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Forced Hot Air Pellet Furnace/ Ultra Series OPB

 

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Renovator

Renovator

92%

RATED EFFICIENCY
FUEL SOURCE: Wood Pellet
BTU OUTPUT: 68,000 BTU/HR (heats appr. 2,267ft2)
WARRANTY: 5-year limited warranty

Owner's Manual

Features

  • Efficient Heat from Wood Pellets
  • Two sizes to choose from. 20 kW and 30 kW
  • The 20 kW unit has Approximately 68,000 BTU
    Can be fitted onto the Force 20 hot air unit
  • The 30 kW unit has Approximately 102,000 BTU
  • Automatic Ignition
  • Air Cleaned Firepot
  • Easily Connects to Existing Systems
  • Fully Automatic PLC
  • Low Maintenance
  • Compact Design
  • Burn Back Protection

Maintenance

Manual cleaning is a simple process. Removal of the firepot takes only a few minutes.
Below is a step by step process for burner removal.

  1. Disconnect the cables on the side of the burner
  2. Unscrew the cover and lift the cover off the burner
  3. Lift out the pellet feed hose
  4. Release the quick brackets
  5. Lift the rear part of the burner off the burn pot
  6. Pull out the burn pot
  7. Clean out all the air holes
  8. When reinstalling the burn pot make sure the alignment pins line up properly

Repeat the same process in reverse to reinstall the burner.

Installation

The Renovator should be mounted on one of the doors of the boiler. Ensure that there is suitable space for ash to collect inside the furnace. If the door cannot be opened without removing the pellet burner, the burner can easily be removed and replaced with the mounting flanges.

Mounting of the burner

  1. Decide where you want to mount the Renovator on the boiler. If possible place it so that you can open the door with the burner still on.
    WARNING: DISCONNECT THE POWER TO THE Renovator BEFORE OPENING THE DOOR.
     
  2. Mark out where the burner is going to be mounted and make a hole in the door. Mount the docking flange and pack with fireproof insulating mat or high temperature silicone. The sleeve coupling shall be mounted with the auger upwards. Insert the burner and direct it up straight and tighten the screw. If possible, we recommend that you mount a fireproof board on the inside of the door. This reduces radiant heat on the burner.
     
  3. Check that all door seals are air tight and that air cannot enter the boiler in any other way. If there is an air leak in the boiler the burn efficiency will be lowered.
     
  4. Once the burner is properly installed you can mount the auger. The auger can be supported above by a chain, or below by supports.


Feed auger
The inlet end on the auger shall always be approx. 4 inches from the storage bottom. The angle from the horizontal level shall be between 43 and 45 degrees. The feed auger has to be fastened well since it wants to work its way into the storage. The auger can be hung from the ceiling or overhead support with a chain. The feed auger should be placed so that it does not sit right above the tipping chute on the burner. This helps reduce potential damage in the event of a burn back. The auger shall be removed from the storage at least once per year and be cleaned from chip wastes. Then re-mount the auger and connect cable of the auger with the burner and run it manually until pellets have been fed out from the auger for about 15 minutes. This avoids air pockets that could cause uneven feeding. Ensure the angle of the auger is between 43 and 45 degrees each time it is removed for cleaning. We recommend that you run the auger a couple of times manually for 70 seconds intervals and then weight each dose to see if the auger gives an even feeding. The margin of error should only be within 3-4 %. In 70 seconds the auger gives approx. 150 grams that is the recommended start dose.

 

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Force 20 ready to go kit

Force 20 ready to go kit

92%

RATED EFFICIENCY
FUEL SOURCE: Wood Pellets
BTU OUTPUT: 68,000 BTU/HR (heats appr. 2,267ft2)
DIMENSIONS: 22L x 13.39W x 55H
WEIGHT: 231LBS
WARRANTY: 5 Year Limited Warranty

Price includes everything except pellets and freight. 

The WoodMaster Force 20 forced-air furnace operates at a high efficiency and requires little space. It is perfect for the garage, workshops, air plane hangars, greenhouses, etc.

  • Keeps a nice steady temperature and almost zero maintenance.
  • Burner is regulated with a built-in thermostat that can be adjusted to the desired temperature.
  • Optional automatic air cleaning system for the burner.
  • Fan automatically starts when the air reaches 140 °F.
  • Fan is controlled by a PT100 sensor to regulate fan speed from 0 to 100%.

Feature Diagram


Owner's Manual

Features

  • Efficient Heat from Pellets
  • Approximately 68,000 BTU Output
  • Triple Pass Heat Exchanger
  • Automatic Ignition
  • Air Cleaned Firepot
  • Variable Fan Speed
  • Large, Easily Accessible Ash Box
  • Easily Connects to Existing Systems
  • Multiple Fuel Storage Options
  • Fully Automatic PLC
  • Low Maintenance
  • Ducting can Connect to Either Side
  • Multiple Units can Be Connected in a System
  • Compact Design
  • Burn Back Protection

Technical Specs

  • Heat Output 68,000 BTU/hr
  • Weight 231 lbs
  • Measurement 13.2"w x 55.1h" x 22"d + burner and fan d = 53"
  • CC smoke pipe from floor 52"
  • Outside diameter flue pipe 5"
  • Ventilation connection 12"
  • Air flow 0-3400 m3 /h
  • Ash box volume 30 L
  • Power 230 VAC
  • High Efficiency Renovator 20kW burner
  • Easy access ash door in front
  • Large ash box - holds approx. 1-2 weeks of ash
  • High efficiency louvered fire box transfers the maximum amount of heat to the air chamber
  • Triple Pass flue tube insures the heat stays in your home and not out the stack (5”)
  • Easy access flue tube clean out door
  • Flue tube diverting plate
  • On board air supply to auto clean the Renovator (Optional accessory)
  • One central electrical location for ease of wiring
  • High quality and attractive outer shell

Pellet Specs

Pellet Specifications
Only premium wood pellets certified by the Pellet Fuels Institute may be used and must follow these
guidelines:

  • Bulk density per cubic foot must be a minimum of 40 pounds
  • The diameter is between 1/4 inch to 5/16 inch
  • Maximum length is 1.5 inches
  • Fines (dust) of not more than 0.5% by weight
  • Sodium content shall be less than 300 parts per million
  • Ash content of 1% or less
  • Moisture content of 10% or less

Note: Pellets should be stored in a dry area and should not be allowed to get wet.
Handle pellets with care.

Maintenance

Sweeping the Heat Exchanger Tubes
Regular cleaning of the heat exchanger tubes is made from the top by taking the top door and cover off the furnace. Ensure the furnace has had ample time to cool before cleaning the heat exchanger tubes and emptying the ash box. Dispose of ash in a metal container away from combustible materials. When cleaning the heat exchanger tubes ensure that you do not damage the ceramic insulation in the process.

  1. Unscrew the two black knobs and open the door
  2. Remove the inside cover
  3. Clean each tube with the wire brush
  4. Replace the inside cover, making sure it is installed correctly
  5. Unscrew cover for the ash box and empty the ash box
  6. Flue gas directions

The Force 20 has an extra large ash box in the bottom to help with cleaning and maintenance. The ash box should be checked and emptied regularly. The ash box can hold approx. 1 cubic feet of ash, or 1-2 weeks worth of ash.

Cleaning the Burner
Manual cleaning is a simple process. Removal of the firepot takes only a few minutes. Below is a step by step process for burner removal. Always disconnect the power source first!

  1. Disconnect the cables on the side of the burner
  2. Unscrew the cover. There are 4 thumb screws that hold the cover on. Two are on the top, and one on each side
  3. Lift the cover off the burner
  4. Lift out the pellet feed hose out of the Overtemp Sensor Pipe
  5. Release the quick brackets
  6. Lift the rear part of the burner off the burn pot
  7. Pull out the burn pot
  8. Clean out all the air holes
  9. When reinstalling the burn pot make sure the alignment pins line up properly

Installation

Furnace Installation
The Force 20 furnace must be installed in a location that has enough space for easy cleaning and maintenance of the furnace. There must also be ample room for the storage hopper and auger assembly. The furnace must
be on a level surface that can support the weight of the unit, as well as the weight of a full pellet hopper. The furnace room must also have a vent to allow ample fresh air for the combustion process. A vent size of at least 20 sq. in. is recommended.

NOTE: The wire brush used for cleaning is shipped inside one of the furnace tubes. Remove the top cover of the furnace and remove the brush prior to installation.

 

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 Ultra Series Outdoor Wood Pellet Furnace

Ultra Series Outdoor Wood Pellet Furnace

FUEL SOURCE: Wood Pellets
BTU OUTPUT: 102,000 BTU BTU/HR (heats appr. 3,400ft2)
WEIGHT: 1000 (Approx)LBS
WARRANTY: Five (5) Year Warranty on Firebox and Water Jacket

The WoodMaster Ultra Series pellet furnace is powered by the Renovator 30kW and 20kW. Its fully automatic P.L.C. (Progammable Logic Control) allows ease of operation and the burn back protection keeps it operating safely. With its compact design, the Ultra Series furnace is self lighting, self cleaning and has a large ash storage. It is safety tested to meet or exceed quality and safety standards and may qualify for rebates/programs.

Features

 

 
  1. High Efficiency Renovator burner with automatic ignition
  2. Easy access ash door in front for quick and easy ash maintenance
  3. Large ash box for longer intervals between cleaning
  4. Efficient heat transfer tubes
  5. Rear access door that the burner mounts to
  6. Easy access flue tube clean out door for simple maintenance
  7. Water jacket with 60 gallon capacity
  8. Air supply to auto clean the Renovator & minimize maintenance

Technical Specs

 

  • Fire Box: 23.5" x 24"
  • Door Size: 16" x 16"
  • Thickness: 3/16" Fire Drum & Water Jacket
  • Draft Control: Fan
  • Overall Size: 3.75' x 4.33' x 5.8'
  • Water Capacity: 60 gallons
  • Heating Capacity 20 kW Burner: 68,000 Btu
  • Heating Capacity 30 kW Burner: 102,000 Btu

Maintenance

 

Assembly

 

Warranty

WoodMaster Ultra Warranty
NORTHWEST MANUFACTURING, INC.

600 Polk Ave. SW – Red Lake Falls, MN 56750
Toll free (800) 932-3629 or (218) 253-4328

Five (5) Year Warranty on Firebox and Water Jacket

Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. of Red Lake Falls, MN 56750 warrants material and labor on any defects in workmanship on the firebox and water jacket for a period of Five (5) years from the purchase date to the original owner only. If there is a leak in your properly delivered and installed WoodMaster Ultra furnace in the first year, WoodMaster will replace the furnace at no cost to the original owner. (A leak means; a leak in the firebox or water jacket.) Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. will not be responsible for environmental conditions we cannot control. Therefore, Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. will only pay costs of warranty work for years two (2) through five (5) – 100% of warranty work. After the end of the fifth year, Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. provides no other warranty.

A blow down of the furnace and must be performed yearly after each heating season and every six months if the furnace is used year round. After the furnace has had a blow down performed, an annual water test must be taken and immediately treat and refill the furnace. Failure to send in a water sample annually will void the warranty.

This warranty is limited to defective parts – repair and/or replacement only, and excludes any incidental and consequential damages connected therewith. Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. is not responsible for replacement of water, water treatment, antifreeze, costs of transportation, or shipping charges. Wood- Master will not cover any construction or modification costs due to the furnace being in a non-accessible area. Any construction or modification costs are the customer’s responsibility.

WARNING: Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. will not warranty the inside of firebox due to ash corrosion. Ashes must be taken care of as displayed on the maintenance list located in your owner’s manual. The firebox must be completely cleaned of all ashes and creosote a minimum of two (2) times per year, preferably half way through the heating season and immediately after the heating season. If the furnace is being used year round, more maintenance is required thus the firebox must be completely cleaned of all ashes and creosote a minimum of four (4) times per year. Installation of an approved Class “A” insulated chimney and chimney cap must be used.

One (1) Year Warranty on Additional Components – Parts and Labor

Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. warrants to the original owner only, any additional components, including, but not limited to the outer shell, paint, insulation, doors and latches during normal usage for a period of one (1) years from the date of purchase.

One (1) Year Warranty on Electrical Components – Parts and Labor

Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. warrants to the original owner only, any electrical components in the furnace that is defective during normal usage for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase.

Additional Components & Warranty Guidelines

Northwest Manufacturing, Inc. will warranty for a period of one (1) year, any factory defects in materials or workmanship to the wood pellet auger attachment for the WoodMaster Ultra.

Components that come in direct contact with the flame, including, but not limited to; the flame guard, flame deflector, end stop and tube access box insulation are considered consumable parts and are not covered under this warranty.

Parts will be replaced on an even exchange basis.

These warranties apply only if the device is installed and operated as defined in the Owner’s Manual. WoodMaster Furnaces are not intended to be the only source of heat; therefore a backup system should be in place to prevent any damage caused by lack of heat. Your dealer may charge you for a service call to do warranty work.

Damage caused by abuse, accidents, improper installation, overheating, corrosion, freezing, negligence, or excess creosote buildup will not be covered under warranty. Damage caused by burning flammable materials (such as petroleum products), or unapproved fuels will not be covered under warranty.

Only nontoxic antifreeze is acceptable. Antifreeze will break down over a period of time and therefore should be tested annually. Always dispose of antifreeze by state and local codes. Loss of antifreeze under any condition will not be covered. How to file a claim – ANY CLAIM UNDER THIS WARRANTY MUST BE MADE TO YOUR DEALER.

 

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