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TECHNICIAN’S HEATING

CATALOG Y O U R S I N G L E S O U R C E F O R H E AT I N G PA R T S

TECHNICIAN’S HEATING CATALOG

AIR QUALITY CHEMICALS ELECTRICAL GRILLS REGISTERS HEATING CONTROLS HYDRONICS/STEAM MOTORS & ACCESSORIES GAS HEATING NOZZLES OIL HEATING PIPE & FITTINGS TESTING EQUIPMENT THERMOSTATS TOOLS VENTING TECHNICAL INFORMATION


To our customers, We are very excited to offer this new catalog for the heating technician. We have tried to put this catalog together in an easy to use format. All items listed have both the manufacturer part number as well as the Webb part number. This makes it easy to go on-line for further information including availability and pricing. In the back, you will find some very “unique” stuff that we have assembled thanks to other organizations and industry experts. The sections on “Troubleshooting”, “Helpful Hints”, and “Test Procedures” are courtesy of Dan Holohan, Carlin and Westwood Products. The Cross Reference Charts came to us from Beckett, Honeywell, Allanson and Taco. Peerless Heating gave us sizing radiation as well as the section on antifreeze. We are grateful for their help. With 295 pages of heating parts and accessories, we trust you will find this catalog useful both in the office and in the service technician’s truck. F.W. Webb has over 70 locations throughout New England and upstate New York and in excess of $100 million dollars of inventory to service your needs. Give us a call today, we think you will be glad you did. Sincerely, Jeff Pope President F.W. Webb Company

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Gas Heating

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Air Cleaners, Humidifiers, Dehumidifiers, Air Filters Pipe Thread Sealers, Lubricants, Hand Cleaners, Cleaners & Degreasers, Fuel Oil & Boiler Chemicals, Fuel Oil Chemicals Wires, Fuses, Wire Nuts, Fittings, Boxes, Plates, Devices, Breakers, Testers, Light Bulbs, Staples Filter Grills, Sidewall Grills, Sidewall Registers and Diffusers, Floor Registers & Returns, Floor Diffusers, Multi-Pattern Ceiling Diffusers, Ceiling Diffusers, Baseboard Diffusers, Baseboard Grilles, Diffuser Boot & Damper, Forced Air Zone Controls, Static Pressure Control, Universal Zone Control Systems Primary Controls, Aquastats, Combination Controls, Pressuretrols, Fan & Limits, Switching Relays, Fan Controls, Fan Centers & Contractors, Low Voltage Transformers, Heat Manager, Boiler Reset Expansion Tanks & Accessories, Backflow Preventers, Air Vents, Gauge Glass, Relief Valves, Pressure Reducing Valves, Low Water Cut-Offs & Feeders, Flow Switches, Circulators & Accessories, Valves, Zone Valves, Flow Control Valves, Manifolds & Heaters, Tankless Coils, Radiants Burner & Blower Motors, Circulator Motors & Accessories, Blower Parts, V-Belts Gas Burner, Ignition Modules, Gas Valves, Thermocouples & Thermopile Generators, Pilot Burners & Orifices, Hot Surface Ignitors, Regulators, Track Pipe, Yellow Gas Pipe Fittings & Accessories, Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings, Shut Offs

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Hago Oil Burner Nozzles, Delavan, Nozzle Adapters, Nozzle Changers, Telescoping Mirrors, Nozzle Boxes Oil Burners, Replacement Parts & Accessories, Electrodes, Tune Up Kits, Transformers, Terminal Kits, Ignition Cable, Buss Bars, Fuel Oil Filters, Spin-On Filters, Filter Refill Cartridge, Filter Draining System, Replacement Cartridges, Oil De-Aerator, Oil Lines, Handpump, CO2 Blowout Gun, Magnetic Valves, Pumps, Oil Burner Coupling & Accessories, Burner Blower Wheels Flare Fittings, Brass Flare Fittings, Black Malleable Fittings, Fittings & Nipples, Tank Bushings, Nipple Box, Schedules 40 & 80 Black Pipe Electrical Meters, Combustion Testing Accessories, Oil Burner Testing Low Voltage Thermostats, Line Voltage Thermostats, Digital Thermostats, Programmable Thermostats, Subbases, Thermostat Guards Soldering Kits, Solder & Paste, Brushes, Vacuum Cleaners, Safety Tools, Flashlights & Batteries, Hand Tools, Power Tools, Screws & Drill Bits Power Venters & Draft, Combustion Air, Power Venters & Draft Regulators, Power Venter Parts & Controls, Power Venters, Power Venter Parts, Z-Flex, Chimney Troubleshooting, Helpful Hints, Cross Reference

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Air Cleaners LIFEBREATH® Heat Recovery Ventilators (HRVs)

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Model No. 155MAX 200MAX Airflow wg (Pa) CFM(L/S) CFM(L/S) .1 (25 Pa) 150 (71) 207 (97) .2 (50 Pa) 146 (69) 200 (94) .3 (75 Pa) 134 (63) 184 (87) .4 (100 Pa) 121 (57) 171 (70) .5 (125 Pa) 106 (50) 152 (71) Defrost Type Recirculate Recirculate Dimensions H X W X D (in.) 19 X 33.62 X 14.75 19 X 33.62 X 14.75

19 X 49 X 14.75

mfr# 155MAX 200MAX 195DCS

webb# 164614 164615 164617

description Heat Recovery Ventilator Heat Recovery Ventilator Heat Recovery Ventilator

AIR QUALITY

Our compact, electronically-powered HRV moves stale, contaminated, warm air from inside the house to the outdoors. At the same time it draws fresh, oxygen-laden air from outside and distributes it throughout the house. Stale, polluted air is constantly being replaced by an equal quantity of fresh, clean air. • The perfect balance of clean, fresh air. • Installation flexibility. • Most efficient HRV available. • Automatic defrost. • Easy clean filters. • Built-in dehumidistat. • Aluminum heat exchange core. • Premium ball bearing motor. 195DCS CFM(L/S) 203 (96) 191 (90) 182 (86) 167 (79) 155 (73) Damper

HEPA Filtration GSHH3K — Fresh Air & Heat Recovery • In addition to the benefits of the HEPA Filtration Fresh Air Ventilation System, this model as a heat recovery system that preheats air from outside before circulation it throughout the home, resulting in increased comfort. • Recirculation mode available. • Offers 70-105 CFM of fresh air. • Provides a total of 270 CFM of fresh/filtered air. • Installation kit included.

Standard • True HEPA filter included with each unit. • Whole-house HEPA air purification. • Easy installation. mfr# description GSHH3K HEPA Filtration/Fresh Air/Heat Recovery

• Up to 2,500 sq. ft. capacity. • Two pre-filters included. • 2-year warranty. webb# 250097

GuardianPlus™ Air Systems are the only whole-house filtration devices on the market to feature an electronic, low voltage wall mounted control switch for convenient operating flexibility. • Remote control of the systems operating modes. • All electric, low voltage device. • LED indicates systems’ operation mode and signals filter maintenance.

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AIR BEAR® Right Angle

RATED MEDIA SIZE MFR# AIR FLOW inches (mm) 447380-002 2000 cfm (3398m 3/hr) 5 D X 20 H X 241/2 W

UNIVERSAL APPLICATION WEBB# Right/Left Hand Installation 202347

MEDIA SIZE MFR# DESCRIPTION inches (mm) WEBB# 255649-102 Air Bear Replacement Media 20 H X 25 W X 5 D 184307 255649-105 Air Bear Replacement Media 16 H X 25 W X 5 D 283321 255649-101 Air Bear Replacement Media 16 H X 25 W X 3 D 202348 255649-103 Air Bear Replacement Media 20 H X 20 W X 5 D 283320

AIR BEAR® Supreme • Air Bear filters capture and hold pollutants inside the filter, allowing air to flow freely through the system. • Highly-efficient, 100% electrostatically-charged synthetic material. Features extended surface pleats that have a higher dirt-holding capacity than competitive filters. • Mounts directly to heating and cooling systems. MFR# DESCRIPTION RATED AIR FLOW MEDIA SIZE inches WEBB# 455602-019 AIR BEAR® Supreme 2000 2000 cfm (3398m 3/hr) 20 H X 241/4 W X 5 D 202345 ® 455602-119 AIR BEAR Supreme 1400 1400 cfm (2379m 3/hr) 20 H X 241/4 W X 5 D 202346

F200E Media Air Cleaner

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The F200E Media Air Cleaner captures a significant amount of the airborne particles from the air circulated through the unit. Recommended high efficiency media air quality product. • W8600B RF AIRWATCH filter change indicator included. • Integral pressure sensors signal when filter change is required based on increased pressure drop threshold at filter. • Filter change status is transmitted to wall-mounted RF AIRWATCH Indicator. • High efficiency charged-media filter captures particles as small as 0.3 microns. • Rugged zinc-coated, roll-formed cabinet resists corrosion and can support weight of residential furnace and evaporator coil. • Mounts in any position.

AIR QUALITY

• Air Bear filters capture and hold pollutants inside the filter, allowing air to flow freely through the system. • Highly-efficient, 100% electrostatically-charged synthetic material. Features extended surface pleats that have a higher dirt-holding capacity than competitive filters. • Built-in ductwork for installations that require a 90° duct adapter. • Mounts directly to heating and cooling systems.

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AIRFLOW Additional REPLACEMENT mfr# dIMENSIONS CAPACITY FEATURES FILTERS webb# F200E1003 16” X 20” 1200 cfm Includes FC200E FC100A1003, 370495 high efficiency filter, FC200E1003 pressure sensor and RF AIRWATCH indicator. F200E1011 20” X 20” 1400 cfm Includes FC200E FC100A1011, 370496 high efficiency filter, FC200E1011 pressure sensor and RF AIRWATCH indicator. F200E1029 16” X 25” 1400 cfm Includes FC200E FC100A1029, 370497 high efficiency filter, FC200E1029, pressure sensor and FC100C1009 RF AIRWATCH indicator. F200E1037 20” X 25” 2000 cfm Includes FC200E FC100A1037, 370498 high efficiency filter, FC200E1037, pressure sensor and FC100C1017 RF AIRWATCH indicator.

F100F Media Air Cleaner The F100F Media Air Cleaner captures a significant amount of the airborne particles from the air circulated through the unit. • High efficiency media filter captures particles as small as 0.3 microns. • Mounts in the return air duct. • Rugged zinc-coated, roll-formed cabinet resists corrosion and can support weight of residential furnace and evaporator coil. • Mounts in any position.

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AIRFLOW MAX. Additional REPLACEMENT mfr# dIMENSIONS CAPACITY FEATURES FILTERS webb# F100F2002 16” X 25” 1400 cfm Includes FC100A filter. No FC100A1029, 370491 AIRWATCH indicator. Dealer FC200E1029, private labeling available. FC100C1009 F100F2010 20” X 25” 2000 cfm Includes FC100A filter. No FC100A1037, 370492 AIRWATCH indicator. Dealer FC200E1037, private labeling available. FC100C1017 F100F2028 16” X 20” 1200 cfm Includes FC100A filter. No FC100A1003, 370493 AIRWATCH indicator. Dealer FC200E1003 private labeling available. F100F2036 20” X 20” 1400 cfm Includes FC100A filter. No FC100A1011, 370494 AIRWATCH indicator. Dealer FC200E1011 private labeling available.

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Humidifiers & Accessories

Field Controls

HE120 Whole-House Drum Humidifier

Field Controls offers a complete line of UV-Aire products for any home or business. There are duct-mounted UV-Aire models designed for forced-air heating and cooling systems. These models continuously attack airborne mold, bacteria and viruses as they circulate through the ductwork.

HE265 Bypass Flow-through Humidifier

HE120

Standard Models: UV-12, UV-18 • Hinged cover for easy accessibility. • Includes patent pending angle bracket and duct board mounting kit. • Installs easily and plugs into a standard 120V outlet.

• Humidifier pad is coated with Aglon antimicrobial agent. • Capable of humidifying the largest area, up to 4,200 sq. ft. (386 sq. M) of any Honeywell flow-through humidifier.

• Purifies air in areas up to 500 square feet. • Plugs into any standard 120V outlet. • Attractive, compact design (15”H X 12”W X 12”D).

HE265

Portable Model: UV-1500C • Purifies air in areas up to 1500 square feet. • Plugs into any standard 120V outlet. • Sits on the floor, hangs on the wall, or installs in drop ceiling (24”H X 18”W X 6”D). • Replacement Kit: 1 carbon filter, 4 high-efficiency carbon filters, 1 UV Lamp.

UV-1500C

HE225

24 hours a day / 7 days a week!

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HM509DG115 TrueSTEAM 9-Gallon Humidifier with TrueIAQ digital IAQ control • Provides humidity independent of equipment operation, allowing homeowners to reach their desired humidity setpoints regardless of air temperature. • Uses up to 70 percent less water to produce even more moisture than traditional whole-house humidifiers. • LED lights indicate when system is running or needs service. Lights also provide feedback to the installer during installation.

webb# 216010 216011 216012 216013 303117 303118 303115 303116

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HE225 Bypass Flow-through Humidifier with H8908B Humidistat • Humidifier pad is coated with Aglon antimicrobial agent. • Small footprint, light weight and reversible components allow for easy mounting on either warm air supply or cold air return of any forced air furnace. • Includes: summer shut-off damper humidifier pad, mounting template, self-piercing saddle valve, 24 Vac transformer and wire, standard Humidistat.

• Replacement Kit: 4 high-efficiency carbon filters, 1 UV Lamp.

mfr# DESCRIPTION UV-12 12” Duct Mounted Unit UV-18 18” Duct Mounted Unit UV-12BULB Replacement Lamp 12” UV12 UV-18BULB Replacement Lamp 18” UV-C UV-500C 500 sq. ft. Portable Air Purifier UV-500RK Kit Replacement 500C UV-1500C 1500 sq. ft. Portable Air Purifier UV-1500RK Kit Replacement 1500C

• Bypass Flow-through Humidifier with H8908B Humidistat. • Humidifier pad is coated with Aglon antimicrobial agent. • Small footprint, light weight and reversible components allow for easy mounting on either warm air supply or cold air return of any forced air furnace. • Includes: mounting template, humidfier pad, self-piercing saddle valve, standard Humidistat.

HE365 Powered Flow-through Humidifier with H8908B Humidistat

Portable Model: UV-500C

UV-500C

AIR QUALITY

For homes and businesses without a forced-air system, Field Controls has developed two new portable UV-Aire models. The portable models combine the purifying power of UV with high efficiency and carbon filtration to reduce dust, pollen, odors and VOC’s.

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• Bypass Drum Humidifier with standard humidistat. • Includes: mounting template/hardware, saddle valve, 24 Vac transformer and wire, bypass tubing, summer shut-off damper, convertible humidistat control.

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mfr# TYPE HE120A1002 Bypass Reservoir HE225A1006 Bypass Flow-through HE265A1007 Bypass Flow-through HE365A1006 Powered Flow-through HM509DG115 Steam Reservoir

CAPACITY (GAL. PER DAY) MOUNTING 17 GAL Duct Mount 12 GAL Duct Mount 17 GAL Duct Mount 18 GAL Duct Mount 9 GAL Duct or Remote Mount

webb# 370514 372375 370515 370516 370519

Models S2000 & S2020 Steam Humidifiers • Computer watchdog circuit. • Automatic drain/flush system. • Automatic maintenance mode. • Interlocking wiring for Fan Control. • Humidifies without a call for heat. CAPACITY mfr# DESCRIPTION (GAL. PER DAY) S2000 Humidifier Steam 2800 sq. ft. 15GP 16 GAL S2020 Humidifier Steam 3500 sq. ft. 20GP 22 GAL

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Humidifiers & Accessories Skuttle Humidifiers

Bypass Humidifier Models S1-HU12MB, S1-HU17MB • Manual humidistat. • B  ypass humidifier mounts easily on the warm or return plenum and delivers 12 to 17 gallons per day (depending on the model).

Models 45 & 90

Power Humidifier Model S1-HU18MP • Manual humidistat. • Fan-powered unit mounts easily on the warm air plenum and delivers 18 gallons per day.

Steam Humidifier Models S1-HU12DS, S1-HU12RS • • • • • • • •

Multiple installation options: duct mount, room mount or remote mount. 1 20V and 230V options. Self-contained immersed electrode design. Disposable steam-generating cylinder. High water level and foam detection monitoring. Capacities 12 lbs./hr. Pure, sterile steam delivering premium indoor air quality. Digital automatic humidistat.

mfr# S1-HU12MB S1-HU17MB S1-HU18MP S1-HU12DS S1-HU12RS

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Model HE360 Powered Flow-through Humidifier Powered Flow-through Humidifiers use the warm air furnace blower to provide whole house humidification. • Capable of humidifying the largest area, up to 4,200 sq. ft. (386 sq. M) of any Honeywell flow-through humidifier. • Interior components designed for quick maintenance and service. • Includes easy-to-use humidistat which mounts on the wall or duct for more installation flexibility. • Perfect Climate comfort Center™ control can be installed instead of the humidistat for improved aesthetics and convenience. • Standard testing per ARI Standard 610.

webb# 21872 21873

• Designed to fit today’s narrower plenums — as narrow as 14”. • Reversible side panels with unique snap-lock fittings permit easy-change left-side or right-side by-pass installation. • New, improved wicking and water distribution system allows for non-level plenums. • Durable thermoplastic cabinet resists rust, corrosion and warpage. • Low profile makes unit ideal where space is limited.

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Bypass Flow-through Humidifiers use the warm air furnace blower to provide whole house humidification. • Preassembled for quicker installation. • Small footprint, light weight and reversible components allow for easy mounting on either warm air supply or cold air return of any forced air furnace. • Interior components designed for quick maintenance and service. • Includes easy-to-use humidistat which mounts on the wall or duct for more installation flexibility. • Perfect Climate comfort Center™ control can be installed to replace both the thermostat and humidistat for improved aesthetics and convenience. • Standard testing per ARI Standard 610. • Includes: Bypass Flow-through Humidifier, humidifier pad, mounting template, self-piercing saddle valve 24 Vac transformer and wire, humidistat.

description By-Pass Humidifier — 10 Gals./Day By-Pass Humidifier — 17 Gals./Day

Models 2000, 2001 & 2002

description webb# 12 GPD By-Pass Humidifier 24V with Manual Humidistat 101987 17 GPD By-Pass Humidifier 24V with Manual Humidistat 101766 18 GPD Power Humidifier 120V with Manual Humidistat 96789 12 lbs./hr. Duct Steam Humidifier 240V 360354 12 lbs./hr. Room Steam Humidifier 240V 360351

Model HE260 Bypass Flow-through Humidifier

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Models 45 & 90 Drumatic By-Pass Type Furnace Humidifiers are designed to deliver high humidity output when used on warm-air heating systems. Fresh water flows into the distribution pan where the drum rotates and absorbs moisture over the surface of the evaporator pad. The unit features rugged construction with stainless steel cabinet for many years of service. When used in conjunction with the Skuttle® Flushing Timer, service can be drastically reduced to once a year in most cases. The unit allows for flexibility in installation, and can be mounted on either the return air or warm air plenum. ®

mfr# 2000 2001 2002

description Hi Capacity By Pass Flow Thru Humidifier Flow Thru Humidifier — 18 Gals./Day Fan Powered Humidifier — 19 Gals./Day

webb# 166955 151604 151605

Model 190 • Unique snap-lock fittings and reversible components allow quick installation and maintenance. • Uses minimal water and electricity. • Durable thermoplastic cabinet resists rust, corrosion and warpage. • Interior components designed for easy cleaning or replacement. 190

mfr# 190SHI

description webb# By-Pass Humidifier — 17 Gals./Day — Plastic Drum 67466

Replacement Parts mfr# A04-1725-034 A04-1725-033 A05-1721-042 B48-0000-000 A01-1722-018 A01-1722-020

description webb# mfr# description webb# Pad For 90SH 34403 000-0208-000 Humidifier Tablet 80023 Pad For 45SH 34537 SK0-0055-001 Humidistat 80024 24V Motor 56947 A00-1309-005 Float Only For Valve 80039 Float Valve f/45-90 79698 A04-1725-052 Evaporator Pad f/2000 193289 Drum Assembly f/45 79699 A04-1725-051 Evaporator Pad f/2000/2002 201822 Drum Assembly f/90 79700

Self Piercing Needle Valve mfr# Description Webb# 2162 3/8” to 1” 85170

CAPACITY PLENUM OPENING ELECTRICAL mfr# (PER DAY) HEIGHT WIDTH DIMENSIONS RATINGS WEBB# S1-HE260A1044 17 GAL 125/8” 93/4” 155/16”H X 12”W X 91/4”D 24 Vac 341760 S1-HE360A1050 18 GAL 141/16” 131/2” 151/4”H X 14”W X 101/4”D 24 Vac 341761

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Standard Air Filters

Pleated Air Filters

H46

Physical Data Frame: One-piece moisture-resistant chipboard. Media: Fiberglass or Synthetic. Support Grille: Perforated corrosion resistant steel or expanded wire on both sides of the filter. Sealant: Hot-melt resin. Important Features • One-piece moisture resistant chipboard frame prevents broken corners. • Support grilles on both sides for exceptional strength. • Media and grilled continuously glued to the inside perimeter of the frame for rigidity. • Filters are UL 900 Class 2 listed.

Physical Data Media: High loft, non woven cotton/synthetic blend. Media Support: Diamond shaped expanded metal. Pleat Design: V-Pleat. Frame: Moisture resistant carrier board. Important Features • Media maximizing V-Pleat design. • Expanded metal grid prevents media flutter while in operation. • Diagonal and horizontal support members provide frame strength. • Filters Media pack is sealed to eliminate air bypass. • Average ASHRAE efficiency is 25 – 30%. • Average arrestance is 90% – 92%.

HUMIDITY RATINGS, mfr# APPLICATION COLOR VOLTAGE Operating H46C1000 Dehumidification Beige 24 Vac, 120 Vac, 240 Vac 20% - 80% RH H46D1032 Humidification Beige 120 Vac, 240 Vac 10% - 60% RH

webb# 99184 100813

H69 Mount in return air duct of a forced air heating system to control a central humidifier or dehumidifier. • External knob on front of case provides control point adjustment. • Humidity sensing element is moisture-resistant nylon ribbon wound around three bobbins. H69

Humidity Ratings, mfr# Application Operating H69A1014 Humidificaton Or Dehumidification 35% - 65% RH

webb# 107381

H600 Operates humidification equipment on RH fall or dehumidification equipment on FH rise. • Sensing element of thin, moisture sensitive nylon ribbon provides reliable operation even when ambient temperature conditions change. • Fully enclosed, dust free, SPDT, snap-acting switch. • Removable setting knob prevents tampering. • Mount vertically on 2” X 4” junction box (not to be duct mounted). • Includes alternate scale and faceplate for horizontal mounting. H600

mfr# H600A1014

description Dehumidifier/Humidifier

webb# 106671

Sail Switch S688 Used in forced air systems to activate electronic air cleaners, humidifiers, or other auxiliary equipment in response to airflow from system fan. • Used in electric air systems to prove minimum airflow. • Allows auxiliary equipment, such as humidifiers, duct heaters, or damper motors to be wired independently of blower motor. • Senses vertical or horizontal airflow with appropriate selection of bias spring. • Consists of polyester film sail mounted on an SPDT, Micro Switch snap-acting switch. S688

mfr# S688A1007

description Air Flow Switch

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Other sizes available.

• Constructed of space-age, non-corrosive materials. • Patented 4-stage loading design/peak & valley webbing • Contains No Foam to clog or deteriorate. • Cleans easily and effectively — No oil sprays or expensive cleaners required! Mfr# 16X20X1A2000 16X25X1A2000 20X20X1A2000 20X25X1A2000

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Cut to Size Washable Air Filter

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Humidity Controller Provide automatic control of a humidifier or dehumidifier for dehumidification and mildew control in air conditioning systems. • Positive ON-OFF settings permit manual operation of controlled equipment. • Impact-resistant, molded plastic cover mounts on wall. • Fully enclosed, dust free, SPST, snap-acting switch. • Sensing element of thin, moisture sensitive nylon ribbon provides reliable operation even when ambient temperature conditions change. H46

Air Filters

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webb# 165504 165486 151311 112360 112358 112359 76474 76475 76477 112357 112356

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webb# 112366 112365 112361 112364 76479 76480 76481 76482 165508

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PopUP™ Media Replacement Filter • No Assembly Required—No combs, pleat spacers or end caps. Filters literally pop-up ready to use, saving you time on the job. • Application Flexibility—Available in six universal sizes that fit Honeywell models and other brands. • Homeowner Friendly—Self-assembly feature helps generate easy replacement sales. • Extra Filtration—Unique design offers an additional 1” of filtration depth compared to standard cartridge replacement filters. • Meets American Lung Association® Health House® guidelines. Mfr# Sizes webb# • Collapsible Design— POPUP1620 16 X 20 322036 Less chance of damage POPUP1625 16 X 25 322035 to filter. POPUP2020 20 X 20 POPUP2025 20 X 25 Mfr# Sizes POPUP2200 Replaces Space-Gard®/ Aprilaire® 2200 POPUP2400 Replaces Space-Gard®/ Aprilaire® 2400

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Thread Sealants RectorSeal® No. 5® pipe thread sealant is a

soft-set, slow drying compound which seals, lubricates, and protects threaded pipe and fittings. It can be pressurized immediately for piping up through 2” and 100 psi. for use on threaded galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, fiberglass reinforced, PVC & CPVC pipe. description webb# 110947 1/2 Pint 16882 1 Pint 16883 1 Quart 16884 1/4 Pint

RectorSeal® T Plus 2® pipe thread sealant

is a non-setting, multi-purpose compound which contains Teflon plus synthetic fibers to create a stronger seal. For use on threaded galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, fiberglass reinforced, PVC, CPVC & ABS pipe. mfr# description webb# 23431 1 Pint 150352

RectorSeal® Tru-Blu™ pipe thread sealant with Teflon is a fast-dry, flexible set thread sealant designed for high vibration environments such as refrigeration and industrial applications. For use on threaded galvanized steel, iron, brass, copper, aluminum, stainless steel, polyethylene, fiberglass reinforced, PVC, & CPVC pipe. mfr# description webb# 31431 1 Pint With Teflon 68533

Pipe Thread Grease Y70 pipe thread grease is sold in 21/2 oz. net weight single tubes. Y70 grease is especially compounded to provide excellent lubrication at temperatures ranging from 32 to 175°F. It will not run at high temperature and remains plastic at low temperature. mfr# description webb# Y70AA-1 21/2 oz. Tube 188175

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mfr# description ProDope® 15-420 1/2 Pint 15-427 1 Pint Grrip™ 15-510 1/4 Pint Joint Sealant 15-515 1/2 Pint Joint Sealant Real-Tuff™ 15-615 1/4 Pint Joint Sealant 15-620 1/2 Pint Joint Sealant 15-625 1 Pint Joint Sealant 15-630 1 Quart Joint Sealant MegaLoc™ 15-806 1/2 Pint Joint Sealant 15-625 1 Pint Joint Sealant BluBloc™ 15-707 1/2 Pint Joint Sealant with Brush 15-711 1 Pint Joint Sealant

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Chemicals mfr# description Lube Oil 40-404 With Extenda Spout Thread Cutting Oil 40-115 1 Quart Clear 40-120 1 Gallon Clear 40-215 1 Quart Dark 40-220 1 Gallon Dark 40-225 5 Gallon Dark 40-240 55 Gallon Dark

11236 11237 11238 11239 11241 11242 11243 55504

PERMATEX INDUSTRIAL

190100 68694 68693 152701

PERMATEX Thread Sealants INDUSTRIAL & Gasket Silicone mfr# description webb# High Performance Thread Sealant 56521 50 ml. Tube 44407 Thread Sealant with Teflon 80632 4 oz. Can 44387 80633 16 oz. Can 44388 Black Silicone Adhesive Sealant 81173 3 oz. Tube, Carded 44395 81158 11 oz. Cartridge 44394 Sensor-Safe Blue RTV Thread Sealant 80022 3 oz. Tube, Carded 44329 80023 12 oz. Tube, Boxed 44325 Ultra Blue® RTV Silicone Gasket Maker 81724 3.35 oz. Tube, Carded 44381 High-Temp Red RTV Silicone Gasket 81160 3 oz. Tube, Carded 44358 85915 7.25 oz. Automatic Tube 44372 81409 11 oz. Cartridge 44368 Aviation Form-A-Gasket® No. 2 80009 1.5 oz. Tube, Boxed 44315 80016 3 oz. Tube, Boxed 44316 80011 11 oz. Tube, Boxed 44317 Pipe Joint Compound 80045 16 oz. Bottle 44393 Rubber Adhesive/Sealant 80855 11 oz. 44395

Thread Cutting Oils

webb# 11292 15255 15257 15254 15256 15258 15260

Lubricants

mfr# description webb# Ultra Slick™ Synthetic Lubricant With PTFE 81943 12 oz. Aerosol Can 72961 Fast Break® Super Penetrant 80052 16 oz. Aerosol Can 44396 Silicone Spray Lubricant 80070 16 oz. Aerosol Can 44332 Anti-Sieze Lubricant 80078 8 oz. Brush Top 44337 80208 16 oz. Brush Top 44340

• Cools threads and pipe during operation. • Speeds metal removal. Ridgid thread cutting oils are free of chlorine and other halogens, PCBs and heavy metals. Complete material safety data sheet available. Dark Oil – Traditional mineral oil with low odor and antimist formulation. Nu-Clear Oil – Clear mineral oil with low odor and antimist formulation. Special low temperature properties maintain workable viscosity to -20F. Stainless Steel Oil – High performance mineral oil formulated to produce superior quality threads on stainless steel and black pipe. Water Washable – Synthetic thread cutting fluid cleans easily off concrete, clothing, and piping with water. Biodegradable.

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mfr# 25631 25551 25431 25300

Thread Sealants

mfr# Description Webb# 70835 1 gal. Nu-Clear 178052 41575 5 gal. Nu-Clear 17035 70830 1 gal. Dark 199558 74007 1 qt. Stainless Steel 214680 74017 1 qt. Water Washable 214682 74022 1 gal. Water Washable 223739

Spray Lubricant mfr# description L3-12 11 oz. Spray WD-40 WD40 11 oz. Spray

webb# 52684 200106

Hand Cleaners PERMATEX INDUSTRIAL mfr# description webb# 12756W Wipes/Tub 94920 Waterless Soft Gel Hand Cleaner Heavy Duty 51-224 16 oz. Citrus 262024

Leak Lock mfr# description webb# 93807 1.3 oz. 222295 93804 4 oz. 222296

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mfr# description Trounce® 03-013 14 oz. Tub, Cream Fast Orange® 25-108 7.5 oz. Bottle 25-116 15 oz. Bottle 25-218 1 gal. Bottle w/Pump Blue Label™ 01-013 14 oz. Tub, Cream

webb# 57963 57965 57966 68447 249527

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Cleaners & Degreasers Degreasers Super Degreaser Heavy Duty Mechanical Degreaser

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 57-121 16 oz. 111159

Super Foam Cleaner No Rinse Degreaser Super Foam Cleaner is non-corrosive and 100% biodegradable. Its fast-acting foam will clean away all grease, grime, dirt, oxidation, and oil without the need to rinse with water. Use to deodorize and eliminate the source of unwanted odors while it cleans. Good for cooling coils, boiler jackets, garage floor, engines, motors, white walls, printing presses. • Self-rinsing, fast breaking foam. • CFC free, low V.O.C. • Will not contaminate oil. MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 56-099 16 oz. 111160

Mfr# Description Webb# WNDGAL 1 Gallon 72320

Soot Remover Stick

Zipp™

Destroys soot quickly by catalytic low temperature ignition. Fits through combustion chamber openings. Non-corrosive, non-explosive.

Is a quick drying degreaser for cleaning electrical equipment and small mechanical parts. Removes oil and grease in hard-toreach places.

Mfr# Description Webb# 35-515 Soot Remover Stick 58554

Speedy Dry Absorbant Mfr# Description Webb# 50 50 lb. Bag 67396

mfr# description Cold Galvanizing Compound 82039 16 oz. Aerosol Can

Zipp™ II Soot Spray It reaches where vacuum cleaners can’t. Cuts vacuum time by 50-100%.

PERMATEX INDUSTRIAL

Mfr# Description Webb# 35-620 16 oz. Soot Spray 73795 

webb# 52914

Colco Cements MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 325 30 lb. Bucket Refractory Cement 209729 HTDCEM6LB 6 lb. Can Hydraulic Cement 202085 MORTAR 25 lb. Bag Mortar Mix 69661 READYMIX 25 lb. Bag Ready Mix Cement 70309 STICON 50 lb. Bag Stic On 69663

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Mfr# Description Webb# 82645 12 oz. Zipp II Spray 193971

Liquid Burnisher

Is a foaming cleaner-degreaser that emulsifies and flows away grime and dirt. Use on heating and air conditioning equipment and all types of machinery that can be rinsed with water or wiped with a rag. Non-flammable.

Is an electrical contact point cleaner. Flushes off metallic oxides caused by moisture, arcing, greasy films or dirt. Mfr# Description Webb# 88412 6 oz. Liquid Burnisher 69642

Mfr# Description Webb# 88436 14 oz. Grime Solv 69640

Acid-Away® Is a unique chemical treatment for use in air conditioning and refrigeration systems that have experienced burnout, or operating systems that are showing a buildup in acid content. Mfr# Description Webb# 45004 4 oz. Acid Away 90566

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MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 56-130 16 oz. 261713

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Is an environmentally safer version of Zipp™. This quick drying degreaser removes grease, oil, wax, tar, gum, grime, dirt, carbon and greasy stains from most hard surfaces.

Grime-Solv™

Grease Gone Heavy Duty Degreaser Grease Gone is unmatched in its ability to liquefy and lift greasy grime to allow it to be wiped away easily. It cuts through greasy build-up fast and works well on hundreds of applications where heavy oils, grease and grime removal is required. For use on all industrial and farm mechanical parts, tools, machinery, engines, fuel oil related components, bicycles, refrigeration parts and much more. Safe on all hard surfaces. • Biodegradable, phosphate free. • Liquefies grease, carbon, dirt for easy clean up. • Fast and effective. • Will not give “hot” reading in waste oil.

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Mfr# Description Webb# 82642 14 oz. Zipp Spray 69641

CHEMICALS

Super Degreaser is the environmental answer to degreasing. It’s biodegradable formula air dries, is non-chlorinated and will not contaminate oil. Super Degreaser removes all oil-based grease (tar, dirt, grime, slime, carbon, engine deposits), leaves no film and is safe on all plastics and metals. No rinsing necessary. • USDA Authorized. • CFC free. • Will not contaminate oil.

Windshield Wash

Cleaners & Degreasers

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Fuel Oil & Boiler Chemicals Cryo-tek™ — 100 Anti-freeze When used undiluted, gives anti-freeze protection to –100°F (–73°C) for hydronic heating, cooling, potable water and closed loop solar systems. Non-toxic. Contains chemical ingredients to prevent corrosion. For homes, recreational vehicles, mobile homes, trailers, boats and industrial use. Excellent heat transfer agent for solar systems.

mfr# description Boiler System Cleaner 36-135 1 Quart Hydronic System Cleaner 36-335 32 oz. Steam Boiler Cleaner 36-213 8 oz.

Water Management Inc.

RhoGard™ — Aluminum Safe Multi-Metal Anti-freeze • Hydronic system freeze, corrosion and scale protection fluid. • Contains PRO-TEK™ inhibitors. • Burst protection to –100° F. • Environmentally friendly. description 5 Gallon RhoGard

webb# 361918

webb# 277253

Hydro-Solv™ 9100 — Hydronic System Cleaner for New and Used Systems • Specially formulated for Hydronic systems. • Clean, solder-flux, cutting oil, rust and dirt. • Removes scale and corrosion from fouled systems. • Removes bacteria. • Efficiently cleans aluminum, brass, copper, iron and steel. • Environmentally friendly. mfr# RHOMAR9100

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description 1 Gallon System Cleaner

11268 11270

webb#

webb# 277254

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MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 61-621 8 oz. Cherry 244244 61-630 8 oz. Mint 316296 61-625 8 oz. Orange 316295

11272

Killem is an oil soluble product, EPA approved as a biocide, for the control of bacteria and fungi growth in oils and refined fuels. Killem will control micro-organisms in fuel oil storagetanks, fuel oil and other refined or partially refined oils. Killem will reduce tank corrosion, slime mats, odors, fuel oil filter deposits and plugging, fuel-water separator deposits, excess carbon deposits and smoke.

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Mfr# Description Treats (gal) Webb# 00119 16 oz. Bottle 1,920 88153

Aquasorb™ Is the most powerful water and sludge dispersant for fuel tanks. Prevents ice blockage, sputtering flame, and sludge. Avoids corrosion-caused leaks. Mfr# Description Webb# 68404 1 Quart Aquasorb 69638

69646

Hot 4 in 1 Heating Oil Treatment Totally disperses water and controls waxing and gelling.

69645

Refractory/Retort Repair Cement

• Approved for major boiler manufacturers. • Protects aluminum, brass, copper, iron and steel. • Prevents scale. • Removes oxgen. • Keeps efficiency high. • Environmentally friendly. • Compatible with Anti-Freeze. description 1 Gallon PRO-TEK

11266

Furnace Cement

PRO-TEK™ 922 — Boiler Treatment for Aluminum and Multi-Metal Systems

mfr# RHOMAR922

Heavy duty, long lasting fuel oil deodorizer. Good for all types of deodorizing problems — just flip up cap or unscrew lid for desired effect. Great for oil spills in enclosed spaces, service trucks, homes, offices, cars, boats, R.V.’s and basements. They will eliminate the foul odor and replace it with a sweet cherry scent. • Pleasant cherry, orange or mint scent. • Long-lasting, self-dissolving gel. • Biodegradable. • Environmentally friendly.

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Boiler System Treatments

Rhomar

mfr# RHOMARAF

mfr# description Boiler Weld Liquid 41-135 1 Quart Hydronic Leak Seal 36-338 16 oz. Sealant Boiler Weld Powder 41-222 1 lb. Powder

Killem

CHEMICALS

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# GAL Gallon 48610 5GAL 5 Gallon 48611 30GAL 30 Gallon 48612 55GAL 55 Gallon 48613 Cryo-Tek™ Anti-Freeze Test Kit 67868 35-271 Cryo-Tek™ Inhibitor 35-275 6 oz. 85027

Heavy Duty Deodorant Gel Cup

Boiler & Heating System Stop Leaks

Anti-Freeze

Fuel Oil Chemicals

• Provides strong bonding for setting firebrick, sealing flue pipes, chimney collars and for sealing around chamber doors and burner cones. • Preferred cement of choice by heating professionals. • Non-asbestos, high temperature 3000°. • Will not sag, crack, crumble, shrink, or pull away. • Non-freezing to -7°F. • Environmentally safe and non-toxic. MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 40-365 1/2 Gallon 243248

Odor Out Spray and Odor Absorbent Powder Fuel Odor Neutralizer/Remover Cherry scented Odor Out comes in spray or powder form. Can be used in air conditioning filters, window units, central units and automobiles for a breath of fresh air. • Stops odor. • Absorbs oil. • Refreshes the air. • Neutralizes fuel odors resulting from spills. • Use in heating and air conditioning ducts. MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 61-520 16 oz. Spray 243249 61-620 1 lb. Powder 243250

Hot 4 in 1 is the best at: • Dispersing water. • Getting rid of sludge. • Improving atomization— reducing soot. • Preventing waxing and gelling. Mfr# Description Treats (gal) Webb# 4-1 16 oz. Bottle 275 70277

Meltdown Meltdown is specifically formulated to dissolve gelled fuel back into solution and return the flow in approximately 20 minutes. It will not harm fuel pumps, nozzles, or any precombustion components. Meltdown is an emergency fuel treatment only: Hot is recommended for preventative maintenance. Mfr# Description Treats (gal) Webb# 00330 1 Gallon Jug 200 91323

SBG SBG means “sludge be gone.” SBG is formulated to eliminate sludge and water. SBG’s specially formulated chemical base dissolves the sludge into a combustible substance in such a way as not to clog nozzles, while assuring clean filters and strainers. Helps to improve atomization and will provide more efficient combustion. Mfr# Description Treats (gal) Webb# SBG 32 oz. Bottle 1,000 179166

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8-Way™ Is a complete boiler water treatment for both steam and hot water systems. • Removes sludge & rust scale. • Unhibits boiler & steam line corrosion. • Prevents oxygen pitting. • Inhibits lime scale. • Prevents surging and foaming. Mfr# Description Webb# 68712 1 Quart 8-Way 69639

Water Finding Paste Mfr# Description Webb# 61-405 2 oz. 55862

WP-3 Advanced Heating Oil Additive Sludge Buster & De-Icer Concentrate Next generation of fuel oil additive that stabilizes fuel, dissolves sludge, lowers pour point and disperses water. Helps prevent fuel line freeze-ups. • Stabilizes fuel and dissolves sludge. • Inhibits rust and tank corrosion. • Lowers pour point for better cold weather combustion. • Melts ice and helps prevent fuel line freeze-ups. MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# C50W 8 oz. Bottle, (treats 275 gal. tank) 253448 C50-1W 1 Gallon “Tip-N-Pour” Bottle 259930

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Electrical Wire-THNN-Romex

1/2”

3

3

Wire Nuts

description webb# 18/2 UL, 500’ 18/3 UL, 500’ 18/4 UL, 250’ 18/5 UL, 250’ 18/6 UL, 250’ 18/8 UL, 250’

SECTION

2597 2598 88328 70312 149494 149495 69880

Red, 500’ White, 500’ Black, 500’ Blue, 500’ Green, 500’

69881 69882 69883 69884 71444

14/2, 250’ 12/2, 250’

70047 70048

mfr# Wire Nuts WT1-1 WT2-1 WT3-1 WT4-1 WT6-1 30-092

Boxes

description webb# Gray Blue Orange Yellow Red Green

70049 70037 69898 69899 69900 261630

Fittings mfr# Coupling TC-511

description webb# 1/2” SS

Connector EFC50 1/2” X 3/8” EMT Flex EMT to Box Connector TC-501 1/2” SS Connector AC90

3/8” 90D Flex

69901 69902 69903 70301

BX/Conduit/Fuses mfr# description webb# Wire (BX With Ground, 250’) 122MC BX 12/2 71443 142MC 14-2 Light Aluminum 72551 144 BXL 14-4 BX Wire With Ground 241235 Conduit 12EMT 1/2” EMT Pipe 69885 1/2” EMT Aluminum SS 86982 BLB1 Aluminum Greenfield FLXALM038 3/8”, 100’ 69886 Steel Greenfield FLXSTM038 3/8”, 50’ 72550 Ent Tubing A51AEB1 1/2” Blue Ent Tubing 79302 A51AGA1 3/4” Blue Ent Tubing 148584 Fuses (S Type) GSL15 15A, 125V 69887 GSL20 20A, 125V 69888 GSL30 30A, 125V 69889 Fuses (Edison Type) GTL15 15A 69890 GTL20 20A 69891 GTL30 30A 69892 Cartridge Fuses OT15 15A, 250V 69893 OT20 20A, 250V 69894 OT30 30A, 250V 69895 OT40 40A, 250V 69896

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One Hole Strap 1901 1902 Connector C500 Duplex Connector DC5500

1/2” 3/4”

Offset Nipple RN50 Corner Pull El’s TL201 Knockout Plugs K050S BL112 EMT Body BLB1 Conduit Body SCV1 Steel Strap M-50 Lock Nut EL100D

69904 136167

3/8” Romex to Box

69906

Duplex 3/8” RX/BX

70298

BX/MC to Box Connector C510 3/8” SS 1/2”

1/2” FEM/FEM

69905 75307 86984

3/4”

86985 86986

1/2 lb., Aluminum/SS

86982

1/2”

1/2 lb., Aluminum

3/8”, 1-Hole Strap 1/2” Zinc

Electrical

86983

148155 84974

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mfr# Square Boxes 521510-1234 52171-1/2-3/4E Handy Box 58361-1/2

Plates description webb# 4” Square, 11/2”D 4” Square, 4”D

69908 75306

21/8W

69909

Octagon Boxes 54151-1/2 4”, 11/2D 54151N 4”, 11/2D With Clamp Square Extension Rings 53151-1/2 Square, 1/2” KO

71439 71440 86976

Switch Box LXWV Plastic Box P118R P122R Ceiling Box

21/2D NMC With BRK

S12ORAC

4” Round

N/O 1G 18CU N/O 22.5 Cube

86978 158692 71441

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mfr# Recepticle, 1 Gang SP8W SP8 SP8I Recepticle, 2 Gang

description

webb#

White Brown Ivory

92409 92428 92429

SP82I Switch, 1 Gang

Ivory

92437

SP1 SP1I Switch, 2 Gang

Brown Ivory

92426 92427

SP2I Ivory Porcelain Recepticle

92432

288 Switch Plate

With 1 Plug

86980

TP1W

White

92408

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mfr# Thermostat Wire TW18/2-500 TW18/3-500 TW18/4-250 TW18/5-250 TW18/6-250 TW18/8-250 Flexible Tube 12LQ100 THHN 14 Solid Wire THHN14SOLRED500 THHN14SOLWHT500 THHN14SOLBLK500 THHN14SOLBLU500 THHN14SOLGRN500 Romex Wire NMB14/2WG250 NMB12/2WG250

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Devices

Plates mfr# description Red Oil Burner Switch Covers 41001 Cover Burner Switch 41006 4” Square Single Switch 41009 4” Square Two Switch 41005 1G Handybox Cover 41009 1G Switch Box Cover Plain Switch Covers 11413 4” Square With Switch & Recepticle Cover

webb# 69912 69910 69911 69916 69911 71442

11401

4” Square Single Cover

69912

11410

4 X 4 Two Switch Cover

69913

11402

Duplex Recepticle Cover

69914

52C6

4” Square Blank Cover

69915

54C1

4” Round Blank Cover

76733

10004

Handi Box Switch Cover

69918

10001 Handi Box Blank Cover 10002 Handi Box Duplex Recepticle Cover Red Gas Burner Switch Covers

69919

41025 41026 41024

4” Square Single Switch 4” Square Two Switch Handybox Cover

69924 69925 69926

41020

1G Switch Box Cover

76732

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mfr# Toggle Switch

description webb#

660G

Single Pole, Brown

69921

6601G

Single Pole, Ivory

75310

3232

Brown

69922

32321

Ivory

75311

With Pull Chain

69923

15A, Brown 15A, Ivory 15A, White

92424 92425 92407

Brown Ivory

92420 92421

Duplex Recepticle

Current Tap 1406 GFI Recepticle 1591 15911 591SW 3-Way Switch 663GB 663IG

69920

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Electrical Breakers

Miscellaneous

mfr# description webb# Square D Circuit Breakers Q0120 Single Pole, 20A 76722 Q0220 Two Pole, 20A 76723 ITE Circuit Breakers Q0115 Single Pole, 15A Q120 Single Pole, 20A Q215 Two Pole, 15A Q220 Two Pole, 20A Q230 Two Pole, 30A Homeline Circuit Breakers HOM115 Single Pole, 15A

76724 92497 92447 77329 92449 216375

Testers mfr# Multimeters

description webb#

BPY13 Voltage Detector 1010 Volt Tester 970C E217

Mini Analog

86966

AC Detector

86968

Tester With Probe, 60-500V Low Voltage Tester 5-50V

86969

White Flourescent F40CW/ES F96T12/CW/ES F96T12/CW/HOES

34W Energysaver 60 W Energysaver 95W Energysaver

70206 86981 150624 150625 150627

Staples mfr# Insulated Staples P100-5 SN40-I-100 Staples SN40-100

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CP58 Ground Rod Clamp

5/8” x 8”

142382

GA203 G5 Duct Seal 31-601

1/2” – 1” 5/8” All Copper

92462 92462

1 lb. Block

70251

BX/MC

75308

8’

53597

Extension Cords EC530825 EC530830 EC530835 EC630830 AD050802

12/3, 25’ 12/3, 50’ 12/3, 100’ 12/3, 50’ 3 Tap 3 Tap Adapter

49103 49104 49105 49107 49112

Test Cord w/Clips 7328

6’

55793

Jumpers Cables IJW18 JW18

18” Insulated 18”

Roto Splitter RS101A Quik-Lok Cord Set 48-76-40081

253289 69734

Firomatic Thermal Switches

description webb# 75W 100W

description webb#

86970

Light Bulbs mfr# Rough Service 75A/RS/IF 100A/RS/IF

mfr# Ground Rod

description webb# Small Insulated #5 1/2 X 1” Romex

69907 86979

1/2 X 1” BX/MC

70299

F.W. Webb Company

mfr# TS150B TS300B HW165

description For Round Junction Box For Square Junction Box Replacement Wheel

webb# 9814 75890 9809

Omco Thermal Cutoffs mfr# description Thermal Cutoffs 95010 165° Round 9600TC 200° Round 95010A 165° Square 9601TC 200° Square Thermal Replacement Fuses 95009A 165° 9509TC 200°

webb# 70269 70270 70271 70272 70273 70274

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Grills / Registers

Filter Series 19FG

Grills

Series 100M

• 1/2” space fins. • Face fits inside frame. • Removable face. • Positive locking latch (filter not included). mfr# 19FG-12X12W 19FG-20X20W 19FG-24X12W 19FG-24X14W 19FG-24X24W

• Multi-louver damper. • Individually adjusted face bars. • Steel. • White finish.

Outside DIMENSIONS WEBB# 1411/16” X 1411/16” 69109 2211/16” X 2211/16” 55548 2611/16” X 1411/16” 109822 2611/16” X 1611/16” 109761 2611/16” X 2611/16” 69113

Sidewall Grills

Series 19H Horizontal Steel • Grill. • 1/2” curved lanced. • Steel. • White finish. mfr# size WEBB# 19H-8X8W 19H-10X4W 19H-10X6W 19H-10X8W 19H-10X10W 19H-12X10W 19H-12X4W 19H-12X6W 19H-12X8W 19H-12X12W 19H-14X4W 19H-14X6W 19H-14X8W 19H-14X10W 19H-14X12W 19H-14X14W 19H-16X8W 19H-16X12W 19H-16X14W 19H-16X16W 19H-20X12W 19H-24X6W 19H-24X24W

8” X 8” 10” X 4” 10” X 6” 10” X 8” 10” X 10” 12” X 10” 12” X 4” 12” X 6” 12” X 8” 12” X 12” 14” X 4” 14” X 6” 14” X 8” 14” X 10” 14” X 12” 14” X 14” 16” X 8” 16” X 12” 16” X 14” 16” X 16” 20” X 12” 24” X 6” 24” X 24”

75993 69114 54265 69115 69116 69117 54263 54266 54275 54262 109101 54267 69118 69119 54272 54273 54269 83346 83327 58812 54261 54271 55555

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Size

100M-8X8W 100M-10X4W 100M-10X6W 100M-12X4W 100M-12X6W 100M-12X8W

8” X 8” 10” X 4” 10” X 6” 12” X 4” 12” X 6” 12” X 8”

webb# 110264 109372 69098 84976 69100 69101

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Series 10M • Multi-louver. • 1/4” lanced. • Steel. • White finish. • Vertical face deflectors. mfr# 10M-10X6W 10M-12X6W

Outside DIMENSIONS WEBB# 111/2” X 71/2” 12358 131/2” X 71/2” 12359

grills / registers

Sidewall Registers and Diffusers

Series 10V • Multi-louver. • 1/2” lanced. • Steel Series 10V. • White finish. Outside mfr# DIMENSIONS WEBB# 10V-8X8W 10V-10X4W 10V-10X6W 10V-10X8W 10V-12X4W 10V-12X6W 10V-12X8W 10V-14X6W 10V-14X8W

91/2” X 91/2” 111/2” X 51/2” 111/2” X 71/2” 111/2” X 91/2” 131/2” X 51/2” 131/2” X 71/2” 131/2” X 91/2” 151/2” X 71/2” 151/2” X 91/2”

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SECTION

SECTION

4

4

Grills / Registers Ceiling Diffusers

Floor Diffusers

Series 20

Series 30

Series 41

Series 60

• Floor register. • O.B. damper. • Steel. • Dura-beige finish.

• Stamped diffuser. • Steel. • White or Dura-beige finish. mfr#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

• Steel – White finish. • Accessories. • Series 62 installation frame. • Series 64 Knob Damper.

mfr#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

41-2X10

39/16” X 115/16” – Beige

12373

mfr#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

30-6X10 30-6X12 30-6X14 30-8X10 30-8X12

77/8” X 117/8” 77/8” X 137/8” 77/8” X 157/8” 97/8” X 117/8” 97/8” X 137/8”

41-2X10W

39/16” X 115/16” – White

80773

1101-8W

131/2” Square

41-2X12

39/16” X 135/16” – Beige

12374

41-2X12W

39/16” X 135/16” – White

179164

41-2X14

39/16” X 155/16” – Beige

12375

41-4X8

55/8” X 95/16” – Beige

41-4X10

55/16” X 115/16” – Beige

12376

41-4X10W

55/16” X 115/16” – White

80776

41-4X12

55/8” X 135/16” – Beige

12377

41-4X14

55/8” X 155/16” – Beige

12378

12385 12386 12387 12388 12389

Series 35

mfr#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

35-4X10 35-4X12 35-6X10 35-6X12 35-6X14 35-6X24 35-6X30 35-8X10 35-8X12 35-8X14 35-8X16 35-8X20 35-8X24 35-10X12 35-12X12 35-12X14 35-12X24 35-14X12 35-14X14

57/8” X 137/8” 57/8” X 117/8” 77/8” X 117/8” 77/8” X 137/8” 77/8” X 157/8” 77/8” X 257/8” 77/8” X 317/8” 97/8” X 117/8” 97/8” X 137/8” 97/8” X 157/8” 97/8” X 177/8” 97/8” X 217/8” 97/8” X 257/8” 117/8” X 137/8” 137/8” X 137/8” 137/8” X 157/8” 137/8” X 257/8” 157/8” X 137/8” 157/8” X 157/8”

155275 155276 12394 12395 12396 12397 12398 54278 12399 12400 163692 93611 54279 12402 108612 12403 54277 112194 112195

Floor Diffusers

Series 41F

• BBD grille. • 1/3” lanced. • Steel. • White or Dura-beige finish. 80768

Series 65 • Steel – White finish. • Accessories. • Series 67 thermoplastic installation frame. • Series 68 thermoplastic Knob Damper.

6” Diameter

12369

150-8W

8” Diameter

12370

• Face only. • Steel. • Dura-beige finish.

150-10W

10” Diameter

12371

67P-8XB

8” Round Collar

12362

mfr# 41F-2X10

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB# 39/16” X 115/16” 12379

850-4X12

4” X 12” Flr Del

54285

155-6XB

6” Damper Knob

12365

41F-2X12

39/16” X 135/16”

12380

155-8XB

8” Damper Knob

12366

41F-2X14

39/16” X 155/16”

12381

155-10XB

10” Damper Knob

12367

41F-4X10

55/16” X 115/16”

12382

41F-4X12

55/8” X 135/16”

12383

41F-4X14

55/8” X 155/16”

12384

Multi-Pattern Ceiling Diffusers

Series 65

Series 67

Series 68

Baseboard Diffusers Series 71-15

Series 5400 • White. • Aluminum.

mfr#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

71-15W 71B-15

15 X 41/2” X 23/4”, White, With Damper 15 x 41/2” X 23/4”, Beige, With Damper

AL173OBD-6

6” X 6”

215459

AL173OBD-8X8

8” X 8”

215460

AL173OBD-10X10 10” X 10”

215461

73647 12404

90790

• Deluxe diffuser. • Steel. • Dura-beige finish.

AL175OBD-6

6” X 6”

90791

AL172OBD-8

8” X 8”

90793

AL174OBD-8X8

8” X 8”

90795

mfr#

AL175OBD-8

8” X 8”

90796

AL175OBD-10

10” X 10”

90801

mfr# 71-18

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB# 18 X 5” X 23/4”, Beige, With Damper 12356

AL174OBD-10X10 10” X 10”

90800

71-18W

18 X 5” X 23/4”, White, With Damper

73648

AL163OBD-12

12” X 12”

90804

73-18

18 X 5” X 23/4”, Beige, Less Damper

12357

AL164OBD-12

12” X 12”

90805

73-18W

18 X 5” X 23/4”, White, Less Damper

73649

40-2X12 40-4X10 40-4X12 40-6X12

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54286 54287 54285 54283

webb#

MV2

2 Way Assembly (8X8)

94854

MV3

3 Way Assembly (8X8)

94856

MV4

4 Way Assembly (8X8)

94857

MV360

Diffuser Round With DMP Plastic

243143

Series 71-18

6” X 6”

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

4

The stepped collar design accommodates 6, 7, 8” or 4, 5, 6” round ducts. Unneeded sections are removed using tearaway bands, no cutting or assembly required. Cut a 9 1/4” diameter hole in the ceiling, attach the Model MV to ductwork and tighten four screws. Mounting clips rotate into position securing the unit in place. • Virtually Airtight Damper—Far superior to any on the market, our patented damper has a rubber gasket for a virtually airtight shut-off. • Damper Handle (Key)—Adjust damper with the screwdriver or included handle (key) which can be removed or left in place. • Mounting Clips—Mounting clips are sized to fit under joists with screws long enough to reach over furring or other obstructions. mfr# Description

AL174OBD-6

Series 40

55542 83035 55543

No Assembly Required

• Series 73 same less damper. • Steel. • Dura-beige or white finish.

mfr# DESCRIPTION WEBB#

OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS WEBB#

20-14X6W 151/4” X 71/4” – White 20-14X8 151/4” X 101/16” – Beige 20-24X6 251/4” X 71/4” – Beige

Diffuser Boot and Damper All In One

Outside mfr# DIMENSIONS WEBB# 150-6W

mfr#

grills / registers

• Floor grille. • Steel. • Dura-beige finish.

111077

Baseboard Grilles

• Series 73 same less damper. • Steel. • Dura-beige or white finish.

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Grills / Registers Forced Air Zone Controls Model SMD Side Mount Damper Model SMD is an opposed blade damper. Constructed of clear anodized aluminum with stainless steel direct drive linkage. Model SMD is used in rectangular or square duct. The damper can be oriented in any position although it is typically installed into the side of the duct. Model SMD is available in sizes 6 x 4 thru 30 x 20 in even inch increments. For odd sizes, filler strips can be added. When ordering, specify width by height. Ex. SMD 14 x 8. The actuator will be on the 8” side. mfr# size 8” X 8” 10” X 10” 12” X 8” 12” X 10” 12” X 12” 14” X 8” 14” X 10” 16” X 8” 16” X 10” 18” X 8” 18” X 10” 20” X 8” 20” X 10” 24” X 8” 24” X 10”

105077 107801 102809 107556 107583 105501 107317 108012 107090 97827 106870 106634 100121 105370 106202

Model BMD Bottom Mount Damper Model BMD is an opposed blade damper. Constructed of clear anodized aluminum with a stainless steel direct drive linage. Model BMD is used in rectangular or square ducts. The damper can be oriented in any position although it is typically installed into the top or bottom of the duct. Model BMD is available in sizes 4 x 6 thru 18 x 28 in even inch increments. For odd sizes, filler strips can be added. When ordering, specify height by width. Ex. BMD 8 x 14. The actuator will be on the 14” side. mfr# size 8X10BMND 8X12BMND 8X14BMND 8X16BMND 8X18BMND 8X20BMND 8X24BMND 10X14BMND 10 X16BMND 10X20BMND 10X24BMND

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8” X 10” 8” X 12” 8” X 14” 8” X 16” 8” X 18” 8” X 20” 8” X 24” 10” X 14” 10” X 16” 10” X 20” 10” X 24”

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Model RD-SR Round Damper – Spring Return Model RD-SR is a round, single blade damper for applications where fast acting, apring open or spring closed actuation is necessary. Model RD-SR can be set to either spring close or spring open by adjusting a set screw. Powers open in 15 seconds and spring closes in 5 seconds or vise versa. Available in sizes 4 thru 14 inches. When ordering, specify round diameter and spring return designation. Ex. RD-SR-8 mfr# size 6URD-ESR 8URD-ESR 10URD-ESR 12URD-ESR

6” Round 8” Round 10” Round 12” Round

Model UZC Revision C

webb# 97668 97692 104546 104572

Static Pressure Control

The Ultra-Zone model UZC is a 3 zone control panel that features auto changeover between the heating and cooling modes. The UZC will accept the first call of heating or cooling and turn the systems on and close the dampers to the zones that are not calling. If another zone calls for the opposite mode, the UZC will hold that call until the first call is satisfied or until a selected time (0 – 60 min.) has passed. Once accomplished, the UZC will go through a time delay to purge the conditioned air out of the system. mfr# Description UZC3

Universal Zone Control System

webb# 190374

Model PRD Model PRD pressure regulating damper is a single blade, steel, barometric damper with a counter balanced weighted arm. The PRD provides an economical solution for bypassing excess air when zone dampers close. Damper adjustment is done by adjusting the supplied weights and by offsetting the arm. SIZES: 12’ x 8”, 12” x 10”, 12” x 12”, 20” x 8”, 20”x 10”, 20” x 12” Other sizes available upon request. mfr# size PRD12X8 PRD220X8

12” X 8” 20” X 8”

webb# 106218 93991

Model PRD-RD Model PRD-RD pressure regulating damper is a single blade, round variation of a barometric relief damper. This is the simplest, most economical way of bypassing excess static pressure in multi-zone applications. Resistance is controlled by offering the arm and adjusting the weights. The arm can be inserted into either side of the damper for added versatility. SIZES: 8’, 10”, 12”, 14”, 16” Other sizes available upon request. mfr# size PRD-RD10 PRD-RD12

10” Round 12” Round

Zone Control Systems Model ST-2 Model ST series panels are for single stage heating and cooling with manual changeover. Zone 1 is the “master” zone which controls the heating and cooling mode and also the fan operation. The ST-2 is a 2 zone panel and the ST-3 is a 3 zone panel. Zones 2 and 3 will only operate in the same mode that the zone 1 thermostat is in. Each thermostat can turn the system “on” and “off ”, but only in the same mode. It is recommended the zones 2 and 3 have no switching subbases for the thermostats. The ST panels can be used with mechanical or digital programmable thermostats that are non-power stealing. Open-Close switches on the control panels near the damper terminal blocks allow for continuous air circulation. This switch controls the damper position when the heating and air conditioning system is at rest. The ST panels can be wired together or to the STLX panel to create larger zoning systems up to 11 zones. mfr# Description ST-2

Mini 2-Zone Control Panel

Zone Control Systems Models DMX-2, DMX-4, DMX-6, DMX-8 The DMX series of control panels were built with the installer in mind. This panel provides all the necessary features for a complete zoning system with the simplicity of a basic panel. The DMX is sold as a two, four, six or eight zone systems and is expandable. It is compatible with single stage, two stage and heat pump equipment and will control these with standard single stage thermostats. This feature is controlled by a timer built into the DMX that will bring on the second stage after 5 to 35 minutes, which is determined in the field. Another feature of the DMX is auto changeover from any zone. Any zone can call for heating or cooling at any time allowing for total comfort. The DMX has a field adjustable time of 2 or 3 and 31/2 min. For the purge time between a heating and cooling call. During this time the system will purge the air into the last calling zone with the fan running. After the purge time there will be an additional period where all dampers open and the HVAC equipment is at rest. This time period will be a total of 5 minutes including the purge. The most installer-friendly feature of the DMX panels is that it will work with virtually any 3 or 4 wire thermostat. This includes the new power stealing thermostats that have been less than 25 ma current draw. Each zone requires only 3 wires R-Y-W and an optional 4th wire G for fan control from any zone. Other installer-friendly features: • LED lights to show damper and system operation. • Automatic Reset fuse to protect panel from shorted wires. • Field selectable timer (0 to 60 min.) to control changeover to opposing call. • Built in Emergency Heat Switch. • Can use SAS for system protection mfr# Description DMX2

Zone Control System

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8X8SMND 10X10SMND 12X8SMND 12X10SMND 12X12SMND 14X8SMND 14X10SMND 16X8SMND 16X10SMND 18X8SMND 18X10SMND 20X8SMND 20X10SMND 24X8SMND 24X10SMND

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Grills / Registers

webb# 100277

webb# 99679

NCM

webb# 93993 153618

mfr# Description NCM300 3-Zone Control Panel

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Grills / Registers Parts & Accessories MAN/MA-5P

Thermostats

Two position, power open-power close actuator. Use with standard opposed blade dampers. (MAN).

EWT-DP Digital programmable thermostat for use on all zones on all series of control panels. Simple 5/2 programming. Battery powered (3 AA alkaline batteries required). mfr# Description EWT-DP-261 Digital/Programmable Thermostat

mfr# Description MAN

webb# 104693

A SPDT thermostat used for individual damper control or as zone thermostat on any ULTRA-ZONE control panel. Single stage, mercury switch. 3 wires required. Available in white.

EWT

3-Wire Mercury Thermostat

Monitors cooling coil tempeatures and protects agaianst coil freeze-up. Stops compressor below 37° and restarts above 47°. (Not adjustable) Mounts on a 3/4” suction line. mfr# Description CPLS

webb# 98411

TSB-M

Plate mounted 24V 40VA transformer for use with ULTRA-ZONE dampers and control systems. mfr# Description Plate Mounted Transformer

webb# 163845

Replacement relay for older style ULTRA-ZONE panels and the DTT series ULTRA-ZONE panels. mfr# Description RR

Plug In Replacement Relay

webb# 99402

SAS mfr# Description

6-Wire Subbase Heat/Cool Subbase

97594

Freeze Control

RR

6 wire subbase for use with EWT thermostat. Use this subbase for zone 1 system changeover on ST series ULTRA-ZONE control panels or any zone on all other control panels. Not for use for damper control without an ULTRA-ZONE control panel. Available in white.

TSB-M TSB-E351

webb#

T40-VA

T40-VA

mfr# Description

99765

Two Position Actuator

CPLS

EWT

mfr# Description

webb#

webb#

SAS

Supply Plenum Sensor

webb# 190375

98411 105530

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Primary Controls Oil Primary Controls R7184 Interrupted Electronic Oil Primary

R7184

TIMING, mfr# description Safety Switch R7184A1026 Electronic Oil Primary 15 Seconds R7184B1024 Electronic Oil Primary with 15 second valve on delay 15 Seconds R7184U1004 Electronic Oil Primary with selectable valve and blower delays 15 Seconds R7184A1012 Electronic Oil Primary with selectable valve and blower delays 30 Seconds R7184A1034 Electronic Oil Primary 30 Seconds

webb# 216080 225220 247196 241963 360153

R8184G Protectorelay® Oil Burner Control Provides automatic, nonrecycling control of an intermittent ignition oil burner system. • Controls oil burner, oil valve (if desired) and the ignition transformer in response to a call for heat. • Solid state flame sensing circuit. • LED on terminal strip indicates system lockout. • Manual trip lever opens safety switch for system maintenance. • C554A Cadmium Sulfide Flame Detector and 24 Vac thermostat required. TIMING, Saftey Switch 45 Seconds 15 Seconds 30 Seconds 45 Seconds

Includes — — — Alarm

webb# 31365 30882 54123 91415

HEATING CONTROLS

R8184G

mfr# R8184G4009 R8184G4066 R8184G4074 R8184G4082

5

R8184M Protectorelay® Oil Burner Control Operates the oil burner and oil valve (if desired) in response to a call for heat from a low voltage control circuit. • Solid state flame sensing circuit. • Enclosed safety switch must be manually reset after safety shutdown. • R8184M includes 40 VA transformer and Y and G terminals for connection of cooling equipment. • C554A Cadmium Sulfide Flame Detector and a 24 Vac thermostat required. mfr# Timing, Safety Switch R8184M1051 45 Seconds

webb# 54121

R8184M

RA117 Protectorelay® Controls One-piece, stack mounted oil burner primary controls that cycle the burner on and shut down the burner on flame loss or system malfunction. • Combine a Protectorelay® unit for cycling the burner and a Pyrostat® flame detector for sensing temperature changes of flue gases up to 1000F. • Manual reset of safety switch required after ignition failure complestely shuts off main burner.

RA117

mfr# Ignition Type RA117A1047 Interrupted

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5

Primary Controls Provide the advanced technology control your need for clean, efficient, reliable oilheat performance. Standard Features: • Interrupted ignition. • Limited reset. • Limited recycle. • Communication port. • Diagnostic LED. • Ambient range from –4-°F to +147°F. Advanced Features: • 15-second pre-purge. • Selectable post-purge. • Alarm contacts.

Models 40200-02, 42230-02 Electronic Oil Burner Primary Controls Features: • UL approved. • CSA Approved. • Interrupted duty operation. • Provides a 10 second ignition period after electronic flame detector circuit senses flame to prevent nuisance lockouts. • Provides 15 second safety switch timing (40200-02). • Provides 30 second safety switch timing (42230-02).

Model 48245 • 45 second safety switch timing with externally mounted manual reset button. • Bright red LED lamp indicates lockout condition.

Primary Controls

mfr# 7455U 7456U 7457U

Cadmium Sulfide Flame Detector Photoconductive flame sensing device for sequencing oil burner systems. • On flame failure, the light sensitive cadmium sulfide cell, in conjunction with flame sensing circuitry, causes the Protectorelay® control to shutdown the main oil burner. • Glass-to-metal hermetic seal in plug-in cell prevents deterioration by humidity, soot or oil fumes.

mfr# description Interrupted Duty Control 40200-02S 15 Seconds 42230-02 30 Seconds 48245-S 45 Seconds 50200-02S 15 Seconds With Alarm Contacts 60200002S 10 Seconds 6020002S015120 120 Seconds Post Direct Vent

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webb# 73254 82183

Cad Cell Eyes mfr# E81-5

description Type M For Honeywell, Blister Pack

webb# 69677

5

L4006 Aquastat® Controller Immersion type controllers for limiting or refulating temperatures of liquids in boilers/tanks. • Totally enclosed Micro Switch™ snap-acting switches operate on temperature rise to setpoint. • Visible control point scale and external adjustment screw permit easy setting. • Horizontal or vertical insertion of the sensing element. • Models available for strap-on mounting.

The Beckett GeniSys™ Advaned Burner Control is a 120 Vac primary safety control for residential and light commercial oil burners used in boiler, furnace, and water heater applications. The GeniSys is used with a suitable cad cell flame sensor to control the oil burner motor, igniter, and optional solenoid valve. It has 24 Vac thermostat terminals compatible with both mechanical and many power stealing thermostats. It can provide interrupted or intermittent duty ignition, and it has a 15-second lockout time. Features and Benefits: • Thermostat and boiler control compatible. • Programmable valve-on delay and motor-off delay. • Three status lights for system monitoring and diagnostics. • Two communication ports for adding alarm contacts, programming display, and/or future wireless communications. • Welded relay protection with redundant motor relays. • Limited reset and limited. • Sleek, modern design. • Cad cell resistance indicator. • Technician Pump Prime mode. • 5 Year Warranty. Lockout VALVE-ON MOTOR-OFF mfr# TIME DELAY TIME2 DELAY TIME2 webb# 7505A 0000 15 Seconds — — 379489 7505P 1515 15 Seconds 15 Seconds 15 Seconds 379490 mfr# 52040U

description Alarm Module

Differential

Insulation Depth

Webb#

L4006A1009

5°F Fixed

11/2”

31352

L4006A1678

5°F to 30°F Adj. 3°C to 17°C Adj.

Mfr#

L4006

L4006A1959

Application

High Or Low Limit

Switching Action

SPST, Contacts Break On Temperature Rise

L4006A1967

L4006B1007

Circulator

L4006E1067

High Limit: Manual Reset

L4006H1004

High Limit: Strap-On Mounting On Well Mount

L6006A1145 L6006A1244 L6006C1018

Circulator Control and High Limit or Low Limit

SPST, Contacts Make On Temperature Rise

3”

2°F Fixed, 1°C Fixed 5°F to 30°F Adj. 3°C to 17°C Adj.

L4006A2007

30223

5°F Fixed 3°C Fixed

102322

11/2”

69620

3”

72981

11/2”

31353

3”

35044 110566

SPST, Contacts Break On Temperature Rise

Manual Reset

11/2”

SPDT

5 F to 30 F adj.

1½” - 3”

HEATING CONTROLS

• Interrupted duty, recycle type operation. • Latch-up feature after 3 consecutive lockouts. • Amber LED + Red LED indicates latch-up. • Self diagnostic test on each call for heat. • 1 second preignition. • Prepurge. • Postpurge. • 15 second trial for ignition. • Red LED solid on lockout indicator. • Alarm contacts close during lockout and latch-up.

description Cad Cell Eye With 30” Leads Cad Cell Eye With 60” Leads, 2 pc.

Single Function Aquastats

GeniSys™ Advanced Burner Control 7505

Model 60200-02

mfr# E80-1W E80-2W

Aquastats

description webb# R7184A1075 15 Seconds Safety 214258 R7184B1032 15 Seconds With Pre Purge 214259 R7184P1064 Pre Purge—Adj Post Purge 214260

Model 50200-02 • Interrupted duty, recycle type operation. • Latch-up feature after 3 consecutive lockouts. • Amber LED + Red LED indicates latch-up. • Self diagnostic test on each call for heat. • 1 second preignition. • 15 second trial for ignition. • Red LED solid on lockout indicator. • Red LED blinking recycle indicator. • Alarm contacts close during lockout and latch-up.

Cad Cell Kits

31356 72982 30224

webb# 379491

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Aquastats

Aquastats

Single Function Aquastats

Direct or Indirect Fired Storage Water Heater Temperature Controls

L4008; L6006 Remote Bulb Controller For limiting or regulating temperature of liquids in boilers or tanks. Can also sense duct or outside air temperature. • Remote temperature sensing element detects and responds rapidly to temperature changes. • Totally enclosed Micro Switch™ snap-acting switch. • Visible control point scale and external adjustment screw permit easy setting. • Horizontal or vertical mounting of the remote element into boiler, tank, or other container. Case mounts to a vertical surface.

EZ-Temp 90200 Microprocessor Temperature Controls • Microprocessor-operated. (Processor coordinates limit and diagnostic functions). • Easy remote sense. (Electronic sensors, wired to control). • Select from break-on-rise, make-on-rise or SPDT operation.

Mfr#

Application

Switching Action

Differential

Webb#

L4008A1015

High Or Low Limit

SPST, Contacts Brake On Temperature Rise

5°F To 30°F Adj.

105321

90200A Single Limit Temperature Control for Water Heaters

L4008E1156

High Limit: Manual Reset

SPST, Contacts Break On Temperature Rise

Manual Reset

30869

Single limit temperature control for direct fired storage water heater (and similar applications). One break-on-rise contact, single sensor.

SPDT

5°F To 30°F Adj.

101714

Install Pak—Includes temperature control, J-Box, immersion well (5.5” length),

Circulator Control And Low Limit

L4008

L6006A1192 L6006C1018

sensor and mounting hardware. UL Listed.

30224

Service Pak—Includes temperature control only. Replacement for Carlin Model 90200AL3S. UL Recognized.

L4103 Combination Aquastat and High Limit Controller ®

mfr# L4103A1019 L4103A1000

Temperature ratings 100°F To 240°F Stop Set At 150°F 100°F To 240°F Stop Set At 150°F

Insulation Depth 4” 21/4”

webb# 54128 30871

Direct Fired Storage Water Heater Temperature Controls • Serviceman reset protection. (Latch-up after three consecutive lockouts1) • Power-independent lockout. (Power cycling won’t reset from lockout or latch-up) • Diagnostic LED’s. (Power On, Call for Heat, and Lockout/ Latch-up) • SMC Technology2.

Dual limit (operating limit and manual reset high limit) microprocessor temperature control for direct-fired storage water heaters (and other similar applications). Two break-on-rise contacts in series (one for operating limit and one for high limit), single sensor.

Install Pak—Includes temperature control, J-Box, immersion well (5.5” length), single sensor and mounting hardware. UL Listed.

Service Pak—Includes temperature control only. Replacement for Carlin Model 900000BL1S. UL Recognized. Mfr#

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DESCRIPTION

OPER. TEMP. LIMIT (F)

HIGH LIMIT (F)

Webb#

90000BL1S

Dual Limit Control Install Pak

90°–160° / 8° Diff.

180° / 10° Diff.

379492

90000B1S

Dual Limit Control Only

90°–160° / 8° Diff.

180° / 10° Diff.

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OPER. TEMP. LIMIT (F)

Webb#

90200AL3S

Single Limit Control Install Pak

120°–160° / 6° Diff.

379496

90200A3S

Single Limit Control Only

120°–160° / 6° Diff.

379497

5

Hot Water Boiler Temperature Controls Universal Dual Limit Temperature Control for Hot Water Boilers with Manual Reset

Install Pak—Includes temperature control, J-Box, immersion well (1.55” length),

Universal Dual Limit Temperature Control for Oil-Fired Water Heaters with Manual Reset

90000

Mfr#

Dual limit (operating limit and manual reset high limit) temperature control for hot water boilers (and other similar applications). Two break-on-rise contacts in series (one for operating limit and one for high limit), single sensor.

EZ-Temp 90000B Microprocessor Temperature Controls • Multiple sensor option (1 or 2). (Using individual and/or dual sensor assemblies) • Easy remote sense. (Electronic sensors, wired to control) • Smart manual reset. (Manual reset only if operating limit doesn’t open)

90200

HEATING CONTROLS

Immersion-type controller for oil-fired water heaters. Can also sense water temperature and cycles the burner through the oil primary. • L4103A has a sensing element and a high limit sensor with automatic reset. • Mounts on a horizontal immersion well in water heater wall. • Adjustable temperature setting scale. L4103

• Self-Checking program. (Control lockouts on diagnostic failure). • Diagnostic/status LED’s. (Power On and Call for Heat).

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single sensor and mounting hardware. UL Listed.

Service Pak—Includes temperature control only. Replacement for Carlin Model 900000BL8S. UL Recognized. 90200D Single Limit Temperature Control for Hot Water Boilers Single limit temperature control for hot water boilers and or circulator control (and similar applications). One break-on-rise and one make-on-rise (SPDT) contact, single sensor.

Install Pak—Includes temperature control, J-Box, immersion well, sensor and mounting hardware.

Service Pak—Includes temperature control only. Replacement for Carlin Model 90200DL1S. Mfr#

DESCRIPTION

OPER. TEMP. LIMIT (F)

HIGH LIMIT (F)

Webb#

90000BL8S

Dual Limit Control HWB Install Pak

100°–200° / 15° Diff.

240° / 5° Diff.

379494

90000B8S

Dual Limit Control HWB Only

100°–200° / 15° Diff.

240° / 5° Diff.

379495

90200DL1S

Single Limit Control (SPDT) HWB Install Pak

50°–240° / 10° Diff.

379498

90200D1S

Single Limit Control Only (SPDT) HWB

50°–240° / 10° Diff.

379499

1) Latch-up mode shuts down the control after three consecutive lockouts, and requires a special procedure to reset. This ensures the owner will call in a licensed technician to troubleshoot and correct burner problems. 2) The 90000 provides two limit relays. Carlin’s patented SMC Technology (Safety Monitoring Circuit) monitors the contacts of both relays. Lockout occurs if a limit relay contact is found closed when it should be open.

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Aquastats

SECTION

SECTION

5

5

Aquastats

Multi-Function Aquastats L4081 Multiple

Aquastat®

Multi-Function Aquastats

Controllers

L8148 Aqaustat® Relay

High limit, low limit and/or circulator controllers used to regulate boiler water temperature in gas- or oil-fired hydronic heating systems. • Immersion type, liquid-filled sensing element actuates two snap switches. • Controller may be mounted in any position and does not require leveling.

L4081

Immersion-type controllers that combine high limit protection with switching relay control of burner and circulator motors. • Include transformer and accessory terminals for adding a remote low limit controller.

MFR#

APPLICATION

SWITCHING ACTION

DIFFERENTIAL

WEBB#

L4081A1023

High Or Low Limit

SPST, High & Low Limit

High Limit: 10°F Fixed Low Limit: 10°F - 25°F Adj.

31355

L6081A1010

High Or Low Limit, High Limit and Cirulcator

SPST, Contacts Break On Temperature Rise

10°F Fixed

31358

L7224U Universal Oil Electronic Aquastat® Controller

mfr# L7224U1002

description Universal Oil Electornic Aquastat Controller

webb# 213990

L8124 Triple Aquastat® Relay Immersion-type controllers that combine high limit protection with low limit and circulator control in forced hydronic heating systems. Including domestic hot water service. • Immersion-type controllers that combine high limit protection with low limit and circulator control in forced hydronic heating systems. • Mount directly to boiler. MFR#

L8124

VOLTAGE

INSULATION DEPTH

mfr# DESCRIPTION 3150 HydroStat™ Control

5

webb# 379324

EW201 EW202 EW221

3/4” STD Electro-Well™ 1/2” STD Electro-Well™

379325 379326 379327

48-101 48-102

Remote Mnt Kit 24” Remote Mnt Kit 24”

379328 379329

3/4” Long Electro-Well™

Combination Controls Aquastat, Multi-Function — Aquastat and Oil Primary

WEBB#

L8124B1039

30873

R8182 Combination Protectorelay® and Hydronic Heating

L8124C1003

67707

Immersion type Aquastat controller and oil burner primary control provides high limit and low limit/circulator control for oil-fired hydronic heating systems. • Use in intermittent Ignition applications. • Capable of zone control with zone valves. • Flame failure during the running cycle results in a 45 second attempt to restart. If unsuccessful, safety shutoff occurs, requiring manual reset before burner can be restarted. • C554A Cadmium Sulfide Flame Detector and a 24 Vac thermostat required.

L8124A1015

L8124L1011

120 Vac

11/2”

101738 11771 11771

24 Vac/120 Vac

3”

31359

L8151 Triple Function Aquastat® Relay Combines high limit protection with low limit and circulator control for use in hydronic heating systems that include domestic hot water service. • Provides multizone control by using a separate thermostat and R845 Relay for each zone. • Includes internal transformer to power a 24 Vac thermostat (heat anticipator set at 0.2A). • Shielded capillary allows convenient mounting.

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• Replaces Cold Start and Triple-Action Aquastats® • Install it on existing immersion well for full temperature functionality, or • Install it on an Electro-Well™ to add low water cut-off protection. • Simple dial-type temperature and differential settings. • Easy to wire - uses the same terminal designations as common Aquastat models. • Dynamic Temperature Display. • Four on-board diagnostic indicating lights. • Saves time, materials and wiring.

30872

L8124G1020

30

HYDROLEVEL HydroStat™ Model 3150 COMPANY Universal Temperature Limit and Low Water Cut-Off for Oil Fired Boilers

L8124A1007

L8124E1016

L8151

webb# 30874 76220 31360

HEATING CONTROLS

L7224

The L7224U Controller provides electronic temperature sensing in a UL limit-rated control with a single sensing probe. The L7224U controls circulator, oil burner and boiler temperature. The L7224U replaces the L8124A, L8124C and L8148A Controllers. • Universal control for oil-fired boilers. • Communications port for future field added advanced feature modules. • Mounts either horizontally or vertically, directly on the boiler. • Adjustable low limit differential. • Replaceable fuse emitting diodes (LED). • Mounts on standard 1/2” (13 mm) or 3/4” wells. • Replaceable relays. • Provides multizones control with • Separately replaceable sensor, used in separate circulators and R845 Relays or conjunction with the L7142U, produces a R888 Zone Relay Panel. limit rated system. • Low limit disable.

L8148

mfr# Differential Operating Range, High Limit L8148A1017 8ºF Fixed 120ºF To 240ºF L8148E1265 15ºF Fixed 180ºF To 240ºF L8148J1009 8ºF Fixed 140ºF To 240ºF

mfr# L8151A1052

Voltage 120 Vac

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MFR# R8182D1079

Mounting

Operating Range, High Limit

High Limit; 10°F Fixed; Low Limit/Circulator; 10°F To 25°F Adj.

130°F to 240°F Auxiliary ZC and ZR terminals may be used to provide circulator zone control through an R845A Switching Relay

Vertical

R8182D1111

Horizontal

R8182H1070

On Junction Box

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SECTION

SECTION

5

5

Combination Controls

Fan & Limits

Aquastat Wells

Snap Disk Controls Snap Disk Fan Controls

Sturdy brass and copper construction for long service life. mfr# Description PMW2S 1/2” Well Assembly PMW3S 3/4” Well Assembly

webb# 55512 55513

mfr# Description PMW3SE 3/4” Long Well Assembly 1213712 1/2” Long Well Assembly

Types for regulation of fan or blower or for high limit safety control.

webb# 31377 86211

MFR# 3F02-125

Pressuretrols 3F02-125

Mercury-Free Pressuretrol® Controller

L404F

• 1/4” IPS. • 600 PSI-750°F.

mfr# Description 2740101 1/4” Straight Brass Pigtail 2740201 1/4” Angle Brass Pigtail 1459 1/4” Straight Pigtail 1460 1/4” Angle Pigtail

3L05-1

webb# 54177 54178 75631 75632

Fan or Limit Controls Provides high limit protection for warm air furnaces or controls blower operation. Features: • Interchangeable with competitive makes. • Limit control has “universal” contacts capable of handling millivolts to 240 Vac. • Limit control equipped with adjustable stop to limit setting. Shipped to 200°F. • U.L. recognized and C.S.A certified.

Fan & Limit Controls

Fan Types Without Enclosure

L4064B Fan & Limit Controllers 5C02-1

For control of high limit and fan motor in all types of forced air heating systems. Element Insertion Length

L4064B2210 L4064B

Fan On

Fan Off

65°F To 215°F

50°F To 200°F

Mounting

11/2”

L4064B2228

5”

L4064B2236

8”

Surface

WEBB#

Limit Types Without Enclosure

54125

Range Differential Element SWITCH MFR# (Degrees) (Degrees) Length Action 5C02-1 150°F To 250°F Fixed 25°F 3” Open On Rise 5C02-51 150°F To 250°F Fixed 25°F 7” Open On Rise

54126

Integrates control of combustion blower and circulating fan operations in a gas warm air appliance. Integrates control of burner and circulating fan operations in an oil furnace.

ST9103A1002

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HEAT FAN OFF DELAY

COOL Fan ON DELAY

COOL FAN OFF DELAY

AMBIENT TEMPERATURE RANGE (F)

WEBB#

Field adj. 30 or 60 sec.

Field adj. 60, 100, 140 or 180 sec.

Field adj. 4 or 30 sec.

Fixed 30 sec.

–40° F to +160° F

362719

Fixed 0 sec.

Fixed 0 sec.

–40° F to +150° F

110788

Adj. 60, 90, 120, 150 Adj. 60, 90, 120, 150 (set at 150 sec.) 50/60 Hz (set at 150 sec.)

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Ideal for replacement of similar type controls. Features: • Particularly well suited for use where space limitations are a problem. • Small bimetal sensing element is completely in air stream to give quick response. • Fan control has adjustable range with direct reading temperature dial. • Limit has adjustable cut-out setting.

ST9103 Electronic Fan Timers HEAT FAN ON DELAY

5

Flush Mount Fan or Limit Controls

ST9101; ST9141 Electronic Fan Timers

ST9120U1003

Range Cut-Out Differential Element SWITCH MFR# (Degrees) (Degrees) Length Action 5C22-2 70°F To 125°F Adj. 25°F To 50°F 3” Close On Rise 5C22-52 70°F To 125°F Adj. 25°F To 50°F 7” Close On Rise

69621

Electronic Fan Timers

MFR#

Temperature Range Differential Switch MFR# (Degrees) (Degrees) Action Function webb# 3F05-4 140°F To 180°F 20°F SPST Fan Control (Close On Rise) 188188 3L05-1 135°F To 175°F 40°F SPST Limit Controls (Open On Rise) 119139 3L05-6 210°F To 250°F 40°F SPST Limit Controls (Open On Rise) 188189

Warm Air Controls

Fan & Limits / Electronic Fan Timers

MFR#

Adjustable Snap Disc Fan and Limit Controls

HEATING CONTROLS

Pigtail Siphons

webb# 187892

This adjustable snap disc thermostat allows you to set the temperature set point to match your specific needs which simplifies inventory. Features: • 1/4” quick disconnect terminals are standard. • Replaces the majority of fixed disc thermostats now on heating equipment and various appliances.

Residential Pressure Control Provide control for steam pressure. Adjustable Operating • Sensitive pressure-actuated diaphragm mfr# pressure range webb# expands or contracts with pressure L404F1060 2 psi - 15 psi 31361 variations, moving a lever machanism L404F1367 1 psi - 8.0 psi 31362 that operates the snap-switch. • Use L404F as high limit safety controller for steam boilers. • Contain SPST snap-acting switch. • Adjust setpoint without removing the cover. • Set differential using a dial located inside the case.

Fixed Temperature settings Switch Heater Cut-In Cut-Out Action Voltage 125°F Adjustable Close On Rise 24 Vac

757-1

Range Differential SWITCH MFR# Description (Degrees) (Fixed Degrees) Action 757-1 Fan 70°F To 160°F 25°F Close On Rise 758-1 Limit 110°F To 200°F 25°F Open On Rise

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SECTION

SECTION

5

5

Switching Relays

Fan Centers & Contactors

Hydronic Switch Relay

General Purpose Relays

RA89, RA832, R845 Hydronic Switching Relay

Provide general purpose switching for air conditioning equipment. • Molded terminal numbers and circuit diagram on top of relay provide easy identification for wiring and checking system operation. • Base designed for easy replacement of competitive relays. • Plug compatible with Steveco 90-340 and Mars 90340.

• Provide intermediate switching of a line coltage device from a low voltage controller. • Integral transformer provides low voltage power for control circuit. ELECTRICAL RATINGS, mfr# APPLICATION PRIMARY VOLTAGE RA89A1074 For switching one line voltage load 120V RA832A1066 For switching two line voltage loads having a common power source 120V R845A1030 One pole line voltage, the other line or low voltage 120V

RA89

webb# 30226 30227 30225 R8222

Circulator Switching Relays SR501

Taco Switching Relays combine clearly labeled PC board layouts with advanced features that allow for total system customization. External indicator lights provide instant diagnostic feedback, making a snap of service calls or new installation start-ups. All switching relays are UL and CSA listed, use standard “ice cube” replaceable relays, and are compatible with conventional and programmable thermostats. EXP Switching Relays can be expanded up to 20 zones with priority. Taco Switching Relays are available in one, two, three, four, and six zones. Switching Relays

SR504-EXP

Plug-In PowerPort Cards

PC600

mfr# Description webb# PC600 Post Purge Timer Plug-In Card For EXP Relay 190583 PC605 Priority Protection Plug-In Card For EXP Relay 190584 PC610 Universal Timer/Pump Exercise Plug-In Card 190585

R8225 Fan Relay Provide general purpose switching for air conditioning equipment. • Molded terminal numbers and circuit diagram on top of relay provide easy identification for wiring and checking system operation. • Base designed for easy replacement of competitive relays. • Plug compatible with Steveco 90-340 and Mars 90340.

Switching Relays with PowerPort Options mfr# Description webb# SR501-EXP 1 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority & 3 Powerports 368218 SR503-EXP 3 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority & 3 Powerports 179537 SR504-EXP 4 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority & 3 Powerports 179738 SR506-EXP 6 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority & 3 Powerports 179739

COIL RATINGS VOLTAGE WEBB# 24 Vac 54120 24 Vac 69623 120 Volt 66708 208/240 Volt 103218

R8225

MFR# SWITCHING R8225A1017 SPDT

5

COIL RATINGS VOLTAGE WEBB# 24 Vac 35050

HEATING CONTROLS

mfr# Description webb# SR501 1 Zone Circulator Relay 179522 SR502 2 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority 179523 SR503 3 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority 179524 SR504 4 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority 179536 SR506 6 Zone Circulator Relay With Priority 179525

MFR# SWITCHING R8222B1067 SPDT R8222D1014 DPDT R4222D1013 DPDT R4222D1021 DPDT

Fan Center R8239 Control Center

Add-On Power Controls

Include NEMA standard transformer for excellent voltage control. Provide low voltage control of line voltage fan motors and auxiliary circuits in heating, cooling or heatingcooling circuits. • Convenient connections for thermostat, and heating-cooling equipment wiring. • Mount on standard 4 x 4 junction box.

mfr# Description webb# PC700 Boiler Reset Control for EXP Relay 191074 PC702 Two Stage Boiler Reset Control For EXP Relay 255596 PC705 Variable Speed Pump Injection Control 192529

Application

Power Supply

R8239A1052

For single- or two-speed fan

40 VA

120 Vac

R8239B1076

For system with F50 Electronic Air Cleaner humidifier and blower motor

50 VA

120 Vac 208 Vac 240 Vac

Mfr#

R8239

Primary Secondary

SWITCHING ACTION Webb#

26.5 V

SPDT

72904

DPDT

98528

Electronic Controls Replacement Parts PC700

mfr# Description SR120-001RP 120 Volt Relay Replacement Cube SR024-001RP 24 Volt Relay Replacement Cube

R8285 Control Center

webb# 189579 189580

Provides low voltage control of line voltage fan motors and auxiliary circuits in heating, cooling, or air conditioning systems. • Low voltage terminal board provides convenient connections for thermostat and heating/cooling equipment wiring. • Mounts on standard 4” x 4” junction box.

Air Handler Controls mfr# Description HAFC201 Fan Control With Time Delay HAFC101-1 Fan Control

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webb# 245500 189578

R8285

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Application

R8285A1048 For single- or two-speed fan

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120 Vac

26.5 V

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SECTION

5

5

Low Voltage Transformers

Heat Manager

24 Volt General Purpose Transformers

Heat Manager

AT140A, AT150A, AT175A General Purpose

7512

Provide power to 24 Vac circuits in heating/cooling control systems. Intended for use in systems with predictable, uniform loads. Can be used in any application that does not exceed the listed ratings.

Mfr#

AT140

Electrical RaTings Primary Voltage

AT140A1000

120V

AT140A1018

120V 208V 240V

AT150A1007 AT175A1008

Electrical Connections Primary

Secondary

Mounting

(2) Screw Terminals

Foot-mounted, plate-mounted on 2 X 4” or 4 X 4” outlet box, clamp-mounted using outlet box knockout, or panel-mounted.

9” Lead Wires, 40 VA 9” Lead Wires, 50 VA 9” Lead Wires, 75 VA

Webb# 35059 98623 96118 94775

AT150F, AT175F Circuit Breaker Transformer Electrical Ratings Mfr#

Output

AT150F1022 24 V At 50 VA AT175F1023 24 V At 75 VA AT150F1030

24V At 75 VA

7512

Electrical Connections

mfr# 7512

Webb#

120V 208V 240V

9” Lead Wires

9” Lead Wires

191283

9” Lead Wires with all lead wires through conduit screw

9” Lead Wires with all lead wires through conduit screw

191284

Gas Boiler Heat Manager

9” Lead Wires

9” Lead Wires

244103

Designed specifically for gas boilers. Its action is similar to outdoor reset method, but does not require an outdoor sensor. Heat manager works with the existing boiler control/Aquastat™ to reduce fuel consumption, wear on parts, and flue emissions.

208V 277V 480V

9” Lead Wires with all lead 9” Lead Wires with all lead wires through conduit screw wires through conduit screw

Electrical Electrical Connections RaTings Primary Voltage Primary Secondary

120V

210651

Mounting

Webb#

9” Lead Wires

(2) Screw Terminals

4 X 4” plate-mounted protruding into junction box

98600

9” Primary Lead Wires Through Plate

9” Secondary Lead Wires through plate

4 X 4” plate-mounted without protruding into junction box

100749

(2) Screw Terminals

Foot mounted; Plate mounted on 4” X 4”, 4” octagon, or 2” X 4” electrical boxes (transformer all above plate or 3/4 above plate); or clamp mounted via a juntion box knockout

AT72D1683

AT72

AT72D1691

208V 240V With 40VA Output Rating

webb# 268686

Secondary

• • • • • •

24V control circuit step-down transformer designed to power any 24V control system, including thermostats, gas valves and relays.

AT72D1188

description Beckett Heat Manager

Primary

AT72 NEMA Standard Transformer

AT72D1006

Improves overall heating system efficiency. Guaranteed to reduce heating fuel consumption 10–20%. Reduces boiler on/off cycles by up to 30%. Reduces wear and tear on boiler and components. Works with any fuel. 15–30 minute installation.

Primary Voltage

24 Volt NEMA Rated Transformers

Mfr#

• • • • • •

9” Lead Wires

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AT175F1031

AT150

24V At 50 VA

HeatManager is a microprocessor controlled fuel economizer for residential boiler heating systems. HeatManager automatically adjusts burner firing patterns and average boiler water temperature to match system heat load. Its action is similar to outdoor reset method, but does not require an outdoor sensor. Heat manager works with the existing boiler control/ Aquastat™ to reduce fuel consumption, wear on parts, and flue emissions.

Improves overall heating system efficiency. Guaranteed to reduce gas consumption for heating 10–20%. Reduces boiler on/off cycles by up to 30%. Optimized for cold-start gas boilers. Reduces wear and tear on boiler and components. 15–30 minute installation.

mfr# 7550U

description PurePro Gas Heat Manager

webb# 356228

mfr# 7518

description Temperature Sensor For 7512, 7550U

webb# 268687

7550U 30222 107255

AT87 NEMA Standard Transformer Used primarily for powering 24V air conditioning circuits. Can also be used in other applications that do not exceed the listed ratings. • Meets “NEC Class 2 not wet. Class 3 wet” and UL 1585 requirements. • Meets NEMA Standard DC20-1992.

Mfr#

AT87

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Electrical Electrical Connections RaTings Electrical Primary Ratings Voltage Primary Secondary output

AT87A1106

120V, 208V 240V

AT87A1155

480V

AT87A1189

277V

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13” Leads

(2) Screw Terminals

24 V At 50 VA

Foot-Mounted or 4” X 4” plate

12” Lead Wires

12” Leads

24 V At 48 VA

Foot-Mounted

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Boiler Reset

SECTION

5

5

Boiler Reset

One Stage Setpoint Control

Boiler/DHW Controls (cont.)

150

264 Four Stage Boiler Control

The One Stage Setpoint Control 150 is a microprocessor-based control with a digital display and a remote sensor. The 150 has an extremely wide setpoint range and is accurate to within +-0.5째F. Pulse width modulation control logic is provided for slow responding systems. Either heating or cooling systems can be controlled through the SPDT output relay.

The Four Stage Boiler Control 264 is a microprocessor-based four stage boiler control. The 264 stages and has Equal Run Time Rotation of the boilers and also operates the system pump. Single burner or Lo-Hi fire boilers can be rotated. A single high efficiency front end boiler can also be used with the fixed lead option. A Tekmar Indoor Sensor or Zone Control can be connected to the 264 in order to provide Indoor Temperature Feedback from single or multiple zones.

mfr# 150 150

SECTION

description 1 Stage Setpoint Control

webb# 214639

264

Boiler/DHW Controls

mfr# 264

description 4 Stage Boiler Reset Control

webb# 214642

256 One Stage Boiler 268 Eight Stage Boiler Control

The Boiler Control 256 is a microprocessor-based control designed to regulate the supply water temperature from a single boiler based on the outdoor temperature. To avoid boiler short cycling and large temperature swings, the 256 is able to continuously adjust the boiler differential. The 256 includes control functions such as Warm Weather Shut Down (WWSD) and Minimum Boiler setting. The control has a liquid crystal display (LCD) that normally displays the Boiler Supply temperature, but can display other temperatures and settings. 256

mfr# 256

description 1 Stage Boiler Reset Control

The Eight Stage Boiler Control 268 is a microprocessor-based eight stage outdoor reset control with a built-in night setback timer and digital display. The 268 can stage and rotate single burner boilers or Lo/Hi fire boilers. A combustion air damper relay is also provided. Base loading of multiple boilers onto an existing inefficient boiler can be accomplished through a Fixed Last option. A single high efficiency front end boiler can also be used with a Fixed Lead option.

webb# 214641 268

mfr# 268

description 8 Stage Boiler Reset Control

webb# 214643

360 Mixing Control Floating Action

The Boiler Control 260 is a microprocessor-based control designed to regulate the supply water temperature from a single boiler based on either outdoor air temperature or a DHW demand. The 260 can control either DHW pump or valve and provide DHW Priority. A Tekmar indoor sensor can be connected to the 260 in order to provide indoor temperature feedback from the heating system. 260

mfr# 260

description 1 Stage Boiler/DHW Reset Control

The Mixing Control 360 is a microprocessor-based outdoor reset control designed to operate a 24 floating action 2, 3, or 4-way valve. The 360 also provides for boiler minimum protection, system pump operation, an operation. As well, a tekmar indoor sensor can be connected to the control to provide indoor temperature feedback.

webb# 210840

mfr# 360

description Floating Action Mixing Control

webb# 283490

HEATING CONTROLS

260 One Stage Boiler & DHW

5

261 Two Stage Boiler & Setpoint The Boiler Control 261 is a microprocessor-based two stage boiler designed to regulate the supply water temperature from a single two stage boiler or two single stage boilers based on either outdoor air temperature of a setpoint demand. The 261 can stage and rotate two single fire boilers or is can stage a single Lo/Hi fire boiler. The 261 also operates the system pump. 261

mfr# 261

description Dual Boiler Control

Stand Alone Heating Controls 363 Universal Reset Control Mixing, Boiler & DHW

webb# 255401

262 Two Stage Boiler & DHW/Two Stage DHW The Boiler Control 262 is a microprocessor-based boiler outdoor reset control that has two modes of operation. Mode 1 operates as two stage boiler and DHW, and mode 2 operates as two boilers or Lo/Hi fire boiler for DHW applications. A Tekmar Indoor Sensor, Digital RTU, or Zone Control can be connected to provide indoor temperature feedback from single or multiple zones. An optional Remote Display Module 040 and DHW indirect sensor can also be added. 262

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mfr# 262

description 2 Stage Boiler/DHW Reset Control

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363

The Universal Reset Control 363 is a microprocessor-based control capable is providing both a reset boiler supply temperature and a reset mixed supply temperature based on outdoor air temperature. For a mixing device, the 363 can use either a variable speed injection pump or a floating action mixing valve. The 363 is also capable of controlling an indirect Domestic Hot Water (DHW) storage tank and/or a setpoint load. Individual zone temperature control can be achieved by using either a conventional thermostat system, or by connecting a Tekmar Zone Control(s) to the 363. mfr# 363

description Universal Boiler Reset Control

webb# 245725

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5

Boiler Reset Miscellaneous 132 Pump Sequencer Stand-by / 2-Stage

The Pump Sequencer 132 is a micro processor-based control intended for either stand-by or two stage pump operation. The 132 includes features such as equal run time rotation, exercising, and warm weather shut down (WWSD). As well, the 132 offers two separate alarm contacts to indicate pump failures. mfr# 132

description Pump Sequencer

webb# 245724

132

Sensors 080 Universal Sensor Enclosure

The Universal Sensor Enclosure 080 is designed for mounting a universal sensor either into a standard 3/8” I.D. well, or strapped onto the surface of a 1” to 4” diameter pipe. The end of the enclosure has a knock out to connect 1/2” conduit. 080 Universal Sensor Enclosure 071 Universal Sensor mfr# description 080 Universal Sensor Enclosure 070

webb# 214649

070 Outdoor Sensor mfr# description 070 Outdoor Sensor -60 to 140°F

mfr# description webb# 071 Universal Sensor -60 to 255°F 214647

076 Indoor Sensor webb# 214646

mfr# description 076 Indoor Sensor -60 to 140°F

Room Temperature Units

071

054 Room Temperature Unit mfr# description 054 Room Temperature Unit

webb# 214648

webb# 214645

076

054

Thermostat Programmable Thermostat 510 — One Stage Heat

The 510 is a microprocessor-based thermostat intended for one stage heating applications. The 510 allows for up to two auxiliary sensors. The auxiliary sensors can be used to measure air temperature to get an average temperature for large areas. The auxiliary sensors can be used to measure slab temperature in order to limit the minimum and/or maximum allowed slab temperature. Or the auxiliary sensors can be used to display the outdoor temperature and/or a remote temperature. Indoor use only, 32 to 122° F mfr# 510

description 1 Stage Programmable Thermostat

webb# 264609

tekmarNet® 4 Thermostat 541 — One Stage Heat

The tekmarNet® 4 thermostat 541 operates one stage of heating equipment. The 541 can operate as alone device, or communicate with a group of tekmarNet® 4 thermostats. Indoor use only, 32 to 122° F mfr# 541

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Expansion Tanks & Accessories Fill-Trol • Provides accurate system make up. • Eliminates need for a separate automatic fill valve. • Fully adjustable up to a maximum working pressure of 100 psig. • Factory pre-charged to 12 psig.

Boiler Trim Packages Each PurePro® Boiler Trim Kit gives you everything you need for a quality boiler installation. Each kit includes a Micro Bubble Air Eliminator or Air Purger/ Air vent, Expension Tank, Boiler Fill/Backflow Preventer, and two Service Check Valves. It is so complete we even include the nipples! PurePro® Boiler Trim Kits are the only trim packages that give you a mix of the leading manufacturers to give you the product brand you prefer in a single easy-to-carry box. mfr# PPBTK-ISTD PPBTK-114STD PPBTK-IDLX PPBTK-114DLX

mfr# Description Webb# 109 2 Gal. 147 110 4.4 Gal. 148

Fill-Trol Valve Repair Kit mfr# 109-15

Amtrol Minitrol Arrestor mfr# Description Webb# 500 1/2 MPT 164

Description Webb# PurePro® 1” Standard Boiler Trim Kit 316483 PurePro® 11/4” Standard Boiler Trim Kit 316484 PurePro® 1” Deluxe Boiler Trim Kit 316485 PurePro® 11/4” Deluxe Boiler Trim Kit 316486

• Diaphragm-type. • Butyl diaphragm material. • Pre-pressurized expansion tank. • Designed for close-loop hydronic heating systems. • Provides separation of system water from air cushion. mfr# 15 30 60 90

mfr# Description Webb# ST5 2 Gal. 53629 ST12 4.4 Gal. 53630

mfr# SX30V SX40V SX60V SX90V

Tank Vol. 14 Gal. 20 Gal. 32 Gal. 44 Gal.

Webb# 120 121 122 123

Flexcon Expansion Tanks HT Series Vent# 700-C 700-C 700-C

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• Operating Temperature: 240°F. • Working Pressure: 100 psig.

Extrol Combination Packages

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• Diaphragm-type. • Pre-pressurized expansion tank. • Designed for potable hot water systems. • Eliminates relief valve spills. • Control pressure build-up. • Protects plumbing fixtures. • Extends water heater life. • Eliminates hot water waste.

SX Series

Description Webb# 2 Gal. 116 4.4 Gal. 117 7.6 Gal. 118 14.0 Gal. 119

Mfr# FILL-Trol# Purger# 3000-1 30 443 OR 444 3000-114 30 443 OR 444 6000-114 60 444

Therm-X-Trol

Hydronics/steam

Expansion Tanks

Extrol

Webb# 72184

Webb# 127 30064 128

Constructed with time tested clench ring technology, HT tanks feature butyl diaphragms engineered for longer life. Butyl rubber is the material of choice for American heating systems as it offers low permeability rates at higher temperatures. Our symmetrical tank and diaphragm shape maximizes tank drawdown, and minimizes diaphragm wear. mfr# 15F 30F HTX60

Description Webb# 2 Gallon 34480 4 Gallon 34483 7 Gallon 34484

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Expansion Tanks & Accessories Air Scoops Mfr# 431F 432F 433F 434 435

Description 1” 11/4” 11/2” 2” 21/2”

Accessories 3 Ply – Nylon Vinyl – Braided Retains full flexibility down to 0°F. mfr# 531

Vortech Air Separators The Taco Vortech Air Separator is designed to provide an enhanced level of air removal in hydronic heating, cooling or combination systems. Air is quickly and effectively separated and vented through a factory installed Taco 3/4” Hy-Vent. Mfr# VRTX100-1 VRTX125-3 VRTX150-1 VRTX200-1

Description 5/8” X 50’

Description 6’

Air Vents Spirovent

Junior Microbubble™ Separator mfr# Desc. 443 1” 444 11/4” 445 11/2” 446 2”

Mfr# “A” 443 1” 444 11/4” 445 11/2” 446 2”

“B” 4” 4” 5” 6”

“C” 21/2” 21/2” 31/2” 31/2”

Mfr# “U” 443 1” 444 11/4” 445 11/2” 446 2”

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The Spirovent® Air Eliminator employs a patented Spirotube® coalescing medium that “scrubs” the air from the system fluid. Simple to install with a straight in-line design it is available in the Junior Series for residential and light commercial applications. Solid brass construction, integral patented air release mechanism and a 20 year limited warranty.

Webb# 131 132 133 134

Tappings (NPT) Ins.

Dimensions

®

“V” 1/8” 1/8” 1/8” 1/2”

Spirovent® Junior

“Z” 1/2” 1/2” 1/2” 1/2”

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mfr# description webb# 34JR VJR– 075FT, 3/4” Brass 68419 1JR VJR– 100TM, 1” Brass 67312 114JR VJR– 125TM, 11/4” Brass 67313 112JR VJR– 150TM, 11/2” Brass 68420

Spirotop® Air Release Valve The Spirotop® Air Release Valve is essentially the vent head used on all products through 12”. It has a 1/2” bottom connection and can be used in places where other float vents have been used. Carries a 20 year Limited Warranty and is designed not to leak by means of a dry air chamber. Spirotop®

mfr# description webb# 12TOP VTP– 050FT 79701

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Mfr# Description Webb# 440-2 1/2” Tank Drainer with Shutoff Valve 24913

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mfr# description webb# B911S-12 Bronze 1/2” Solder 58518

PV Series SuperVent™ Air Eliminator The unique design of the Honeywell PV Series SuperVent™ breaks apart air bubbles, absorbs stagnant air pockets and eliminates troublesome air from hydronic heating systems.

Webb# 361140 361139 361138 361137

Tank Drainer

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Webb# 72329

mfr# description webb# 9DSM3-12 1/2” Solder 28643 9DM3-12T 1/2” Threaded 73896 9DM2-34 3/4” Threaded 28644

Air Purgers

Air Separator The Taco 4900 Series Air Separators are designed for the complete elimination of air from closed loop heating and cooling systems up to a maximum temperature of 240°F and a maximum pressure of 150 psi. Features: • Patented PALL ring design. • Eliminates air induced system noise. • Minimal pressure loss. • Vent can be closed. • Large surface contact area. • Protective vent plate. • Rugged dependability. • Maximum air removal. • Convenient expansion tank connection tapping. • No minimum run of pipe requirement. • Bidirectional flow.

Dual check backflow preventer with atmospheric vent for continuous pressure.

• Used on boiler supply feed lines to provide make-up water to the boiler and prevent backflow when supply pressure falls below system pressure. • An assembly of Watts 9D Backflow Preventer and 1156ºF feed water pressure regulator.

Webb# 74790

Washing Machine Hose mfr# 298002

Backflow Preventers

Series 911 For hot water boilers

• ASME construction. • 125 psig working pressure. • Tangential type air separator.

Description Webb# 1” 194008 11/4” 194009 11/2” 194011 2” 194012

Mfr# Description 49075T1 3/4” Air Separator 49100T1 1” Air Separator 4900125T1 11/4” Air Separator 49150T1 11/2” Air Separator

Combination Backflow Preventor & Fill Valve

Reinforced Garden Hose

Webb# 34492 34493 34494 24907 24908

Backflow Preventers

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MODEL# SIZE Connection type webb# PV075 3/4” NPT 359554 PV075S 3/4” Sweat 359555 PV100 1” NPT 90568 PV100S 1” Sweat 359556 PV125 11/4” NPT 90569 PV125S 11/4” Sweat 250734 PV150 11/2” NPT 318442 PV200 2” NPT 262124 PV-001RP Replacement Air Vent Assembly 372144

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Air Vents DuoVent High Capacity Air Vent with Manual Vent Feature Provides automatic air venting for hot or cold water distribution systems. Features: • Body and cover are brass construction. • Air vent with silicone rubber seal. • Suitable for use with glycol systems. mfr# description webb# 590719 1/8” DuoVent Air Vent 13699

Varivents mfr# description webb# ANG 925005 Angle 78959 STR 925006 Straight 78960

Float Type Air Vents • Rugged cast bronze body. • Compact size to fit the smallest spaces. • Serviceable design – take apart feature. • Improves system efficiency.

Dole® Flow Regulator

mfr# description webb# 700C 1/8” Hydronic Air Vent 53628 700QC 1/8” Hydronic Air Vent With Check 361597

For Water Management and Energy Conservation

Vent Rite Air Valves Non-Vacuum Vents

Bell & Gossett

Automatic Air Vents

No. 87 Automatic Air vents are designed to vent the accumulation of troublesome air wherever it can be trapped. The No. 87 has a combination of 1/2” FPT / 3/4” MPT connection. SYSTEM mfr# PART# DESCRIPTION Connection webb# 87 113021 Automatic Air Vent Combination 150718 3/4” NPTM 1/2” NPTF DT-2 113041 Drain-O-Tank 1/2” NPTM 470

Air Vents

417 Coin Vent Installed on water or steam radiators. The coin vent features special hydroscopic cellulose discs in the valve body. When dry the discs allow air to be released from the system. Once the air is purged the discs would then come in contact with system water, and would swell to create a positive shut-off. 400-3, 426, 418-3 Hy-Vents Taco Hy-Vents in 1/8”, 1/4” and 11/2” x 3/4” threaded connections, the high capacity float style vents can be placed either on the boiler or at the high point throughout the system. 409 Vent The Taco 409 air vent is a heavy duty cast iron vent rated to 300 psi system operating pressure. It features a stainless steel float and internal mechanisms, a 3/4” system connection and a 1/4” outlet tapping. mfr# description webb# 417-3 1/8” Coin Vent 24902 400-3 1/8” Hy-Vent 24903 426 1/4” Hy-Vent 80195 418-3 1/2” X 3/4” Hy-Vent 166978 409-1 3/4” Cast Iron Vent 85064

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mfr# description webb# 1 Adjustable Angle Vent 496 11 Angle Vent 26209 31 1/8” Straight Vent 26211 33 1/4” Straight Vent 26212 35 3/4” M X 1/2” F Main Vent 26213 75 3/4” M X 1/2” F Main Vent 26216 77 3/4” M X 1/2” F Main Vent 26217

Use For

Mfr#

Free Standing Radiators

1 11

connectioN 1/8” Male

mfr# 2010100 2010400

size webb# 30784 1/2” 54174 3/8”

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This is one of the best tools around for cutting gauge glass. It’s the only tool recommended for cutting Redline and High Pressure Glass. It cuts easily and cleanly and leaves clean straight edges.

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Oper. Press

O.A. HT.

3/32”

3 psi

31/4” Yes

1/16”

6 psi

23/4” —

Adj.

1/8” Male

1/16”

6 psi

33/4” —

33

1/4” Male

1/16”

6 psi

33/4” —

Main Vents

35

3/32”

3 psi

77

Complete Gauge Glass Sets

WP-1

31

75

mfr# size webb# Standard Clear 8GAGE 5/8” X 8” 69725 10GAGE 5/8” X 10” 69726 12GAGE 5/8” X 12” 55789 18GAGE 5/8” X 18” 69727 High Pressure 12RGAGE 5/8” X 12” 69728 18RGAGE 5/8” X 18” 68729 Gauge Glass Washers GGW58-100 Standard 16819 GGW3-12 High Pressure 244237 CONE-1819-00 Brass Washer 3964 CONC-140806 Glass Gauge Nut 3966

Gauge Glass Cutters

Convector & Risers

3/4” Male X 1/2” Female

mfr# description webb# GB2 2” GPM Flow Regulator 6830 GB212 21/2” GPM Flow Regulator 6831 GB3 3” GPM Flow Regulator 6832 GB312 31/2” GPM Flow Regulator 6833 GB4 4” GPM Flow Regulator 6834 GC5 5” GPM Flow Regulator 6835 GC6 6” GPM Flow Regulator 6836

Gauge Glass and Washers

3/32”

5 psi

1/8”

31/2 psi

WP-1

Dole Air Vents for One Pipe Systems mfr# description webb# 1A 1/8” Angle Adjustable Vent 6822 1933A 1/8” Angle Vent 6826 1933S 1/8” Straight Vent 6827 1933SS34 Straight Air Vent 45100

Dole Air Vents for Hot Water Systems mfr# description webb# 4 3/4 M X 1/2 F Air Vent 45096 9 1/8” Coin Vent 45097 10 Valve Key 45098 10-4 Valve Key 54194

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Quick, uniform distribution of heat to all radiation is the first essential to perfect performance. This requires balancing the radiation by controlled venting. Vent-Rite #1 Non-Vacuum vents are adjustable and all vents are designed for positive action and straightline venting. They function automatically to vent the air.

The Dole Flow Regulator is self-cleaning and designed to deliver a constant volume of water flow output over a wide pressure drop range. The regulators are designed for a maximum system pressure of 200 PSI. Multi-orifice flow inserts are used, where posible, in regulators with rates between 1 GPM and 4 GPM.

Gauge Glass

997

997

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Our #997 gauge glass cutter replaces the older tool whith the external chain. Because there is no more wrapping around of the chain, this tool is much easier and faster to use. It allows you to cut standard gauge glass up to 3/4” in diameter. mfr# description webb# WP-1 Gauge Glass Cutter 162182 997 Glass Squeeze & Snap Cutter 55790

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Relief Valves Hot Water Boiler Relief Valves

Safety Relief Valves

Automatic Reseating T & P Relief Valves for hot water supply tanks and heaters

Model# 40XL-5 40XL-8 40XL-4 40XL-7

Size (DN) M=MALE F=Female Inlet & Outlet

Thermostat Length

5”

3/4” M X 3/4” F

8”

1” M X 1” F

4” 7”

CSA Temp. Steam Rating BTU/hr.

ASME Pressure Steam rating BTU/ Hr @ 150 PSI set Pressure

200,000

1,437,600

500,000

2,134,000

Webb# 34982 28623 47070 47071

• These combined two-in-one Temperature and Pressure relief valves provide the least expensive and proven means for protection against both excessive temperature and pressure emergency conditions. • Fully automatic temperature and pressure relief protection for domestic hot water supply tanks and heaters based on the latest ANSI Z21.22 listing requirements for temperature discharge capacity. mfr# description webb# 100XL-4 3/4” X 4” Insert, 150 psi 28639 100XL-8 3/4” X 8” Insert, 150 psi 28640

• Connects to 3/4” temperature and pressure relief valve drain connections. • For use on T & P relief valves with up to 100,000 BTU/hr. rating. • Model 100DT for use with side mounted relief valves. Drop length is 48”.

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125 PSI

150 PSI

Model#

Size

740

3/4” X 1

30 PSI

1,352,000

740

1” X 11/4”

1,300,000

1,899,000

740

11/4” X 11/2”

2,105,0000

3,075,000

174A

3/4”

650,000

1,695,000

2,070,000

2,445,000

740

11/2” X 2”

2,900,000

4,237,000

1”

1,005,000

2,635,000

3,215,000

3,795,000

740

2” X 21/2”

5,250,000

7,672,000

174A

11/4”

1,682,000

4,399,000

5,370,000

6,340,000

174A

11/2”

2,020,000

5,290,000

6,460,000

7,630,000

174A

2”

3,815,000

9,970,000

12,170,000

14,370,000

374A

3/4”

550,000

30 lb. Safety Relief Valves mfr# description webb# 1040705 3/4” X 3/4” M X F 30 lb. Relief Valve 56434 1040805 3/4” X 3/4” F X F 30 lb. Relief Valve 56435

Steam Boiler Safety Valves Series 315 and 415 ASME rated and tested steam safety relief valves

mfr# description webb# N36M1-12 1/2” 28641 N36M1-34 3/4” 28626

ASME Steam Discharge Capacity lbs/hr @ 15 psi webb#

315-M1 3/4” X 3/4” 415-M1 3/4” X 3/4”

375 450

Pressure Relief Valves Series 250

Series N36 Water service vacuum relief valves • Automatically vents a closed system if vacuum occurs. • Allows air to enter the system. • Relieves vacuum conditions which could siphon the water from the system and burn out a water heater or collapse a tank.

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mfr# description webb# 3L-34 3/4”, 150 psi 28625 53L-150-12 1/2”, 150 psi 34983 53L-175-12 1/2”, 175 psi 73185

Vacuum Relief Valves

• For low pressure steam heating equipment. • Standard relief pressure 15 psi. mfr# size

Model 53L – same as Model 3L except 1/2” inlet/ outlet. Relief Valves for Hot Water Supply Systems design certified and listed by CSA. Does not comply with ASME requirements. Model 3L – ASME rated, design certified and listed by CSA. Size 3/4”, NPT male inlet x NPT female outlet. ASME construction and tested, listed and certified by the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.

50 PSI

925,000

174A

Drain Lines Models 100DT Drain lines for T & P relief valves

(National Board Certified Ratings) BTU Steam Discharge Capacities (lbs./hr.)

Series 53L/3L Poppet type pressure relief valves for protection against excessive pressure

Hydronics/steam

Series 100XL Self-closing T & P safety relief valves for hot water storage tanks and heaters

100 PSI

mfr# description webb# 530C-12 1/2” Adjustable Relief 55815 530C-34 3/4” Adjustable Relief 85003

Safety Relief Valves Settings and Relieving Capacities

(National Board Certified Ratings) BTU Steam Discharge Capacities (lbs./hr.)

30 PSI

• Designed for use as protection against excessive pressure build-up in systems containing water, oil and air. • Adjustable pressure relief range 50-175 psi. • Maximum pressure 300 psi. • Maximum temperature 180°F.

mfr# description webb# 740-30-34 3/4”, 30 psi 54607 740-30-1 1”, 30 psi 54608 740-30-112 11/2”, 30 psi 54610 740M-30-114 11/4”, 30 psi 54609 740-30-2 2”, 30 psi 54611

Safety Relief Valves Settings and Relieving Capacities Size

Series 530C Calibrated pressure relief valves

• For hot water heating boiler pressure protection.

mfr# description webb# 174A-30-34 3/4”, 30 psi 28627 174A-40-34 3/4”, 40 psi 81202 174A-50-34 3/4”, 50 psi 78961 174A-100-34 3/4”, 100 psi 78962 174A-150-34 3/4”, 150 psi 78964 174A-30-1 1”, 30 psi 28628 174A-30-112 11/2”, 30 psi 28630 174A-30-2 2”, 30 psi 28631 174A-75-34 3/4”, 75 psi 78973 374A-30-34 3/4”, 30 psi 31452

Model#

Pressure Relief Valves

Series 740 Iron body ASME rated water pressure relief valves

• For hot water heating and supply boilers. • Pressure protection only. • Series 174A bronze body construction resists corrosive water conditions of water supplies. • Model 374A has iron body with bronze inlet; 550,000 BTU/hr. rating.

Water Heater T & P Safety Relief Valves

mfr# description webb# 100DT 3/4” X 48” 57843

Commercial Hot Water Boiler Relief Valves

Series 174A, Model 374A ASME water pressure safety relief valves

• The combined two-in-one Temperature and Pressure relief valve provides the least expensive and most proven means for protection against both excessive temperature and pressure. • Fully automatic temperature and pressure relief protection for hot water supply tanks and heaters based on the latest ANSI Z21.22 Listing Requirements for temperature discharge capacity.

Relief Valves

• For tanks and hydronic heating systems. • Protects against over-pressure. • Minimizes hammering with flash steam. • Low differential pressure – 3 psi between opening and closing. • Meets ASME Pressure Vessel & Boiler Code, Section IV. • Sizes and material – 3/4” - 1” NPT – bronze body & seat. – 2” NPT – cast iron body, brass seat. • EPDM rubber diaphragm and seat disc. • Maximum temperature 250°F. • Maximum operating pressure range . 30 – 125 psi. mfr# description webb# 250-34-30 3/4” Relief Valve 30247

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Pressure Reducing Valves Bell & Gossett

Pressure Reducing Valves Reducing valves fill the system to a preset pressure for optimum performance. • Fast fill feature reduces start-up time and labor. • Low inlet pressure check valve help prevent loss of system pressure if the supply water drops below system pressure. • Convenient cleanable strainer is designed to prevent dirt and sediment from entering the system. • Brass body construction is highly resistant to corrosion – ideal for water systems. Combination “Dual Units”

Mfr# F-3

pART# 110197

COMPONENT vALVES

BODY MATERIAL

Relief, FB-38

Brass

Connection in inches BOILER

FILL

WEBB#

1/2 NPT

1/2 NPT

479

Mfr#

BODY pART# MATERIAL

B-38

110190

B7-12

110196

FB-38

110192

FB-38TU

110193

size inches

factory setting adjustable Connection (PSIG) range (PSIG)

1/2”

Brass

3/4” 1/2”

WEBB# 476

NPT

12

10-25

Union

475 477 54727

Relief & Reducing Valves

• Reliable electronic operation. • Time delay prevents burner short cycling. • Low maintenance – no blowdowns. mfr# description webb# 400 24V 58383 450 120V 58847 45-215 Standard 3/4” Probe 79506 1100 Mini 268513 1150 Mini 120V 310462

mfr# description webb# 24 Vac Auto Reset LNA0243S-1 3/4” NPT Short Probe 254727 LNA0243N-1 3/4” NPT Probe with Test Button 254721 LNA0242S-1 1/2” NPT Probe with Test Button 254723 120 Vac Auto Reset LNA1203S-1 3/4” NPT Short Probe 252237 LNA1203N-1 3/4” NPT Probe with Test Button 254722

Low Water Cutoffs Replacement Parts mfr# description webb# P2N-1 1/2” NPT Probe 254729 P3N-1 3/4” NPT Probe 254728

VXT Water Feeder

• Adjustable delay before feed. • Adjustable feed amount. • Can be used with any low water cut-off. • Two feed cycles. • Lock-out after second cycle.

Feed water pressure regulators and dual control for hot water boilers Series 1156F/1450F • Used on boiler feed lines to provide make up water to the system. • Series 1450F – combines features of 1156F and rugged iron body diaphragm relief valve. Set @ 30 psi.

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mfr# description webb# 170SV 120V With Auto Reset 46825 550 120V With Manual Reset 58382

The Taco LWCO provides reliable protection for all types of boilers, from small residential hot water boilers to large industrial steam boilers. The LWCO can also activate alarm systems or automatic water feeders. A probe uses the boiler’s water to complete an electrical circuit. As long as water covers the probe, the electronic circuit. If the water level drops below the probe, the circuit is broken, shutting down the burner and protecting the boiler.

HYDROLEVEL

Pressure Reducing Valve

Low Water Cutoff

Complete float and dual switch assembly. Maximum steam pressure 15 psi. mfr# description webb# SAN89D Float & Dual Switch Assembly 80060

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mfr# description webb# VXT24 24V 58385 VXT120 120V 79688

Model SAN89D Float and switch assemblies for servicing low water cut-offs

mfr# description webb# SB1156F Bronze 1/2” Union, Solder 28647 TB1156F Bronze 1/2” Union, Threaded 28646 B1156F 1/2” Bronze 204996 S1450F Dual Relief, 1/2” Union, Solder 28649 T1450F-12 Dual Relief, 1/2” Union, Threaded 28648 56CB102-1 1/2” Gasket f/1156-1450 91291 N256-34 Bronze 3/4”, Threaded 68148

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• Reliable electronic operation. • Low maintenance. • No moving parts in boiler water. • Easy to install. • 100% factory tested.

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Low Water Cutoffs

Hydronics/steam

mfr# description webb# 329-3 1/2” Fast Fill Reducing Valve 24897 329-T3 1/2” Threaded Fast Fill Reducing Valve 24898 334-T3 1/2” Fast Fill Dual Control 24899 335-3 1/2” Bronze Reducing Valve 24901 3350-1 1/2” Union Cartridge Style Pressure 222606 Reducing Valve

Pressure Reducing Valve

Low Water Cut-Offs

HYDROLEVEL For Steam Boilers

Pressure Reducing Valves FB-38

Low Water Cut-Offs & Feeders

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Low Water Cut-Offs & Feeders

Low Water Cut-Offs — Electronic for Steam Boilers

Low Water Cut-Offs — Mechanical for Steam & Hot Water Boilers

Series PS-800

• For residential, commercial, and industrial applications. • Heavy duty. • Includes No. 2 switch. • Maximum boiler pressure 50 psi. • Use with TC-4 on hot water systems.

• For residential and commercial applications. • Electronic operation.

PS-800

New Features: • User friendly diagnostics. – Red low water and shorted probe LED. – Green power and test LED. • Higher probe sensitivity: 7,000 ohms. • No lock out with loss of power if probe is in water. • Delay on Make (DOM) feature (15 seconds). • Delay on Break (DOB) feature (10 seconds). • No blow down of control required when mounted directly into boiler tappings. • Test button standard on all models. • Options available include – Manual reset. – Extended barrel, remote and short probe models. – 120 volt and 24 volt models (24 volt models meet ANSI specification Z21.13a). • Power consumption 1.7 VA. • Provisions to add alarm or automatic water feeder. • Maximum ambient temperature 120°F. • Maximum steam pressure 15 psi. • Maximum water temperature 250°F.

Low Water Cut-Offs — Mechanical for Steam Boilers Series 67

Series 67

• For residential and (where codes allow) commercial applications. • Electro-Mechanical operation. • Automatic reset feature resumes operation after a power outage when water is on probe. • No blow down required. • 6,000 ohms probe sensitivity. • Maximum ambient temperature 120°F. • Maximum steam pressure 160 psi. • Maximum water temperature 250°F. mfr# Model# description webb# RB-120 144675 120V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) With Test Light 12460 RB-122 120V Low Water Cut-Off 268720 RB-24 24V Low Water Cut-Off 167151

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Series 69 Built-in Low Water Cut-Offs

RB-120

50

• For residential and commercial applications. • For boilers of any steaming capacity. • Quick hook-up fittings provided. • Lever-operated, full port ball valve for easy blow down. • Adjustable BX outlet for easy installation. • Dual precision switches for dependable operation of the low water cut-off and alarm or electric water feeder. • Optional features: – Low voltage switches for self-generating millivolt circuits. – Manual reset switch. • Large float chamber. • Maximum steam pressure 20 psi. mfr# Model# description webb# 67 149400 Low Water Cut-Off 12438 67-G 149600 Low Water Cut-Off f/Millivolt Service 12439

Low Water Cut-Offs — Electronic for Hot Water Boilers

RB-120

mfr# Model# description webb# 63-M 143100 63 With Manual Reset 12453

Hydronics/steam

mfr# Model# description webb# PS-800 Series — Water PS-801-120 153875 120V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) 69796 PS-802-24 153917 24V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) 67716 PS-850 Series — Steam PS-851-120 153895 120V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) 12457 PS-851-M-120 153986 120V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) With Manual Reset 12462 PS-852-M-24 153918 24V Low Water Cut-Off (Probe Type) With Manual Reset 12461

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• For residential and commercial low pressure steam boiler applications. • For boilers of any steaming capacity. • For mounting in 21/2” NPT boiler side tappings. • Insertion lengths available in 13/16 – 41/8”. • Packless bellows. • Adjustable BX outlet for easy installation. • Dual precision switches for dependable operation of the low water cut-off and an alarm or electric water feeder. • Optional low voltage switches for self-generating millivolt circuits. • Maximum steam presssure 20 psi. mfr# Model# description webb# 69 153900 Low Water Cut-Off With 41/8” Insertion Length 12441 169 155100 69 Low Water Cut-Off With 31/8” Insertion Length 69795 369 155300 69 Low Water Cut-Off With 13/4” Insertion Length 12444

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SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Low Water Cut-Offs & Feeders

Low Water Cut-Offs — Mechanical for Steam Boilers

Water Feeders — Electric

Series 101-A

Series 150S Low Water Cut-Off/Pump Controllers

Series 150S

• For commercial and industrial low or high pressure boiler applications. • For boilers of any steaming capacity. • Monel bellows provides corrosion resistance. • Snap action switches for high temperature service. – 1 Single pole, single throw switch for pump control. – 1 Single pole, double throw switch for low water cut-off and alarm actuation. • Optional features: – Manual reset. – 2 Single pole, single throw switches. – 2 Single pole, double throw switches. – Float block. – BSPT threads. • Maximum pressure 150 psi.

Series 101-A

Water Feeders — Mechanical

Water Feeders — Electric

Series 47-2 Mechanical Water Feeders/Low Water Cut-Offs

Series WF Uni-Match®

Series 47-2

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• For steam and hot water boilers with cold water feed. • Continuous maintenance of minimum safe water level, independent of electrical service. • Proportional feed action. • Quick hook-up fittings provided. • Quick-change replaceable cartridge valve and strainer. • Optional features – No. 2 switch. – Manual reset. • Model 47 can be field upgraded with a No. 2 switch to add low water cut-off function. • Maximum water supply pressure 150 psi. • Maximum boiler pressure 25 psi. • Maximum inlet water temperature 120°F. mfr# Model# description webb# 47-2 132800 Low Water Cut-Off/Feeder With No.2 Switch 12431

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• For low pressure steam boilers with cold water feed. • Three position slide allows the timing cycle to be matched to that of the major low water cut-off manufacturers. • Field adaptable feed rate – 1, 2, or 4 gpm. • Electronic operation provides consistent, accurate cycle-to-cycle repeatability. • Universal design simplifies selection and reduces stock. • Can be used with mechanical or electronic low water cut-off controls. • Manual feed button. • Includes 3/8 NPT thread x 1/2” tubing adapters for quick installation with 1/2” copper tubing • Easy to clean strainer. • Maximum water pressure 150 psi. • Maximum boiler pressure 15 psi. • Maximum water temperature 120°F. • Maximum ambient temperature 100°F. • Maximum power consumption (during water feed only). – 15 VA at 24 Vac. – 20 VA at 120 Vac.

Series 51-2 Mechanical Water Feeders/Low Water Cut-Offs

mfr# Model# description webb# WF-2-U-120 169560 120 Volt Electric Water Feeder 69797 WF-2-U-24 169550 12 Volt Electric Water Feeder 47073

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• For low pressure steam boilers with cold water feed. • Eliminates necessity to manually add water to the boiler. • Can be used with mechanical or electronic low water cut-off controls. • Quick-change replaceable cartridge valve and strainer. • Manual feed button. • Model 101-A features a 120 Vac solenoid. • Model 101-A-24 features a 24 Vac solenoid and a separate 50VA transformer. • Maximum water supply pressure 150 psi. • Maximum boiler pressure 25 psi. • Maximum inlet water temperature 120°F. • Maximum power consumption. – 40 VA at 24 Vac. – 40 VA at 120 Vac. mfr# Model# description webb# 101A 169400 120 Volt Electric Feeder 12435 101A-24V 169500 24 Volt Electric Feeder 12436

mfr# Model# description webb# 172702 150SM Steam Low Water Cut Off 12463

Series WF

(cont.)

Series 51-2

• For low pressure steam and hot water boilers larger than 5,000 sq. ft. capacity with cold water feed. • Quick change replaceable cartridge valve and strainer. • Optional features – No. 2 switch. – Manual reset. – Float block. • Proportional feed action. • Model 51 can be field upgraded with a No. 2 switch to add low water cut-off function. • Maximum water supply pressure 150 psi. • Maximum inlet water temperature 120°F. • Maximum vessel pressure 35 psi. mfr# Model# description webb# 51-2 135000 Low Water Cut-Off/Feeder With No.2 Switch 12433

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SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Water Feeders — Make-Up

Replacement Parts

Series 21

For Series 67 Low Water Cut-Offs

• For boiler receiver tanks. • Direct mounting eliminates need for equalizing connections. • Proportional feed action. • Mounting Flange – six 7/8” bolt holes on a 53/4” bolt circle. • Soft seat provides positive seal. • Maximum water supply pressure 150 psi. • Maximum inlet water temperature 120°F. • Maximum vessel pressure 35 psi.

Series 21

Low Water Cut-Offs & Feeders

Model 6667

mfr# Model# description webb# 6667 153825 Head Mechanism 12484 67-12 318800 Gasket 55578 11-MV 3009200 Replacement Switch For Millivolt Service 12486 11 3009100 Replacement Switch 12485 SA67-2 344200 Float & Bellows Assembly 12498 14-B 310447 Bown-down Valve 12487 37-39 313200 Bown-down Valve Gasket 12489

Series 67 Components

mfr# Model# description webb# 21 126400 Make-Up Water Feeder 12437

Blow Down Valve Series 14-B

Series 14-B

• For McDonnell & Miller control blow down valve replacement. • Full-ported ball action valve. • Teflon® seats provide bind free, leak tight ball movement. • Easy open handle keeps hands away from hot water and steam. • Gasket and mounting screws included. • Maximum pressure 30 psi.

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mfr# Model# description webb# 14B 310447 Blow Down Valve 12487

Blow Down Valve mfr# description webb# H23W Dirt pocket cap for McDonnell & Miller (3/4”-NPT) with gasket and (4) bolts 259932 H23-1W Blow Down Kit for McDonnel & Miller (dirt pocket cap, 69869 full flow ball valve, nipple, gasket, (4) bolts

For Series 150 Low Water Cut-Offs mfr# Model# description webb# 150-HD 173000 Head Mechanism With Mercury Switch 12483 150-14H 325500 Head Gasket (for raised face head flange, 8 holes) 79944

For Series 851 Make-Up Water Feeders 150-HD

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mfr# Model# description webb# 347100 SA101-38 Strainer Basket (includes Tetraseal O-Ring & bolts) 12499

For Series 51/51-2 Water Feeder/Low Water Cut-Offs mfr# Model# description webb# 51-2-HD 135100 Head Mechanism With No. 2 Switch 85014 SA51-101-102 342500 Valve & Strainer Kit 12497 F-26 304100 Gasket 55581 37-27 312800 Gasket 55582 51-2-HD

For Series 63 Low Water Cut-Offs mfr# Model# description webb# CO-12 302600 Head Gasket 12490

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SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Flow Switches Test-N-Check Valves

Replacement Parts

(cont.) For Series FS4-3 General Purpose Liquid Flow Switches

Series TC-4

mfr# Model# description webb# FS4-15SS 310451 Stainless Steel Paddle Kit 108733

For Series 47/47-2 Mechanical Water Feeder/Low Water Cut-Offs

Paddle Kit

mfr# Model# description webb# SA47-0101-102 341600 Valve, Cartridge & Strainer Assembly Kit 12494 37-26 312800 Gasket 12488 2 110000 Switch 30246 2-M 110100 Switch With Manual Reset 69798

Series TC-4

• For hot water boilers. • Simplifies ASME CSD-1a. code mandated testing of low water cut-offs by eliminating the need to drain the system. • Includes one upper and one lower valve for mounting at crosses in equalizing lines. • Restricts water flow when the low water cut-off ’s blow down valve is open. • Adjustable built-in vacuum breaker in upper valve provides rapid evacuation of water from the float chamber. • 1” NPT. • Maximum temperature 250° F. • Maximum pressure 160 psi. mfr# Model# description webb# TC-4 195000 Test-N-Check Valves, Set of 2 55575

Series 47/47-2 Components

Flow Switches — Liquid Series FS4-3 General Purpose Liquid Flow Switches

Series FS4-3

• Universal design serves the widest variety of applications. • For starting or stopping electrically operated equipment such as signal lights, alarms, motors, automatic burners, metering devices and others. • Replacement for common flow switches from Johnson/Penn, Potter/Taco, Watts, Hydrolevel and other manufacturers. • 1” NPT. • Two electrical knock-outs allows connection from either end. • Sensitivity adjusting screw makes flow adjustment easy. • Single pole, double throw snap switch. • Hardened stainless steel bearings minimize friction. • Sealed Monel bellows. • Four stainless steel paddles included – 1”, 2”, 3”, & 6”. • Optional features – Time delay. – Two SPDT switches to make or bread two separate circuits. – Reinforced paddles. – Materials on construction suitable for corrosive liquids. – Fire sprinkler service – Model F34-3F only. – BSPT threads. • Minimum temperature (fluid or ambient). • Maximum temperature 300°F. • Maximum pressure 160 psi.

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mfr# Model# description webb# FS4-3 114400 General Purpose Flow Switch 12477

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Flow Switches

SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Flow Switches — Liquid

(cont.) Series FS8-W General Purpose Liquid Flow Switches

FS8-W

Circulators & Accessories Bell & Gossett

• For general purpose applications with environmental exposure, or those requiring a water-tight, dust tight, or a NEMA.4X rates flow switch. • 1” NPT. • Sealed Monel Bellows. • Single pole, double throw snap switch. • For stainless steel paddles included – 1”, 2”, 3”, and 6”. • Sensitivity adjusting screw makes flow adjustment easy. • Optional features –BSPT threads. – Gold plated contacts. • Minimum temperature (fluid or ambient) 32°F. • Maximum temperature 225°F. • Maximum operating pressure 160 psi. • Replacement for NEMA 4X-style flow switches from Potter/Taco, Watts, Penn and other manufacturers. mfr# Model# description webb# FS8-W 120601 General Purpose Flow Switch With NEMA 4X Enclosure 111265

Low Water CutOffs & Feeders

Three-Piece

Mfr# Series 100

100 NFI

Series HV

HV NFI

102210

1

2 NFI

102214

2

2”

Series 100

3/4

100 BNFI

106197

1 & 11/4

485

1/12

115 - with built-in overload protection 1/6

30074 486 85470

Compact Design/Series LR Motor characteristics@60 Hi

Mfr#

FLANGE SIZE INCHES Part # Construction (NPT)

HP

VOLtage

WEBB#

LR-20BF

106506

1/20

115 - with built-in overload protection

34524

Cast Iron

3/4, 1, 11/4, 11/2

Series LR

Maintenance-Free Circulators

NRF

Mfr#

pART#

flange size inches (NPT)

WEBB#

NRF-22

103251

3/4, 1, 11/4, 11/2

119280

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Replacement Parts Parts for Series 100 Booster Pumps description

100 N FI

100 BI

100 AB

Bronze Bearing Assembly Bearing Assembly With NFI Impeller

189134

Plastic Impeller

189132

Bronze Impeller

100 BHR

WEBB#

189034

72154 53646

189132 118431

118431

53645 55265

Coupler Assembly

118705

118705

118705

118705

28553

Flange Gasket Set - Ring Type

118368

118368

118368

118368

46366

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Hydronics/steam

• For general purpose applications where high sensitivity is required and moderate or low flow rates are encountered such as air conditioning, heating and hydronic systems, water, fuel oil, some viscous liquids and oils in process work. • In-line configuration eliminates need for a pipe tee. • High flow capacity. • 1/2” NPT. • Single pole, double throw snap switch. • Switch compartment is completely sealed to protect it from the liquid. • Sensitivity adjusting screw makes flow adjustment easy. • Optional features – BSPT threads. – Gold plated contacts. • Minimum temperature (fluid or ambient) 32°F. • Maximum temperature 225°F. • Maximum operating pressure 100 psi.

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Cast Iron Wet/Rotor/NRF

mfr# Model# description webb# FS1 113200 High Sensitivity Flow Switch – 1/2” NPT Body 12476

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Flange Motor characteristics@60 Hz Size Inches model # Part # model # Part # (NPT) HP VOLtage WEBB# CAST IRON

Series FS1 High Sensitivity Liquid Flow Switches

Series FS1

Oil Lubricated Circulators

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Replacement Parts

SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Circulators & Accessories “00” Series Cartridge Circulators

(cont.)

• Unique replaceable cartridge design– field serviceable. • Unmatched reliability–Maintenance free. • Quiet, efficient operation. • Standard high capacity output–compact design.

Parts for Booster Pumps description

HV NFI

HV BI

HV AB

HV BNFI

WEBB#

2” Bearing Assembly

189165

189165

189165

189165

53643

2” Impeller

189128

189128

53644

Coupler Assembly

118705

118705

118705

118705

28553

118373

118373

118373

118373

53636

Flange Gasket Set

description

1” PR

21/2”

LD-3”

HD-3”

WEBB#

Bearing Assembly (C.I. or Bronze)

189105

189105

189105

189105

55267

Coupler Assembly

189110

Mfr#

118723

118723

118723

31298

007

Larger Residential Zones

24866

Radiant Heating Zones

58701

69659

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2” Flanged

Body Gasket, 100 Series P04080 P04080 P04080

72154

67559

Light Commercial Zones

47074

0011

High Flow - Radiant

69932

11/4” & 11/2” Flanged Replaces HV

194 - 1542F

11/4” & 2” Flanged Replaces 2”

194 - 2124F

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2” Flanged

Not Included

Oil Wick Set

118395 118395 118395 118395 118395 118395 118395

Low Water Cut53645 Offs & Feeders 55265

Seal Kit (Booster Pumps)

118681 118681 118681 118681 118681 118681 118681

53642

P04890 P04890 P04890

53646

Body Gasket, PD35-37

P54710 P54710

Seal Kit, PD 60 Series

0013

“00” Series

186499 186499

Not Included

High Lead Loss - Radiant

0012-1 IB, AB IB, AB IB AB WEBB# 189105 186863 185260 185262

companion flanges

0010 0012

118844 189034 189134 189165 189136 189140

Body Gasket, HV Series

WEBB#

Residential Zones

009

Bearing Assemblies description

application

005 008

53642

Coupler Assembly

connection size

• Direct drive–low power consumption. • Universal flange to flange dimension. • Manufactured in a variety of sizes to match system requirements. • Residential and light commercial applications.

High Velocity

92024 216599

High Head - Geothermal

223094

application

WEBB#

Residential Zones & Radiant

370056

Larger Residential Zones

370057

application

WEBB#

Larger Residential Zones

254379

3-Speed with Integral Flow Check (IFC) Mfr#

connection size companion flanges

00RMS-F-IFC

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2”

Not Included

Flanged

0010MS-F-IFC

Cast Iron with Integral Flow Check (IFC)

46366

Mfr#

connection size

companion flanges

007-F5-IFC 008-F6-IFC

Mfr #

Pump Shaft Size

Pump Series

HP

Frame Size

Motor shaft size

WEBB#

00R-F-IFC

118473

1/2”

PD-35 & PD-37

1/2 - 3/4

B&G

1/2”

259934

0010-F-IFC

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2”

Not Included

Flanged

Radiant Heating Zones

Larger Residential Zones

0011-F-IFC

256090 282665 309249 309248

Bronze

Bell & Gossett

B&G Replacement Circulator Couplings For B&G

Mfr#

connection size

companion flanges

application

WEBB#

006-BC

1/2” Sweat

Recirc

24874

006-B

3/4” Sweat

Recirc

24873

3/4” FNPT Threaded

Recirc/Boosters

74756

Larger Residential Zones

24875

Radiant Heating Zones

67560

High Head Loss - Radiant

54563

006-BT4

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007-BF5 008-BF6

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2”

Flanged

009-BF5

Not Included

0010-B 0011-BF

11/2” Flanged

Hydronics/steam

Coupler Selection

6

67561 High Head

0012-B

201889 242596

Priority Zoning Circulators — Cast Iron Modular PC Board Design with Built-in Transformer & Relay Mfr # 007-ZF5-5

connection sizes

companion flange

application

WEBB#

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2” Flanged

B&G

Larger Residential Zones

87921

“00” Taco Timer “00” Timer

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Analog Timer With Dust Cover

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Circulators & Accessories

SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Replacement Parts

Circulators

Water Circulation – “00” and 100 Series

110, 111, 112, 113, 120 Red Baron Circulators Designed to efficiently circulate heated or chilled water in residential or light commercial Hydronic Systems. These circulators may also be used for zoning large installations and are available in bronze construction for domestic hot water applications.

Cast Iron Circulators Mfr#

110 Red Baron

connection companion size ranges WEBB#

110

24867

111 112

3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2” Flanged

Not Included

2” Flanged

Included

113

mfr# description webb# 005-019RP Cartridge Assembly f/005, 006, CI 79720 005-020RP Cartridge Assembly f/005, 006, Bronze 77195 007-042RP Cartridge Assembly f/007, CI 30334 007-045RP Cartridge Assembly f/007, Bronze 75479 008-044RP Cartridge Assembly f/007, 008, CI 79716 0010-021RP Cartridge Assembly 0010 CI 241912 0011-009RP Cartridge Assembly 009 CI 213967

24869

Low Water CutOffs & Feeders

24870

120

24871

Bronze Circulators Mfr#

connection companion size ranges WEBB#

111B

24876 3/4”, 1”, 11/4” & 11/2” Flanged

Not Included

112B

Description

WEBB#

110-251BF

3/4”

110-252BF

1”

110-253BF

11/4”

110-254BF

11/2”

24887

251

3/4”

30335

252

1”

253

11/4”

254

11/2”

24884 Bronze Threaded Freedom Flange Set

Ductile Iron Freedom Flange Set

24885 24886

30336

WEBB#

194-1543F

11/2”

Ductile Iron f/0012 Circulator

110880

194-2124

2”

Ductile Iron f/0012-F2 Circulator

188276

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WEBB# 244091 247630 249998 254109 249999 264308 264298 264299

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Circulator Couplings

Description

F.W. Webb Company

description 3/4” IPS PurePro Shut Off Flange 3/4” Sweat PurePro Shut Off Flange 1” IPS PurePro Shut Off Flange 1” Sweat PurePro Shut Off Flange 11/4” IPS PurePro Shut Off Flange 11/4” Sweat PurePro Shut Off Flange 11/2” IPS PurePro Shut Off Flange 11/2” Sweat PurePro Shut Off Flange

Replacement Parts

30338

Flange size

62

Mfr # 67778 67784 67779 67785 67780 67786 67781 67787

30337

2” 0012 Threaded Freedom Flange Sets Mfr#

Designed to isolate all 2 bolt flanged circulator pumps. Available in 3/4”, 1”, 11/4” and 11/2” Sweat and IPS connections. Features: • Full port forged brass ball valve. • Brass body and flange. • Solid chrome-plated brass balls with Teflon® seats. • Blowout proof stem sealed with Teflon®. • Vinyl coated handle. • Additional “T” handle included. • Includes mounting nuts and bolts. • Rated at 600 psi WOG.

mfr# description webb# 1600-160RP Cartridge Assembly f/1600 Series 54556 1600-169RP Flange Gasket f/1600 Series 79715 1600-846CRP Water Seal Kit f/1600 Series 54557

24878

Flange size

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Flanged Ball Valve

1600 Series Replacement Parts

24877

Freedom Flange Sets 005, 0070011, 0013, 0014 & 110-113 Mfr#

Features: • Built-in motor protection for long life. • Stainless steel construction for corrosion resistance. • Multiple fittings for a variety of applications. • 4-pole motor for low energy consumption. • Whisper-quiet operation for sound sensitive installations. • The New Brute II (UP 15-42) has 50% more starting torque for dependable starts in the worst conditions.

Hydronics/steam

110B

mfr# description webb# 007-003RP Circulator Gasket/O-Ring f/007 80202 0012-006RP Circulator Gasket/O-Ring f/0012 241913 110-009RP Circulator Coupling 54553 110-275RP Pump Seal 54555 110-361RP CI 110 Bearing Assembly 24931 111-058RP CI 111 Bearing Assembly 69778 112-120RP CI 112 Bearing Assembly 54548 120-067RP CI 120 Bearing Assembly 55775 110-362BRP Bronze 110 Bearing Assembly 54550 256-003RP Shutoff Flange Gasket Set 180071 110-023RP Circulator Gasket/Full Face 46365 006-047RP O Ring Replacement 254931 007-007RP Circ GSKT 2PK 58302

“00” Replacement Cartridges

24868

Circulators & Accessories

mfr# description webb# 110-009RP 110 Coupler 54553 TP425 110 Coupler 69669

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Valves

SECTION

SECTION

6

6

Valves

Thermostatic Radiator Actuators

Danfoss

T5086

RA 2000 Thermostatic Radiator Valve

Control room temperature by modulating the flow of hot water or steam through free-standing radiators, convectors or baseboard units. • T5086 nonelectrical thermostatic actuator mounts directly on V5086 valve body and modulates hot water or steam flow through valve in response to room temperature changes. • No electric power required.

New Danfoss RA 2000 thermostatic radiator valves utilize the latest vapor-filled bellows system. Based on a modulating proportional principle, a drop in ambient temperature causes the valve to open. This increases the supply of hot water or low-pressure steam entering the radiator. Conversely, a rise in ambient temperature causes the valve to close. This decreases the supply of hot water or low-pressure steam entering the radiator. Technical Data Limitations

Application Temperature mfr# TYPE Range Includes webb# T5086A1009 Hot Water, Steam 43º F To 79º F Integral Sensor, 108024 Integral Setpoint Hot Water, Steam 43º F To 79º F Remote Sensor, Remote 96700 T5086B1007 Setpoint, 6’6” Capillary 43º F To 79º F Remote Sensor, Remote 98010 T5086C1005 Hot Water, Steam Setpoint, 6’6” Capillary

T5086A

TYPE

Maximum temperature (ºF)

Maximum Diff. pressure (water)

maximum static pressure

maximum steam pressure

Maximum test pressure

RA2000

250

20 PSI (46 ft.)

145 psi (335 ft.)

15 psig

232 psi (536 ft.)

RA Operators

T5086B-C

013G8220

(Bodies Nickel Plated Bronze)

013G8200

Built-in

Valve-mounted Sensor and Dial

79121

013G8220

Built-in

Tamper-resistant Valvemounted Sensor and Dial

201603

013G8202

Remote

Valve-mounted Dial and Remote Sensor

6”

Heat-Gard™

mfr# 5321-1 5322-1 5323 5331-C1 5332 5333-2 5431-1

Description, Size & Type Connections webb# 68956 1/2” Angle NPT Union Connection 68964 1/2” Straight NPT Connection 68960 3/4” Straight Sweat Connection 54562 3/4” Angle NPT Connection 68965 3/4” Angle NPT Union Connection 68961 3/4” Straight NPT Union Connection 68957 1/2” Straight NPT Union Connection

Heat-Gard™ Thermostatic Operators mfr# 5201-2 5203-2 5206-2

Description webb# Direct Mount (Liquid) 68972 Remote Sensor 6’ Capillary 54565 Wall Mount 6’ Capillary 68975

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013G8565

Max. sensor temp. (ºF)

Design

45-86

Webb #

201231 140

013G8562

Wall Mount

Combined Remote-mounted Sensor and Dial

6”

201626

013G8565

Wall Mount

Combined Remote-mounted Sensor and Dial

16’

79122

013G8564

RA2066 2 X 6 Cap. Tubes

Operator with Separate Remote-mounted Sensor

3’ + 3’

013G8564

50-90

212918

RA 2000 Valves Mfr #

valve size

pattern

connections inlet x Outlet

connections inlet x outlet

Webb #

013G8015

1/2”

1.6

013G8020

3/4”

2.7

013G8025

1”

013G8032

11/4”

2.8

224035

013G8014

1/2”

1.6

79123

013G8019

3/4”

013G8024

1”

013G8031

11/4”

2.8

203286

013G8013

1/2”

1.6

213827

013G8018

3/4”

2.7

013G8023

1”

013G8030

11/4”

013G8044

1/2”

013G0140

1/2”

Straight

Angle

Side Mount Angle

167179 FPT X MPT

2.8

2.7

FPT X MPT

2.8

163179 152732

201232 201627

79124

FPT X MPT

2.8

79120

2.8 Straight

2.7

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The Taco Heat-Gard™ Thermostatic valves keep a heating system comfort balanced by eliminating cold spots and overheating. Its proven design and reliable operation make it the simplest way to prevent energy waste and reduce heating costs. The Heat-Gard valve is made so that the complete cartridge can be replaced under pressure without draining the system, delivering a higher level of uninterrupted comfort control.

temp. range (ºF)

Description

013G8200

Heat-Gard™ Thermostatic Valves

capillary length

Mfr #

79118 Double Solder Union

1-PS with Vacuum Braker

79119 241897

RA to RA 2000 Adapter Mfr # 013G8070

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Design

WEBB#

RA to RA2000 Adapter

Allows RA2000 Operators to fit RA Valves

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6

Valves Tempering/Mixing Valves Hot water extender tempering valves Series N170

For commercial applications, mixes cold and hot water to extend capacity of water heater, storage tanks and hot water boiler tankless heaters. Features: • All bronze construction. • Interchangeable thermostat. • High capacity. mfr# description webb# N170M2-34 3/4” 68775 N170M2-1 1” 68776 N170M2-114 11/4” 68777 N170M2-112 11/2” 68778

Purge & Balance Ball Valve Residential purge and balancing valve Series RPV • Provides a unique and low cost solution for start-up purging and balancing of hydronic heating loops. • Accurate balancing and drip tight shutoff. • Rugged, dual-ball valve design. • High-volume purging. mfr# description webb# RPVS-34 3/4” 28650 7866801 3/4” 58728

Series 70A

mfr# description webb# 70AF-12 1/2” 28642 70A-34 3/4” 28632 L70A-34 3/4” 81201 869100 Repair Kit f/70A 34164

Flow Control Valve Model P3 Multi-orifice flow control for tankless heaters • Designed to limit the flow of water to equipment. • Used for tankless heater installations.

5000 Series Mixing Valve The 5000 Series Mixing Valve is a dual purpose mixing or diverting valve. It is ASSE 1017 approved, providing shut-off reliability on either a hot or cold water supply failure. The high flow and low headloss characteristics make the 5000 Series ideal for domestic water, radiant applications, installations with large variations in flow rate and supply conditions, and installations requiring tightly controlled water temperature. The valves unique design and advanced thermostatic element ensures a stable mixed water temperature throughout the extended 85° – 150°F range. The 5000 Series provides fail-safe security and the ultimate performance in a mixing valve. mfr# description webb# 5002 1/2” Sweat Union Connections 188569 5003 3/4” Sweat Union Connections 161218 5004 1” Sweat Union Connections 76566

Replacement Parts for Mixing Valves mfr# description webb# 507-046RP 508/526 Mixing Valve Element 24932 5002-002RP Set of 3 Gaskets for Mixing Valve 247482

mfr# description webb# P3S-12 1/2” 28633

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Gate, Check & Stop/Waste Valves mfr# description webb# Gate Valves T300-12 1/2” IPS 26181 T300-34 3/4” IPS 26182 T300-1 1” IPS 26183 T300-114 11/4” IPS 26184 T300-112 11/2” IPS 26185 T300-2 2” IPS 26186 T300-212 21/2” IPS 26193 T300-3 3” IPS 26194 T300-4 4” IPS 26195 T300S-12 1/2” COP 26187 T300S-34 3/4” COP 26188 T300S-1 1” COP 26189 T300S-114 11/4” COP 26190 T300S-112 11/2” COP 26191 T300S-2 2” COP 26192 Check Valves M31-12 1/2” IPS 26202 M31-34 3/4” IPS 26203 M31-1 1” IPS 26204 M31-114 11/4” IPS 26205 M31-112 11/2” IPS 26206 M31-2 2” IPS 26207 M31S-12 1/2” COP 26196 M31S-34 3/4” COP 26197 M31S-1 1” COP 26198 M31S-114 11/4” COP 26199 M31S-112 11/2” COP 26200 M31S-2 2” COP 26201

Stop & Waste Valves SW-12 1/2” COP 12COP 1/2” COP 12IPS 1/2” IPS 34COP 3/4” COP 34IPS 3/4” IPS

19714 39759 34564 19715 19713

Boiler Drain DO-12 12DO 34DO

39760 19716 19713

1/2” 1/2” 3/4”

Ball Valves General purpose ball valves are threaded-end and solderend valves feature bubble tight shut-off. Threaded mfr# Size webb# T103-12 1/2” 73303 T104-34 3/4” 73304 T105-1 1” 74526 T106-114 11/4” 165712 T107-112 11/2” 165713 T108-2 2” 165714

Sweat mfr# Size webb# C203-12 1/2” 73305 C204-34 3/4” 73306 C205-1 1” 74520 C206-114 11/4” 165717 C207-112 11/2” 165718 C208-2 2” 165719

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Forged Brass Ball Valves Full Port Ball Valves Mfr# description webb# Regular Pattern, 150 WSP/600,400 WOG 101-043 1/2” S-1001 C X C 210974

Specialty Ball Valves Ball Valves with Compression Ends Mfr# description webb# Conventional Port with Waste 101-553 1/2” T-802 87116 101-554 3/4” T-802 87117 101-555 1” T-802 87118 Female X Sweat Ball Valves -Full Port Mfr# description webb# For Connecting Boilers to Copper Tube 101-623 1/2” T-1007 IPS X SWT 111123 101-624 3/4” T-1007 IPS X SWT 111124

Bronze Heating and Radiator Valves Mfr# description webb# Steam Angle Radiator Valves 110-103 1/2” T-431 IPS 81605 110-104 3/4” T-431 IPS 68791 110-105 1” T-431 IPS 11038 110-106 11/4” T-431 IPS 11039 110-107 11/2” T-431 IPS 80127 Hot Water Angle Valves 110-113 1/2” T-437 IPS 68792 110-114 3/4” T-437 IPS 68793 110-115 1” T-437 IPS 68794 110-116 11/4” T-437 IPS 72020 Radiator Gate Valves 110-135 1” T-435 IPS 68795 110-136 11/4” T-435 IPS 68796 Union Elbows 110-163 1/2” T-438 IPS 68799 110-164 3/4” T-438 IPS 68800 110-168 1” T-438 IPS 68801 110-169 11/4” T-438 IPS 68802 110-165 1/2” S-438 SWT 68803 110-166 3/4” S-438 SWT 68804

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For residential installations, mixes cold and hot water to extend capacity of water heater, storage tanks and hot water boiler tankless heaters. Features: • All brass or bronze construction. • Adjustable knob for temperature control. Specifications/Models: • Model 70A-F – Sizes 1/2”, solder connections, temperature range 120°–160°F. • Model 70A – Sizes 3/4”, solder connections, temperature range 120°–160°F. • Model L70A – Sizes 1/2”, solder connections, temperature range 100°–130°F.

Valves

Balancing Valves Mfr# description webb# 110-154 3/4” S-439 C X C 68797 110-155 1” S-439 C X C 68798

Replacement Handles Mfr# description webb# 110-170 RAD Valve Handles 112610

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Accu-Flo

SECTION

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6

Zone Valves

Accu-Flo Balancing Valve

Low Voltage Zone Valves

• Modified venturi design. • Blow-out proof system. • Ball valve construction. • Calibrated nameplate for presetting. • Built-in drain port. • All brass interior parts. • Rated to: 11/2” – 2”: 300 psi, 250°F. 21/2” – 4”: Class 125.

V8043 Two-Position Normally Closed Zone Valves

mfr# ACUF-075-AC ACUF-100-AC ACUF-125-AC

V8043B1029

size & Connection webb# 3/4” Sweat 253479 1” Sweat 253480 11/4” Sweat 253481

Two-way ON-OFF low voltage valves consist of an actuator and valve assembly for controlling the flow of hot water. • Manual opener (on all models, except straight-through, normally open valves) for valve operation on power failure; valve returns to automatic position when power is restored. • All models may be installed without disassembling the valve. • Complete powerhead may be removed or replaced without breaking water line connections or draining the system. • Actuator motor may be replaced without removing valve body or draining the system. pipe connections Mfr # V8043A1011 V8043A1029 V8043E1012

type

flow capacity

electrical connections

1/2”

18” Leads

3/4”

V8043E1020

1”

V8043E1061

3/4”

V8043E1079

1”

V8043E1028

1/2”

V8043F1036

3/4”

V8043F1051

1”

3.5 Cv

WEBB# 99622 83080 80682 80683

Sweat

105843

8 Cv

With End Switch

84886 106724

3.5 Cv

30231 31376

Zone Valve Replacement Head

Balance Sweat Valves

Mfr #

400D3916-048 E180W

Description

Electrical rating

electrical connections

WEBB#

Replacement Head for V8043 with End Switch

24 Vac, 50/60 Hz

Screw Terminal Block

69631

Replacement Motor Only

24 V

69632

V8043 Two-Position Normally Open Zone Valves

Two-way ON-OFF low voltage valves consist of an actuator and valve assembly for controlling the flow of hot water, and some models for steam. • All models may be installed without disassembling the valve. • Complete powerhead may be removed or replaced without breaking water line connections or draining the system. • Actuator motor may be replaced without removing the valve body or draining the system. • Manual opener is not included in normally open valves.

body webb# Bronze 11053 Bronze 11054

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Amtrol Balancers are precision-machined valves designed for controlling the amount of liquid in individual lines within a system. Balance is set by the location of the lever, which turns a precision-fitted diverter in the valve body to reduce the flow through the valve. The diverter stem packing is heat resistant and need not be removed when connection are being soldered. • Bronze construction. • Packing does not need to be removed for soldering. • Precision lower adjustment. mfr# size BR1 1/2” BR2 3/4”

size

pipe connections Mfr # V8043B1027

size

type

electrical connections

WEBB#

3/4”

Sweat

18” Leads

88050

V8044 Two-Position Diverting Zone Valves

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Three-way diverting low voltage valves consist of an actuator and valve assembly for controlling the flow of hot water, and some models for steam. • Manual opener (on all models, except straight-through, normally open valves) for valve operation on power failure; valve returns to automatic position when power is restored. • All models may be installed without disassembling the valve. • Complete powerhead may be removed or replaced without breaking water line connections or draining the system. • Actuator motor may be replaced without removing the valve body or draining the system. pipe connections Mfr # V8044A1044 V8044E1011

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3/4”

type

Sweat

electrical connections

WEBB#

18” Leads

100957

With End Switch

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Zone Valves Line Voltage Zone Valve

ESP Zone Valves™

V4043

The heart of the ESP Zone Valve™ is the Energy Storage Principle. The ESP is a gear driven, capacitor powered valve. Its unique, patented technology replaces the typical spring with a Prostar Gold Cap Capacitor for returning the valve to its normal position. Moreover, the old style synchronous AC motor has been replaced with an exceptionally reliable high torque, high efficiency miniature motor. These Taco innovations replace two failure items, the synchronous motor and the spring, to deliver dependability. When a thermostat calls, the processor makes sure the capacitor is fully charged, then sends power to the motor. Once at the Open position, the motor turns off. The LED remains lit as long as the thermostat is calling. One the zone has been satisfied, the capacitor discharges some of its stored energy and the motor turns the ball to the Closed position.

On-OFF and diverting line voltage valves consist of an actuator motor and valve assembly for controlling the flow of hot or chilled water. • Manual opener (on all models, except straight-through, normally open valves) for valve operation on power failure; valve returns to automatic position when power is restored. • All models may be installed without disassembling the valve. • Complete powerhead may be removed or replaced without breaking line connections or draining the system. • Motor can be replaced without removing the valve body or draining the system. • Suitable for heating and cooling applications.

V4043

Zone Valves

Mfr #

application type

V4043A1010

valve size

1/2”

Water

V4043A1259

Pipe connections

3/4”

Flare Sweat

ESP Zone Valve

WEBB#

Mfr #

102957

E050C

106214

E075C

40003918-006

valve size

Pipe connections

Conversion kit for converting old style valve bodies to accept 40003916 Actuator. Includes brass plate with drive shaft and rubber ball, large O-ring and four screws.

Two-way V8043A,E,F: V4043A, water valve body

561-5

571-2

Mfr #

tubing size (I.D.)

24v AC Thermostate circuit rating

WEBB#

1311-102

3/4”

0.4A

74483

Mfr #

tubing size (I.D.)

24v AC Thermostate circuit rating

WEBB#

1361-102

3/4”

0.2A

74482

WEBB#

By-Pass 3-Way. 125 psi, 55’ Pump Head

3/4” Sweat

80045

1/2” Sweat

79424

3/4” Sweat

24925

1” Sweat

24926

11/4” Sweat

24927

Transformer for 3 Zone Valves

24930

Standard 2-Way, 125 psi, 55’ Pump Head

description

WEBB#

F19-0097

Motor Assemblies: For 1311-102, -103, -104 For 1361-102, -103, -104 Water seal replacement kit not included

74489

6

Zone Valve Thermostat Application 24 Volt Thermostat

size & Type connections webb# Thermostat (1) 30340

Zone Valve Controls Taco switching relays combine clearly labeled PC board layouts with advanced features that allow for total system customization. External indicator lights provide instant diagnostic feedback, making a snap of service calls or new installation start-ups. All switching relays are UL and CSA listed, use standard “ice cube” replaceable relays, and are compatible with conventional and programmable thermostats. EXP Switching Relays can be expanded up to 20 zones with priority. Switching Relays are available in one, two, three, four and six zones. mfr# description webb# ZVC403 3 Zone Valve Control 165792 ZVC404 4 Zone Valve Control With Priority 165793 ZVC405 5 Zone Valve Control 165794 ZVC406 6 Zone Valve Control With Priority 165795

Zone Valves Mfr #

Zone Valve Transformer

mfr# description webb# 551-078RP Power Head f/551, 552, 553 69779 555-050RP Power Head f/570 Series 34894 AN024Q4A1 ESP NO/NC Actuator Head 251775

Parts & Accessories

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Replacement Parts

2-Wire, 24V valves with screw terminal wiring panel and auxiliary switch

70

242523

569-2

mfr# 568-19

3-Wire, 24V valves with screw terminal wiring panel and auxiliary switch

F84-0433

1” Sweat

Hydronics/steam

Two types of valves, 2-wire or 3-wire, for zoning hydronic systems up to 50 PSI. Features: • Self aligning barrel-type stem uses line pressure to seal off without binding on opening and closing. • Valve stem made of stainless steel. • Automatic recycling manual operator shows valve position at all times.

F84-0433

242522

573-2

571

Valve Assemblies: For 1311-102, 1361-102 (3/4”)

252725

3/4” Sweat

570-2

69630

Hydronic Zone Controls

F19-0104

1/2” Sweat

ESP 2-Way. NO/NC 24 VAC, 300 psi

Mfr #

WEBB#

Hydronic Controls

F19-0097

WEBB#

Heat Motor Zone Valves

572-2

1311-102

size & type connections

E100C

Conversion Kit for Valves Mfr #

application

Zone Valve Controls with PowerPort Option

74490 74491

ZVC404-EXP

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mfr# description webb# ZVC404-EXP 4 Zone Valve Control with Priority & 2 Power Ports 255092 ZVC406-EXP-2 6 Zone Valve Control with Priority & 2 Power Ports 360216

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Flow Control Valves Bell & Gossett

Flo-Control™ Valves Prevent gravity flow in forced hot water systems and permit summer/winter operation of indirect water heaters. • Removeable top cap allows easy cleaning and service without removing pipe connections. • Manual operating position for vertical lift disc to permit gravity circulation. mfr# Part # webb# SA3/4 107034 55268 SA1 107108 55269 SA11/4 107019 53631 SA11/2 107020 467 SA2 107021 468 SB3/4 107024 73183

Bell & Gossett

Circuit Setter® “RF”

Calibrated Balance Valves for Low Flow Applications

mfr# Part # webb# RF-3/4S 117411 111271

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Bell & Gossett

Available with 3”, 4”, & 6” on center and standard, barbed or swedged ends!

Circuit Setter® Plus Calibrated Balance Valves with NPT and Solder Connections

The Bell & Gossett Circuit Setter Plus calibrated balance valve is a precision machined ball type, triple purpose balancing instrument. It is precisely calibrated for use as a presettable balance valve, variable orifice flow meter and positive shut-off service valve. Valves are furnished with a calibrated nameplate and memory stop indicator which permits the valve to be preset to a fixed open position and then closed for service without disturbing valve setting. Construction Body: Bronze Ball: Brass Seat Rings: Glass and Carbon filled TFE Readout Valves: Brass with EPT check valves Stem “O” Ring: EPDM Maximum Working Pressure NPT Models: 300 psig Sweat Models: 200 psig Mfr #

Part #

Size

Conns.

CB-1/2S

117412

1/2

199863

CB-3/4S

117413

3/4

165900

CB-1S

117401

1

CB-11/4S

117402

11/4

Sweat

WEBB#

11/2

202614

2

202615

CB-1/2

117414

1/2

76559

CB-3/4

117415

3/4

76560

CB-1

117416

1

76561

CB-11/4

117103

11/4

CB-11/2

117104

11/2

CB-2

117105

2

76564

CB-21/2

117106

21/2

111269

76562 76563

111270

Copper Red Ring Monoflo® Fittings Copper Red Ring Monoflo Fittings let you use a single pipe to serve as both supply and return main. • Connect risers to the main, assuring proper diversion of water to each heating unit regardless of type and its position in the system.

Copper Manifolds with Standard Ends CC100 50 24 1 X 1/2 X 24 BR

3”

191815

CC100 75 24

1 X 3/4 X 24 BR

3”

209014

Part# size webb#

CC125 50 24

11/4 X 1/2 X 24 BR

3”

190876

108119

3/4” X 1/2”

455

CC125 75 24

11/4 X 3/4 X 24 BR

3”

190877

108120

1” X 1/2”

456

CC150 50 24

11/2 X 1/2 X 24 BR

3”

223340

108121

1” X 3/4”

457

CC100 50 18

1 X 1/2 X 18 BR

4”

191816

108122

11/4” X 1/2”

458

11/4” X 3/4”

459

11/2” X 3/4”

460

CC100 75 18

1 X 3/4 X 18 BR

4”

241217

108123

CC125 75 18

11/4 X 3/4 X 18 BR

4”

209015

108124

CC100 50 12

1 X 1/2 X 12 BR

6”

190876

CC100 75 12

1 X 3/4 X 12 BR

6”

241190

CC125 75 12

11/4 X 3/4 X 12 BR

6”

192193

CC125 50 24 FS

117404

3

ctr to ctr webb#

166711

117403

117107

size

192558

CB-11/2S

CB-3

mfr#

Copper Manifolds with Female (Swedged) Branch Ends CC100 50 24 FS 1 X 1/2 X 24 F SW 3” 224314

CB-2S

NPT

All manifolds are Type L copper, 6’ in length with a branch every 3”, 4”, or 6” on center. Contractor cuts to fit each application. Perfect for boiler header, zone manifolds, return manifolds or radiant manifolds.

Bell & Gossett

11/2 X 1/2 X 24 F SW

3”

221190

Monoflo® Fitting

6 Mono-Flow Tees

Hydronics/steam

The Bell & Gossett Circuit Setter “RF” calibrated balance valve is a precision machined ball type, triple purpose balancing instrument. It is precisely calibrated for use as a presettable balance valve, variable orifice flow meter and positive shut-off service valve for low flow applications. Valves are furnished with a calibrated nameplate and memory stop indicator. This permits the valve to be preset to a fixed open position and then closed for service without disturbing valve settings. Construction Body: Bronze Ball: Brass Seat Rings: Glass and Carbon filled TFE Readout Valves: Brass with EPT check valve Stem “O” Ring: EPDM Maximum Working Pressure Sweat Models: 200 psig

Manifolds & Heaters

mfr# description webb# 302-203 3/4” X 1/2” T-570 C X C 73369 302-205 1” X 3/4” T-570 C X C 73370 302-207 11/4” X 3/4” T-570 C X C 73371

Steel Boiler Headers mfr# description webb# 06703

11/4” X 1”, 2 Zone

91036

06704

11/4” X 1”, 3 Zone

91037

06705

11/4” X 1”, 4 Zone

91038

06700

11/4” X 3/4”, 2 Zone

95148

06701

11/4” X 3/4”, 3 Zone

95149

06702

11/4” X 3/4”, 4 Zone

95150

Flo-Checks mfr# Part # webb# 218-3 3/4” IPS Unviersal (C.I.) 30339 219-4 3/4” Horizontal (Bronze) 24888 241-4 1” Horizontal (Bronze) 24889 220-6 1’ Universal (C.I.) 24890 221-6 11/4’ Universal (C.I.) 24891 222-6 11/2’ Universal (C.I.) 24892 223-5 2’ Universal (C.I.) 24893

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Baseboard Petite 7

Baseboard Petite 9

®

Residential Hydronic Baseboard Radiation

High Capacity Baseboard Radiation Petite 9® Packages

Petite 7 hot water baseboard radiation offers the decorating advantages homeowners want most . . . the ease of assembly installing contractors demand . . . plus the performance excellence that assures long-term customer satisfaction.

Assembled Baseboard

• Low profile design. • Simple installation. • Superior performance.

Petite 7

Petite 7® Accessories

Petite 7® Packages Assembled Baseboard mfr# P77A2 P77A3 P77A4 P77A5 P77A6 P77A7 P77A8 P77A10

size Webb# 2’ X 3/4” 76168 3’ X 3/4” 24617 4’ X 3/4” 24616 5’ X 3/4” 24615 6’ X 3/4” 24614 7’ X 3/4” 24613 8’ X 3/4” 24612 10’ X 3/4” 67311

mfr# P7C3 P7C4 P7C5 P7C6 P7C7 P7C8

size webb# 3’ 24623 4’ 24622 5’ 24621 6’ 24620 7’ 24619 8’ 24618

Includes front panel, back panel, damper with pivot, hanger brackets all assembled and shipped in a single carton, 2” splicer set included with each 5’, 6’, and 8’ length.

Element Only mfr# 7ME4-2 7ME4-3 7ME4-4 7ME4-5 7ME4-6 7ME4-7 7ME4-8

size webb# 2’ X 3/4” 151644 3’ X 3/4” 24629 4’ X 3/4” 24628 5’ X 3/4” 24627 6’ X 3/4” 24626 7’ X 3/4” 24625 8’ X 3/4” 24624

Each carton contains four elements plus necessary plastic glides.

mfr# desc. webb# End Covers P105 3”, Right Hand 91183 P106 3”, Left Hand 91184 Hinged Valve End Cover P83 4”, Right Hand 24632 P84 4”, Left Hand 24633 Hinged Inside Corner P89 90° 24634 P90 135° 24635 Hinged Outside Corner P93 90° 24636 P94 135° 24637 Wall Trim P95 4” 24638 Splice Strip (3 pieces) P96 2” 24639 P97 7” 24640 P98 14” 24641 Tubing Support Hanger P102 Supply 24645 P103 Return 24646 Hanger Bracket P104 Snap In 24643

Baseboard Ratings

I=B=R Hot Water Ratings – Forced Circulation Based on 65° F Entering Air Temperature P77A Assembly with 3/4” Element (I=B=R Rated) Flow rate

GPM 4 1

BTUH per linear foot of active length at average water temperatures indicated °F

150° 155° 160° 165° 170° 175° 180° 185° 190° 195° 200° 205° 210° 215° 220° 225° 230° 235° 240° 410 440 480 510 540 570 600 630 670 700 730 760 800 840 870 900 930 960 990 390 420 450 480 510 540 570 600 630 660 690 720 760 790 820 850 880 910 940

Petite 9

mfr# P9CU100-2 P9CU100-3 P9CU100-4 P9CU100-5 P9CU100-6 P9CU100-7 P9CU100-8

Model P9CU75 complete assembled units (single pack) include one length each of back panel, front panel, damper-louver and 3/4” heating element. 10 GA. front panel, plus required support brackets and element cradle expansion clips. Panel joiner included with 5’, 6’, & 8’ lengths.

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mfr# P9CO-2 P9CO-3 P9CO-4 P9CO-5 P9CO-6 P9CO-7 P9CO-8

size webb# 2’ 24597 3’ 24596 4’ 24595 5’ 24594 6’ 24593 7’ 24592 8’ 24591

Model P9CO enclosure only assembled (single pack), includes one length each of back panel, 18 GA front panel, damper-louver and 1” heating element, plus required support brackets and element cradle expansion clips. Panel joiner included with 5’, 6’, & 8’ lengths. Element Only mfr# E75-2 E75-3 E75-4 E75-5 E75-6 E75-7 E75-8

size webb# 2’ X 3/4” 24590 3’ X 3/4” 24589 4’ X 3/4” 24588 5’ X 3/4” 24587 6’ X 3/4” 24586 7’ X 3/4” 24585 8’ X 3/4” 24584

mfr# desc. webb# Hinged End Caps P9-REC 4”, Right Hand 24598 P9-LEC 4”, Left Hand 30322 Hinged Valve End Cap P9-VECR 6”, Right Hand 24599 P9-VECL 6”, Left Hand 30323 Hinged Inside Corner P9-IC 90° 24600 P9-ICB 135° 24601 Hinged Outside Corner P9-OC 90° 24602 P9-OCB 135° 76170 Wall Trim P9-WJ 4” 179521 Standard Panel Joiner P9-PJ 2” 24606 Fill In Section P9-FIS 14” 76173 Return Tube Hanger P9-RTH Upper 24608 Support Bracket P9BR 76172

E75 3/4” CU tube elements only elements and cradles individually boxed.

Baseboard Ratings

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model# Flow rate hot water — BTU/HR./Lin.ft. Rate LB./HR. 140° 150° 160° 170° 180° 190° 200° 210° 220° P9 3/4” 2000 470 560 650 750 850 940 1040 1140 1240 P9 3/4” 500 445 530 620 710 800 890 980 1080 1170

Design Line is made of durable, rust proof, corrosion resistant extruded aluminum. It’s perfect for high moisture areas such as bathrooms. Durable, Long Lasting—Design Line construction is of sturdy extruded aluminum with locking die cast accessories. All are finished with baked-on enamel paint. Design Line can take abuse from vacuum cleaners, mops, and brooms with no dents or dings. Slim, Low, Silhouette—Design Line takes the bulk out of baseboards. Mounts close to the wall and rises only 6 1/2 off the floor. Design Line gives you more freedom for furniture placement. mfr# Bath3 Bath4 Bath5

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Enclosure Only

Petite 9 ® Accessories

Hydronics/steam

Includes front panel, back panel, damper with pivot, hanger brackets, and heating element with plastic glides all assembled and shipped in a single carton, 2” splicer set included with each 5’, 6’, and 8’ length.

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Tankless Coils

Freestanding Option: All vertical models are now available as a freestanding unit on forced circulation installations. When ordering, specifiy “FM” for floor mount before model no.

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Everhot External Tankless Water Heaters

Onix™ Radiant Hose

Everhot External Tankless Water Heaters service a wide range of domestic, commercial, and industrial applications — virtually anywhere there is a requirement for instantaneous hot water on demand. Capacities range from 4 gallons per minute to 125 gallons per minute. Models are available in both vertical and horizontal styles, with special models for radiation heaters, swimming pool heaters, indirect tank heaters, and converter applications. Standard Features: • Solid copper shell. • Reinforced copper, integral finned tubing. • Air vent coupling. • Attractive red jacket. • Three year warranty.

Onix Staple Up™ is the fastest, quietest, least expensive, and most hassle free way to install under floor radiant heating. Onix conducts heat through the flooring to warm your room quietly and evenly without changing your finished floor height. No need to install aluminum plates with this application. They’re simply not needed.

weight (lbs)

Sq. Ft. heat surface

female boiler fittings

male domestic water fittings

No. 6 “Deluxe”

37

17.43

2”

1/2”

123/4”

153/4”

8647

No. 8 “Deluxe”

43

23.98

2”

3/4”

123/4”

173/4”

8648

No. 10 “Super”

51

30.23

2”

3/4”

123/4”

193/4”

8649

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Onix Fittings

Trufin Tube Tankless Heaters mfr# Boiler Series

Description GPM Webb#

V1-5

5” X 121/4” – 8 BH

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National- U.S. (17-18, 70-101-109-209, 300) Crane (2-8-11-12, 202-300-302) 71/4” Dia. – 6 BH 5 Thatcher (G-OP)

77654

8630

SelfTite™ Clamps mfr# description webb# Onix SelfTite 663019-10 3/8” 68296 663022-10 1/2” 110640 663025-10 5/8” 88446 663029-100 3/4” 88440 6643244-10 1” 378859

Onix Couplings For making field repairs. Use Onix Couplings to make field repairs and connections when necessary. Be sure to use Watts Radiant’s SureClamps or SelfTities when making all field splice repairs and closely follow all guidelines. Order clamps separately. mfr# description webb# 677062-10 3/8” Onix Coupling 268945 677182-10 1/2” Onix Coupling 378860 677101-10 5/8” Onix Coupling 242627 677121-10 3/4” Onix Coupling 218873 677122-10 1” Onix Coupling 378861

Onix Elbow Fittings

For connecting Onix supply lines to baseboard or fan coils. Use these new Onix Elbow Fittings to make transitions to baseboards, radiators, or fan coils when using Onix as supply/return piping. Onix elbows make a neat, professional connection. Onix’s flexibility make it the preferred product for fast, easy connections, especially in retrofit applications. mfr# description webb# 185075-10 3/4” Onix x 3/4” Elbow 251571 185074-10 1/2” X 3/4” F SWT 263363 185625-10 5/8” X 3/4” F SWT 264421

Onix Stainless Steel T20 Fittings mfr# description webb# P689001-10 3/8” Onix X 3/4” BSP 253019 P689002-10 1/2” Onix X 3/4” BSP 283494

Onix Unwinder PE-5

Peerless (JO, JOT, 2, 2T)

61/4” X 141/4” – 12 BH

5

91059

SelfTite Pliers mfr# description webb# 669100 SelfTite Pliers 233449

8639

PF-5

Peerless (JO, JOT, EC, 2-2T, 7-7PF, 60-61-81, 8” Dia. 8 BH WB, LC/LCE)

5

ECT-5

Peerless (ECT-Steam)

51/8” c 11” – 8 BH

5

8635

TR-5

Trianco (Newport Horizon, DBC)

71/2” X 71/2” – 8 BH

5

69930

WE-624 WE-625 WE-626 G05

Weil-McLain (65-66-68-EG) Weil-McLain (42-62) 7” Dia – 8 BH Weil-McLain (Water Boilers – Specify Series) Weil-McLain (Gold) 73/4” Dia – 6 BH

4 5 6 5

92504 8618 8619 94757

65-S-5 Weil-Mclain (65-66-68–EG–Gold Steam Boilers)

6” X 10” – 8BH

5

8622

Other sizes/models available.

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SelfTite Onix Repair Kits

Each SelfTite Repair Kit contains two double-ended barbs and four clamps in a kit. Each kit includes instructions to help insure that the repair is done properly. Be sure to pressure test the repair after work is performed.

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Watts Radiant’s Onix Unwinder allow Onix coils to be quickly and easily unwound for easier and faster hose layout of the jobsite. The center post allows the Onix coil to move around without sliding off the Unwinder. Heavy-duty ballbearing construction means years of use and easy turning. mfr# description webb# 669231 Onix Hose Unwinder 84295

Hydronics/steam

T105

Burnham (V-1, V-7, V-9 – Specify Series)

mfr# description webb# 086061-160 3/8” X 160 Onix 68294 086061-180 3/8” X 180 Onix 68293 086061-200 3/8” X 200 Onix 68292 086081-50 1/2” X 50 Onix 210639 086081-200 1/2” X 200 Onix 68341 086081-300 1/2” X 300 Onix 165588 086101-50 5/8” X 50 Onix 204433 086101-100 5/8” X 100 Onix 204434 086101-300 5/8” X 300 Onix 192983 086121-50 3/4” X 50 Onix 76508 086121-100 3/4” X 100 Onix 90560 086161X-50 1” X 50 Onix 378858

Radiant

mfr# description Packaging webb# 660075 3/8” Onix SelfTite 2 Splices, 4 SelfTites 68298

Onix Barbs

For transitioning Onix to sweat fittings. Sweat Onix Barbs into copper tees or ball valves for easy field manifold connection. mfr# description webb# 684001-10 3/8” Onix X 1/2” Fitting Barb 68295 685001-10 1/2” Onix X 1/2” Fitting Barb 68344 686001-10 5/8” Onix X 1/2” Fitting Barb 88444 687001-10 3/4” Onix X 3/4” Fitting Barb 76507 688001-10 1” Onix X 1” Fitting Barb 194795

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Radiant Radiant PEX

Crimp X Male NPT Adapters

Radiant PEX Coils

mfr# description webb# PCMC33X-10 1/2” Crimp X 1/2” MPT 155494 PCMC44X-10 3/4” Crimp X 3/4” MPT 155496 PCMC55X-10 1” Crimp X 1” MPT 223666

For heating and snowmelting. Cross-linked polyethylene tubing manufactured with an EVOH oxygen barrier. All sizes are manufactured to ASTM F-876 and F-877 standards and to SDR-9 dimensions. E-PexB is durable, flexible, and has excellent flow characteristics. mfr# description webb# PB032061-600B 3/8” — 600’ 247399 PB032081-100B 1/2” — 100’ 155403 PB032081-300 1/2” — 300’ 273855 PB032081-600B 1/2” — 600’ 204253 PB032081-1000B 1/2” — 1000’ 223342 PB032101-600B 5/8” — 600’ 179259 PB032121-100B 3/4” — 100’ 194260 PB032121-600B 3/4” — 600’ 194258 PB032161-100 1” X 100’ 273865 PB032181-100 11/4” X 100’ 378865 PB032201-100 11/2” X 100’ 378866

Radiant Pex Sticks mfr# description webb# 81007368 3/4” and 20” Stick 318652 81007367 1” and 20” Stick 318653

Crimp X Crimp Brass Couplings mfr# description webb# PCC22X-10 3/8” Crimp Coupling 155481 PCC33X-10 1/2” Crimp Coupling 155482 PCC66X-10 5/8” Crimp Coupling 263150 PCC44X-10 3/4” Crimp Coupling 155484 PCC55X-10 1” Crimp Coupling 252496 PCC77X-10 11/4” X 11/4” Crimp Coupling 269339

Crimp X Male Sweat (copper fitting) Adapters mfr# description webb# PC637X-10 3/8” Crimp X 1/2” Male Sweat Adapter 155451 PC650X-10 1/2” Crimp X 1/2” Male Sweat Adapter 155453 PC660X-10 1/2” Crimp X 5/8” Male Sweat Adapter 263147 PC670X-10 3/4” Crimp X 5/8” Male Sweat Adapter 263148 PC675X-10 3/4” Crimp X 3/4” Male Sweat Adapter 155455 PC700X-10 1” Crimp X 1” Male Sweat Adapter 256252 PC725X-10 11/4” Crimp X 11/4” Male Sweat Adapter 378867

Crimp X Female Sweat (copper) Adapters mfr# description webb# PC750X-10 1/2” Crimp X 1/2” Female Sweat Adapter 155458 PC775X-10 3/4” Crimp X 3/4” Female Sweat Adapter 155470 PC780X-10 1” Crimp X 1” Female Sweat Adapter 269333 PC785X-10 11/4” Crimp X 11/4” Female Sweat Adapter 269334

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Crimp X Female Sweat (Copper Fitting) Elbow mfr# description webb# PCE34-10 1/2” Crimp X 3/4” Female Sweat Elbow 255116 PCE64-10 5/8” Crimp X 3/4” Female Sweat Elbow 283046 PCE44-10 3/4” Crimp X 3/4” Female Sweat Elbow 254528

Crimp X Crimp Elbows (Equal Elbows) mfr# description webb# PCE33X-10 1/2” Crimp X 1/2” Crimp Elbow 155440 PCE44X-10 3/4” Crimp X 3/4” Crimp Elbow 155442 PCE55X-10 1” Crimp X 1” Crimp Elbow 252489 PCE77X-10 11/4” Crimp X 11/4” Crimp Elbow 378868

PEX Swivel Crimp Fittings CazzBrass Crimp Swivel Fittings mfr# description webb# P689001-10 3/8” X 3/4” BSP Fitting 253019 P689002-10 1/2” X 3/4” BSP Fitting 283494

PEX Compression Fittings SS-T20F PEX Compression Fittings mfr# description webb# PX690001-10 3/8” SS-T20F PEX Compression Fitting 244196 PX690002-10 1/2” SS-T20F PEX Compression Fitting 244197 PX690003-10 5/8” SS-T20F PEX Compression Fitting 244198 PX690004-10 3/4” SS-T20F PEX Compression Fitting 251420

Mid-run Bend Supports

Helps make bends in walls and joist cavities. mfr# description webb# PSBM33X-10 3/8” and 1/2” Mid-run Bend Supports 209453 PSBM55X-10 5/8” and 1/2” Mid-run Bend Supports 243255

Terminal Bend Supports

The RadiantPEX-AL Advantage. RadiantPEX-AL is a composite pipe engineered for radiant floor heating. It’s proven, long lasting and maintenance-free. Installers like it because it’s lightweight, durable and can be shaped to fit any jobsite. The aluminum layer protects boiler systems against corrosion and it has superior temperature and pressure ratings. The RadiantPEX-AL Is Built to Last. RadiantPEX-AL pipe and fittings are manufactured to American Standard Testing Methods for requirements and test methods for materials, workmanship, dimensions, environmental stress cracking, sustained hydrostatic pressure strength, thermo-cycling resistance and bend strength, among other tests. RadiantPEX-AL meets or exceeds these specifications. The RadiantPEX-AL Press Fittings. Watts Radiant’s line of Press fittings offers a clean, reliable method of connections for RadiantPEX-AL. The Stainless Steel sleeve creates a permanent, unyielding union on the outside, while the double O-rings form a dependable internal seal. A polyethylene insulator protects against corrosion between brass and aluminum pipe layers. Choose from a wide variety of fitting styles and sizes to suit your needs and use just one tool to make all your connections. Press fittings are listed by NSF to NSF-PW and NSF-rfh and carry the UPC mark.

RadiantPEX-AL Coils RadiantPEX-AL is a PEX-AL-PEX tubing. It can be shaped to fit any job-sote condition. Use it for all floor heating and snow melting, as well as supply piping for other hydronic applications. Also available in sticks. mfr# description webb# RL08-300-OR RadiantPEX-AL, 1/2” X 300’ Coil 361074 RL08-1000-OR RadiantPEX-AL,1/2” X 1000’ Coil 361076 RL10-300-OR RadiantPEX-AL, 5/8” X 300’ Coil 361077 RL12-100-OR RadiantPEX-AL, 3/4” X 100’ Coil 361079 RL16-100-OR RadiantPEX-AL, 1” X 100’ Coil 361082

RadiantPEX-AL Compression Fittings RadiantPEX-AL SS-T20 (3/4” FBSP) Compression Fitting mfr# description webb# RLC01B08T20 Adapter, SS-T20 (3/4” FBSP) X 1/2” Compression 361260

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Radiant PEX-AL

Radiant

The RadiantPEX-AL Compression Fittings. The RadiantPEX-AL fitting system from Watts Radiant is as simple as it looks. All you need is a box-end wrench to tighten the nut. Made of solid brass, these fittings are for long, trouble-free service. Double O-rings and a brass compression ring insure a leak-proof connection. A polyethylene insulator protects against corrosion between brass and aluminum pipe layers. Compression fittings are listed by NSF to NSF-rfh.

Helps pipe transition out of the slab. mfr# description webb# PSB23X-10 3/8” and 1/2” Terminal Bend Supports 204603 PSB45X-10 5/8” and 3/4” Terminal Bend Supports 209454

PEX Plates

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Aluminum plates for underfloor & sandwich applications. PEX Plates are the traditional way to install PEX in underfloor and sandwich applications. mfr# description webb# P700524-100 PEX Underfloor Plates 5” X 24” 251425 P700250-20 Extruded Aluminum Plate 31/2” X 48” 361601

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Radiant

Radiant

Radiant CinchClamp

Onix CustomCut Manifolds

Stainless Steel Manifolds

Manifold End Cap

These connections are a cinch to make.

M-16 CustomCut

1” and 11/2” Stainless Steel Manifolds

These Manifold End Caps are used to cap off the end of a stainless Steel manifold when a vent-purge assembly is not used. Nickel-plated brass. Sold individually.

Why it’s a cinch: • Ratcheting tool provides easy one-tool assembly. • Connections can be dry-fit. • Connections can be made with wet tubing. • Final connections take only seconds. • CinchTool only releases when connection is complete, ensuring a perfect connection. • Can visually verify whether connection is completed – tab of clamp is “pinched”. • Connection rated to 160 psi @ 73ºF; 100 psi @ 180ºF. • Clamp is an interlocking ring, forming a complete 360º uniform, watertight seal. • Corrosion resistant, annealed stainless steel. • Uses ASTM F1807 brass or ASTM F2159 plastic insert fittings (plastic for potable systems only). • Warning: To ensure a perfect seal, the PEX pipe must be above 32ºF when the CinchClamp is applied.

Priced as a single manifold, not in pairs.

These manifolds truly represent state-of-the art quality and design. Stainless Steel manifolds are made of heavy-walled, DIN-standard stainless steel tubing from Germany’s finest steel mills. This tubing is carefully milled and machined by CNC machines, and robotically welded to meet the most exacting professional standards.

mfr# description webb# 204237 3/8” x 1” Brass Truck x 48” Long 240626 204237BV 3/8” x 1” Brass Truck x 48” Long w/BV 244052

Radiant PEX CrimpRing™ CustomCut Manifolds CrimpRing M-16 CustomCut Manifolds, 1/2” Barbs

Stainless Steel Cinch Clamps mfr# description webb# PCCC2X-10 3/8” CinchClamps 274166 PCCC3X-10 1/2” CinchClamps 274181 PCCC6X-10 5/8” CinchClamps 274926 PCCC4X-10 3/4” CinchClamps 274183 PCCC5X-10 1” CinchClamps 274185

mfr# description webb# PCCR2X-100 3/8” CrimpRing 155477 PCCR3X-100 1/2” CrimpRing 155478 PCCR6X-100 5/8” CrimpRing 263151 PCCR4X-100 3/4” CrimpRing 155480 PCCR5X-100 1” CrimpRing 253172 PCCR7X-100 11/4” CrimpRing 269554

Radiant PEX Base Branch CustomCut Manifolds

mfr# description webb# 205250 1/2” Brass Base Branch M-16 X 1” Brass Trunk X 48” long 155165

mfr# description webb# P669231 PEX Unwinder 190243

Mini Ball Valve For balancing and system service; supplied loose for field installation. Mini Ball Valves allow you to purge, balance, isolate, and regulate the flow of fluid to each individual circuit or manifold. Order Onix fittings to match.

This new Valve Actuator is an optional feature for mounting directly to the balancing manifold. The Valve Actuator provides on/off flow control to individual radiant circuits. Actuator is 24 Vac with four wires to connect to the thermostat and circulating pump. mfr# description webb# PZ656104 Valve Actuator SS Manifold 244194

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For connecting stainless manifolds to NPT fittings. mfr# description webb# D4201480N Transitional Fitting, 1” FBSP X 1” MNPT 251406

BSP to BSP Transition Fitting mfr# description webb# D3517020N Transition Elbow, 1” FBSP X 1” MBSP 319494

These 1” X 1” Manifold Couplings are used to connect two manifold pairs. For example, an M-4 can be connected to an M-3 using the coupler to make a M-7. Nickel-plated brass for corrosion resistance. Sold in pairs, or bags of 10 pairs.

Stainless Steel Manifold Accessories

mfr# description webb# D4201700-S Circuit Isolation Cap 251410

Circuit Isolation Mini Ball Valve

mfr# description webb# D4201725NR SS Trunk ISO Valve Red Handle 256486 SS Trunk ISO Valve Blue Handle

251403

Stainless Steel Manifold Pressure Test Kit

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For unused circuits in stainless steel manifolds.

The Isolation Ball Valves with Temperature Gauges include gauges to measure supply and return temperatures in °F for troubleshooting or system balancing.

D4201730NR

mfr# description webb# D402178N 1” X 1” Manifold Coupling 251408

Circuit Isolation Plug

mfr# description webb# D665161 Flowmeter Manifold Pressure Test Kit 251424

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BSP to NPT Transition Fitting

Add-a-Zones make it easy to add additional capacity to a manifold already installed. Just thread them onto the end of a manifold, or use them as a one-branch manifold (M-1).

Specially fitted for stainless steel manifolds.

mfr# description webb# 445332 1/2” Mini Ball Valve for 3/8” – 5/8” Barbs 218873

mfr# description webb# D4201715N Vent-and-Purge Assembly 251405

1” x 1” Manifold Coupling

Transitional Trunk Isolation Ball Valves with Temperature Gauge

Valve Actuator

The Vent-and-Purge Assembly allows purging of the zone at the manifold location. The Vent-andPurge Assembly consists of a 1” BSP sleeve nut for attaching to the end of the manifold, and a 3/8” manual air vent valve. Also includes a 1/2” hose fitting with a built-in ball valve to allow zone draining and filling. Nickel-plated brass. Sold Individually.

Add-a-Zone

mfr# description webb# D3804000SS Stainless Steel Add-A-Zone 1” 378864

Pex Unwinder Our Pex Unwinder handles all sizes of coils. The coil sits on the tripod and is held in place as it unwinds with four guide-bars. The PEX feeds through a guide-ring on top of the unwinder.

mfr# description webb# D3803002SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS, 2-Outlet 251396 D3803003SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS, 3-Outlet 251397 D3803004SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 4-Outlet 251398 D3803005SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 5-Outlet 378862 D3803006SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 6-Outlet 251399 D3803007SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 7-Outlet 378863 D3803008SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 8-Outlet 251400 D3803010SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 10-Outlet 251401 D3803012SS 1” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 12-Outlet 251402 D3807610SS 11/2” Flowmeter Manifold, SS 10-Outlet 368564

Vent-and-Purge Assembly

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Copper Crimp Rings

mfr# description webb# PC204250 1/2” CrimpRing M-16 X 1” Brass Trunk X 48” long 244053 PC204250BV 1/2” CrimpRing MBV M-16 X 1” Brass Trunk X 48” long 255324

Matching fittings and accessories are made of solid brass and heavily plated with nickel to match the appearance of the manifold trunk. Standard features include flow balancing valves and flow meters. Manifolds are sold in pre-mounted pairs.

mfr# description webb# D063064N Manifold End Cap 251404

For circuits on the supply manifold. The Circuit Isolation Mini-ball Valve is used to either positively shut-off a circuit, or to adjust the flow of a circuit on a manifold. Features a large handle for easy adjustment and control. Nickel-plated brass for corrosion resistance. May be used on any manifold with 3/4” BSP circuit threads (Stainless Steel Manifolds). mfr# description webb# D4201712-N Circuit Isolation Mini Ball Valve 251412

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mfr# description webb# 862HS1542 15 mm SubRay Header Stick 250394 862HS1842 18 mm SubRay Header Stick 250395

Sleepers

ClipTwister ScrewClip Tool

Install Aluminum Conduction Rolls above the sleepers, not below. Locating aluminum above the pipe reduces thermal striping. Try it and see for yourself. Each strip should be spaced about 1/2” apart, and installed perpendicular to the sleepers. Do not cover the header sticks with aluminum if your finish floor is nailed down. Use one roll for every 70 sq. ft. of heated floor.

The ClipTwister ScrewClip Tool is designed to install the ScrewClips easily into board-type insulation using a standard cordless drill. The ScrewClip is designed to hold 3/8” or 1/2” Onix, or 3/8”, 1/2” and 5/8” PEX. Simply screw the clip into the insulation, and snap the tubing into the clip.

mfr# description webb# 862ACS1650 862 Aluminum Cover 16” X 50’ 250387

C-Covers C-Covers (optional) are heavy steel covers that fit in the radiant channels. They come in 15 mm and 18 mm thickness. Typically used to protect supply/return lines that may run parallel to nailed strip flooring. Also used under superthin tile floors to support cement boards. Protects the tubing against errant mails or other fasteners. mfr# description webb# 862CC1848 862 C-Cover 18 mm (2” X 4’) 250389

Tools Basic Tubing Cutter

mfr# description webb# 862S1860 862 Sleepers, 18 mm (6” X 60”) 250397

Corner Sweeps Corner Sweeps are made of Group 1 Baltic Birch. This CNC-routed piece provides a nailing surface where the PEX turns a corner between the Header Sticks. Most rectangular rooms will need one or two sweeps per pipe circuit. For complex rooms see the SubRay Manual for guidance. mfr# description webb# 862 Corner Sweep, 18 mm (8” X 8”)

250391

Grippers Grippers are made of Group 1 Baltic Birch and are used for holding E-Pex tubing. Holds down with one screw. They are made to the same thickness as the Header Sticks and Sleepers. Not required for Onix. They are slightly less that 2” wide, so don’t used them for spacing the sleepers across the floor. Use two grippers for each PEX circuit, where it enters/leaves the floor. mfr# description webb# 862G18 862 Gripper, 15 mm 250393

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mfr# description webb# PTC300 Cutter 269616

Cinch Tool mfr# description webb# 0651060 Cinch Tool 274186

Ratcheting Cinch Tool mfr# description webb# 0651059 Ratch Cinch Tool 372759

mfr# description webb# P667450 ClipTwister Screwtip Tool 244183 PAC1620 Foamboard ScrewClip 111524

Electric Floor Warming

Staple Guns & Staples

HeatWeave mats warm almost any floor covering. They work great in new construction or remodeling and in projects of any size.

mfr# description webb# 668510 Onix 3/8” Staple Gun 68301 P668509 PEX 1/2” Staple Gun 204414 668018-1660 Staples for both 3/8” & 1/2” 68302

Staple Gun Accessories mfr# description webb# 668515 Staple Gun Extention Arm Kit 250386 668521 Staple Plate Conversion Kit (3/8” Onix) 166064

NailTites For securing Onix to subfloors using a hammer. NailTites are used to hold Onix wherever a staple gun cannot get into a tight area. These NailTites are strong and easy to use. These NailTites can also be used for wires, pipe, or other unique installation applications. mfr# description webb# 691060-100 Onix 3/8” NailTites 68297 691083-100 Onix 1/2” NailTites 68346

mfr# description webb# 0650872 15” Crimpall Tool Kit 261726 0650879 19” Crimpall Tool Kit 269555 RLPAJ15-K1 15” Pressall Jaw Kit 361424

Foamboard Stapler The Foamboard Stapler is designed to staple 3/8” and 1/2” onix, and 3/8” to 3/4” PEX to a wide variety of foam insulation boards. The stapler comes fully assembled and used 1.6” and 2.4” plastic staples. Use 1.6” staples for 1” insulation boards, and 2.4” staples for 2” (or thicker) insulation boards. The Foamboard Stapler holds up to 120 staples. Reduce pipe installation time and increase productivity.

The best fastener for 3/8” and 1/2” underfloor PEX applications. Our LockDown Fastener is designed specifically for underfloor PEX applications. Its loose hold allows PEX to move during expansion and contraction of the tubing. Use LockDown for attaching 3/8” or 1/2” PEX; do not use it for 5/8” PEX as it will fit too tightly. Order five LockDowns for 10’ of PEX. Follow our Installation Guidelines carefully. The LockDown won’t pop open like other similar clips you may have seen. Try it and you’ll like it! mfr# description webb# P667100-100 PEX Lockdown Fastener, 3/8” –1/2” 243260

mfr# description webb# P667400 Stapler 241962 P667300-300 (300) 1.6” Staples 245750 P667350-300 (300) 2.4” Staples 243806 P667350-1200 (1,200) 2.4” Staples 243807

Heat Cold Rooms You can heat most rooms with a HeatWeave floor. Send in your plans for a free evaluation.

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Feel Wonderful HeatWeave is true radiant heating. It feels like a gentle foot massage or a walk on a warm beach. Warm floors are also dry floors and that’s important in your bathroom, kitchen, or sunroom.

LockDown Fasteners

Crimpall Tool Kit

Warm Your Floors

Hydronics/steam

Sleepers are installed 2” apart to form the 2” radiant channels that hold the radiant tubing. Sleepers are made in two thicknesses, 15mm (for 3/8” PEX) and 18 mm (for 1/2” PEX and 3/8” Onix). Made with 11 laminations to ensure a precise fit on your radiant floor. Allow about 30 sleepers for each 100 sq. ft. of floor.

862CS18

Aluminum Conduction Roll

Radiant

t

Cabinet-grade Baltic Birch Header Sticks are used to hold loops of Pex at opposite ends of a room. Special Patent-pending design holds PEX without squeaking or popping. They are made in two thicknesses, 15 mm and 18 mm. Order 15 mm components for 3/8”; order 18 mm for 1/2” PEX or 3/8” Onix. They are built with 11 laminations and CNC routed to precise dimensions to give floor manufacturers to ensure fastener holding capacity. Each stick is 42” long and contains three bends (one bend pictured). If using strip hardwood flooring, run sticks the same way as (parallel to) the flooring. Allow for enough length of Header Sticks to run along two opposite walls.

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Header Sticks

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SubRay™ Radiant System

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Radiant

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Control Your Comfort Your HeatWeave FloorStat™ uses an underfloor sensor for selecting temperature selection. An optional Programmable FloorStat turns your system on and off based on your personal schedule. Both models contain a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI).

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Burner & Blower Motors Oil Burner Motors

Taco Circulator Motors

Features: • Totally enclosed and semi-enclosed construction (semi-enclosed are totally enclosed except for shaft end). • Split phase or capacitor start designs. • Single phase. • Sleeve bearing. • Manual reset thermal protection. O600, O601, O004 • Electronically reversible. • NEMA M or N flange designs.

Split Phase MFR#

HP

RPM

O600

1/8

1725

O100

Encl.

amps

Nema frame

Webb#

2.8

48N

45616

115

TENV SemiEncl. TENV SemiEncl.

O601

1/6

O004

1/4

3450

2.5

48M

45615

2.7 4.8

45617

48N

70050

PSC Oil Burner Motors Permanent slip capacitor (PSC), lower amp draw, cooler operation, fewer failures and delivers more power. Ball bearings for longer life. description 1/7 HP 3450 HP, 115V Beckett AF II

webb# 208685 95780

webb# 222401 263169

Commercial Oil Burner Motor mfr# description For 201, 301 CRD, Carlin 27656S 1/4 HP, 115V, 60HZ, 1 Phase, 3450 rpm

MFR#

HP

B206

1/4

B207

1/3

B208

1/2

RPM

Volts

amps

1775

115

6.1

Nema frame

SERVICE FACTOR

5.0 7.2

45608

RPM

Volts

amps

D164

3/4

1725

115

10.0

56

45610

SERVICE FACTOR

Bell & Gossett

webb#

4.8

X002 1/3

7.8

X004 1/2 X009

3/4

1075

3

115

1.25

9.6 10.2

1725

115

Nema amps frame 2.7 3.0

SERVICE FACTOR

48Y

1.4

Description

Webb#

110 Circulator Motor Assembly, 1/2 HP

54554

Webb# 69856 69857

webb# 54553 69669

B & G Circulator Motors Series 100 booster pumps

45611

description

100 NFI

100 BI

100 AB

100 BHR

Webb#

Power Pack Motor

111034

111034

111034

111034

53634

Ring Motor Mount Set

118223

118223

118223

118223

53535

booster pumps

111034

description

HV NFI

NV BI

HV AB

HV BNFI

Webb#

Power Pack Motor

111061

111061

111061

111061

71975

description

1” PR

Webb#

Power Pack Motor

111031

71974

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B & G Circulator Couplings H24-40W

5.0 Sleeve

1/8

Webb#

30 OV “A” MFR# HP RPM SPDS Volts amps BRG CAP DIM SHAFT Webb#

X000 1/4

1/12

Volts

mfr# description 110-009RP 110 Coupler TP425 110 Coupler

Split Phase, NEMA Service Factor HP

X700 X701

RPM

Taco Circulator Couplings

45609

1.25

MFR#

HP

MFR#

Webb#

1.35

48Y

Nema frame

MFR#

110-223RP

Features: • Permanent split capacitor. • Single phase. • Direct drive, air over. • Open enclosure. • Sleeve bearing. • Automatic reset thermal protection. • 21/4” resilient rings. • 21/2” enlarger bands included. • 1/2” x 4” shaft with flat. • 11/2” extended thru bolts. • Grommeted lead exit. • 36” leads. • Reversing plug.

Permanent slip capacitor (PSC), automatic thermal overload protection system, lower amp draw and sealed ball bearings.

description 1/6, 1/7 HP, 115V, 48M, 3450 rpm 1/4 HP, 115V, 48M, 3430 rpm

B206, B207, B208

Direct Drive Fan and Blower Motors

PSC Oil Burner Motors

mfr# 98022S 98630S

Features: • Split phase or capacitor start designs. • Drip proof. • Sleeve bearing. • Resilient base. • Automatic reset thermal protection. • Electronically reversible. • NEMA mounting dimensions.

• Resilient ring mount. • Automatic reset. • Fits Taco hot water circulators. • CCW fixed rotation (viewed opposite shaft end).

motors / accessories

mfr# 21805U 21444U

Features: • Split phase. • Single phase. • Dripproof. • Sleeve bearing.

Belted Fan and Blower Motors

Split Phase, NEMA Service Factor

Volts

1/7

Circulator Motors & Accessories

41/4 43/4

10.0 51/2 15.0 53/4

mfr# description webb# B & G Couplings H24-40W 1/12 – 1/6 HP Spiral 118705 69681 H24-10W 1/12 – 1/6 HP Zinc Spring 118705 28553 H24-60W 1/4 – 1/3 HP Cast Iron Spring 118723 69659 H24-15W 1/12 – 1/6 HP Cast Iron 118705 259933 H24-62W 1/2 – 3/4 HP Cast Iron 118473 259934 186410 1 HP Cast Iron Spring 53639

H24-10W

45612 1/2 X 4

45613 45614 91941

2761 H24-60W

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“Lau-Pak” – Sleeve Sealed Type with Insulator Self-aligning, factory packed with a supply of plastic petroleum assuring proper lubrication during long life of bearing. Self-aligning porous bronze sleeve pressed in housing.

38-2443-01 38-2443-02 38-2443-03

5/8”

1”

91943 91942 91944

Lau Oil Type – Sleeve Bearings with Insulator Self aligning, self-oiling, with bronze bushing held in housing under light, uniform spring pressure, which provides uniform distribution of lubricant through pores of bushing. Drive type oil cup. Temp. range mfr# DIA. mIN. MAX. od 38-2404-01 38-2442-01 38-2442-02

5/8” Lau 3/4” Lau

1” Lau

40°F 135°F 113/16” 40°F 135°F 113/16” 40°F 135°F 21/2”

webb# 91945 91946 91947

3/4”**

1”

40°F 40°F 40°F

135°F 113/16” 135°F 113/16” 135°F 113/16”

91954 91955 91956

5/8” 3/4”

1”

270-069-01 270-072-01 270-089-17 270-089-12 024768-10 024768-04

91957 91958 91959

5/8” 3/4”

1”

(Packaged 12 per bag) Resilient rubber pads that snap easily into place. Eliminates vibration, wear and noise on blowers, fans, motors, etc.

mfr#

Heavy neoprene cushioned. Reoilable porous bronze bushing in a pressed steel ball unit, firmly held in a housing of two-piece interlocking steel. Self-aligning static free and quiet operating. This high quality pillow block will assure many years of trouble-free performance.

38-2521-01

38-2204-01 38-2086-01 38-2087-01

5/8” 3/4”

1”

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40°F 40°F 40°F

135°F 135°F 135°F

webb# 91951 91952 91953

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91960

5/8” 3/4” 5/8” 3/4” 5/8” 3/4” 3/4” 1” 3/4”

5” 5” 6” 6” 7” 7” 8” 8” 6”

119014 91966 119015 91967 119016 111068 119009 119013 91967

Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel Steel

For use where operating conditions exceed the limits of sleeve bearing or where repititive failures occur. These bearings are pre-lubricated at the factory and require no further lubrication or attention. They are equipped with seats for positive grease retention and protection against contaminants. mfr# Temp Range

dia. O.D. webb#

38-2588-01 38-2590-01

3/4”*

-20°F +250°F -20°F +250°F

1”*

113/16” 217/32”

119008 163604

* With interlocking thrust collar

Sleeve Bearing Bracket Kit Especially designed to fit most blowers from 9” to 16” sizes. This sturdy, compact, 10 gauge steel bearing and bracket is completely assembled ready to mount. The sintered bronze ball assembly is securely held in a spherical rubber isolating liner to assure maximum absorbtion of vibration, quiet operation, constant self-alignment and long life. Packaged in pairs with Shaft and Hardware Group. • Ideal for replacing. • obsolete pillow blocks. • Streamlined bearing may also be used in some evaporative cooler applications.

SHAFT MAX SHAFT mfr# dia. h.p. length 029175-01 3/4”

3/4 HP

20”

webb# 119010

Motor Adjustment Grommets Resilient rubber tips for use with tail-piece assembly to reduce motor vibration and noise.

webb# 91961

mfr#

Shafts Resilient rubber tips for use with tail-piece assembly to reduce motor vibration and noise.

webb# 91970

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Packaged 6 per bag.

Motor Adjustment Kit

Oil Type – Sleeve Bearings with Insulator

Tail-piece for proper belt tension adjustment. 38-2523-01

91966 91967 91968 91969 119314 185821

31/4” Cast Iron 31/4” Cast Iron 4” Cast Iron 4” Cast Iron 31/4” Die Cast 4” Die Cast

mfr# Shaft Dia Material webb#

38-2525-01

mfr#

webb#

Whether steel, die cast, or cast iron all pulleys are tested for smooth, true running to insure quiet operation and long belt life. 38-2507-01 38-2213-01 38-2508-01 38-2214-01 38-2509-01 38-2215-01 38-2217-01 38-2218-01 38-2214-01

webb#

Motor attachment and adjustment hardware for 9”, 10”, 12”, and 15” blowers.

Pillow Black Sleeve Bearings

1/2”

O.D.

Blower Pulleys

Vibro Pads

Motor Mounting Hardware Kit 91948 91949 91950

(cont.)

Precision built for perfect balance, to assure smooth, quiet, vibrationless performance. Permits speed variation of approximately 30%. Grooves are accurately finished for proper belt seating, insuring maximum drive efficiency and long belt life. Finished for corrosion resistance and tested for true running.

(Packaged 12 per bag) mfr# DIA. webb#

Sealed Type Ball Bearings with Insulator

Variable Pitch Motor Pulleys

mfr# Shaft

38-2209-01

webb#

Conaire

Thrust Spacer Kit

* With Thrust Collar and Spacer ** With Journal

Temp. range mfr# DIA. mIN. MAX.

Blower Parts

motors / accessories

3/4”*

38-2431-01 38-2206-01 38-2207-01

mfr#

This cartridge type bearing has been designed to give you fast, easy interchangeability. It will fit any “spider type” bracket used on 9”, 10”, and 12” blowers.

38-2091-01 38-2272-01 38-2090-01

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Sheet metal thrust collar in 3/4”, 5/8” and 1” size. All with hollow head (Allen) set screws. Kit consists of one pair packaged with thrust washers.

38-2491-01 38-2491-02 38-2491-03

Cartridge Type Sleeve Bearings

Temp. range mfr# DIA. mIN. MAX. od

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mfr# DIA. webb#

webb#

40°F 135°F 113/16” 40°F 135°F 113/16” 40°F 135°F 21/2”

3/4”

SECTION

Thrust Collar Kit

Conaire

Temp. range mfr# DIA. mIN. MAX. od

SECTION

Self-aligning, self-oiling with sintered bronze bushings and drive type oil cups.

webb# 91962

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shaft dia. O.D.

38-2450-01 38-2449-01 38-2094-01

3/4”

1” 1” Heavy Duty

127/32” 127/32” 21/2”

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mfr# DIA. Length 38-2205-01 38-2096-01 38-2095-01

5/8” 3/4”

1”

20” 20” 25”

webb# 91963 91964 91965

webb# 163602 119007 163599

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V-Belts PurePro® V-Belts 4L V-Belts – 1/2” top width mfr#

description

webb#

mfr#

description

4L220W 4L230W

4L, 22”

100568

4L390W

4L, 39”

69710

4L, 23”

185481

4L400W

4L, 40”

69711

4L240W

4L, 24”

215878

4L410W

4L, 41”

69712

4L250W

4L, 25”

69696

4L420W

4L, 42”

69713

4L260W

4L, 26”

69697

4L430W

4L, 43”

69714

4L270W

4L, 27”

69698

4L440W

4L, 44”

69715

4L280W

4L, 28”

69699

4L450W

4L, 45”

69716

4L290W

4L, 29”

69700

4L460W

4L, 46”

69717

4L300W

4L, 30”

69701

4L470W

4L, 47”

69718

4L310W

4L, 31”

69702

4L480W

4L, 48”

69719

4L320W

4L, 32”

69703

4L490W

4L, 49”

69720

4L330W

4L, 33”

69704

4L500W

4L, 50”

69721

4L340W

4L, 34”

69705

4L510W

4L, 51”

104305

4L350W

4L, 35”

69706

4L520W

4L, 52”

104421

4L360W

4L, 36”

69707

4L530W

4L, 53”

185482

4L370W

4L, 37”

69708

4L540W

4L, 54”

104680

4L380W

4L, 38”

69709

4L550W

4L, 55”

104829

4L560W

4L, 56”

104969

4L570W

4L, 57”

105106

Note: Additional sizes in stock

webb#

Mars FHP B-Belts MARS FHP – 4L B-Belts mfr#

description

mfr#

description

94424

32” B

webb# 191186

94438

46” B

webb# 191204

94425

33” B

191187

94439

47” B

191205

94426

34” B

191188

94440

48” B

191206

94427

35” B

191189

94441

49” B

191207

94428

36” B

191190

94442

50” B

191208

94429

37” B

191191

94443

51” B

191209

94430

38” B

191192

94444

52” B

191210

94431

39” B

191193

94445

53” B

191211

94432

40” B

191194

94446

54” B

191212

94433

41” B

191195

94447

55” B

191213

94434

42” B

191196

94448

56” B

191214

94435

43” B

191201

94449

57” B

191215

94436

44” B

191202

94437

45” B

191203

Note: Additional sizes in stock

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Gas Burner G3B Power Gas Burner 60K - 180K BTU The G3B is a power gas burner for natural or propane gas—completely assembled, using premix combustion and hot surface ignition with lame rectification flame sensing. Features: • Converts from propane to natural gas with just an orifice change— no conversion kit needed. • Factory-packaged with combustion control and gas fuel train. • 60,000 to 180,000 Btuh­—ideal for small to large homes. • Quiet and clean. • Dependable, hot surface ignition for quick, clean light-off. • Compact, efficient flame pattern. • Does not require a refractory liner—fires with or without a combustion chamber. • Ideal for high-efficiency wet-based boilers. • Superior for use in 2, 3, 4 or 5-section boilers. • Calibrated air throttle for easy adjustment. • Universal mounting flange. • Low-energy motor—only 0.40 amp • Includes 1-year warranty. mfr# 74245 74252

description G3B With 6” Tube G3B With 9” Tube

webb# 185221 95235

EZ-Gas Power Gas Burner 50K - 275K BTU

mfr# 9859210AFR1A 9859210BFR1

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Features: • Converts from propane to natural gas with just an orifice change— no conversion kit needed. • Fires negative or positive chambers from 50,000 to 275,000 Btuh input. • Provides dependable, direct-spark ignition of main flame—for quick, clean light offs. • Comes standard with time-tested solid state ignition and state-of-the-art microprocessor control technology. • Factory-packaged with combustion control and gas fuel train. • Shipped completely assembled and wired—for “EZ” installation and start-up. • Diagnostic LED lights annunciated operating mode: Self-check, Flame-on, Recycle, Lockout and Latch-up. • High-efficiency, compact flame pattern design ensures clean, quiet operation. • Does not require a refractory liner—fires with or without a combustion chamber. • Available with custom welded air tube flange (and/or optional pedestal) to accommodate most appliance mounting requirements. • Includes 1-year warranty.


Ignition Modules

780-001

SECTION

8

8

Ignition Modules

Gas Ignition Controls

Replacement Controls and Components

Universal Ignition Controls

Ignition Control Units

Robertshaw’s Universal Ignition Control Uni-Kits feature a flame sense circuit that will work equally well on a one rod (local sense) or a two rod (remote sense) application. 780-001 (Nonlockout) The automatic recycle features assure that, in the event of flame failure, main gas is disabled and the spark repetition sequence is restarted until pilot gas is ignited. Only after pilot ignition has been re-established can main gas be returned to the burner. 780-002 (Lockout) These kits have a lockout feature to shut off all gas in the furnace, should pilot ignition fail to occur after a predetermined time period. The 780-002 provides 3 tries for ignition, each ignition period is 90 seconds followed by a 6 minute time delay between ignition attempts. After 3 tries if no pilot flame is sensed, unit goes into lockout and must be reset at the thermostat.

780-015 Add-on lockout module. Using the 780-015 module with 780-715 module will give application lockout timing function for use on LP gas, 60 second timing lockout on pilot and main gas flow. 780-735 Lockout Model. Flame rectification system. Use with gas valves 7000 BDER and 7100 DER. Has 60 second lockout timing. 780-845 Universal lockout model has three 90 second valve trials interrupted by a six minute purge cycle before 100% lockout.

mfr# 780-001 780-002

780-785

SECTION

description Non-Lockout Lockout

780-735

mfr# 780-015 780-735 780-845

webb# 118693 75124

description Non-Lockout Flame Rectification System Lockout Flame Rectification System Gas Ignition Control

webb# 105020 73462 167191

780 Series Hot Surface Ignition Module

Automatic Pilot Relight Kits

The 780 Series Hot Surface Ignition Modules are designed for use on gas fired heating systems The system acts on a demand for heat by a switch or thermostat to supply power to the ignition control. On non pre-purge models, the ignitor will be energized immediately and remain on for wither of two optional selected ignitor heat-up time approximately 17 or 34 seconds. For models with the prepurge option, there is a time delay equal to the heat-up time selected before the ignitor is energized.

The Robertshaw 785 Series automatic Pilot Relight Kits are designed for use on rooftop heating equipment, water heaters, boilers, space heaters, unit heaters, dryers, and other commercial, industrial, and residential appliances where the problem of pilot outage may occur. It should only be applied to those systems which already incorporate the necessary pilot-safety control system.

mfr# 780-785 780-787

description Gas Ignition Control Gas Ignition Control

785-001

webb# 167059 246666

mfr# 785-001

description Automatic Pilot Relight Kit

webb# 79497

Pilot Relite Control 780-910 Universal Hot Surface Ignition Module

Uni-Kit®

The relite control generates sparks until a pilot flame is sensed between the electrode and ground. When flame current is sensed between the electrode and pilot burner ground, the relite control stops sparking. If the flame is extinguished during the heat call, the relite control will begin sparking the instant the flame goes out.

780-910

mfr# 780-910

description Universal Hot Surface Ignition Module

webb# 155174

5059-23

The Hot Surface ignition Unit is a microprocessor based gas ignition control designed primarily for direct ignition and burner supervision applications such as gas furnaces, boilers, water heaters and other similar devices.

900-575 Module Tester The 900-575 Test Kit is designed specifically for the professional service technician. Now an electronic ignition module — intermittent pilot, direct spark, hot surface can be quickly and accurately diagnosed at the job site. The 900-575 Tester will diagnose all the circuit functions on an I.C.U. Checking for proper sequence of operation and/or failure. No more guessing which part to replace. With the 900-575 change out the defective part the first time, not on a return call back. 900-575

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description webb# Spark Plug and 1/4” Spade Connectors 79497

Ignition Module for Hot Surface Ignition Systems

Test Equipment

mfr# description 900-575 Ignition Module Tester 720001W Quick Look Tester Q/L

ELECTRICAL mfr# INPUT VOLTAGE RATING 5059-23 24 Vac 0.03 Amps

webb# 152947 360275

MFR#

50E47-150

50E47-70

50E47 Prepurge time (in seconds)

4 Seconds

45 Seconds

0 Seconds

50E47-140 50E47-150 50E47-170

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Ignitor warm-up time

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45 Seconds

30 Seconds 0 Seconds

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The 780-910 Universal Hot Surface Ignition Module Uni-Kit is designed for use on gas fired systems. It is equipped with a self diagnostic green LED for quick troubleshooting. The LED indicates if the system is in normal operati on, has gone into lockout, has a weak flame signal, or has an internal error (a defective module).


Ignition Modules

SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Ignition Modules Spark Ignitor

Ignition Controls G600, G670

Q347

G600/G760 ignition controls are reliable, proven circuitry replacements for G60, G67 controls. In most cases the replacement controls have mounting configurations identical to the original device. Replacement controls feature precision timing for lockout models.

Produces spark for direct ignition of main burner. • Includes inner Kanthal electrode with ceramic insulator, bracket and Kanthol ground strap. • Use with S87C, D, K; S89E, F and Q354A.

Note: G600/G670 ignition control replacement parts must be used only for field replacement of existing equipment. These replacement parts must not be used for new field applications. MFR#

100% Lockout

G600AX-1C

remarks

Webb#

Yes

24 Vac, Terminal Bard Wiring

97579

No

24 Vac, 1/4” Spade Wiring Connections

192971

No

G670AW-1C

G600

damper plug

mfr# Rod Angle Q347A1004 Standard Orientation Q347

S8610U

The G779 Universal Replacement Intermittent Pilot ignition Control replaces many existing intermittent pilot controls made by various manufacturers. It is a safety control designed for indirect burner ignition and supervision. The G779 can be used with all gas-fired appliances with a maximum firing rate of 400,000 Btu/hr. G779

Applications The G779 replaces existing intermittent pilot ignition controls with the following specifications: • Flame detection using flame rectification technology (ability of a flame to conduct and rectify current). • Integral or remote flame sensing. • Non-100% lockout, 100% lockout, or 100% shutoff with continuous retry. • Trial for ignition period greater than or equal to 25 seconds. • Prepurge period less than 1 second. • Pilot burners with flow rates of 1,500 Btu-hr or less. • Operating with or without vent dampers.

Specifications Operating voltage Ignition source Prepurge Number of trials before 100% shutoff Trial time for ignition Retry delay period Flame failure response time Type of gas mfr# G779LHA-1C

92

24 Vac at 50/60 Hz High voltage spark, capactive discharge Less than one second One 25 Seconds 5 Minutes 0.8 Seconds Natural, Liquified Petroleum (LP), manufactured, mixed or LP gas-air mix

Field service replacement for most Honeywell, Robertshaw, Johnson, and UTEC (HSC) Intermittent Pilot Ignition Modules. Provides electronic control of most intermittent pilot ignition systems used on gas-fired furnaces, boilers, and other heating appliances. • Provides ignition sequence, flame monitoring and safety shutoff for intermittent pilot central furnaces and heating appliances. • Provides 100 percent pilot gas shutoff if pilot fails to light; after 6-minute delay, trial for ignition is repeated. Ignition trial/delay sequence is repeated until the appliance lights or call for heat is removed. • For use in single rod of dual rod/remote sense applications. • Includes relay contacts for use with any intermittent pilot has control string with maximum 1.0A pilot or 2.0A main valve rating; Honeywell VR8204, VR8304 or VR8345M combination gas control recommended. Ignition Lockout Ignition Trials mfr# Description trial time timing to lockout webb# S8610U3009 Intermittent Pilot Control Continuous Retry 90 Sec. Max. Continuous Retry 74468

Universal Hot Surface Ignition Module S8910U Provides operating control of a direct ignition system using a 120 Vac hot surface ignitor. • Provides easy field-replacement of a wide range of hot surface ignition modules manufactured by Honeywell, Robertshaw, and White-Rodgers. Refer to the product specifications sheet for specific models that can be replaced by the S8910U. • For 120 Vac (up to 5.0A) hot surface igniter (Norton 201/271 or equivalent). S8910U

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The S8910U can be used only for direct replacement of specific installed models. Check the product specification sheet before replacing an existing hot surface module with the S8910U. If the existing module is not listed, do not use the S8910U to replace it. Always use the selection tab specified in the product specification sheet for the existing module being replaced. Replacement of an unlisted module or use of a selection tab other than specified can result in appliance malfunction. Ignition Lockout Ignition Trials mfr# Description trial time timing to lockout webb# S8610U1000 Hot Surface Ignition Control 4 Sec. or 7 Sec. 4 Sec. or 7 Sec. 1 or 3 92054

description webb# Universal Intermittent Pilot Ignition Control 110805

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The G779 is not designed to replace ignition controls with the following specifications: • Pilot flame detection by any means other than flame rectification. • Trial for ignition period of less than 25 seconds. • Prepurge period greater than or equal to 1 second. • Standing pilot applications.

Universal Intermittent Pilot Module S8610U

Universal Replacement Intermittent Pilot Ignition Control G779

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Ignition Modules

SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Gas Valves

Gas Ignition Modules

Water Heating

S89C Hot Surface Ignition Module

Domestic, Commercial & Recreational Vehicle Water Heater Thermostat Uni-Kits® 110 Series The 110-Series Water Heater Thermostat Uni-Kit® and Commercial Water Heater Thermostat Uni-Kit were designed for universal replacement applications. All models feature built-in, noncycling Energy Cut-Off (ECO) system to shut off all gas to the water heater in case of excessive water temperatures. All models have a 51/2” sensing element and vary by inlet and outlet size, shank length, regulator type and setting.

Provide electronic control of 120V hot surface ignition systems used in furnaces, boilers and other heating appliances. • S89C is for systems with combination ignitor-sensor. • Use with Norton 201 Hot Surface Ignitors or equivalent. • Lockout after one trial for igniting if main burner fails to ignite. • Reset from thermostat after lockout. mfr# S89C1087 S89C1095

S89C

Lockout timing 6 Sec. 15 Sec.

ignition Trial TIme 6 Sec. 15 Sec.

webb# 95080 152200

MFR#

110-202

Ignition sequence

typical gas control

Gas type

Webb#

Continuous Retry (after trial for ignition, pilot gas shuts off for 5 minutes, then another trial for pilot ignition takes place)

VR8304M Dual Valve Combination Gas Control

LP/Natural

74467

S9200U1000

–40° F to +175° F

30 seconds

HSI HEAT HEAT WARMUP POST- ON FAN OFF FAN TIME PURGE DELAY DELAY 17/27 or 30/30 seconds

15 seconds

30 or 60 seconds

60, 90, 120, or 180 seconds

85376

23/8”

3.5” W.C. Natural Gas

246749

13/8”

3.5” W.C. Natural Gas

73452

Domestic and Commercial LP Gas Water Heater Thermostat Uni-Kits®

Temp. Setting

110-262

160º

110-265

160º

110-285

180º

Shank Length

PresSure regulator setting

Webb#

1/2” Inverted

1/2” Pipe

Flare

Preset @ 10.0 (Adjustable from 9” W.C. - 12” W.C.)

13/8”

73449

COOL FAN ON DELAY

5 seconds

1/2” Pipe

1/2” Inverted Flare (Left hand Threads)

13/8”

Preset @ 10.0 (Adjustable from 9” W.C. - 12” W.C.)

11/2”

73450 75123

700 (70000GO) Commercial 700-800 Series bleed gas diaphragm valves feature: automatic pilot valve, bleed gas operator, inlet and outlet screens, manual “gas cock” valve, pilot adjusting key, pilot gas filter and pressure regulator (optional by model). Pressure Regulator Factory set at 3.5” W.C. MFR#

INLET size (FPT)

Outlet SizE (FPT)

PresSure regulator setting

Reducer bushings included (NPT) Capacity 3/4” x 1/2”

Webb#

700 “Thermopile” Type Diaphragm Gas Valves 700-885

3/4”

3/4”

None

305,000

2

186756

Gas Water Heater Controls

COOL FAN OFF DELAY

GAS CONTROL USED WITH

Webb#

0 or 60 seconds

Any 24Vac redundant, direct ignition gas control rated at 1.5A or less. Honeywell VR8205 recommended.

372843

For replacement of standard gas water heater controls with built-in E.C.O. (energy cut-off ). Features • Automatic shut-off of amin and pilot gas in the event of pilot failure. • Pilot gas cock with safe lighting feature. • Pilot gas filter. Specifications Inlet Size: 1/2” NPT Outlet Size: 1/2” Inverted Flare Mounting: 3/4” NPT, 11/4”, shank length, 41/2” bulb insertion length Pilot Connection: 1/2” compression fitting 37C63U-114 MFR# 37C63U-114

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Outlet Size

Left Hand Thread — Outlet: Replaces Model R65RR

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INLET size

Right Hand Thread — Outlet: Replaces Model RPL

Controls a standard induction-type circulating fan motor. • Main burner ignition using a 120V hot surface igniter. • Flame rectification circuit to monitor flame presence. • Monitoring of system pressure switch, high temperature limit, and rollout functions. • Appliance operation/safety requirements controlled via microprocessor. • Control of a standard induction-type circulating fan motor (based on appliance requirements), in response to a conventional low voltage or EnviraCOM™ thermostat. • LED system status, performance and diagnostic indication. • Wire harnesses provided for simple replacement of most IFCs and integration with most heating and cooling appliances. • Twinning capability • EnviraCOM™ communication capability to enable local and/or remote system status, diagnostics, troubleshooting, and HVAC system control. PREPURGE

4.0” W.C. Natural Gas

1/2” Inverted Flare

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main burner

pilot

Temp. Range

shank length

Webb#

3.5” W.C.

Adjustable

70° F – 160º F

11/4”

188187

F.W. Webb Company

95

8 Gas heating

MFR#

AMBIENT TEMP. (F)

13/8” 1/2” Pipe

Webb#

The 110 Series Water Heater Uni-Kits® are designed for universal replacement applications. All models feature built-in, non-cycling Energy Cut-Off (ECO) system to shut off all gas to the water heater in case of excessive water temperatures. All models have a 51/2” sensing element and vary by shank length.

S9200U1000 Universal Hot Surface Ignition Integrated Furnace Control

S9200U1000

PresSure regulator setting

110-326

MFR#

Y8610U3003

shank length

110-202

Complete kits converting conventional standing pilot system to intermittent pilot system. For use with 24 Vac gas-fired atmospheric furnaces, boiler and heating appliances. • Y8610U kits are for use with natural of LP gas; provides 100 percent pilot gas shutoff if pilot fails to light; after 6-minute delay, trial for ignition is repeated. • Ignition trial/delay sequence is repeated until the appliance lights or call for heat is removed. Y8610U

Outlet size

110-206

Y8610U Universal Retrofit Intermittent Pilot Gas Burner ignition Systems

MFR#

Inlet Size


SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Gas Valves

Gas Valves

Gas Oven Safeties

Gas Valves

1720 (TS) “J” and “K” Magnet Heads

Pilot, Direct and Hot Surface Ignition 700 Series

The 1720 Series Replacement Magnet Kit is used with 1710 Series Bodies in TS Automatic Safety Valve applications. All models have FLOW INTERRUPTION so that no gas can flow to the main burner while the reset button is depressed. 1720 Series Kits are designed to replace many individual TS magnet types. Each magnet head kit is tapped for 1/8” pipe with fittings to adapt to 3/16” and 1/4” compression tubing. Also included: spring and diaphragm components, gasket and assembly screws. 1720-801

mfr# 1720-801 1720-802

description Pilot Size Gas Oven Safety With Tubing Kit – “J” Head 1/8” Pipe, 3/16” Tubing, 1/4” Tubing Gas Oven Safety With Tubing Kit – “K” Head 1/8” Pipe, 3/16” Tubing, 1/4” Tubing

These 700 Series Gas Valve Uni-Kits® are designed for intermittent pilot, direct spark and hot surface applications. They incorporate a manual valve, pilot valve, and main gas pressure regulator. Each Uni-Kit includes all the necessary parts and instructions needed to convert to direct spark or hot surface applications.

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MFR#

The 4020 Safety Pilot Valves provide gas shutoff in case of pilot outage. When the reset button is depressed, gas will flow to the pilot only. Main gas will not flow until the pilot is operating and the reset button has been released. Pilot inlet and outlet connections are 1/2”tubing, unless otherwise indicated. 100,000 BTU/HR capacity. Ambient Temperature 32° – 350°F. 4020-010

main burner

4020-010

48”

4020-011

54”

pilot

Temp. Range

Webb#

11/64”

186656

15/64”

75110

1/2” Pipe

The 4030 Series is the same as the 4020 Series except they have a pilot outlet only. Pilot gas is supplied through a drilled passageway to the pilot valve chamber and outlet. Pilot outlet is ¼” tubing. MFR#

Capillary Length

inlet/outlet size

4030-001

reset button length

1/2” Pipe

4030-002

48”

3/8” Pipe

4030-003 4030-005

54”

73475

11/64”

189056

700-506

3/4”

3/8”

3.5” Nat. Gas

350,000

85381

700-059

1”

1”

4.0” Nat. Gas

720,000

167052

stand-by pilot outlet

Inlet size

inlet adapter fittings included

Webb#

12”

1

1/8” Tubing

7/16” Tubing

3/8” Tubing & 1/2” Pipe

94210

The 4060-700 (MSC) Series has a thin flexible capillary and is used with a 4700 (U) or 4750 (ELO) Series Thermostat. Any excess capillary on a replacement valve may be coiled out of the way as required (caution should be taken to avoid crimping) and will not affect the valve operation.

96

12”

4060-702

21”

4060-703

12”

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3/4”

capacity

1/2”

X

X

1/2”

3/8”

Webb#

1/2”

1/2”

1/2”

None

100,000

2

192864

700-502

1/2”

1/2”

1/2”

3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

100,000

2

186752

700-503

1/2”

3/4”

1/2”

None

240,000

1

94207

700-505

3/4”

3/4”

Straight-Thru

None

300,000

2

73457

700-506

3/4”

3/4”

Straight-Thru 3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

300,000

2

73458

700-507

1/2”

3/4”

Straight-Thru 3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

240,000

1

192865

700-511

3/4”

3/4”

Straight-Thru 3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

300,000

2

193214

The 700-200 Series snap-action and snap-throttle (modulating) hydraulic controls are combination gas valves, thermostatically operated by a remote temperature sensing bulb. These controls combine a manual valve (gas cock), an automatic pilot safety valve, pressure regulator (optional by model) and a snap-acting or snap-throttle hydraulic operator for total temperature control. All models feature 3-position main gas outlets and pilot outlet, pilot gas filter, pilot adjustment key and automatic pilot valve.

inlet size 7/16” Tubing 3/8” Tubing

MFR#

Webb#

3/8” Tubing

73477 94209 111051

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capacity

Reducer bushings included (NPT) 1/2” X 3/8”

Webb#

100,000

2

73454

Snap Action Models 700-201

inlet adapter fittings included

3/8” Tubing

700-201

internal Inlet 3 Position pressure size outlet capillary regulator (FPT) (FPT) length setting 1/2”

1/2”

36”

None Snap Throttle Models

700-204 700-205

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1/2” 1/2”

1/2” 1/2”

36”

None

160,000

2

73455

36”

3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

100,000

2

85383

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8 Gas heating

Bushing type

4060-701

pressure regulator setting

700 Snap-Action and Snap-Throttle Hydraulic

Capillary Length

Capillary Length

side (FPT) w/ plugs

700-501

4060-700 (MSC) Safety Valve

MFR#

Inlet Straight size Through (FPT) (FPT)

73476

The 4060 (MSA) Series safety valve has a heavy capillary.

4060-001

Webb#

Pool Heater Models

4060 (MSA) Safety Valve

MFR#

capacity

The 700 millivolt gas valves are wall thermostat actuated combination gas valves. These controls combine a manual gas cock, automatic pilot safety valve and a millivolt operator. The automatic pilot safety is separate from the gas cock and provides gas shutoff in case of pilot outage. Standard features include: pilot outlet, pilot gas filter and pilot adjusting key. Valves can be mounted in any position except upside down.

167050

15/64”

1/2” Pipe

pressure regulator setting

700 Millivolt

Webb#

43/64”

straight through

700-056

MFR#

4030 (FMEA) with Pilot Outlet Only

OUTLET SIZE (FPT)

Universal Models Intermittent Pilot, Direct Spark & Hot Surface

4020 (FMDA) with Pilot Inlet and Outlet

MFR#

Inlet size (FPT)


SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Gas Valves

Gas Valves

Gas Valves (cont.)

Gas Valves (cont.)

700 24 Volt Combination Valve

710 Low Profile Gas Heating Valves

These valves feature a manual valve (gas cock), an automatic pilot safety valve, inlet/outlet screens, pilot outlet, pilot gas filter and pilot adjustment key. The automatic pilot safety valve is separate from the gas cock and provides gas shutoff in case of pilot outage. Valves can be mounted in any position except upside down.

The 710 low capacity gas heating valves are designed for recreational vehicles and other applications with limited space. All models include a manual valve (gas cock), automatic pilot safety valve, pilot outlet, pilot gas filter and pilot adjusting key. The control can be mounted in any position except upside down and all models have 3-position outlets.

MFR# 700-400 700-401 700-402 700-406 700-426 700-438 700-442

3 position outlet Inlet straight side (FPT) Pressure size thru with regulator (FPT) (FPT) plugs setting Snap Action Models 1/2” 3/4” Straight-Thru Uni-Kit 1/2” 3/4” 1/2” None 1/2” 3/4” 1/2” Uni-Kit 3/4” 3/4” 3/4” 3/4” Straight-Thru 3.5” S.W. 1” 1” Nat. Gas 1” 1”

capacity 240,000 240,000 240,000 300,000 300,000 720,000 720,000

Reducer bushings included (NPT) 3/4” X 1/2” 1 1 1 2 2

MFR# Webb# 186748 79496 192862 73456 204405 215820 103214

710-201 710-203

710-203

710-205 710-402 710-501

700-406

700 Diaphragm/Solenoid Valves

MFR#

Pressure regulator setting

capacity

Reducer bushings included (NPT) 3/4” X 1/2”

Webb#

1/2” 1/2” 3/4”

3/4” 3/4” 3/4”

Straight-Thru 1/2” Straight-Thru

None 3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

300,000 240,000 300,000

2 1 2

118694 204528 167053

MFR#

720-079

720-051 720-079

700 Line Voltage

MFR#

Inlet straight size thru (FPT) (FPT)

700-451

1/2”

3/4”

700-454

3/4”

3/4”

side (FPT) Pressure with regulator plugs setting 120 Volt Models 1/2” None 3.5” W.C. Nat. Straight-Thru Gas

Webb#

240,000

1

186750

300,000

2

75115

705 Millivolt Operators The 705 Series millivolt operator kit is designed to allow field conversion of 700 & 710 Series manual gas valves to wall thermostat control. These operators are also replacements for specific 700-500 Series gas valves. MFR# 4020-010

98

block color 48”

F.W. Webb Company

pressure sensitive setting None

186765 94208

side outlet pressure ½” fpt with regulator plugs setting capacity Standard Model 1/2” 3/4” Uni Kit 150,000 • Universal Model — Intermittent Pilot — Direct Spark — Hot Surface 1/2” 3/4” Uni Kit 150,000

InleT size (FPT)

outlet size

Webb# 75113 90878

8

The 720 Series Dual Valve Gas Controls are designed for a wide variety of heating applications and can be used to replace most constant pilot valves, including dual valve (six function) models. The 720 Series constant pilot gas valve is a six function valve incorporating the manual valve, safety shutoff magnet, dual automatic valves (hence the term dual valves”), main gas regulator, and pilot adjustment. 720-406

MFR# 720-400 720-401 720-402 720-403 720-406 720-474

Inlet size (FPT) 1/2”

1/2” 1/2”

OUTlet size (FPT)

SIDE OUTLET pressure REDUCER BUSHINGS STRAIGHT 1/2” FPT regulator THRU WITH PLUGS setting CAPACITY 3/4” X 1/2” 1/2” X 3/8” • Uni IG 1 • • None 150,000 1 • • 1 3/4” • • 1 Uni IG • 150,000 2 Standing Pilot Models — Stop Opening with Convertible Pressure Regulator 1/2” • • • 150,000 1

Webb# 17056 73460 167057 186770 73461 186771

Webb# 192867

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capacity

Reducer bushings included (NPT) 3/4” X 1/2”

186764

720 Series Dual Valve Gas Controls

These controls combine into one compact valve: a manual gas cock, automatic pilot safety valve and a silent line voltage operator. The automatic pilot valve is separate from the gas cock and provides gas shutoff in case of pilot outage. Valves can be mounted in any position except upside down. 3 position outlet

73459 85422

The 720 Electronic Ignition Gas Valves are designed for a wide variety of heating applications. The valves incorporate a manual valve, dual automatic valves and a main gas regulator. Controls are multiposition and can be mounted in any position (except upside down).

24 Volt Diaphragm Models – Have No Safety Magnet 700-417 700-422 700-454

Webb#

720 Series Hot Surface Gas Valves

These controls are single function, diaphragm types and are excellent replacements for solenoid gas valves. Standard features include: pilot outlet, pilot gas filter and pilot adjustment key. Valves can be mounted in any position except upside down. 3 position outlet Inlet straight side (FPT) size thru with (FPT) (FPT) plugs

Inlet reducer pressure size 3 position bushings cap. regulator (FPT) outlet incl. (fpt) length setting Application Hydraulic Models — Snap Action 18” Recreational None Vehicles 1/2” 1/2” (2) 1/2” X 3/8” 36” 3.5” W.C. Wall Furnaces Nat. Gas Replaces TV-27 24 Volt Models 3.5” W.C. Wall Furnaces 1/2” 1/2” (2) 1/2” X 3/8” N/A Nat. Gas 12 VDC, 24 VAC Millivolt Models Note: Use two lead thermopliles only. Space Heaters 1/2” 1/2” (2) 1/2” X 3/8” N/A None Replaced B-67


SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Gas Valves

Gas Valves

Commercial Gas Thermostats

SmartValve™ System

4200 (FD) Body Type #2 and Body Type #3 MFR# 4200-005

InleT INLET/ size OUTLET (FPT) SIZE #2 1/2” Pipe

PILOT Side

SV9501

CAPILLARY MOUNTING LENGTH POSITION 48” 4-Way

BULB SIZE 3/16” X 143/4” Nickel

Combines gas flow control and electronic intermittent pilot sequencing functions into a single unit. • Suitable for a wide range of gas-fired appliances including residual furnaces, roof-top furnaces, residential boilers, unit heaters, infrared heaters, space heaters and commercial cooking units • Replaces SV9500, SV9501 and SV9502 control. See installation instructions for specific models. Ignition sequence includes timed trial for ignition

Webb# 186685

4200 (FD) Body Type #1 MFR# 4200-025 Uni-IGI

BODY TYPE #2

INLET INLET OUTLET OUTLET SIDE REAR SIDE SIDE PILOT CAPILLARY MOUNTING “f” “H” “E” “G” OUTLET LENGTH POSITION 150° to 550° F (Degrees) 3/8”

3/8”

Pipe

3/8”

Pipe

4200

Pipe

3/8”

Pipe

Side & Rear

54”

4-Way

3/16” X 141/4”

#2

3/8”

3/8”

Pipe

Pipe

3/8”

Pipe

3/8”

Pipe

Side & Rear

4-Way

3/16” x 141/4”

54”

Webb#

SV9501 MFR# SV9501M2528 SV9502H2522

75113

Nickel

Low (200° F) to 550° F (Degrees) 4200-025 Uni-IGI

BULB SIZE

Q3400A1024

90878

Nickel

GAS IGNITION VALVE UNIT DESCRIPTION Nonlockout Models — Caution: Do not use on LP. Gas Applications 780-715 Natural Gas Only — Nonlockout Pressure regulator is 700-055 3/4” X 3/4” (Nonlockout) factory-set at 3.5” W.C. 350,000 Btu Max

V800 MFR#

Webb#

V800A1070 75113

V800A1088

Packages Available FLAME SENSOR 3098-134

ELECTRODE ASSEMBLY 760-56

PILOT RELIGHT 5059-23

WIRING HARNESS F115-0084

Specifications MFR# 21D18-3

COIL VOLTAGE 60 Hz 24 Vac

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INLET/ OUTLET SIZE 3/4” X 3/4”

3.5” W.C.

1/2” X 3/4”

INCLUDES One 3/4” X 1/2” Reducer Bushings/Adapters Two 3/4” X 1/2”, One 1/2” X 3/8” Reducer Bushings/Adapters

Webb# 35054 35055

ELECTRICAL RATING 0.61 amps

INLET/ OUTLET SIZE 3/4” X 3/4”

CAPACITY A.G.A. STANDARD GAS 280,000

VR8200

Combination gas controls for use in 24 Vac. gas-fired, standing pilot appliances with capacities from 20 to 200 cfh. • Controls include manual valve, two automatic operators, servo pressure regulator and pilot adjustment. • Compact size. • Provide two automatic valves. • Solenoid-operated first automatic valve opens on thermostat call for heat; closes when call for heat ends. Diaphragm-operated second automatic valve opens under control of regulator; closes if gas or power supply is interrupted. • Meet codes requiring dual safety shutoff. • Standard and slow opening natural gas models include natural to LP gas conversion kit; LP to natural gas conversion kit also available. LITE-RITE (OFF-PILOT-ON) lighting sequence. • All adjustments, wiring connections and pilot outlet are accessible from top of control. • Adjustable servo regulator effectively maintains almost constant gas output pressure under wide fluctuations in gas supply pressure. • Compatible with ECO connector. MFR#

GAS TYPE Natural Only

TYPE OF GAS

PRESSURE INLET/ REGULATOR OUTLET SETTING SIZE

OPENING CHARACTERISTICS

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Webb#

1/2” X 3/8” Reducer

Webb# 188185 VR8200A2132

100

Natural Or LP

PRESSURE REGULATOR SETTING

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Natural

3.5” W.C.

1/2” X 1/2”

Standard

Bushings; 38389014 bag assembly- 3/4” straight flange with O ring screws and wrench; and 393891 Natural to LP Gas Conversion Kit

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68550

101

8 Gas heating

Control system designed to eliminate standing pilots by converting to cycle–pilot controls with automatic spark ignition. Gas valve functions are terminated on a printed circuit board that exits through the mercury flame sensor receptacle housing, on the terminal panel side. Features • Eliminates gas wasted by a standing pilot. • Eliminates pilot outage problems due to occasional drafts. • Each package contains the controls and hardware needed for conversion to cycling pilot operation. • Uses existing pilot burner and wiring. GAS VALVES 38C84-426

TYPE OF GAS

VR8200 Continuous Pilot Dual Automatic Valve Combination Gas Controls

Cycle-Pilot® Retrofit Kit

MFR# 21D18-3

154343

Ignitors

Provide complete control of continuous pilot gas-fired central furnaces and boilers. • Include pilot flow adjustment screw. • Complete safety shutoff on pilot flame failure. • LITE-RITE (OFF-PILOT-ON) lighting sequence.

The Uni-Line 712 series pilot ignition system features flame rectification with solid-state logic and flame sensing to provide automatic sequencing that will ensure proper operation of an intermittent pilot ignition device. The 712 series pilot ignition system features quick and easy installation with complete in-depth instructions and trouble shooting information.

21D18-3

Webb# 210227 214000

V800 Low Voltage Combination Gas Controls

®

712-016

OPENING CHARACTERISTICS Standard Opening Slow Opening

Gas Valves,Electronic Single Stage — Standing Pilot

712 Series Intermittent Pilot Ignition Uni-Kits

MFR#

PrePurge None 15 Sec.

Ignitor For SmartValve

Kits

Uni-Kit

PRESSURE REGULATOR SETTING 3.5” W.C. 3.2” W.C.

TEMPERATURE RATINGS -40° F To 175° F -40° F To 175° F


Gas Valves

VR8300

SECTION

SECTION

8

8

Gas Valves, Electronic Single Stage — Standing Pilot

Gas Valves, Electronic Single Stage— Direct Ignition

VR8300 Continuous Pilot Dual Automatic Valve Combination Gas Control

VR8345 Universal Electronic Ignition Combination Gas Control

Combination gas control for use in 24 Vac. gas-fired standing pilot appliances with capacities from 30 to 300 cfh. • Controls include safety shutoff, manual valve, two automatic operators, pressure regulator and pilot adjustment. • Compact size. • Provide two automatic valves. • Solenoid-operated first automatic valve opens on thermostat call for heat; closes when call for heat ends. Diaphragm-operated second automatic valve opens under control of regulator; closes if gas or power supply is interrupted. • Meet codes requiring dual safety shutoff. • Standard and slow opening natural gas models include natural to LP gas conversion kit; LP to natural gas conversion kit also available. • All adjustments, wiring connections and pilot outlet are accessible from top of control. • Adjustable servo regulator effectively maintains almost constant gas output pressure under wide fluctuations in gas supply pressure. • Compatible with ECO connector. • LITE-RITE (OFF-PILOT-ON) lighting sequence.

Universal electronic ignition combination gas control for use with direct spark ignition, hot surface ignition or intermittent pilot ignition in 24 Vac, gas-fired appliances, with capacities from 30 to 415 cfh. • Control includes manual valve, two automatic operators, pressure regular, pilot adjustment, pilot plug and ignition adapter. • Replaces virtually any IP, HSI, or DSI gas control • For use with natural or manufactured gas or LP gas. Includes converter kit to adapt from natural to LP gas. • Compact size. • All adjustments and wiring connections accessible from top of control. • Four-inch swing radius allows easy rotation into position inside the tightest furnace vestibules. • Clearly marked, keyed terminal block allows quick attachment of wires and IP/DSI/ HSI jumper. • Internal inlet screen blocks contaminants in gas line from entering valve.

MFR# VR8-300A4516

PRESSURE INLET/ REGULATOR OUTLET SETTING SIZE 3.5” w.c.

3/4” X 3/4”

INCLUDES Two 3/4” X 1/2” Reducer Bushings; 383200EOO adapter, Q340 (36”) thermocouple with adapters, 393691 Natural to LP Gas Conversion Kit

VR8204A2076

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3.5” w.c.

1/2” X 1/2”

Standard

TYPE OF GAS

VR8345M4302

3/4” X 3/4”

3.5” w.c.

Natural

INCLUDES Two 3/4” X 1/2” NPT Reducer Bushings and one 1/2” X 3/4” NPT Bushing

Webb# 93587

Provide complete control of continuous pilot gas-fired central furnaces and boilers. • Include pilot flow adjustment screw. • Easy to install, adjust and service; all adjustments and connections are accessible from top of control. • Add separate energy cutoff (ECO) where codes call for dual safety shutoff. • Complete safety shutoff on pilot flame failure. • LITE-RITE (OFF-PILOT-ON) lighting sequence. • ECO connector for V800 models. Part No. 392451-1.

VS830

MFR#

INLET/OUTLET SIZE

VR820A1047

!/2” X 3/4”

VR820A1054

3/4” X 3/4”

PRESSURE REGULATOR SETTING

TYPE OF GAS

3.5” w.c.

Natural

Webb# 35056 35057

WAGS Water and Gas Safety Valve The WAGS Water and Gas Safety Valve™. The WAGS valve shuts off the water supply (plus has supply for gas-fired water heaters) when it detects a water leak, preventing disastrous flooding and damage to structures and belongings. WAGS

mfr# WAGS7200

size & Connection Water and Gas Safety Shut-Off Valve for Hot Water Heaters

webb# 243562

FloodMaster, inc. Water Feed

Alarm/Shut-off System Kit

INCLUDES 3/4” X 3/8” Reducer Bushing 393691 Natural to LP Gas Conversion Kit

Webb# 76221

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• • • • • •

Easy installation. mfr# description No wiring — just plug in. FLOODMASTER Alarm/Shut-Off Kit No maintenance. Audible alarm and interface with your home security system. NSF 61/UL/CE/CSA. Reusable.

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MFR#

PRESSURE REGULATOR SETTING

VS830 Millivoltage Combination Gas Controls

Combination gas control for use in 24 Vac. gas-fired intermitent pilot appliances with capacities from 20 to 200 cfh. • Controls include manual valve, two automatic operators, servo pressure regulator and pilot adjustment. • Use with S86F,H; S8600F,H and S8610 Control Modules. • Compact size. • Provide two automatic valves. • Solenoid-operated first automatic valve opens on thermostat call for heat; closes when call for heat ends. Diaphragm-operated second automatic valve opens under control of regulator; closes if gas or power supply is interrupted. • Meet codes requiring dual safety shutoff. • Standard and slow opening natural gas models include natural to LP gas conversion kit; LP to natural gas conversion kit also available. • All adjustments, wiring connections and pilot outlet are accessible from top of control. • ON-OFF lighting sequence. VR8204

MFR#

INLET/ OUTLET SIZE

Gas Valves, Millivolt

86743

VR8204 Intermittent Pikot Dual Automatic Valve Combination Gas Controls

PRESSURE INLET/ OPENING TEMPERATURE REGULATOR OUTLET CHARACTERRATINGS SETTING SIZE ISTICS

VR8345

Webb#

Gas Valves, Electronic Single Stage — Intermittent Pilot

102

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Thermocouples & Thermopile Generators Thermocouples and Pilots 1950 & 1951 Thermopiles The 1950 and 1951 Thermopiles (pilot generators) are designed for use on self-positioned gas control systems.

Mfr# 1950-001 1950-002 1950-003 1950-532 1950-548 1951-001 1951-536

Includes PG9 Connection Length Pilot Adapter Webb# Type 82642 36” • 194065 48” • Two Lead 186640 60” • 192848 36” 186641 48” 73469 36” • Coaxial 111602 36”

1970 Uni-Couples 20 to 30 Millivolts The 1970 Series Uni-Couples unique design allows for installation to virtually all pilot burners. The versatile zip nut may be pushed, pulled or threaded onto the thermocouple’s rolled threads for proper positioning in every application. The stainless steel tip (longer life), extended cold junction (greater voltage output potential), copper tube (corrosion protection with low electrical resistance), and lock washer equipped coaxial connection (resists loosening due to vibration or changes in ambient temperature) make the Uni-Couple the single most versatile thermocouple available today. LENGTH 18” 24” 30” 36” 48” 60” 72”

webb# 167188 167189 167190 85375 155170 186644 85441

The 1960-027 is a special low-mass or quick dropout thermocouple. It is usually found on applications that require an oxygen depletion system on the thermo safety. Also found on many L.P. gas applications that require a quick dropout of the thermo safety if there is a loss of pilot flame. Note: Has standard thermocouple threads. Will not fit applications with metric threads. mfr# 1960-027

LENGTH 27”

webb# 217093

Replacement Parts Thermocouple Test Adapter Adapter to test thermocouple and thermopile closed circuit. mfr# Description 10-238 Thermocouple Test Adapter

104

webb# 73470 73471 186645 73472 152596 73473 188181

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Mfr#

Length (IN)

K15DS-18H K15DS-24H K15DS-30H K15DS-36H K15FS-24H K15FS-36H K15WS-48H

18 24 30 36 24 36 48

TYPE

Standard BASO

Snap in BASO Standard BASO w/ Fittings

Webb# 184577 183556 183557 184579 183561 183562 183563

Increases length of 11/4” and 13/8” shank models to approximately 3”. webb# 80696

Junction Block Adapter The 1922-001 adapter allows the high limit switch to be connected into the thermocouple cicuit on valves without the sloted magnet. mfr# Description 1922-001 Junction Box Adapter Junction Block Adapter Y99AN-1H

webb# 75109 178174

The 1980 Series Snap-Fit Thermocouples offer easy installation into the majority of pilot burners. Both slim and standard thermocouple types are available in the 1980 Series without complicated adapters, but with the extra insulation from high ambient temperatures that the brass sheath offers when needed. The 1980 is constructed of the same materials as used in the 1970. LENGTH 18” 24” 30” 36” 48” 60” 72”

The K15 Series Thermocouples are designed for use in standing pilot ignition systems. They are used primarily with BASO brand automatic pilot controls and pilot burners. K15DS models are standard thermocouples. K15FS models are snap-on thermocouples that allow for fast, easy assembly. The K15WS model is a wholesale thermocouple that is supplied with additional fittings.

webb# 167043

1980 Snap-Fit Thermocouples

mfr# 1980-018 1980-024 1880-030 1980-036 1980-048 1980-060 1980-072

K15 Series

Shank Extension

mfr# Description 10-250 Shank Extension

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“Super Slim Jim™” Universal Replacement Thermocouples

Standard BASO® Thermocouple

“Husky” High Performance Thermocouple

Mfr#

Length (IN)

K19AT-18H K19AT-24H K19AT-30H K19AT-36H K19AT-48H K19AT-60H

18 24 30 36 48 60

TYPE

Webb#

“Super Slim Jim”

183569 183570 183571 152513 155142 183574

Replacement Thermopile Generators Q313

Provide power for millivoltage, self-powered control systems. • Eliminate the need for outside power source. • Easy push-in installation. • Include spade terminals. • Individually skin packed, each unit ordered represents one thermopile generator. Lead Length Resistance

Mfr# Q313A1055

47”

2.90 ohm

includes

Webb#

1/2” thermopile

188174

attaching nut

K16 Series

Q313A1139

Push-in clip

83335

The K16 Series are heavy-duty, high performance thermocouples that provide high output for residential, commercial, and industrial applications. The “Husky” is a replacement for BASO 17D, 50, 58D, 87D, 88D, 97D, 107D, and K15DA thermocouples. The K16 is packed with adapters to allow the necessary replacement. K16BT models are standard thermocouples. K16RA models are nickel plated thermocouples. K16WT models are wholesale thermocouples that are supplied with additional fittings.

Q313A1170

PG9 adapter (part #393948)

85874

Q313A1188

1/2” thermopile

Mfr#

Length (IN)

K16BT-18H K16BT-24H K16BT-30H K16BT-36H K16RA-60C K16WT-48H

18 24 30 36 60 48

TYPE “Husky”

“Husky” Nickel Plated “Husky” with Fittings

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Webb# 183564 152511 183565 96960 194088 183568

35”

2.89 ohm

Push-in clip,

attaching nut Includes junction box for series hook up with high limit switch

Q313A1005

84659

86741

Universal 30 mV Thermocouple Q340 There is a Q340 for every gas-fired heating system application. • Replace almost any 30 mV thermocouple. • Average operating life of ten years. • Available in a variety of lead lengths. Mfr#

Length (IN) Webb#

Q340A1066 Q340A1074 Q340A1082 Q340A1090 Q340A1108

18” 24” 30” 36” 48”

30876 30877 30878 30879 36216

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mfr# 1970-018 1970-024 1970-030 1970-036 1970-048 1970-060 1970-072

1960-027 Low Mass Thermocouple

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Pilot Burners & Orifices Anderson & Forrester Inc.

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8

8

Gas Orifices & Gauging Drills Gauging Drill Kit — GDK4080

Plastic box contains 41 drill sizes: #40 – 80, and GB3020H tapered broach. Model# Description Webb# ANFGDK4080 Gauging Drill Kit 188739

Tapered Broach — GB3015 Gauging Drill Kit Tapered Broach

Three cornered broach. Tapered from .003” to .013”. A must for cleaning Pilot Orifices. Model# Description Webb# ANFGB3015 Three Cornered Broach 180504

Gauging Reamer Kit — GRK5000 Have the correct size reamer when you need it. Our kit contains each size in a slim plastic case.

Gauging Reamer Kit

Model# Description Webb# ANFGRK5000 Gauging Reamer Kit 180593 ANFGR5070 Gauging Reamer, #70, 5 PK 180602 ANFGRK080 Gauging Reamer, #80, 180598

Gas Orifices & Gauging Drills

Compression Fittings

Pilot Tube

Break-away type separates upon tightening.

Just bend and cut to length! Keep a few on your truck to take care of clogged pilots! 3/16” pilot tube, 17” long with 4 port orifice hood.

Model# Description Webb# ANFCF639 1/8” Short Breakaway Nut 180414 ANFCF640 3/16” Short Breakaway Nut 180415 ANFCF641 1/4” Short Breakaway Nut 180388 386449-1 1/4” Breakaway Nut 102371 ANFCF642 1/4” Medium Breakaway Nut 180599 EMPR1633-2 1/8” Long Breakaway Nut 181653 386449-4 1/4” Long Breakaway Nut 223431

RBS4590-065 RBS4590-067 RBS4590-069 RBS4590-071 RBS4590-072

Includes all tools needed to assemble MI100 adapters. Model# Description Webb# ANFMIK100 Master Adapter Kit 180533 ANFFMI100 Universal Adapter 180532

1/8” Short Breakaway Nut

3/16” Short Breakaway Nut 1/4” Short Breakaway Nut 3/8” Short Breakaway Nut

7/16” Short Breakaway Nut

Mfr# 10-383

The MIK131 orifice cabinet contains 23 of those orifices most commonly used. Over 300 orifices in proportion to normal demand. Model# Description Webb# ANFMIK131LP Orifice Assortment 188738

mfr# Description ANFCO400-72 LP, 1/2” Hex, 3/8-40 UNS ANFCO401 Blank, 1/2” Hex, 1/2-27 NPT ANFCO403 Bored, 1/2” Hex, 3/8-27 UNS ANFCO404 Blank, 9/16” Hex, 1/2-27 UNS ANFCO406 Blank, 1/2” Hex, 3/8-27 UNS

A full range of diameter sizes in 50’ lengths, and for convenience, 5’ lengths with fittings. Mfr# O.D. Size

181654 181729 93031 93030 93028 186719 189070

webb# 180416 180419 180421 180422 180424

Length webb#

11-016

7/16”

5’

94204

11-017

3/8”

5’

155172

11-191

1/8”

50’

153380

11-193

1/4”

50’

155171

11-195

3/8”

50’

155173

11-291

1/8”

5’

212789

11-292

3/16”

5’

73442

11-293

1/4”

5’

73443

Replacement Coil For 4075 Series Mfr# 40-752

description Replacement Coil

webb# 186651

8

In one kit you now have 32 of the most needed pilot orifices with over 100 pieces. These are replacement pilot orifices for Penn Baso, Robertshaw, General Controls, Honeywell and White-Rodgers. A must for every efficient serviceman. Cabinet is made of heavy gauge steel with durable baked enamel finish and radius bottom sections for easy removal.

mfr# Description webb# ANFPO505 Blank, 1/2” Hex, 1/8-27 NPT 180541 ANFPO508 Blank, 1/4” Hex, 1/4-28 UNF 180544 ANFPO511 Blank, 1/2” Hex, 7/16-27 UNS 180546 ANFPO518 Blank, 3/8” Round, 11/32-32 Special 180549

Anderson & Forrester Inc. Orifices mfr# 10-030 10-261

Model# Description Webb# ANFMI132 Pilot Orifice Assortment Kit 180534

Gas heating

Master Pilot Orifice Assortment Kit — MIK132LP

Gas Type tube size orifice size webb# LP 1/4” or 3/16” .010 186598 LP 1/4” .0088 186605

Master Orifice Kit

106

webb# 189026

Orifice Hex Plugs

Serviceman’s Orifice Kit

Serviceman’s Friend

description 3/16” X 17” Pilot Tube

Aluminum Tubing

Orifice Caps

Serviceman’s Orifice Assortment Kit — MIK131LP

Replacement Parts & Accessories

(cont.)

EMPR2972 1/4” Long Breakaway Nut EMPR1633-4-2 1/4” X 1/8” Long Breakaway Nut

Master Adapter Kit — MIK100

Master Adapter Kit

Pilot Burners & Orifices

Serviceman’s Friend — TL051

Pilot gas mfr# usage type

tube orifice size size webb#

For use with flow meter and other applications. One end of fitting has 1/8” pipe thread, 1/4” pipe thread and special 5/16” X 32 thread. Opposite end has regular hose fitting, also 1/8” straight pipe thread. Hose can be used on either end.

10-066 10-043 10-045

3/16”

#70 & #71 #70 & #71 #40A

NAT. NAT. & L.P. L.P.

3/16” 3/16”

.018 .014 .013

178927 85387 186600

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Model# Description Webb# ANFTL051 Serviceman’s Friend 180578

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8 Pilot Kits

Q314

1810-100 Universal 2BLC Pilot Uni-Kit®

1830-700 Pilot Electrode Series

Nonprimary-aerated, insert orifice type pilot burner for main burner ignition with Q340 or Q390 Thermocouple for Pilotstat safety control operation. • Use with Q313 Thermopile Generator for 750 mV powerpile applications.

The 1810-100 Universal 2 BLC Pilot Uni-Kit is designed to replace the obsolete Model 2B/2BLC Pilot which is no longer in production. The kit includes fittings for 1/4” tubing and an adapter and fittings to adapt to 3/16” tubing. Each kit comes with a Natural gas orifice installed and includes a separate L.P. gas orifice.

The 1830-700 Series Pilot Uni-Kits are designed for use with the O.E.M. style Pilot Ignition Systems. The electrode is permanently riveted to the pilot frame and the spark gap is fixed at 1/8”. These pilots can be used to replace existing pilot assemblies or when retrofitting standing pilot applications when and exact replacement is desired. Each Uni-Kit comes with a natural gas orifice installed and a separate L.P. gas orifice. Pilot tubing size is 1/4”.

Q314A4586 Q314A6094 Q314A4585

TYPE OF GAS

MOUNTING BRACKET

DIRECTION OF FRONT TIP

B

Front Left Right

LP; Natural

Webb# 80635 86742 86744

Q327 Primary-aerated, spud orifice-type pilot burner for main burner ignition with Q340 or Q390 Thermocouple for Pilotstat safety control operation. • Use with Q313 Thermopile Generator for 750 mV powerpile applications. Mfr# Q327A1626

Q347

DESCRIPTION TYPE OF GAS Webb# Bat Wing

88371

LP; Natural

Q345 Nonprimary-aerated, combination pilot burner and ignitor. Used with the S86, S8610, or S8670 in intermittent pilot systems. • Includes pilot burner with bracket, ceramic-insulated Kanthal flame rod/spark ignitor and ground strap. Mfr#

Direction of front tip

Q345A1305 Q345A1313

Front Left

TYPE OF GAS Webb# Natural

152195 152196

Q345A

Combination Type Pilot Burner The J991MDA-2 through J999MDA-2 models are universal replacement pilot burners for J10(-)DDA, J11(-)DDA (D10and D11) types. The pilot burners are individually packaged in a plastic bag. 10 bags per carton. Mfr#

TIP POSITION NATURAL GAS ORIFICE

J992MDA-2H J997MDA-2H J998MDA-2H J999MDA-2H

2 7 8 9

Y90AA-3223 Y90AA-3221 Y90AA-3223 Y90AA-3223

LP GAS ORIFICE

Webb#

Y90AA-4213 Y90AA-4211 Y90AA-4212 Y90AA-4212

183617 118696 118697 183554

Multi-Mount Universal Pilot Burner #8

J999MHA-2

#9

J999MKA-2

The J Series BASO universal replacement pilot burners are supplied in three models. Mounting brackets on all four sides of each burner permit adaptation to almost any application. The pilot burners are individually packed in a plastic bag. 10 bags per carton. • Three tapped holes in each bracket for vertical adjustment. • Natural and LP gas orifice supplied. • Nuts and bolts furnished in each package. Mfr#

J999MYA-2

108

J999MHA-2H J999MKA-2H J999MHA-2H

TYPE OF PILOT NATURAL GAS ORIFICE LP GAS ORIFICE “L” Channel Shell “Y” Channel

F.W. Webb Company

Y90AA-7223 Y90AA-7221 Y90AA-6221

Y90AA-4211 Y90AA-4210 Y90AA-4211

Webb# 118696 118699 183620

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mfr# description 1810-100 Universal Pilot Uni-Kit

MFR# 1890-705

webb# 87067

Flame pattern type Standard

lead length 24”

1820 Series PG6 Replacement Pilot Uni-Kits®

1850/1851 Mini Pilot 100’s

The 1820 Series UniKits are designed to replace those hard-to-find ITT-General PG9 type pilots. Each Uni-Kit come with a natrual gas orifice installed and a separate L.P. gas orifice. A special 1/4” tubing adapter is provided that allows use of original tubing with nut and ball sleeve.

Mini-Pilot 100’s are nonaerated (no primary air) and can be used on all gases with no orifice change. The pilots are positionsensitive and care should be taken to install them in their correct position. (TOP stamped into casting at top when applied).

Flame pattern MFR# (Degrees) 1820-009 90 Right 1820-019

90 Left

1820-029

90 Right

1820-039

90 Left

type of gas Natural and L.P. Gas Orificies Included

with thermopile •

Webb# 186617

186618

Pilot Only

75116 755117

1830 (2CH & 2C) Incinerator-Target Pilot Uni-Kits® The 1930 Series Pilot Uni-Kit is designed to be used with all Uni-Line and competithive thermocouples. Kits include an adaptor that converts a threaded thermocouple/thermopile model 2CH to a snap-in thermocouple type model 2C. Each kit comes with a natural gas orifice installed, and a separate L.P. gas orifice. Hood MFR# type 1830-001 2 1830-002 1830-003 1830-004 1830-005 1830-011

5

mounting bracket type

6

2 4

flame pattern type Standard

Webb# 75118

90 Degrees Left

111048

90 Degrees Right

166784

25 Degrees Left

189032

3-Way (A)

111049

4

3-Way (C)

85399

90 Degrees Left

152595

1830-013

5

7

1830-015

3

4

1830-210

2

1830-213

4

1830-489

6

2 6

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Standard

186622 75119

3-Way (A)

85434

3-Way (B )

192842

Tube MFR# Length Horizontal Angle Type #2 Kit 1851-051 24” 1851-052 36” Horizontal Angle Type #4 Kit 1851-152 36” Vertical Bottom Inlet Type #6 Kit 1851-252 24” 1851-253 36”

Inlet Size (Tubing)

Webb# 186617

Webb#

3/16” & 1/4”

192844 192845

3/16” & 1/4”

192847

3/16” & 1/4”

167046 85438

1890-100 (#11) Pilot Uni-Kit® The 1890-100 Pilot Uni-Kit includes fittings for 1/4” tubing and an adapter and fittings to adapt to 3/16” tubing. The kit comes with a Natural gas orifice instlled and includes a separate L.P. gas orifice. mfr# description 1890-100 36” Mini-Pilot, Type #6

webb# 167187

1898 Series Pilots 1898 Series Pilots are used with 4060 (MSA and MSC) Series Safety Valves. Suitable for natural or L.P. gas using the .14 universal orifice. MFR# 1890-022

tubing size 3/16”

tubing size Webb# .14 85384

Gas Ignition Controls Replacement Sensors mfr# 10-277

description S1 Sensor has 1/4” quick-connect terminal

F.W. Webb Company

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#7

Pilot Burners & Orifices

Pilot Burner

Mfr#

Q314

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Hot Surface Ignitors

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8

Regulators

Gas Ignition Controls

325 Series L-Model Line Regulators & OPDs, #2 Inlet Regulators

Robertshaw’s 41-400 Series Norton Hot Surface Ignitors deliver dependable ignition heating systems of every description. From furnaces and boilers to rooftop heaters, infrared burners, unit heaters, water heaters and many other types of HVAC equipment. The 41-400 Series Hot Surface Ignitors are made of high-purity recrystallized silicon carbide (Crystar™) which combines physical and thermal strength with stable electrical properties. The 41-400 Series are designed to reach ignition temperature(s) within 17 seconds. They have 8-gauge nickel chrome lead wires embedded and metalized in place for maximum holding strength and electrical conductivity. The lead wires are also enclosed with a special high-temperature fiberglass insulation providing total electrical protection.

Features: • CSA certified for up to 5-psi inlet pressure. • Over-pressure protection device (OPD) to limit downstream pressure in case of regulator failure. • Maxitrol OPD approved and tested with the regulator. • Regulators or OPD’s can be ordered as separate items — or as a factory assembled unit. • Self-aligning valve with lever action for dead end regulator lockup. • Optional vent limiter eliminates the need to run vent piping to an outside area. Benefits: • Meets new ANSI standard Z21-80 for line pressure regulators — for use on piping systems such as CSST or semi-rigid copper tubing up to 5-psi. • OPD provides required downstream over-pressure protection for supply pressures in excess of 2-psi. • Pounds to inches regulator provides precise control from pilot flows to full regulator capacity. • Meets many utility specifications.

41-400 Series Hot Surface Furnace Ignitors

41-401

41-402

41-403

41-404

41-405

Factory lead wire MFR# Model length Webb# 41-401 271A 41/2” 73444 41-402 271W 19” 73445 41-403 51/2” 73446 271M 41-404 41/2” 110330 41-405 271D 51/2” 111617 41-406 271Y 101/2” 73447 111061 41-407 271 41-408 271N 153382 41-409 271 80697 41/2” 41-410 111618 271N 41-411 111619 41-412 271NM 51/2” 111620 41-413 201C 13/8” 189061

Outlet Pressure Range (all models) Certified spring, 7-11 in w.c. 41-406

41-407

41-408

Vent Limiters 41-409

41-411

mfr# webb# Automatic 12A04 77527 12A06 192793 12A09 109780 12A39 192794 Outdoor Vent Cap 13A15 246350

41-410

41-412

41-600 Series Hot Surface Furnace Mini-Ignitors

41-602

Robertshaw’s 41-600 Series Norton Hot Surface Mini-Ignitors deliver dependable ignition heating systems of every description. All Norton ignitors are engineered for easy handling, simple installation and trouble-free operation. MFR# 41-602 41-604 41-605

housing length None 4”

comments Amana #20165702 Armstrong #44744-2

Webb# 250353 241291

2.5”

York Replacement Conversion Kit #473-20937-001

241292

Glo-Stix™ are a durable universal direct upgrade for replacing most silicon carbide igniters.

URK24V

comments 24V Hot Surface Igniter 120V Flat Universal Kit

325-5AL-1

1” 1/2”

325-5AL-34

3/4”

325-5ALX-12

1/2”

325-7L-114

11/4”

325-7L-112

11/2”

3098-134

110

panel type

48”

E

F.W. Webb Company

description Gas Regulator, to 2 PSI

Webb# 252139

Gas Regulator, to 2 PSI

252140

Lever Operated Regulator

223959

252142 252141

2 PSI Inlet

224151

Attention: To comply with the

ANSI Z21-80 Standard for Line Pressure Regulators, installations exceeding 2-psi nominal require a tested and approved overpressure protection device (OPD) for use with the regulator. (Over-pressure protection is not required for supply pressures up to and including 2-psi.)

224152

Capacities and Pressure Drop — 2-psi, regulator only Model number (pipe size) 325-3L (3/8”, 1/2”) 325-5AL (1/2)” 325-5AL (3/4”, 1”)

MFR# OPD47 OPD48

Webb# 309804 268458

OPD600

Outlet Pressure Set Point 7.0” W.C. 10.0” W.C. 7.0” W.C. 10.0” W.C. 7.0” W.C. 10.0” W.C.

1/2 psi

(34 mbar) 145 (4.1) 110 (3.1) 335 (9.5) 150 (7.0) 335 (9.5) 150 (7.0)

Operating Inlet Pressure Max Capacity 3/4 psi 1 psi 11/2 psi 2 psi btu/hr (52 (89 (103 (138 Total load of all appliances mbar) mbar) mbar) mbar) 200 (5.7) 250 (7.1) 250 (7.1) 250 (7.1) 250,000 180 (5.1) 230 (6.5) 250 (7.1) 250 (7.1) 425 (12.0) 425 (12.0) 425 (12.0) 425 (12.0) 425,000 420 (11.9) 420 (12.0) 420 (12.0) 420 (12.0) 475 (13.5) 550 (15.6) 550 (15.6) 550 (15.6) 550,000 420 (11.9) 535 (15.1) 550 (15.6) 550 (15.6)

description

Webb#

3/8”, 1/2” — For use with 325-3LX 1/2” — For use with 325-3LX 1/2”, 3/4” — For use with 325-5ALX 3/4”, 1” — For use with 325-5ALX

2 lb. Pressure System

The Mercury Flame Sensor is a mechanical device that provides the existence of an acceptable pilot flame. When the bulb is heated by a pilot flame, the mercury is vaporized, causing pressure in the capillary and diaphragm, causing the snap-switch to open one set of contacts, and close a second set. These contacts control the pilot valve and the main valve. element Length

1/2”

325-5AL-12

Mercury Flame Sensors

MFR# 3098-134 3098-156

body sizes

OPD’s

Nitride Hot Surface Igniter MFR# URK24V URK120VF

MFR# 325-3L-12

bulb style #19 #20

description Replaces bulb styles #9 or #13. Replaces bulb styles #17 or #18.

Webb# 118711 205641

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Factory Model 601TB 601XBM 601XBM + Harness & Brackets

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CounterStrike®

RV12, RV20, RV47 & CV47 and RV48 Main burner and pilot applications part number RV12 RV20 RV47 & CV47 RV48

RV12

RV20

RV47 & CV47

pipe sizes

capacities to 25 CFH 65 CFH 125 CFH 250 CFH

1/8” 1/4” & 3/8” 3/8” & 1/2” 1/2” & 3/4”

Part Number RV20L-38 RV47CL-12 RV47CL-38 RV47L-12 RV47L-38 RV48CL-12 RV48CL-34 RV48L-12 RV48L-34 RV48-12 RV48-34

Body Sizes

outlet pressures

inlet pressures to 1/2 psi (35 mbar) 2 psi

1.0” to 12” w.c.

1/2 psi (35 mbr)

description Gas Grill Regulator Appliance Regulator Nat. Appliance Regulator Regulator Nat. Appliance Regulator

3/8” 1/2” 3/8” 1/2” 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1/2” 3/4” 1/2” 3/4”

LP Appliance Regulator Nat. Appliance Regulator Gas Regulator

Webb# 185902 185903 188932 197256 188933 185905 185904 185907 185906 77528 77529

RV48

pipe sizes

Main Burner Range of Regulations 30,000 (.85)

1/8” X 1/8” 1/4” X 1/4” 3/8” X 3/8” 3/8” X 3/8” 1/2” X 1/2”

RV20 RV47 RV47A RV48

65,000 (1.84) 125,000 (3.5) 230,000 (6.5) 250,000 (7.1) 400,000 (11.3)

1/2” X 1/2” 3/4” X 3/4”

RV48C

As part of our ongoing process of continuing improvement, Omega Flex has developed an improved version of CounterStrike®. This is a second-generation product that is an effective but affordable tool in increasing the protection of CSST gas piping systems from the damage caused by nearby, indirect lightning strikes. This version takes CounterStrike’s proven capabilities to an even higher level. CounterStrike is a patented CSST innovation based on our existing TracPipe® CSST product, but that is engineered to significantly decrease the potential for lightning induced damage to fuel gas piping systems. CounterStrike has been designed with a proprietary jacket material in place of the standard yellow jacket. This black jacket has energy dissipating properties that will help protect the stainless steel pressure liner as well as other fuel gas system components if the CounterStrike becomes energized due to lightning. CounterStrike with the black, protective sleeve uses the same easy to install AutoFlare® with the yellow coating. It is sold on wooden reels of varying lengths to meet the needs of the gas piping contractor. CounterStrike meets building code requirements (ASTM E84) with respect to flame spread and smoke density. This permits installation in drop ceilings used as return air plenums, and is UL Listed for 1, 2, and 4 hour through penetration firestop systems without removal of the jacket.

Capacity Chart — expressed in Btu/h (cubic meters/h) — 0.64 sp gr gas part number RV12

Track Pipe, Yellow Gas Pipe Fittings & Accessories

MFG# Size REEL LENGTH FGPCS375-250 3/8 250 FGPCS500-250 1/2 250 fgpcs500-100 1/2 100 FGPCS750-250 3/4 250 FGPCS750-100 3/4 100 FGPCS100-180 1 180 FGPCS125-150 11/4 150 FGPCS150-150 11/2 150 FGPCS200-150 2 150

LB/REEL 29 40 22 55 22 60 66 91 92

webb# 368348 368160 368349 368159 368350 368344 368345 368346 368347

Contact your local F.W. Webb representative for certification information on TracPipe installation.

Note: Minimum main burner regulation capacity for all models (except “N”) is 150 Btu/h

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Gas Valves 1751 Add-On Pressure Regulator Kits The 1751 Series Add-on pressure regulator kits are available for use on the following factory model types; 7000, 7010, 7100, 7200 & 7222. SUITABLE FOR

1751-003

MFR# 1721-003

REGULATOR TYPE 3.5” W.C. Nat. Gas

1751-007

Regulator Cover Plate

NAT. GAS

L.P. GAS

Webb# 85406 192839

F.W. Webb stocks Rinnai Continuums and the complete line of heaters!

4080 Pressure Regulators The 4080 Series Pressure Regulators are designed for main burner and pilot duty applications. The regulator is convertible with settings at 4” W.C. Natural gas and 10” W.C. L.P. gas on the 4080-032 and 4080-035. MFR#

pipe size

4080-035

3/4” X 3/4”

regulator type 4” (Fixed) W.C. Natural Gas 10” (Fixed) W.C. L.P. Gas

suitable for

Webb#

Nat. Gas

73478

4080-035

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Flexible Gas Tubing MFG# Size Pkg. Qty

AutoFlare® Fittings Brass Fitting AutoFlare Insert Straight Mechanical Fittings, Reducing Fittings

webb#

Corrugated Stainless Steel 300 Series with Polyethylene Jacket TRPFGP-SS4-375-100 3/8” 100’ Reel 216967

Flexible Gas Tubing

TRPFGP-SS4-375-250

3/8”

250’ Reel

216966

TRPSS4-500-50

1/2”

50’ Reel

250003

TRPFGP-SS4-500-100

1/2”

100’ Reel

219618

TRPFGP-SS4-500-250

1/2”

250’ Reel

87389

TRPSS4-750-50

3/4”

50’ Reel

250003

TRPFGP-SS4-750-100

3/4”

100’ Reel

219619

TRPFGP-SS4-750-250

3/4”

250’ Reel

87390

TRPSS4-100-50

1”

50’ Reel

25000

TRPFGP-SS4-100-180

1”

180’ Reel

87391

TRPFGP-SS4-100-180

1”

180’ Reel

87391

TRPSS4-125-50

11/4”

50’ Reel

250001

TRPFGP-SS4-125-150

11/4”

150’ Reel

205453

TRPFGP-SS4-150-150

11/2”

150’ Reel

219620

TRPFGP-SS4-200-150

2”

150’ Reel

219621

Straight Fitting

Reducing Fitting

Termination Mount

90° Termination Mount

Meter Termination

fgp-ss4-375 fgp-ss4-500 fgp-ss4-750 fgp-ss4-1000 FGP-SS4-1250 FGP-SS4-1500 FGP-SS4-2000 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”

EDH (AGA Size)

15

19

25

Jacket O.D. (max.)

.668

.868

Inside Dia. (nom)

.440

.597

Wall Thickness (in.)

.01

.01

31

37

46

62

1,108

1.38

1,665

1,920

2,590

820

1.040

1,290

1,525

2,060

.01

.01

.012

.012

.012

Flange Mount Fitting

90° Elbow Flange Mount

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1” 11/4” 11/4” 11/2” 11/2” 2”

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100’ Coil 100’ Coil 100’ Coil 100’ Coil 100’ Coil 200’ Coil 100’ Coil 200’ Coil 200’ Coil

Straight Straight Straight Reducing Straight Reducing Straight Straight Straight

3/8” (1/2” NPT) 1/2” 3/4”

3/4” – 1/2” NPT

1” 1”– 3/4” NPT 11/4” 11/2” 2”

24/box 24/box 24/box 16/box 16/box 16/box 6/box 4/box 4/box

216968 87393 87394 219624 87395 219625 205454 219622 219623

Mounting Bracket

MFG#

type

pkg. qty. Size

TRPFGP-TM-375 TRPFGP-TM-500 TRPFGP-TM-750 TRPFGP-TM-1000 TRPFGP-90TM-375 TRPFGP-90TM-500 TRPFGP-MT6-500 TRPFGP-MT12-500 TRPMT6-750

Termination Mount Termination Mount Termination Mount Termination Mount 90° Termination Mount 90° Termination Mount 6” Meter Termination 12” Meter Termination 6” Meter Termination

12/Box 12/Box 8/Box 8/Box 8/Box 8/Box 1 ea. 1 ea. 1 ea.

3/8”

Flange Fittings TRPFGP-FF-375 TRPFGP-FF-500 TRPFGP-FF-750 TRPFGP-FF-1000 TRPFGP-FF-1250 TRPBFF-375 TRPBFF-500 TRPBFF-750 TRPBFF-1000 TRPFGP-BFF-114 TRPFGP-ELLS-375 TRPFGP-ELLS-500

Iron Flange Iron Flange Iron Flange Mount Iron Flange Mount Iron Flange Mount Brass Flange Brass Flange Brass Flange Brass Flange Flange Bracket 90° Elbow Flange Mount 90° Elbow Flange Mount

12/box 12/box 8/box 8/box 4/box

3/8”

TracPipe by TracPipe Outlet

MFG# Size Pkg. Qty webb# 3/8”

TRPFGP-FST-375 TRPFGP-FST-500 TRPFGP-FST-750 TRPFGP-RST750-500 TRPFGP-FST-1000 TRPFGP-RST1000-750 TRPFGP-FST-1250 TRPFGP-FST-1500 TRPFGP-FST-2000

pkg. qty. webb#

216985 216986 216987 216988 216989 241888 S720800 242755 242756

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— — — — ­ 1 ea. 8/box 8/box

webb# 217405 217406 217407 219626 217401 217402 246855 246856 250428

1/2” 3/4”

1” 3/8” 1/2” 1/2” 1/2” 3/4”

216975 87398 87399 87376 216976 153621 216963 216964 216965 222077 216981 216982

1/2” 3/4”

1” 11/4” 3/8” 1/2” 34” 1” All 3/8” 1/2”

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* EHD (Effective Hydraulic Diameter) A relative measure of Flow Capacity. This number is used to compare individual sizes between different manufacturers. The higher the EHD number the greater flow capacity of the piping.

TRPUG375-100 TRPUG500-100 TRPUG750-100 TRPUG100-100 TRPUG125-100 TRPUG500-200 TRPUG150-100 TRPUG150-200 TRPUG200-100

type Size

Termination Mount, Meter Termination

Description/Dimensions

Part number Size (inch)

MFG#

TracPipe by Pipe Outlet

MFG#

type Size Pkg. Qty webb#

TRPFGP-TF500-T500 TRPFGP-TF750-T750 TRPFGP-TF1000T1000 TRPFGP-TF750-T500 TRPFGP-TF1000-T500 TRPFGP-CPLG-375 TRPFGP-CPLG-500 TRPFGP-CPLG-750 TRPFGP-CPLG-1000

Tee Tee Tee Tee Tee Coupling Coupling Coupling Coupling

1/2” X 1/2” 14/box 3/4” X 3/4” 12/box

1” X 1” 1/2” X 3/4” 1” X 3/4” 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1”

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10/box — — 24/box 24/box 16/box 16/box

253452 222079 222081 222082 216977 216978 216979 216980

MFG#

type Size

TRPT500-500 TRPT750-750 TRPT750-500 TRPT1000-1000

Tee Tee Tee Tee

Tee

webb#

1/2” FIP 3/4” FIP 3/4” X 1/2” FIP

1” FIP

Coupling

222078 222084 S661838 222080

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Spare Split Rings

Shrink Cuffs

MFG# Size

Full Striker Plate

Track Pipe, Yellow Gas Pipe Fittings & Accessories

TRPRING-375 TRPRING-500 TRPRING-700

(Two required for each run)

webb#

MFG# Size

222083 242572 242210

3/8” Spare 1/2” Spare 3/4” Spare

Shrink Cuffs

Striker Plates MFG# Description Size Pkg. Qty webb# Half Striker Quarter Striker

Floppy Strip Wound Conduit

TRPFGP-SP-025 TRPFGP-SP-050 TRPFGP-SP-100

Quarter Striker Plate Half Striker Plate Full Striker

3” X 2” 3” X 7” 3” X 12”

500/box 100/box 50/box

Vent Tees

87381 87380 87379

Pipe Wrap

Coated Manifold

3/4”

1” 11/4” 11/2” 2” 21/2”

50’ Coil 50’ Coil 25’ Coil 25’ Coil 25’ Coil 25’ Coil

1/2” 3/4”

1” 11/4” 11/2” 2”

216990 216991 216992 216993 216994 242757 242758

MFG# Size TRPVT-38 3/8” TRPVT-12 1/2” TRPVT-34 3/4” TRPVT-1 1” TRPVT-200 11/4” TRPVT-112 11/2” TRPVT-2 2”

webb# 216995 216996 216997 216998 216999 242759 242760

Underground TracPipe Pipe Wrap

MFG# Desc.

216969 216970 216971 216972 205456 216973

Tube Cutter

TRPTC-151 TRPTC-152

webb#

Tube Cutter for 3/8” – 11/4” Tube Cutter for 11/4” – 2”

242814 216984

MFG# Desc. TRP915-10H-12

Yellow Outdoor

webb# 242814

Bulk Hose

Manifold Bracket

Spiral Reinforced Series 7132 LP Gas Hose

Manifolds MFG# Description Size Pkg. Qty TRPFGP-MI-PC TRPFGP-MB2 TRPTERM-BRAC TRPP-LC

3/8”

TracPipe Tools

MFG# Description Size Pkg. Qty webb# Floppy Fits 3/8” Floppy Fits 1/2” Floppy Fits 3/4” Floppy Fits 1” Floppy Fits 11/4” Floppy Fits 2”

TRPHST-38 TRPHST-12 TRPHST-34 TRPHST-1 TRPHST-300 TRPHST-350-6 TRPHST-2

webb#

MFG# DESCRIPTION webb# TRPFGPGC-2 Bonding Clamp 1”–11/4” 373300 TRPFGPGC-1 Bonding Clamp 3/8”–1/2”– 3/4” 373301

Floppy Galvanized Steel Conduit TRPFGP-FPY-375-50 TRPFGP-FPY-500-50 TRPFGP-FPY-750-50 TRPFGP-FPY-1000-50 TRPFPY-1250 TRPFPY-1500

Vent Tees

(Use when required by local codes)

Coated Manifold 3/4” X 1/2” X 1/2”(4) Manifold Bracket * Flange L Bracket * Load Center w/Bracket *

1 ea. 1 ea. 1 ea. 1 ea.

webb# 246854 217403 222077 216983

Load Center w/Bracket

Features a smooth, abrasion resistant cover and the flexibility of the 4 spiral reinforcements result in a hose that is easier to handle and glides smoothly over any surface. • Tube: Black Nitrile. • Cover: Perforated Black Neoprene. • Reinforcement: Multiple Textile Braids. • Temp. Range: -50°F to 180°F.

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mfr# DESC. Webb# HOS1X125WFIT 1” X 125’ 185593 HOS1X150WFIT 1” X 150’ 185595 HOS1X175WFIT 1” X 175’ 206544

F.W. Webb stocks miller furnaces!

Accessories Black Pipe Wrap Tape mfr# 9054 9052 16-002

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webb# 75684 81161 72769

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Dormont Stainless Steel Gas Connectors

Dormont Stainless Steel Gas Connectors

Residential Stainless Steel Gas Appliance Connectors

(cont.)

Dormont’s complete line of flexible, corrugated, Supr-Safe® stainless steel connectors attach all types of gas appliances to gas utility lines. . .easily and safely. We carry the largest inventory in the business, with connectors ranging from 3/8” through 11/2” O.D.

Stainless Steel Gas Connectors

F.W. Webb Company

Range Connectors with End Fittings (cont.) 30-4141-18 5/8” 1/2” 18” 3/4 mnpt 30-4141-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 3/4 mnpt 30-4141-36 5/8” 1/2” 36” 3/4 mnpt 30-4144-18 5/8” 1/2” 18” 3/4 mnpt–3/4” mnpt 90 30-4144-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 3/4 mnpt–3/4” mnpt 90 30-4144-36 5/8” 1/2” 36” 3/4 mnpt–3/4” mnpt 90 30-4144-48 5/8” 1/2” 48” 3/4 mnpt–3/4” mnpt 90 30-4242-18 5/8” 1/2” 18” 3/4 fnpt 30-4242-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 3/4 fnpt 30-4242-36 5/8” 1/2” 36” 3/4 fnpt 30-4242-48 5/8” 1/2” 48” 3/4 fnpt 30-4242-60 5/8” 1/2” 60” 3/4 fnpt 30-4242-72 5/8” 1/2” 72” 3/4 fnpt 40-4142-24 1” 3/4” 24” 3/4 mnpt–3/4 fnpt

213943 213944 197947 67650 55306 67651 67653 55305 67652 55307 55308 185457 185459 184568

Stainless Steel Gas Connectors

End Fittings mfr# Description

webb#

Dryer 20 Series (Fittings for 1/2” OD Connectors) 90-2032 1/2” fnpt for 1/2” OD (3/8” ID) DOR90-2042 3/4” fnpt for 1/2” OD (3/8” ID) Dryer 30 Series (Fittings for 5/8” OD Connectors) 90-3031 1/2” mnpt for 5/8” OD (1/2” ID) 90-3041 3/4” mnpt for 5/8” OD (1/2” ID) 90-3032 1/2” fnpt for 5/8” OD (1/2” ID) 90-3042 3/4” fnpt for 5/8” OD (1/2” ID)

246634 179505 185463 209028 185462 185461

Commercial Supr-Safe® Disconnect Gas Appliance Connectors – BPQ Series Stainless Steel corrugated hose, encased in a stainless steel braid, covered with a thick Super-Flex coating and fitted with an A Type “Push-to-Connect” quick disconnect coupling.

Supr-Safe®

mfr# description 1/2” Quick Couplings 1650BPQ36 1/2” X 36” 3/4” Quick Couplings 1675BPQ36 3/4” X 36” 1675BPQ48 3/4” X 48” 1675BPQ60 3/4” X 60” 1675BPQB48 3/4” X 48” (B Type) 1” Quick Couplings 16100BPQ24 1” X 24” 16100BPQ36 1” X 36” Connectors with Restraining Device 1650BPQR36 1/2” X 36” Supr-Safe® Gas Connector Kits 1650KIT36 1/2” X 36” 1675KIT48 3/4” X 48” Supr-Swivel™ Kits with Restraining Device 1650BPQSR36 1/2” X 36”

webb# 213236 185435 185436 185438 204050 216370 216371 163869 163864 217546 163871

Replacement Gas Connectors with Plastic Coating 1650BP36 1/2” X 36” 163873 1675BP36 3/4” X 36” 163874 16100BP60 1” X 60” 242455

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Description MFR# od id lENGTH tHREAD tYPE WEBB# Water Heater, Gas Log, Space Heater, Connectors with Fittings 10-2121-12 3/8” 1/4” 12” 3/8 mnpt end 242096 10-2121-18 3/8” 1/4” 18” 3/8 mnpt end 202067 10-2121-24 3/8” 1/4” 24” 3/8 mnpt end 185424 10-2121-30 3/8” 1/4” 30” 3/8 mnpt end 246859 10-2121-36 3/8” 1/4” 36” 3/8 mnpt end 244976 10-2121-48 3/8” 1/4” 48” 3/8 mnpt end 246858 10-2222-12 3/8” 1/4” 12” 3/8 fnpt end 185448 10-2222-18 3/8” 1/4” 18” 3/8 fnpt end 188283 10-2222-24 3/8” 1/4” 24” 3/8 fnpt end 215474 10-2222-36 3/8” 1/4” 36” 3/8 fnpt end 213164 10-2222-48 3/8” 1/4” 48” 3/8 fnpt end 245962 10-3131-12 3/8” 1/4” 12” 1/2 mnpt end 256880 10-3131-18 3/8” 1/4” 18” 1/2 mnpt end 209723 10-3131-24 3/8” 1/4” 24” 1/2 mnpt end 256858 10-3131-36 3/8” 1/4” 36” 1/2 mnpt end 209724 Dryer Connections with Fittings 20-2122-18 1/2” 3/8” 18” 3/8 mnpt/fnpt 163856 20-2122-30 1/2” 3/8” 30” 3/8 mnpt/fnpt 163857 20-2222-36 1/2” 3/8” 36” 3/8 fnpt 192747 20-2222-48 1/2” 3/8” 48” 3/8 fnpt 206103 20-3122-12 1/2” 3/8” 12” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 191054 20-3122-18 1/2” 3/8” 18” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 192608 20-3122-24 1/2” 3/8” 24” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 191055 20-3122-36 1/2” 3/8” 36” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 192613 20-3122-48 1/2” 3/8” 48” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 192610 20-3122-60 1/2” 3/8” 60” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 192611 20-3122-72 1/2” 3/8” 72” 1/2 mnpt–3/8 fnpt 191056 20-3131-12 1/2” 3/8” 12” 1/2 mnpt 166786 20-3131-18 1/2” 3/8” 18” 1/2 mnpt 209421 20-3131-24 1/2” 3/8” 24” 1/2 mnpt 166228 20-3131-36 1/2” 3/8” 36” 1/2 mnpt 209422 20-3131-48 1/2” 3/8” 48” 1/2 mnpt 166229 20-3131-60 1/2” 3/8” 60” 1/2 mnpt 209423 20-3132-36 1/2” 3/8” 36” 1/2 mnpt–1/2 fnpt 215815 20-3132-48 1/2” 3/8” 48” 1/2 mnpt–1/2 fnpt 224158 Range Connectors with Fittings 30-3131-12 5/8” 1/2” 12” 1/2 mnpt 245963 30-3131-18 5/8” 1/2” 18” 1/2 mnpt 218889 30-3131-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 1/2 mnpt 193511 30-3131-30 5/8” 1/2” 30” 1/2 mnpt 201236 30-3131-36 5/8” 1/2” 36” 1/2 mnpt 79589 30-3131-48 5/8” 1/2” 48” 1/2 mnpt 179822 30-3131-60 5/8” 1/2” 60” 1/2 mnpt 212867 30-3131-72 5/8” 1/2” 72” 1/2 mnpt 218890 30-3132-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 1/2 mnpt–1/2 fnpt 204534 30-3132-30 5/8” 1/2” 30” 1/2 mnpt–1/2 fnpt 163854 30-3132-48 5/8” 1/2” 48” 1/2 mnpt–1/2 fnpt 163855 30-3232-12 5/8” 1/2” 12” 1/2 fnpt 185449 30-3232-18 5/8” 1/2” 18” 1/2 fnpt 68547 30-3232-24 5/8” 1/2” 24” 1/2 fnpt 68548 30-3232-36 5/8” 1/2” 36” 1/2 fnpt 68549 30-3232-48 5/8” 1/2” 48” 1/2 fnpt 68692 30-3232-60 5/8” 1/2” 60” 1/2 fnpt 185458 30-3232-72 5/8” 1/2” 72” 1/2 fnpt 185460

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R. W. Lyall Propane Piping Systems

(cont.) Type S — “Push-To-Connect”

Lower Installation Costs — Fewer Repairs Over Time

Dormont makes connecting and disconnecting moveable/castered equipment easier and safer with the Supr-Quik® quick disconnect coupling (Type A). Supr-Quik® is the only quick disconnect coupling designed specifically for the needs of the foodservice industry. Features: • “Push-to-Connect” allows for easy one hand reconnect of gas line. mfr# A50 A75 Push-to-Connect

Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings

description 1/2” Quick Disconnect Fitting 3/4” Quick Disconnect Fitting

Residential Application

The LycoFit® connection system by Lyall, which requires no pipe preparation or special training, is much easier and faster to install compared to other mechanical fittings, electrofusion, and thermal fusion methods. Even more important is that installation failures due to bad pipe cuts, poor fusion, and weak connections are eliminated in the process. Add to that the durability of Lyall chemically resistant fittings and you will no longer have to concern yourself with re-installation due to typical joint failures.

webb# 163860 163861

Multi-Plane Supr-Swivel™ Fitting The Multi-Plane Supr-Swivel™ fitting is designed to meet the challenges that a gas connector faces in action. It dramatically increases the connector’s range of movement and flexibility. As castered equipment is moved in and out and from side to side the gas connector is subject to stress in multiple places. Only the Dormont Multi-Plane Supr-Swivel™ can relieve these multiple stresses. mfr# S75

Supr-Swivel™

description 3/4” Gas Swivel Connector

webb# 163859

Coiled Restraining Device For maximum safety, a restraining device in required under the ANSI & CGA standards for the safe installtion of all types of moveable/castered gas appliances. Dormont also include commercial mounting hardware to attach the heavy duty restraining device to both the wall and equipment. mfr# description Restraining Device Coils RDC-36 for 36” Commercial flex RDC-48 for 48” Commercial flex

Coiled Restraining Device

LYCOFIT® Mechanical Fittings

webb# 163862 163863

Fitting — (for use with Dormont Gas Connectors Only) description webb# 1/2” Flare X 1/2” MIP (Tapped 3/8” FIP) 215631

• 100% leak-proof, easy to install. • Cost effective, maintenance free joining system. • Unprecedented performance levels and proven reliability. • Excellent durability resistant to harsh chemicals and cracking. • Simple installation, no fusion equipment required. • No measuring or calculating required. • Absolutely no slippage or pull-out.

Victor, F.W. Webb’s lp gas division, has their own web site: www.victormfg.com

F.W. Webb Company

LYCOFIT® is a mechanical fitting for connecting underground Polyethylene (PE) gas piping systems. Lyall offers over 900 configurations allowing for varied installation requirements. Patented 100% Leak-Proof Design The LYCOFIT® fitting takes advantage of the natural sealing properties of the PE pipe, in a superior patented design that uses a barbed spigot to seal the inside diameter (ID) of the PE gas pipe, and a completion sleeve that provides the force necessary for a leak-proof, reliable connection every time. By using the polyethylene as the gasket material, this assures a positive seal between the coupling and the pipe regardless of the outside condition of the pipe. The system eliminates the use of O-rings and rubber gaskets that could leak on scratched pipe or deteriorate under adverse conditions like exposure to chemicals. Compact LYCOFIT® designs allow for installation in confined spaces. Eliminates Pull-Out The design provides a connection so strong that it provided enough gripping power to eliminate pull-out 100% of the time. In ASTM Quick Burst and Tensile Testing, PE Pipe fails before the LYCOFIT® coupling every time! Instant Visual Check LYCOFIT® provides the installer with a full visual quality check — first “pipe-on” and the “sleeve on” in each installation for a gas tight connection.

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Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings R. W. Lyall Propane Piping Systems

R. W. Lyall Propane Piping Systems

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LYCOFIT® Mechanical Fittings mfr# description PE Pipe to Copper Tube Adapter

webb#

Double End Couplings

1/2” CTS 1” CTS 1” CTS 1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 11/2” IPS 2” IPS

183448 179004 179005 183453 183449 183450 183451 179012 183452

Stop & Go Couplings

LYCLC010B-SGR LYCLC050W-SGR LYCLC060Y-SGR

1/2” CTS 1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS

mfr# description Webb# 3-Way Tee Couplings

179025 179027 179028

LYCLC010B-3TR LYCLC030B-3TR LYCLC050W-3TR LYCLC060Y-3TR LYCLC070Y-3TR LYCLC090Y-3TR LYCLC200Y-3TR

1/2” CTS

1” CTS 1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS

179029 179031 183470 183467 179037 183520 183469

90° Elbow Couplings

LYCLC010B-ELR LYCLC030B-ELR LYCLC060Y-ELR LYCLC070Y-ELR LYCLC080X-ELR

1” CTS 3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS

179040 179042 183458 183459 183460

11/4” IPS 2” IPS

179086 179087

1/2” CTS

Repair Couplings

Reducer Couplings LYCLC080X-DER LYCLC200Y-DER 1/2” CTS X 1/2” CTS 1” CTS X 1/2” CTS 1” CTS X 1/2” IPS 1” CTS X 3/4” IPS 11/4” CTS X 1/2” CTS 1/2” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS 1” IPS X 1/2” CTS 1” IPS X 1/2” IPS 1” IPS X 3/4” IPS

1” IPS X 1” CTS 2” IPS X 11/4” IPS

179063 179066 179067 179068 179069 179073 193507 179074 179077 182465 179080 179081 179084

mfr# description Mechanical Tapping Tees LC080010B-TT 11/4” IPS X 1/2” CTS LC080030D-TT 11/4” IPS X 1” CTS LC080050W-TT 11/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS LC080060Y-TT 11/4” IPS X 3/4” IPS LC080070Y-TT 11/4” IPS X 1” IPS LC200010B-TT 2” IPS X 1/2” CTS LC200030B-TT 2” IPS X 1” CTS LC200050W-TT 2” IPS X 1/2” IPS LC200060Y-TT 2” IPS X 3/4” IPS LC200070Y-TT 2” IPS X 1” IPS

webb#

mfr# description Webb# Anodeless 90° Bend Rigid Riser

179131 179133 216004 179141 179143 198639 216006 179154 179156 179157

LYCSTDLY050010T LYCSTDLY060010T LYCSTDLY060050T LYCSTDLY060060T LYCSTDLY070010T LYCSTDLY070030T LYCSTDLY070050T LYCSTDLY070060T LYCSTDLY070070T LYCSTDLY080080T LYCSTDLY090090T LYCSTDLY200200T

Test Cap, Mechanical Tapping Tees LCTESTCAP Fits all Lyall Mechanical Tapping Tees

Transition Fittings

mfr# Threaded Steel End LYCLT060S060Y-BT LYCLT070S030B-BT LYCLT070S070Y-BT LYCLT080S080X-BT LYCLT090S090Y-BT LYCLT200S200Y-BT

Anodeless Flexible Riser

description 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS 1” NPT X 1” CTS 1” NPT X 1” IPS 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS 11/2” NPT X 11/2” IPS 2” NPT X 2” IPS

webb# 198865 202405 198870 215614 202399 202400

LYCSTDLY060010FX-T 3/4” NPT X 1/2” CTS LYCSTDLY060050FX-T 3/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS LYCSTDLY060060FX-T 3/4” IPS X 3/4” IPS LYCSTDLY070010FX-T 1” NPT X 1/2” CTS LYCSTDLY070050FX-T 1” NPT X 1/2” IPS LYCSTDLY070060FX-T 1” IPS X 3/4” IPS

192494 192628 192630 192631 192632 192634

Anodeless LPG Flexible Tank Risers

End Caps

LYCLC010B-ECR LYCLC050W-ECR LYCLC060Y-ECR LYCLC070Y-ECR LYCLC080X-ECR LYCLC200Y-ECR

1/2” CTS 1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS

1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS

179014 183457 179021 183455 179023 179024

Lyall Polyethylene Ball Valves Available through special order. Continental Fittings Continental Chamber Tools Lyall Sourceheadness

1” NPT X 1” IPS 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS 2” NPT X 2” IPS

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252451 252452 252456

Lyall Meter Manifolds mfr# Manifolds, Multi-Meter LYCM080KPL070C LYCM080KPL070A

description 1 1/4” X 3 Port 1 1/4” X 1 Port

webb# 318127 318128

Manifolds, Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST)

Steel Pipe to PE Pipe Transitions 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS

LYCSTDLY050010FX-PGS 1/2” NPT X 1/2” CTS LYCSTDLY050050FX-PGS 1/2” NPT X 1/2” IPS LYCSTDLY060060FX-PGS 3/4” NPT X 3/4” NPT

183510 183511 183512 179062

LYCMIP0600600504PD

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3/4” NPT X 1/2” NPT, 4 Outlets

252464

Brackets for Risers & Manifolds LYCBRKL-9 LYCBRKL-6

F.W. Webb Company

1” NPT X 1” CTS 1” NPT X 1/2” IPS 1” NPT X 3/4” IPS 1” NPT X 1” IPS 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS 11/2” NPT X 11/2” IPS 2” NPT X 2” IPS

193302 192989 180062 180063 193893 193894 193895 193896 183406 180066 193897 193898

LYCLC060S060Y-SPB LYCLC070S070Y-SPB LYCLC080S080X-SPB LYCLC200S200Y-SPB

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1/2” NPT X 1/2” CTS 3/4” NPT X 1/2” CTS 3/4” NPT X 1/2” IPS 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS 1” NPT X 1/2” CTS

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LYCLC010B010A-RR LYCLC030D010B-RR LYCLC030D050W-RR LYCLC030D060Y-RR LYCLC040B010B-RR LYCLC050W010B-RR LYCLC060Y010B-RR LYCLC060Y050W-RR LYCLC070Y010B-RR LYCLC070Y050W-RR LYCLC070Y060Y-RR LYCLC070Y030B-RR LYCLC200Y080X-RR

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Lycofit® Mechanical Tapping Tees

LYCLC375010B-GCR 3/8” O.D. Flare X 1/2” CTS 179091 LYCLC500010B-GCR 1/2” O.D. Flare X 1/2” CTS 179093

LYCLC010B-DER LYCLC030B-DER LYCLC030D-DER LYCLC050W-DER LYCLC060Y-DER LYCLC070Y-DER LYCLC080X-DESR LYCLC090Y-DESR LYCLC200Y-DESR

Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings


Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings Continental Con-Stab I.D. Seal Fittings mfr# Full Coupling LYC3259-52-1012-00 LYC3259-52-1013-00 LYC3259-52-1014-00 LYC3259-52-1015-00 LYC3259-52-1017-00 LYC3259-52-1004-00

description

webb# 269238 269239 269289 269240 269241 269237

Reduced Couplings LYC3259-54-1404-00 LYC3259-54-1304-00 LYC3259-54-1204-00 LYC3259-54-1312-00 LYC3259-54-1413-00 LYC3259-54-1513-00 LYC3259-54-1514-00 LYC3259-54-1715-00

1” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” CTS 1/2” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS 1” IPS X 3/4” IPS 11/4” IPS X 3/4” IPS 11/4” IPS X 1” IPS 2” IPS X 11/4” IPS

269254 269252 269251 269253 269255 269256 269257 269258

90 Degree Elbows LYC3259-51-1012-00 LYC3259-51-1013-00 LYC3259-51-1014-00 LYC3259-51-1015-00 LYC3259-51-1017-00 LYC3259-51-1004-00

1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

269219 269220 269221 269222 269223 269218

1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

269213 269214 269215 269216 269217 269212

Reducing Tee’s LYC3259-49-1304-00 LYC3259-49-1404-00 LYC3259-49-1413-00 LYC3259-49-1715-00

3/4” IPS X 1/2” CTS 1” IPS X 1/2” CTS 1” IPS X 3/4” IPS 2” IPS X 11/4” IPS

269259 269260 269261 269262

3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

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269264 269265 269266 269267 269263

mfr# Double End Couplings LYCLC050W-DER LYCLC060Y-DER LYCLC070Y-DER LYCLC080X-DESR LYCLC090Y-DESR LYCLC0200Y-DESR LYCLC010B-DER Stop and Go Couplings LYCLC050W-SGR LYCLC060Y-SGR LYCLC010B-SGR Reduced Couplings LYCLC050W010B-RR LYCLC060Y010B-RR LYCLC060Y050W-RR LYCLC070Y060Y-RR LYCLC070Y50W-RR LYCLC070Y010B-RR 3 Way Tee’s LYCLC050W-3TR LYCLC060Y-3TR LYCLC070Y-3TR LYCLC090Y-3TR LYCLC080X-3TR LYCLC200Y-3TR LYCLC010B-ELR 90 Degree Elbows LYCLC060Y-ELR LYCLC070Y-ELR LYCLC080X-ELR LYCLC090Y-ELR LYCLC010B-ELR

Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings LYCOFIT® Installation Tools

R.W. Lyall Risers (Required Coupling)

description Webb#

1” IPS 11/4” IPS 11/2” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

183453 183449 183450 183451 179012 183452 183448

1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS 1/2” CTS

179025 179028 179025

1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS

179073 193507 179074 179080 182465 179077

1/2” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS 1” IPS X 3/4” IPS 1” IPS X 1/2” IPS 1” IPS X 1/2” CTS

183470 183467 179037 183520

1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS

1” IPS 11/4” IPS 11/2” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

183469 179040

mfr# Anodeless Rigid Risers

size

LYCSTDLY050010T LYCSTDLY060050T LYCSTDLY060060T LYCSTDLY070070T LYCSTDLY080080T LYCSTDLY090090T LYCSTDLY200200T

(NPT OUTLET X PE INLET) 1/2” NPT X 1/2” CTS 3/4” NPT X 1/2” IPS 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS 1” NPT X 1’ IPS 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS 11/2” NPT X 11/2” IPS 2” NPT X 2” IPS

webb#

193302 180062 180063 183406 180066 193897 193898

Adoneless Flexible Risers (48”) LYCSTDLY060010FX-T LYCSTDLY060050FX-T LYCSTDLY060060FX-T

3/4” NPT X 1/2” CTS 3/4” IPS X 1/2” IPS 3/4” IPS X 3/4” IPS

192494 192628 192630

Transition Fittings (Threaded Steel X PE Pipe) 16” Overall Length LYCLT060S060Y-BT 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS 198865 LYCLT070S070Y-BT 1” NPT X 1” IPS 198870 LYCLT080S080X-BT 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS 215614 LYCLT200S200Y-BT 2” NPT X 2” IPS 202400

mfr#

size Webb#

Service Head Flexible Risers 48” Tank Risers (No Coupling Required) 183458 183459 183460

3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 11/2” IPS 1/2” CTS

179040

Repair Couplings Call Victor Mfg.

LYCSHAFC050010B-48 LYCSHAFC050050W-48 LYCSHAFC060060Y-48

183510 183511 183512 179062

1/2” NPT X 1/2” CTS 1/2” NPT X 1/2” IPS 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS

261880 261881 261884

Dual Quick Ratchet Press (QRP-200) Designed for manual installations, the dual ratchet design of the QRP-200 makes it simple to install of medium to large sized piping systems. Installs all LYCOFIT® couplings from 3/4” IPS through 2” IPS.

mfr# LYCQRP-100

description 1/2” CTS — 1” IPS

webb# 179095

Accessories for QRP Tool mfr# description Pipe Jaw Vise-Grip LYCAPJ010 LYCAPJ050 LYCAPJ060 LYCAPJ070 LYLF-BOXQRP

1/2” CTS 3/4” CTS / 1/2” IPS

1” CTS / 3/4” IPS 11/4” CTS / 1” IPS Tool Box for QRP-100

webb#

183540 179097 179098 183518 179100

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Service Head Flexible Risers 84” LYCSHAFC050010B-84 LYCSHAF050050W-84 LYCSHAFC060060Y-84

Steel Pipe to PE Transitions (With Mechanical Coupling) LYCLC060S060Y-SPB 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS LYCLC070S070Y-SPB 1” NPT X 1” IPS LYCLC080S080X-SPB 11/4” NPT X 11/4” IPS LYCLC200S200Y-SPB 2” NPT X 2” IPS

Tools that make every job quick and easy LYCOFIT® Tools allow for quick and easy installation of LYCOFIT® fittings. These tools provide perfect alignment and precision installment each and every time, without special training or time consuming measurements required. Quick Ratchet Press (QRP-100) The QRP-100 is a light weight, durable, single ratchet field assembly tool that installs all LYCOFIT® couplings from 1/2” CTS/IPS through 1” CTS.

1/2” NPT X 1/2” CTS 1/2” NPT X 1/2” IPS 3/4” NPT X 3/4” IPS

261885 261886 261889

PE Coated 12 ga.-500’

359306

500’

183516

To make sure you do each operation quickly, easily, and properly every time Lyall offers the right tools to assure the job is done correctly.

Locator Wire VCTTRACERWIRE Detection Tape “Caution Gas Line Below” MISUD21

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3 Way Tee’s LYC3259-50-1012-00 LYC3259-50-1013-00 LYC3259-50-1014-00 LYC3259-50-1015-00 LYC3259-50-1017-00 LYC3259-50-1004-00

Repairing Couplings LYC1359-56-1200-00 LYC1459-56-1200-00 LYC3238-14-4415-00 LYC3238-14-4417-00 LYC0459-56-1200-00

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3/4” IPS 1” IPS 11/4” IPS 2” IPS 1/2” CTS

1/2” IPS

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Gas Pipe, Tubing & Fittings R.W. Lyall Propane Piping Systems (cont.)

webb# 183440 183535

Accessories for LAP Tool mfr# Pipe Clamp

LYCAPJ080-1 LYCAPJ090 LYCAPJ200-1 LYCAPJ200PB-01 LYCLF-BOXLAP

description

Standard – 11/4” IPS Standard – 11/2” IPS Standard – 2” IPS Pull-Back – 2” IPS Tool Box for LAP-100

webb#

179105 193027 179105 179108 179109

Specifications • Meets or exceed all requirements for the Categorization of Mechanical Fittings within ASTM D2513-90c Category 1, and requirements from the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 49 Part 192.281 and 192.283. • Meets or exceeds NFPA-58 – 1002, DOT and ISO requirements. • Listed with IAPMO/UPS and CSA • Conforms to the Mechanical Fitting Specification as defined in ASTM F 1924. A complete set of specifications and test results for the product are available upon request.

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Yellow Plastic Gas Pipe

mfr# Description Webb# IPS Sizes YGP12SDR93-50 1/2” IPS X 50’ 165570 YGP12SDR93-100 1/2” IPS X 100’ 165738 YGP12SDR93-150 1/2” IPS X 150’ 165739 YGP12SDR93-200 1/2” IPS X 200’ 165740 YGP12SDR93-500 1/2” IPS X 500’ 183399 YGP34SDR11-50 3/4” IPS X 50’ 165571 YGP34SDR11-100 3/4” IPS X 100’ 165741 YGP34SDR11-150 3/4” IPS X 150’ 165742 YGP34SDR11-500 3/4” IPS X 500’ 183429 YGP1SDR11-100 1” IPS X 100’ 165572 YGP1SDR11-150 1” IPS X 150’ 165743 YGP1SDR11-200 1” IPS X 200’ 165744 YGP1SDR11-500 1” IPS X 500’ 183430 YGP114SDR10-100 11/4” IPS X 100’ 165574 YGP114SDR10-150 11/4” IPS X 150’ 165747 YGP114SDR10-200 11/4” IPS X 200’ 165748 YGP114SDR11-100 11/4” IPS X 500’ 165573 YGP114SDR11-150 11/4” IPS X 150’ 165745 YGP114SDR11-200 11/4” IPS X 200’ 165746 YGP114SDR11-500 11/4” IPS X 500’ 183431 YGP112DR11-150 11/2” IPS X 150’ 165575 YGP112SDR11-500 11/2” IPS X 500’ 183432 YGP2SDR11-50 2” IPS X 15’ 165776 YGP2SDR11-100 2” IPS X 100’ 165749 YGP2SDR11-150 2” IPS X 150’ 165750 YGP1DR11-200 2” IPS X 200’ 165751 *YGP3SDR115-200 2” IPS X 500’ 165752 *YGP3SDR11-500 3” IPS X 500’ 165752 *YGP4SDR115 4” IPS 165579 * Special Order CTS Sizes YGP12CTS090-100 1/2” CTS X 100’ YGP12CTS090-200 1/2” CTS X 200’ YGP12CTS090-500 1/2” CTS X 500’ YGP12CTS099-50 1/2” CTS X 50’ YGP12CTS099-100 1/2” CTS X 100’ YGP12CTS099-300 1/2” CTS X 300’ YGP1CTS099-75 1” IPS X 75’ YGP1CTS099-150 1” IPS X 150’ YGP1CTS099-200 1” IPS X 200’ YGP1CTS099-300 1” IPS X 300’ YGP1CTS099-500 1” IPS X 500’ YGP1CTS102-75 1” IPS X 75’ YGP1CTS102-150 1” IPS X 150’

193140 193141 183524 202853 165581 203239 165762 165754 165755 165756 183525 165763 165758

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Gas Ball Valves Models T-204 – System 2®

The new Jomar System-2 FIP to Flare, Flare to Flare and MIP to Flare valves are new products with vision. Equipped with all the features of the Blue-Cap®. • Raised wrench flats for installation ease. • It can be used in temperatures from -40°F to 300°F, making it ideal for outside use in extremely cold or warm climates. • The T-handle can be reversed into a locked position, by turning the handle to the off position, removing the tamper proof alien screw and reversing the handle 180° into the slot. • Each valve is shipped with plastic thread protectors to prevent leak causing nicks. • AGA and CGA design certified for use with natural, manufactured, mixed, liquified petroleum and LP gas/air mixture. • AGA and CGA listed 0.5, 2 lb, 5 lb, System. Mfr# Desc. Webb# Model T-204 – FIP x FL JOM101-502 1/2” x 3/8” FIP X FL JOM101-503 1/2” FIP X FL

165040 58791

Model T-203 – System 3® Equipped with all the features of the Blue-Cap®, the System-3 has additional features making it the best value on the valve market today. • A 1/8” NPT side tap allows a manometer to be inserted into the valve to test line pressure, eliminating the test tee and the labor to install it. • It can be used in temperatures down to -40°F to 300°F, making it ideal for outside use in extremely cold or warm climates. • The handle can be reversed into a locked position. Combined with the tamper proof screw, the possibility of unauthorized use is sharply reduced. • AGA and CGA design certified for use with natural, manufactured, mixed, liquified petroleum and LP gas/ air mixture. • UL Listings: LP Gas, flammable liquids, natural and manufactured gas, air, N2,inert gases including helium, CO2. • The valve is rated 150 WSP/600 WOG. Remove the plug and you have a drainable ball valve for any fluid system. Mfr# Desc. Webb#

Model T-204 – FL x FL JOM101-601 1/2” x 3/8” FL X FL JOM101-602 3/8” FL X FL JOM101-603 1/2” FL X FL JOM101-604 5/8” FL X FL

178937 184941 184942 184940

Model T-204 – MIP x FL JOM101-702 1/2” X 3/8” MIP X FL JOM101-703 3/8” MIP X FL

164856 164857

Model T-204 – System 3®

Model T-203 – FIP X FIP JOM102-301 3/4” FIP X 5/8” FL JOM102-203 3/4” FIP X 5/8” FL JOM102-303 1/2” FIP With Side Tap JOM102-304 3/4” FIP With Side Tap JOM102-305 1” FIP With Side Tap

178938 151303 151304 151305 178939

Model T-203 – FL X FL JOM102-402 3/8” FL With Side Tap JOM102-403 1/2” FL With Side Tap JOM102-404 5/8” FL With Side Tap JOM102-405 1/2” FEM X FL Side Tap

151306 151307 151308 167285

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Jomar’s Blue Cap® II Manual Gas Valve, Model T-204 is American Gas Association Laboratories design certified for use with natural, manufactured, mixed, liquified petroleum and LP gas/air mixtures. The Blue Cap® II may be used as a 150lb. steam valve/600 W.O.G.

Gas heating

LycoRing® Lightweight, disposable plastic ring that easily slips over the PE pipe and securely grips the pipe while inserting the pipe onto the LYCOFIT® spigot. The LycoRing® is included with the matching LYCOFIT® fitting and can be used with all LYCOFIT® configurations that use QRP and LAP tools, including tapping tee outlets. LycoRing® is provided with each LYCOFIT® fitting and eliminates the need for additional gripping tools to install fittings.

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Pressure rated PE 2406 IPS and CTS Gas pipe for natural gas distribution and service lines.

Large Auto Press (LAP-100) This heavy duty hydraulic tool is designed to provide thousands of worry free installations quickly and easily. Installs 11/4”, 11/2” and 2” IPS LYCOFIT® couplings. mfr# description Hydraulic Tool & ENERPAC™ LYCLAP100 11/4” IPS — 2” IPS LYCAHP100 ENERPAC™

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Mfr# Desc. Webb# Model T-204 – FIP X FIP JOM101-401 1/2” FIP X FIP JOM101-402 3/8” FIP X FIP JOM101-403 1/2” FIP X FIP JOM101-404 3/4” FIP X FIP

184937 184938 184939 184935

Model T-204 – With Tear Drop Handle JOM101-413 1/2” FIP JOM101-414 3/4” FIP

184575 184576

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Shut Offs Gas Ball Valves T-2000N Series

Blue Top® Gas Ball Valves CSA Certified One Piece Design mfr# description Lever Handle Model T-3000 101-025 1” T-1001 IPS 101-026 11/4” T-1001 IPS 101-027 11/2” T-1001 IPS 101-028 2” T-1001 IPS

webb# 75918 75919 75920 75921

Flare Valves 102-112 3/8” Flare X 1/2” FIP 102-113 1/2” Flare X 1/2” FIP 102-118 1/2” Flare X 3/4” FIP 102-114 5/8” Flare X 3/4” FIP

75914 75915 75916 73309

102-212 102-213

3/8” Flare X 1/2” MIP

73307 73308

102-312 102-313 102-314

3/8” Flare X 3/8” Flare

1/2” Flare X 1/2” MIP

1/2” Flare X 1/2” Flare 5/8” Flare X 5/8” Flare

75911 75912 75913

T-Handle Model T-3001 Massachusetts Code 101-612 3/8” T-3001 IPS 75917 101-613 1/2” T-3001 IPS 57841 101-614 3/4” T-3001 IPS 57842

Jomar’s T-2000N Series of steel valves are designed for rugged industrial applications of steam, water, oil, gas and corrosive materials. They are UL approved for LP gas, natural and manufactured gas, LP gas air mixtures and anhydrous– ammonia. They feature solid ball construction, 2nd generation P.T.F.E. seats, two piece standard port design. Double Viton O-Rings prevent stem leakage. Special 2000 PSI seats available upon request. • Conforms to federal specification WW-V-35. • Latch-Lock Feature: Valve comes complete with latch lock, which may be locked in open or closed position. • Pressure Rating: 2000 W.O.G. Mfr# Desc. Webb# Model T-CS-2000N-SS JOM100-952 1/2” 184958 JOM100-954 3/4” 184951 JOM100-955 1” 184955 JOM100-956 11/4” 184956 JOM100-958 2” 184957

Dimension in Inches

Lever Handle With Side Tap Model T-3100 102-513 1/2” T-3100 IPS 94075 102-514 3/4” T-3100 IPS 94076 102-515 1” T-3100 IPS 94077 102-522 102-523

3/8” Flare X 3/8” Flare 1/2” Flare X 1/2” Flare

94078 94079

Gas Cocks mfr# Size Square Head 10584-12 1/2” 10584-34 3/4” 10584-1 1” 10584-114 11/4” 10584-112 11/2” 10584-2 2”

c

d CV**

1/4”

2.07

0.37

1.76

4.33

6.8

webb#

3/8”

2.07

0.37

1.76

4.33

6.8

437 438 439 440 441 442

1/2”

2.34

0.50

1.92

4.33

9.8

3/4”

2.80

0.69

2.40

5.83

25

1”

3.23

0.87

2.56

5.83

35

11/4”

3.57

1.00

2.74

7.76

47

11/2”

4.04

1.25

2.98

7.76

81

2”

4.63

1.50

3.17

7.76

105

mfr# description webb# Lock Head VCTS80E41 3/4” Locking Meter Valve 250084 VCTS80F41 1” Locking Meter Valve 250085

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Nozzles

Hago Oil Burner Nozzle Series The Webb Part Number is the nozzle gal size, spray angle, and spray pattern, preceeded by HAG. Example: Spray Pattern

Hago 1.00 – 80H

is

Webb Number HAG100-80H

description spray angle flow rate range

“H” - HOLLOW CONE - RED CAPS This series distributes the atomized oil particles evenly toward the outside of the spray cone. These nozzles are particularly well suited for low firing rates and burners with a hollow air pattern. Normally used in wider spray angles.

30° 45° 60° 70° 80° 90°

.65 - 9.00 GP .40 - 9.00 GPH .40 - 9.00 GPH .40 - 9.00 GPH .40 - 9.00 GPH .50 - 9.00 GPH

“S-S” - SEMI SOLID CONE - BLUE CAPS Most suitable for general applications where exact air pattern or spray pattern requirements can’t be established. Droplet distribution is relatively even across spray cone in smaller flow rates, but becomes more hollow as flow rates increase.

30° 45° 60° 70° 80° 90°

.65 - 20.00 GPH .40 - 35.00 GPH .40 - 35.00 GPH .40 - 35.00 GPH .40 - 35.00 GPH .50 - 20.00 GPH

“B” - SOLID CONE - BLACK CAPS Designed to give optimum combustion efficiency on high static pressure flame retention burners which specify a “B” pattern. As compared to our “ES” pattern, somewhat more fuel is concentrated towards the center of the spray.

30° 45° 60° 70° 80° 90°

.40 - 2.00 GPH .40 - 2.00 GPH .40 - 2.00 GPH .40 - 2.00 GPH .40 - 2.00 GPH .40 - 2.00 GPH

“ES” - SOLID CONE - GREEN CAPS Our original solid cone series for low flow rates. Available for applications specifying a solid “ES” pattern.

30° 45° 60° 70° 80°

.40 - 1.75 GPH .40 - 1.75 GPH .40 - 1.75 GPH .40 - 1.75 GPH .40 - 1.75 GPH

“P” - SOLID CONE - GREEN CAPS The “P” type is an extension of our “B” and “ES” series for firing rates of 2.00 GPH and above. It produces a solid cone pattern in the low rates and becomes more hollow as the flow rate increases. Specially designed with a pocketed disc to reduce combustion noises and pulsation.

30° 45° 60° 70° 80°

2.00 - 15.00 GPH 2.00 - 35.00 GPH 2.00 - 35.00 GPH 2.00 - 35.00 GPH 2.00 - 35.00 GPH

“DFN” - DUAL FILTRATION - YELLOW CAPS Available in hollow (DFN-H) and solid cone (DFN-B) patterns, the DFN nozzles give enhanced protection against clogging in the very low flow rates.

45° 60° 70° 80°

.30 - 1.00 GPH .30 - 1.00 GPH .30 - 1.00 GPH .30 - 1.00 GPH

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Nozzles Oil Burner Nozzle Series (cont.) Technical Information FLOW RATING FLOW RATES IN USGPH @ 100 psi 125 140 150 175 200 250 300 GPH psi psi psi psi psi psi psi 0.34

0.35

0.37

0.40

0.42

0.47

0.52

0.35

0.39

0.41

0.43

0.46

0.49

0.55

0.61

0.40

0.45

0.47

0.49

0.53

0.57

0.63

0.69

0.45

0.50

0.53

0.55

0.60

0.64

0.71

0.78

0.50

0.56

0.59

0.61

0.66

0.71

0.79

0.87

0.60

0.67

0.71

0.73

0.79

0.85

0.95

1.04

0.65

0.73

0.77

0.80

0.86

0.92

1.03

1.13

0.70

0.78

0.83

0.86

0.93

0.99

1.11

1.21

0.75

0.84

0.89

0.92

0.99

1.06

1.19

1.30

0.85

0.95

1.01

1.04

1.12

1.20

1.34

1.47

0.90

1.01

1.06

1.10

1.19

1.27

1.42

1.56

1.00

1.12

1.18

1.22

1.32

1.41

1.58

1.73

1.10

1.23

1.30

1.35

1.46

1.56

1.74

1.91

1.20

1.34

1.42

1.47

1.59

1.70

1.90

2.08

1.25

1.40

1.48

1.53

1.65

1.77

1.98

2.17

1.35

1.51

1.60

1.65

1.79

1.91

2.13

2.34

1.50

1.68

1.77

1.84

1.98

2.12

2.37

2.60

1.65

1.84

1.95

2.02

2.18

2.33

2.61

2.86

1.75

1.96

2.07

2.14

2.32

2.47

2.77

3.03

2.00

2.24

2.37

2.45

2.65

2.83

3.16

3.46

2.25

2.52

2.66

2.76

2.98

3.18

3.56

3.90

2.50

2.80

2.96

3.06

3.31

3.54

3.95

4.33

2.75

3.07

3.25

3.37

3.64

3.89

4.35

4.76

3.00

3.35

3.55

3.67

3.97

4.24

4.74

5.20

3.25

3.63

3.85

3.98

4.30

4.60

5.14

5.63

3.50

3.91

4.14

4.29

4.63

4.95

5.53

6.06

3.75

4.19

4.44

4.59

4.96

5.30

5.93

6.50

4.00

4.47

4.73

4.90

5.29

5.66

6.32

6.93

4.25

4.75

5.03

5.21

5.62

6.01

6.72

7.36

4.50

5.03

5.32

5.51

5.95

6.36

7.11

7.79

5.00

5.59

5.92

6.12

6.61

7.07

7.91

8.66

5.50

6.15

6.51

6.74

7.28

7.78

8.70

9.53

6.00

6.71

7.10

7.35

7.94

8.49

9.49

10.39

6.50

7.27

7.69

7.96

8.60

9.19

10.28

11.26

7.00

7.83

8.28

8.57

9.26

9.90

11.07

12.12

7.50

8.39

8.87

9.19

9.92

10.61

11.86

12.99

8.00

8.94

9.47

9.80

10.58

11.31

12.65

13.86

8.50

9.50

10.06

10.41

11.24

12.02

13.44

14.72

9.00

10.06

10.65

11.02

11.91

12.73

14.23

15.59

9.50

10.62

11.24

11.64

12.57

13.43

15.02

16.45

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Nozzles Oil Burner Nozzles

Brand Interchange HAGO DELAVAN MONARCH DANFOSS STEINEN NS H H 50 - 2.0 40 - 2.25 Hollow A H .40 - 9.0 .40 - 8.50 .40 - 3.00 Red Caps PL PH 2.25 - 8.5 2.50 - 8.5 Q S-S .50 - 3.00 Semi-solid W AR B .40 - 35.0 .40 - 8.0 .50 - 2.00 .60 - 35.00 Blue Caps SS 4.50 - 28.0 B Solid B R S S .40 - 2.0 .40 - 2.00 .40 - 2.00 .60 - 2.00 .40 - 2.00 Black Caps P Solid B PLP S S 2.0 - 35.0 2.00 - 35.0 2.25 - 35.0 . 40 - 3.00 2.00 - 4.00 Green Caps

The Webb Part Number is the nozzle gal size, spray angle, and spray pattern, preceeded by NOZ. Example: Delavan Webb Number 1.00 – 80H is NOZ100-80H

Available Oil Burner Nozzle Sizes Del-o-flow type a & B

Type A or Del-O-Flo A Hollow Cone (Creates stable flame at low flows)

NOTICE: The Interchanges shown above are “Rule of Thumb” recommendations only. Combustion tests must be made on every installation to assure proper performance. Burner manufacturer’s recommendations should always be followed.

Pressure vs Flow For general purposes, change in flow rate due to change in pressure can be estimated as being approximately equal to the square root of the pressure ratio. TIP: Another way to describe the relationship of pressure vs flow is to remember that in order to double the nozzle flow, you would have to quadruple the line pressure. Simpler yet — contact us for one of our handy Pressure vs Flow Pocket Calculators at no charge.

Type B or Del-O-Flo B Solid Cone (for large burners & where air pattern is heavy in the center or for long fires)

Type W (Can be used in place of A or B Types in reducing specific problems)

GPH .40 .50 .55 .60 .65 .70 .75 .80 .85 .90 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.25 1.35 1.50 1.65 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.00 7.50 8.00 8.50 9.00 10.00

45°

60°

70°

80°

TYPE W 90°

GPH .40 .50 .55 .60 .65 .70 .75 .80 .85

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GPH .40 .50 .55 .60 .65 .70 .75 .80 .85 .90 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.25 1.35 1.50 1.65 1.75 2.00 2.25 2.50 2.75 3.00 3.25 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00

30°

GPH .50 .55 .60 .65 .70 .75 .80 .85 .90 1.00 1.10 1.20 1.25 1.35 1.50 1.65 1.75 2.00

45°

45°

60°

70°

80°

80°

90°

90°

TYPE ss

Del-o-flow type a & B

Type SS Semi Solid (Designed to work where type B’s may be too solid; interchanges well with other SS types) www.fwwebb.com

30°

45°

60°

70°

80°

90°

60°

70°

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Nozzles Nozzles Accessories

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Telescoping Mirrors

Burner/Nozzle Selection Nozzle Interchange Chart

Manufacturer

spray angles 30° – 90° Hago/Sid Harvey H SS (up to 2.0) SS (over 2.0) ES/P B Monarch NS/PL R/AR (up to 2.0) R/AR (Over 2.0) PLP Danfoss AS AH

Delavan A SS A or W B B Delavan A R-D/AR/D A/A or W B Delavan W or B A

Use Delavan’s line filter for extra filtration in burner applications of 2.00 GPH or less. These offer four times the filtering area of a standard nozzle stainer and twice the protection. A plugged line filter can cause a pressure drop. Check the pressure on the outlet side of the filter while the unit is flowing to see that it is the same as the pump pressure. If less, replace filter.

Aero Burner

R. W. Beckett

model F-AFC HF-US HF-AFC SV-SSV AF/FG (F) AF/AFG (M) AFII (FB) AFII (HLX) 99 FRD (Std.) 100 CRD (Std.)

The Carlin Co. Elite EZ-1 Elite (EZ-2,3) Mectron 3M 5M Riello Burners

Intertherm

Wayne Home Equipment

Weil McLain

F3, F5 F10 F15, %20 R35.3, R35.5 Press Series MAC 1265 MSH 066 MSH 066 P100 EHASR MSR HS HS EG1 QB180 (150 PSI) QB300 (140 PSI)

80 W, A or B 80 W, A or B 80 W, A or B 70 or 80 B 60, 70 or 80 A or B (100-150 PSI) 60 or 70 A or B (100-150 PSI) 45, 60 or 70 A, W or B (140-200 PSI) 45, 60 or 70 A, W or B (140-200 PSI) .50 - .75 GPH 60 A .85 - 2.25 GPH 45 A, 60 A or B .50 - .75 GPH 60 A .85 - 2.25 GPH 45 A, 60, A or B .75 - 1.10 GPH 60 .50 - 1.00 GPH 70 A .50 - .85 GPH 60 SS .100 - 1.65 GPH 60 or 70 All Flow Rates 60 A, B or SS 60 W, B or Del-O-Flo A (Up to .85 GPH) .40 - 1.25 GPH 60 or 80, W or A 1.25 - 2.50 GPH 60 or W or B 2.00 - 5l00 GPH 45 or 60, W or B .50 - 1.25 GPH 60 or 45, B or W 2.00 - 12.00 GPH 60 or 45, B or W P/N 6601-181 or .55 GPH 90 W .50 - 80 A .65 - 80 A .50 - 1.00 GPH 60, 70 or 80, A or B .75 - 3.00 GPH 80, 70, or 60 ** .75 - 2.75 GPH 80, 70, or 60 ** .50 - 2.50 GPH 80, 70, or 60 ** .50 - 3.00 GPH 80, 70, or 60 B .50 - 3.00 GPH 80, 70, or 60 ** .55 - 1.80 GPH 45, 60, 70, 80 A or B 1.75 - 3.00 GPH 45, 60, 70, 80 B

Nozzle Adapters Long (Female) Standard (Female)

Mirror Parts Telescoping Mirrors

MFR#

DESCRIPTION

12269

Rectangular Mirror Head Assembly

12672 13148

Round Mirror Head Assembly Swivel Bracket Assembly

110 Nozzle Box

MFR#

DESCRIPTION

33175 12640 12275

Mini Mirror With Handle Round Mirror With Handle Rectangular Mirror With Handle

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WEBB# 42211 42210 42209

Delavan nozzle boxes handle all brands of nozzle vials. Our 110-nozzle and 55-nozzle boxes are made up of heavy-gauge steel with rugged hinges and snap-latch construction finished in baked-on jet black enamel.

55 Nozzle Box

mfr# description webb# 26846-4 110 Nozzle Box – (5” X 35/8” X 1115/16”) 42207 26846-5 55 Nozzle Box – (5” X 13/4” X 1115/16”) 42206

Hago Nozzle Box 37011

55 Nozzle Box

269290

Other nozzle brands available.

thread size

part #

Webb#

1/8”

28738-1

249791

1/8”

28737-7

69633

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mfr# description webb# 34478 Nozzle Changer 42208

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249795 249792

Nozzle Boxes

Delavan’s versatile nozzle changer passes through the small openings of the flame retention-disc. Just snap off outer socket and use the inner socket alone to remove the nozzle. For wider openings, snap on outer socket and use like a standard nozzle changer. The nozzle changer fits the hex of the adapter (3/4”), and the nozzle hex (9/16”).

132

69634

Complete Mirror Assemblies

Nozzle Changer: Two in One

Nozzle Changer

WEBB#

Nozzles

Nozzle Adapter

All nozzle adpaters are med of brass, with precision machined mating surfaces for proper sealing. IMPORTANT specialty 1/2” or 1/4” pipe thread size. All nozzle adapters 9/16-24 UNEF internal thread

Three types of flame inspection mirrors are available. . . the round (33/4” dia.), the rectangular (115/16 X 33/4”) or mini (11/8 X 3”). They are furnished with handles, which telescope down to fit into a service technician’s kit. A cloth bag is provided to protect the mirror finish.

delavan nozzle

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Oil Heating

Oil Burners

Oil Burner Replacement Parts & Accessories

Model AFG The Model AFG oil burner retains the familiar chassis, air tubes and controls found in the popular Model AF, but has an air turbo injector and a high efficiency blower wheel for high static pressure firing under most draft conditions. It is ideal for firing positive pressure heating appliances as well as for overcoming poor draft conditions. Specifications: Capacities 0.40 to 3.00 gallons per hour 56,000 to 420,000 BTU/hr. input

Replacement Parts & Accessories

Air Tube Combinations

Standard Pedestal

Model SF B2007 Chassis

The model SF offers fuel efficiency over a broad firing range. A one-piece flame retention burner head assures a highly efficient flame. This clean, hot flame is virtually unaffected by poor chimney or draft conditions. Specifications: Capacities 1.25 to 5.50 gallons per hour 175,000 to 770,000 BTU/hr. input mfr

description

webb#

Model AFG Chassis (With PSC motor, Ignitor & Suntec A Pump unless noted) B2007 Beckett Clean-Cut pump, R7184B-1032 interrupted, pre-purge B2009

With C554A cad cell, electrical box (no primary control)

Model SF Chassis (With Ignitor & Suntec A Pump) B711 R7184A-1075 interrupted, Beckett F84 valve

34984 119304 1715

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Adjustable Split Flange Burner Cover

mfr#

description

Air Tubes AF35

webb#

35/8” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

109060

AF44

41/2” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70068

AF53

55/8” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

75935

AF65

65/8” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70069

AF72

71/4” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70070

AF90

9” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70071

AF104

101/2” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70072

AF130

13” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

AF160

Nozzle Line Oil Heater

Outside Air Intake

Junction Box

mfr#

description

70073

3616

Universal Flange Gasket

16” Less Head for AF/AFG/SR

70074

5432

Adjustable Mounting Flange

AF 30X2T

Burner Tube For Miller

74838

5850

Adjustable Split Flange

70076

585101

LSI Air Tube Combo

256881

5606

Extended Pedestal Kit

1724

5685

Standard Pedestal

1722

mfr#

description

3666

A&S Bulkhead Locknut Fitting

571801

Bulkhead Fitting

51621

Nozzle Line Oil Heater

51747

Ouside Air Intake

51814U

AF/AFG Burner Cover

5770

Junction Box Mounting Kit

firing rate

webb#

webb# 58219 1721

69611

Air Tubes with Head SF65FT 65/8” for SF

2.50 – 5.50

1717

SF65FT

2.50 – 5.50

1718

Burner Heads F0 For AF/AFG/SR

0.40 – 0.75

1797

F3

For AF/AFG/SR

0.75 – 1.25

1798

F4

For AF/AFG

0.85 – 1.35

154497

5880

Low Fire Baffle

70080

F6

For AF/AFG/SR

0.85 – 1.65

1799

5394

8” Tube Connector Assy

70077

F12

For AF/AFG/SF/SR

1.10 – 2.00

1800

51483

Fire Pin Screw Stop

151839

F22

For AF/AFG/SF/SR

1.65 – 2.50

1801

213U

Nozzle Adapter

154063

F31

For AF/AFG

2.50 – 3.00

1802

31231U

Air Guide

215542

F37

For AF/AFG

2.25 – 3.00

1811

3384

33/8 Static Disc

245753

51360

F3 With Porc Ring

112185

51785U

NX6 Slot

368849

NLH90LC

NX Draw Assy

378118

51815U

NX9 Slot

368848

51811U

NX Electrode (Pk 2)

368850

71/4” for SF

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EZ Model Oil Burners

40 Series Oil Burners

All Carlin EZ models have a durable, stainless steel end cone design that holds the flame closer to the retention ring while maintaining a cool surface temperature. It delivers a compact flame that burns cleaner, hotter and more efficiently. Combine that with a nozzle line heater to establish combustion quickly, a 14,000-volt solid state ignitor, and a wide selection of advanced control systems, and you’ll have a smooth, clean ignition even under the most severe conditions!

• Efficiency ratings of close to 90%. • 10 second prepurge cycle. • Completely pre-wired for easy installation. mfr# F3 Burner 8511100S F5 Burner 8512100S

rate (Gph) Tube

Output (btuh) SH#

webb#

0.50 – 0.95

6” Long

70,000 – 133,000

620-30

93170

0.75 – 1.75

6” Long

105,000 – 210,000

620-35

83820

mfr#

webb# 246032

EZ-2 With 4100 Ignitor, Cad Cell, 1 Stage Pump 84801 EZ2 Burner With Control

68805

9687605JP

57829

EZ Pro Burner Box With 5” Tube

mfr#

description

3948873

6” F3 Air Tube

Fits F3, BF3 & M3

110885

3948973

6” F5 Air Tube

Fits F5, BF5 & M5

111078

3005885

Universal Flange

Fits F3, 10 & M3, 5, 10

209578

7001029

530 E Primary Control

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

77625

mfr#

3005843

Burner Motor

Fits F3, 5, 10 & M3, 5, 10

90144

3002280

Cad Cell Eye

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90145

3005844

Capacitor

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90146

3002279

Oil Valve Coil

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90147

3007077

3/8 Crushable Metal Washer

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90148

Air Tube and Combustion Head Assemblies — “Carlin Super Tube” with Nozzle Line Heater 78071 5” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-1 Chassis 78089 7” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-1 Chassis 78105 9” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-1 Chassis 78113 11” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-1 Chassis

57831 57832 57833 57834

3005869

Electrode Porcelain

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90149

7001010

Fuel Pump (new)

Fits F3, 10 & M3, 5, 10

90151

84764 84772 84780

68807 68808 68809

7010002

O Ring Pump Cover

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90152

3000443

Pump Drive Key

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90153

3005856

Mounting Gasket

Fits F3, 10 & M3, 5, 10

90655

3005719

Pump Screen

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90656

7001059

Capillary Tube

Fits F5

91101

3006503

Capillary Tube

Fits M3

91103

3006329

Electrode Assembly

Fits F5 & M5

91104

3006330

Electrode Assembly

Fits F3 & M3

91105

3006925

Pump Stem

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

91106

C7001071 Metric/NPT Pressure Gauge Adapter

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

91100

3005847

1/4 Female Metric Adapter

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

197977

3006571

3/8 Male Metric Adapter

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

197979

3001023

Vacuum Gauge

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90760

3001022

Pressure Gauge

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90761

7001001

Emergency Service Kit

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90762

7001002

Emergency Service Kit L/Motor

Fits all 40 Series and Mectron Oil

90763

2623539

By Pass Plug

New Style

254415

3001162

Primary Gas Control

Fits all 40 Series

153322

3006966

Electrode Support

246332

3007568

Bleeder Fitting

216801

7001026

2 Line Kit

Fits BF5

256110

7001084

Post Purge Control

Fits BF3 & BF5

223829

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webb#

www.fwwebb.com

Carlin Oil Burner Replacement Parts & Accessories description

webb#

5” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-2 Chassis 7” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-2 Chassis 9” Air Tube/Head Assembly f/EZ-2 Chassis

Standard Air Tube and Combustion Head Assemblies 20180 5” Standard Air Tube/Head Assembly f/99,100 Chassis 20230 7” Standard Air Tube/Head Assembly f/99,100 Chassis 20313 9” Standard Air Tube/Head Assembly f/99,100 Chassis

2603 2604 2605

Mounting Flange and/or Pedestal 82560S 31/2” Heavy Duty Aluminum Universal Flange/Gasket 23317S EZ-1, 2, 3 – 99,100 Pedestal 97406 Outside Air Inlet Boot, EZ-1

57835 2618 111001

Air Bands 77594S

EZ-1

166967

Air Shutters 77586S EZ-1 83956S EZ-2

166966 166970

Blower Wheels 28530 41/4” OD X 215/16” W, 1/2” Bore, 100 CRD 77933 51/16” OD X 2” W, 1/2” Bore, f/EZ-1,2,3 28605 51/4” OD X 2” W, 1/2” Bore, 99 FRD

2755 149499 152698

Flame Retention Ring Assemblies 54901S f/99 FRD, 100 CRD 77438S f/EZ 1,2,3

54084 149498

Miscellaneous Parts 40287 Flange Gasket f/EZ, 99/100/201/301/601/701 77438S Instant Opening Oil Valve f/EZ-1,2,3 – 99,100, 102 81570S Head Positioning Bar Kit EZ-1 84715S Head Positioning Bar Kit EZ-2 66795S Nozzle Line Heater EZ-1,2,3 – 99,100

2617 149508 149501 149502 75556

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description

EZ-1 With 4100 Ignitor, Cad Cell, 1 Stage Pump 9687600JI EZ1 Burner With Pre-Post Purge Control Less Tube

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10

Electrodes mfr# 123

description Arco Set/2

137C

ABC 41/4” Set/2

Electrodes webb# 69738

69739

144A

A = 41/4” ABC 6” Set/2

69740

146

A = 6” ABC 4” Set/2

222857

151E

151F

mfr# 188P

description Carlin 200 Set/2

webb# 69737

598

Weil McLain Set/2

253181

604

Wayne Set/2

179771

605

Wayne Set/2

151361

605A

Wayne Set/2

75580

605B

Wayne Set/2

74877

605C

Wayne Set/2

75581

605D

Wayne Set/2

77224

28550

Beckett Set/2

Beckett Set/2

246744

151R 151R2

Beckett Set/2, A = 27/16” Beckett Set/2, A = 3”

69741 111220

86341

Carlin Set/2

188N

188N4

Carlin 501 Set/2

Carlin Set/2

Carlin EZ1 Set/2

description 7/16” X 1/8” X 6” Set/2

webb# 119312

2M4 2M6

9/16” X 3/16” X 4” Set/2 9/16” X 3/16” X 6” Set/2

118652 119311

3M4 3M6

9/16” X 1/8” X 4” Set/2 9/16” X 1/8” X 6” Set/2

118654 118656

Wayne Blue Angel Set/2

75583

605I

Wayne Set/2

69735

69736

606

Wayne Set/2

75584

69749

Carlin Set/2

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216131

51484U 51805U 5780 5782

AF II Electrode Kit AF II Electrode Kit AF/AFG Electrode Kit, Thru 9” AF/AFG Electrode Kit, Over 9”

112591 95783 1817 1819

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mfr# Description 144INS ABC 151EINS Beckett 188BINS Carlin 1M4P 7/16” X 1/8” X 4” Male 1M6P 7/16” X 1/8” X 6” Male 2F4P 9/16” X 3/16” X 4” Female 2F6P 9/16” X 3/16” X 6” Female 2M4P 9/16” X 3/16” X 4” Male 2M6P 9/16” x 3/16” X 6” Male 3F6P 9/16” X 1/8” X 6” Female 3M4P 9/16” X 1/8” X 4” Male 3M6P 9/16” X 1/8” X 6” Male 4M4P 1/2” X 1/8” X 4” Male 4M6P 1/2” X 1/8” X 6” Male

webb# 95425 95451 250499 79358 77227 201845 92532 179389 77228 79361 179395 77231 77377 77229

Porcelain Squeeze & Snap Cutter 4M4C

154923

1/2” X 1/8” X 4” Set/2

997 This tool is great for cutting standard gauge glass. It will even cut short pieces of 1/2” long or less. Just set the stop to the length you need, squeeze the “trigger” and rotate the glass until it snaps cleanly in two!

Tune Up Kits

Fits Blue Angel Model HS Contents: 1 J-Pump Coupling End 2 Electrode Assemblies w/Buss Bar 1 Oil Line Assembly 1 Gun Setting Gauge 1 Pump Coupling 1 90° Elbow 1 Electrode Support 1 Buss Bar Support

mfr# 997

description Porcelain Squeeze & Snap Cutter

webb# 55790

Tip Setting Gage In order to avoid Carbon Impingement, ignitor tips must always be placed just outside the nozzle spray pattern. This tip setting gage allows you to accomplish this easily and accurately while at the same time setting the correct spark gap.

Wayne

Carlin

Fits M, MSR, MH, ER, ERA, EH, EHA, EHASR, OE, OEA Contents: 2 Electrode Stems 2 Electrode Assemblies w/Insulator 2 Buss Bars (8”) 2 Insulator Bushings 1 Oil Line Assembly 1 Coupling 1 J-Pump Coupling End 1 90° Elbow 1 Buss Bar Support

For Carlin Elite Burner Contents: 2 Electrode Assemblies 1 12” Oil Line Assembly 1 Red Tip Setting Gauge 1 Yellow Setting Gauge 1 Pump Coupling Kit 1 Instruction Sheet mfr# Type Webb# 31156 Wayne 93026 31157 Blue Angel 93027 CK780 Carlin 162187

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mfr# Description 40445 Tip Setting Gage

webb# 69675

10

Electrode Setting Gauge

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605F

Beckett Electrode Kits

A = 81/2”

138

75582

152275

A = 81/2” 188N6

Wayne Set/2

28551

Carlin Set/2

A = 7/8” 188K

mfr# 1M6

Blue Angel 605E

188B

Electrode Porcelains Only

(cont.)

95424

Beckett Set/2

151G

188

Oil Heating

For setting oil burner electrodes at all nozzle spray angles. mfr# 40445 40448 T500 Z2000U

for model webb# All Models 69675 Carlin Elite 241987 Electrode Tee Gauge, Nozzle Head 95837 Tool Setting Electrode 242671

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10

Oil Heating

Oil Heating Ignition Cable

Electronic Transformer Kit

17K Electronic Transformers

120 Volt Primary, 50/60 Hz, 17,500 Volt Secondary, 23mA, MPG mfr# 2275 2275U 2275-456 2275-605 2275-619 2275-620 2275-628G 2275-629 2275-630 2275-653

mfr# 2275KIT

description Constant Duty Ignitor Only Ignitor With Universal Plate Aero Ignitor With Base Beckett Ignitor With Base S Wayne Ignitor With Base M Wayne Ignitor With Base E Beckett Ignitor Base AF/AFG Carlin Ignitor 200,201 Carlin Ignitor With Base 99,100 CRD Weil McLain Ignitor With Base QB

webb# 243650 253254 244238 244239 243651 244240 243646 245677 243648 245657

description f/Aero f/Beckett S f/Wayne M f/Wayne E f/Beckett AF/AFG f/Carlin 99,100,101 CRD f/Wayne Blue f/Weil McLain f/Carlin 200,201,500,501 CRD

webb# 244660 250027 243652 250028 243647 243649 245661 245658 245659

Base Plates mfr# 2600 2601 2602 2603 2604 2605 2606 2608 2609

10K Transformers

120 Volt Primary 60 Hz, 10,000 Volt Secondary, 23mA, MPG description webb# Carlin Transformer, 12K Volts 28658 ABC Transformer 69765 Aero Transformer 28663 Nu Way Transformer 69766 Beckett Transformer S 28655 Wayne Transformer M 28661 Wayne Transformer E 28662 Beckett Transformer AF/AFG 28654 Carlin Transformer 200,201, 500, 501 CRD 28657 Carlin Transformer 99, 100, 101 CRD 28656 ABC Sunray Transformer 213520 Wayne Blue Angel Transformer 52694 Beckett AFII Transformer 214061

See page 283 for Cross Reference information.

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description webb# Ignitor Kit 244985

Electronic Transformer Kit Includes: 2 Units, CAT 2275 Electronic Transformer One each of the following mounting plates: 2600 Aero 2601 Beckett S 2604 Backett, A, AF 2605 Carlin 99, 100, 101 2602 Wayne Hi Speed M/MH 2603 Wayne E 2606 Wayne Blue Angel One 54-740 Universal Contact Replacement Kit

Universal Transformers

120 Volt Primary 60 Hz, 10,000 Volt Secondary, 23 mA, MPG mfr# 421-BT290 421-BT332 421-BT636

description Ignition Transformer Ignition Transformer Ignition Transformer

webb# 69769 69771 28660

mfr# description webb# Cad Cell Control/Ignitor 40100-02-BKS 15 sec f/Beckett 71826 40100-02-CAS 15 sec f/Carlin 71827 Constant Duty Ignitor (14K) 41000-S Ignitor Only 75592 41000-SO-BK1 With Base, Beckett AF/AFG 71824 41000-SO-BK2 With Base, Beckett S/SR 215613 41000-SO-SC With Base, Carlin 210,301 194794 41000-SO-CAS With Base, Carlin EZ-1,2,3 –99,100 71825 41000-SO-WA2 With Base, Wayne E 88136 41000-SO-WA1 With Base, Wayne HS 73195 41000-SO-WA3 With Base, Wayne M 88137 41000-SO-WM With Base, Weil McLain 215992 41000-SO-KIT Universal Ignitor Kit 95236 Base Plate Kit 41020-00-AR Aero 94773 41020-00-BK1 Beckett AF/AFG 94768 41020-00-BK1 Beckett S/SR 192261 41020-00-CAS Carlin Residential 94767 41020-00-CSC Carlin Small Commercial 166752 41020-00-WA2E Wayne E 94769 41020-00-WA1 Wayne HS 75591 41020-00-WA3 Wayne M 94770

mfr# Description 251C 25’ Ignition Cable, GTO-15 3P 100’ Ignition Cable, Red Silicone

Buss Bars mfr# DescRIPTION Flat Buss Bars F6 6” Long F12 12” Long Round Buss Bar ST12 12” Long

A

Mini Kit #34 mfr# 51826U 51824U 51825U 51771U 51805U 51837U 51827U 51840U

description Ignitor With Carlin 99/100 Base Ignitor With Beckett S Base Ignitor With Wayne M Base Ignitor With Beckett AF/AFG Base Ignitor With Beckett AF II Base Ignitor With Weil Mclain Base Ignitor With Wayne E Base Ignitor With Carlin 200 Base

webb# 249439 318775 318776 67646 95783 249440 277501 318774

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A small but highly selective assortment of popular RAJAH ignition terminals. 20 Cage terminals 12 Spring snap terminals 20 Ring terminals 10 Right angle terminals 12 Stud ferrule terminals

Transformer Kit #54 An excellent selection of the most used transformer terminals, good variety. 6 Short adapter spring 6 Long adapter spring 2 Thumb nut on cage 2 Spring plunger 4 Button contact, short 2 Button contact, long 6 Cage on cage 6 Ram’s horn on cage 4 Ram’s horn on hex 2 Ram’s horn clip 6 10-32 hollow studs 6 10-32 hex studs mfr# Description 34 Mini 34 Ignition Terminal Kit 54 Transformer Ignition Terminal Kit

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webb# 54595 54596

webb# 69733 55809 151217

Ignitor and Transformer Terminals

Ignition Terminal Kits

Electronic Transformers

webb# 54600 188183

H

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

B

I

P mfr# ACT AEBF AS-10 ASN B-10 CC-1 CT CT-TS EBF HS10-32 RX4 S-15 SF SS SS-BS1032 SSN SS-TS YL-10 YS-10

C

D

E

F

J

K

L

M

Q

R

S

description Angle Cage Extended Angle Thermoplastic Short “A” Spring Angle Spring Snap Brass Button Contact Cage on Cage Straight Cage Cage on 10-32 Threaded Screw Extended Thermoplastic Hollow Stud Tapped 10-32 Ram’s Horn on 10-32 Hex Base Beckett Spring Stud Cable Ferrule Spring Snap Cable Terminal Snap Spring 10-32 Hex Base Spring Snap Spring Snap on 10-32 Screw Long “Y” Spring Short “Y” Spring

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N

webb# 94196 188184 94193 108982 69746 94200 94197 69744 188185 94202 94201 162186 94187 119310 94189 108532 69745 69723 69724

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mFR# 2714-633 2721-411 2721-456 2721-572 2721-605 2721-619 2721-620 2721-628G 2721-629 2721-630 2721-631A 2721-647 2721-658

14K Electronic Transformers

• 15,000 Volts. • UL listed. • 19 strands of copper wire. • All vinyl insulation for low temperature flexability. • Flame retardant, will not support combustion. • Tested to withstand oil, moisture, salt atmosphere and sunlight. • Large .275 outside diameter for sturdy construction.

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Oil Heating Fuel Oil Filters 77FW The 77FW is the perfect fuel filter for oil fired heating appliances used in small to average sized homes and commercial buildings. It is ideal for final filtration in central fuel oil distribution systems. The 77FW may be used in one or two-pipe systems. mfr# description webb# 77FW 10 GPH Complete Fuel Oil Filter 259959

99FW The 99FW is perfect for oil fired furnaces in larger homes and commercial buildings. It may be used in one or two-pipe systems. Its large dirt capacity makes the 99FW ideal where heavy contamination of oil causes premature clogging of smaller filters. mfr# description 99FW 24 GPH Complete Fuel Oil Filter

webb# 187636

PurePro 77FW & 99FW Fuel Oil Filter Feature: • Leakproof construction with machined gasket seat and UL listed gasket compounds. • High quality wool felt filter elements that remove all solid contaminants. • Iron nd steel construction for maximum integrity and durability. • Low pressure drop, suitable for gravity flow and one or two pipe systems on pressure type burners. • Micronic filtration suited to the smallest oil burner nozzle. • Bonding treatment of center core in filter element eliminates lint. • Step design element offers largest dirt capacity with true depth filtration. • Listed by Underwriters’ Laboratories.

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10

Oil Heating

Spin-on Filters • Epoxy coated and UL Listed. • 1/8” NPT tapping for vacuum gauges and bleeding. • Cast aluminum top. • Seamless one piece canister (drawn steel). • 10 Micron filter media. • Perforated metal center support tube. • Spring pad (no metal to epoxy contact). • Nitrile gasket (prevents swelling) for easy removal of element. mfr# description webb# High Efficiency Filtration F100W Complete, 10”, 17gph, 3/8” NPT 69858 F-100-2W Complete With Bracket 73202 F-100-6W Complete With Bracket & Gauge 265045 F100-14W Color Coded Vacuum Gauge 153602 F100-4W Complete With Vac Gauge 265044 F100-10W Res Filter Element Only 69860 Commercial Duty Filtration F100-1W Complete, 10”, 37gph, 3/8” NPT 265046 F-100-3W Complete With Bracket 265047 F-100-5W Complete With Bracket & 14W Gauge 265048 F100-7W Complete With Bracket & Gauge 265049 F100-11W Spin-on Filter Element Only 85958

Fuel Oil Filter Refill Cartridges 88-CRW & 101W • High quality wool felt filter elements that remove all solid contaminants. • Crafted with special “step design” wool felt. • Step design element offers largest dirt capcity with true depth filtration. • Special center core bond treatment eliminates line. • Micronic filtration suited to the smallest oil burner nozzle. • For models 77FW and 99FW, 1A25, 2A-700A, they offer unsurpassed quality and dependability. mfr#

description

88-CRW

Wool Felt Replacement Cartridge f/77W

101W

Wool Felt Replacement Cartridge f/99W

• Replaces FB4 filter. • Heavy gage canister with EPOXY COATING on the inside – FIRST in the industry! • Listed by Underwriters Laboratories. • UL GPH and pressure ratings EXCEED comparable OEM filters. • 360º screwdriver slot makes disassembly for element changing easy. mfr# description F80-1W Complete 30 GPH

webb# 9830

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mfr#

description

RF-1W

Replacement Cartridge f/77FW, 1A25

RF-2W

Replacement Cartridge f/99FW, 2A-700A

RF-4W

Designed to fit other FB4-style filter brands

for FB3

4FO

w/gasket for FB4

4FOLG

for FB4

73256

6FO

for FB6

69761

8FO

for FB8

69762

10FO

for FB10

76701

69760 9831

Gaskets description Fulflo F84 Cover Gasket

webb#

webb#

F96

Fulflo Vent Screw Gasket

69866

55401

F97

Fulflo Hex Nut Gaskets

69868

G90

1A25A Cover Gasket

69867

GAS

Gasket for FB4/6/8/10

9838

69865

A bucket with a parts strainer tray in the top. The oil serviceman simply places all oil filter cartridges in the strainer tray for 24 hrs. The cartridges may then be disposed as normal trash, since the EPA no longer considers them hazardous waste. mfr#

description

EZCHANGE

Filter Draining System

webb# 190768

webb# 74469 187637 79946

Fuel Oil Filter Replacement Cartridges

10

Made of bonded felted fibers. Replacements for C-40, C-50 and C-60 fuel oil filters.

webb# 9832 55399 9834 9835 9837

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3FO

mfr# description

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F.W. Webb Stocks peerless boilers!

webb#

F95

• Crafted from continuous spun Rayon fibers. • Exclusive gear tooth design for maximum surface area. • Enhanced depth filtration. • 16-tooth gear design of the RF-Series rayon elements provides exceptional performance. • The RF-Series has a third more surface area. • The RF-Series has 20% more volume than the competitive product.

For use on domestic or commercial oil burner systems up to 40 gph capacity, with “honeycomb” filter cartridge. description Complete, 15 gph Complete, 20 gph With Bracket Complete, 32 gph Complete, 40 gph Complete, 50gph

description

EZ-Change Filter Draining System

Fulflo Fuel Filters mfr# FB3 FB4B FB6 FB8 FB10

mfr#

mfr#

RF-1W, RF-2W, RF-4W Series

Fuel Oil Filter

Fulflo Filter Elements

webb#

RC20

C40 Repalcement Cartridge

69364

RC30

C50 Repalcement Cartridge

9816

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Oil Heating Tiger Loop® Oil De-Aerator One pipe system for all light oil burners. The guarantee for efficient and trouble-free oil heating. • Fewer breakdowns. • Less soot build-up. • Cleaner exhaust gases. • Lower oil consumption. • Easier trouble spotting. • No return line leakage. • Simpler and cheaper installations. • Smaller pipe dimensions. • More burners on one suction line. • Fewer problems with long oil lines. • Longer-lasting oil filter. Max. nozzle capacity: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 gph Max. return oil pumped into the Tigerloop: . . . . . . . 31 gph Max. oil flow: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 gph Max. operating temperature: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105°F (40°C) Max. ambient temperature: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105°F (40°C) Operating pressure in feed line: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Max. 10 psi Pressure test of pipe system: . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Max. 85 psi Pump and tank connections: . . . . . . . . . . . . 1/4” inner thread mfr# DescRIPTION webb# S220 Tigerloop 69674 S220-8W Tigerloop With Spin on Filter 318508

Steel Flexible Braided Hose These hoses have 1/4” NPT fittings on both ends. Made from Nitrate rubber (inside), which is impervious to oil, water and air, plus a steel braided outer casing, for strength and flexibility. mfr# size webb# S220-24 24” 91056 S220-36 36” 91057 S222-36W 3/8” Flex SS Oil Line 92069

Oil Lines Soft annealed copper tubing in both 3/16” and 1/4” OD sizes. Assembled with machined brass flared fittings. Tubing is supplied straight unless specified. description webb# 3/16” X 5” 72190 3/16” X 8” 179387 3/16” X 12” 55798 3/16” X 16” Coil 69672 1/4” X 16” Coil 69673 1/4” X 12” 55797 Connector Tube Assembly 70077 61/2” Jet Line 91131

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10 Suntec Pumps

Handpump A combination pressures and vacuum Handpump for air or liquids — to clean lines, free stuck valves, prime pumps, build up test pressure or vacuum in lines and tanks. Handpump Assembly mfr# T30W T30-4W T30-6W

description Webb# Handpump 253699 Quick Con Kit 308436 Carry Case 308437

CO2 Blowout Gun The Blowout Gun is ideal for cleaning out clogged instrument transmission lines and other lines where no automatic means for blowing out is available. The Blowout Gun uses CO2 cartridges and incorporates a 1/4” female connection that can be adapted to any fitting. It is completely safe for all petroleum products. For use with other liquids it is best to check with the supplier of the liquid. mfr# T32-W

description CO2 Blowout Gun

webb# 55801

V4046A, B For ON-OFF control of oil flow to domestic oil burner equipment. • Power interruption closes the valve immediately. • Mount directly to pipeline or on support bracket. webb# 31373 31374

webb# 55297 247220

Anti Hum mfr 518

description Silent Flo Anti Hum Devise

Model A1, A2 Mini Pumps

J & H Pumps

mfr# DESCRIPTION WEBB# S70 Suntec New Style Mini Pump Gasket 204569 S190-7 Suntec New Style Mini Pump Gasket (10 pk) 259936 S71 Suntec H/J/K Pump Gasket 70053 S150-55 Suntec H/J/K Pump Gasket (10 pk) 259935 S72 Suntec S1/S2/R3/R4 Pump Gasket 70055 S75 Suntec Mini Pump Gasket 70052 W83 Webster M Pump Gasket 69864

Bleeders mfr# DESCRIPTION WEBB# SP335 1/8 Pump Bleeder 246500 SP336 1/4 Pump Bleeder 246501 SP337 Suntec Mini/J/H Pump Bleeder 69862

By Pass Plugs mfr# DESCRIPTION WEBB# SP351 Suntec 1/16 A & B Mini Pump By Pass Plug 68283 SP352 Suntec 1/8 J/H/K Mini Pump By Pass Plug 69863

Strainers

Oil Valve Kit mfr description 5669 Delay Oil Valve Kit 2182602U Delay Oil Valve Kit — Solid State

mfr# description webb# Booster Pumps BB-1020M 15 GPH, Complete 47077 BB-1030M 30 GPH, Complete 47078 Mini Pumps A2VA-7116 1 Stage 3450, 3 GPH, CW-R 70060 B2VA-8216 2 Stage 3450, 3 GPH, CW-R 70061 A1VA-7112 1 Stage 1725, 3 GPH, CW-R 70062 A2VA-3006 1 Stage 3450, With Solenoid 3 GPH, CW-R 252037 A2YA-7916 1 Stage 3450, 7 GPH, CW-R 70063 J Pumps J3BA-100 1 Stage 1725, CW-R 70064 J3BB-100 1 Stage 1725, CW-L 70065 JJ2BB-100 1 Stage 3450, CW-L 70266 H Pumps H3BA-100 2 Stage 1725, CW-R 70066 H3BB-100 2 Stage 1725, CW-L 70067 Accessories 3753895 Non Delay Cord Set 252038 3753898 Delay Cord Set 252039 3713824 Oil Valve 244411 PRV-38 3/8 Oil Safety Valve 52760

Gaskets

Magnetic Valves

Operating Valve mfr# Pressure Opening Time V4046A1074 300 psi 3 sec. to 8 sec. V4046B1049 300 psi Immediate

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webb# 1742

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mfr# DESCRIPTION WEBB# 135721HK Suntec J & H Pump Strainer 70054 3715732HK Suntec 1 Stage Mini Pump Strainer 69861 SSC110 Suntec 2 Stage Mini Pump Stainer 152804 SSC111 Suntec A & B Mini Pump Stainerw/High Cover 73255 SSC126G Riello Strainer With O-Ring 118986 SSC127 Danfoss New Style Pump Strainer 150483 SSC128 Danfoss Old Style Pump Strainer 150484

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Mini Pumps Automatic By-Pass: No plug required for piping conversion. Bleed/Return Plug: Full flow rate when open. Closing or restriction of return line will not cause overpressure or overfire. Patented Shaft Seal: Mechanical type carbon and steel guaranteed to 30 psi inlet pressure. Trochoidal Gear Set: 15 GPH flow rate. Less friction loss on 2 line systems and reduced rumming vacuum. Closer tolerances for quiet operation. Lower operating torque with guaranteed curves. High Lift Capacity: Guaranteed 14’ – 2 line system. Nozzle Pressure: Adjustable to 210 psi at 3450 RPM – steady setting. Easy Maintenance: Loosen 2 screws and twist off cover. O-ring stays in place (best seal against leaks.) mfr#

description WEBB#

071N1151 071N1152

3450 RPM RH Rotation Direction RH Nozzle Port Location 1725 RPM RH Rotation Direction RH Nozzle Port Location

88331 70279

CleanCut Fuel Pump The Beckett CleanCut Pump uses a solenoid valve, rather than the diaphragm and cone valves used in conventional pumps. Solenoid valves open and close instantly when electrical current to the pump turns on and off. This provides higher-pressure cut-ons and cut-offs— for cleaner, more efficient burner operation. And since there are fewer moving parts, there are fewer potential problems. mfr 21844U 21887U

description Clean Cut Fuel Pump With Solenoid Valve PD Timer Pk

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webb# 246748 264286

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mfr# S213-5 3608 S213-12 S213-16 S214-16 S214-12 5394 5636

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Oil Heating Oil Burner Couplings & Accessories mfr# KK100 KK120 KK112

description Pioneer 3 Pc. Kit (Carded) Pioneer 5 Pc. Kit (Carded) Pioneer 12 Pc. Kit

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Burner Blower Wheels webb# 178208 224702 69658

mfr# 21438U 21439U 2288 2459U 2999U

description AF II 150 Burner Wheel AF II 85 Burner Wheel SF Burner Wheel AF Burner Wheel AFG Burner Wheel

Oil Heating

Lynn Products Instant-Glo “Quickie”

webb# 152235 95779 216421 69608 69609

mfr# 1001 1002 1003 1004

model# firinG rate 100 .75 – 1.25 gph 200 1.35 – 1.75 gph 300 1.75 – 2.25 gph 1004 .65 – 1.00 gph

dimensions 111/2”W X 11”L X 103/4”H 12”W X 133/4”L X 12”H 12”W X 18”L X 12”H 11”W X 101/4”L X 101/4”H

webb# 12407 12408 12409 69782

Quick Chamber

Instant-Glo Timesaver Made from Vac-cast Kaowool, 3/4” or 1” wall thickness and floor with stainless steel straps. S85-500W S85-510W

mfr# 1009 1011 1013

154484 54598

Nylo-Flex #88 4 Pc. Kit Nylo-Flex 99A 6 Pc. Kit

model# #9 #11 #13

firinG rate .65 – .85 gph 1.00 – 1.25 gph 1.35 – 1.75 gph

dimensions webb# 9”ID X 101/2”OD X 143/4”H 68999 11”ID X 121/2”OD X 151/2”H 12410 13”ID X 141/2”OD X 16”H 12411

Instant-Glo Timesaver

Kaowool Rope Excellent as gasket material or as an alternative to asbestos rope. 25’ length of rope packaged in plastic bag. S85-200W 21437U S85-220W 12CP CPNYL30 516RD 716BLU 12BLK

Beckett AF/AFG 313/32 Beckett AFII Carlin 99/100/101 23/8 12” Nylo-Flex Coupling Shaft 30” Nylo-Flex Coupling Shaft Nylo 5/16 Red Fitting End Nylo 7/16 Blue Fitting End Nylo 1/2 Black Fitting End

12” Coupling Shaft 35

mfr# Temp. Limit 9400 1000° F 9401 1000° F 9404 1000° F

28556 95778 28555 68441 88088 68438 68439 68440

Kaowool Dry Blanket Kaowool Rope

Soft fiber blanket — can be formed at shape of existing chamber. mfr# Temp. Limit 9449 2300° F 9450 2300° F 9451 2300° F

description webb# 48” X 18” X 1” 69793 56” X 14” X 3/4” 69149 48” X 16” X 1/2” 69150

Kaowool Dry Blanket

Nylo End Fittings

Coupling Cutter

description webb# 3/8” X 25’ 69784 1/2” X 25’ 69785 1/4” X 25’ 112594

Kaowool Strip

74876

Excellent as gasket material or as an alternative to asbestos rope. Packaged in master cartons of 6 pcs. per ctn.

Coupling Cutter Kaowool Strip

mfr# 9500 9501 9506

description 150” X 2” X 1” 300” X 1” X 1/4” 300” X 1” X 1/2”

webb# 77985 77986 77987

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Kaowool Board Can be used as target wall, floor, burner block and many more applications.

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mfr# 1019 1022 1023 1025

description 20” X 20” X 1” 15” X 24” X 3/4” 20” X 20” X 3/4” 36” X 18” X 1/2”

webb# 12418 12417 217172 12420

Kaowool Board

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Lynn Products

(cont.) Kaowool Wet Blanket Soft, moist fiber blanket that can be formed to shape of existing chamber as a liner.

Kaowool Wet Blanket

mfr# 1032 1033 1034

model# description Kit A (1) 14” X 48” X 1/2” Kit B (1) 14” X 48” X 1/2” & (1) 16” X 16” X 1/2” Kit C (1) 16” X 48” X 1/2” & (1) 16” X 16” X 1/2”

(cont.) Full Brick — Insulating Firebrick (25 per carton) mfr# K23

webb# 12414 12415 12416

description 2000°F — for chambers 1. to 2.5 gph

size 9” X 41/2” X 21/2”

webb# 12422

size 9” X 41/2” X 11/4”

webb# 69792

Split Brick — Insulating Firebrick (45 per carton) mfr# 5075

description 2000°F — for chambers 1. to 2.5 gph

Kaowool Cement Wet Combustion Chamber

mfr# 5601

The strongest wet from combustion chamber in the industry. Round chamber with bottom — thickness 1/2” minimum.

Wet Chamber

mfr# 1038 1039 1040 1041

firinG rate .65 – .85 gph .85 – 1.00 gph 1.00 – 1.25 gph 1.25 – 1.50 gph

dimensions 9” Inside X 15”H 10” Inside X 15”H 11” Inside X 15”H 12” Inside X 15”H

webb# 69786

Burner Head Protector

Gaskets for Miller-Gun Mobile Home Furnace mfr# Model#

description Size

9510 Gasket Kit for Miller

Kit contains one each of the following: #3001-000 Burner Gasket #301195-000 Flue Gasket #301181-000 Pouch Gasket #301205-000 Burner Plate Gasket

73812

9511

#3001-000

Burner Gasket (20 pcs. per pkg.)

61/2”OD X 43/8”ID

76584

9514

#301195-000

Flue Gasket (20 pcs. per pkg.)

71/16”OD X 51/8”ID

76583

9512

#301181-000

Pouch Gasket (20 pcs. per pkg.)

10” X 131/2”

76585

9513

#301205-000

Burner Plate Gasket (20 pcs. per pkg.)

101/4” X 16”

76586

webb#

Weil McLain Clamber Kit

description Clean out cover gaskets (20 pcs. per pkg.)

size 3”OD X 2”ID

mfr# model# description Burnham V1, V3, & V7 Series Boilers 1064 V1 Series Wet moldable rear refractory 1065 V3 Series Ceramic fiber blanket “Base liner” 1066 V7 Series H.B. Smith Model FD-12 1068 F12 Chamber Kit Miller Mobile Home Furnace 1029 Fits Models: CMF, MOC & MGC Peerless Wet-Base Boilers 1067 Fits Models: JO/JOT 1071 Fits Models: WB, WV, WBV 1073 Ultimate PFD 1093 Peerless EC 1074 Burnham V7 w/Swing Door Utica Starfire II 1095 Utica Starfire III 1096 Weil-McLain 1060 Fits models: 66,68/68V Weil-McLain – Gold 1072 Fits models: WG/WGO

webb# 154091 223347 154092 246331 12421 94008 112637 252724 221718 310463 155218 251773 71970 151283

Oil Absorber Mat For repairing and installing burners, pumps, oil lines, nozzles, filters, etc. These mats will easily absorb the oil that may be released during this service work and are conveniently folded and disposed of after the work is complete.

Gaskets for Duomatic Furnace mfr# 9515

webb# 69151

Replacement Combustion Chamber Kits

webb# 249185 69787 69788 69789

Burner Head Protector mfr# description 1030 Fits 4” OD Burner Heads (Beckett)

description Waterglass Adhesive For Kaowool (1 quart)

mfr# 8055

webb# 178699

description size Bale of 100 18” X 18” X 1/4”

webb# 86306

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Vermiculite

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Colco webb#

4’ Cubic Bag

69664

1 Quart Can

69663

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Domestic Oil Tanks

Oil Heating The safest most reliable tank you can buy. They are a logical and responsible choice.

80 UL • Welded lap joint. • Ergonomic handle on each head for easy handling. Outside Finish • Preparation: Washed and Phosphered. • Electrostatic powder paint, Black. Technical Specifications • Steel ASTM A-569. • Tested at pressure 5 to 7 PSIG. • UL 80 Label.

• 100% Safe. ECOGARD double bottom system with leak detection system. • Environment Friendly. Responds to environmental concerns and requirements. • Guaranteed Durability. Polyurethane coating for external protection on PROTEC20. • Warranties: Up to a 25-year warranty and 2 million dollars in liability insurance coverage. • Peace of Mind. With 50+ years of experience, Granby Tanks is known for its quality and proven track record in innovation and design.

Dimensions Mfr#

#products

models

H

W

L

209101

120, US gals. Vertical

47”

23”

30”

12 ga

170 lbs.

88334

138-12

2080

138, US gals. Vertical

44”

27”

30”

12 ga

157 lbs.

68243

Domestic Oil Tank

138R-12

3005224

138, US gals. Horizontal Round

60”

26”

12 ga

170 lbs.

153622

In reference to: UL Listing

220-12

2070

220, US gals. Vertical/Stubbies

44”

27”

48”

12 ga

218 lbs.

179514

240V12

2020

240, US gals, Narrow/Vertical

47”

23”

60”

12 ga

264 lbs.

870721

275-12

2040

275, US gals, Vertical

44”

27”

60”

12 ga

252 lbs.

34558

120

Requires outlet opening of 1/2” minimum to be located underneath the tank only. Requires all top openings to be 2” minimum diameter. Tanks which do not meet above requirements cannot be UL 80 labeled.

gauge weight

Webb#

275F-12

2045

275, US gals, Horizontal

27”

44”

60”

12 ga

252 lbs.

34559

330

2050

330, US gals, Vertical

44”

27”

72”

12 ga

290 lbs.

34410

330F-12

2055

330, US gals, Horizontal

27”

44”

60”

12 ga

320 lbs.

79398

Double Bottom Leak Detection and Containment System

Alarm System Safety Double bottom tank with leak detector • Standard float leak detection system. • Optional electronic alarm. system eliminates leakage risk. 15-year warranty plus $2 million* in insurance coverage Residential Oil Tanks with ECOGARD dimenSions Mfr#

CAPACITY

model

gauge

H

W

L

weight

Webb#

244201

275 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

60”

290 lbs.

378840

245201

330 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

72”

334 lbs.

379850

Aboveground Skid Tanks UL 142 Polyurethane External Coating

Technical Specifications • Steel ASTM A-569. • Tested at pressure 5 to 7 PSIG. • External Finish: Grey Alkyd paint. • Skids have been proof tested under severe UL 142 requirements. dimenSions

Aboveground Tank

Mfr#

models

H

L

gauge

Emergency vent diameter (f)

weight

Webb#

3011423

300 US gals.

38”

60”

12 ga.

3”

370 lbs.

86395

3020445

500 US gals.

50”

48”

7 ga.

4”

845 lbs.

110490

Underground Tanks Single Wall Protected

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CAPACITY

model

gauge

H

W

L

weight

Webb#

204201P

275 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

60”

252 lbs.

308269

204701P

275 US gals.

Horiz.

12 ga.

44”

27”

60”

252 lbs.

318917

205201P

330 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

72”

295 lbs.

308685

205701P

330 US gals.

Horiz.

12 ga.

44”

27”

72”

295 lbs.

319170

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dimenSions

Mfr#

models

Dia. x length

A

B

C

D

gauge

weight

Webb#

3020344

500 US gals.

50” X 5’

5”

9”

9”

5”

7 ga.

830 lbs.

69927

3039342

1000 US gals.

50” X 10’

9”

16”

16”

8”

7 ga.

1350 lbs.

69928

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Residential Oil Tanks with ECOGARD & PROTEC20

opening location

Underground Tank

Residential Oil Tanks with PROTEC20

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CAPACITY

model

gauge

H

W

L

weight

Webb#

244201P

275 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

60”

290 lbs.

379917

245201P

330 US gals.

Vert.

12 ga.

44”

27”

72”

334 lbs.

379918

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Technical Specifications • Steel ASTM A-569, A-635 or A-283 Gr. C. • Tested at pressure 5 to 7 PSIG. • External Finish: Black Alkyd paint. • UL 58 label.

Better External Protection The polyurethane coating could resist to pressure up to 25 psi (maximum operating pressure is 1 psi.), ensuring high safety and protection against leakage caused by corrosion Lifetime The finish prevents external corrosion and is UV resistant to protect colors 20-year extended manufacturer’s warranty* plus $2 million in insurance coverage

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2 in 1 Safety Tank System

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2 in 1 Safety Tank System

Vent Caps

GRANBY double-wall tanks are designed to offer the highest level of environmental protection. Every inner GRANBY tank is made of blowmolded, high-density polyethylene that is seamless and absolutely leak-proof and corrosion-resistant. In addition, GRANBY tanks feature top connections to ensure the oil stays where it should. The outer tank is made of leak-proof corrosion resistant steel which is capable of containing at least 110% of the capacity of the inner tank for maximum protection. GRANBY tanks are completely rust-free, inside and out. The outer tank is made of galvanized steel, rollseamed (no welds) with an oil and fire resistant seal, making it one of the safest and most reliable tanks on the market. GRANBY uses state-of-the-art technology to ensure maximum storage safety and minimum space requirements. Features: • Weld-free galvanized steel outer tank capable of holding 110% of the inner tank. • Seamless high-density polyethylene inner tank. • Highly visible optical leak alarm. • 55% lighter than a 12-gauge steel tank with a larger storage capacity. • C  orrosion resistant steel filling system and external 2” thread, allowing for an even level in each tank when installed in groups. • Cover for outside use.

mfr# description With Screen 4037 11/4” With Screen 4038 11/2” With Screen 4039 2” With Screen Mushroom Vent Caps 4021 3/4” Threaded 4022 1” Threaded 4023 11/4” Threaded 4024 11/2” Threaded 4025 2” Threaded

Mfr#

CAPACITY US Gals.

Dimensions H

W

L

Webb#

R2335191861

165

61”

28”

29”

367737

R2335191862

275

61”

28”

43”

367736

mfr# R2335001863 R2350000999 R2350000026 R2350000027 R2315007012

R2335100222

R2335100749

R2335100757

description Sealed Fuel Oil Gauge (165 and 275 G.) Vent Alarm 2in. NPT 3/8” Duplex Bushing with fittings 1/2” Duplex Bushing with fittings Duplex kit #1: (duplex bushing & vent alarm not) Tie Down kit (need one for 165 G and two for the 275) Galvanized cover for outside application (for 165 G.) Galvanized cover for outside application (for 275 G.)

webb# 9813 91128 91127

webb# 367735 367733 372844 379919

mfr# 3312 3315 3320 3515 3212 3215 3220 3412 3415 3420 3100

description 11/4” Male Straight Adapter 11/2” Male Straight Adapter 2” Male Straight Adapter 11/2” Male 45° Adapter 11/4” Female Straight Adapter 11/2” Female Straight Adapter 2” Female Straight Adapter 11/4” Female 45° Adapter 11/2” Female 45° Adapter 2” Female 45° Adapter Unifil Standard Cap

mfr# description Hinge Type 4164 2” Male Thread 4171 2”

378972 371966

webb# 69643

webb#

Detects the presence of water in petroleum and petroleum based products. Turns violet on contact with water. mfr# 61-405

description Water Paste

webb# 55862

Metal Gas Cans & Accessories mfr# 11010 11410 11910 11915 12020 12040 12910

description webb# 5 gal. Gas Can 256832 Gas Can Carrier With Strap 256833 Metal Lid Gasket 256834 Metal Lid for 5 Gal. Can 256835 11/4” Screw-on Spout 256836 3/4” Screw-on Spout 256837 Metal Spout Gasket 256838

55873 55844

mfr# description webb# Slip-Thru 4468 2” X 3/8” X 3/8” 55877 Solid Body 4-Way Tap DupleX Slip-Thru 4475 2” X 3/8” X 3/8” 55847 DupleX Bushing 4476 2” X 1/2” X 1/2” 55848

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description Tank Patch

Tank Bushings

273737

mfr# description Duple X Fittings 4482 3/8” Comp X 3/8” IPS 4484 1/2” Comp X 1/2” IPS

F.W. Webb Company

webb# 54498 57838 69871 69870 36644 57840 58842 54499 57839 58843 36643

part# webb# UF122 79475

Replacement Parts

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mfr# S216W

Tank Fill Adapters

Fill Boxes

367732

Instantly stops small leaks in steel tanks. A powerful permanent magnet holds a flexible plug against the hole and against existing pressure. Saves time. Can be re-used. The quickest tank repair possible.

55864 55865 55866 55867 55868

mfr# description 04346 Unifil Nozzle Connector

Accessories

Oil Tank Patch™

F.W. Webb stocks riello parts!

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Oil Heating Tank Gauges Ventalarm®

Gauges

Scully tank gauges feature durable and leak-proof construction. They have easy to read level indicators and are simple to install. • One unit fill alarm and level indicator saves installation costs. • Protects against spills. mfr# 01402 01406 01409 01413 01444 01445 01456

desc. Depth 11/2” X 11/4” 26” – 27” 11/2” X 11/4” 42” – 44” 2” X 11/4” 26” – 27” 2” X 11/4” 42” – 44” 2” X 11/2” 26” – 27” 2” X 11/2” 42” – 44” 2” X 2” 42” – 44”

part# webb# VG125-26 20197 VG125-42 20196 VG126-26 70303 VG126 20199 94512 76536 95164

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Tank Fill Signals Used for above and below ground tanks Ventalarm® Signals

Inline Fusible Valves

Scully tank fill signals whistle when the tank is filling. When the whistle stops, the tank is full. The calibrated whistle stems allow for product expansion and may be cut for flat style tanks. A patented screen keeps the whistle chamber free from pipe scale and bugs. mfr# 00201 00202 00215 00216 00209 00275

description 11/4” X 11/4” 11/2” X 11/2” 2” X 11/4” 2” X 11/2” 2” X 2” 2” X 2” (Vert/Flat)

part# webb# VS201 20192 VS202 20193 VS521 70304 VS530 110528 VS270 79005 VS524 94064

®

• Inexpensive and accurate level indicator. • Leak-proof construction with non-rusting zinc casting. • Dual bushing fits both 11/2” & 2” tank holes. mfr# Depth 01421 26” – 27” 01422 42” – 44”

part# EG216 EG215

webb# 69875 34260

Snorkel® Gauges • Takes clean, dry fuel from 1” below the surface. • Provides a return line opening. • Two piece assembly makes installation easier. • One unit fits both 11/2” & 2” tank bushings. mfr# Depth part# 01416 42” – 44” TS120 10159 Replacement Vial & Gasket

webb# 69876 69094

Globe Valve, 1/2” X 1/2” NPT

87707

9800

mfr# B100HCV B100CV

description 3/8” X 3/8”, Silver cap 3/8” X 3/8”, Brass cap

webb# 9804 9805

100HVC B200HCV B200CV B105HVC 105HVC* B205HVC

3/8” X 3/8”, Silver cap 1/2” X 1/2”, Silver cap 1/2” X 1/2”, Brass cap

87708 95598 9806 76575 76484 76576

3/8” X 3/8”, Flare, Silver cap 3/8” X 3/8”, Flare, Silver cap 1/2” X 1/2”, Flare, Silver cap

* Cast Bronze

Lever Valves B300F

Globe Valve, 3/4” X 3/4” NPT

84867

B105F B205F

Globe Valve, 3/8” X 3/8” NPT Globe Valve, 1/2” X 1/2” Flare

9799 70302

mfr# B100L

description 3/8” X 3/8”, With Access

webb# 9807

• Installs without removing the existing vent pipe. • Special leak-proof fitting joins and seals Vent alarm to pipe. • No threading or additional fittings required. mfr# 00203

OEM Replacement Gauge Vial description With Gasket

Handwheel

description part# webb# 11/4” X 11/4” VS221 20195

mfr# HW165

Burner (Angle) Fusible Valves Compression Pipe Couplings • Lets you replace a tank without removing fill and vent pipes. • Rugged design makes pipe connections secure and leak free. • Gaskets keep any fumes from leaking. mfr# 01116 01117 01122

description 11/4” 11/2” 2”

part# webb# AF251 69872 AF252 69873 AF253 70305

mfr# B104CFS B204CFXL B204CF

description 3/8” X 1/4”, Short Shank 1/2” X 1/4”, Short Shank 1/2” FL X 1/4” NPT, Short Shank

webb# 91992 70051 246671

B104F B104CF 104CF* B204CFL

3/8” COMP X 1/4” NPT 3/8” Flare X 1/4” NPT 3/8” Flare X 1/4” NPT 1/2” Flare X 1/4” NPT

9797 9794 164598 70051

B104FXL 3/8” COMP X 1/4” NPT B104CFXL 3/8” Flare X 1/4” NPT

9798 30214

description webb# f/Fusible Valve & Thermal Switch 9809

Oil Tank Valves Hard Seat Oil Tank Valves mfr# 111-203

description 1/2” M X 3/8” M T-561

webb# 179512

webb# 82561

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Wireless Fuel Level Monitor • • • •

Monitor oil level from your kitchen. No more trips outside or into the basement. Installs in both basement and outside above ground tanks. Takes 10 minutes to install—no wiring needed.

mfr# 7000 7012 7015 7050

description Rocket Fuel Monitor with 2” Adapter Rocket Adapter 11/4” NPT Rocket Adapter 11/2” NPT Rocket Wireless Receiver only

webb# 308056 308057 308058 308060

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Tank-Filter Fusible Valves mfr# description 191TF 1/2” X 3/8”, Bottom Outlet 141TFSBV* 1/2” X 3/8”, Bottom Outlet

webb# 9803 111862

3/8” X 3/8”, Straight

9802

140TFSBV* 3/8”, Bottom Outlet

75892

131TF

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description webb# 42-44” Vertical Tank Gauge 78055 Replacement top kit w/gaskets 78054

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Globe Valve, 3/8” X 3/8”, Cast Brass

Check Valves webb# 9793

* Cast Bronze

Clearview Indoor-Outdoor

154

100F

B200F

Oil Tank Gauge

mfr# 4495

mfr# description B100F Globe Valve, 3/8” X 3/8”, Brass

Compression Ventalarm® Signals

Econ-O-Gages

mfr# 8000 8005

Oil Heating

F.W. Webb stocks burnham heating products!

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Flare Fittings Grooved Polyethylene–Coated Soft Copper Tubing for Fuel Oil Polyethylene coating features controlled double wall containment Oil Pro-Tec® features a revolutionary concept in fuel oil tubing. The Uniquely designed polyethylene coating protects both the environment from oil contaminants and the copper tubing from corrosion. The coating features special grooves that contain the fuel oil in the event of a line failure and provides for early leak detection. mfr# 38X50CTD 38X100CTD 12X50CTD 12X100CTD

description Orange Copper 3/8” X 50’ Orange Copper 3/8” X 100’ Orange Copper 1/2” X 50’ Orange Copper 1/2” X 100’

SECTION

SECTION

11

11

Insulated Hangers

Brass Flare Fittings

Inso-Line Strap Hanger

#42 Flare X Flare Union

• Nails included. • Copper coated for corrosion resistance. • Prevents vibration noise. Mfr# Pipe Size Hanger Length Webb# 601-1 1/2” 6” 46 601-2 3/4” 6” 47

Inso-Line & Plain Glide Clips • Copper-clad nails included. • Allows silent sliding of supported tubing. Mfr# Pipe Size Webb# 604-1 1/2” 75 604-2 3/4” 72656 604-3 1” 77

webb# 201445 201446 213315 213316

#48 Flare X Male (MPT) Union

Mfg# Code Size webb# U2-2 U2-3 U2-4 U2-5 U2-6 U2-8 U2-10 U2-12 U2-14

SAE18UN SAE316UN SAE14UN SAE516UN SAE38UN SAE12UN SAE58UN SAE34UN SAE78UN

19795 19796 19797 19798 19799 19801 19802 19803 19804

1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8

#42R Flare X Flare Reducing Union Mfg# Code Size UR2-64 UR2-86 UR2-108 UR2-84 UR2-106 UR2-128

Standard Copper Tubing mfr#

SAE38X14UN SAE12X38UN SAE58X12UN SAE12X14UN SAE58X38UN SAE34X12UN

webb#

3/8 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 1/2 X 1/4 5/8 X 3/8 3/4 X 1/2

30291 34574 34820 34818 34819 34821

#46 Flare X Female (FPT) Union

C/T14K100 C/T38K100 C/T12K100

Mfg# Code Size webb# U3-3A U3-4A U3-4B U3-6A U3-6B U3-6C U3-6D U3-6E U3-8B U3-8C U3-8D U3-8E U3-10C U3-10D U3-10E U3-12E

C/T14L100 C/T38L100 C/T12L100

C/T14OD100 C/T38OD100 C/T516OD100 C/T12OD100 C/T58OD100

SAE316ODX18FA SAE14ODX18FA SAE14ODXFA SAE38ODX18FA SAE38ODX14FA SAE38ODXFA SAE38ODX12FA SAE38ODX34FA SAE12ODX14FA SAE12ODX38FA SAE12ODXFA SAE12ODX34FA SAE58ODX38FA SAE58ODX12FA SAE58ODX34FA SAE34ODX34FA

3/16 X 1/8 1/4 X 1/8 1/4 X 1/4 3/8 X 1/8 3/8 X 1/4 3/8 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/2 3/8 X 3/4 1/2 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 1/2 X 1/2 1/2 X 3/4 5/8 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 5/8 X 3/4 3/4 X 3/4

19747 19748 19749 19754 19755 19756 19757 19758 19759 19760 19761 19762 19763 19764 19765 19767

#114 Swivel Nut • • • • •

Is wholesale only is made in the usa has true 40,000 btu’s on 40 gallon has a patented “hydrojet” system Has a patented 304L Stainless Steel “Screenlock” system • has a factory installed T&P valve • has a patented “vitraglass” lining

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Mfg# Code Size webb# US4-4 SAE14SWIVELNUT US4-6 SAE38SWIVELNUT US4-8 SAE12SWIVELNUT US4-10 SAE58SWIVELNUT US4-86 SAE12X38SWIVELNUT US4-108 SAE58X12SWIVELNUT

1/4 3/8 1/2 5/8 1/2 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2

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78995 77598 77599 78996 95739 95738

Mfg#

Code

Size

webb#

U1-2A U1-3A U1-4A U1-4B U1-4C U1-4D U1-5A U1-5B U1-5C U1-6A U1-6B U1-6C U1-6D U1-6E U1-8B U1-8C U1-8D U1-8E U1-10B U1-10C U1-10D U1-10E U1-12D U1-12E U1-14E

SAE18MUN SAE316X18MUN SAE316X14MUN SAE14X18MUN SAE14MUN SAE14X38MUN SAE14X12MUN SAE516X18MUN SAE516X14MUN SAE516X38MUN SAE38X18MUN SAE38X14MUN SAE38X38MUN SAE38X12MUN SAE38X34MUN SAE12X14MUN SAE12X38MUN SAE12X12MUN SAE12X34MUN SAE58X14MUN SAE58X38MUN SAE58X12MUN SAE58X34MUN SAE34X12MUN SAE34ODX34MUN SAE78X34MUN

1/8 X 1/8 3/16 X 1/8 3/16 X 1/4 1/4 X 1/8 1/4 X 1/4 1/4 X 3/8 1/4 X 1/2 5/16 X 1/8 5/16 X 1/4 5/16 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/8 3/8 X 1/4 3/8 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/2 3/8 X 3/4 1/2 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 1/2 X 1/2 1/2 X 3/4 5/8 X 1/4 5/8 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 5/8 X 3/4 3/4 X 1/2 3/4 X 3/4 7/8 X 3/4

19769 19770 19771 19772 19773 19774 19775 19776 19777 19778 19779 19780 19781 19782 19783 19784 19785 19786 19787 19788 19789 19790 19791 19792 19793 19794

#446 Flare Cap Mfg#

Code

Size

webb#

N5-3 N5-4 N5-5 N5-6 N5-8 N5-10

SAE316CAP SAE14CA SAE516CAP SAE38CA SAE12CA SAE58CAP

3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8

19735 19736 19737 19738 19739 19740

PIPE & FITTINGS

webb# mfr# webb# K Tubing 187618 2525 C/T14K60 2526 C/T38K60 191720 2539 C/T12K60 150326 111921 C/T58K60 L Tubing 190615 2551 C/T14L60 2552 C/T38L60 190614 2553 C/T12L60 91639 Refrigeration Tubing (for Oil Lines) 2578 C/T18OD 2579 C/T316OD 2580 C/T14OD 92012 2581 C/T516OD 58835 2582 C/T38OD 150328 2583 C/T12OD 58836 2584 C/T58OD 58837

Flare Fittings

#447 Flare Plug Mfg#

Code

Size Webb#

P2-3 P2-4 P2-5 P2-6 P2-8 P2-10

SAE316PL SAE14PL SAE516PL SAE38PL SAE12PL SAE58PL

3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8

19741 19742 19743 19744 19745 19746

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#461 Flare Bonnets Mfg#

Code

Size

webb#

B1-4 B1-6 B1-8 B1-10

SAE461-4 SAE38BONNET SAE12BONNET SAE461-10

1/4 3/8 1/2 5/8

185393 185395 185396 185391

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Code

Size

webb#

T2-2 T2-3 T2-4 T2-5 T2-6 T2-8 T2-10 T2-12

SAE18T SAE316T SAE14T SAE516T SAE38T SAE12T SAE58T SAE34T

1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4

19856 19857 19858 19859 19860 19861 19862 19863

#44R Flare X Flare X Flare Reducing Tee Mfg#

Code

Size WEbb#

TR2-446 TR2-664 TR3-668 TR2-886 TR2-10106 TR2-10808 TR2-10810 TR2-868 TR2-8810 TR2-884

SAE14X38T 1/4 X 3/8 34825 SAE38X14T 3/8 X 1/4 34826 SAE38X12T 3/8 X 1/2 34827 SAE12X38T 1/2 X 3/8 34833 SAE58X38T 5/8 X 3/8 34838 SAE58X12T 5/8 X 1/2 34839 SAE58X12X58T 5/8 X 1/2 X 5/8 191825 SAE12X38X12T 1/2 X 3/8 X 1/2 192879 SAE12X58T 1/2 X 5/8 192880 SAE12X14T 1/2 X 1/4 95513

#45 Flare X Flare X Male (MPT) Tee

45° Elbow

Code

Size

webb#

T1-3A T1-6C T1-8D T1-5B T1-6B T1-8C T1-10D T1-8B

SAE316ODX18MT2 SAE38ODX38MT2 SAE12ODX12MT2 SAE516ODX14MT5 SAE38ODX14MT5 SAE12ODX38MT5 SAE58ODX12MT5 SAE12X14MT

3/16 X 1/8 3/8 X 3/8 1/2 X 1/2 5/16 X 1/4 3/8 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 1/2 X 1/4

19865 19872 19875 19881 19883 19886 19888 85451

#481 Forged Flare Nut Mfg#

Code

Size Webb#

NS4-3 NS4-4 NS4-5 NS4-6 NS4-8 NS4-10 NS4-12 NSR4-64 NSR4-65 NSR4-86 NSR4-106 NSR4-108

SAE316NUT SAE14RNUT SAE516RNUT SAE38RNUT SAE12RNUT SAE58RNUT SAE34SRNUT SAE38X14NUT SAE38X516NUT SAE12X38NUT SAE58X38NUT SAE58X12NUT

3/16 19722 1/4 34570 5/16 34813 3/8 34571 1/2 34572 5/8 34814 3/4 34815 3/8 X 1/4 78997 3/8 X 5/16 78998 1/2 X 3/8 85455 5/8 X 3/8 212746 5/8 X 1/2 95512

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Code

E2-2 SAE1890 E2-3 SAE31690 E2-4 SAE1490 E2-5 SAE51690 E2-6 SAE3890 E2-8 SAE1290 E2-10 SAE5890 E2-12 SAE3490 ER2-64 SAE38X1490 ER2-86 SAE12X3890 ER2-106 SAE58X3890 ER2-108 SAE58X1290

Size

webb# 19847 19848 19849 19850 19851 19852 19853 19854 34823 34824 94502 94503

1/8 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 3/8 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 5/8 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2

#49 Flare X Male (MPT) Elbow Mfg#

Code

Size

webb#

E1-2A E1-3A E1-3B E1-4A E1-4B E1-4C E1-4D E1-5A E1-5B E1-5C E1-6A E1-6B E1-6C E1-6D E1-6E E1-8B E1-8C E1-8D E1-8E E1-10C E1-10D E1-10E E1-12D

SAE18M90 SAE316X18M90 SAE316X14M90 SAE14X18M90 SAE14M90 SAE14X38M90 SAE14ODX12M90 SAE516X18M90 SAE516X14M90 SAE516X38M90 SAE38X18M90 SAE38X14M90 SAE38X38M90 SAE38X12M90 SAE38ODX34M90 SAE12X14M90 SAE12X38M90 SAE12X12M90 SAE12ODX34M90 SAE58X38M90 SAE58ODX12M90 SAE58ODX34M90 SAE34ODX12M90

1/8 3/16 X 1/8 3/16 X 1/4 1/4 X 1/8 1/4 1/4 X 3/8 1/4 X 1/2 5/16 X 1/8 5/16 X 1/4 5/16 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/8 3/8 X 1/4 3/8 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/2 3/8 X 3/4 1/2 X 1/4 1/2 X 3/8 1/2 X 1/2 1/2 X 3/4 5/8 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 5/8 X 3/4 3/4 X 1/2

19823 19824 19825 19826 19827 19828 19829 19830 19831 19832 19833 19834 19835 19836 19837 19838 19839 19840 19841 19843 19844 19845 19846

#564 Flare X Female (FPT) Elbow Mfg#

Code

Size Webb#

E3-6C E3-6D E3-8D E3-8E E3-10C E3-10D E3-10E

SAE38ODX38F90 SAE38ODX12F90 SAE12ODX12F90 SAE12ODX34F90 SAE58ODX38F90 SAE58ODX12F90 SAE58ODX34F90

3/8 X 3/8 3/8 X 1/2 1/2 X 1/2 1/2 X 3/4 5/8 X 3/8 5/8 X 1/2 5/8 X 3/4

19813 19814 19818 19819 19820 19821 19822

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MFR# MAL1845 MAL1445 MAL3845 MAL1245 MAL3445 MAL145 MAL11445 MAL11245 MAL245 MAL21245 MAL345

Cross SIZE WEBB# 12559 12560 12561 12562 12563 1” 12564 11/4” 12565 11/2” 12566 2” 12567 21/2” 12568 3” 12569

1/8” 1/4” 3/8” 1/2” 3/4”

45° Street Elbow MFR# MAL18S45 MAL14S45 MAL38S45 MAL12S45 MAL34S45 MAL1S45 MAL114S45 MAL112S45 MAL2S45

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 12574 1/4” 12575 3/8” 12576 1/2” 12577 3/4” 12578 1” 12579 11/4” 12580 11/2” 12581 2” 12582

MFR# MAL1845 MAL14CR MAL38CR MAL12CR MAL34CR MAL1CR MAL114CR MAL112CR MAL2CR

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 12759 1/4” 12760 3/8” 12761 1/2” 12762 3/4” 12763 1” 12764 11/4” 12765 11/2” 12766 2” 12767

Coupling MFR# MAL18CO MAL14CO MAL38CO MAL12CO MAL34CO MAL1CO MAL114CO MAL112CO MAL2CO MAL3CO

SIZE WEBB# 12774 1/4” 12775 3/8” 12776 1/2” 12777 3/4” 12778 1” 12779 11/4” 12780 11/2” 12781 2” 12782 3” 12784

1/8”

90° Elbow MFR# MAL1890 MAL1490 MAL3890 MAL1290 MAL3490 MAL190 MAL11490 MAL11290 MAL290 MAL21290 MAL390

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 12503 1/4” 12504 3/8” 12505 1/2” 12506 3/4” 12507 1” 12508 11/4” 12509 11/2” 12510 2” 12511 21/2” 12512 3” 12513

90° Street Elbow MFR# MAL18S90 MAL14S90 MAL38S90 MAL12S90 MAL34S90 MAL1S90 MAL114S90 MAL112S90 MAL2S90 MAL212S90

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 12547 1/4” 12548 3/8” 12549 1/2” 12550 3/4” 12551 1” 12552 11/4” 12553 11/2” 12554 2” 12555 21/2” 12556

90° Reducing Elbow MFR# SIZE WEBB# MAL14X1890 1/4” X 1/8” 12518 MAL38X1490 3/8” X 1/4” 12519 MAL12X3890 1/2” X 3/8” 12521 MAL12X1490 1/2” X 1/4” 12522 MAL34X1290 3/4” X 1/2” 12523 MAL34X3890 3/4” X 3/8” 12524 MAL34X1490 3/4” X 1/4” 12525 MAL1X3490 1” X 3/4” 12526 MAL1X1290 1” X 1/2” 12527 MAL114X190 11/4” X 1” 12529 MAL114X3490 11/4” X 3/4” 12530 MAL114X1290 11/4” X 1/2” 12531 MAL112X11490 11/2” X 11/4”12532 MAL112X190 11/2” X 1” 12533 MAL112X3490 11/2” X 3/4” 12534 MAL2X11290 2” X 11/2” 12535 MAL2X11490 2” X 11/4” 12536 MAL2X190 2” X 1” 12537 MAL2X3490 2” X 3/4” 12538 MAL212X290 21/2” X 2” 12539 MAL212X11290 21/2” X 11/2”12540 MAL3X21290 3” X 21/2” 12541 MAL3X290 3” X 2” 12542

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Plug MFR# Solid BCI18SOPL BCI14SOPL BCI38SOPL BCI12SOPL BCI34SOPL BCI1SOPL BCISO2PL Cored BCI12PL BCI34PL BCI1PL BCI114PL BCI112PL BCI2PL BCI212PL BCI3PL

SIZE WEBB#

1/4” 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1” 2”

1380 1381 1382 1383 1371 197665 1388

1/2” 3/4” 1” 11/4” 11/2” 2” 21/2” 3”

206693 203284 1385 1373 1387 1375 1376 1377

1/8”

Cap MFR# MAL18CA MAL14CA MAL38CA MAL12CA MAL34CA MAL1CA MAL114CA MAL112CA MAL2CA MAL212CA MAL3CA

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 12851 1/4” 12852 3/8” 12853 1/2” 12854 3/4” 12855 1” 12856 11/4” 12857 11/2” 12858 2” 12859 21/2” 12860 3” 12861

MFR# SIZE WEBB# BCI14X18BU 1/4” X 1/8” 1257 BCI38X14BU 3/8” X 1/4” 1258 BCI38X18BU 3/8” X 1/8” 1259 BCI12X38BU 1/2” X 3/8” 1260 BCI12X14BU 1/2” X 1/4” 1261 BCI12X18BU 1/2” X 1/8” 1262 BCI34X12BU 3/4” X 1/2” 1263 BCI34X38BU 3/4” X 3/8” 1264 BCI34X14BU 3/4” X 1/4” 1265 BCI34X18BU 3/4” X 1/8” 1266 BCI1X34BU 1” X 3/4” 1267 BCI1X12BU 1” X 1/2” 1268 BCI1X38BU 1” X 3/8” 1269 BCI1X14BU 1” X 1/4” 1270 BCI1X18BU 1” X 1/8” 1271 BCI114X1BU 11/4” X 1” 1272 BCI114X34BU 11/4” X 3/4” 1273 BCI114X12BU 11/4” X 1/2” 1274 BCI114X38BU 11/4” X 3/8” 1275 BCI114X14BU 11/4” X 1/4” 1276 BCI114X18BU 11/4” X 1/8” 76976 BCI112X114BU 11/2” X 11/4” 1277 BCI112X1BU 11/2” X 1” 1278 BCI112X34BU 11/2” X 3/4” 1279 BCI112X12BU 11/2” X 1/2” 1280 BCI2X112BU 2” X 11/2” 1283 BCI2X114BU 2” X 11/4” 1284 BCI2X1BU 2” X 1” 1285 BCI2X34BU 2” X 3/4” 1286 BCI2X12BU 2” X 1/2” 1287 BCI212X2BU 21/2” X 2” 1290 BCI212X112BU 21/2” X 11/2” 1291 BCI212X114BU 21/2” X 11/4” 1292 BCI212X1BU 21/2” X 1” 1293 BCI3X212BU 3” X 21/2” 1296 BCI3X2BU 3” X 2” 1297 BCI3X1BU 3” X 1” 1300

Tee

Union MFR# MAL18UN MAL14UN MAL38UN MAL12UN MAL34UN MAL1UN MAL114UN MAL112UN MAL2UN MAL3UN

SIZE WEBB# 1/8” 54291 1/4” 30254 3/8” 30255 1/2” 30256 3/4” 30257 1” 30258 11/4” 30259 11/2” 30260 2” 30262 3” 30263

MFR# MAL18T MAL14T MAL38T MAL12T MAL34T MAL1T MAL114T MAL112T MAL2T MAL212T MAL3T

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SIZE WEBB# 12586 1/4” 12587 3/8” 12588 1/2” 12589 3/4” 12590 1” 12591 11/4” 12592 11/2” 12593 2” 12594 21/2” 12595 3” 12596

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PIPE & FITTINGS

Mfg#

Flare Fittings

Black Malleable Fittings #55 Flare X Flare Elbow

Mfg#

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Fittings – Nipples

SECTION

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11 Schedule 40 Nipples

Black Malleable Fittings (cont.) Reducing Tee (cont.)

Reducing Tee

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MFR# SIZE WEBB# MAL112X114X112T 11/2” X 11/4” X 11/2” 12667 MAL112X114X114T 11/2” X 11/4” X 11/4” 12668 MAL112X114X1T 11/2” X 11/4” X 1” 12669 MAL112X114X34T 11/2” X 11/4” X 3/4” 12670 MAL112X114X12T 11/2” X 11/4” X 1/2” 12671 MAL112X1X112T 11/2” X 1” X 11/2” 12672 MAL112X1X114T 11/2” X 1” X 11/4” 12673 MAL112X1X1T 11/2” X 1” X 1” 12674 MAL112X1X34T 11/2” X 1” X 3/4” 12675 MAL112X34X112T 11/2” X 3/4” X 11/2” 12677 MAL34X12X34T 11/2” X 3/4” X 1” 12679 MAL112X34X1T 11/2” X 3/4” X 3/4” 12680 MAL112X12X112T 11/2” X 1/2” X 11/2” 12681 MAL2X2X212T 2” X 2” X 21/2” 12684 MAL2X2X112T 2” X 2” X 11/2” 12685 MAL2X2X114T 2” X 2” X 11/4” 12686 MAL2X2X1T 2” X 2” X 1” 12687 MAL2X2X34T 2” X 2” X 3/4” 12688 MAL2X2X12T 2” X 2” X 1/2” 12689 MAL2X112X2T 2” X 11/2” X 2” 12690 MAL2X112X112T 2” X 11/2” X 11/2” 12691 MAL2X112X114T 2” X 11/2” X 11/4” 12692 MAL2X112X1T 2” X 11/2” X 1” 12693 MAL2X112X34T 2” X 11/2” X 3/4” 12694 MAL2X114X2T 2” X 11/4” X 2” 12695 MAL2X114X114T 2” X 11/4” X 11/4” 12697 MAL2X1X2T 2” X 1” X 2” 12699 MAL2X1X1T 2” X 1” X 1” 12702 MAL2X34X2T 2” X 3/4” X 2” 12704 MAL1X12X2T 1” X 1/2” X 2” 12706 MAL212X212X3T 21/2” X 21/2” X 3” 12707 MAL212X212X2T 21/2” X 21/2” X 2” 12708 MAL212X212X112T 21/2” X 21/2” X 11/2” 12709 MAL212X212X114T 21/2” X 21/2” X 11/4” 12710 MAL212X212X1T 21/2” X 21/2” X 1” 12711 MAL212X212X34T 21/2” X 21/2” X 3/4” 12712 MAL212X2X212T 21/2” X 2” X 21/2” 12713 MAL212X2X2T 21/2” X 2” X 2” 12714 MAL212X112X212T 21/2” X 11/2” X 21/2” 12716 MAL212X112X2T 21/2” X 11/2” X 2” 12717 MAL3X3X212T 3” X 3” X 21/2” 12719 MAL3X3X2T 3” X 3” X 2” 12720 MAL3X3X112T 3” X 3” X 11/2” 12721 MAL3X3X114T 3” X 3” X 11/4” 12722 MAL3X3X1T 3” X 3” X 1” 12723 MAL3X3X34T 3” X 3” X 3/4” 12724 MAL3X212X212T 3” X 21/2” X 21/2” 12726 MAL3X212X2T 3” X 21/2” X 2” 12727 MAL3X2X3T 3” X 2” X 3” 12729 MAL3X2X2T 3” X 2” X 2” 12730

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Reducing Coupling MFR# SIZE WEBB# BCI14X18CO 1/4” X 1/8” 12789 BCI38X14CO 3/8” X 1/4” 12790 BCI38X18CO 3/8” X 1/8” 12791 BCI12X38CO 1/2” X 3/8” 12792 BCI12X14CO 1/2” X 1/4” 12793 BCI12X18CO 1/2” X 1/8” 12794 BCI34X12CO 3/4” X 1/2” 12795 BCI34X38CO 3/4” X 3/8” 12796 BCI34X14CO 3/4” X 1/4” 12797 BCI34X18CO 3/4” X 1/8” 12798 BCI1X34CO 1” X 3/4” 12799 BCI1X12CO 1” X 1/2” 12800 BCI1X38CO 1” X 3/8” 12801 BCI1X14CO 1” X 1/4” 12802 BCI114X1CO 11/4” X 1” 12803 BCI114X34CO 11/4” X 3/4” 12804 BCI114X12CO 11/4” X 1/2” 12805 BCI114X38CO 11/4” X 3/8” 12806 BCI114X14CO 11/4” X 1/4” 12808 BCI112X114CO 11/2” X 11/4” 12808 BCI112X1CO 11/2” X 1” 12809 BCI112X34CO 11/2” X 3/4” 12810 BCI112X12CO 11/2” X 1/2” 12811 BCI2X112CO 2” X 11/2” 12813 BCI2X114CO 2” X 11/4” 12814 BCI2X1CO 2” X 1” 12815 BCI2X34CO 2” X 3/4” 12816 BCI2X12CO 2” X 1/2” 12817 BCI212X2CO 21/2” X 2” 12818 BCI212X112CO 21/2” X 11/2” 12819 BCI212X114CO 21/2” X 11/4” 12820 BCI212X1CO 21/2” X 1” 12821 BCI3X212CO 3” X 21/2” 12822 BCI3X2CO 3” X 2” 12823 BCI3X112CO 3” X 11/2” 12824 BCI3X114CO 3” X 11/4” 12825 BCI3X1CO 3” X 1” 12826

Floor Flanges MFR# SIZE WEBB# MAL12FLFLG 1/2” 12879 MAL34FLFLG 3/4” 12880 MAL1FLFLG 1” 12881 MAL114FLFLG 11/4” 12882 MAL112FLFLG 11/2” 12883 MAL2FLFLG 2” 12884

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1/8” — 1” SIZE

part# webb# part# webb# part# webb# part# webb# part# webb# pART# WEBB# 1/8” 1/4” 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1”

LOSE C 1 11/2 2 21/2 3 31/2 4 41/2 5 51/2 6 61/2 7

NIP18XCLO 14121 NIP14XCLO 14132 NIP38XCLO 14143 NIP18X1 89013 NIP14X1 90178 NIP18X112 14122 NIP14X112 14133 NIP38X112 14144 NIP18X2 14123 NIP14X2 14134 NIP38X2 14145 NIP18X212 14124 NIP14X212 14135 NIP38X212 14146 NIP18X3 14125 NIP14X3 14136 NIP38X3 14147 NIP18X312 14126 NIP14X312 14137 NIP38X312 14148 NIP18X4 14127 NIP14X4 14138 NIP38X4 14149 NIP18X412 14128 NIP14X412 14139 NIP38X412 14150 NIP18X5 14129 NIP14X5 14140 NIP38X5 14151 NIP18X512 14130 NIP14X512 14141 NIP38X512 14152 NIP18X6 14131 NIP14X6 14142 NIP38X6 14153 NIP38X612 153667 NIP18X7 110506 NIP14X7 93181 NIP38X7 67730

71/2 8 81/2 9 91/2 10 101/2 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 171/2 18 19 20 21 22 24 26 27 28 30 36 40 42 43 48 53 54 60

NIP38X712 213295 NIP12X712 225065 NIP18X8 89010 NIP14X8 90181 NIP38X8 110509 NIP12X8 14166 NIP34X8 14183 NIP38X812 90197 NIP12X812 90217 NIP18X9 153003 NIP14X9 86243 NIP38X9 213167 NIP12X9 14167 NIP34X9 14184 NIP34X912 209203 NIP18X10 153238 NIP14X10 90179 NIP38X10 79993 NIP12X10 14168 NIP34X10 14185 NIP34X1012 225069 NIP14X11 206628 NIP38X11 90199 NIP12X11 14169 NIP34X11 14186 NIP14X12 90180 NIP38X12I 153004 NIP12X12 14170 NIP34X12 14187 NIP38X13 225073 NIP12X13 91833 NIP34X13 209208 NIP14X14 85164 NIP12X14 85163 NIP34X14 92234 NIP34X15 83865 NIP38X16 242818 NIP12X16 250310 NIP14X18 14776 NIP38X18 14784 NIP12X18 14792 NIP34X18 14800

NIP12XCLO NIP12X1 NIP12X112 NIP12X2 NIP12X212 NIP12X3 NIP12X312 NIP12X4 NIP12X412 NIP12X5 NIP12X512 NIP12X6 NIP12X612 NIP12X7

14154 184981 14155 14156 14157 14158 14159 14160 14161 14162 14163 14164 90214 14165

NIP34XCLO 14171 NIP1XCLO NIP34X112 NIP34X2 NIP34X212 NIP34X3 NIP34X312 NIP34X4 NIP34X412 NIP34X5 NIP34X512 NIP34X6 NIP34X612 NIP34X7

NIP34X20

14172 14173 14174 14175 14176 14177 14178 14179 14180 14181 86309 14182

NIP114X112 NIP1X2 NIP1X212 NIP1X3 NIP1X312 NIP1X4 NIP1X412 NIP1X5 NIP1X512 NIP1X6 NIP1X7 NIP1X712 NIP1X8 NIP1X812 NIP1X9 NIP1X912 NIP1X10 NIP1X1012 NIP1X11 NIP1X12 NIP1X13 NIP1X14 NIP1X15 NIP1X16 NIP1X17 NIP1X1712 NIP1X18

14188 90247 14189 14190 14191 14192 14193 14194 14195 14196 14197 14198 225068 14199 210728 14200 243409 14201 225066 14202 14203 218014 86475 83866 95382 247341 225067 14808

90233

NIP1X22 NIP14X24 14777 NIP38X24 14785 NIP12X24 14793 NIP34X24 14801 NIP1X24

198537 14809

NIP34X28 250047 NIP34X30 14802 NIP1X30 NIP34X36 14803 NIP1X36 NIP34X40 250050 NIP1X40 NIP34X42 14804 NIP1X42

14810 14811 250046 14812

NIP14X30 14778 NIP12X30 14794 NIP14X36 14779 NIP12X36 14795

NIP14X48 14781 NIP12X48 14797 NIP34X48 14805 NIP34X54 14806 NIP12X60 14799 NIP34X60 14807

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MFR# SIZE WEBB# MAL18X18X14T 1/8” X 1/8” X 1/4” 12601 MAL14X14X18T 1/4” X 1/4” X 1/8” 12603 MAL38X38X14T 3/8” X 3/8” X 1/4” 12605 MAL38X14X14T 3/8” X 1/4” X 1/4” 12608 MAL12X12X1T 1/2” X 1/2” X 1” 12609 MAL12X12X34T 1/2” X 1/2” X 3/4” 12610 MAL12X12X38T 1/2” X 1/2” X 3/8” 12611 MAL12X38X12T 1/2” X 3/8” X 1/2” 12613 MAL12X38X38T 1/2” X 3/8” X 3/8” 12614 MAL12X14X12T 1/2” X 1/4” X 1/2” 12615 MAL34X12X12T 3/4” X 1/2” X 1/2” 12622 MAL34X12X34T 3/4” X 1/2” X 3/4” 12621 MAL34X14X34T 3/4” X 1/4” X 3/4” 12625 MAL34X34X114T 3/4” X 3/4” X 11/4” 12616 MAL34X34X12T 3/4” X 3/4” X 1/2” 12618 MAL34X34X14T 3/4” X 3/4” X 1/4” 12620 MAL34X34X1T 3/4” X 3/4” X 1” 12617 MAL34X34X38T 3/4” X 3/4” X 3/8” 12619 MAL1X1X12T 1” X 1” X 1/2” 12626 MAL1X1X112T 1” X 1” X 11/2” 12627 MA1X1X114T 1” X 1” X 11/4” 12628 MAL1X1X38T 1” X 1” X 3/8” 12631 MAL1X1X12T 1” X 1” X 1/2” 12632 MAL1X34X1T 1” X 3/4” X 1” 12633 MAL1X34X34T 1” X 3/4” X 3/4” 12634 MAL1X34X12T 1” X 3/4” X 1/2” 12635 MAL1X12X1T 1” X 1/2” X 1” 12636 MAL1X12X34T 1” X 1/2” X 3/4” 12637 MAL1X12X12T 1” X 1/2” X 1/2” 12638 MAL1X14X1T 1” X 1/4” X 1” 12639 MAL114X114X2T 11/4” X 11/4” X 2” 12640 MAL114X114X112T 11/4” X 11/4” X 11/2” 12641 MAL114X114X1T 11/4” X 11/4” X 1” 12642 MAL114X114X34T 11/4” X 11/4” X 3/4” 12643 MAL114X114X12T 11/4” X 11/4” X 1/2” 12644 MAL114X1X112T 11/4” X 1” X 11/2” 12646 MAL114X1X114T 11/4” X 1” X 11/4” 12647 MAL114X1X1T 11/4” X 1” X 1” 12648 MAL114X1X34T 11/4” X 1” X 3/4” 12649 MAL114X1X12T 11/4” X 1” X 1/2” 12650 MAL114X34X114T 11/4” X 3/4” X 11/4” 12651 MAL114X34X1T 11/4” X 3/4” X 1” 12652 MAL114X34X34T 11/4” X 3/4” X 3/4” 12653 MAL114X12X114T 11/4” X 1/2” X 11/4” 12655 MAL114X12X1T 11/4” X 1/2” X 1” 12656 MAL112X112X2T 11/2” X 11/2” X 2” 12661 MAL112X112X114T 11/2” X 11/2” X 11/4” 12662 MAL112X112X1T 11/2” X 11/2” X 1” 12663 MAL112X112X34T 11/2” X 11/2” X 3/4” 12664 MAL112X112X12T 11/2” X 11/2” X 1/2” 12665

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Schedule 40 Nipples (cont.)

Tank Bushings

11/4” — 3”

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NIP3X3 NIP3X312 NIP3X4 NIP3X412 NIP3X5 NIP3X512 NIP3X6 NIP3X612 NIP3X7 NIP3X712 NIP3X8

14265 14266 14267 14268 14269 14270 14271 79300 14272 79301 14273

NIP3X9 NIP3X912 NIP3X10 NIP3X1012 NIP3X11 NIP3X12

14274 86318 14275 86307 14276 14277

NIP3X14

67735

NIP3X16

75575

NIP3X18

67324

NIP3X20

67736

NIP3X22 NIP3X24

67737 67325

NIP3X30 NIP3X36

67326 67327

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mfr# description Double Tapped – Outside Hex 4571 11/2” X 3/8” 4580 2” X 11/4” 4581 2” X 11/2” Double Tapped – Inside Hex 4572 11/2” X 1/2” 4576 2” X 3/8” 4577 2” X 1/2” 4578 2” X 3/4” 4579 2” X 1” 4591 3” X 2” 4602 3” X 11/2” 4603 4” X 2” 4605 4” X 3”

webb# 85408 55855 55856 84430 55851 55852 55853 55854 55858 55859 55860 77848

Nipple Box mfr# 3080 3081 3082 3083 3084 3091

size webb# 1/2” 75250 3/4” 75251 1” 75252 11/4” 75253 11/2” 75254 1/2” & 3/4” 75267

Nipple Packs Close X 6” – 1 Each mfr# 12PAK 34PAK 1PAK 114PAK 112PAK 2PAK

size 1/2” X CLO-6” 3/4” X CLO-6” 6” X CLO-6” 11/4” X CLO-6” 11/2” X CLO-6” 2” X CLO-6”

webb# 79416 79417 79418 79419 79420 79421

Schedules 40 & 80 Black Pipe mfr# Plain End D/P14BPE D/P38BPE D/P12BPE D/P34BPE D/P1BPE D/P114BPE D/P112BPE D/P2BPE D/P212BPE D/P3BPE D/P4BPE

size

webb#

1/4”

179384 79878 45484 45500 45518 45533 45488 45504 45522 45474 45508

3/8” 1/2” 3/4”

1” 11/4” 11/2” 2” 21/2” 3” 4”

Threaded & Capped Ends D/P38BTC 3/8” D/P12BTC 1/2” D/P34BTC 3/4” D/P1BTC 1” D/P114BTC 11/4” D/P112BTC 11/2” D/P2BTC 2” D/P212BTC 21/2” D/P3BTC 3” D/P4BTC 4” Plain End D/P14XHBPE 1/4” D/P12XHBPE 1/2” D/P34XHBPE 3/4” D/P1XHBPE 1” D/P114XHBPE 11/4” D/P112XHBPE 11/2” D/P2XHBPE 2” D/P212XHBPE 21/2” D/P3XHBPE 3” D/P4XHBPE 4”

45473 45490 45507 45524 45477 45493 45511 45527 45480 45514 45475 45525 45478 45494 45512 45528 45482 45498 45516 45486

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LOSE NIP114XCLO 14204 NIP112XCLO 14219 NIP2XCLO 14235 NIP212XCLO 14250 C 1 11/2 NIP114X112 90247 2 NIP114X2 14205 NIP112X2 14220 21/2 NIP114X212 14206 NIP112X212 14221 NIP2X212 14236 3 NIP114X3 14207 NIP112X3 14222 NIP2X3 14237 NIP212X3 14251 31/2 NIP114X312 14208 NIP112X312 14223 NIP2X312 14238 NIP212X312 14252 4 NIP114X4 14209 NIP112X4 14224 NIP2X4 14239 NIP212X4 14253 41/2 NIP114X412 14210 NIP112X412 14225 NIP2X412 14240 NIP212X412 14254 5 NIP114X5 14211 NIP112X5 14226 NIP2X5 14241 NIP212X5 14255 51/2 NIP114X512 14212 NIP112X512 14227 NIP2X512 14242 NIP212X512 14256 6 NIP114X6 14213 NIP112X6 14228 NIP2X6 14243 NIP212X6 14257 61/2 NIP2X612 213045 7 NIP114X7 14214 NIP112X7 14229 NIP2X7 14244 NIP212X7 14258 71/2 NIP112X712 225057 8 NIP114X8 14215 NIP112X8 14230 NIP2X8 14245 NIP212X8 14259 81/2 NIP112X812 225072 9 NIP114X9 14216 NIP112X9 14231 NIP2X9 14246 NIP212X9 14260 91/2 10 NIP114X10 30269 NIP112X10 14232 NIP2X10 14247 NIP212X10 14261 101/2 11 NIP114X11 14217 NIP112X11 14233 NIP2X11 14248 NIP212X11 14262 12 NIP114X12 14218 NIP112X12 14234 NIP2X12 14249 NIP212X12 14263 13 NIP114X13 210739 14 NIP114X14 86474 NIP112X14 79994 NIP212X14 67731 15 NIP114X15 83867 16 NIP112X16 210719 NIP2X16 91158 NIP212X16 67732 17 171/2 18 NIP114X18 14816 NIP112X18 14824 NIP2X18 14832 NIP212X18 67733 19 NIP114X19 190331 20 NIP112X20 190334 NIP212X20 67734 21 NIP112X21 90251 NIP2X21 90307 22 NIP212X22 75574 24 NIP114X24 14817 NIP112X24 14825 NIP2X24 14833 NIP212X24 86476 26 NIP114X26 215917 27 NIP2X27 210730 28 30 NIP114X30 14818 NIP112X30 14826 NIP2X30 14834 NIP212X30 200226 36 NIP114X36 14819 NIP112X36 14827 NIP2X36 14835 40 NIP2X40 210732 42 NIP114X42 14820 NIP112X42 14828 NIP2X42 14836 43 NIP112X43 216472 48 NIP114X48 14821 NIP112X48 14829 NIP2X48 14837 53 54 NIP114X54 14822 NIP112X54 14830 NIP2X54 14838 60 NIP114X60 14823 NIP2X60 14839

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DM384

DM383B

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12 Clamp-On Multimeters

DM383B

DM384

DM5B

The DM383B is a best seller among HVAC and appliance technicians. The new EasyView Display™ makes reading the extra-large 4000count display simple in dark work environment or bright sunlight, plus the range and function indicators provide you with more on-screen information making this a solid value.

The DM384 is full-sized multimeter specifically upgraded to meet the needs of today’s HVAC/R technicians, plant maintenance professionals, and electricians. MIN/MAX capture for unattended monitoring, capacitance for checking run/start capacitors, and frequency for quick verification of generators, inverters, and control circuit operation. The new EasyView Display™ allows for superior viewing in either sunlight or dark work environments.

DM5B offers the functions, ranges and accuracy typically found in full-sized multimeters. The meter, replaceable test leads, and manual are conveniently packaged in a pocket-sized case. Never get caught without a meter again.

Features: • NEW – EasyView Display™. • Measures up to 1000V DC, 750V AC, Amps, Resistance and Continuity. • Diode check function. • 3-3/4 digit, 4000-count display. • MAX capture mode. • Data Hold. • Low battery indication. • On-screen range and function indicators. • Ruggedized to withstand a 10’ drop. • Five year limited warranty.

mfr# Multimeters

description webb#

BPY13 Voltage Detector 1010 Volt Tester 970C E217

Mini Analog

86966

AC Detector

86968

Tester With Probe, 60-500V Low Voltage Tester 5-50V

mfr# DM384 DM383B DM5B

Features: • Auto ranging. • Measures 750 V AC/DC. • Measures AC and DC current to 5 amps. • Test continuity – provides a quick audible tone. • Measures resistance to 30 Megohms. • 3-3/4 digit, 3200 count display with function icons. • Auto power off. • Fuse protected current ranges. • 500 volt input protection on ohm continuity and diode functions. • Low battery indicator. • One year limited warranty.

DL279

DL250

DL49

Features: • 400 Amps AC. • 600 Volts AC and DC. • Resistance to 40 Megaohms. • Continuity. • Capacities to 10,000 microfarads. • Temperature to 750°F (400°C). • .01 µA DC resolution for flame safeguard circuit testing. • Diode check function. • Time-stamped record function. • Autoranging with manual ranging capability. • Data hold. • 13/8” Jaw capacity. • UL and CE listed CAT III. • 3 year limited warranty.

Features: • 400 Amps AC and DC. • 600 Volts AC and DC. • Resistance to 40 kilohms. • Continuity. • Autoranging. • AC Amps peak hold. • Data hold. • 1 mV DC resolution allows use of DMM adapters. • 11/4” Jaw capacity. • UL and CE listed CAT III. • 3 year limited warranty.

Digital Clamp-on Adapters CA383 To enhance your multimeter capacity The CA383 measures AC current only and is compatible with the DM383, DM410, and DM420. • AC Amps 20, 200 or 40, 400 (meter dependent). • Output – Ac Amps, 1mA per 1 A. CA383 mfr# description webb# CA383 Probe Clamp-on AC 189405

Pocket Thermometers 300A

description Webb# Full-Sized Multimeter 152242 Industrial Quality Digital Multimeter 189406 Pocket-Sized Multimeter 242691

These highly functional stick thermometers give you MIN/MAX record capability for unattended monitoring. They have ergonomic 20 degrees tilt heads and pocket-clip stem covers. Features: Accessories: • -58 to 302°F. • Colors: Cherry, Royal Blue, Goldenrod, Smoke, • MIN/MAX record. and Emerald. • Data hold. • Batteries: UEi #AB14. • CE and NSF listed. • Resolution: 0.1 to 199.9°F, 1°F from 200 to 302. • 3 year limited warranty.

86969 86970

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DL49

300A

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mfr# Description DL279 Digital Clamp-on Multimeter DL49 Digital Clamp-on Multimeter AC/DC

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Features: • NEW – EasyView Display™. • 750 Volts AC and 1000 Volts DC. • 10 Amps AC and DC. • .01 µA DC resolution for flame safeguard circuit testing. • Frequency to 40 Megahertz. • Capacitance to 40,000 Microfarad. • Resistance to 40 Megohms. • Analog bar graph. • Continuity. • Diode check function. • MIN/MAX captures and data hold. • CE listed CAT III. • Five year limited warranty.

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Electrical Meters

Infrared Thermometers

Carbon Monoxide Detectors

INF185

INF155

CO71

C091

CO100

Features: • 0 to 788°F (-20 to 420°C). • Laser targeting. • Displays MIN/MAX, differential, average and current temperatures. • Nine measurement memory for all five temperature displays. • Backlight. • Switchable °F or °C readings. • Distance to spot ratio of 8 to 1. • Adjustable emissivity from 0.30 to 1.0. • User programmable Hi/Lo alarms. • Low battery indicator. • 1 year limited warranty.

Features: • 0 to 700°F (-18 to 370°C). • Laser targeting. • 7-second auto hold. • Backlight. • Switchable °F or °C readings. • Built-in carrying strap. • Distance to spot ratio of 8 to 1. • Auto power-off. • Low battery indicator. • 1 year limited warranty.

Features: • Measures CO (in ambient) from 0 to 999 ppm. • Tri-color LED indicates concentrations at 3 levels complying with residential and work place standards. • Auto Zero at turn on. • Backlit display. • MAX continually updates highest CO reading. • Audible Alert triggers above 35 ppm indicating dangerous CO concentration. • 3 year limited warranty.

Features: • 0 to 1999 ppm CO. • Internal pump pulls gas samples quickly and steadily. • Flue probe and flexible hose connect easily and securely. • Switchable backlight • Unique pump standby switch extends battery life and speeds testing. • Thumb wheel for easy zero adjust. • Sensor warranted for 2 years. • 2 year limited warranty.

Features: • 0 to 1999 ppm CO. • ±2 ppm or ±5% of reading accuracy. • Resolution, 1 ppm. • Signal output, 1 mV DC = 1 ppm CO. • Response time 90% of reading in 60 seconds. • Duty Cycle, 2000 hours. • Electrochemical sensor. • Low battery indicator. • 1 year limited warranty.

mfr# INF185 INF155

INF150

description webb# Infrared Laser Thermometer 217983 Infrared Thermometer 241307

CO71 C091

Leak and Pressure Detectors

CD200

CD100A

CD100A

EM150

Features: • 50 ppm min. detection. • Long 18” gooseneck for hard to reach areas. • Visual leak detection by color coded LED’s. • Separate user adaptable alarm for predetermined level detection. • Precision sensor detects even the smallest leaks. • “Tip-light” in sensor cap illuminates the search areas. • Adjustable tick rate to locate leaks quickly and easily. • Fast response time of less than two seconds to 40% LEL. • Headphone jack. • 3 year limited warranty.

Features: • 50 ppm min. detection. • Long 18” gooseneck for hard to reach areas. • “Tip-Light” insensor cap illuminate the search area. • Sensor provides accurate detection. • Audio and visual tic rate, fully adjustable. • Headphone jack. • 1 year limited warranty.

Features: • Measures -20° to 20° water gauge (WG). • 0.05” WG resolution below 10” WG. • Integral protective boot. • Easy to use. • Large LCD display. • Automatic zero with manual reset. • Automatic and manual power-off. • Long battery life. • Includes 18” tubing and fitting. • 1 year limited warranty.

mfr# Description CD200 Gas Leak Detector CD100A Combustible Gas Leak Detector EM150 Electronic Manometer

Webb# 217633 217632 193481

mfr# Description CO71 Carbon Monoxide Detector With Alarm C091 CO Gas Analyzer CO100 Digital Carbon Monoxide Multimeter

Webb# 217940 184340 184346

Accessories CO100

mfr# Description Webb# TA1K Single Input Temperature Adapter 184335

ATT29 K-Type Temperature Probe 184323 ATT36 8” Surface Probe With Handle 221152

ATL55

Multimeter Test Leads

TESTING EQUIPMENT

EM100A

CD200

221047

Electrical Tester MA1 The MA1 is a high sensitivity direct reading AC ammeter. it is designed to simplify the setting of oil and gas heat anticipators. Features: • Ranges: 0-1.2 AC Amps. • Accuracy: ±3% of full scale. • 1 year limited warranty. mfr# MA1

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Electrical Meters

Current Clamp

Analog/Digital Multimeters

801400

179

AC Current clamp with safety shrouded banana plugs for multimeters. Measure ac current from 1A to 400A. Output to meter is 1 mA/A. Frequency response: 48Hz to 1000 Hz. Maximum conductor size: one 30 mm (1.18”) or two each 25 mm (0.98”).

Features: • 6000 count resolution. • 0.09% accuracy. • MIN/MAX average. • True-rms, AC voltage and current.

Model# Description 80I-400 400 amp Current Probe

Webb# 94311

80PK-22 Immersion Probe • Type-K thermocouple for use in liquids and gels. • Measurement range: -196 to 1090°C (-320 to 1994°F). • Accuracy: ±4% (-196 to -110°C), ±4.4°C (-110 to -40°C), ±2.2°C (-40 to 275°C), ±0.75% (275 to -1090°C). Model# Description 80PK22 Immersion Thermocouple Probe

179

Webb# 94313

• Converts a DMM to a thermometer. • For use with type-K thermocouples in low voltage applications. • Measurement range: -50 to 1000°C (probe dependent). • Accuracy: 2.5% ±2°C (-50 to -20°C), 0.5% ±2°C (-20 to 350°C), 1.75& ±2°C (350 to 500°C), 2% ±2°C (500 to -1000°C).

Webb# 94318 94319 166138

335A & 333A • Large, backlit display (on the 335) is easy to see. • Auto shut-off maximizes battery life so the meter works when you need it. • In-rush current function (on the 335) for measuring starting current for motors, lightening, etc. • Small body and jaws fit perfectly in your hand and into tight places. • Improved low current measurements accuracy from new microprocessor technology. • Meter controls are positioned so current measurements can be done with one hand. • Handy display hold keeps measurements on the display.

Webb# 94316

• Type-K thermocouple for fast temperature and superheat measurements of pipe surfaces. • Durable ribbon sensor. • Measurement range: -29 to 149°C (-20 to 300°F) for pipe diameters from 6.4 to 34.9mm (1/2” to13/8”). • Accuracy: 1.9°C over measurement range. Webb# 95549

335

Model# Description 335A 600 amp Clamp Meter 333A 400 amp Clamp Meter

Webb# 94317 94324

TESTING EQUIPMENT

Model# Description 80PK-8 Type K Pipe Clamp

• Sleep mode – 30 minutes. • IEC 61010 rating– CATIII – 1000V. • Battery access door the enables changing batteries without breaking the calibration seal.

Clamp Meters

80PK-8 Pipe Clamp Temperature Probe

80PK-8

Features: • 0.05% + 1 basic DC accuracy. • Backlit display with larger digits. • MIN/MAX Mode. • True-rms. • Peak MIN/MAX – 250 µSec. • Relative mode. • Diode test. Model# Description 179 True-rms Multimeter With Holster 87-5 True-rms Multimeter FLK116 Multimeter Thermometer

87-3

80TK Thermocouple Module

Model# Description 80TK Thermocouple Module

• CAT IV rated, easy access door. • Backlight. • Lifetime warranty.

87-5

Contact Probes

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Test Leads & Probe Sets

Digital Thermometers

TL220 Industrial Lead Set

52 Series II

• One pair each of TL22 silicone test leads, AC 20 heavy duty alligator clips and TP20 sharp industrial test probes. • Category III, 1000V, 10A rating.

The Fluke 52 is the most advanced, yet affordable, handheld thermometer in the industry. The Fluke 52-2 offers high accuracy, high performance and simple operation. Features: • Number of inputs — Dual. • MIN/MAX/AVG recording with • Rugges design with holster. time stamp. • Splash/dust resistant. • Differntial (T1-T2) readout. • Dual display with backlight.

TL75 Hard Point Test Lead Set • One pair (red,black) comfort grip probes with PVC insulated test leads with right angle shrouded banana plugs. • Recommended for general purpose measurements. • Category III, 1000V, 10A rating, UL listed. TL220

mfr# Description TL220 Industrial Test Lead Set TL75 Test Lead Set TL75

Webb# 94330 94331

Fluke 16 Multimeter with Thermometer Three tools in one: Thermometer, flame rod tester with microamp function, and multimeter with capacitance. Includes an 80PK-1 bead probe thermocouple and an 80AK temperature memory. Features: • Accurate temperature measurement from -40 to 750°F (-40 to 400°C). • Capacitance up to 10,000 microfards. • MIN/MAX recording with relative time stamp records the highest and lowest voltage readings during 100-hour period. • High resistance ranges to 40 megohms.

52 Series II

AC70A Alligator Clips • Slide-on alligator clips for test probes with 1.93mm to 2.13mm long tips. • Gold-plated jaws provide 8mm opening. • Catagory III, 600V, 10A rating.

Alligator Clip

Model# Description AC72 Alligator Clip AC76A

Fluke 61 Infrared Thermometer

Webb# 166140 Fluke 16

Electrical Testers Fluke 7 Series The economical Fluke 7 series is ideal for first-level electrical troubleshooting. The compact design and slide switch offer one-handed operation. Features: • 4000 count digital display. • Auto selection simplifies voltage measurements in power environments. • Automatic readings of volts AC (600V). • Automatic readings of volts DC (600V). • 400 Ohm range/continuity beeper. • TL75 test leads included with meter. • High visibility yellow plastic housing make it easy to locate on the job or your toolbox.

Volt Alert

Model# Description 52-2 Thermometer 16 Thermometer, Multimeter 61 Infrared Thermometer

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Fluke 61

VoltAlert™

Amp-Master Thermostat Circuit Meter

VoltAlert™ AC voltage testers from Fluke are easy to use – just touch the tip to a control wire, conductor, or outlet. When it glows red, you know there’s voltage in the line. Electricians, maintenance, service, safety personnel and home owners can quickly test for energized circuits and defective grounds on the factory floor, in the shop, or at home. Model# Description 7-600 Electrical Tester 1AC-A1-11 Voltage Meter Detector

T80W Precisely measures thermostat control circuit current to allow correct setting of the heat anticipator. Avoids repeat service calls to remedy short cycling or override problems. Connects at either the thermostat or relay. Features: • Accurately measures thermostat control circuit draw to correctly adjust heat anticipator setting. • Meter dial matches T87F heat anticipator scale. • “Service Truck Tough” with high impact case.

Webb# 155271 155269

T80W

170

The newest addition to the Fluke family of temperature products is the Fluke 61. This infrared thermometer is the ideal tool for measuring surface temperature of rotating, hard-to-reach, electrically live, or dangerously hot targets. Features: • Bright laser beam provides easy targeting. • Display clearly supplies data at a glance. • Shock-absorbing holster increases ruggedness. • 0.2°C (0.5°F) resolution. • Backlight illuminates the screen in the dark. • Automatic sleep mode after 7 seconds extends battery life.

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Combustion Testing Accessories

PCA 25

Fyrite Pro

Oil Burner Combustion Kit

Fyrite

SECTION

SECTION

12

12

Bacharach

Pump Testers

Smoke Candles

Combustion and Environmental Analyzers

T10W

Generate smoke by chemical reaction. it eliminates costly equipment & time consuming operations by pinpointing leaks. Smoke tests will effectively and inexpensively reveal leaks and other faults in heating and air conditioning duct work, furnaces, tanks, piping, and sewerage/waste collection systems.

mfr# 24-8043

description webb# Combustion Analyzer, PCA 25 155163

24-8205

Fyrite® Pro 125 Tester With Printer

10-5022 T42W 10-5064 11-0071 10-5030 11-0021 10-5060 T50-2W T50-3W 11-7032 T50-4W 13-7019 13-3000 17-7002 17-0026

Oil Burner Combustion, Utility Testing Kit Tempoint Thermometer, 1000°F, (6” Stem) Fire Efficiency Finder Efficiency Fire Finder With Oil Gas Burner Combustion, Utility Testing Kit Fyrite Diaphragm Fluid Oxygen Bottle, 3 Pack PurePro CO2 Tester Repair Kit PurePro CO2 Tester Recharging Kit CO2 Indicator PurePro CO2 Indicator Fluid, 0 - 60% MZF Draft Gauge, Remote, +0.05 to 0 to -025”W Draftrite Pocket Gauge, +0.10 to 0 to -014”W Manometer Manometer Case

Precisely sets pump pressure and checks cut-off with accuracy not possible using non-liquid gauges. Gauge liquid dampens pulsation allowing precise measurement and cutoff test with just the turn of the knob — no disconnecting! “Service Truck Tough” carrying case with complete instructions. • Quick-connect fittings require only finger tightening. • Brass construction with color coded hoses. • Fits popular 3/16” and 1/4” nozzle line fittings. • Stainless steel liquid filled gauge, range 0-300 PSI. • Easy-to-follow instructions – rugged carrying case.

247726 68938 68923 68943 85022 68939 68912 68942 68917 68918 68919 68941 68913 68920 68924 68925

mfr# description webb# T10W Pump Tester Kit 253697

mfr# EM200

description webb# Duel Input Manometer 284231

Smoke Tester — Polycarbonate Barrel

Manometer

Features: • Virtually unbreakable polycarbonate barrel. • Hardware all brass and stainless steel. • Sampling tube hooks into smokepipe. • Fits into Brigon and Bacharach cases. • Lifetime silicone lubrication. mfr# T40W T40-1W

T40W

description webb# Smoke Test Set 68921 Smoke Test Paper 68922

T15W

description webb# Suction Line Analyzer #2 Oil 253698

Pressure & Vacuum Gauges mfr# S100-500 48363 165296 Riello 3001023 7050010

description webb# Sling Psychometer, +25°F + 120°F Mercury Filled 68945

Safety Monitors and Detectors mfr# 19-8004 24-7070

mfr# T15W

Indoor Air Quality mfr# 12-7011

Suction Line Analyzer

description webb# Vacuum Gauge, 1/8 0-30 75587 Pressure Gauge, 0-300psi, 1/8 155222 Vacuum Gauge Liquid Filled 0-30 253503 R35 Vacuum Gauge R35 Pressure Gauge

description webb# Monoxor® II CO Analyzer With Case 68915 Replacement O2 Sensor 68931

90760 90761

mfr# Description 41900 30 Second – 12/pk. 41901 60 Second – 12/pk.

# cu. ft. webb# 4,000 69678 8,000 69679

Hole Plugs Fits hole in flue pipe after sample has been taken. Designed for 5/16” holes that accomodate Lynn Combustion Efficiency Analyzer Probe. mfr# 6010

description webb# 100 per package 213991

Heating System Evaluation Forms A two-part carbon form listing all necessary check-points for a complete evaluation. One part is for company records and one part can be left with the customer. mfr# 6008

description webb# 50 per package 70265

Dial Thermometers mfr# description webb# Threaded Connection 1449 With 1/2” MIP Well 87133 1449C 1/2” Well Only 87135 Sweat Connection 1450 With 3/4” Sweat Well 75534 1450W 3/4” Sweat Well Only 243272

TESTING EQUIPMENT

Sling Psychrometer

Analyze suction line problems (ie. air leaks, restrictions, dirt, etc.) using this clear tubing service tool. Vacuum gauge liquid dampens pulsation allowing precise measurement and protects gauge from hydraulic shock damage. Actually see what’s happening inside that problem suction line! • Thick wall clear tubing withstands vacuum – does not collapse. • Brass construction with stainless steel tubing clamps. • Fits popular 3/8” and 11/2” suction line fittings. • Gauge range 0 – 30” Hg. • Easy-to-follow instructions.

UEI Electronic Manometer

MZF Draft Gauge

Oil Burner Testing

Boiler Pressure Testing Gauge • Plastic face. • Supplied with protective filter washer. • 3/4” FHT brass swivel connection. mfr# description webb# 1423 0-160# psi Water Test Gauge 75294 Adapter for Water Test Gauge 1402 Hose X 1/4” Adapter 91070

Monoxor II

Leak Detection Leakator 10

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12

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Low Voltage Thermostats

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Low Voltage Thermostats Heating and Cooling Thermostats

T87K, T87N — The Round

200 Series

The Round T87K and T87N thermostats provide electronic control of 24Vac heating and cooling systems with the classic twist to set dial. • Mercury Free. • Classic Styling. • Premier White®. • Separate temperature setting and thermometer. • The T87K heat only works with 2 or 3 wire heat only systems. • The Easy-To-See has enlarged scale and raised numbers—plus it clicks at every 2ºF change.

The 200 Series Thermostats are designed and engineered for outstanding performance. 200 Series Thermostats are mercury free and environmentally safe. Their unique hermetically sealed-in-glass switch design requires no leveling and provides optimum protection from contamination. Decorative Wall Plate is included with all models to cover old thermostat mounting marks.

®

®

T87K

Setting Temperature Range: 40ºF to 90ºF. MFR#

Application

200 Series

stages

Comments

includes

T87K1007 Heat only gas or oil systems

1 Heat

T87N1000 Heating and cooling systems

1 Heat/1 Cool

1 Heat/1 Cool

Easy-To-See model with large raised markings and a click at each 2º setpoint change

6 in. (152 mm) cover ring and switch position labels

T87N1026 Heating and cooling systems

webb#

32-623-050

200-402

32-583-050 32-741-850

200-502

32-571-850

316293

Special Energy-Conserving Model

316294

webb# 360312

S483 Used as a freeze warning device. Completes circuit to household lamp on temperature fall, indicating inoperative heating equipment. • Plugs directly into wall outlet. • Lamp plugs into receptacle at bottom of Winter Watchman device. • Not precision calibrated for use as a thermostat. • Useful when house is unoccupied to notify a neighbor of a temperature drop. so heating source fault can be rectified before freeze-up occurs. mfr# MOUNTING sensor element Switching Action Color webb# S483B1002 Vertical Bimetal SPST Beige 35053

200-403

32-623-051

200-503

32-741-851

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2 Wire 24 Volt Heating

.18 to 1.0 AMP

2 Wire Millivolt Heating

None

2 Wire 24 Volt Heating

.18 to 1.0 AMP

186647

2 Wire Millivolt Heating

None

192850

SPST

SPST

webb# 178928 186646 85415 192849

Replacement Subbases

400/405 Series thermostats are mercury free and environmentally safe. Their unique hermetically sealed-in-glass switch design requires no leveling and provides optimum protection from contamination. The basic 400/405 thermostat can be used as a heating only, cooling only, or zone system thermostat, depending upon how the subbase is wired. The 400/405 Series thermostats, when used with the 490/495 Series Universal Switching Subbase, will replace most heating/cooling applications. Decorative Wall Plate is included with all models. It can be used to cover old thermostat mounting marks. mfr#

System switch functions

fan switch functions

application

webb#

400-400

48° F to 86°F

24 Volt Heat/Cool

.18 to 1.0 Amp

188516

mfr#

System switch functions

fan switch functions

application

webb#

490-400

Heat-Off-Cool

Auto-On

Universal

186739

9200 Series The New 9200 Series Low Voltage Thermostats combine the reliable sealed-in-glass mercury switch with the latest design technology contemporary looks in vertical and horizontal models. No subbase is required and they will mount directly to the wall or on a standard junction box. mfr#

DIAL temp range

application

9200H

SPDT

24 Volt Heat/Cool

SPST

2-Wire Millivolt or 24 Volt

9204H

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switch action

400/405 Series

Winter Watchman

174

48°F To 86°F

316292

400/405 Series

S483

factory#

200-501

Accessories MFR# Description 50010944-001 Range Stop T87K, N

mfr# 200-401

dial temp. range

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Line Voltage Thermostats

Line Voltage Thermostats Medium Duty Line Voltage Thermostat

MLV2 Line Voltage Heating Thermostat

T651

Features: • Single or double pole applications. • UL listed. Compatible With: • Baseboard, ceiling cable, or other radiant heat applications. Electrical Ratings: For 120/240V systems up to 22 Amps. Temperature Control Range: 45ºF to 90ºF (7º to 32º). Accuracy + 1ºF over a range of 50ºF to 95ºF. MFR# Description MLV2 Line Voltage T-Stat

Mfr#

Color

T651A2028

Brushed champagne gold and dark pewter faceplate; beige and brown case.

T651A

webb# 320352

Operating Temperature Range

35ºF to 95ºF

Includes

Use With

Webb#

Locking cover screw; thermometer; vertical, horizontal and balnk faceplates; wall plate and adjustable range stops

Q473A, B

30230

13 thermostats

Control Line voltage valves, motors, contactors, electric heat, elements, duct furnaces, and fan coil units in heating/cooling systems. • Automatic cooling and heating anticipation. • Mount on standard vertical or horizontal outlet box.

Heavy Duty Line Voltage Thermostats T6051, T6052 Used to control fan coils, fans, motor starters, valves, contactors, and circular motors in heating and/or cooling systems. • Provide good line voltage comfort control. • Use with Q651A,B subbase for system and fan switching. • Removable setpoint knob locks setpoint and prevents tampering. • With locking cover.

Line Voltage Wall Thermostat (Heating and Cooling) T26 For line voltage control of residential, commercial, or industrial heating or yearround air conditioning. Heat or cold anticipators are not required. The liquid-charged temperature sensing element and highly efficient diaphragm and leverage provides close temperature control. • Attractive beige colored, high-impact plastic enclosure. • Close differential without the need for anticipators. • Bimetal thermometer supplied as standard except where indicated. • Equipped with adjustable dial stops. T26

TYPE OF Selector mfr# Adjustment application Switch T26S-18C Knob SPDT None

T6051

webb# 103864

Mfr#

Application

Operating Temperature Range

Switching Action

T6051A1016

Heating and cooling

50ºF to 80ºF

SPDT

T6052A1015

Two stage heating or two stage cooling

46ºF to 84ºF

2 SPDT switches

Includes

Use With

Locking cover Q651A, B subbases Horizontal for system mounting and fan adapter switching

Webb# 85849 106257

Electric Heat Thermostats T498 Provide line voltage control of electric heating systems. • Easy to install; color-coded leads. • Include thermometer. • Include long-lasting Micro Switch™ mechanism; makes on temperature fall. • Rugged, plastic mounting base. • Mount on standard 2” X 4” outlet box or 4” X 4” junction box.

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DPST

Includes

Webb#

Range stops, locking cover and extra knob decal for recalibration

99655

99991

Thermometer, range stops, locking cover and extra knob for recalibration, Positive OFF

97766

Positive OFF, makes double line break with setting dial in OFF position

98242

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Digital Thermostats

SECTION

SECTION

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13

Digital Thermostats

Digital Non-Programmable Thermostats

Non-Programmable Thermostats

SWITCH POSITION

Compatible With: • Most 24V gas, oil, and electric heating systems. • 2 wire hydronic systems. • Millivolt systems. • Hydronic air handlers. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF (70º to 32º)

T8400

MFR# Description D110 Heating Only

webb# 314729

color

System

FAN

Webb#

Premiere White

HEAT-OFF

NONE

246656

T8400C1008

Heating & cooling systems

Taupe

OFF-HT-COOL

AUTO-ON

251834

T8400C1099

Heating & cooling systems

Premiere White

OFF-HT-COOL

AUTO-ON

253428

T8775A, T8775C

Features: • Electronic accuracy. • Can be mounted horizontally or vertically. • Large, easy-to-read digital display. • EL (electro luminescent) backlight. • System or battery powered, 2 “AA” batteries included. • Low battery indicator. • Decorative wall plate is available. Compatible With: • Most 24V gas, oil, and electric heating and cooling systems. • 2 wire hydronic systems. • Millivolt systems. • Hydronic air handlers.

Application Heat only systems

The Digital Round™ Non-Programmable Thermostats

D210 Heating Thermostat

D210

Mfr# T8400B1018

thermostats

Electronic Thermostat provide temperature control for 24V heating/cooling systems. • Large display for quick easy readability. • Manual changeover from heat to cool eliminates unexpected system operation. • Selectable heating cycle rate for a variety of applications. • Setpoints are permanently held in memory (no batteries used) and retained during power outages.

Features: • Electronic accuracy. • Universal decorative wall plate is available. • Vertical style. • Large, easy-to-read display. • Universal replacement. • Low battery indicator.

D110

13

T8400 Electronic Thermostat

D110 Heating Thermostat

The T8775A Thermostat provides 24V control of heating only systems. The T8775C Thermostat provides single-stage temperature control for 24V heating-cooling systems with manual changeover from heat to cool. • Attractive styling complements any decor. • Large easy-to-read display. • The temperature reading is easily seen from a distance. • Backlit display. • No batteries required. • Powered through heating-cooling system controls.

T8775A

MFR# Description webb# D210 Heating Only 364078 Vertical/Horizontal Mounting

MFR#

Application

stages

setting temperature range (F)

WEBB#

T8775A1009 24 Vac gas or oil heat only systems

1 Heat

Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF

264102

T8775C1005 24 Vac gas, oil and electric heating with cooling, including 1 heat/1 cool heat pumps

1 Heat/ 1 Cool

Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF; Cool: 45ºF to 99ºF

264103

D111 Heating & Cooling Thermostat

D111

Features: • Electronic accuracy. • Can be mounted horizontally or vertically. • Large, easy-to-read digital display. • EL (electro luminescent) backlight. • System or battery powered, 2 “AA” batteries included. • Low battery indicator. • 5 or 2 minute compressor delay. • Decorative wall plate is available.

PRO 3000 Basic Non-Programmable Thermostats

Compatible With: • Most 24V gas, oil, and electric heating and cooling systems. • 2 wire hydronic systems. MFR# Description webb# • Millivolt systems. D111 Heating/Cooling 241267 • Hydronic air handlers. Vertical/Horizontal Mounting • Single stage heat pumps.

The PRO series provides non-programmable thermostats for 24 Vac conventional and heat pump systems or 750 mV heating systems. • Non-programmable digital thermostat. • Backlit digital display – both current and set temperatures are easy to read in various lighting conditions. • Basic operation – easy-to-use slide switches allow you to select the heat or cool mode, and operate the fan. Setting Temperature Range: Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF; Cool: 50ºF to 99ºF Mounting: Horizontal Switching Positions MFR#

Application

Color SYSTEM

TH3110D1008 1 Heat/1 Cool Conventional Premier and Heat Pump White®

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SECTION

13

13

Digital Thermostats

FocusPRO™ 5000 Digital Non-Programmable Thermostats

Deluxe Digital Non-Programmable Models

The FocusPRO™ non-programmable digital thermostat provides electronic control of 24 Vac conventional and heat pump systems or 750mV heating systems. • Non-programmable digital thermostat • Large, clear backlit display – easy to read in various lighting conditions • Display size options – available in large screen or standard • Easy change battery door – flip out door allows for easy battery replacement without removing or disassembling the thermostat Setting Temperature Range: Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF; Cool: 50ºF to 99ºF Mounting: Horizontal 300-204

Switching Positions MFR#

Application SYSTEM

Fan

WEBB#

mfr# 300-201 300-203 300-204 300-206

APPLICATION 1 Heat / 1 Cool 2 Heat / 2 Cool Gas Electric Heat Only 1 Heat / 1 Cool

webb# 167348 107584 167346 96833

Stages

Comments

TH5220D1003 Heating and cooling systems

HEAT-OFF-COOL- AUTO-ON AUTO-EM, HEAT

Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool

Standard Display

367581

TH5220D1029 Heating and cooling systems

HEAT-OFF-COOL- AUTO-ON AUTO-EM, HEAT

Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool

Large Display

367580

TH5320U1001 Heating and cooling systems

HEAT-OFF-COOL- AUTO-ON AUTO-EM, HEAT

Up to 3 Heat/2 Cool

Large Display

367992

9500

TH5110D1006 Heating and cooling systems

HEAT-OFF-COOL- AUTO-ON AUTO

Up to 1 Heat/1 Cool

Standard Display

306203

TH5110D1022 Heating and cooling systems

HEAT-OFF-COOL- AUTO-ON AUTO

Up to 1 Heat/1 Cool

The 9500 Series are the clear alternative to traditional mechanical thermostats. The modern design allows attractive and consistent temperature control.

Large Display

283539

Economy Thermostat

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The line of Deluxe Digital Thermostats offers state-of-the-art control in a stylish, slimline package with an easy-to-read LCD display. Designed for residential or commercial needs, these new models will handle single stage, multistage or heat pump applications. All models provide automatic changeover, a day/night button for an alternate temperature setting and remote sensing capability. They also provide short cycle protection during normal operation, a keypad lock and a cover lock.

Accessories mfr# description 10-528 Indoor Sensor 10-529 Remote Outdoor Sensor

9500

mfr# 9500 9505 9520

webb# 106402 167354

description/Applications Digital, 24V, 1 Heat / 1 Cool Gas / Electric Systems Millivolt Compatible, 1 Heat / 1 Cool Gas / Electric Systems, Single Stage Heat Pumps Digital Heat Pump, 2 Heat / 2 Cool, Heat Pump Systems

webb# 112206 222415 222415

Accessories mfr# description 10-528 Indoor Sensor 10-529 Remote Outdoor Sensor

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Programmable Thermostats

SECTION

13

13

Programmable Thermostats

Programmable Thermostats

Programmable Thermostats

DP511 Digital Programmable 5-2 Heating & Cooling Thermostat

DP711TS Digital Programmable 7 Day Touch Screen Heating & Cooling Thermostat

Features: • Energy Star certified. • Separate programs for weekdays and weekends. • Preprogrammed – up to 4 programs per day. • Separate programs for heating and cooling. • Either system powered with battery backup or battery powered, (2) “AA” batteries included. • Large lighted liquid crystal display. • 5 minute air conditioning compressor. • Temporary and constant temperature override. • Total isolation between system power and thermostat. • Keyboard lockout. Compatible With: • Most single stage 24V gas, oil, electric heating and air conditioning systems, including single stage heat pumps. • 2 wire hydronic systems. • Hydronic air handler systems. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF Program Settings: • 4 preset programs per day heating and cooling. All may be easily reprogrammed in 1º and 15 minute increments with programming dial. Circuit Protection: • Circuit protection is built-in, no isolation relays required.

Features: • 7 Day Programming – 4 Periods Per Day. • Smart Recovery. • Default ENERGY STAR® Approved Program. • Lighted Display. • Hold Button. • Touch Screen Lockout Code. • 2 or 5 Minute Delay. • Temporary Temperature Override. • Filter Monitor. Compatible With: • Low Voltage (24 Volt) Systems. • Single Stage Heat Pumps. • High Efficiency Systems. • Millivolt Systems (Wall Furnace). • Single Stage Heating and Cooling Systems. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF

DP711TS

DP722 Digital Programmable 7 Day Heating & Cooling Thermostat With Universal Compatibility

DP711 Digital Programmable 7 Day Heating & Cooling Thermostat

DP711

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Features: • Energy Star certified. • Preprogrammed – up to 4 programs per day. • Separate programs for heating and cooling. • Battery powered, (2) “AA” batteries included. • 5 minute air conditioning compressor delay. • Temporary and constant temperature override. • Display illuminates at the touch of light button. • Program lock feature. Compatible With: • Most 24V gas, oil, electric heating and air conditioning systems. • 2 wire hydronic systems. • Millivolt systems. • Single stage heat pumps. • Hydronic air handler systems. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF

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Features: • Controls up to 2 Stages of heating and cooling plus auxiliary and emergency heat. • ENERGY STAR Compliant, Default ENERGY STAR approved program. • Auxiliary and emergency heat indicators. • IAQ independently programmable fan. • 4 periods per day. • Decorative wall plate is available for thermostat. • Optional smart recovery. • Multimode keyboard lockout with user programmable 3 digit code. • Programmable high and low setting limits. • Dual power capable (system/battery). • Programmable fan delays for heat, cool, in both on and off. Compatible With: • Most 24V Gas, Oil, Electric Heating and Air Conditioning Systems. • Multi-stage Heat Pumps. • 2 Wire Hydronic Systems. • Hydronic Air Handlers. • Millivolt Systems. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF

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SECTION

SECTION

13

13

DPH521 Programmable 5-2 Heat Pump Thermostat

Pro 4000 5-2 Programmable Thermostat The PRO series provides programmable thermostats for 24 Vac conventional and heat pump systems or 750 mV heating systems. • Weekday/Weekend programming – 5-2 (Weekdays, Weekends) programming to fit your lifestyle. • Backlit digital display – both current and set temperatures are easy to read in various lighting conditions. Setting Temperature Range: • Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF

FocusPro™ 6000 5-1-1 Day Programmable Thermostat The FocusPRO™ programmable thermostat provides electronic conrol of 24 Vac conventional and heat pump systems or 750 mV heating systems. • Weekday/Weekend programming – use as 5-1-1 (Weekdays, Saturday, Sunday) or 5-2 (Weekdays, Weekend) programmable thermostat, whichever best fits your lifestyle. • Large, clear, backlit display – easy to read in various lighting conditions. • Display size options – available in large screen or standards. • Adaptive Intelligen Recovery™ – ensures programmed temperature is reached by programmed time. • Temperature range stops – prevents user from setting the temperature too high or too low. Setting Temperature Range: • Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF; Cool: 50ºF to 99ºF Switching Positions MFR#

Stages

COMMENTS

WEBB#

TH6110D1005 HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO AUTO-ON

Up to 1 Heat/1 Cool

Standard Display

362718

TH6110D1021 HEAT-OFF-COOL-AUTO AUTO-ON

Up to 1 Heat/1 Cool

Large Display

308152

TH6220D1002 HEAT-OFF-COOLAUTO-EM. HEAT

AUTO-ON

Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool

Large Display

36784

TH6220D1028 HEAT-OFF-COOLAUTO-EM. HEAT

AUTO-ON

Up to 2 Heat/2 Cool

Large Display

367583

Application

SYSTEM

Fan

Setting Temperature Range: • Heat: 40ºF to 90ºF; Cool: 50ºF to 99ºF Switching Positions

Stages

WEBB#

MFR#

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SYSTEM

TH4110D1007 1 Heat / 1 Cool Conventional and Heat Pump

COOL-OFF-HEAT

AUTO-ON

1 Heat/1 Cool

245718

TH8110U1003 HEAT-OFFCOOL-AUTO

TH4210D1005 2 Heat / 1 Cool Heat Pump

COOL-OFF-HEAT- AUTO-ON EM. HEAT

2 Heat/1 Cool

367579

TH8320U1008 HEAT-OFFCOOL-AUTO

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Features: • Menu Driven Programming Guides you through the scheduling process, showing only necessary information and choices on each screen. • Ability to Select Multiple Days allows you to easily customize the thermostat for you unique schedule. • Multiple HOLD options allows you to service or replace the air filter, humidifier pad, ultraviolet lamp or thermostat batteries.

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SYSTEM

VisionPro® 8000 Touchscreen 7-Day Programmable Thermostat

Switching Positions MFR#

13 thermostats

Features: • Energy Star certified. • Separate programs for weekdays and weekends. • Preprogrammed – up to 4 programs per day. • Separate programs for heating and cooling. • Either system powered with battery backup or battery powered, (2) “AA” batteries included. • Lighted display with large liquid crystal display. • 5 minute air conditioning compressor delay. • Temporary and constant temperature override. • Total isolation between system power and thermostat. • For 2 stage heat pump applications. • Includes second stage and emergency heat indicator. Compatible With: • Most single stage 24V gas, oil, electric heating and air conditioning systems, including single stage heat pumps. • 2 wire hydronic systems. • Millivolt systems. • Hydronic air handler systems. Temperature Control Range: • 45ºF to 90ºF Program Settings: • 4 preset programs per day heating and cooling. All may be easily reprogrammed in 1º and 15 minute increments with programming dial. Circuit Protection: • Circuit protection is built-in, no isolation relays required.

Programmable Thermostats

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HEAT-OFFCOOL-AUTO

Fan

Stages

COMMENTS

AUTO-ON

Up to 1 Heat/ 1 Cool

Selectable to Heat Only or Cool Only

268716

AUTO-ON

Up to 3 Heat/ 2 Cool

Conventional and heat pump systems. The L terminal is an input or output.

283540

AUTO-ON

Up to 3 Heat/ 2 Cool

Includes Dehumidfication Control. Conventional and heat pump systems. The L terminal is an input or output.

283039

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Programmable Thermostats

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13

Programmable Thermostats Robertshaw

9700i Deluxe Programmable Thermostat

Deluxe Programmable Models

1 Heat / 1 Cool The 9700i is compatible with all standard 24 Volt AC heating/cooling systems, and requires only four wires for standard installation. • Menu Driven (Ease of Programming). • 5/2 Day Programming. • 7 Day Programming. • Large Display.

The line of Deluxe Programmable Thermostats offer state-of-the-art control for residential and commercial applications. Designed for new construction or replacement applications, these models feature 7 day programming with the choice of 2 or 4 program periods per day, a key-pad lock, a cover lock, and optional remote indoor and outdoor temperature sensors. They also include as standard features automatic changeover, permanent program memory retention during any type of power outage, and a smart fan option that can run the fan continually during occupied periods, which is a requirement in many commercial applications.

mfr# STAGING / Application 9700i 1 Heat / 1 Cool / Gas, Electric Systems, Heat Pump

webb# 260855

9701i Deluxe Programmable Thermostat

300

1 Heat / 1 Cool The 970i is compatible with all standard 24 Volt AC heating and cooling systems. • Menu Driven (Ease of Programming). • 5/2 Day Programming. • 24 Hr. Programming. • 7 Day Programming. • Large Display. • Back Lighting. mfr# STAGING / Application 9701i 1 Heat / 1 Cool / Gas, Electric Systems, Oil, Heat Pump

mfr# 10-528 10-529

webb# 250685

1 Heat / 1 Cool The 9801i series thermostats contain all the features and benefits of the award-winning 9700i series, including our simple, menu-driven programming that’s similar to a cell phone. Humidity and temperature control in one easy-to-install, easy-to-program package. The 9801i is compatible with all standard 24 Volt AC heat pump system, up to two stage heat and two stage cool. • 5/2 Day Programming. • 7 Day Programming. • Manual Humidity Control. • Automatic Humidity Control based on Outdoor Temperature. • Remote Indoor Sensor. • Large Display. • Back Lighting.

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description Indoor Sensor Remote Outdoor Sensor

webb# 106402 167354

The 9600 Series are the perfect thermostats for affordable temperature control. This series was engineered to meet the most demanding heating and cooling needs.

9600

mfr# 9600 9610 9615 9620

Application ProgrammING 1 Heat / 1 Cool, Gas / Electric Systems 5-2 Day 3 Heat / 2 Cool, Gas / Electric Systems, Single Stage Heat Pumps 7-Day With Quickset 2 Heat / 2 Cool HTG Cool 7 Day 2 Heat / 2 Cool, Heat Pump Systems 7-Day With Quickset

webb# 92938 163776 318906 206850

Programmable Thermostats

webb# 308532

Universal Staging up to 3 Heat / 2 Cool The new 9725i2 makes installation even easier with our new Setup Wizard. The Setup Wizard allows you to spend 50% less time setting up the thermostat over competitive models. • Installation Wizard. • Adjustable Backlighting. • Cooling System Monitor. • Heating System Monitor. • Multi-language. • 5/2 Program. • 7 Day Programming. • Large Display.

186

webb# 112483 102665 112484 96971

9600

T8000 Provides 24 Vac control of heating and cooling systems with manual changeover from heat to cool. • Preprogrammed for your convenience. • Program up to four time periods and temperature setpoints. • Programs and setpoints are permanently held in memory in the event of power failure. • Large temperature display for quick easy readability.

9725i2 Deluxe Universal Programmable Thermostat

mfr# STAGING / Application 9725i2 1 Heat / 1 Cool / Gas, Electric Systems, Oil, Heat Pump

Application ProgrammING 1 Heat / 1 Cool 5-2 Day 1 Heat / 1 Cool 7 Day 3 Heat / 2 Cool or 2 Heat / 1 Cool Heat Pumps 7-Day 2 Heat / 2 Cool or 2 Heat / 1 Cool 7-Day

Accessories

9801i Deluxe Programmable Thermostat

mfr# STAGING / Application 9801i 1 Heat / 1 Cool / Gas, Electric Systems, Oil, Heat Pump

mfr# 300-224 300-225 300-227 300-229

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Robertshaw

T8000 Mfr# T8000C1010

Application Gas, Oil, Electric Heat-Cool

color Taupe

Power Method PowerStealing

SWITCH POSITION System

FAN

COOL-OFF-HEAT

AUTO ON

Webb# 91332

webb# 250686

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SECTION

13

13

Thermostat Guards

Programmable Thermostats

Versaguard Universal Thermostat Guards

T8112C Electronic Programmable Thermostat

TG510

Thermostat provides electronic programmable control for 24 Vac heating and cooling systems. • Separate schedules for weekdays and weekends (5-2 Programming). • Program up to four time and temperature settings per weekday schedule. • LCD continuously displays time and day, current program period and room temperature. • Temporarily override the current program with Warmer/Cooler keys. • Battery powered for increased compatibility. • Two AA alkaline batteries included. • Bat Lo is displayed when battery power is low.

Enclose and protect wall thermostats against tampering, damage and unauthorized adjustment of thermostat settings. • Unique double-wall construction provides extra measure of tamper-resistance. • Used in both new and existing applications. • Constructed of opaque polystyrene, clear acrylic, or beige painted steel. • Include opaque polystyrene wallplate, ring base, guard cover, tumbler lock, two keys and optional Honeywell logo insert. • Tamper-resistant lock; key cannot be removed without being in locked position. • All models mount vertically or horizontally on wall or exposed junction box. • Vents in guard base allow airflow for optimum thermostat performance.

TG510

SWITCH POSITION Mfr#

Application

color

System

FAN

T8112C1007

Gas, Oil, or Electric Heat Systems

Taupe

HEAT-OFF-COOL

ON-AUTO

Mfr#

Color

Ring Base Color

TG510A1001

Clear Acrylic

Clear Acrylic

Painted Metal

Opaque Ploystyrene

Webb# 153720

TG510D1005

Outside Depth

Height

Width

21/2”

77/8”

57/8”

27/17”

Outside

511/16”

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T8112C

SECTION

Inside Height

Width

47/16”

47/16”

Webb# 111382

511/16”

97186

TG511 Enclose and protect wall thermostats against tampering, damage and unauthorized adjustment of thermostat settings. • Unique double-wall construction provides extra measure of tamper-resistance. • Used in both new and existing applications. • Constructed of opaque polystyrene, clear acrylic, or beige painted steel. • Include opaque polystyrene wallplate, ring base, guard cover, tumbler lock, two keys and optional Honeywell logo insert. • Tamper-resistant lock; key cannot be removed without being in locked position. • All models mount vertically or horizontally on wall or exposed junction box. • Vents in guard base allow airflow for optimum thermostat performance.

Subbases Switching Subbase Q651 Provide manual system switching for T6051 and T6052 Thermostats. • Provide positive OFF switching of the system. mfr# Q651A1009

APPLication Switch labels Subbase for T6051A HEAT-OFF-COOL, HEAT-OFF-FAN, AUTO-OFF-FAN

webb# 104424

TG511 Mfr#

Color

Ring Base Color

TG511A1000

Clear Acrylic

Clear Acrylic

TG511B1008

Opaque Ploystyrene

TG511D1004 Painted Metal

Opaque Ploystyrene

Outside Depth

Outside Height Width

Inside Height

Width

Webb# 111384

215/16”

61/2”

71/2”

27/8”

63/8”

73/8”

51/16”

61/16”

95871 98142

Q651

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Thermostat Guards

Versaguard Universal Thermostat Guards TG512 Enclose and protect wall thermostats against tampering, damage and unauthorized adjustment of thermostat settings. • Unique double-wall construction provides extra measure of tamper-resistance. • Used in both new and existing applications. • Constructed of opaque polystyrene, clear acrylic, or beige painted steel. • Include opaque polystyrene wallplate, ring base, guard cover, tumbler lock, two keys and optional Honeywell logo insert. • Tamper-resistant lock; key cannot be removed without being in locked position. • All models mount vertically or horizontally on wall or exposed junction box. • Vents in guard base allow airflow for optimum thermostat performance. • TG512A1058 Cover has a hole for access to up, down buttons on thermostat.

TG512

Ring Base Color

Mfr#

Color

TG512A1009

Clear Acrylic

Clear Acrylic

TG512B1007

Opaque

Opaque

TG512D1003

Painted

Opaque

Outside Depth

Outside Height

Width

Inside Height

Width

Webb#

111383 33/8”

71/4”

93/4”

57/8”

83/8”

69629 99107

Plastic Thermostat Guard WTG-EK mfr# description WTG-EK 37/8” X 31/2” X 21/2”

webb# 55791

WTG-EKTG587F1008

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14 mfr# X3B X4B X5B X6MC

Soldering Kits description webb# Air/Acetylene, Medium Duty 24699 Air/Acetylene, Heavy Duty 24700 Air/Acetylene, Lighter Duty 24701 Air/Acetylene, All Purpose 24702

Hoses AH12 12”, Acetylene H12 12”, LP Snappy Adapter SA To Quick Disconnect Tips Handle G4 For Acetylene H4 For LP “Total LP” Kit LP2 Medium/Heavy Duty LP3 Light/Medium Duty

LP Tips T2 5/16” T3 7/16” T4 1/2” T5 3/4” LP Regulator RLP For LP

24703 24704 24705 24706 24707 24708 24709 24710 24711 24712 24727 24715 24714 24726 24717 24718

24719 24720 24721 24722

24738

ST1

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mfr# description webb# Heat Shields HS5 For A-5, T-2, ST-1, ST-5 24730 Replacement Tank & Tank Accessories MT1 Mapp 16 oz. 24759 TK Tank Keys, B & MC Tanks 24768 MCT Tank Adapter 24784 TT150 B Tank Tote 57824 Brazing Rods BF1 Bronzeflow 24760 SF1 Copper/Phosphorus 24761 SS15 15% Silver, 5% Phosphorus 88326 Flint Striker L1 Flint Striker 24766 F1 Replacement Flints 24767 Regulators AG1 Acetylene Fuel Gauge 24786 ROF-LP LP Outlet Fitting 24797 245-03P Nitro Purge Regulator 192708

14

TL44 PL4T

PL8A

MT1

245-03P

24725

Hand Torch Kit STK9 Mapp & Propane Gas

Hand Torch Tip

Accessories

13

TOOLS

Acetylene Tips A2 3/16” A3 1/4” A5 5/16” A8 3/8” A11 7/16” A14 1/2” A32 3/4” Acetylene Regulators ARB Fits “B” Tank ARMC Fits “MC” Tank

mfr# description webb# Self Lighting Torch TX500 TurboLite® Mapp® & Propane 68105 Pro-Line™ Tip Complete PL3T 3/8” Mapp® & Propane 92006 ® PL4T 7/16” Mapp & Propane 92007 PL8A 5/16” Acetylene 92008 PL5A 3/16” Acetylene 92009 PL3A 1/4” Acetylene 201888

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Solder & Paste

SECTION

SECTION

14

14

Brushes

Soldering Paste

Flame Stop

Brushes

Nokorode Regular Paste Flux

Flare shield for soldering/brazing

Boiler Brushes

Will not freeze or decompose. No odor. Lead free. Recommended for use on all solder alloys including 95/5 and all lead free solders.

Protects wood, painted or metal surfaces from the heat and flame of a torch. Made from 2300°F material with a heavy flexible foil attached. It can be reused over and over again.

®

Nokorode® 95/5 Pre-Tinning Paste Flux Contains 95/5 solder. Great for large diameter fittings or faster soldering of small diameter fittings because it automatically tins before a high temperature is reached. Cuts waste. mfr# description webb# 14115 8 oz. Pre-Tinning 15084

Nokorode Cold Weather Paste Flux ®

Stays soft and sticky in cold weather. Recommended for use on all solder alloys including 95/5 and all lead free solders. mfr# description webb# 14730 1 lb. Cold Weather 73344

mfr# description webb# H2O Flux 10-303 4 oz. Water Soluable 118906 Solder paste w/Brush 10-608 2 oz. 78789 Meshcloth 45-013 11/2” X 10 yd. 56901 Sandcloth 45-030 11/2” X 25 yd. 30308

mfr# model # 9351 Model 1

84027 Weil-McLain Columbia Slant Fin

description Consists of (1) piece of 10” X 12”

webb# 71969

J. W. Harris mfr# 40021 40020 97030 40027 40002 40003 41035 40006 10009 10001 51035 75315 76310 75310 21035 66000 61035 60135 45535 10022

description Stay-Silver Brazing Flux, White, 8 oz. Stay-Silver Brazing Flux, White, 4 oz. Stay-Clean Silver Flux, 7 oz. Stay-Clean Flux, 4 oz. Stay-Clean Flux, 4 oz. Liquid Stay-Clean Flux, 16 oz. Stay-Clean Brazing Rod, 5% Stay-Clean Aluminum Flux, 4 oz., Brush Cap Stay-Brite 8, 1 lb. Stay-Brite 8, 1 lb. Stay-Silver 6, 1/8” x 20” Silver Solder, 5 oz. Roll Silver Solder, 45% 1 Troy oz. Silver Solder, 10 oz. Roll Harris O Brazing Rod Brazing Rod, Dynaflow Brazing Rod, 15% Stay Clean Brazing Rod, 15%, 1/8” Square Brazing Rod Aluminum Solder Kit

webb# 152425 152424 97249 97317 97008 97019 97303 112498 100243 100141 205275 225227 96810 225226 99480 106647 107676 252234 255098 100435

mfr# 84006 84200 84201 84027 84009

description 1/2” X 1” X 27”, Columbia, Flat 11/2” X 11/2” X 30”, Weil-McLain 11/2” X 17/8”, Weil-McLain Horsehair 17/8” X 11/8”, 42” Horsehair 21/8”, 20” Tapered Slant Fin

Silverbrite Solder mfr# 100 30060 57307 75014

mfr# 5050 955 5050BAR

Radiator Brushes mfr# description Copper Fitting Brush w/ Handle 01405 21/2” X 42”, Carbon Steel, 4” Loop 39961 2” X 27”, Horsehair Tube Brush 39962 3” X 27”, Fiber/Horsehair Tube Brush 04964 1/2” X 12” Horsehair Tube Brush 01490 3” X 42”, Tampico Tube Brush 01270 1” X 36” Stainless Steel

mfr# 96010 96020 96031 96051 96071 96100

69592 69593 69594 69606 69595 69596

webb# 68271 255625

Soot Shovel mfr# Desc. S412 Soot Shovel

webb# 253350

description webb# 34409 3/8” X 1/2” 15086 1/2” X 5/8” 15087 3/4” X 7/8” 15088 1” X 11/8” 15089 2” X 21/8” 68640 1/8” X 1/4”

mfr# 61212 61332 61453 61502 61562 61622

description webb# Lead Free Solder 44041 Silvaloy 6 191058 Silvaloy A-56T 191059 Ultra Flux II, 7 oz. 191060

description webb# 15090 3/4” 15091 1” 45093 11/4” 45094 11/2” 45095 2” 68638 1/2”

#6700 Heavy-Duty Copper Fitting Brush

description webb# 1 lb., 50/50 40085 1 lb., 95/5 13375 1 lb., 50/50 Stick 13377

mfr# description webb# 67045 11/4” X 13/8” 244151

mfr# description webb# 70606 14” X 1” 69597 70650 10” Duster 69598

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webb#

mfr# Desc. S405W Soot Saw S402W Heavy Duty

14

#9600 Standard Copper Fitting Brush

Scratch Brushes

F.W. WEBB COMPANY

webb# 58353 68144 68145 68146 81480

13

#6100 Hard-Head Copper Fitting Brush

Solder Spool

192

Specially designed for easier clearing of soot build-up in most narrow passage boilers. Flexible design, effectively breaks up hardened carbon deposits in between sectional studs in narrow passage boilers. Made of tempered steel.

TOOLS

mfr# description webb# 14000 1.7 oz. Solder Paste 15082 14030 1 lb. Solder Paste 15083

Soot Saw

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Vacuum Cleaners

SECTION

SECTION

14

14

Mastercraft

Gloves

Sootmaster

Mfr# size Leather Gloves 238L LG Suede 268L LG Thermal Lined

mfr# 641M 652M

capacity Style includes shipping wGt .50 bushel/17.62 liters Steel, 3 Caster Canvas Hose w/Swivel 35 lbs./15.9 kilos .75 bushel/26.43 liters Steel, 4 Caster 27” Crevice Tool 38 lbs./17.2 kilos

webb# 13113 13114

Accessories & Replacement Parts webb# 13111 13112

Swivel Hose Connector 1455R For 11/2” ID Vacuum Crevice Tool 103-2 27” metal Dacron Filter Bag — Prevents particles from clogging filter assembly CV46A Use with 14” dia. filters

69618

69619 79064

Cloth Filter 1126 14” filter gasket

69617

Filter Frame 1017 14”

249188

Motor Replacement 5041R

250495

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LG Unlined, Elastic Back

45373

7015

LG Welders (Red)

45381

4104

LG Imported Leather Palm

45376

6563L

LG Leather Palm w/Cuff

45377

3927L

Leather Palm w/Thinsulate

152951

Cotton Gloves 908 8 oz. Flannel Knit

42362

808

8 oz. Brown Jersey

45384

C110

Sring Knit

45389

322L

• Proprietary motor and patented blower wheel design maximize performance. • Pleated paper filter has more surface area for greater efficiency with longer intervals between changes. • Automatic suction shutoff senses and prevents liquid overflow; integral drain plug makes draining the vacuum easy. • All units convert to a powerful blower with at least 150 mph blowing capacity. • Rugged polypropylene drum is impact and corrosion resistant. • Smooth drum interior for easy emptying of debris. • Power profile for less risk of tip over. • Lower drainage spout, designed to empty all liquid content easily. • Reduced dB level resulting in quieter operation. webb# 252706 202765

Blue, MyGuard Nitrile Gloves provides protection against oils and greases with its petro chemical resistant coating. • Lightly powdered for ease of use. • Puncture resistant, cost effective, disposable. • Textured fingertips for greater grip control. • 5 mils thick in fingers, 4 mils in palm and cuff.

168L

Latex Gloves 3642XL XL Flock Lined

Ridgid Wet/Dry Vac

description 6 Gallon 14 Gallon

MyGuard Nitrile Gloves Petro-Chemical Resistant Nitrile Gloves

69615

Hose Cage 1700 For 14” dia. canisters

mfr# 96877 18718

45362 45368

69614

Flexible Metal Hoses 103-7 11/2” X 6’, Heat resistant packing 118663 103-10 1” X 6’, Heat resistant packing 69616 S410W Soot Snake 7/8” X 48” Fits std 11/2” Vac Hose 71823

mfr# description 72947 VF4000 Replacement Filter 72952 VF5000 Hi Efficiency Replacement Filter

LG Disposable Exam. Latex

Rubber Gloves PVCRUBBER Disposable Rubber Disposible Vinyl Gloves 432M MED Vinyl (100 Pack) 432L LG Vinyl (100 Pack) PVC Gloves 7305 LG Orange PVC Oil Drivers 937M 938L 937XL 3-173 3-193

MED Green 6.5 Mil. LG Green 6.5 Mil. XL Green 6.5 Mil. Monkey Grip (LP) Winter Monkey (LP)

13

webb#

14 TOOLS

mfr# description Disposable Paper Filter Bags 4464 For 641M 4465 For 652M Rubber Lined Canvas Hose – White 7HB-7 11/2” X 10’, Expanded Ends

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Safety Tools

Mfr# size webb# MG-1103 Large 243251 MG-1104 X-Large 243252

Raingear Yellow 3-Piece Rainsuits PVC Boots Mfr# size webb# 810YL Large 45399 810YXL X-Large 45400

Mfr# size 865-10 10 865-11 11 865-12 12

webb# 45410 45411 45412

42346 202515

95443 216359 246639 244281 87359 87360 222559 181493 181496

Ladders Mfr# size webb# Platform Step Ladder 3514 4’ 47122 Fiberglass Extension Ladder 31024 24’ 47129 Fiberglass Step Ladder 6204 4’ 58281 6206 6’ 58282 6208 8’ 58283

webb# 216662 240988

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Safety Tools Hats, Goggles, Respirators, Masks, Plugs

Hy Excel Clear Frames 18780 Onyx Lens

webb# 88272 88273 88298 88295

14

14

88288 88290 88291

Moldex Masks 28076 Dust RS900N95 Dust & Mist C3010947 Dust & Mist

88292 88293 88294

Flashlights & Batteries

First Aid Kits • Contains 168 pieces of First Aid treatments. • Neat interior packaging of the contents keeps the kit organized and makes it easy to locate and use the first aid treatments when you need them. • Contents meet requirements of American National Standards Institute Standard Z308.1-1998 for First Aid Equipment in an industrial work environment. • Rugged wall mounting weatherproof plastic case constructed to keep the contents free of dust and moisture.

mfr# IN2 IN3 IN4 IN2KML

description Industrial 2-Cell Flashlight Industrial 3-Cell Flashlight Mini Flashlight Industrial 2-Cell With Magnet

Roughneck Adjustable Focus ISL2D-B ILJ2AA-B

webb# 58520 58521 58522 45301

Mini

Mfr# size 6430 25 Person First Aid Kit FAK6084 First Aid Kit

webb# 72371 244557

88300

V2D-B

BR2D-B BR2AA-B

93584 206620

193974 193973

Swivel-Light Mini

Value Brights

Black Industrial With 2 D Batteries Black Industrial With 2 AA Batteries

206621

206617 206618

Rags Mfr# size 5LBRAGS 5 lb. Bag Terry Rags BAGORAGS 1 lb. Bag Terry Rags OILMANRAG 1 lb. Bag Cloth Rags (Blue) 570900B402LBPB 21/2 lb. Pkg. Handiwipes

webb# 189810 77853 91124 166177

mfr# description Batteries — 4 Packs 6VHD 6V Square 814-4 C-Cell 813-4 D-Cell 815-4 AA 824-4 AAA NM715-4 AA Rechargeable NM724-4 AAA Rechargeable

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48-11-300

12 Volt

130335

48-11-1024

14.4V, 2.4 Amp

192192

48-11-2230

18 Volt

205873

Work Lights 49-24-0155

Rechargeable

151289

49-24-0165

18 Volt

205874

Work Light Bulbs 49-81-0030 2 Pack 49-81-0020 14.4 Volt Krypton Light Bulb 49-81-0010 Universal Chargers 48-59-0255 A/C 48-59-0186

D/C

48-59-0192

Super Charger II 120 Volt

209690 224559 155221 223133 240501 53097

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GRANBY

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mfr# Description Webb# Battery Packs 48-11-0080 9.6 Volt 34590

Batteries

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Worklights, Batteries, Chargers

Roughneck Mini

Swivel-Lite With 2 D Batteries Mini Swivel Light

Swivel-Light Foam

13

Flashlights

Industrial C-Cell R2D Roughneck Adjustable Focus R2AA-BA Mini Roughneck

88285

Paint Spray Respirator 94795 With Cartridge 94797 With Cartridge Organic With Cartridge 94798

Ear Plugs 25329

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TOOLS

mfr# description Sentry III Hard Hat HP16110 White HP16160 Blue Clear Visor 22644 For Sentry III Goggles 10013 Soft Sided

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Hand Tools

SECTION

SECTION

14

14

Hand Tools

13 MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT34-73576 12/2 14/2 Wire Strippers 303385

303413 303399

CRT67-789 CRT67-791

10” Waterpump Pliers 123/4” Waterpump Pliers

306413 306414

CRT9-10153

3/8” 14.4V Cordless Drill

303430

CRT9-1295 CRT9-1313 CRT9-16952

7 PC Standard Nut Driver Set 7 PC Metric Nut Driver Set Pump Out Wet/Dry Vac

361501 361502 361509

CRT9-17713

CRT9-17741

2 Gallon Wet/Dry Vac

6 Gallon Wet/Dry Vac

303556

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT9-44602 6” Adjustible Wrench 305297 CRT9-44603 8” Adjustible Wrench 305298 CRT9-44604 10” Adjustible Wrench 305299 CRT9-44605 12” Adjustible Wrench 305300 CRT9-44606 18” Adjustible Wrench 305301

CRT9-26678

Wet/Dry Vac Filter

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT9-42160 5 PC Box End Ratchet Wrench Set 304441

CRT9-42191 304455 CRT9-42195 304459

Circular Saw Wax Strips

303852

CRT9-44664 3 PC Adjustible Wrench Set 305306 CRT9-45076

CRT9-42380 304492 CRT9-42409 304509

305366

7” Diagonal Cut Wide Jaw Pliers

3/8” Cushion Grip Nutdriver

CRT9-45094 81/2” Lineman Pliers 305372

5 PC Combination Ratchet Wrench Set 5 PC Metric Ratchet Wrench Set

305374

8” Long Nose Pliers

CRT9-45285

3/8” Power Electric Drill

CRT9-45381 CRT9-45384 CRT9-45385 CRT9-45386

303903

CRT9-28640

Multi-Angle Reciprocal Saw

303929

CRT9-33122 CRT9-34802 CRT9-34824

122 PC Mechanic’s Tool Set 20 PC 3/8” Socket Set 79 PC 1/2” Socket Set

303999 304105 304119

305437

CRT9-45715

10” Locking Pliers

305439

CRT9-45761

91/2” Arc Joint Pliers

305459

CRT9-45763

8” Long Nose Pliers

305461

CRT9-43375

CRT9-46701 Folding 9 Key Hex Wrench 305596 CRT9-47044

9 PC Combination Wrench Set

CRT9-41063 CRT9-47108

5/16” X 6” Cushion Grip

CRT9-47112 CRT9-47115 CRT9-47116 CRT9-47117

#3 X 6” Cushion Grip Cushion Grip 5/16” X 6” Cushion Grip Cushion Grip 6 PC Cushion Grip Cushion Grip Set #2 X 6” Cushion Grip Phillips Screwdriver

Screwdriver 1/4” X 6” Cushion Grip Phillips Cushion Grip

305681

361515 361514

305379

3 PC Plier Set

CRT9-27996

3 PC Locking Pliers Set

3/16” Cushion Grip Nutdriver

303593

303566

CRT9-45713

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CRT9-45103 CRT9-17816

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT9-45711 7” Locking Pliers 305435

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CRT34-73893 Fluorescent Work Light CRT34-82139 Multi Meter

MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT9-37391 25’ Tape Measure 304244 CRT9-37393 30’ Tape Measure 304246 CRT9-37396 12’ Tape Measure 304250 CRT9-41972 5/16” Nutdriver 304422 CRT9-41973 11/32” Nutdriver 304423 CRT9-41974 3/8” Nutdriver 304424 CRT9-41976 1/2” Nutdriver 304426

305395 305396 305397 305398

91/2” Arc Joint Pliers 16” Arc Joint Pliers 7” Arc Joint Pliers 13” Arc Joint Pliers

5 Piece Offset Ratchet Wrench Set

305690 305693 305694 361513

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CRT9-47136

8 PC Screwdriver Set

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6 in 1 Screwdriver mfr# Description Webb# MIS6-1 6 In 1 Screwdriver 44642 MFR# DESCRIPTION WEBB# CRT9-41161 4 In 1 Screwdriver 304329

CRT9-59236 CRT9-59423

10 In 1 Screwdriver Tote Tool Bag

Double Cover Steel Cantilever Tool Box 23” Plastic Tool Box

361512 304271

These models are best suited for trim cutting soft sheet metal and for cutting a multiple of other materials. The P6716-S straight cut avaiation snip is the most versatile of all aviation snip models. mfr# Description Webb# P6716-S Straight Cut, Yellow 44604 Cuts straight and wide curves to the left and right

305899 306016 P6716-L Left Cut, Red Cuts straight and wide curves to the left

CRT9-65247 CRT9-65431 CRT9-66858 CRT9-94853 CRT9-94856

6 Drawer Tool Chest 17” Plastic Tool Box 15 PC Cobalt Drill Set Aluminum Utility Knife High Visibility Utility Knife

305985 306014 306085 306129 361504

CRT9-94857 CRT9-94859

5 Pack Utility Knife Blades 100 Pack Utility Knife Blades

306132 306134

44603

Aluminum Handle Offset Pipe Wrench Nearly 50% lighter than comparable cast-iron models of the same size. Features a jaw opening parallel to the handle and a narrower hook jaw head which provides easy entry into tight spots. 31120 14” — 2” Pipe Capacity 16906 31125 18” — 21/2” Pipe Capacity 16907 31130 24” — 3” Pipe Capacity 16908

P6716-R Right Cut, Green 44605 Cuts straight and wide curves to the right

These models are best suited for making long cuts through soft sheet metal and a multitude of other materials. The offset blade pattern guides the material being cut away from the blades. The offset blade pattern also positions the user’s hand above the material being cut. mfr# Description Webb# P6510-L Offset Left Cut, Red 80234 Cuts straight and tight left curves P6510-R Offset Right Cut, Green Cuts straight and tight right curves

80233

P6716-B is best suited for cutting multiple thicknesses and rolled edges of sheet metal and up to 16 gauge soft sheet metal as well as other thick materials. mfr# Description Webb# P6716-B Right Bulldog/Notch Cut 80236 Short straight cuts

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Aluminum End Wrench Ideal for jobs in close quarters, such as where the pipe to be turned is close to a wall, or where several pipes are running close together. The aluminum handle makes the wrench 40% lighter than other malleable iron wrenches, thus making one-handed operation virtually no work at all. 90107 10” — 11/2” Pipe Capacity 247222 90117 14” — 2” Pipe Capacity 247223 90122 18” — 21/2” Pipe Capacity 247224 90127 24” — 3” Pipe Capacity 247225 Hex Wrench Hex jaw design gives multi-sided, secure grip on all hex nuts, square nuts, unions, and valve packing nuts. 31305 E-110 91/2” — 11/8” – 25/8 Pipe Capacity 16927 Cutter Wheels 33100 F-514 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 17202 33105 F-3 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 17197 33110 F-3S f/Steel & Ductile Iron 17198 33120 F-515 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 55087 33125 F-229 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 17200 33145 F-367 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 55085 44185 E-1032 f/Steel & Ductile Iron 17195 Portable Tristand Vises Integral legs and tray fold in for easy carrying and setup. Large vise base overhangs front legs for clear tool swing. Complete with slots for hanging tools, pipe rest, three pipe benders, and ceiling brace screw. 40130 Tristand Yoke Vise, 1/8” - 21/2 17007 72037 Tristand Chain Vise, 1/8” - 6 17008

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mfr# Description Webb# Pipe Taps, Hand Use Only Made from carbon steel in right hand configuration only. These taps are especially suited for restricted area work. All taps have taper of 3/4” per foot. 35815 1/8” Pipe Size 16944 35820 1/4” Pipe Size 16945 35825 3/8” Pipe Size 16946 35830 1/2” Pipe Size 16947 35835 3/4” Pipe Size 16948 35840 1” Pipe Size 16949 35845 11/4” Pipe Size 16950 35850 11/2” Pipe Size 16951 35855 2” Pipe Size 16952 DRILL PIPE THREADS Mfr# Model# SIZE SIZE PER Inch Webb# 35815 E-5112 21/64 1/8” 27 16944 35820 E-5113 7/16 1/4” 18 16945 35825 E-5114 9/16 3/8” 18 16946 35830 E-5115 45/64 1/2” 14 16947 35835 E-5116 29/32 3/4” 14 16948 35840 E-5117 19/64 1” 111/2 16949 35945 E-5118 131/64 11/4” 111/2 16950 35850 E-5119 147/64 11/2” 111/2 16951 35855 E-5120 215/64 2” 111/2 16952 Manual Pipe Threaders (Ratchet & Handle Only) Ratchet knob indicates forward and reverse. Die heads snap in from both sides and lock in place.

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mfr# Description Webb# Straight Pipe Wrench Sturdy, cast-iron housing and I-beam handle with full floating forged hook jaw, adjustment nut and replaceable hook and heel jaws. 31000 6” — 3/4” Pipe Capacity 16887 31005 8” — 1” Pipe Capacity 16888 31010 10” — 11/2” Pipe Capacity 16889 31015 12” — 2” Pipe Capacity 16890 31020 14” — 2” Pipe Capacity 16891 31025 18” — 21/2” Pipe Capacity 16892 31030 24” — 3” Pipe Capacity 16893 31035 36” — 5” Pipe Capacity 16894 Aluminum Pipe Wrench Nearly 40% lighter than comaprable cast-iron models of the same size. Jaws and all other parts identical to Ridgid Heavy-Duty Wrenches. 31090 10” — 11/2” Pipe Capacity 16909 47057 12” — 2” Pipe Capacity 95189 31095 14” — 2” Pipe Capacity 16910 31100 18” — 21/2” Pipe Capacity 16911 31105 24” — 3” Pipe Capacity 16912 31110 36” — 5” Pipe Capacity 16913 31115 48” — 6” Pipe Capacity 16914

mfr# Description Webb# 38540 Model # OO-R 16992 38555 Model # 12-R 16995 Tube Cutters Nos. 10,15,20 & 30 Clean, square cuts are easily made on copper, brass, aluminum, and thin-wall conduit.Feature a convenient fold away reamer. No. 30 is rated for larger diameter steel and stainless steel tubing. 32915 1/8” — 1” 17069 32925 3/16” — 11/8” 17070 32930 5/8” — 21/8” 151471 32935 5/8” — 21/8” 17071 32950 1” — 31/8” 17072 Mod StD. Mfr# # Decription Wheel Webb# 32915 10 Screw Feed Tube Cutter w/H-D Wheel E-1240 17069 32925 15 Screw Feed Tube Cutter w/H-D Wheel E-1240 17070 32930 20 Screw Feed Tube Cutter F-158 151471 32935 20 Screw Feed Tube Cutter w/H-D Wheel E-1240 17071 32950 30 Screw Feed Tube Cutter w/H-D Wheel E-2191 17072 Midget Tubing Cutters Designed for use in restricted spaces on small diameter, hard and soft copper, aluminum, brass, and plastic tubing. Strong, lightweight slide and wheel housing, large knurled feed screws knob gives easy control of cutting pressure for clean cuts. The Model 118 has a self-feeding cutter wheel that automatically cuts after tightening the knob only once. StD. Mfr# Mod# Decription Wheel Webb# 32975 103 Midget Cutter E-3469 17053 32985 104 Midget Cutter E-3469 17054 86127 118 Self Feeding Midget Cutter E-3469 57823

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Tubing Cutters Features an enclosed feed screw to eliminate clogging and jamming, grooved rolls for close-to-flare cuts, and a fold-away reamer. Made from high-strength zinc alloy with a spare cutter wheel in the handle. Cuts copper, brass, and aluminum tubing, and thin-wall conduit. Model 205 has all the features of the No. 150, plus a quick-acting mechanism. description WEBB# 1/8” – 11/8” 17065 1/4” – 23/8” 17066

mfr# MODEL 31622 150 33055 205

description STD. WHEEL Enclosed Feed Cutter E-3469 Ratcheting Encl. Feed Cutter E-3469

Quick Acting Tubing Cutters Models 151-156 feature a quick-acting design, I-beam construction, hardened wear surfaces, and thrust bearing slide assemblies for smooth operation. Mfr# Mod# Description 31632 151 1/4” – 15/8” 31642 152 1/4” – 25/8” 31652 154 17/8” – 41/2”

Std. Wheel Webb# E-3469 52695 E-3469 52696 E-2558 52697

No 345 Flaring Tool Model 345 is a precision designed tool for producing 45° flares in soft copper, brass, aluminum, and mild steel (JIC and Bundy) tubing. A hardened, smooth cone provides fast, 45° flares either single or double lap. A single clamp screw provides for easy clamping and removal of tubing. mfr# MODEL TYPE Sizes WEBB# 23332 345 45° S.A.E. Flare 3/16”, 1/4”, 5/16”, 54831 3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, 5/8” No. 458R Ratchet Flaring Tool This precision tool provides smooth, uniform flares with minimum effort. The new ratcheting feed screw handle turns easily and requires less motion and effort than a standard handle. Hadened steel flaring cone, accentrically mountei needle bearings, produces rolling action for even metal flow, giving uniform flare walls without galling. mfr# MODEL TYPE Sizes WEBB# 83037 458R 45° S.A.E. Flare 1/8” 3/16”, 1/4”, 5/16”, 17087 3/8”, 1/2”, 5/8”, 3/4”

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Mfr# Model# Application Webb# Cutter Wheels 33210 E-702 Heavy Wall PVC, ABS 17180 33165 E-1240 Steel, SS 17181 33175 E-2191 Steel Tubing 17183 33170 E-2558 Aluminum & Copper 17184 33205 E-2990 Steel, Aluminum, Copper 17186 33185 E-3469 Aluminum & Copper 17187 34695 E-3495 Aluminum 17188 33190 E-4546 Steel, SS 17189 33195 E-4546 Steel, SS 17190 33160 F-158 Aluminum & Copper 17192 Wheel Parts 34105 E-1439X Wheel Pin Assembly 54462 34180 E-1452X Wheel Pin Assembly 54463 34345 5 Pack Wheel Screws 54465

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Crimper • Four tools in one: - Bolt Cutter. - Crimper. - Wire Cutter. - Wire Stripper. Newly designed, lightweight, and economical. This convenient sized, multi-purpose tool is made for durability. Handles are plastic coated. mfr# DescRIPTION 40400 Crimper

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400 Series Lever Benders 400 Series Instrument Benders combine accuracy with easy operation. Offset accuracy with easy operation. Offset cushion grip handles eliminate knuckle cracking when forming 180° bends.

TUBE SIZE BEND Mfr# Model# Descr. (OD) Radius Webb# 36097 406 3/8” 15/16” 17084 36132 408 1/2” 1 1/2” 17085 The 456 Tri-Bender is designed to easily bend three different sizes of soft tubing: 1/4”, 5/16” and 3/8” with the same tool. A 90° start angle minimizes effort required to form a bend. mfr# description WEBB# 44852 1/4”, 5/16” & 3/8” Tri-Bender 70311 The 395 Torpedo Level Ideal for general use and work in tight places. Three vials for plumb, level and 45° miter. Full length strong magnetic edge. V-grooved edge for pipe and conduit work. Large top read level vial. mfr# description WEBB# 20233 9” Long Torpedo Level 17179 mfr# Description Webb# Pipe Cutters 32810 Heavy Duty 1A 17019 32820 Heavy Duty 2A 17020 32830 Heavy Duty 3S 17021 32840 Heavy Duty 4S 17022 32845 Heavy Duty 3 Wheel 4S 19401 32850 4-6” Heavy Duty 6S 150000

Hacksaw Frame

Tri-Fold Saw

Mfr# DESCR webb# 4012 44289 2012 With Blade 73794

Mfr# 61836

webb# 58159

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Close Quarter Saw Mfr# 906

975 Hacksaw Mfr# 975

webb# 81402

webb# 44297

Swedging Tool mfr# Description webb# Swedging Tool 4330 3/8” X 3/4” 75282 Radiator Spud Wrench 4558 75293 Mill Bastard File 5505 8” 75676 Spring Tube Bender 5162 3/8” 75691 5164 1/2” 75692 4-in-1 Fitting Brush 5150 Complete 79997 5150R Brush Replacement 152822 Hex Key Set 3040 9 Keys, 2” – 37/8” 162669 Radiator Valve Wrench 4947 3-Way

87130

Shurlite Spark Lighter 4437 162670 4438 Replacement Flints 180300 Radiator Vent Valve L/Key 605LK 208676

mfr# Description webb# Long Nose Plier w/Side Cutter 317 71/2” Diagonal Cut Plier

110875

337 7” 110876 Linesman Plier w/Rounded Nose 348 81/2” Tongue & Groove Plier 426 61/2” 430 10” 440 12” 460 16” Wiring Tool

110874 205871 93008 93009 110873

908 Griplock Tongue & Groove Plier GL10 10” GL12 12” Nutdriver Set

95039

EZ7S

57708

7 Piece

58729 58730

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Electric Tools Cordless Tools

18V Cordless Sawzall 0819-21 With 2 Batteries, Charger, Two Blade Pack & Steel Carrying Case 154834 “The Hatchet” Cordless Sawzall 6514-21 18 Volt

246651

Right Angle Drill 3102-6

Reversible Drill 0234-6 1/2” — 0-850 RPM

Abrasive Cut-Off Saw 6175-20 14”

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Accessories mfr# Description Webb# Job Site Radio 49-24-0280 World’s Toughest Radio 252136

13365

129368

Carrying Case 48-55-0711 General Purpose

49273

Reversible Drive 48-06-2871 Right Angle

13237

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Model 300 Compact Threading Machine Features: • Heavy-duty proven performance. • Lightweight, portable design. • Fast transport and set-up. • Self-contained oil system. • Versatility for threading & grooving. • CSA approved. • Approved to UL Standards. Standard Equipment: Model 300 Compact Threading Machine 1 – No. 811A quick-opening die head 1 – No. 344 Reamer 1 – No. 360 Cutter with E-1032 Cutter Wheel 1 Set 1/2” – 3/4” Alloy Universal Dies 1 Set 1” – 2” Alloy Universal Dies 1 Gallon Nu-Clear Threading Cutting Oil

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mfr# Description Webb# Combination Kit 0926-24 18V Sawzall, Hammer Drill, Circular Saw, Worklight & Contractor Bag 243054

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mfr# Description Webb# Reversable Drill 1676-6 2 Speed, 1/2” w/Case 13364

mfr# Description Webb# 15682 Compact Threading Machine 49368

129835

Thread Cutting Oils

Cordless Drill 0615-24

Heavy Duty 14.4 Volt With Worklight 129339

Cordless Drill 0627-24

18 Volt Kit

Circular Saw 0840-22

Metal Cut Saw w/ Bag 251343

Sawzall, Light, Driver Drill Combo 0901-24 With Case

Impact Wrench 0879-22 1/2” Square 18 Volt Drive

251342

205872

Deep Cut Portable Band Saw 6238 43/4”

• Cools threads and pipe during operation. • Speeds metal removal. Ridgid thread cutting oils are free of chlorine and other halogens, PCBs and heavy metals. Complete material safety data sheet available. Dark Oil – Traditional mineral oil with low odor and antimist formulation. Nu-Clear Oil – Clear mineral oil with low odor and antimist formulation. Special low temperature properties maintain workable viscosity to -20F. Stainless Steel Oil – High performance mineral oil formulated to produce superior quality threads on stainless steel and black pipe. Water Washable – Synthetic thread cutting fluid cleans easily off concrete, clothing, and piping with water. Biodegradable.

204437

Sawzall 6509-22 With Case & Blades 166577 Metal Cutting Shears 6852-20 18 Gauge

Rotary Hammer 5321-21 11/2”

Super Hawg 1680.21

Roto-Lok

130004

42266

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mfr# Description Webb# 70835 1 gal. Nu-Clear 17035 41575 5 gal. Nu-Clear 178052 70830 1 gal. Dark 199558 74007 1 qt. Stainless Steel 214680 74017 1 qt. Water Washable 214682 74022 1 gal. Water Washable 223739

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Caulking Gun 6560-21

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ProPress Fittings

The heart of the ProPress System is the electro-hydraulic crimping tool fitted with interchangeable crimping jaws and rings. The rugged unit is designed for continuous crimping on all kinds of jobs — big and small. webb# 216815 216386

ProPress Jaw Sets

ProPress Crimp Rings

mfr# size 76677 2” Jaw Assembly

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ProPress Fittings

mfr# size 93667 3-Ring Kit With 21/2”, 3”, 4” Crimp Rings, Ring Actuator and Carrying Case

Adapter C X M

Adapter C X F

Cap C

mfr# size webb# Bronze Adapter C X M 77812 1/2” X 3/8” NPT 216894 77817 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216895 77822 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216896 77827 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216897 77832 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216898 77837 1” X 3/4” NPT 216899 77842 1” X 1” NPT 216407 77847 1” X 11/4” NPT 216900 77852 11/4” X 1 NPT 216901 77857 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216408 77862 11/4” X 11/2” NPT 216902 77867 11/2” X 11/4” NPT 216903 77872 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216409 77877 2” X 2” NPT 216904

mfr# size webb# Bronze Adapter C X F 77887 1/2” X 3/8” NPT 216905 77892 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216906 77897 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216907 77902 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216908 77907 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216909 77912 1” X 3/4” NPT 216910 77917 1” X 1” NPT 216911 77922 1” X 11/4” NPT 216912 77927 11/4” X 1” NPT 216913 77932 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216914 77937 11/4” X 11/2” NPT 216915 77942 11/2” X 11/4” NPT 216916 77947 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216917 77952 2” X 2” NPT 216918

mfr# size Copper Cap C 77712 1/2” 77717 3/4” 77722 1” 77727 11/4” 77732 11/2” 77737 2” XL Bronze Cap C 91432 21/2” 91437 3” 91442 4”

XL Bronze Adapter C X M 91332 21/2” X 21/2” NPT 244804 91337 3” X 3” NPT 244805 91327 4” X 4” NPT 244806

Adapter FTG X F mfr# size webb# Bronze Adapter FTG X F 78002 1/2” X 3/8” NPT 216928 78007 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216929 78012 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216930 78017 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216931 78022 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216932 78027 1” X 1” NPT 216933 78032 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216934 78037 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216935 78042 2” X 2” NPT 216936

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Adapter FTG X M mfr# size webb# Bronze Adapter FTG X M 77957 1/2” X 3/8” NPT 216919 77962 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216920 77967 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216921 77972 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216922 77977 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216923 77982 1” X 1” NPT 216924 77987 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216925 77992 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216926

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Coupling C x C with Stop mfr# size webb# Copper Coupling C X C With Stop 78047 1/2” 216937 78052 3/4” 216938 78057 1” 216410 78062 11/4” 216411 78067 11/2” 216412 78072 2” 216939 XL Bronze Coupling C X C With Stop 91342 21/2” 244816 91347 3” 244817 91352 4” 244818

Cross-Over C X C mfr# size webb# Copper Cross-Over C X C 77742 1/2” 216880 77747 3/4” 216881

Cross-Over FTG X C mfr# size webb# Copper Cross-Over FTG X C 78137 1/2” 216950 78142 3/4” 216951

Adapter Flange C X Flange mfr# size webb# Bronze Adapter Flange C x Flange 19728 21/2” 244807 19733 3” 244808 19738 4” 244809

Coupling C x C No Stop mfr# size webb# Copper Coupling C X C No Stop 78172 1/2” 216957 78177 3/4” 216958 78182 1” 216959 78187 11/4” 216960 78192 11/2” 216961 78197 2” 216962 XL Bronze Coupling C X C No Stop 91477 21/2” 244813 91482 3” 244814 91487 4” 244815

90° Elbow FTG X F mfr# size webb# 90° Bronze Elbow FTG X F 77577 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216853

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mfr# size webb# Copper 90° Elbow C X C Close Rough 77317 1/2” 216817 77322 3/4” 216818 77327 1” 216387 77332 11/4” 216388 77337 11/2” 216389 77342 2” 216819 XL Bronze 90° Elbow C X C Close Rough 91357 21/2” 244825 91362 3” 244826 91367 4” 244827

90° Elbow FTG X C Close Rough mfr# size webb# Copper 90° Elbow FTG X C Close Rough 77347 1/2” 216820 77352 3/4” 216821 77357 1” 216390 77362 11/4” 216391 77367 11/2” 216392 77372 2” 216822 XL Bronze 90° Elbow FTG X C Close Rough 91492 21/2” 244828 91497 3” 244829 91502 4” 244830

45° Elbow C X C mfr# size webb# Copper 45° Elbow C X C 77607 1/2” 216857 77612 1/2” 216858 77617 1” 216404 77622 11/4” 216405 77627 11/2” 216406 77632 2” 216859 XL 45° Bronze Elbow C X C 91417 21/2” 244822 91422 3” 244823 91427 4” 244824

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45° Elbow FTG X C

Reducer FTG X C

mfr# size webb# 45° Copper Elbow FTG X C 77637 1/2” 216860 77642 3/4” 216861 77647 1” 216862 77652 11/4” 216863 77657 11/2” 216864 77662 2” 216865 XL 45° Bronze Elbow FTG X C 91537 21/2” 244819 91542 3” 244820 91547 4” 244821

mfr# size webb# Copper Reducer FTG X C 78077 3/4” X 1/2” 216940 78082 1” X 1/2” 216941 78087 1” X 3/4” 216942 78092 11/4” X 3/4” 216943 78097 11/4” X 1” 216944 78102 11/2” X 1” 216945 78107 11/2” X 11/4” 216946 78112 2” X 1” 216947 78117 2” X 11/4” 216948 78122 2” X 11/2” 216949 XL Bronze Reducer FTG X C 91462 21/2” X 2” 244831 91467 3” X 2” 244832 91472 3” X 21/2” 244833 91447 4” X 2” 244834 91452 4” X 21/2” 244835 91457 4” X 3” 244836

90° Elbow CXM mfr# size webb# 90° Bronze Elbow C X M 77492 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216837 77497 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216838 77502 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216839 77507 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216840 77512 1” X 1” NPT 216841 77517 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216842 77522 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216843 77527 2” X 2” NPT 216844

Reducer C X C mfr# size webb# Copper Reducer C X C 78147 3/4” X 1/2” 216952 78152 1” X 3/4” 216953 78162 11/2” X 11/4” 216955 78167 2” X 11/2” 216956

Union C X F 90° Elbow CxF mfr# size webb# 90° Bronze Elbow C X F 77532 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216845 77537 1/2” X 3/4” NPT 216846 77542 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216847 77547 3/4” X 1/2” NPT 216848 77552 1” X 1” NPT 216849 77557 11/4” X 11/4” NPT 216850 77562 11/2” X 11/2” NPT 216851 77567 2” X 2” NPT 216852

mfr# size webb# Bronze Union C X F 77752 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216882 77757 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216883 77762 1” X 1” NPT 216884 77777 2” X 2” NPT 216887

Union C x M mfr# size webb# Bronze Union C x M 77782 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216888 77787 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216889 77792 1” X 1” NPT 216890 77807 2” X 2” NPT 216893

Union C X C Elbow Drop 90° C X F w/ Wall Plate mfr# size webb# Bronze Elbow Drop 90° C X F With Wall Plate 77697 1/2” X 1/2” NPT 216872 77702 3/4” X 3/4” NPT 216873

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mfr# size webb# Bronze Union C X C 77667 1/2” 216866 77672 3/4” 216867 77677 1” 216868 77682 11/4” 216869 77687 11/2” 216870 77692 2” 216871

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Tee CxCxC mfr# size webb# Copper Tee C X C X C 77377 1/2” 216823 77382 1/2” X 1/2” X 3/4” 216824 77387 3/4” 216825 77392 3/4” X 1/2” X 1/2” 216826 77402 3/4” X 3/4” X 1/2” 216828 77407 3/4” X 3/4” X 1 216829 77412 1” 216393 77417 1” X 3/4” X 1/2” 216830 77422 1” X 3/4” X 3/4” 216831 77427 1” X 3/4” X 1” 216832 77432 1” X 1” X 1/2” 216833 77437 1” X 1” X 3/4” 216394 77442 11/4” 216395 77447 11/4” X 11/4” X 1” 216396 77452 11/4” X 11/4” X 3/4” 216397 77457 11/2” 216398 77462 11/2” X 11/2” X 3/4” 216399 77467 11/2” X 11/2” X 1” 216400 77472 11/2”X11/2”X11/4” 216401 77477 2” 216834 77482 2” X 2” X 11/2” 216835 77487 2” X 2” X 11/2” 216836 XL Bronze Tee C X C X C 91372 21/2” 244837 91402 11/2”X11/2”X2” 244840 91377 3” 244838 91407 3” X 3” X 2” 244841 91412 3” X 3” X 21/2” 244842 91382 4” 244839 91387 4” X 4” X 2” 244843 91392 4” X 4” X 21/2” 244844 91397 4” x 4” x 3” 244845

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Power Tools

Tee C x C x F mfr# size webb# Bronze Tee C X C X F 77582 1/2”X1/2”X1/2” NPT 216854 77587 3/4”X3/4”X1/2” NPT 216855 77592 1” X 1” X 1/2” NPT 216402 77597 1 1/4 ”X1 1/4 ”X 1/2 ” NPT 216403 78342 11/2”X11/2”X1/2”NPT 216413 77602 2” X 2” X 1/2” NPT 216856 XL Bronze Tee C X C X F 91522 21/2”X21/2”X3/4” NPT 244846 91517 21/2”X21/2”X2” NPT 244847 91532 3” X 3” X 3/4” NPT 244848 91527 3” X 3” X 2” NPT 244849 91512 4” X 4” X 3/4” NPT 244850 91507 4” X 4” X 2” NPT 244851

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Screws & Drill Bits

Hole Saws

webb# 44200 42430 42433 42434 42435 42436 42437 42438 42439 42440 42441 42442 42443 42444 42445 42446 44038 42447 42448 42431 42449 44217 42450 42451 42452 42453 42454 42455 42456 42457 42458 44222

Plumbers Hole Saw Kit Mfr# size 600P Kit

208 14_Tools_p210.indd 208-209

webb# 44242

Wood Boring Bits

Mfr# size webb# 1L 7/16” X 9/16” 44033

Mfr# size WB100 1” WB112 11/8” WB125 11/4” WB137 13/8” WB150 11/2” WB175 13/4” WB200 2” WB212 21/8” WB256 29/16” 38L 23/8” 40L 21/2” 42L 25/8” 44L 23/4” 48L 3” 50L 31/8” 52L 31/4” 56L 31/2” 58L 35/8” 60L 33/4” 64L 4” 66L 41/8” 68L 41/4” 72L 41/2” 76L 43/4” 80L 5” 96L 6”

2L

7/16” X 11/4-6”

44034

4L

1/4” X 9/16”

44035

5L

3/8” X 9/16”

44036

6L

3/8” X 11/4-6”

44037

Hole Saw Accessories Mfr# size Arbor Adapter AA1

webb# 42478

Pilot Drill 4321 1/4” 56PD 1/4”

42477 44237

Extensions 55X 1/2” X 51/2” 12X 1/2” X 12” 18X 1/2” X 18”

42399 42480 42481

webb# 42366 42368 42370 42372 42373 42375 42378 42380 42384 42445 42446 42447 42448 42431 42449 44217 42450 42451 42452 42453 42454 42455 42456 42457 42458 44222

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Automatic Feed Wood Bits Mfr# size LL100 1” LL112 11/8” LL125 11/4” LL137 13/8” LL150 11/2” LL175 13/4” LL200 2” LL212 21/8” LL225 21/4” LL256 29/16”

webb# 150057 150058 150059 150063 150064 150065 150060 150061 150062 150066

Ship Auger Bits Mfr# size webb# 29102 5/16” 222418 31007 7/16” 244034 31006 3/8” 244033 31008 1/2” 244035 31034 7/8” 225053 31016 1” 225050 31012 3/4” X 18” 241640 31015 15/16” X 18” 241641

Wood Bit Kit Carbide Tip Hole Saws Mfr# size 12CT 3/4” 14CT 7/8” 16CT 1” 18CT 11/8” 20CT 11/4” 24CT 11/2” 28CT 13/4” 32CT 2” 34CT 21/8” 36CT 21/4” 40CT 21/2”

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webb# 74573 74574 74575 74576 74577 74579 74581 74582 74583 74584 74585

Mfr# size 32500 6 Sizes

12” Hacksaw Blades

Blades

Reciprocating Blades Mfr# size #TEETH webb# 5 Per Vinyl Pouch 656R 6 X 3/4 6 42467 156R 12 X 3/4 6 42469 956R 9 X 3/4 6 44032 634R 9 X 3/4 4 205647 110R 12 X 3/4 10/14 44188 636RP 6 X 3/4 6 42463

676RC 6 X 7/16 6 314RC 3 X 1/4 14 318RC 3 X 1/4 18 606R 610R 810R 414R 614R 418R 618R 818R 424R 624R

6 X 3/4 6 X 3/4 8 X 3/4 4 X 3/4 6 X 3/4 4 X 3/4 6 X 3/4 8 X 3/4 4 X 3/4 6 X 3/4

6 10 10 14 14 18 18 18 24 24

44031 205646 42459 44187 42464 42468 42460 42465 42461 42432 85478 42462 42466

Mfr# size V218HE 18T V224HE 24T V232HE 32T

Mfr# size HSB12 12” HSB18 18”

webb# 44298 44299 44300 154084 166280 71894

9 X 7/8 9 X 7/8

6 10

165149 95599

650R 6510R 6514R 6118R

6 X 3/4 10/14 6 X 3/4 10 6 X 3/4 14 6 X 3/4 18

166279 205648 205649 264371

Mfr# size HSF12 12” HSF18 18”

webb# 44039 44040

ProTool Lubricant

Pilot Screws Mfr# Desc. webb# WBPS 5 In A Bag 42393

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webb# 42475 42476

PVC/ABS Blades With Handle

Mfr# size # teeth webb# 2 Per Vinyl Pouch 800RG 8 X 3/4 carbide 56262 966G 960G

webb# 42470 42471 42472

PVC/ABS Blades

Reciprocating Blades

webb# 73314

Vari Bit Mfr# size VB1 1/8” - 1/2” VB2 1/4” - 1” VB3 1/4” - 3/4” VB4 3/16” - 1/2” VB8 3/16” - 7/8” VB12 7/8” - 13/8”

Screws & Drill Bits

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Mfr# webb# 68040 164075

Screws

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mfr# desc. Pkg. QTY webb# Speed Screws 10602 6” X 3/8” 100 58731 11002 7” X 1/2” 100 58732 11032 8” X 1” 100 58733 11040 8” X 11/4” 100 58734 11052 8” X 11/2” 500 49290 11048 8” X 11/2” 250 49289 11058 8” X 2” 100 58735 11078 10” X 3/4” 100 58737 11082 10” X 3/4” 1,000 162356 11086 10” X 1” 100 58736 Plastic Anchor Kits 12502 3/16” X 7/8” 155169 12500 3/16” X 3/4” 155168 12506 1/4” X 1” 49291 Jiffy Point Screws 11012 8” X 1/2” 100 49285 11014 8” X 1/2” 500 78999 11016 8” X 1/2” 1,000 49286 11010 8” X 1/2” 15,000 163406 11022 8” X 3/4” 100 49287 11024 8” X 3/4” 500 79000 11026 8” X 3/4” 1,000 49288 11020 8” X 3/4” 10,000 151371 Jiffy Drill Tip Screws 11202 8” X 1/2” 100 58738 11204 8” X 1/2” 500 79001 11222 8” X 3/4” 100 58739 11224 8” X 3/4” 500 78053 11264 10” X 3/4” 7,000 112685 11268 10” X 3/4” 500 112684 11206 10” X 3/4” 500 155272 Jiffy Chuck 10016 1/4” 49284 10022 5/16” 91413

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Mfr# size 10L 5/8” 12L 3/4” 14L 7/8” 16L 1” 18L 11/8” 20L 11/4” 22L 13/8” 24L 11/2” 26L 15/8” 28L 13/4” 30L 17/8” 32L 2” 34L 21/8” 36L 21/4” 38L 23/8” 40L 21/2” 41L 29/16” 42L 25/8” 44L 23/4” 48L 3” 50L 31/8” 52L 31/4” 56L 31/2” 58L 35/8” 60L 33/4” 64L 4” 66L 41/8” 68L 41/4” 72L 41/2” 76L 43/4” 80L 5” 96L 6”

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Screws & Drill Bits Saw Blades Wood Bits mfr# size Webb# Auger Bits 48-13-0870 48-13-1120 48-13-1250 48-13-1370 48-13-1500 Selfeed Bits

7/8” 11/8” 11/4” 13/8” 11/2”

48-25-1002 1” 48-25-1122 11/8” 48-25-1252 11/4” 48-25-1372 13/8” 48-25-1502 11/2” 48-25-1752 13/4” 48-25-2002 2” 48-25-2122 21/8” 48-25-2252 21/4” 48-25-2562 29/16” 48-25-3001 3” 48-25-3621 35/8” 48-25-4621 45/8” Bellhanger Bits

13250 13259 13261 13263 13265

53600 53601 53602 53603 53604 53605 53606 53607 53608 53609 53610 53611 53612

48-13-7125 1/4” X 12” 67729 48-13-7225 1/4” X 18” 67723 48-13-7325 1/4” X 24” 67727 Twist Drill Bits 48-89-1535 48-89-0171 48-89-1545 48-89-1203 48-89-0218 48-89-0234 48-89-1565 48-89-0265 48-89-0281 48-89-0296 48-89-0328 48-89-0343 48-89-1605 48-89-0390 48-89-0406 48-89-0421 48-89-1625 48-89-0453 48-89-0468 48-89-0484 48-89-0500 48-89-1645

5/32” 11/64” 3/16” 13/64” 7/32” 15/64” 1/4” 17/64” 9/32” 19/64” 21/64” 11/32” 3/8” 25/64” 13/32” 27/64” 7/16” 29/64” 15/32” 31/64” 1/2” 1/2”

74659 74660 74661 74662 74663 74664 74665 74666 74667 74668 74670 74671 74673 74674 74675 74676 74677 74678 74679 74680 74681 247642

mfr# size Webb# Extension Assemblies

mfr# size Webb# Band Saw Blade 48-39-0520 18 Teeth 91044

53613 53614 53615 53616

Carbide Tipped Circular Saw Blade 48-40-4015 48 Teeth 252040

48-28-4001 51/2” 48-28-4006 12” 48-28-4011 18” 48-28-4016 24” Twist Drill Bit Cards/2

48-89-1520 7/16” 74656 48-89-1525 1/8” 74657 48-89-1530 9/64” 74658 48-89-1505 1/16” 74682 48-89-1510 5/64” 74683 48-89-1515 3/32” 74684 Drill Bit Set — 20 Piece 48-89-1105 240499

Rotary Hammer Bits mfr# size 2/Card

Webb#

48-20-4126 11/4” X 22” 111414 48-20-4151 11/2” X 22” 111415

Abrasive Wheel 49-94-1405 14”

53595

Kits mfr# dESC. WEbb# Contractor Bit Kit 49-22-0130 201846

Plumbers Bit Kit 49-22-0065

13283

Hole Saw Kit 49-22-4065

13 Piece

42273

Hole Saw Kit 49-22-4070

7 Piece

42274

Masonry Bits mfr# size 2/Card 48-87-8810 1/4” 48-87-0370 3/8” X 4” 48-87-8830 1/2” X 6”

Phillips Bits #2 — 10 Pk.

mfr# Webb# 48-32-1053 240500

Webb#

Accessories 54322 132630 132633

mfr# dESC. WEbb# Rubber Flex Key Holder 48-66-4040 13282 48-66-4080 54325 Key Chuck 48-66-3350 53597 Quick Change Chucks 48-03-0006 48-66-1360 1/2” Reverse Drill Chuck

111677 132432

Screw Guide 48-32-3020

240498

48-32-1043 252620

Rotary Hammer Chisels mfr# 48-62-2020 48-62-2000

210 14_Tools_p210.indd 210

description Webb# 12” Cold Chisel 83659 12” Bull Point Chisel 111416

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Power Venters & Draft SWG Power Venter Outdoor Mounted Power Venters for Oil & Gas

Stainless Steel Model Shown

The SWG is the safest, most efficient power venter available today. It combines the motor, blower, and vent hood in one complete, easy to install unit that significantly reduces motor noise. The SWG utilizes 100% negative pressure to effectively vent oil and gas-fired furnaces, heaters, boilers, gas-fired water heaters, and fireplaces through the sidewall. Models are available for residential, commercial, and industrial use. Some models are CSA listed and AGA approved. All are ETL listed. The standard SWG Power Venter is designed for walls up to 8” thick. PEK extension kits allow the SWG to be installed in walls up to 16” thick. The PEK kit includes the inner/ outer pipe extension, air flow damper, and one foot of 1/4” aluminum tubing. It is available for models SWG-4 through SWG-8.

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When to use the SWG:

Specifications Model SWG3 SWG4HD SWG4HDS SWG5 SWG5SS† SWG6 SWG8

Volts 115 115 115 115 115 115 115

A 3” 4” 4” 5” 5” 6” 8”

B 5” 6” 6” 7” 7” 8” 10”

C 91/16” 113/4” 113/4” 113/4” 113/4” 113/4” 113/4”

D E 81/2” 75/8” 91/2” 9” 91/2” 9” 103/4” 12” 103/4” 12” 103/4” 12” 117/8” 13”

venting

For use with oil or gas furnaces, boilers, and water heaters. • New construction. • When converting from electric to gas or oil. • To avoid relining a chimney. • When installing an additional heating appliance. • When co-venting a water heater with a furnace. Stainless Steel Model

F webb# 93/16” 54237 9” 68338 9” 250727 121/4” 54239 121/4” 217157 121/4” 54240 141/4” 54240

Sizing the Venter – Use Maximum BTU or GPH Input

MODEL SWG-3

MAX* OIL GPH INPUT

MAX** GAS BTU/HR. INPUT

N/A

70,000

SWG-4HD, 4HDS 1.10

170,000

SWG-5, 5S 1.85

290,000

SWG-6 2.65

416,000

SWG-8 4.75

740,000

MAXIMUM EQUIVALENT FEET OF VENT PIPE AT MAX BTU/HR. INPUT

AT 60% OF MAX BTU/HR. INPUT

VENT PIPE SIZE

21

80

3”

50

100

4”

35

100

4”

65

100

5”

100

100

6”

100

100

7”

16

44

4”

51

100

5”

95

100

6”

100

100

7”

28

78

5”

68

100

6”

100

100

7”

26

72

7”

51

100

8”

70

100

9” * Larger sizes available

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Power Venters & Draft

Combustion Air & Venting for Oil Application

Vent Hoods

ComboVent™

All Field Vent Hoods are made of heavy gauge aluminum and can be used with natural gas, LP gas or oil fired equipment. There are five diameters ranging from 3 to 8 inches. The concentric pipe, angled outlet deflectors and spaced plate design allow for better heat dissipation. This type of construction minimizes the effects of heat on the outside wall. The angled hood design reduces the effects of wind on the venting system. The inner and outer pipe are a continuous structure. This allows for easy installation to power venter or vent pipe and also eliminates possible positive pressure leaks in the wall section. Field Vent Hoods meet the highest standards for safety and reliability, built in accordance with guidelines from NFPA211, NFPA54 and ANSIZ21.47.

Features • Telescoping stainless steel body, accommodates walls up to 14” thick. • Combustion air connection included, provides fresh air directly to burner, coupler rotates 360º for easy installation. • Two piece backing plate, can be mounted at any point during installation, easier to service. • Slotted hood with larger screws, saves time during annual service. • Quick-connect electrical coupling, allows for easy motor access.

CV-4 1.10

.90

VENT PIPE SIZE

35

100

4”

65

100

5”

100

100

6”

100

100

7”

16

44

4”

CV-5 1.85

AT 60% OF MAX INPUT

AT MAX INPUT

51

100

5”

95

100

6”

100

100

7”

1.55

WEBB#

Vent Hood

PVO-300

1.00

1.50

287

150

75

2.25

Webb#

5”

257

6”

346

120

51

179170

172

70

Control Kits (CK) control the operation of SWG Power Venters. See the chart below to select the proper kit for your application. Control Kits are included with the models shown. Control Kits can also control the operation of Field Draft Inducers. Mfg# desc. CK-62 Oil CK-61 Oil CK-20F Gas – 30 mv CK-21 Gas – 30 mv CK-41F Gas – 24V CK-43 Gas – 24V CK-92F Gas – Co-venting multiple appl.

Dia.

145,000

220,000

310,000

Webb#

4”

305

145

64

179169

5”

247

100

54

6”

334

147

74

UNIT DIMENSIONS (INCHES) Model PVG/PVO-300

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HEIGHT

WIDTH

DEPTH

OUTLET

7.5

9.25

7.00

4.00

webb# 54247 54246 54243 68339 54245 90732 57567

CK Control Kit

Maximum equivalent horizontal pipe length (feet) BTU/HR Input

PVG-300

15

Required to Operate SWG Power Venter

PVG—Gas & PVG PAK

Model

webb# 46390 45119 45120 46391

Control Kits

0.75

PV Power Venter

Dim. F 75/8” 105/8” 105/8” 105/8”

379341

Maximum equivalent horizontal pipe length (feet) GPH Input 0.50

Dim. E 87/8” 125/8” 125/8” 125/8”

• PVG Power Venter. • PVO Power Venter. • Forced Draft System.

PVO­—Oil

0.40

Dim.D 43/8” 65/16” 8” 8”

For use with:

The indoor mounted PVG and PVO Power Venters provide an economical power venting system for gas and oil appliances. All controls are built into these units. A Vent Hood is required to terminate the vent system.

4”

Dim.C 81/2” 81/2” 81/2” 81/2”

* Larger sizes available

Indoor Mounted Power Venters for Oil & Gas

Dia.

Dim.B 5” Dia. 6” Dia. 8” Dia. 8” Dia.

372649

PV Power Venters

Model

Dim. A 3” Dia. 4” Dia. 5” Dia. 6” Dia.

mfg# Oil CK-62 CK-61 Gas CK-20F CK-21 CK-41F CK-43 CK-92F

Draft Proving Switch Gas Pressure Switch Secondary Safety Switch Thermal Post Purge Adjustable Electronic Post Purge Fixed Post Purge Draft Control

MAX oil GPH input 140 psi

Model # SWH3 SWH4 SWH5 SWH6

venting

MODEL

MAX OIL GPH INPUT 100 PSI

MAXIMUM EQUIVALENT FEET OF VENT PIPE

Application All oil fired systems. Thermally activated post purge. All oil fired systems. Adjustable post purge.

x x

x x x x

30 millivolt or 750 millivolt gas fired water heaters and gas fired pool or spa heaters with a manual or internally mounted thermostat. Gas fired instantaneous water heaters with a pressure tap port in the burner manifold. Furnaces, boilers, unit heaters and water heaters operating with a 24 VAC gas valve without factory mounted spillage switches. Draft induced 24 VAC gas valve systems. Includes a 4” MG-1 draft control and post purge. Gas fired furnace or boiler and a 30 millivolt operated water heater. Includes post purge.

x x

x

x x x

x

x

x

x

x x x

x

x

* Control Kits are ETL approved accessories when used in conjunction with the SWG Power Venter. F = Fixed Post Purge

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Power Venters & Draft/Combustion Air

Air Boosters

When to use an Air Booster:

Combustion Air System

Type AB

• When a room is too hot or too cold. • To improve air delivery to any room in a home or office. • Bad air flow to room additions. • On undersized branch ducts.

CAS-6, CAS-7

• Attaches to any size vent. • Automatic operation. • Adjustable control.

The Fan-in-a-Drum® is a commercial product designed to deliver combustion air into the mechanical room, boiler room or furnace location to overcome a confined space or inadequate air supply. CAS 6 & 7 are dual volt units for oil or gas applications.

electrical data Model

Volts (AC)

AB-6

.6

120

AB-8

Air Booster

Amps

.8

Hz

60

Watts

35 45

RPM

Thermal impectance protection

3000

Yes

maximum temp rating

air flow capacity cfm up to

Webb#

180

225

40470

160

425

49471

How the CAS-6 and CAS-7 work: When the thermostat calls for heat, the Fan-in-aDrum® engages and begins drawing outside air into the structure. When air flow is established, the CAS allows the burner to activate. The Fan-in-a-Drum® diffuses the outside air into the room near the burner to ensure air supply and promote efficienct combustion.

Combustion Air System Direct Connect The Field Combustion Air System (CAS) provides controlled amounts of outside air for proper combustion of oil or gas heating appliances. There are CAS models designed to work with a variety of gas or oil appliances, including models designed specifically for use with Beckett, Carlin, Wayne, Aero and Weil-McLain burners. Model CAS1 CAS2B CAS2C CAS2B-90E

Fuel Oil Oil Oil Oil

Burner Beckett AFII Beckett AFG or AF Carlin EZ-1, CRD, FRD Beckett AF/AFG

Appliance Input Up to 2 gph Up to 2 gph Up to 2 gph Up to 2 gph

Components webb# 4” Intake Air Hood 94164 4” Vacuum Relief Valve Field AirBoot® 94165 ® Field AirBoot 94166 For Furnaces 242091

When to use the CAS:

Fan-in-a-Drum Assembly

Model# CAS-6 CAS-7

CAS-6 OIL (GPH)

CAS-6 GAS (BTU/HR)

8” DUCT

10” DUCT

CAS-3, CAS-4

Intake Air Hood

These models are designed to provide combustion air for appliances when direct connection to the burner is not possible. According to NFPA 54-5.3.4, an Engineered system such as a CAS-3 or CAS-4 may be used to overcome a confined space. The CAS-3 is designed for use with oil appliances. The CAS-4 is for use with gas appliances with 24 VAC gas valve controls. Each is designed for optimum safety and includes a proving device that won’t allow the burner to engage without incoming air flow. Multiple units or additional controls are required for multiple appliance installations. Each is equipped with a two speed control for enhanced versatility.

Fan-in-a-Can Assembly

Model CAS3 CAS4

Fuel Burner Appliance Input Oil Any oil heating Up to 3.25 gph applicance Gas Any gas heating Up to 450,000 24v applicance BTU/HR

Components webb# 4” Intake Air Hood Fan-In-Can 94168 Assembly 6” to 4” Reducer Restrictor Plate 4” Intake Air Hood Fan-In-Can 94169 Assembly 6” to 4” Reducer Restrictor Plate

MAX. EQUIVALENT LENGTH OF PIPE, INCLUDING STARKAP® CAS-7 OIL (GPH)

CAS-7 GAS (BTU/HR)

10” DUCT

12” DUCT

3

420,000

410

1253

6

840,000

469

1167

3.25

455,000

344

1051

6.5

910,000

381

948

3.5

490,000

291

890

7

980,000

311

776

3.75

525,000

249

760

7.5

1,050,000

256

637

4

560,000

214

653

8.25

1,155,000

191

476

4.25

595,000

185

584

9

1,260,000

142

354

4.5

630,000

160

489

9.75

1,365,000

104

260

4.75

665,000

139

424

10.5

1,470,000

74

186

5

700,000

121

369

11.25

1,575,000

51

127

5.25

735,000

105

321

12

1,680,000

31

78

5.75

805,000

79

241

12.75

1,785,000

15

39

6.25

875,000

58

176

12.88

1,803,000

13

33

6.50

910,000

49

151

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Optinal Multiple Applicance Control for use with CAS-3 or CAS-4 Fan-in-a Can Model# HWK

Description Webb# Fan-in-a-Drum® 360684 255944 Fan-in-a-Drum®

MAX. EQUIVALENT LENGTH OF PIPE, INCLUDING STARKAP®

• Too tight construction. • Provide source of fresh air for combustion. • CAS-1 and CAS-2 connect directly to oil burners. • CAS-3, CAS-4 are for multiple appliances or when direct cconnection is not possible.

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Description Webb# Additional water heater control with CAS-4 45536

How the CAS-3 and CAS-4 work: When the thermostat calls for heat, the Fan-in-a-Can™ engages and begins drawing outside air into the structure. When air flow is established, the CAS allows the burner to activate. They diffuse the outside air into the room near the burner.

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Make-Up Air System

Draft Controls

Whole House Make-Up Air System

Type RC Oil or Coal – Residential and Commercial

The Field Make Up Air System solves the “sick house syndrome” caused by too tight home construction. This unique system provides fresh air automatically, using no electricity or special controls. And it actually meters the air flow to keep the home balanced. No negative pressure. No rushes of cold air in winter, hot air in summer. The result is evenly distributed, tempered air that keeps the home fresh, the furnace efficient and the occupants comfortable. The Field Metering Air System consists of an Intake Air Hood which is installed through the wall to allow outside air in. The hood is connected via flexible 6” duct or standard duct pipe (not included) to our metering air device. This device effectively meters the air inflow for proper air circulation, combustion, and balance.

RC — Draft Control

When to use the IAH: • Improve IAQ (Indoor air quality). • Stale air problems. • Too tight house construction. • Inadequate air changes. • Window condensation problems.

DI Series Field Draft Inducers solve the drafting problems caused by short chimneys, undersized flue pipes and negative building pressures. Draft Inducers are designed for easy installation in a wide variety of applications, including oil or gas fired furnaces, water heaters, and boilers. For venting a single appliance, a Draft Inducer Proving Switch (DIP-1) is recommended.

Draft Inducer

When to use a draft inducer: • • • •

Long horizontal vent runs. Undersized flue pipes. Short chimneys. Outside exposed chimney.

pipe dia (in.)

draft inducer (model)

static pressure (in w.c.)

gas firing with barometric draft control input (BTU-HR)

pipe dia (in.)

47

69,000

3

72

105,000

4

75

118,000

5

flow (CFW)

draft inducer (model)

static pressure (in w.c.)

flow (CFW)

input (BTU-HR)

pipe dia (in.)

36

72,000

3

55

96,000

4

65

134,000

5

draft inducer (model)

static pressure (in w.c.)

flow (CFW)

69,000

3 4

111,000

5

120,000

6

.05

82

123,000

6

.05

68

136,000

6

.04

68

279,000

5

.06

190

300,000

5

.07

156

312,000

5

.06

156

308,000

6

.07

210

340,000

6

.08

176

350,000

6

.07

175

330,000

7

.11

225

364,000

7

.09

189

400,000

7

.08

200

353,000

8

.07

240

390,000

8

.06

200

430,000

8

.05

215

522,000

8

.18

683,000

8

.15

355

710,000

8

.13

355

.15

880,000

9

.13

458

916,000

9

.12

908,000

10

.10

472

944,000

10

.08

1,092,000

12

.06

568

1,236,000

12

674,000

9

694,000

10

835,000

12

216

DI-1

DI-2

DI-3

.06

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.05 DI-1

DI-2

DI-3

.06

Dia.

circum.

4RC

4

3-4-5

91/2 - 153/4

94552

5RC

5

4-5-6

121/2 - 19

45129

6RC

6

5-6-7

153/4 - 22

9771

7RC

7

6-7-8

19 - 251/4

9772

8RC

8

7-8-9

22 - 281/8

9773

9RC

9

8-9-10

251/4 - 311/2

9774

MG-1 — Draft Control

A double-acting control for gas fired furnaces and boilers is widely used for conversion burner installations, gas draft-induced appliance operation with mechanical draft inducers or sidewall power venters. It is also recommended for use on gas atmospheric appliances where a draft hood cannot be installed, and can improve combustion stability and draft on many gas atmospheric installations with venting problems.

DI-1

DI-2

DI-3

48 67

.11

458

.09

472

.06

568

recommended pipe sizes

Control size

Dia.

circum.

Webb#

4-MG1

4

3-4

91/2 - 121/2

153629

6-MG1

6

5-6

153/4 - 19

68751

7-MG1

7

6-7

19 - 22

88842

8-MG1

8

7-8

22 - 251/4

163328

Webb#

recommended pipe sizes

Control size

Dia.

circum.

Webb#

10MMG2

10

9-10

281/4 - 311/2

70292

12MMG2

12

11-12

341/2 - 373/4

70293

MFR#

36 .05

Webb#

MFR#

oil or gas firing with barometric draft control

105,000

.04

Control size

MFR#

Type M+MG2 Solid, Oil or Gas Commercial/Industrial

Sizing Specification Chart gas firing with hood draft

recommended pipe sizes

Type MG-1 Gas

Draft Inducers

MFR# Description Webb# DIP1 Draft Inducer Proving Switch 45115

The Field RC is furnished as standard equipment on many leading brands of oil or coal fired heating equipment. It is calibrated to allow for easy adjustment to the furnace or boiler manufacturer’s specifications. Designed for settings from .02” to .08”, this control is so sensitive that instrumentation should be used when adjusting the unit during installation.

45112

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input (BTU-HR)

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Power Venters

Replacement Parts mfr# description Model HWK Power Venter Accessories 46086400 GSK-3 Spillage Switch Kit

SWG Series Power Venter Motor Assemblies SWG4RMK Replacement Motor Assembly Old Style SWG4HDRMK Universal Replacement Motor Assembly — SWGII4, SWG4HD SWG5RMK Universal Replacement Motor Assembly SWG6RMK Universal Replacement Motor Assembly

Tjernlund Power Venters SideShot® Series Models SS1, SS2, SS1C

webb#

The SideShot® models SS1 and SS2 SideWall Vent Systems include the UC1 Universal Control for increased safety, performance and reliability. Designed for oil fired heating equipment or a deluxe gas vent system. Patented vent termination propels flue gases at high velocities away from the building exterior, a necessity when venting oil fired equipment. Both models can be installed with zero clearance to combustible materials and have stainless steel construction in critical areas. Factory wired safety and operating controls allow for simple interlock with any burner. The new model SS2 features a selfcleaning stainless steel, backward inclined impeller and sealed ball bearing motor for virtually maintenance free installations. Ultra-fine draft adjustment and slide-out access to all internal components.. Easy multiple appliance interlocks with our MAC-Series Multiple Appliance Controls.

46389

69936 69937 69938 94163

CK-91 Gas Fired Appliance and Water Heater Combination Kit 46273100 24 Volt Pressure Switch 84511 46144700 Post Purge Timer/Relay 82654 46082700 TCA-1 Thermocouple Adapter 72434

Verify that the total BTU/hr input of the heating appliance(s) fall within the proper category listed below. Please note the capacity differs between the SS1, SS1C and SS2. To determine equivalent feet, add the total length of straight vent pipe plus 10 feet for each 90 degree elbow and 5 feet for each 45 degree elbow. Vent runs over 15 linear feet should use an approved, insulated vent connector to prevent problems related to condensation. Multiple appliance interlocks require the use of our MAC-Series Multiple Appliance Controls. The SS1 & SS1C feature a bottom or rear vent connection. The inlet collar accepts any brand or type of 6” diameter vent pipe.

CK-62 120 VAC Oil Fired Control Kit 46111100 120 Volt Relay 46086900 WMO-1 Secondary Safety Switch

Accessories for Draft Inducers and Control Kits 46080200 24 Volt SPDT Relay

SS1 Capacity 45127 45118

model SS1

Natural and lp gas

flame retention oil burner

conventional oil burner

max. equivalent feet

Webb#

50,000-160,000 BTU/hr

50,000-220,000 BTU/hr 1.55 gal/hr max.

50,000-180,000 BTU/hr 1.25 gal/hr max.

50 feet

95504

SS1C Capacity (For larger residential and commercial applications) 45116 model

flame retention oil burner

conventional oil burner

max. equivalent feet

WEBB#

50,000-315,000 BTU/hr 2.25 gal/hr max.

50,000-223,000 BTU/hr 1.59 gal/hr max.

50 feet (15.2 meters)

379226

SS1C

CK-61 Adjustable Oil Control 46144700 Post Purge Timer Relay

82654

SideShot® Model SS2 Application Tables Verify that the total BTU/hr input of the heating appliance(s) fall within the proper category listed below. Please note the capacity differs between the SS1, SS1C and SS2. To determine equivalent feet, add the total length of straight vent pipe plus 10 feet for each 90 degree elbow and 5 feet for each 45 degree elbow. Vent runs over 15 linear feet should use an approved, insulated vent connector to prevent problems related to condensation. Multiple appliance interlocks require the use of our MAC-Series Multiple Appliance Controls.

SWG SuperLube This specially designed synthetic lubricant provides quality protection for all SWG Power Venters and other sleeve bearing motors. Lubrication with SWG Superlube protects the motor at operating temperatures from -40º F to 300º F. Adding just 4 to 6 drops a year increases the life of the motor by up to 5 times. SWG SuperLube

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flame retention oil burner

conventional oil burner

max. equivalent feet

Webb#

70,000-168,000* BTU/hr

40,000-150,000 BTU/hr

40,000-125,000 BTU/hr

50 feet

197949

* Maximum capacity based on 13% Co2 and Max. 500ºF. inlet temperatures. Consult factory for details.

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Tjernlund Power Venters (continued)

Tjernlund Power Venters (continued)

The SideShot Series is recommended for oil applications. We recommend the use of our HS-Series venters for oil burner inputs larger than the SideShot® Vent System capacities. For Sidewall venting residential/light commercial natural gas, LP or oil fired equipment including: Furnaces, boilers, water heaters and unit heaters. All models feature the new UC1 Universal Control and a diaphragm Fan Proving Switch safety interlock which will shut down heating equipment if a venting malfunction occurs. Built-in adjustable damper also allows regulation for maximum combustion efficiency. UC1 Universal Control features include; adjustable pre and post-purge settings, LED Status/diagnostic indicators, Fan Prover switch monitoring. Interlocks with any 24-120 VAC burner control circuit and also includes “dry” contact actuation option. Easily interlock multiple appliances with our MAC-Series Multiple Appliance Controls.

Used for Side wall venting commercial natural gas or LP fired equipment including: boilers, water heaters and unit heaters. All models feature the new UC1 Universal Control and a diaphragm Fan Proving Switch safety interlock which will shut down heating equipment if a venting malfunction occurs. UC1 Universal Control features include; adjustable pre and post-purge settings, LED Status/diagnostic indicators, Fan Prover switch monitoring. Interlocks with any 24-120 VAC burner control circuit and also includes “dry” contact actuation option. Easily interlock multiple appliances with our MAC-Series multiple appliance controls. Allows for a significant reduction in vent pipe diameter to save on costly materials and labor. Built-in adjustable damper also allows regulation for maximum combustion efficiency.

HS Series Models HS1 & HS2

HS Series Commercial Models: HS3

®

vent pipe model dia.

btu/ hr input

MAX. PIPE LENGTH (FEET) AT STACK TEMP. GAS FIRED 300ºF

*HS1

150,000

100’

4”

6”

*HS2

6”

8”

MAX. PIPE LENGTH (FEET) AT STACK TEMP. GAS FIRED 400ºF

MAX. PIPE LENGTH (FEET) AT STACK TEMP. OIL FIRED 500ºF

60’

35’

200,000

87’

57’

27’

250,000

40’

12’

300,000

4’

150,000

100’

100’

100’

200,000

100’

100’

100’

250,000

100’

92’

300,000

30’

350,000

100’

100’

100’

400,000

100’

100’

100’

450,000

100’

100’

67’

500,000

100’

72’

67’

550,000

94’

600,000

15’

350,000

100’

100’

100’

400,000

100’

100’

100’

450,000

100’

100’

100’

500,000

100’

100’

550,000

100’

600,000

67’

CFM AT 70ºF (Static Pressure) model .0”

.50”

.75”

1.0”

1.4”

WEBB#

*HS3 115 VAC 1/4 HP 2.7 AMPS

158

115

95

12

163813

vent pipe dia.

8”

10”

btu/hr input

MAX. PIPE LENGTH (FEET) AT STACK TEMP. 100% DILUTION 300ºF GAS FIRED ATMOSPHERIC WITH DRAFT HOOD OR DRAFT DIVERTER

MAX. PIPE LENGTH (FEET) AT STACK TEMP. 25% DILUTION 400ºF GAS FIRED POWER BURNER WITH BAROMETRIC DRAFT CONTROL

450,000

100’

100’

500,000

100’

100’

600,000

100’

100’

700,000

7’

100’

450,000

100’

100’

500,000

100’

100’

600,000

100’

100’

700,000

21’

100’

WEBB#

163812

Table is based on straight vent pipe. 90 degree elbows are equivalent to 10 feet of straight vent pipe, 45 degree elbows are equivalent to 5 feet of straight vent pipe. Tjernlund Commercial Power Vent Systems include all necessary actuation, operation and safety controls. Tjernlund’s Fixed & Variable Speed Specified Systems are also available with virtually unlimited capacities.

VH1-Series Models: VH1-4, VH1-6, VH1-8

286

235

215

196

158

329222

Specially designed to terminate Tjernlund Side Wall Vent Systems. They are also an approved method of terminating many horizontally vented appliances. Vent hoods feature heavy duty, corrosion resistant aluminum construction. Models VH1-4 and 6 also have an additional heat shield for built in clearances from combustibles. Building exteriors are kept clean while the aesthetics of the structure remain undisturbed. All mounting hardware is included. Model# VH1-4 VH1-6 VH1-8

Description Webb# 4” Vent Hood 163824 6” Vent Hood 163825 8” Vent Hood 379223

* Oil applications must use the SideShot® Vent Systems or HSJ, HS1, HS2 models including UC1 Universal Control with integral Pre and Post-Purge settings.

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Tjernlund Power Venters (continued)

Tjernlund Power Venters (continued)

The UC1 is the new standard interlock control for Tjernlund’s full line of Fixed Speed Power Venters, Draft Inducers and Combustion Air In-Forcers. It can be interlocked with virtually any burner control circuit. Features include: adjustable pre & post purge, LED status/diagnostic indicators, 10 second prover switch delay to avoid burner start up and wind induced short cycling. Interlocks with any 24-120 VAC burner control circuit and also includes “dry” contact actuation option. Selectable voltage eliminates false activation by burner control circuits. After each burner cycle the UC1 will continue to operate in post-purge mode to allow the venter to purge the heater and vent of residual flue gases. A factory post-purge time is set at 2 minutes and is adjustable up to 16 minutes.

part# 950-0670 950-8804 950-0650 950-0640 950-0625 950-0635 950-0016

UC1 Universal Control

Side Wall Vent Systems Parts

The UC1 Universal control is standard in the following models: HSJ, HS1, HS2, HS3, HS4, HS5, SS1, SS1C, SS1R, SS2

* Replacement motors on SS1 with Date codes prior to 26/92 must order entire plenum section.

Power Venter Parts

Description Webb# Interlock Control 379225

MAC1E Multiple Appliance Control Used in conjunction with the UC1 Universal Control to easily interlock up to one additional 24 VAC, 115 VAC or millivolt controlled appliance with Fixed Speed Auto-Draft Inducer, Power Venters (Gas, Oil), Draft Inducers, or In-forcers. It activates the Venter through its connections to the UC1 and in turn relies on the UC1 Fan Prover safety circuit (P1 & P2) to allow its interlocked appliances to operate. Any pre/post-purge settings on the UC1 will be defaulted to the MAC1E. The MAC1E puts an end to difficult and costly job site wiring nightmares. Circuit board housed in oversized 18 gauge electrical box with multiple knock-outs for easy wiring connections. Model# MAC1E

Description Webb# Appliance Control 379227

part# 950-1020 950-1067 950-1030 950-1011

Description Webb# Motor Kit 192933 HST-J, HSJ, HSUL-J, HS115-5, HSI, HSU2-1, HST-1, HS115-1 Timer/Relay 1-10 Minute Adjustable 95506 HST-J, HST-1, HST-2, SS1, SS1C, SS1-R, SS2 Fan Prover With Sensing Tube Kit HS115-J, HSJ, HSUL-J, HST-J, HS1, HSUL-1, HST-1, HS115-1 152845 Wheel Kit 188537 HS1- HSUL-1, HST-1, HS115-1

Accessory Controls Parts part# 950-2080

Description Webb# Gas Pressure Switch 188540 WHKE, WHK-2

WHKE Millivolt Interlock Kit for Use with UC1 Control For use with the UC1 Universal Control, MAC1E or MAC4E auxiliary controls. The WHKE gas pressure switch actuates the Inducer/Venter through the A-B dry contacts on UC1, MAC1E or MAC4E. The Linear Limit switch disables the heater in the event of a venting malfunction. Includes JA1 thermocouple junction adapter. To interlock millivolt water heater(s) only with a UC1 controlled Inducer/Venter add a WHKE for each millivolt heater. To interlock a millivolt water heater and one 24/115 VAC furnace or boiler with a UC1 controlled Inducer/Venter, add a WHKE and a MAC1E. Model# WHKE

Description Webb# Interlock Kit 379224

Fresh Air In-Forcer™

F.W. Webb is the largest distributor of weil-mclain!

Features: • Affordably priced and installs fast. Plugs into electrical outlet. • Automatic clock/timer accommodates various air change requirements and lifestyles. • Warm incoming cold, fresh air by blending it with ambient room air before introducing it into home. • Damper closes during off cycles to prohibit cold air entry and warm air loss. Model# PAI-1T

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Model# UC1

Description Webb# SS1 Plenum Section (Includes UC1) 95505 SS1, SS1C, SS1-R, SS2 UC1 Control Circuit Board 256369 SS1 Fan Prover Kit 95507 SS1 High Limit Switch 95508 SS1 *Motor with Wheel 5/8” 95509 SS1 Wheel 5/8” Bore 95510 SS2 Prover (Old Style External J Box Mount) 215786


Z-Flex

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Z-Vent™ Special Gas Vent Aluminum Chimney Liner Kits For Category I Gas Fired Heating Equipment and Gas Fireplaces Aluminum 2-ply Chimney Liner Kit

Mfr# desc. 3X25G 3” X 25’ 4X25G 4” X 25’ 5X25G 5” X 25’ 5.5X25G 5.6” X 25’ 6X25G 6” X 25’ 7X25G 7” X 25’ 3X30G 3” X 30’ 3X35G 3” X 35’ 4X35G 4” X 35’ 5X35G 5” X 35’ 5.5X35G 5.6” X 35’ 6X35G 6” X 35’ 7X35G 7” X 35’ 8X35G 8” X 35’

webb# 74603 74604 74605 215867 74606 74607 249152 74609 74610 74611 203389 74612 74613 74614

B-Vent Connector The V-Vent connector is designed to connect a Z-Flex aluminum chimney liner to a vent connector made of any brand of B-Vent. It is UL listed with our aluminum chimney liner kits and is easy to install. Mfr# desc. 4GC 4” 5GC 5” 6GC 6” 7GC 7” 8GC 8”

webb# 74634 74635 74636 74637 74639

B-Vent Gas Connector To attach two lengths of liner. Mfr# desc. 4BVC 4” 5BVC 5”

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Mfr# desc. Z-Vent Pipe 2SVEPWCF0306 3” X 6” 2SVEPWCF0301 3” X 1’ 2SVEPWCF0301.5 3” X 18” 2SVEPWCF0302 3” X 2’ 2SVEPWCF0303 3” X 3’ 2SVEPWCF0304 3” X 4’ 2SVEPWCF0305 3” X 5’ 2SVEPWCF0308 3” X 8’ 2SVEPWCF0310 3” X 10’ 2SVEPWCF0406 4” X 6” 2SVEPWCF0401 4” X 1’ 2SVEPWCF0402 4” X 2’ 2SVEPWCF0403 4” X 3’ 2SVEPWCF0404 4” X 4’ 2SVEPWCF0405 4” X 5’ Elbows 2SVEEWCF0390 2SVEEWCF0490 2SVEEWCF0345 2SVEEWCF0445

3”, 90° 4”, 90° 3”, 45° 4”, 45°

webb# 95336 95335 192975 179232 95320 245595 95319 210883 192974 249174 206563 192979 224913 192976 204723

95323 95337 249176

Adjustable Wall Thimbles 2SVSWTF03 3” 2SVSWTF04 4”

95327 249175

Stainless Steel Chimney Liner Kit for Oil

Vent Terminations

Kit includes: Liner, deluxe rain cap, liner support, mortar collar, flashing.

Mfr# desc. Termination Coupling 2SVSTPF03 3” Z-Vent Rain Cap 2SVSRCF03

3”

webb# 151212 95328

Z-Vent Top Support/Storm Collar 2SVSLSF03 3”

95332

Z-Vent Adjustable Roof Flashing 2SVSADJF03 3”

95331

Z-Vent Fire Stop Spacer 2SVSFSF03 3”

95329

Z-Vent Fire Stop Support 2SVSFSSF03 3”

95330

Appliance Adapters Mfr# desc. Weil-McLain CGI Starter 2SVEWMFAF03 3”

95321 192973 95322 241497

Condensation Drains 2SVEVWCF03 3”, Vertical 2SVEDWCF03 3”, Horizontal 2SVEDWCF04 4”, Horizontal

Z-Vent™ Special Gas Vent (cont.)

webb#

4” X 3”

193335

Termination Tee 2SVSTTF03 2SVSTTF04

3” 4”

95324 222244

Termination Box 2SVSRTF03 2SVSRTF04

3” 4”

95338 222240

®

Weil-McLain GV (Series 2) Starter 2SVEMGVX03 3”

110578

Weil-McLain GV (Series 3) Starter 2SVEVSTF03 3”

206849

Stainless Steel Drip-Less Type A Connector 2CNNTRC06 6” 91875 2CNNTRC07 7” 91876 2CNNTRC08 8” 215480

Ametek Fan Connector 2SVSACAF03 3”

95341

Z-Vent Sealant 2SILRRTV106X

95333

3 oz. Tube

Utica Boiler Adapter 2SVSUBAF04 4”

249177

Buderus Starter 2SVB03

274892

Locking Bands 2SVSLBF03 2SVSLBF04

3” 4”

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Used to mate Z-Flex liner to liner, T-Section or stovepipe.

Stainless Steel Stacking Tee with Cap and Removable Nose Spout 2ZRBTXX05 5” 193396 2ZRBTXX06 6” 194014 2ZRBTXX07 7” 201909 Note: Z-Flex tees are designed to be used with both flex and rigid lining systems. Use Type A Connector to attach Flex to Tee section. 3” and 10” nose spouts are not removable.

Stainless Steel Nose Cone Guides Mfr# desc. 4NC 4” 5NC 5” 6NC 6” 7NC 7” 3NC 8”

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All Fuel Stainless Steel Z-Flex Mfr# desc.

95326

Condensation Drain Tube Kit 2SVEDTK Drain Tube Kit

webb# 163853 215823 74615 74616 74617 197991 74618 74619 74620 246751 201906 242086

165328

10” X 10”, width adjust from 5” to 10”

Reducers 2SVSR0403

Mfr# desc. 4X25O 4” X 25’ 5X25 5” X 25’ 6X25O 6” X 25’ 7X25O 7” X 25’ 8X25O 8” X 25’ 5X35O 5” X 35’ 6X35O 6” X 35’ 7X35O 7” X 35’ 8X35O 8” X 35’ 5X40O 5” X 40’ 6X40O 6” X 40’ 8X45O 8” X 45’

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Kit includes: • 2-ply aluminum liner. • Chimney flashing. • Rain cap. • Mortar collar. • 3 screws.

OEM specified and UL Listed Special Gas Vent for Category II, III and IV heating equipment. Z-Vent is approved as a replacement for high temperature plastic vent. • Simple gasketed connection – no sealant needed. • Features the highest pressure rating in the industry. • The only metallic special gas vent you can cut to length on site. • New fusion welded pipe seams for a smoother finish and better fit. • Compatible with all types of Z-Flex Z-Vent. • AL29-4C Stainless.

Z-Flex

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Type B Gas Vent — Round Pipe Section size webb# 3” X 6” 306847 3” X 12” 306848 3” X 18” 306850 3” X 24” 306851 3” X 36” 306852 3” X 48” 306853 3” X 60” 306854 4” X 6” 306887 4” X 12” 306888 4” X 18” 306890 4” X 24” 306891 4” X 36” 306892 4” X 48” 306893 4” X 60” 306894 5” X 72” 306957 5” X 12” 306958 5” X 18” 306960 5” X 24” 306961 5” X 36” 306962 5” X 48” 306963 5” X 60” 306964 6” X 6” 307024 6” X 12” 307025 6” X 18” 307027 6” X 24” 307028 6” X 36” 307029 6” X 48” 307030 6” X 60” 307031

mfr# 7GV06 7GV12 7GV18 7GV24 7GV36 7GV48 7GV60 8GV12 8GV18 8GV24 8GV36 8GV48 8GV60

size webb# 7” X 6” 307087 7” X 12” 307088 7” X 18” 307090 7” X 24” 307091 7” X 36” 307092 7” X 48” 307093 7” X 60” 307094 8” X 12” 307116 8” X 18” 307118 8” X 24” 307119 8” X 36” 307120 8” X 48” 307121 8” X 60” 307122

45° Elbow — Sizes 3” to 30” Sizes 3” through 14” adjust easily from 0° to 45°. Sizes 16” through 30” are non-adjustable. mfr# 3GVL45 4GVL45 5GVL45 6GVL45 7GVL45 8GVL45

size 3” Adj. 4” Adj. 5” Adj. 6” Adj. 7” Adj. 8” Adj.

webb# 306866 306907 306977 307043 307103 307131

Type B Gas Vent — Round Adjustable Lengths

Adapters

Increasers

Sizes: 3” to 8”–12” lengths. Adjustable from 3” to 10” Adjustable lengths telescopes onto standard pipe sections for adjustments from 3” to 10” for 12” lengths.

Offers secure, listed connections between Type B Gas Vent and gas vents of other manufacturers. Available in 3”, 4”, 5”, and 6” diameters in male and female end models.

Used to increase vent size.

mfr# 3GV12A 4GV12A 5GV12A 6GV12A 7GV12A 8GV12A

Constructed of 4 sections for smoother bends and less resistance. Adjusts from 0° to 90° easily to clear rafters or ceiling joists. mfr# 3GVL90 4GVL90 5GVL90 6GVL90 7GVL90 8GVL90

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size 3” Adj. 4” Adj. 5” Adj. 6” Adj. 7” Adj. 8” Adj.

webb# 306867 306908 306978 307044 307104 307132

mfr# 3GVWS 4GVWS 5GVWS 6GVWS 7GVWS 8GVWS

size 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

webb# 306880 306921 306990 307055 307112 307139

Tee Cap provides a closure for the branch of trunk of a tee.

Branch and trunk diameters are the same size. For small branch sizes, use a Reducing Tee up to 6” size. For larger sizes use increaser with standard tee. size 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

Provides 11/2” spacing.

Tee Cap

Standard Tee — Sizes 3” to 30”

mfr# 3GVT 4GVT 5GVT 6GVT 7GVT 8GVT

size webb# 4” Female 306896 4” Male 306897 5” Female 306966 5” Male 306967 6” Female 307033 6” Male 307034

Wall Strap

Adjustable 90° Elbow — Sizes 3” to 8”

webb# 306876 306916 306984 307049 307109 307136

mfr# 3GVTC 4GVTC 5GVTC 6GVTC 7GVTC 8GVTC

size 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

webb# 306877 306917 306985 307050 307110 307137

Draft Hood Connector Connects Type B Gas Vent directly to appliance draft hood. Flexible inlet can be shaped to fit oval draft hood outlets.

Increaser Tee — Sizes 4” to 6” Features branch with smaller diameter than trunk size. Convenient connection of furnace and water heater to a common vent. mfr# 4GVTR3 5GVTR3 5GVTR4 6GVTR3 6GVTR4

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mfr# 4GVAF 4GVAM 5GVAF 5GVAM 6GVAF 6GVAM

size webb# 3” X 12” 306849 4” X 12” 306889 5” X 12” 306959 6” X 12” 307026 7” X 12” 307089 8” X 12” 307117

size webb# 54 X 3” 306918 5” X 3” 306986 5” X 4” 306987 6” X 3” 307051 6” X 4” 307052

mfr# 3GVC 4GVC 5GVC 6GVC 7GVC 8GVC

A 6” 6” 6” 6” 6” 6”

webb# 306857 306898 306968 307035 307097 307125

Pipe Collar Provides a cover for rough wall openings. Fits double wall pipe only. mfr# 3GVPC 4GVPC 5GVPC 6GVPC

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size 3” 4” 5” 6”

webb# 306868 306909 306979 307045

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size webb# 3” X 4” 306882 3” X 5” 306883 3” X 6” 306884 3” X 7” 306885 3” X 8” 306886 4” X 5” 306923 4” X 6” 306924 4” X 7” 306925 4” X 8” 306926

mfr# 5GVX6 5GVX7 5GVX8 6GVX7 6GVX8

size webb# 5” X 6” 306992 5” X 7” 306993 5” X 8” 306994 6” X 7” 307057 6” X 8” 307058

Bucket Support Use the and hanger for starting a vent at ceiling level. Supports provide proper clearance and automatic positioning. Designed to fit between 16” O.C. Joists. Buckets only – available 9”– 22”. mfr# size 5GVRS6 5” - 6” 7GVRS8 7” - 8”

webb# 306981 307106

Bucket Support Hanger mfr# size 3GVRS4 3 - 4” 5GVRS6 5 - 6”

webb# 306873 306981

Firestop Support For supporting type B Gas Vent starting at appliance level. Serves as firestop, includes support bracket. Support bracket available separately (SB). mfr# 3GVRS 4GVRS 5GVRS 6GVRS 7GVRS 8GVRS

size 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

webb# 306872 306913 306980 307046 307105 307133

Wall Thimble Adjusts for various wall thicknesses from 4” to 6”. Provides proper clearance for vent from combustibles. mfr# 3GVWT 4GVWT 5GVWT 6GVWT 7GVWT 8GVWT

size 3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

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Chimney Type B Gas Vent — Round

DuraCap

Temperature Engineered Chimney

Storm Collar

Installed on homes and business structures to protect against wind conditions that can cause waste gases Serves as a counter flashing. Use mastic to seal the vent pipe. to spill back into the structure through the appliance draft hood. mfr# size webb# 3GVSC 4GVSC 5GVSC 6GVSC 7GVSC 8GVSC

3” 4” 5” 6” 7” 8”

306874 306914 306982 307047 307107 307134

mfr# 3GVDC 4GVDC 5GVDC 6GVDC 7GVDC 8GVDC

size webb# 3” Standard 306859 4” Standard 306900 5” Standard 306970 6” Standard 307037 7” Standard 307099 8” Standard 307127

mfr# 4GVFSR 5GVFSR 6GVFSR 7GVFSR 8GVFSR

mfr# 3GVFF 4GVFF 5GVFF 6GVFF 7GVFF 8GVFF

Chimney Sections

size webb# 3” Tall Cone 306860 4” Tall Cone 306901 5” Tall Cone 306971 6” Tall Cone 307038 7” Tall Cone 307100 8” Tall Cone 307128

mfr# 9403GA 9404GA 9405GA 9406GA 9603GA 9604GA 9605GA 9606GA

size 6” X 12” 6” X 18” 6” X 24” 6” X 36” 8” X 12” 8” X 18” 8” X 24” 8” X 36”

webb# 307200 307202 307204 307206 307317 307319 307321 307323

mfr# 9403 9405 9407 9603 9605 9606

size webb# 6” X 12”, SS 307198 6” X 24”, SS 307203 6” X 36”, SS 307205 8” X 12”, SS 307315 8” X 24”, SS 307320 8” X 36”, SS 307322

size webb# 4” Steep Pitch 306903 5” Steep Pitch 306973 6” Steep Pitch 307040 7” Steep Pitch 307102 8” Steep Pitch 307130

mfr# 6HS-015 8HS-015 6HS-030 8HS-030 6HSS-030 8HSS-030

size webb# 6”, 15° 46034 8”, 15° 46070 6”, 30° 46035 6”, 30° 46071 6”, 30°, SS 256236 8”, 30°, SS 245838

mfr# 6HS-AIS 8HS-AIS

size 6” 8”

webb# 153638 46414

Cap Durable, all stainless steel constructed cap is designed to minimize downdraft. Features its own spark arrestor and bird debris screen. size 6” 8” 10”

webb# 46091 46139 46288

Firestop is required at each floor level, except at ceiling support or roof support. Provides correct spacing to combustible materials as the chimney passes through a combustible floor.

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size webb# 6”, Standard 46039 6”, Standard 46040 8”, Standard 46075 8”, Med Pitch 256238 8”, Standard 46076

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Tall Cone Flashing For flat to 1/12 pitch roofs. Use on flat roofs in snowpack areas to reduce chances of leakage.

Attic Insulation Shield

Firestop Assembly

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Round Flashing Available in galvanized and aluminum models flat to 6/12 pitch (Standard) and for steeper pitches of 7/12 to 12/12 pitch, 13/12 to 18/12 pitch and 19/12 to 24/12 pitch.

mfr# 6HS-RCS 8HS-RCS 10FB-RC

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For use in pairs to permit chimney to “go around” joist, rafters or other projections. Add chimney sections between offsets to produce additional offset. Offsets are available with a stainless steel outer wall for corrosive environments.

Required shield for use in unoccupied attic areas to prevent insulation material from infringing on the 2 in. air space clearance. Stainless Steel

All Fuel Pipe

Flashings

Elbows

Temperature Engineered Chimney

Flashing – Standard Fits flat to 5/12 pitch roofs. Double seamed construction for protection from leakage. Standard flashing with 6” skirt (EFFU and RFFU). Flashing – Steep Pitch Fits 6/12 to 12/12 pitch roofs. Flashing – Tall Cone Fits flat to 1/12 roofs. use on flat roofs in snow-packed areas to reduce chances of leakage (12” riser). mfr# 3GVF 4GVF 5GVF 6GVF 7GVF 8GVF

webb# 306858 306899 306969 307036 307098 307126

Offsets

mfr# size webb# 6FT 6”, Tall Cone 46038 8FT 8”, Tall Cone 46074

Ceiling Support Assembly Use when chimney is installed in flat ceiling. 6” and 8” sizes fit between regular 16” O.C. ceiling joists. Cartoned to contain stainless steel flat black single wall adaptor. (For exposed-beam ceiling installations, use Roof Support Assembly). Flat black finish. mfr# size 6HS-CSA 6” 8HS-CSA 8”

webb# 46080 46128

Anchor Plate Use to support and connect chimney sections to a masonry firebox or an appliance which is specifically listed for direct connection to a plate and chimney system. mfr# 8HS-AP

size 8”

webb# 46134

webb# 46096 46144

Storm Collar Use with flashing to insure water-tight installation. mfr# 6SC 10SC

size 6” 10”

webb# 47072 46289

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Chimney Temperature Engineered Chimney Roof Support Assembly

Wall Thimble

For exposed-beam ceiling installations. Cartoned to contain stainless steel flat black single wall adaptor. (Use ceiling support assembly when chimney is to be installed in flat ceiling). Flat black finish.

Used with tee branch and chimney section to provide proper clearance to combustible materials. Flat black painted surface for interior wall eliminates need for trim plate.

mfr# size webb# 6HS-RSA12 6” X 11” L/Trim 46083 6HS-RSA24 6” 24” L/Trim 46084 8HS-RSA12 8” Round 46129 8HS-RSA24 8” 46131

mfr# size 6HS-WTP 6” 8HS-WTP 8”

webb# 46090 46138

Roof Brace Kit Use for tall chimneys or in windy areas to stabilize chimney above the roof. mfr# size 6HS-RBK 6” 8HS-RBK 8”

webb# 46100 46148

Chimney Tee Assembly – (HS-TA) Chimney tee, tee branch (made up of one 12” section of chimney), single wall adaptor, pipe and plate and tee cap. Use this combination where connection to chimney is made into branch of tee in “Through-the-Wall” installation.

Chimney Tee – (HS-T, HSS-T) Consists of chimney tee and tee cap in galvanized or stainless steel outer wall. mfr# 6HS-T 6HS-TA 6HSS-T 8HS-T 8HSS-T

size webb# 6” w/Cap 46036 6” w/Cap 153370 6” SS w/Cap 46037 8” w/Cap 46072 8” SS w/Cap 46073

Single Wall Adaptor Included in ceiling support assembly, roof support assembly and tee asembly for easier installation of single wall connector pipe. Stainless Steel. Flat black finish. mfr# 6SWA

size 6”

webb# 46101

Wall Support With Clean Out Supports chimney tee and chimney. Attach brackets to wall above or below heavy gauge base plate. Includes insulated tee cap. mfr# 6HS-WS 8HS-WS

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size 6” 8”

Support Bracket Assembly Bracket for supporting chimney pipe offset, or for securing outdoor chimney to exterior wall while maintaining proper 2” clearance to wall. mfr# 6HS-SBA 8HS-SBA 10FB-FBA

size 6” 8” 10”

webb# 46099 46147 246982

Chimney Kits Round Kit

Through-the-Wall Kit

Round kit contains stainless steel cap, standard flashing, storm collar, ceiling support and single wall adpator.

Through-the-Wall Kit contains stainless steel cap, tee assembly, round flashing, round storm collar, wall support, painted wall thimble and three support bracket assemblies.

mfr# size 6HS-RKS 6” 8HS-RKS 8”

webb# 46008 46010

Adjustable Roof Support Assembly Designed for sloped or open-beam ceiling construction in retrofit installations. Adjusts from flat to 24/12 roof pitches. mfr# size 6PL-ARSA 6” 8PL-ARSA 8”

webb# 212894 163032

mfr# size 6HS-TWK 6” 8HS-TWK 8”

webb# 46010 72933

Open Beam Kit Open beam kit contains stainless steel cap, standard flashing, storm collar, roof support and single wall adaptor. mfr# size 6HS-RKRS 6”

webb# 213143

webb# 46088 152873

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Technical Information Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 232-256 Technical Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257-281 Cross Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 282-295

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Troubleshooting SV950/SV9502 SmartValve™

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16

INSET A

CHECK FOR PROPER VOLTAGE AT CONTROL HARNESS (SEE INSET A). VOLTAGE SHOULD BE 24V BETWEEN THERMOSTAT OR PRESSURE SWITCH AND 24V COMMON, AND 24V 2 BETWEEN 24V COMMON AND 24V HOT.

NOTE: BEFORE TROUBLESHOOTING, BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE STARTUP AND CHECKOUT PROCEDURE. ALSO CHECK PILOT BURNER ELEMENT FOR RESISTANCE LESS THAN 10 OHMS WITH ELEMENT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE.

NO

YES

PLUG HARNESS INTO SmartValve CONTROL. WAIT FOR INTERNAL CHECK DELAY

YES

NO

EFT OUTPUT 24 VOLT COMMON

24 VOLT HOT

CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR MISSING TERMINALS IN CONNECTOR

CHECK: • LINE VOLTAGE POWER • LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER • LIMIT CONTROLLER • THERMOSTAT • WIRING • AIR PROVING SWITCH ON COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER SYSTEM • VENT DAMPER (IF USED) IS OPEN AND END SWITCH MAKES WITH PILOT BURNER CABLE CONNECTED, MEASURE VOLTAGE AT SmartValve HSI ELEMENT 1 2 OUTPUT (SEE INSET B) 24V NOMINAL.

END VIEW OF CONTROL HARNESS CONNECTOR

HSI TERMINALS

PLUG HARNESS INTO SmartValve CONTROL. WAIT FOR INTERNAL CHECK DELAY (SV9501) OR PREPURGE (SV9502)

REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL

NO

IGNITER WARMS UP AND GLOWS RED

REPLACE IGNITER/FLAME ROD ASSEMBLY NO

• TURN ON GAS SUPPLY • PILOT BURNER LIGHTS

CHECK THAT PILOT GAS IS FLOWING. WAIT TO ASSURE PILOT GAS TUBING IS PURGED.

YES

YES

MEASURE VOLTAGE BETWEEN 24V HOT AND 24V COMMON LEADS TO SmartValve CONTROL. MUST 2 MEASURE AT LEAST 19.5 VAC WITH IGNITER POWERED. SEE INSET A TO IDENTIFY PROPER LEAD. THIS CHECK MUST BE DONE WITH THE SmartValve CONTROL CONNECTED AND IGNITER POWERED.

NO

YES

NO

YES

NO

NO

WITH PILOT BURNER CABLE CONNECTED, MEASURE VOLTAGE AT SmartValve HSI ELEMENT 1 2 OUTPUT (SEE INSET B) 24V NOMINAL.

END VIEW OF CONTROL HARNESS CONNECTOR

EFT OUTPUT 24 VOLT COMMON

24 VOLT HOT

CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR MISSING TERMINALS IN CONNECTOR

CHECK: • LINE VOLTAGE POWER • LOW VOLTAGE TRANSFORMER • LIMIT CONTROLLER • THERMOSTAT • WIRING • AIR PROVING SWITCH ON COMBUSTION AIR BLOWER SYSTEM • VENT DAMPER (IF USED) IS OPEN AND END SWITCH MAKES

INSET B HSI TERMINALS

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NO

REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL

YES

1

REPLACE IGNITER/FLAME ROD ASSEMBLY

REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL NO

• TURN ON GAS SUPPLY • PILOT BURNER LIGHTS

CHECK TRANSFORMER AND LINE VOLT SUPPLY

24 VOLT THERMOSTAT OR PRESSURE SWITCH

NOTE: BEFORE TROUBLESHOOTING, BECOME FAMILIAR WITH THE STARTUP AND CHECKOUT PROCEDURE. ALSO CHECK PILOT BURNER ELEMENT FOR RESISTANCE LESS THAN 10 OHMS WITH ELEMENT AT ROOM TEMPERATURE.

START • TURN OFF GAS SUPPLY • ASSURE SmartValve SWITCH IS IN ON POSITION • DISCONNECT SYSTEM CONTROL HARNESS • SET THERMOSTAT TO CALL FOR HEAT CHECK FOR PROPER VOLTAGE AT CONTROL HARNESS (SEE INSET A). VOLTAGE SHOULD BE 24V BETWEEN THERMOSTAT OR PRESSURE SWITCH AND 24V COMMON, AND 24V 2 BETWEEN 24V COMMON AND 24V HOT.

INSET B

YES

1

INSET A

technical information

IGNITER WARMS UP AND GLOWS RED

24 VOLT THERMOSTAT OR PRESSURE SWITCH

troubleshooting

SV9501/SV9502 SmartValve™ TROUBLESHOOTING SEQUENCE

SV9500 SmartValve™ TROUBLESHOOTING SEQUENCE

START • TURN OFF GAS SUPPLY • ASSURE SmartValve SWITCH IS IN ON POSITION • DISCONNECT SYSTEM CONTROL HARNESS • SET THERMOSTAT TO CALL FOR HEAT

Troubleshooting SV950/SV9502 SmartValve™

YES

NO

CHECK THAT PILOT GAS IS FLOWING. WAIT TO ASSURE PILOT GAS TUBING IS PURGED. RECYCLE CALL FOR HEAT IF NECESSARY.

REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL

YES

MEASURE VOLTAGE BETWEEN 24V HOT AND 24V COMMON LEADS TO SmartValve CONTROL. MUST 2 MEASURE AT LEAST 19.5 VAC WITH IGNITER POWERED. SEE INSET A TO IDENTIFY PROPER LEAD. THIS CHECK MUST BE DONE WITH THE SmartValve CONTROL CONNECTED AND IGNITER POWERED.

YES

REPLACE IGNITER/FLAME ROD ASSEMBLY

NO

CHECK TRANSFORMER AND LINE VOLT SUPPLY

YES

REPLACE IGNITER/FLAME ROD ASSEMBLY

• CHECK THAT PILOT FLAME MAKES GOOD CONTACT WITH PILOT BURNER FLAME ROD. • CHECK FOR GOOD ELECTRICAL CONNECTION THROUGH THE PILOT TUBING. • IF BOTH OF THE ABOVE ARE GOOD, REPLACE IGNITER/FLAME ROD ASSEMBLY

MAIN VALVE OPENS AND MAIN BURNER LIGHTS YES

NO

MAIN VALVE OPENS AND MAIN BURNER LIGHTS YES

CYCLE THERMOSTAT OFF AND BACK ON NO

SYSTEM IS OKAY

1

MAIN BURNER LIGHTS

IGNITER WILL STAY ENERGIZED AS LONG AS APPLIANCE CALL FOR HEAT IS IN PLACE.

2

WHEN MEASURING VOLTAGE AT CONNECTIONS, USE CARE TO ASSURE TERMINALS ARE NOT DAMAGED.

CYCLE THERMOSTAT OFF AND BACK ON

REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL

M17146

SYSTEM IS OKAY

1

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NO

MAIN BURNER LIGHTS

IGNITER WILL CYCLE OFF AND BACK ON ONCE DURING THE 90 SECOND IGNITION TRIAL. ALL VOLTAGE MEASUREMENTS MUST BE TAKEN WHILE THE IGNITER IS POWERED.

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REPLACE SmartValve CONTROL

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Electrical System Troubleshooting YES

NO

If it is determined that problem is not fuel related but instead is electrical in nature, follow the boxes until the problem is solved. Then run the unit or a cycle to be sure problem does not repeat.

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• Remove primary control cover. • Jump the thermostat T-T terminal on the primary control if not done. • Reset safety switch.

CAUTION Be sure fire chamber is free of any unburned fuel.

Electrical System Troubleshooting troubleshooting

Does burner start?

Electrical Troubleshooting

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caution

• If the relay contacts pull in but are “chattering”, relay is bad and control needs to be replaced. • If relay contacts pull in and burner runs but still shuts off on safety, replace CAD CELL eye. • If burner starts but stops shortly after (short cycles) without tripping safety switch, check for loose wire and replace primary control.

YES

to test primary control safety shutdown • After burner starts, disconnect one wirelead from the cad cell at the primary F-F terminal. Primary control should shut down on safety after 15 to 45 seconds.

If any problem repeats itself, start over.

Does burner continue to run?

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Does transformer have good spark? NO

• Check wire contacts. If good, and system has primary control, replace transformer.

YES

YES

Primary Control • Remove the primary control from the burner housing and check if voltage is being supplied to the control at the black and white wires, use a meter. Voltage should be 120 volts. • Do not make contact with transformer springs.

Is 120 volts present? NO

• Reset safety switch. • Check the same white lead with orange lead for power to motor and transformer.

Is 120 volts present?

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Always turn off electrical power when removing or replacing controls and be alert and careful when troubleshooting controls with power on.

• If 120 volts is present and the transformer has a good spark but the motor doesn’t start, the problem can be either the motor or pump. Carefully turn motor fan. If it rotates easily, motor needs to be replaced. If hard to spin, turn power off and remove motor. With motor off the burner, try again. If it doesn’t run, replace motor.

NO

Find and repair open circuit.

Find and repair open circuit.

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Troubleshooting Fuel System

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Troubleshooting Fuel System

Is oil flow steady and without air bubbles or foam?

YES

• Remove nozzle assembly; check gap between electrode rods; adjust as necessary. • Check electrode rods–they should be clean with no carbon build up–and check porcelain insulator for cracks; clean and remove any carbon build up. • Reassemble nozzle assembly onto nozzle supply line and direct spray into a container.

• Does oil supply tank have enough oil in it? If not, fill with at least 10 gallons of fuel if tank is 275 gallons. • Are all oil supply line valves open? • Are all oil supply line fittings tight, not to allow air leakage?

Is blast tube free of any obstruction?

A

YES

• Run for a cycle to be sure flame doesn’t cut out.

YES

If any problem repeats itself, start over.

Does unit continue to run without shutting off on safety?

NO

NO

Clean out using a brush.

16

NO

• If noisy, open inspection door. • Nozzle may be too large or unit may need to be vacuumed out.

• Clean or replace CAD CELL eye.

Does unit continue to run without shutting off on safety?

Replace nozzle.

YES

NO YES

Go to Box A.

Is oil flow steady and without air bubbles or foam? YES

Close valve before filter. Place a container under oil filter. Remove can. Remove and check oil filter element.

Is canister full of oil?

See Electrical Troubleshooting.

YES

Remove pump cover. Is pump strainer clean?

NO

NO

With can off and a container under filter assembly, open valve.

Is oil filter element clean?

Does oil flow?

NO

Replace oil filter and gasket. The pump stainer may need to be cleaned or replaced as well.

• Reassemble nozzle line. • Restart burner.

Is flame uniform and relatively quiet?

NO

NO

• • • •

YES

technical information

Is oil flow steady and without air bubbles or foam?

NO

• Check blast tube for any obstructions or carbon build-up on end cone.

Is spray a fine mist with no restriction or dripping?

Repair as needed.

Place a container under pump bleeder and bleed pump.

troubleshooting

Always turn off electrical power when removing or replacing controls and be alert and careful when troubleshooting controls with power on.

YES

• Clean or replace. • Nozzle may also need to be replaced.

YES

• Check coupling between pump and motor.

Is it turning? NO

• Remove motor from burner housing. • Turn pump shaft by hand.

YES

• Check tube for any obstructions or carbon build-up on end cone.

YES

Replace pump. Go back to Box A.

Is blast tube free of any obstruction? NO

Replace coupling.

Does shaft turn freely in direction of arrow on pump cover?

NO YES

• Oil line must be restricted or clogged. • Use a pressure vacuum pump to remove blockage in the oil lines until oil flows unrestricted.

NO

Clean out using a brush.

Go to Box A.

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Troubleshooting Fuel System

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16

If this circumstance occurs, all unburned fuel must be removed and all surfaces wiped clean of fuel all the way to and including the chimney base.

Is safety lockout switch out?

YES

NO

YES

NO YES

Is motor overload switch tripped? Reset.

YES

Does burner start? NO

See Electrical Troubleshooting.

Does burner start? NO

Run unit for a full cycle to be sure problem doesn’t repeat.

• Start checking for voltage at the first control that power is being supplied to on the boiler. • Check all ground wire connections. • Check all electrical contact, wire nuts, and screw terminals. • See Electrical troubleshooting Primary control.

Is oil flow steady and without air bubbles or foam? NO

See Fuel Troubleshooting chart.

YES

• Use an insulated screwdriver to check transformer for spark. Start at either spring and gradually work to halfway point. Spark should be white to blue and should be able to reach half way between springs. Check both directions. • Transformer springs must make full contact with electrode rods. NO

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• Reassemble nozzle line and put transformer back in place. • Reset safety switch.

Is flame steady and does burner continue to run for a cycle without shutting down on safety? NO

• If flame is good but burner shuts off on safety, see Electrical Troubleshooting. • If flame isn’t steady, see Fuel Troubleshooting.

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1. Dirty boiler water in the system. 2. Low water pressure. 3. Bad control or thermostat wiring. 4. Zone valve. 5. The heating supply or radiator being air-bound. 6. A frozen zone. 7. Too small of a nozzle being used. 8. The circulator coupling. Before starting to look for the problem, make sure the thermostats are calling for heat. You may be able to hear the problem at the boiler. A broken circulator coupling inside the housing is an easy fix: turn off the power to the boiler and replace the coupling. Make sure the circulator shaft can turn easily, you may need to oil it or replace the entire circulator. If there’s no noise, check the boiler water pressure gauge there should be at least 15 p.s.i. Add water from the boiler feed valve as needed. Check the supply and return pipes to feel if they’re hot. If the supply and the return aren’t hot, check the boiler temperature gauge. If the temperature is low, check the high limit setting on the aquastat - it should be between 160 to 180 degrees for the winter. The low setting on the aquastat should be at least 20 degrees lower than the high setting. If the supply is hot but the return isn’t, re-check the circulator; be sure that power is being supplied to it. If it is not, check the wiring contacts: if good, check for an open circuit. Power should be being sent to the aquastat or primary control. If there is no power, replace the unit that is bad. If power is being supplied, check to see if the circulator is turning. On a one piece circulator that has the motor bolted directly to the circulating pump housing you should be able to teil if it’s vibrating, if the unit is turning. If the unit is not turning, first try and unfreeze it by turning the motor. If the circulator that isn’t working has a motor attached to the pump housing and uses a coupling to connect them, turn the power off to the boiler. Depending on what type of coupling is used unbolt the motor and coupling and remove them. With the motor removed, check the pump shaft in the housing to make sure it rotates easily: if not, oil or replace the whole assembly. If the circulator is a one piece unit, having the motor attached right to the housing with no coupling, then replacing it is more involved. With the power off, close the valve above the circulator and the one before the feed valve: if there is no valve, or it is not working, close the main water supply valve. With this done, drain the boiler until the boiler gauge reads “0” psi. Disconnect the electrical wiring to the circulator and remove the four bolts which attach it. The replacement circulator should fit right into place. No matter which you do, always replace all gaskets with new ones. If the circulator is working and the system has a zone

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If all else is working the system may be air-bound and you will have to bleed the system. When you feel the return pipe getting hot, and if you see air bubbles leaving the system with the water flow, you know that the system was airbound. You may also need to bleed the radiators. If the return line isn’t coming back hot or isn’t coming back at all, the line might be frozen. The best way to keep pipes from freezing is to insulate them with either foam fitting sleeves or fiberglass wrapping. Electric wrap heating tape works well and is not expensive if used only during the cold season. If everything else is working properly but the supply and the return are just warm and not hot, and if the boiler temperature gauge is showing no more than 160 degrees, the nozzle might have been incorrectly sized. Check the boiler information label for the correct size. If back pressure exists you’ll have to vacuum the boiler. If the nozzle is correct and the previous problem still exists, then the boiler water may be dirty. Dirty water will not rise high enough tin temperature on cold days and will need to be flushed. Replace with clean water and bleed the system of air. First step in troubleshooting the pressure relief valve is to check the boiler pressure gauge reading: if it is 25 p.s.i. or more, proceed with the troubleshooting. Check to see what type of water expansion unit the system is using. If an expansion tank is being used, it is most likely the cause and needs to be drained. When replacing any valve or component that is in the heating system piping and under pressure, turn off power to the boiler, turn water supply off, and drain the boiler of all pressure. A closed system will create a vacuum, you can open the pressure relief valve, which will break the vacuum and drain out the water. When finished, bleed the system of air. Where an Extrol tank is used on the system, it may have become water logged. An easy test to determine this is placing one hand at the top of the tank and the other at the bottom: you should feel a difference in temperature, with one side being hot from the boiler water, the other side remaining cool. If no difference in temperature can be felt, the tank is water logged and needs to be replaced. If a difference in temperature does exist, the Extrol tank is functioning properly. System pressure should return to 15 p.s.i.: if it does not, try draining the boiler drain valve of a small amount of water to drop the pressure gauge reading to 15 p.s.i. This should solve the problem, but it id important to remember when you are finished to listen for the sound of water being added to the boiler and to check the boiler gauge again.

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• Check to be sure electrical power is being supplied to unit (all electrical switches, fuses and circuit breakers are on). • If EMERGENCY switch is off restore power. • Check motor overload switch. • Make sure unit is calling for heat by turning up thermostat. A line voltage thermostat acts as a switch and must make contact to close the circuit.

• Disconnect nozzle line and position it into a container. • Tighten the nut on pump side of line before restarting burner. • Reset safety switch.

valve, check it. If it is not working you can manually open it like a flow-check valve for a temporary fix.

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There can be additional reasons for not having heat. They can include:

MAKE SURE FIRE CHAMBER IS FREE OF ANY UNBURNED FUEL

This is a very dangerous condition and needs immediate attention to correct it. If the primary control does not shut the system down on safety, unburned fuel may continue to be sprayed into the fire chamber.

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No sound should be evident, if you hear this, close the valve located right before the feed valve: this will stop the water from entering, the feed valve is not operating correctly and needs to be replaced. There are two types of boiler feed valves: both are “fast-fill”, one, called a dual valve, also functions in combination as a pressure relief valve. If the system is currently using a dual valve, you can either replace it with another valve or add a pressure relief valve into the system along with a feed valve. When installing the new valve, use a piping compound and Teflon tape on all but the first two threads of the valve. Also check whether or not town or local codes require a backflow preventer. If the valve is operating correctly and no water is entering from this point, and you can hear the water running and the boiler continues to release water out the pressure relief valve, an increase in pressure on the gauge, the domestic hot water coil may have a small hole in it. To test for this, close the water supply to the coil and listen to see if it stops the water from entering the boiler.

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TESTING COMBINATION CONTROLS STOP! READ THIS ADVISORY NOW! These procedures are for use by professional service technicians to test safety controls. They are for professional use only by qualified persons familiar with oil heating systems, equipped with the proper tools and test equipment, familiar with all governing codes and ordinances, and licensed by the proper authority where applicable.

If the water stops flowing, the coil needs to be replaced. If the boiler pressure gauge shows 15 to 25 p.s.i. and the pressure relief valve is still discharging water or dripping, the valve is not seated properly and needs to be replaced. Clean off and lift the lever momentarily to relieve pressure and to reseat the valve. If dripping still continues, the valve needs to be replaced. When installing the new valve, use piping compound and Teflon tape on all but the first two threads of the valve: to ensure that no foreign matter enters the valve body.

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Bleeding the System of Air 1. Turn power off. 2. Attach a hose to purge valve. 3. Close the shut off valve. 4. Open the purge valve while adding water into the system from the feed valve. 5. After air is removed from the system, close the purge valve and stop adding water. 6. Reopen the shut off valve. 7. Check water pressure (15 to 20 psi.) If more than one zone, continue the same steps for all zones. When the boiler is back on, as the cold water is heated it may bring the boiler water pressure higher than 20 psi. Open the boiler drain valve to bring the pressure back down to 15 to 20 psi, or the pressure relief valve will open to discharge the higher pressure.

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I M P O R TA N T • Boiler temperature must be at least 150° to use these procedures. • Tests must be performed exactly as written in the order listed. • The control must pass all tests to be considered good. • If control passes, reconnect wiring and adjust temperature and differential settings. Whenever the voltmeter icon appears in a test, measure the voltage between terminal 2 and each test terminal. If results match exactly, proceed to the next test. If results differ, stop and condemn control. The light bulb symbol means the terminal should be energized. PROCEDURE FOR TESTING:

HONEYWELL L8024A & L8124A BEFORE TESTING THE CONTROL:

Bleeding the System of Air with Zone Valves 1. Turn power off. 2. Attach a hose to purge valve. 3. Close the shut off valve. 4. Open the purge valve while adding water into the system from the feed valve. 5. After air is removed from the system, close the purge valve and stop adding water. 6. Reopen the shut off valve. 7. Check water pressure (15 to 20 psi.) If more than one zone, continue the same steps for all zones. When the boiler is back on, as the cold water is heated it may bring the boiler water pressure higher than 20 psi. Open the boiler drain valve to bring the pressure back down to 15 to 20 psi, or the pressure relief valve will open to discharge the higher pressure.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

With power on, check that there is power between terminals 1 and 2. Turn off power. Use a meter to verify power is off. Disconnect low voltage wires from T-T terminals. Disconnect line voltage wire on B1 terminal. Set high limit above water temperature. Set low limit below water temperature. Set the differential at 10°.

TEST TERMINALS

TEST NO.

B1 C1 ZC ZR

DO THE FOLLOWING:

1

Turn on power

2

Jump T-T terminals

3

Set High Limit below water temperature

4

Set Low Limit above water temperature

5

Remove T-T Jumper

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HONEYWELL R8182A, H* and W-R 6C93 BEFORE TESTING THE CONTROL: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

With power on, check that there is power between terminals 1 and 2. Turn off power. Use a meter to verify power is off. Reset safety switch. Disconnect low voltage wires from T-T and F-F terminals. Disconnect line voltage wire on B1 terminal. Set high limit above water temperature. Set low limit below water temperature. Set the differential at 10°.

TEST TERMINALS

TEST NO.

DO THE FOLLOWING: Turn on power

2

Attach flame simulator to F-F terminals. Jump T-T terminals

3

Disconnect flame simulator from either F teminal. When relay pulls-in, start timing safety.

4

After relay locks out on safety.

5

Reset safety. When relay pulls-in, reattach flame simulator to F terminal. (Relay should continue to run and not lock out)

6

Set High Limit below water temperature

7

Set Low Limit above water temperature

8

Remove T-T Jumper

To discourage unauthorized changing of Aquastat® settings, a procedure to enter the adjustment mode is required. To enter the adjustment mode, press the UP, DOWN, and I buttons simultaneously for three seconds. Press the I button until the feature requiring adjustment is displayed: • HL—High Limit. • LL—Low Limit. • Ldf—Low Limit differential. • F - C—°F or °C. Then press the UP and/or DOWN buttons to move the set point to the desired value. After 60 seconds without any button inputs, the control will automatically return to the READ mode.

UNDERSTANDING HONEYWELL DIFFERENTIALS Low Limit/Reverse Differential On Temp Rise — Adjustable On Temp Fall — 10° Non-Adjustable

EXAMPLE: High Limit set at 180° Burner off = 180° Burner on = 170°

EXAMPLE: Low Limit set at 160° Differential set at 20° Burner off (circ. on) = 170° Burner on (circ. off) = 150°

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To use the L7224U in a cold start boiler application, disable the Low Limit function by pressing the UP arrow button, DOWN arrow button and I buttons simultaneously for three seconds. Then push the I button until LL is displayed. Then press the down arrow button until OFF is displayed.

Text

Description

bt HL LL Hdf Ldf tt tte brn cir Zc Zr err f c

Boiler Temperature High Limit Low Limit High Limit Differential Low Limit Differential Local Thermostat Status Enviracom Thermostat Status Burner Status Circulator Status Zone Control Zone Request Error Code Degrees Fahrenheit Degrees Celsius

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Table 1. LED Error Codes error code

cause/action

Err1

Sensor fault; check sensor.

Err2

ECOM fault; check EnviraCOM. wiring.

Err3

Hardware fault; replace control.

Err4

B1 fault; check B1 wiring/voltage.

Err5

Low Line; Check L1-L2, 110 Vac.

Err6

Fuse; Check ECOM wires, Replace fuse.

Err7

EEPROM, HL, LL, Hdf, Ldf, Reset to default values.

Err8

Repeated B1 fault (voltage present at B1 when output is turned off); check B1 wiring/voltage.

Display

In the RUN mode, the Aquastat® will flash “bt” (boiler temp) followed by the temperature (i.e., 220), followed by °F or °C.

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On the L7224U the High Limit, High Limit Differential, Low Limit, and Low Limit Differential can be adjusted to the settings recommended by the boiler OEM.

Adjusting Settings

* The R8182H has no B1 terminal. Instead it uses a wire (usually orange) to connect to the burner. Instead of F-F terminals, it uses two wires, (usually blue or yellow) to connect to the flame detector leads. Adjust the procedure accordingly for this control.

High Limit Differential On Temp Rise — 10° Non-Adjustable On Temp Fall — 10° Non-Adjustable

The following service procedure provides a quick overview for L7224 Series Controllers. For more information, refer to form 69-1384.

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B1 C1 ZC ZR

TECHNICIAN’S QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Pressing the I button again will display the LL (Low Limit) followed by a three-digit number and the corresponding degree designator. See the table below for an explanation of display readout. After approximately 60 seconds without any key presses, the display will enter a dim display mode. To return to the bright display mode, simply press and release any key.

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PROCEDURE FOR TESTING:

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To read boiler settings, press the I key to read the parameter of interest. For example, press I (HL) High Limit is displayed, followed by a three-digit number, i.e., 220, followed by ºF or ºC.

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System response

Thermostat calls for heat.

Circulator starts when water temperature is above Low Limit setting (if applicable). Boiler temperature is checked. Burner starts when water temperature is below High Limit setting.

Boiler exceeds the High Limit.

Burner is turned off. Burner restarts when the water temperature drops below the High Limit setting minus the differential.

Thermostat is satisfied.

Circulator and burner turn off.

Error conditions 1-5.

If an error condition is detected, all outputs except ZC are shut down. Burner is off. Control continues to function and restarts when error is corrected. During the error check sequence, the system checks for drift in the sensor and corrosion in the connections. If error condition 6 or 7 occurs, the control has reset the High Limit, Low Limit and Differential Setting to a default setting and will continue to run at those settings. Performance of the system will be degraded.

Error condition 8.

If the error condition is detected, all outputs except ZC are shut down. Burner is off. Control continues to function and restarts when all three user keys have been pressed longer than 60 seconds.

System condition Boiler is cold, house is cold

check

action

Display is ON; TT-LED is ON B1 LED is ON

120 Vac at B1B2

• If no, replace control. • If yes, check burner and wiring.

Display is ON; TT-LED is ON

Refer to err on display

Installation and Wiring • HeatManager mounts directly to Aquastat™ or electric junction box.

— • 120 Vac at C1-C2, check wiring to pump. • Wiring ok, is pump running? If not, replace the pump. • If pump is running, check for trapped air or closed zone valves.

Boiler is hot, house is cold

Troubleshooting

When attempting to diagnose system performance, reference the LED display to help identify specific areas not working properly. The LED display will scroll “err”, followed by a digit (1-8). See Table 1 for a description of the error and suggested actions. See below for a troubleshooting guide.

diagnostic condition

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Display is ON; TT-LED is ON C1 LED is ON

120 Vac at C1-C2

Display is ON; TT-LED is ON C1 LED is OFF; ZC LED is ONb

Boiler below the Low Limit temperature, wait for boiler to go above Low Limit temperature.

Display is ON; TT-LED is ON ZC LED is OFFc

Boiler above LL? If yes, check for 120 Vac between ZC and L2

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Error conditions 6-7.

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Table 2. L7224 Controller Operating Sequence

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• If no 120 Vac, replace control. • If yes, check zone relays, circulators and wiring.

. Refer to Fig. 5 for Display and LED locations. . ZC LED ON indicates ZC terminal power is OFF. c . ZC LED OFF indicates ZC terminal power is ON. a b

Table 3. Troubleshooting Guidea System condition

Boiler is cold, house is cold

diagnostic condition

check

action

Display is OFF

120 Vac system power.

Turn system power on.

Display is ON; TT-LED is OFF

24 Vac T-T

No 24V; replace control

Display is ON; TT-LED is OFF

24V present; disconnect thermostat, short T-T

Boiler starts, check wiring and thermostat

• Complete installation instructions and wiring diagram are supplied with product.

Typical 115/230V Power & Control — Boiler Burner Circuit

. Refer to Fig. 5 for Display and LED locations. b . ZC LED ON indicates ZC terminal power is OFF. c . ZC LED OFF indicates ZC terminal power is ON. a

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Boiler Controls: Dual Aquastat Multizone

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T T

F F

Boiler Controls: Single High-Limit Aquastat POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT BREAKER

SINGLE AQUASTAT CONTROL

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

L2(NEUTRAL)

SERVICE OR EMERGENCY SWITCH

L1 (HOT)

CIRCULATOR

L2 (NEUTRAL)

IGNITION TRANSFORMER

SERVICE OR EMERGENCY SWITCH

POWER IN

B

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CIRCULATOR ZONE 1

B

B

EMERGENCY SWITCH

R

2 WIRE

W

IGNITION TRANSFORMER

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

POWER IN

W

BURNER MOTOR

B

W

W

B

BURNER MOTOR

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

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PRIMARY CONTROL

L1(HOT)

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT ZONE 2

B

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PRIMARY CONTROL

DUAL AQUASTAT CONTROL

LINE VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT ZONE 1

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W W

EMERGENCY SWITCH

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B

3 WIRE

2 WIRE

2 WIRE B

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B

W R

W

W B

HIGH

R

3 WIRE W

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2 WIRE

JUNCTION BOX (1800 BOX)

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B

B

JUNCTION BOX (1900 BOX)

W

B

W

B

JUMPER

W

B

2 WIRE

B

W

B

LOW

SINGLE HIGH LIMIT AQUASTAT

W

B B

2 WIRE

2 WIRE

2 WIRE

W

W

B

2 WIRE WHT BLK

WHT BLK

CIRCULATOR

CIRCULATOR

2 WIRE WHT

B CAD CELL

W

W

B

BLK

CIRCULATOR

B B

W B

IGNITION TRANSFORMER

B = BLACK WIRE W = WHITE WIRE R = RED WIRE

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BB

B = BLACK WIRE W = WHITE WIRE R = RED WIRE

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Boiler Controls: Triple Aquastat (L8124A)

POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT BREAKER

LOW VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT LOW VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

L2 (NEUTRAL) SERVICE OR EMERGENCY SWITCH

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T T

B 2 B1

LOW VOLTAGE THERMOSTAT

SWITCHING RELAY PRIMARY CONTROL

T T JUMPER TRIPLE 6 AQUASTAT 4 CONTROL 2 1 3 5

L1 (HOT)

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POWER SUPPLY CIRCUIT BREAKER

Boiler Controls: Low Voltage Thermostat

T T

RA117A STACK RELAY

L2 (NEUTRAL) F F

TRIPLE AQUASTAT CONTROL

L1 (HOT) SERVICE OR EMERGENCY SWITCH

C2 C1

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T T ZRZ C

T T 1 2 3

B2 B1 C 2 C1

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24V WIRE

STACK RELAY RA117A

POWER IN B

W W

B

NOT SHOWN ADDITIONAL ZONE WIRING R845A RELAY

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T

THERMOSTAT 24V

BURNER MOTOR

JUMPER R

WHT 2

2 WIRE

1

4

3

BLUE BLK

WHT

WHT

BLK

B

T

T

2

RED

4 WIRE

B W

BLK

3 WIRE

BURNER MOTOR

EMERGENCY SWITCH

W

T T

B

WHT

2 WIRE

WIRE

POWER IN

1

BLK

BLK

WHT

RED

W

2 WIRE

CIR

5

3 MOTOR 4 IGNITION 3

3 WIRE

6

EMERGENCY SWITCH

2 WIRE

6

4

2 WIRE

2

BLUE 3

B = BLACK WIRE W = WHITE WIRE R = RED WIRE

R845A

T

T

BLK

WHT

L2

WHT

BLUE

WHT BLK

T

T

BLK

BLK

WHT

THERMOSTAT 24V

WHT

2

1 BLUE

3

WHT

CIR

4

WHT

BLK

B1

B2

RED

ZR

2 WIRE

W

B

24V WIRE

R

B C2

BLK

WHT

BLUE WHT

BLK

IGNITION TRANSFORMER

B B

B B

CAD CELL

WHT

NOT SHOWN ADDITIONAL ZONE WIRING R845A RELAY

WIRE

BLUE RED

BLUE

R845A

ZC

ZR B2

B1

C1 C2

BLK WHT

BLUE

WHT

BLK

T T

THERMOSTAT 24V IGNITION TRANSFORMER

T

L8124A AQUASTAT RELAY

CIR

1ST ZONE THERMOSTAT 24V

B

T

WHT

BURNER MOTOR

WHT

BLK

L2

BLK

WHT BLK

W

BLUE

WHT

L1

2 WIRE

4 WIRE

WHT

C1

BLK

2 WIRE

BLK

WHT

RED

4 WIRE

B

BLUE

ZC

WHT BLK

5 WHT

RED

WHT

BLK

WHT

L8124A AQUASTAT RELAY

BLUE

6

CIR

5

1

L1

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CIRCULATOR

BURNER PRIMARY CONTROL

BB

2 WIRE WHT

2

3

6

4

1 BLUE 1

WHT

CIR WHT BLK

4 WIRE

5 RED

WHT

BLK

CIR

W OR B BURNER MOTOR

F

F

T T

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R7184 Series Primary Controls TECHNICIAN’S QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE

Any time the motor is running, press and hold the reset button to disable the burner. The burner will remain off as long as the button is held and will return to standby when released.

The following service procedures will help you become familiar with the R7184 series primary controls. For control operation, please refer to the basic control functions described on the next page. For further information, wiring instructions and troubleshooting, please refer to the R7184 Installation Instructions, form number 69-1233.

Table 1. LED indicator Key

Priming the Pump

Cad Cell Resistance Check

STANDBY

status

On

Flame sensed.

Off

Flame not sensed.

Flashing (1/2 sec. on, 1/2 sec. off)

Lockout/Restricted Lockout.

Flashing (2 sec. on, 2 sec. off)

Recycle.

While the burner is firing, and after the ignition has been 2. While the ignition is on, press and release the reset turned off, press and release the reset button (hold 1/2 button (hold 1/2 second or less). If the control has second or less) to check the cad cell resistance. The LED will flash 1 to 4 times, depending on the cad cell not locked out since its most recent complete resistance (see Table 2). For proper operation, it is im heat cycle, the lockout time will be extended to 4 portant that the cad cell resistance is below 1600 ohms. minutes (45 seconds in earlier units), and the ignition will remain on for the entire heat cycle. Table 2. Cad Cell Resistance 3. Bleed the pump until all froth and bubbles are LED Flashes Cad Cell Resistance (ohms) purged. If prime is not established within the 0—400 1 extended lockout time, the control will lockout. 400—800 2 Press the reset button to reset the control and 800—1600 3 return to step 2. S1600

NOTE: The reset button can be held for 30 seconds at any time to reset the control’s lockout counter to zero and send the control to standby. Table 3. R7184 Series Control Features 4. Repeat steps 2 and 3, if needed, until the pump is model Advanced features fully primed and the oil is free of bubbles. Then Interrupted ignition microprocessor-based control. R7184A terminate the call for heat, and the control will All features of the R7184A plus a 15-second R7184B valve-on delay. resume normal operation.

Resetting From Restricted Lockout

If the control locks out three times in a row without a complete heat cycle between attempts, the lockout becomes restricted in order to prevent repetitious resetting by the homeowner. To reset, hold down the reset button for 30 seconds (until the LED flashes twice).

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Typical Sequence of Operation (Fig. 1) 1

led

4

6. RUN. The burner runs until the call for heat is satisfied. The burner is then sent to burner motor-off delay, as applicable, or it is shut down and sent to standby.

R7184Pa

All features of the R7184B plus a burner-off delay: field-selectable 1/2, 2, 4 or 8 minutes.

R7184P/R7184U

All features of the R7184P above, plus dry alarm contact terminals (30 Vac, 2A maximum). All delays can be field disabled together by a DIP switch setting.

. Burner-off delay timings may be different.

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8. BURNER MOTOR-OFF DELAY. If applicable the fuel valve is closed and the burner motor is kept on for the selected burner motor-off delay time before the control returns the burner to standby.

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7. RECYCLE. If the flame is lost while the burner is firing, the control shuts down the burner, enters a 60-second recycle delay, and then repeats the ignition steps outlined above. If the flame is lost three times in a row, the control locks out to prevent cycling with repetitious flame loss caused by poor combustion.

RECYCLE

Fig. 1 Typical sequence of operation. 1. STANDBY. The burner is idle, waiting for a call for heat. When a call for heat is initiated there is a 2- to 6-second delay while the control performs a safe start check.

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5. IGNITION CARRYOVER. Once flame is established, the ignition remains on for 10 seconds to ensure flame stability. It then turns off.

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2. VALVE-ON DELAY. As applicable, the ignition and motor are turned on for a 15-second valve-on delay. 3. TRIAL FOR IGNITION (TFI). The fuel valve is opened, as applicable. A flame should be established within the 15-, 30-, or 45-second lockout time. 4. LOCKOUT. If flame is not sensed by the end of the TFI, the control shuts down on safety lockout and must be manually reset. If the control locks out three times in a row, the control enters restricted lockout. Follow the instructions on the front of this card to reset the control.

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L1 “DIP Switch S1 - Field Settings” on page 11. Harness NOTE: See Control powered- Call for heat Not Flash Applicable (normal operation) NOTE: Any connector can be used. EnviraCOM thermostats Connector Trial For Ignition =Heartbeat 6 seconds Red LED Status Code Table 6. DIP Switch (S1) settings - Field XFMR Heatsettings. Fan OFF Delay - 60 seconds ON ON Flame present 4 Pressure Switch ope - Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds a Fixed parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted at any and Error Description Code Straight Spade Flame Flame Sense Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) CONT EnviraCOM™ diagnostic or communications device Trial For Ignition or R - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds Straight Spade COOL Circulator cool speed output Individual Switches HEAT FAN OFF DELAY time. Periodic Blink Call for heat - Low flame current Check: Flame rod for contamination or loose Quick Connect HEAT Quick Connect FUSE b DIP Switch S2 – Safety Timings Pulse Control powered (Standby; No wiring; low gas pressure. HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON ON EAC Electronic Air Cleaner 120 Vac Output EAC DIP Switch S1 Descriptions SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 24 VAC 12-pin connector Main Harness See Table 2 on page 7. Call for Heat)Limit Code Table 7. DIPTrial Switch (S2) S1 For Ignition = 8settings seconds - Safety timings Table 5. Fixed Parameters Connector Heartbeat Call for heat Flame sense out of Check/Repair: Flame at burners, if present HEAT SECTION Circulator heat speed output - Ignition Activation Period = 5 seconds COM FLAME SECTION COOL Cool Fan OFF Delay - 0 seconds OFF 10 7 4 1 Heartbeat Call for Heat - Normal Individual Switches 5 valve. Limitoperation switch o - Flame still present replace gas - Flame Recognition Period = 3 secondssequence Fixed Parameter Setting Straight Spade 24 VAC Transformer - 24 Vac CONT Continuous circulation M24909 Cool Fan OFF Delay - 60 seconds ON Pressure Switch Codes Quick Connect OFF AllSW1 other conditionsSW2 Not Applicable DIP Switch S2 Descriptions PLASTIC MOUNTING TRAY Pre-Purge 30 seconds a COM Transformer - Common XFMR Transformer 120 Vac Output The shorter of the two periods listed (17 seconds) applies to the first trial only, M24908 Fig. 2. DIP Switch (S1) Shown with factory default settings; all off 2 Pressure Switch failed Open while theWarm-up longer Time period (27aaseconds) applies to theOFF subsequent OFF trials during the Inter-trial Purge 60 seconds HSI Igniter = 17/27 seconds Fuse Block Fuse Fuse - Automotive Type - 3.0 Amps L1 Flash Code Descriptions: Line 120 Vac hot power supply Heat Fan ON Delay 30 seconds OFF sameTrial callFor forIgnition heat. = 4 seconds NOTE: FIELD SETTINGS (Page 11) Pulse: A 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off time. Fig. 1. Typical Mounting Orientation showing wiring connections to Postpurge the 15 seconds - Ignition Activation Period = 1 second Humidifier 120 Vac output S9200U1000 Heat Fan ON Delay - 60 seconds ON Table 4. Wiring Connections (Class 1, Line Voltage). HUM Heartbeat: Constant 0.5 second bright 0.5 second dim cycles. LED INDICATORS - Flame Recognition Period = 3- seconds The field settings can change EGRATED FURNACE CONTROL Coolbe Fanchanged ON Delay whenever necessary. The 5 seconds - Periodic Blink: 0.5 second on, 0.5 second off. During local history recall, this faultFlame Cod This is the default setting. PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input The S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs (See Fig. 4 on page 9 takes effect for the next situations which are being influenced by that Connection is flashed as a 1 + 2 pattern. Ignition Retries retries (3 retires total) 6 Unexpected flame for location on board): change. If for example a particular delay is Fan in progress settings are COOL FAN OFF Heat OFF Delay2- and 120 seconds OFF OFF ON Circulator Motor Park 120 DELAY Vac Input Terminal Type (see Fig. 4) Connects S9200U1000 to:PARK Pressure Switch failed HSI Igniter Warm-upOFF Time = 17/27ba seconds During local history recall, this fault is flashed as a 1 +32 pattern. flame to beClosed off afte changed, the currentIgnition delayRecycles setting is not influenced by3 that change. The Trial Flame For Ignition =Amber: 6 secondsindicates flame status recycles (4 cycles total) second dela — Heat Fan OFF Delay 180 seconds OFF ON Neutrals 120 Vac Input Neutral, Transformer Neutral, Electronic Recalling the Status Code History ENVIRACOM COMMUNICATIONS 4-pin connector • IgniterSeeStraight Table 3Spade on page 8 Table field settings are not considered safety critical therefore, changes to Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds s 12. Test Mode Parameters HEATCirculator FAN ON DELAY Table 9. Control Status Codes — Status Red: indicates general system status and error Quick Connect Air Cleaner Neutral, Neutral, Humidifier (male terminals) Inducer Autobe Restart Delayat any time 1installation. hour - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds these parameters can made during and -after Soft Lockout C You may perform the following procedure multiple times to confirm that Heat Fan OFF Delay 90 seconds ON OFF EnviraCOM™ communication is a standard featureHarness on the Neutral Timing codes. ed have Timing Test Mode Parameter Modified ou viewed all the currently stored error codes. Flash S9200U1000. EnviraCOM™ can be used to controlConnector system operation HSI— Igniter Time = 30/30 seconds OFF Red LEDON Status Code NOTE: See “DIP Switch S1 - Field Settings” onHeat pageFan 11. OFF Delay - 60 seconds ONWarm-up ON E-COM Green: indicates EnviraCOM™ bus activity WIRING CONNECTIONS NOTE: Any connector can be used. Fixed Parameter Setting Trial For Ignition = 6 secondsCode a by way of an EnviraCOM™ enabled thermostat and perform advanced seconds Pre-Purge 5 seconds Red LED Statu and Error Description Check /Flash Repair MOUNTING HOLE (X2) o recall the error code history and display it via the red status LED, Straight Spade COOL Circulator cool speed BOARD outputCLIPS (X6) HEAT FAN OFF DELAY Pressure - Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds 2 69-2087 69-2087 are those settings which 3 may not be adjusted at any 4 69-2087 4 69-2087 a Switch opened during diagnostics when connected to EnviraCOM™ tools Fixed parameters Straight Spade Flame Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) Code and Error Desc See- Flame “Troubleshooting” on page 19 for information about specific flash Quick Connect enabled erform Table 3. Wiring Connections (Class 2,diagnostic Low Voltage). Flame Failure ResponseDIP Time Switch S2 – Safety 2 seconds (maximum) Trial For Ignition or Run Mode Recognition Period = 3 seconds seconds the following: HSI Warm-up 17 seconds Timings Pulse Control powered (Standby; No Not Applicable such as the web based EnviraLNK® remote diagnostics application, theElectronic Air time. EAC Cleaner 120 Vac Output Quick Connect 1 4 codes as referenced in the checkout procedures. PARK PARK HUM Call for Heat) Table 7. DIP Switch (S2) settings - Safety S1 2+1 Soft Lockout - Exceed OnWatch QuickLook™ 72Connection and the W8735D Telephone Access Module Fault De-bouncing Time 2 seconds 1. Jumper the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to HSItimings Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON ON seconds Ignition Activation 3 seconds HEAT and flame Circulator heat speed output number of retr (TAM). InTerminal additionType to alarms, key information such as state Limit Code Trial For Ignitionprocedures = 8 secondsHeartbeat Use the following only forCall theforintegrated Table 5. Fixed Parameters terminal D/1. Heat - Normalfurnace operation control; Not Applicable (normal operation) (see Fig. 4) Connects S9200U1000 to: Individual Switches Compressor Short Cycle Delay 5 minutes second • Flame Recognition 1 second Ignition Activation Period = 5 seconds current can be sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table see- individual component instructions for additional checkout Within 0.5 seconds, the red status LED stops normal CONT 13. Continuous circulation M24909 5 Limit switch open Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds Fixed Parameter Setting Pressure Switch Codes screw D/1 (optional) EnviraCOM™ Data Connection (if used) procedures. operation and turns on solid to indicate that the jumperaisquick overview for6-position Switch S2 20 Descriptions SW1 SW2 Flameprocedure Recognition Period seconds seconds Trial for Ignition 4 seconds This following service procedure provides the This following False service provides aDIP quick overview for the terminal XFMR Transformer 120 Vac Output Table 11. S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms sensed. Fig. 2. DIP S2 Switch (S1) Shown with factory default IFC. settings; all off information, refer to form 69-2075. 2 Pressure Switch failed Open Check: If inducer is running, inducer could be Pre-Purge 30 seconds C/3 24 volt ground S9200U IFC. For more information, refer to form 69-2075. S9200U For more a The shorter (#5 screw) Heat Cycles to Safety Timings Selection LockHSI Igniter Warm-up Time 10=cycles OFF seconds Heat Fan ON Delay 15 seconds of the two OFF periods Table listed (17 appliesCodes to the first trial only, broken or disconnected, or inducer relay K4 may 17/27a seconds 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1 jumpered. 8. seconds) Flame status L1 Line 120 Vac hot power supply 2+3 Soft Lockout - Exc NOTE: FIELDS1SETTINGS (Page 11) Trial For Ignition = 4 seconds while the longer period (27 seconds) applies to the subsequent trials during the Inter-trial Purge 60 seconds R/2 Alarm 24 volt hot - Thermostat After a 5 second time-out, the red status LED turns off, have failed. seconds • Heat Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds maximum Ignition Activation Period = 1 second WIRING HARNESSES WIRING HARNESSES Flash Alarm Description Number Comment same call for heat. Amber LED Status Code HUM Humidifier 120 Vac output Check/Repair: Low line voltage; Pressure switchnumber of indicating that error code recall is pending. DIP Switch (S1 and S2) settings - Flame Recognition retries where the las Period = 3 seconds Postpurge 15 seconds W Thermostat Heat Input wiring loose; hose disconnected or leaking; a The field settings can be changed whenever necessary. The change seconds Post-Purge 5 seconds and Error Description Check / Repair Code The following field and safety parameters may be set using DIP Table 1. Main harness plug connector 12-pin This device has no alarms Table 1. Main harness plug connector 12-pin retry was due to the This is the default setting. PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input LED INDICATORS 0 Not Applicable water in hose; venting blocked or obstructed. E-COM takes effect for the next situations which are being switches influenced byand thatS2. Refer to Fig. 4 on page5 seconds Cool FanS1 ON Delay G Thermostat continuous fan input switch openin Flame Code 9 for the location of the two (Class 2, Low Voltage) (Class 2, Low Voltage). 3. Within 10 seconds of the red status LED turning off, remove the. seconds Cool Fan ON Delay change. If for example 2 seconds a particular delay is in progress and settings are The S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs (See Fig. 4 on page 9 a seconds OFF Control poweredNo flame Not Applicable (normal operation) OFF ON PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition 1 Display/Diagnostics 3 Pressure Switch failed Closed Check: If inducer is off; inducer relay (K4) could HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27 DIP switch blocks. thermostat screw-terminal Ignition Retries The retries retires=total) Y Thermostat cool input / cooling contactor output for 2 Unexpected +4 Soft Lockout Exc 6 be welded. flame - Waiting- for delay setting is notL1influenced change. Pin # R/2 to terminal Function Pin #by that Function2Trial for location on board): sequence For(3Ignition 6 seconds seconds D/1 jumper. Cool Fan OFF Delay changed, the current 0 seconds Heartbeat Control powered- Call for heat Not Applicable (normal operation) EnviraCOM Straight Spade Neutrals thermostats 120 Vac Input Neutral, Transformer Neutral, Electronic maximum flame(shorted); to be off after number the 20 o field settings are not considered safetyXFMR critical therefore, changes to Check/Repair: Terminal wiring -settings Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds (S1) - Field settings. 1 High Limit Out 1 High Limit Ignition Table Recycles6. DIP Switch 3Out recycles (4 cycles total) Flame present Quick where the last recycle • This activates the error code recall. second delay Pressure switch failed to open in the ignition 3 Connect Display/Diagnostics Air Cleaner Neutral, Circulator Neutral, Humidifier — Flame - Amber: indicates flame status pressure switch contacts (closed when should - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds these parameters can be made at any CONT time during and afterFlame installation. 3-pin E-COM EnviraCOM™ diagnostic or communications device 2 Flame Sense - Flame Signal Input (90 Vac, current Polarized limited) 2 Sense - Flame Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) Neutral sequence Switches — Periodic Status system status beor open); have watera flame failu Auto Restart Delay 1Individual hour Blink- Red: Call indicates for heat - Lowgeneral flame current Check: Flameand rod forerror contamination loosepressure switch hoses connector Soft Lockout Codes HEAT FUSE HSIHot Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ONb OFF 3 24 Vac Hot 3 24 Vac MPORTANT build-up or obstruction. codes. NOTE: See “DIP Switch S1 Field Settings” on page 11. wiring; low gas pressure. 2+5 Soft Lockout - Exc The pressure switch opened in run or trial 98 Display/Diagnostics NOTE: Any connector can be used. Trial For Ignition = 6 seconds EAC DIP Switch S1 Descriptions SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 If the R/2 to D/1 terminal jumper is not removedNot within the 24 VAC 12-pin See Table 2 on page 7. 4 Used (TBD) 4 Not Used -(TBD) maximum number o for more than connector the allowable timeMain Harness 4 Pressure Switch opened during Check: See if inducer is running. Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds Fixed parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted at any ConnectorStraight Spade 10 seconds, the history will be erased. — E-COM indicates EnviraCOM™ bus activity Heartbeat - Green: Call for heat - Flame sense out of TrialCheck/Repair: Flame at burners, Check/Repair: if present where the last recycle Flame Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) 5 Rollout Switch Out WIRING CONNECTIONS 5 Rollout Switch Out For Ignition or Run Mode Restricted venting; low input Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds COM FLAME COOL Fixed Parameter Setting Flash Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds OFF 10 7 4 69-2087 69-2087 3 4 present 69-2087 5 Red LEDtheStatus Code time.12 MOUNTING HOLE (X2) Limit switch open 26 Connect Display/Diagnostics sequence - Flame still replace gas69-2087 valve. limit circuit open Quick BOARD CLIPS (X6) voltage; water inahorizontal vent length. Straight Spade 24 VAC Transformer - 24 Vac 24LED, Vac Common 6 24 Vac Common limitDescription remained open l Code and Error 4. Each saved error code6 blinks once on the red status See “Troubleshooting” on page 19 for information about specific flash HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON ON Table 3. Wiring Connections (Class 2, Low Voltage). Cool Fan OFF Delay 60 seconds ON Flame Failure Response Time 2 seconds (maximum) Quick Connect Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics OFF All other conditions Not Applicable PLASTIC MOUNTING TRAY three minute 7 High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out 7 High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out Limit Code — E-COM Green: indicates EnviraCOM™ bus activity Trial For Ignition = 8 seconds 1 4 WIRINGstored CONNECTIONS Table 5. Fixed ParametersSetting starting with the most recently error code. codes as referenced in the checkout procedures. PARK PARK HUM COM Transformer - Common Fixed Parameter Flash M24908 — E-COM Green: indicates EnviraCOM™ bus activity 2+1 Soft Lockout - Exceed maximum Red LED Status Code - Ignition Activation Period = 5 seconds Fault De-bouncing Time 2- seconds Connection MOUNTING HOLE (X2) 8 WIRING CONNECTIONS Chassis Ground Soft lockout due to flame current 5BOARD CLIPS (X6) Display/Diagnostics 8 Setting Chassis Ground FixedParameter Parameter Flash a integrated afollowing switch open restricted airflow number through of heat Red Limit LEDDescription Status Code Check: Wiring; retries - Flame Recognition Period 19 = 3 seconds Fuse Block(see Fig. 4) Fuse Fuse - Automotive Type - 3.0 AmpsMOUNTING HOLE (X2) Fixed Setting BOARD CLIPS (X6) Use the procedures onlyCode for 5the control; Flash Code Descriptions: OTE: If there are no error codes to display, the red status LED immediately returns to nor-(ClassTerminal Check /filters; Repair See “Troubleshooting” on page for information about specific flash Type Connects S9200U1000 to: Table 3. Wiring Connections 2, Low Voltage). Heat Fan ON Delay 30 seconds OFF Flame Failure Response Time 2 seconds (maximum) a and Errorfurnace 2 + slow 6 circulator Soft Lockout 9 Valve Common Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 9 Compressor Short Cycle Delay Main Valve Common5 minutes exchanger; clogged fan - Gas Va Code and Error Description Check / Repair mal operation. 85 Display/Diagnostics See “Troubleshooting” on page 19 for information about specific flash Table 3. WiringMain Connections (Class 2, Low Voltage). see individual component instructions for additional checkout Pulse: A 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off time. 1 4 Flameshowing Failure Response 2 seconds (maximum) Fig. 1. Typical Mounting Orientation wiringTime connections to the codes as referenced in the checkout procedures. PARK PARK HUM to Make speed. Pre-PurgeTime 30 secondsHeat Fan ON Delay - 60 aseconds 10 Pressure Switch In 10 Pressure was from pressure switch open 1 4 2 +bright 1 Softsecond Lockout -dim Exceed maximum Check/Repair: Gas supply (pressure, supply, ON checkout codes as Switch referenced in the procedures. PARK PARK HUM Fault De-bouncing 2False seconds 6-position screw D/14. (optional) EnviraCOM™ Data Connection used) Connection S9200U1000 Table Wiring Connections (Class 1, Line(ifVoltage). Constant 0.5 cycles. procedures. The shorter of theIn20 two periods listed (17 seconds) applies- Heartbeat: to the first trial only, 0.5 second Flame Recognition Period seconds 2+1 Soft Lockout - Exceed maximumshut-off Check/Repair: supply (pressure, supply,Other Code Fault De-bouncing Time seconds number of retries valves, gas Gas valve); ignition (HSI element 5. After last error code displays, the Type red status LED to norConnection terminal UseRollout the following procedures only for the integrated control; S2 11 Terminal Rollout Switch In 11602 seconds Switch In -furnace Periodic Blink: 0.5the second on, 0.5 second off. During local history recall, this fault while the longer period (27 seconds) applies to the subsequent trials during (see Fig.returns 4) Connects S9200U1000 to: Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflow Inter-trial Purge The maximum number of flame loss 22 Display/Diagnostics number of retries shut-off valves, gas valve); (HSI element 24 volt ground Compressor Short Cycle Delay 5 minutes not properly positioned and ignition glowing); flame Use thecall following procedures only for the integrated isfurnace (#5 screw) mal operation. Heat12 Cycles to Safety Timings Selection Lock (see Fig. Main 4) Valve Connects S9200U1000 to: C/3Connection see individual through furnace (increase motor speed, open flashed control; asTable a 1 + 28. pattern. same forcomponent heat. 10 cyclesinstructions for additional checkout Flame status Codes 12 Terminal Type Main Valve incidents has been exceeded Short Cycle Delay 5 minutes not properly positioned flame sensing (lead-wire grounded, flame 3or+and 1 glowing); Low 24V (Control res COOL FAN OFF DELAY Compressor see individual component instructions additional Heat Fan OFF Delay - 120 seconds OFF forOFF 6-position screw D/1 (optional) EnviraCOM™ Data Connection used) R/2(see Fig. 4) 2ducts, + 3broken Lockout - Exceeded Postpurge Period seconds more add more returns). Terminal(if Type Connects S9200U1000 to: procedures. b checkout 24 volt hot - Thermostat False Flame Recognition 2015 seconds sensing (lead-wire broken orSoft grounded, flame rod not properly positioned, or flame rod During local history recall, this fault is flashed as a 1 + 2 pattern. recover S1 6-position screw D/1 (optional) EnviraCOM™ Data Connection (if used) procedures. terminal maximum number oferror recycles or LED INDICATORS Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 86 Display/Diagnostics False Flame Recognition Period 20 seconds S2 Flash rod not properly positioned, or flame rod contamination); low line voltage. Amber LED Status Code DIP Switch (S1Heat and FanS2) OFFsettings Delay -Connections 180 seconds OFF ON C/3 24 voltwas ground ON Delay seconds terminal Flame Code Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Connections Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug (#5 screw) where the last recycle/ 4-pin connector • IgniterSee Table 3 on page 8 S2 from limit switch open Heat Cycles to Cool SafetyFan Timings Selection Lock 105 cycles W Thermostat Heat Input a Fig. contamination); lowretries line voltage. Table 8. Flame status Codes The S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs (See 4 on page 9 C/3 24 volt (male groundterminals) HEAT FAN ON DELAY Table 9. Control Status Codes (#5 screw) and Error Description Check / Repair Code The following field and safety parameters may be set using DIP retrywiring; was due to the pressure Heat Cycles to Safety Timings Selection Lock 10 cycles Inducer 2 + 3 Soft Lockout Exceeded Check/Repair: Pressure switch slow Table 8. Flame status Codes E-COM Heat Fan OFF Delay 90 seconds ON OFF Table 2. Igniter/Inducer harness plug Connector 4-Pin Table 2. Igniter/Inducer harness plug Connector 4-Pin R/2 24 volt hotGas - Thermostat Ignition Retries 2 retries (3 Unexpected flame- Exceeded - Waiting for Check/Repair: Gas valve leakage. location board): S1 valve failed to energize 17 Thermostat Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM G Harness continuous fan input switch switches S1retires andtotal) S2. Refer to Fig.for 4 on page on 9 for the location of the two 26+ 3 maximum Soft Lockout Check/Repair: switch wiring; opening slow recycles restricted,Pressure excessive, or obstructed R/2 24 volt hot - Thermostat Flash flamenumber to number be(normal offofafter the 20or or inducer; FlashControlRed S1 OFF poweredflame Code Not Applicable operation) Amber LED Status Code DIP Switch (S1Ignition andRecycles S2) settings Connector LEDNoStatus maximum ofrecycle/ recycles inducer; restricted, excessive, or obstructed DIP switch retries where the last venting; unstable line voltage. Heat Fan OFF Delay Lettering - 60 seconds ON flameON Flash W Thermostat HeatisInput 3 recycles cycles total) Pin # Reference Lettering Function Pin # (4 blocks. Reference Function a Flame second delay Amber LED Status Code Low voltage detected on 24 Vac 125 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM — Amber: indicates status Y input Thermostat cool input / cooling contactor output for 2 + 4 Soft Lockout - Exceeded DIP Switch (S1 and S2) settings a L1 retries where the last recycle/ venting; unstable line voltage. and Error Description Check / Repair Code The following field and safety parameters may be set using DIP retry was due (normal to pressure W Thermostat Heat Input and Error Description Check / Repair Code Heartbeat Control poweredCall for heat Not Applicable operation) thermostats E-COM EnviraCOM maximum number of recycles Straight Spade COOL Circulator cool speed output HEAT FAN OFF DELAY — a Status indicates general system status and error and- Red: Error Description Check / Repair The following safety parameters using6. DIP retrySoft wasLockout due to the pressure DIP Switch (S1) Code settings - Field settings. G Thermostat fan input Autofield Restart Delay 1 Table hour XFMR switch opening switches S1 and S2. and Refer to Fig. 4 on page may 9 for be the location of the two 1 IND-HOT 120has Vac 1 set IND-HOT Inducer 120 Vac Codes AInducer badcontinuous fuse been detected (NOTE: This 92 E-COMDisplay/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Flame present where the last recycle was due to Quick Connect codes. G Thermostat continuous fan input OFF Control poweredNo flame Not Applicable (normal operation) switch opening DIP Switch S2 – Safety Timings switches S1 and S2. Refer to Fig. 4 on page 9 for the location of the two Pulse Control powered (Standby; No Not Applicable 3+2 CONT DIP switch blocks. alarm is stored in the Status Code History) Polarized 3-pin E-COM communications device EAC EnviraCOM™ diagnostic ElectronicorAir Cleaner 120 Vac Output a flame failureBad Fuse OFF Control-Igniter poweredNo flame Not Applicable operation) Individual Switches Y Thermostat cool Igniter inputconnector / cooling 2 + 4 Check: Flame Soft Lockout - Exceeded or loose Check/Repair: Gas supply; flame sensor wiring. 2 IGN-HOT 120 Vaccontactor output for 2 120 Vac L1 forcurrent Heat) DIP switch blocks. Table 7.IGN-HOT DIP Switch (S2) settings Safety timings Periodic Blink (normal Call for heat - LowCall flame rod for contamination S1 HEAT Heartbeat Control powered- Call for heat Not Applicable (normal operation) Y ThermostatEnviraCOM cool /thermostats cooling contactor output FUSE 2+4 Soft Lockout Check/Repair: Gas supply; flame sensor wiring. maximum number ofExceeded recycles L1 b Theinput gas valve relay was sensed asfor closed 100 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM wiring; low gas -pressure. HEAT Circulator heat speed output Table 6. DIP Switch (S1) settings Field settings. XFMR 2 + 5 Soft Lockout Exceeded Heartbeat Control poweredCall for heat Not Applicable (normal operation) Flame present EnviraCOM thermostats numberwas of(normal recycles theNot lastApplicable recycle due to 5operation) DIP S1 Descriptions SW1 SW2 SW3 3 IND-NEUTRAL Inducer Neutral 3 Switch IND-NEUTRAL Inducer Neutral SW4 Heartbeat Call for Heat - Normal operation wheremaximum 2 69-2087 69-2087 3 settings - Field 4Switches 69-2087 69-2087 Individual 24 VAC when it should beMain open Table 6. DIP Switch EAC (S1) settings. 12-pin connector Harness See Table 2 on page 7. XFMR maximum number of recycles Flame present CONT Polarized 3-pin E-COM EnviraCOM™ diagnostic or communicationsConnector device CONT where atheflame last recycle was due to failure Continuous circulation Individual Switches M24909 Heartbeat Call for heat Flame sense out of Check/Repair: Flame at burners, if present where the last recycle was due to CONT Periodic Blink Call for heat Low flame current Check: Flame rod for contamination or loose Polarized 3-pin E-COM EnviraCOM™ diagnostic or communications device connector 4 IGN-NEUTRAL Igniter Neutral 4 Cool FanSwitches Igniter Neutral a flame failure Pressure Switch Codes COM FLAME COOL OFF Delay - IGN-NEUTRAL 0 secondsS2 Descriptions OFF HEAT 10 Individual 7 4 1 Electronics down 18 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM FUSE DIP Switch SW1current SW2 sequence - or Flame valve. the limit circuit opening or the Periodic Blink Call for heat - Low flame Check:wiring; Flame low rod gas for contamination loosestill present2 + 5 b pressure. connector Softreplace Lockoutgas - Exceeded Check: Wiring; restricted airflow through heat HEAT Transformer 120 Vac Output FUSE Spade 24 VAC XFMR Transformer - 24 Vac EAC DIP Switch S1 Descriptions SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 b Fig. 2. DIP Switch (S1) Shown with factory default settings; all off limit remained open longer than wiring; low gas pressure. 24 VAC 12-pin connector Main Harness See Straight Table 2 on page 7. 2 + 5 Soft Lockout Exceeded Check: Wiring; restricted airflow through heat 2 Pressure Switch failed Open Check: If inducer is running, inducer could be Cool Fan OFF Delay - SW4 60 seconds ON maximum of recycles exchanger; clogged filters; slow circulator Reversed line polarity 33 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM24 VAC Quick Connect OFF OFF DIP Switch S1 Descriptions SW1 SW2 SW3 OFF other conditions Notnumber Applicable PLASTIC MOUNTINGEAC TRAY HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27a seconds minutes 12-pin connector Main Harness See Table 2 on page 7. Connector maximum numberwas of recycles filters; slowthree circulator broken disconnected, or inducer relayexchanger; K4 may clogged Heartbeat Call for heat - Flame sense out of Check/Repair: Flame at burners,All if present where theor last recycle due to fan speed. L1 Line 120 Vac hot power supply COM Transformer - Common COM FLAME COOL Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds OFF 10 7 4 1 Trial For Ignition = 4 seconds NOTE: FIELD SETTINGS (Page 11) Connector M24908 Heartbeat Call for heat Flame sense out of Check/Repair: Flame at burners, if present where the last recycle was due to fan speed. have failed. sequence Flame still present replace gas valve. Earth ground problem 88 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM COM FLAME the limit circuit opening or the 3+4 Gas valve error - M COOL Cool Fan OFF Delay - 0 seconds OFF — Period E-COM - Green: indicates EnviraCOM™ bus activity gas valve. 10 7 4 1 WIRING CONNECTIONS a - Ignition Activation = 1 second Straight Spade 24 VAC Transformer - 24 Vac sequence - Flame still present the limit circuit opening or the Pressure HUM Humidifier Vac output Check/Repair: Low line voltage; Fuse Block Fuse Fuse - Automotive Type -120 3.0 Amps limit remained open longer than Repair:switch Remove Increase airflow Fixed Parameter Flashreplace Code Descriptions: Flash welded (Control rest Cool Fan OFF Delay - 60 seconds ONSetting Heat Fan ON Delay - 30Recognition seconds Period Red LED Status Code 2 +restrictions. 6 restrictions. Soft Lockout - airflow Gas Valve Failed Straight Spade 24 VAC - 24 Vac MOUNTING HOLE (X2) - Flame Quick Connect OFF= 3 seconds OFF All other conditions NotAApplicable ATransformer manual reset is required due to RolloutBOARD CLIPS 87(X6) PLASTIC Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM limit remained open disconnected longer than orthrough Repair: Increase wiring loose; hose leaking;Remove MOUNTING TRAY The fieldMounting settings can be changed whenever necessary. The change three minutes furnace (increase motor speed, Cool Fan OFF Delay - 60 secondsto ON a Pulse: 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off time. error recovers and i Fig. 1. Typical Orientation showing wiring connections the COM Transformer Common to Make Quick Connect OFF All other conditions Not Applicable This is the default setting. PARK Circulator Motor Code and Error Description Check / Repair PLASTIC MOUNTING TRAY Park 120 Vac Input See “Troubleshooting” on page 19 for information about specific flash Limit three minutes through furnace (increase motor speed, Table 3. Wiring Connections (Class 2, Low Voltage). water in hose; venting blocked or obstructed. Automation and Control Solutions Failure Response Time 2 seconds (maximum) open more ducts, add more returns). M24908 next Flame takes effect for the situations which are being influenced by that Heat Fan ON Delay 60 seconds ON been detected five t S9200U1000 COM Transformer - Common Table 4. Wiring Connections (Class 1, Line Voltage). 1 4 open more ducts, add more returns). M24908 codes as in the checkoutOFF procedures.ON - Heartbeat: Constant 0.5 second bright 0.5 second dim cycles. PARK PARK HUM a referenced change. If for example a particular delay is in -progress and settings2are Fuse Block Fuse - Automotive Typeis- 3.0 Ampsdue to gas valve Codes a Descriptions: Flash Code - Periodic Blink:3 0.5 second on, Switch 0.5 During localIf history this fault PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input A manual reset required 124 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Heat Fan ONTime Delay 30 secondsLimitée OFF 2 + 1second - Exceed maximum Check/Repair: Gas supplyGas (pressure, supply, Pressure failed Closed Check: inducer isrecall, off; Failed inducer relay (K4) could HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27 seconds Fault De-bouncing seconds a Flash 2 +Soft 6off.Lockout Soft Lockout - Gas Valve Check/Repair: valve,3 Gas valveOther wiring. Honeywell Limitée Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell Limited-Honeywell ConnectionFuse + 5 Control failed Self Che Fuse Block Fuse Fusewelded - Automotive Type 3.0 Amps Code Descriptions: Connection changed, the current delay setting is Fan notON influenced by that change. The OFF Heat Delay - 30 seconds A 0.25 second flash followed by integrated 3.75 secondsfurnace off time.as a 1 + 2 pattern. condition being detected more times Fig. 1. Typical Mounting Orientation showing wiring connections to the retries shut-off valves, gas valve); ignition (HSI element 2 + 6 number SoftofLockout - GasbeValve Failed Check/Repair: valve, Gas wiring. isofflashed welded. TrialUse For Ignition = 6 seconds to Make Replace S9200U1000 if problem persists. the- Pulse: following procedures only for the error, or restarts failed hardwa 3and + 1Gas 24Vvalve (Control if the Terminal TypeTable (see Fig. 4) Connections Connects S9200U1000 to: Straight Spade 120Typical Vac InputS9200U1000 Neutral, Transformer Electronic COOL FANNorth OFF DELAY - Pulse: 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off control; time. Heat Fan OFF Delay - 120Activation seconds- Heartbeat: OFF OFF Heat FanCycle ON Delay seconds changes to5 minutes ON 1985 Douglas Drive 35 Dynamic Drive 1. Mounting Orientation showing wiring connections to field settings arethe not considered safety critical therefore, allowed maximum Compressor Short Delay- 60 S9200U1000 notwiring properly positioned glowing);Low to Make Replace S9200U1000 if flame problem persists. Terminal Type (see Fig. 4)Neutrals Fig.Connects to: Neutral, 4. Wiring (Class 1, Linethan Voltage). Constant 0.5 second bright second dim cycles. Check/Repair: Terminal (shorted); b - Ignition Period =component 3A seconds restarts if the error r see individual instructions for 0.5 additional checkout During local history recall, this fault is flashed as a 1 + 2 pattern. error recovers) Heat Fantime ON Delay - 60 seconds ON Connect Air Cleaner Neutral, CirculatorS9200U1000 Neutral, Humidifier -Period Heartbeat: Constant 0.5 on, second bright 0.5 second dim cycles. Table 4. Wiring Connections (Class 1, LineQuick Voltage). sensing (lead-wire broken or grounded, flame Other Codes pressure switch contacts (closed when should Flame Recognition = 3 seconds these parameters can be made at any during and after installation. Periodic Blink: 0.5 second 0.5 second off. During local history recall, this fault This covers hardware 6-position screw D/1 (optional) EnviraCOM™ Data Connection (if used) 1V 4Z9 Golden Valley, MN 55422 Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9 procedures. Heat Fan OFF Delay 180 seconds OFF ON Neutral Flame current caution level while running 4 Display/Diagnostics False Flame Recognition Period 20 seconds Other Codes 4-pin connector • IgniterSee Table 3 on page 8 not properly positioned, or flame rod Connection be open); pressure switchrod hoses have water - Periodic Blink: this fault is flashed as a 1 0.5 + 2 second pattern.on, 0.5 second off. During local history recall,Table flame sense circuit f terminal 9. Control Codes 3 + 1StatusLow 24V (Control restarts if the contamination); Check/Repair: Connection HSI Igniter Warm-up Timeis= flashed 30/30 seconds ON OFF (male terminals) Inducer lowLow linevoltage voltage.transformer and shorts, etc. build-up or obstruction. COOL FAN OFF DELAY S2 NOTE:HEAT FAN SeeON “DIPDELAY Switch S1 - FieldHeat Settings” on page Fan OFF Delay11. - 120 seconds customer.honeywell.com as a 1 + 2 pattern. 24 volt ground Terminal Type C/3(see Fig. 4) Connects S9200U1000 to: (#5 screw) OFF DelayOFF - 90 For secondsb = 6 seconds ON OFF as a 1 + 2 pattern. Heat Cycles to Safety Selection 10 cycles Heat FanOFF 3+1 Low 24V restarts if the Check/Repair: Low voltage transformer and NOTE: AnyOFF connector can be used. local history this fault is flashed error(Control recovers) circuit. Trial COOL FAN DELAY Harness HeatTimings Fan OFF Delay -Lock 120 seconds OFF OFF IgnitionDuring Tablerecall, 8. Flame status Codes Terminal Type (see Fig. 4) Connects S9200U1000 to: b During local history recall, this fault is flashed as a Flash 1 + 2 pattern. TEST MODE 8 Connector error recovers) 2 Code + 3 opened during Soft Lockout - Exceeded Check/Repair: wiring; 4 Pressure Switch Check: See if inducer is running. Pressure switchcircuit. - Ignition Heat Fan which OFF Delay - 180not seconds ON Red LED Status 24 volt hotSee - Thermostat 3 + 6slow Reversed Line Voltage Fixed parameters are those settings may be adjusted at any Heat FanOFF OFF Delay - 60 Activation seconds Period = 3 seconds ON ON 4-pin connector •R/2IgniterTable 3 on page S1 current limited) Straight Spade Flame Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 Vac, maximum of recyclesRestricted or inducer; restricted, or obstructed Voltage be nominally 24 Vac with 120 Vac Heat Fan OFF Delay - 180 seconds OFF- FlameON Trial For Ignition or Run Mode number Check/Repair: venting; low should inputexcessive, Recognition = 3 seconds HEAT FAN ON DELAY TableCode 9. Control Status Codes a Flash PeriodAmber 4-pin connector Inducer • IgniterSee Table 3 on page 8 is equipped with a Test Mode Poor (male terminals) /water Repair LED Status time. Switch (S1Heat and Quick Connect The S9200U1000 feature which allows Voltage should bevoltage. nominally 24 Vac 120 Earth Vac Ground Straight COOL Circulator cool speed output FanS2) OFFsettings Delay - 90 seconds ON OFF the last recycle/ venting; unstable line voltage.Verify on incoming line low with voltage HEAT FAN ON DELAY HEAT FAN OFFDIP DELAY voltage; in horizontal vent length. Table 9. Control Status Code Codes and Error Description retries whereCheck Thermostat Heat InputSpade (male terminals) WHarness Inducer a restarts if the error Heat Fan OFF Delay 90 seconds ON OFF on incoming line voltage. Verify low voltage and Error Description Check / Repair Code HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON ON The following field and safety parameters may be set using DIP Quick Connect retry was due to the pressure under all thermostat request modes to insure Flash the control to test andEAC verify several Harness DIP Switch S2 – Safety Timings within 5 Connector Pulse Control powered (Standby; No Not Applicable 3 + 2 Bad Fuse E-COM critical parameters. During Test Red LED Status Code Heat Fan OFF Delay 60 seconds ON two ON Electronic Air Cleaner 120 Vac Output under allissues thermostat request modes toloads insureminutes afte Limit Code Trial For Ignition = 8Flash seconds G Connector Thermostat continuous fan input switch opening there are no with other low voltage Table Fixed Parameters switches S15.and S2. Refer to-Fig. 4 on page 9 for the location Table of the a has Red LED Status Code 7. DIP Switch settings - Safety timings Mode, the S9200U1000 alters the selected Safety Timings as described Heat Fan OFFS1 Delay - 60 seconds ON ON OFF(S2) poweredflame Not ApplicableCheck (normal operation) there as arethe nooutdoor issues with voltage loads cleared ErrorNoDescription / Repair Call for Heat) Code - Ignition Activation Period = 5Control seconds such unit other 24 Vaclow contactor. a and DIP switch blocks. Straight Spade COOL Circulator cool speed output HEAT FAN Circulator heatOFF speedDELAY output 5 Limit2 switch Check: Wiring; restricted airflow through heat and Error Description Check / Repair Code cooling contactor output for HEAT + 4 open Soft Not Lockout - Exceeded Check/Repair: Gas supply; sensor wiring. such as the flame outdoor unit 24 Vac contactor. - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds Fixed Parameter Setting L1 in Table Straight Spade Y COOLThermostat cool input /Circulator cool14. speed output HEAT FAN OFF DELAY Quick Connect Heartbeat Call for Heat Normal operation Applicable (normal operation) Individual Switches Heartbeat PulseControl poweredCall for (Standby; heat operation) DIPTable Switch – Switch Safety Timings exchanger; clogged fan (limit, rollout, pressure switch EnviraCOM thermostats Control powered No Not Applicable (normal Not Applicable 3 + maximum 2 Fuse filters; slow circulator Check: Wiring number ofBad recycles EAC Electronic Air Cleaner 120 Vac Output CONT Quick Connect 6. S2 DIP (S1) settings - Field settings. XFMR Continuous circulation DIP Switch S27. – DIP Safety Timings M24909 Flame present Pulse Control powered (Standby; No Not Applicable 3 + 2 the last recycle was Bad Fuse Check: Wiring (limit, rollout,bus); pressure switch Call for Heat) where due tospeed. shorted to chassis; EnviraCOM gas valve Table Switch (S2) settings - Safetya timings ® U.S. Trademark Pre-Purge 30 seconds EAC Electronic Air Cleaner 120 Vac Output S1Registered Pressure Switch Codes The shorter of S2 the Descriptions two periods listed (17 seconds)Call applies to theSW2 first trial only, DIP Switch SW1 CONT Polarized 3-pin E-COM HEAT EnviraCOM™ diagnostic or communications device for Heat) shorted to chassis; Table 7. DIP Switch (S2) settings Safety timings a flame failure could beEnviraCOM shorted. bus); gas valve S1 Circulator heat speed output Individual Switches © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. XFMR Transformer 120 Vac Output Periodic Blink Call for heat Low flame current Check: Flame rod for contamination or loose connector Heartbeat Call for Heat Normal operation Not Applicable (normal operation) while the longer period (27 seconds) applies to the subsequent trials during the could be shorted. Individual Switches Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflow Fig. 2. DIP Switch (S1) Shown with factory default settings; all off Inter-trial Purge 60 seconds HEAT HEAT Circulator heat speed output Turn off the power and replace the fuse with a 2 Pressure Switch failed Open Check: If inducer is running, inducer could be FUSE 69-2087 69-2087 69-2087 J.Z. 08-07 a Heartbeat b OFF OFF wiring;Not low Applicable gas pressure. Call for Heat - Normal operation (normal operation) Individual Switches 2+5 Soft or Lockout - Exceeded Check: restricted airflow through heat Turn off the replace the fuse with a through furnace (increase motor speed, open HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27 seconds CONT Continuous circulation same call for heat. fusepower of theand same type. M24909 broken disconnected, or inducer relay K4 Wiring; may EAC L1 Line 120 Vac hot power supply24 VAC DIP Switch S1 Descriptions 15 seconds SW1 SW2 SW3 SW4 12-pin connector Main Harness CONT See Table 2Continuous on page 7. circulation Pressure Switch Codes Postpurge maximum numberhave of recycles exchanger; clogged filters; slow fuse of thecirculator same type. more ducts, add more returns). NOTE: FIELD SETTINGS (Page 11) Trial ForSW2 Ignition = 4 seconds M24909 Cycle power and run heating DIP Switch S2 Descriptions SW1 failed. 3to+appliance 4 appliance Gas valve error - Miswire or Pressure Switch Codes ConnectorXFMR Heartbeat Call for heat - Flame sense out of Check/Repair: Flame at burners, if present Transformer 120 Vac Output where the last recycle was due to fan speed. Cycle power to and run heating LED INDICATORS DIP Switch S2 Descriptions SW1 SW2 Ignition Activation Period = 1 second sequence. HUM Humidifier 120 Vac output Check/Repair: Low line voltage; Pressure switch Fig. 2. DIP Switch (S1) Shown with factory default settings; all off COM69-2087 FLAME COOL Cool Fan OFF Delay - 0 seconds OFF 10 7 4 1 69-2087 8 9 2 sequencePressure failed Open Check: If inducer running, inducer could be Flame Code the limit circuit opening or the welded (Control restarts if the Cool Fan ON Delay 5 seconds XFMR Transformer 120 Vac Output - Flame Switch still present replace gas is valve. a sequence. - Flame Recognition = 3 seconds OFF OFF Period If this failure repeats, replace therecovers control. Hard Fig. 2. DIP Switch (S1) Shown with factory default settings; can all off wiring loose; hose disconnected or leaking; The field settings be changed whenever necessary. The change HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27 seconds 2 Pressure Switch failed Open Check: If inducer is running, inducer could be The S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs (See Fig. 4 on page 9 Straight Spade 24 VAC L1 Transformer 24 Vac broken or disconnected, or inducer relay K4 may error and itLockout has not C Line 120 Vac hot power supply a seconds limit remained open longer than or obstructed. Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflowthe control. OFF This is the OFF If this failure repeats, replace default setting. PARK Motor Park 120 Vac 11) Input HSI being Igniter Warm-up Time 17/27 Fan OFFare Delay - 60For seconds ON water in hose; venting blocked NOTE:PLASTICCirculator FIELD SETTINGS (Page Trial Ignition = 4 seconds brokenNot or disconnected, or6inducer relay K4 may flame - Waiting takes effect for the next situations influenced by that Ignition RetriesCoolwhich 2 retries (3= retires total) Quick Connect have failed. beenwiring. detected five times yet) L1 Line 120 Vac hot power supply Unexpected Check/Repair: Gasorvalve leakage. OFF All other conditions Applicable for location on board): TRAY through furnace (increase motor 3 + 4 for three Gasminutes valve error - Miswire Check/Repair: Gas speed, valve NOTE: MOUNTING FIELD SETTINGS (Page 11) Trial For Ignition =settings 4=seconds - in Ignition Activation Period 1 second COM HUM Transformer - Common have failed. Humidifier 120 Vac output Check/Repair: Low line voltage; Pressure switch change. If for example a particular delay is progress and are flame to be off after the 20 + 4 If inducer Gasis valve error - Miswire or Check/Repair: Gasand valve OFF ON PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input open more ducts, add returns). welded (Control restarts if the Cycle power appliance runwiring. heating M24908 3 disconnected Pressure Switchswitch failed Closed 3Check: off; inducer relay (K4) could HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27a seconds - Ignition Activation Period 1 second - Flame Recognition Period 3=seconds Ignition Recycles (4=cycles total) 3to+more Control Self Check, internal HUM Humidifier 120 Vac output Check/Repair: Low line voltage; Pressure wiring loose; hose or leaking; The field settings can be changed whenever changed, necessary. The change second delay — Trial Flame indicates flame status the current delay setting is not influenced by3 recycles that change. The welded Cycle power to5 appliance andfailed run heating a- Amber: error recovers and restarts it has notif the sequence. be(Control welded. For Ignition =Flash 6 seconds - Flame Recognition = 3 seconds Fuse Block Fuse PARK Fuse - Automotive Type -Park 3.0Spade Amps Code Descriptions: is the defaultPeriod setting. Circulator Motor 120 Vac Input Neutrals error, or failed hardware (Control wiring loose; hose disconnected or leaking; 2 + 6 The field can situations be Neutral, changed whenever necessary. Thenot change Heat Fan ON Delay -This 30 seconds OFF water in hose; venting blocked or obstructed. Straight 120 Vac Input settings Neutral, Electronic Soft Check/Repair: Lockout - error Gas Valve Failed Check/Repair: Gas valve, Gassequence. valve wiring. takes effect for theTransformer next which are field being influenced by that recovers and it (shorted); has not — Status Red: indicates general system status and error been detected fivewiring times yet) If this failure repeats, replace the control. settings are considered safety critical therefore, changes to Terminal Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds This is the default setting. Auto Restart Delay 1 hour PARK CirculatorQuick MotorConnect Park 120 Vac Input restartsthe if the error recovers.) hose; venting blocked or obstructed. - Pulse: A 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds water of offintime. Soft Lockout Codes Fig. change. 1. takes Typical Mounting Orientation showing wiring connections to the effect for the next situations which are being influenced by that Air Cleaner Neutral, Circulator Neutral, Humidifier to Make Replace S9200U1000 if problem persists. been detected five times yet) If this failure repeats, replace control. If for example a particular delay is in progress and settings are a seconds codes. pressure switch contacts (closed when should - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds these parameters can be made Heat at any time during and Time after= 17/27 installation. OFF ON - Heartbeat: PARK Park 120 Vac Input Fan ON Delay - 60Warm-up seconds ON 3 Pressure Switch failed0.5 Closed If inducer is off; inducer relay (K4) could This covers hardware errors like HSI Igniter S9200U1000 Constant 0.5 second bright secondCheck: dim cycles. Table 4. Wiring Connections (ClassCirculator 1,Circulator LineMotor Voltage). Neutral 3 + 5be open); Control failed switch Self Check, run heating change.the If for example a particular delay is in progress settings are OFF ON pressure hosesinternal have water Cycle power to appliance and PARK Motor Park 120 Vac Input changed, current delay setting is not influenced by thatand change. The 3 Pressure Switch failed Closed Check: If inducer iswelded. off; inducer relay (K4) could HSI Igniter Warm-up = 17/27a seconds berecall, flame sense circuit faults, pin Trial For Ignition Time = 6 seconds Other Codes 3 + 5 Control failed Self Check, internal Cycle power to appliance and run heating error, or failed hardware (Control sequence. If this failure repeats, replace the Periodic Blink: 0.5 second on, 0.5 second off. During local history this fault HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON OFF changed, the current delay setting is not influenced by that change. The Straight Spade Neutrals 120 Vac Input Neutral, Transformer Neutral, Electronic build-up or obstruction. NOTE: “DIP Switch 11. Trial be welded. field settings Any areconnector not considered critical therefore, See changes to S1 - Field Settings” on page For Ignition = 6=seconds Check/Repair: Terminal wiring (shorted); shorts, the etc. - Ignition Activation Period 3 seconds error, orif failed hardware (Control sequence. If thiscontrol. failure repeats, replace Connection NOTE: can be used. safety restarts the error recovers.) Straight Spade Neutrals 120Cleaner Vac Input Neutral, Transformer Neutral, Electronic Trial For Ignition =is6flashed seconds as a 1 + 24pattern. Quick Connect Air Neutral, Circulator Neutral, Humidifier 2 are 69-2087 69-2087 3 - Flame 69-2087 69-2087 5 (Control field settings not be considered safety critical therefore, to Check/Repair: Terminal wiring (shorted); - Ignition Activation Period 3 seconds pressure switch contacts (closed when should 3 + during 1 Low 24V restarts iferror theiserrors Check/Repair: Low voltage transformer and Recognition Period = 3= seconds these parameters can made at any time during and afterchanges installation. restarts if the recovers.) control. COOL FAN OFF DELAY Heat Fan OFF Delay 120 seconds OFF OFF This covers hardware like 4 Pressure Switch opened Check: See if inducer running. Quick Connect Air Cleaner Neutral, Circulator Neutral, Humidifier Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds Terminal Type (see Fig. 4) Connects S9200U1000 to: b Neutral 3+6 Reversed Line Voltage Polarity or parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted any switch contacts (closed when should - Flame Recognition Period =at 3 seconds these parameters can at any timeFixed during and after installation. During local history recall, this fault is flashed as a be 1pressure + 2 pattern. open); pressure switch hoses have water error recovers) circuit. Straight Spade Flame Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 be Vac,made current limited) This covers hardware errors flame sense circuit faults, pin Trial For Ignition or Run Mode Check/Repair: Restricted venting; low like input Neutral Recognition Period = 3 seconds Poor Earth Ground (Control Igniter Warm-up ON- Flame be open); pressure switch hoses have water build-up or obstruction. time. NOTE: See “DIP Switch S1 - Field Settings” on page 11. Heat Fan OFFHSI Delay - 180 secondsTime = 30/30 seconds OFF ON OFF Quick flame in sense circuit faults, pin shorts, etc. vent 4-pin connector • Igniter3 onconnector page Connect 8 can be used. voltage; water horizontal length. NOTE:See TableAny HSI Trial Igniter = 30/30 seconds ON OFF restarts ForWarm-up Ignition =Time 6 seconds build-up or obstruction. NOTE: See “DIP Switch S1 - Field Settings” on page 11. Voltage should be nominally 24 Vac with 120 Vac if the error recovers HEAT FAN ON DELAY Table 9. Control Status Codes shorts, etc. HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ONopened duringON (male terminals) Inducer NOTE: Any connector can be used. Trial For Ignition = 6 seconds 4 Pressure Switch Check: See if inducer is running. within Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds Heat FanParameters OFF Delay - 90 seconds ON OFFFor Ignition = 8 seconds onorincoming line voltage. Verify low voltage5 minutes after the fault 3+6 Reversed Line Voltage Polarity Check: Fixed parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted at Table any 5. Fixed Limit Code Trial Harness Flame Straight Spade Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) 4 Pressure Switch during Check/Repair: Check:Restricted See if inducer is running. - Ignition Activation Period = seconds 3 seconds Trial For Ignition or opened Run Mode venting; low input has cleared.) Flame Recognition Period = 3 under all thermostat request modes to insure 3 + 6 Reversed Line Voltage Polarity or Check: Fixed parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted at any Poor Earth Ground (Control 1. Line voltage input wiring. Assure Flash Straight Spade Flame Flame Sense - Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) time. Connector Quick Connect Red LED Trial Status Codeor Run Mode voltage; For Ignition Check/Repair: low inputopen - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds Heat Fan OFF Delay - 60 seconds ON - Ignition ONActivation Period = 5 seconds water5inRestricted horizontalventing; ventLimit length. there areheat noline issues withvoltage other voltage loads Assure Poor Ground (Control 1. Line input switch Check: Wiring; restricted airflow through restarts ifEarth the error recovers voltage hotlow lead iswiring. attached to time. Quick Connect = 3a seconds Fixed Parameter Setting voltage; water in horizontal vent length. HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds ON- Flame Recognition ON Period and Error Description Check / Repair Code such as the outdoor unit 24 Vac contactor. restarts if the error recovers line voltage hot lead is attached to exchanger; clogged filters; slow circulator fan within 5 minutes after the fault L1. Straight Spade COOL Circulator cool speed output HEAT FAN OFF DELAY HSI Trial Igniter = 30/30 seconds ON ON Limit Code ForWarm-up Ignition =Time 8 seconds Table 5. Fixed Parameters withinhas 5 speed. minutes after the fault 2. Ground wire from control L1. to appliance and cleared.) Quick Connect Pre-Purge 30 seconds Limit Code Trial For Ignition = 8 seconds a Table 5. Fixed Parameters - IgnitionTimings Activation Period = 5 seconds DIP Switch S2 – Safety Control powered (Standby; Not Applicable 3+2 Bad Fuse has cleared.) Check: Wiring (limit, rollout, pressure switch The shorter of the two periodsPulse listed (17 seconds) applies to theNo first trial only, 2. Ground wire from control to appliance and EAC Electronic Air Cleaner 120 Vac Output appliance earth ground. 5 open Check: Wiring; restricted airflow through heat - Ignition Activation Period 5 seconds Recognition Period = 3= seconds Fixed Parameter SettingInter-trial Purge Call for Limit Heat)switchtrials shorted to chassis; EnviraCOM bus); gasground. valve and Table 7.- Flame DIP Switch (S2) settings - Safetywhile timings S1 appliance earth the longer period (27 seconds) applies during the Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflow 3. Voltage between line volt Neutral 60 seconds 5 to the subsequent Limit switch open Check: Wiring; restricted airflow throughfan heat exchanger; clogged filters; slow circulator - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds Fixed Parameter Setting could be shorted. HEAT Circulator heat speed output 3. Voltage between volt Neutral through furnace (increase motor speed, openappliance chassis. If overline 10 volts, repair and the same callSwitches for heat. exchanger; clogged filters; slow circulator fan speed. Heartbeat Call for Heat Normal operation Not Applicable (normal operation) Individual Pre-Purge 30 seconds Postpurge Turn off the power and replace the fuse with acircuit a chassis. If over 10 volts, repair the 15 seconds more ducts, add more returns). wiringappliance or move the furnace to another with The shorter of the two periods listed (17 seconds) applies to the first trial only, speed. Pre-Purge 30 seconds a The shorter of the two periods listed (17 seconds) applies to the first trial only, CONT Continuous circulation fuse oforthe same type. M24909 wiring move the furnace to another circuit with LED INDICATORS a good earth ground. while the longerS2 period (27 seconds) applies to the SW1 subsequent trials during the Pressure Switch Codes Repair: Remove restrictions. IncreaseFlame airflow Inter-trial Purge 60 seconds Cycle power to appliance and run heating DIP Switch Descriptions SW2 Cool Fan ON Delay 5 seconds Code a good earth ground. while the longer period (27 seconds) applies to the subsequent trials during the Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflow Inter-trial Purge 60 seconds through furnace (increase motor speed, open same call for heat. XFMR Transformer 120 Vac Output Hard Lockout Codes The S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs (See Fig. 4 on page 9 sequence. Fig. 2. DIP SwitchPostpurge (S1) Shown with factory default settings; all off Repair: Reverse line voltage inputs if line volt hot 2 Pressure Switch failed Open Check: If inducer is running, inducer could be speed, open through furnace motor 15 secondsIgnition Retries same call for2heat. more ducts, add more returns). a total) retires OFF OFF 6 (increase Unexpected flame - Waiting for Check/Repair: Gas valve leakage. If this failure repeats, thetocontrol. for location on board): Repair: Reverse line voltage if line volt hot HSI INDICATORS Igniter Warm-upretries Time =(317/27 seconds lead is notreplace attached theinputs L1 input. Postpurge 15 seconds broken or disconnected, or inducer relay K4 may more ducts, add more returns). L1 Line 120 Vac hot power supply LED flame to be off after the 20 lead is not attached to the L1 input. NOTE: FIELD SETTINGS (Page 11) Trial For Ignition = 4 (4 seconds Cool Fan ON Delay 5 seconds have failed. Flame Code LED INDICATORS Ignition Recycles 3 recycles cycles total) 3 + 4 Gas valve error Miswire or Check/Repair: Gas valve wiring. second delay — Flame Amber: indicates flame status Hard Lockout Codes The S9200U1000 three indicating LEDs (See Fig. 4 on page 9 - Ignition Activation provides Period = 1 second Cool Fan ON Delay 5 seconds Flame CodeCheck/Repair: Low line voltage; Pressure switch HUM Humidifier 120 Vac output welded (Control restarts if the CodesCycle power to appliance and run heating Hard Lockout S9200U1000 provides three indicating LEDs Fig. 4- Red: on page 9 — (See Status indicates general system status error Ignition Retries 2 retries (3 retires - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds 6 Unexpected flame and - Waiting for loose; hose Check/Repair: Gasorvalve leakage. forThe location on board): wiring disconnected leaking; The field settings can be changed whenever necessary. The change Autototal) Restart Delay 1 hour Lockout Codes error recovers and it has not sequence. Ignition Retries 2 retries (3 retires total) 6 Unexpected Waiting Check/Repair: valveSoft leakage. This is the setting. for location ondefault board): PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input flame to be offflame after -the 20 codes. waterforin hose; venting blocked orGas obstructed. takes effect for the Ignition next situations which are being influenced by that been detected five times yet) If this failure repeats, replace the control. Recycles 3 recycles (4 cycles total) flame to be delay off after the 20 second — Flame Amber: indicates flame status change. If for example a particular delay is in progress and settings are Ignition Recycles 3 recycles (4 cycles total) a OFF ON PARK Circulator Motor Park 120 Vac Input second — Status Flame - Amber: indicates flame statusstatus and error 3 Pressure Switch failed CloseddelayCheck: If inducer is off; inducer relay (K4) could HSI— Igniter Warm-up Time = 17/27 seconds - Red: indicates general system 3+5 Control failed Self Check, internal Cycle power to appliance and run heating Autodelay Restart setting Delay is not influenced by that change. 1 hour changed, the2 current Soft Lockout Codes 69-2087 be welded. For Ignition =- 6Red: seconds —Trialcodes. Status indicates general system status and error 69-2087 69-2087 1 hour The 3 4 69-2087 5 error, or failed hardware (Control sequence. If this failure repeats, replace the Restart Delay Straight Spade Neutrals 120 Vac Input Neutral, Transformer Neutral, Electronic Soft Lockout Codes Check/Repair: Terminal wiring (shorted); field settings are notAuto considered safety critical therefore, changes to - Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds codes. restarts if the error recovers.) control. Quick Connect Air Cleaner Neutral, Circulator Neutral, Humidifier pressure switch contacts (closed when should - Flame Recognition Period = 3 seconds these parameters can be made at any time during and after installation. This covers hardware errors like Neutral be open); pressure switch hoses have water flame sense circuit faults, pin 2 69-2087 69-2087 3 69-2087 5 6 69-2087 HSI Igniter Warm-up Time = 30/30 seconds 4 4 ON OFF 69-2087 NOTE: See “DIP Switch S1 - Field Settings” on page shorts, etc. 2 connector can be used. 69-2087 69-2087 3 11. 69-2087 69-2087 5 build-up or obstruction. 6 69-2087 NOTE: Any Trial For Ignition = 6 seconds 16_Troubleshooting_p295.indd 252-253 3/24/08 4:30:16 PM 4 Pressure Switch opened during Check: See if inducer is running. Ignition Activation Period = 3 seconds 3+6 Reversed Line Voltage Polarity or Check: Fixed parameters are those settings which may not be adjusted at any

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S ModifiedHot Timing S9200U1000 Universal S Surface Ignition Integrated F Furnace Control (TAM). In addition to alarms, key information such as state and flame terminalQuickLook™ D/1. (TAM). In addition to alarms, key information such as the state and flamescrew-terminal R/2 to terminal D/1. 72 and the W8735D Telephone Access Modulecurrent 1. Jumper thermostat us activity TECHNICIAN’S QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE TECHNICIAN’S QUICK canREFERENCE be sent over theGUIDE EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table 13.Table 12. Test Mode Parameters Recalling the Status Code History OnWatch ENVIRACOM COMMUNICATIONS • Within 0.5 seconds, the redinformation status LEDsuch stops Flashthe red current sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table • Within 0.5 seconds, LED stops Flashcan be (TAM). In addition to alarms, key asnormal state and flame Redstatus LED Status Codenormal terminal D/1. 13. Red LED Status Code S9200U1000 Uni operation and turns on solid to indicate that the jumper is TECHNICIAN’S QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE You may perform the following procedure multiple times to confirm that and turns on solid to indicate that the jumper is Th current can be sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table 13. EnviraCOM™ communication is a standard feature on the • Within 0.5 seconds, the red status LED stops normal Code and Error Description Check / Repair out specificoperation flash This following service procedure provides a quick overview This following service procedure provides a quick overview for the Code for the and Error Check / Repair Table 11. S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms Test Mode Parameter Modified Timing sensed. Table 11.Description S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms have viewed all the currently stored error codes. sensed. S9 S9200U1000. EnviraCOM™ can be used to control system operation operation and turns on solidyou to indicate that the jumper is S9200U IFC. For more information, refer to form 69-2075. S9200U IFC. For more information, refer to form 69-2075. 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1 jumpered. This following service procedure provides a quick overview for the Surface Ignition 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1 jumpered. 11. S920001000 Alarms by of an EnviraCOM™ sensed. Alarm Alarm After ared 5 second time-out, theEnviraCOM redway status LED turns off, enabled thermostat and perform advanced To recall the error code history and display• it via theTable status LED, S9200U IFC. For more information, refer to form 69-2075. • After a 5 second time-out, the red status LED turns off, furnace control; diagnostics when connected to EnviraCOM™ enabled diagnostic Number tools 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2the to following: D/1 jumpered. WI Alarm Description Comment WIRING HARNESSES indicating that error code recall is pending. perform Alarm Description Number Comment Alarm indicating WIRING that errorHARNESSES code recall is pending. checkout such as the web based EnviraLNK® remote diagnostics application, the • After a 5 second time-out, the red status LED turns off, Furnace Control WIRING HARNESSES Alarm Number Comment OnWatch QuickLook™ indicating that error code recall pending. Table 1. Table 1. 72 and the W8735D Telephone Access Module 1. isJumper the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 Description to

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4+1 Hard Lockout - Rollout circuit Check/Repair: Flue restrictions; heat exchanger Pre-Purge 5 seconds Pre-Purge 5 seconds open or previously opened. restricted Check/Repair: Flue restrictions; heat exchanger HSI Warm-up 17 seconds Check burner. Check Rollout Switch Pre-Purge 5 seconds seconds HSIincluding Warm-up 17 seconds restricted switch cables. Ignition Activation 3 seconds HSI Warm-up 17 seconds Check burner. Check Rollout Switch including Reset rollout if necessary. econds Ignition Activation 3 seconds switch cables. Do not operate until repairs are made. Flame Recognition 1 second Ignition Activation 3 seconds Reset rollout if necessary. Cycle power to appliance andFlame run heating second Recognition 1 second Do not operate until repairs are made. sequence. a Trial for Ignition 4 seconds Flame Recognition 1 second a to appliance and run heating econds Trialcontrol. for Ignition 4 seconds Cycle power If this failure repeats, replace the sequence. Heat Fan ON Delay 15 seconds Trial for Ignition 4 seconds seconds Fan ON Delay 15 seconds +2 Hard Flue Lockout - Gas valve Check/Repair: Gas valveHeat wiring. If this4 +failure control.circuit 4 Check/Repair: 2+1 Soft Lockout - Exceed maximum Check/Repair: Gas supply (pressure, supply, 1 repeats, Hardreplace Lockoutthe- Rollout restrictions; heatwelded exchanger Pre-Purge 5 seconds relay detected for five times Cycle power to appliance and run heating number of retries shut-off valves, gas valve); ignition (HSI element Heat Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds open or previously opened. restricted Heat Fan ON Delay 15 seconds econds 0 seconds 4+2 Hard Lockout - Gasnot valve weldedpositioned and Check/Repair: Gas valve wiring. sequence. Heat Fan OFF Delay properly glowing); flame HSI Warm-up 17 seconds Check burner. Check Rollout Switch including relay detected for five times Cycle or power to appliance and run heating If this failure repeats, replace the control. sensing (lead-wire broken grounded, flame Post-Purge 5 seconds Heat Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds switch cables. econds Post-Purge 5 seconds Thisconnector device has no alarms 0 Not Applicable sequence. Main harness plugrodconnector Main harness plug 12-pin not properly 12-pin positioned,This or flame rodhas no alarms Ignition Activation 3 seconds device 0 NotifApplicable Reset rollout necessary. If low this line failure repeats, replace the control. a 3. Within 10 seconds of the red status (TAM). LED turning off, remove the Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds Post-Purge 5 seconds contamination); voltage. In addition to alarms, key information such as state and flame (Class 2, Low Voltage) . (Class 2, Low Voltage) . terminal D/1. 3. Within 10 seconds of the red status LED turning off, remove the Do not operate until repairs are made. econds Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds Table 1. Main harness plug connector 12-pin Code Descriptions: Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition 1 Display/Diagnostics This device has no alarms 0 Not Applicable Flame Recognition 1 second Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition Flash 1 Cycle thermostat current can be sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table 13. power to Display/Diagnostics appliance and run heating Withinoff, 0.5remove seconds, status LED screw-terminal stops normal R/2 to terminal thermostat screw-terminal sequence - Pulse: A second flash followed bythe 3.75red seconds off•time. 3.0.25 Within 10 seconds of statusofLED turning thethe red D/1 Cool Fan OFF Delay (Class 2, Low Voltage).0 seconds Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds Pin Function Pin # Function 2 + 3# R/2a to Softterminal Lockout - Exceeded Check/Repair: Pressure switch wiring; slow sequence econds D/1 jumper. Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds jumper. sequence. Flash Code Descriptions: Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition 1 Display/Diagnostics that the jumper is Trial for Ignition 4 seconds maximum number of recycles or High inducer; excessive, or obstructed - Heartbeat: 0.5 second bright, 0.5 second cycles. operation and turns on solid to• indicate thermostat screw-terminal R/2 todim terminal This following service procedure pr 1 Limitrestricted, Out High Limitfailed Outto open If thisConstant failure repeats, replace the control. Pin # Function Thissequence activates the error code recall.1 Pressure switch in the Display/Diagnostics -code Pulse: A 0.25 second by 3.75 seconds of offfailed time. Cool Fanignition OFF Delay 3 0 seconds Table 11. S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms • This activates the error retries recall. Pressure switch to open in the ignition - During 3 start-up Display/Diagnostics where the last recycle/flash followed venting; unstable line voltage. thejumper. STATUS LED blinks fast for approximately 2sensed. seconds. If the D/1 S9200U IFC. For more information sequence Heat Fan ON Delay 15 seconds 2 Flame Sense Flame (90 Vac, current 2 Flame Sense - Flame Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) 1 High Limit Out - Heartbeat: 0.5Signal secondInput bright, 0.5 second cycles. k / Repair sequence retry was due toConstant the -pressure 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1 jumpered. 4 + 2dim limited) Hard Lockout - Gas valve welded Check/Repair: Gas valve wiring. S9200U1000 continues fast the (8 pulses/second), the control has failed and • Thisblinking activates error code recall. Pressure switch failed to open in the ignition 3 Display/Diagnostics Alarm IMPORTANT switch opening - During start-up the STATUS 2 detected seconds. the 3 24LED Vac blinks Hot fast for approximately 3 24 Vac switch Hot opened in run or trial • After a 5 second time-out, the red status LED turns off, MPORTANT relay forIffive times must be Cycle power to appliance and run heating 2 Flame Sense - Flame Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) The pressure 98 Display/Diagnostics sequence replaced. Heat Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds The pressure the switch openedhas in run or trial 98 Display/Diagnostics e (normal operation) WIRING HARNESSES If the R/2 to D/1 terminal jumper is not removed within the Number Comment S9200U1000 continuesNot blinking fast (8 pulses/second), control failed and- Standard that pending. If the R/2 to D/12terminal jumper is not removed within forUsed more than the allowable time Usedthe (TBD) 4 Alarm Description Not (TBD) LED Fault sequence. Pattern (Single X Flash): LED flashes X timesindicating at 2HZ, then off error code recall10isseconds, 3 24 Vac Hot IMPORTANT for more than wiring. the allowable time +4 4 Soft Lockout - Exceeded Check/Repair: Gas supply; flame sensor thein history If this failure repeats, replace the control. The pressure switch opened run or trialwill be98erased. Display/Diagnostics must be replaced. Post-Purge 5 seconds 10 seconds, the history will be erased. e (normal operation) maximum number of recyclesRollout Switch Out Table 1. Main harnes for 3 seconds. If the R/2 to D/1 terminal jumper is not removed within the 5 5 Rollout Switch Out This device has no alarms 0 Not Applicable 4 Not Used (TBD) Limit switch open 26 Display/Diagnostics for more than the allowable time - Standard LED Fault Pattern (Single X Flash): LED flashes timesopen at 2HZ, then off- Advanced LimitXswitch 26 Display/Diagnostics where the last recycle was due to (Class 2, L LED Fault Pattern (X +the Y Flash): X Within times at10 2Hz, remainsof the red 10 seconds, historyLED willflashes be3.erased. seconds LED turning remove Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds 6 blinks once 24 LED, Vac Common a Flash Code Descriptions: 24 1Vac Common Display/Diagnostics 4.status Each saved erroroff, code blinksthe once on the6 red status LED, 5 Rollout Switch Out for 3aon seconds. flame failure 4. Each saved error code the red status Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics Limit switch open 26 Display/Diagnostics off for one second, flashes Y times at 2Hz, remains off for three seconds, and thermostat screw-terminal R/2 tostarting terminal Flame detected outat of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics or contamination or loose with the most recently stored error Pin # High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out 7 code.sequence High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out LED Fault Pattern (X + Y Flash): flashes X times 2Hz, followed remains bythen 6 24 Vac Common -LED Pulse: A 0.25 second flash 3.75repeats. seconds of offsaved time. error code blinks once on D/1 starting with the most7recently- Advanced stored error code. Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds 4. Each the red status LED, w gas pressure. jumper. 2+5 Soft Lockout ExceededflashesCheck: Wiring; restricted airflowoff through heat seconds, and Soft lockout due to flame current 5 Display/Diagnostics Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics off for one -second, Y times at 2Hz, for three 1 -remains Heartbeat: Constant 0.5 second dim cycles. 8 Ground Softslow lockout due to flame current bright, 0.5 5 second starting Display/Diagnostics 8 switch Chassis Ground 7 High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out with the most recently stored error number of immediately recycles Chassis exchanger; filters; circulator • code. This activates the error NOTE: code recall. If there are no error codes to display, the red status LED immediately nor-ignition Pressure failed toreturns open intothe 3 Display/Diagnostics OTE: are no error codes to display,maximum the red repeats. status LED returns to nor- clogged During start-up the STATUS LED blinks fast for approximately 2 seconds. If the Status Codes Table 10. E-Com 2 Flame Sense - Flame me at burners, Ifif there present wherethen the last recycle was dueMain to Valve Common fan- speed. 9 9 Main operation. Soft Valve LockoutCommon due to recycle; last recycle 85 Display/Diagnostics sequence Softmal lockout due to flame current 5 Display/Diagnostics 8 Chassis Ground mal operation. Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 85 Display/Diagnostics S9200U1000 continues blinking fast (8 pulses/second), has failed NOTE: If the therecontrol are no error codes toand display, the red status LED immediately returns to nore gas valve. the limit circuit opening or the was from pressure switch open 3 IMPORTANT 10 Pressure Switch In Statuswas 10 Pressure Switch InDisplay/Diagnostics from pressure switch open 9 Main Valve Common Table 10. E-Com Codes Green LED Status The pressure switch opened in run or trial 98 mal operation. Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 85 Display/Diagnostics limit remained open longer than Repair: Remove restrictions. Increase airflow must be replaced. 5.jumper Afterislast error code within displays, the red status LED returns to norIf the R/2 to D/1 terminal notpressure removed 5. After last error code displays, the red to nor4 Applicable 11 Rolloutthrough Switch In (increase 11 Rollout Switch In of flame loss The maximum number 22 Display/Diagnostics for more than the allowable time wasoperation. from switch open the 10 Pressure Switch In threestatus minutesLED returns furnace motor speed, - Standard LED Fault X Flash): X times at 2HZ, Code and then off The maximum numberPattern of flame(Single loss 22 LED flashesDisplay/Diagnostics mal 10LED seconds, the mal operation. GreenMain LED Status incidents has been exceeded open more ducts, add returns). 5. After last error code adisplays, the red status returns to history nor- will be erased. 5 R 12 Valve 12 Main Valve incidents has been exceeded 11 Rollout Switch In for 3more seconds. Limit switch open 26 Display/Diagnostics The maximum number of flame loss 22 Display/Diagnostics Flash Code Check / Repair Description Code and mal operation. - Advanced LED Fault Pattern (X + Y Flash): LED flashes X times at 2Hz, remains 6 Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 86 Display/Diagnostics exceeded 12 Main Valve 2+6 Soft Lockout - Gas Valve Failed Check/Repair: Gas valve wiring. 4. Each saved error code blinks once incidents on thehas redbeen status LED, Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 86 Display/Diagnostics a Gas valve, Ign me. Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics offif for one second, flashes for three was from limit switch open FlashtoCode Check Repair Description Make Replace S9200U1000 problem persists. Rapid remains Flashing off Bus Activityseconds, - Message and being Not Applicable (normalwith operation) Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Connections Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Connections 7 High Limit was from limit/ switch openY times at 2Hz, starting the most recently stored error Soft Lockout duecode. to recycle; last recycle 86 Display/Diagnostics s. then repeats. transmitted Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Connections 8 SoftTable lockout 2. dueIgniter/Inducer to flame current 5 Gas plug Display/Diagnostics valve failed to energize 4-Pin 17 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Table 2. Igniter/Inducer plug being Connector 4-Pin harness Connector was from limit switch open Other Codes Busharness Rapid Flashing Activity - Message NotGas Applicable (normal operation) story recall, this fault valve failed to energize 17 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM NOTE: If there are no error codes to display, the red status LED immediately returns to norBlink CodesBus Activity - Received Not Applicable (normal operation) transmitted 9 Connector 4-Pin Ma Table 2. Igniter/Inducer harness plug Table 10. E-ComSingle Status mal operation. Lockout last recycleLettering Low85voltage is detectedDisplay/Diagnostics on 24 Vac input 125 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Gas valve failed to energize 17 Soft Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 3 + 1# Low 24VReference (Control restarts if the Check/Repair: Low voltage transformer and on Pin Lettering Function Pin # due to recycle; Reference Function message acknowledgment Low voltage is detected 24 Vac input 125 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 10 P was from pressure switch open ttern. error Blink recovers) Single Bus Activity - Received circuit. Not Applicable (normal operation) Pin # Reference Lettering Function Green LED Status92 Off Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM (NOTE: 92 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Lowred voltage is detected 24 Vac input Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 5. Disconnect After last code displays, the status LEDonreturns to nor- 125 1 IND-HOTmessage acknowledgment Inducer 120has Vacbeen detected 1 IND-HOT A bad fuse has been detected Inducer 120This Vac No Bus Activity Check/Repair: the error S9200U1000 A bad fuse (NOTE: This 11 R The maximum number of flame loss 22 Display/Diagnostics alarm is stored in the Status Code History) Code and Voltage should be nominally within120 operation. from the external mal bus wiring, cycle power and alarm24 is Vac stored the Vac Status Code History) 1 IND-HOT Inducer 120 Vac 12 A bad fuse has been detected (NOTE: This 92 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 2 Igniter 120 Vac 2incidents has been exceeded IGN-HOT Igniter 120 Vac Off IGN-HOT No Bus Check/Repair: on Activity incoming line voltage. Verify lowDisconnect voltage the S9200U1000 a check the bus activity. If there is activity, The gas valve relay was sensed as closed 100 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM alarm is stored in the Status Code History) Flash Code Check / Repair Description external wiring, cycleas power and The the gasmodes valve relay was sensed closed 100 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM repair external bus wiring/devices before under all thermostat from request tobus insure 2 IGN-HOT Igniter 120 Vac Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 86 when it shouldDisplay/Diagnostics be Inducer open Neutral 3 IND-NEUTRAL Inducer 3 IND-NEUTRAL check the busitactivity. when should openis activity, there are no issues with other Neutral low voltage loadsIfbethere reconnecting the S9200U1000 back. Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Conn was from limit switch open The gas valve relay was sensed as closed 100 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Rapid Flashing Bus Activity - before Message being Not Applicable (normal operation) / Repair repair bus wiring/devices such as the outdoor unit 24 external Vac contactor. If there is still no activity, replace the control. 3 IND-NEUTRAL Inducer Neutral Electronics down 18 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM when it should be open 4 IGN-NEUTRAL Igniter Neutral 4 IGN-NEUTRAL Igniter Neutral Electronics down transmitted 18 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Table 2. Igniter/Inducer ha reconnecting the S9200U1000 back. Gas valve failed to energize 17 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM pplicable 3+2 Bad Fuse Check: Wiring (limit, Ifrollout, pressure switch replace the control.a there is still no activity, 4 IGN-NEUTRAL Igniter Neutral Reversed line polarity 33 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Electronics down 18 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Single Blink Bus Activity Received Not Applicable (normal operation) Reversed line polarity 33LED isDisplay/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM This active even if a conventional thermostat is controlling the appliance. shorted to chassis; EnviraCOM bus); gas valve Pin # Reference Lette Low voltage is detected on 24 Vac input 125 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM message acknowledgment could be shorted. Earth ground problem 88 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Reversed line polarity 33 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM a Earth ground 88 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM This LED is active even if a conventional is controlling the appliance. (normal operation) 1 IND-HOT Turn off the power thermostat and replaceOff the fuse with aproblem A bad fuse has been detected (NOTE: This 92 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM No Bus ActivitySTATUSCheck/Repair: Disconnect the S9200U1000 CODES HISTORY fuse of theAsame type. 87 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM is stored in the Status Code History) A manual reset is required due to Rollout Earth ground problem 88 alarmDisplay/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM external bus wiring, cycle power and manual reset is required due to Rollout 87 from the Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 2 IGN-HOT Cycle power to appliance and run heating Limit Automation and Control Solutions check the busstores activity. Ifthe thereten is activity, STATUS CODES HISTORY The S9200U1000 (10) most recent error codes. 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During Test The S9200U1000 is equipped with a Test Mode feature which such as the web based EnviraLNK® remote diagnostics application, the flame sense circuit faults, pin necessary. welded condition being detected more times Mode, the S9200U1000 alters the selected Safety Timings as described switch cables. r obstruction. shorts, etc. OnWatch QuickLook™ 72 and theseveral W8735D Telephone Access Module Mode, the S9200U1000 alters the selected Safety Timings as described the control to test and verify critical parameters. During Test 1. Jumper the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to 1985 Douglas 35 Dynamic Drive Ignition Activation 3 secondsDrive North than allowed maximum Reset rollout if necessary. in Table 14. (TAM). In addition to alarms, key information such as state and flame terminal D/1. nducer is running. Do not in operate Table until 14.repairs are made. Mode, the S9200U1000 alters the selected Safety Timings as described 3+6 Reversed Line Voltage Polarity or Check: Golden1Valley, Toronto, Ontario M1V 4Z9 Flame Recognition second MN 55422 Flame current caution level while running 4 Display/Diagnostics current can be sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table 13. icted venting; low input Cycle power to appliance and run heating • Within 0.5 seconds, the red status LED stops normal Poor Earth Ground (Control 1. Line voltage input wiring. Assure in Table 14. ® U.S. Registered Trademark ® U.S. Registered Trademark orizontal vent length. customer.honeywell.com operation and turns on solid to indicate that the jumper is restarts if the error recovers line voltage hot lead issequence. attached to Trial for Ignition 4 seconds © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. provides a quick overview for the This following service procedure If this failure © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. within 5 minutes after the fault L1. repeats, replace the control. Table 11. S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms sensed. ® U.S. Registered Trademark TEST MODE 69-2087 IFC. J.Z. For 08-07 S9200U more information, refer to form 69-2075. 69-2087 69-2087 08-07 Heat Fan International ON Delay 15 seconds has cleared.) Ground wire from control to69-2087 appliance andwiring. 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1J.Z. jumpered. © 2007 Honeywell Inc. 4+2 Hard Lockout - Gas valve 2. welded Check/Repair: Gas valve appliance earth to ground. Alarm The S9200U1000 is equipped with a Test 69-2087 ModeHeat feature which allows cted airflow through heat • After a 5 second time-out, the red status LED turns off, 69-2087 J.Z. 08-07 relay detected for five times Cycle power appliance and run heating Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds 3. Voltage between line voltsequence. Neutral and WIRING HARNESSES ilters; slow circulator fan Comment 69-2087 7 recall is pending. 69-2087Alarm Description 8Number the control 69-2087 indicating that error code 00U1000 UNIVERSAL HOT SURFACE IGNITION INTEGRATED FURNACE CONTROL to test and verify several critical parameters. During Test9 69-2087 8 9 69-2087 appliance chassis. If over 10 volts, repair the peed. If this failure repeats, replace the control. Post-Purgeas described 5 seconds wiring or move the 7furnace to another circuit with Table 1. Main harness plug connector 12-pin alters the selected Safety Timings This device has no alarms 0 9 Mode, the NotS9200U1000 Applicable 69-2087 69-2087 8 69-2087 a good earth ground. (Class 2, Low Voltage). rictions. Increase airflow 3. Within 10 seconds of the red status LED turning off, remove the Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds in Table 14. a Flash Code Descriptions: Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition 1 Display/Diagnostics ease motor speed, open thermostat screw-terminal R/2 toENVIRACOM terminal Pin # Function Repair: Reverse line voltage inputs ifStatus line volt hot Recalling the Code History COMMUNICATIONS sequence Pulse: A 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off time. Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds dd more returns). Table 12. Test Mode Parameters ® U.S. Registered Trademark ash D/1 jumper. Red LED Status Code - Heartbeat: Constant 0.5 second bright, lead is not attached the L1 input. 1 High Limit Out 0.5 second dimtocycles. © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. You may perform the following procedure multiple times to confirm • This activates thethat error code recall. EnviraCOM™ communication is a standard feature thein the ignition Pressure switch failedon to open 3 Display/Diagnostics de a and Error Description - During start-up Check / Repair Test Mode Parameter Modified Timing the STATUS LED blinks fast for approximately 2 seconds. If the 69-2087 J.Z. 08-07 you have viewed all the currently stored error codes. 2 Flame Sense - Flame Signal Input (90 Vac, current limited) Hard Lockout Codes sequence S9200U1000. EnviraCOM™ can be used to control system operation S9200U1000 fast (8 pulses/second), the control has failed and Gas + 1 valve leakage. Hard Lockout - Rollout circuit Check/Repair: Fluecontinues restrictions;blinking heat exchanger 3 24 Vac Hot IMPORTANT by way of an EnviraCOM™ enabled thermostat and opened perform advanced Pre-Purge 5 seconds To recall the error code history and display it via the red status LED, The pressure switch in run or trial 98 Display/Diagnostics must be replaced. open or previously opened. restricted If the R/2 to D/1 terminal jumper is not removed within theto EnviraCOM™ diagnostics when connected diagnostic 4 Not Used (TBD) 7 69-2087 8 for moreenabled 9 69-2087 than the allowable time tools theXfollowing: - Standard LED FaultRollout Pattern (Single X Flash):perform LED69-2087 flashes times at 2HZ, then off HSI Warm-up 17 seconds Check burner. Check Switch including 10 seconds, the history will be erased. such as the web based EnviraLNK® remote diagnostics application, the 5 Rollout Switch Out switch cables. for 3 seconds. Limit switch open Display/Diagnostics OnWatch QuickLook™ 72 and the W8735D Telephone Access Module 26 Jumper thermostat R/2 to Ignition Activation 3 seconds Reset - Advanced LEDrollout Faultif necessary. Pattern (X + Y Flash): LED1. flashes X timesthe at 2Hz, remains screw-terminal 6 24 Vac Common 4. Each saved error code blinks once on the red status LED, (TAM). In addition to alarms, key information such as state and flame terminal operate until flashes repairs are Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics off Do for not one second, Y made. times at 2Hz, remains off for threeD/1. seconds, and Flame Recognition 1 second 7 High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out starting with the most recently stored error current cancode. be sent over the EnviraCOM™ bus. See Table 13. Cycle power to appliance and run heating • Within 0.5 seconds, the red status LED stops normal then repeats. sequence. Soft lockout due to flame current 5 Display/Diagnostics 8 Chassis Ground operation and turns on solid to indicate that the jumper is 6 69-2087 Trial for Ignition 4 seconds This following service procedure provides a quick overview for the NOTE: If there are no error codes to display, the red status LED immediately returns to norIf this failure repeats, replace the control. Table 11. S920001000 EnviraCOM Alarms Main Valve Common Table 10. E-Com Status Codessensed. S9200U IFC. For more information, refer9to form 69-2075. mal operation. Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 85 Display/Diagnostics Heat Fan ON Delay 15 seconds 2. Keep the thermostat screw-terminal R/2 to D/1 jumpered. +2 Hard Lockout - Gas valve welded Check/Repair: Gas valve wiring. 10 Pressure Switch In Alarm was from pressure switch open • After a 5 second time-out,5.the After red status LEDcode turnsdisplays, off, Green LED Status relay detected for five times Cycle power to appliance and run heating last error the red status LED returns to norHeat Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds 11 Rollout Switch In WIRING HARNESSES Alarm Description Number Comment The maximum number of flame loss 22 Display/Diagnostics sequence. Code and indicating that error code recallmal is pending. operation. incidents has been exceeded 12 Main Valve If this failure repeats, replace the control. a Post-Purge 5 seconds Table 1. Main harness plug connector 12-pin This device has no alarms 0 Not Applicable Flash Code Check / Repair Description (Class 2, Low Voltage). Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 86 Display/Diagnostics 3. Within 10 seconds of the red status LED turning off, remove the Cool Fan ON Delay 2 seconds sh Code Descriptions: Igniter/Inducer Harness Plug Connections Pressure switch failed to close in the ignition 1 Display/Diagnostics was from limit switch open Rapid Flashing Bus Activity - Message being Not Applicable (normalscrew-terminal operation) thermostat R/2 to terminal Pin # Function sequence e: A 0.25 second flash followed by 3.75 seconds of off time. Cool Fan OFF Delay 0 seconds transmitted D/1 jumper. Table 2. Igniter/Inducer harness plug Connector 4-Pin Gas valve failed to energize 17 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM 1 High Limit Out rtbeat: Constant 0.5 second bright, 0.5 second dim cycles. • This activates the error code recall. Pressure switch failed to open in the ignition 3 Display/Diagnostics Single Blink Bus Activity Received Not Applicable (normal operation) ng start-up the STATUS LED blinks fast for approximately 2 seconds. If the Pin # (90 Vac, current Reference Lettering Function 2 Flame Sense Flame Signal Input limited) Low voltage is detected on 24 Vac input 125 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM sequence message acknowledgment 200U1000 continues blinking fast (8 pulses/second), the control has failed and 3 24 Vac IMPORTANT 1 Hot IND-HOT Inducer 120 Vac A bad fuse has been detected (NOTE: This 92 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM The pressure switch opened in run or trial 98 Display/Diagnostics st be replaced. Off No Bus Activity Check/Repair: Disconnect the S9200U1000 If the R/2 to D/1 terminal jumper is not removed within the 4 Not Used (TBD) alarm is stored in the Status Code History) for more than the allowable time dard LED Fault Pattern (Single X Flash): LED flashes X times at 2HZ, then off from the external 10 bus wiring, cycle power and 2 IGN-HOT Igniter 120 Vac seconds, the history will be erased. 5 Rollout Switch Out check the bus activity. If there is activity, 3 seconds. The gas valve relay was sensed as closed 100 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM Limit switch open 26 Display/Diagnostics repair external bus wiring/devices before 3 IND-NEUTRAL Inducer Neutral anced LED Fault Pattern (X + Y Flash): LED flashes X times at 2Hz, remains 6 24 Vac Common when it should be open 4. Eachthesaved errorback. code blinks once on the red status LED, reconnecting S9200U1000 Flame detected out of sequence 34 Display/Diagnostics or one second, flashes Y times at 2Hz, remains off for three seconds, and 7 High Limit In + Pressure Switch Out IGN-NEUTRAL starting with thethe most recently stored error code. If there is still no activity, replace control. 4 Igniter Neutral Electronics down 18 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM n repeats. Soft lockout due to flame current 5 Display/Diagnostics 8 Chassis Ground NOTE: If there are no error codes to display, the red status LED immediately returns to norReversed line polarity 33 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM a This LED is active even if a conventional thermostat is controlling the appliance. 9 Main Valve Common Table 10. E-Com Status Codes mal operation. 85 Display/Diagnostics Soft Lockout due to recycle; last recycle 16_Troubleshooting_p295.indd 254-255 3/24/08 4:30:21 PM Earth ground problem 88 Display/Diagnostics/EnviraLNK®/TAM was from pressure switch open 10 Pressure Switch In

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Technical Information Carlin Ignitor Testing Procedure This test procedure consists of three tests. The first test should be the ignitor spark test. The second test is a secondary coil resistance test. The third test consists of an input current test. The following is a step by step procedure to perform these tests. It is important that all three of these tests be performed.

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resistance is more than 10%, the secondary coil may be failing. Replace the ignitor. If the difference between electrode-to-ground is within 10%, proceed with the input current test.

41000 Ignitor Spark Test

Figure 1

1. Turn off the power to the burner/appliance. 2. Release the ignitor hold down screws or clips. 3. Swing the ignitor plate fully open. 4. Use an ohmmeter to check the resistance from electrode to ground for each of the electrodes. (see figures 2 & 3) 5. The secondary coils are good if the difference between the two readings is less than 10%. 6. If the difference in the electrode-to-ground

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1. Turn off the power to the burner/appliance. 2. Disconnect the ignitor wires in the burner junction box. 3. Release the ignitor hold down screws or clips. 4. Swing the ignitor plate fully open. 5. Bend the copper ignitor clips or springs until the clip ends are 1/2” apart. 6. Set a multimeter to read AC milliamps. 7. Using a test power cord with a switch, wire the ignitor blue lead to one of the multimeter leads. Wire the other lead of the mutimeter to the hot side of the test cord. Wire the white ignitor wire to the neutral side of the test cord. 8. Insure the multimeter is set for AC milliamps and turn on the test power cord switch to power the ignitor. If there is no spark, replace the ignitor. 9. Monitor the input current with the multimeter set on AC milliamps for 5 minutes. 10. If at any time the reading drops below 300 milliamps AC, the ignitor should be replaced. 11. Turn off the power to the ignitor. 12. Remove the power test cord. 13. Re-adjust ignitor clip spacing (1 inch 1/8 inch). 14. Wire the ignitor in its original condition (per burner wiring diagram). 15. Replace all components to normal condition.

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Fuel Valves No. 1 fuel oil - 135,000 BTU per gallon No. 2 fuel oil = 140,000 BTU per gallon No. 4 fuel oil = 155,000 BTU per gallon No. 5 fuel oil = 150,000 BTU per gallon No. 6 fuel oil = 153,000 BTU per gallon Natural gas = 1,000 BTU per cubic foot Natural gas = 100,000 BTU per Therm Manufactured gas = 550 BTU per cubic foot Propane = 2,250 BTU per cubic foot Propane = 92,000 BTU per gallon Electricity = 3,415 BTU per kWh Anthracite coal = 13,700 BTU per pound Bituminous coal = 12,500 BTU per pound Wood = 14,000,000 BTU per mixed cord Fahrenheit to Celsius = (°F – 32°) / 1.8 Celsius to Fahrenheit = C° X 1.8 + 32°

EDR for Hot water Radiators Average Water Output in BTUH Temp °F per sq. ft. EDR 150 110 155 120 160 130 165 140 170 150 175 160 180 170 185 180 190 190 195 200 200 210 205 220 210 230 215 240* 220 250 (also for 1 psi steam) The F.W. Webb Heating Catalog

Maximum copper tubing flow rates and BTUH loads (at 20**T) 1/2” = 1 – _ GPM = 15,000 BTUH 3/4” = 4 GPM = 40,000 BTUH

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Pump Head Rule of Thumb Measure longest run in feet. Allow 6 feet of pump head per 100 feet (this incudes an allowance for the fittings and the boiler).

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41000 Secondary Coil Resistance Test

Figure 2

EDR to Pounds of Condensate per hour (Divide EDR by 4) EDR to GPM (Multiply EDR by 0.005) EDR to BTUH at 1 psig steam pressure (Multiply EDR by 240) EDR to Boiler Horsepower (Divide EDR by 140) EDR to grate Area in Square Feet (Divide EDR by 140) BTUH to EDR (Divide BTUH by 240) BTUH to Boiler Horsepower (Divide BTUH by 33,475) PSIG to Feet of Water (Multiply PSIG by 2.31) Boiler Horsepower to Pounds of Condensate per hour (Multiply BHP by 34.5) Boiler steaming rate (regardless of type or manufacturer) = 1/2 GPM per 1,000 sq. ft. EDR

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1. Turn off the power to the burner/appliance. 2. Disconnect the ignitor wires in the burner junction box. 3. Release the ignitor hold down screws or clips. 4. Swing the ignitor plate fully open. 5. Bend the copper ignitor clips until the clip ends are from 5/8” to 3/4” apart. (see figure 1) 6. Connect a test power cord with a switch to the ignitor leads in the burner junction box. 7. Turn on the test power cord switch to power the ignitor. 8. Check for spark across the ignitor clip ends. 9. If spark occurs, proceed the secondary coil test below. 10. If spark does not jump the gap, or if the spark jumps intermittently, ignitor is defective and should be replaced. 11. Turn off power to the ignitor.

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To increase the concentration of the solution in the system, determine the percent of glycol in solution and apply the following equations: Qa = Vs (Pd - Pt) (100 - Pt) Qa = Quantity, in gallons, to be added Vs = System volume Pd = Percent of solution desired Pt = Percent of solution by test (initial percent) Drain the determined number of gallons from the system and refill with glycol concentrate.

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0.016 0.027 0.044 0.077 0.105 0.173 0.248

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10 10

TOTAL HEAD (ft)

30 25

9 009

8 7

20 0014

6 5

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6 10

3 2

5 0 003 0 5

COPPER TUBE - NOM.

0.015 0.025 0.044 0.68 0.095 0.160 N/A

0013 0010

006 008 005 007 0011 10

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20

25

30

0012

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40

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TOTAL FLOW (gpm)

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0.5

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Qa = 120 (50 - 30) (100 - 30) Qa - 34.3 gallons required STEEL PIPE - IPS

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Example: System volume = Vs = 120 gallons Initial percent of solution from test = Pt = 30% (+4ºF freezing point) Percent of solution desired = Pd = 50% (-34ºF freezing point)

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3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

5.0

5.5

6.0

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24

3-Speed Circulators

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6.5 6.0 5.5

00R

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H High – Speed 3

5.0

M Medium – Speed 2

4.5

L Low – Speed 1

4.0

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12 3.5 10 3.0 8

2.5

6

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TOTAL HEAD (ft)

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2.0

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Technical Information Wiring Diagrams

110-120

for SWG Power Venter or DI Draft Inducer CK-61 or 63 for an Oil Fired Boiler, Furnace or Water Heater

3

FLOW (M /H) 2

4

6

8

10

12

14

25

(with standard primary control) 7 6 5

15 4 10

3

TOTAL HEAD (m)

TOTAL HEAD (ft)

20

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30

40

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60

70

FLOW IN GALLONS PER MINUTE

CK-63 for an Oil Fired System with Honeywell (R8184P, R7184P), Carlin 60200-02, or Equivalent Primary Control

Table 1-N

Quick Pipe Sizing Table Recommended Flow Rates in GPM For All Piping Except Branch Connections on Taco Venturi Sytems Nominal pipe or tubing Size In.

Minimum GPM

Velocity ft/sec.

MAXIMUM GPM

VELOCITY ft./sec.

Minimum GPM

Velocity ft/sec.

MAXIMUM GPM

VELOCITY ft./sec.

1/2”

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1.8

1.9

1.5

2.1

3/4”

1.8

1.1

4.0

2.4

1.5

1.0

3.5

2.3

1”

4.0

1.5

7.2

2.7

3.5

1.4

7.5

3.0

11/4”

7.2

1.6

16.0

3.5

7.0

1.9

13.0

3.5

11/2”

14.0

2.2

23.0

3.7

12.0

2.1

20.0

3.6

steel pipe

copper tubing

23.0

2.3

45.0

4.6

20.0

2.1

40.0

4.1

40.0

2.7

70.0

4.7

40.0

2.7

75.0

5.1

3”

70.0

3.0

120.0

5.2

65.0

3.0

110.0

5.2

31/2”

100.0

3.2

170.0

5.4

90.0

3.1

150.0

5.2

4”

140.0

3.5

230.0

5.8

130.0

3.5

210.0

5.6

5”

230.0

3.7

400.0

6.4

6”

350.0

3.8

610.0

6.6

8”

600.0

3.8

1200.0

7.6

10”

1000.0

4.1

1800.0

7.4

12”

1500.0

4.3

2800.0

8.1

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Wiring Diagrams

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for SWG Power Venter or DI Draft Inducer CK-60 or 61 for an Oil Fired Warm Air Furnace with Electronic Primary Control

for CAS Units CAS-3 Chimney Vent, Single Oil Fired System with Standard Primary Control

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CAS-3 Power Vent, Single Oil Fired System with Standard Primary Control

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Sizing Expansion Tanks

HT and SXHT Hydronic Heating Expansion Tanks

Wiring Diagrams

Quick Sizing Chart

for CAS Units CAS-4 Power Vent, Single 24 Volt Gas Appliance

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CAS-4 Chimney Vent, Single 24 Volt Gas Appliance

baseboard copper

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unit heaters connectors

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Tubular Radiation Rating - Square Feet per Section Height

3 tube

4 tube

5 tube

6 tube

7 tube

14”

2.67

17”

3.25

20”

1.75

2.25

2.67

3.00

3.67

23”

2.00

2.50

3.00

3.50

26”

2.33

2.75

3.50

4.00

4.75

32”

3.00

3.50

4.33

5.00

5.50

38”

3.50

4.25

5.00

6.00

6.75

Column Radiation Rating - Square Feet per Section 3 tube

4 tube

5 tube

6 tube

7 tube

duct height inches

air volume CFM

4”

50

6X4

6”

8”

10”

12”

equivalent air volume round duct ” cfm 5

50

75

6X4

6

75

100

8X4

6X6

6

100

125

10 X 4

6X6

7

125

150

10 X 4

8X6

7

150

175

12 X 4

8X6

8

175

200

14 X 4

8X6

8

200

225

16 X 4

10 X 6

8

225

250

16 X 4

10 X 16

9

250

9

275

275

12 X 6

300

12 X 6

8X8

9

300

400

14 X 6

10 X 8

10

400

500

18 X 6

12 X 8

10 X 10

11

500

600

20 X 6

14 X 8

12 X 10

12

600

8X8

14”

4.00

700

24 X 6

16 X 8

12 X 10

121

700

17”

4.00

800

26 X 6

18 X 8

14 X 10

12 X 12

13

800

5.00

900

30 X 6

20 X 8

16 X 10

12 X 12

14

900

5.00

1000

22 X 8

16 X 10

14 X 12

14

1000

6.00

1100

24 X 8

18 X 10

16 X 12

15

1100

18”

2.25

20”

1.50

2.00

23”

1.67

2.33

26”

2.00

32” 38”

22”

3.00 4.00

1200

26 X 8

20 X 10

16 X 12

15

1200

2.67

3.75

5.00

1300

28 X 8

20 X 10

18 X 12

16

1300

2.50

3.33

4.50

6.50

1400

30 X 8

22 X 10

18 X 12

16

1400

3.00

4.00

5.00

8.00

1500

24 X 10

20 X 12

16

1500

10.00

1600

24 X 10

20 X 12

17

1600

1700

26 X 10

22 X 12

17

1700

1800

28 X 10

22 X 12

18

1800

1900

30 X 10

22 X 12

18

1900

24 X 12

18

2000

44” 45”

5.00

6.00

radiant convector

2000

width

height

sq. ft. per section

5”

20”

2.25

71/2”

20”

3.40

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sq. ft. per linear Foot

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550

1000

1080

26”

42”

48”

48”

48”

1”

6 gal.

2

3

5

8

2

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Vent the mains quickly. This will help the steam get to all the radiators at about the same time. Steam is a gas and it will always look for a way out of the system. When it leaves the boiler, it heads toward the air vents. The bigger the air vent, the more inclined steam will be to head that way. If your system heats unevenly, install a main vent near the end of the each main and watch the difference it makes. Pipe the vent about a foot inches back from the end of the main, and six-to-ten inches up on a nipple to keep it away from any end-of-main water hammer. If you can’t get these exact dimensions, do the best you can. And remember, the bigger the hole, the faster the venting, so it pays to install a tee with a three-quarter-inch tapping for the vent near the end of the main. Don’t try to get by with a tiny hole drilled into the main. Tiny holes don’t vent quickly. Install a “Y’ strainer before the main vent. An old steam system can be plenty dirty! And since steam is moving at high velocity (typically, about 25 mph in a one-pipe system), it picks up particles of rust and sediment. Eventually, this stuff winds up inside the main vent. Before long, your main vents dog and can’t shut. They spit water and lets steam pass to the atmosphere. This creates water-Ievel problems at the boiler. A “Y” strainer, installed vertically before the main vent can protect the vent from system debris and increase its life. Use the strainer as part of your six-to-ten-inch elevation for the main vent and you’ll improve the system’s performance drastically. Then make sure you clean the strainer from time to time!

Vent the radiators based on their size

If your goal is to get all the radiators hot at about the same time on the coIdest day of the year, you’ll have to handle the air in a special way. First, as I said before, vent the mains quickly. That’s important. Then vent the radiators in relation to their size, not necessarily their location throughout the building. The main vents will help get the steam to each radiator at about the same time. Since big radiators contain more air than small radiators, big radiators should have larger air vents than small radiators. That makes sense, doesn’t it? Nevertheless, it’s a fine point in one-pipe steam that’s often misunderstood. Use two vents on oversized radiators. Oversized radiators are always a challenge. No matter what size vent you use, that vent will close once the steam reaches it – even If much of the air remains in that huge radiator. The Dead Men often faced this challenge by drilling and tapping those oversized radiators for a second air vent. They positioned the second vent a few inches lower than the first. The two vents then worked together to let the air out. When steam reached the first vent (the higher of the two), the vent closed. But the second vent (at the lower level) continued to vent air from the radiator. As a result, the radiator heated more completely, and took the Dead Men a step closer to system balance. This trick can work just as well for you!

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Clean the system. If the boiler water is dirty, the steam will carry water with it when it heads off into the piping. This leads to water level problems at the boiler, of course, but it also creates balancing problems throughout the system. The steam gives up its latent-heat energy to the mist of water that’s traveling with it. That stops the steam dead in its tracks. The radiators furthest from the boiler remain cold while the radiators near the boiler room get warm. The burner often short-cycles when the steam quality is poor. This, too, leads to balancing problems. Check the boiler manufacturer’s cleaning instructions. It can take a day or two to get a boiler’s water back in “clean-steam” shape, but this is often the only solution to those balancing problems. Lower the steam pressure. Steam heating systems ride a wave of pressure from the “cut-in” to the “cut-out” setting of the pressuretrol or the vaporstat. The system must cycle up and down on that wave because that’s how the air vents work. Steam pushes the air from the vents; the vents then shuts on temperature. When the steam condenses, the vents are supposed to open to allow venting to continue. But if the system pressure is too high, the air vents might stay closed. Since air can’t escape from a closed air vent the radiators stay cool and the system goes out of balance. The air vents and the pressuretrol or vaporstat work together to move the air from the system. If you set the “cut-in” setting at one-half psi on a pressuretrol, or at about four ounces on a vaporstat, you’ll never lock the air vents closed. The “cutout” pressure should be as low as possible. There is no reason to raise the steam pressure any higher than it has to be. Highpressure steam actually moves more slowly than low-pressure steam. So when you’re trying to balance that one-pipe system, lower the pressure. Check the near-boiler piping against the boiler manufacturer’s specs. If you want a modern steam boiler to produce good quality, dry steam, you have to pipe it the way the boiler manufacturer recommends. Replacement boilers are much smaller than the boiler of the steam era. They use their near-boiler piping to separate the water from the steam. If you want the steam to reach those faraway radiators, it has to be dry. Proper near-boiler piping plays a huge role in the one-pipe-steam balancing act.

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Insulate the steam lines. When steam condenses and turns into water it stops moving. That’s why the Dead Men spent so much time insulating their steam mains. They wanted the steam to condense in the radiators, not in the basement piping. If the asbestos is gone, replace it with a more suitable material and that will help you balance the system because the steam won’t condense as quickly in the basement pipes. Uninsulated steam pipes have about five times the heat loss of insulated steam pipes so wrap them well and give the steam a chance to get where you want it to go.

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Insulating Steam Pipes WHY YOU SHOULD INSULATE STEAM PIPES When you take an old house under your wing you sometimes also get to take possession of an old steam heating system and an awful lot of asbestos insulation that goes along with it. There was a day when asbestos was touted as a miracle product. Nowadays, we know better, Some homeowners choose to contain the asbestos by carefully wrapping it in plastic while others decide to get rid of it once and for all. If you’re getting rid of asbestos there are a few things I want you to know.

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Now, lake the insulation off that pipe and watch what happens. The heat loss of the pipe jumps to an incredible 13,250 BTUs per hour! That’s more than five times the heat loss that the insulated main suffered. And if your basement is colder (or if that runs through a cold crawl space), the heat loss will be even more extreme. And that’s why your basement is 90-degree cozy — even though you’re freezing in your bedroom. As I said, the load that the uninsulated pipes adds to the system can effectively undersize your boiler. When we size replacement steam boilers, we have to make sure the boiler’s ability to produce steam matches the system’s ability to condense steam. It’s like having an evaporator and a condenser in an air conditioning system. In this case, the boiler becomes the evaporator, and the system becomes the condenser. If the “condenser” (the system) is bigger than the “evaporator” (the boiler) the boiler can run for a long, long time before it shuts off because it wiIl never develop any pressure. This will be most apparent during the spring and the fall because the boiler has to overcome the heat loss of the bare pipe every time it starts. During the winter months, when the boiler runs for a longer time, the pipes won’t have as much of an opportunity to cool off, so the problem won’t be as noticeable. Spring and fall will drive you nuts, though. The heat loss of the piping is what steam boiler manufacturers call the “piping and pick-up” factor. When they rate their steam boilers they allow for a piping “pick-up” load that’s equal to one-third of the system’s total radiation load. In other words, they measure how much radiation there is, and then they add a third more boiler capacity to that to allow for the heat loss of the pipes that connect your boiler to your radiators. And they base this one-third “pick-up” factor on insulated mains because steam mains are supposed to be insulated. When the insulation’s gone, the “piping and pick-up” factor the boiler manufacturer built into the sizing chart will suddenly be too small. You can wind up with an effectively undersized boiler and cold rooms. So insulate all the steam pipes you can see. Tuck ‘em in and keep ‘em warm, And remember that the insulation doesn’t have to be fancy to work. You can use something as simple as batt insulation and duct tape n the aesthetics aren’t important to you (who cares what it looks like in that crawl space?). Your goal should be to give steam the best possible chance to get to where you are.

Insulation makes a huge difference when it comes to steam mains. Here’s an example. Suppose you have a 2-1/2” steel main that runs around your basement. Let’s say it’s 50 feet long. Okay, the original installer covered that main with a one-inchthick layer of asbestos insulation years before you were born, That was pretty standard practice. When the air in your basement is 70 degrees, the heat loss of that insulated main is going to be about 2,450 BTUs per hour. Naturally, if the air in your basement is colder than that, the heat loss from the main will be greater, but let’s figure that the air is 70 degrees, just for the sake of comparison.

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hThe piping arrangement wasn’t fail-safe, but it was a vast improvement over the old way of returning condensate directly into the bottom of the boiler.

A Hartford Loop is an arrangement of piping between a steam boiler’s header and its gravity-return piping. The end of the header drops vertically below the boiler’s waterline and connects into the bottom of the boiler. We call this pipe the “equalizer” because it balances the pressure between the boiler’s steam outlet and condensate-return inlet. The “wet” gravity return line, which returns the condensate from the system, rises up from the floor to join with the equalizer at a point about two inches below the boiler’s lowest operating water line.

Should you use a Hartford Loop nowadays? I sure think so! Your low-water cutoff should protect the boiler against a sudden loss of water, but if you have a gravity-return system, a Hartford Loop is the cheapest insurance you can buy to back up that low-water cutoff should a return rupture and water suddenly leave the boiler. Low-water cutoffs are great, but believe it or not, there are a few out there that don’t get blown-down once a week. Really!

The Dead Men didn’t always use this piping arrangement. They used to bring the return directly back into the bottom of the boiler without benefit of either a Hartford loop or an equalizer. When they piped a boiler this way, however, the slightest steam pressure would push water out of the boiler and into the return. They solved this problem by using a check valve in the wet return (that’s the pipe below the boiler water line). Before long, though, they found the check valve would fill with sediment and get stuck open. That caused the water to back out of the boiler again, so they developed the equalizer pipe to replace the check valve. Whatever pressure appears inside the boiler will also appeared inside the equalizer pipe if you size that pipe properly. The two forces balance each other, and the water stays in the boiler. Now, you may wonder what happens if a return line breaks. Well, water will flow from the boiler, and the boiler will either crack (dry-fire) or explode (if someone adds water while it’s dry-firing). That’s a sobering thought, isn’t it? Keep in mind there were no low-water cutoffs during the days of coal- and wood-fired boilers. E. N. McDonnell of McDonnell & Miller fame invented the first low-water cutoff in 1923. He had to wait for the invention of the oil burner before his product made any sense. Around 1919, the Hartford Steam Boiler Insurance and Inspection Company got tired of paying the claims on all those broken boilers, so they came up with the idea of this special piping configuration and mandated it for anyone who wanted insurance on their steam boiler. Before long, everyone was calling it the Hartford (or Underwriters) Loop. If you look at the records of boiler failures before and after 1919, you can see that the loop had a very positive impact on our industry. Here’s how the Hartford Loop works. If a return line breaks, water can only back out of the boiler to the point where the wet return line connects into the equalizer. The Loop works like a siphon that runs out of water. The point where the Loop connects to the equalizer is higher than the boiler’s crown sheet, and that’s what provides the safety. Since the water couldn’t instantly vanish from the boiler, it bought the Dead Men some time to notice the problem and save that wood- or coal-fired boiler.

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The Loop connects into the equalizer through a close nipple and here’s why. Steam rises up through the equalizer, just as it does through the boiler sections. When the relatively cool return water meets that steam at the close nipple, the rising steam bubbles quickly condense. Naturally, the return water rushes in to fill the void left by the collapsing bubbles, and this creates a slight water hammer inside the tee connecting the return to the equalizer. If you use a long nippIe instead of a close nipple, the returning water will have more room to move, so it creates more water hammer through its inertia. Long nipples acts like gun barrels in this case, and you should always avoid them. Stick with a close nipple, or use a “Y” fitting. Generally, you should connect the close nipple about two inches below the bottom of the gauge glass, but check the boiler manufacturer’s specs on this. The centerline of the close nipple has to be below the water line, but above the boiIer’s crown sheet. And don’t install the close nipple two inches below the center of the gauge glass because that’s probably too high. You see, when the water leaves the boiler as steam, the level in both the boiler and the equalizer will drop. If it drops below the close nipple, steam will push down through the equalizer, enter the wet return and create water hammer. This usually happens near the end of the firing cycle, and it causes a very noticeable racket. If the system has a dry return (as most one-pipe steam system do) you still need a Hartford Loop. Consider a one-pipe steam system for a moment. The main works its way from the boiler header, around the basement, and then drops for the first time when it returns to the boiler. There are no return pipes below the boiler water line, so there’s no danger of losing the boiler water should an above-the-waterline return pipe break. But keep in mind that the near-boiler piping has an equalizer that keeps the water from backing out of the boiler when steam pressure builds. If you drop directly from the end of your steam main (the return) into the middle of your equalizer, you’ll set up a condition where steam might have access to the return line through the equalizer as the water line in the boiler steams down. By bringing your return line down to the floor, and then rising up into your equalizer (in other words, by building a Hartford Loop), you ensure that steam in the equalizer can never enter the return line and cause water hammer.

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But let’s say you decide to have that asbestos removed from your steam pipes. Are you going to replace it with a more suitable type of insulation? You should because if you don’t, you’re going to wind up with an undersized boiler. And with an undersized boiler, the rooms in your home will heat unevenly. Some will never get warm enough. Others will be too hot. If your thermostat is in a room that has a cold radiator, you fuel bills will probably also increase because your burner will run longer than it should. You’re also liable to get water hammer noise, especially if the asbestos abatement folks didn’t do a good job of reattaching your pipe hangers. Sags in the pipes cause water to form puddles, and puddles cause problems in steam heating systems.

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First, steam is a hot gas that desperately wants to give up its latent heat energy (an amazing 970 BTUs per pound!) and turn back into water. The steam will give up that tremendous amount of energy to anything that’s colder than it is. In most homes, the steam that leaves the boiler is about 215 degrees F. That’s hotter than just about everything else in the house, right? So when the steam hits a cold pipe, it will quickly make that pipe hot by condensing on it and releasing its latent heat energy. And as soon as the steam condenses, it stops moving because, at that point, it’s no longer steam. The colder the pipes are, the faster the steam will condense on them, and that’s why the builders of old houses covered the steam pipes with an asbestos “blanket.” Asbestos insulation keeps the steam hot. It prevents it from condensing too soon. It’s like a thermos bottle. The Dead Men wanted that steam to stay hot so that it would travel further – like to the upstairs bedrooms. You don’t need the basement to be 90 degrees, do you?

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You base the size of the equalizer on the size of the boiler. Boilers up to 900 square feet EDR (D.O.E. Heating Capacity) should have an equalizer no smaller than 1-1/2”. If the boiler is rated between 900 and 6,400 square feet EDR, use a 2-1/2” equalizer. Boilers sized over 6,400 EDR should have an equalizer that’s four-inch in size. If your equalizer is too small it won’t balance the pressure on the return, and your boiler water line will be very unsteady.

UNDERSTANDING PRIMARY-SECONDARY PUMPING Primary-secondary pumping has become pretty popular nowadays, especially with boiler manufacturers. They love it because it offers a simple way to protect their boilers against low-temperature return water and the resulting flue-gas condensation that low-temperature water causes. This is a legitimate concern because more and more of us are involved with radiant heating where the water returning from the system can be as low as 90 degrees. It’s also a concern when you add a modern boiler to an old gravity hot water system. There’s nothing worse than hitting a hot boiler with cold return water.

If you’re using a condensate return pump, you really don’t need the Hartford Loop. As soon as you add that condensateor boiler-feed pump to a steam system, you open the returns to atmosphere. At that point, the equalizer stops being an equalizer, and becomes just a drip line for the header. All the return water must flow into the pump’s receiver, and from there, into the boiler. The pump has a check valve at its discharge to keep the boiler water in the boiler. Should the check valve fail, the water from the boiler will simply flow into the pump’s receiver, and start the pump. The pump will move the water back in the boiler and then shut off. Then it will do it again – over and over.

There’s nothing complicated about primary-secondary pumping. It all comes down to what happens when water flows through a tee. If water goes in, it has to come out. That’s common sense. But how it comes out makes all the difference in the world. With primary-secondary, you have to set the tees that lead to the secondary circuit no more than 12 inches apart. As the primary flow enters the first of the two tees, it “looks” ahead, and then makes a choice. It can either go straight for 12 inches and be past these two tees leading to the branch circuit, or it can divert through the first tee’s branch and flow through the entire secondary circuit. It becomes a question of which is the easier way.

Should the receiver spring a leak and the check valve fail at the same time, it’s possible for the boiler to lose its water, so you can use a Hartford Loop if the spirit moves you, but there is one large drawback. Every time the pump starts, it will shoot water under pressure through the close nipple and into that bullheaded tee in the header drip. Some of that water will probably fly up into the boiler header where it will create some bodacious water hammer. That’s why I think you’re better off piping your pump discharge into the bottom of the header drip, well below the boiler’s water line.

It’s pretty simple when you get right down to it. When the secondary circulator is off, no water will flow through the secondary circuit because the 12-inch “gap” between the tees in the primary main is the part of least resistance. And it doesn’t matter how large or small the primary and secondary circulators are either. They operate independently because they’re hydraulically disconnected. You size each circulator for the flow rate and pressure drop needs of only the circuit it serves, That’s why you usually wind up with lots of small inline circulators instead of one or two large, base-mounted pumps. The compression tank belongs in the primary main, as does the air separator and the fill valve. Make sure you install your primary circulator so that it pumps away from the compression

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The secondary circulators use the common piping between the primary and secondary circuits as their “compression tank.” Always pipe your secondary circulators so they pump away from the primary loop and toward the radiation. On most jobs, you’ll connect your secondary circuits in a manifold off the two primary-to-secondary tees. Pipe the manifold the same way you would if you were connecting it to a boiler. If one or more of your secondary zones are going to serve a radiant heat zone, use a two-, three-, or four-way valve to mix the water returning from your zone into the hot supply water from the primary circuit. Pipe your secondary circulator on the radiation side of the two-, three-, or four-way valve. Use fIow-control valves to stop gravity circulation from the primary to the secondary circuits. I didn’t always preach this but I’ve learned from experience that it pays to have those flow-control valves in place. And depending on the piping configuration, you might need them on both the supply and return sides of the secondary circuits to stop gravity circulation. We call the system I’ve been describing “one-pipe, primarysecondary pumping.” The primary circulator moves the boiler water through the primary circuit. When the flow of cooler water returns from the secondary circuit, the hot primary water, which jumped the “gap” between the two tees mixes with the return water. The hotter water instantly raises the returning water’s temperature and protects the boiler from fIue-gas condensation and thermal shock. If every zone in a one-pipe, primary-secondary system should call at the same time, however unlikely this might be, the primary circuit’s temperature will drop by its full design temperature drop. In large commercial systems, this can lower the supply water temperature to the secondary circuits at the end of your primary loop. To get around this potential problem, you can use two-pipe, primary-secondary pumping instead. With this system, you pipe the primary circuit as a two-pipe direct- or reverse-return system. This gives you a way of delivering the same water temperature to each secondary circuit. You make your connection from the primary to the secondary circuit from a crossover “tunnel” that drops below the level of the primary supply and return mains. The drop in the pipe makes it easier to get rid of the air.

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Now, imagine yourself as the water in that primary main, What would you do? If the secondary circuit’s circulator were off, wouldn’t you choose to flow straight across those 12 inches of straight pipe? I know I would. That’s the path of least resistance. This is why that 12-inch maximum spacing is so important. If you place the tees too far apart, primary water will begin to see the secondary circuit as a path of lesser resistance and begin to flow that way.

tank. That way, you can take advantage of the primary circulator’s full differential pressure. This makes it much easier for you to get rid of any system air that works its way into the piping. Oh, and if you put full-port ball valves in the common piping between the primary and secondary circuits, you’ll be able to get the air out of the system a lot quicker as well.

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Primary-secondary pumping lets you use small, inline circulators - even on large commercial jobs - and that’s a real plus. And in a multiple-boiler system, this simple method of piping gives you a way to lower boiler standby losses and save fuel. When piped properly, no water will flow through an “off” boiler when its secondary circulator stops. And when the water stops flowing, the standby losses practically disappear.

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Balancing is more of a challenge in a two-pipe, primary-secondary system. You have to look carefully at the flow rate needs of each circuit and “tunnel” and make sure you’re delivering the right flow to those time secondary circuits. This type of system usually calls for some thoughtful engineering, so take you time.

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Replacing a Steam-Heating Boiler HOW TO REPLACE AN OLD STEAM-HEATING BOILER Here are some tips that I thought you might want to file away somewhere for the next time you encounter an old steam heating boiler. Base the size of the replacement boiler on the connected load, not the building’s heat loss. The boiler’s ability to produce steam must match the system’s ability to condense steam. It really doesn’t matter what the building’s heat loss is. The radiators and pipes are going to condense steam at a certain rate, and if the boiler is too small (which usually happens if you size it based on the heat loss), the steam will go just so far. You’ll wind up with a building that has either hot rooms or cold rooms, and there’s not much you can do to cure the problem at that point.

If the boiler goes back to the Coal Era, know that it may be 75 percent larger than it has to be. It was standard to increase the boiler by that much in the old days because engineers weren’t certain the owners could make proper coal fires. By oversizing, they pretty much guaranteed there would be enough heat – even with lousy firemen. A contractor friend regularly measures the radiation and comes up with steam boilers of, say, 60 horsepower where 100 horsepower boilers are already on the jobs. The smaller boilers work beautifully. Never base the size of a replacement steam boiler on the old boiler’s rating. Survey those radiators. It’s the only way to be certain. Be aware of water levels. This is more important in gravity-return systems than it is in pumped-return systems. If the new boiler’s water level is too high, there may not be enough vertical space between the boiler water line and the end of the steam main (in one-pipe systems), or the lowest steam trap (in two-pipe, gravity-return systems). The result? Returning condensate backs

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up into the mains causing water hammer. This usually happens in the middle of the steaming cycle. If the water level of the new boiler is too low, there’s a chance you may turn what was a wet return (a pipe below the boiler water line on a gravity-return system) into a dry return (a pipe that’s above the boiler water line). Here again, your reward for making this mistake is water hammer. If you find an old boiler that’s sitting up on a pedestal, know that it’s there to cover a return line on the building’s first floor. This was once a very common piping practice in apartment buildings. If you install your new boiler off the pedestal you’ll have to create a false water line to avoid water hammer. My book The Lost Art of Steam Heating goes into detail on how to make one of these wonderful devices. You can get a copy in the Books & More section. Check out the replacement boiler’s steaming capabilities. There are several things that make for a good steam boiler. First, if it’s a cast-iron boiler, the interior width of the sections should be as broad as possible. If it’s a steel fire-tube boiler, there should be plenty of space between the tubes. When water turns to steam inside a boiler the steam forms at the point of greatest heat. This is down there at the bottom of the boiler where the static pressure is also the greatest. As the steam bubbles break free from the metal and rise to the surface of the water, each bubble increases in size. If there’s not enough space for this to happen, the bubbles will crowd each other and create surging. It the sections are very narrow, or if the tubes are too close together, the water inside the boiler will fill with steam and become less dense than the water in the gauge glass or the pump controller’s water column. When the burner shuts off, the steam bubbles will suddenly condense. That can drop the water level in the boiler to a point lower than the level in the gauge glass or water column. The water level in the glass or column will then fall into the boiler. That makes the boiler-feed pump short-cycle and the low-water cutoff bounce on and off. Choose a boiler with lots of internal space.

Replacing a Steam-Heating Boiler

Compare the exit velocities of several boilers before you settle for one. The formula for figuring steam velocity is: Steam Velocity = Lbs./Hr X Cubic Volume of Steam (at the system’s pressure) 25 X Internal area of the steam nozzle Base the Lbs./Hr per hour on the Heating Capacity of the boiler. The rest you can get from a steam table and a good piping handbook. The lower the velocity, the drier the steam, and the better the steam boiler. Choose a boiler with the lowest possible exit velocity. Check the steaming rate of the boiler against the time lag of the system. A replacement steam boiler will usually hold less water than the old boiler. Because of this, you may not be able to use that new boiler on a gravity-return system without adding a boiler feed pump (and a false water line). If the job has a condensate pump, you may have to switch over to a boiler feed pump. The only way to know for sure is to find out how much water is in the operating range of the replacement boiler. That’s the vertical space between the center of the gauge glass and the low-water cutoff point. You’ll probably have to ask the boiler manufacturer for this information since few publish it. Once you get it, know that all boilers, regardless of size or type, steam at a constant rate of _ gpm/1,000 sq. ft. EDR (one sq. ft. EDR equals 240,000 BTUH in steam heating work). Now that you know how much water is in the operating range of that new boiler, and since you know its D.O.E. Heating Capacity, you can figure out how long it will fun before it shuts down on low water.

Next, time the lag between steaming and return. Run the old boiler begin timing when the header gets hot. Find how long it takes for the steam to work its way around the system condensate. In a gravity-return system, feel the end of the furthest main and stop timing when it gets hot. In a system with a condensation pump, you’ll stop timing when the pump starts for the first time. Be aware that clogged returns, missing air vents, and poorly pitched pipes can affect a stem’s time lag. If you don’t have enough water in the boiler’s operating range to satisfy the system time lag, you’ll need a boiler feed pump (and a false water line). If the old boiler isn’t operating, you won’t be able to time the lag. At that point, you’ll be making an educated guess, and this is where steam heating crosses the line between science and art, which is why I called my book The Lost Art of Steam Heating. Get yourself a copy at Books & More! Use the boiler manufacturer’s near-boiler piping diagrams. Nowadays, you have to consider near-boiler piping to be a part of the boiler because manufacturers depend on it to act as a separator for carry-over water. Check out the directions in their manuals and follow them exactly. Also, read what the manufacturer has to say about cleaning the boiler system and follow that as well.

Look, too, for a boiler that has as much vertical space as possible between the center of the gauge glass and the steam outlet. Boilers with top outlets generally produce drier steam than boilers with side outlets. You want that outlet to be as far away as possible from the surface of the water to avoid carryover. A sectional cast-iron boiler is less susceptible to changes in boiler water level than a steel, horizontal-fire-tube boiler because of the difference in shape. When the water rises a few inches in a round, horizontal boiler, the steaming space gets smaller because the water is reaching the top of a circle. In a cast-iron, sectional boiler, this doesn’t happen because the water is rising to the top of a rectangle rather than a circle.

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If you find the building is over-radiated, consider removing radiators, or better yet, use thermostatic radiator valves at the existing radiators. Don’t downsize the boiler figuring each radiator will get “half-hot.” What will actually happen is that a portion of the radiators in the building will get fully hot while the others stay stone cold.

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Go from room to room and survey the radiators. Then use a suitable pick-up factor for the piping. If you look in a boiler manufacturer’s catalog you’ll see they’ve already built in a pick-up factor. It’s the difference between the Net load and the D.O.E Heating Capacity load. It’s standard to increase the Net load by a factor of 1.33 nowadays to get to the Heating Capacity. If you notice that radiation is missing from the building, though, or if you see there’s no insulation on the pipes, the piping pick-up may be more than you expect. In cases such as these, protect yourself by using a larger pick-up factor. Measure the radiation and multiply it by a factor of 1.5. Then select the boiler from the D.O.E. Heating Capacity column, not the Net column. You’ll be glad you did this when that boiler starts for the first time.

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Converting from Steam to Hot Water CONVERTING FROM STEAM TO HOT WATER HEAT? First things first. Before the 1920s, most steam contractors used cast-iron, column-type radiators. Those are the freestanding ones with the real wide sections. Column radiators were perfect for steam heating because they had a lot of internal space and they allowed the steam to rise up and displace the heavier air In the case of one-pipe steam, the air worked its way out of the radiator air vent. With two-pipe, the air escaped through the steam trap (or that old Vapor gizmo) and left the system through a vent somewhere down the main. Having a radiator with lots of internal space also allowed room for the condensate to get out of the way of the steam.

And that next step is to check to see if your system is one-pipe steam or two-pipe steam. This may seem like an easy thing to do, but don’t go by just one or two radiators. Many systems have a combination of both one- and two-pipe radiators, and that’s perfectly normal - for steam. Look it over. While it’s possible to convert a one-pipe radiator to hot water, it’s sometimes not practical. You have to run a second pipe from the top of each radiator back to the boiler. Some folks use radiant-floor tubing to do this. They drill and tap the top of the radiator section that’s opposite the supply valve and then run either PEX tubing or rubber hose back to the boiler, connecting it to the mains with cable ties as they go. Once back in the boiler room, they use manifolds with individual circuit-balancing valves to make their return connection to the boiler. Most plumbing & heating supply houses sell this gear nowadays.

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A conversion from two-pipe steam to hot water is usually easier to do, but examine the system carefully before you make a decision. Many of the older two-pipe systems were Vapor systems. There may be orifices in either the supply valves or the return elbows. Those radiator return elbows may also have tiny check valves or stainless-steel balls that can mess up the flow if you don’t know they’re there. Look the job over carefully and if you have any doubts, go to the Wall and ask for help. Before you break out the tools, do a complete and accurate heat loss calculation on the entire building. Don’t settle for one of those cockamamie rules of thumb that has you measuring the cube of the building and multiplying by an arbitrary number. Rule-of-thumb methods will oversize your system by a ridiculous amount. Take the time to do it right. If you don’t know how to do a heat-loss calculation, check out the Quick Sizing Forms available from The Hydronics Institute (http://www.gamanet.org/ publist/hydroordr.htm) Once you get an accurate heat loss calculation, measure the existing radiation for square footage of Equivalent Direct Radiation (EDR). You’re trying to find out if the radiation that’s already in the building will be able to heat the place once the relatively cooler hot water is flowing through it. Keep in mind that one-psi steam in a radiator will bring the surface of that radiator up to 215 degrees. Hot water, by comparison, is usually only about 180 degrees, tops. A square foot of steam EDR will put out 240 Btuh. Convert that radiator to hot water and you’re only going to get about 150 Btuh out of that same square foot of radiation. So, for instance, if you have a five-tube, 26” high, 10-section, cast-iron radiator running on steam, it will emit 8,400 Btuh. Convert the system to 180degree hot water and you’ll get only 5,250 Btuh out of that radiator. If you’re looking for a fast way to figure out how much EDR is in a radiator, get a copy of my book, The Golden Rules of Hydronic Heating, which you’ll find in the Books & More section. Once you’ve gone through that exercise, ask yourself if this lesser output from the radiators will be enough to heat each room on the coldest day of the year. This depends on the heat loss and that’s why you have to take the time to do both an accurate heat loss calculation AND a survey of the existing radiation. It after you’ve done your homework, you find the existing radiation can carry the heat loss on the coldest day of the year, you can move on to the next step.

Converting from Steam to Hot Water

Check the system for leaks. Keep in mind a steam system is used to seeing only about two-psi steam pressure. If there are leaks anywhere, you might not have noticed them at such a low pressure. This is especially true if the leaks are in the return lines. But when you fill the system with water the static pressure is going to be a lot higher. You’ll notice those leaks for sure! It’s so much better to find them before the conversion, if you can. A two-story hot water system will have at least 12-psi static pressure on it. A three-story building will have 18-psi pressure, and so on. Add in the pump’s pressure along with the pressure of the expanding water as it heats and you can see the dramatic difference between steam and hot water. So before you commit to the job, raise the steam pressure to about 10-psi pressure and walk through the entire system looking for leaks. If they’re there, they should show up under the increased steam pressure. Once you see them, you’ll have a better idea at what you’re up against, and you’ll be able to make the decision as to whether or not you should move on from here. Next, if the system looks sound, you can take out the tools and go to work. You’ll have to remove the innards from all the thermostatic radiator traps and float & thermostatic traps near the ends of the main (if you have them) so the water will be able to flow freely. Again, be especially aware of any old Vapor equipment. There’s a big difference in size between the supply and return lines in a steam system so balancing will always be a challenge when you’re running on hot water. Leave the old radiator supply valves in place if they’re working. You’ll be able to use them for balancing the flow and the heat once you have the system up and running. Most two-pipe steam systems are similar to two-pipe, direct-return hot water systems. The big difference is that, unlike a hot water system, the return line doesn’t increase much in size as it returns to the boiler. With steam, the lines are picking up condensate, not the much greater flow at water you expect to see in a hot water system. Because of this, you may have to redo the return lines to accommodate the greater flow you’ll be seeing once you’ve converted the system. Are you beginning to see why I prefer to fix old steam systems rather than convert them to hot water? The good news, however, is that each two-pipe radiator will have a return that’s at least 1/2” in size. A 1/2” line can safely carry 1-1/2 gpm of hot water and that translates to about 15,000 BTUH, which is usually more than the typical radiator will need to put out to heat the average room.

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If you’re going to keep the old boiler, you’ll have to change the trim, get getting rid of the gauge glass, the low-water cut-off, pressuretrol and near-boiler piping. If you’re replacing the boiler, you’ll still be getting rid of the existing near-boiler piping and setting the boiler up as you normally would with a hot water system. If you’re not sure how to do this, get a copy of Pumping Away, which is also in the Books & More section of www.HeatingHelp.com. Size your circulator based on your heat loss calculation, not on the existing radiation. Take your gross BTUH load and divide by 10,000 to get the GPM for the pump. To figure pump head, measure the longest piping run, from the boiler to the furthest radiator and back. Allow six feet of pump head for each 100 feet of piping in that longest run. That’s a rule of thumb, but it works well.

Use a good air separator. Every hot water system needs a good air separator. Sizing the compression tank is tricky because there’s going to be so much water in those old steam pipes than you’d expect to find in hot water system of the same BTUH rating. This is important because you base the size of the compression tank on the system’s total water volume. Figure out how much water you have in the system, and then talk with the compression tanks. Don’t depend on their quick-sizing charts in this case. They base those charts on standard systems, not steam conversions. You’ll have to get a count on how many feet of each size pipe you have in the system to estimate the total water volume. Here’s a chart that will help you figure out how much water you can expect to find in each foot of pipe:

Pipe

Gallons in each linear foot

1/2”

016

3/4”

.028

1”

.045

11/4”

.078

11/2”

.106

2”

.170

21/2”

.250

3”

.380

4”

.660

5”

1.040

6”

1.500

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After the 1920s, steamfitters began using cast-iron, tube-type radiators (the ones with the thin sections). These were actually hot water radiators, but they also worked well on steam systems. Building owners preferred them because they were nicer to look at. Tube-type radiators do have push nipples across the top of the sections, so if that’s what you have, you can move on to the next step.

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The trouble with those old column radiators, though, is that their makers never intended for them to be used with hot water. Those individual radiator sections aren’t connected across the top, and that presents a challenge with water. You have to look real close to notice this on those old radiators, and it’s the very first thing you should look for when you’re considering a conversion from steam to hot water. If you don’t see those top push nipples, the conversion isn’t going to be very easy - or practical. Water won’t flow well through a sectional radiator that’s not connected across the top. To make it work, you’d have t0 drill and tap each section and install air vents all the way across the top. Or, if you have a LOT of patience, you can wait for the system water to absorb the air and move it to the air separator. This could take months.

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If you’ve gotten this far, the next question will be, How do I control this hybrid I just created? The best way I know is to run the system on continuos circulator with an outdoor-air rest controller, It costs a bit more to set it up this way, but it is by far the best way I know to operate any hot water system, be it old or new.

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Technical Information

SR501 Switching Relay Wiring

THERMOSTAT

THERMOSTAT

T

T

R W T T

COM

R W T T

SR501 1 ZONE SWITCHING RELAY

24 VAC COM

POWER T STAT

H

R W T T

WHITE 120 VAC INPUT BLACK

24 VAC COM

4 4 6 6 5 N H 3 N/O N/C N/C N/O

T

T

T

24 VAC

T T ZONE 1

24 VAC

T T ZONE 2

T T ZONE 3

T T ZONE 4

T STAT 1 VALVE 1 T STAT 2 VALVE 2 T STAT 3 VALVE 3 T STAT 4 VALVE 4 T STAT 5 VALVE 5 POWER

T T ZONE 5

ZVC 405 FIVE ZONE ZONE VALE CONTROL

ZONE 1 1 2 3 4

N/O COM N/C

ZONE 2 1 2 3 4

ZONE 3 1 2 3 4

ZONE 4 1 2 3 4

ZONE 5 1 2 3 4

4 4 6 6 5 N H 3 N/O N/C N/C N/O JUMPER 3&4 TO BOILER AQUASTAT RELAY

JUMPER

JUMPER TO: TT ON BOILER

TO: ZC TO: ZR

H N

CIRCULATOR

TO: TT ON BOILER TO: 120 VAC POWER

SYSTEM PUMP

TO: 120 VAC POWER

REMOVE JUMPER. DO NOT CONNECT POWER TO N AND H TERMINALS.

T STAT LIGHT WILL GO * ON AND OFF WITH 24 VAC SIGNAL. POWER LIGHT WILL ALWAYS BE OFF.

SYSTEM PUMP AND BOILER TURN ON WHEN ANY ZONE VALVE OPENS.

Priority Zoning Circulator Controlling SR504/506 Switching Relay

ZVC404/406 with System Pump THERMOSTAT

THERMOSTAT

THERMOSTAT

T

T

T

N

PRIORITY OFF

BOILER 3 4

ON

H

PRIORITY POWER IN PR-IN PR-OUT LIVE NEUT

24 VAC MODE

120 VAC INPUT

ZONE 6 PRIORITY

NORMAL RESET

OFF ON

T T ZONE 1

24 VAC

FUSE (7 AMP MAX)

WHITE 120 VAC INPUT BLACK

FACTORY INSTALLED TRANSFORMER

A AQUASTAT ON DHW HEATER

PRIORITY OFF

T

SR 506

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

X X END SWITCH

SIX ZONE SWITCHING RELAY WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY

ZC ZR

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

120 VOLT CIRCULATORS

POWER ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 5 ZONE 6

N/O COM N/C ZONE 6 RELAY

T T ZONE 4

T T ZONE 5

T T ZONE 6

ZVC 406

ZONE 1 1 2 3 4

ZONE 2 1 2 3 4

ZONE 3 1 2 3 4

ZONE 4 1 2 3 4

ZONE 5 1 2 3 4

JUMPER 3&4

ZONE 6 1 2 3 4

120 VAC INPUT

JUMPER 3&4

TO BOILER AQUASTAT RELAY

POWER INPUT

FUSE 1 AMP

REMOVE JUMPER

EXTRA END SWITCH

T T ZONE 3

T STAT 1 VALVE 1 T STAT 2 VALVE 2 T STAT 3 VALVE 3 T STAT 4 VALVE 4 T STAT 5 VALVE 5 T STAT 6 VALVE 6 POWER

OFF

120V RELAY

24 VAC POWER

MAIN END SWITCH

ZONE 6 PRIORITY ON

T T ZONE 2

FIVE ZONE ZONE VALE CONTROL WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY

THERMOSTATS

SLAVE

A

24 VAC

POWER IN

THERMOSTAT 1 2

WHITE 120 VAC INPUT BLACK

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PRIORITY ON

FACTORY INSTALLED TRANSFORMER

MASTER PRIORITY ZONING CIRCULATOR

MOTOR END SWITCH

TACO 4 WIRE ZONE VALVE 3 WIRE ZONE VALVE (POWER OPEN, SELF CLOSING)

2 WIRE ZONE VALVE (NO END SWITCH)

CIRCULATOR

CIRCULATOR

TO: 120 VAC POWER

1 2 3

BOILER

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4 4 6 6 5 N H 3 N/O N/C N/C N/O

THERMOSTAT

24 VAC

END SWITCH

120 VAC INPUT

THERMOSTAT

POWER T STAT

POWER T STAT

120 VAC INPUT

THERMOSTAT

POWER IN

SR501 1 ZONE SWITCHING RELAY

24 VAC

WHITE 120 VAC INPUT BLACK

N 24 VAC SIGNAL

FACTORY INSTALLED TRANSFORMER

ALTERNATIVE WIRING (24 VAC POWERED INPUT SIGNAL)

FUSE (5 AMP MAX)

SR501 1 ZONE SWITCHING RELAY

ALTERNATIVE WIRING (TANKLESS COIL)

FACTORY INSTALLED TRANSFORMER

TYPICAL WIRING (COLD START)

ZVC403/405 with System Pump

DRY CONTACTS

BOILER

H N

SYSTEM PUMP

TO: “TT” ON BOILER

2 WIRE ZONE VALVE (NO END SWITCH)

1 2 3

TACO 3 WIRE ZONE VALVE

MOTOR END SWITCH

PRIORITY ZONE

SEE NOTE

4 WIRE ZONE VALVE (POWER OPEN, SELF CLOSING)

BOILER SYSTEM PUMP AND BOILER TURN ON WHEN ANY ZONE VALVE OPENS.

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Technical Information SR501 Switching Relay

THERMOSTAT

TYPICAL WIRING

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16

16

SR504 & SR506 Switching Relay

THERMOSTAT

ALTERNATIVE WIRING

SR501 1 ZONE SWITCHING RELAY

R W T T

THERMOSTATS

COLD START BOILER APPLICATION

SR501 1 ZONE SWITCHING RELAY

24 VAC

Technical Information

R W T T

COM

24 VAC

SR 506

COM

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

ZONE 6 PRIORITY ON OFF

SIX ZONE SWITCHING RELAY WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY

120V RELAY

POWER T STAT

POWER T STAT

ZC

ZR

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

120 VOLT CIRUCULATORS

POWER INPUT

4 4 6 6 5 N H 3 N/O N/C N/C N/O

4 4 6 6 5 N H 3 N/O N/C N/C N/O

TO: “TT” ON BOILER

SR 506 POWER ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 5 ZONE 6

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

ZONE 6 PRIORITY ON OFF

SIX ZONE SWITCHING RELAY WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY

120V RELAY 24 VAC POWER

X X END SWITCH

ZC

ZR

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3 ZONE4 ZONE5 ZONE6

120 VOLT CIRUCULATORS

POWER ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3 ZONE 4 ZONE 5 ZONE 6

POWER INPUT

JUMPER

TO: “ZC” ON AQUASTAT 120 VAC INPUT

TO: “ZR” ON AQUASTAT

120 VAC INPUT

JUMPER TO: TT ON BOILER

TO: ZC TO: ZR TO: 120 VAC POWER

CIRCULATOR

CIRCULATOR

SR504 & SR506 Switching Relay THERMOSTATS

THERMOSTATS

TANKLESS COIL BOILER APPLICATION

24 VAC POWER

technical tips

COLD START BOILER APPLICATION

24 VAC POWER

SR503

SR503

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3

ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3

THREE ZONE SWITCH RELAY WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY FUSE 1 AMP

N

P

ZC

THREE ZONE SWITCH RELAY WITH OPTIONAL PRIORITY POWER ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3

H

X2 X1 ZR ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3

FUSE 1 AMP

N

JUMPERS

ZC

H

X2 X1 ZR ZONE1 ZONE2 ZONE3

TO: 120 VAC POWER (NEUTRAL)

TO: 120 VAC POWER (HOT)

TO: 120 VAC POWER (HOT)

TO: “TT” ON AQUASTAT CONTROL

120 VOLT CIRCULATORS

TO: “TT” ON AQUASTAT CONTROL

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POWER ZONE 1 ZONE 2 ZONE 3

JUMPERS

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FUSE 1 AMP

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120 VAC INPUT

TO: 120 VAC POWER

X X END SWITCH

FUSE 1 AMP

120 VAC INPUT

JUMPER

24 VAC POWER

THERMOSTATS

TANKLESS COIL BOILER APPLICATION

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120 VOLT CIRCULATORS

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Expansion Tank Cross Reference

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SECTION

16

16

flexcon

vent-rite

amtrol

watts

state

elbi

B&G

sparco

HT-15

VR-15-FG

15

ET-15

ET-2

XT-15

HFT-15

TK3000-15

HT-30

VR-30-FG

30

ET-30

ET-5

XT-30

HFT-30

TK3000-30

HT-60

VR-60-FG

60

ET-60

ET-7

XT-60

HFT-60

TK3000-60

HT-90

VR-90-FG

90

ET-90

ET-14

XT-90

HFT-90

TK3000-90

SXHT-30

SXVR-30-FG

SX-30

NA

ET-15

XTV-30

HFT-30V

XPS-30

SXHT-40

SXVR-40-FG

SX-40

NA

ET-20

XTV-40

HFT-40V

XPS-40

SXHT-60

SXVR-60-FG

SX-60

NA

ET-36

XTV-60

HFT-60V

XPS-60

SXHT-90

SXVR-90-FG

SX-90

NA

ET-52

XTV-90

HFT-90V

XPS-90

SXHT-110

SXVR-110-FG

SX-110

NA

ET-86

XTV-110

HFT-110V

XPS-110

SXHT-160

SXVR-160-FG

SX-160

NA

ET-96

XTV-160

HFT-160V

XPS-160

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51826U

41000-SO-CAS 10SAY-15

T94E

313-28AB85

2275-633 2275U 2275-653 2275U 2275-619 2275U

51880U 51837U 51825U

41000-SO-LC — 41000-SO-WM 10SAY-32 41000-SO-WA3 10SAY-03

— T96E T93E

12-8AB7 — 313-28AB91

41000-SO-WA2 10SAY-30 41000-SO-WA1 10SAY-31 41000-SO-KIT 10SAY-KIT

T-88E T89-10E T97K

313-25AB78 313-28AB205 —

2275-620 2275U 51827U 2275-647 2275U 51836U 2275-KIT1 2275U 51835

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Thermolok

T-84 T-86 T-34-B T-31N T37

C-792 TSR-10 C-793 C-53 TA-10

T-183B T-80-3M T-92

C-483

T-90 T-95 T-94

TB-11 TC-11 TC-10

T-265 T-28B T-120 T-122 T-29-10B

C-823 C-544 C-794 C-807 C-733

T-88 T-93

C-799 TW-10

T-31N T-18N T-17N

C-456 C-551 C-554

T17M T-21N T1-15

TB-10

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C-555

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BURNER & transformer brand AERO BECKETT S BECKETT AFII BECKETT A, AF, AFG CARLIN 17.5, 200, 201 500, 501, CRD CARLIN 99, 100 101, CRD CARLIN 601 & UP WEIL McLAIN WAYNE HI SPEED M/MH WAYNE E WAYNE HS Ignitor Kit

BURNER MFR Allanson Dongan France Webster 10,000 Volt Secondary Mid Point Ground ABC 2721-411 XD-AB207 5LAY-20 313-25AB59 XD-AB201 5LAY-02 313-25AB86 ABC/SUNRAY 2721-631A A10-SV351 LKR-2 313-25AB73 ABC-CRANE 2721-409 313-25AB65 ABC-D&LC 2721-452 ACME/QUIET HEET 421-104 A10-SR12 LGNV ACME-WEATHERALL 2721-457 5LAY-11 3-25AB-AH XD-AR211 5LAY-56 3-24XAB-AER AERO 2721-456 ARCO/AMER.STANDARD 421-216 LGNV ARCO/AMER.STANDARD 421-557 A10-SP18 LGHW 312-26ABE23 312-25ABE1 ARMSTRONG/ESSO 421-340 LGPW-2 BECKETT A, AF 2721-628 XD-BK103 5LAY-04 3-28AB-BAF BECKETT AFG 2721-628G BECKETT AFII 2721-658 3-32AB-BAF BECKETT S 2721-605 XD-BK204 5LAY-05 3-28AB-BS CARLIIN 200 201 500 CRD 2721-629 XD-CR206 5LAY-16 313-24AB81 CARLIN 100 CRD 2721-630 XD-CR205 5LAY-15 313-28AB85 CLEAN BURN 2721-654 5LAY59 CLEAVER BROOKS 421-659 312-8AO97 DUCANE 421-430 A10-SQ182 5LAY-06 313-25AB90 GORDON PIATT 421-661 313-25AB100 JOHN WOOD 2721-069 LENNOX 421-331 XD-DC212 313-25AB62 METAL MASTER 421-262 A10-S32 LGM NU-WAY (LARGE PLATE) 2721-448 313-24AB80 NU-WAY (SMALL PLATE) 2721-572 313-24AB82 SUNRAY 421-104E 312-26AB022 WAYNE (BLUE ANGEL) 2721-647 5LAY-31 313-28AB205W WAYNE E 2721-620 XD-WN208 5LAY-30 313-25AB78 WAYNE HI SPEED M MH 2721-619 XD-WN202 5LAY-03 313-28AB91 12,000 Volt Secondary Mid Point Ground CARLIN 2714-633 A12-SV10 2KACVS-2 12-8AB7 CLEAVER BROOKS 2714-359 A12-SJ10 2KAAVS-1 12-8AO8 BECKETT 2714-656 GORDON PIATT 2714-662 12-8AB02 10,000 Volt Secondary Mid Point Ground UNIVERSAL 6 WAY 421-BT053 312-24ABE203 421-BT104 A10-SR10 LGCV 312-24AB0237 A10-SX10 LGDW 312-24ABE202 421-BT240 A10-SW10 LGEV 312-25AB0237 421-BT276 A10-SQ10 LGDV 312-24AB0202 421-BT290 A10-SJ10 LFBV 312-25AB0202 421-BT299 A10-SV10 LGFV 312-25ABE0202 421-BT332 A10-SF10 LFAV 312-24A0202 421-BT387 LAUV 312-25AX0600 421-BT636 INDUSTRIAL TYPE IGNITION TRANSFORMERS 6,000 Volt Secondary One End Ground 120 Volt GAS APPLICATION 1092-F A06-SA6 6EEGW-2 612-6A7 10,000 Volt Secondary One End Ground 120 Volt OIL APPLICATION 542-A 312-6A0456

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Technical Information

Gas Valves Selection Guide TRADE REPLACEMENTS (Double-Check Specifications Before Replacement)

Universal Service Part

Direct Service Part Replacement VR8300A4508

VR8300A4516

VR8300A3500

Before Replacement)

SPECIFICATIONS

ACCESSORIES

ACCESSORIES

Includes Includes OpeningService Inlet/Outlet Opening Temperature Universal Direct Service Pressure Part Regulator Inlet/Outlet Pressure Regulator Temperature Characteristics Characteristics Q340 3/4" x 1/2" Natural to LP Q340 3/4" Straight 3/4" x 1/2" 1/2" Natural x 3/8" to LP Remote 3/4"Rod Straight Part Size (in.) ReplacementSetting(standard, (psi) Size (in.) Setting (psi) Range (standard, step) step) Range Thermocouple Reducer Bushing Conversion Kit ThermocoupleFlange Reducer BushingReducer Conversion BushingKit Adapter Flange Standard

Standard VR8300A4516

3/4 x 3/4 VR8300A4508 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

COMPETITIVE REPLACEMENT Honeywell Remote Rod 1/2" x 3/8" Reducer Bushing Adapter

Honeywell White-Rodgers

VR8300A4003, VR8300A4011, VR8300A4037, None None VR8300A4045, VR8300A4557, VR8300A4565

VR8300A4003, VR8300A4011, VR8300A4037, 36C01-405 VR8300A4045, VR8300A4557, VR8300A4565 VR8300A3104, VR8300A3120, VR8300A3153, VR8300A3161, 36C03-300,VR8300A3203, 36C03-400, 36C03-433, VR8300A3559, 36C03-258 VR8300A3567, VR8300A3575

1/2 x 3/4 VR8300A3500 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 3/4 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) One

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

One

NoneOne

NoneNone

VR8300A3104, VR8300A3120, VR8300A3153, VR8300A3161, None VR8300A3203, VR8300A3559, None VR8300A3567, VR8300A3575

Standard

3/4 x 3/4 VR8300A4516 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

One3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

One

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

VR8300A4003, VR8300A4011, VR8300A4037, None None VR8300A4045, VR8300A4557, VR8300A4565

VR8300A4003, VR8300A4011, VR8300A4037, VR8300A4045, VR8300A4557, VR8300A4565

VR8204A2076

Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8204A2076 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

One

None

OneOne

None One

VR8204A1201, VR8204A1219, VR8204A2001, One None VR8204A2175, VR8204A2803

VR8204A1201, VR8204A1219, VR8204A2001, VR8204A2175, VR8204A2803

VR8204M1091

Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8204M1091 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

-40˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

One

None

OneOne

None One

One VR8204M1075

None

36E01-204, 36E01-205, 36E01-206, VR8204M1075 36E01-305, 36E93-304

One

None

36G22-214

VR8245M2530 Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8205A2024 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

One

None

OneOne

None One

VR8245M2530

Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8245M2530 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

-40˚˚ to 175˚˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-40˚˚ to 79˚˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

-40˚˚ to 175˚˚ F One (-40˚˚ to 79˚˚ C)

None

None

None

OneOne

NoneNone

VR8205H1003

Slow

1/2 x 1/2 VR8205H1003 3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Slow

0˚˚ to 175˚˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚˚ to 79˚˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚˚ to 175˚˚ F None (-18˚˚ to 79˚˚ C)

None

None

None

None None

NoneNone

VR8305H4013, None VR8305H4039 None

VR8305H4013, VR8305H4039

3/4 x VR8304H4503 3/4 3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Slow

0˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

None

NoneOne

NoneNone

VR8204H1006, None VR8204H1055 None

VR8204H1006, VR8204H1055

3/4 x VR8345H4555 3/4 3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Slow

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

None

None

1/2 x 3/4 VR8304M3509 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

-40˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) One

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

One

NoneOne

NoneNone

None

None

3/4 x VR8304M4507 3/4 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

None VR8304M4002

None

VR8304H4503

Slow VR8345H4555

VR8345H4555

Slow

VR8304M3509

Standard

VR8304M4507

VR8345M4302

Standard

VR8345M4302

VR8205M1106, VR8205M2310, VR8205M2443, One None VR8205M2450, VR8205M2476

36C01-405 720-406 (7200ER)

36C03-300, 36C03-400, 720-404 36C03-433, (7200ER) 36C03-258

700-400

VR8205M1106, VR8205M2310, VR8205M2443, 36E36-304, 36E22-214 VR8205M2450, VR8205M2476

722-051 (2000DERHC)

720-079 36E36-304, (7200IPER), 36E22-214 720-080 (7200IPER-LP)

36E98-304, 36E24-214, 36E52-214

36E98-304, 36E24-214, 700-052 36E52-214

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

One

One

NoneOne

None One

VR8345M4302

Standard

3/4 x VR8345M4302 3/4 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

VR8205Q2555

2-Stage

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; 1/2 x VR8205Q2555 1/2 2-Stage 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; None None 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

None

OneOne

NoneNone

2-Stage

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; 3/4 x VR8304Q4511 3/4 2-Stage 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; None Two 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

None

None

36C76-406, 36C76-420, 36C76-463

36C76-406, 36C76-420, 36C76-463 36D13-208, 36D13-405, 36G54-214

VR8345Q4563

VR8305M4066, VR8305M4165, 36G22-214, 36C68-423 VR8305M4231

None

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; 3/4 x VR8305Q4500 3/4 2-Stage 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; None One 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

One

NoneOne

NoneNone

None VR8305Q4146

None

36D13-208, VR8305Q4146 36D13-405, 36G54-214

VR8345Q4563

2-Stage

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; 3/4 x VR8345Q4563 3/4 2-Stage 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

1.7 in. wc Low Fire; None Two 3.5 in. wc High Fire

-40˚ to 175˚ F One (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

NoneOne

NoneNone

None

None

36E96-314

VR8200A2124

Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8200A2124 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

0˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

One3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

One

One

None

OneOne

None One

One

None

3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa) 1/2 x 1/2 VR8200A2132

0˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

0˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

VS820A1088

VR8200A2132

Standard VR8200A2744

One

None

OneOne

None One

One

None

One None + One Elbow

OneOne

One None + One Elbow

One VR8200A2322*

None

36E54-214

Standard

1/2 x 1/2 VR8200A2744 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

1˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 1/2 (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) None

1˚ to 175˚ F One (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

None

VS820A1054

Standard

3/4 x 3/4 VS820A1054 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

32˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (0˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

32˚ to 175˚ F None (0˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

OneNone

NoneNone

VS820A1005, VS820A1013, VS820A1047, One None VS820A1278, VS820A5204, VS820A1922

VS820A1005, 36C03U-300, VS820A1013, 36C03U-333, VS820A1047, 36C03U-400, VS820A1278, VS820A5204, 36C03U-433 VS820A1922

VS820A1336

Standard VS820A1088

3/4 x 3/4 VS820A1336 10.0 in. wc (2.49Standard kPa)

32˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (0˚ to 79˚ C)

10.0 in. wc (2.49 kPa) None Two

32˚ to 175˚ F None (0˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

OneNone

NoneNone

VS820A1211, VS820A1740, VS820A1120, One None VS820A1898, VS820A1872, VS820A1906

VS820A1211, VS820A1740, VS820A1120, VS820A1898, VS820A1872, VS820A1906

VS820A1088

Standard

3/4 x 3/4 VS820A1088 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

32˚ to 175˚ F 3/4 x 3/4 (0˚ to 79˚ C)

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) Two

32˚ to 175˚ F One (0˚ to 79˚ C)

None

None

Two

OneOne

Yes None

VS820A1807, VS820A2003, VS820A1815, One Yes VS820A1039, VS820A2011

VS820A1807, VS820A2003, VS820A1815, VS820A1039, VS820A2011

*Canadian Numbers

36E96-314 720-082 (7200IPER2-4)

720-082 (7200IPER2-4)

720-400 (7200ER), 720-402 (7200ER)

720-400 (7200ER), 720-402 (7200ER)

720-400 (7200ER), 720-402 (7200ER)

720-400 (7200ER), 720-402 (7200ER)

VR8200A2116, VR8200A2264, VR8200A2322*

VR8200A2744

VR8200A2322* 36C03U-300, 36C03U-333, 36C03U-400, 36C03U-433

*Canadian Numbers

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Notes: Notes: All piloted valves have a 1/4" compression fitting. All piloted valves have a 1/4" compression fitting. All the VR valves come set for natural gas, but can be converted All the to VRLP valves gas. come set for natural gas, but can be converted to LP gas. The VS820A1054 is for natural gas. The VS820A1336 is for TheLPVS820A1054 gas. is for natural gas. The VS820A1336 is for LP gas. All the VR valves have inlet and outlet pressure taps. The VS820 All the VR valves valves havehave justinlet an outlet and outlet pressure pressure tap. taps. The VS820 valves have just an outlet pressure tap.

720-051 (7200DER)

36E36-304, 36C68-423

VR8205Q2662, VR8205Q2746, VR8205Q2787, 36E54-214 VR8205Q2381

2-Stage

VR8200A2744

36G22-214, 720-051 36C68-423 (7200DER)

36E36-304, 36C68-423

VR8305Q4500

VR8200A2116, VR8200A2264, VR8200A2322*

700-052

VR8304M4002

None3.5 in. wc (0.87 kPa) One

VR8304Q4511

16

720-079 (7200IPER), 720-080 (7200IPER-LP)

720-070 (7200IPER-S7C), 720-071 (7200IPER-S7C), 720-072 720-070 (7200IPER-S7C), 720-071 (7200IPER-S7C), 720-072 (7200IPER-S7C), 720-073 (7200IPER-LP-S7C) (7200IPER-S7C), 720-073 (7200IPER-LP-S7C)

-40˚ to 175˚ F 1/2 x 3/4 (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

VR8345Q4563

700-400

36G22-214 722-051 (2000DERHC)

1/2 x 3/4 VR8305M3506 3.5 in. wc (0.87Standard kPa)

VR8205Q2662, VR8205Q2746, VR8205Q2787, One None VR8205Q2381

720-404 (7200ER)

722-079 (2000IPERHC)

Standard

None

720-406 (7200ER)

36E01-204, 36E01-205, 36E01-206, 722-079 (2000IPERHC) 36E01-305, 36E93-304

VR8305M3506

VR8305M4066, None VR8305M4165, VR8305M4231 None

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VR8205A2024

COMPETITIVE REPLACEMENT White-Rodgers Robertshaw

NoneNone

VR8300A4516

VR8245M2530

VR8345H4555

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Technical Information

Technical Information

SmartValve™ Control Systems Selection Guide SPECIFICATIONS

SPECIFICATIONS Includes

Ignition/Application

HSI Water Heaters

Universal Gas Type Ignition/Application Service Part

Opening Universal Characteristics Service Part

SV9570A2518

SV9570A2518

Natural

HSI Water Heaters SV9570A2526

Intermittent HSI Pilot with Combustion Air Control and Limit Monitoring Forced Air Furnace

Standard Opening LP

SV9541Q2561 Intermittent HSI Pilot

SV9570A2526

Ambient Temperature Gas Type Range

Natural 0˚ to 150˚ F (-18˚ to 66˚ C) LP

SV9541Q2561 2-Stage

SV9641M4510 Standard Opening

SV9510M2511

SV9510M2511

SV9520M2536

SV9520M2536

SV9510K2539

SV9510K2539 Slow Opening

SV9520H8513

SV9520H8513 Fast-Slow Opening

SV9601M4571

SV9601M4571

SV9501M2528

A.O. Smith

SV9570A2054, SV9570A2070, SV9570A2096

SV9570A2054, SV9570A2070, SV9570A2096

A.O. Smith

A.O. Smith

SV9570A2062, SV9570A2088, SV9570A2187

SV9570A2062, SV9570A2088, SV9570A2187

ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, KeepRite No ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, Two KeepRite, Mestek, Slant/Fin

ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, KeepRite

SV9540Q2464, SV9541Q3098

SV9540Q2464, SV9541Q3098

0˚ to 150˚ F None (-18˚ to 66˚ C)

A.O. Smith No

None -40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C) Two

No

Yes

No

None

None No

Yes

Modine

Yes

-40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C) None

Yes

No

Intermittent HSI Pilot, General Application

Intermittent HSI Pilot, Natural General Application SV9602P4816

SV9602P4816

SV9602P4824

SV9602P4824 Step Opening

SV9602P4832

SV9602P4832

SV9602P4840

SV9602P4840

SV9510M2347, SV9510M2362, SV9410M2902, SV9510M2347, SV9510M2412, SV9510M2362, SV9510M2354, SV9410M2902, SV9510M2412, SV9510M2354, SV9410M2910, SV9510M2388, SV9510M2420 SV9410M2910, SV9510M2388, SV9510M2420

0˚ to 175˚ F (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

Fast-Slow Opening

Roberts Gordon 0˚ to 175˚ F (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

Armstrong, Concord, AirEase

Two No

0˚ to 175˚ F (-18˚ to 79˚ C) Natural

Slow Opening

None

SV9501M8103

None

0˚ to 175˚ F (-18˚ to 79˚ C)

-40˚ to 175˚ F Two (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

Laars, Utica, Armstrong, Concord, AireEase

None

Yes

SV9501M8103

Yes

Burnham Step Opening None

ICP,SV9501M2056, Heil, Tempstar, SV9501M2080, Arcoaire, SV9501M2718, SV9501M2056, SV9501M2726, SV9501M2080, SV9501M2031, SV9501M2718, SV9501M2049, SV9501M2726, SV9501M2239, SV9501M2031, SV9501M2049, SV9501M2239, Comfortmaker, KeepRite SV9501M2700, SV9501M2734, SV9501M2742, SV9501M2700, SV9501M2064 SV9501M2734, SV9501M2742, SV9501M2064

Yes

Burnham, ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, KeepRite

-40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

Armstrong, Concord, AirEaseSV9520H8042, SV9520H8034, SV9520H8067, SV9520H8026 SV9520H8042, SV9520H8034, SV9520H8067, SV9520H8026

SV9601M4167, SV9601M3003,SV9601M4225 SV9601M4167, SV9601M3003,SV9601M4225 No ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, KeepRite

-40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C) Fast-Fast

Roberts GordonSV9510H2228, SV9510K2133, SV9510K2158, SV9510K2141, SV9510H2228,SV9510K2166 SV9510K2133, SV9510K2158, SV9510K2141, SV9510K2166

Two

Standard Opening -40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

No

None

Slow Opening

SV9501M8129 Fast-Fast

SV9502H2522 Slow Opening

Modine

SV9420M2331, SV9520M2403, SV9420M2323 SV9420M2331, SV9520M2403, SV9420M2323

Yes SV9502H2522

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ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, SV9541M2094, Comfortmaker,SV9540M2229, SV9540M2260, SV9541M2094, SV9640M4116, SV9540M2229, SV9640M4124, SV9540M2260, SV9640M4116, SV9640M4124, KeepRite, Mestek, Slant/FinSV9540M2278, SV9540M2245, SV9640M3126, SV9540M2278, SV9640M4132 SV9540M2245, SV9640M3126, SV9640M4132

Standard Opening -40˚ to 175˚ F (-40˚ to 79˚ C) Natural

Yes SV9501M8129

Replaces

Standard Opening No

Standard Opening Yes

Standard Opening SV9501M2528

Replaces

Opening Natural to LP Characteristics Conversion Kit

-40˚ to 175˚ F Natural (-40˚ to 79˚ C)

Direct Ignition, Natural General Application

OEM Brands

Includes

Ambient Temperature 3/4" x 1/2" ReducerNatural to LP 3/4" x 1/2" Reducer OEM Brands Extension Extension Range Bushings Conversion Kit Bushings Harness Harness

2-StageYes

Standard Opening

Direct Ignition, General Application

CROSS-REFERENCE

technical information

with Combustion Natural Air Control and Limit Monitoring Forced Air Furnace SV9641M4510

CROSS-REFERENCE

Laars, Utica,SV9501H3415, Armstrong, Concord, SV9501H2417, AireEase SV9501H2409, SV9502H1706, SV9501H3415,SV9502H2704, SV9501H2417,SV9501H3423, SV9501H2409,SV9501H2425 SV9502H1706, SV9502H2704, SV9501H3423, SV9501H2425 Burnham, ICP, Heil, Tempstar, Arcoaire, SV9501P2004, SV9601P4107, SV9501P2053, SV9502P2101, SV9501P2004,SV9602P4105 SV9601P4107, SV9501P2053, SV9502P2101, SV9602P4105 Comfortmaker, KeepRite Burnham

SV9501P2087, SV9601P4172, SV9502P2127, SV9602P4121 SV9501P2087, SV9601P4172, SV9502P2127, SV9602P4121

Yes

Two Burnham

SV9501P2020, SV9501P2046, SV9601P4149, SV9601P4164, SV9501P2020,SV9502P2119, SV9501P2046,SV9502P2135, SV9601P4149, SV9601P4164, SV9502P2119, SV9502P2135, Burnham SV9602P4113, SV9602P4139 SV9602P4113, SV9602P4139 SV9601P4115

SV9601P4115

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SECTION

SECTION

16

16

Technical Information

Ignition Modules Selection Guide APPLICATIONS

Universal Service Part

Ignition System

Line Volt Hot Surface Ignition

S8910U1000

Universal Flame Service Sensor Part

1 or 2 Rods S8910U1000

APPLICATIONS

Ignition Ignition Trials Flame Sequence Ignition SystemTo Lockout Sensor (Note 1) (Note 1)

Line Volt Hot 1 or 3 P 1 or 2 Rods Surface Ignition Field Selectable

TIMINGS

Ignition Ignition Trial Time Sequence (Note 1)

4 sec. or 7 sec. P Field Selectable

Ignition Trials Between Trial To Lockout Time (Note 1)

96 1 orsec., 3 3Field TrialSelectable Mode Only

TIMINGS

Ignition Trial Pre-Purge Time

4 sec. or 7 sec. 32 sec. Field Selectable

Flame Between Failure Trial Response Time Time

96 sec., 1.5 sec. 3 Trial Mode Only

FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

Type Pre-Purge of Gas

Nat or32LPsec.

Flame Ignition Failure Typical Ignition Type Source Response Hardware of Gas Time

Norton 201, Norton Switched Line 271, Hot Surface 1.5 sec. Nat or LP Voltage Elements, Q354 Flame Rod

Intermittent Pilot

1 or 2 Rods S8610U3009

Intermittent C Pilot

C1 or 2 Rods

15 sec. or 90 sec. C Field Selectable

5 Minute Delay After C Failed Trial for Ignition

15 0 sec. sec.oror3090sec. sec. Field FieldSelectable Selectable

5 Minute Delay After 2.0 sec. max. Failed Trial for Ignition

0 sec. or 30 sec. Nat or LP Field Selectable

2.0 sec. max. Internal Q345, Q3451,Nat Q3452 or LP

Y8610U6006

Intermittent Pilot

Single Rod Y8610U6006

Intermittent C Pilot

CSingle Rod

15 sec. or 90 sec. C Field Selectable

5 Minute Delay After C Failed Trial for Ignition

15 sec. or 90 sec. 0 sec. Field Selectable

5 Minute Delay After 2.0 sec. max. Failed Trial for Ignition

sec. Nat or0LP

Adapter for 2.0 sec. max. Pilot Burner Internal Nat or LP Included

Notes:

Ignition Includes Source

Typical Ignition Honeywell Hardware

Includes

S89C1004, S89C1007, S89C1012, S89C1046, S89C1087, Norton S89C1103, 201, Norton S89D1002, S89G1005, Switched Line S89G1011, 271, S89G1013, Hot Surface S89G1021, S89G1029, Voltage S89G1047, S89H1003, Elements, S89H1011, S89H1029, S89J1008, Q354 Flame S890D1006, Rod S890G1003, S890G1037, S890H1002, S890H1010

Integral S86 Series ,S90 Series, S8600Integral Series, Damper Internal S8610Q345, Series, Q3451, S8620Q3452 Series, S8660 Damper Series, Connector S8670 Series, S8680J1004 Connector

Internal

Adapter for Pilot Y8610U3003 Burner Included

CROSS-REFERENCE

CROSS-REFERENCE

White-Rodgers Honeywell

Johnson RobertshawWhite-Rodgers Controls

HS780-17NL, 104A, 306A, S89C1004, S89C1007, S89C1012, S89C1046, 308A, HS780-17NR 104A, S89C1087, 50E47 1-79, S89C1103, 101-179, S89D1002, S89G1005, 50E47 1-79, 101-179, 306A, 308A, HS780-34NL S89G1011, 201-279,S89G1013, 301-379, 5047F S89G1021, S89G1029, 201-279, 301-379, 5047F 108A, 304A, 306A, 308A, S89G1047, 1-79, 101-179, S89H1003, 201-279, S89H1011, S89H1029, 1-79, 101-179, 201-279, 312A, HS780-34NR 104A, S89J1008, 301-379 S890D1006, S890G1003, 301-379 306A, 308A, 312A, S890G1037, S890H1002, S890H1010 HS780-34PL 308A

Johnson Controls

Robertshaw

HS780-17NL, 104A, 306A, 308A, HS780-17NR 104A, 306A, 308A, HS780-34NL 108A, 304A, 306A, 308A, 312A, HS780-34NR 104A, 306A, 308A, 312A, HS780-34PL 308A

710-713, 715, 735-737, 710-713, 715, 735-737, 780-002, 780-003, CSA42, 43, 780-002, 780-003, 50D49-350, S86 Series ,S90 50D49-360, Series, S8600 Series, 780-701, 780-715, 50D49-350, 50D49-360, 44, 45, 46, 48, 780-701, 780-715, S8610 50D49-361, Series, 50D50-843, S8620 Series, S8660780-735, Series, 780-736, 50D49-361, 50D50-843, 49, G60, G65, 780-735, 780-736, S8670 50D-401 Series, S8680J1004 780-737, 780-845, 50D-401 G67, G770 780-737, 780-845, SP710, SP715, SP720, Series SP710, SP715, SP720, SP730, SP735, SP750 Series SP730, SP735, SP750 Series

16 CSA42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, G60, G65, G67, G770 Series

Y8610U3003

technical information

S8610U3009

FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

Notes:

1. Ignition Sequence

1. Ignition Sequence

C

Continous retry — After trial for ignition, pilot gas shutsContinous off for retry — After trial for ignition, pilot gas shuts off for C 5 minutes, then another trial for pilot ignition takes place.5 minutes, then another trial for pilot ignition takes place.

P

The number of trials for ignition and trial time is determined The number by of trials for ignition and trial time is determined by the selection tab. If a selection tab is not Pinstalled, the module the selection tab. If a selection tab is not installed, the module will operate at four seconds trial time and one ignition trial. will operate at four seconds trial time and one ignition trial.

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SECTION

16

16

Technical Information

Technical Information

Universal Electronics Fan Timer OEM Replacement Guide RECOMMENDED DIP SWITCH SETTINGRECOMMENDED DIP SWITCH SETTING Model

Original OEM BrandsModel

1 Original OEM Brands

2

1

3

2

4

3

Model

4

Original OEM BrandsModel

1 Original OEM Brands

2

1

3

2

4

3

4

Rheem, RuudST9101A1006

Off

Rheem, Ruud

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120C4016

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120C4016 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9101A1014

Rheem, RuudST9101A1014

Off

Rheem, Ruud

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120C4040

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120C4040 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9101A1022

Trade ST9101A1022

Off

Trade

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120C4057

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120C4057 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120A1006

Armstrong Air ST9120A1006 Concord, Aire Ease

Off

Armstrong Air Concord, Aire Ease

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

*ST9120C5005

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, *ST9120C5005 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

Off

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

Off

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120A2004

Armstrong Air ST9120A2004 Concord, Aire Ease

Off

Armstrong Air Concord, Aire Ease

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

On

*ST9120C5013

Off

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, *ST9120C5013 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

Off

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

Off

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120B1005

Ducane ST9120B1005

Off

Ducane

Off

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

*ST9120D3009

On

*ST9120D3009 Goodman, GMC, Janitrol

Off Goodman, GMC, Janitrol

Off

Off

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120C1012

ST9120C1012 Snyder General

Off

Snyder General

On

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

ST9120G2008

Off

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120G2008 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, On Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

On

Off

On

Off

ST9120C1020

Nordyne ST9120C1020

Off

Nordyne

On

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

ST9120G2016

Off

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120G2016 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, On Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

Off

On

On

Off

On

ST9120C2002

Off

York

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120G2024

On

Skymark ST9120G2024

On

Skymark

Off

On

Off

Off

On

Off

On

ST9120C2010

Ducane ST9120C2010

Off

Ducane

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120G2032

On

Skymark ST9120G2032

Off

Skymark

Off

Off

Off

Off

On

Off

On

ST9120C2028

Armstrong Air ST9120C2028 Concord, Aire Ease

Off

Armstrong Air Concord, Aire Ease

On

Off

Off

On

On

Off

ST9120G4004

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120G4004 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120C3000

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120C3000 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

ST9120G4012

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120G4012 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120C3018

Off

On

Off

Off

On

Off

Off

ST9120G4038

Off

Trade

ST9120G4038

On

Trade

Off

On

On

Off

On

On

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, ST9120C4008 Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

ICP, Heil, Tempstor, Arcoaire, Off Comfortmaker, Keep Rite

On

On

Off

On

On

ST9120U1003

On

Trade

ST9120U1003

Off

Trade

Off

Off

On

Off

On

On

On

ST9120C2002

ST9120C3018

ST9120C4008

Bard

Bard

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*ST9120U Factory Default Setting

York

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*ST9120U Factory Default Setting

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SECTION

SECTION

16

16

Technical Information

Oil Primaries Selection Guide OIL PRIMARIES

OIL PRIMARIES Specifications

Ignition Type

Universal ServiceIgnition Part Type

R7184U1004

R7184U1004

Interrupted

Cross-Reference

Direct Service Part LockoutDirect Service Part Lockout Manual Trip Lever w/ LED Valve On Delay (sec.) Blower Off Delay Valve(min.) On Delay (sec.) Alarm Blower Off Delay (min.) Universal Service Part Contacts Alarm Contacts Replacement Time (sec.)Replacement Time (sec.) Indicator

R7184U1004

Interrupted

Specifications

R7184U1004

0/15

15

0/2/4/6

0/15

Yes

0/2/4/6

15

R7184A1026

R7184A1026

R7184B1024

R7184B1024

Yes Yes

15

15

R7184P1098

R7184P1098

15

0.25

15

R7184U1012

R7184U1012

0/15

0/2/4/6

0/15

0.25 Yes

0/2/4/6

50200-02S, 602000-02S, 6020002S015120, R7184P1031, 6020002S030015, R7184P1049, 6020002S030015, R7184P1056, 6020002S030030, R7184P1064, 6020002S030120, 6020002S030300, R7184P1072 6020002S030010

R7184A1075, R7184A1000

R7184A1075, 40200-02S R7184A1000

R7184B1032, R7184B1016

R7184B1032, R7184B1016

R7184P1080

R7184P1080

R7184U1020

R7184U1020 R7184U1020 R7184A1042

45

R7184U1004

R8184G4066R7184U1004

15

R8184G4066

15

Yes

R8184G1294, R8184G1302, Yes R8184G4074, R8184G4033

R7184U1012

R8184G4074R7184U1012

30

R8184G4074

30

Yes

R7184A1042

0/15

45

No 0/2/4/6

0/15

Intermittent R7184U1020

R8184M1051

Yes

Yes R8184G4009R7184U1020

R8184M1051 R8184M1051

45

R8184G4009

45

R8184M1051

0/2/4/6

White-Rodgers

50200-02S, 602000-02S, 6020002S015120, 6020002S030015, 6020002S030015, 6020002S030030, 6020002S030120, 6020002S030300, 6020002S030010

669-640,669-670 40200-02S

669-640,669-670

16

No

Yes

No R7184A1018

669-440, 669-445, 42230-02S 669-470, 669-540

669-440, 669-445, 669-470, 669-540

R8184G1294, R8184G1302, R8184G4074, R8184G4033

668-601, 668-670

668-601, 668-670

R8184G1393, R8184G1302, Yes R8184G4074, R8184G4033

R8184G1393, R8184G1302, R8184G4074, R8184G4033

668-501

668-501

R8184G1286, R8184G1427, R184G4025, R8184G4082, R8184G1458Yes

R8184G1286, R8184G1427, R184G4025, 48245-S R8184G4082, 668-401, 668-0415, 668-430, 48245-S668-515 R8184G1458

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes (no LED)Yes

42230-02S R7184A1018

No

668-401, 668-0415, 668-430, 668-515

668-430

668-430

668-441, 668-451, 668-454

668-441, 668-451, 668-454

Yes (no LED) R8184M1002

R8184M1002

(1) Includes 40 VA transformers and heat/cool thermostat connections (1) Includes 40 for VA warm-air transformers furnaceand applications. heat/cool thermostat connections for warm-air furnace applications.

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R7184U1020

White-Rodgers Carlin

Yes

R7184U1012 R7184A1034

R7184A1034

Carlin Honeywell

R7184P1031, R7184P1049, R7184P1056, R7184P1064, R7184P1072 Yes

R7184U1012

Intermittent

30

Manual Trip Lever w/ LED Honeywell Indicator

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SECTION

SECTION

16

16

Technical Information

Multi-Function Aquastat® Selection Guide FUEL

Product Number

Gas

LOW FUEL LIMIT

Operating Range, Product Oil Number Gas Low Limit (˚F)

LOW LIMIT HIGH LIMIT

Differential Differential Temperature, Operating Range, OperatingDifferential Range, Temperature, Operating Range,Factory Oil Temperature, Low Limit (˚F) Low Limit (˚F) High Limit (˚F) Low Limit (˚F) High Limit (˚F) Stop (˚F) High Limit (˚F)

•L6081A1010

110 to 220

L6081A1036

•L6081A1036

110 to 220

L8148E1265

L8148E1265

L8124E1016

L8124E1016

L8148J1009

L8148J1009

10-25

110 to 220

130 to 240

110 to 220

130 to 240

10-25

180 to 240

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

120 to 240

FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

Differential Switching Action Temperature, High Limit (˚F)

Factory Anticipator Stop (˚F)

Setting

Anticipator Notes Setting

CROSS-REFERENCE

Mounting

OEM Part Notes Number

OEM Part Number

130 to 240

10 fixed

SPDT

SPDTH

H

L6081A1069

L6081A1069

10 fixed

130 to 240

10 fixed

SPDT

SPDTH

H

L4081A1023, L4081A1148, L4081A1155, L4081A1171, L4081A1189, L4081A1197

L4081A1023, L4081A1148, L4081A1155, L4081A1171, L4081A1189, L4081A1197

15 fixed

180 to 240

152 SPST: fixed High Limit & Circulator

0.2 A 2 SPST: High LimitV& Circulator

0.2 A

V

L8148E1158, L8148E1182, L8148E1216, L8148E1065

L8148E1158, L8148E1182, L8148E1216, L8148E1065

10 fixed

130 to 240

2 SPST: High & Low Limit 10 fixed

0.2 A

0.2 A

8 fixed

120 to 240

SPST: High Limit & Circulator240 82fixed

0.2 A 2 SPST: High Limit V/H& Circulator

Universal Oil, Digital Display and Settings, All L8124A or C, L8148A or C, L7224A or C, Used with Oil Burner Applications, L7248A or C, L8151A EnviraCOM® Communications

All L8124A or C, L8148A or C, L7224A or C, L7248A or C, L8151A

240

3 SPST: High and Low Limit, 5 to 20 adj. Circulator

•L7224U1002

110 to 220

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

5 to 20 adj.

130 to 240

L8124A1007

•L8124A1007

110 to 220

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

10 fixed

130 to 240

10 fixed

0.2 A

L8124C1003

•L8124C1003

110 to 220

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

10 fixed

130 to 240

2 SPST: High & Low Limit 10 fixed

0.2 A

L8124G1020

•L8124G1020

110 to 220

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

10 fixed

130 to 240

2 SPST: High & Low Limit 10 fixed

L8124L1011

•L8124L1011

110 to 220

10 to 25

110 to 220

130 to 240

10 to 25

10 fixed

130 to 240

L8148A1017

•L8148A1017

8 fixed

140 to 240

140 to 240

Switching Mounting Action

CROSS-REFERENCE

10 fixed

L7224U1002

FEATURES AND FUNCTIONS

240

0.1 A

2 SPST: High & Low Limit

0.2 A

V/H

Universal Oil, Digital Display and Settings, 3 SPST: High and Low Limit, V/H/F Used with Oil0.1 Burner A Applications, V/H/F Circulator EnviraCOM® Communications

V

16

L8124A1015, L8124A1015, L8124A1049, L8124A1106, L8124A1015, L8124A1015, L8124A1049, L8124A1106, L8124A1114, L8124A1130, L8124A1155, L8124A1015 L8124A1114, L8124A1130, L8124A1155, L8124A1015

0.2 A

V

2 SPST: High &HLow Limit

0.2 A

H

L8124C1094, L8124C1102

L8124C1094, L8124C1102

0.2 A

2 SPST: High &VLow Limit

0.2 A

V

L8124G1004, L8124G1012

L8124G1004, L8124G1012

2 SPST: High & Low Limit 10 fixed

0.2 A

2 SPST: High &HLow Limit

0.2 A

H

L8124L1003, L8124L1029, L8124G1038, L8124G1046

L8124L1003, L8124L1029, L8124G1038, L8124G1046

SPST: High Limit & Circulator240 82fixed

0.2 A 2 SPST: High LimitH& Circulator

0.2 A

H

L8148A1165, L8148A1157, L8148A1124, L8148A1090, L8148A1082, L8148A1009

L8148A1165, L8148A1157, L8148A1124, L8148A1090, L8148A1082, L8148A1009

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PurePro® LWC Blow Down Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Boiler Trim Packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Boiler & Heating System Stop Leaks . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Boiler System Treatments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Cadium Sulfide Flame Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 CO2 Blowout Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Degreasers—Super Degreaser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Degreasers—Super Foam Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Degreasers—Grease Gone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Digital Non-Programmable Thermostats    D110 Heating Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178    D210 Heating Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 178    D111 Heating & Cooling Thermostat . . . . . . . . 178 Flanged Ball Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Fuel Oil Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Fuel Oil Filter—Refill Cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Fuel Oil Filters—77FW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Fuel Oil Filters—99FW . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Furnace Cement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Gas Boiler Heat Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Hand Cleaner—Wipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Hand Cleaner—Heavy Duty Waterless Soft Gel . . . 11 Vacuum/Pressure Handpump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Heavy Duty Deodorant Gel Cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 MLV2 Line Voltage Heating Thermostat . . . . . . . . . 176

PurePro® Odor Out Spray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Odor Absorbant Powder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Oil Burner Couplings—Nylo-Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Oil Tank Patch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Programmable Heating & Cooling Thermostats DP711 7 Day Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182    DP711TS 7 Day Thermostat Touch Screen . . 183    DP722 7 Day Thermostat     w/Universal Compatibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 Programmable 5-2 Thermostat DP511 5 Day . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 182    DPH521 Heat Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184 Pump Testers T10W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Spin-on Oil Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Suction Line Analyzer T15W . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Water Finding Paste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Water Finding Paste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 WP-3 Advanced Heating Oil Additive . . . . . . . . . . . 15 V-Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88

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Index 2 in 1 Safety Oil Tank System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 8-Way Boiler Water Treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 A AC Ammeter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166 Acid-Away . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Accu-Flo Balancing Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 68 Actuator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Air Bear Right Angle Air Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Air Bear Supreme Air Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Air Boosters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214 Air Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,2,3 Air Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Media Replacement Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Air Purgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Air Scoops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Air Seperators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Air Tube Combinations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 Air Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Air Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43,44 Spirovent Air Eliminator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Spirotop Air Release Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 PV Series Supervent Air Eliminator . . . . . . . 43 DuoVent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Automatic Air Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Float Type Air Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Allanson Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Allgator Clips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Aluminum Chimney Liner Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Aluminum Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107 Amp-Master Thermostat Circuit Meter . . . . . . . . . . 171 Antifreeze . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Aquasorb . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Aquastat Combination/High Limit Controller . . . . . . . . 28 Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Electronic Triple . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Electronic Universal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Hydrostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Multi-Function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30, 31 Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 Single . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28 Water Boiler . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Water Heater . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28, 29 Wells . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 B B-Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 B-Vent Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 B-Vent Gas Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Bacharach Testers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172

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Backflow Preventor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Backflow Preventor/Fill Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 Balancing Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67, 68, 72 Ball Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66, 67 Baseboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21, 74, 75 Batteries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Battery Chargers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Battery Pack . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Bauer Ladders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Bearing Assemblies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60 Beckett Oil Burner Parts & Accessories . . . . . . . . . 131 Black Bushings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Black Malleable Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 159, 160 Black Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 163 Blow Down Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Blower Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 87 Blower Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Belted Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Direct Drive Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Blower Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Sleeve Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86, 87 Thrust Collar/Spacer Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Vibro Pads . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Motor Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 86 Pulleys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Motor Adjustment Grommets . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Ball Bearings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Shafts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 87 Wheels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Boiler Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Boiler Pressure Testing Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Boiler Headers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73 Boiler Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46, 47 Adjustable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Commercial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Hot Water . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Poppet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Steam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 T & P . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46 Vacuum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Boiler Reset Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38, 39 One Stage Setpoint Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Boiler/DHW Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38 Stand Alone Heating Controls . . . . . . . . . . . 39 Pump Sequencer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Sensors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Room Temperatire Units . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 Boiler Stop Leak . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14

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A Boiler System Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Boiler Treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Boiler Trim Packages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 Boiler Water Chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14, 15 Brass Flare Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157, 158 Brazing Rods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Brushes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Burner Couplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 146 Burner Head Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Burner Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 PSC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84 Burner Tune Up Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Buss Bars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 C Cad Cell Eyes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Cad Cell Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Carbon Monoxide Detector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 167 Carlin Ignitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Carlin Oil Burner Parts & Accessories . . . . . . . . . . 137 Ceiling Diffusers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Channel Lock Hand Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Charter Plastic Gas Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Check Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Chimney Ameri-Caps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 Chimney Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230 Liner—Aluminum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Liner—For Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 Temperature Engineered Chimney . . . . . . . 228 Chimney Sections / Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . 228 Adapters / Accessories . . . . . . . . . 229, 230 Type B Gas Vent Round Pipes / Adapters / Accessories . . . 226–228 Type B Gas Vent Oval Adapters . . . . . . . . . 228 Circuit Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Circuit Setter Balance Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Circulator Cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61 Couplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62, 85 Flanges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60, 62 Impellers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59, 60 Motors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 85 Seal Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60, 62 Switching Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34 Circulators Bell & Gossett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Oil Lubricated . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 Maintenance-Free . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 The F.W. Webb Heating Catalog

Index Circulators (continued) Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59, 60 Grundfos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Taco . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61, 62 “00” Series Cartridge Circulators . . . . . . . 61 Red Baron Circulators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 Co2 Blowout Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Coin Vents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Colco Cement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Combination Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 Combustion Air System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 214, 215 ComboVent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Combustion Chambers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147, 148 Replacement Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Combustion Testers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 172 Compression Pipe Couplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Contact Probes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Immersion Probe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Thermocouple Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 168 Pipe Clamp Temperature Probe . . . . . . . . . 168 Copper Fitting Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 193 Copper Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Coated Soft Copper Tubing for Fuel Oil . . . 156 Standard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 CounterStrike Track Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Craftsman Hand Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198–200 Crown Crimper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Cycle Pilot Retrofit Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100 D Damper Bottom Mount . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Round, Spring Return . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Dayco Bulk Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Degreaser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Dehumidifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Delavan Nozzles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 Deodorant Gel Cup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Designline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Diffusers Baseboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Boot and Damper All in One . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Ceiling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20, 21 Sidewall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Dormont Connectors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 118–120 Draft Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217 Draft Inducer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 216 Drill Bits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 208

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Index E Ear Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 ECOGARD Oil Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Econ-O-Gage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Electrical Boxes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Breakers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 BX/Conduit/Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Current Tap . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Duct Seal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Extention Cords . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Ground Rod/Clamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Jumpers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Light Bulbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 164, 165, 169 Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Recepticles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Roto Splitter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Staples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Test Cord . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Testers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, 166, 170 Wire Nuts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Wire-THNN-Romex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Electric Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204, 205 Cordless Combination Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Cordless Sawzall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Cordless Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Circular Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Impact Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Caulking Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Carring Case . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Corded Reversible Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Right Angle Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Abrasive Cut-Off Saw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Deep Cut Portable Band Saw . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Sawzall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Metal Cutting Shears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Rotary Hammer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Super Hawg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Caulking Gun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204 Job Site Radio . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Reversible Drive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Electrode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Electrode Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 138 Porcelains . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139

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Electrode (continued) Porcelain Squeeze & Snap Cutter . . . . . . . 139 Setting Gague . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Tip Gauge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Tune Up Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 139 Electronic Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Electrostatic Air Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Emergency Switch Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 EMT Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ESP Zone Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Evaluation Forms (Heating System) . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 EWC Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22–24 Expansion Tanks (Flexcon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41 F Fan & Limit Control, Snap Disk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fan & Limit Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Warm Air Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Flush Mount Fan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33 Fan Center Relays . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35 Fan Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34, 35 Fan Timers (Electronic) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Field Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4, 211 Firebrick . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Firomatic Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 First Aid Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Flanged Ball Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63 Flame Detector (Cadium Sulfide) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Flame Mirrors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 Flame Stop (Flare Shield) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 192 Flare Fittings (Brass) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 157, 158 Flashlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 197 Flo-Checks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Flo-Control Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72 Flow Control Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66, 72 Flow Regtulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Flow Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57, 58 Fluke Meter Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Forced Air Zone Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 FPPF Chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Freeze Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Fuel Pump Bleeders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 By Pass Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Gaskets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Strainers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Beckett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Danfoss . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 J&H . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145

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Index Gas Valves (continued) Honeywell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Gas Valves, Electronic Single Stage: Standing Pilot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 101 Intermittent Pilot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 102 Direct Ignition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Gas Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Gasket Miller-Gun Mobile Home Furnace . . . . . . . . 148 Duomatic Furnace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 148 Gasket Silicone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Gate Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67 Gauge Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Washers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Sets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Snorkel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Tank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 GI Cans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Gloves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 195 Goggles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Granby Oil Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150–152 Domestic Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Aboveground Skid Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 Underground Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 ECOGARD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 PROTEC20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Residential . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 2 in 1 Safety Tank System . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 Greenshield Oil Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Grills Baseboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Sidewall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Grime-Solv . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Ground Rod . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Guardian Plus . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 H Hago Nozzles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 Hand Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Hand Tools 6-Drawer Tool Chest . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Channel Lock . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Cobalt Drill Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Cordless Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Crimper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Cutter Wheels & Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . 201, 202

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Index Hand Tools (continued) Electric Drill . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 File . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Fitting Brush . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Flaring Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Hacksaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Hex Key Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Levels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Lever Benders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Mechanics Tool Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Nut Driver / Nut Driver Set (Standard, Metric) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198, 203 Pipe Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Pipe Taps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Pipe Threaders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Pipe Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Pliers / Plier Ser . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198, 199, 203 Prybar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Radiator Vent Valve L/Key . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Radiator Wrench . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Saws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198, 203 Screwdriver / Screwdriver Set . . . . . . 199, 200 Snips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Socket Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Spark Lighter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Swedging Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Tape Measure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Tote Tool Bag . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Tool Box Steel Tool Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Plastic Tool Box . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Tri-Bender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202 Tristand Vises (Portable) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 Tube Bender . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Tube Cutters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201, 202 Utility Knife / Blades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 Wax Strips (Circular Saw) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Wet/Dry Vac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Wire Stripper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198 Wiring Toor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Wrench / Wrench Set . . . . . . . . . . . . . 198, 199 Handpump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Hard Hats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Heat Manager (Gas Boiler) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37 Heat Motor Zone Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 71 Heat Recovery Ventilator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Heating Oil Additive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Heating Oil Treatment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Heating System Evaluation Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173

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Hercules Chemicals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Hole Plugs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Hose Garden . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Steel Flexible Braided . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Washing Machine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Hot Surface Ignition Module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Robertshaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 White Rodgers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Hot Surface Ignitors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 110 Honeywell Media Air Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Humidifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6, 7 Whole-House Drum Humidifier . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Bypass Flow-through Humidifier . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Powered Flow-through Humidifier with Humidistat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6 Bypass Flow-through Humidifier with Humidistat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6, 7 Steam Humidifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5, 6 Bypass Humidifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7 Power Humidifier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6, 7 Humidity Controller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Hydronic System Cleaner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Hydronic Zone Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Zone Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Hydrostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 I Indoor Air Quality Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ignitor Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ignition Cable . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ignition Terminal Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Infrared Thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Instant-Glo Combustion Chambers . . . . . . . . . . . . Insulated Hangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inso-Line Strap Hanger . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Inso-Line & Plain Guide Clips . . . . . . . . . . .

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Index Oil Filters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Fuel Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Refill Cartridges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 Spin-On . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Fulflo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 Fuel Oil Filter Replacement Cartridges . . . 143 Oil Line, Covered . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Oil Lines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Oil Primary Control Beckett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Carlin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26 Honeywell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 Oil Pumps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Oil Safety Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Oil Tank Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Oil Tank Fill Adapters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Oil Tan Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Oil Tank Patch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Oil Tank Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 155 Oil Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150–152 Oil Valve Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Oil Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Omco Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Onix Manifold . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Onix Radiant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 OSV Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 P Pasco Hand Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 203 Petite 7 Baseboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74 Petite 9 Baseboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 75 Pigtail Siphons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 Pipe Hangers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 156 Pipe Thread Grease . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Pipe Thread Sealers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Pocket Thermometer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Power Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 204, 205 Threading Machines . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 205 Power Venters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211, 219–223 ComboVent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 PV Power Venter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 212 Controi Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 Replacement Parts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 217, 223 Super Lube . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 218 Vent Hoods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 213 Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261–264 Pressure & Vacuum Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Pressure Reducing & Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . 46–48 Pressure Reducing Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Pressuretrols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32

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Propane Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 ProPress . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206 ProPress Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206, 207 PROTEC20 Oil Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 Pump Beckett CleanCut Fuel Pump . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Danfoss Mini Pump . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Suntec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 Pump Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Purge & Balance Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66 R RW Lyall Propane . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 Ball Valve . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 122, 123, 124 Manifolds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123 Piping System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Piping Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 126 Risers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 125 Tees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 123, 124 Radiant — Onix Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Barbs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Repair Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Couplings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Unwinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77 Radiant — PEX Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Sticks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Crimp Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Plates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 78 Radiant — PEX-AL Coils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Fttings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 Radiant CinchClamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Unwinder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 Radiant SubRay System Header Sticks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Sleepers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Corner Sweeps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Grippers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Aluminum Conduction Roll . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 C-Covers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Radiant Tools Basic Tubing Cutter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82 Cinch Tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 82

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Index Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Ignitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Transformer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Test-N-Check Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Thermal Cutoffs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Thermal Relacement Fuses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Thermal Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Thermocouples . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Honeywell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Johnson Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Robertshaw . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104 Thermometer Dial . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Digital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Infrared . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 166, 171 Pocket . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 Thermopile Generators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105 Thermostatic Radiator Actuators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64 Thermostatic Radiator Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64, 65 Thermostats Digital . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Non-Programmable . . . . . . . . . . . . 178–181 Electric Heat Thermostats . . . . . . . . . . . . . 177 Guards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 189, 190 Honeywell . . . . . . . . . . . . 174, 177, 179–180, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 184–185, 187–188 Johnson Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 176 Line Voltage Thermostats . . . . . . . . . . 176, 177 Low Voltage Thermostats . . . . . . . . . . 174, 175 Low Voltage Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 Mercury . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 Programmable . . . . . . . . . . . . 24, 40, 182–187 PurePro . . . . . . . . . . . 171, 176, 178, 182–184 Robertshaw . . . . . . . . . . . . 175, 181, 186–187 Subbases . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175, 188 Thread Cutting Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11, 205 Thread Sealants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Tiger Loop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Tjerlund Power Venters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 219–223 TracPipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 CounterStrike . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113 Tubing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Pipe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Underground . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 117 Bonding Clamp . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 116 Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 115 Turbo Torch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191

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Transformer Plate Mounted . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 17K Electronic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 10K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Electronic Transformer Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 Universal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 14K . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 Terminals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 TurboTorch Soldering Supplies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 191 V V-Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 Vacuum Cleaners . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194, 198 Accessories & Replacement Parts . . . . . . . 194 Rigid Wet/Dry Vac . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Sootmaster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 194 Vacuum Relief Valves . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Vacuum/Pressure Gauges . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 173 Valves (Magnetic) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 Varivents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45 Vent Caps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 Vent Rite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44 Ventalarm (Gauges / Signals) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 Venting All Fuel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 B Vent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 226–228 B Vent Chimney Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 230 Chimney Liner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224 Oil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 225 Z-Flex . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 224–225 Vermiculite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Viega ProPress Fittings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 206, 207 Visor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 196 Volt Meter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 170 Voltage Tester . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18, 171 W WAGS (Water & Gas Safety Valve) . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Washing Machine Hose . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42 Water Absorbant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Water Feeders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49, 52, 53 Alarm/Shut-off Kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 103 Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52, 53 Mechanical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53 Make-up . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54 Water Finding Paste . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15, 153 Water Glass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 149 Water Heaters (Tankless) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 76

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Boiler Controls: Dual Aquastat Multizone . . . . . . . . . . . . 246 Single High-Limit Aquastat . . . . . . . . . . 247 Triple Aquastat (L81224A) . . . . . . . . . . . 248 Low Voltage Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . 249 R7184 Series Primary Controls . . . . . 250–251 S9200U1000 Universal Hot Surface Ignition Integrated Furnace Control . . . . . . 252–255

Technical Tips Carlin Ignitor Testing Procedure . . . . . . . . . 256 Helpful Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 257 Adding Antifreeze to the System . . . . . . . . 258 TACO 00 Circ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 3 Speed Circulator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 259 110-120 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 260 Quick Pipe Sizing Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . 260 Wiring Diagrams . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 261–264 Sizing Expansion Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 265 Sizing the Boiler to the Radiation . . . . . . . . 266 Duct Sizing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 267 Oil Tank Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 268 Balancng One-Pipe Steam Systems . . . . . 269 Insulating Steam Pipes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 270 Hartford Loops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271–272 Primary-Secondary Pumping . . . . . . . . . . . 273 Replacing a Steam-Heating Boiler . . . 274–275 Converting from Steam to Hot Water . 276–277 SR501 Switching Relay Wiring . . . . . . . . . . 278 SR504/506 Switching Relay . . . . . . . . . . . . 278 ZVC403/405 with Sump Pump . . . . . . . . . . 279 ZVC404/406 with Sump Pump . . . . . . . . . . 279 SR501 Switching Relay Wiring . . . . . . . . . . 280 SR504/506 Switching Relay . . . . . . . . 280–281 Cross Reference Expansion Tanks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 282 Electronic Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 282 Transformers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 283 Gas Valves Selection Guide . . . . . . . . 284–285 SmartValve Control Systems Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 286–287 Ignition Modules Selection Guide . . . . 288–289 Universal Electronics Fan Timer OEM Replacement Guide . . . . . . . 290–291 Oil Primaries Selection Guide . . . . . . . 292–293 Multi-Function Aquastat Selection Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 294–295

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