Model # 6RCSTD

Internet #202266073

Store SKU #974524

Field Controls 6 in. Damper with Collar

Field Controls

6 in. Damper with Collar

$37.21 /each

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Product Overview

The Field Controls 6 in. Damper with Collar is designed for barometric draft control. This boiler replacement part is calibrated to allow for easy adjustment to match the furnace or boiler manufacturer's specifications. The Field RC is furnished as standard equipment on many leading brands of heating equipment.

  • Commercial or residential
  • Oil or coal
  • Designed for settings from 0.02 in. to 0.08 in.
  • Includes collar

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How to installing it

Asked by: Lily
Before installing or purchasing this draft control, I would look at the owners manual or installation instructions for the appliance. It will call out if a draft regulator is required and where it should go, as in the distance above the appliance. The draft control is typically installed in the branch of a tee installed at the location called out in the installation instructions. I have been a plumber most of my life and neither I or any of the plumbers I know would install this ourselves. Not because I can't cut a tee into smoke pipe, for that easy. But because the addition of or change of a draft regulator will greatly effect the draft. Oil equipment today is just to efficient to adjust by eye. You need very specific test equipment to set up the firing rate, air fuel mixture and draft. Most oil company's have techs on staff trained to do this. Its not brain surgery but requires special tools that most contractors don't have. I typically call in a oil tech every time I install a new oil boiler. I have them set all the adjustments by instrument. This insures I don;t either burn up or soot up the new boiler. It also dials the appliance in to the specific draft characteristics of that particular chimney. Just as you would not attempt to adjust the fuel injection in a modern car without the proper computer you should not attempt to adjust an oil appliance. Truly it something that should be done as part of the annual cleaning and will go a long way to long dependable and efficient operation.
Answered by: chris
Date published: 2016-09-06
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