.19 Union 24.8 Union 24.3 Hose clip 24.3.3.3.2.5.5.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Item Designation 24.2.3 Spacer roller 24.2.6.5.3.3 Flexible tubing 24.9 Temperature monitor (H) for combustion air Table 24: Legend for further components Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 153 / 178 .16 Pressure monitor (L) for combustion air 24.4.2.5 Spring washer 24.6.3 Hose clamp 24.8 Ignition transformer 24.4 Allen screw 24.4 Grommet 24.5.3.10 Sealing ring 24.6.3.16 Differential pressure monitor 24.3 Flexible tubing 24.11 Union 24.2 Transition piece 24.2.2.2.8 Union 24.4.9 Double-end nipple 24.6 Union 24.6.6 Union 24.1 Hose (ignition air) 24.3.5 Baffle 24.10 Sealing ring 24.5.1 Flexible tubing 24.

Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15. Item 1 Fuel atomiser 2 Primary air guiding system 3 Primary air fan 4 Shaft assembly 5 Drive 6 Fuel distributor Table 25: Legend for overview of the rotary cup atomiser SKVJ-M 10-24 Technical Documentation 154 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .14 Rotary Cup Atomiser (SKVJ-M 10-24) 5 4 6 3 2 1 S115 Fig 98: Overview of the rotary cup atomiser SKVJ-M 10-24 Pos.

1 1.14.3 S114 Fig 99: Exploded view of the fuel atomiser Pos.4 Spherical washer 1.3 Allen screw 1.4 1.1 Fuel Atomiser 1.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15.5 Conical socket Table 26: Legend for exploded view of the fuel atomiser Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 155 / 178 .5 1. Item 1.1 Rotary cup 1.

3 Cup shroud 2.12 Allen screw 2.6 Ring 2.1 Axial vane ring 2.3 2.1 2.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.15 2.13 Flat washer 2.4 2.14 2.5 2.4 Angle bracket 2.5 Ring 2.14.14 Lock washer 2.11 2.6 2.12 2.13 2.10 S113 Fig 100: Exploded view of the primary air guiding system Pos.11 Lock washer 2.10 Allen screw 2.2 Primary Air Guiding System 2.15 Allen screw Table 27: Legend for exploded view of the primary air guiding system Technical Documentation 156 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 . Item 2.

6 Angle bracket 3.6 3.18 3.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15.15 3.13 Flat washer 3.14 3.4 Fan cover 3.12 S113 Fig 101: Exploded view of the primary air fan Pos.5 3.3 Radial flow impeller 3.12 Allen screw 3.16 3.17 3. Item 3.13 3.14.17 Allen screw 3.3 3.14 Lock washer 3.17 3.15 Hexagon nut 3.18 Lock washer Table 28: Legend for exploded view of primary air fan Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 157 / 178 .18 3.5 Piping 3.16 Fastening clip 3.3 Primary Air Fan 3.4 3.

4 4.14 4.4 Shaft Assemby 4.5 4.18 4.15 4.14.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.13 S111 Fig 102: Exploded view of the shaft assembly Technical Documentation 158 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .3 4.17 4.19 4.6 4.10 4.10 4.8 4.7 4.16 4.4 4.

7 Grooved nut 4.8 Mount 4.10 Deep-groove ball bearing 4.6 Bushing 4.18 Lock washer 4.19 Hexagon nut Table 29: Legend for exploded view of the shaft assembly Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 159 / 178 .3 Fan cover 4.16 Allen screw 4. Item Pos.4 Antifriction bearing nut 4.5 Shaft 4.14 Allen screw 4.13 Grub screw 4.17 Flat washer 4. Item 4.15 Lock washer 4.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.

11 5.4 5.2 5.1 5.19 5.5 Drive 5.14 5.25 5.10 5.24 5.3 5.19 5.15 5.14.22 5.19 5.20 5.6 5.19 5.20 5.19 5.21 5.5 5.11 5.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.20 5.20 5.1.1.7 S110 Fig 103: Exploded view of the drive Technical Documentation 160 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

20 Hexagon nut 5.3 Poly-V belt pulley 5.17 Lock washer 5.23 Allen screw 5.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.24 Hegagon nut 5.5 Hinged platform 5. Item 5.1.1 Poly-V belt pulley 5.7 Bushing 5.2 Adapter sleeve 5.14 Poly-V belt 5.11 Lock washer 5.4 Washer 5.22 Eyebolt 5.25 Flat washer Table 30: Legend for exploded view of the drive Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 161 / 178 .1.21 Eyebolt 5.19 Flat washer 5.10 Allen screw 5.15 Allen screw 5.

4 6.10 6.4 Allen screw 6.10 Heater cartridge 6.11.13 6.4 6.14 6.5 Strengthening sleeve (inside of piping) 6.4 Cable clip 6.5 6.6 Angle union 6.11 6.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.6 Fuel Distributor 6.11.14.11 Heating hose 6.14 Piping Table 31: Legend for exploded view of the fuel distributor Technical Documentation 162 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .6 6. Item 6.1 Fuel distributor 6.13 Strip (textile) 6.1 S112 Fig 104: Exploded view of the fuel distributor Pos.

15 Rotary Cup Atomiser (SKVJ-M 28-58) 8 9 7 6 11 4 5 3 S120 Fig. 105: Overview of the rotary cup atomiser SKVJ-M 28-58 Pos.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15. Item 3 Fuel atomiser 4 Fuel distrbutor 5 Primary air guiding system 6 Primary air fan 7 Fan cover 8 Hinged platform 9 Drive 11 Shaft assembly Table 32: Legend for overview of the rotary cup atomiser SKVJ-M 28-58 Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 163 / 178 .

1 Fuel Atomiser 3.4 Lock washer 3.2 Washer 3.5 S121 Fig.1 Rotary cup 3.1 3. Item 3.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.5 Allen screw Table 33: Legend for exploded view of the fuel atomiser Technical Documentation 164 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .15.4 3.2 3.3 Nut 3.3 3. 106: Exploded view of the fuel atomiser Pos.

15.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15.6 Strip (textile) 4.2 Fuel Distributor 4.1 Fuel distributor 4.11 Strengthening sleeve (inside of piping) 4.2 4. Item 4.11 4.12 S128 Fig.3 Piping 4.1 4.6 4. 107: Exploded view of the fuel distributor Pos.12 Allen screw Table 34: Legend for exploded view of the fuel distributor Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 165 / 178 .2 Angle union 4.3 4.

15.7 Lock washer Table 35: Legend for exploded view of the primary air guiding system Technical Documentation 166 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .6 Allen screw 5. 108: Exploded view of the primary air guiding system Pos. Item 5.1 5.2 Washer 5.6 5.7 5.2 5.1 Axial vane ring 5.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.3 Primary Air Guiding System 5.4 Cup shroud 5.4 S122 Fig.

12 Lock washer 6.4 Primary Air Fan 6.13 6.5.10 6. Item 6.12 6.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings 15.15.4 6.11 Allen screw (flat head) 6.30 S123 Fig.5.5.30 Close-fit grooved pin Table 36: Legend for exploded view of the primary air fan Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 167 / 178 .5.5.5.5.5.13 Allen screw 6.11 6.10 6.12 6. 109: Exploded view of the primary air fan Pos.5.1 6.5.4 Radial flow impeller 6.10 Close-fit grooved pin 6.5.

15.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.13 7.9 7.27 7.1 7.5 Fan Cover 7.25 7.18 7.6 7.12 7.28 7. 110: Exploded view of the fan cover Technical Documentation 168 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .5 7.7 S124 Fig.1.30 7.29 7.26 7.12 7.3 7.

28 Lock washer 7.5 Lever 7.18 Allen screw 7.6 Bolt 7.26 Flat washer 7.9 Adjustment ring 7. Item 7.27 Hexagon nut 7.30 Sealing ring Table 37: Legend for exploded view of the fan cover Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 169 / 178 .13 Leg spring 7.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.12 Clamping pin 7.7 Primary air control damper 7.25 Allen screw 7.1 Fan cover 7.29 Lock washer 7.

23 8.19 8.16 8.15.17 S125 Fig.9 8.23 8.15 8.6 8.22 8.20 8.19 8.6 Hinged Platform 8.7 8.8 8.21 8.18 8.19 8. 111: Exploded view of the hinged platform Technical Documentation 170 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.

20 Clamping pin 8.18 Lock washer 8.15 Stud bolt 8.19 Hexagon nut 8.21 Clamping pin 8.8 Pivot pin 8.7 Hinged platform 8.23 Flat washer Table 38: Legend for exploded view of the hinged platform Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 171 / 178 .17 Hexagon head bolt 8.9 Bolt with head 8.6 Supporting bracket 8.22 Eye bolt 8.16 Hexagon nut 8.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos. Item 8.

8 9.3 9.7 9.15.6 9.7 Drive 9.24 S126 Fig.18 9.21 9.17 9. 112: Exploded view of the drive Technical Documentation 172 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .1.13 9.14 9.20 9.15 9.1.19 9.1 9.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.

Item 9.13 Poly-V belt 9.6 Poly-V belt pulley 9.14 Allen screw 9.15 Flat washer 9.8 Washer 9.3 Adapter sleeve 9.21 Flat washer 9.1 Poly-V belt pulley 9.21 Stud screw 9.1.24 Hexagon nut Table 39: Legend for exploded view of the drive Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 173 / 178 .17 Hexagon bolt 9.7 Strap 9.18 Stud screw 9.1.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.19 Flat washer 9.

113: Exploded view of the shaft assembly Technical Documentation 174 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .10 11.Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M 15.3 11.3 S127 Fig.2 11.6 11.4 11.8 Shaft Assembly 11.5 11.9 11.1 11.5 11.15.

3 Nut 11.10 Deep-groove ball bearing Table 40: Legend for exploded view of the shaft assembly Technical Documentation 2011-04-08 BA-SKVJM-02e 175 / 178 . Item 11.6 Splash ring 11.4 Splash ring 11.1 Shaft 11.5 Labyrinth packing ring 11.9 Plain roller bearing 11.SKVJ-M Exploded View Drawings Pos.2 Bearing tube 11.

Exploded View Drawings SKVJ-M Technical Documentation 176 / 178 BA-SKVJM-02e 2011-04-08 .

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