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2004-7 Delta Elite Manual
Warranty Registration Card must be filled out by the customer and mailed within thirty (30) days of installa-
tion in order to gain warranty coverage.
When receiving Triangle Tube units, any claims for damage or shortage in shipment must be filed immedi-
ately against the transportation company by the consignee.
Leave all documentation received with appliance with owner for future reference.
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- Input from 100,000 to 199,000 Btu/hr -
CONFORMS TO
ANSI Z 21-10-3/UL 732
CERTIFIED TO
CSA B 140.12
CGA/CAN 1-4.3-M85
90870
NOTICE
F-25/30/35/40 & 45
Combination Heaters
If the information in this manual is not followed exactly, a fire or explosion may
result causing property damage, personal injury or death.
For Your Safety
Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors and liquids in the vicinity of this or any other
appliance.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU SMELL GAS
- Do not try to light any appliance
- Do not touch any electrical switch; do not use any phone in your building.
- Immediately call your gas supplier from a neighbors phone. Follow the gas suppliers instructions.
- If you cannot reach your gas supplier, call the fire department.
Installation and service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency or the gas supplier
The
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Combination Heaters

2004-7 Delta Elite ManualWarranty Registration Card must be filled out by the customer and mailed within thirty (30) days of installa-tion in order to

Page 2 - Table of Contents

Pre-Installation Items5SECTION I - Pre-Installation ItemsCode ComplianceThis product must be installed in accor-dance to the following:• All applicab

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Pre-Installation ItemsTo provide serviceability to the unit it isrecommended that the following clear-ances be maintained:Top and vent hood area - 36

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Combustion Air and Venting7SECTION II - Providing Air forCombustion and VentilationThe installer must provide adequatecombustion and ventilation to th

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8Combustion Air and VentingThe installer should compensate for any lou-vers, grilles or screens when determining thefree air of the opening. The inst

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9Unit PreparationSECTION III - Unit PreparationHandling InstructionsThe ELITE is generally easier to handle andmaneuver once removed from the shipping

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10Unit Preparation7. Ensure constant gauge pressure has beenmaintained throughout the 10 minute test.Check for leaks at all fitting joints. Repairif

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11Domestic PipingSECTION IV - Domestic PipingGeneral Piping Requirements• All plumbing must meet or exceed alllocal, state and national plumbing code

Page 9 - CODE RESTRICTIONS

Domestic Piping12The installer must install discharge pipingonto the T&P relief valve. The dischargepiping must be:• Made of material serviceable

Page 10 - Pre-Installation Items

Domestic Piping3. Solder the U-Tube Assembly onto theadapter. (See Fig. 1)4. Once the adapter has sufficientlycooled, re-insert the check valve asse

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14Domestic PipingTR/SMART Series ApplicationFor applications requiring large volumes ofdomestic hot water over an extended period,the installer may in

Page 12 - Combustion and Ventilation

Table of ContentsiPRODUCT AND SAFETY INFORMATIONDefinitions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Page 13 - Combustion Air and Venting

15Domestic Piping781To dishwasher ifpermitted by codes23Optional recirculation line312" Heat trap Cold water inlet43369Fig. 3: ELITE With Rec

Page 14 - Unit Preparation

16Domestic Piping12" Heat trap 813Cold water inlet4333692727To dishwasher ifpermitted by codes12" Heat trap 813Cold water inlet43336927T

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Primary PipingSECTION V - Primary PipingGeneral Piping RequirementsLow Water Cutoff Device- The ELITE is equipped with a factoryinstalled pressure swi

Page 16 - SECTION IV - Domestic Piping

Primary PipingDO NOT install automatic air vents on aclosed-type expansion tank system. Airmust remain in the system and bereturned to the expansion

Page 17 - Domestic Piping

19Primary PipingIf the radiant system tubing contains nooxygen barrier, a stainless steel heatexchanger must be used. Failure toinstall a heat exchang

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20Primary Piping1212" Max.Tosystem4752232From systemCold Waterfill supplySupplyflow2Returnflow881Tosystem2212" Max.3476222SupplyflowReturnfl

Page 19 - Domestic Piping Diagrams

21Primary Piping112" max.223623623232225LOADLOAD1222225246412" max.LOADLOADFig. 8: Primary piping - Zoning with Circulators Fig. 9: Primary

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22Primary Piping1823276525HMCLOADFig. 10: Primary Piping - Low Temperature Radiant SystemNote: Adjust system temperaturevalve to establish maximum sup

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23Primary PipingRecommended placementof expansion tank andmake up water supply.To the SystemFrom theSystem12"Max.1231234222123Primary HeatingPrim

Page 22 - SECTION V - Primary Piping

24VentingSECTION VI - Venting Oil Vent - General RequirementsImproper installation of vent systemcould cause improper draft causing fluegas leakage an

Page 23 - Primary Piping

Table of ContentsiiU-Tube Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-13Domestic Drain Valve. .

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25VentingInstall a barometric control device in the ventconnector as shown in Fig. 13 and 13A andadjust per the manufacturer’s instruction whenexcess

Page 25 - Near Appliance Piping

Venting26Gas Venting -General Requirements The venting system must be installed in accor-dance with:- NFPA 54 National Fuel Gas Code, ANSIZ223.1.- NFP

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27VentingVent Connectors- When a vent connector must be locatedin or pass through an un-conditionedspace, attic or crawl space, that portionof the ven

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28Fuel PipingSECTION VII - Fuel PipingGas Supply Piping ConnectionThe gas supply piping must be installedin accordance to all applicable local,state a

Page 28 - TriangleTube

29Fuel PipingPipe Sizing - Natural Gas1. Refer to Table 1 for pipe length and diame-ter requirements. Based on rated ELITEinput (divide by 1,000 to

Page 29 - SECTION VI - Venting

30Fuel PipingGeneral Oil Piping GuidelinesLocation and installation of oil tanks, oil pipingand burners must comply with:- NFPA 31, Standard for the I

Page 30 - Oil Fired Installations

31Internal WiringWire Color Code120 VACOn-OffSwitchManualResetLimitEquipmentGroundCirculatorBurner ControlFactoryJumperFactoryJumperAutoResetLimitLWCO

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32Internal WiringWire Color CodeRoom T-StatSnap-SetLWCOBurnerCirculatorRelay R2Relay R1TransformerSecondary T-StatManual ResetSafety LimitAuto ResetSa

Page 32 - Gas Fired Installations

33External WiringSECTION IX - External WiringInstallation ComplianceAll field wiring made during installation mustcomply with:- National Electrical Co

Page 33 - SECTION VII - Fuel Piping

External WiringTo ELITE "Room Thermostat"Snap SetHHHigh Voltage120V.A.C.24V.A.C.RoomThermostatRoomThermostatZone 1Zone 2Additional zonesAdd

Page 34 - Fuel Piping

iiiTable of ContentsPipe Sizing - Propane Gas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30Propane Gas Supply Pressure Re

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35External WiringTTTo ELITE" Room Thermostat"Snap SetCirculatorZone 1Thermostatzone 1HoneywellR845ARelay120HVA CNCirculatorZone 2Thermostatz

Page 36 - Internal Wiring

36External WiringThermostatZone 1Zone 1Circulator120VNELITE"Room Thermostat"Snap-SetZone 2CirculatorZone 3CirculatorThermostatZone 2Thermost

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37Start-Up Preparation4. Set the primary thermostat to the highestpossible setting.SECTION X - Start Up PreparationCheck System and Domestic WaterChe

Page 38 - SECTION IX - External Wiring

Start-Up Preparation38System water including additives must bepractically non-toxic, having a toxicityrating or Class of 1, as listed in ClinicalToxic

Page 39 - External Wiring

39Start-Up Preparation3. Fill the outer tank to correct systempressure. Correct pressure will varywith each application.Typical residential system f

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40Start-Up ProceduresSECTION XI - Start-Up ProceduresFinal Checks Before Start-up Verify the ELITE and the primary anddomestic systems are full of wa

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41Start-Up ProceduresA combustion test must be performedafter any burner adjustments are made.Allow the unit to operate for approxi-mately 10 minutes

Page 42 - Start-Up Preparation

42Temperature LimitsSECTION XII - Temperature LimitsStudies have indicated that dangerousbacteria can form in the potable waterdistribution system if

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43Temperature LimitsSetting the Thermostatic Mixing ValveThe thermostatic mixing valve controlsthe outlet hot water temperature deliv-ered to the fau

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44Check-Out ProceduresSECTION XIII- Check-Out ProceduresPerform the following check-out proce-dures as outlined and check off items ascompleted. When

Page 45 - Start-Up Procedures

ivTable of ContentsSECTION XII - TEMPERATURE LIMITSSetting Primary Thermostat Limit. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42Adj

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45Installation RecordSECTION XIV - Installation RecordMeasured Rate of Input: Thermostatic Mixing Valve Setting:

Page 47 - Temperature Limits

46Replacements PartsSECTION XVII - Replacement PartsReplacement PartsReplacement parts can be ordered andpurchased through a local Triangle Tubedistri

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Replacements Parts4757138426Fig. 24: Jacket ComponentsItem Part No. Description Quantity required by ModelF-25/ 30/35/40 F-45HMJKTF25 Complete Jacket

Page 49 - Check-Out Procedures

48Replacements PartsItem Part No. DescriptionOperating ThermostatPrimary or SecondaryManual Reset Hight LimitPre-set at 205ºFAuto Reset High LimitPre-

Page 50 - Installation Record

49Replacements PartsItem Part No. DescriptionR1 Relay - ControlsBurner FunctionR2 Relay - ControlsDomestic Priority & Circulator120 V-24 V 40VATra

Page 51 - Replacement Parts

Specifications50C13" Approx.11"AJHEBD643DomesticcoldDomestichot12FG105Fig. 28: Rear viewFig. 27: Side view1. Primary circuit, ø 1” NPT2. Pr

Page 52 - Replacements Parts

Specifications51Table 4: ELITE DataTable 3: Dimensional Data2123456746810121416Head Loss (Ft.)Flow Rate (gpm)Graph 1: ELITE Pressure Loss - Primary S

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Additional quality water heating equipment availablefromTriangle Tube/Phase III- Exclusive “Tank-in-Tank” design-Stainless steel construction-Availabl

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Product & Safety Information1Indicates the presence of a hazardoussituation which, if ignored, will resultin death, serious injury or substantialp

Page 55 - Specifications

Product & Safety Information2Bacteria can develop in the domesticwater system if certain minimum watertemperatures are not maintained.Water temper

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3Product & Safety InformationDo not use this appliance if any parthas been under water. Immediately calla qualified service technician to inspectt

Page 57 - Member of

4Product & Safety InformationOPERATING RESTRICTIONS• Maximum working pressure for inner(domestic water) tank is 150 psig.• Maximum working pressur

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