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HENLEY
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Henley Druid 30kW
Boiler Stove Installation and Operating Instructions
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EN13240
Approved
Please hand these instructions to the stove user when the installation is complete.
Leave the stove ready for operation and instruct the user in the correct use of
the appliance and operation of controls.
Important: - This product must be installed by a suitably qualified installer.
PLEASE READ ALL THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY!
For safety reasons it is essential that your stove is correctly installed and operated. Henley Stoves cannot
accept responsibility for any fault or consequential problems arising through incorrect installation or operation.
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Technical Specification
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All sizes are correct at time of publish but are subject to change without prior notice. Pleae ensure you confrim all measurements before commencing any installation works.
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500mm Minimum
225mm Minimum
150mm Appliance
Minimum
12mm
Decorative Hearth
150mm Min
125mm
150mm Min
Constructional Hearth
840mm Minimum
840mm Minimum
Change in level to
mark safe perimeter
A
At or within 600mm of the ridge
At least 600mm above ridge
B
At least 2300mm horizontally from the nearest point on the weather surface and:
a) at least 1000mk above highest point of interaction of the chimney with and
the weather surface; or
b) at least as high as the ridge
C
At least 1000mm above the top of the opening
D
Within 2300mm of an adjoining or adjacent building, whether or
not beyond the boundary (Note 3)
At least 600mm above any part of the adjacent of the building with 2300mm
Option 1 - Flue out the rear of stove
Option 2 - Flue out the top of stove
Place collar at rear of stove
Place collar at top of stove
Seal rear outlet
with plate provided
Seal top outlet
with plate provided
8” clay lined chimney
Straight Pipe
Fill with vermiculite
6” Flexi Flue Liner all the
way to teh top of the chimney
45 degree Pipe
with door
8” clay lined chimney
Reducer
Pipe Door
Fireplace
Straight Pipe
Collar sealed with
fire cement
600mm Straight Pipe
(Max 1000mm)
Collar sealed with
fire cement
45 degree T Pipe
Straight Pipe
Max 150mm
Cap
Ensure you comply with all Building Regulations when installing your appliance.
Ensure you comply with all Building Regulations when installing y
Central Heating and Domestic Hot Water System using four boiler tapings.
22mm Open Vent
Feed and Expansion Tank
Cold Water Tank
Radiators
Indirect Hot
Water Tank
Domestic Hot Water
Gravity Radiator
Pipe Stat
Gravity Flow
28mm Pipe
Drain Cock
Radiators
Gravity Return
28mm Pipe
Central Heating Return 22mm Pipe
Circulating Pump
Drain Cock at
Lowest Point
Central Heating and Domestic Hot Water System using three boiler tapings.
Injector Tee
Domestic Hot Water
Return 28mm Pipe
Central Heating
Return
Common Return to
Boiler 28mm Pipe
Feed and
Expansion Tank
22mm Open Vents
Cold Water Tank
Radiators
Gravity
Radiator
Indirect Hot
Water Tank
Pipe Stat
Radiators
Circulating Pump
Garvity Return
28mm Pipe
Circulating Pump
Injector Tee
Gravity Flow
28mm Pipe
Drain Cock at Lowest Point
Drain Cock
Central Heating Without Domestic Hot Water System using four boiler tapings.
22mm Open Vent
Feed and Expansion Tank
Radiators
Gravity Flow
28mm Pipe
Gravity Radiator
Pipe Stat
Radiators
Gravity Return
28mm Pipe
Central Heating Return 22mm Pipe
Circulating Pump
Drain Cock at
Lowest Point
Central Heating Without Domestic Hot Water System using three boiler tapings.
Injector Tee
Domestic Hot Water
Return 28mm Pipe
Central Heating
Return
Common Return to
Boiler 28mm Pipe
Feed and
Expansion Tank
22mm Open Vents
Radiators
Gravity
Radiator
Pipe Stat
Radiators
Circulating Pump
Garvity Return
28mm Pipe
Circulating Pump
Injector Tee
Gravity Flow
28mm Pipe
Drain Cock at Lowest Point
Move lever to the right position to open the secondary air
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Turn wheels anti-clockwise to
open the primary air
Mose lewc to the left posltioo to close the
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Turn wheels clockwise to
close the primary air
Thermostat
The Henley Druid 30 has 2 air vents which allow air into the stove to help ingite the fire in your stove and also has a Thermostat.
The Thermostat, also known as a Thermostatically Controlled Damper Valve, regulates the temperature of the stove by controlling the primary
air intake. The final temperature is affected by the outside temperature as well as a number of other factors, so fine tuning may take a bit of
trial and error.
To set the thermostat, select the desired level (on a scale from 1 to 8). 1 being a lower temperature and 8 being the higher.
So when lighting the fire from cold, the thermostat is open to let the maximum amount of air in. As the stove gets hotter, the thermostat will
close, reducing the amount of air. The effect of this is to keep the stove running at a stable temperature.
To raise the temperature of the stove, turn the know to a higher setting, to reduce the temperature, turn the knob to a lower setting.
Set the diial to your
desired temperature
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Maintenance
Stove Finish (Paint)
The outside of the stove is finished in a durable high temperature paint. It is best cleaned by brushing down with a soft brush. Do not allow
water to remain on the surface when cold or rust may occur. The high temperature paint finish should not require attention for some time,
depending on use. The hotter the fire is burned the sooner repainting will be necessary. Aerosol tins of paint are available for complete
refurbishing. Before repainting make sure the stove is out and cold
• Remove door glass
• Lightly wire brush and rub with wire wool the body of the appliance to remove any loose paint powder.
• Mask or remove items such as brass work
• Adjacent brickwork, mantelpiece, hearth etc., should be carefully masked for quite a distance around the appliance. (this precaution is to
prevent the discolouration of the surrounding brickwork, wallpaper etc).
• Re-spray in a well ventilated area, avoid breathing the vapour. Refer to the safety instructions on the paint can.
• When paint is dry refit door glass and any other parts previously removed.
• Leave to dry for 8 hours and refit the door glass etc.
• Burn slowly for the first 4 hours, then build up heat gradually to cure the paint.
Note: Use only genuine Henley Stoves spray paint as some paints interact and spoil the stove finish and invalidate the warranty.
Register online at http://www.henleystoves.com/info/warranty-registration
Chimney Fire and Over Firing
DO NOT over fire your appliance. Over firing your stove will cause the paint to peel off your stove and is not covered in our warranty. Using
any flammable liquids, or too much fuel, or firing the stove at maximum for prolonged periods may result in over firing. If the chimney
connector or casing starts to glow red, the appliance is being over-fired. This may result in a chimney fire,
If this occurs
• Call the Fire Service - Dial 999 or 112
• Immediately close all of the air inlets to the appliance to reduce the air supply to the fire
• Move items of furniture and combustibles away from the stove to reduce the risk of a fire, and allow access for the fire service.
• Ensure access to the loft space is available
• Evacuate the property
NOTE: The Chimney fire may have caused structural damage to the chimney. Do not use the stove again until the stove, chimney and
connector have been inspected, and any damage parts have been repaired or replaced. This work should only be carried out by a HETAS
registered engineer.
Seasonal Use
Remove the baffle and inspect the inside of the stove and the flue ways and ensure they are 100% clear after a period of disuse, for
example if the stove is not used during the warmer periods of the year. Also set the air controls half open to keep the appliance ventilated
and stop the build-up of any moisture inside.
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