TopVent Gas Design Handbook 2016 by Hoval USA

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Catalog TopVent Gas Design Handbook 2016

air conditioning air duct gas pressure regulating gas pressure regulators gas pressure regulator gas pressure regulating valve natural gas pressure regulators natural gas pressure regulator natural gas pressure regulating valve natural gas check valve gas pressure regulating systems gas pressure regulator system natural gas pressure regulating systems stainless steel gas outlet box corrosion resistant stainless steel gas connection gas control valves gas control valve colour of natural gas blind rivet nuts fresh air duct fresh air ducts plate heat exchangers plate heat exchanger sheet metal housing cut off valve air handling unit air handling units adjustable air flow regulator cut off valve 30 air handle unit control stainless steel heat exchangers stainless steel air filter housing temperature limit switch air handling unit lines air conditioning unit mode of operation for air regulator out of scope of supply heating and air conditioning cable cross section cable cross section current example of the room rates operation and maintenance which type of power supply length and width dimensions nuts and bolts nut and bolt nut and bolts nut and bolt type heat and cool line in the room window and door heating and cooling heat and cool the types of a handle in case of fire types of ups and all types diagrames

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topvent® dgv technical data 3.4  electrical connection unit type supply voltage v ac dgv-6/30 dgv-6/60 dgv-9/60 400 3n 400 3n 400 3n permitted voltage tolerance +10 -15 +10 -15 +10 -15 frequency hz 50 50 50 power consumption w 660 1080 910 current consumption a 1.69 2.65 2.19 protection rating – ip 20 ip 20 ip 20 dgv-6/30 dgv-6/60 dgv-9/60 table b5:  topvent® dgv electrical connections 3.5  gas connection unit type i2ell i2elw i2l i2h i2e i2esi i2esb i2erb i2er gas category natural gas gas appliance type 1 b23 c13 c33 gas connection rp ½ r ¾ r ¾ combustion air connection dn 80 dn 100 dn 100 dn 80 dn 100 dn 100 4m  6 m  6 m 8m 10 m 10 m flue gas connection max length of flue gas duct 2 max length of flue gas duct if insulated 2 1 according to method of flue gas evacuation and combustion air supply 2 equivalent length of formed parts – 90° elbow 2 m – 45° elbow 1 m – 90°

topvent® ngv use 1  use 1.1  intended use topvent® ngv units are heaters intended for heating high spaces operating with air recirculation also included under intended use are compliance with the installation commissioning operating and maintenance provisions operating instructions any use beyond this is considered improper use the manufacturer can accept no liability for damage resulting from improper use 1.2  user group topvent® ngv units may only be installed operated and maintained by authorised and instructed personnel who are well acquainted with the units and are informed about possible dangers the operating instructions are for english-speaking operating engineers and technicians as well as specialists in building heating and air technology 1.3  risks topvent® ngv units are state-of-the-art and safe to operate despite every precaution being taken potential and not immediately obvious risks always remain for example ■ dangers when

topvent® ngv transport and installation 7.4  electrical installation caution danger from electric current the electrical installation is to be carried out only by a qualified electrician ■ observe all relevant regulations e.g en 60204-1 ■ check whether the local operating voltage frequency and fuse protection match the data on the type plate if there are any discrepancies the unit must not be connected ■ cable cross-sections must be selected according to technical regulations e g vde 0100 ■ electrical installation to be carried out according to wiring diagram ■ do not forget the master switch for the complete installation a temptronic can control up to 8 topvent® units simultaneously ■ connect temptronic and the units to each other via a system bus ■ assign a number to each unit – micro switch s1 on the power module – micro switch s2 on the burner control

topvent® commercial ga technical data 3.7  heat output air entry temp 1 10 °c q ts 15 °c hmax q ts 20 °c hmax q ts hmax unit type fan speed kw °c m kw °c m kw °c m ga-9/60 1 60.5 40.6 6.9 60.5 44.6 7.0 60.5 48.6 7.2 2 60.5 32.4 9.9 60.5 36.4 10.2 60.5 40.4 10.5 legend q ts hmax nominal heat output maximum supply air temperature maximum mounting height 1 the entry air temperature 10 / 15 / 20 °c corresponds to the room temperature the heating outputs given refer to a fresh air proportion of 20 at -10 °c i.e the mixed air temperatures before the heating coil are 6 / 10 / 14 °c table d8:  topvent® commercial ga heat output supply air temperatures and mounting height 3.8  minimum and maximum distances x h x/2 unit type ga-9 fan speed 1 2 unit clearance x mounting height h min m 10.8 12.3 max m 21.2 25.2 min m 5.0 5.0 table d9:  minimum and maximum distances 42

topvent® mg construction and operation 2.3  operating modes topvent® mg operates in the following modes ■ off ■ supply air speed 2 ■ supply air speed 1 ■ recirculation ■ recirculation night ■ recirculation speed 1 temptronic regulates these modes of operation automatically code operating mode use off off the fan is switched off frost protection for the room remains active there is no room temperature control if the unit is not needed sa2 supply air speed 2 during room use the topvent® unit blows fresh air into the room a fixed proportion of fresh air is set the heating is regulated according to heating requirements the room temperature set value day is active the unit operates at speed 2 high air flow rate fan speed 2 fresh air damper 20 open 1 heater 60…100 2 supply air speed 1 the same as sa2 but the unit operates only at fan speed 1 low air flow rate fan speed 1 fresh air damper 20 open 1 heater 60…100 2 sa1

topvent® mg transport and installation 7.4  electrical installation caution danger from electric current the electrical installation is to be carried out only by a qualified electrician ■ observe all relevant regulations e.g en 60204-1 ■ check whether the local operating voltage frequency and fuse protection match the data on the type plate if there are any discrepancies the unit must not be connected ■ cable cross-sections must be selected according to technical regulations e g vde 0100 ■ electrical installation to be carried out according to wiring diagram ■ do not forget the master switch for the complete installation a temptronic can control up to 8 topvent® units simultaneously ■ connect temptronic and the units to each other via a system bus ■ assign a number to each unit – micro switch s1 on the power module – micro switch s2 on the burner control

topvent® gv technical data r horizontal air flow rrxhx/2 w unit type unit height r min mounting height h distance from wall w reach y supply air temp gv-3/10 gv-3/20 gv-3/30 gv-5/40 gv-5/50 gv-5/60 0.5 0.5 0.5 0.7 0.7 0.7 m unit clearance x 2 1 y m 5.0 5.0 8.0 10.0 10.0 10.0 max m 8.0 8.0 12.0 14.0 14.0 14.0 min m 1.7 1.7 1.7 2.7 2.7 2.7 max m 2.5 2.5 3.0 3.5 3.5 3.5 m 400 – 640 400 – 640 400 – 640 400 – 590 420 – 560 420 – 560 max m 8 11 15 17 19 20 min max °c 47 52 57 43 48 53 47  allow sufficient free space to open inspection door 1 the 2 at effective distance from wall depends on the method of flue gas evacuation chosen supply air temperature 10 / 15 / 20 °c table f9:  minimum and maximum distances for horizontal air flow wall mounting 72 52 57 38 43 48 42 47 52 42 47

options availability 1  availability air outlet box recirculation silencer acoustic cowl flat filter box filter box suspension set paint finish flue gas accessories the following optional components are available for the various types of unit topvent® dgv topvent® ngv – topvent® commercial ga – – topvent® mg topvent® gv legend – not available optional standard equipment table g1:  availability of options 82 – – – – – – – – – – – –

control systems temptronic rc 2.7  alarms and monitoring the system monitors itself all the alarms are registered in the alarm list and displayed by temptronic rc priority a alarms are also displayed via the collective trouble indicator alarm priority cause system reaction benefit gas burner a there is a burner malfunction the affected unit switches to operating mode off prevents damage to the burner fresh air damper a the fresh air/recirculation air damper is jammed or its actuator is defective the affected unit switches to operating mode off avoids loss of energy undefined states of operation filter b the pressure difference for filter – monitoring was exceeded for more than 5 minutes informs the user of the necessity of maintenance work isolation b the isolation switch on the unit has been in the off position for more than 30 minutes – avoids unintentional switching off supply air sensor b the supply air sensor is defective the plant operates with the

design handbook topvent® gas subject to technical changes part no 4 214 787 – edition 01 / 2016 © hoval aktiengesellschaft liechtenstein 2012 responsibility for energy and environment the hoval brand is internationally known as one of the leading suppliers of indoor climate control solutions more than 70 years of experience have given us the necessary capabilities and motivation to continuously develop exceptional solutions and technically advanced equipment maximising energy efficiency and thus protecting the environment are both our commitment and our incentive hoval has established itself as an expert provider of intelligent heating and ventilation systems that are exported to over 50 countries worldwide hoval heating technology as a full range supplier hoval helps its customers to select innovative system solutions for a wide range of energy sources such as heat pumps biomass solar energy gas oil and district heating services range from