1 M/MR Modulating Valves design certified For Atmospheric, Infrared, and Direct Fired urners TALE OF CONTENTS Description/Specifications... 1 Introduction... 2 Direct Fired Applications (Negative Pressure)... 2 Direct Fired Applications (Positive Pressure)... 2 Indirect Fired Applications... 3 H Suffix M/MR Valves... 3 Applications Table... 4 Dimensions... 5 Capacities... 6 Typical Gas Trains... 7 Typical Installations... 7 Model Designations Maxitrol DESCRIPTION Models: M M411, M411H, M511, M511H, M611, M611H, M420, M420H, M520, M520H, M620, M620H, M451, M551, and M651. MR MR212D, MR212E, MR212G, MR212J (Flanged), MR251D, MR251E, MR251G, MR410, MR410-1, MR410H, MR410H-1, MR510, MR510-1, MR510H, MR510H-1, MR610, MR610-1, MR610H, and MR610H-1. Absolutely NO EXTERNAL MECHANICAL ACTIVATION required. MR Valve (only) performs dual function of modulation and pressure regulation. Provides infinite, continuous flame adjustment. May be factory installed or added in the field. Capacities to 30,000 CFH. Available in a wide range of body styles and pipe sizes. Designed for use with the Maxitrol Selectra series of modulation systems - or SC11 Signal Conditioners convert computer/plc controller signals if standard Maxitrol companion controls are not specified. Whether your needs are problem-free stabilized area heating, elevated heating, consistent higher baking/drying temperatures or other process applications, maintaining consistent temperatures is no longer a problem. The unique Modulator or Modulator/Regulator valve, the heart of the Selectra Electronic Gas Flame Modulating System, provides precise, non-fluctuating, instantaneous temperature control without requiring a motor or mechanically driven butterfly valve. Figure 1 : MR212 SPECIFICATIONS Gases: Natural, Manufactured, Mixed, Liquefied Petroleum and Liquefied Petroleum Gas Air Mixtures. H, H-1 models for use with Liquefied Petroleum and other applications. Certifications: M611, MR212D, E, & G with Series 14: CSA listed to certify compliance with nationally published safety, construction, and performance standards. M411, M420, M420H, M451, M511, M520, M520H, M611, M620, M620H, MR212D, E, G, & J with AD1094 controls: CSA listed to certify compliance with nationally published safety, construction, and performance standards. MR410, MR410H-1, MR510, MR510H-1, MR610, and MR610H-1: CSA certified to Z21.18 and CSA 6.3-M82. M511, M611, MR212D, E, & G: UL recognized for compliance to nationally published safety, construction, and performance standards in U.S. and Canada. Vent: Models M411, M511, M611, M420, M520, M620, M420H, M520H, M620H, MR410(H)(-1), MR510(H)(-1), MR610(H)(-1), M551, M651: Vertical vent outlet 1/8 NPT - 12A06 installed. Models MR212 and MR251: Two vents located in upper housing, both equipped with vent limiting means. Ambient Limits: Operating º to 125ºF (-40º to 50ºC) Non-operating º to 185ºF (-45º to 85ºC) Mounting: Must be mounted in upright position in horizontal pipe run, downstream of all other controls except high pressure cut-off switch if used (see Typical Installations, page 7). 1
2 INTRODUCTION To evaluate which valve will satisfy your needs, it is necessary to determine the application. The first, and most basic breakdown, is direct versus indirect fired appliances. Direct fired units do not have a heat exchanger and all products of combustion generated by the gas burning device are released directly into the airstream being heated. They are commonly used in space heating or make-up air applications, process drying, and baking ovens. Direct fired burners have raw gas injected into the burner and the burner relies entirely on the air being pulled across the burner for combustion air. It may take advantage of the mixing effects of the blower by using a pull through system which locates the burner on the suction side of the blower. This means the air being pulled across the burner is at a negative pressure (usually not greater than -1.5 w.c.). Other direct fired applications may use a push through system, which locates the burner downstream from the blower. This means the air being pushed across the burner is at a positive pressure (usually not greater than 3 w.c.). Direct fired burners can be of extremely high turn down ratios, in some instances, 30:1. The high turn down ratio allows the minimum temperature rise to be low enough that the unit does not have to be cycled on and off to maintain temperature. Indirect fired appliances use a heat exchanger and all products of combustion generated by the gas burning device are vented outdoors. They are usually supplied with an atmospheric burner or a power burner. With an atmospheric burner, the air being supplied to the burner is at atmospheric pressure. They have limited turndown ratios (maximum input: minimum input) of usually 3:1 or 4:1. Due to the limited turndown ratio, the minimum temperature rise cannot be held low enough, and as a result, the main gas valve must usually be cycled to maintain temperature. A power burner is a burner in which either the gas, air, or both are supplied at pressures exceeding line pressure for gas and atmospheric pressure for air. Maintaining the proper gas-air mixture for modulation usually requires pressure control of both the air and gas. urners of this type are usually not capable of modulation with the Maxitrol Selectra system. (See Exa Star modulating valves or ratio (zero) regulators for these applications.) DIRECT FIRED Valves designed for direct fired applications (negative pressure/pull through) M411, M511, M611, MR212D, MR212E, MR212G, and MR212J. These valves are designed exclusively for negative pressure (pull through) applications. They use a counter spring to keep the valve in the closed position despite the downward pull of negative pressure. M411, M511, and M611 valves are set for applications up to 1.5 w.c. and are not adjustable. MR212 valves are factory set for applications up to -1.5 w.c. and are field adjustable for up to -3.5 w.c. With the main valve closed, an adjustable bypass provides a minimum firing rate to the burner whenever the safety shut-off valve(s) is open. This is low fire to the heater. Since the pressure regulator maintains a constant supply pressure, the minimum firing rate is also held constant. The MR212 s regulator is an integral component while a seperate upstream pressure regulator is required for the M411, M511, and M611. As voltage is applied to the control s solenoid, a magnetic force is applied to the plunger. The plunger in turn pushes down on the main diaphragm of the M411, M511, and M611 valves or allows pressure to develop in the upper chamber of the MR212 valve. These forces on the main diaphragm are very similar to the spring loading of a gas pressure regulator. When the force is sufficient to overcome the counter spring, the main valve will open and gas will flow through the main valve in addition to flowing through the bypass. With sufficient voltage, the main valve (modulator valve for the MR212) will fully open and the pressure regulator will limit the burner pressure to the desired amount, thus establishing a controlled maximum high fire condition. We now have two extremes. The first is low fire with no force on the plunger and flow through the bypass only. The second is high fire with sufficient force on the plunger to fully open the valve (modulator valve for the MR212), with the gas pressure regulator controlling the maximum firing pressure. Force on the plunger between these extremes results in modulated gas flow. The voltage versus curve, throughout the modulating range, is fairly linear. There are also applications where it is desirable to have two seperate high fire burner settings. Typical applications would be a two speed fan operation or LP natural gas change over. This is accomplished by adding an adjustable resistance to the circuit, thereby limiting voltage to the valve. Changing from one setting to another is done by connecting a single pole single throw switch (customer supplied) that when in the open position allows the to be adjusted up to 2 w.c. below normal maximum high fire. Negative pressure valves designed for dual pressure settings are designated with a - 2 suffix (example: MR212D-2). Field conversion kits (KT/10542) to modify single pressure valves are also available. The working voltage to operate the modulating controls can be supplied by the A1014, A1024, A1044, A1494 and AD1094 Amplifiers or the SC11 Signal Conditioner. (Refer to ulletin SEL1444_CC_EN, SEL94_CC_EN, and SC11_MS_EN.) Valves designed for direct fired applications (positive pressure/push through) MR212D-1, MR212E-1, MR212G-1, and MR212J-1. The valve s operating principles are identical to the negative pressure MR212. The only difference is the valve has been designed to operate on positive pressure (push through) applications. Positive pressure valves designed for dual pressure settings are designated with a - 3 suffix (example: MR212D-3). 2
3 INDIRECT FIRED Valves designed to operate on indirect fired atmospheric burner applications M420, M520, M620. These valves function in the same manner as the direct fired M valves. A pressure adjustment spring has been factory set to obtain an slightly above atmospheric pressure (0.1 w.c.) with the bypass closed and zero voltage being applied. The minimum flow rate is now adjusted through the bypass. NOTE: Minimum is always above 0.2 w.c. Maximum is 7.0 w.c. The valves are driven by the A1094 and AD1094 Amplifiers or SC11 Signal Conditioners. (Refer to ulletin SEL94_CC_EN & SC11_MS_EN.) Valves designed to operate on indirect fired atmospheric burner applications M451, M551, M651, MR251D, MR251E, MR251G. These valves function in the same manner as the direct fired M valves. Minimum input pressure is set using a minimum adjustment spring - the valves do not use a bypass. They are used in applications where the minimum input pressure to burner is between 2.0 and 4.5 w.c. Maximum obtainable outlet pressure is 7.0 w.c. above minimum input pressure. H SUFFIX MODELS Valves designed with wider modulation span for use with LP (liquid propane gas) and other applications MR410H-1, MR510H-1, MR610H-1, M420H, M520H, M620H. Can be configured for indirect fired atmospheric burner applications, as well as those with direct fired burners. H models are designed for applications where is greater than 7 w.c. Minimum is factory set to 1.75 w.c. - remaining set pressure is obtained through bypass. The H models are capable of a total modulation span of as much as 10 w.c. These models are not recommended for applications with a total modulation span of less than 7 w.c. - the sensitivity of outlet pressure change relative to voltage change could cause hunting to occur. H-1 models are designed for applications with a total modulation span greater than 7 w.c. Minimum range of 1 to 2.8 w.c. NOTE: Temperatures shown in text are for Maxitrol s Selectra systems. Valves may be used for any temperature range or application the user s controller can handle. When using valves for other ranges, a Maxitrol SC11 Signal Conditioner can be used in conjunction with the valve. (Refer to ulletin SC11_MS_EN) The valves are driven by the A1094 and AD1094 Amplifiers or SC11 Signal Conditioners. (Refer to ulletin SEL94_CC_EN & SC11_MS_EN.) MR410, MR510, and MR610 These valves use two springs in order to set the high and low fire settings. One spring (min.) surrounds the solenoid and is always in contact with the diaphragm assembly. The other spring (max.) is located above the plunger. With zero voltage applied, the minimum and maximum spring s down force, along with plunger weight, pushes down on the diaphragm thereby setting a regulated high fire. A seperate pressure regulator is not required. As voltage is applied, the plunger pulls up sufficiently until all plunger weight and maximum spring force is removed. The pressure is now controlled with the minimum spring setting giving a regulated low fire condition. Force on the plunger between the extremes results in modulated gas flow. The voltage versus curve, throughout the modulating range, is not linear. These valves are driven with the A1010 or A1011 Amplifier or SC11 Signal Conditioners. (Refer to ulletin SEL2030_2131_CC_ EN & SC11_MS_EN) 3
4 M/MR SERIES APPLICATIONS TALE Model Number M411 M511 M611 M420 M420H M520 M520H M620 M620H M451 M551 M651 MR251D MR251E MR251G Max. Current Draw (amps) Application Function Direct Fired (Negative Pressure) urners Atmospheric urners H Models for higher s (such as LP applications) Atmospheric urners - where higher outlet pressures are needed Atmospheric urners - where higher outlet pressures are needed CSA Tested* Inlet Pressure 1/2 psi (3.4 kpa) 1/2 psi (3.4 kpa) 1/2 psi (3.4 kpa) - - CSA Rated** Inlet Pressure Inlet Pressure Operating Limits Upstream pressure regulator setting Upstream pressure regulator setting Upstream pressure regulator setting 5 psi (34 kpa) Upstream Pressure Regulator Required Yes Yes Yes Maximum Emergency Exposure 2.5 psi (17 kpa) 2.5 psi (17 kpa) 2.5 psi (17 kpa) No 12.5 psi (86 kpa) Output Control Means Standard Factory Setting (if applicable) Low Fire: adjustable orifice bypass High Fire: upstream pressure regulator setting less pressure drop NOTE: 7 w.c. (1.7 kpa) max Low Fire: adjustable orifice bypass High Fire: upstream pressure regulator setting less pressure drop NOTE: 7 w.c. (1.7 kpa) max NOTE: H models: 11 w.c. (2.7 kpa) max Low Fire: spring adjustment Std. Model: w.c. ( kpa) -1 models: w.c ( kpa) High Fire: upstream pressure regulator setting less pressure drop Low Fire: spring adjustment w.c. ( kpa) High FIre: maximum 7 w.c. (1.7 kpa) above minimum setting MR212D MR212E MR212G MR212J Direct Fired (Negative Pressure) urners 5 psi (34 kpa) 5 psi (34 kpa) No 12.5 psi (86 kpa) Low fire: adjustable orifice bypass High fire: spring adjustment High Fire Setting: Std. model: 2-5 w.c. ( kpa) -2 model: 2-5 w.c. ( kpa) reduced to 0-3 w.c. ( kpa) MR410 MR410H-1 MR510 MR510H-1 MR610 MR610H Atmospheric urners H-1 models for higher (such as for LP applications) Decrease in voltage 1/2 psi (3.4 kpa) 1 psi (7 kpa) No 2.5 psi (17 kpa) Low fire: spring adjustment High fire: spring adjustment Std. model: 2-5 w.c. ( kpa) max-4 w.c. (1.0 kpa) -1 model: min-1.5 w.c. (0.38 kpa) max-4 w.c. (1.0 kpa) H-1 model: min = 1.75 w.c. (4 kpa) max = 11 w.c. (2.7 kpa) NOTE: H-1 models: 7.5 to 12 w.c. (1.87 to 3 kpa) max * Where no ANSI standard currently exists, Maxitrol Controls have been CSA tested for use as a component of Maxitrol Selectra systems. **CSA Rated Inlet Pressures are established by ANSI Z21.18, CSA 6.3, and CSA 6.5 standards where applicable. System Used With Series 14, 24, 44, 94, SC11, DFM Series 3, Series 94, SC11 Series 94, SC11 Series 94, SC11 Series 14, 24, 44, 94, SC11, DFM Series 20, 21, 30, 31 4
5 DIMENSIONS A A D D C Figure 2: MR410, MR410H-1, M411, M420, M420H, M451 C Figure 3: MR510, MR510H-1, M511, M520, M520H, M551 A A D D C Figure 4: MR610, MR610H-1, M611, M620, M620H, M651 C Figure 5 : MR212, MR251 (Same as MR212 except single by-pass) NOTE: Dimensions are to be used only as an aid in designing clearance for the valves. Actual production dimensions may vary somewhat from those shown. Model Number MR410, MR410H-1, M411, M420, M420H, M451 MR510, MR510H-1, M511, M520, M520H, M551 MR610, MR610H-1, M620, M620H, M651 M611 MR212D, MR251D MR212E, MR251E MR212G, MR251G Swing Radius 3.1 (79) 4.3 (109) 5.7 (145) 6.2 (158) 8.1 (206) 8.6 (218) 1 (264) MR212J (Not Shown Above) -- 5 Dimensions - Expressed in Inches (mm) A C D (100) (51) (54) (24) 5.3 (135) 7.1 (180) 7.7 (196) 10.2 (259) (286) (375) 24 (610) 3.25 (83) 3.9 (99) 3.9 (99) 7 (178) 9.1 (232) 13.5 (343) 21.5 (546) 3.4 (86) 4 (102) 4 (102) 5.5 (140) 8 (203) (298) 13.9 (352) 1.2 (30) 1.5 (37) 1.5 (37) 2.3 (59) 3 (76) 4.6 (118) 5.9 (149)
6 CAPACITIES Flow Rate expressed in CFH (m 3 /h) sp gr gas, Pressure Drop expressed in inches w.c. (Pa) NOTE: Consult with Maxitrol Company, for flows in excess of those shown below. Model Number and Pipe Size 100 (2.83) 150 (4.25) 200 (5.66) 250 (7.1) 300 (8.5) 350 (9.9) 400 (11.3) 450 (12.7) 500 (14.2) 600 (17.0) 700 (19.8) 750 (21.2) Min. Flow MR410 MR410H-1 M411 M420 M420H M451 3/8 X 3/8 1/2 X 1/ (82) 0.27 (67) 0.75 (188) 0.61 (153) (14-250) MR510 MR510H-1 M511 1/2 X 1/ (42) 0.30 (75) 7 (118) 0.67 (168) 0.92 (230) (14-350) M520 M520H M551 3/4 X 3/ (30) 0.21 (52) 0.32 (80) 7 (118) 0.64 (160) 0.83 (207) (14-520) MR610 MR610H-1 3/4 X 3/ (35) M620 M620H M651 1 X (30) 0.20 (50) 0.16 (40) 0.27 (67) 0.22 (55) 0.36 (90) 0.29 (72) 5 (113) 0.37 (92) 0.56 (140) 5 (113) 0.81 (203) 0.66 (165) (225) 1.00 (250) (28-930) or Models to which min. flow applies. (Minimum flow maximum calculated ΔP = 3.5 w.c. [single by-pass]) Model Number and Pipe Size 100 (2.83) 150 (4.25) 200 (5.66) 300 (8.5) 400 (11.3) 500 (14.2) 600 (17.0) 700 (19.8) 800 (22.7) 900 (25.5) 1000 (28.3) CSA Listed Min. Flow M611* 3/4 x 3/4 1 x (5) 0.02 (5) 0.06 (15) 0.05 (12) 0.09 (23) 0.07 (18) 0.20 (50) 0.16 (40) 0.36 (90) 0.29 (72) 0.56 (140) 6 (115) 0.81 (203) 0.66 (165) 1.10 (275) 0.90 (225) 1.45 (363) 1.18 (295) 1.83 (458) 1.50 (375) (463) (28-930) Model Number and Pipe Size 1000 (28.3) 1500 (42.5) 2000 (56.5) 2500 (70.8) 3000 (85.0) 3500 (99.0) 5000 (142) 6000 (170) 7000 (198) (283) (311) CSA Listed Min. Flow Applies to MR212 s only MR212D* MR251D MR212E* MR251E MR212G* MR251G 1 x 1 1¼ x 1¼ 1½ x 1½ 1½ x 1½ 2 x 2 2½ x 2½ 1.7 (425) 1.7 (425) 2.9 (725) 2.3 (575) 2.2 (550) (1225) 3.1 (775) 2.9 (725) 6.2** (1550) 4.8 (1200) 3.9 (975) 2.4 (600) 2.1 (525) ** (1475) 5.4 (1350) 2.9 (725) 2.4 (600) (875) 2.7 (675) 3 x ** (1500) 5.5 (1375) 2.2 (550) 2.1 (525) ** (1500) 2.6 (650) 2.3 (575) (750) 2.6 (650) 6.1 (1525) 4.6 (1150) (1400) (71-850) (71-850) ( ) *U.L. recognized **Pressure Drop figures derived from CSA Maximum Listed Capacities in far right column (not flow at column top). Model Number and Pipe Size 6000 (170) 8000 (227) (283) (340) (397) (397) (510) (566) (623) (680) (765) (850) Min. Flow MR212J 4 x (525) 2.4 (600) 2.7 (675) 3.1 (775) 3.6 (900) 4.5 (1125) 5.4 (1350) 6.6 (1650) 7.8 (1950) 9.9 (2475) 12.4 (3100) (3-2830) 6
7 TYPICAL GAS TRAINS Modulator (M) or Modulator-Regulator (MR) Valve: Mount in upright position in horizontal run of pipe, downstream of other controls - a seperate gas pressure regulator must be used with any modulator (M) valve. Figure 6 : M Valve-Regulator upstream of modulator valve 2013 Maxitrol 2013 Maxitrol Figure 7 : MR Valve-Modulator/Regulator Valve TYPICAL INSTALLATIONS MODEL DESIGNATIONS Models having the letters, H, M, R, or W, or a combination of these suffix letters, indicates the design modification described below: GAS FLOW PRESSURE REGULATOR DIA- PHRAGM VALVE TO URNERS Figure 8 : If diaphragm type automatic gas valve is used with seperate regulator, install MR valve downstream from diaphragm gas valve. Retain regulator in manifold and adjust 2 or 3 turns to compensate for pressure drop of MR valve. MR 2013 Maxitrol H oth sides fitted for low fire adjustment. Capable of a total modulation span of as much as 10 w.c. M PL parallel thread conforms to ISO 7-1. R W Right side outlet - low fire by-pass adjustment on right side. Available on models: M411, M511, M420, and M520. Indicates covered wire terminal connections, same as M611. Available on models: M411, M511, M420, M520, M620, M451, M551, and M651. GAS FLOW COMINATION CONTROL TO URNERS MR NOTE: Models M411, M511, and M611 are available with 1/8 NPT connection for reading. Not availabe on models connection is located on opposite side of by-pass adjustment (See Dimensions, page 5) Maxitrol Figure 9 : If full combination control is used, install MR valve downstream. Adjust regulator in combination control 2 or 3 turns to compensate for pressure drop at MR valve. GAS FLOW MR SOLENOID VALVE TO URNERS 2013 Maxitrol Figure 10 : If solenoid type automatic gas valve is used with seperate regulator, replace regulator with the MR valve. NOTE: MR Valve must be in upright position, in horizontal run of pipe only with pilot gas supply upstream. 7
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