Startup help and easypell configuration

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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Christophe » 08/03/20, 16:31

So the boiler regulates at 60 ° C .... but how did you get to 50 ° C on the 1st photo then?
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Carmelite » 08/03/20, 16:40

By opening and closing the 3 voice valve (it is manual) I play on the temperature.
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by sicetaitsimple » 08/03/20, 17:02

Ooh there! I am absolutely not a specialist and have no experience in pellet boilers (but some skills and experience in heating).
But I understood that an OKofen boiler was more in the "Ferrari" range of boilers.
If you pilot it like a Deudeuche, manually and with a pifometer, not sure that the story ends well .... Unless it is very well protected by security devices preventing it from finding itself outside of its design parameters, which may be the case.
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Christophe » 08/03/20, 17:09

Karmeliet wrote:By opening and closing the 3 voice valve (it is manual) I play on the temperature.


Uh, is it only manual or is it also manual?

Because a 3-way valve must be piloted by the boiler or not a regulation system (included in all recent boilers) ... for the whole system to work well!

As just said sicetaitsimple, the regulation of a pellet boiler is essential to its proper functioning ...
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Carmelite » 08/03/20, 19:27

So it's me who thinks it's my 3-voice valve and that's not it actually. On the photo the black wheel at the bottom what is it? On the notice it is marked servomotor. All I know is that I act on the temperature (red)
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by phil59 » 09/03/20, 18:01

Shouldn't you have a buffer tank in your installation?

A pellet boiler or hydro pellet stove must not work "jerkily".

It must operate at least 4 hours in a row .... Departures / stops overconsume a max ...
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Carmelite » 09/03/20, 19:40

I don't know ... My easypell is in direct heating mode. Besides I downloaded the doc on the easypell site to see if there is not a problem, and I have this mode of operation ...
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Re: Startup help and easypell configuration




by Lamenfouti » 16/02/22, 10:56

It may be a bit late but oh well.
Easypell boilers have an integrated temperature increase system on the heating return. So no problems if the return water is at 25 or 30. On the other hand the pump/circulator automatically cuts out below 60 degrees which provides additional protection for the boiler. I am the owner of a 12 kw Easypell and a retired heating engineer. It was this Easypell/Okofen system that appealed to me.
The history of saying that it is necessary to maintain a return water above the dew point, is only valid if the circulator is in permanent operation and not regulated by the boiler. This is not the case with Easypell/Okofen boilers.
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