Baumatic AS6.2 Technical data

Baumatic AS6.2 Technical data
Baumatic
ceramic
hobs
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Contents
User Instructions and Installation information.
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Important Safety Notes
General Information
Appliance Description
Instructions For Use
Helpful Hints
Cleaning and Maintenance
Trouble Shooting Guide
Installation Instructions
Electrical Connection
Technical Data
Conditions of Guarantee
RATING PLATE
The appliance rating plate is located on the underside of the hob, once the appliance is
fitted into its housing then the rating plate is no longer visible. For future reference
please write the rating plate information in the box below.
Model Number
……………………………….
Serial Number
……………………………….
Date of Purchase ……………………………….
Supplier
……………………………….
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! Important safety notes.
We have included this safety information for the purpose of your safety. Please read this information
carefully before installing your hob. Should you be unsure of any of these notes please contact the
Baumatic Ltd Technical department.
Baumatic Ltd Technical Department Tel: 0118 933 6900
Installation
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It is important that this appliance is installed by a qualified / competent person, such as one
holding NICEIC registration and that the appliance is installed in accordance with the latest
edition of the IEE WIRING regulations and the manufactures installation instructions. Before
connecting the appliance to the electricity supply, make sure that the supply voltage on the
rating plate corresponds with the mains supply voltage.
Do not install the appliance if the ceramic glass top is damaged in any way.
Do not modify the appliance in any way, this will void your warranty and possibly render the
appliance dangerous.
Ensure that all packaging is removed before installing or using the appliance.
Use of the hob
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Do not use the appliance until the installation is complete.
Ensure that the appliance is switched OFF when not in use.
Never leave the hob unattended when in use, particularly when cooking with oil and fat.
Always use pans that are suited to the heating zone being used; never use pans that are
unstable or defective in any way.
Never use plastic or aluminium foil dishes on the appliance.
This appliance has been manufactured for domestic use only and is therefore not suitable for
use in a commercial or industrial environment.
Only turn the cooking zones ON when a saucepan is on the cooking zone.
Never store flammable materials such as aerosols and detergents in draws or cupboards under
the hob.
Do not drop saucepans or cooking utensils onto the ceramic cooking surface.
Never use the ceramic cooking surface as a storage or worktop area.
Do not use the appliance if the ceramic surface is accidentally damaged, call the Baumatic
service department, as the ceramic glass will need to be replaced.
Only clean the hob in accordance with the cleaning and maintenance instructions.
Never allow sugar or acidic foodstuffs to be spilled onto the ceramic cooking surface as it eats
into the glass and is impossible to remove.
Do not use the appliance as a space heater or to dry clothes.
Do not install this appliance next to soft furnishings or curtains.
Child Care
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Never allow children to play near or with the appliance. This appliance is designed to be used
by adults.
The hob gets hot when in use and children should be kept well during use.
Cooking pots and pans should be kept out of reach of children when in use to avoid injury.
Servicing
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This appliance should only be repaired or serviced by a Baumatic Ltd Technician or one of
there authorised service agents
Environment
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Please dispose of all waste packing materials and old appliances at an authorised disposal site
giving due regard for the environment. (Advice on such issues is available from your local
authority).
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General Information
Please read this booklet thoroughly before you use this appliance. It is important that you
understand all the control functions before commencing to cook with your Baumatic
appliance. The information and warnings contained in this booklet are designed to assist you
in obtaining the best use of your new Baumatic appliance.
This appliance complies with all current European safety legislation, however Baumatic Ltd wish to
emphasise that compliance does not remove the fact that surfaces will become hot during use and retain
heat after operation.
Baumatic Ltd declines any responsibility for injury or damage to persons or property as a result
of improper use or installation of this appliance.
Heat, steam and moisture will be created during use, take care to avoid injury and ensure that
the room is adequately ventilated. If prolonged use occurs, additional ventilation may be
required. Please consult your Qualified Installer if you are in any doubt about the amount
required.
NOTE: The appliance housing, adjacent furniture and all materials used in the installation must be able
to withstand a minimum temperature rise of 85°C above ambient during periods of operation. This
information is for guidance only and the actual withstand temperature will depend on the
performance rating for the surface finish of the worktop. Certain types of kitchen furniture surface
finishes are particularly prone to heat damage or discoloration at temperatures lower than the above
guidelines. Installing the appliance in contravention of the guidance given will be at the liability of the
owner. The use for any other purpose or in any other environment without the express agreement of
Baumatic Ltd, would invalidate any warrantee or liability claim.
Your new appliance is guaranteed against electrical or mechanical defects subject to certain
exclusions noted in Baumatic Ltd Conditions of Guarantee.
The aforegoing does not affect your statutory rights. The Warrantee applies to Great Britain and
Northern Ireland only.
In the event that you require any After Sales Service or repairs, please contact the Baumatic
Service Department on telephone number – 0118 933 6911.
When first used, an odor may be emitted by any residual protective finish or moisture, which
will cease after a short period of time.
This appliance has been constructed and distributed in compliance with the essential requirements of
the following EEC DIRECTIVES and EUROPEAN NORMS:
CE Marking – 93/68 Low Voltage – 73/23 EMC – 89/336
Materials that can touch food – 89/109.
Safety Standards – EN 60 335-1, EN 60 335 – 2 – 6.
As Baumatic have a policy of continued product improvement, the right is reserved to adjust and make
any modifications deemed necessary without notification.
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Appliance Description
The following models are covered by this installation and instruction for use manual:
B13 / B14SS
B15SS
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BF15SS / AS6.2SS
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2
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4
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2
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3
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4
B16SS
BF16SS
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1
2
5
6
1
5
4
4
1
3
B45
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2
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3
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Zone identification. Power and Diameter
MODEL
AS6.2SS
B13
B14SS
B15SS
BF15SS
B16SS
BF16SS
B45
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1.20kW – 140mm
1.20kW – 140mm
1.20kW – 140mm
1.20kW – 140mm
1.20kW – 140mm
1.20kW – 140mm
1.10kW – 140mm
0.70kW – 120mm
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1.20kW – 140mm
1.80kW – 180mm
1.80kW – 180mm
1.80kW – 180mm
1.80kW – 180mm
1.10kW – 140mm
1.80kW – 180mm
1.70kW – 180mm
3
0.70kW – 120mm
4
1.70kW – 180mm
5
1.80kW – 180mm
0.75kW - 120mm
0.75kW – 120mm
2.00kW – 250mm
0.75kW – 120mm
1.20kW – 140mm
2.20kW – 210mm
2.20kW – 210mm
0.75kW – 120mm
2.20kW – 210mm
2.20kW – 210mm
1.10kW – 140mm
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2.00kW-240mm
All the models covered in this manual have individual residual heat indicators.
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Voltage 230 V ac 50Hz
Total electrical connected load AS6.2 – 6.6kW B13/B14 - 6.0 kW B15/BF15 – 6.4kW
B16/BF16 – 7.2kW B45 – 4.8kW
Supply connection must be via a switched double-pole isolator with 3mm contact
separation.
Mains supply connection cable: 3 x 2.5mm2 type H05 RR-F <HAR> marked
Unpacking the appliance.
When unpacking the appliance please check that the following items are contained within the
packaging:
1 Baumatic hob
1 Ceramic hob scraper
1 Installation / Instruction manual
1 Baumatic guarantee card
4 Fixing brackets
4 Fixing screws
4 Spring clips
1 Sealing strip
Before using your hob for the first time.
We recommend that before using your new appliance for the first time that you clean the hob surface
using hot soapy water (do not use any abrasive cleaners) this will remove any remnants that have
been left behind during the manufacturing process. Ensure that any labels and protective films are also
removed.
Check each cooking zone individually in turn, by turning each zone to the maximum setting, The first
time the appliance is switched on it may emit an odor this will only last for a short period and will
disappear with use.
Do not install this product if there are obvious signs of transportation damage, in such rare cases
please refer this to your supplier.
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Touch Controls.
B13
AS6.2
B14
B15
BF15
B16
BF16
1. Cooking Zone Selector Key
5. Power On / Off Key
2. Increase Power Key
6. Safety Lock Key
3. Decrease Power Key
7. Double Zone Select Key
4. Timer Function Key
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Instructions for use
These User Instructions should be retained for future reference and for use by any person who is
perhaps unfamiliar with the appliance.
USING THE HOB
B13 B14 B15 B16 & BF16
These models have a safety lock feature incorporated into the control panel
This feature is
to prevent accidental use of the appliance, This can be done by first pressing the power On / Off key
and then the Lock Key, The lock function can also be applied to a cooking zone when in use, to
maintain a specific heat setting, this is done by selecting the required heat setting of the zone and then
by pressing the lock key it will lock the zone at that required setting. When applying the lock function
an audible bleep is emitted and the LED adjacent to the pad will illuminate. To switch off the lock
function press the Key symbol and again an audible bleep will be emitted and the adjacent LED will be
distinguished. To gain full adjustable heat control the zone must be re-selected.
ALL MODELS
To switch on the appliance press the On / Off pad for 3 seconds, an audible bleep will be emitted and
the adjacent neon light will illuminate. Also a zero illuminates in each power level display and the
adjacent neon indicators flash.
0
0
0
0
The next input selection must take place within 10 seconds otherwise the hob will switch off again.
You can now select the required cooking zone by pressing the appropriate zone identification key and
then selecting the required heat level using the + or - keys, The heat levels range from 1 minimum
through to 9 maximum.
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Residual Heat Indicator
H
After use an “H” will light in the power level indicator of the zone that has been in use
The residual heat indicator will remain illuminated until the temperature drops below 50° C, the
residual heat indicator may not illuminate if during the cooking period the temperature did not reach
50° C or above.
Double Cooking Zone
B15 B16 BF15 & BF16
The above models have a double cooking zone function giving a larger cooking area, to select the
double zone function first press the appropriate zone and using the + or – keys select the required heat
setting the inner section of the zone will become operational, To select the outer section of the zone
press the double zone key
the outer section will now become operational and will be
indicated by the illumination
of a second neon by the appropriate zone indicator and will
reach the same heat setting
as the inner zone setting.
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B16
The above model also incorporates an additional double heat zone for different type of use the B16 has
an oval cook zone
This zone can be selected by pressing the appropriate zone key and
using the + or keys select the required heat setting, then by pressing the double
zone key the oval
section of the zone will become operational.
BF16
This model incorporates a oblong zone
This zone can again be selected by pressing the
appropriate zone key and using the + or – keys select the required heat setting, then by pressing the
double zone key the oblong zone will become operational.
Switching Off The Appliance
There are two ways in which the hob maybe switched off after use, firstly by using the + or – keys
decrease the zone heat setting to zero, after 10 seconds the hob automatically switched itself off,
Alternatively for a quick switch off option simply press the On / Off key and the hob will switch off.
Timer Function BF16
This model has a timer function that can be allocated to any of the cooking zones, to operate this
function you should first select a cooking zone and required heat setting, Then by pressing the timer
key the time
required can be set using the + or – keys, the timer can be set from 1 to 99
minutes.
The timer starts counting down as soon as the required time is set. The time
remaining is
displayed on the timer display, the time maybe adjusted once set and will start
the countdown again from the new time setting. Once the timer reaches zero the selected cooking zone
will switch off and an audible signal is emitted and continues for 30 seconds.
Automatic Preheating Mode
The automatic preheat mode allows items being cooked to be brought quickly up to temperature and
then continue cooking at a selected heat setting. The automatic preheat mode enables the user to select
the preheat function and pre-select a required cooking heat level at the beginning of the cooking
process. Once selected the hob will automatically preheat at maximum power for a specific time, and
then revert to the preset power level and continue the cooking process until cancelled by the user.
Example:
1. Turn the hob on by touching the On / Off Key
2. Select the required cooking zone.
3. Select the Automatic preheat mode by pressing the – key once, select level 9 and then the +
key once, select level 9. The automatic preheat mode is now set.
4. To complete the setup sequence it is necessary to select the preset cooking power level for the
zone after the preheat period this is done by pressing the – key set the cooking heat level
required between 1 and 9. The heat display indicator will alternate between the A symbol and
the cooking heat selection.
A
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Once the preheat time limit has elapsed the cooking zone indicator stops alternating between A symbol
and the power level and the preset power level only.
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Preheat Time Limits
Power Level
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Time Limit
1 min
3min
4 min 48sec
6 min 30 sec
8 min 30 sec
2 min 30 sec
3 min 30 sec
4 min 30 sec
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Changing the cooking power level during the automatic preheat
During the preheat cycle the power level maybe changed by the user after it has been running for a
period of at least 3 minutes, this is done by first selecting the zone in use and then using the + or –
changing the power level to a new setting, when any such change takes place the time for the preheat
cycle will be automatically recalculated taking into consideration the length of time elapsed from the
previous setting.
Canceling the Automatic Preheat Mode
To cancel this program once is has been set and the alternating A is visible in the display window,
select the appropriate zone by pressing the key pad then press the – key for 10 seconds at the end of the
10 seconds a series of audible bleeps will be heard to signal that the program has been cancelled and
the A symbol will be extinguished.
Normal operation of the zone can now be resumed.
Power Level Settings
The table below is intended as a guide only, they will vary depending on the quality and type of
cooking pan being used and the quantity of food being cooked.
APPLICATION
OFF
Keeping food warm.
Melting, gentle heating.
Heating up
Gentle frying
Simmering
Boiling
Gentle frying
Fast Frying
Deep fat Frying
Zone Control Setting Chart
POWER LEVEL
EXAMPLES
0
1
Keeping small quantities of food warm
2
Chocolate, Butter, Sauces
3
Pre-cooked foods
4
Fried eggs, Omelet’s
5
Vegetables and fruits
6
Casseroles, Soups, Potatoes, Rice
7
Meat cutlets, Filets of fish in deep fat
8
Pancakes, Fried eggs, Potato fritters
9
Fish, Chips in deep fat.
After use always ensure that each heat zone of the appliance is set to the OFF position ‘0’
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Helpful Hints
The ceramic surface of the appliance is non-porous and is not sensitive to quick changes in heat, this
allows for hot pans to be moved onto cold heat zones without damaging the hob, always ensure that
when pans are being moved from zone to zone that they are lifted and placed down gentle onto the
surface and not by sliding them across the ceramic surface as this may damage the appliance and will
not be covered under the guarantee.
If spillages of foodstuffs being cooked occur then they must be removed immediately to avoid damage
to the appliance THIS MUST BE DONE WITH GREAT CARE TO AVOID INJURY. Should
spillage occur of foodstuffs that have a high content of sugar then it is important to remove the spillage
quickly as it will destroy the ceramic surface, stubborn stains maybe removed using the ceramic hob
scraper supplied with the product ensuring that the blade is not worn.
Frying pans and saucepans
Always ensure that the correct saucepan and frying pans are used in conjunction with the heat zone
size, the pan being used should not be smaller than the cooking zone and must not exceed 10 mm larger
than the required zone.
The bottoms of the cooking utensils being used must be clean and dry saucepans and frying pans that
do not have flat bottoms or have burrs or sharp edges will scratch the glass surface of the appliance.
Scratches can also be caused by partials of dirt from such things as fresh vegetables, it is important that
no such residues are allowed to come into contact with the ceramic surface if this should occur then the
partials must be removed before cooking commences.
Saucepans and frying pans that have either aluminum or copper bases can cause discoloration to the
hob and are sometimes impossible to remove always follow the saucepan manufactures guidelines.
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Cleaning and Maintenance
Always ensure that the appliance is cool and is switched off at the mains electrical supply before
cleaning commences.
Never use abrasive cleaning agents such as oven sprays, stain remover, scouring powder or sponges
that have an abrasive effect.
Specialist cleaners for ceramic hobs are available from good department stores and a ceramic glass
scraper is supplied with this product to assist in the removal of stubborn stains. (Always ensure that the
blade in the scraper is of good quality).
We recommend that your appliance is cleaned after every use to ensure that the appliance remains in
good quality, this can be done by using a damp cloth for spillages that are not burnt on and by using the
hob scraper for more stubborn and burnt on stains and then wiped over with a damp soft cloth.
Food stuffs with high sugar content, plastic and aluminum kitchen foil should be removed immediately
by using the hob scraper once the appliance has cooled it should be wiped over using a soft damp cloth
and a specialist ceramic hob cleaner.
Any light residues of staining such as aluminum can be removed using a soft damp cloth and a
specialist ceramic hob cleaner.
Never apply any cleaning agent to hot cooking surfaces always allow the appliance to cool and always
remove any residues of cleaning agent before the next use of the appliance.
Never use a cleaning agent before confirming it is suitable for ceramic hobs.
NOTE:
We have included a ceramic glass scraper to assist in the cleaning of your new Baumatic hob, The
blade supplied in the scraper will, after several uses become worn, it is the responsibility of the
customer to ensure that the blade is always of good quality so as to avoid any scratches to the ceramic
surface.
Clean
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Trouble Shooting Guide
In the unlikely event that your hob is not working correctly please carry out the various checks listed in
the table below calling out a Baumatic Engineer.
Important: Should you call out a Baumatic engineer and the fault is listed in the table below or to
repair a fault that is because of incorrect installation or use of the appliance then a charge will be made
even though the appliance is within the warranty period.
Problem
Possible solution
None of the cooking zones will function
Check that the mains electrical supply to
the appliance is correct and working.
Check the mains fuse.
A humming sound is heard when a zone
is selected
The residual light indicator is not
working after use
The cooking zones become discolored
This is normal, the sound will disappear
when the zone heats up.
It is possible the zone did not reach 60°C
This maybe caused by burnt on remnants
of food. This will not affect the working
of the appliance.
For any further assistance or advise on any problems encountered please contact the Baumatic
Technical department.
Baumatic Ltd Technical Department: Tel: 0118 933 6900
If when these checks have been completed you find you still have a fault, we suggest you contact the
Baumatic service department.
Baumatic Ltd Service Department: Tel: 0118 933 6911
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Installation Instructions
This appliance must be installed by a competent person in accordance with the current version of the
following UK regulations and safety standards or their European normal replacements.
Building Regulations (Issued by the Department of the Environment).
Building Standards (Issued by the Scottish Development Department).
IEE Wiring Regulation
Electricity at Work Regulations
Baumatic Ltd Installation Instructions
Positioning The Appliance
This appliance is classified as Class 3 and therefore is to be built into a kitchen unit (depending on size)
or 600mm worktop, providing the following minimum distances are allowed
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650mm between the top surface and the underside of any horizontal surface above it.
50mm clearance around the appliance and any combustible materials.
The surface of any adjacent units must be capable of withstanding a minimum temperature rise of 85°C
Installation Notes
1. Cut the aperture to the dimensions shown in the table on page 14 of these instructions or use the
template provided on the packaging.
2. Invert the hob and apply the sealing agent provided to match the outer perimeter edge.
3. If the sealing agent is a strip type, the protective covering must be removed from both sides.
Do not leave a gap in the sealing agent or overlap the thickness.
NOTE: do not use any Silicone based sealant, as this can damage the worktop surface if
repairs are required.
4. Insert the appliance into the aperture and fix into position via the clamps & screws, tightening
The screws evenly (see Fig.3).
Under side of hob
Terminal Block
Spring Plate location points, Slide spring clip
into place making sure the hole in the plate
lines up with the hole on the underside of the
hob, fixing bracket screw will now locate in
the hole to secure the hob unit to the
underside of the work surface.
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Fig 3.
Screw
SEALANT
Clamp
HOB APERTURE DIMENSIONS
MODEL
AS6.2
B13
B14
B15
BF16
BF15
BF16
A
685
580
580
580
770
580
770
B
510
510
510
510
510
510
510
C
665
560
560
560
750
560
750
D
490
490
490
490
490
490
490
E
50
40
40
50
50
40
50
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Electrical Connection
This appliance must be installed by a competent person, such as one holding NICEIC Registration and
in accordance with the latest edition of the IEE WIRING Regulations.
Before connecting the appliance, make sure that the supply voltage marked on the rating Plate
corresponds with the mains supply voltage.
WARNING – THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE EARTHED
Depending on the power input of the model to be installed, connection will require a 30 Amp protected
supply using a switched double pole isolating unit having a minimum 3mm contact separation and a
BS6007 3 core cable.
Care must be taken to avoid the cable being in contact with hot parts of the appliance. The isolating
unit should be placed in an easily accessible position adjacent to the appliance.
The mains terminal block is located on the underside of the hob and the terminals are accessible by
removing the terminal block cover by removing the cover screw. The mains supply connection cable
type should be H05 RR-F <HR> marked or above.
Before connecting the appliance to the mains supply the installer must check that the voltage stated on
the appliance rating plate (located on the underside of the hob) is exactly the same as the mains voltage
supply.
L2
L1
N
L3
Earth
N
Mains cable entry point
Brass Link
Brass Link
The cable connections must be in accordance with the diagram located on the bottom of the hob the
brass links must be positioned as marked in the appropriate diagram and once established ALL
terminal screws must be tightened down firmly.
NOTE
The appliance must NOT be connected to the mains supply by means of a 13A plug and
socket.
SERVICING
During the guarantee period, all service intervention should be referred back to the
Baumatic Ltd Service department. Please note that intervention or repair by
any unauthorized personnel will invalidate such guarantee.
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Technical Data
ELECTRICAL DETAILS.
Rated Voltage:
230V ac 50Hz
Supply Connection:
Switched Double pole Isolator with 3mm minimum contact separation.
Mains supply cable rating:
H05 RR-F <HR> marked or above
POWER INPUTS AND PROTECTIVE FUSE RATING.
MODEL
Max
kW
Total
Amps
Min Fuse
Protection Rating
AS6.2
B13
B14
B15
B16
BF15
BF16
6.6
6.0
6.0
6.4
7.2
6.4
7.2
28.6
26.1
26.1
27.8
30
27.8
30
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
30 A
BAUMATIC
TURNING DREAMS INTO REALITY
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BAUMATIC Ltd
GB
CONDITIONS OF GUARANTEE
Dear Customer,
Included with your new Baumatic appliance is a guarantee registration card, please complete
this and return and your earliest convenience.
This guarantee is in addition to your statutory legal rights and will not in any way
hinder any legal rights.
The conditions of the guarantee, which applies, to your Baumatic appliance are as follows:
All ‘Work’ in relation to the Guarantee must be carried out by Baumatic Ltd or an approved
service agent of Baumatic Ltd. Any claims made under the terms of the guarantee must be
supported by the original invoice / bill of sale issued at the time of purchase.
The guarantee period starts from the date of the original purchase and the manufacturer will
provide the parts and labour required to repair the appliance should breakdown occur as a
result of mechanical / electrical failure. This service will be given Free of charge within the
Guarantee period. An additional Insurance scheme is available should you wish to extend the
warranty period.
This guarantee applies to UK mainland and Northern Ireland only.
THIS GUARANTEE DOES NOT COVER:
• Any damage caused by transit, misuse, or neglect.
• Cosmetic and perishable parts: plugs, fuses, light bulbs, light covers, cosmetic trims, cables,
filters and attachments, knobs, any rubber and seals, ceramic or glass surfaces, dents,
scratches, paintwork.
• Attachments / Accessories, trivets and handles, griddles, pan stands, shelves, burner caps
and collars, oven liners. Plus any additions thereafter.
• Periodic maintenance, the repair or replacement of parts due to natural wear and tear.
• Material discoloration, corrosion.
• Incorrect installations, modifications or repair by any unauthorized personnel.
• Use of non-Baumatic parts.
• Damage caused by foreign objects or substances.
• Appliances used for non-domestic use.
• Operation on unsuitable voltage, water or gas supplies.
• Accidents, Civil war, acts of God or any cause beyond the control of Baumatic Ltd.
PLEASE NOTE ALL GUARANTEES ARE NON TRANSFERABLE.
SALES
TEL 0118 933 6900
FAX 0118 931 0035
SERVICE
TEL 0118 933 6911
FAX 0118 986 9124
SPARES
TEL 0118 933 6922
For further information or any other query you may have please contact one of the above
numbers.
Thank you for buying Baumatic.
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