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Masport New York Installation manual
THE IRRESISIBLE FLAMES OF MASPORT
INBUILT
FRAMING
CLEARANCE &
GENEVA DV
FLUEING
INFORMATION
2006
ISSUE B, AUGUST 2006
METAL FAB INDUSTRIES
38 Harris Road, East Tamaki
PO Box 58 473, Greenmount, Auckland,
New Zealand
Phone:
+64 9 274 8265
Fax:
+64 9 274 8472
email:
sales@metalfab.co.nz
Heating
CONTENTS
Revised Zero Clearance Installation Instructions for
Piccolo, Sofia & Madrid Gas Fires .......................................................................... Page 3
Roma (P33) Framing, Flue & Clearance Information .............................................. Page 7
Grenada / Calais (P36-2) Framing, Flue & Clearance Information ......................... Page 17
Newport (P121) / Newport Pier (P131) Framing, Flue & Clearance Information..... Page 30
Geneva Direct Vent Rear & Top Exit Venting Information ....................................... Page 39
Stockholm / New Orleans Zero Clearance Kit Instructions ..................................... Page 43
New York Zero Clearance Instructions .................................................................... Page 54
G51 Surefire Zero Clerance Kit ............................................................................... Page 60
Revised Zero Clearance Installation Instructions for
Piccolo, Sofia & Madrid Gas Heaters.
These instructions are to be read in conjunction with the standard
Piccolo, Sofia & Madrid Owner’s and Installation Manual (part no. 590340).
They apply only when bearer rails are fitted to the outer steel cabinet.
The Zero Clearance Kit enables the Masport Piccolo, Sofia and Madrid Gasfires to be installed when no conventional
masonry chimney is available. Installation of the kit is not difficult, but it is important to follow the sequence suggested
below. No special heat resistant hearth (floor protector) is required.
PLEASE NOTE: A special ‘zero clearance’ fascia will be required, as the usual fascias are unsuitable. A special Flue
Kit is also needed. This has a 100mm-diameter flue surrounded by a 150mm-diameter heat shield. This shield is spaced
out from the flue and rests on top of the outer cabinet. Ventilation of the space between the flue and the shield is
provided by the clearance hole for the flue in the cabinet top.
WARNING: The stand-off angles on the sides and rear of the outer cabinet are fitted to ensure a safe clearance
to combustible materials. The stand-off angles must not be removed. Additionally, no combustible framing
material must be less than 35mm above the top of the outer cabinet.
All Masport heaters are tested to New Zealand and Australian Standards. Clearances are for fire hazard only.
For durability of finishes and surfaces you should contact the relevant manufacturer for their specifications.
Masport accepts no responsibility for the deterioration of surfaces or finishes.
PROCEDURE FOR INTERNAL INSTALLATIONS:
1.
2.
Inspect the house construction at the proposed installation position to verify that the 150 mm diameter flue
shield can pass right up through the ceiling space without requiring the removal of essential roof or ceiling
support beams. The flue centreline will be 335mm back from the finished front face of the enclosure. If the
heater is to be installed parallel to an existing wall, and if the enclosure is built to its minimum allowable depth,
the flue centreline will be 245mm from the wall. If the heater will be parallel to the wall, any heat sensitive side
wall must be at least 520mm from the heater centreline. If the enclosure is to be at 45° in the corner of the
room, and is built to its minimum allowable depth, the face of the enclosure will be 935mm out from the corner
and the flue centreline will be 600mm out from the corner.
Drop a plumb line from the ceiling to the floor to establish a flue centreline as detailed above, and cut and nog
a hole at least 200mm square through the ceiling on this centreline. The ceiling inside the enclosure may be
removed entirely, if desired, and it must be removed if it will be less than 1600mm above the top of the outer
steel cabinet. (See Step 10).
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3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
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Frame up the enclosure as shown in Fig. 1. The frame should provide a recess 710mm wide and at least
580mm deep (measured from the face of the cladding material or from any tiles etc. that may be fixed to the
cladding material). The overall width of the frame must be not less than 1040mm to accommodate the fascia
width and to ensure a safe clearance to any combustible material should there be a room side-wall abutting
the enclosure. The opening must have two timber uprights spaced 710mm (between) at the front. The bearer
rails on the base of the outer steel cabinet will sit directly on the floor. No insulation is needed on top of the floor
in the recess. (See Figs. 1 & 2).
The floor in front of the heater will not require a hearth or any other heat protection, although a hearth (floor
protector) may be provided, if desired, purely for aesthetic reasons.
The usual three nogs may be fixed at each side of the enclosure. At the front the lowest nog must have its
lower face 735mm above the floor. Further nogs can be fitted anywhere above this one.
Fix the cladding to the sides and front of the framed-up enclosure. Conventional paper-faced wall cladding will
be satisfactory on all faces of the enclosure, although a more appropriate material (such as Tile and Slate
underlay) may be preferable where tiles etc. are to be fitted.
If a decorative finish (such as tiles or slate) is to be applied to the face of the enclosure, this should be done
next. The decorative finish must extend down to the top of the recess but may stop short of the sides of the
recess provided that packing is provided between the uprights of the enclosure and the flanges of the outer
steel cabinet to bring the flanges in line with the outer surface of the decorative finish.
If a mantelshelf is being fitted, it must extend no more than 200 mm, and its undersurface must be at least
1060mm above the floor or at least 305mm above the top of the fascia if the base of the heater is raised above
floor level. For raised installations, see Step 2. Please note that the mantelshelf details in the standard manual
are NOT valid for zero clearance installations.
Penetrate the roofing material on the flue centreline, following the instructions accompanying the special Zero
Clearance Flue Kit.
IMPORTANT. Cover the entire open space surrounding the flue heat shield (at ceiling level) with wire
netting with a mesh small enough to prevent the entry of birds or vermin. This will avoid the risk of a
fire from nesting inside the enclosure.
11.
Assemble the two sides, the base, the back and the top of
the outer steel cabinet. Fix the two fascia support angle
strips under the top of the outer cabinet with their flanges
up, thus forming a channel with the front flange of the
cabinet top. (See Fig. 6). When assembling the sides to
the base, fit a bearer rail at each side to raise the base of
the outer cabinet 25mm above floor level. Slide the
cabinet into the constructed recess. Check that it is
centred between the front studs and that the cabinet is ‘
squared up’. Secure the outer cabinet to the front studs
through the six holes in the front flanges of the outer
cabinet.
12.
Assemble sufficient lengths of flue heat shield (150 mm dia.) so that the flue will extend the necessary height
above the roof line. (See flue instructions).
Lower the flue shield down through the roof aperture until it is resting on top of the outer steel case. Check
from below that it is centralised on the hole in the cabinet and flash the shield at roof level.
Fasten a seismic restraint bracket on each side of the firebox cabinet.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
Slide the firebox cabinet into the outer cabinet and secure the seismic restraint brackets to the cabinet flanges.
Make the gas connection as detailed in the standard manual.
Place the 200mm square plate (with the 108mm diameter hole) over the flue spigot on top of the firebox cabinet
(not the outer cabinet).
Assemble the appropriate number of flue lengths and fix flue shield spacers as required (see flue instructions).
Lower the assembled flue down through the heat shield in the usual manner and ensure that it engages with the
flue socket of the heater. Fit the flue cowl.
Slide in the top front panel of the firebox cabinet and secure it at each side with a screw.
Install the insulating blanket on top of the firebox cabinet (not the outer cabinet).
Assemble the bottom louvred panel of the fascia to the fascia upright panels, sandwiching the stiffener plate
between them as shown in Fig. 7, using four screws.
Offer this assembly into approximately its final position and attach the wiring looms to the switches as detailed in
Fit the fascia, using two screws each side, into the firebox cabinet.
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24.
Lower the top fascia rail prongs into the fascia
uprights, ensuring the assembly is firmly in position
and confirming that the top rail engages in the channel
(formed in step 11) at the top front of the outer
cabinet
25.
26.
27.
Fit two screws through the bottom of the top fascia rail into the front upstand of the firebox cabinet.
Remove the glass and install the embers. (See standard manual). Re-fit the glass.
Carry out the usual test firing procedure.
EXTERNAL INSTALLATIONS:
In the case where the enclosure is to be erected outside the house, the shielding and flue installation details above will
still apply. Suitable foundations will be required to support the weight of the enclosure and the heater, and weatherproofing
of the entire assembly will be necessary.
As before, the opening for the appliance in the wall must be 710mm wide and 735mm high with its bottom edge level
with the floor of the room. The minimum clearances to nearby side-walls and mantelshelf requirements as detailed in
Fig. 2 must be met.
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Roma (P33)
Framing, Flue &
Clearance Information
CLEARANCES
The clearances listed below are minimum distances unless otherwise stated:
A major cause of chimney related fires is failure to maintain required
clearances (air space) to combustible materials. It is of the greatest
importance that this fireplace and vent system be installed only in accordance
with these instructions.
Clearance to combustibles from:
Back
Side
Floor
(0mm)
(0mm)
(0mm)
Side Wall Clearance
Bay or Flush Front (191mm)
NOTE: The minimum floor clearance
must be maintained from the top
surface of the carpeting, tile, etc.
Vent
Minimum Clearance from Top of Unit to:
Alcove Clearances:
Mantel*
Ceiling
Max. Depth
(914mm)
Min. Width
Min. Height
(1219mm)
(1499mm)
min. (177mm)
(762mm)
from top of unit.
(38mm) Flex
* see mantle clearances below.
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
Because of the extreme heat this fireplace emits, the mantel
clearances are critical. Combustible mantel clearances from top
of unit are shown in the diagram below.
Note: A non-combustible
mantel may be installed
at a lower height
if the framing is made
of metal studs covered
with a non-combustible
board.
WARNING
Fire hazard is an extreme risk if these
clearances are not adhered to.
MANTEL LEG CLEARANCES
Combustible mantel leg clearances as per diagram
below:
Roma
This drawing is to scale at 1:6
(one inch = 6 inches). Mantel
can be installed anywhere in
shaded area or higher using the
above scale.
Note: Ensure the paint that is
used on the mantel and
the facing is “heat resistant”
or the paint may discolour.
Maximum
1-1/2" projection at 2" minimum clearance.
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FRAMING AND FINISHING
1) Determine the total thickness of
facing material (e.g. drywall plus
ceramic tiles) to allow the finished
surface to be flush with the front of
the unit. Total facing thickness can
vary from 13mm to 32mm thick.
5) Non-combustible material may be
brought up to the top and sides of
the unit and be covered with
ceramic tiles, bricks, rock or other
suitable non-combustible finishing
materials.
Note: The unit does not have to be
Install Side Nailing Strips, and Top
Facing Support before unit is
slipped into position.
completely enclosed in a chase.
The clearance on top of the unit
is 0mm to the standoffs so
combustible building materials
can be laid directly on top of the
standoffs. You must maintain
40mm clearance from the flue to
combustible materials.
518mm
737mm
800mm
6) Use steel studs for framing where
the 40mm clearance from the flue
to combustible material cannot be
maintained.
2) Frame in the enclosure for the unit
with framing material. The framed
opening is 806mm high x 838mm
wide x 324mm deep.
!
806mm
Note:
660mm
(Vertical Terminations)
324mm
(Horizontal Terminations)
Gas supplied from right hand side
and power from left hand side.
845mm
336mm
845mm
3) For exterior walls, insulate the
enclosure to the same degree as
the rest of the house, apply vapour
barrier and drywall, as per local
installation codes. (Do not insulate
the fireplace itself.)
4) The top of the unit must not be
closer than 813mm to the ceiling.
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These are framing dimensions only
NOT finished wall dimensions.
Ensure depth of Register and outer
wall allows for minimumum
horizontal flue length of 203mm.
FLUEING INTRODUCTION
The Masport uses the "balanced flue" technology Co Axial system. The inner liner flues products of combustion
to the outside while the outer liner draws outside combustion air into the combustion chamber thereby eliminating the
need to use heated room air for combustion and losing warm room air up the chimney.
There are 2 flue systems approved for use with the Roma: the Masport Direct Vent System (Flex) for Horizontal
Terminations only, and the Masport System for Vertical Terminations.
Note: These flue pipes must not be connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and flue system must be flued directly to the outside of the building, and never be attached to a
chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gas burning appliance. Each room sealed gas appliance must use it's own
separate flue system. Common flue systems are prohibited.
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EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
A=
B=
C=
Clearance above grade, veranda, porch, deck, or balcony *(min. 12"/30cm)
Clearance to window or door that may be opened *(12"/30cm)
Clearance to permanently closed window *(min. 12"/30cm) recommended to prevent
condensation on window
D= Vertical clearance to ventilated soffit located above the terminal within a horizontal
distance of (24"/60cm) from the centerline of the terminal (min. 18"/46cm) check with
local code.
E= Clearance to unventilated soffit (min. 15"/38cm)
F= Clearance to outside corner: with AstroCap Termination Cap (min 6"/15cm), with DuraVent Termination Cap (14"/36cm)
G= Clearance to inside corner: with AstroCap Termination Cap (min 6"/15cm), with DuraVent Termination Cap (12"/30cm)
H= Not to be installed above a meter/regulator assembly within (3'/90cm) horizontally from
the centerline of the regulator.
J= Clearance to service regulator vent outlet *(min 36"/90cm)
K= Clearance to non-mechanical air supply inlet to building or the combustion air inlet to
any other appliance *(12"/30cm)
L= Clearance to a mechanical air supply inlet *(min. 72"/1.8m)
M= Clearance above paved sidewalk or a paved driveway located on public property
*(min. 84"/2.1m)
N= Clearance under veranda, porch, deck, or balcony *(min. 12"/30cm)
Note:
- A vent shall not terminate directly above a sidewalk or paved driveway which is located
between two single family dwellings and serves both dwellings.
- Only permitted if veranda, porch, deck, or balcony is fully open on a minimum of two sides
beneath the floor.
- If the vent termination is accessible, a certified guard shall be installed.
* As specified in CGA B149 Installation Code. Note: Local codes or regulations may require
different clearances.
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MASPORT DIRECT VENT SYSTEM (FLEX)
HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS ONLY
This flueing system, in combination with the Roma Room Sealed Gas Fireplace, have been tested and listed as a room sealed
heater system by Warnock Hersey. The location of the termination cap must conform to the requirements in the flue terminal
Locations diagram.
Masport Direct Vent (Flex) System Termination Kit (Part # 946-513) includes all the parts needed to install the
Roma with a maximum run of 2 feet.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
178mm dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
100mm dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
Spring spacers (3)
Thimble (2)
AstroCap termination cap (1)
Screws (12)
Tube of Mill Pac (1)
Plated screws (8)
Screws #8 x 1-1/2" drill point, stainless steel (4)
4
946-578/P
1
5
3
2
Note:
1) Liner sections should be continuous without any
joints or seams.
2) Only Flex pipe purchased from Masport may be used
for Flex installations.
3) All joints must be sealed with Mil-Pac.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
for Masport Direct Vent System (Flex)
1) Locate the unit in the framing,
rough in the gas (preferably on the
right side of the unit) and the
electrical (Junction block is on the
left side) on the left. Locate the
centerline of the termination and
mark wall accordingly. Cut a
254mm hole in the wall (inside
dimension).
*If this is an outside corner, the minimum distance between
the flue and the outside corner is 150mm with AstroCap
termination cap or 300mm with alternate termination cap
(556310).
Minimum and Maximum Flue Clearances
Note: To make the installation more
aesthetically pleasing, we
recommend framing out a square
to mount the terminal to.
Note: A 40mm clearance around the
liner must be maintained except
that only a 25mm clearance is
needed at the termination end.
We recommend framing a
254mm x 254mm (inside
dimensions) hole to give
structural rigidity for mounting
the termination.
2) Level the fireplace and fasten it to
the framing using nails or screws
through the nailing strips.
3) Assemble the flue assembly by
applying Mill Pac to the 100mm
inner collar of the termination and
slipping the 100mm liner over it at
least 35mm. Fasten with the 3
screws (drilling pilot holes will make
this easier). Apply Mill Pac or high
temperature silicone to the 175mm
flex pipe and slip it over the 175mm
outer collar of the flue terminal at
least 35mm and fasten with the 3
screws.
4) Separate the 2 halves of the wall
thimble and securely fasten the
one with the tabs to the outside
wall making sure that the tabs are
on top and bottom. Fasten the
other thimble half to the inside wall.
The thimble halves slip inside each
other and can be adjusted for 2 x 4
or 2 x 6 walls. The liners must slip
over the collars a minimum of
35mm.
5) Slip the assembled liner and
termination assembly through the
thimble making sure the termination
cap faces up (there are markings
on the cap that show which way is
up). This will position the
termination cap with proper down
slope for draining water. Fasten
the cap to the outer wall with the 4
supplied screws.
8) Do the same with the 175mm liner.
9) Apply a bead of silicone between
the thimble and termination and
around the outer edge of the
terminal at the wall in order to keep
the water out.
IMPORTANT: Do not locate Cowl
where excessive wind may occur.
6) Pull the centre 100mm liner and
outer 175mm liner out enough to
slip over the flue collars of the
fireplace.
7) Apply Mill Pac over the fireplace
inner collar and slip the 100mm
liner down over it and attach with 3
supplied screws.
175mm
254mm Outer Diameter
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FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
or Masport Direct Vent (Flex) for Horizontal Terminations
The diagram shows all allowable combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations, using two 90o elbows (two
45o elbows equal one 90o elbow).
A flue guard should be used whenever the termination is lower than the specified minimum or as per local codes.
•
•
Maintain a 40mm clearance to combustibles.
Horizontal flue must be supported every 3 feet.
NOTE: Only the AstroCap (Part #: 946-578/P) and the Riser Flue (Part #: 556310) are approved for Horizontal
Termination installations.
Alternate
Horizontal
Termination
Caps
Alternate:
Horizontal Riser Vent
Terminal
Part # 556310
Notes:
1)
2)
Liner sections should be continuous without any
joints or seams.
Only Flex pipe purchased from Masport may be
used for Flex installations.
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FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
The shaded area in the diagram shows all allowable combinations of straight vertical and offset to vertical terminations
, using three 90o elbows (two 45o elbows equal one 90o elbow).
• Flue must be supported at offsets
• Firestops are required at each floor level and whenever passing through a wall.
• Maintain a 40mm clearance to combustibles
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HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS
Install the flue system according to the
manufacturer's instructions included
with the components.
1) Set the unit in its desired location.
Check to determine if wall studs or
roof rafters are in the way when the
flueing system is attached. If this is
the case, you may want to adjust
the location of the unit. Rough in
the gas preferably on the right side
of the unit and the electrical
(junction block is on the left side)
on the left.
c) Snorkel Terminations:
For installations requiring a
vertical rise on the exterior of
the building, 355mm Riser Flue
as shown in Dia. 2a. Follow the
same installation procedures
as used for standard Horizontal
Termination. NEVER install the
snorkel upside down.
Do not attempt to enclose the
Snorkel within the wall, or any
other type of enclosure.
2) Assemble the desired combination
of pipe and elbows to the appliance
and ensure seal wil Mil-Pac.
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner
pipe and high temperature
silicone sealant to outer pipe on
every joint.
b) Horizontal runs of flue must be
supported every three feet. Wall
straps are available for this purpose.
3) Mark the wall for a 254mm x 254mm
square hole. The center of the
square hole should line up with the
centerline of the horizontal pipe.
Cut and frame the 254mm square
hole in the exterior wall where the
flue will be terminated. If the wall
being penetrated is constructed of
non-combustible material, i.e.
masonry block or concrete, a
178mm diameter (191mm dia. for
flex) hole is acceptable.
Note: If installing termination on a
siding covered wall, a vinyl siding
standoff or furring strips must be
used to ensure that the
termination is not recessed into
the siding.
5) Before connecting the horizontal
run of flue pipe to the flue
termination, slide the Wall Thimble
over the flue pipe.
6) Slide the appliance and flue
assembly towards the wall carefully
inserting the flue pipe into the flue
cap assembly. It is important that
the flue pipe extends into the flue
cap sufficient distance so as to
result in a minimum pipe overlap of
32mm. Secure the connection
between the flue pipe and the flue
cap with 3 sheet metal screws.
WARNING:
Dia. 2a
*As specified in CGA B149 Installation
Code. Local codes or regulations may
require different clearances.
4) The arrow on the flue cap should
be pointing up. Insure that the
40mm clearances to combustible
materials are maintained (Dia. 3).
Install the termination cap.
AstroCapTM.
When installing in a high
wind situation, common
sense must prevail.
Choose a sheltered side
of the house.
A non-combustible water
ingress shelf will need to
be fitted 200mm above
the terminal to prevent
water ingress in extreme
conditions or where no
sofit shelters the
terminal.
See Horizontal Termination diagram
on page 13.
Note:
a) The horizontal run of flue must
be level, or have a 6mm for
every 300mm of run towards
the termination. Never allow the
flue to run downward. This could
cause high temperatures and
may present the possibility of a
fire.
b) The location of the horizontal
flue termination on an exterior
wall must meet all local and
national building codes, and
must not be blocked or
obstructed. For External Flue
Terminal Locations. See
diagram on Page 10.
Dia. 3
The four wood screws provided should
be replaced with appropriate fasteners
for stucco, brick, concrete, or other
types of sidings.
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VERTICAL TERMINATION
6) Continue to assemble pipe lengths.
1) Maintain the 40mm
clearances (air
spaces) to
combustibles when
passing through
ceilings, walls, roofs,
enclosures, attic
rafter, or other
nearby combustible
surfaces. Do not
pack air spaces
with insulation.
Note: If an offset is necessary in the
attic to avoid obstructions, it is
important to support the flue pipe
every 900mm, to avoid excessive
stress on the elbows, and
possible separation. Wall straps
are available for this purpose.
Galvanized pipe is desirable above
the roofline due to its higher corrosion
resistance. Continue to add pipe
sections through the flashing until
the height of the flue cap meets the
minimum height requirements
specified in Dia. 4 or local codes.
Note that for steep roof pitches, the
vertical height must be increased. A
poor draft, or down drafting can
result from high wind conditions near
big trees or adjoining roof lines, in
these cases, increasing the flue
height may solve the problem.
2) Set
the
gas
appliance in its
Dia. 1
desired location.
Drop a plumb bob down from the
ceiling to the position of the
appliance flue exit, and mark the
location where the flue will
penetrate the ceiling. Drill a small
hole at this point. Next, drop a 7) Ensure flue is vertical and secure
plumb bob from the roof to the hole
the base of the flashing to the roof
previously drilled in the ceiling, and
with roofing rails, slide storm collar
mark the spot where the flue will
over the pipe section and seal with
penetrate the roof.
a mastic.
4) Assemble the desired lengths of
pipe and elbows. Ensure that all
pipes and elbow connections are
fully sealed.
5) Cut a hole in the roof centered on
the small drilled hole placed in the
roof in Step 2. The hole should be
of sufficient size to meet the
minimum requirements for
clearance to combustibles of
40mm. Slip the flashing under the
shingles (shingles should overlap
half the flashing) as per Dia. 3.
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner
pipe and high temperature
silicone sealant to outer pipe on
every joint.
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Dia. 4
Roof Pitch
flat to 7/12
over 7/12 to 8/12
over 8/12 to 9/12
over 9/12 to 10/12
over 10/12 to 11/12
over 11/12 to 12/12
over 12/12 to 14/12
over 14/12 to 16/12
over 16/12 to 18/12
over 18/12 to 20/12
over 20/12 to 21/12
Minimum Flue Height
Feet
Meters
2
0.61
2
0.61
2
0.61
2.5
0.76
3.25
0.99
4
1.22
5
1.52
6
1.83
7
2.13
7.5
2.29
8
2.44
8) Install the vertical termination cap.
Note:
Any closets or storage spaces, which the
flue passes through must be enclosed.
Follow the current AG 601 and NZS
5262 standards.
Grenada / Calais (P36-2)
Framing, Flue &
Clearance Information
CLEARANCES
The clearances listed below are minimum distances unless otherwise stated:
A major cause of chimney related fires is failure to maintain required
clearances (air space) to combustible materials. It is of the greatest
importance that this fireplace and vent system be installed only in accordance
with these instructions.
Clearance to combustibles from:
Back
Side
Floor
(0mm)
(0mm)
(0mm)
Side Wall Clearance
Bay or Flush Front (152mm)
NOTE: The minimum floor clearance
must be maintained from the top Vent
surface of the carpeting, tile, etc.
(38mm) Flex
Minimum Clearance from Top of Unit to:
Alcove Clearances:
Mantel*
Ceiling
Max. Depth
(914mm)
Min. Width
Min. Height
(1219mm)
(1499mm)
min. (177mm)
(1016mm)
from top of unit.
Horizontal Clearances
Top
Side
Bottom
(51mm)
(40mm)
(40mm)
Clearances for Bay or Flush Front
WARNING
Fire hazard is an extreme risk if these
clearances are not adhered to.
Note:
Gas supply from right hand side
and power from left hand side
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COMBUSTIBLE MANTELS
Because of the extreme heat this fireplace emits, the mantel clearances are critical.
Note:
A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower height if the framing is made of metal studs covered with
a non-combustible board.
These drawings are to scale at 1:6 (one inch = 6 inches)
Mantel can be installed anywhere in shaded area or higher using the above scale.
Note:
Ensure the paint that is used on the mantel and the facing is "heat resistant" or the paint may discolour.
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LOCATING YOUR GAS FIRE
1) When selecting a location for your fire, ensure that the clearances outlined on this page are met.
2) Provide adequate clearances for servicing.
3) The appliance must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This may be the floor,
or raised up on a platform to enhance its visual impact. If the appliance is going to be installed on carpeting, combustible
linoleum tile or other combustible material other than wood flooring, the appliance must be installed on a metal or wood
panel extending the full width and depth of the appliance.
4) The Grenada/Calais Co Axial Flue Gas Fireplace can be installed in a recessed position or framed out into the room
as in A, B, C, D. See Diagram 1.
Diagram 1
A)
B)
C)
D)
Flat on Wall
Flat on Wall Corner
Recessed into Wall/Alcove
Corner
5) This appliance is lsted for bedroom installations when used with a listed millivolt thermostat. Some areas may have
further requirements, check local codes before installation.
6) The Grenada/Calais Co Axial Flue Gas Fireplace is approved for alcove installations, which meet the clearances listed
on this page.
7) We recommend that you plan your installation on paper using exact measurements for clearances and floor protection
before actually installing this appliance. Have an authorized inspector, dealer, or installer review your plans before
installation.
MANTEL LEG CLEARANCES
Combustible mantel leg clearances as per diagram below:
Grenada/
Calais
Maximum
38mm
projection at
51mm
minimum
clearance.
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FRAMING AND FINISHING
1) Determine the total thickness of
facing material (e.g. drywall plus
ceramic tiles) to allow the
finished surface to be flush with
the front of the unit. Total facing
thickness can vary from 13mm to
32mm thick.
Install Side Nailing Strips, Top
Facing Support, and Top
Standoffs before unit is slipped
into position.
3) For exterior walls, insulate the
enclosure to the same degree as
the rest of the house, apply
vapour barrier and drywall, as
per local installation codes. (Do
not insulate the fireplace
itself.)
4) The top of the unit must not be
closer than 813mm to the ceiling.
826mm
915mm
1029mm
2) Frame in the enclosure for the
unit with framing material. The
framed opening is 921mm high
x 921mm wide x 324mm deep.
50mm
89mm 101mm
324mm
Note: 1029mm is the minimum height
for flex termination flueing.
Framing Dimensions
A
921mm
B
921mm
C
324mm
D
1168mm*
* 'D' is Minimum height to combustible materials
including the Minimum 2" (51mm) Top clearance
to the Horizontal Flue.
Note:
Above are framing
dimension NOT finished
wall dimensions
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Note: The unit does not have to be
completely enclosed in a
chase. The clearance on top
of the unit is 0mm to the
standoffs so combustible
building materials can be laid
directly on top of the
standoffs. You must maintain
40mm clearance from the flue
to combustible materials for
flex).
6) Use steel studs for framing
where the 40mm clearance from
the flue to combustible material
cannot be maintained, e.g. front
top header.
FLUEING INTRODUCTION
The Grenada/Calais uses the "balanced flue" technology Co Axial system. The inner liner flues products of
combustion to the outside while the outer liner draws outside combustion air into the combustion chamber thereby
eliminating the need to use heated room air for combustion and losing warm room air up the chimney.
Note: These flue pipes must not be connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and flue system must be flued directly to the outside of the building, and never be attached to a
chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gas burning appliance. Each room sealed gas appliance must use it's own
separate flue system. Common flue systems are prohibited.
This flueing system has been tested and listed as a room sealed heater system by Warnock Hersey. The location of the
termination cap must conform to the requirements in the flue terminal Locations diagram.
Masport Direct Vent (Flex) System Termination Kit (Part # 946-125) includes all the parts needed to install the
Grenada/Calais with a maximum run of 4 feet.
1) 6-7/8" dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
2) 4" dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
3) Spring spacers (3)
4) Thimble (2)
5) AstroCap termination cap (1)
6) Screws (12)
7) Tube of Mill Pac (1)
946-578/P
8) Plated screws (8)
9) Screws #8 x 1-1/2" drill point, stainless steel (4)
Notes:
1) Liner sections should be continuous
without any joints or seams.
2) Only Flex pipe purchased from Masport
may be used for Flex installations.
3) If you are installing the Grenada/Calais into a
Masport Mantel Kit, use the minimum
horizontal vent height (centreline
of 1029mm). Remember to include
the mantel base in your calculations
and to maintain the 32mm clearance
(51mm with Flex) to the underside of
the mantel top.
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INSTALLATION
EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
according to AG 601 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5262 (New Zealand)
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
From the ground or above a balcony
From a return wall or external corner
From a gas meter (M)
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
From a drain or soil pipe
Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
300
500
500
500
1000
500
150
500
500
500
1500
Clerances ‘k’ in mm
Space Heaters
All Other Alppliances
Up to 50 MJ/h
Input
150
Up to 50 MJ/h Input
500
Over 50MJ/h input
to 50 MJ/h inut
1000
Over 50MJ/h input
1500
NOTES:
(I)
For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500 mm
in all cases.
(II)
All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line
with the nearest par to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV) A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed area
is fully open on at least two sides and a free flow of air at the appliance is achieved.
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FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
MASPORT DIRECT FLUE SYSTEM (FLEX)
(Propane & Natural Gas)
The diagram shows all allowable combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations, using one 90o elbow
(two 45o elbows equal one 90o elbow).
A flue guard should be used
whenever the termination is
lower than the specified
minimum or as per local
codes.
Note: Flexi Direct Vent system is
only approved for horizontal
terminations.
995mm using Masport Direct Vent
Flue Kit - Part # 588667
•
•
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
Horizontal flue must be supported every 1 metre.
NOTE:
If you are installing the Grenada/Calais into a Masport Mantel Kit, use the minimum horizontal flue height
(centreline of 1029mm. Remember to include the mantel base in your calculations and to maintain the 40mm
clearance with rigid pipe systems (51mm with flex) to the underside of the mantel top.
ALL INNER FLUE JOINTS MUST BE SEALED WITH MIL-PAC SEALANT
WARNING:
When installing in a high wind situation, common sense must prevail. Choose a
sheltered side of the house.
A non-combustible water ingress shelf will need to be fitted 200mm above the
terminal to prevent water ingress in extreme conditions or where no sofit
shelters the terminal.
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FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
MASPORT CO AXIAL FLUE SYSTEM (FLEX)
(Propane & Natural Gas)
The diagram below shows examples of horizontal termination arrangements using two 90o elbows (two 45o elbows
equal one 90o elbow).
Note:
1)
2)
3)
4)
A maximum of two 90o elbows are permitted.
A minimum of 1.8m vertical from base of unit is required if two 90o elbows are used.
Minimum distance between elbows is 600mm.
Determine the permitted range of horizontal termination arrangements by using chart on page
12 and deducting 1 metre from the maximum horizontal distance for the second 90o elbow.
If length "B" is increased, length
"A" must be decreased by a
corresponding amount.
A flue guard should be used
whenever the termination is lower
than the specified minimum or as
per local codes.
•
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
•
Horizontal flue must be supported every 1 metre.
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FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
The Grenada/Calais is approved for a 23 ft. (7.0m) vertical, with a maximum
12 ft. (3.7m) horizontal offset using two 90o elbows (two 45o elbows equal one
90o elbow)
The Grenada/Calais is approved for a 37 ft. (11.3m straight vertical, including
a 510mm horizontal offset using two 90o elbow (two 45o elbows equal one 90o
elbow)
• Flue must be supported at offsets
• Maintain clearances to combustibles as listed.
Note: Flexi Direct Vent System is only approved for horizontal terminations.
Diagram 1
Diagram 2
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The Grenada/Calais is approved for a 37 ft. (11.3m)
straight vertical.
The shaded area in the diagram 3 shows all allowable
combinations of straight vertical and offset to vertical
terminations. Maximum two 45o elbows allowed.
•
•
Flue must be supported at offsets
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
Diagram 3
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HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS
Install the flue system according to
the manufacturer's instructions
included with the components.
1) Set the unit in its desired location.
Check to determine if wall studs or
roof rafters are in the way when the
flueing system is attached. If this is
the case, you may want to adjust
the location of the unit. Rough in
the gas preferably on the right side
of the unit and the electrical (junction
block is on the left side) on the left.
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner
pipe and high temperature
silicone sealant to outer pipe on
every joint.
Diagram 3
must be used to ensure that the
termination is not recessed into
the siding.
Diagram 2
a) Horizontal runs of flue must be
supported every three feet.
2) Mark the wall for a 254mm x 254mm
square hole. The centre of the
square hole should line up with the
centreline of the horizontal pipe.
Cut and frame the 254mm square
hole in the exterior wall where the
flue will be terminated. If the wall
being penetrated is constructed of
non-combustible material, i.e.
masonry block or concrete, a
(178mm dia. 191mm dia. for flex)
hole is acceptable.
Note:
a) The horizontal run of flue must
have a 6mm rise for every
305mm run towards the
termination. Never allow the flue
to run downward. This could
cause high temperatures and
may present the possibility of a
fire.
b) The location of the horizontal
flue termination on an exterior
wall must meet all local and
national building codes, and
must not be blocked or
obstructed. For External Flue
Terminal Locations.
4) Before connecting the horizontal
run of flue pipe to the flue
termination, slide the Wall Thimble
over the flue pipe.
5) Slide the appliance and flue
assembly towards the wall carefully
inserting the flue pipe into the flue
cap assembly. It is important that
the flue pipe extends into the flue
cap sufficient distance so as to
result in a minimum pipe overlap of
32mm. Secure the connection
Note:
between the flue pipe and the flue
Riser Vent is only
cap by attaching the two sheet
for use in above
metal strips extending from the flue
grade terminations
cap assembly into the outer wall of
the flue pipe. Use the two sheet
Diagram 3a
metal screws provided to connect
the strips to the pipe section. See
3) The arrow on the flue cap should
Diagram 4.
be pointing up. Insure that the
40mm clearances to combustible
materials are maintained. Install
the termination cap, diagram 5.
The four wood screws provided
should be replaced with
appropriate fasteners for stucco,
brick, concrete, or other types of
sidings.
Note: If installing termination on a
siding covered wall, a vinyl
siding standoff or furring strips
Diagram 4
6) Install wall
thimble in the
center of the
254mm
square and
attach with
wood screws
(Diagram 5).
Diagram 5
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURES
for Masport Direct Vent
System (Flex)
1) Locate the unit in the framing,
rough in the gas (preferably on the
right side of the unit) and the
electrical (Junction block is on the
left side) on the left. Locate the
centerline of the termination and
mark wall accordingly. Cut a
254mm hole in the wall (inside
dimension).
Note: A 40mm clearance around
the liner must be maintained
except that only a 25mm
clearance is needed at the
termination end. We
recommend framing a
254mm x 254mm (inside
dimensions) hole to give
structural rigidity for
mounting the termination.
Note: To make the installation
more aesthically pleasing,
we recommend framing out
a square to mount the
terminal to.
2) Level the fireplace and fasten it
to the framing using nails or
screws through the nailing strips.
3) Assemble the vent assembly by
applying Mill Pac to the
100mm inner collar of the
termination and slipping the
100mm) liner over it at least
35mm). Fasten with he 3 screws
(drilling pilot holes will make this
easier). Apply Mill-Pac or high
temperature silicone to the
175mm flex pipe and slip it over
the 175mm outer collar of the vent
terminal at least 35mm) and asten
with the 3 screws.
NOTE: Horizontal sections must be
supported at intervals not
exceeding 1 metre. (Flame picture
and performance will be affected by
sags in the liner).
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4) Separate the 2 halves of the wall
thimble and securely fasten the
one with the tabs to the outside
wall making sure that the tabs
are on top and bottom. Fasten the
other thimble half to the inside
wall. The thimble halves slip
inside each other and can be
adjusted for 2 x 4 or 2 x 6 walls.
The liners must slip over the
collars a minimum of 35mm.
5) Slip the assembled liner and
termination assembly through the
thimble making sure the
termination cap faces up (there
are markings on the cap that show
which way s up). This will position
the termination cap with proper
down slope for draining water.
Fasten the cap to the outer wall
with the 4 supplied screws.
6) Pull the centre 100mm) liner
and outer 175mm liner out
enough to slip over the flue collars
of the fireplace. (You may wish to
cut the liner shorter to make it
more workable.) Do not bend
liner more than 90°.
7) Apply Mill Pac over the fireplace
inner collar and slip the 100mm liner
down over it and attach with 3 supplied
screws.
8) Do the same with the 175mm liner.
9) Apply a bead of silicone between
the thimble and termination and
around the outer edge of the
terminal at the wall in order to
keep the water out.
NOTE: Installation and annual
service must be performed
by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier to
validate
warranty.
The
information in this manual is
subject to change without
notice. Always refer to the
information in the Installation
Manual that is included with
each unit.
VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
1) Maintain the 40mm
clearances (air
spaces) to
combustibles when
passing through
ceilings, walls, roofs,
enclosures, attic
rafter, or other
nearby combustible
surfaces. Do not
pack air spaces
with insulation.
2) Set the gas
appliance in its
Diagram 1
desired location.
Drop a plumb bob down from the
ceiling to
the position
of the
appliance
flue exit,
and mark
the location
where the
flue will
penetrate
the ceiling.
Drill a small
hole at this
point. Next,
Diagram 2
drop a
plumb bob
from the roof to the hole
previously drilled in the ceiling,
and mark the spot where the flue
will penetrate the roof. Determine
if ceiling joists, roof rafters or
other framing will obstruct the
flueing system. You may wish to
relocate the appliance or to
offset, as shown in Diagram 2 to
avoid cutting load bearing
members.
Note: Apply sealant "Mill-Pac" to inner pipe and high temperature
silicone sealant to outer pipe on
every joint.
3) A ceiling plate must be installed
in the floor or ceiling of every
level.
4) Assemble the desired lengths of
pipe and elbows. Ensure that all
pipes and elbow connections
are fully sealed.
5) Cut a hole in the roof centred on
the small drilled hole placed in
the roof in Step 2. The hole
should be of sufficient size to
meet the minimum requirements
for clearance to combustibles of
40mm. Slip the flashing under
the shingles (shingles should
overlap half the flashing) as per
Diagram 4.
Diagram 5
Roof Pitch
flat to 7/12
over 7/12 to 8/12
over 8/12 to 9/12
over 9/12 to 10/12
over 10/12 to 11/12
over 11/12 to 12/12
over 12/12 to 14/12
over 14/12 to 16/12
over 16/12 to 18/12
over 18/12 to 20/12
over 20/12 to 21/12
Minimum Flue Height
Feet
Metres
2
0.61
2
0.61
2
0.61
2.5
0.76
3.25
0.99
4
1.22
5
1.52
6
1.83
7
2.13
7.5
2.29
8
2.44
7) Ensure flue is vertical and
secure the base of the flashing
to the roof with roofing rails,
slide storm collar over the pipe
section and seal with a mastic.
Diagram 4: The upper half of the
flashing is installed under the roofing
material and not nailed down until the
chimney is installed. This allows for
small adjustments.
6) Continue to assemble pipe
lengths.
8) Install the vertical termination
cap by twist-locking it.
Note: Any closets or storage spaces,
which the flue passes through must
be enclosed.
Offset Chart
Note: If an offset is necessary in the
attic to avoid obstructions, it is
important to support the flue
pipe every 900mm, to avoid
excessive stress on the elbows,
and possible separation. Wall
straps are available for this
purpose (Diagram 2).
Galvanized pipe is desirable
above the roofline due to its
higher corrosion resistance.
Continue to add pipe sections
through the flashing until the
height of the flue cap meets the
minimum height requirements
specified in Diagram 5 or local
codes. Note that for steep roof
pitches, the vertical height must
be increased. A poor draft, or
down drafting can result from high
wind conditions near big trees or
adjoining roof lines, in these
cases, increasing the flue height
may solve the problem.
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Newport (P121) /
Newport Pier (P131)
Framing, Flue &
Clearance Information
CLEARANCES
The clearances listed below are minimum distances unless otherwise stated.
Clearance to combustibles from:
Back
Side
Floor
(0mm)
(0mm)
(0mm)
CAUTION REQUIREMENTS: The top, back and sides of the fireplace are defined by
standoffs. The metal ends of the standoffs may NOT be recessed into combustible
construction.
Determine the total thickness of the finished floor (eg. tile, carpet, slate) to allow the
finished surface to be flush with the base of the unit.
Ceiling Height from Floor
WARNING:
Fire hazard is an extreme risk
if these clearances (air space)
to combustible materials are
not adhered to. It is of greatest
importance that this fireplace
and flue system be installed
only in accordance with these
instructions.
(1829mm)
Mantel Height from Base of Unit:
(991mm)
Horizontal Flue Clearances:
Top
(64mm)
Side
(40mm)
Bottom
(40mm)
Vertical Flue Clearances
(40mm)
COMBUSTIBLE MANTELS
Because of the extreme heat this fireplace emits, the mantel
clearances are critical. Combustible mantel clearances from
top of unit are shown in Diagram to the right.
Note: A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower height if the
framing is made of metal studs covered with a non-combustible
board.
This drawing is to scale at 1:6 (one inch = 6 inches)
Mantel can be installed anywhere in shaded area or higher using
this scale.
Caution: Ensure the paint that is used on the mantel and the facing is
"heat resistant" or the paint may discolour.
* If the 3" metal extension trim is removed it must be replaced
with a 3" non-combustible material.
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Mantel Clearances
FRAMING AND FINISHING
1) For ease of installation, frame your fireplace after it is positioned and the flue system is installed. Remember to
install the top standoffs.
CAUTION: Verify your fireplace dimensions, framing methods and finished wall facing details before
framing. Determine the total thickness of facing material - drywall plus ceramic tiles, slate, etc. Allow
the finish surface to be flush with the front or side of the unit. Total facing thickness can vary from
13mm to 32mm thick.
2) When locating your appliance on an exterior wall or in a chase, apply a vapour barrier and drywall, as per local
building codes. DO NOT INSULATE THE FIREPLACE ITSELF.
CAUTION: The unit does not have to be completely enclosed in a chase. The clearance on top of the unit is
0mm to the standoffs so combustible building materials can be laid directly on top of the standoffs. You must
maintain
clearance from the flue to combustible materials for both rigid and flex.
P131 - Pier
P121 - See Thru
C
A
A
B
B
C
Note: These units are
non-load bearing.
Framing Dimensions
P121 (See Thru)
P131 (Pier)
A 25"(635mm)
minus two times
the finishing
material thickness*
25"(635mm)
minus two times
the finishing
material thickness*
B 42-1/2"(1080mm)
42-1/2"(1080mm)
C 46-3/4"(1187mm)
45" (1143mm)
minus one time
the finishing
material thickness*
* Finish material thickness includes: drywall, ceramic
tile, slate, etc.
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FACING & FINISHING REQUIREMENTS
This fireplace is supplied with a 76mm metal extension trim above the fireplace. The extension trim may be
replaced if the framing is faced with a non-combustible material placed flush with the front and side face of the unit
and extending from the top of the unit. (ie. tile, slate, etc.)
NOTE:
Installation and annual service must be performed by a qualified installer, service agency
or the gas supplier to validate warranty. The information in this manual is subject to
change without notice. Always refer to the information in the Installation Manual that is
included with each unit.
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EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
According to AG 601 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5261 (New Zealand)
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
a Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
b From the ground or above a balcony
c From a return wall or external corner
d From a gas meter (M)
e From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
f From a drain or soil pipe
g Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
h From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
j Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
k Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
300
500
500
500
1000
500
150
500
500
500
1500
Clearance 'k' in mm
Space heaters
Up to 50 MJ/h Up to 50 MJ/h
input
input
150
500
All other appliances
Over 50 MJ/h input Over 150 MJ/h input
to 150 MJ/h input
1000
1500
NOTES:
(I)
For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500 mm in all
cases.
(II)
All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line with the
nearest par to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV) A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed area is fully
open on at least two sides and a free flow of air at the appliance is achieved.
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FLUEING INFORMATION FOR NEWPORT/NEWPORT PIER
The Newport/Newport Pier uses the “balanced flue” technology Co Axial system. The inner liner vents products of
combustion to the outside while the outer liner draws outside combustion air into the combustion chamber thereby
eliminating the need to use heated room air for combustion and losing warm room air up the chimney.
Note: These flue pipes must not be connected to any other appliance.
The gas appliance and vent system must be vented directly to the outside of the building, and never be attached
to a chimney serving a separate solid fuel or gas burning appliance. Each direct vent gas appliance must use it’s
own separate vent system. Common vent systems are prohibited.
FLUEING ARRANGEMENT - HORIZONTAL TERMINATIONS
Masport Direct Vent System (Flex) Horizontal Terminations Only
These flueing systems, in combination with the Newport/Newport Pier Direct Vent Gas Fireplace, have been tested
and listed as a direct flue heater system by Warnock Hersey. The location of the termination cap must conform to the
requirements in the Vent Terminal Locations diagram.
Masport Direct Vent (Flex) System Termination Kit (Part# 946-513) includes all the parts needed to install the
Newport/Newport Pier with a maximum run of 610mm.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
178mm dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
100mm dia. flexible liner (2 ft. length)
Spring spacers (3)
Thimble (2)
AstroCap termination cap (1)
Screws (12)
Tube of Mill Pac (1)
Plated screws (8)
Screws #8 x 1-1/2" drill point, stainless steel (4)
4
2
1
5
3
Notes:
1) Liner sections should be continuous without
any joints or seams.
2) Only Flex pipe purchased from Masport may be
used for Flex installations.
3) Masport Direct Vent System (Flex) is only ap
proved for horizontal terminations.
WARNING
When installing in a possible highwind situation common sence must prevail.
Choose sheltered side of the house.
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Note:
Any closets or storage spaces,
which the flue passes through
must be enclosed.
Offset Chart
Note: To make
the installation
more
aesthetically
pleasing, we
recommend
framing out a
square to
mount the
terminal to.
2) Level the fireplace and fasten it to
the framing using nails or screws
through the nailing strips.
INSTALLATION
PROCEDURES
for Masport AstroCapTM Direct
Flue System (Flex)
1) Locate the unit in the framing,
rough in the gas. Locate the
centerline of the termination and
mark wall accordingly. Cut a
254mm hole in the wall (inside
dimension).
Note: A 40mm clearance around the
liner must be maintained except
that only a 25mm clearance is
needed at the termination end.
We recommend framing a
254mm x 254mm (inside
dimensions) hole to give
structural rigidity for mounting
the termination.
3) Assemble the flue assembly by
applying Mill Pac to the 100mm
inner collar of the termination and
slipping the 100mm liner over it at
least 35mm. Fasten with the 3
screws (drilling pilot holes will make
this easier). Apply Mill Pac or high
temperature silicone to the 175mm
flex pipe and slip it over the 175mm
outer collar of the flue terminal at
least 35mm and fasten with the 3
screws.
NOTE:Horizontal sections must be
supported at intervals not
exceeding 900mm). (Flame
picture and performance will be
affected by sags in the liner).
4) Separate the 2 halves of the wall
thimble and securely fasten the
one with the tabs to the outside wall
making sure that the tabs are on
top and bottom. Fasten the other
thimble half to the inside wall. The
thimble halves slip inside each other
and can be adjusted for 2 x 4 or 2
x 6 walls. The liners must slip
over the collars a minimum of
35mm.
5) Slip the assembled liner and
termination assembly through the
thimble making sure the
termination cap faces up (there
are markings on the cap that show
which way is up). This will position
the termination cap with proper
down slope for draining water.
Fasten the cap to the outer wall
with the 4 supplied screws.
6) Pull the centre 100mm liner and
outer 175mm liner out enough to
slip over the flue collars of the
fireplace. (You may wish to cut the
liner shorter to make it more
workable.) Do not bend liner more
than 45o.
7) Apply Mill Pac over the fireplace
inner collar and slip the 100mm
liner down over it and attach with 3
supplied screws.
8) Do the same with the 175mm liner.
9) Apply a bead of silicone between
the thimble and termination and
around the outer edge of the
terminal at the wall in order to keep
the water out.
IMPORTANT:
Do not locate termination
hood where excessive wind
may occur.
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Horizontal Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
V
1' (305mm) Minimum
2' (610mm) Minimum
3' (914mm) Minimum
4' (1.22m) Minimum
5' (1.5m) Minimum
6' (1.86m) Minimum
H + H1
2' (610mm) Maximum
5' (1.5m) Maximum
8' (2.4m) Maximum
11' (3.35m) Maximum
14' (4.27m) Maximum
15' (4.5m) Maximum
With the above options, maximum total pipe length
if 37 feet with minimum of 6 feet total vertical and
maximum 15 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 300mm between 90o
elbows is required.
Horizontal Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
V
2' (610mm) Min.
3' (914mm) Min.
4' (1.22mm) Min.
5' (1.5m) Min.
H
1' (305mm) Max.
3' (914mm) Max.
5' (1.5m) Max.
7' (2.13m) Max.
H + H1 + H2
3' (914mm Max.
6' (1.86m) Max.
9' (2.7m) Max.
12' (3.6m) Max.
With the above options, maximum total pipe length
if 37 feet with minimum of 5 feet total vertical and
maximum 12 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o
elbows is required.
Diagram 5
Horizontal Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
Diagram 3
Horizontal Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
V
1' (305mm) Min.
2' (610mm) Min.
3' (914mm) Min.
5' (1.5m) Min.
H
1' (305mm) Max.
3' (0.91m) Max.
5' (1.5m) Max.
8' (2.4m) Max.
H + H1
3' (914mm) Max.
6' (1.86m) Max.
9' (2.7m) Max.
12' (3.6m) Max.
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
V + V1
2' (610mm) Minimum
3' (914mm) Minimum
4' (1.22m) Minimum
5' (1.5m) Minimum
With the above options, maximum total pipe length if
37 feet with minimum of 5 feet total vertical and
maximum 12 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o
elbows is required.
With the above options, maximum total pipe length if
37 feet with minimum of 5 feet total vertical and
maximum 12 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o
elbows is required.
Diagram 4
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H + H1
3' (914mm) Maximum
6' (1.86m) Maximum
9' (2.7m) Maximum
12' (3.6m) Maximum
Diagram 6
FLUEING ARRANGEMENTS - VERTICAL TERMINATIONS
•
•
Flue must be supported at offsets
Maintain clearances to combustibles.
The Newport/Newport Pier is approved for a maximum 35 ft. (10.7m) straight vertical flue systems for Propane
and Natural Gas, as per diagram 7 below.
Straight Up Vertical Flueing
Vertical Flueing with One (1) 90o Elbow
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
V
1' (305mm) Minimum
2' (610mm) Minimum
3' (914mm) Minimum
4' (1.22m) Minimum
H
2' (610mm) Maximum
4' (1.22m) Maximum
6' (1.86m) Maximum
8' (2.4m) Maximum
With the above options, maximum total pipe length
if 37 feet with minimum of 4 feet total vertical and
maximum 8 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o
elbows is required.
Diagram 7
Diagram 8
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Vertical Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
E)
F)
V
1' (305mm) Minimum
2' (610mm) Minimum
3' (914mm) Minimum
4' (1.22m) Minimum
5' (1.5m) Minimum
6' (1.86m) Minimum
Vertical Flueing with Two (2) 90o Elbows
Option
A)
B)
C)
D)
H
4' (1.22m) Maximum
6' (1.86m) Maximum
9' (2.7m) Maximum
12' (3.6m) Maximum
15' (4.5m) Maximum
17' (5.1m) Maximum
With the above options, maximum total pipe length if
37 feet with minimum of 6 feet total vertical and
maximum 17 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o elbows is required.
Diagram 9
V
1' (305mm) Minimum
2' (610mm) Minimum
3' (914mm) Minimum
4' (1.22m) Minimum
H + H1
2' (610mm) Maximum
4' (1.22m) Maximum
6' (1.86m) Maximum
8' (2.4m) Maximum
With the above options, maximum total pipe length
if 37 feet with minimum of 4 feet total vertical and
maximum 8 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o
elbows is required.
Diagram 10
Vertical Flueing with Three (3) 90o Elbows
Option
V + V1
H
H + H1
A)
2' (610mm) Min.
1' (305mm) Max.
2' (610mm) Max.
B)
C)
3' (914mm) Min.
4' (1.22mm) Min.
4' (1.22m) Max.
6' (1.86m) Max.
5' (1.5m) Max.
8' (2.4m) Max.
D)
5' (1.5m) Min.
8' (2.4m) Max.
12' (3.6m) Max.
With the above options, maximum total pipe length is
37 feet with minimum of 5 feet total vertical and
maximum 12 feet total horizontal.
Please note minimum 305mm between 90o elbows
is required.
Diagram 11
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Geneva Direct Vent
Rear & Top Exit
Venting Information
COMBUSTION AND
VENTILATION AIR
VENTING INSTALLATION
PRECAUTIONS
The combustion air from this appliance is
drawn from outside the building through the
outer flue.
NOT ALLOWED ARE:
Extra provision for combustion air inside
the room is not required.
IMPORTANT
Read all instructions carefully before starting
the installation. Failure to follow these
instructions may create a fire or other safety
hazard, and will void the warranty. Be sure to
check the venting and clearance to
combustible requirements. Consult your local
building codes before beginning installation.
The location of the termination cap must
conform to the requirements in the Exterior
Vent Terminal Locations diagram on page 40.
1) Installation of any damaged Direct Vent component
2) Unauthorized modification of the Direct Vent System
3) Installation of any component part not manufactured or approved by
Masport Ltd.
4) Installation other than as instructed by Masport Ltd.
Warning: Always maintain required clearances (air spaces) to
nearby combustibles to prevent a fire hazard. Do not fill air spaces
with insulation.
The minimum clearance requirements between the outer wall of the vent pipe
and nearby combustible surfaces is 40mm. Be sure to check the vent termination
clearance requirements from decks, windows, soffits, gas regulators, air supply
inlets and public walkways as specified in your local building codes.
The gas appliance and vent system must be vented directly to
the outside of the building, and never be attached to a chimney
serving a separate solid fuel or gas-burning appliance.
Each direct vent gas appliance must use its own separate vent system. Common
vent systems are prohibited.
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EXTERIOR FLUE TERMINATION LOCATIONS
Minimum clearances required for balanced flue terminals or
the flue terminals of outdoor appliances
according to AG 601 (AGA gas installation code) or NZS 5262 (New Zealand)
Minimum
Clearance (mm)
a
b
c
d
e
f
g
h
j
k
Below eaves, balconies or other projections:
- Appliances up to 50 MJ/h input
300
- Appliances over 50 MJ/h input
500
From the ground or above a balcony
500
From a return wall or external corner
500
From a gas meter (M)
1000
From an electricity meter or fuse box (P)
500
From a drain or soil pipe
150
Horizontal from any building structure (unless appliance is approved
for closer installation) or obstruction facing a terminal
500
From any other flue terminal, cowl or combustion air intake
500
Horizontally from an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet, or
any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)):
- Appliances up to 150 MJ/h input
500
- Appliances over 150 MJ/h input
1500
Vertically below an openable window, door, or non-mechanical air inlet,
or any other opening into a building, with the exception of sub-floor ventilation
(see also Note (I)): see table below
Clearance 'k' in mm
Space heaters
Up to 50 MJ/h Up to 50 MJ/h
input
input
150
500
All other appliances
Over 50 MJ/h
Over 150 MJ/h
to 150 MJ/h input
input
1000
1500
NOTES:
(I)
For mechanical air inlets, including spa blowers, the clearance 'j' and 'k' shall be 1500
mm in all cases.
(II)
All distances shall be measured vertically or horizontally along the wall to a point in line
with the nearest par to of the terminal.
(III) Prohibited area below electricity meter or fuse box extends to ground level.
(IV) A flue terminal of this type shall not be located under a roofed area unless the roofed
area is fully open on at least two sides and a free flow of air at the appliance is
achieved.
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PLANNING YOUR FLUING INSTALLATION
When planning your installation, it will
be necessary to select the proper
length of flue pipe for your particular
requirements. Determine the minimum
clearance to combustibles from the
rear of the unit to the wall. It is also
important to note the wall thickness.
Before cutting the flue hole through
the wall ensure that ALL flue and
termination clearances will be met.
*If this is an outside corner, the
minimum distance between the flue
and the outside corner is 500mm.
NOTE: Ensure compliance with the
outside flue terminal location before
cutting hole as both dimensions must
be met.
For corner installation,
Restrictor must be set at
32mm open.
For straight rear installation,
Restrictor must be set at
29mm open.
HORIZONTAL INSTALLATIONS
1) Set the unit in its desired location.
Check to determine if wall studs
are in the way when the fluing
system is attached. If this is the
case, you may want to adjust the
location of the unit.
terminated. If the wall being
penetrated is constructed of noncombustible material, i.e. masonry
block or concrete, a 178mm
diametre hole is acceptable.
Note:
2) Assemble the desired combination
of pipe and elbow to the appliance.
Seal with Mil-Pac.
3) With the pipe attached to the stove,
slide the stove into its correct
location, and mark the wall for a
241mm (inside dimensions) round
hole. The centre of the round hole
should line up with the centreline of
the horizontal pipe, as shown in
diagram 1. Cut and frame the
241mm round hole in the exterior
wall where the flue will be
centre
of hole
centreline
a) The horizontal run of flue should
have a 6mm rise for every
305mm of run towards the
termination. Never allow the flue
to run downward. This could
cause high temperatures and
may present the possibility of a
fire.
b) The location of the horizontal
flue termination on an exterior
wall must meet all local and
national building codes, and
must not be blocked or
obstructed.
Diagram 1
NOTE: Installation and annual service must be performed by a qualified installer, service
agency or the gas supplier to validate warranty. The information in this manual is
subject to change without notice. Always refer to the information in the installation
manual that is supplied with each unit.
Always check for high wind conditions before installing Direct Vent systems. Mil-Pac
sealant must be used to seal inner pipe.
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VENTING ARRANGEMENTS
Horizontal Terminations for All Venting Systems
The shaded areas in the diagram below show all allowable
combinations of vertical runs with horizontal terminations.
Maximum one 90° elbow (two 45° elbows equal one 90°
elbow).
Vent Restrictor Position
To set the Vent restriction as indicated in the diagram, simply
loosen the screws and push the vent restrictor plate to the
correct position.
Vent Restrictor is located inside fire at top of firebox
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The shaded area in the diagram below shows all allowable combinations
of straight vertical and offset to vertical runs with vertical terminations.
Maximum two 45° elbows.
If the vent is ENCLOSED in a chase (min. size 229mm x 229mm) maintain a 40mm
clearance to combustibles.
U31/I31 GAS INSERT
ZERO CLEARANCE KIT
KIT # 410-905
Manual
Owners &
Installation
Tested by:
Warnock Hersey
& Australian Gas
Assoc.
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual.
For assistance or additional
information consult an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
What to do if you smell gas:
• Do not try to light any
appliance
• Do not touch any electrical switch: do not use
any phone in your
building.
• Immediately call your
FOR YOUR SAFETY
gas supplier from a
Do not store or use gasoline or
neighbour's phone.
other flammable vapours and
Follow the gas supplier's
liquids in the vicinity of this or any
instructions.
other appliance.
• If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
Installation and service must be
department.
performed by an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
Metal Fab Industries Limited - New Zealand
PO Box 58 473
Greenmount
Auckland
Phone: + 64 9 274 8265
Fax.
+64 9 274 8472
908-005
Metal Fab PTY - Australia
Unit 2, 205 Abbotts Road
Dandenong South
Victoria 3175
06/16/03
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
GAS INSERT ZERO CLEARANCE KIT
CONTENTS
PAGE
Listings & Code Approvals .................................................. 3
Specifications ....................................................................... 3
General Information ............................................................. 3
Parts ..................................................................................... 3
Clearances to combustibles ................................................. 4
Locating Your Fireplace ..................................................... 5
Ashlip ................................................................................... 5
Ashlip Installation ................................................................. 6
Framing ................................................................................ 6
Kit Assembly ........................................................................ 7
Venting (Flueing) .................................................................. 8
Optional Outside Combustion Air Supply Installation ........... 9
Gas supply line ..................................................................... 9
Electrical Supply ................................................................... 9
Faceplate & Trim Installation ............................................. 10
Finished Facing Notes ....................................................... 11
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
This gas component has been tested in accordance with National Safety Standards, and has been certified by
Warnock Hersey for installation and operation in the United States and Canada as described in these
Installation and Operating Instructions. This gas component has also been tested in accordance with AG103
and certified in Australia by the Australian Gas Association for installation in Australia, and New Zealand.
Install according to AG 103 and as described in these installation and operating instructions.
Check with your local
building code agency
before you begin
your installation to
ensure compliance
with local codes,
including the need
for "permits" and
follow-up inspections.
If any problems are
encountered
regarding code
approvals, or if you
wish clarification on
any of the
instructions
contained here,
contact your local
dealer.
Specifications
GENERAL INFORMATION
This kit consists of factory built parts that require
minimal assembly to form the Zero Clearance enclosure for the U31/I31 Gas Insert. The enclosure can
then be fixed into a framed combustible construction,
and a standard
"B-vent" (Australia/New Zealand: an approved twin
skin flue) installed on the assembly for the required
venting (flueing). The insert can be installed later.
The faceplate will normally overlap on top of the
finished wall.Using Kit# 410-905 you can convert the
U31/I31 Gas Insert models into highly efficient heat
producing Zero Clearance Fireplaces.
PARTS
Included with Kit:
1 (410-905) Main Body Assembly
Sold Separately:
(Rq)=Required
(Op)=Optional
(Rq) 1 (410-906)
Zero Clearance Faceplate
44" W x 32"H (1117mm W x 813mm H) includes
4"(102mm) Hearth Trim and faceplate trim
(Op) 1 (410-920)
Ash Lip
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
The clearances for the Zero Clearance Kit are 0" to combustibles (back, side and floor) but when planning your
installation review the clearances required for the Insert (see below) after it is installed in the Zero Clearance
Kit. The Zero Clearance Kit must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete).
This may be the floor, or raised up on a platform to enhance its visual impact.
NOTE: The specified '0' inch floor clearance means that the top surface of the flooring material, i.e. carpeting, tile, etc., must not extend
above the bottom edge of the 4" Hearth Trim.
Clearances to Combustibles for Insert
* Mantel clearances vary with the width of the
mantel see the chart "Combustible Mantel Clearances" on this page.
From Unit
Sides
Drop Ceiling
Mantel*
A
10" / 250 mm
B
47.5" / 1207 mm
C(My) 22" / 555 mm
Note: A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower
height if the framing is made of metal studs covered with a
non-combustible board.
From Surround
Sides
Drop Ceiling
D
E
2" / 50 mm
37.75" / 945 mm
Mantel Depth*
G(Mx)11.5" / 290 mm
Max. Alcove Depth H
36" / 882mm
Min. Alcove Width J
48" / 1200 mm
Facing (Mantel Leg)
Side**
K
1" / 25 mm
Top
L
1" / 25 mm
Side View
45
K
*Combustible Mantel Clearances
Max.
K
D
A
K
Top View
**Max. width of 1"(25mm) at 1"(25mm) from
surround, calculate depth at 45o as shown in the
diagram.
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Depth (Mx)
(inches)
(mm)
0" to 3.5"
to 5.5"
to 11.5"
0mm to 89mm
to 140mm
to 292mm
Clearance (My)
(inches) (mm)
20"
21"
22"
508mm
533mm
559mm
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LOCATING YOUR U31/I31 FIREPLACE
Due to high temperatures the Insert should be located out of traffic
and away from furniture and draperies. Provide a minimum of 48"
(1220mm) front clearance to the unit.
A
C
B
D
F
This appliance is Listed for bedroom installations when used with a
Listed Millivolt Thermostat. Some areas may have further requirements, check local codes before installation.
E
This unit is not approved for installation into a mobile home.
a) Cross Corner
b) Room Divider
Wall
c) Flat on wall
d) Island
e) Flush with
f)
Flat on Wall
Corner
ASH LIP FOR FLUSH INSTALLATION
a) An ashlip is mandatory on a U31/I31 flush (flat window) Insert when installed less than 6" (152mm),
(including the 4"(102mm) hearth trim) to a combustible floor (see Figure 1). For detailed installation see
Faceplate and Trim Installation.
Note: If the ashlip is required with the flush front installed, the bottom gold trim will NOT fit and cannot be
installed.
b) No ashlip is required when U31/I31 insert is raised by 2"(51mm). See figure 2.
c) No ashlip is required on a U31/I31 insert with a bay window and/or bay louvres. See figure 3.
Figure 1
Figure 2
Figure 3
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
ASHLIP INSTALLATION
1) Line up the two holes in the ashlip with the bottom 2 holes in the front
of the stove.
2) Screw into position with the two screws provided with the ashlip.
NOTE: The bottom gold trim does not go onto the
unit when the ashlip is installed.
FRAMING
1) The trim kit allows for 1/2" (13 mm) of finish facing material. The kit may be installed directly on and/or
against standard combustible building materials.
2) Frame in the enclosure for the Kit with framing material. The framed opening for the assembled kit is 31.75"
(806mm) high x 37.75" (959mm) wide x 19.5" (495mm) (20" (508mm) including drywall) deep. See diagram below.
3) For exterior walls, vapour barrier and insulate the enclosure to the same degree as the rest of the house, or
according to local installation codes.
4) The appliance must be enclosed with non-combustible material above the standoffs on the cabinet
but the clearances stated on the "B-vent" chimney must be maintained.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
KIT ASSEMBLY
1) Using the screws provided, attach left and right
sides to the rear panel. Side flanges go on the
outside. See diagram 1.
3) Install top assembly. Make sure top rear flange is
on the outside of the back panel. Top side flanges
go on the inside.
2) Install floor. All floor flanges go on the inside. See
diagram 1.
4) Install top front standoff assembly, with the drywall
standoff angle facing forward. See diagram 1.
5) Move Zero Clearance Assembly into final position
and attach to framing. See diagram 3.
6) Attach 4"(100mm) - "B" vent
adapter. See Venting.
Note: Top insulation protrudes about
1"(25mm) in order to assure a tight
seal when faceplate is installed.
Leakage in this area will result in
possible overheating of the finishing material immediately above the
frame. See diagram 1.
Diagram 1
Diagram 2
Diagram 3
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
VENTING (FLUEING)
1) This fireplace must be vented (flued) with a 4"
(100mm) diameter Class “B” vent (Australia/New
Zealand: twin skin flue). The installation of the
venting (flueing) system must conform and be in
accordance with the natural gas installation code
CAN/CGA - B149 (Canada), ANSI Z223.1
(U.S.A.), AG 601 (Australia), and NZS 5261 (New
Zealand). Minimum chimney height from base of
fireplace must be at least 12 feet (3.6m).
2) Masonry Chimney Installation:
This application can be connected to a masonry
chimney flue. Make sure the masonry chimney is
clean and in good working order. When an existing masonry chimney is unlined and local experience indicates that gas condensation may be a
problem or if local codes dictate, an approved liner
should be installed. Use “B” Vent (flue) to bridge
the gap between the fireplace and the masonry
chimney. To ensure proper flue sizing and operation it is recommended that the masonry chimney
be lined with an approved aluminium chimney liner
of the same diameter as the “B” Vent (flue). Make
sure connection between “B” Vent (flue) and
masonry is completely sealed. Flue pipe exposed
to cold air should be insulated in a chase. If
condensation occurs, a trap should be installed at
the bottom of the flue.
NOTE: Cold Climate Installation
When this appliance is to be installed against a noninsulated wall or in a chase, fibreglass insulation
should be installed around the body of the fireplace.
Note: The draft hood must be installed parallel to the fireplace
opening, as shown below. See Instructions in U31/I31
Installation Manual.
Install stove insert as per U31/I31 Installation Manual.
A chimney register plate is
required above the heater
in large type registers to
assist with down drafting
and heat loss problems.
Use a maximum of two
offsets; four 45o elbows, or
two 90o elbows for example. Slope horizontal pipe
at least 1/4" (6.4 mm) rise
per foot of run. Horizontal
runs should not exceed
the vertical rise. Keep
horizontal runs to a minimum.
See chart below.
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Variable Chimney Routes
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY
A 4" (100 mm) dia. aluminum flex pipe or equivalent may be installed from the outside (with a proper exterior
cover) to the Zero Clearance cabinet. There are outside holes provided on three sides of the kit. Use only the
one that is most suitable for your installation. This will provide adequate outside combustion air supply to the
heater.
GAS SUPPLY LINE
An authorized service person should install the gas line in accordance with all local building codes. If codes
permit, flex gas line or coiled copper tubing may be used as gas supply line. The suggested way to install the
gas supply line is as follows: run 1/2" (9.5 mm) NPT gas line to the left side of the framed opening. (See U31/
I31 installation instructions for additional information).
Specifications
Min. Inlet
Gas Pressure
Input
Rating
Natural Gas
5" w.c.
1.13 kPa
30,000 Btu/h
31 mj/h
Propane
12" w.c.
2.75 kPa
27,500 Btu/h
28.5 mj/h
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Provide 120 VAC, 60 Hz (in Australia and New Zealand: 240 VAC, 50 Hzin) receptacle within 24"(610mm) of
the left side of the appliance (not inside the Zero Clearance Cabinet). Plug the cord on the appliance into the
receptacle.
ELECTRICAL
OUTLET BOX
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
FACEPLATE & TRIM INSTALLATION
1) Lay the faceplate panels flat, facedown on something soft so they don't scratch.
2) a)
b)
Take the top faceplate and align the holes in
it with the holes in the side panels. Using the
screws provided, attach from the top of the
panel (holes in the top panel are slightly
larger than the holes in the side panel to
facilitate easier installation). See diagram 1.
4"(102mm) Hearth Trim. Attach the Hearth
Trim to the bottom of the faceplate side
panels with the screws provided. See diagram 1.
3) Using the trim clips provided, join the left side trim
(with the ON/OFF switch) to the top trim. See
diagram 2. Connect the right side trim to the top
trim.
4) Place the trim on the assembled faceplate panels,
aligning the wire connections from the switches
with the notch on the left side panel.
5) Connect the fan switch wires by taking the black
and red wires with the male ends (in the grey
harness) and connect them with the wire connectors from the fan speed control.
Hint: Don't tighten the screws down completely at
ON/OFF
Switch
Wires to
On/Off
Switch
Fan Speed
Switch
(Rear View)
Self-adhesive
Wire Clip
For Gas
Connection
Wires to
Fan Switch
Connectors
POWER CORD (3ft)
Diagram 3
6) Connect the ON/OFF switch wires by taking the
black and red wires with the female ends and
connect them to the ON/OFF switch.
Diagram 1: Faceplate Assembly
this point, do a trial fit to the unit. Make any necessary adjustments and when it fits properly then
tighten down the screws.
7) Install these wires in the clips on the left faceplate
to ensure they dont touch the insert. See diagram
3.
8) The power cord should be run behind the
faceplate panel from the U31/I31 to electrical outlet
box.
Trim
Clips
Diagram 2: Trim Assembly
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
10)
Attach the brass trim to the faceplate
by drilling a 1/8" (3mm) hole through
the faceplate using the hole in the
trim as a guide. Fasten the trim to
the faceplate panels using the plated
screws. #10 x1/2". See diagram 6
detail 'C'.
11)
Attach the faceplate panels to the
insert body using the 4 remaining
black screws.
See diagram 6 detail 'A'.
Top Deflector
Diagram 7: Slide Top Deflector into brackets.
After Deflector is installed
Diagram 6
12)
Slide the Top Deflector into the two brackets
under the fireplace body top. Diagram 7.
13)
Push the logo plate into the two holes in the bottom left corner of the faceplate.
Note: If ashlip is required for safety clearance (see pg. 5) then attach to stove unit using the 2 lower screw holes on the face of the stove
unit (see diagram 6 detail 'B').
Note: This faceplate with Hearth Trim Assembly replaces the standard Assembly as shown in the U31/I31 Installation Manual.
FINISHED FACING NOTES
Install finished facing surface of 1/2"(13mm) thickness on framing. Drywall 1/2" (13 mm) thick can extend flush
with the appliance on all three sides of the front face. The height at which the mantel must be installed above
the top louver depends on the depth of the mantel. If the mantel is to be painted, use a heat resistant paint to
prevent discolouration.
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U41/I41 GAS INSERT
ZERO CLEARANCE KIT
KIT # 660-900
Manual
Owners &
Installation
Tested by:
Warnock
Hersey:
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual.
For assistance or additional
information consult an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapours and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
Installation and service must be
performed by an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
Masport - Australia
P.O. Box 553
Braeside
Victoria 3195
Ph. 1300 366 225
Fax. 1800 035 594
What to do if you smell
gas:
•
•
•
•
Do not try to light any
appliance
Do not touch any
electrical switch: do not
use any phone in your
building.
Immediately call your
gas supplier from a
neighbour's phone.
Follow the gas
supplier's instructions.
If you cannot reach
your gas supplier, call
the fire department.
Masport - New Zealand
1-37 Mt Wellington Hwy.Panmure,
P.O. Box 14349
Auckland 6.
Ph. (9) 571 1200
Fax. 0508 570 570
908-427
01/13/03
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LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
This gas component has been tested in accordance with National Safety Standards, and has been certified by Warnock
Hersey for installation and operation in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand as described in these
Installation and Operating Instructions.
Check with your local building code agency before you begin your installation to ensure compliance with local codes,
including the need for "permits" and follow-up inspections. If any problems are encountered regarding code approvals, or if
you wish clarification on any of the instructions contained here, contact your local dealer.
U41/I41 Zero Clearance Kit Specifications
Using Kit# 660-900 you can convert the Gas Insert
models U41 and I41 into highly efficient heat
producing Zero Clearance Fireplaces.
REQUIRED PARTS
Included with Kit:
1 660-908 Main Body Assembly
1 660-906 Front Base Assembly
Sold Separately:
1 660-911 Zero Clearance Faceplate
44-3/8"(1127mm) W x 33-5/16"(846mm) H
GENERAL INFORMATION
This kit consists of factory built parts that require
minimal assembly to form the Zero Clearance
enclosure for the U41/I41 Gas Insert. The
enclosure can then be fixed into a framed
combustible construction, and a standard "B-vent"
installed on the assembly for the required venting.
The insert can be installed later.
The faceplate will normally overlap on top of the
finished wall. The base of the Zero Clearance Kit
can be installed directly on carpeting, tile or any
flooring material; however, the hearth if installed in
front of the unit requires special protection as
described in the "Hearth" section on page 4.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
The clearances for the Zero Clearance Kit are 0" to combustibles (back, side and floor) but when planning your
installation review the clearances required for the Insert (see below) after it is installed in the Zero Clearance Kit.
The Zero Clearance Kit must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This may
be the floor, or raised up on a platform to enhance its visual impact.
Clearances to Combustibles
for U41/I41 Insert
Sides
Drop Ceiling
Mantel
From Unit
A
9.5" / 241 mm
B
35" / 890 mm
C(My) 12.5 / 320 mm
G
From Surround
Sides
D
2" / 50 mm
Drop Ceiling
E
25.5" / 650 mm
Mantel
F
3" / 75 mm
Mantel Depth
G(Mx)
Min. Alcove Width J
Facing (Mantel Leg)
Side*
K
Top
L
7.5" / 190 mm
48" / 1120 mm
1" / 25 mm
1" / 25 mm
B
E
F
C
I
A
D
H
J
Top View
Combustible Mantel Clearances
Depth (MX)
Clearance (MY)
(inches)
0" to 5.5"
6.0”
6.5”
7.0”
7.5”
8.0”
8.5”
9.0”
9.5”
(mm)
0mm to 140mm
153mm
165mm
178mm
191mm
203mm
216mm
229mm
242mm
(inches)
(mm)
11"
11-3/8"
11-3/4"
12-1/4"
12-1/2"
12-5/8"
12-3/4"
12-7/8"
13"
280mm
289mm
299mm
312mm
318mm
321mm
324mm
327mm
330mm
*Max. width of 1"(25mm) at 1"(25mm) from surround,
calculate depth at 45o as shown in the diagram.
Note: A non-combustible mantel may be installed at a lower
height if the framing is made of metal studs covered with a
non-combustible board.
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
LOCATING YOUR U41/I41 FIREPLACE
Due to high temperatures the Insert should be located
out of traffic and away from furniture and draperies.
Provide a minimum of 48" (1220 mm) front clearance
to the unit.
This appliance is listed for bedroom installations when
used with a listed millivolt thermostat. Some areas
may have further requirements, check local codes
before installation.
This unit is not approved for installation into a mobile
home.
a) Cross Corner
b) Room Divider
c) Flat on wall
d) Island
e) Flush with Wall
f) Flat on WallCorner
HEARTH
A hearth is not mandatory, but is recommended for aesthetics and for added safety, and if a hearth is installed
follow the requirements listed below. We recommend a non-combustible hearth which comes out a minimum of
12" (305 mm) in front of this appliance. The Zero Clearance Kit allows for a hearth up to 3" (75 mm) thick above
the base to be installed in front of the unit, the ventilation holes must not be blocked. Note: if the hearth is
built up, the faceplates sides will need to be field trimmed to fit, the insulation behind the faceplate must not be
removed.
Non-Combustible Hearth Material
a) non-combustible floor board meeting ASTM E-136 or E-108
or CAN 4-S114 or the equivalent, and offering a thermal
resistance (k factor) of 0.45 or greater.
b) suitable materials include but are not limited to:
Wonderboard, Durock, Micor, Hardibacker, Capeboard, etc.
c) 1"(25mm) thickness of brick.
Non-combustible Hearth
Height (y)
Depth (x)
(inches) (mm) (inches) (mm)
3"
76mm 21-3/4" 553mm
2-5/8"
67mm 21"
534mm
2-1/4"
57mm 20"
508mm
1-7/8"
48mm 19"
483mm
1-1/2"
38mm 18"
457mm
1-1/4"
32mm 17"
432mm
1"
26mm 16"
407mm
7/8"
22mm 15"
381mm
5/8"
16mm 13"
330mm
1/4"
7mm 11"
280mm
0"
0mm 9"
229mm
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1) The Trime kit allows for a 1/2” (13mm) of finish
facing material. The kit may be installed directly on
and/or against combustible building materials.
2) Frame in the enclosure for the Kit with framing
material. The framed opening for the assembled kit
is 33-1/2" (850 mm) high x 30-1/4" (769 mm) wide
x 16" (407mm) deep. See diagram.
3) For exterior walls vapour barrier and insulate the
enclosure to the same degree as the rest of the
house, or according to local installation codes. In
colder climates, if the heater is to be installed
against an exterior wall or chase, insulate the
exterior walls according to local installation codes.
4) Extend the vent chase to a minimum ceiling height
of 79" (2007 mm) at the same width and depth
mentioned above. Keep this area above the unit
clear of combustible construction except for the
framing header.
Warning: Combustible materials must not extend
inside the stand-offs on the side, top and rear
supports. For safety reasons do not modify or alter
any components of the 660-900 Kit.
1) Slide the front base assembly into position on the
main body assembly as shown in the diagram. Align
the screw holes with the 3 holes on the front side
supports. Align the nail holes on the front base
assembly base with the base of the main body
assembly.
2) Use the 3 screws (on each side) to tighten the main
body and front base assembly. Base must be at
same elevation as the main body assembly.
3) Nail the Zero Clearance Kit to the framing, there are
6 predrilled holes in the front face of the kit (3 per
side) and 3 predrilled holes in the front base
assembly. It is recommended that the front base
assembly and Main body base be nailed to the floor.
VENTING
ZERO CLEARANCE KIT ASSEMBLY
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This fireplace must be vented with a 4"(102mm)
diameter Class “B” vent
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
(not supplied). The installation of the venting system must conform and be in accordance with the natural gas
installation code CAN/CGA - B149(Canada), ANSI Z223.1 (U.S.A.), AG 601 (Australia), NZS 5261 (New
Zealand) and any applicable national or local codes. Minimum chimney height from base of fireplace must be
at least 12 feet (3.6 M).
Use a maximum of two offsets; four 45o elbows, or two 90o elbows for example. Slope horizontal pipe at least
1/4" (6.4 mm) rise per 12" (305mm) of run. Horizontal runs should not exceed
the vertical rise. Keep horizontal runs to a minimum.
standard
through the wall
in the wall
Variable Chimney Routes
multi-storey
installation
Flue Vent Termination:
There must be at least 3 ft.(0.9m) of chimney above the
roof level. Stack the pipe onto your finish support to a
minimum height of 3 ft.(0.9m) above the roof penetration,
or 2 ft.(0.6m) above any point within 10 ft. (3m) measured
horizontally.
NOTE: Cold Climate Installation
Do not install against a non-insulated wall or in a chase.
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE COMBUSTION
AIR SUPPLY INSTALLATION
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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
A 4" (100 mm) dia. aluminum flex pipe or equivalent may be installed from the outside (with a proper exterior cover)
to the Zero Clearance cabinet. There are outside air knock-out holes provided on three sides of the kit. Use only the
one that is most suitable for your installation. This will provide adequate outside combustion air supply to the heater.
GAS SUPPLY LINE
An authorised service person should install the gas line in accordance with all local building codes. If codes permit,
flex gas line or coiled copper tubing may be used as gas supply line. The suggested way to install the gas supply line
is as follows: run 1/2" (9.5 mm) NPT gas line to the left side of the framed opening.
Specifications
U41
I41
Natural Gas
LPG
Natural Gas
LPG
Min. Inlet Gas Pressure
5.0" w.c.
11.0" w.c.
1.25 kPa
2.75 kPa
BTU Input Rating
38,000 BTU/hr
38,000 BTU/hr
42,000 BTU/hr
38,000 BTU/hr
WIRING
Install an electrical outlet box in the lower left rear corner, no higher than 4-1/2" (114 mm) above the bottom and
connect 120 VAC (240V in Australia & New Zealand) to the receptacle. The heater fan power cord will be plugged
into this outlet box, or into any receptacle near the appliance.
FINISHED FACING NOTES
Install finished facing surface of 1/2"(13mm) thickness on framing. Drywall 1/2" (13 mm) thick can extend flush with
the appliance on all three sides of the front face. The height at which the mantel must be installed above the top
louver depends on the depth of the mantel. If the mantel is to be painted, use a heat resistant paint to prevent
discolouration.
Faceplate and trim installation instructions are in the U41/I41 Insert manual. NOTE: the top faceplate assembly has
insulation installed for safety reasons and must not be removed.
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G51 ZERO
CLEARANCE KIT
KIT # 390-900
Manual
Owners &
Installation
PLEASE KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
WARNING:
Improper installation, adjustment,
alteration, service or maintenance
can cause injury or property
damage. Refer to this manual.
For assistance or additional
information consult an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
FOR YOUR SAFETY
What to do if you smell gas:
•
•
•
FOR YOUR SAFETY
Do not store or use gasoline or
other flammable vapours and
liquids in the vicinity of this or any
other appliance.
Installation and service must be
performed by an authorized
installer, service agency or the
gas supplier.
Masport - Australia
54 Boundary Rd. Braeside
P.O. Box 553
Victoria 3195
918-238
•
Do not try to light any
appliance
Do not touch any
electrical switch: do not
use any phone in your
building.
Immediately call your gas
supplier from a
neighbour's phone.
Follow the gas supplier's
instructions.
If you cannot reach your
gas supplier, call the fire
department.
Masport - New Zealand
1-37 Mt Wellington Hwy.Panmure,
P.O. Box 14 349
Auckland 6.
01/20/04
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
G51 ZERO CLEARANCE KIT
CONTENTS
PAGE
Listings & Code Approvals .................................................. 3
Specifications ....................................................................... 3
General Information ............................................................. 4
Parts ..................................................................................... 4
Clearances to Combustibles ................................................ 4
Locating Your Fireplace ..................................................... 5
Framing ................................................................................ 5
Kit Assembly ........................................................................ 6
Venting ................................................................................. 7
Zero Clearance Box Installation ........................................... 8
Outside Combustion Air Supply Installation (optional) ......... 9
Gas Supply Line ................................................................... 9
Electrical Supply ................................................................... 9
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INSTALLATION
LISTINGS AND CODE APPROVALS
This gas component has been tested in accordance with National Safety Standards, and has been certified for
installation and operation in Australia and New Zealand as described in these Installation and Operating
Instructions.
Check with your local building code agency before you begin your installation to ensure compliance with local
codes, including the need for "permits" and follow-up inspections. If any problems are encountered regarding
code approvals, or if you wish clarification on any of the instructions contained here, contact your local dealer.
Specifications
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INSTALLATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
This kit consists of factory built parts that require minimal assembly to form the Zero Clearance box for the
G51 Gas Insert. The Zero Clearance box can then be
fixed into a framed combustible construction, and a
standard "B-vent" installed on the assembly for the
required venting. The insert can be installed later. The
faceplate will normally overlap on top of the finished wall.
You can convert the G51 Gas Insert model into highly
efficient heat producing Zero Clearance Fireplaces.
PARTS
Included with Kit:
1 Main Body Assembly
1 Faceplate Top Insulation
1 Zero Clearance Top Louver Assembly
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
The clearances for the Zero Clearance Kit are 0" to combustibles (back, side and floor) but when planning your
installation review the clearances required (see below) after it is installed in the Zero Clearance Kit.
The Zero Clearance Kit must be installed on a flat, solid, continuous surface (e.g. wood, metal, concrete). This
may be the floor, or raised up on a platform to enhance its visual impact.
Note: Ensure the paint that is used on the mantel and the facing is "heat resistant" or the paint may discolour.
Clearances to Combustibles
Refer to fire installation manual for clearances.
Combustible Mantel Clearances
Refer to installation instructions on page 7 of the fire
fire manual for clearances.
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Facing Requirements
The fireplace requires a non-combustible material
extending to the framing header and sides.
INSTALLATION
LOCATING YOUR G51 FIREPLACE
A
Due to high temperatures the Insert should be located out of
traffic and away from furniture and draperies. Provide a minimum
of 48" (1220mm) front clearance to the unit.
This appliance is Listed for Alcove installations, maintain minimum Alcove clearances as follows, minimum ceiling height of
65.5"(1666mm), minimum width of 56.5" (1435 mm) and a
maximum depth of 36"
(915 mm).
a) Cross Corner
b) Room Divider
c) Flat on wall
C
B
D
F
E
This unit is not approved for installation
into a mobile home.
d) Island
e) Flush with Wall
f) Flat on Wall Corner
FRAMING
1) The trim kit allows for 1/2" (13 mm) of finish non-combustible facing material. The kit may be installed
directly on and/or against standard combustible building materials.
2) Frame in the Zero Clearance box for the Kit with framing material.
3) For exterior walls, vapour barrier and insulate the Zero Clearance box to the same degree as the rest of the
house, or according to local installation codes.
4) The appliance may be enclosed above the standoffs on the cabinet but the clearances stated on the b-vent
chimney must be maintained.
Framing Dimensions
A
839mm
B
C
1118mm 428mm
Warning: Combustible materials must not extend
inside the stand-offs on the side, top and rear supports. For safety reasons do not modify or alter any
components of the 390-900 kit.
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INSTALLATION
KIT ASSEMBLY
Parts
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
Top Assembly
Base Assembly
Back Panel
Left Side Panel
Right Side Panel
Front Panel
Kit Assembly
1) Lay the Base Assembly on a flat surface.
2) Attach the Left and Right Side panels to the
Back panel (one screw each side).
NOTE: The side flanges are on the outside,
back flanges are on the inside.
3) Lift the Back/Side Assembly onto the Base,
position as shown in the diagram. The Back
and Sides rest on the Base with the Base
flanges on the outside. Fasten the Back to the
Base (3 screws) and the Sides to the Base (2
screws for each side).
4) Attach the top assembly, with the top flanges
on the outside of the Sides and Back panels.
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INSTALLATION
VENTING
1) This fireplace must be vented with a 8" (200mm)
diameter Class “B” vent. The installation of the
venting system must conform and be in accordance with the natural gas installation code CAN/
CGA - B149 (Canada), ANSI Z223.1 (U.S.A.), AG
601 (Australia), and NZS 5261 (New Zealand).
Minimum chimney height from base of fireplace
must be at least 12 feet (3.7m).
2) Masonry Chimney Installation:
This application can be connected to a masonry
chimney flue. Make sure the masonry chimney is
clean and in good working order. When an existing masonry chimney is unlined and local experience indicates that gas condensation may be a
problem or if local codes dictate, an approved liner
should be installed. Use “B” Vent to bridge the
gap between the fireplace and the masonry chimney. To ensure proper flue sizing and operation it
is recommended that the masonry chimney be
lined with an approved aluminium chimney liner of
the same diameter as the “B” Vent. Make sure
connection between “B” Vent and masonry is
completely sealed. Flue pipe exposed to cold air
should be insulated in a chase. If condensation
occurs, a trap should be installed at bottom of flue.
Chimney Routes
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INSTALLATION
ZERO CLEARANCE
BOX INSTALLATION
1) Assemble Zero Clearance box as per instructions
on page 6. DOT NOT INSTALL FRONT PLATE.
2) Place the unit on the stand-offs in the Zero Clearance box.
5) Attach flue collar to the top assembly. Align with
holes in Zero Clearance box and secure with 4
screws.
6) Install front panel of zero clearance box, secure
using 6 screws.
3) Slide the unit in all the way back.
4) Run required gas and electrical connections to the
Zero Clearance box, both are located on the left
hand side of the unit. See "Gas Supply Line" on
page 9 and "Electrical Supply" on page 9.
Zero Clearance Box assembled.
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7) Make the final gas and electrical connections as
per the instruction manual.
Zero Clearance Box
with unit in place.
INSTALLATION
OPTIONAL OUTSIDE COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY INSTALLATION
A 4" (100 mm) dia. aluminum flex pipe or equivalent
may be installed from the outside (with a proper
exterior cover) to the Zero Clearance cabinet.
There is an outside hole provided on the rear wall
of the kit. This will provide adequate outside
combustion air supply to the heater.
GAS SUPPLY LINE
An authorized service person should install the gas line in accordance with all local building codes. If codes
permit, flex gas line or coiled copper tubing may be used as gas supply line.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
Provide 120 VAC, 60 Hz (in Australia and New Zealand: 240 VAC, 50 Hz) receptacle within 24"(610mm) of the
left side of the appliance (not inside the Zero Clearance Cabinet). Plug the cord on the appliance into the
receptacle.
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