Manual - Scan A/S
A S S E M B LY - A N D I N S T R U C T I O N S M A N U A L
GB
Scan 1010 Series
Congratulations on your new Scan wood-burning stove
You have purchased a product by one of Europe’s leading manufacturer’s of wood-burning stoves, and we are sure that you will have years of pleasure
with your purchase. To make the best possible use of your stove, it is important that you follow our advice and instructions.
Please read this Assembly- and instructions manual before you start to assemble your stove.
Product registration number
Please indicate the product registration number at any enquiry
SCAN A/S - DK-5492 VISSENBJERG
2
CONTENTS
Table of contents
Technical data ........................................................................................................ 3
Installation
Safety
Technical data and dimensions
Dimension sketch
Type plate
Product registration number
Additional accessories
Loose parts
Assembly .................................................................................................................. 8
Remove packaging
Positioning your wood-burning stove
Load bearing foundation
Distances to combustible floor.
Distance to furniture
Radiance distance to combustible objects
Distances to combustible floor.
Storage of flammable material
Carrying capacity
Distance to flammable materials, shown with insulated flue pipe
Distance to flammable materials, shown with un-insulated flue pipe
Distance to firewall
Mounting with plinth
Mounting of the wall bracket
Burn chamber
Existing chimney and pre-fabricated element chimney
Connection between stove and steel chimney
Requirements for chimney
Connection with 90° elbow pipe
Fresh air intake
Closed combustion system
Instruction for use ............................................................................................. 20
CB technique
Primary air
Secondary air
Baffle plates
Indicator for control of air supply
Instructions for heating ................................................................................... 21
Lighting
Handling fuel
Maintenance ........................................................................................................ 23
Troubleshooting .................................................................................................. 24
Defra ....................................................................................................................... 25
T E C H N I C A L D ATA
3
Installation
To ensure best-possible functionality and safety for your installation, we advise you to call a professional fitter. Our Scan Dealer will be able to
recommend a qualified fitter in your area. For information on Scan Dealers, please go to http://scan.dk.
When you install any kind of fireplace or stove, you must inform the local authorities. You are also responsible for calling in a chimney sweep to
inspect and authorize the installation.
The house owner is responsible for ensuring that all necessary national, European and local safety measures are observed during installation and
fitting and also responsible for observing the fitting and operating instructions detailed in this manual.
Safety
Any changes made to the product by the dealer, installer or user could result in the product and safety functions not functioning as intended. The
same applies to the fitting of accessories or extra equipment not supplied by Scan A/S. This could also be the case if parts that are necessary
for the operation and safety of the stove are dismantled or removed.
WARNING
This product contains very strong magnets.
• When separating and putting together the magnets, we recommend that you let them glide on (or from) one another. In this way you avoid
squeezing your fingers and damaging the coating of the magnets.
• Electronic components should be kept at a safe distance from the magnets to avoid them being influenced or damaged by the magnetic field
(pacemakers, hearing aids, computers, watches, measuring instruments, floppy discs, credit cards, mobile phones etc.).
4
T E C H N I C A L D ATA
Technical data and dimensions
Materials: ................................ Steel plate, galvanised sheet, Vermicolite, Chamotte, Robax glass
Surface treatment: .......................................................................... Senotherm
Max. wood length: ..................................................................................... 50 cm
Weight Scan 1010: .....................................................................approx 135 kg
Weight big box:...............................................................................approx 32 kg
Intermittent fuelling means normal use of a woodstove. In other
words, you should let the fire die down until only the embers are left,
before refuelling.
The Scan 1010 was build in compliance with the homologized product
type specified in the Assembly- and Instructions Manual provided
with the product.
The DoP declaration of performance is available from scan.dk
Weight little box:............................................................................approx 20 kg
Connecting piece internal diameter: .............................................. 144 mm
Connecting piece external diameter: .............................................. 148
mm
Approval type: ................................................................ Intermittent fuelling
Please note:
You get the best use of the stove by using a
”top-down lighting”, see page 21.
Test in compliance with EN 13229
Scan 1010
CO Emission at 13% O2
CO Emission at 13% O2
Technical data
Unit
0,1
%
mg/Nm3
mg/Nm3
1246
Dust @ 13% O2
12
Efficiency
mg/Nm3
Nox @ 13% O2
41
82
%
Nominel output
7
kW
Chimney temperature EN 13229
220
°C
Temperature in connecting piece
264
°C
Amount of smoke
7,4
g/sek
Sub-pressure EN 13229
12
Pa
Recommended sub-pressure in connecting piece
Required combustion air supply
16 - 18
19,8
Fuel
Pa
Nm3/h
Wood
Fuel consumption
2,2
kg/h
Amount of fuel
1,7
kg
T E C H N I C A L D ATA
5
Dimension sketch Scan 1010
649
93 F
564,5 C
572
99,5 A
479
324,5 D
143 D
291 B
188 B
324,5 B
A Centre rear outlet
B Top outlet
C Height to the beginning of the
connecting piece at top outlet
D Centre of fresh air intake bottom
F Fresh air intake at the back of the stove
6
T E C H N I C A L D ATA
Dimension sketch Scan 1010
649
109
281
493 F
250 F
965 C
873 A
10
972
572
479
143 D
324,5 D
324,5 B
188 B
A Centre rear outlet
B Top outlet
C Height to the beginning of the
connecting piece at top outlet
D Centre of fresh air intake bottom
291 B
F Fresh air intake at the back of the stove
NAVN:
Scan 1010
EMNE:
Mål ovn, base, sokkel
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
TG.NR:
DIM.:
AREAL:
N/A
DATO:
20-05-2016
91010008
SIGN:
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
hms
T E C H N I C A L D ATA
7
Additional accessories
Small wall bracket
Large wall bracket
9
47
9
NAVN:
9
47
64
Scan 1010
Large module
vægbeslag løse
EMNE:
with fresh air
inlet and heatVÆGT: N/A
shield.
MATERIALE:
Cover for
DIMENSION:
AREAL: 1N/A
319
41
fresh air inlet
9
7
4 Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010034.idw
STI: C:\Working
91010034
TG.NR:
DATO:
12-08-2016
SIGN:
Friskluft skjuler
DIMENSION:
STI:
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
AREAL:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010033.idw
Small module
N/A
DATO:
12-08-2016
6
- is not to be
49
DK-5492
Vissenbjerg©
used under the
stove!
91010033
SIGN:
hms
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
411
mbp
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
Large module
109
EMNE:
MATERIALE:
109
Scan 1010
281
NAVN:
9
281
281
64
319
Large plinth
Small plinth
8
Type plates
Additional accessories
All Scan wood-burning stoves are fitted with a type plate, that specifies the approval standards and the distance to flammable materials.
• Large/small module
• Large/small plinth
The type plate is located at the back of the stove.
Product registration number
•
Large/small wall bracket
•
Protection glass for large/small module
• Magnets
All wood-burning stoves are provided with a product registration
number.
The product registration number is located at the back of the stove.
Please make a note of this number on the front page as you will
always have to state it when contacting your dealer or Scan A/S.
•
Cover for fresh air inlet
•
Small floor plate (glass or steel)
•
Large floor plate (glass or steel)
Loose parts
• Glove
• Connecting piece
Type plate
Product
registration
number
•
Gasket for connecting piece
•
Screws for connecting piece 5 x 12 mm
•
Connecting piece for fresh air inlet
•
Screws for connecting piece/fresh air 4 x 10 mm
•
Decor ring for top outlet
•
Screw M5x6 (UK)
Disposal of packaging
Your Scan stove may come supplied with the following packaging:
Wood packaging:
The wood packaging can be reused and after final use can be incinerated as a CO2 neutral product or sent for recycling.
XX00000
Flamingotop:
Send for recycling or waste disposal.
Foam:
Send for recycling or waste disposal.
Scan 1010
Freestanding room heater fired by solid fuel
Standard:
EN 13240
Plastic bags:
Send for recycling or waste disposal.
DoP 91010600
Minimum distance to combustible materials:
Stretch film/plastic film:
Send for recycling or waste disposal.
Side: 400 mm - Back: 150 mm - Front: 1400 mm
See assembly- and instructions manual
NAVN:
Scan 1010
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
STI:
T E C H N I C A L D ATA / A S S E M B LY
C:\Working
EMNE:
Ovn bag
TG.NR:
CO emission at 13% O2:
0,10%
1246 mg/Nm³
VÆGT: N/A
Dust at 13% O2:
12 mg/Nm³
Flue gas temperature:
220°C
DIM.:heat output:
AREAL: N/A
Nominal
7 kW
Efficiency:
82%
Fuel
type:
Wood
Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010003.idw
Operation type:
Intermittent
The appliance can be operated in a shared flue.
Country Classification Certificate/Standard
Approved by
EUR
Intermittent
EN 13240
Teknologisk Institut
Klasse 2
300-ELAB-1588-NS Teknologisk Institut
Norway
15a B-VG
300-ELAB-1588-AUS Teknologisk Institut
Austria
Schweiz LRV 11
VKF
Teknologisk Institut
Germany Stufe 2
1. BlmSchV
Teknologisk Institut
Follow assembly- and instructions manual.
Use only recommended fuels.
Montage- und Bedienungsanleitung beachten.
Verwenden Sie nur empfohlene Brennstoffe.
1000
Scan A/S DK 5492 Vissenbjerg
08-2016
DATO:
23-05-2016
91010003
SIGN:
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
hms
9
A S S E M B LY
NAVN:
MATERIALE:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 64\90064049.idw
DIMENSION:
STI:
Scan 64
Positioning your wood-burning stove
The wood-burning stove must be set up so that the stove itself, the
flue pipe, and the chimney can all be cleaned.
Distances to combustible floor.
Remember to place a floor plate.
Load bearing underlay
EMNE:
All of the products in our portfolio are classified as light-duty fireplaces; in most cases, there is no need to reinforce the floor, so that you
can typically use the normal floor.
Scan 1010
4
32
350
595
100
Brændbar + uisoleret røgrør - Scan 64 uden sideglas
However, you should make sure that the load bearing underlay can
bear the weight of the wood-burning stove and that of the chimney.
AREAL:
Distance to furniture: 1400 mm
N/A
But please check to avoid furniture or other furnishings being dried
out due to being too close to the stove.
VÆGT: N/A
Min. 1400 mm
100
363
DATO:
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
628
Min. 400 mm
340
TG.NR:
23-08-12
All national and local requirements concerning safety distances for
wood burning stoves must be respected.
150
BC
90064049
SIGN:
If you connect the stove to a steel chimney, the safety distances of
the steel chimney must also be respected.
Radiance distance to combustible objects outside the modules.
Min.
140 mm
Min.
140 mm
10
A S S E M B LY
Storage of flammable material
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
You can store wood under
the stove in the module
with heat shield and fresh
air inlet.
= 10 mm
Carrying capacity
Max
Max
MAX
MAX
285
285
KG
KG
NAVN:
EMNE: assembly
Scan 1010
of fresh air box
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
STI: C:\Working
VÆGT:
DIM.:
AREAL:
Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\21010909.iam
N/A
TG.NR:
N/A
DATO:
12-04-2016
21
SIG
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg
DATO:
TG.NR:
23-08-12
BC
90064049
SIGN:
NAVN:
Scan 64
350
400
VÆGT: N/A
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
MATERIALE:
595
100
50
100
N/A
VÆGT: N/A
TG.NR:
23-08-12
BC
90064049
SIGN:
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DATO:
Brændbar + uisoleret røgrør - Scan 64 uden sideglas
AREAL:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 64\90064049.idw
EMNE:
4
32
N/A
Scan 1010
DIMENSION:
340
628
50
150
363
340
628
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
Parallel rear wall installation
45° Corner installation
400
350
50
595
50
100
150
150
363
Brændbar + uisoleret røgrør - Scan 64 uden sideglas
100
4
32
EMNE:
AREAL:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 64\90064049.idw
The distances presuppose the use of an insulated flue pipe with min. 30 insulation all the way to the stove.
STI:
50
Scan 64
MATERIALE:
NAVN:
Scan 1010
DIMENSION:
STI:
Parallel rear wall installation
45° Corner installation
11
A S S E M B LY
Distance to flammable materials, shown with un-insulated flue pipe*
Distance to flammable materials, shown with insulated flue pipe*
700
A S S E M B LY
50
50
12
Distance to firewall*
960
110 mm brick or other material with a corresponding insulation ability.
700
The indicated distances are valid for insulated as well as un-insulated smoke pipes.
100
960
50
Scan 1010
25
3
25
3
1000
960
1000
700
100
50
50
1000
700
1000
700
0
50
0
50
700
700
700
300
350
100
700
25
3
50
0
50
Flammable material
1000
700
700
NAVN:
50
Scan 64
0
50
NAVN: Scan 64
MATERIALE:
MATERIALE:
DIMENSION:
DIMENSION:
Firewall
EMNE: Brandmur
EMNE: Brandmur
og isoleret røgrør - Scan 64 uden sidegla
og isoleret røgrør - Scan 64 uden sideglas
VÆGT: N/A
VÆGT: N/A
AREAL:
AREAL: N/A
STI: C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 64\90064047.iam
STI: C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 64\90064047.iam
* All national and local requirements concerning safety distances for wood burning stoves must be respected.
N/A
DATO:
90
DATO:
TG.NR:
29-08-12
SIG
Scan A/S
DK-5
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg
A S S E M B LY
13
Mounting with plinth
1.
Press the two distance triangles out of the packing. These are used for the proper
mounting of the magnets. The magnets are to be found inside the plinth at the delivery.
NAVN:
Scan 1010
EMNE:
Emb afbræk
M3 NR.:
STI:
DIM.:
AREAL:
kg
DATO:
20656 mm^2
10-06-2016
SIGN:
hms
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010019.idw
2.
91010019
TG.NR:
VÆGT: 0,04
MATERIALE:
A ( 0,40 : 1 )
It is important to adjust the plinths before mounting the modules.
A
3.
First mount the module with fresh air inlet on the plinth and then the stove. Place the magnets on the
next modules before mounting them.
NAVN:
Please follow the order below A, B, C, D, and E.
Scan 1010
EMNE:
sokkel magnet
STI:
DIM.:
AREAL:
N/A
indstil ben
DATO:
N/A
TG.NR:
DATO:
31-05-2016
23-08-2016
91010039
SIGN:
hms
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010039.idw
91010014
SIGN:
hms
E
D
B
D
A
A
A
EMNE:
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
AREAL:
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010014.idw
Scan 1010
RIALE:
C
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
EMNE:
DIMENSION:
STI:
NAVN:
Scan 1010
MATERIALE:
justering af sokkel
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
DATO:
08-06-2016
91010
SIGN:
hm
A S ScEcMc B LY
14
Mounting of the wall bracket
Content:
Small wall bracket + number plate
Content:
Large wall bracket + number plate
Scan 1010 Wall
Wall mounted room heater fired by solid fuel
Standard:
EN 13240
DoP 91010601
Minimum distance to combustible materials:
Side: 350 mm - Front: 1400 mm - Bottom: 400 mm
See assembly- and instructions manual
CO emission at 13% O2:
0,10%
1246 mg/Nm³
Dust at 13% O2:
12 mg/Nm³
Flue gas temperature:
220°C
Nominal heat output:
7 kW
Efficiency:
82%
Fuel type:
Wood
Operation type:
Intermittent
The appliance can be operated in a shared flue.
01
l
d fue
by soli
ed
EN
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Country Classification Certificate/Standard
Approved by
EUR
Intermittent
EN 13240
Teknologisk Institut
Klasse 2
300-ELAB-1588-NS Teknologisk Institut
Norway
15a B-VG
300-ELAB-1588-AUS Teknologisk Institut
Austria
Schweiz LRV 11
VKF
Teknologisk Institut
Germany Stufe 2
1. BlmSchV
Teknologisk Institut
- Fro
bly-
and
140
nua
s ma
tion
ruc
inst
%
0,10
em
ass
O2:
Follow assembly- and instructions manual.
Use only recommended fuels.
Montage- und Bedienungsanleitung beachten.
Verwenden Sie nur empfohlene Brennstoffe.
6
201
08-
1000
Scan 1010
EMNE:
vægbeslag
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
STI:
2.
DIM.:
AREAL:
DATO:
13-06-2016
08-2016
Please note
First dismount the heat shield at the rear. The heat shield is not used on the wall model.
NAVN:
Scan A/S DK 5492 Vissenbjerg
that the delivered type plate must
be placed on the stove after dismounting the heat shield.
Is not to be
used on the wall
model.
91010020
SIGN:
hms
N/A
Scan A/S
DK-5492
Vissenbjerg©
C:\Working
1010\91010020.idw
Pull theFolder\Designs\Scan
stove out of the module.
Mount the fittings (A) at the top and the two
adjustment
fittings (B) at the bottom. If you want a rear outlet,
the cover plate (C) on the back of the stove must be removed and placed in the top outlet. Fit the connecting piece (D).
The cover plate (E) at the rear of the module must also be removed. Place the type plate (F).
Mount the fittings in the same way on the other modules.
D
A
C
E
F
NAVN:
Scan 1010
Varmeskjold afmont.
EMNE:
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
Scan 1010
M3 NR.:
NAVN:
EMNE:
DIM.:
røgstuds
TG.NR:
AREAL:
VÆGT: 0,61
STI:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010027.idw
STI:
DIM.:
AREAL:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010048.idw
69343 mm^2
kg
91010048
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
TG.NR:
DATO:
06-10-2016
SIGN:
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
hms
B
N/A
91010027
Place the delivered
DATO: 20-06-2016
SIGN: hms
type plate.
BDK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
Scan A/S
A S S E M B LY
15
98,1
Dimensional drawings of the wall brackets
118,6
99,3
835
291
109
291
270
Combustible floor
gulv
Wall-hung model
Installation must be planned and executed in accordance with national and local building regulations.
Ophængs mål
NAVN:
EMNE:
Scan 1010
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
N/A
91± 2 mm
To ensure correct installation we recommend that a building expert
STI: C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010032.idw
be commissioned to plan and outline the installation with a view to
subsequent approval.
If a chimney is installed on top of a wall-hung model, the chimney
must be fully self-supporting. It must not rest on the wood-burning
stove. There must be a distance of at least 6 mm between the first
section and the flange on the flue collar. Please consult a specialist.
Scan A/S disclaims all liability for the installation of wall-hung
wood-burning stoves.
08-08-16
91010032
SIGN:
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
Min. 874 mm
For wall installation we recommend using the wall brackets supplied.
DATO:
Min. 400 mm
The stove must only be fitted to a non-flammable wall. There must be
MATERIALE:
no form of flammable component in the wall. In the case of thin walls,
nor must there be any behind the wall. The load-bearing capacity of
the wall must be checked under all circumstances.
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A
Mounting of the wall bracket
2
1
91±2 m
m
A
3
The smoke pipe should be lead 9 1±2
mm out of the wall in order for it to
fit on the stove’s connecting piece.
See dimensional drawing.
1) Drill the holes with the drilling template (a)
2) Replace the drilling template (a) with the
adjustment template (b)
3) Can be adjusted up and down. Use a spirit level.
4) Mount the module (A) on the wall fitting.
Place the stove (B). Put on the indicator plate (C).
4
NE:
A
opboring af be
slag
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
AREAL:
1010\9101002
DATO:
N/A
14-06-2016
91010022
SIGN:
hms
NAVN:
Scan A/S
DK-5492 Visse
nbjerg©
2.idw
B
M3 NR.:
Scan 1010
MATERIALE:
M3 NR.:
STI:
EMNE:
NAVN:
Scan 1010
MATERIALE:
EMNE:
DIM.:
DIM.:
ARE
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010045.i
justerskive
EMNE:
AREAL:
M3Folder\Designs\Scan
NR.:
DIM.:
C:\Working
1010\91010023.idw
STI:
indikatorplade
MATERIALE:
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Scan 1010
CVÆGT: N/
indikatorpla
N/A
A
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AVN:
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A S S E M B LY
Existing chimney and pre-fabricated element
chimney
If you intend to connect your stove to an existing chimney, it makes
sense to contact an authorised Scan dealer, or a local chimney sweep
for advice. These experts will also let you know if your flue needs
renovating.
Sharp elbow pipe
When connecting a pre-fabricated element chimney, follow the
manufacturer’s connection instructions for the relevant chimney
type.
Connection between stove and steel chimney
Your Scan dealer, or local chimney sweep, can advise you on choosing
a make and type of steel chimney. This ensures that the chimney
will match your wood-burning stove. As a general rule, the length of
the flue should not be less than 3,5 m measured from the top of the
wood-burning stove.
Some weather or installation conditions might require another
length.
Choosing the wrong length or diameter of steel chimney could impair
functionality.
Always observe the chimney vendor‘s instructions precisely.
Requirements for chimney
The chimney must be labelled T400 and G for soot testing.
Connection with 90° elbow pipe
If you intend to use an elbow pipe with the Scan 1010 we recommend
the use of a curved elbow pipe to improve the draft.
If you are connecting your stove using a sharp elbow bend, the cleanout door should be in the vertical section, such that the horizontal
part can be cleaned through it.
NAVN:
ovn med 90 lining
gr røgrør
EMNE:chamber
Combustion
Scan 1010
M3 NR.:
STI:
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
DIM.:
AREAL:
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010046.idw
N/A
DATO:
21-09-2016
Scan A/S
Baffle plate
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
in steel
Curved elbow pipe
Baffle plate
in vermiculite
Scan 1010
EMNE:
opstilling med knærør
TG.NR:
91010042
91010046
SIGN:
hms
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A S S E M B LY
Burn chamber
Note that the baffle plates are made of porous, ceramic material, and can break. Exercise care when working.
1.
Mount the left burn chamber plate.
5.
Mount the lower baffle plate. The baffle plate
must be supported by the rear plates.
2.
Mount the rear plates. The side plates keep the
rear plates in place, so that these do not fall over.
6.
Mount the pins and put
the plate in place.
NAVN:
Scan 1001
EMNE:
Nederste røgvenderplade
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
DIMENSION:
STI:
3.
7.
Mount the right burn chamber plate.
NAVN:
Scan 1001
Place the log guard against the front of the
insert.
EMNE:
Nederste røgvenderplade
VÆGT: N/A
DIMENSION:
4.
The rear burn chamber plates must be mounted
so that the holes of the plates are placed precisely over the tertiary holes of the insert.
AREAL:
N/A
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1001\91001041.idw
8.
N/A
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1001\91001041.idw
MATERIALE:
STI:
AREAL:
Place the bottom stones with the inclined edge
turning to the rear and downwards.
TG.NR:
DATO:
15-05-2012
9100
SIGN:
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
A S S E M B LY
Fresh air intake
In a well-insulated house, the air used up by the burning process has to
be replaced. This particularly applies to houses with mechanical ventilation. There are different ways of making sure that an air exchange
takes place. The most important thing is to ensure that there is a supply of air to the room where the wood stove is located. The external
wall vent must be located as close to the wood stove as possible, and
you must be able to close it when you are not using the wood stove.
Beware that the valve in the outer wall cannot be covered by accident!
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Mounting of external air supply
on the bottom of the cassette.
Mount the Ø100 sleeve.
National and local building regulations must be followed with regard
to the connection of fresh-air intake.
Closed combustion system
You should use the closed combustion system for the wood-burning
stove if you live in a newly-built, airtight home. Outside air for combustion is connected through a ventilation pipe via the wall or floor.
Ø100 sleeve
It must be possible to shut off the ventilation pipe with a valve, when
the stove is not in use.
• Minimum Ø100 mm ventilation pipe, maximum length: 6 m with
a maximum of one bend
The connecting piece for external combustion air is to be found in the
packaging.
If the external combustion air is connected at the rear, the dismounted plate must be mounted on the hole for external air in the
bottom of the stove.
NOTE: if the stove has a fresh air connexion or closed combustion,
the ventilation pipe must be open, when the stove is in use!
NAVN:
Scan 1010
EMNE:
Mounting of external air supply
on the rear of the cassette.
Dismount the cover plate at the rear and mount it in the bottom.
Frisklfuft bund
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
DIMENSION:
AREAL:
N/A
DATO:
18-08-16
91010036
SIGN:
jm
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
Mounting of externalSTI:
air supply
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010036.idw
Dismount the cover plate behind or below the casette
Mount the Ø100 sleeve.
NAVN:
Scan 1010
EMNE:
dækplade friskluft
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
DIMENSION:
STI:
TG.NR:
AREAL:
N/A
DATO:
18-08-16
91010037
SIGN:
jm
Krog Iversen & Co A/S
DK-5492 Vissenbjerg©
C:\Working Folder\Designs\Scan 1010\91010037.idw
Ø100 sleeve
External air
supply on the
rear of the cassette
External combustion
air on the bottom of
the cassette
NAVN:
Scan 1010
MATERIALE:
EMNE:
friskstuds bag
TG.NR:
VÆGT: N/A
DATO:
18-08-16
91010038
SIGN:
jm
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I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R H E AT I N G
CB-technique (Clean Burning)
Secondary air
The wood-burning stove is equipped with CB technology. In order
to ensure an optimal combustion of released gases under the incineration process, air will pass through a specially developed canal
system. The heated air is led into the combustion chamber through
the small holes at the rear of the burn chamber. This airflow is driven
by the combustion rate and thus cannot be regulated.
Secondary air is pre-heated and fed indirectly to the fire. At the
same time, the secondary airflow cleans the glass pane to avoid soot
build-up. If you over-restrict the secondary airflow, soot can build up
on the glass pane. The secondary airflow determines the heat output
from your wood stove.
Primary air
The primary air regulation mechanism is used for lighting the fire, or
to boost the burning process when you put wood on. The primary air
vent can be 0 - 30% open if you use hard wood fuel such as oak and
beech. You can close the primary air vent if you use soft wood such
as birch or pine for fuel.
Settings for normal load: 0 - 30%
Settings for normal load: 50 - 70%
Baffle plates
The baffle plates are located in the upper part of the combustion
chamber. The plates hold back smoke, making sure it stays inside
the combustion chamber for a longer time before escaping through
the chimney. This reduces the smoke gas temperature as the gases
have more time to dissipate heat to the wood-burning stove. The
baffle plates must be removed for sweeping; see „Maintaining your
wood-burning stove“. Note that the baffle plates are made of porous,
ceramic material, and can break. Exercise care when working. The
baffle plates are subject to wear and tear, and are not covered by
the warranty.
Baffle plate
Log guard
Adjustment of air supply
Primary air
Secondary air
CB-technique
kinket BC
:ENME
0% - 100%
0% - 100%
Primary air
Secondary air
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I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R H E AT I N G
Environmentally-Friendly Heating
Avoid restricting your wood-burning stove to an extent where no
flames are visible during the degasifying period, as this leads to
particularly inefficient heating. The gases released by the wood do
not burn due to the low temperature in the combustion chamber. Part
of the gas condenses in the wood-burning stove and flue system as
soot, and this could lead to your chimney catching fire. The smoke
that exits the chimney is bad for the environment and has an unpleasant smell.
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3.
Lighting
We recommend the use of fire starters, or similar products, which are
available from your Scan dealer. Using fire starters helps to light the
wood quicker, and keeps the burning process clean.
Never use liquid lighting fuels!
"Top down" lighting
Important! Always use a top-down lighting. The stove is constructed
for this in order to give the best exploitation.
4 pieces of wood approx. 25 cm long with a weight of approx. 0.6 –
0.8 kg per piece (image 1)
4.
The wood must not cover the bottom entirely and must never be placed higher than the Clean-Burn rail at the rear of the stove.
12 - 20 thin sticks of about 20 cm with a total weight of approx. 1,01,2 kg (image 3 - 4). 4 fire starters (image 5).
Place logs, sticks and fire starters in the combustion chamber as
shown on images 1 - 5.
Set the primary and secondary airflow controls to maximum for
about 20 - 30 minutes. When the larger pieces of wood have caught
fire properly, you can set the primary and secondary airflow to the
desired level.
"Top down" lighting gives a more environmentally friendly start to
your fire and helps to keep the glass area as clean as possible.
5.
1.
Continuous firing
2.
It is important to reach as high a temperature as possible in the
combustion chamber. This makes the most efficient use of the wood
stove and fuel, and ensures a clean burning process. At the same
time, this avoids soot build-up on the combustion chamber walls and
glass. While the stove is lit, you should not see any smoke, but just air
movement that indicates the burning process.
After completing the lighting phase, you should have a good layer of
embers in the wood stove; you can then start stoking up the stove.
Lay 1-3 pieces of wood, of about max 1,7 kg weight with max 10 cm
diameter and a length of about 25 cm onto the fire.
Note! The wood must catch fire quickly; this is why we recommend
setting the primary airflow to full power. Running the stove at too low
a temperature and with too little primary air can lead to deflagration
of the gases, and thus cause damage to the stove.
When stoking up with wood, always open the glass door carefully to
avoid smoke escaping. Never stoke up with wood while the fire is still
burning nicely.
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I N S T R U C T I O N S F O R H E AT I N G
Using your stove in the spring or autumn
In the transition period (spring/autumn), where there is less need for
heating, we recommend to make a single „top down“ lighting, perhaps
with one stoke up to ensure that the combustion chamber lining burns
clean again.
Why you need a chimney
The chimney is the wood-burning stove‘s motor; it‘s performance
decides how well your stove will work. The draft in the chimney creates a vacuum in the wood-burning stove. The vacuum draws the smoke
out of the stove, and takes in air through the combustion air baffle to
fuel the burning process. Combustion air is also used for the airwash
system that keeps the window clear of soot.
The draft in the chimney is caused by the difference in temperatures
inside and outside the chimney. The higher the temperature difference is, the better the draft in the chimney will be. It is thus important
for the chimney to reach operating temperature before you adjust
the damper to restrict combustion in the stove (a brickwork chimney
will take longer to reach operating temperature than a steel chimney). It is very important to reach operating temperature as quickly
as possible on days on which the draft in the chimney is poor due to
unfavorable wind and weather conditions. Make sure the fuel ignites
as quickly as possible (with visible flames). Chop the wood into particularly small pieces; use an extra fire lighter etc.
After longer periods of disuse, check the chimney flue for blockage.
You can connect several units to the same chimney. But make sure
check with your chimney sweep to observe local regulations.
No matter how good your chimney is, it will not perform well if you do
not use it correctly. On the other hand a poor chimney, may give you
acceptable results if you use it correctly.
Using your stove in various weather conditions
Wind blowing on the chimney can have a great effect on how your
stove reacts in various wind conditions; you may need to adjust
the airflow to achieve good burning results. Fitting a damper in the
flue pipe may also help as it will give you the ability to regulate the
draught in changing wind conditions.
Fog can also have a great influence on how well a chimney draws; you
may again need to adjust the airflow settings to achieve good burning
results.
General Notes
Please note! Parts of the wood-burning stove, especially the outer
surfaces, become hot during use. Please exercise due care.
Never empty ashes into a flammable container. Ashes can contain
glowing embers long after you finish using your wood stove.
While the stove is not in use you can close the valves to avoid draught
through the stove.
After longer breaks you should check the smoke outlet paths for
blockages before lighting.
Chimney fires
In case of a chimney fire, keep the stove door and the valves on the
stove closed. In case of emergency, call the fire service.
It is recommended that you get a chimney sweep to check the chimney before using the stove again.
Handling fuels
Selecting Wood/Fuel
You can use any type of wood as firewood, however, harder types,
such as beech, ash, are generally better for heating as they burn more
evenly and create less ash. Other wood types like maple, birch and
spruce are excellent alternatives.
Handling
Firewood is best if you fell the tree, and saw and split the wood,
before May 1st. Remember to cut the logs to match the size of your
wood-burning stove‘s combustion chamber. We recommend a diameter of 6-10 cm. The length should be about 6 cm shorter than that
of the combustion chamber to leave enough space for air to circulate.
Firewood with a greater diameter needs splitting. Split wood dries
faster.
Storing
You need to store the sawn and split firewood in a dry place for 1-2
years before burning. Wood dries faster if you stack it in an airy place.
Before use, store the firewood for a few days at room temperature.
Note that wood absorbs moisture during the autumn and winter
seasons.
Moisture
To avoid environmental issues, and for optimum burning, wood has to
be perfectly dry to be suitable for use as firewood. The max. residual
moisture in the wood should not exceed 20%. A moisture content of
15-18% yields best results. As an easy way of checking if wood is
dry, just knock two pieces of wood together. If the wood is moist, the
sound will be dull.
If you use damp wood, most of the heat it produces will be used to
evaporate the water. The temperature in the wood stove does not
rise, and the room is not sufficiently heated. Of course, this is not
economical, and it will cause soot build up on the glass pane, in the
stove, and in the chimney. Burning moist wood also causes pollution.
Understanding units for measuring wood
Various units of measurement are used for wood. Before you buy wood,
it makes sense to familiarise yourself with the terms. There are various
brochures, in public libraries for example, that cover this topic.
Use of the following as fuel is illegal
Painted, pressure impregnated, or glued wood, driftwood from the
sea. Never burn chipboard, plastics, or chemically treated paper.
These materials are dangerous to humans, to the environment, your
wood stove, and your chimney. To keep a long story short – make sure
you burn only quality firewood.
Firewood fuel value
The fuel value is different for different types of wood. In other words,
you need to use more wood of certain types to achieve the same heating performance. This Instruction Manual assumes that you will be
using beech, which has a very high fuel value, and is also a wood that
is easy to procure. If you use oak or beech wood fuel, note that these
wood types have a greater fuel value than, say, birch. Make sure you
use less fuel to avoid damage to the wood-burning stove.
Wood types
Kg Dry wood/m3 Compared to
beech
Hornbeam
Beech/Oak
Ash
Maple
Birch
Pine
Fir
Poplar
640110%
580100%
57098%
54093%
51088%
48083%
39067%
38065%
M A IN TEN AN CE
Maintaining your wood-burning stove
Apart from regular chimney sweeping, your wood-burning stove does
not require any regular maintenance. However, we recommend servicing at least once every two years
Use only original replacement parts for maintenance and repairs of
your stove.
Note! Make sure the wood-burning stove is cold before starting
maintenance or repair work.
Coated surfaces
Clean your wood-burning stove by dusting with a dry, lint-free cloth.
If the topcoat is damaged, you can purchase a repair spray from your
authorised Scan dealer. As slight differences in colour are possible,
spray a larger area to achieve a natural transition for best results.
For best results, apply repair spray when the wood-burning stove is
hand-hot.
Cleaning the glass
Our wood-burning stoves are designed to prevent serious soot build
up on the glass. The best way to achieve this is to make sure you have
a sufficient combustion air supply. It is also important to use dry
wood, and have a correctly dimensioned chimney.
Even if you follow all of our instructions, a slight film of soot can build
up on the glass. You can easily remove this build up by cleaning with a
dry cloth and glass cleaner. Please note that the glass cleaner is not
to get into contact with the gaskets, as this can discolour the glass
permanently.
Combustion chamber lining
Slight cracks can appear in the combustion chamber lining due to
moisture, or to the heating/cooling process. These cracks have no
influence on the heating performance or lifetime of your stove.
However, if the lining starts to crumble, you must replace it. The combustion chamber lining is not covered by the warranty.
Gaskets
All wood-burning stoves have gaskets made of ceramic material fitted
to the stove, the doors, and/or the glass. These gaskets are subject to
wear and tear, and must be replaced when necessary.
Chimney sweeping and cleaning your
wood-burning stove
Follow national and local chimney sweeping regulations. We
recommend having the wood-burning stove cleaned regularly by the
chimney sweep.
Before starting to clean your wood-burning stove, and sweep the flue
pipe, we recommend first removing the baffle plates.
Checking the stove
Scan A/S recommends that you check your stove thoroughly after
sweeping/cleaning. Check all visible surfaces for cracks. Check that
all joints are tight and that the seals sit correctly. Worn or deformed
seals should be replaced.
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Servicing
We recommend that the stove should have a comprehensive servicing
at least once every two years. Servicing should include the following:
• Lubricate hinges using copper grease
• Check gaskets. Replace any that are broken or weak.
• Check combustion chamber door and riddling grate
• Check combustion chamber lining and baffle plates.
The stove must be serviced by a qualified fitter. Use only orignal
spare parts.
Service
Baffle plates and combustion chamber liningg
Be very careful when removing the baffle plates from the stove.
Lift the burn chamber side plates free from the bottom stones and
take them out. Please note that the sides support the rear plates and
that these may fall over, when the sides are taken out.
Take out the rear plates.
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T R O U B L E S H O OT I N G
Smoke escaping
Warranty
• Damp wood
All wood-fired Scan products are made of high-quality materials and
subject to strict quality controls before leaving the factory. We give a
warranty of 5 years on manufacturing errors or defects.
• Chimney not drawing properly
• Chimney is not properly dimensioned for the stove
• Check if the smoke gas pipe/chimney are blocked
• Is the chimney the right height for its surroundings?
•At rear outlet, check that the flue pipe does not obstruct the
chimney draught
• Vacuum in room
•The door is opened before the embers have burned down
­sufficiently
Wood burning too quickly
• Incorrect secondary/primary airflow setting
• The baffle plates is incorrectly mounted or missing
You must quote your stove‘s product registration number when you
contact us or your authorised Scan dealer with a warranty claim.
The warranty covers all parts which in the opinion of Scan A/S require
repair or replacement due to manufacturing or construction error
The warranty applies to the original purchaser of the product only,
and is not transferable (except on prior sale).
The warranty covers only damage caused by manufacturing or construction errors.
The following parts are not covered by the warranty
• Chimney too large
•Wear and tear parts, such as the combustion chamber liners,
baffle plates, riddling grate, glass, tiles, and seals (except for
defects which were present on delivery).
Soot build-up on glass
•Defects caused by external chemical and physical influences
during transportation, storage and assembly, or at a later time.
• Incorrect secondary/primary airflow setting
•Soot build-up caused by poor chimney draught, damp wood, or
improper use.
• Inferior firewood (waste wood, pallets etc.)
• Damp wood
• Wood pieces too large on lighting
• Inferior firewood (waste wood, pallets etc.)
• Chimney not drawing sufficiently
• Costs of additional heating in connection with a repair.
• Transport costs.
• Costs for setting up, removing the wood stove.
• Vacuum in room
This warranty is void
Excessive soot build-up in chimney
•In case of incorrect installation (the installer is responsible
for observing and complying with legal requirements and local
bylaws, along with this Assembly- and Instructionsmanual for
the wood-burning stove and accessories).
• Poor burning (more air required)
• Damp wood
The surface of the stove is turning grey
• In case of improper use, and/or use of prohibited fuels, nonoriginal spares (see this Assembly- and instructions manual).
• Overheating (see instructions for heating)
•If the product registration number of the stove has been removed or damaged.
Poor heating performance of stove
•In case of repairs that do not comply with our instructions or
instructions by an authorised Scan dealer.
• Damp wood
• Not enough wood
•In case of any manipulation of the original state of this Scan
product or its accessories.
• Baffle plates are not fitted correctly
•This warranty is only valid in the country to which this Scan product was originally supplied.
Odour coming from stove
Always use original replacement parts, or parts recommended by the
manufacturer.
• Inferior wood quality with low fuel value
•The lacquer on the stove hardens when you use the stove for the
first time; this can cause an odour. Open a window or a door for
ventilation, and make sure the stove is heated up sufficiently to
avoid odours later.
•When heating up and cooling down, the stove may make some
clicking noises. These are due to the huge temperature differences to which the material is exposed and do not indicate any
product defects.
DEFRA
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The Clean Air Act 1993 and Smoke Control Areas
Refuelling on to a low fire bed
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).
If there is insufficient burning material in the firebed to light a new
fuel charge, excessive smoke emission can occur. Refuelling must
be carried out onto a sufficient quantity of glowing embers and ash
that the new fuel charge will ignite in a reasonable period. If there
are too few embers in the fire bed, add suitable kindling to prevent
excessive smoke
In England appliances are exempted by publication on a list by the
Secretary of State in accordance with changes made to sections 20
and 21 of the Clean Air Act 1993 by section 15 of the Deregulation
Act 2015. Similarly in Scotland appliances are exempted by publication on a list by Scottish Ministers under section 50 of the
Regulatory Reform (Scotland) Act 2014.
The maximum amount of fuel specified in this manual should not be
exceeded, overloading can cause excess smoke.
In Wales and Northern Ireland these are authorised by regulations
made by Welsh Ministers and by the Department of the Environment
respectively.
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”
Fuel overloading
Operation with door left open
Operation with the door open can cause excess smoke. The appliance must not be operated with the appliance door left open except
as directed in the instructions.
Dampers left open
Operation with the air controls or appliance dampers open can
cause excess smoke. The appliance must not be operated with air
controls, appliance dampers or door left open except as directed in
the instructions.
The Scan 1010 has been recommended as suitable for use in smoke
control areas when burning wood logs with a modification to thery
air valve so that it will not close beyond the 40% open position.
Smoke Control Area air supply requirements
The M5x6 screw is fitted to ensure that the stove
receives sufficient air to meet Defra's requirements.
Important!
Please see installing the screw for secondary air
control with open position.
Screw M5x6
NAVN:
Scan 1001
EMNE:
Engelsk krav til luftspjæld
VÆGT: N/A
MATERIALE:
DIMENSION:
AREAL:
N/A
TG.NR:
DATO:
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