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Installation Guide
Main Material of Manufacture - Stainless Steel
Attention The connection of this radiator to a central heating system should be
carried out by a suitably competent person who is familiar with current regulations.
Read this guide before starting installation and retain for future reference
Handling Advice
Please refer to the manual handling guidelines that are supplied
with this product. This gives important information about the
safe lifting of these radiators to minimise risk and damage.
Water Treatment
These products are for use on closed heating systems only; they
are NOT suitable for installation on secondary HWS circuits.
On completion of the installation the entire system MUST be
thoroughly cleaned and flushed to remove debris/flux residues
etc. If a chemical cleanser is used, it must be thoroughly
flushed from the system. Following this, the system MUST be
dosed with a good quality water treatment to prevent
corrosion. System design, flushing and dosing must be in
accordance with BS 5449: 1990, BS EN 12828: 2003 and
BS 7593: 1992
IMPORTANT: Failure to observe these requirements will
render the guarantee on the product void.
Corrosion inhibitor must be used in accordance with the
manufacturer’s instructions and recommendations and should
take into account the particular metals within the system.
Cleaning & Aftercare
For products with a colour finish, clean using a damp cloth
(dipped in water), DO NOT use solvents or detergents.
For products with a polished aluminium finish, clean with
surgical cotton soaked in alcohol.
Operating Pressure
Maximum 6 bar (test 7.8bar)
Further Information
This rail has been designed, manufactured and tested to
ensure a long-lasting use. Should you require any further
information, help or advice, or have any difficulties with these
products or their installation and use, please contact our
office on:
tel: 01604
671723
fax:
01604 647249
web: www.kartelluk.com
Kartell UK Ltd, Lancaster Gate, Wellingborough Road, Sywell, Northamptonshire NN6 OBN
Installation Instructions
Remove the rail from its packaging and check
for quality, once satisfied:
6
Accurately mark out
a bracket position on
the wall.
Once all the brackets are
mounted offer the rail into
position, check and adjust
levels as required.
1
2
3
4
Taking the first marked
point on the wall as a
reference point, measure
and mark out the other
fixing points with a spirit
level. Drill holes and insert
the wall plugs.
7
Install the wall bracket
into wall plug using the
screw ensuring that the
slot at the back of the
wall bracket is facing the
wall and leveled vertically.
8
Now fit the front retainer
and tighten (do not
overtighten as this could
distort or break the
bracket)
Press the caps into place
If there are any minor
levelling issues the
brackets are flexible in
two dimensions.
Minor adjustment is
possible in the vertical
plane.
9
5
Insert the telescopic
bracket into the wall
bracket. Screw the pieces
together as displayed.
10
Fit the air vent and plug
and connect the radiator
to your system via a pair of
valves.
Tip: It may be more
conveinient to fit the valve
tails before mounting
the rail.
NOTE TO INSTALLER: PLEASE LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE HOUSEHOLDER
This publication is issued subject to alteration or withdrawal without notice
DRC-OHIO-06-2012-A
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