Royal Super Sixteen NV Decorative Gas Fireplace Technical data

CRYSTAL
FIRES
VALENTINES BUILDING
BECHERS DRIVE
AINTREE RACECOURSE
BUSINESS PARK
LIVERPOOL
MERSEYSIDE L9 5AY
SUPER HEATRAVE
DECORATIVE INSET
GAS FIRE
THIS APPLIANCE IS CAT I2H
FOR USE WITH NATURAL GAS ONLY
G20 AT 20mbar
IN G.B. AND I.E.
INSTALLATION & SERVICING
BOOK
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230mm
sizes inc brass
trim
380mm
588mm
550mm
520mm
490mm
200mm
convector
box
180mm
radiant
box
NAME
MODEL NO:
SUPER HEATRAVE
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE YOU
START INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE. KEEP THIS BOOKLET HANDY
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
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……………TECHNICAL DATA……………
HEIGHT. 588mm
WIDTH. 490mm
WEIGHT. CONVECTOR 19kg RADIANT 15kg
GAS TYPE: G20 NATURAL
GAS PRESSURE :
20 mbar
CONNECTION:8mm OD TUBE
SPARK GAP: 2.5-4mm
INJECTOR: TYPE CAT 82/420 BRAY
HEAT INPUT (GROSS)
HIGH: 6.5KW
LOW: 4.1KW
CAT:12H
DATA LABEL LOCATION FRONT BOTTOM SECTION OF APPLIANCE
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INSTALLATION GENERAL
IMPORTANT NOTES
THE SUPER HEATRAVE IS DESIGNED AND TESTED TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF BS5258 P16 AND IS
FITTED WITH AN ATMOSPHERE SENSING DEVICE
THE SUPER HEATRAVE CAN ONLY BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE FOLLOWING CHIMNEYS :
CONVENTIONAL BRICK OR STONE CHIMNEY. A PRE CAST FLUE CONFORMING TO BS 1289 PT.1 OR A
METAL FLUE BOX CONFORMING TO BS715, FURTHER DETAILS ARE COVERED LATER. A NON
COMBUSTABLE HEARTH MUST BE PROVIDED TO COMPLY WITH THE BUILDING REGULATIONS OR A
SUITABLE PROPRIETARY FIRE SURROUND WITH A 100 DEGREES C RATING.
THE CHIMNEY OR FLUE (UNLESS NEW ) MUST BE SWEPT BEFORE INSTALLATION IF IT HAS BEEN USED
FOR SOLID FUEL
*INSTALLER
THE APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED BY A COMPETENT PERSON , IE A CORGI REGISTERED
INSTALLER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE GAS SAFETY (INSTALLATION AND
USE ) REGU;ATIONS OR THE RULES IN FORCE. FAILURE TO DO SO COULD LEAD TO PROSECUTION
*REGULATIONS
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE RELEVANT CODES OF PRACTICE AND BRITISH STANDARDS:
BS5781 PART 2 1991, BS8303 1986, BS 5440 PART 1 1990 , BS1251 1987, BS 6891 1988 , BS 6461 PARTS 1 & 2
1984 , BS 715 1989 , BS 1289 PART 1 1986
THE BUILDING REGULATIONS ISSUED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
THE BUILDING STANDARDS (SCOTLAND) (CONSOLIDATION) REGULATIONS ISSUED BY THE SCOTTISH
DEVELOPMENT OFFICE
*VENTILATION
GREAT BRITAIN
NO SPECIAL VENTILATION BRICKS OR VENTS ARE NORMALLY REQUIRED INTO THE ROOM
CONTAINING THE APPLIANCE, PROVIDED NORMAL ADVENTITIOUS ROOM VENTILATION EXISTS. THE
INSTALLER MUST SATISFY THIS POINT BY CARRYING OUT A MANDATORY SPILLAGE TEST
IRELAND
PURPOSE PROVIDED VENTILATION MUST BE PROVIDED AND MUST HAVE A MINIMUM FREE AREA OF
100 CM2
*WARNING
THIS APPLIANCE HAS A NAKED FLAME, AS WITH ALL SUCH FIRES IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT A
FIREGUARD SHOULD BE USED FOR THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN, THE ELDERLEY AND
INFIRM. FIRE GUARDS SHOULD CONFORM TO BS 6539 (1984) ( FIREGUARDS FOR USE WITH SOLID
FUEL APPLIANCES)
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
PRE CAST FLUE
A PRE CAST FLUE CONFORMING TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF BS 1289 PART 1. FOR DETAILS OF THE
DIMENSIONS REQUIRED TO LOCATE POSITION OF THE APPLIANCE WITHIN THE OPENING / STARTER
BLOCKS SEE (FIG.2) WITH A MINIMUM OF 3 METRES EFFECTIVE HEIGHT.
A SUITABLE FIRE RESISTING FIRE SURROUND WILL BE REQUIRED, SPACED OUT TO THE CORRECT
THICKNESS BETWEEN THE REAR OF THE FLUE BLOCK
BREAST AND THE REAR OF THE APPLIANCE FLANGE.
NOTE.
AN INSPECTION SHOULD BE MADE TO ENSURE THAT THE INTERNAL WALLS OF THE FLUE ARE CLEAR
OF MORTAR FANGS PRIOR TO INSTALLING THE APPLIANCE.
385-430mm
fig 2
530-575mm
250mm min
convector box
385-430mm
fig 2
560-575mm
230mm min
radiant box
A 50mm SPACER CAN BE FITTED TO ALLOW MORE DEPTH IF REQUIRED USING THE FOLLOWING
PROCEDURE.
MARK POSITION OF FLANGE HOLES, DRILL AND PLUG AND FIX SPACER TO FIREPLACE ENSURING A
GOOD SEAL IS MADE BETWEEN SPACER AND FIREPLACE USING FOAM SEAL SUPPLIED. THEN SCREW
FIRE TO SPACER SEALING WITH FOAM SEAL SUPPLIED AND SCREWS SUPPLIED WITH SPACER
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
LOCATION AND FLUES
CONVENTIONAL CHIMNEY
A CONVENTIONAL BRICK OR STONE CHIMNEY AS USED FOR A SOLID FUEL APPLIANCE WITH A
MINIMUM EFFECTIVE CROSS SECTIONAL DIMENSION OF 225 * 225 mm (9 * 9 ins) WITH A MINIMUM OF 3
METRES EFFECTIVE HEIGHT.
A LINED FLUE WITH A MINIMUM DIAMETER OF 175 mm (7ins), WITH THE FIREPLACE COMPONENTS
CONFORMING TO BS 1251
A BUILDERS OPENING A MINIMUM OF 530mm HIGH TO MAXIMUM 575 mm HIGH AND MINIMUM 385 mm
TO MAXIMUM 430 mm WIDE, WITH A MINIMUM DEPTH OF 300 mm (CONVECTOR ) 280 mm (RADIANT
BOX ) TO ALLOW SUFFICIENT VOLUME OF DEBRIS COLLECTION. TO OBTAIN THIS DEPTH IT IS
NECESSARY TO REMOVE THE CHAIRBRICK.
ANY PERMANENT FLUE RESTRICTION OR VARIABLE DAMPERS MUST BE REMOVED OR LOCKED
FULLY OPEN
THE CHIMNEY MUST BE SWEPT PRIOR TO INSTALLATION IF NOT NEW.
THE CHAIRBRICK MUST BE REMOVED ON ALL INSTALLATIONS.
385-430mm
385-430mm
fig 1
560-575mm
230mm
530-575mm
250mm
radiant box
convector box
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INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
5 “ FLUE PIPE AND STARTER BOX
A DOUBLE WALLED SELKIRK RECESSED FLUE BOX BUILT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF BS 715 WITH AN
INSULATED FLUE HAVING A MINIMUM DIAMETER OF 125mm (5”) AND A MINIMUM EFFECTIVE
OVERALL HEIGHT OF 3 METRES (10ft)
143mm
c
560mm
610mm
318mm
457mm
330mm
407mm
RECESSED GAS FLUE BOX DIMENSIONS (NOT INCLUDING FIBREGLASS INSULATION)
NOTE
THE METAL FLUE BOX MUST BE INSULATED WITH FIBRE GLASS OR EQUIVALENT TO A THICKNESS OF
25 mm.
NOTE
WHERE INSTALLATION IS FOR A METAL FLUE BOX, THE SURROUND MUST HAVE A TEMPERATURE
RATING OF 150 DEGREES C .
NOTE
IF THE FLUE BOX IS TO BE USED WITH AN EXISTING BRICK OR STONE CHIMNEY A 125 mm (5”)
MINIMUM DIAMETER FLUE LINER CONFORMING TO BS 715 MAY BE USED.
NOTE
A BRICK CHAMBER TO THE SIZES IN FIG 1. IN AN EXISTING BRICK OR STONE CHIMNEY A 125 mm (5”)
MINIMUM DIAMETER FLUE LINER CONFORMING TO BS715 MAY BE USED, PROVIDING IT IS SEALED AT
THE TOP AND BOTTOM OF THE EXISITNG BRICK OR STONE CHIMNEY.
NOTE
ANY OF THE ABOVE FLUES MUST NOT BE RESTRICTED BY DAMPERS OR REGISTER PLATES. THE FLUE
MUST SERVE ONLY THE APPLIANCE AND NOT HAVE ANY BRANCHES OR TRAPA WHICH MAY IMPEDE
THE NATURAL DRAUGHT. IF ANY TERMINAL IS FITTED IT MUST BE SUITABLE FOR THE PURPOSE.
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FRONT FACE SEAL
THE FRONT FACE MUST BE FLAT TO ENSURE THAT A GOOD SEAL IS FORMED BETWEEN THE REAR
AND BASE OF THE APPLAINCE AND THE CHIMNEY TO AVOID ANY REDUCTION OF NATURAL
DRAUGHT.
HEARTH.
A NON COMBUSTIBLE HEARTH MUST BE PROVIDED BENEATH THE APPLIANCE WITHIN THE
FIREPLACE OPENING.
A FIRE RESISTING HEARTH MUST ALSO BE PROVIDED SYMMETRICALLY DISPOSED ABOUT THE
FIREPLACE OPENING A MINIMUM THICKNESS OF 12 mm WITH THE PERIMETER 50mm ABOVE THE
FLOOR LEVEL.
THE WIDTH MUST EXTEND A MINIMUM OF 150mm EITHER SIDED OF THE FIREPLACE OPENING AND A
DEPTH OF 300mm FROM THE FRONT OF THE FUELD BED.
ANY COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL ABOVE THE OPENING MUST BE REMOVED UP TO A HEIGHT OF 1
METRE ABOVE THE HEARTH LEVEL.
300mm min
50mm min
985mm
INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS
PURPOSE BUILT HEARTH & SURROUND
PURPOSE BUILT SUPERIMPOSED FIRE RESISTANT HEARTHS AND BACK PANELS, SPECIFIED AS
SUITABLE BY THE MANUFACTURER MAY BE USED, OR A SUITABLE PROPRIETARY FIRE SURROUND
WITH A 100 DEGREES C RATING.
SOFT FURNISHINGS
CARE SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PREVENT ANY DAMAGE BEING CAUSED TO SURROUNDING SOFT
FURNISHINGS OR DECORATION .E.G. MANY EMBOSSED VINYL WALL COVERINGS MAY BECOME
DISCOLOURED IF PLACED TOO CLOSE TO THE APPLIANCE.
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CLEARANCES
SHELVES
MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROM HEARTH TO UNDERSIDE OF COMBUSTABLE SHELF MUST BE 800 mm
PROVIDED SHELF DEPTH IS 150mm OR LESS
WHEN THE SHELF DEPTH IS INCREASED BY INCREMENTS OF 12.5 mm GREATER THAN 150 mm ADD 25
mm TO THE 800 mm MINIMUM CLEARANCE.
SIDE OF FIRE
MINIMUM WIDTH BETWEEN VERTICAL SIDES OF COMBUSTABLE SURROUND SHOULD NOT BE LESS
THAN 800 mm PROVIDED FIRE IS CENTRAL TO SURROUND AND SIDES DO NOT PROJECT MORE THAN
150 mm.
WHEN VERTICAL SIDE FORWARD PROJECTION IS INCREASED BY 12.5 mm ADD 50 mm TO INSIDE WIDTH
OF SURROUND.
NOTE.
WHEN FIRE IS FITTED THIS GIVES A MINIMUM SIDE CLEARANCE OF 150 mm.
INSTALLATION STEPS
CHECK FLUE
CHECK THAT THE CHIMNEY CONFORMS TO THE REQUIRED SPECIFICATIONS AS PREVIOUSLY STATED
EXAMINE THE CONDITION AND CARRY OUT ANY REMEDIAL WORK. IF THE FLUE HAS BEEN USED FOR
SOLID FUEL IT SHOULD BE SWEPT AND A SMOKE TEST CARRIED OUT TO CHECK THAT SATISFACTORY
SMOKE CLEARANCE HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED
IF ALL THE SMOKE IS NOT DRAWN INTO THE FLUE, PRE HEAT THE FLUE WITH A BLOW TORCH OR
SIMILAR AND RE CHECK. IF THERE IS ANY UNCERTAINTY EXAMINE FOR THE CAUSE AND IF
NECESSARY SEEK EXPERT ADVICE.
GAS SUPPLY
IT IS RECOMMENDED ACONCEALED CONNECTION IS MADE USING RIGID OR SEMI RIGID TUBING, ON
TO THE LEFT SIDE OF THE UNIT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE REQUIREMENTS OF BS 6891 1988
DEALING WITH ENCLOSED PIPES.
AFTER CONNECTING THE SUPPLY PIPE , MAKE SURE THE PIEZO OPERATES CORRECTLY AND
DOES NOT FOUL ON THE GAS SUPPLY PIPE.
A SUITABLE ISOLATING COCK SHOULD ALWAYS BE FITTED IN THE SUPPLY FEED TO THE FIRE TO
FACILITATE SERVICING.
SECURE FIRE TO THE FIREPLACE
MARK POSITION OF FLANGE HOLES, DRILL AND FIX AND PLUG FIRE TO FIREPLACE ENSURING A
GOOD SEAL IS MADE BETWEEN FIREBOX AND FIREPLACE USING FOAM SEAL SUPPLIED.
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INSTALLATION STEPS
CHECKING GAS PRESSURE AND SOUNDNESS
REMOVE THE PRESSURE TEST POINT SCREW FROM THE INLET ELBOW AND CONNECT PRESSURE
GAUGE.
TURN ON GAS TO APPLIANCE.
ROTATE THE CONTROL TO THE IGNITION POSITION AND PUSH IN TO ALLOW THE AIR IN THE
PIPEWORK TO BE PURGED.
PUSH IN PIEZO IGNITION SWITCH
CHECK THAT THE ELECTRODE IS SPARKING.
CONTINUE SPARKING UNTIL PILOT IGNITION IS ESTABLISHED.
TURN THE GAS CONTROL KNOB ON TO THE HIGH POSITION AND ALLOW TO RUN FOR FIVE MINUTES.
CHECK THE INLET PRESSURE IS 20 mbar. +/- 1mbar
CHECK FOR GAS SOUNDNESS.
TURN OFF GAS SUPPLY, DISCONNECT PRESSURE GAUGE AND REPLACE PRESSURE TEST POINT SCREW.
COAL BED LAYOUT
PERIODICALLY SMALL DEPOSITS OF SOOT MAY GATHER ON THE COALS AND BURNER,
THIS MUST BE REMOVED BY REMOVING COALS, AND BRUSHING OR VACUUMING ANY
DEPOSITS, THEN COALS USING THE FOLLOWINGPROCEDURE.
fibre matrix pushes to
front of bracket
front fibre
main ceramic
matrix
front of
firetray
position of ceramic fibre base
FRONT FIBRE BASE AND MAIN BASE COME
PACKED IN BOX WITH FIRE
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JEWEL/SUPER HEATRAVE RANDOM PEBBLE AND
RANDOM BLACK FUEL PIECE LAYOUT (20)
FIRST 6 RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT ON TOP OF THE FRONT
FIBRE AS SHOWN,ENSURING
THEY DO NOT OVERHANG ON
TO THE BURNER.
THEY MAY HAVE TO BE
TWISTED TO FIT CORRECTLY
(SHOWN ON LEFT)
FIVE RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT BEHIND FRONT SIX AS
SHOWN ON RIGHT.
FOUR RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT BEHIND AGAIN AS
SHOWN ON LEFT
FINAL FIVE RANDOM FUEL
PIECES SIT BEHIND AGAIN
AS SHOWN ON RIGHT.
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COAL BED LAYOUT USING SQUARE COALS
MAIN COAL BED
BACK COALS POINTING FORWARD AND DOWN
FRONT COALS
LEFT COAL/AND CORRESPONDING
SIT ON FRONT COAL
RIGHT COAL AS FAR LEFT AND RIGHT
BASE 5 MM OFF THE MAIN
RESPECTIVELY,TURNED AS SHOWN IN DIAGRAM BURNER
AND PUSHED AS FAR UP INTO MAIN FIBRE BASE
FRONT
DOWN
BACK COALS FRONT AND DOWN AS SHOWN
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INSTALLATION STEPS
TEST FOR SPILLAGE
CHECK FOR SATISFACTORY CLEARANCE OF COMBUSTION PRODUCTS
CLOSE ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS IN THE ROOM CONTAINING THE FIRE
TURN ON GAS SUPPLY , LIGHT THE FIRE AND SET THE CONTROLS TO HIGH
LEAVE THE FIRE BURNING FOR FIVE MINUTES AND INSERT A LIGHTED SMOKE MATCH ON A
VERTICAL PLANE
CONVECTOR BOX 50 mm DIRECTLY UNDER FRONT EDGE OF CANOPY AND 50mm FROM EITHER SIDE
OF THE OPENING (SEE DRAWING )
RADIANT BOX 50mm INSIDE REAR EGDE OF THE SURROUND AND 50mm FROM EITHER SIDE OF FIRE
OPENING
ALL THE SMOKE MUST BE DRAWN INTO THE FLUE.
IF SPILLAGE OCCURS ALLOW A FURTHER TEN MINUTES.
SHOULD SPILLAGE STILL OCCUR TURN OFF THE FIRE AND SEEK EXPERT ADVICE
IF AN EXTRACTOR FAN IS SITUATED IN THE ROOM THIS TEST SHOULD BE REPEATED WITH THE FAN
RUNNING
IF THERE IS A CONNECTED ROOM WITH AN EXTRACTOR FAN , THE TEST SHOULD BE REPEATED WITH
ALL THE DOORS TO THAT ROOM OPENED AND THE EXTRACTOR FAN RUNNING.
FIG 14
50mm down from
canopy
50 mm inside canopy
convector shown
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50 mm from
side
INSTALLATION STEPS
FITTING TRIMS
FIT THE TRIM WITH FOUR MAGNETS PLACED ON THE VERTICAL SIDE FLANGES OF THE FIREBOX (ONE
AT THE TOP AND ONE AT THE BOTTOM 0
OFFER THE BRASS TRIM UP AND PUSH INTO POSITION
PLACE FRET CENTALLY IN FRONT.
INSTRUCT USER
IMPORTANT : THIS APPLIANCE IS FITTED WITH AN OXYGEN DEPLETION SENSOR
INCORPORATED INTO THE PILOT BODY. SHOULD THE FIRE REPEATEDLY EXTINGUISH ITSELF
THEN SPECIALIST ADVICE SHOULD BE SOUGHT, AS THIS MAY INDICATE SPILLAGE INTO THE
ROOM OF COIMBUSTION PRODUCTS.
DEMONSTRATE THE LIGHTING AND EXTINGUISHING PROCEDURES TO THE USER AND REMOVAL AND
REFITTING OF THE BRAS TRIM FOR CLEANING.
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE OPERATED WITH THE GAS CONTROL NOT TURNED ON MORE THAN LOW
FOR THE FIRST FIVE HOURS OF USE TO ALLOW THE FIBRE COALS TO CURE SLOWLY.
THE CURING EFFECT OF HEATING THE COALS AND OTHER CERAMICS COMPONENTS WILL CAUSE AN
INITIAL ODOUR.
THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE SERVICED ANNUALLY BY A COMPETENT PERSON IN ACCORDANCE
WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND THE APPLIANCE CHECKED FOR SPILLAGE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
THE METHOD DETAILED IN THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
HAND THESE INSTRUCTIONS TO THE USER.
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SERVICING NOTES
GENERAL NOTES
SERVICING SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT ANNUALLY BY A COMPETENT PERSON SUCH AS A CORGI
REGISTERED PERSON IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RELEVANT REGULATIONS TO ENSURE THE SAFE
AND CORRECT OPERATION OF THE APPLIANCE.
BEFORE COMMENCING ANY SERVICE OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS TURN OFF GAS SUPPLY TO FIRE
AFTER SERVICING CHECK FOR GAS SOUNDNESS
AT LEAST ONCE A YEAR CHECK FOR DEBRIS IN THE CATCHMENT AREA BEHIND THE FIRE AND FLUE
WAY
IF SOOT HAS ACCUMULATED CHECK TO ESTABLISH CAUSE AND RECTIFY. IF NECESSARY CLEAN FLUE
OR CHIMNEY ACCORDINGLY
EXAMINE THE COALS FOR SIGNS OF CRACKING AND REPLACE IF NECESSARY. SEE COAL LAYOUT
PROCEDURE BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO REPLACE COALS, WHICH SHOULD ONLY BE REPLACED AS A
COMPLETE SET WITH NO EXTRA COALS ADDED
1 REMOVAL OF COALS
REMOVE LOOSE COALS
REMOVE FRONT FIBRE BASE
REMOVE MAIN FIBRE BASE
2
REPLACEMENT OF GAS CONTROL
REMOVE COAL SET AS 1
DISCONNECT FIRE AT INLET ELBOW
REMOVE FIRE TRAY BY UNSCREWING TWO SCREWS AT FRONT BOTTOM SECTION OF FIRE TRAY
REMOVE CONTROL KNOB. DISCONNECT GAS CONNECTIONS TO VALVE INCLUDING PILOT
CONNECTION AND THERMOCOUPLE CONNECTION
REMOVE LOCKNUT HOLDING GAS CONTROL TO FRONT BOTTOM SECTION
RE ASSEMBLE IN REVERSE ORDER
TURN ON GAS SUPPLY, CHECK FOR SOUNDNESS AND RE COMMISSION APPLIANCE
3 REPLACEMENT OF INJECTOR
REMOVE COALS SEE 1
REPEAT 2 REMOVE GAS CONTROL
DISCONNECT GAS CONNECTIONS TO INJECTOR
UNSCREW INJECTOR “B” WHILST AT SAME TIME HOLDING AERATOR CONTROL “A” WITH A SPANNER
AND CLEAN OR REPLACE ( REMEMBER TO RESEAL INJECTOR ) SEE DIAGRAM BELOW.
A
aerator
LOCKNUT
"B"
INJECTOR
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RE ASSEMBLE IN REVERSE ORDER
TURN ON GAS SUPPLY. CHECK FOR SOUNDNESS AND RECOMMISSION THE APPLIANCE
4 REPLACEMENT OF OXY-PILOT ASSEMBLY
DISCONNECT FIRE AT INLET ELBOW
REMOVE FIRE TRAY
DISCONNECTTHERMOCOUPLE FROM GAS VALVE
DISCONNECT GAS CONNECTION FROM PILOT ASSEMBLY
REMOVE IGNITOR LEAD FROM PILOT ASSEMBLY
UNDO SCREWS SECURING OXY-PILOT TO FIRE TRAY
RE-ASSEMBLE IN REVERSE ORDER
TURN ON GAS SUPPLY, CHECK FOR GAS SOUNDNESS AND RE-COMMISSION APPLIANCE.
CLEANING
GENERAL INFORMATION.
BEFORE CLEANING ANY PART OF THE FIRE, ENSURE THAT THE GAS IS TURNED OFF AND THE FIRE IS
COLD.
BLACK PAINT. USE ONLY A CLEAN DAMP CLOTH. DO NOT USE ANY CLEANING AGENTS.
BRASS TRIM. USE BRASSO ENSURING THAT IT DOES NOT COME INTO CONTACT WITH THE BLACK
PAINT FINISH.
IMPORTANT. THE PAINT FINISH IS DURABLE AND HEAT RESISTANT, HOWEVER IT WILL BE DAMAGED
IF PLATER, CEMENT OR WALLPAPER PASTE COMES INTO CONTACT WITH IT.
COALS AND CERAMICS. IF FOR ANY REASON IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE CERAMIC PARTS, THEN
BEFORE REPLACEMENT THE BURNER SHOULD BE CHECKED THAT NO PARTICLES HAVE DEPOSITED
ON THE BURNER. IF NECESSARY VACUUM THEM CAREFULLY. THEN REFER TO INSTRUCTIONS FOR
REPLACING THE CERAMICS.
FRET INFORMATION
A STANDARD 16 “ FRET IS SUITABLE TO SIT IN FRONT OF THE HEATRAVE S/L HOWEVER A
MINIMUM FREE AREA REQUIREMENT MUST BE MET AS SHOWN BELOW.
B
A
MINIMUM FREE AREA FOR AIR FLOW
ON ASH PAN COVER “A” = 30 CM2
MINIMUM FREE AREA FOR AIR FLOW
ON FRET “B” = 30 CM2
USER REPLACEMENT PARTS
CERAMIC SET
CRY001su
BRASS TRIM CRY002su
GAS TAP CRY003su
PIEZO IGNITOR CRY004su
PILOT ASSEMBLY CRY005su
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CRYSTAL
FIRES
VALENTINES BUILDING
BECHERS DRIVE
AINTREE RACECOURSE
BUSINESS PARK
LIVERPOOL
MERSEYSIDE L9 5AY
SUPER HEATRAVE
DECORATIVE INSET
GAS FIRE
THIS APPLIANCE IS CAT I2H
FOR USE WITH NATURAL GAS ONLY
G20 AT 20mbar
IN G.B. AND I.E.
USERS INSTRUCTIONS
BOOK
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USERS INSTRUCTIONS FOR SUPER HEATRAVE GAS APPLIANCE
IMPORTANT NOTES
YOUR SUPER HEATRAVE IS A LIVE FUEL EFFECT GAS FIRE. DUE TO ITSA NEWNESS THE FIRE MAY
GIVE OFF A SLIGHT SMELL FOR A SHORT PERIOD AFTER INSTALLATION. THIS IS QUITE NORMAL AND
WILL DISAPPEAR AFTER A FEW HOURS OF OPERATION.
THE APPLIANCE TO WHICH THESE INSTRUCTIONS APPLY MUST BE INSTALLED BY A COMPETENT
PERSON (EG A C.O.R.G.I. MEMBER IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE GAS SAFETY
(INSTALLATIONS AND USE) REGULATIONS OR THE RULES IN FORCE) . IT MUST ALSO BE APPROVED BY
THE HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE AND MUST BE IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE INSTALLATION AND
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS SUPPLIED.
SERVICING SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT REGULARLY BY A COMPETENT PERSON (E G C.O.R.G.I
MEMBER ) IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CURRENT EDITION OF THE GAS SAFETY ( INSTALLATION AND
USE) REGULATIONS OR THE FRULES IN FORCE. TO ENSURE THE CORRECT AND SAFE OPERATION OF
THE APPLIANCE , DEBRIS SHOULD ALSO BE REMOVED FROM BNEHIND THE APPLIANCE AT REGULAR
INTERVALS.
BEFORE INSTALLATION OF THE APPLIANCE THE CHIMNEY MUST BE THOROUGHLY SWEPT AND THEN
INSPECTED REGULARLY TO ENSURE THAT IT REMAINS FREE OF OBSTRUCTION.
A FIRE GUARD COMPLYING TO BS6539 OR BS6778 MUST BE FITTED IF THE ROOM WILL BE OCCUPIED
BY YOUNG CHILDREN OR THE ELDERLEY OR INFIRM PEOPLE.
ON NO ACCOUNT MUST ANY RUBBISH BE THROWN ON TO THE FIRE , OR THE LAYOUT OF THE FIRE
BED DISTURBED.
CLEARANCES
SHELVES
MINIMUM CLEARANCE FROM HEARTH TO UNDERSIDE OF COMBUSTABLE SHELF MUST BE 800mm
PROVIDED SHELF DEPTH IS 150mm OR LESS.
WHEN THE SHELF DEPTH IS INCREASED BY INCREMENTS OF 12.5mm GREATER THAN 150mm ADD
25mm TO THE 800mm MINIMUM CLEARANCE.
SOFT FURNISHINGS, DECORATIONS AND SOME WALL COVERINGS MAY DISCOLOUR OR SCORCH IF
POSITIONED TOO CLOSE TO THE FIRE, BEAR THIS IN MIND WHEN REDECORATING.
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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
THE APPLIANCE DATA BADGE IS POSITIONED ON THE FRONT BOTTOM SECTION OF THE
APPLIANCE AND CARRIES THE CONTROL KNOB POSITIONS, THE FULL LIGHTING PROCEDURE IS AS
FOLLOWS.
(SEE FIG 1 )
1. PUSH CONTROL KNOB IN AS FAR AS POSSIBLE ON GAS CONTROL
2. TURN KNOB ANTICLOCKWISE TO IGNITION POSITION AS SHOWN IN FIG 1 STILL KEEPING
KNOB PRESSED IN AS FAR AS POSSIBLE.
3. THE IGNITON BUTTON WILL IGNITE THE PILOT WITH THIS OPERATION. KEEP THE KNOB
PRESSED IN FOR 15 SECONDS. IF THE PILOT FAILS TO LIGHT TURN THE CONTROL KNOB
CLOCKWISE TO THE OFF POSITION. WAIT 3 MINUTES AND REPEAT THE PROCEDURE.
4. WHEN THE PILOT FRAME IS ALIGHT THE CONTROL KNOB SHOULD BE ALLOWED TO SPRING
OUT SLIGHTLY . TURN THE KNOB FULLY ANTICLOCKWISE TO THE HIGH POSITION. THE
PILOT FLAME WILL THEN IGNITE THE MAIN BURNER . THE PILOT FLAME CAN BE VIEWED
TO THE RIGHT OF THE FIRE JUST BEHIND THE FRONT COAL BED.
5. THE HEIGHT OF THE FLAMES CAN BE ADJUSTED BY TURNING THE CONTROL KNOB
BETWEEN THE LOW AND HIGH POSITIONS AND MUST BE PUSHED IN SLIGHTLY BEFORE IT IS
TURNED.
6. TO TURN THE FIRE OFF, DEPRESS THE KNOB SLIGHTLY AND TURN IT TO THE PILOT
POSITION.
7. TO COMPLETELY EXTINGUISH THE FIRE , DEPRESS THE KNOB SLIGHTLY AND TURN TO THE
OFF POSITION.
8. SHOULD THE SPARK IGNITION FAIL TO OPERATE, TURN THE CONTROL KNOB TO THE OFF
POSITION AND WAIT 3 MINUTES. TURN THE KNOB TO THE IGNITION POSITION AND THEN
LIGHT THE PILOT WITH A TAPER. (SEE FIG 2 ). “ LIGHTING WITH A TAPER IS AN EMERGENCY
MEASURE AND THE APPLIANCE SHOULD BE SERVICED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.” AND THEN
PROCEED AS STATED IN PARAGRAPHS 2/7.
IMPORTANT: THIS APPLIANCE IS FITTED WITH AN OXYGEN DEPLETION SENSOR INCORPORATED
INTO THE PILOT BODY. SHOULD THE FIRE REPEATEDLY EXTINGUISH ITSELF THEN SPECIALIST
ADVICE SHOULD BE SOUGHT, AS THIS MAY INDICATE SPILLAGE INTO THE ROOM OF
COMBUSTION PRODUCTS.
OFF
PILOT
IGN
LOW
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HIGH
MERTIK MAXITROL REMOTE CONTROL SYSTEM
ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE FOR THE USE ON CRYSTAL FIRES REMOTE CONTROL RANGE OF
GAS FIRES
ON POSITION
OFF POSITION
IGNITION /PILOT
POSITION
A
OPERATION
FIGURE 1
B
LIGHTING PROCEDURE
1. TURN KNOB A (FIGURE 1) SLIGHTLY LEFT TOWARDS THE IGNITION POSITION(SHOWN IN FIG 1 ABOVE)
UNTIL REACHING STOP,PRESS DOWN AND HOLD FOR FIVE SECONDS
(ONLY PILOT GAS FLOWS)
2. CONTINUE PRESSING DOWN KNOB A WHILE TURNING FURTHER LEFT TO ACTIVATE PIEZO,CONTINUE TO
HOLD DOWN FOR 10 SECONDS AFTER PILOT HAS BEEN LIT,IF PILOT DOES NOT LIGHT,STEPS 1 AND 2 CAN
BE REPEATED IMMEDIATELY.
3. UPON LIGHTING,RELEASE KNOB A AND TURN FURTHER LEFT TO ON POSITION (SHOWN IN FIGURE 1
ABOVE)PILOT GAS FLOWS AND MAIN BURNER FLOWS IN ACCORDANCE TO THE FLAME SETTING(KNOB B
AS SHOWN IN FIG 1 ABOVE)
ADJUSTING THE FLAME SETTINGS
TO TURN THE FIRE ON AND/OR TO ADJUST THE
FLAME STTING, PRESS THE ON BUTTONS ON THE
REMOTE HANDSET.CONTINUE PRESSING UNTIL
DESIRED FLAME SETTING IS OBTAINED.PRESS
AND HOLD THE OFF BUTTON TO REVERSE THE
SETTING.THE RECEIVER IS EQUIPPED WITH A
BUILT IN DELAY, RECOGNIZABLE BY THE FLICKERING
LIGHT,TO FACILITATE FINE ADJUSTMENT OF THE FLAME
THE MOTORIZED VALVE IS EQUIPPED WITH A SLIP
CLUTCH ,ALLOWING MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF MAIN
GAS BY TURNING KNOB B
ON BUTTONS
TO PRESS THE ON BUTTON YOU MUST PRESS
THE 2 BUTTONS TOGETHER
OFF BUTTON
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SHUT OFF PROCEDURE
1.TURN KNOB A RIGHT UNTIL REACHING STOP. IN THIS POSITION ONLY PILOT GAS FLOWS
2.TO SHUT OFF VALVE COMPLETELY,PRESS DOWN SLIGHTLY AND CONTINUE TURNING
RIGHT FROM PILOT POSITION TO THE OFF POSITION.THE SAFETY INTERLOCK PREVENTS REIGNITION OF THE PILOT FLAME UNTIL THERMOCOUPLE HAS COOLED DOWN
SUFFICIENTLY(ELAPSED TIME WILL VARY BASED ON THERMOCOUPLE TYPE)
3.SWITCHING OFF THE REMOTE IS NOT NECCESARY.
THE SENSOR AND BATTERY HOLDER A INSERTED BENEATH THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE FIRE.TO
REPLACE BATTERIES ALLOW FIRE TO COOL FOR AT LEAST 30 MINUTES THEN PULL OUT
BATTERY HOLDER, THE COVER CAN SLIDE OFF AS ABOVE AND THE BATTERIES CAN BE
REPLACED.(USE ONLY LIKE FOR LIKE ALKALINE AA BATTERIES)
REPLACEMENT PARTS
BATTERY HOLDER AND SENSOR
GAS VALVE
REMOTE HANDSET
CRYSMERTIKHOLDER
CRYSMERTIKVALVE
CRYSMERTIKHANDSET
INSTALLATION INFORMATION
GAS SUPPLY: THE GAS CONNECTION CAN BE FROM EITHER THE LEFT OR RIGHT HAND SIDE OF THE
FIRE.ENSURE THAT THE GAS PIPE DOES NOT PREVENT THE REMOVAL OF THE BATTERY HOLDER AND
SENSOR OR ACCESS TO OPERATE THE GAS CONTROL KNOBS
MODIFIED TECHNICAL DATA
INJECTOR SIZES
SUPER HEATRAVE/SLIMLINE/RUBY/LAGOON CAT 82/460
SAPHIRE
CAT 82/420
JEWEL
CAT 82/500
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CLEANING
GENERAL INFORMATION.
BEFORE CLEANING ANY PART OF THE FIRE, ENSURE THAT THE GAS IS TURNED OFF AND THE FIRE IS
COLD.
BLACK PAINT. USE ONLY A CLEAN DAMP CLOTH. DO NOT USE ANY CLEANING AGENTS.
BRASS TRIM. USE BRASSO ENSURING THAT IT DOES NOT COME INTO CONTACT WITH THE BLACK
PAINT FINISH.
IMPORTANT. THE PAINT FINISH IS DURABLE AND HEAT RESISITANT, HOWEVER IT WILL BE
DAMAGED IF PLASTER, CEMENT OR WALLPAPER PASTE COMES INTO CONTACT WITH IT.
COALS AND CERAMICS. IF FOR ANY REASON IT IS NECESSARY TO REMOVE CERAMIC PARTS , THEN
BEFORE REPLACEMENT THE BURNER SHOULD BE CHECKED THAT NO PARTICLES HAVE DEPOSITED
ON THE BURNER. IF NECESSARY VACUUM THEM CAREFULLY, THEN REFER TO INSTRUCTIONS FOR
REPLACING CERAMICS. THE COAL EFFECT LAYOUT MUST NOT BE ALTERED AND ONLY THE PIECES
SUPPLIED MUST BE USED.
FRET INFORMATION
A STANDARD 16 “ FRET IS SUITABLE TO SIT IN FRONT OF THE HEATRAVE S/L , HOWEVER A MINIMUM
FREE AREA REQUIREMENT MUST BE MET AS SHOWN BELOW.
B
A
MINIMUM FREE AREA FOR AIRFLOW
ON ASH PAN COVER “A” = 30CM2
MINIMUM FREE AREA FOR AIR FLOW
ON FRET “ B “ = 30 CM2
USER REPLACEMENT PARTS
CERAMIC SET
BRASS TRIM
CRY001SU
CRY002SU
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FIG 2 TAPER
TO LIGHT WITH A TAPER TOWARDS PILOT
LIGHT AS SHOWN ABOVE WHILST FOLLOWING
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
COAL BED LAYOUT
PERIODICALLY SMALL DEPOSITS OF SOOT MAY GATHER ON THE COALS AND BURNER,
THIS MUST BE REMOVED BY REMOVING COALS, AND BRUSHING OR VACUUMING ANY
DEPOSITS, THEN COALS USING THE FOLLOWINGPROCEDURE.
fibre matrix pushes to
front of bracket
front fibre
main ceramic
matrix
front of
firetray
position of ceramic fibre base
FRONT FIBRE BASE AND MAIN BASE COME
PACKED IN BOX WITH FIRE
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JEWEL/SUPER HEATRAVE RANDOM PEBBLE AND
RANDOM BLACK FUEL PIECE LAYOUT (20)
FIRST 6 RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT ON TOP OF THE FRONT
FIBRE AS SHOWN,ENSURING
THEY DO NOT OVERHANG ON
TO THE BURNER.
THEY MAY HAVE TO BE
TWISTED TO FIT CORRECTLY
(SHOWN ON LEFT)
FIVE RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT BEHIND FRONT SIX AS
SHOWN ON RIGHT.
FOUR RANDOM FUEL PIECES
SIT BEHIND AGAIN AS
SHOWN ON LEFT
FINAL FIVE RANDOM FUEL
PIECES SIT BEHIND AGAIN
AS SHOWN ON RIGHT.
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MAIN COAL BED
BACK COALS POINTING FORWARD AND DOWN
FRONT COALS
LEFT COAL/AND CORRESPONDING
SIT ON FRONT COAL
RIGHT COAL AS FAR LEFT AND RIGHT
BASE 5 MM OFF THE MAIN
RESPECTIVELY,TURNED AS SHOWN IN DIAGRAM BURNER
AND PUSHED AS FAR UP INTO MAIN FIBRE BASE
FRONT
DOWN
BACK COALS FRONT AND DOWN AS SHOWN
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