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4 Sizes 37 to iig Gallon Capacity 295 to 513 GPH First Hour Rating Uses the Existing Boiler as its Heat Source â€¢ No Separate Chimney or Burner Required â€¢ Functions as an Additional Heating Zone Long Lasting Stainless Steel Construction â€¢ High Grade 316L Stainless Steel Tank â€¢ Superior Corrosion Resistance â€¢ Drain Tapping for Draining and Flashing Tank Cupronickel Fin - Tube Heat Exchanger â€¢ Provides Maximum Heat Transfer for Rapid Recovery Rates â€¢ Resists Mineral Buildup and Sealing Deposits â€¢ 1 " Boiler Connections Provide for Minimum Pressure Drop thru Heat Exchanger Minimal Standby Temperature Loss â€¢ 2 " Polyurethane Foam Insulation â€¢ Less Than 1 / 2 Â° Fper Hour Standby Loss â€¢ Minimal Boiler F # ing to Maintain Temperature â€¢ Provides More Hot Water with Reduced Boiler Water Temperatures Maintenance - Free Plastic Jacket â€¢ Will Not Scratch or Rust â€¢ Color Coordinated to Match Peerless Boiler Jackets Enclosed Thermostat Well â€¢ Control Can Be changed Without Draining Tank â€¢ Honeywell Well Type Adjustable Control â€¢ T & P Relief Valve â€¢ Cupronickel Fin & Tube Heat Exchanger â€¢ High Grade 316L Stainless Steel Tank â€¢ Plastic Jackel with 2 " Polyurethane Foom Insulation one - year tvatTanty . tot tilt , P ( , ( , Hes . , ; Pcwlnet " lndirz _ cI Fir _ ' d Water 1tearer : Peerless also ptz ) vicles a limited , l ! ] _ linle tL , arr _ ltlty agamsl leaks . t } om th ( _ h ( ' aa'rsjctch _ ' t , latllc , of h ( ' ( tl t'xchculgcr [ ( _ F r ( ' . _ icl _ ' tJliol applicatiotts aiid o limit ( ' d . . ] lv ( _ - y _ , c2r tt , 6ltTOlll _ ] ttgoitl _ l I ( ? c _ ks . / } om I ] lc h ( ! ( llt'l'N , / ( l ( ' ] t - _ ' l I ( tt ! ] Â¢ or ] | C ( JI t _ VCh ( Itl ( ] ( ' ! ' . t ( ) l ( ' Ol ! ltlR'tY'i ( ll tlpl ) licoliotl . _ . [ Jl ( ' ( t . _ ( " Cotl . ' ; ttlt P Â¢ ' crlt's _ ; Boilers . l _ r complett " [ L'OIT ( II1QI iq / ormation . Peerless Boilers * 610 - 367 - 2153 * www . peerless heater . com FAB PARTNER R2 ( 303 IM ) Prlrll _ ? cI it1 L } _ A
PARTNER Â® PEERLESS Modern Coil Design u Minimal Standby Temperature Loss u Rapid Recovery Rate Long Lasting Stainless Steel PARTN E R Â° Construction INDIRECT - FIRED WATER HEATER Q Easy Installation Q No Separate Chimney or Burner Needed The Peerless Partner _ indirect - fired water heater provides a true advancement in hot water generation . By utilizing the existing boiler as its heat source , the burner fires only when necessary and transfers heat energy through a highly efficient cupronickel , fin - tube heat exchanger . The heater functions as a separate heating zone and water movement is regulated from the boiler through the heater coil by a separate circulator or zone valve . The modem coil design of the Peerless Partner indirect - fired water heater provides maximum heat transfer efficiency and resists mineral buildup that discolors water . Old style coils can produce discolored tapwater that affects taste and leaves blue bathtub rings . The heater's cupronickel heat exchanger is highly resistant to any scaling deposits and is positioned so entering water provides scrubbing action , eliminating the need for chemical cleanings . The domestic hot water is stored in a high - grade 316L stainless steel tank . Two inch foam insulation keeps the water hot with a standby loss of less than 1 / 2 Â° F per hour . This allows the boiler to stay off most of the day and night . The result is more hot water with reduced boiler water temperatures and drastically reduced standby losses . The Peerless Partner indirect - fired water heater has two or more times the recovery rate of gas - fired water heaters and supplies as much as five times the amount of hot water as a comparably sized electric water heater . This heater is an ideal replacement for existing water heaters . It can also be used for new applications . A vent or stack is not required . The tank's light weight makes it very easy to position . The plastic jacketing is maintenance free and does not scratch or rust . The Peerless Partner indirect - fired water heater comes equipped with an adjustable , well - type Honeywell control and a T & P relief valve as standard equipment . Heat Pressure Exchange First Hour Ratings * Model Storage Number Capacity Test Working Su # ace @ 140 Â° @ 115 Â° PP - 40 37 gallons 300 PSI 150 PSI 15 sq ft . 200 gallons 295 gallons PP - 6O 57 gallons 300 PSI 150 PSI 15 sq ft 255 gallons 347 gallons PP - 80 77 gallons 300 PSI 150 PSI 34 sq ft 300 gallons 400 gallons PP - 120 119 gallons 300 PSI 150 PSI 34 sq . ft . 385 gallons 513 gallons * Based on 90 " F rise . 55 _ / 145 _ with 180 Â° F boiler water First hour rating is only one factor in product selection Refer to Installation h _ structions for additional information
) EERLESS PARTNER Â® SPECS Floor To Domestic = High - Grade 316L Stainless Steel Tank Model Boiler Boiler Domestic Water Connections Number Height Diameter Supply Return In / Out Â¾ " N . P . T . Male â€¢ Maintenance - Free Plastic Jacket PP - 40 521 / 2 " 19v4 " 9 " 4w ' 3 " 46 " PP - 6O 52V2 " 23V4 " 9 " 41 / 2 " 3 " 46 " 1 " N . P . T . Male 1V2 " N . P . T . Male = 2 " Polyurethane Foam Insulation PP - 80 72 " 24 " 29 " 6 6 " 66 " 1 _ / 2 " N . P . T . Male â€¢ Cupronickel , Fin - Tube Coil Assembly _ _ _ Approx . â€¢ Enclosed Thermostat Well Shipping Model Weight Number Length Width Height ( Ibs . ) â€¢ Adjustable Honeywell Control PP - 40 2OW ' 20V2 " 56 " 78 PP * 6O 24V2 " 24V2 " 56 " 98 â€¢ T & P Relief Valve PP - 80 25V2 " 251 / 2 " 74 " 139 PP - 120 29 " 29 " 78 " 206 2 " Polyurethane Foam Hot Water Outlet , - - Insulation On Outside , T & P Relief Valve Less Than 1 / 2 Â° F Per Hour Heat Loss R17 - - 316L Stainless Steel Tank - - Plastic Jacket Domestic Water Enclosed Thermostat Weft for Connections ( See Adjustable Honeywell Control Dimensional Data ) ( Boiler Water Supply & Return 1 " Threaded ) Boiler Supply Cupronickel Coil Assembly Cold Water Boiler Return Inlet & Drain FLOOR The residential warranty covers : - - the entire water heater , one year from date of installation . PEERLESS HEATER CO . - - - outside jacket , inner tank , or heat exchanger , lifetime . 231 North Walnut Street The commercial warranty covers : Boyer _ own , PA 19512 - 1021 - - the entire water heater , one year from date of installation . Phone : 610 - 367 - 2153 â€¢ FAX : 610 - 369 - 3284 - - outside jacket , inner tank , or heat exchanger , second www . peerless - heater . com through fifth year . * Before purchase contact your installing contractor for complete warranty information . CUT pARTNER Â£ 2 ( 11 / 02 10M } Pr _ nt _ d _ n U S A _ ' y2002 Peerless Heater Cot _ tpany
1 . The following guidelines apply to residential systems only . For commercial or institutional installations contact your local Peerless Heater Company representative . 2 . Determine the quantity of domestic hot water required . Factors to consider : a . Estimate typical peak hour demand . Determine the general time of day ( morning , noon , evening ) when the most hot water is used . Use chart below to determine potential maximum usage . Estimate of Peak Domestic Hot Water Usage Average Gallons of Times Used During Gallons Used in Use Hot Water per Usage One Hour One Hour Shower 20 x - Bath 20 x = Shaving 2 x = Hands and Face Washing 4 x = Hair Shampoo 4 x = Hand Dish Washing 4 x = Automatic Dish Washing 14 x = Food Preparation 5 x = Wringer Clothes Washer 26 x = Automatic Clothes Washer 32 x = Total Peak Hour Demand = b . Estimate unusual peak draw demand . Whirlpool baths , hot tubs , and multiple head showers require large quantities of hot water in a short period of time . Contact fixture manufacturer for quantity of water required . Generally speaking , these circumstances can only be met with larger storage volumes . c . Domestic Water Temperature . Most residential usage will be satisfied with 119 Â° F water , the temperature setting recommended by the Consumer Product Safety Commission . Some applications such as laundry and dishwashers may require a higher temperature . Ratings can be improved by increasing Peerless Â® Partner Â® thermostat setting and using a mixing valve to temper the hot water to the proper temperature . When temperatures greater than 119 Â° F are required , use a mixing valve at the outlet of the water heater or anti - scald fittings at point of use . Water temperatures over 125 Â° F can cause severe burns instantly , or death from scalds . Children , disabled , and elderly are at the highest risk of being scalded . See instruction manual before setting temperature at water heater . Feel water before bathing or showering . Temperature limiting valves are available , see manual . The Peerless Partner indirect - fired water heater is deemed to be used in a " commercial setting " if at any time the unit is operated at a temperature over 150 Â° F . Refer to warranty for additional information .
d . Boiler . PP - 80 , PP - 120 , PP - 80 - DW , and PP - 120 - DW require full boiler output listed in Table 1 . If boiler is a Category IV condensing boiler , such as Peerless " Pinnacle ' , the above Peerless _ ' Partner _ " models can be used with reduced boiler output . If boiler output is less than shown in Table 1 reduce first hour rating as shown in Table 2 . Increase boiler size only if first hour rating does not meet estimated peak hour usage . If a boiler with listed output is not needed for space heating , an alternative to a PP - 80 / 120 would be a PP - 40 or PP - 60 piped in series with an unfired storage tank ( i . e . electric water heater without heating elements energized ) . Use a water boiler only . The Peerless Heater Company cannot recommend the use of steam boilers at this time . Contact factory for additional information . e . Domestic water priority . First hour ratings may be less than published when boiler output is shared with space heating . Generally a consumer will notice a drop in domestic water temperature before a drop in space heating temperature . Giving domestic water production priority by directing entire boiler output to Peerless Partner will maximize domestic water output . However , prioritization controls could result in an unacceptable drop in space heating temperature when large quantities of domestic hot water are used , and a prioritization control malfunction could result in loss of space heating . 3 . Multiple Water Heaters . Peak domestic water usage ( first hour rating ) or unusual peak draw may not be met with a single water heater . Multiple units can be installed as either a bank of tanks acting as a single unit , or as multiple individual units sized and located for specific draw situations . Table 1 : Peerless Partner Ratings Fi _ tHourRating ' [ gallons ] Model UseableHotWater MinimumBoilerOutputqoAchieve HeatExchanger No . 140 Â° F 115OF FimtHourRating [ Bt _ urhour ] [ U . S . Gallons3 ] SurfaceArea [ ft _ J PP - 40 212 292 141,000 28 2O PP - 80 266 370 174,000 46 20 PP - 80 330 440 212,000 64 34 PP - 120 423 564 269,000 94 34 PP - 40 - DW 172 251 115,000 28 20 PP - 60 - DW 204 288 188,000 46 20 PP - 80 - DW 283 391 220,000 84 20 PP - 120 - DW 37O 515 252,000 94 2O 1 . First hour rating based on heating water from 50 Â° F to 140 Â° / 115 Â° F with 180 Â° F boiler water temperature . Gas - and oil - fired and electric water heater first hour ratings based on DOE test procedure using 90 Â° F temperature rise ( 55 Â° F to 145 Â° F ) . 2 . Net I = B = R Output , Water 3 . Useable hot water based on recent completion of recovery period , but no additional boiler input after draw begins .
Table 2 : First Hour Ratings for Reduced Boiler Output PP - 40 ' pp - 802 _ pp - 60 _ pp - 120 _ BoilerOutput [ Btu per hour ] 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 115F 68 94 40,000 99 138 60,000 130 180 80,000 152 210 160 221 216 297 100,000 m 182 251 176 244 223 - 305 120,000 181 251 230 314 216 333 140,000 206 309 269 367 251 384 160,000 311 424 290 444 180,000 359 489 335 457 200,000 345 470 220,000 399 543 240,000 460 627 260,000 pp - 40 - DW I pp - 60 - DW _ pp - 80 - DW , _ pp - 120 - D2W _ BoilerOutput [ Btu per hour ] 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 140 Â° F 115 Â° F 57 78 66 91 130 179 136 186 40,000 85 117 100 139 147 203 155 215 60,000 115 158 133 181 160 222 168 233 80,000 143 197 156 215 178 243 186 255 100,000 166 227 192 265 199 272 120,000 171 236 210 289 226 3O8 140,000 189 281 224 309 251 347 160,000 200 272 243 335 278 380 180,000 265 366 361 409 200,000 1 . 180 Â° F Boiler Water 2 . 200 Â° F Boiler Water PP - 120 - DW . 3 . Due to condensation in boiler , reduced output not recommended for PP - 80 , PP - 120 , PP - 80 - DW , and Category IV condensing boilers , such as Peerless Pinnacle , can be used for reduced output . Table 3 : First Draw at 140 Â° F ' . 2 ( in Minutes ) Model DomestiWc ateFr lowRate [ gpm ] No . 2.0 2.5 3,0 3.5 4.0 4.5 5.0 5,5 6,0 6.5 7.0 7.5 PP - 40 16 14 12 10 9 8 7 6 5.5 5 4.2 3.7 PP - 60 . . . . 30 24 20 17 10.3 9.5 8.2 7.8 7.1 6.1 PP - 80 . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 13 12 11.1 10.5 8.5 PP - 120 . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 18 16 15 14 12.5 PP - 40 - DW 16 14 12 10 9 8 7 6 5.5 5 4.2 3.7 PP - 60 - DW . . . . 30 24 20 17 10.3 9.5 8.2 7.8 7.1 6.1 PP - 80 - DW . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 13 12 11.1 10.5 8.5 PP - 120 - DW . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 18 16 15 14 12.5 * * Unlimited hot water available at specified flow rate . 1 . Based on cold start boiler with output listed in Table 1 . 2 . For minutes of domestic water flow at 115 Â° F , multiply by 1.56 . 1 . Read these instructions completely before starting installation . 2 . FOR YOUR SAFETY : Do not store or use gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids in the vicinity of this or any other appliance . Controls on this appliance could ignite vapors causing an explosion . 3 . Install in accordance with the requirements of the authority having jurisdiction . In the absence of such requirements , appliance must be wired in accordance with the National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA 70 .
This product complies with 1990 N . S . P . C . provided : ( 1 ) the boiler water , including additives , is practically non - toxic , having a toxicity rating or class of 1 , as listed in Clinical Toxicology of Commercial Products , 5thedition ; and ( 2 ) the boiler water pressure is limited to a maximum of 30 psig by an approved safety or safety relief valve . 4 . Peerless Partner ( s ) may be located adjacent to boiler to reduce piping heat loss or central to points of use to reduce response time to fixtures . a . Install indoors in an area not exposed to freezing temperatures . De not install outdoors . b . Position with adequate clearance for service and maintenance . Provide access to thermostat , temperature and pressure relief valve , and drain valve . c . Protect surrounding area and lower floors from damage due to leakage from temperature and pressure relief valve , drain valve , boiler or domestic water piping , and tank . Locate water heater near a floor drain or in a drain pan suitable for the capacity of the water heater . d . Install on level surface . Water heater must be kept in vertical position . 5 . Suggested equipment list . See PIPING for additional information . a . Water Heater Thermostat : Provided . b , Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve : Provided . c . Brass Drain Valve : 1 per water heater . d . Brass Tee's : 2 per water heater . e , Heat Exchanger to Boiler Piping : 1 inch nominal copper tubing and fittings . Circulator and flow control valve , or zone valve . 1 . General Table 4 : Flow Specifications a . All plumbing must be in accordance with Recommended DomestiWc ater Model HeatExchanger the requirements of the authority having No , FlowRate ConnectionSizes PressureDrop jurisdiction . PP - 40 7.9 ft . 3 / 4 NPT 10 gpm b . Use both thread tape and pipe dope on all PP - 60 7.9 ft . 1 NPT 10 gpm mechanical connections . PP - 80 9.1 ft . 1 - 1 / 2 NPT 12 gprn 11.3 ft . 1 - 1 / 2 NPT PP - 120 c . Zone valve ( if used ) and circulator must be 14 gpm sized to provide minimum flow rate speci - PP - 40 - DW 7.6 ft . 3 / 4 NPT 6 gpm fied in Table 4 . Use 1 inch nominal copper PP - 60 - DW 10.0 ft . 1 NPT 7 gpm tubing between boiler and Peerless Partner 10.0 ft . 1 - 1 / 2 NPT PP - 80 - DW 7 gpm heat exchanger . See Table 5 and Table 6 for 13.4 ft 1 - 1 / 2 NPT PP - 120 - DW 8 gpm sizing . Point of emphasis : using a zone valve without a full bore may cause high Table 5 : Friction Loss ) er 100 Feet of Tubing [ feet ] pressure drop which will adversely affect Flow Rate [ gpm ] performance . Use extreme care when TubingType 6 7 10 selecting zone valve . 3.6 4.8 9.3 Type K All piping must be adequately supported . 3.1 4.1 8.1 Type L Allow for thermal expansion . 2.7 3.6 7.0 Type M d . High temperatures will damage plastic jack - et . Use heat shield when soldering piping Table 6 : Friction Loss Allowance for Copper Fittings near tank . [ feet of straight tubing ] Fitting Wrought Cast 90 Â° Elbow 1 4 45 Â° Elbow 1 2 Tee , Run V2 V2 Tee , Branch 3 5 90 Â° Bend 2 - - 180 Â° Bend 2 - - Gate Valve - - 1
2 . Domestic Water COLD WATER SUPPLY a . Cold Water In . Install brass tee and drain valve ( not provided ) . Install shutoff valve between water supply and cold water inlet for ease of service . See Figure 1 . For systems using a back flow preventer or no return valve , install a thermal expansion tank between cold water supply and valve to offset expansion / pressure increase as water is heated . See Figure 2 . b . Standard Domestic Hot Water Out . Install Figure 1 : Water Inlet brass tee and temperature and pressure relief valve . Do not place any valves between the temperature and pressure relief valve and the tank . See Figure 3 . THERMAL Run temperature and pressure relief valve dis - EXPANS _ ON TANK charge piping to a suitable place to avoid dam - BACK FLOW BRASS pREVENTER I TEE age to building or injury to occupants . Do not install reducing fittings or other restrictions . SUpPLyA _ COLD W R _ Discharge piping must allow complete drainage BRASS of both the temperature and pressure relief valve and piping . Figure 2 : Thermal Expansion Tank A heat trap will improve energy efficiency by reducing piping heat loss . c . Domestic Hot Water Out with Mixing Valve . HOT TO See Figure 4 . FIXTURES 3 . Boiler . Install Peerless Partner as a separate space TEMPERATURE PRFSSURE heating zone . Place boiler circulator ( s ) in boiler RELEF VALVE ] supply piping . For boiler with tankless heater , disconnect domestic water piping and limit control ( where used ) . Plug limit tapping . Do not plug domestic water tappings . 4 . Multiple Water Heaters installed as single unit . Install boiler water piping and domestic piping in parallel reverse return configuration . See Figure 5 . Figure 3 : Hot Water Outlet 5 . Peerless Partner with unfired storage tank . See Figure 6 . TO LOW TO HIGH TEmPErATURE TEMPERATUR E rr Ã— TURES FIXTURES Figure 4 : Mixing Valve 5
HOT WATER I TO FIXTURES T & P RELIEF NOT T & P RELIEF HOT T & P RELIEF HOT VALVE TAT TAT TAT o ; uvTAvLAvE ou . . . . . L . . . I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . J _ _ i II I - I Ii I J U COLO _ _ l [ It _ ATER [ SUPPLY NOTE : ALL PIPLNG IN PARALLEL Figure 5 : Installation of Multiple Water Heaters as Single Unit HOT WATER fO tOLD FIXTURES WATER _ UPPLy PEERLESS PARTNER T & P RELIEF VALV Â£ VALV Â£ T & P RELIEF < TANK _ _ NK CONTROL NO ORCUt _ . TOR 801tER / _ CONTROL . BOILER CIRCU _ TOR VALVE 801LER RETURN Figure 6 : Unfired Storage Tank 1 . The Peerless Partner must be electrically grounded in accordance with local codes . In the absence of local codes follow the National Electrical Code , ANSI / NFPA 70 . 2 . Install thermostat provided with Peerless Partner . Insert bulb into immersion well . Secure to well by tightening screws on case . 3 . Wire Peerless Partner thermostat to boiler . Provide disconnect switch between thermostat and control system to allow for vacation shutdown and / or service shutdown . Zoning with zone valves assumes end switch is isolated - zone valve actuator powered by separate transformer . Do not use boiler transformer to operate zone valves . a . MI / MIH . For zoning with zone valves or three - way valve , connect zone valve end switch to limit terminals T and TV . For zoning with circulators , refer to Figure 7 . b . DE / PSC / PDE . Provide zone control as shown in boiler's installation instructions . d . WBV / EC / SC . Water less tankless heater . See Figure 8 . 6
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1 . General Housekeeping ( continuous ) . Keep area clear of gasoline or other flammable vapors or liquids . Controls on this appliance could ignite vapors causing an explosion . 2 . Clean Inside of Tank ( monthly ) . a . Mark temperature setting on Peerless Partner thermostat . Set thermostat to lowest setting . b . Close cold water inlet shutoff valve . Open a hot water faucet , c . Open drain valve . Allow water to flow until free of sediment . Close drain valve . d . Open cold water inlet shutoff valve . Close hot water faucet after flow established . e . Set Peerless Partner thermostat to operating set point . 3 . Check temperature and pressure relief valve . Follow manufacturer's instructions . 4 . Maintain boiler per manufacturer's instructions . 1 . No Hot Water a . No power to boiler and control system . * Check fuse or circuit breaker . * Check disconnect switch . * Check wiring . b . Zone Valve is not open . * Check wiring . * Repair or replace zone valve . C . Circulator is not operating . * Check wiring . * Check circulator switching relay . * Repair or replace circulator . d . Peerless Partner thermostat not calling for heat . * Check wiring . * Replace thermostat . e . Hot water from boiler not getting to Peerless Partner . * Air trapped in boiler piping , preventing water circulation . Purge piping . * Check boiler for proper operation . * Check wiring . 2 . Inadequate Hot Water a . Check operation of Peerless Partner : i . Obtain container with known volume ( in gallons ) and stopwatch . ii . Open hot water faucet until boiler starts recovery period . Close faucet . iii . Allow boiler to operate until water heater fully recovers . Set thermostat disconnect switch to OFF position . iv . Open hot water faucet until water is hot . Begin filling container . Use stopwatch to measure time to fill container . Container Volume ( gallons ) seconds Flow Rate ( gpm ) = x 60 Time to Fill Container ( seconds ) minute
v . Water temperature will remain constant within Â± 5 Â° F until storage is exhausted . Continue to fill container until temperature drops 10 Â° E vi . Compare total volume of water collected to Usable Hot Water in Table 1 . If within 5 gallons the Peerless Partner is operating properly . Check PRODUCT SELECTION for proper model usage . vii . Compare calculated flow rate with first draw usage available per Table 3 . If actual flow rate is greater than first draw usage available , consider use of flow restricting fixtures or mixing valve . b . Inadequate boiler water flow . Check circulator sizing per PIPING . c . Boiler is undersized . 3 . Slow Recovery . See 2 ( b ) ( c ) above . Approximate cold start recovery period ( * use Minimum Boiler Output from Table 1 or Boiler Rated Output , whichever is smaller ) : Btu Tank Capacity [ gallons ] x Temperature Rise [ Â° F ] x 8.33 minutes ( gallons ) ( Â° F ) Recovery Time [ Minutes ) - x 60 hr Btu . Boiler Output hr Example No . l : A Peerless Partner PP - 40 with a Peerless MI - 03 gas boiler ( DOE Heating Capacity of 58 Mbh ) . The desired water temperature is 115 Â° E Cold water temperature is 55 Â° E Btu ( 37 gallons ) x ( 115 Â° F - 55 Â° F ) x 8.33 Recovery time = ( gall Â° ns ) ( Â° F ) x 60 minutes 19.1 minutes Btu hr 58,000 - - hr Example No . 2 : A Peerless Partner PP - 120 with a Peerless LC - 04 ( Gross I = B = R Output of 547 Mbh ) . The desired water temperature is 150 Â° E Cold water temperature is 50 Â° E Btu ( 119 gallons ) x ( 150 Â° F - 50 Â° F ) x 8.33 Recovery time = ( gall Â° ns ) ( Â° F ) x 60 minutes 19.8 minutes Btu hr 300,000 - - hr 4 . WaterTemperatureToe Hot a . Peerless Partner thermostat set too high . Adjust to lower setting . b . System piping and / or controls . * Peerless Partner thermostat continues to call for heat after reaching setpoint . Replace thermostat . * Check system piping and flow control valve . Verify space heating call for heat does not cause flow through Peerless Partner heat exchanger . C . Mixing Valve ( if used ) . Verify proper operation per manufacturer's instructions . 5 . Leaking Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve a . Water expands when heated . * Install thermal expansion tank on cold water inlet . * Reduce Peerless Partner thermostat setting . b . Water temperature too high . See Paragraph 4 above . c . Water pressure is too high . Instafl pressure reducing valve on cold water inlet . d . Valve seat has deteriorated or has sediment build - up . Replace temperature and pressure refief valve .
2 _ " Polyurethane Foam Hot Water Cutlet , Insulation On Outside , T & P Relief Valve Less Than 1 / 2 Â° F Per Hour Heat LOSS R 17 - - 316L Stainless Steel Tank - - Plastic Jacket Domestic Water Enclosed Thermostat Weft for Connections ( See Adjustable Honeywell Control Dimensional Data ) I ( Boiler Water Supply & Return 1 " Threaded ) Boiler Supply Cupronickel Coil Assembly Cold Water Boiler Return Inlet & Drain FLOOR Figure 9 : Cutaway View Table 7 : Dimensions and Specifications Pressures Tank Dimensions [ inches ] Model [ psig ] Capacity No , Floorto Floorto Floorto Floorto [ U . S . Test Diameter Height Gallons ] ' Boiler In ' ' Boiler Out ' ' Cold - Drain ' ' Hot - T & P ' Working PP - 40 191 / 4 521 / 2 9 41 / 2 3 46 300 150 37 PP - 60 231 / 4 521 / 2 9 41 / 2 3 46 300 150 57 PP - 80 24 72 29 6 6 66 300 150 77 PP - 120 27 731 / 2 301 / 4 71 / 4 7i14 66 300 150 119 PP - 40 - DW 191 / 4 521 / 2 9 41 / 2 3 46 300 150 37 PP - 60 - DW 231 / 4 521 / 2 9 41 / 2 3 46 300 150 57 PP - 80 - DW 24 72 29 6 6 66 30O 150 77 PP - 120 - DW 27 731 / 2 301 / 4 71 / 4 7V4 66 300 150 119 Thermostat : Honeywell L4080B1295 ( Operating range = 120 Â° F to 160 Â° F , 15 Â° fixed differential ) Temperature and Pressure Relief Valve : PP - 40 : Watts 100XL - 8 ( 100 Mbh , 8 " element ) PP - 60 / 80 / 120 : Watts 40XL - 8 ( 200 Mbh , 8 " element ) 10
Peerless Â® Partner Â® Indirect - Fired Water Heater Installation , Operation Maintenance Manual TO THE INSTALLER : This manual is the property of the owner and must be affixed near the water heater for future reference . TO THE OWNER : This water heater should be inspected annually by a Qualified Service Agency . PEERLESS " PARTNER Â° INDIRECT FIRED WATER HEATER PEERLESS HEATER COMPANY 231 NORTH WALNUT STREET â€¢ BOYERTOWN , PA 19512 - 1021 â€¢ PHONE 610 - 367 2t53 vvww . peedess heater . corn THE PREFERRED HEATING CHOICE @ 2002 Peerless Heater Company X8033 R4 ( 11 / 02 3M ) Printed in USA