INSTRUCTION MANUAL BHG300.6SS 30 cm 2 Burner Gas Hob

INSTRUCTION MANUAL BHG300.6SS 30 cm 2 Burner Gas Hob
BHG300.6SS
30 cm 2 Burner
Gas Hob
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
INSTRUCTIONS AND ADVICE FOR THE
USE, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE
OF MIXED AND GAS FUELLED
BUILT-IN GAS HOB
Dear Customer,
Thank you for having purchased one of our products.
We are certain that this new, modern, functional and practical appliance, built with the very highest
quality materials, will meet your requirements in the best possible way. This appliance is easy to
use. It is, however, important to thoroughly read the instructions in this handbook in order to obtain
the best results.
These instructions are only valid for the countries of destination, the identification symbols of
which are indicated on the cover of the instruction manual and on the appliance itself.
The manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any damages to persons or property caused
by incorrect installation or use of the appliance.
MODEL: BHG300.6SS
The Manufacturer shall not be held responsible for any inaccuracies in this handbook due to printing or
transcription errors; the designs in the figures are purely indicative. The Manufacturer also reserves the
right to make any modifications to the products as may be considered necessary or useful, also in the
interests of the user, without jeopardizing the main functional and safety features of the products
themselves.This hob was designed to be used exclusively as a cooking appliance: any other use
(such as heating rooms) is to be considered improper and dangerous.
COD. 04037BAUM GB - 26.09.2013
DESCRIPTION OF THE BURNERS
MODEL: MODEL: BHG300.6SS
2 Rapid gas burner
3 Auxiliary gas burner
7 Enamelled steel pan support
9 Burner n° 2 control knob
10 Burner n° 3 control knob
of 3000 W
of 1000 W
Attention: This appliance has been manufactured for domestic use only and it's use by private
persons.
2
USE
1) BURNERS
Burners
A diagram is printed above each knob on the
front panel. This diagram indicates to which
burner the knob in question corresponds. After
having opened the gas mains or gas bottle tap, light
the burners as described below:
- Manual ignition
Push and turn the knob corresponding to the
required burner in an anticlockwise direction until it
reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then
place a lighted match near the burner.
- Automatic electrical ignition
Push and turn the knob corresponding to the
required burner in an anticlockwise direction until it
reaches the full on position (large flame fig. 1), then
depress the knob.
- Lighting burners equipped with flame failure
device
The knobs of burners equipped with flame failure
device must be turned in an anticlockwise direction
until they reach the full on position (large flame fig. 1)
and come to a stop. Now depress the knob in
question and repeat the previously indicated
operations.
Keep the knob depressed for about 10 seconds
once the burner has ignited.
HOW TO USE THE BURNERS
Bear in mind the following indications in order to
achieve maximum efficiency with the least possible
gas consumption:
- Use adequate pans for each burner (consult the
following table and fig. 2).
- When the pan comes to the boil, set the knob to
the reduced rate position (small flame fig. 1).
- Always place a lid on the pans.
- Use only pan with a flat bottom.
Rapid
Auxiliary
Power ratings
3000
1000
Pan Ø in cm
20 ÷ 22
10 ÷ 14
WARNINGS:
- Burners with flame failure device may only be
ignited when the relative knob has been set
to the Full on position (large flame fig. 1).
- Matches can be used to ignite the burners in
a blackout.
- Never leave the appliance unattended when
the burners are being used. Make sure there
are no children in the near vicinity.
Particularly make sure that the pan handles
are correctly positioned and keep a check on
foods requiring oil and grease to cook since
these products can easily catch fire.
- Never use aerosols near the appliance when
it is operating.
- If the built-in hob has a lid, any spilt food
should be immediately removed from this
before it is opened. If the appliance has a
glass lid, this could shatter when the hob
becomes hot. Always switch off all the
burners before closing the lid.
- Do not use the hob as a work surface.
- Do not place pans with an unstable or
deformed bottom on the burner, as these may
tip or spill their contents, causing accidents. The appliance must not be used by people
(including children) with impaired mental or
physical capacities, or without experience of
using electrical devices, unless supervised or
instructed by an expert adult responsible for
their care and safety. Children should not be
allowed to play with the equipment.
- Containers wider than the unit are not
recommended.
FIG. 1
FIG. 2
3
USE
WARNINGS AND ADVICE FOR THE USER:
Use of a gas cooking appliance produces heat and moisture in the room in which it is installed.
The room must therefore be well ventilated by keeping the natural air vents clear (fig. 3) and by
activating the mechanical aeration device (extraction hood or electric fan fig 4 and fig 5). Intensive
and lengthy use of the appliance may require additional ventilation. This can be achieved by
opening a window or by increasing the power of the mechanical exhausting system if installed.
- Do not attempt to change the technical characteristics of the product because it can be
dangerous. - If you should not to use this appliance any more (or replace an old model), before
disposing of it,
make it inoperative in conformity with current law on the protection of health and the prevention of
environmental pollution by making its dangerous parts harmless, especially for children who
might play on an abandoned appliance.
- Do not touch the appliance with wet or damp hands or feet.
- Do not use the appliance barefoot.
- The manufacturer will not be liable for any damage resulting from improper, incorrect or
unreasonable use.
- During, and immediately after operation, some parts of the hob are very hot: avoid touching
them.
- After using the cook top, make sure that the knobs are in the closed position and close the
main tap of the gas supply or gas cylinder.
- If the gas taps are not operating correctly, call the Service Department.
Warning: during operation the work surfaces
of the cooking area become very hot: keep
children away!
(*) AIR INLET: SEE INSTALLATION CHAPTER (PARAGRAPHS 5 AND 6)
FIG. 3
FIG. 4
4
FIG. 5
CLEANING
IMPORTANT:
WARNINGS:
Comply with the following instructions, before
remounting the parts:
- Check that burner head slots “T” (fig. 6) have
not become clogged by foreign bodies.
- Check that enamelled burner cap “C”(fig. 6)
is correctly positioned on the burner head.
It must be steady.
- The exact position of the pan support is
established by the rounded corners, which
should be set towards the side edge of the
hob.
- Do not force the taps if they are difficult to
open or close. Contact the technical
assistance service for repairs.
- Don’t use steam jets for the equipment
cleaning.
Always disconnect the appliance from the gas
and electricity mains before carrying out any
cleaning operation.
2) GAS HOB
Periodically wash the hob, pan stands, enamelled
burner covers “C”, and burner heads “T” (see fig.
6) must also be washed and the ignition elements
“AC” and safety cut-off sensors “TC” (see fig. 6)
must be cleaned.
Do not wash them in the
dishwasher. Following this, all parts should be
thoroughly rinsed and dried. Never wash them
while they are still warm and never use abrasive
powders. Do not allow vinegar, coffee, milk, salted
water, lemon or tomato juice to remain in contact
with the enamelled surfaces for long periods of
time.
Note: continuous use could cause the
burners to change colour due to the high
temperature.
FIG. 6
5
INSTALLATION
TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE
INSTALLER
established by the provisions governing such
appliances.
Installation, adjustments of controls and
maintenance must only be carried out by a
qualified engineer.
The appliance must be correctly installed in
conformity with current law and the
manufacturer's instructions.
Incorrect installation may cause damage to
persons, animals or property for which the
Manufacturer shall not be considered
responsible.
During the life of the system, the automatic
safety or regulating devices on the appliance
may only be modified by the manufacturer or by
his duly authorized dealer.
4) FIXING THE HOB
The hob has a special seal which prevents liquid
from getting into the cabinet. Strictly comply with
the following instructions in order to correctly
apply this seal:
- Detach the seals from their backing, checking that
the transparent protection still adheres to the seal
itself.
- Overturn the hob and correctly position seal
“E” (fig. 9) under the edge of the hob itself, so that
the outer side of the seal perfectly matches the
outer edge of the hob. The ends of the strips
must fit together without overlapping.
- Evenly and securely fix the seal to the hob,
pressing into place with the fingers and remove
the strip of protective paper from the seal and
set the hob into the hole made in the cabinet.
- Fix the hob with the proper brackets “S” and fit the
prominent part into the porthole “H” on the bottom;
turn the screw “F” until the bracket “S” stick on the
top (fig. 10).
- IMPORTANT: When not installing above an oven,
underneath the appliance there must be a partition
made of insulating material (e.g. wood). There must
be a gap of at least 70 mm between the underneath of
the appliance and this partition (fig. 7.).
3) INSTALLING THE HOB
IMPORTANT:
A
perfect
installation,
adjustment or transformation of the hob to
use other gases requires a QUALIFIED
GASSAFE I NSTALLER: a failure to follow
this rule will void the warranty.
Check that the appliance is in a good condition after
having removed the outer packaging and internal
wrappings from around the various loose parts. In
case of doubt, do not use the appliance and contact
qualified personnel.
Never leave the packaging materials (cardboard,
bags, polystyrene foam, nails, etc.) within
children’s reach since they could become
potential sources of danger.
The measurements of the opening made in the
top of the modular cabinet and into which the hob
will be installed are indicated in either fig. 7. Always
comply with the measurements given for the hole
into which the appliance will be recessed (see
fig. 7 and 8).
The appliance belongs to class 3 and is
therefore subject to all the provisions
FIG. 7
COMPLY WITH THE DIMENSIONS
(mm)
2F
FIG. 8
A
280
FIG. 9
6
B
482
C
59
D
59
E
100 min.
FIG. 10
INSTALLATION
I M P O RTA N T I N S TA L L AT I O N
S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
7) GAS CONNECTION
Before connectiong the appliance, check the
values on the data label affixed to the
underside of the hob correspond to thos of the
gas mains in the home. A label on the
appliance indicates the regulating conditions:
type of gas and working pressure.
The rear wall and the surfaces surrounding
and adjacent to the appliance must be able to
withstand an overtemperature of 65 K. The
adhesive used to stick the plastic laminate to
the cabinet must be able to withstand a
temperature of not less than 150 °C otherwise
the laminate could come unstuck. The
appliance must be installed in compliance with
BS 6172 1990, BS 5440 part. 2 1989 and BS
6891 1988. This appliance is not connected to a
device able to dispose of the combustion
fumes. I t must therefore be connected in
compliance with the above
mentioned
installation standards. Particular care should
be paid to the following provisions governing
ventilation and aeration.
WARNING:
A gas hob can only be connected by a GASSAFE
Registered engineer.
Installations should be carried out in accordance with BS
6891 1988 and must comply with the Gas Safety
Regulations.
All hob installations must include an isolation tap.
GAS PRESSURE TEST
Some hob models have a test point fitted under the
control panel, to conduct a gas pressure test proceed as
follows:
- Turn off the gas supply.
- Remove screw in the pressure test point, place
test gauge connecting tube on test point.
- Fit a burner ring and cap onto burner assembly,
replace control knob onto corresponding control
tap for the burner.
- Turn on gas and ascertain working pressure.
5) ROOM VENTILATION
To ensure correct operation of the appliance, it is
important to ensure that the room where the hob
is installed has sufficient ventilation, as set out in
BS 5440 part 2. 1989. See table below.
Domestic
ovens
hobs or
any
combinations
After test, turn off control tap, turn off gas supply,
disconnect test gauge connecting tube. Replace the test
point screw, turn gas back on and test for
soundness. Reassemble the hob.
Natural air flow must enter directly through
permanent openings in the walls of the room in
question. These must open towards the outside and
possess a minimum section of 100 cm2 see fig. 3). It
must be impossible to obstruct these openings.
Indirect ventilation with air drawn from adjacent
rooms is permitted in strict compliance with the
provisions in force.
IMPORTANT:
the appliance complies with the provisions of the
following CEE Directives:
- 2009/142 + 93/68 regarding gas safety.
6) LOCATION AND AERATION
Gas cooking appliances must always dispose of their
combustion fumes through hoods. These must be
connected to flues, chimneys or straight outside. If it is
not possible to install a hood, an electric fan can be
installed on a window or on a wall facing outside (see
fig. 4). This must be activated at the same time as the
appliance (see fig. 5), so long as the specifications in the
provisions in force are strictly complied with.
7
INSTALLATION
8) ELECTRICAL CONNECTION
mm gap between its contacts.
- Remember that the earth wire must not be
interrupted by the circuit-breaker.
- The electrical connection may also be protected
by a high sensitivity differential circuit- breaker.
You are strongly advised to fix the relative yellowgreen earth wire to an efficient earthing system.
IMPORTANT: the appliance must be
installed following the manufacturer's
instructions. The manufacturer will not be
liable for injury to persons or animals or
property damage caused by an incorrect
installation.
Before performing any service on the electrical
part of the appliance, it must absolutely be
disconnected from the electrical network.
The electrical connections of the appliance
must be carried out in compliance with the
provisions and standards in force.
Before connecting the appliance, check that:
- The electrical capacity of the mains supply and
current sockets suit the maximum power rating of
the appliance (consult the data label applied to
the underside of the hob).
- The voltage matches the value shown on the
specification plate and the section of the wires of
the electrical system can support the load, which
is also indicated on the specification plate
- The socket or system has an efficient earth
connection in compliance with the provisions and
standards in force. The manufacturer declines all
responsibility for failing to comply with these
provisions.
When the appliance is connected to the
electricity main by a socket:
- Fit a standard plug suited to the load indicated on
the data label to the cable.
If the installation requires modifications to
the home's electrical system or if the
socket is incompatible with the appliance's
plug, have changes or replacements
performed by a professionally-qualified
person. In particular, this person must also
make sure that the section of the wires of
the socket is suitable for the power
absorbed by the appliance.
WARNINGS:
All our appliances are designed and
manufactured in compliance with European
standards EN 60 335-1, EN 60 335-2-6 and
EN 60 335-2-102 plus the relative amendments.
The appliance complies with the provisions of
the following EEC Directives:
- CEE 2004/108/CE regarding to electromagnetic
compatibility.
- CEE 2006/95 regarding electrical safety.
- Fit the wires following figure n.11, taking care to
respect the following wiring colour codes:
letter L (live) = brown wire;
letter N (neutral) = blue wire;
earth symbol
= green - yellow wire
- The power supply cable must be positioned so
that no part of it is able to reach an temperature of
90 °C.
- Never use reductions, adapters or shunts for
connection since these could create false contacts
and lead to dangerous overheating.
- The outlet must be accessible after being built-in.
When the appliance is connected straight to the
electricity mains:
- Install an omnipolar circuit-breaker between the
appliance and the electricity main. This circuitbreaker should be sized according to the load
rating of the appliance and possess a minimum 3
FIG. 11
8
ADJUSTMENTS
Always disconnect the appliance from the
electricity main before making any adjustments.
All seals must be replaced by the technician at
the end of any adjustments or regulations.
Our burners do not require primary air
adjustment.
It is understood that only burners operating
with G20 gas should be subjected to the above
mentioned adjustments. The screw must be
fully locked when the burners operate with G30
or G31 gas (turn clockwise).
9) TAPS
“Reduced rate” adjustment
- Switch on the burner and turn the relative knob to
the “Reduced rate” position (small flame fig. 1).
- Remove knob “M” (fig. 12 and 12/A) of the tap,
which is simply pressed on to its rod. The by-pass
for minimal rate regulation can be: beside the tap
(fig. 12) or inside the shaft. In any case, to access
to regulation, it can be done through the insertion
of a small screwdriver ‘’D’’ beside the tap (fig. 12)
or in the hole ‘’C’’ inside the shaft of the tap
(fig 12/A). Turn the throttle screw to the right or left
until the burner flame has been adequately
regulated to the “Reduced rate” position.
The flame should not be too low: the lowest small
flame should be continuous and steady. Reassemble the several components.
FIG. 12/A
FIG. 12
9
CONVERSIONS
10) REPLACING THE INJECTORS
paragraphs 9. The technician must reset any
seals on the regulating or pre-regulating devices.
The envelope with the injectors and the labels can
be included in the kit, or at disposal to the
authorized customer Service Centre.
For the sake of convenience, the nominal rate table
also lists the heat inputs of the burners, the
diameter of the injectors and the working pressures
of the various types of gas.
The burners can be adapted to different types of
gas by mounting injectors suited to the type of gas
in question. To do this, first remove the burner tops
using a wrench “B”. Now unscrew injector “A” (see
fig. 13) and fit a injector corresponding to the
utilised type of gas in its place.
It is advisable to strongly tighten the injector in
place.
After the injectors have been replaced, the
burners must be regulated as explained in
BURNER ARRANGEMENT ON THE HOB
3
BURNERS
N°
DESCRIPTION
2
RAPID
3
AUXILIARY
GAS
G30 - BUTANE
G31 - PROPANE
G20 - NATURAL
G30 - BUTANE
G31 - PROPANE
G20 - NATURAL
NORMAL
PRESSURE
mbar
28 - 30
37
20
28 - 30
37
20
FIG. 13
10
NORMAL
RATE
g/h
218
214
73
71
l/h
286
95
INJECTOR
DIAMETER
1/100 mm
85
85
115 Y
50
50
72 X
NOMINAL HEAT
INPUT (W)
Min.
800
800
800
400
400
400
Max.
3000
3000
3000
1000
1000
1000
SERVICING
Always disconnect the appliance from the
electricity and gas mains before proceeding
with any servicing operation.
Greasing the taps (see fig. 18 - 19)
If a tap becomes stiff to operate, it must be
immediately greased in compliance with the
following instructions:
- Remove the tap.
- Clean the cone and its housing using a cloth
soaked in diluent.
- Lightly spread the cone with the relative grease.
- Fit the cone back in place, operate it several times
and then remove it again. Eliminate any excess
grease and check that the gas ducts have not
become clogged.
- Fit all parts back in place, complying with the
demounting order in reverse.
- The gas soundness test must be done using a
foamy liquid.
11) REPLACING HOB PARTS
To replace the components fit inside the hob is
necessary to take off the pan supports and the
burners from the upper part of the hob top, then
unscrew the burner fixing screws “V” (fig. 14) and
the control knobs, fixed by a simple pressure, in
order to take off the hob top.
After having carried out the above listed operations,
the burners (fig. 15), taps (fig. 16) and electrical
components can all be replaced (fig. 17).
It is advisable to change seal “D” (fig.16) whenever a
tap is replaced to ensure a perfect tightness.
WARNING:
MAINTENANCE MUST ONLY BE PERFORMED
BY AUTHORISED PERSONS.
FIG. 14
FIG. 15
FIG. 16
FIG. 17
FIG. 18
FIG. 19
11
SERVICING
CABLE TYPES AND SECTIONS
TYPE OF
HOB
TYPE OF
CABLE
SINGLE - PHASE
POWER SUPPLY
Gas Hob
H05 RR - F
Section 3 x 0.75 mm2
ATTENTION!!!
If the power supply cable is replaced, the installer should leave the ground wire longer than the
phase conductors (fig. 20) and comply with the recommendations given in paragraph 8.
FIG. 20
12
TECHNICAL DATA ON THE DATA LABEL
2 BURNERS “ DOMINO ”
Category = II2H3+
G30 - BUTANE = 28 - 30 mbar
G31 - PROPANE = 37 mbar
G20 - NATURAL = 20 mbar
Tot. Nom. Gas Rate = 4 kW
Tot. Nom. L.P.G.Rate = 291 g/h (G30)
286 g/h (G31)
Voltage = 220 - 240 V~
Frequency = 50/60 Hz
13
TECHNICAL DATA FOR THE APPLIANCE GAS
REGULATION
14
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE AND SPARE PARTS
Before leaving the factory, this appliance will have been tested and regulated by expert and specialised
personnel in order to guarantee the best performances.
Any repairs or adjustments which may be subsequently required may only be carried out by qualified
personnel with the utmost care and attention.
For this reason, always contact your Dealer or our nearest After Sales Service Center whenever repairs
or adjustments are required, specifying the type of fault and the model of the appliance in your
possession.
Please also note that genuine spare parts are only available from our After Sales Service Centers and
authorised retail outlets.
The above data are printed on the data label put on the underneath of the appliance and on the packing
label.
In order that you can obtain information or spare parts relating to your model, we suggest that you
complete the table below, for easy reference.
MARK: ........................................................................
MODEL: ......................................................................
SERIES: ......................................................................
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United Kingdom
Baumatic Ltd.,
Baumatic Buildings,
6 Bennet Road,
Reading, Berkshire
RG2 0QX
United Kingdom
Sales Telephone
(0118) 933 6900
Sales Fax
(0118) 931 0035
Customer Care Telephone
(0118) 933 6911
Customer Care Fax
(0118) 986 9124
Spares Telephone
(01235) 437244
Advice Line Telephone
(0118) 933 6933
E-mail:
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Website:
www.baumatic.co.uk
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Republic of Ireland
Service Telephone
1-890 812 724
Spares Telephone
091 756 771
Czech Republic/Slovakia
Baumatic s.r.o.
Lípová 665/1
460 01 Liberec 4
Czech Republic
Panenská 34
811 03 Bratislava - Staré Mesto
Slovakia
+420 483 577 200 (CZ)
+421 255 640 618 (SK)
www.baumatic.cz
www.baumatic.sk
Germany
Kundendienst & Ersatzteile
Deutschland 0049(0)180-5888975
Oesterreich +43 (0) 820 / 420423
www.baumatic.de
Italy
Baumatic Italia S.R.L.
Via Galvani N.3
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+3904 9920 2297
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Dukdalfweg 15d
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Nederland
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