the flue system and connecting the condensate drain to the public sewer. Before installation work begins, the local flue gas inspector and waste water authority must be informed [check local regulations]. The gas condensing boiler must be installed, commis-sioned and
Check that maximum flue lengths have not been exceeded and all guidance has been followed (e.g. Gas Safe Register Technical Bulletin (TB) 008 where chimney/flues are in voids). The ECGA should be of the correct type, as specified by BS 7967. Prior to its use, the ECGA should have been maintained and calibrated as specified by the manufacturer.
that extracts more heat from the flue gases. In a non-condensing boiler, the flue gases are at a temperature of 120-200°C. In a condensing boiler, more heat is removed and the temperature falls to below 100°C and as low as 50°C for the most efficient boilers operating at reduced boiler return temperature. The water vapour in
These instructions include the Benchmark Commissioning Checklist and should be left with the user for safe keeping. They must be read in conjunction with the Flue Installation Guide. United Kingdom en Liming / 18-24 Installation and Service Manual Wall Mounted Gas Condensing Boiler
on test days, nor quantify the amount of exhaust gas emitted from the flue, as domestic boilers are not installed with the kind of measurement ports associated with industrial plant. The exhaust emissions from a sample of domestic boilers that were of a range of ages and models were tested and the following information gathered for each boiler
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Knowing your boiler is safe is probably your most important consideration. All gas boilers emit carbon monoxide when heating your home or hot water. This is usually nothing to worry about as this harmful gas is channelled out of your home through the boilers flue. The lower the carbon monoxide emissions listed in the specifications, the better.