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    Gordon Piatt burners

    does anybody have the factory high and low fire combustion specs for a GP C4.5-N-03 burner

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    I have the books, but without pro membership I am afraid I can't help you.

    Something you did not specify was what fuel. Just for future reference.

    Have you tried GP's website? There are many manuals online.

    Hang around and get your post count up and apply for pro.

    Good luck.
    If a day goes by and you have learned nothing, I hope you got a lot of sleep.

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    natural gas. GP website does not offer C burner manuals, thanks for the reply.

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    Probably an OEM burner..

    What make and model equipment are we working on?

    GT
    If a day goes by and you have learned nothing, I hope you got a lot of sleep.

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    AirWise m#TBA-500/HRP/RA s# CN-1485-1
    burner s#8966

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    thanks for that

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    Mike,

    Typically with any given burner set the high fire to 7-10 CO2 with less than 100ppm of CO and you good to go. the settings wont hold anyways, the temperature of the combustion air, atmospheric pressure and the amount of BTU's in the fuel are all variables and they all affect the combustion readings.

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    http://www.gordonpiattparts.com/manuals.htm Manuals on line CiCi boiler..Gordon Piatt parts rep. John Zink bought Gordon Piatt

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