Installing the specially designed Sound Cover on a Beckett AF, AFG or CF375 burner makes a great burner even better by providing the following benefits:
- Reducing air and component noise in nearby areas
- Enhancing the appearance of the burner
- Providing a solution to the outside air needs
- Allowing installation in convenient locations such as:
- Finished Attics
- Finished Basements
- Laundry Rooms
- Recreation Rooms
Installation Requirements & Issues
Make certain that you have sufficient clearance from doors, pipes, valves, or electrical fixtures as indicated in the adjacent diagrams. Allow time for any changes required.
- Burner Type
The burner must be a Beckett AF, AFG or CF375 burner. The cover will not fit S-housing burners.
- Affected Noise
Check on the source of the noise. The cover will significantly reduce near-burner sound levels such as air-intake sound or minor component noise. However, there are other system issues to consider. Making certain that the coupling is properly aligned and the motor bearings and other components are in good condition will also improve sound levels. Sound heard in remote areas–such as combustion noise–will be reduced by burner tune-ups or flue pipe mufflers more than by the installation of a burner cover.
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Please note, all warranty claims must be initiated through an authorized Beckett supplier/distributor. Distribution policies will not allow Beckett to directly handle warranty claims with installers and/or consumers.