Quadra-Fire CASTILE-CE-MBK Owner`s manual

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CASTILE & SANTA FE PELLET STOVE
Owner’s Manual
Installation and Operation
Models:
CASTILE-CE-MBK
SANTAFE-CE-MBK
CAUTION
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
• Importantoperatingand • Read,understandand • Leave this manual with
follow these instrucpartyresponsibleforuse
maintenance instructionsforsafeinstallaandoperation.
tionsincluded.
tionandoperation.
WARNING
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WARNING
Please read this entire manual
before installation and use of this
pellet fuel-burning room heater.
Failure to follow these instructions
could result in property damage,
bodily injury or even death.
• Donotstoreorusegasolineorotherflam-
mablevaporsandliquidsinthevicinityofthis
oranyotherappliance.
• Donotoverfire-Ifanyexternalpartstartsto
glow,youareoverfiring.Reducefeedrate.
Overfiringwillvoidyourwarranty.
• Complywithallminimumclearancestocombustiblesasspecified.Failuretocomplymay
causehousefire.
HOT SURFACES!
Glassandothersurfacesare
hotduringoperationAND
cooldown.
Hot glass will cause burns.
• Donottouchglassuntilitiscooled
• NEVERallowchildrentotouchglass
• Keepchildrenaway
• CAREFULLYSUPERVISEchildreninsameroom
asfireplace.
• Alert children and adults to hazards of high
temperatures.
High temperatures may ignite clothing or other
flammable materials.
• Keep clothing, furniture, draperies and other
flammablematerialsaway.
CAUTION
CAUTION
FuelType:WoodPellets,lessthan38mminlength,
6mmto8mmindiameter.
Checkbuildingcodespriortoinstallation.
• Alllocalregulations,includingthosereferringtonationaland
Europeanstandardsneedtobecompliedwithwheninstalling
theappliance.
• Consultlocalfireofficialsorauthoritieshavingjurisdiction
aboutrestrictions,installationinspection,andpermits.
Burningofanyothertypeoffuelvoidsyourwarranty.
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Hearth&HomeTechnologieswelcomesyoutoourtradition
of excellence! In choosing a Quadra-Fire appliance, you
haveourassuranceofcommitmenttoquality,durability,and
performance.
This commitment begins with our research of the market,
including ‘Voice of the Customer’ contacts, ensuring we
make products that will satisfy your needs. Our Research
and Development facility then employs the world’s most
advancedtechnologytoachievetheoptimumoperationof
ourstoves,insertsandfireplaces.Andyetweareold-fashionedwhenitcomestocraftsmanship.Eachunit ismeticulouslyfabricatedandsurfacesarehand-finishedforlasting
beautyandenjoyment.Ourpledgetoqualityiscompleted
aseachmodelundergoesaqualitycontrolinspection.
Wewishyouandyourfamilymanyyearsofenjoymentin
the warmth and comfort of your hearth appliance. Thank
youforchoosingQuadra-Fire.
NOTE: Consult insurance carrier, local building inspector, fire
officials or authorities having jurisdiction over restrictions,
installation inspection and permits.
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EN 14785 - 2006
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1445 North Highway - Colville, WA 99114 - USA
SANTA FE CE PELLET STOVE
Nominal heat output:
Puissance nominale:
Nominaal vermogen:
CO emission (at 13% O2):
Des émissions de CO (à 13% O2):
CO-uitstoot (bij 13% O2):
Efficiency:
Efficacité:
Efficiëntie:
Flue gas temperature:
Température des fumées:
Rookgastemperatuur:
Max electrical power supply:
Max approvisionnement électrique:
Max elektrische voeding:
Rated Voltage:
Tension nominale:
Nominale spanning:
Safety clearance distance (back):
Distance de dégagement de sécurité (retour):
Veiligheidsafstand afstand (terug):
Safety clearance distance (side):
Distance de dégagement de sécurité (côté):
Veiligheidsafstand afstand (zijde):
EN 14785 - 2006
Nominal heat output:
Puissance nominale:
Nominaal vermogen:
CO emission (at 13% O2):
Des émissions de CO (à 13% O2):
CO-uitstoot (bij 13% O2):
Efficiency:
Efficacité:
Efficiëntie:
Flue gas temperature:
Température des fumées:
Rookgastemperatuur:
Max electrical power supply:
Max approvisionnement électrique:
Max elektrische voeding:
Rated Voltage:
Tension nominale:
Nominale spanning:
Safety clearance distance (back):
Distance de dégagement de sécurité (retour):
Veiligheidsafstand afstand (terug):
Safety clearance distance (side):
Distance de dégagement de sécurité (côté):
Veiligheidsafstand afstand (zijde):
Max: 7,9 kW
Min: 3,0 kW
Max: 0,003%
Min: 0,008%
Max: 82,1%
Min: 77,5%
161°C
470 W
230 V - 50 Hz
50 mm
160 mm
Use only recommended fuels. Utilisez uniquement des combustibles
recommandés. Gebruik alleen aanbevolen brandstoffen.
Read and follow the operating instructions! Lisez et suivez les
instructions d'utilisation! Lees en volg de gebruiksaanwijzing!
SERIAL NO. / NUMÉRO DE SÉRIE / SERIENUMMER
Max: 7,9 kW
Min: 3,0 kW
Max: 0,003%
Min: 0,008%
Max: 82,1%
Min: 77,5%
161°C
470 W
230 V - 50 Hz
50 mm
160 mm
Use only recommended fuels. Utilisez uniquement des combustibles
recommandés. Gebruik alleen aanbevolen brandstoffen.
Read and follow the operating instructions! Lisez et suivez les
instructions d'utilisation! Lees en volg de gebruiksaanwijzing!
SERIAL NO. / NUMÉRO DE SÉRIE / SERIENUMMER
007030
007028
2011 2012 2013 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
2011 2012 2013 JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC
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Safety Alert Key:
• DANGER! Indicatesahazardoussituationwhich,ifnotavoidedwillresultindeathorseriousinjury.
• WARNING!Indicatesahazardoussituationwhich,ifnotavoidedcouldresultindeathorseriousinjury.
• CAUTION! Indicatesahazardoussituationwhich,ifnotavoided,couldresultinminorormoderateinjury.
• NOTICE:Indicatespracticeswhichmaycausedamagetotheapplianceortoproperty.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Congratulations...............................................................2
SampleofSafety/SerialNumerLabel.............................2
SafetyAlertKey...............................................................3
LimitedWarranty.............................................................4-5
Installer’s Guide
Section 5: Getting Started
Section 1: Listing and Code Approvals
A.
B.
C.
D.
ApplianceCertifications.....................................6
GlassSpecifications..........................................6
ElectricalRating................................................6
Specifications....................................................6
Section 2: Operating Instructions
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
I.
J.
K.
FireSafety.........................................................7-8
Combustible/Non-CombustibleMaterial............8
FuelMaterial&FuelStorage............................8
GeneralOperationInformation..........................9
BeforeYourFirstFire........................................9
FillingtheHopperwithFuel...............................9
StartingYourFirstFire......................................9-10
FireCharacteristics...........................................10
FlameHeightAdjustment(FeedRate)..............10
IgnitionCycles...................................................10
ClearSpace......................................................10
Section 3: Maintaining & Servicing Appliance
A.
B.
C.
D.
A. FrequentlyAskedQuestions.............................16
Design,Installation&Location
ConsiderationsandFloorSupport....................17
ThermostatLocation.........................................18
Tools&SuppliesNeeded..................................18
InspectApplianceandComponents.................18
Pre-BurnChecklist............................................18
A. ApplianceDimensions.......................................19
B. ClearancetoCombustibles...............................20
C. HearthProtection.............................................21
Section 7: Vent Information
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
VentingTerminationRequirements...................22
AvoidingSmokeandOdors..............................22-23
NegativePressure.............................................23
Draft..................................................................23
Chimney&ExhaustConnection.......................24
PelletVentingCharts........................................25
Section 8: Venting Systems
ProperShutdownProcedures...........................11
QuickReferenceMaintenanceChart................11
GeneralMaintenance&Cleaning.....................11-14
HighAshFuelContentMaintenance................15
Section 4: Troubleshooting for Homeowner
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
Section 6: Dimensions & Clearances
User’s Guide
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
Alcove...............................................................26
Vertical-Interior................................................27
ThroughtheWall&Vertical-External..............27
VerticalIntoExistingClassAChimney..............27
Masonry............................................................28
AlternateMasonry.............................................28
ThroughtheWall............................................... 29
Section 9: Appliance Set-Up
A. OutsideAirInstallation......................................30
B. LogSetPlacement(Optional)...........................31
C. ThermostatInstallation......................................31
ContactInformation.........................................................32
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Listing and Code Approvals
A. Appliance Certification
D. Specifications
Model
SantaFeorCastilePelletAppliance
Type
ResidentialSpaceheatingappliancefired
bywoodpellets
Standard
EN14785:2006
Hearth&HomeTechnologies
1445NorthHighway
Colville,WA99114
UnitedStates
2011
Distance to Adjacent Com- StandofftoRear:50mm
bustion Materials:
StandofftoSide:160mm
CO Concentration at 13%
Max:0.003
Min:0.030
Flue Gas Temperature:
161oC
*Thermal Output:
Max:6.3kW
Min:3.0kW
Energy Efficiency:
Max:75.1%
Min:75.0%
Heating Capacity:
220m2to350m2
Hopper Capacity:
18kg
Fuels:
WoodPellets,lessthan
38mminlength,6mmto
8mmindiameter
Shipping Weight:
109kg,add18kgwhen
thehopperisfull
B. Glass Specifications
Thisapplianceisequippedwith5mmceramicglass.Replace
glass only with 5mm ceramic glass. Please contact your
dealerforreplacementglass.
*Thermal output will vary, depending on the type of fuel
you use in your appliance. Consult your Quadra-Fire
dealerforbestresults.
C. Electrical Rating
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Hearth&HomeTechnologiesdisclaimsanyresponsibilityfor,andthewarrantyandagency
listingwillbevoidedbytheaboveactions.
230VAC,50Hz,Start2.80Amps,Run0.80Amps
NOTE: Some generator or battery back-up systems
may not be compatable with the micro-processor electronics on this appliance. Please consult the power
supply manufacturer for compatable systems.
NOTICE: Hearth&HomeTechnologies,manufacturer
ofthisappliance,reservestherighttoalteritsproducts,theirspecificationsand/orpricewithoutnotice.
DO NOT:
• Installoroperatedamagedappliance
• Modifyappliance
• Useasanincineratororanyotherdifferentwayfrom
whichitwasconceived
• Install other than as instructed by Hearth & Home
Technologies
• Operate the appliance without fully assembling all
components
• Overfire
• Install any component not approved by Hearth &
HomeTechnologies
• InstallpartsorcomponentsnotListedorapproved.
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service or
maintenancecancauseinjuryorpropertydamage.
Forassistanceoradditionalinformation,consultaqualified
installer,serviceagencyoryourdealer.
Quadra-Fire is a registered trademark of Hearth &
Home Technologies
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User’s Guide
Operating Instructions
WARNING
HOT SURFACES!
GlassandothersurfacesarehotduringoperationANDcooldown.
Hot glass will cause burns.
• Donottouchglassuntilitiscooled
• NEVERallowchildrentotouchglass
• Keepchildrenaway
• CAREFULLYSUPERVISEchildreninsameroomasappliance.
• Alertchildrenandadultstohazardsofhightemperatures.
High temperatures may ignite clothing or other flammable materials.
• Keepclothing,furniture,draperiesandotherflammablematerialsaway.
WARNING! Do not operate appliance before reading and
understanding the operating instructions in the Owner’s
Manual. Failure to operate appliance according to operating
instructions could cause fire or injury.
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A. Fire Safety
Clinkers
To provide reasonable fire safety, the following should be
givenseriousconsideration:
Mineralsandothernon-combustiblematerialssuchassand
willturnintoahard,glass-likesubstancecalledaclinkerwhen
heatedinthefirepot.
• InstallatleastonesmokedetectorandCOmonitoroneach
floorofyourhome.
• Locatedetectorsawayfromtheheatingapplianceandclose
tothesleepingareas.
• Follow the detector’s manufacturer’s placement and
installationinstructionsandmaintainregularly.
• Convenientlylocateafireextinguishertocontendwithsmall
fires.
• Intheeventofahopperfire:
• Evacutethehouseimmediately.
• Notifyfiredepartment.
B. Combustible/Non-Combustible Materials
• Combustible Material
Material made of or surfaced with wood, compressed
paper, plant fibers, plastics, or any material capable
of igniting and burning, whether flame-proofed or not,
plasteredorunplastered.
• Non-combustible Material
Materialwhichwillnotigniteandburn.Suchmaterialsare
those consisting entirely of steel, iron, brick, tile, slate,
glassorplasters,oranycombinationthereof.
Treesfromdifferentareaswillvaryinmineralcontent.That
iswhysomefuelsproducemoreclinkersthanothers.
Moisture
Alwaysburndryfuel.Burningfuelwithhighmoisturecontent
takes heat from the fuel and tends to cool the appliance,
robbingheatfromyourhome.Damppelletfuelcanclogthe
feedsystem.
Size
• Pelletsareeither6or8mmindiameter
• Lengthshouldbenomorethat38mm
• Pellet lengths can vary from lot to lot from the same
manufacturer
• Duetolengthvariations,theflameheight(feedrate)may
needadjustingoccasionally.Seepage 10 forinstructions.
Performance
• Higherashcontentrequirestheashdrawertobeemptied
morefrequently
• Hardwoodsrequiremoreairtoburnproperly
• Premiumwoodpelletsproducethehighestheatoutput.
• Burningpelletslongerthan38mmcancauseaninconsistent
fuelfeedrateand/ormissedignitions.
CAUTION! Testedandapprovedforwoodpellets.Burning
ofanyothertypeoffuelvoidsyourwarranty.
• FirestopNon-combustible Sealant Material
Sealantswhichwillnotigniteandburn.
Storage
C. Fuel Material and Fuel Storage
Pelletfuelqualitycangreatlyfluctuate.Werecommendthat
youbuyfuelinmulti-tonlotswheneverpossible.However,
wedorecommendtryingvariousbrandsbeforepurchasing
multi-tonlotstoensureyoursatisfaction.
FuelMaterial
• Woodpelletsshouldbeleftintheiroriginalsealedbaguntil
usingtopreventmoistureabsorption.
• Do not store any pellet fuel within the clearance
requirements or in an area that would hinder routine
cleaningandmaintenance.
• Madefromsawdustorwoodby-products
• Dependingonthesourcematerialitmayhaveahighor
lowashcontent.
HigherAshContentMaterial
• Hardwoodswithahighmineralcontent
• Fuelthatcontainsbark
• Standardgradepelletsandhighashpellets
LowerAshContentMaterial
• Softwoods
• Fuelswithlowmineralcontent
• Premiumgradepellets
CAUTION! Do not burn fuel that contains an additive;
(such as soybean oil).
• Maycausehopperfires
• Damagetoproductmayresult
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D. General Operating Information
E. Before Your First Fire
1. Thermostat Calls For Heat
1. First, make sure your appliance has been properly
installedandthatallsafetyrequirementshavebeenmet.
Payparticularattentiontothefireprotection,ventingand
thermostatinstallationinstructions.
The appliance is like most modern furnaces; when the
thermostatcallsforheat,yourappliancewill automatically
lightanddeliverheat.Whentheroomisuptotemperature
andthethermostatissatisfied,theredcalllightwillgooff
andtheappliancewillshutdown.
2. Heat Output Controls
Thisapplianceisequippedwithaheatoutputcontrolswitch
thathasthreesettingsorburnrates;low,mediumandhigh.
Theappliancewillturnonandoffasthethermostatdemands.
Whenthethermostatcallsforheat,theappliancewillstart
upattheburnrateforwhichitisset.Iftheapplianceisset
atoneofthelowersettings,itwillrunquieterbuttakelonger
toheatupanareathanifitweresetatahigherburnrate.
Regardlessoftheburnrate,whentheareaiswarmenough
tosatisfythethermostat,theappliancewillshutoff.
Heat Output Switch
3. Closethefrontdoor.
IMPORTANT DETAIL: The tip of the thermocouple must
be in contact with the inside end of the thermocouple
cover or missed ignitions can occur.
F. Filling the Hopper with Fuel
1. Openthehopperlidandpullthelidtowardsyou.Thelid
cannowserveasashelftosupportthebagoffuel.
2. Donotoverfillthehopper.Thelidmustbecompletely
closedtomaintainpropervacuumandforthefeedmotor
to operate. An error message will appear on the wall
controlifthelidisnotproperlyclosed.
3. Remove any sawdust or fuel from the lid gasket after
refillinghopper.
4. Donotleaveanypartofthefuelbagontheappliance
afterrefillinghopper.
High
Med
Low
5. Storefuelawayfromtheappliancetomaintainproper
safeairclearancetocombustibles.
Reset
Button
G. Starting Your First Fire
Reset Button
1. A thermostat is required for proper operation of this
appliance.Atthistime,fillthehopperwithpellets,set
thethermostattoitslowestsetting.Plugthepowercord
intonearbyoutlet.
On/Off Switch
Figure 9.1
2. The exhaust blower will stay on for approximately 18
minutes even though the thermostat is not calling for
heat.Thisisnormal.
WARNING
3. Locate the heat output control switch mounted on the
backoftheapplianceintheupperrightcorner.Figure
9.1. Turnittothe“high” setting bypushing thetopof
thecontrolswitchinandthenadjustthethermostattoits
highestsetting.Removetherightsidepanelandthered
calllightlocatedtotheleftofthecontrolboxwillbeon.
Figure 10.1.Thisindicatesthethermostatiscallingfor
heat.
FireHazard.
Keepcombustiblematerials,gasoline
andotherflammablevaporsandliquids
clearofappliance.
• DoNOTstoreflammablematerialsintheappliance’s
vicinity.
• DONOTUSEGASOLINE,LANTERNFUEL,
KEROSENE,CHARCOALLIGHTERFLUIDOR
SIMILARLIQUIDSTOSTARTOR“FRESHENUP”A
FIREINTHISHEATER.
4. Thefuelfeedsystemandtheignitershouldnowbeon.
• DONOTBURNGARBAGEORFLAMMABLEFLUIDS
SUCHASGASOLINE,NAPHTHAORENGINEOIL.
• DONOTUSECHEMICALSOFFLUIDSTOSTART
THEFIRE.
• Keepallsuchliquidswellawayfromtheheaterwhileit
isinuse.
• Combustiblematerialsmayignite.
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2. Doublecheckthattheashdrawerandfireboxareempty!
5. Foryourfirstfireitwillbenecessarytopressthereset
buttononceapproximately2minutesafterstartupand
againin5minutes.Thiswillfillthefeedsystemandallow
theappliancetobegindroppingpellets.Theappliance
willcontinuetorunaslongasthethermostatiscalling
forheat.
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J. Iginition Cycles
6. Oncetheappliancehasignited,letitburnforapproximately
15minutes,thensetthethermostattothedesiredroom 1. Atthebeginningofeachignitioncycle,itisnormaltosee
temperature.Adjusttheheatoutputcontrolswitchtothe
somesmokeinthefirebox.Thesmokewillstoponcethe
desiredsetting.
firestarts.
2. Theconvectionblowerwillautomaticallyturnonafteryour
appliancehasbeenburningforapproximately10minutes.
Thisblowertransfersheatfromyourapplianceintothe
room, and will continue to run after the thermostat has
stopped calling for heat until the appliance has cooled
down.
Red Call Light
3. Occasionallytheappliancemayrunoutoffuelandshut
itselfdown.Whenthishappens,theredcalllightwillbe
on. Figure 10.1.Torestartit,fillthehopperandpressthe
resetbutton.See Figure 9.1 on page 9.Whenyoupress
Figure 10.1
theresetbuttontheredcalllightwillgoout.Releasethe
buttonandthelightwillcomebackon.Youshouldsee
H. Fire Characteristics
afireshortly.Ifnot,followtheinstructionsonpage 9of
Aproperlyadjustedfirewiththeheatoutputcontrolswitch
“StartingYourFirstFire”.
seton“high”hasashortactiveflamepatternthatextends
outofthefirepotapproximately102mm.Ifthefirehastall
flameswithblacktailsandseemssomewhatlazy,thefeed
WARNING
ratewillneedtobereduced.Thisisdonebyslidingthefuel
FireRisk
adjustmentcontrolroddown,whichwillreducethefeed.If
DoNOToperateappliance:
thefireisnot102mmtall,slidethefueladjustmentcontrol
• Withappliancedooropen.
roduptoincreasethefeed.Amediumandlowsettingwill
• Firepot floor open.
giveashorterflame.Theflamewillriseandfallsomewhat.
• Cleaningslideplatesopen.
Thisisnormal.
DoNOTstorefuel:
• Closerthanrequiredclearancestocombustiblestoappliance
• Withinspacerequiredforloadingorash
removal.
I. Feed Rate Adjustment Instructions
Thefeedadjustmentcontrolrodisfactoryset,andshould
beadequateformostfuels.However,iftheflameheightis
toohighortoolow,youwillneedtoadjustthefeedrate.Wait
untiltheappliancehasbeenburningfor15minutesbefore
making your adjustments and allow 15 minutes for feed
adjustmenttotakeeffect.
1. Loosen the set screw 1/4 to 1/2 turn during set-up
of appliance. This will allow movement of the feed
adjustmentcontrolrod.Donotre-tightensetscrew.
2.Loosenthewingnut.
3.Adjustthefeedadjustmentcontrolrodupwardtowardsthe
"+"symboltoincreasethefeedrateandflameheightor
downtowardsthe"-"symbol,todecreasethefeedrate
andflameheight.Figure 10.2.
4.Re-tightenthewingnut.
Feed Adjustment Control Rod
Wing Nut
Set Screw
Figure 10.2
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K. Clear Space
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE! DoNOTplacecombustible
objectsinfrontoftheappliance.Hightemperaturesmay
igniteclothing,furnitureordraperies.Maintainaminimum
clearanceof914mminfrontofappliance.
Mantel: Avoid placing candles and other heat-sensitive
objects on mantel or hearth. Heat may damage these
objects.
NOTICE: Clearancesmayonlybereducedbymeansapprovedbytheregulatoryauthorityhavingjurisdiction.
WARNING! RISK OF FIRE! Keepcombustiblematerials,
gasolineandotherflammablevaporsandliquidsclearof
appliance.
• DoNOTstoreflammablematerialsintheappliance’s
vicinity.
• DoNOTusegasoline,lanternfuel,kerosene,charcoal
lighterfluidorsimilarliquidstostartor“freshenup”afire
inthisheater.
Keepallsuchliquidswellawayfromtheheaterwhileitisin
useascombustiblematerialsmayignite.
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Maintaining & Servicing Your Appliance
A. Proper Shutdown Procedure
C. General Maintenance
1. Types of Fuel
Dependingonthetypeoffuelyouareburningwilldictate
howoftenyouhavetocleanyourfirepot.
CAUTION
Shock and Smoke Hazard
• Turndownthermostat,letappliancecompletely
coolandexhaustblowermustbeoff.Nowyou
canunplugappliancebeforeservicing.
• Smokespillageintoroomcanoccurifappliance
isnotcoolbeforeunplugging.
• Riskofshockifappliancenotunpluggedbefore
servicingappliance.
Ifthefuelyouareburninghasahighdirtorashcontentit
maybenecessarytocleanthefirepotmorethanonceaday.
Dirtyfuelwillcauseclinkerstoforminthefirepot.Aclinker
is formed when dirt, ash or a non-burnable substance is
heatedto1093°Candbecomesglass-like.Seepage 16in
thissectionformoredetailsonfuelswithhighashcontent.
Follow the detailed instructions found in this
section for each step listed as referenced in the
chart below.
Clinker
B. Quick Reference Maintenance Chart
Cleaning or Inspection
Figure `12.1 - Clinker
Frequency
Daily Weekly Monthly
AshPan
Every5bagsoffuelormorefrequentlydependingonthefueltypeor
ashbuild-up
OR
X
AshRemovalfromFirebox
Every5bagsormorefrequently
dependingonthefueltypeorash
build-up
OR
X
BeneathHeatExchanger
Every1tonoffuel
OR
Blower,Combustion(Exhaust)
Morefrequentlydependingonthefuel OR
type
Blower,Convection
25bagsormorefrequentlydepending OR
onoperatingenvironment.
X
DoorLatchInspection
Priortoheatingseason
OR
X
ExhaustPath
25bagsormorefrequentlydepending OR
onashbuild-up
X
Yearly
X
X
Firebox-PrepareforNon-BurnSeason
Atendofheatingseason
OR
Firepot-Burningpellets-hardwood
Every3bags
OR
X
X
Firepot-Burningpellets-softwood
Every5bags
OR
X
Glass
Whenclearviewoffirepotbecomes
obscure
OR
X
HeatExchanger&DropTube
Every15bags
OR
X
Hopper
Every50bagsoffuelorwhenchangingfueltypes
OR
TopVentAdapter
Morefrequentlydependingonthefuel OR
typeorashbuild-up
X
VentingSystem
Morefrequentlydependingonthefuel OR
type
X
X
NOTICE: Thesearerecommendations.Cleanmorefrequentlyifyouencounterheavybuild-upof
ashattherecommendedintervaloryouseesootcomingfromthevent.Not properly
cleaning your appliance on a regular basis will void your warranty.
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2. Cleaning Firepot with Cleaning Rod & Firepot
Clean-Out Tool
4. Cleaning Ash Pan/Drawer
•
•
•
Frequency:Dailyormoreoftenasneeded
By:Homeowner
a.Theappliancemustbeincompleteshutdownandcool
andtheexhaustbloweroff.Ifyouarejustcleaningthe
firepot,thereisnoneedtounplugtheappliance.
b.PullfirepotcleaningrodOUTacoupleoftimestohelp
shake debris loose. If rod is hard to pull, it may be
necessary to use your firepot clean-out tool to chip
awaymaterialthathasbuiltuponthebottomplateof
thefirepotandtopushoutanyclinkers.Largerclinkers
mayhavetoberemovedfromthetopofthefirepot.
Frequency:Every5bagsorweeklyormorefrequentlydependingonashbuild-up.
By:Homeowner
•
Locatetheashpan/drawerunderneaththefirepot.Open
thebottomashdoorandslidetheashpanstraightout.
Emptyintoanon-combustiblecontainerandre-install
ashpan/drawer.See Disposal of Ashes.
5. Disposal of Ashes
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•
Frequency:Asneeded
By:Homeowner
Ashes should be placed in a metal container with a
tight-fittinglid.Theclosedcontainerofashesshould
beplacedonanon-combustiblefloororontheground,
wellawayfromallcombustiblematerials,pendingfinal
disposal.
c.The firepot floor plate must be fully closed when
finished.
WARNING
Iftheashesaredisposedofbyburialinsoilorotherwise
locally dispersed, they should be retained in the
closedcontaineruntilallcindershavebeenthoroughly
cooled.
Fire Risk
• NEVERpullfirepotcleaningrodorcleaning
slideplatesoutwhenapplianceisoperating.
• Thecleaningslideplatesmustbefully
CLOSEDwhenapplianceisoperating.
WARNING
•.Hotpelletsmayfallintoashpanandstartafire
ormis-startsduetolackofvacuum.
DisposalofAshes
• Ashes should be placed in metal container
withtightfittinglid.
• Ashesshouldberetainedinclosedcontainer
untilallcindershavethoroughlycooled.
3. Ash Removal from Firebox
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Frequency:Weeklyorevery5bagsormorefrequentlydependingonashbuild-up.
By:Homeowner
a.Theremustnotbeanyhotashesinthefireboxduring
cleaning so allow the appliance to completely cool.
The firebox ash should be removed every time the
exhaustpathiscleaned.Frequentcleaningoftheash
inthefireboxwillhelpslowdownthebuild-upofash
intheexhaustblowerandventsystem.
b.Plug in your appliance, if unplugged, and turn the
thermostatonandimmediatleyshutitofftostartthe
exhaustbloweronitscycletime.Itwillpullflyashout
theexhaustinsteadofintotheroom.
c.Opencasthingedface.Directlyunderneaththefirebox
doorandtotheleftandrightofthefirepotare2cleaning
slideplateswithfingerholes.Pullbothslideplatesout
andthenopentheglassdoor.Sweeptheremaining
ash from the firebox into the 2 open holes. A paint
brushworkswellforthis.Closeslideplates.
d.Thisashisdepositedinthesameashpanasthefirepot
debris.Theashpanshouldbeemptiedeverytimeyou
cleanthefirebox.Remembertoplacetheashand
debrisintoametalornoncombustiblecontainer.
e.The2cleaningslideplatesmustbefullyclosedwhen
cleaningiscomplete.See Disposal of Ashes.
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6. Cleaning Beneath Heat Exchanger
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Frequency:Monthlyorafterburning1tonoffuel
By:Homeowner
a. Besuretheapplianceisallowedtocool,hasbeen
unpluggedandtheexhaustblowerisoff
b. Amorethoroughcleaningisneededtoremovethe
excess ash that is left behind from the use of the
cleaningrodsfortheheatexchangertubes.
c. Theashwillberestingonthebackofthebaffle.This
willrequireremovingthecastbaffle.
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7. Cleaning Heat Exchanger Chambers & Drop Tube
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Frequency:Weeklyorevery15bagsormorefre
quentlydependingonashbuild-up
By:Homeowner
WARNING
Heatexchangercleaningrodsmaybewarm
tothetouch.Forsafetypurposeswear
gloves.
9. Cleaning the Exhaust Path
•
•
Frequency:Every25bagsormonthlyormorefre
quentlydependingonashbuild-up.
By:Homeowner
a.Appliancemustbecompletelycool.
b. Open cast hinge face. Remove baffle and right
brickandthoroughlyvacuumtheareaandcontinue
throughouttherestofthefirebox.
c. Replacerightbrickandbaffleandclosecasthinge
face.
Donotpullheatexchangercleaningrods
whileapplianceisoperating.
PushcleaningrodsINwhendone,DONOT
leavecleaningrodsOUT.Injurycanoccur.
The amount of ash buildup in the firepot will be a good
guide to determine how often you should clean the heat
exchangers.
a.Allow the appliance to completely cool down before
pullingthecleaningrods. Turnthethermostatonand
thenimmediatelyofftostarttheexhaustbloweronits
cycletime.Itwillpullflyashouttheexhaustinstead
ofintotheroom.
b. Locatethe2exposedrodsdirectlyunderneaththeheat
exchangertubes.Figure 14.1.
c.To clean, pull the rods straight out until it stops,
approximately203mm.SlidetherodsOUTandINa
coupleoftimes.
Vacuum inside
Exhaust Venting
Figure 14.2
10. Cleaning the Hopper
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•
Frequency:Monthlyorafterburning50bagsoffuel
By:Homeowner
10 Heat Exchanger Tubes
Afterburningapproximately1tonoffuelyouwillneed
tocleanthehoppertopreventsawdustbuild-up.
A combination of sawdust and pellets on the auger
reducestheamountoffuelsupplytothefirepot.This
canresultinnuisanceshutdownsandmis-starts.
a. The appliance must be in complete shutdown.
Allowtheappliancetocompletelycooldown.
Cleaning
Rods
Figure 14.1
8. Door Latch Inspection
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Frequency:Priortoheatingseasonormonthlyduring
heatingseason
By:Homeowner
b. Emptythehopperofanyremainingpellets.
c. Vacuumthehopperandfeedtube.
NOTE: Hearth & Home Technologies recommends to
use a heavy duty vacuum cleaner specifically
designed for solid fuel appliance cleaning.
Thedoorlatchisnon-adjustablebutthegasketingbetween
theglassandfireboxshouldbeinspectedperiodicallytomake
surethereisagoodseal.
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11. Soot and Fly Ash: Formation & Need for Removal
in Exhaust Venting System.
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13. Cleaning Exhaust Blower - Requires No Lubrication
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•
Frequency:Yearlyormorefrequentlydependingon
ashbuild-up.
By:QualifiedServiceTechnician/Homeowner
14. Cleaning Convection Blower - Requires No
Lubrication
Be sure the appliance is allowed to cool, has been
unpluggedandtheexhaustblowerisoff.
•
The products of combustion will contain small particles
offlyash.Theflyashwillcollectintheexhaustventing
systemandrestricttheflowofthefluegases.
At start-up if there is incomplete combustion, or if there
is a shutdown or incorrect operation of the appliance it
will lead to some soot formation. This will collect in the
exhaustventingsystem.
Frequency:Yearlyorasneeded
By:QualifiedServiceTechnician
Task: Contact your local dealer
Frequency:Yearlyorevery25bagsormorefre
quentlydependingonoperatingenvironment
By:QualifiedServiceTechnician
Task: Contact your local dealer.
•
•
15.
Theventing(chimney)systemmayneedtobecleanedat
leastonceayearormoreoftendependinguponthequalityofyourfuelorifthereisalotofhorizontalpipesections.
Ashwillbuildupmorequicklyinthehorizontalsections.
12. Cleaning the Glass
•
•
a.Appliance must be completely cool before cleaning
glass.
b. Vacuumflyashfromglassanddoorrope.
c.Useadamppapertoweloranynon-abrasiveglass
cleaner.Wipeoffwithdrytowel.
a.
Theappliancemustbeincompleteshutdownandthe
exhaustblowershouldbeoff.Allowtheapplianceto
completelycooldown.
b.
Openthecleanoutcover. Figure 15.1.
c.
Sweepoutanyashbuild-up.
NOTE: Hearth & Home Technologies recommends to
use a heavy duty vacuum cleaner specifically
designed for solid fuel appliance cleaning.
Frequency:Whenclearviewofthefirepotbecomes
obscure
By:Homeowner
Cleaning the Top Vent Adapter
Clean-Out Cover
CAUTION
Clean-Out Cover
Handleglassassemblywithcare.
Figure 15.1
When cleaning glass:
• Avoidstriking,scratchingor
slammingglass.
• DoNOTcleanglasswhenhot.
16. Preparing Firebox for Non-Burn Season
•
•
• DoNOTuseabrasivecleaners.
• Refertomaintenanceinstructions.
WARNING
Frequency:Yearlyattheendoftheheatingseason
By:Homeowner
a.Be sure the appliance is allowed to cool, has been
unpluggedandtheexhaustblowerisoff.
b.Removeallashfromthefireboxandvacuumthoroughly.
c. Paintallexposedsteel,includingcast-iron.
Handleglasswithcare.
• Inspectthegaskettoensureitis
undamaged.
• DoNOTstrike,slamorscratchglass.
• DoNOToperateappliancewithglass
assemblyremoved.
• DoNOToperatewithglasscracked,brokenor
scratched.
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• UsetheTouch-Uppaintsuppliedwiththeappliance;
or;
• Purchasepaintfromyourlocaldealer.
• Mustuseahigh-temperaturepaintmadespecificiallyforheatingappliances.
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D. High Ash Fuel Content Maintenance
•
•
Frequency:Asneeded
By:Homeowner
Thisconditionmakestheappliancesusceptibletooverfilling
thefirepotwithpelletswhichmayresultinsmoking,sooting
andpossiblehopperfires.Figure 16.1showsanexample
wherethefirepotoverfills,pelletsbackupintothefeedtube
andashhasaccumulatedinthefirebox.
Pellets Back Up
In Feed Tube
Firepot Overfills
Poorqualitypelletfuel,orlackofmaintenance,cancreate
conditions that make the firepot fill quickly with ashes and
clinkers.
Ash Build Up in Firebox
Figure 16.1
Aninefficientandnon-economicalmethodofburningoffuel
causedbypoorqualitypelletfuelisshownin Figure 16.2. The correct flame size when good quality, premium pellet
fuelisburnedisshowninFigure 16.3.
Incorrect
If the ash buildup exceeds the half way point in the firepot
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION AND CLEANING IS REQUIRED.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
• High ash fuels, or lack of maintenance, can
cause the firepot to overfill. Follow proper
shutdown procedure if ash buildup exceeds
half way point in firepot.
Tall, Lazy Flame, Orange in Color
• Failure to do so could result in smoking,
sooting and possible hopper fires.
Figure 16.2
Correct
Correct Flame Size, Yellow/White in Color
Figure 16.3
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Troubleshooting for Homeowner
A. Frequently Asked Questions
ISSUES
SOLUTIONS
1. Metallicnoise.
1. Noiseiscausedbymetalexpandingandcontractingas
itheatsupandcoolsdown,similartothesoundproducedbyafurnaceorheatingduct.Thisnoisedoesnot
affecttheoperationorlongevityofyourappliance.
2. Whiteashbuilduponglass.
2. Thisisnormal.Cleantheglassusinganynon-abrasive
glasscleaner.
3. Glasshasbuildupofblacksoot
3. Excessivebuild-upofash.Seesolution#4.Thelower
burnsettingswillproducemoreash,thehigherburn
settingsproduceless.Themoreitburnsonlowthe
morefrequentcleaningoftheglassisrequired.
4. Glasshasturneddirty.
3. Excessivebuildupofash.Thelowerburnsettingswill
producemoreash,thehigherburnsettingsproduce
less.Themoreitburnsonlowthemorefrequentcleaningoftheglassisrequired.
5. Firehastallflameswithblacktailsandislazy.
4. Thefeedrateneedstobereducedorthefirepotneeds
cleaning.Heatexchangerorexhaustblowerneeds
cleaning.
6. Smokeystart-uporpuffsofsmokefromtheairwash. 5. Eitherthefirepotisdirtyorthereistoomuchfuelat
start-upandnotenoughair.Closedownfeedrate1/4
(6mm)inchatatimeuntilthisnolongerhappens.
6. Largeflameatstart-up.
6. Thisisnormal.Flamewillsettledownoncethefireis
established.
NOTICE: Odorsandvaporsarereleasedduringinitialoperationduetothecuringofhightemperaturepaint.Openwindowsforaircirculation.Odorsmaybeirritatingtosensitiveindividuals.
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Installer’s Guide
A. Design, Installation & Location Considerations
Sincepelletexhaustcancontainash,sootorsparks,you
mustconsiderthelocationof:
1. Appliance Location
•
•
•
•
•
•
NOTICE: Checkbuildingcodespriortoinstallation.
• Installation MUST comply with all local building codes
andregulationsincludingthosereferringtonationaland
Europeanstandards.
• Consult insurance carrier, local building inspector, fire
officialsorauthoritieshavingjurisdictionoverrestrictions,
installationinspectionandpermits.
Itisagoodideatoplanyourinstallationonpaper,usingexact
measurements for clearances and floor protection, before
actuallybeginningtheinstallation.Locationoftheappliance
andchimneywillaffectperformance.
Considerationmustbegivento:
• Safety,convenience,trafficflow
• Placementofthechimneyandchimneyconnectorandto
minimizetheuseofchimneyoffsets.
• Placetheappliancewheretherewillbeaclearpassage
foraListedchimneythroughtheceilingandroof(vertical)orthroughexteriorwall(horizontal).
• Installingtherequiredoutsideairkitwillaffectthelocationoftheventtermination.
Recommended Location:
• Above peak
Windows
AirIntakes
AirConditioner
Overhang,soffits,porchroofs,adjacentwalls
Landscaping,vegetation
Horizontalorverticalventtermination
Whenlocatingventandventingtermination,theideallocationistoventaboverooflinewhenpossible.Thisminimizestheaffectsofwindloading.
2. Floor Support
The supporting floor under the appliance must be able
to handle the weight of the appliance, fuel load and the
weightofthechimney.
Ensurethatyourfloorwillsuporttheseweightspriortoinstallation. Add sufficient additional support to meet this
weightrequirmentpriortoinstallation.Theweightofthis
appliance is109kgandwithafullhopperoffuelweighing
18kg,thetotalfortheapplianceandfuelis137kg.
WARNING! Risk of Fire Damagedpartscouldimpairsafe
operation.DoNOTinstalldamaged,incompleteorsubstitute
components.
Recommended Location:
• Above peak
• Inside heated space
Marginal Location:
• Wind loading possible
Marginal Location:
• Below peak
Location NOT recommended:
• Not the highest point of the roof
• Wind loading possible
Recommended:
• Insulated exterior chase
in cooler climates
Location NOT recommended:
• Too close to tree
• Below adjacent structure
• Lower roof line
• Avoid outside wall
Windward
Leeward
Recommended:
Outside Air Intake
on windward side
Multi-level Roofs
NOT recommended:
Outside Air Intake
on leeward side
Figure 18.1
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B. Thermostat Location
E. Pre-Burn Check List
The thermostat’s location will have some effect on the
appliance’soperation.
1.
Whenthethermostatislocatedclosetotheappliance,itmay
requireaslightlyhighertemperaturesettingtokeeptherest
ofthehousecomfortable.
Placetheapplianceinalocationnearthe
finalinstallationareaandfollowtheproceduresbelow:
2.
Opentheapplianceandremovealltheparts
and articles packed inside the Component
Pack.Inspectallthepartsandglassforshippingdamage.Contactyourdealerifanyirregularitiesarenoticed.
3.
All safety warnings have been read and followed.
4.
ThisOwner’sManualhasbeenread.
5.
Floorprotectionrequirementshavebeenmet.
6.
Ventingisproperlyinstalled.
7.
Theproperclearancesfromtheapplianceand
chimney to combustible materials have been
met.
8.
Themasonrychimneyisinspectedbyaprofessional and is clean, or the factory built metal
chimneyisinstalledaccordingtothemanufacturer’sinstructionsandclearances.
9.
The chimney meets the required minimum
height.
10.
All labels have been removed from the glass
door.
D. Inspect Appliance and Components
11.
Plated surfaces have been wiped clean, if
applicable.
WARNING! Risk of Fire! Damagedpartscouldimpairsafe
operation.DoNOTinstalldamaged,incompleteorsubstitute
components.
12.
Thermostatorremotehasbeeninstalled.
13.
Apoweroutletisavailablenearby.
If the thermostat location is in an adjacent room or on a
differentfloorlevel,youwillnoticehighertemperaturesnear
theappliance.
C. Tools And Supplies Needed
Tools and building supplies normally required for installation.
ReciprocatingSaw
Hammer
PhillipsScrewdriver
TapeMeasure
PlumbLine
Level
FramingMaterial
Hi-tempCaulkingMaterial
Gloves
SafetyGlasses
7/16inchSocketWrench
(or10mm6ptor11mm6
ptsocket)
FramingSquare
ElectricDrill&Bits
Self-TappingScrews
OutsideAirRequired
ClassLorPLPelletVent
Mayalsoneed:
VentSupportStraps
• Opentheapplianceandremoveallthepartsandarticles
packedinsidetheComponentPack.Inspectalltheparts
andglassforshippingdamage.
• Reporttoyourdealeranypartsdamagedinshipment.
• Alllabelshavebeenremovedfromtheglassdoor.
• Platedsurfaceshavebeenwipedcleanwithasoftcloth,
if applicable.
•
Read all the instructions before starting the installation.
Follow these instructions carefully during the
installation to ensure maximum safety and benefit.
•
Follow pipe manufacturer instructions for installation
and air clearance requirments.
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Dimensions and Clearances
A. Appliance Dimensions
658mm
609mm
305mm
324mm
540mm
626mm
Figure 20.1 - Top View
Figure 20.5 - Top View
729mm
725mm
Figure 20.2- Front View
609mm
Figure 20.6- Front View
582mm
426mm
431mm
Figure 20.3 -Side View
715mm
653mm
405mm
708mm
95mm
76mm
126mm
Figure 20.7 -Side View
64mm
73mm
730mm
683mm
414mm
Figure 20.4 - Side View with Top Vent Adapter
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B. Clearances to Combustibles
A
Alcove Installation
C
B
Millimeters
MinimumAlcoveHeight
1092
MinimumAlcoveSideWall
152
MinimumAlcoveWidth
965
MaximumAlcoveDepth
914
C
I
Straight Back Against Wall
A BackWalltoAppliance
B SideWalltoAppliance
Millimeters
Corner Installation
C WallstoAppliance
Millimeters
I
J
50
160
50
Installations with:
76mm to 76mm Top Vent Adapter and
76mm to 152mm Offset Adapter
D
CL
CL
Dimension to Corner
I FlueCenterLine(Santa
Millimeters
J BackofTopVentAdapter
232
Fe/Castile)
F
J
WARNING
FireRisk.
Complywithallminimumclearancesto
combustiblesasspecified.
H
G
217/264
Failuretocomplymaycausehousefire.
E
G
Vertical Installation
D BackWalltoFluePipe
SideWalltoCastTop
E
BackWalltoAppliance
F
Millimeters
Corner Installation
G WallstoAppliance
H SideWalltoFluePipe
Millimeters
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NOTE:
• IllustrationsreflecttypicalinstallationsandareFOR
DESIGNPURPOSESONLY.
• Illustrations/diagramsarenotdrawntoscale.
• Actualinstallationmayvaryduetoindividualdesign
preference.
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C. Hearth Pad Requirements
If the current flooring is made from wood, provide
adequate surface protection according to the current
nationalstandards..
L*
Must extend 51mm beyond each side of
pipe (shaded area)
K
K
Figure 22.3
M
Figure 22.1
L*
K
K
Must extend 2 inches (51mm) beyond each
side of pipe (shaded area)
Figure 22.4
M
Figure 22.2
Recommended Hearth Pad Requirements
Hearth Pad Requirements
K Sides
L* Back
M Front
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Millimeters
50
50
152
Exception for Horizontal Installations:
A non-combustible floor protection extending beneath the
fluepipeisrequiredwithhorizontalventingorunderthetop
ventadapterwithverticalinstallation. Figure 22.3 & Figure
22.4.
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Vent Information
A. Venting Termination Requirements
B. Avoiding Smoke and Odors
CAUTION
Do not terminate ventinanyenclosedorsemi-enclosed
areasuchasacarport,garage,attic,crawlspace,undera
sundeckorporch,narrowwalkwayorcloselyfencedarea,
oranylocationthatcanbuildupaconcentrationoffumes
suchasastairwell,coveredbreezeway,etc.
1. Terminationmustexhaustaboveairinletelevation. It is
strongly recommended that at least 1.5m of vertical
pipe be installed when appliance is vented directly
through a wall.Thiswillcreateanaturaldraft,which
willhelppreventthepossibilityofsmokeorodorventing
intothehomeduringapoweroutage.Itwillalsokeep
exhaustfromcausinganuisanceorhazardbyexposing
peopleorshrubstohightemperatures.Thesafestand
preferredventingmethodistoextendtheventvertically
throughtheroof.
2. Distancefrom doorsandopeningwindows,orgravityor
ventilationairinletsintobuilding:
a. Notlessthan1.2mbelow;
b. Notlessthan1.2mhorizontallyfrom;
c. Notlessthan305mmabove.
3. Distancefrompermanentlyclosedwindows;
a.Not less than 305mm below; horizontally from or
above.
4. Distancebetween bottomofterminationandgradeshould
be305mmminimum.Thisisconditionaluponplantsin
thearea,andnatureofgradesurface.Thegradesurfacemustbeanon-combustiblematerial(i.e.,rock,dirt).
Thegradesurfacemustnotbelawn.Distancebetween
bottom of termination and public walkway should be
2.13mminimum.
5. Distance to combustible materials must be 610mm
minimum. This includes adjacent buildings, fences,
protrudingpartsofthestructure,roofoverhang,plants
andshrubs,etc.
6. TerminationCapLocation(HomeElectricalService)
• Side-to-sideclearanceistobethesameasminimum
clearancetovinylinsidecorners.
• Clearanceofaterminationcapbelowelectricalservice
shallbethesameasminimumclearancetovinylsoffits.
• Clearanceofaterminationcapaboveelectricalservice
willbe305mmminimum.
Negative Pressure, Shut-Down and Electrical Power
Failure
To reduce the probability of back-drafting or burn-back in
thepelletapplianceduringpowerfailureorshutdownconditions, it must be able to draft naturally without exhaust
bloweroperation.
Negativepressureinthehousewillresistthisnaturaldraftif
notaccountedforinthepelletapplianceinstallation.
Heatrisesinthehouseandleaksoutatupperlevels.This
airmustbereplacedwithcoldairfromoutdoorswhichflows
intolowerlevelsofthehouse.
Ventsandchimneysintobasementsandlowerlevelsofthe
housecanbecometheconduitforairsupplyandreverse
undertheseconditions.
Outside Air
Anoutsideairkitisrecommendedinallinstallations.The
OutsideAirKitmustbeorderedseperately.
Peryourlocalbuildingcodes,considerationmustbegiven
to combustion air supply to all combustion appliances.
Failuretosupplyadequatecombustionairforallappliance
demandsmayleadtobackdraftingofthoseandotherappliances.
Whentheapplianceisroofvented(stronglyrecommended):
The air intake is best located on the exterior wall oriented towards the prevailing wind direction during the
heatingseason.
Whentheapplianceisside-wallvented:
Theairintakeisbestlocatedonthesameexteriorwall
astheexhaustventoutletandlocatedloweronthewall
thantheexhaustventoutlet.
Theoutsideairsupplykitcansupplymostofthedemands
ofthepelletappliance,butconsiderationmustbegivento
thetotalhousedemand.
Housedemandmayconsumetheairneededfortheappliance.Itmaybenecessarytoaddadditionalventilationto
thespaceinwhichthepelletapplianceislocated.
Consult with your local heating professional to determine
theventilationdemandsforyourhouse.
• Locationoftheventterminationmustnotobstructor
interferewithaccesstotheelectricalservice.
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Vent Configurations
Tominimizetheeffectsofnegativeairpressure:
Toreduceprobabilityofreversedraftingduringshut-down
conditions Hearth & Home Technologies strongly recommends:
• Installtheoutsideairkitwiththeintakefacingprevailing
windsduringtheheatingseason
• Installingthepelletventwithaminimumverticalrun
of1.52m.Preferablyterminatingabovetheroofline.
• Installingtheoutsideairkitatleast1.22mbelowthe
venttermination.
• Ensureadequateoutdoorairforallcombustionappliances
andexhaustequipment
• Ensurefurnaceandairconditioningreturnventsarenot
locatedintheimmediatevicinityoftheappliance
• Avoid installing the appliance near doors, walkways or
smallisolatedspaces
Topreventsootdamagetoexteriorwallsofthehouseand
topreventre-entryofsootorashintothehouse:
• Recessedlightingshouldbea“sealedcan”design
• Maintainspecifiedclearancestowindows,doorsand
airinlets,includingairconditioners.
• Atticmountedductworkandairhandlerjointsandseams
tapedorsealed
• Vents should not be placed below ventilated soffits.
Runtheventabovetheroof.
Onnominalheatoutputthecombustionbloweroperatesat
2053rpmdeveloping0.33m^3/s.Thisistheminimumrequirementforthesupplyofcombustionair.
• Avoidventingintoalcovelocations.
• Vents should not terminate under overhangs, decks
orontocoveredporches.
• Maintainminimumclearanceof152mmfromthevent
terminationtotheexteriorwall.Ifyouseedeposits
developingonthewall,youmayneedtoextendthis
distancetoaccommodateyourinstallationconditions.
• Attichatchesweatherstrippedorsealed
D. Draft
Draft is the pressure difference needed to vent appliances
successfully.Whenanapplianceisdraftingsuccessfully,all
combustion byproducts are exiting the home through the
chimney.
Installthroughthewarmairspaceenclosedbythebuilding
envelope.Thishelpstoproducemoredraft,especiallyduringlightinganddie-downofthefire.
C. Negative Pressure
WARNING! Risk of Asphyxiation! Negativepressurecan
causespillageofcombustionfumesandsoot.
Considerationsforsuccessfuldraftinclude:
Negative pressure results from the imbalance of air availablefortheappliancetooperateproperly.Itcanbestrongestinlowerlevelsofthehouse.
• Locationofapplianceandchimney
Causesinclude:
• Rangehoods
• Combustionairrequirementsforfurnaces,waterheaters
andothercombustionappliances
• Clothesdryers
• Locationofreturn-airventstofurnaceorairconditioning
• Imbalancesoftheheating/coolingairhandlingsystem
- Recessedlighting
- Attichatch
- Ductleaks
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Tomeasurethedraftornegativepressureonyourappliance
use a magnahelic or a digital pressure gauge capable of
reading0-.13mmofwatercolumn(W.C.).
The appliance should be running on high for at least 15
minutesforthetest.
• Exhaustfans(kitchen,bath,etc.)
• Upperlevelairleakssuchas:
• Preventingnegativepressure
With thestoverunningonhighyoushouldhaveanegative
pressure equal to or greater than the number given in the
chartbelow.Ifyouhavealowerreadingthanyoufindonthe
chart,yourappliancedoesnothaveadequatedrafttoburn
thefuelproperly.
Minimum Vacuum Requirements:
.095
NOTICE: Hearth & Home Technologies assumes no
responsibilityfortheimproperperformanceofthechimney
systemcausedby:
• Inadequatedraftduetoenvironmentalconditions
• Downdrafts
• Tightsealingconstructionofthestructure
• Mechanicalexhaustingdevices
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E. Chimney and Exhaust Connection
CAUTION
1. Chimney & Connector:Use76mmto102mmdiameter
type"L"or"PL"ventingsystem.Itcanbeventedvertically
orhorizontally.
2. Residential: The76mmverticalTopVentAdapterKitand
the76mmto152mmTopVentOffsetAdapteraretestedto
use24gaugesinglewallflueconnectororListeddouble
wallflueconnectortoClassAListedmetalchimneys,or
masonrychimneysmeetingInternationalConferenceof
Building Officials (ICBO) standards for solid fuel appliances.
• DONOTCONNECTTHISUNITTOACHIMNEYFLUE
SERVICINGANOTHERAPPLIANCE.
• DONOTCONNECTTOANYAIRDISTRIBUTIONDUCT
ORSYSTEM.
Mayallowfluegasestoenterthehouse
3. INSTALL VENT AT CLEARANCES SPECIFIED BY THE
VENT MANUFACTURER.
4. Exhaust VentingSystem:Securetotheappliancewith
atleast2screws180degreesapart.Alsosecureallconnectorpipejointswithatleast3screwsthrougheachjoint.
WARNING
VentsurfacesgetHOT,cancauseburnsif
touched.Non-combustibleshieldingorguards
mayberequired.
5. DONOTINSTALLAFLUEDAMPERINTHEEXHAUST
VENTINGSYSTEMOFTHISUNIT.
6. DONOTCONNECTTHISUNITTOACHIMNEYFLUE
SERVINGANOTHERAPPLIANCE.
NOTE: All pipe must be welded seam pipe whenever possible. Seal pipe joints with high temperature silicone (260°C)
minimum rated only. Do not put silicone inside of pipe.
WARNING
Fire Risk.
FollowChimneyConnectorManufacturer’s
InstructionsforProperInstallation.
ONLYuseconnector:
• Withintheroom,betweenapplianceandceilingorwall.
ConnectorshallNOTpassthrough:
• Atticorroofspace
• Closetorsimilarconcealedspace
• Floororceiling
Maintainminimumclearancestocombustibles
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C. Pellet Venting Charts
WARNING
Themaximumhorizontalventingallowedwithnoverticalventing attached is 219mm including one 90° elbow or two 45°
elbows. This is our recommended horizontal venting installation. Addition of any horizontal venting beyond 1219mm
Hearth&HomeTechnologiesstrongrecommendsaminimum
of 1524mm of additional vertical vent. Horizontal sections of
ventpipeshouldhavea6.35mmriseperfoot.
Hearth & Home Technologies recommends any installation
requiring more than two 90° elbows, or more than 4.5m of
ventingtouse102mmvent.
FireRisk.
• Only LISTED venting components may be
used.
• NOOTHERventcomponentsmaybeused.
Substituteordamagedventcomponentsmay
impairsafeoperation.
45°elbowisequivalentto30.48cmofstraightpipe
90°elbowisequivalentto91.44cmofstraightpipe
Miniumum Vertical Vent for One Elbow
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
0
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
3
3
3
3
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
0
2
3
4
5
6
Figure 26.1
Miniumum Vertical Vent for Two Elbows
TWO 90º ELBOWS
Total
Minimum
Vent
Horizontal Vertical Diameter
2
5
3
3
6
3
4
7
3
5
8
3
6
9
3
7
10
4
8
11
4
9
12
4
10
13
4
11
14
4
12
15
4
13
16
4
14
17
4
15
18
4
1
Horizontal Run (M)
Minimum Vertical Rise (M)
ONE 90º ELBOW
Total
Minimum
Vent
Horizontal Vertical Diameter
Minimum Vertical Rise
(M)
6.00
6.00
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
Length of Horizontal Sections (M)
Figure 26.2
Miniumum Vertical Vent for Three Elbows
Minimum Vertical Rise
(M)
THREE 90º ELBOWS
Total
Minimum
Vent
Horizontal Vertical Diameter
2
11
4
3
12
4
4
13
4
5
14
4
6
15
4
7
16
4
8
17
4
9
18
4
10
19
4
11
20
4
7.00
6.00
5.00
4.00
3.00
2.00
1.00
0.00
0
1
2
3
4
Length of Horizontal Sections (M)
Figure 26.3
NOTICE: Theseareguidelinesforsuccessfulventingofyourpelletappliance.Themoreverticalriseyoucanobtaininyoursystem,
thebetteritwillperform.Horizontalventrunscanaccumulateashandwillneedtobecleanedmoreoften.Trytokeepthemasshort
aspossible.
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Venting Systems
A. Alcove
A
C
D
B
Figure 27.1
A
B Width
C Depth
D ToSideWall
Height
Minimum
Maximum
Millimeters
Millimeters
1092
n/a
965
n/a
n/a
914
152
n/a
D
Allminimumslistedaretoacombustiblesurface.
NOTE:
• IllustrationsreflecttypicalinstallationsandareFOR
DESIGNPURPOSESONLY.
• Illustrations/diagramsarenotdrawntoscale.
• Actualinstallationmayvaryduetoindividualdesign
preference.
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B. Vertical - Interior - Typical Installation
(SHOWN ON A SANTA FE)
PREFERRED METHOD #1
C. Through The Wall & Vertical - External
(SHOWN ON A SANTA FE)
PREFERRED METHOD #2
Rain Cap
Rain Cap
Flashing
Flashing
305mm
Minimum
610mm
Minimum
Firestop
51mm minimum
76mm Min.
152mm
Min.
152mm
Minimum
76mm-76mm)
Top Vent Kit
Support
Bracket
every 1.5m
Wall Thimble
Tee
Clean-out Cover
Clean-out Cover
on other side
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Figure 28.2
Figure 28.1
D. Vertical into Existing Chimney
(SHOWN ON A SANTA FE)
We strongly recommend a minimum of
1.5m vertical, however above the eave is
preferred.
Rain Cap
Flashing
Firestop
Ceiling Support
152mm
Minimum
Both installations are approved for mobile home
installations.Mustuse76mmto102mm“L”or“PL”
ListedpelletventingorListeddoublewallpipeand
Quadra-FireOutsideAirKitinmobilehomes.Single
wallpipeisapprovedforresidentialinstallationsonly.
305mm Minimum
Air Clearance to Pipe:
This appliance was tested with standard 76mm
Connector Adapter Listedpelletclearancepipetocombustibles.
76mm Minimum
152mm)Flue
Connector
76mm-152mm
Top Vent Kit
Cleanout Cover
PelletpipemanufacturesListedreduceclearance
pipemaybeuse forreduceclearancefrom76mm
airclearancetonolessthan25mmairclearanceto
combustiblesforapprovedListedpelletpipe.
Followstovepipemanufactureslistedairclearances
tocombustiblesandinstallationinstructionsforall
reducedairclearancesinstallations.
Thestovemustbeconnectedtoafluepipe
conforming to current standards UNI 7129-7131
9615.
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Figure 28.3
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WARNING
FireRisk
InspectionofChimney:
• Masonrychimneymustbeingoodcondition.
E. Masonry
(SHOWN ON A
SANTA FE)
Concrete Cap
Fireclay flue
Liner with Airspace
Flashing
25mm Clearance
with Firestop
25mm Clearance
76mm Minimum
152mm
Minimum
Sheathing
Cleanout cover
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Airtight
Cleanout Door
Figure 29.1
F. Alternate Masonry
(SHOWN ON A
SANTA FE)
Concrete Cap
Fireclay Flue Liner
with Airspace
Flashing
25mm Clearance
with Firestop
25mm Clearance
51mm Minimum
152mm Minimum
Sheathing
Airtight Clean-out
Door
Non-combustible
Hearth Pad
Figure 29.2
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G. Through The Wall
CAUTION
Horizontal termination cap must be a minimum of 152mm
fromthewall.Approvedformobilehomeinstallations.Must
use76mmto102mm“L”or“PL”listedpelletventingorlisted
doublewallpipeandaQuadra-FireOutsideAirKitinmobile
homes.
WestronglyrecommendthatyouDONOT
DOWNWARDVENT.
Thefollowingmayoccur:
• Theappliancewillnotventproperly
• Smokespillageinthehouse
• Excessivesooting
NOTICE:
Please note that while the minimum clearance for the
terminationcapis152mmthereisthepossibilityofsoot
build-uparoundtheterminationarea.Ifthisoccurswe
suggest to move the termination further away from the
housetopreventit.
Straight Out
51mm
Minimum
51mm
Minimum
152mm
Minimum
From Glass
Wall
Thimble
152mm
Minimum
From Glass
Horizontal
Termination
Cap
Wall
Thimble
Horizontal
Termination
Cap
152mm
Minimum
152mm
Minimum
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Non-combustible Hearth Pad
Figure 30.1
Figure 30.2
45 Degree
Illustration shows venting going in both directions.
Choose which one is best for your installation.
Illustration shows venting going in both directions.
Choose which one is best for your installation.
152mm
Minimum
152mm
Minimum
Wall
Thimble
Wall
Thimble
51mm
Minimum
152mm
Minimum
51mm
Minimum
152mm
Minimum
51mm
Minimum
51mm
Minimum
Figure 30.3
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9
Appliance Set-Up
A. Outside Air Kit Instructions
(Shown on SANTA FE)
Parts Included in Kit: 1 piece of 51mm x 914.4mm flex
hose,2hoseclamps,1airintakechannel1collarassembly,
1terminationcapassembly,1trimring,12screws.(Discard
airchannelitisnotneedforthisappliance).
Termination
Cap Assembly
Hose Clamp
Trim Ring
Tools Needed:Phillipsheadscrewdriver;wirecutters;hole
saworjigsaw.
1. Measuredistancefromfloortoairventopeninginstove
andmarklocationonwall.
Usesawtocutopeninginwall.Cuta64to76mmopeningoninsidewallanda76to89mmopeningonoutside
ofhouse.
Flex Hose
2. Removecoverplateandtheninstallthecollarassembly.
3. Usehoseclamptosecureflexpipetocollarassembly.
4. Slidetrimringoverflexpipeandrunpipethroughwall.
Air Intake Channel
(Discard)
5. Attachhosetooutsideterminationcapwithsecondhose
clamp.
Hose Clamp
6. Secureterminationcaptooutsidesurface.
7. Securetrimringtointeriorwall.
Collar Assembly
Figure 32.2
CAUTION
Neverdrawoutsidecombustionairfrom:
• Wall,floororceilingcavity
• Enclosedspacesuchasanatticorgarage
Collar
Assembly
Hose Clamp
Flex Hose
Figure 32.1
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Termination Cap
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B. Optional Log Set Placement Instructions
C. Thermostat Installation
1.
A12voltACthermostatisrequiredtooperatethispellet
appliance.Youmayusetheincludedwallmountthermostatorpurchaseanoptionalprogrammablethermostatorremotecontrol.Itisequippedwithanadjustable
heatanticipator.Thecurrentratingis.05amps.The
anticipatorneedstobeadjustedtothelowestsetting
available.
2.
Whenmountinga thermostatonawall,besuretofollow
yourthermostatinstallationinstructionscarefully.
CAUTION
LogsareFRAGILE.Useextremecarewhenhandlingor
cleaninglogs.
NOTE:
Due to the abrasive nature of a pellet appliance fire, the
logsarenotcoveredunderwarranty.Anyplacementvariationotherthanshownherecancauseexcessiveheatand
shallvoidtheappliancewarranty.
NOTE: Thermostat must be mounted level for accurate readings. The thermostat should be mounted
on an inside wall and not in direct line with the
appliance convection air.
NOTE: If the thermostat is located too close to the
appliance, you may need to set the temperature
setting slightly higher to maintain the desired temperature in your home.
Two Piece Log Set Installation
1. Opendoortoexposethefirebox.
2. Installtheleftlogfirstandthentherightlog.Figure 33.1
3. Leanthelogsagainstthecastironbrickinthebackof
thefirebox.
3.
4. Push the logs to the far left and far right against the
sidesofthefirebox.Figure 33.2.
Thereisa4screwterminalblocklocatedontheback
lowerleftcornerofthestovedirectlyabovethepower
cordinlet.Thecenter2screwsareforthethermostat
wires.
5. Tocleanthelogs,useavaccumandasoftbrushattachmentorapaintbrush.
CAUTION
Shockhazard.
• DoNOTremovegroundingprongfromplug.
• Plugdirectlyintoproperlygrounded3prong
receptacle.
• Routecordawayfromappliance.
• DoNOTroutecordunderorinfrontofappliance.
Figure 33.1
TERMINAL BLOCK
CENTER 2 SCREWS FOR
THERMOSTAT WIRES
POWER OUTLET
Figure 33.3
Figure 33.2
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CONTACT INFORMATION:
Hearth & Home Technologies
1445 North Highway
Colville, WA 99114
Division of HNI Corporation
Please contact your Quadra-Fire dealer with any questions or concerns.
For the number of your nearest Quadra-Fire dealer
logo onto www.quadrafire.com
CAUTION
DO NOT DISCARD THIS MANUAL
• Importantoperatingand • Read,understandand • Leave this manual with
follow these instrucpartyresponsibleforuse
maintenance instructionsforsafeinstallaandoperation.
tionsincluded.
tionandoperation.
D
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SC O
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We recommend that you record the following pertinent
information for your CASTILE or SANTA FE CE PELLET STOVE
Datepurchased/installed:
SerialNumber:
Locationonappliance:
Dealershippurchasedfrom:
Dealerphone:
Notes:
This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents: (United States) 6830000 and 5582117 or other U.S. and foreign
patents pending.
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