Universal-6_ 85_ EN_ IV

Universal-6_ 85_ EN_ IV
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS &
MANUAL FOR ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
UNIVERSAL-6 85
Wood-burning insert appliance
Barbas wishes you many cosy evenings with your new fire
This document is an essential part of your fire.
Read it carefully before installation and maintenance
of the gas fire and keep it in a safe place!
Version number: 01 - 339439
Serial number:
Date: 25-06-2015
Production date:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Introduction
1.1 General ................................................................................................
1.2 Safety and installation instructions ......................................................
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Placing
2.1 Included ...............................................................................................
2.2 Preparation for positioning ...................................................................
2.3 Accessories .........................................................................................
2.4 Hearth requirements ............................................................................
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Installation
3.1 Instructions ...........................................................................................
3.2 Flue gas channel ..................................................................................
3.3 Fitting ...................................................................................................
3.4 Combustion air supply system surround .............................................
3.5 Preparation / Function check ...............................................................
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Operation ....................................................................................................
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Annual maintenance ...................................................................................
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Replacement parts ......................................................................................
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Dimensions .................................................................................................
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Technical data .............................................................................................
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Warranty terms ...........................................................................................
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INTRODUCTION
1.1
GENERAL
Congratulations on your purchase of this modern Barbas appliance.
This quality product will provide you with many years of enjoyment due to the flame
effect and warmth that it provides.
This appliance is exempted or recommended for exemption under section 21 of the
Clean Air Act 1993 and can be used in accordance with the intended use as described
in this manual in smoke control areas in the UK. The appliance, when sold into the UK
market, include a factory-installed modified air slider to ensure compliance with smoke
emission requirements within smoke control areas.
Study this manual carefully before using the fireplace. We recommend you keep this
manual in a safe place for reference purposes.
“The Clean Air Act 1993 and Smoke Control Areas”
Under the Clean Air Act local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of
the authority to be a smoke control area.
It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any
fixed boiler, if located in a designated smoke control area.
It is also an offence to acquire an “unauthorised fuel” for use within a smoke control
area unless it is used in an “exempt” appliance (“exempted” from the controls which
generally apply in the smoke control area).
The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has powers under the
Act to authorise smokeless fuels or exempt appliances for use in smoke control areas
in England.
In Scotland and Wales this power rests with Ministers in the devolved administrations
for those countries. Separate legislation, the Clean Air (Northern Ireland) Order 1981,
applies in Northern Ireland.
Therefore it is a requirement that fuels burnt or obtained for use in smoke control areas
have been “authorised” in Regulations and that appliances used to burn solid fuel in
those areas (other than “authorised” fuels) have been exempted by an Order made and
signed by the Secretary of State or Minister in the devolved administrations.
Further information on the requirements of the Clean Air Act can be found here:
https://www.gov.uk/smoke-control-area-rules.
Your local authority is responsible for implementing the Clean Air Act 1993 including
designation and supervision of smoke control areas and you can contact them for
details of Clean Air Act requirements.
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1.2 SAFETY AND INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
• Do not place flammable objects within 100 cm of the appliance. Pay special attention
to furnishings and ornaments around the appliance.
• When you use your appliance, the exterior will become hot. Always wear the glove
or use the accessories supplied when filling etc.
Protect yourself and others (especially children!) from burns. Do not leave children
unattended when the appliance is burning.
• Watch your clothing. Synthetic clothing in particular can easily catch fire and burn
intensely.
• Do not approach the appliance with flammable materials or liquids. Any work with
solvents, adhesives etc. in the space heated by the appliance can be very
dangerous.
• It is not allowed to connect the appliance to a flue which is already connected to
another appliance.
• Check the chimney. Cracks in the chimney may not only lead to damp, staining
of walls and leaking of smoke, they can also impair the carrying off of smoke.
• Prevent your chimney being soiled from above (birds’ nests etc.) by fitting a suitable
cap to the chimney pot.
• Avoid chimney fires! Have your chimney swept at least once per year - more often
if you use your fire a lot. Prevent excessive deposits of soot inside the chimney by
not burning freshly-cut wood. Instead, burn clean, dry chopped wood.
• Follow the instructions issued by your local fire brigade.
The appliance can be taken in operation if national and local regulations are satisfied.
The required constructive adaptations should be satisfied as well.
• It is essential that the appliance, the flue and combustion air supply are cleaned and
inspected annually by a Barbas dealer/specialist.
The safe operation of the appliance will thus remain guaranteed.
• The appliance is suitable and approved for periodical use.
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• The appliance may only be set up if the appliance and location meets the
- national and local installation regulations;
- local fire brigade regulations and required architectural provisions.
• Ensure that the room in which the appliance is situated has adequate ventilation.
• Wood and wood briquettes may be stoked in the appliance.
Do not use any coal and liquid fuels or fuel gel in the appliance. The appliance is
not intended for use of this fuels and can be dangerous and lead to damage to your
health and may seriously damage the appliance.
• Never use the appliance to burn rubbish.
• Please read all instructions / stickers on and around the appliance.
• Read the “Directions for use” before using the appliance for the first time. When you
first fire up your appliance, there are a number of extra points you should take into
account.
• In transit, some parts of the appliance may have moved from their original place.
Check that the door opens and closes, the brake plates are fitted correctly to the
brackets at the top of the appliance and the heat-resistant panels are fixed to the
walls. Check if there are no foreign objects in the appliance.
• Avoid over-loading (white burning glow), caused, for example, by lengthy burning
with primary air (combustion air supply slider all the way to “ + ”) or by burning too
much wood in one go. The appliance can then become over-heated.
• Ask for the local building regulations, before commensing the installation of the
appliance.
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LOCATION
2.1
INCLUDED
Set documentation
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•
Directions for use
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Attributes
•
•
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Glove (Heat resistant up to max. 95°C)
Operating hook / Poker
Cover plates
N.B. If any part is missing, please contact your dealer.
2.2
PREPARATION FOR POSITIONING
Check all functions of the appliance before fitting.
• Check the opening and closing operation of the door.
Turn the handle all the way down:
Door is locked.
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Handle forwards:
The door releases from its lock and can be opened forwards.
For this, use the operating hook supplied.
• Check whether the 2 retardant plates are located correctly in the supports.
• Check the operation of the slider for the regulation of the combustion air intake
(middle below the window).
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• Check whether the ashtray is completely empty.
• Report any defects immediately to your dealer.
• Remove enclosed documents and components from the appliance.
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Important:
Decide how to install the appliance.
There are many possibilities !
See also chapter 3.3 Fitting.
Dependent on the type of fireplace where
the appliance is located /installed.
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Connection Possibilities:
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Mounting as insert in an existing fireplace.
In these situations the combustion air inlet is at the front of the appliance.
A Insert, no open space in top of the fireplace.
Ventilate the chimney
breast, when it is totally
empty, by placing vents in
the top and bottom of the
chimney breast.
B Insert, with convection fan and convection set, with open space in top of the
fireplace.
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C Insert, with open space in top of fireplace.
Convection air through the chimney breast.
II
Installing as a build-in appliance in an existing or new fireplace.
In this situation it is possible to fit the appliance with a combustion air supply from
the outside through the back or the underside of the appliance.
A Build-in appliance.
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B Build-in appliance, with convection set and convection fan.
C Build-in appliance, with convection fan and convection air through the chimney
breast.
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= Closed
(“break away” discs)
= Open
(“break away” discs)
= Grate
Ventilation openings chimney breast
= Grate
Combustion air supply via wall outlet
Convection set:
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Ventilation casing / chimney.
Ensure that the casing/chimney has sufficient ventilation openings (See
Chapter 3 and 4).
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• Opening of 2 convection air outlets.
Have the suitability of the area in which the fire is to be fitted (and the chimney)
approved by a specialist. The space into which the appliance is to be fitted must in no
way be damaged. The appliance must have its own chimney, constructed in compliance
with current legislation.
IMPORTANT :
If the appliance is fitted with a convection set, the convection air
outlet openings at the front side of the appliance must be closed
by means of the included 2 cover plates and 4 Allen screws.
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Cover plates convection air.
Convection air outlet openings open.
Convection air outlet openings closed.
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2.3
ACCESSORIES
The following accessories can be supplied by your dealer:
Part. no
Accessorie
338223
Convection set General: (for convection air extraction)
Advice:
• Appliance without convection fan:
The use of a convection set is strongly recommended.
• Appliance with convection fan:
The use of a convection set is possible, but not mandatory.
• 1x Flexible aluminium pipe Ø125 mm, L= 3 m (max.)
• 2x Fitting box 135x135 mm
• 2x Convection exit grid, white, 145 x 145 mm
• 2x Collar adaptor Ø125 mm
• 4x Hose clamp Ø125 mm
302188
310178
309872
309730
304040
339426
Built-in frame
339425
Deepened frame
339423
Classic frame
309872
310178
Grate ventilation chimney
Fitting box for grate ventilation chimney
339377
Set of high adjustable feet
339261
2x Cover plate
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HEARTH REQUIREMENTS
The appliance must be placed on a constructional hearth made of solid non-combustible
material, such as concrete or masonry, at least 125 mm thick, including the thickness of
any non-combustible floor and/or decorative surface. Combustible material should not
be placed beneath the constructional hearths unless there is an air-space of at least
50 mm between the underside of the hearth and the combustible material, or the
combustible material is at least 250 mm below the top of the hearth.
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A
B
150 mm
150 mm
Min
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dia pth
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gra
0m
m
m
A = Superimposed hearth
B = Constructional hearth
Figure 1: Minimum dimensions appliance
The minimum depth of the constructional hearth is 500 mm. A superimposed hearth on
top of the constructional hearth must have a minimum depth of 225 mm and must be
free of any combustible material. The actual depth of a superimposed hearth is dependent on the installation height of the appliance. The higher the appliance is installed the
deeper the superimposed hearth should be to avoid scorched floor coverings. On the
diagram below the minimum depth of the superimposed hearth in relation to the height
of the appliance can be determined.
Figure 2: Minimum depth of the superimposed hearth in relation to the height
of the appliance
The constructional hearth and a superimposed hearth must have a width extending at
least 150 mm from each side of the appliance.
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INSTALLATION
3.1 INSTRUCTIONS
When fitting one of these appliances local and/or national regulations relating to fire
safety must be followed. In case of doubt, consult the fire safety department of the local
fire brigade, particularly if the fire is to be fitted in a home with walls and/or floors
containing flammable material.
The connection of several appliances to a single flue/chimney is not allowed.
3.2 CHIMNEY
If no chimney is immediately available, have one fitted by a recognised specialist only.
The chimney must be compliant with local regulations and is particularly important because it has a significant bearing on the function of the appliance.
Basic rules:
• A chimney for an open appliance is not, by definition, suitable for a closable model
(i.e. an appliance with doors). As a closed appliance draws in much less (cold) air,
the smoke is hotter. Please have your chimney inspected to see whether it is suitable
for a closable appliance.
• The chimney opening must be at least 5 metres above the top of the door opening of
your appliance.
• The chimney must protrude at least 40 cm above the apex of a sloping roof and at
least 1 metre above a flat roof. In short, the chimney must always end in an area with
a negative air pressure. Contact your local chimney sweep
for the exact dimensions of the chimney opening.
• The internal diameter must not be less than that of the appliance at any point (even
at the end of the pipe).
• Avoid bends at all costs. The maximum deviation from the perpendicular is 45°.
Never use more than 2 bends.
• Both the dimensions and the construction must meet stringent construction
standards. Your recognised specialist will be pleased to assist.
• Contact your fire insurer to make sure that your policy is in order.
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3.3 FITTING
The appliance can be fitted in the newly-built or existing chimney breast of an open fire.
When fitting, both fire safety and operational safety must be safeguarded. The fitter is
responsible for this.
General guidelines:
• If there is a wooden beam above the fitting location, heat must not radiate directly
onto it. An insulation plate must be hung below the beam, leaving an air gap between
it and the beam of at least 1 cm.
• Always use (white) unbound ceramic insulation wool. Bound material (yellow), such
as glass and rock wool, spreads an irritating smell on heating, causes excess smoke
and is unsuitable for high temperatures.
Insulation requirements:
• temperature resistance ≥ 700°C.
• density ≥ 80 kg/m3
• Have any electrical connection for the convection fan carried out by a professional
electrician.
Note ! : The fan should be connected to an earthed wall socket.
This socket must remain accessible at all times.
• Before fitting, remove the door to protect the glass.
3.3.1 Positioning of the appliance
The appliance must be positioned on a concrete surface. If such a surface is not
immediately available, a sufficiently solid pedestal of noninflammable material should
be built from the creeping space.
The appliance can be placed in position using the carrying brackets (dealer-accessorie)
supplied.
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Ventilate the empty space in the chimney, by placing ventilation openings at the top and
bottom of the chimney breast.
The total ventilation openings should be at least 450 cm2 at the bottom of the chimney
breast and also at least 450 cm2 at the top of the chimney breast.
(Total ventilation openings: 900 cm2.)
The ventilation openings at
the top should be at least
50 cm below the ceiling
Ventilation openings
Figure 3: Use of ventilation of chimney
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Examples installation possibilities.
I
A Appliance as an insert-appliance in an existing chimney.
I
B Appliance as an insert-appliance in an existing chimney.
Fitted with a convection set and ventilation of the chimney.
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C Appliance as an insert-appliance in an existing chimney.
Convection air through the chimney breast.
Fitted with ventilation of the chimney.
II A Appliance as a build-in appliance in an existing or a new chimney.
Fitted with ventilation of the chimney.
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II B Appliance as a build-in appliance in an existing or a new chimney.
Fitted with a convection set and ventilation of the chimney.
II C Appliance as a build-in appliance in an existing or a new chimney.
Convection air through the chimney breast.
Fitted with ventilation of the chimney.
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Appliance:
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Inlet opening combustion air (front of appliance)
2
Inlet opening combustion air (bottom / rear of appliance, Ø125 mm)
with the aid of the air supply adapter (pre-mounted)
3
Inlet opening convection air (front of appliance)
4
Flue connection (topside of appliance, Ø180 mm)
5
Outlet opening convection air (front of appliance, above)
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Outlet opening convection air (top of appliance) / (Connection convection set)
(2x Ø125 mm)
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Insulation material, noninflammable ‼! (for example ceramic fibre) (sides and top
of appliance)
Chimney / Chimney breast:
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Inlet opening chimney-ventilation air (grate, bottom of chimney)
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Outlet opening convection air/chimney-ventilation air (grate, top of chimney)
10
Outlet opening convection air via convection set (grate, top of chimney)
Exterior wall:
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Inlet opening combustion air (grate, exterior wall)
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High adjustable feet (set of 4 pieces)
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Convection set
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3.3.2 Aeration / ventilation
The appliance generates: - convection air
- combustion air
Convection air is devoted to the convection of heat from the appliance to the room.
The source of heat is in the room and stays there.
If the appliance is fitted with a convection fan, this can be regulated using an built-in
dimmer. Once the appliance is hot enough, the fan automatically starts.
Combustion air is needed to keep the combustion going by drawing in air from the
room, of directly from outside, due to the natural draught of the chimney.
On delivery, the appliance is prepared for a combustion air supply from the living room
or a combustion air supply directly from the outside.
• Combustion air from the living-room:
The air inlet openings are located under the operating flap. When using the
appliance, please ensure there is a sufficient supply of fresh air: use a grate with a
minimum net opening in the outer wall of 150 cm2.
Make sure that the ventilation supply is open; this is particularly important with
today’s airtight dwellings.
If the dwelling has mechanical ventilation that creates under pressure in the room
where the appliance is located, it is necessary to fit a flue gas fan.
The type of flue gas fan is dependent on the capacity of the mechanical ventilation
system. Always consult your fitter about this.
In dwellings with an operating extractor hood, this should be turned to the lowest
setting or turned off altogether. If the extractor hood remains in use, additional
ventilation must be provided in compensation. This will not only avoid poor
combustion, but will also prevent flue gases being sucked from the appliance into
the room.
Should creating an extra ventilation opening prove insufficient, it is then necessary
to fit a flue gas fan.
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• Combustion air directly from outside:
The appliance now has a completely closed combustion system, which allows it to
operate independently of the surrounding air in the room where the appliance is
located.
The combustion air supply can be connected to the back or the underside of the
appliance. To do this, use combustion air connection Ø125 mm (exterior) for the back
or underside. Install a fixed or flexible pipe of Ø125 mm in the wall/floor between this
air supply connection and outside air supply inlet. We recommend that this pipe is
fitted with a sealing valve in order to prevent condensation in the appliance when it
is not in use.
3.3.3 Fitting in an existing chimney
• Remove the existing fire basket or stoking stones and remove the shut-off flap. The
chimney must be intact and must not be damaged during fitting.
The chimney breast opening must be big enough for a gap of 1 - 3 cm to be left all
round the appliance. Clad the chimney breast opening from the inside with a ceramic
wool fireblanket or similar (see section 3.3).
• Extend the existing chimney so that it ends at the appliance’s smoke outlet. To do
this, use a flexible, double-walled stainless steel chimney, for example.
• Slide the appliance into the chimney breast opening. Seal the smoke outlet where it
joins the chimney so that no soot can accumulate above the appliance under any
circumstances. See 3.3.4.
• Level off the appliance so that the cover does not catch on the base.
• Fill any gaps around the appliance with a ceramic insulation wool fireblanket and
position the frame (where supplied).
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3.3.4 Fitting in a newly-built chimney
•
If required, a convection set can be added when installing the appliance.
* Appliance without convection fan : The use of a convectionset is
strongly recommended.
* Appliance with build-in fan
: The use of a convectionset is possible,
but not mandatory.
•
In the case of utilisation of a convection set:
Carefully break out the “break-away openings” at the topside (2x) of the appliance.
•
Use convection set:
The function of the convection set (option) is to improve the convection through the
appliance, resulting in efficiency improvement and preventing high temperatures in
the chimney.
The set consists of: • 3 m aluflex
• 2 exit grids (white)
• 2 collar adaptors Ø125 mm
• 4 hose clamps
• Assembly convection set:
° Secure the 2 collar adaptors to the appliance.
° Now connect the flexible hoses to the 2 collar adaptors (Ø125 mm) on the top of
the fire and to the metal fitting box on the air exit grids that are being used (do not
forget to fit hose clamps).
° Ensure that the flexible hose connections are gastight.
° The air exit grids cannot be fitted until a few days later, once the masonry has
been pointed and allowed to dry. If one or more channels are connected leading
to other rooms, these rooms must be fitted with closable grids. These are available
from your dealer, as well as the flexible hoses and clamps required.
° Within a range of 30 cm either side and 50 cm above the escape opening (exit
grids), there must be no flammable materials (e.g. wooden ceiling, fitted furniture).
•
Clad the appliance on the top, sides and rear up to the front edge with an approx.
10 cm thick ceramic isolation wool fireblanket. Leave a few centimetres clearance
between the front of the chimney and the appliance.
•
Level off the appliance.
•
Make a good seal between the smoke outlet from the appliance to the chimney.
See also 3.3.5.
Ensure that the entire flue is gas-tight.
• Ventilate the chimney, by placing ventilation openings at the top and bottom of the
chimney.
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- Dimmer for installation in built-in box.
- Built-in box for dimmer.
Referring to the electrical wiring diagram in figure 4, connect the dimmer to the fan.
Brown
Blue
Blue
Brown
1
Earthed plug (with earth sleeve) 230 VAC
2
Convection fan 230 VAC/50 Hz
3
Adjustable dimmer
4
Thermostat “Clickson” set at ± 40°C
Figure 4: Electrical wiring diagram
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Figure 5: Use of convection set and ventilation of the chimney (diagram)
• Close up the front.
Available BARBAS grids (option) for ventilating the chimney:
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CLEAR OPENING (cm2)
COLOUR
DIMENSION (cm)
Brass or white
(incl. fitting)
13.5 x 13.5
75
Brass or white
(incl. fitting)
27.0 x 13.5
150
Convection air fan (white)
43.0 x 22.0
550
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• During installation of the appliance, a clearance of 3 mm should be maintained on all
sides of the appliance to allow for expansion of the appliance during operation.
• If the appliance is to be placed against a bearing wall or against a wall containing
flammable material, an air gap of at least 20 mm should first be created.
Before it a false wall, 100 mm thick, must be built of masonry or aerated concrete.
• If the appliance is not placed against a bearing wall or a wall containing flammable
material, no false wall is necessary. Layers of insulation of at least 100-mm thickness
will then be sufficient (class A1, DIN 4102-compliant). See also section 3.3.
• After four weeks, your appliance will be ready for use.
3.3.5 Connecting the smoke outlet
The appliance comes with a detachable smoke outlet connection, Ø180 mm (Ø178 mm
external). This connection is intended for steel pipes, double/single-skinned stainless
steel (insulated) flues or double/single-skinned flexible stainless steel flues.
After the appliance has been installed, it can be connected to the flue.
In order to be able to disassemble the smoke outlet connection, remove the brake
plates first.
•
Disassembling the smoke outlet connection.
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•
Pull the pipe of the appliance or the stainless steel (flexible) pipe downwards
through the appliance and secure it to the smoke outlet connection.
Fix with hose clamp
(Minimum 2 pieces
per connection.)
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Pipe of steel for the appliance
• Push the smoke outlet connection back upwards and secure it in place.
• Replace the brake plate and flue gas flap.
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3.4 COMBUSTION AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM SURROUND
If the appliance is delivered by the dealer with the combustion air supply at the front
of the appliance it is possible - before the appliance is built into to fireplace - to fit an
outside air connection.
Unscrew the 2 screws on the front of the underside several turns.
ATTENTION!
These screws may not be unscrewed completely.
Remove the back of the cover plate by unscrewing the 2 screws several turns.
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Remove the air supply adapter by carefully pressing it down at the back and then at the
front. Unscrew the screws a little more if the adapter cannot be removed.
Move the top cover to the other side of the adapter with the aid of open-end wrench 8.
Turn the adapter around in such a way that the open side and the cover points to the
back of the appliance.
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Air supply through the underside of the appliance
Use a hammer to hit the jaw plate out of the air supply adapter and place a collar in the
hole that has been created.
Screw the collar tight and bend the 3 flanges outwards.
Reconnect the air supply to the appliance. Then place the cover plate. The appliance is
now ready for an air supply through the underside.
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Air supply through the rear
Reconnect the air supply to the appliance.
Take the connection module for the back connection and hit the jaw plate out with a
hammer. Place a collar in the opening that has been created. Tighten the collar and
bend the 3 flanges outwards.
Fit the connection module onto the back of the appliance. The appliance is now
prepared for air supply from the outside.
3.5
•
•
•
•
•
PREPARATION / FUNCTION CHECK
Check the operation of the combustion air supply slider
Check if the combustion air supply openings are open
Check if the convection air supply openings are open
Check if the convection air escape openings are open
Check that the fan, once fitted, is in working order (if present)
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OPERATION
The appliance with fan set (option) and convection set (option) built into chimney
Figure 6:
Operation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Handle
Ceramic heat-proof glass
Convection air outlet opening front (if there’s no convection set available)
Natural convection air outlet opening (2x grate) (chimney)
Convection air outlet opening (2x grate convection set) (chimney)
Combustion grate
Ashtray
Inlet opening (2x grate) (chimney) Ventilation air chimney
Combustion air-supply slider (Combined operation for the primary, secondary and tertiary
combustion air-supply.)
10 Inlet opening (2x) combustion air from living-room, if a direct outside air supply is not
connected. This is already decided during the installation of the appliance.
NEVER close off open air intakes.
11 Convection air intake opening (2x).
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ANNUAL MAINTENANCE
It is essential that the appliance, the chimney and the
combustion air supply are cleaned and inspected
annually, by a Barbas-dealer/expert.
The safe operation of the appliance will thus remain
guaranteed.
Start with maintence 24 hours after the last burning period.
Recommended order for yearly maintenance:
•
Inside the appliance:
• Check the door seals. If necessary, replace the seals.
•
Temporarily remove the door, by opening it competely and lifting it upwards.
•
Remove the complete interior of the appliance and carefully clean all parts with
a hand brush.
Emptying the ashtray.
•
Clean the glass on the inside of the door with glass spray or ceramic hob
cleaner.
If the glass is broken or cracked, it must be immediately replaced before
operating the appliance again.
Broken ceramic heat-resistant glass
may not be thrown away in a glass
container, but must be included in
normal household waste.
•
•
Check the grate and all interior plates on cracks.
If necessary, replace the parts.
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Chimney/flue channel:
• Sweep and inspect chimney. Check for cracks, loose parts, flue gas leakage
and overall condition of the chimney.
When in doubt use an inspection camera !
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Combustion air supply appliance:
• Check the combustion air supply route from the outside up to the appliance.
• Clean the combustion air supply inlet openings.
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Convection air (Ventilation air) appliance:
• Check the convection air route.
• Clean the convection air intake openings, flues and air escape openings.
• Clean the space where the fan is placed.
This space is accessible after the removal of the ceramic plates in the
combustion chamber and the hatch on the back wall has been unscrewed.
…
Outside appliance:
• Clean the outside of the appliance with a dry lint free cloth.
• Wait for the appliance to cool down sufficiently before cleaning. Never use
scouring powder, aggressive cleaners or fire polish on the appliance.
• Any lacquer damage can be repaired with a BARBAS heat resistant paint spray
can. (Pay atention that the appliance is sufficiently cooled down !)
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Ventilation house:
• Check whether the room where the appliance is installed is sufficiently
ventilated according to national and local regulations and standards.
• Ensure that as little dust, and as few particles of cigarette smoke, candles and
oil lamps as possible pollute the air in the room in which the appliance is used.
Heating of these particles by the convection system of the appliance could lead
to discoloration of the walls and ceiling. It is therefore very important to ensure
that the room in which the appliance is located is sufficiently ventilated.
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Last check appliance:
• In reversed order, place back all parts in the appliance.
• Place back the door on the appliance.
• Check the correct operation from the sliders and flaps. See Chapter 3.6:
Preparation / Function check.
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General:
• Parts:
Individual parts for replacement/accessories are available from your BARBAS
dealer. Use only original parts.
•
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Modifications:
Introduced modifications to the appliance are not permitted.
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6
REPLACEMENT PARTS
Pos no
Article no
Description
1
339414
Brake plate stainless steel
2
337872
Fan
3
338607
Stone brake plate
4
338523
Stone side left
5
338606
Stone rear
6
339417
Bottom
7
338074
Combustion grate
8
338524
Stone side right
9
339418
Wood rack
10
339394
Ceramic glass
When ordering, please give the serial number.
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6.1
SEQUENCE FOR REPLACING THE INTERIOR OF THE APPLIANCE
• Remove the grate and the ashtray.
Although the heat resistant panels have been manufactured with the
greatest care, there is the possibility that some sharp parts may stick
out, possibly causing injuries. We therefore urgently recommend
wearing safety gloves when handling the panels.
• Remove the two steel bottom plates.
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• Unscrew the locking pin with the aid of an Allen key and a wrench. You can now
remove the top brake plate by pulling it forward slightly and then tipping it downwards
The brake plate can now be pulled forwards and out.
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• Remove the bottom brake plate by lifting it slightly and removing it sloping to
one side.
• Remove carefully the left-hand side panel.
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• Remove carefully the right-hand side panel.
Make sure the rear panels do not fall forwards !
• Remove carefully the rear panel, by lifting it upwards and remove it diagonally
forward.
The entire interior is now disassembled.
The interior is reassembled in the reverse order.
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6.2 REMOVING THE FAN
ATTENTION! Ensure that there is no current on the fan before removal starts.
Pull the plug out of the socket or switch the switch on the electricity meter to zero.
Unscrew the steel hatch that is visible on the back wall after the removal of the concrete
panels. Do not unscrew the 4 central screws.
Carefully pull the hatch forwards.
The fan is screwed onto the back of the hatch.
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Carefully pull the small plugs off the fan. The fan can now be removed from the
appliance together with the hatch
Unscrewing the 4 screws on the hatch removes the fan from the hatch.
Fitting the fan takes place in reverse order.
Ensure that cables are not trapped.
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7
DIMENSIONS
7.1
•
without frame
With the high adjustable feet, the appliance can be installed till 350 mm above the floor
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7.2
•
with built-in frame
With the high adjustable feet, the appliance can be installed till 350 mm above the floor
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7.3
•
with classic frame
With the high adjustable feet, the appliance can be installed till 350 mm above the floor
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7.4
•
with deepened frame
With the high adjustable feet, the appliance can be installed till 350 mm above the floor
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TECHNICAL DATA
Combustion:
Measured in compliance with
EN 13229 : 2001 and EN 13229 - A2 : 2004
Fuel
Nominal output
Efficiency
Wood
12 kW
77%
Emissions
Carbon monoxide (CO)
Dust
Total hydrocarbons (CxHy)
Nitrogen oxides (NOx)
0.10%; 1210 mg/m3 (STP, bij 13% O2)
20 mg/Nm3 (STP, at 13% O2)
91 mg/m3 (STP, at 13% O2)
105 mg/m3 (STP, at 13% O2)
Flue gas mass flow
Flue temperature
Chimney draught
Flue gas connection
Weight
12.1 g/s
297°C
0.12 mbar
Ø180 mm (Ø178 mm ext.)
141 kg
Inside:
Dimensions
- surface area (b x d)
- clear fire opening (h x b)
0.120 m2
407 x 679 mm
Interior side panels
Interior bottom
Inner lining
Bottom retardant plate (brake plate)
Top retardant plate
Heat-resistant panels 1400 kg/m3, 1300°C
Steel (heat-resistant and rust-proof)
Steel (heat-resistant and rust-proof)
Heat-resistant panel 2000 kg/m3, 1300°C
Stainless steel
Outside:
Construction
Doors
Sheet-steel casing.
Flat door opening to left.
Shutter with fixed handle.
Operation:
• Handle for opening the door.
• Combustion air supply slider
Single combined slide for controlling the
primary, secondary and tertiary air supply.
Ash collection:
Ashtray with grate.
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Combustion air supply:
At least 150 cm2 opening in the room where the
fire is located or a outside air supply opening of
Ø125 mm in wall/floor.
Options:
• Convection fan 230 VAC / 39 W
Rev control by built-in fanspeed controller.
• Convection set
Clean Air Act exemption:
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The appliance has been factory-fitted with an air
slide designed for use also in Smoke Control Areas.
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9
WARRANTY TERMS
Interfocos
Warranty terms
Interfocos B.V. guarantees the quality of the supplied Barbas appliance and the quality
of the materials used. All Barbas appliances are developed and manufactured according
to the highest possible quality standards. If, despite all this, something should prove
amiss with the Barbas appliance you have purchased, Interfocos B.V. offers the following
manufacturer’s warranty.
Article 1: Warranty
1.1. If Interfocos B.V. determines that the Barbas appliance you have purchased is
defective as a result of a flaw in the construction or material, Interfocos B.V.
guarantees to repair or replace the appliance free of charge, without charging any
costs for labour or spare parts.
1.2. Repair or replacement of the Barbas appliance will be undertaken by Interfocos B.V.
or by a Barbas dealer as designated by Interfocos B.V.
1.3. This warranty is supplementary to the existing legal national warranty of Barbas
dealers and Interfocos B.V. in the country of purchase and is not intended to
restrict your rights and claims based on the applicable legal provisions.
Article 2: Warranty conditions
2.1. Should you wish to claim under the warranty, please contact your Barbas dealer.
2.2. Complaints should be reported as quickly as possible after they have manifested
themselves.
2.3. Complaints will only be accepted if they are reported to the Barbas dealer,
together with the serial number of the Barbas appliance which is stated on the front
of the instructions for use.
2.4. In addition, the original receipt (invoice, receipt, cash receipt) showing the date of
purchase must also be submitted.
2.5. Repairs and replacements during the warranty period do not give any entitlement
to an extension of the warranty period. After a repair or replacement of warranty
parts, the warranty period shall be deemed to have started on the date of
purchasing the Barbas appliance.
2.6. If a certain part is eligible for the warranty and the original part is no longer
available, Interfocos B.V. shall ensure that an alternative part of at least the
same quality shall be provided.
Article 3: Warranty exclusions
3.1. The warranty on the Barbas appliance ceases to be in effect if:
a. it is not installed according to the supplied installation instructions, and to
national and/or local regulations;
b. it has been installed, connected or repaired by a non-Barbas dealer;
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c.
d.
e.
3.2.
it has not be used or maintained according to the instructions for use;
it has been changed, neglected or roughly treated;
it has been damaged as a result of external causes (outside the appliance
itself), for example, lightning strike, water damage or fire;
In addition, the warranty lapses if the original purchase receipt shows any
change, deletion, removal or if it is illegible.
Article 4: Warranty area
4.1. The warranty is only valid in those countries where Barbas appliances are sold
through an official dealer network.
Article 5: Warranty period
5.1. This warranty will only be granted during the warranty period.
5.2. The body of the Barbas appliance is guaranteed for a period of 10 years against
construction and/or material faults, starting from the moment of purchase.
5.3. For other parts of the Barbas appliance, a similar warranty applies from the moment
of purchase for a period of one year.
5.4. For user parts such as glass, glass (cord), thermocouple and the interior of the
combustion chamber, a similar guarantee is given until after the first burning.
Article 6: Liability
6.1. A claim granted by Interfocos B.V. under this warranty does not automatically
imply that Interfocos B.V. also accepts liability for any possible damage.
The liability of Interfocos B.V. never extends further than that stated in these
warranty conditions. Any liability of Interfocos B.V. for consequential damage is
expressly excluded.
6.2. That stated in this provision is not valid if and to the extent that is derives from
a mandatory provision.
6.3. All agreements entered into by Interfocos B.V. are, unless specifically stated
otherwise in writing and to the extent that they are permitted based on applicable
law, subject to the Conditions of the Dutch Metal and Engineering Association
(METAALUNIEVOORWAARDEN), as filed with the registrar of the Court of
Rotterdam on 1 January 2014.
Interfocos B.V.
Hallenstraat 17
5531 AB Bladel
The Netherlands
Tel: +31-497339200
Email: info@Barbas.com
Carefully retain the instructions for use; they show the serial number of the appliance.
You will need this if you wish to claim under the warranty.
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Your Barbas dealer
01 - 250615 - 339439
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