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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
COUNTRY
NATURAL GAS
PROPANE
GREAT-BRITAIN / IRELAND
UNICA 50 NG
UNICA 52 NG
UNICA 65 NG
UNICA 70 NG
UNICA 100 NG
UNICA 50 PG
UNICA 52 PG
UNICA 65 PG
UNICA 70 PG
UNICA 100 PG
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
CONTENTS
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1.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE......................................................
2.
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS............................................... 16
3.
MAINTENANCE......................................................................
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4.
FAULTS.................................................................................
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5.
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM.........................................................
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6.
DIMENSIONS.........................................................................
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7.
TECHNICAL DETAILS/REGULATIONS...................................... 44
8.
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST..................................................
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INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE
1.1
INTRODUCTION
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Congratulations on your purchase of this modern BARBAS gas fire. This quality
product will provide you with many years of enjoyment due to the flame effect
and warmth that it provides. Please read the instructions for use carefully before
using the appliance for the first time. Keep this booklet in a safe place.
1.2
BUILT-IN PROTECTION OF THE APPLIANCE
The appliance is fully protected by means of a thermo-electric pilot light shut off
in the event of a gas escape from the main burner. Additionally, the gas fire is
fitted with a thermal one-way protection safety system. This system shuts off the
appliance if the flue gas is not exhausted.
1.2.1
Safety
Do not place any embers, vermiculite granules or logs against
the pilot light burner. Make sure that the pilot flame can burn at
all times freely over the main burner. Only in this way is proper
ignition of the main burner ensured.
Ignoring these directions could lead to a dangerous situation.
It is essential that the appliance, the chimney and the burner
air intake are cleaned and inspected annually by a
recognised fitter/gas specialist. The safe operation of the
appliance will thus remain guaranteed.
See for additional instructions Chapter 3: Maintenance.
If the pilot flame goes out for any reason, wait for 5 minutes
before attempting to re-light it.
The gas fire must never be used with the door open or the
door glass removed.
Never place flammable material on the ceramic log set.
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The filling of the main burner with embers, vermiculite granules
and wood logs may not under any circumstances be changed
or added to.
Do not place easily-flammable materials, such as nylon clothing
or flammable liquids, in the vicinity of the gas fire.
Ensure at all times that children and other people who are not
aware of the operation of the gas appliance are only in the
vicinity of the appliance exclusively under supervision.
Use a fireguard to protect children and other persons
mentioned above against possible burns.
1.3
OPERATION : HAND CONTROL
The gas regulating block, with which the fire is operated, is located behind the
operating hatch. The fire has one main burner which can be operated by the
thermostatic knob and/or the sliding knob.
The thermostatic knob is used to choose the correct setting and the modulating
thermostat ensures that the set temperature (13 - 38°C) is maintained.
The slider, is used to select the desired position, the burner will now
continueously burn as an atmospheric burner until the setting is changed.
Both operating knobs can be used in combination.
The Unica 65, Unica 70 and Unica 100 are fitted with a double convection fan as
standard. For the Unica 50 and Unica 52 is this an option (factory-done). The
fan speed can be regulated with the knob located on the right-hand side of the
gas regulating block. The knob on the Unica 52 and 65 can be found by opening
the operating hatch on the right hand side.
When the appliance reaches a temperature of 40°C, the convection fan will
automatically be activated. After the appliance has been switched off, the fan
will continue until the temperature has fallen below 35°C.
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“OFF” POSITION
SLIDER
SLIDER
THERMOSTAT KNOB
“IGNITION”
POSITION
“OFF” POSITION
“IGNITION” KNOB
Figure 1: Hand control
1.4
IGNITING THE FIRE
Open the gas supply valve in the gas pipe to the appliance.
Lock the slider into “l” position.
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Turn the thermostat knob to the ignition position “«” and then push the
knob in.
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While keeping the thermostat knob pushed in, press the ingition button a few
times to ignite the pilot light. Check through the glass that the pilot light has
been lit.
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When the pilot light is lit, keep the thermostat knob pushed in for a further 10
seconds, after which it can be released.
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Important:
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If the pilot flame goes out, then wait for at
least 5 minutes before repeating the above
procedure.
By turning the thermostat knob to the required setting and/or pushing the slider
into a downward position: the burner will now ignite.
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1.5
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TURNING OFF THE FIRE
Turn the thermostat knob to the ignition position “«”.
Lock the slider to the “l” position.
The burner will now be fully extinguished.
If the thermostat knob is turned back to the “1” position, then the burner will
continue to operate for as long as the room temperature remains below 13°C.
1.6
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EXTINGUISHING THE PILOT LIGHT
Extinguish the pilot by setting the thermostat knob to the “l” position.
If the gas fire is not going to be used for a long period of time, it is
recommended to close the gas supply valve to the fire.
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If the pilot flame goes out for any reason,
wait for 5 minutes before attempting to
re-light it.
If the pilot light frequently goes out, then please contact your installer.
OPERATION: REMOTE CONTROL
1.7.1 In general
The pilot light and burner are switched to “ON “ or “OFF” by means of the control
knob A. The flame height of the burner is regulated by control knob B.
The desired position is selected and the burner will burn continuously in this
position, until this is changed.
The control knob B can be used in different ways:
1. Manually, by turning the knob by hand in the desired position.
2. By means of the cordless remote control, where the desired position of the
knob and also the flame height are regulated by ultra-sonic signals.
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A
Figure 2: Operating switch
1.7.2 Igniting the fire
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Open the gas valve in the gas supply pipe to the appliance
Turn the control knob B to the position where the “big flame”-symbol is located.
Turn the control knob A a little to the left until the stop.
Press knob A and keep the button pressed approximately 5 seconds
(the gas flows to the pilot light).
Continue turning the pressed knob A further to the left to the ignition position
(from the « symbol to the “small flame” symbol). A “click” is heard indicating
the ignition spark for the pilot light.
If necessary, click a few times until the pilot light burns.
As soon as the pilot light burns, keep knob A pressed for another 10 seconds,
then release.
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If the pilot light goes out, then wait for at least
5 minutes before repeating the above mentioned
procedure.
Continue turning knob A fully to the left until the “ON” position, (the “big
flame” symbol) and the main burner is ignited.
Beware: it takes a few seconds for the burner to ignite!
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1.7.3 Flame height
The flame height of the main burner can now be adjusted by means of control
knob B. Manually in approximately 20 steps or by means of the cordless
remote control (continuous). Turning knob B to the left in the direction of the “big
flame” symbol increases the flame height, to the right in the direction of the
l symbol decreases the gas supply from the minimum position to the “OFF”
position.
1.7.4 Remote control
The remote control operates according to the “ultrasonic” principle and consists
of
a hand-held transmitter and a reciever. For a correct operation, aim the front of
the hand-held transmitter towards the eye of the reciever in the appliance. The
appliance must already be switched on with the control knob A.
It is recommended to adjust always the flame height to the minimum or “OFF”
position, before entirely switching off the appliance with the control knob A.
LED indication
Battery compartment
Figure 3: Reciever
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Changing batteries signal
Room temperature /
Set roomtemperature
Temperature display
°C - °F
SENDsymbol
AUTO
TIMER
MAN
display
Button AUTO
Button TIMER
Heating period
P1 and P2
Time display
Button
High MAN
Setting TIMER
Setting TIME
Button
Low MAN
Setting TIMER
Setting TIME
Figure 4: Hand-held transmitter
Figure 5: 4 x Connectors to gascontrols
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1.7.5 Extinguishing the fire
Turn knob B, possibly with the remote control, fully to the right to the
l symbol and/or turn the control knob A to the right until the stop (“small flame”
symbol = pilot light position).
The main burner will still burn for a few seconds, after which it will be
extinguished completely.
1.7.6 Set the display
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After connecting the batteries or when simultaneously pressing AUTO and
TIMER, the display will flash. You are now in “SET” mode.
Press AUTO to switch from °F (and standard time) to °C (and military time) or
vice versa.
The display will automatically return to manual mode after some time, but you
may immediately return to MAN by pressing the TIMER button.
1.7.7 Set the current time
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After connecting the batteries or when simultaneously pressing AUTO and
TIMER, the display flashes. You are in SET mode.
Press
to set the hour and to set the minute.
Wait or press TIMER to return to MAN mode.
1.7.8 Programming the desired temperature
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Press AUTO until display flashes.
Press
or
to set the temperature.
Wait or press AUTO to switch to automatic mode.
1.7.9 Programming the timer
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Press TIMER until P1 flashes (heating period 1, heat ON)
Set the time for the beginning of the first heating period by pressing
for hour and
for minute’setting.
Press TIMER again; P1 appears on the display. Set the time for the end of
the first heating period.
Press TIMER again to set the second heating period P2 (heat ON) and
P2 (heat OFF).
Store both heating periods by pressing TIMER again.
If only one heating period is desired, program the same time for P2 and P1.
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1.7.10
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MAN mode for manual flame height adjustment
Automatic mode for temperature control
TIMER mode (TIMER in display)
Changing the battery
If BATT appears in upper right corner of the display or if the LED of the
receiver becomes faint, please change the battery from transmitter or receiver.
See also 1.7.15
If the batteries lose power, the flame height can be adjusted by manually
turning knob B.
1.7.14
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During heating periods P1 and P2, the temperature is controlled in the same
manner as in AUTO mode.
When the timer program turns to (heating cycle off), the motor will turn the
valve to pilot and there is no temperature control. This minimizes battery
consumption.
You may press AUTO to verify the set-temperature and then press TIMER to
return to timer mode.
Press either the
or
button from any mode for manual override.
For the AUTO or TIMER mode to function correctly, the transmitter must
remain with range of the receiver.
1.7.13
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Briefly press AUTO. The set temperature will appear briefly before the display
reverts to the room temperature.
1.7.12
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Press
to turn on the fire (main burner) or to increase flame height.
Press
to decrease flame height or to turn down the main burner. The pilot
stays on.
To incrementally increase or decrease the flame height lightly tap either the
or
button.
The SEND symbol appears in the upper left corner of the display when either
button
or
is depressed.
The LED of the receiver flashes if you reach the end stops of the valve.
1.7.11
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Extinguishing the pilot light
The pilot light extinguishes by slightly pressing the spring loaded control knob
A and by turning it to the right to the “OFF” position (l-symbol).
If the gas fire is not going to be used for a long period of time, it is
recommended to close the gas supply valve to the fire.
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Important:
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If the pilot light goes out for any reason,
wait for 5 minutes before attempting to
re-light it.
Replacing the batteries
The batteries of the hand-held transmitter and reciever have a lifespan of
approximately one year.
If BATT appears in upper right corner of the display, please change the battery
from the hand-held transmitter.
If the LED of the reciever becomes faint, please change the battery from the
reciever.
Hand-held transmitter:
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Open the cover at the back of the hand-held transmitter.
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Carefully remove the 9V block battery and release it from the contact maker.
Do not pull the wires!
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Connect the new battery and refit. Close the cover.
Receiver:
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Remove the battery support from the housing and release it from the contact
holder.
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Remove the batteries from the battery support.
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Place the 4 new batteries of 1,5V (type LR6 or AA) in the battery support as
indicated. The pressure spring always against the negative pole (-) of the
battery. Connect the battery support with the contact maker. Replace the
support and close the cover. Incorrect placement of the batteries or the
battery support can lead to irreparable damage to the electronics or the
electric propulsion.
NOTE:
Please note, the placement of the transmitter (temperature sensor) is
important to assure proper temperature regulation. Generally, a more constant
temperature will be assured, if the transmitter is not too far from the gas
or
appliance. Before switching to AUTO or TIMER mode, press either knob
to verify the reception (when the SEND symbol appears in the transmitter
display, the receiver’s LED must illuminate).
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1.8
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USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME
The gas fire is coated with a lacquer layer resistant to high temperature.
During the first hours of operation, the burning in of the lacquer may result in
an unpleasant smell. This is harmless, however. Operating the gas fire at full
capacity for a few hours, while ventilating the room, will eliminate the smell.
Moreover, deposits may form on the inside off the glass; these can be removed
with a dry cloth when the gas fire has cooled down.
1.9
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DAILY MAINTENANCE
Regulary check that the air supply is still open.
Ensure that as little dust, and as few particles of cigarette smoke, candles and
oil lamps as possible pollute the air in the room in which the appliance is used.
Heating of these particles by the convection system of the appliance could
lead to discoloration of the walls and ceiling. It is therefore very important to
ensure that the room in which the appliance is located is sufficiently ventilated.
Regularly remove any dust deposits from behind the control flap by means of
a vacuum cleaner.
Important:
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If the glass is broken or cracked, it must be
immediately replaced before operating the
gas fire again.
If anything is spilt on the fire, switch it off immediately and wait for it to cool
down sufficiently before cleaning. Never use scouring powder, aggressive
cleaners or fire polish on the gas fire. Use only a dry lint free cloth.
Barbas heat resistant lacquer in aerosols can be obtained from your
distributor. During the yearly maintenance, the lacquer can be used to repair
small areas of damage.
IMPORTANT
The installation must only be carried out by a
CORGI registered installation engineer.
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2
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
2.1
GENERAL
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The gas fire must be positioned and connected as a “open” appliance by
a CORGI registered installation engineer in accordance with the following
installation instructions, nationally and locally applicable regulations (see
“Technical Details/ Regulations” at the rear of this manual).
If you have any queries regarding the installation, please consult your local gas
company.
If an existing chimney is to be used, please consult your installer first. If the
chimney was previously used for a wood or coal fire, then it should be cleaned
by an expert. A chimney draw of approximately 5 Pa (=0,05 mbar) is sufficient for
full load of the appliance. If the chimney draw is more than 20 Pa (=0,2 mbar),
then it is recommended to reduce it.
Before beginning the installation, check that the details on the rating plate
correspond to the gas type and pressure to which the appliance will be
connected.
2.2
FLUE PROTECTION
The appliance is supplied with a security system T.T.B. It is a thermostat
which shuts off the pilot light and main burner under any of the following
circumstances:
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insufficient chimney draw.
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under-pressure in the house due to a mechanical exhaust system.
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bad connection between the appliance and the flue.
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partial or total blockage of the flue, for instance, due to falling debris.
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insufficient external air supply in an entirely closed house.
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flue down draught due to wind.
After the problem has been rectified, the appliance can be put back into
operation. It is not permitted to bypass the security system. Always call your
installer in case of any problem.
Replace the security system only with parts identical to those originally supplied!
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2.3
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PREPARATIONS BEFORE INSTALLATION
Before installing the appliance, first observe the following instructions.
2.3.1 The most important facilities according to the regulations:
1 NATURALLY VENTILATED HOUSE (see Figure 6).
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The room in which the appliance is to be fitted must have a nonclosable combustion air supply opening. The minimum dimensions
are detailed in “Technical Details/Regulations” at the rear of this
manual (see also Paragraph 2.4, point 4).
The flue gas exhaust must exit at “outlet area I”.
OUTLET AREA I
AIR SUPPLY
OPENING
GAS
Figure 6: Naturally ventilated house
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2 MECHANICALLY VENTILATED HOUSE (see Figure 7)
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The room in which the appliance is to be fitted must have a nonclosable combustion air supply opening. The minimum dimensions
are detailed in “Technical Details/Regulations” at the rear of this
manual (see also Paragraph 2.4, point 4).
The flue gases must be extracted by means of a flue extraction fan.
FLUE EXTRACTION
FAN
GAS
Figure 7: Mechanically ventilated house
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AIR SUPPLY
OPENING
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2.4
GENERAL SERVICES
1.
UNPACKING THE APPLIANCE
The appliance is fitted with two “carrying handles” at the top. If required,
they may be removed during installation.
2.
FRAME
The appliance is fitted with a 20 mm wide frame as standard. A detachable
50 mm (Unica 50: 32 mm) wide frame is placed on top.
3.
FLUE
Before installation, it must be verified that the flue has sufficient draw.
Remove all flue gas dampers (if present) in the flue or fix them in the open
position. The flue must be at least 2 metres long. In order to prevent
condensation in a masonry flue and, if necessary, to improve correct
operation of the appliance, it is recommended that the flue be fitted with an,
(isolated) aluminium or (flexible) stainless steel pipe of Ø100 mm (minimum).
An protective cap must be placed on top of the chimney to prevent rain
entering.
4.
COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY
The combustion air supply has to comply with national and local
regulations. The minimum dimensions are detailed in “Technical Details/
Regulations” at the rear of this manual. The air supply opening must be
non-closable.
5.
THERMOSTAT SENSOR
The appliance is equipped with a thermostat sensor which is normally fitted
to the bottom plate. The thermostat function can be improved by positioning
the sensor in the bottom left- or right hand side, or at the height of the plinth
underneath the appliance. Ensure that the sensor remains easily accessible
at all times for service and maintenance.
6.
GAS CONNECTION
The Ø12 mm or Ø15 mm gas connection is located on the left side of the
appliance. Connect the gas supply to the appliance using the push
coupling. Use only gas piping with a minimum diameter of 1/2” G with a
shut-off valve.
7.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
If the appliance is equipped with a convection fan, there must be a wall
socket with earth connection, preferably at the right-hand side of the
appliance. The socket should be accessible at all times.
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POSITIONING THE APPLIANCE
Important:
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Never use combustible materials during the
installation.
Insulate the gas fire using white loose insulation
wool (heat resistant up to 1000°C).
Not at the bottom !!
Flammable materials, such as curtains, should
not be placed in the vicinity of the gas fire.
Minimum safe distance: 100 cm.
During installation of the gas fire, a clearance of
3 mm should be maintained on all sides of the
appliance to allow for expansion of the appliance
during operation.
The opening underneath the operation hatch
(2 cm) must remain completely free.
Position the appliance at least 12 cm above
the floor height.
Read one of the following instructions for fitting the appliance, as applicable:
Paragraph 2.5.1 Fitting into a new chimney
Paragraph 2.5.2 Fitting into an existing opening larger than the fire insert
Paragraph 2.5.3 Fitting into an existing opening equal or smaller than the
fire insert.
2.5.1 Fitting into a new chimney
The fireplace must be mounted on a concrete floor. If there is no concrete floor,
it is essential to re-enforce the floorboards underneath with concrete. Build in
the fire insert up to the top of the fireplace opening. Push the appliance into the
opening and make the chimney connection using an (insulated) aluminium or
(flexible) stainless steel pipe of Ø100 mm.
Connect the gas supply using the separately provided gas inlet connector.
Ensure that the gas regulating block is straight during the connection. Ensure
that the gas regulating block and pipework are not put under stress.
Make the electrical connection to the fan.
(Only applicable if the appliance is provided with an convection fan.)
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Position the thermostat sensor at the left-or right hand side underneath the
frame, or at the height of the plinth.
See Paragraphe 2.5.3 for fitting the log set.
Check that all connections are completely gas tight using soapy water or a leak
tester. As a check, allow the fire to burn briefly (maximum 1 minute).
Following verification that there are no leaks, finish off building in the fire insert.
MASONRY REQUIRES APPROXIMATELY 4 WEEKS TO BECOME
COMPLETELY DRY BEFORE NORMAL USE OF THE FIRE INSERT CAN
BEGIN.
2.5.2
Fitting into an existing opening larger than the fire insert.
Place an (insulated) aluminium or (flexible) stainless steel pipe (Ø100 mm) into
the flue for the connection between the flue spigot of the appliance and the
chimney and then position the appliance into the fireplace. Push the aluminium
or stainless steel pipe into the flue spigot of the appliance. For further installation
procedures, refer to Paragraph 2.5.1.
2.5.3
Fitting into an existing opening equal to or smaller than the
fire insert.
If the opening in the fireplace is too small for the appliance, it must be
enlarged by an authorised company in accordance with the applicable building
regulations.
Before fitting the fire insert, a number of preparations must be made. Firstly, the
appliance must be completely dismanteld, as follows (see also Figure 8 or 9):
1. Open the operating hatch underneath the appliance by pulling it forwards.
2. Dismantling operating hatch(es):
Unica 50 : The operating hatch can be taken out if the left hinge pin is
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pulled from the frame by means of pointed pliers, or
Unica 100 unscrewing the left Phillips screw if there is one.
Unica 52 :
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Dismantle the centre operating hatch by pushing it to the left,
after which it can be taken out at the right-hand side.
The right operating hatch can be taken out by pushing it to the
right.
The left operating hatch can be taken out by lifting it slighty.
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3. Dismantling the frame:
When necessary, the 50 mm frame can be removed (Unica 50: 32 mm).
Unica 50 : Loosen the screws underneath at the left-and right hand side,
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at the inside of the frame, and remove the frame by pulling it
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Unica 52 :
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Push the frame upwards and remove it.
4. Dismantling the front, door and glass:
Unica 50 : Remove the door by carefully pulling it forwards at the bottom
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and subsequently lift it slightly. The entire door can be taken
Unica 100 out from the front. Remove the glass plate by lifting the glass
clips using a screw-driver.
Unica 52 :
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Dismantle the door (including the glass) by loosening the
screws at the top and bottom.
Dismantle the front by loosening all screws around the door
opening.
Wear protective gloves when handling the glass.
5. Carefully remove the log set.
6. Dismantle the glass support plate at the front in the combustion chamber, by
loosening the 4 bolts and by removing the glass support plate.
7. Disconnect the (light blue) plug connectors of the security system wiring.
8. The complete “control unit” can now be slid out like a drawer.
9. Dismantling the inner shell:
Unica 50 : Dismantle the entire inner shell by completely loosening a nut
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at the left-and right hand side bottom, after which the inner
Unica 100 shell will turn over by its own weight at the bottom.
The complete inner shell can be removed by lifting it from its
hinge points.
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Dismantle the entire inner shell by slightly loosening the 4
nuts at the front. Next, turn the adjustment bolt downwards at
the left-and right hand side bottom which slightly lowers the
inner shell compared to the outer casing. The inner shell can
be removed after loosening the 4 insert nuts.
Flue spigot
Outer casing
50 mm Frame
(Unica 50: 32 mm Frame)
Inner shell
Control unit
Glass support plate
Operating hatch
Door
Figure 8: Unica 50 / Unica 70 / Unica 100
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Flue spigot
Outer casing
Inner shell
Control unit
Glass support plate
Front
Operating hatch
50 mm Frame
Door
Figure 9: Unica 52 / Unica 65
10. The flue spigot can be removed by loosening the self-tapping screws from
the inside of the outer casing.
The appliance is now fully dismantled.
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Installing the gas fire insert should be carried out in the following order:
1. FITTING THE OUTER CASING
Place the outer casing into the fireplace opening. Using the supplied frame,
position the fireplace casing horizontally and vertically level to the wall.
The casing must also be level.
Check that the gas supply pipe has been fed through the opening provided at
the bottom left-hand corner.
If necessary, loosen the electrical supply cable from the connector, and guide
the cable through the special openings to the wall socket, on which, during
installation, there must be no tension.
Slightly lower the (insulated) aluminium or (flexible) stainles steel pipe
(Ø100 mm), which is made through the chimney, through the opening at the top
of the outer casing. Attach the pipe to the flue spigot and push it back upwards
again. The flue spigot can now be fixed to the casing from the inside using self
tapping screws.
If required, it is possible to fix the flue spigot sloping to the back by drilling out
blind rivets, turning the aluminium flue spigot 180° and securing it again with
pop-rivets.
Factory-done:
Flue spigot vertical
Flue spigot under 65°
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
2. FITTING THE INNER SHELL
Before assembly, check that the sealing cords of the flue spigot and glass are
still intact.
Unica 50 :
Hook the complete inner shell onto the hinge points at the top
Unica 70
left and right hand corner of the casing. Tilt the inner shell
Unica 100
backwards and secure it with two nuts.
Unica 52 :
Unica 65
Position the complete inner shell in the casing. Position the
inner shell by, first of all, fitting loosely the 4 insert nuts, so that
the inner shell is completely level against the front of the outer
casing.
Next, adjust the inner shell by means of adjustment bolts which
are located on the bottom left and right of the combustion
chamber.
The flue spigot of the inner shell has to be tightly fitted against
the top side of the outer casing. Tighten all 4 insert nuts
securely.
CHECK THAT THE SEALING CORD OF THE FLUE SPIGOT IS CORRECTLY
CONNECTED !
3. FITTING THE “CONTROL UNIT”
First of all, make the elctrical connection (when dismantled) on the connector on
the right-hand side. (Only applicable if the appliance is provided with a
convection fan.) While sliding the “control unit” underneath the inner shell,
secure the (light blue) plug connectors of the security system. For this purpose,
the wires need to be led outside, left along the inner shell, after which the plugs
have to be pushed on the thermocouple interrupter near the gas regulating
block. The “control unit” must be pushed into the inner shell as far as it will go.
Fit the thermostat sensor by means of the clip to the bottom plate.
Use 4 bolts to secure the “control unit” together with the glass support plate.
4. GAS AND ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
Use the supplied swivel to make the gas connection. Ensure that the gas
regulating block stays straight during the connection. Ensure that the gas
regulating block and pipework are not put under stress.
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UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
The mains electricity can now be restored to the wall socket.
(Only applicable if the appliance is provided with a convection fan.)
Check that all connections are completely gas tight using soapy water or a leak
tester. As a check, allow the fire to burn briefly (maximum 1 minute).
Following verification that there are no leaks, finish off building in the fire insert.
(See Chapter 1; Instructions for use.)
5 POSITIONING THE CERAMIC LOG SET
The appliance is delivered with a set of artificial wooden logs and vermiculite
(and/or embers: Unica 50 and Unica 100).
Important:
•
•
•
Do not place any vermiculite granules, embers or
logs against the pilot light burner. Make sure that
the pilot flame can burn at all times freely over the
main burner. Only in this way is proper ignition of
the main burner ensured.
The burner bed (with embers and/or vermiculite
granules) and the positioning of the logs must
not be changed.
Ignoring these directions could lead to a dangerous
situation.
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 50: POSITIONING THE CERAMIC LOG SET:
NATURAL GAS-APPLIANCE: Unica 50 N...
1. Carefully remove the embers (1x 125 gram) from the packaging and place
them evenly on and around the burner.
Note !
Small embers and their residue should not be scattered
on the burner. This can cause a blockage on the burner
orifices.
2. Distribute the vermiculite granules (1x 5 gram) evenly over the burner.
3. Place the logs on the burner according to figure 10.
Pilot light
Embers
Vermiculite granules
Embers and vermiculite granules must not
be placed next to the pilot light burner.
Make sure that the pilot flame can burn
freely over the main burner.
Figure 10:
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Log set UNICA 50
NATURAL GAS-appliance
Position of embers, vermiculite granules and logs on burner
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
PROPANE-APPLIANCE: Unica 50 P...
1. Carefully remove the embers (1x 125 gram) from the packaging and place
them evenly on and around the burner (not on the holes!). Please make sure
that all burner orifices (small holes) are kept unblocked !
Note !
Small embers and their residue should not be scattered
on the burner. This can cause a blockage on the burner
orifices.
2. Place the logs on the burner according to figure 11.
Pilot light
Embers
Embers must not
be placed on the
burner holes.
Embers must not be placed next to the pilot
light burner.
Make sure that the pilot flame can burn
freely over the main burner.
Figure 11:
Log set UNICA 50
PROPANE-appliance
Position of embers and logs on burner
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 52: POSITIONING THE CERAMIC LOG SET:
NATURAL GAS-APPLIANCE: Unica 52 N...
Evenly distribute the vermiculite granules over the burner. Place the rear log set;
no †, in the holder behind the burner. After that, position the 5 remaining logs;
no , ‚‚ ƒ, „ and …, with the “sharp” sides pointed downwards.
(See figure 12.)
PROPANE-APPLIANCE: Unica 52 P...
Positioning of the log set is the same as that detailed for natural gas with the
exception that vermiculite granules are not permitted and are therefore not
supplied with appliances that use propane.
Figure 12:
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Log set UNICA 52
NATURAL GAS and PROPANE- appliance
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
UNICA 65 / UNICA 70: POSITIONING THE CERAMIC LOG SET:
NATURAL GAS-APPLIANCE: Unica 65 N... / Unica 70 N...
Evenly distribute the vermiculite granules over the burner. Place the rear log set;
no †, in the holder behind the burner. After that, position the 5 remaining logs;
no , ‚‚ ƒ, „ and …, with the “sharp” sides pointed downwards.
(See figure 13.)
PROPANE-APPLIANCE: Unica 65 P... / Unica 70 P...
Positioning of the log set is the same as that detailed for natural gas with the
exception that vermiculite granules are not permitted and are therefore not
supplied with appliances that use propane.
Figure 13:
Log set UNICA 65 / UNICA 70
NATURAL GAS and PROPANE- appliance
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 100: POSITIONING THE CERAMIC LOG SET:
NATURAL GAS-APPLIANCE: Unica 100 N...
1. Carefully remove the embers (2 x125 gram) from the packaging and place
them evenly on the burner.
Note !
Small embers and their residue should not be scattered
on the burner. This can cause a blockage on the burner
orifices.
2. Place the two rear logs behind the burner with the carbon side to the front.
(See figure 14.)
3. Place the remaining logs according to figure 15.
Positioning the rear logs
The carbon side to the top
Embers must not be placed next to the pilot light burner.
Make sure that the pilot flame can burn freely over the main burner.
Figure 14:
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UNICA 100
NATURAL GAS-appliance
Position of embers on burner
UNICA 50
Figure 15:
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
UNICA 100
NATURAL GAS-appliance
Position of embers and logs on burner
PROPANE-APPLIANCE: Unica 100 P...
1. Carefully remove the embers (1 x125 gram) from the packaging and place
them evenly on and around the burner. Please make sure that all burner
orifices (small holes) are kept unblocked ! See figure 16.
Note !
Small embers and their residue should not be scattered
on the burner. This can cause a blockage on the burner
orifices.
2. Place the logs on the burner according to figure 17.
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
Positioning the rear logs
The carbon side to the top
Embers must not
be placed on the
burner holes.
Embers must not be placed next to the pilot light burner.
Make sure that the pilot flame can burn freely over the main burner.
Figure 16: UNICA 100
PROPANE-appliance
Position of embers on burner
Figure 17: UNICA 100
PROPANE-appliance
Position of embers and logs on burner
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UNICA 50
6.
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
FITTING THE FRONT, DOOR AND GLASS (WEAR PROTECTIVE
GLOVES !!!)
Unica 50 :
or Unica 70
Unica 100
First position the glass into the glass support plate at the bottom
the combustion chamber. Push the glass against the cord and
clip it on with three glass clips at the top.
CHECK THAT THE GLASS CONNECTS PROPERLY WITH
THE CORD.
Position the door by hooking in at the left and right top side and
by pushing in at the bottom.
Unica 52 :
Unica 65
First of all, check that the sealing cord on the front side of the
combustion chamber is still intact. After that, screw the front on
the combustion chamber.
After verification of the sealing cord in the door, the door can be
screwed to the front.
7. FITTING THE OPERATING HATCH(ES)
Unica 50:
Unica 70
Unica 100
Fit the operating hatch on the right-hand side of the opening.
Press the left hinge pin and position the hatch in the correct
position or tighten the left Phillips screw if there is one.
Unica 52 :
Unica 65
Fit the centre operating hatch by pushing it to the left in the
opening, after which it can be positioned at the right-hand side.
Push the right operating hatch to the right in the opening and
position at the left-hand side. Hook the left operating hatch in
the front.
THE APPLIANCE IS NOW READY FOR USE.
2.6
CHECKING THE APPLIANCE AFTER INSTALLATION
After installation, the installer needs to visually check the gas flames.
The installer should also verify, by using the appliance for the first time, after
10 minutes of operation, that there is no flue leakage.
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UNICA 100
3
MAINTENANCE
3.1
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
It is essential that the appliance, the chimney and the
burner air intake are cleaned and inspected annually
by a recognised fitter/gas specialist.
The safe operation of the appliance will thus remain
guaranteed.
Maintenance consists of the following:
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
l
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Remove first the embers and/or vermiculite granules and set of logs from the
main burner and carefully clean these with a soft brush.
Clean and inspect (visually) the main burner(s), pilot light, combustion
chamber, flue system and combustion air intake. Dust can be removed using
a vacuum cleaner.
After cleaning;
Carefully replace the embers and/or vermiculite granules and set of logs on
and around the main burner according to the installation directions in this
instruction booklet.
Do not place any embers, vermiculite granules or logs against the pilot
light burner. Make sure that the pilot flame can burn at all times freely
over the main burner. Only in this way is proper ignition of the main
burner ensured.
Ignoring these directions could lead to a dangerous situation.
Check the gas supply and flue pipe/chimney for any leaks.
Check the correct operation of the gas regulation block, thermocouple circuit
and the ignition of the main burner.
Check the gas inlet-pressure (both when the appliance is off and when it
burns at maximum) and the burner pressure.
Check the complete flue pipe/chimney, including the outlet on the roof.
Check the operation of the thermostatically controlled convection fans.
(if present.)
Check the operation of the thermal one-way protection safety system.
UNICA 50
4
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
FAULTS
Possible reasons for the gas fire going out are:
l
l
l
l
l
l
Operation of the thermal one-way protection safety system due to flue gas
escape.
Malfunction of the thermal one-way protection safety system.
Check by means of testing.
Insufficient gas pressure.
Pilot light is dirty.
Thermocouple voltage too low. This is usually caused by insufficient heating
at the tip of the thermocouple by the pilot light.
Dirty electrical contacts in the thermo-electric system, wiring and
connections of the thermal one-way protection safety system.
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UNICA 100
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
ELECTRICAL DIAGRAM
brown
blue
yellow/green
5
UNICA 70
brown
blue
yellow/green
brown
brown
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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Fanspeed controller convection-fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz
Convection-fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz
Thermostat “Clickson” set at ± 40° C
Earthed plug (with earth sleeve) 230 VAC
Cabel clamp
Connector
Earth connector
UNICA 50
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
6
DIMENSIONS
6.1
UNICA 50
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
Gas connection
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UNICA 100
6.2
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
525 (fixed frame)
(fixed frame)
Gas connection
40
UNICA 50
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
UNICA 65
(fixed frame)
(fixed frame)
6.3
UNICA 52
Gas connection
41
UNICA 100
6.4
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 70
(fixed frame)
(fixed frame)
Gas connection
42
Plateau
UNICA 50
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
UNICA 100
(fixed frame)
(fixed frame)
6.5
UNICA 52
Gas connection
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UNICA 100
7
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
TECHNICAL DETAILS / REGULATIONS
7.1 Technical details; NG; NATURAL GAS - GREAT BRITAIN / IRELAND
PG; PROPANE
- GREAT BRITAIN / IRELAND
National Installation Regulations:
Gas safety installation and use regulations 1984 plus
all relevant safety and building regulations concerning
fire installations
Model
: UNICA 50 NG
: UNICA 50 PG
Country
: GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland : GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland
Product identification no
Type of appliance under CE-norm
Category of appliance
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I2H, natural gas G20
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I3P, propane G31
Nominal heat input (nett calorific value)
Nominal heat output (max.)
Efficiency class
NOx class
: 6.4 kW
: 5.5 - 6.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
: 6.2 kW
: 4.6 - 5.2 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
Gas rate (max.)
Supply pressure
Burner pressure (max.) Hot
Burner pressure (max.) Cold
Burner pressure (min.)
: 0.68 m3s/hr.
: 20.0 mbar
: 12.0 mbar(*)
: 11.0 mbar(**)
: 2.5 mbar
: 480 gr/hr.
: 37.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 5.0 mbar
Gas regulator block (hand control)
Min. heatinput adj. screw:
- Thermostatic burner
- Manual burner
Gas regulator block (remote control)
: SIT 0.630.704
: SIT 0.630.704
: no 160 (= Ø1.60 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
: no 100 (= Ø1.00 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
Main burner
Primary air inlet main burner
: Barbas 242 x 122 (2 row)
: 8x Ø8.5 mm
Gas connection
Necessary air supply
Chimney connection
: Barbas 242 x 122 (2 row)
: 1x Ø8.5 mm +
2x Ø6.5 mm
: no 90
(= 7x Ø0.90 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 41
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316128 -120°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm
: 40 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
Batteries remote control
- Receiver
- Hand-transmitter
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
Electrical supply (***)
Electricity consumption (***)
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
Main burner orifice
Pilot burner
Pilot burner orifice
Security system (T.T.B.)
: no 140
(= 1x Ø1.40 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 30
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316128 -120°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm
: 40 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
(*) : When the appliance has reached its thermal equilibrium.
(**) : Burner at maximum. Appliance is cold.
(***) : When the appliance is equipped with a convection fan.
Temperature changes at surface: Entire front of the appliance, except the control panel.
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UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
Model
: UNICA 52 NG
Country
: GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland : GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland
Product identification no
Type of appliance under CE-norm
Category of appliance
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I2H, natural gas G20
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I3P, propane G31
Nominal heat input (nett calorific value)
Nominal heat output (max.)
Efficiency class
NOx class
: 6.9 kW
: 5.5 - 6.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
: 5.9 kW
: 4.7 - 5.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
Gas rate (max.)
Supply pressure
Burner pressure (max.) Hot
Burner pressure (max.) Cold
Burner pressure (min.)
: 0.72 m3s/hr.
: 20.0 mbar
: 14.6 mbar(*)
: 14.1 mbar(**)
: 3.8 mbar
: 460 gr/hr.
: 37.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 6.0 mbar
Gas regulator block (hand control)
Min. heatinput adj. screw:
- Thermostatic burner
- Manual burner
Gas regulator block (remote control)
: SIT 0.630.704
: SIT 0.630.704
: no 160 (= Ø1.60 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
: no 100 (= Ø1.00 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
Main burner
Primary air inlet main burner
Gas connection
Necessary air supply
Chimney connection
: Barbas 242 x 122 (2 row)
: 2x Ø8.5 mm +
1x Ø6.5 mm
: no 90
(= 7x Ø0.90 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 41
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316128 -120°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm
: 40 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
: Barbas 242 x 122 (2 row)
: 4x Ø8.5 mm +
3x Ø6.5 mm
: no 140
(= 1x Ø1.40 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 30
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316128 -120°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm
: 40 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
Batteries remote control
- Receiver
- Hand-transmitter
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
Electrical supply (***)
Electricity consumption (***)
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
Main burner orifice
Pilot burner
Pilot burner orifice
Security system (T.T.B.)
(*) :
(**) :
(***) :
: UNICA 52 PG
When the appliance has reached its thermal equilibrium.
Burner at maximum. Appliance is cold.
When the appliance is equipped with a convection fan.
Temperature changes at surface: Entire front of the appliance, except the control panel.
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UNICA 100
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
Model
:UNICA 65 NG
UNICA 70 NG
Country
: GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland : GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland
Product identification no
Type of appliance under CE-norm
Category of appliance
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I2H, natural gas G20
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I3P, propane G31
Nominal heat input (nett calorific value)
Nominal heat output (max.)
Efficiency class
NOx class
: 8.6 kW
: 7.0 - 8.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
: 7.9 kW
: 6.3 - 7.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
Gas rate (max.)
Supply pressure
Burner pressure (max.) Hot
Burner pressure (max.) Cold
Burner pressure (min.)
: 0.91 m3s/hr.
: 20.0 mbar
: 10.0 mbar(*)
: 9.0 mbar(**)
: 2.0 mbar
: 615 gr/hr.
: 37.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 7.5 mbar
Gas regulator block (hand control)
Min. heatinput adj. screw:
- Thermostatic burner
- Manual burner
Gas regulator block (remote control)
: SIT 0.630.704
: SIT 0.630.704
: no 160 (= Ø1.60 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
: no 130 (= Ø1.30 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
Main burner
Primary air inlet main burner
Gas connection
Necessary air supply
Chimney connection
: Barbas 360 x 122 (2 row)
: 4x Ø8.5 mm +
2x Ø6.5 mm
: no 115
(= 7x Ø1.15 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 41
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316190 -140°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm - Ø15 mm
: 50 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
: Barbas 360 x 122 (2 row)
: 4x Ø8.5 mm +
4x Ø6.5 mm
: no 160
(= 1x Ø1.60 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 30
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316190 -140°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm - Ø15 mm
: 50 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
Batteries remote control
- Receiver
- Hand-transmitter
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
Electrical supply
Electricity consumption
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
Main burner orifice
Pilot burner
Pilot burner orifice
Security system (T.T.B.)
:UNICA 65 PG
UNICA 70 PG
(*) : When the appliance has reached its thermal equilibrium.
(**) : Burner at maximum. Appliance is cold.
Temperature changes at surface: Entire front of the appliance, except the control panel.
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UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
Model
: UNICA 100 NG
Country
: GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland : GB; Great Britain / IE; Ireland
Product identification no
Type of appliance under CE-norm
Category of appliance
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I2H, natural gas G20
: 0063 AU 3899
: B11BS
: I3P, propane G31
Nominal heat input (nett calorific value)
Nominal heat output (max.)
Efficiency class
NOx class
: 10.5 kW
: 8.0 - 9.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
: 8.4 kW
: 6.3 - 7.0 kW
: 2 (80%)
:1
Gas rate (max.)
Supply pressure
Burner pressure (max.) Hot
Burner pressure (max.) Cold
Burner pressure (min.)
: 1.10 m3s/hr.
: 20.0 mbar
: 10.0 mbar(*)
: 9.0 mbar(**)
: 2.0 mbar
: 650 gr/hr.
: 37.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 29.0 mbar
: 7.5 mbar
Gas regulator block (hand control)
Min. heatinput adj. screw:
- Thermostatic burner
- Manual burner
Gas regulator block (remote control)
: SIT 0.630.704
: SIT 0.630.704
: no 160 (= Ø1.60 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
: no 130 (= Ø1.30 mm)
: standard
: Mertik GV 34
Main burner
Primary air inlet main burner
: Barbas 360x122 (2 row) HZ
: 8x Ø8.5 mm
Gas connection
Necessary air supply
Chimney connection
: Barbas 360x122 (2 row) HZ
: 4x Ø8.5 mm +
2x Ø6.5 mm
: no 320
(= 1x Ø3.20 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 51
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316190 -140°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm - Ø15 mm
: 60 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
Batteries remote control
- Receiver
- Hand-transmitter
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
: 4x 1.5V AA
: 1x 9V block
Electrical supply
Electricity consumption
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
: 230 VAC / 50 Hz
: 40 W / IP 20
Main burner orifice
Pilot burner
Pilot burner orifice
Security system (T.T.B.)
: UNICA 100 PG
: no 160
(= 1x Ø1.60 mm)
: SIT 0.160.022
: no 30
: Thermodisc type:
44T21-316190 -140°C
: 3/8” G / Ø12 mm - Ø15 mm
: 60 cm2
: Ø100 - Ø106 - Ø125 mm
(*) : When the appliance has reached its thermal equilibrium.
(**) : Burner at maximum. Appliance is cold.
Temperature changes at surface: Entire front of the appliance, except the control panel.
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UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
REPLACEMENT PARTS LIST
When requesting service or ordering replacement parts, please quote the model
type and serial number. All parts listed in this manual may be ordered from a
Barbas dealer.
8.1
UNICA 50
No
Part no
Description
1
2
3
4
5
302056
301965
302037
302041
301969
Gas regulator block, EuroSIT Plus 0.630.704
Piezo push-button
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.6 mm; natural gas
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.0 mm; propane
Nut + olive; Ø4 mm
6
7
8
9
302408
302409
302410
302411
Gas regulator block, Mertik GV 34
Hand-held transmitter (remote control)
Receiver with cable
Cable
10
Main burner natural gas G20
X
X
Main burner propane G31
X
X
12
13
305966
1xØ8,5+2xØ6,5
305967
8xØ8,5
301927
301937
Main burner injector natural gas; no 90
Main burner injector propane; no 140
X
X
X
X
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
302059
301207
301976
301977
302070
302060
301921
302053
301887
Pilot light set outer casing; SIT 0.160.022
Pilot light pipe; Ø4 mm; l = 340 mm
Pilot light olive; Ø4 mm
Pilot light nut; Ø4 mm
Pilot light electrode + cable; l = 500 mm
Pilot light injector, natural gas; no 41
Pilot light injector, propane; no 30
Thermocouple M10 - 600 mm - th.c.i.
Security system T.T.B. 120°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
23
322133
Glass Unica 50; 483 x 321 x 4 mm
X
X
24
25
26
302156
302173
302154
Convection fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Fanspeed controller 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Clickson
X
X
X
X
X
X
11
48
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
No
Part no
Description
27
28
29
30
31
301617
301595
301592
301607
301614
32
33
34
301669
322372
301863
35
301839
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
Hand
control
Remote
control
Black fibre glass cord Ø10 mm; l = 2000 mm
Fibre glass tape 20 x 6 mm; l = 360 mm
Fibre glass tape 15 x 3 mm; l = 1300 mm
Black fibre glass cord Ø6 mm; l = 1950 mm
Black fibre glass tape 10x2 mm; l = 290 mm
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Tube ceramic glue
Log set Unica 50, natural gas and propane; 5-parts
Embers (125 gram)
natural gas and propane; 1x 125 gram
Vermiculite granules (± 5 gram) natural gas
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
49
UNICA 100
8.2
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
No
Part no
Description
1
2
3
4
5
302056
301965
302037
302041
301969
Gas regulator block, EuroSIT Plus 0.630.704
Piezo push-button
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.6 mm; natural gas
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.0 mm; propane
Nut + olive; Ø4 mm
6
7
8
9
302408
302409
302410
302411
Gas regulator block, Mertik GV 34
Hand-held transmitter (remote control)
Receiver with cable
Cable
10
Main burner natural gas G20
X
X
Main burner propane G31
X
X
12
13
305966
2xØ8,5+1xØ6,5
305967
4xØ8,5+3xØ6,5
301927
301937
Main burner injector natural gas; no 90
Main burner injector propane; no 140
X
X
X
X
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
302059
301207
301976
301977
302070
302060
301921
302053
301887
Pilot light set outer casing; SIT 0.160.022
Pilot light pipe; Ø4 mm; l = 340 mm
Pilot light olive; Ø4 mm
Pilot light nut; Ø4 mm
Pilot light electrode + cable; l = 500 mm
Pilot light injector, natural gas; no 41
Pilot light injector, propane; no 30
Thermocouple M10 - 600 mm - th.c.i.
Security system T.T.B. 120°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
23
24
301446
301447
Glass Unica 52; centre 312,4x284x4 mm
Glass Unica 52; L/R 137,0x284x4 mm
X
X
X
X
25
26
27
302156
302173
302154
Convection fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Fanspeed controller 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Clickson
X
X
X
X
X
X
28
29
30
31
32
301617
301595
301592
301607
301614
Black fibre glass cord Ø10 mm; l = 2000 mm
Fibre glass tape 20 x 6 mm; l = 360 mm
Fibre glass tape 15 x 3 mm; l = 1300 mm
Black fibre glass cord Ø6 mm; l = 1950 mm
Black fibre glass tape 10x2 mm; l = 290 mm
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
11
50
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
No
Part no
Description
33
34
35
301669
301845
301839
Tube ceramic glue
Log set Unica 52, natural gas and propane
Vermiculite granules (± 5 gram)
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
X
X
X
X
51
UNICA 100
8.3
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 65 / UNICA 70
No
Part no
Description
1
2
3
4
5
302056
301965
302037
301967
301969
Gas regulator block, EuroSIT Plus 0.630.704
Piezo push-button
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.6 mm; natural gas
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.3 mm; propane
Nut + olive; Ø4 mm
6
7
8
9
302408
302409
302410
302411
Gas regulator block, Mertik GV 34
Hand-held transmitter (remote control)
Receiver with cable
Cable
10
Main burner natural gas G20
X
X
Main burner propane G31
X
X
12
13
305698
4xØ8,5+2xØ6,5
305699
4xØ8,5+4xØ6,5
301932
301897
Main burner injector natural gas; no 115
Main burner injector propane; no 160
X
X
X
X
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
302059
301207
301976
301977
302070
302060
301921
302053
301896
Pilot light set outer casing; SIT 0.160.022
Pilot light pipe; Ø4 mm; l = 340 mm
Pilot light olive; Ø4 mm
Pilot light nut;; Ø4 mm
Pilot light electrode + cable; l = 500 mm
Pilot light injector, natural gas; no 41
Pilot light injector, propane; no 30
Thermocouple M10 - 600 mm - th.c.i.
Security system T.T.B. 140°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
23
24
25
301385
301436
301437
Glass Unica 70; 632 x 340 x 4 mm
Glass Unica 65; centre 393x333x4 mm
Glass Unica 65; L/R 166 x 333 x 4 mm
X
X
X
X
X
X
26
27
28
302155
302170
302154
Convection fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Fanspeed controller 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Clickson
X
X
X
X
X
X
29
30
301595
301592
X
X
X
X
31
301608
Fibre glass tape 20 x 6 mm; l = 360 mm
Fibre glass tape 15 x 3 mm; l = 1510 mm
(Unica 65)
Black fibre glass cord Ø8 mm; l = 1500 mm
(Unica 70)
X
X
11
52
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
No
Part no
Description
32
301607
33
34
35
36
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
301614
Black fibre glass cord Ø6 mm; l = 2220 mm
(Unica 65)
Black fibre glass tape 10 x 2 mm; l = 375 mm
X
X
301669
301844
301839
Tube ceramic glue
Log set Unica 65/Unica 70, natural gas and propane
Vermiculite granules (± 10 gram)
X
X
X
X
X
X
53
UNICA 100
8.4
UNICA 70
UNICA 65
UNICA 52
UNICA 50
UNICA 100
No
Part no
Description
1
2
3
4
5
302056
301965
302037
301967
301969
Gas regulator block, EuroSIT Plus 0.630.704
Piezo push-button
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.6 mm; natural gas
Minimal heatinput adj. screw 1.3 mm; propane
Nut + olive; Ø4 mm
6
7
8
9
302408
302409
302410
302411
Gas regulator block, Mertik GV 34
Hand-held transmitter (remote control)
Receiver with cable
Cable
10
Main burner natural gas G20
X
X
Main burner propane G31
X
X
12
13
305698
4xØ8,5+2xØ6,5
306330
8xØ8,5
301939
301897
Main burner injector natural gas; no 320
Main burner injector propane; no 160
X
X
X
X
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
302059
301207
301976
301977
302070
301974
301921
302053
301896
Pilot light set outer casing; SIT 0.160.022
Pilot light pipe; Ø4 mm; l = 340 mm
Pilot light olive; Ø4 mm
Pilot light nut; Ø4 mm
Pilot light electrode + cable; l = 500 mm
Pilot light injector, natural gas; no 51
Pilot light injector, propane; no 30
Thermocouple M10 - 600 mm - th.c.i.
Security system T.T.B. 140°C
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
23
301388
Glass Unica 100; 635x442x4 mm + Logo
X
X
24
25
26
302155
302170
302154
Convection fan 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Fanspeed controller 230 VAC / 50 Hz.
Clickson
X
X
X
X
X
X
27
301608
X
X
28
29
301595
301614
Black fibre glass cord Ø8 mm; l = 2000 mm
(Unica 100)
Fibre glass tape 20 x 6 mm; l = 360 mm
Black fibre glass tape 10 x 2 mm; l = 375 mm
X
X
X
X
30
31
301669
301865
X
X
X
X
32
301863
Tube ceramic glue
Log set Unica 100, natural gas and
propane; 6-parts
Embers (125 gram), natural gas; 2x125 gram
propane; 1x125 gram
X
X
X
X
11
54
Hand
control
Remote
control
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
UNICA 50
UNICA 52
UNICA 65
UNICA 70
UNICA 100
55
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