How to run blower full time and heat intermitent


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Old 01-02-09, 09:10 PM
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Question How to run blower full time and heat intermitent

I have a lennox oil furnace that I would like to hook up in my paint booth. In a paint booth you need air flowing all the time. So what I need to know is how can I wire the furnace so that the blower is on all the time and the heat only comes on when called for?
 
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Old 01-02-09, 09:40 PM
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Since you will be using solvent based paint, you need to be concerned about potential explosions. Most commercial paint booths use a sealed (explosion proof) motor exhaust fan with paint filters between the booth and the fan. If you want warm make up air, the furnace needs to be as far away from the booth as possible. You could then duct heat towards the booth. It should also be filtered to reduce dust particles from entering the booth.
 
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Old 01-03-09, 01:59 AM
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Yes I know about the exposion part. I am going to have the furnace outside.
 
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Angry American Standard Oil Burner Model ACD-603

I have a old American Standar Oil Burner forced hot air, I've replaced the relay box and the cad eye. The burner comes on but does not ignite the flames. after replacing the relay box it ran for a week and stopped igniting. After replacing the cad eye it ran for a day and stopped igniting. Please help
 
 

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