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INSTALLATIEVOORSCHRIFTEN EN GEBRUIKSAANWIJZING
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS AND OPERATING MANUAL
INSTALLATION ET MODE D’EMPLOI
EINBAUANLEITUNG UND GEBRAUCHSANWEISUNG
INSTRUCCIONES DE INSTALACIÓN Y USO
ISTRUZIONI PER L'INSTALLAZIONE E L'USO
HOUTKACHEL
WOOD STOVE
POELE A BOIS
HOLZ-FEUERSTÄTTE
ESTUFA DE LEÑA
STUFA A LEGNA
Vintage 50-35-30
03.27681.200 - 02/2012
Table of contents
Introduction
3
Declaration of conformity
3
Safety
4
Installation requirements
4
General
Flue or chimney
Ventilation of the area
Floor and walls
Product description
4
4
5
6
6
Installation
General preparation
Door lock
Preparing the connection to chimney
Preparing the connection to the outside air
Installing and connecting
Use
First use
Fuel
Lighting
Burning wood
Controlling the air
Extinguishing the fire
Removing ashes
Fog and mist
Solving problems
Maintenance
Chimney
Cleaning and other regular maintenance
activities
2
6
6
8
8
9
10
10
10
11
11
12
13
13
13
14
14
14
14
14
Appendix 1: Technical data
19
Appendix 2: Measurements
20
Appendix 3: Distance from combustible
material
23
Appendix 4: Diagnostic diagram
26
Index
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Subject to change because of technical improvements
Introduction
Dear user,
In buying this DOVRE heating appliance, you have
chosen a high quality product. This product is part of a
new generation of energy saving and environmentally
friendly heating appliances. These appliances make
optimal use of convection heat as well as thermal
radiation (radiant heat).
Your DOVRE appliance has been manufactured
with state-of-the-art production equipment. In the
unlikely event of a malfunction, you can always
rely on DOVRE for support and service.
Declaration of
conformity
Notified body: 1625
The undersigned
The appliance is not to be modified; always use
original parts.
The appliance is intended for use in a living room. It
must be connected hermetically to a wellfunctioning chimney.
We advise you to let an authorized and competent
installation company install the appliance.
DOVRE cannot be held liable for any problems or
damage resulting from incorrect installation.
Observe the following safety rules when installing
and using the appliance.
Dovre nv, Nijverheidsstraat 18 B-2381 Weelde hereby
declares
that Vintage 50, Vintage 35 and Vintage 30 wood
stove have been produced in accordance with EN
13240.
Weelde 19-01-2011
In this manual, you can read how the DOVRE heating
appliance can be installed, used and maintained
safely. Should you require additional information or
technical data, or should you experience an
installation problem, please contact your supplier first.
© 2012 DOVRE NV
Due to continuous product improvement,
specifications of the appliance supplied may vary
from the description in this brochure without prior
notice.
DOVRE N.V.
Nijverheidsstraat 18
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Tel: +32 (0) 14 65 91 91
B-2381 Weelde
Fax: +32 (0) 14 65 90 09
Belgium
E-mail: info@dovre.be
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Safety
Please note: All safety regulations must be
complied with strictly.
Carefully read the instructions for installation,
use and maintenance before you start using
the appliance.
The appliance must be installed in accordance
with the laws and requirements of your
country.
All local regulations and the regulations relating
to national and European standards must be
observed when installing the appliance.
Make sure there is adequate ventilation in the
room where the appliance is installed. The
combustion will be incomplete in case of
insufficient ventilation, which results in toxic
gases being produced and spread through the
room. See the chapter "Installation
requirements" for more information on
ventilation.
Installation
requirements
General
Read the instructions for installation, use and
maintenance supplied with the appliance.
The appliance must be connected tightly to a wellfunctioning chimney.
It is preferable to have the appliance installed
by an authorized and competent installation
company. They will be aware of the applicable
regulations and requirements.
For the connection measurements: see the
appendix "Technical data".
The appliance is designed for heating
purposes. All surfaces, including the glass and
the connecting tube, can get very hot (over
100°C)! For operation, use a so-called "cold
hand" or an oven glove.
Don't place any curtains, clothes, laundry or
other combustible materials on or near the
appliance.
Don't use flammable or explosive substances
near the appliance when it is in use.
Avoid a chimney fire by having the chimney
swept regularly. Never burn wood with an open
door.
In the case of a chimney fire: close all air inlets
of the appliance and alert the fire brigade.
If the glass in the appliance is broken or
cracked, it must be replaced before you can
use the appliance again.
Ask the fire brigade and/or your insurance
company about any specific requirements and
regulations.
Flue or chimney
The flue or chimney is needed for:
Disposing of the combustion gases through natural
draught.
The warm air in the flue or chimney is lighter
than the outside air so it rises.
The intake of air, needed for the combustion of fuel
in the appliance.
A poorly functioning flue or chimney can cause smoke
to escape into the room when the door is opened.
Damage caused by smoke emissions into the room is
not covered by the warranty.
Do not connect multiple appliances (such as a
boiler for central heating) to the same flue,
unless local or national regulations allow this.
Ask your installer for advice regarding the flue. Refer
to the European norm EN13384 for a correct
calculation for the flue.
The flue must satisfy the following requirements:
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The flue or chimney must be made of fire resistant
material, preferably ceramics or stainless steel.
The flue or chimney must be airtight and well
cleaned and guarantee sufficient draught.
A draught/vaccuum of 15 - 20 Pa during normal
operation is ideal.
Starting from the flue spigot, the flue must run as
vertically as possible. Changes in direction and
horizontal pieces disrupt the outward flow of
combustion gases and may cause the deposit of
soot.
The interior measurements should not be too big, to
prevent the combustion gases from cooling down
too much, thereby reducing the draught.
The flue or chimney must ideally have the same
diameter as the connection collar.
For the nominal diameter: see the appendix
"Technical data". If the smoke channel is well
insulated, the diameter may be slightly bigger
(up to 2x the section of the connection collar).
The section (area ) of the smoke channel must be
constant. Wider segments and (in particular)
narrower segments disrupt the outward flow of
combustion gases.
When using a cover plate or exhaust hood : make
sure that the cover does not restrict the flue outlet
and that the cap does not impede the outward flow
of combustion gases.
The chimney must end in a zone that is not
affected by surrounding buildings, adjacent trees or
other obstacles.
The chimney part outside the house must be
insulated.
The chimney must be at least 4 metres high.
As a rule of thumb: 60 cm above the ridge of the
roof.
Ventilation of the area
For good combustion, the appliance needs air
(oxygen). That air is supplied via adjustable air inlets
from the area where the appliance is installed.
The combustion will be incomplete in case of
insufficient ventilation, which results in toxic
gases being produced and spread through the
area.
As a rule of thumb, the air supply should be
5.5 cm²/kW. Extra ventilation is needed when:
The appliance is in an area that is well insulated.
There is mechanical ventilation, for example a
central extraction system or an extraction hood in
an open kitchen.
You can provide extra ventilation by having a
ventilation louvre installed in the outside wall.
Make sure that other air consuming appliances (such
as tumble-driers, other heating appliances or a bath
room fan) have their own supply of outside air, or are
switched off when you use the appliance.
You can also connect the appliance to a supply
of outside air. For this purpose, a connecting
kit has been included. Extra ventilation is not
needed in that case.
If the ridge of the roof is more than 3 metres away
from the flue: stick to the measurements in the
following figure. A = the highest point of the roof
within a distance of 3 metres.
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Floor and walls
Product description
The floor on which the appliance is placed must have
sufficient load bearing capacity. For the appliance
weight: see the appendix "Technical data".
Protect a flammable floor from heat radiation
by means of a fireproof protective plate. See
the appendix "Distance from combustible
material".
Remove combustible material such as
linoleum, carpets/rugs and similar materials
below the fireproof protective plate.
Keep enough distance between the appliance
and combustible materials such as wooden
walls and furniture.
The connecting tube radiates heat too. Ensure
that there is sufficient distance or a shield
between the connecting tube and combustible
material.
The rule of thumb for a single-walled tube is a
distance of 3x the diameter. If a lining shell is
fitted around the tube, a distance of 1x the
diameter is permissible.
Carpets and rugs must be at least 80 cm away
from the fire.
Protect a flammable floor from possible falling
ash in front of the fire with the aid of a fireproof
protective plate. The protective plate must
comply with national standards.
For the dimensions of the fireproof protective
plate: see the appendix "Distance from
combustible material".
For further requirements in connection with fire
safety: see the appendix "Distance from
combustible material".
1. Top plate
2. Latch button
3. Bottom of the fire compartment
4. Door
5. Secondary air slide
6. Leg
7. Primary air slide
Installation
General preparation
Please check the appliance for damage caused
during transport or any other damage or defects
immediately after delivery. The appliance is
attached to the pallet with screws at the bottom.
If you detect damage caused during transport
or any other damage or defects, do not use the
appliance and notify the supplier.
Remove the removable parts (fire-resistant inner
plates, fire grate, top plate, ash pan) from the
appliance before you start installing the appliance.
By removing removable parts, it is easier to
move the appliance and to avoid damage.
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b. Now, lift the baffle plate on the left-hand side
and remove the left-hand inner plate 1 first.
Note the location of those removable parts, so
that you have no difficulties in installing the
parts in the right place later on.
c. Then remove baffle plate 3 followed by inner
plates 7, 8, 9, 2 etc.
Cast iron inner plates protect the
combustion chamber and dissipate heat to
the environment.
1. Open the door; see the following figure.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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2. Remove the fire-resistant inner plates; see the
following figure.
The following tips may help in the removal of the
inner plates:
a. Lift baffle plate 3 on the front and pull it
forwards by 2 cm.
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Removable internal sections
left-hand side inner plate
right-hand side inner plate
baffle plate
centre bottom of the fire
compartment
bottom fire basket
not for Vintage 30
top fire basket
left-hand rear inner plate not for Vintage 30
centre rear inner plate
not for Vintage 30
right-hand rear inner plate not for Vintage 30
left-hand bottom of the fire
not for Vintage 30
compartment
rear bottom of the fire
not for Vintage 30
compartment
right-hand bottom of the
not for Vintage 30
fire compartment
ash removal port
not for Vintage 30
3. Remove the ashtray.
Please note: the Vintage 30 does not have an
ashtray.
4. Install the adjustable feet under the legs, see
figure. When used on a slippery floor surface, it is
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recommended that a rubber mat is used under the
legs.
4. Place the latch button into the latch retainer, see
figure.
Door lock
The appliance is supplied with the latch button
installed. You can decide to use the latch button as a
"cold hand".
1. Loosen nut (2) slightly and loosen the set screw
(3) until the latch button is released.
Preparing the connection to
chimney
When connecting the appliance to a chimney, you can
choose the top or rear of the appliance.
When the appliance is delivered, the
connection on the rear is left open.
2. Re-tighten nut (2).
3. Install the latch retainer on the base, see figure.
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Plug the outlet that you don't want to use with the
corresponding cover that was supplied.
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Install the corresponding connection collar that
was supplied on the outlet that you want to use.
6. Install the cover to the back wall with the
materials.
Sealant and materials are supplied.
Connecting to the rear
1. Apply supplied fibre glass sealing tape of 10x3mm
to the contact surface of the connection collar.
2. Install the connection collar to the back wall with
the materials.
Preparing the connection to
the outside air
Connect to top
1. Remove the top plate.
The top plate can be taken off the appliance
just like that.
2. Remove the decorative cover (12) from the top
plate.
3. Remove the cover (10) from the inner top plate.
4. Apply sealing tape measuring 10 x 3mm to the
contact surface of the connection collar.
5. Install the connection collar to the inner top plate
with the materials.
Subject to change because of technical improvements
If the appliance is installed in a room without sufficient
ventilation, you can install the connecting kit on the
appliance (supplied with the appliance) for the supply
of outside air. Some of the air inlets on the appliance
must then be plugged with the blanking material
provided.
The air supply tube has a diameter of 100mm. If the
tube is smooth, it may be no longer than 12m. If
accessories such as bends are used, the maximum
length (12 m) must be reduced by 1 m for each
accessory used.
Outside air connection via the floor
1. Make an opening in the floor (see Appendix 2,
Measurements, for the correct position of the
opening).
2. Hermetically close the air supply tube at the floor.
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3. Install the connection collar on the bottom plate
and close the rear wall with the cover.
The guard is no 3 on the diagram.
Installing and connecting
1. Install the appliance in the right place, and make
sure it is level.
Connection to outside air via the
rear of the appliance:
1. Make an opening in the wall (see Appendix 2,
Measurements, for the correct position of the
opening).
2. Hermetically close the air connection tube at the
wall.
3. Install the connection collar on the back wall and
close the opening in the bottom plate with the
cover.
The guard is no 4 on the diagram.
2. Connect the appliance hermetically to the flue.
3. In the case of connection to outside air: connect
the outside air supply to the connector you have
fitted to the appliance.
4. Install all the parts you removed in the right places
in the appliance.
Never use the appliance without the fireresistant inner sheets.
The appliance is now ready for use.
Use
First use
When you use the appliance for the first time, make
an intense fire and keep it going for a good few hours.
This will cure the heat-resistant paint finish. This may
result in some smoke and odours. You could open
windows and doors for a while in the area where the
appliance is located.
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Fuel
instead of up the chimney. By lighting the fire in the
way described here, you can avoid this problem.
This appliance is only suitable for the burning of
natural wood; sawn and chopped wood that is
sufficiently dry.
1. Stack two layers of medium sized logs crosswise.
Do not use other fuels, as they can lead to serious
damage to the appliance.
You are not allowed to use the following fuels, as they
pollute the environment and because they heavily soil
the appliance and flue, which may lead to a chimney
fire:
2. Stack two layers of kindling crosswise on top of
the logs.
3. Place a firelighter cube in the lower layer of
kindling and light the cube according to the
instructions on the packaging.
Treated wood, such as scrap wood, painted wood,
impregnated wood, preserved wood, plywood and
chipboard.
Plastics, scrap paper and domestic waste.
Wood
Hardwood, such as from oaks, beeches, birches
and fruit trees, is the ideal fuel for your stove. This
type of wood burns slowly with calm flames.
Softwood contains more resins, burns faster and
gives off more sparks.
Use dried wood that contains no more than 20%
moisture. The wood must have dried for at least 2
years.
Saw the wood to size and split it when it is still
fresh. Fresh wood is easier to split, and split wood
dries more easily. Store the wood under a roof
where the wind has wind free access.
Do not use damp wood. Damp logs do not produce
heat as all of the energy is used in the evaporation
of the moisture. This will result in a lot of smoke
and soot deposits on the door of the appliance and
in the chimney. The water vapour will condense in
the appliance and can leak away through chinks in
the appliance, causing black stains on the floor. It
may also condense in the chimney and form
creosote. Creosote is a highly flammable
compound and may cause a chimney fire.
4. Close the door of the appliance and open the
primary air inlet and the secondary air inlet of the
appliance; see the following figure.
5. Let this fire develop into a good blaze until there is
glowing bed of charcoal. You can then add fuel
and adjust the appliance, see the chapter "Stoking
with wood".
Lighting
You can check whether the flue has enough draught
by lighting a ball of paper above the baffle plate. A cold
flue often does not have enough draught and
consequently, some smoke may escape into the room
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1. Slowly open the door of the appliance.
2. Spread out the charcoal bed evenly across the
bottom of the fire compartment.
3. Stack a few logs on the charcoal bed.
Open stacking
Primary air slide
If the logs are stacked openly, the wood will burn
quickly as the oxygen can reach each log easily. If
you want to use the stove for a short while, make an
open stack.
Compact stacking
Secondary air slide
Burning wood
After you have followed the instructions for lighting :
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If the logs are stacked tightly, the wood will burn more
slowly as the oxygen can only reach some logs
easily. If you want to burn wood for a longer period,
make a compact stack.
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4. Close the door of the appliance.
5. Close the primary air inlet and leave the secondary
air inlet open.
Fill the appliance up to one third capacity.
Controlling the air
The appliance has various features for the air control
(see figure).
temperature in the chimney increases
suddenly and steeply. Therefore it is
necessary for the fire to regularly burn very
intensely, so that layers of tar and creosote
disappear.
Low intensity fires also cause tar deposits on
the stove window and door.
When the outside temperature is not very low,
it is better to burn wood intensely for a few
hours instead of having a low intensity fire for a
long period of time.
Control the air supply with the secondary air inlet.
The secondary air inlet not only supplies air to
the fire but to the glass as well, so that it does
not get dirty so quickly.
Open the primary air inlet for the time being if the air
supply by the secondary air inlet is inadequate or if
you want to fan the fire.
It is better to add a small amount of logs regularly
than to add many logs at the same time.
Extinguishing the fire
Do not add fuel and just let the fire go out. If a fire is
damped down by reducing the supply of air, harmful
substances will be produced and released. Therefore,
let the fire go out naturally. Keep an eye on the fire
until it has gone out. When the fire has died
completely, all air inlets can be closed.
The primary air slide controls the air flow under the
grille (1).
The secondary air slide controls the air flow for the
glass and the vents in the back wall (2).
The baffle plate has permanent vents (3) that allow for
post-combustion.
Advice
Never burn wood with an open door.
Regularly burn wood with intense roaring fires.
Removing ashes
After the wood has been burnt, a relatively small
amount of ashes is left over. This bed of ashes is a
good insulating layer for the bottom of the fire
compartment and improves combustion. Therefore,
you can leave a thin layer of ashes on the bottom of
the fire compartment.
However, the air supply through the bottom of the fire
compartment must not be impeded and no ash should
be allowed to accumulate behind a cast iron inner
plate. Therefore, remove any excess ash frequently.
If you frequently have low intensity fires, tar
and creosote may be deposited in the chimney
. Tar and creosote are highly combustible
substances. Thicker layers of these
substances might catch fire when the
Subject to change because of technical improvements
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Maintenance
Follow the maintenance instructions in this chapter to
keep the appliance in good condition.
Chimney
In many countries, people are legally required to have
their chimney checked and maintained.
At the beginning of the heating season: have the
chimney swept by an expert.
During the heating season and after the chimney
has not been used for a long time: have the
chimney checked for soot deposits.
After the heating season: seal off the chimney with
a ball of paper.
1. Open the door of the appliance.
2. Use the scraper to open the ash removal port in
the bottom of the fire compartment (1).
3. Using the scraper, sweep the excess ash (2)
through the ash removal port into the ash pan
underneath.
4. Close the ash removal port.
5. Remove the ash pan (3) using the glove provided
and empty the ash pan.
6. Install the ash pan and close the appliance door.
Cleaning and other regular
maintenance activities
Do not clean the appliance when it is still
warm.
Clean the exterior of the appliance with a dry lintfree cloth.
At the end of the heating season, you can clean the
interior of the appliance thoroughly:
If necessary, first remove the fire-resistant inner
plates. See the chapter "Installation" for
instructions on removing and installing the inner
plates.
Comment: The Vintage 30 has no ashtray. Remove
the ash with the aid of a spoon or use an "ash clean
system" on the vacuum cleaner.
If necessary, clean the air supply ducts. Remove
the top plate to this end. The top plate lies loosely
on the appliance.
Fog and mist
If required, remove the baffle plate at the top of the
appliance and clean it.
Fog and mist hinder the flow of flue gases through the
flue. Smoke can blow back and cause a stench. If it is
not strictly necessary, it is better not to use the stove
in foggy and misty weather.
Solving problems
Refer to the appendix "Diagnostic diagram" to solve
any problems in using the appliance.
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Checking fire-resistant inner plates
The fire-resistant inner plates are consumables and
subject to wear . Check the fire-resistant inner plates
frequently and replace them when necessary.
See the chapter "Installation" for instructions on
removing and installing the inner plates.
Subject to change because of technical improvements
The insulating vermiculite inner plates may
develop hairline cracks, but that does not
affect their performance adversely.
Cast-iron inner plates go a long way if you
frequently remove the ash that may pile up
behind them. If accumulated ash behind a
cast-iron plate is not removed, the plate cannot
dissipate the heat anymore to its surroundings
and that may cause the plate to warp or crack.
Never use the appliance without the fireresistant inner plates.
Cleaning glass
Dirt clings less easily to well-cleaned glass. Proceed
as follows:
1. Remove dust and loose soot with a dry cloth.
kettle directly onto an enamelled fire; use a stand and
prevent damage from occurring.
Lubrication
Although cast-iron is slightly self-lubricating, you will
still have to lubricate moving parts frequently.
Lubricate the moving parts (such as guide
systems,hinge pins, latches and air slides) with
heat resistant grease that is available in the
specialist trade.
Re-adjusting the door lock
1. Loosen the hexagon nut (1) slightly.
2. Screw the locking cam (2) in or out with the help of
a screwdriver.
3. Re-tighten the locking nut.
2. Clean the glass with stove window cleaner:
a. Apply stove window cleaner to a kitchen
sponge, rub down the entire glass surface and
give the cleaning agent time to react.
b. Remove the dirt with a moist cloth or kitchen
tissue.
3. Clean the glass again with a normal glass cleaning
product.
4. Rub the glass clean with a dry cloth or kitchen
tissue.
Do not use abrasive or aggressive products to
clean the glass.
Wear household gloves to protect your hands.
If the glass in the appliance is broken or
cracked, it must be replaced before you can
use the appliance again.
Make sure that no stove window cleaner runs
between the glass and the cast-iron door.
Readjusting the hinge
Maintaining enamelled fire
1. Loosen the screws (2) and (3) slightly.
Never clean the appliance when it is still hot. The
enamelled surface of the fire can be cleaned most
effectively with a mild green soap and lukewarm
water. Use as little water as possible, rub the surface
dry and prevent the formation of rust. Wire wool or
other abrasives should never be used. Never place a
2. Screw setscrew (1) in if the door must be raised
and out if the door must be lowered.
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3. Retighten the screws (2) and (3) firmly.
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Removing the glass pane
1. Loosen the 2xM5 nuts on the top only.
Touching up the finish
2. Tilt the pane forwards and lift the pane out of the
bottom fixing lips.
Small areas of damaged paint finish can be touched
up with a spraying can of special heat-resistant paint
finish available from your supplier.
Before replacing:
1. Place the glass pane together with the two glass
fixings.
2. Tighten the 2xM5 nuts.
Areas of damaged enamel can be touched up with a
special heat-resistant paint finish that is available
from your supplier.
Checking the seal
Check whether the sealing rope of the door is still
in good condition and works well. The sealing rope
is subject to wear and needs to be replaced in time.
Check the appliance for air leaks. Close any
chinks with stove sealant.
Let the sealant harden fully before you start a
fire in the appliance, because otherwise any
moisture in the sealant will form bubbles in the
sealant and cause a new air leak.
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Vintage 50 spare parts
Vintage 35 spare parts
Pos. Description Description
Quantity
1
03.77393.000 left-hand side inner
1
plate
2
03.77394.000 right-hand side inner
1
plate
3
03.77395.000 baffle plate
1
4
03.66534.000 centre bottom of the fire 1
compartment
5
03.77405.000 bottom fire basket
1
6
03.77406.000 top fire basket
1
7
03.77396.000 left-hand rear inner plate 1
8
03.77392.000 centre rear inner plate 1
9
03.77397.000 right-hand rear inner
1
plate
10 03.56328.000 left-hand bottom of the 1
fire compartment
11 03.56329.000 rear bottom of the fire 1
compartment
12 03.56327.000 right-hand bottom of the 1
fire compartment
13 03.05407.000 ash removal port
1
Pos. Description Description
Quantity
1
03.77393.000 Left-hand side inner plate 1
2
03.77394.000 right-hand side inner
1
plate
3
03.77500.000 baffle plate
1
4
03.66534.000 centre bottom of the fire 1
compartment
5
03.77410.000 bottom fire basket
1
6
03.77408.000 top fire basket
1
7
03.77501.000 left-hand rear inner plate 1
8
03.77399.000 centre rear inner plate
1
9
03.77502.000 right-hand rear inner plate 1
10 03.56330.000 left-hand bottom of the 1
fire compartment
11 03.56329.000 rear bottom of the fire
1
compartment
12 03.56331.000 right-hand bottom of the 1
fire compartment
13 03.05407.000 ash removal port
1
Subject to change because of technical improvements
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Vintage 30 spare parts
Pos. Description Description
1
03.77393.000 Left-hand side inner
plate
2
03.77394.000 right-hand side inner
plate
3
03.77398.000 baffle plate
4
03.66535.000 bottom of the fire
compartment
5
03.77409.000 bottom fire basket
6
03.77407.000 top fire basket
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Quantity
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Appendix 1: Technical data
Model
Vintage 50 Vintage 35 Vintage 30
Nominal output
9 kW
7 kW
5 kW
Flue connection (diameter)
150 mm
150 mm
150 mm
Weight
+/- 155 kg
+/- 125 kg
+/- 95 kg
Recommended fuel
Wood
Wood
Wood
Fuel property, max. length
50 cm
35 cm
30 cm
Mass flow of flue gases
6.4 g/s
4.9 g/s
4.2 g/s
Flue gas temperature measured in the
measurement section
232
251
244
Temperature measured downstream from the flue
spigot
328
298
305
Minimum draught
12 Pa
12 Pa
12 Pa
CO emission (13%O2)
0,10 %
0,05 %
0,05 %
NOx emission (13% O2)
112 mg/Nm³
84 mg/Nm³
127 mg/Nm³
CnHm emission (13%O2)
96 mg/Nm³
82 mg/Nm³
48 mg/Nm³
Particulate emission
27.1 mg/Nm³
16.4
mg/Nm³
6.0 mg/Nm³
Particulate emission in accordance with NS3058NS3059
4.94 gr/kg
4,99 gr/kg
1.38 gr/kg
Efficiency
84,2 %
83 %
80,4 %
Subject to change because of technical improvements
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Appendix 2: Measurements
Vintage 50
20
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Vintage 35
Subject to change because of technical improvements
21
Vintage 30
22
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Appendix 3: Distance from combustible material
Vintage 50 - Minimum distances
*
heat shield
Combustible material
Incombustible material, thickness 100 mm
Subject to change because of technical improvements
23
Vintage 35 - Minimum distances
*
heat shield
Combustible material
Incombustible material, thickness 100 mm
24
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Vintage 30 - Minimum distances
*
heat shield
Combustible material
Incombustible material, thickness 100 mm
Subject to change because of technical improvements
25
Appendix 4: Diagnostic diagram
Problem
Wood does not keep burning
Gives off insufficient heat
Smoke emissions into the room when adding wood
Fire in appliance is too intense, is hard to adjust
Deposit on the glass
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Possible cause
Possible solution
Insufficient draught
A cold flue usually fails to create sufficient draught. Follow the
instructions for lighting in the "Use" chapter; open a window.
Wood too damp
Use wood with no more than 20% moisture.
Pieces of wood too big
Use small pieces of kindling. Use split logs no larger than 30 cm in
circumference.
Wood stacked up incorrectly
Stack up the wood in a way that allows an adequate air flow between
the logs (open stacking, see "Burning wood")
Chimney does not work properly
Check whether the chimney meets the requirements: at least 4
metres high, right diameter, well insulated, smooth inside, not too
many bends, no obstructions in chimney (bird's nest, too much soot
deposit), hermetically tight (no chinks).
Chimney stack incorrect
Sufficiently high above the roof, no obstacles in its vicinity
Air inlets set incorrectly
Open the air inlets completely.
Appliance connected to chimney
incorrectly
Connection should be hermetically tight.
Vacuum in area where appliance is
installed
Switch off extraction systems.
Insufficient supply of fresh air
Provide an adequate air supply; if necessary use connection to
outside air.
Adverse weather conditions?
Inversion (reversed air flow in chimney
because of a high outside temperature),
extreme wind velocities
We recommend you don't use the appliance in the case of inversion.
Install an extra hood on the flue to increase the draught if need be.
Draught in the living room
Avoid draught in the living room, do not place the appliance near a
door or heating air ducts.
Flames touch the glass
Make sure the wood does not lie too close to the glass. Slide the
primary air inlet cover closer to the "Closed" position.
Appliance is leaking air
Check the door seals and the appliance joints.
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Index
A
Control of air
13
Cover on flue
5
13
Creosote
Adding fuel
13
Adding wood
smoke emissions into the room
26
Damage
Air control
13
Damp wood
11
Air inlets
11
Air leak
16
Air supply for fire
13
Door
open
sealing rope
7
16
Ash pan
open
Draught
19
14
Drying of wood
11
Ash removal port
14
Ashes
remove
13
D
E
Efficiency
19
F
B
Burning wood
add fuel
adding logs
appliance is hard to adjust
fire is too intense
insufficient heat
6
12
13
12
26
26
14, 26
C
Filling height
13
Fire
extinguishing
lighting
13
11
Fire-resistant inner plates
maintenance
remove
14
7
Carpet
6
Fire-resistant inner sheets
warning
10
Cast iron inner plates
7
Fire going out
13
Chimney
height
prepare connection
sweep
5
8
14
Chinks in appliance
16
Fire safety
distance from combustible material
floor
furniture
walls
23
6
6
6
Clean
glass
15
Cleaning
appliance
14
Combustible material
distance from
23
Connection
measurements
20
Connection collar for connection to chimney
9
Connection to chimney
at top
top
8
9
9
Connection to supply of outside air
9
Control air supply
Subject to change because of technical improvements
Floors
fire safety
load bearing capacity
6
6
Flue
connection diameter
connection to
maintenance
requirements
19
10
14
4
Flue gas
mass flow
temperature
19
19
Fog, do not burn wood
14
Foot
cover
10
13
27
Fuel
adding
adding wood
necessary amount
suitable
unsuitable
O
13
13
14
11
11
Open
ash pan
ash removal port
door
P
G
Glass
clean
deposit
15
26
H
Heat, insufficient
14
Heat,insufficient
26
Hood on the flue
5
I
Inner plates, fire-resistant
remove
Installation
measurements
7
Paint finish
10
Particulate emission
19
Parts, removable
K
Kindled fire
11
Kindling
26
L
11
Load bearing capacity of floor
6
Lubricant
15
Lubricate
15
M
6
Prevent a chimney fire
13
Primary air inlet
11
R
Removable parts
6
Removal of ashes
13
Remove
fire-resistant inner plates
Remove ashes
20
Lighting
14
14
7
7
13
S
Scraper for ash removal
14
Screens
clean
deposit
15
26
Sealing rope for door
16
Secondary air inlet
11
Smoke
on first use
10
Smoke emissions into the room
Softwood
4, 26
11
Solving problems
14, 26
Maintenance
chimney
clean glass
cleaning the appliance
fire-resistant inner plates
lubrication
sealing
Stacking logs
12
14
15
14
14
15
16
Storing wood
11
Stove window cleaner
15
Suitable fuel
11
Measurements
20
Sweep chimney
Mist, do not burn wood
14
N
Nominal output
28
14, 19
Supply of outside air
connection to
5, 9
10
14
T
Tar
13
Temperature
19
Subject to change because of technical improvements
U
Unsuitable fuel
11
V
Ventilation
connect supply of outside air
rule of thumb
5
9
5
Ventilation louvre
5
Vermiculite inner plates
7
W
Walls
fire safety
Warning
chimney fire
combustible materials
fire-resistant inner plates
glass broken or cracked
hot surface
regulations
stove window cleaner
terms and conditions for insurance
ventilation
6
4, 11, 13
4
10
4, 15
4
4
15
4
4-5
Weather conditions, do not burn wood
14
Weight
19
Wood
damp
does not keep burning
drying
right sort
storing
11
11
26
11
11
11
Subject to change because of technical improvements
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