Dunsley Highlander 5 Installation and Operating Instructions

Dunsley Highlander 5 Installation and Operating Instructions
HIGHLANDER - 5
DIFFICULTY IN BURNING FOR EXTENDED
PERIODS? If all the fuel has burned away, this is probably |
because too much air has been reaching it. There are several
possible causes:
1. The doors may not have been closed properly.
2. The chimney draught was too high [this can be a problem with
any fire) and usually happens when it is very windy.
%. The air slides were not adjusted correctly.
4. Mot enough fuel was put on the fire.
5. The sealing rope on the doors or glass may require attention.
If much unburned fuel is left, then a little more air is required, so
the air control should be adjusted accordingly. If the problem
persists check the sealing of the flue pipe to the appliance and
chimney.
FUME EMISSION INTO ROOM A slight fume emission
into the room may occur while refuelling, but should not occur
during normal running. If fumes occur in normal running
LET THE FIRE OUT AND CHECK THE FOLLOWING:
1. Is the fluepipe well sealed into the appliance and chimney.
2. Check the flue way and throat plate at the top of the Stove
IS clear,
3. Check the chimney is clear (If the problem occurs after the
fire has not been used for a period the chimney may be blocked
by a birds nest or fall of ash and soot).
4. Can enough air enter the room - has the air brick been sealed?
Double glazing installed or a fitted carpet closed gaps around
the doors and skirting board?
5. Is there a downdraught on the chimney? This could be caused
by a nearby tree, hill or high building and if this is suspected
we recommend taking advice from a chimney expert.
MAINTENANCE AND
SERVICING INSTRUCTIONS
Main Flue and throat plate must be kept clear. The frequency
of cleaning will depend on use and the fuels burnt, as a quide
we suggest: -
EVERY MONTH - When the fire is out and the stove is cool
check on top of the throat plate for excessive deposits.
The throat plate has two holes placed in the front to take
the operating tool, this enables you with the use of an
electric torch, held 200mm to 260mm (8 to 10ins.) away
shining through the holes to see above the throat plate for
any excess soot deposit. To clean the throat plate using the
operating tool and wearing gloves remove the fuel retainer
bar, insert the prongs of the operating tool into the two
holes of the throat plate. Raise the left side whilst moving to
the left and lower the right side to rest on the fire bed, clean
the throat plate without removing it from the stove. Replace
in reverse order, ensure the throat plate sits on top of the
side bricks with the down bend touching the rear bricks,
see FIG 6,
When it is required to sweep the main flue follow above
procedure and remove the throat plate right side first.
Replace in reverse order.
EVERY YEAR: Have the main flue swept, using a wire centred
sweeps brush fitted with a guide wheel. We strongly
recommend that you engage a qualified chimney sweep (see
the information on the front cover). Any purpose provided
ventilation should be checked periodically at least once per
year to ensure that it is free from obstruction
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REF HIGHS DBOOS 06-06-13
THE ANDER-9
DUNSLEY-HIGH TEE
FREESTANDING ROOMHEATER
FITTED WITH MULTI-FUEL RIDDLING GRATE
INSTALLATION AND
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
All measurements of appliances in these instructions are approximate
See Page 5 for types of Fuels the Highlander-5 can burn
ALSO AVAILABLE WITH ATTACHED LOG STORE, SEE PAGE 10.
LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS WITH THE HOUSEHOLDER
THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE INSTALLED AND SERVICED ONLY BY COMPETENT AND QUALIFIED SOLID-FUEL HEATING ENGINEERS
NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER NOR THIER DISTRIBUTORS WILL TAKE ANY RESPONSIBILITY WHATSOEVER FOR AN APPLIANCE
NOT SO INSTALLED AND SERVICED.
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Manufactured by: Dunsley Heat Ltd, Bridge Mills, Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England
FOR EXPERT ADVICE ON FUELS, INSTALLATION er CHIMNEYS CONTACT:
Solid Fuel Association, 7 Swanwick Court, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 7A5 Tel: 01773-835400
PAGE 1 REF HIGHS DBOOS 06-06-13
HIGHLANDER - 5
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
The Highlander Multi-Fuel Stove is built to the highest standard,
using best quality materials and dedicated manufacturing methods,
to give vou à stove with superb clean burning, for efficient operation,
together with pre-heated air wash which ensures a clean view of the
fire with maximum efficiency for all fuels used.
The serial number of this stove will be found on the aluminium
label which is positioned on the right side, when you are
facing the front of the stove.
The Highlander-5 has been approved by HETAS LTD under the
approval scheme, being safe and fit for its designed purpose.
STOVE GROSS WEIGHT -80kg
HIGHLANDER-5
Metallic black with top flue outlet in position.
Easily changed to rear flue outlet see page 9.
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION
Fuel Wood logs Ancit (Smokless fuel)
Nominal heat output, KW 5 4.5
Nominated refuel period, h 1 1
Efficiency, % 80.1 73.1
Mean CO emission (at 13% 0.) 0,37 0.74
Mean flue gas temperature”C 260 183
Flue gas mass flow, d/s 3.8 3.9
The Highlander has been assessed as an intermittent appliance.
DETACHED PARTS SUPPLIED WITH THE
HIGHLANDER 5
1 Operating Tool, 1 Hooked poker, 1 Ash Shovel
1 Installation, Servicing and Users Instructions.
ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
1 Multi-Fuel Ash Container - Part No. 01414
1 Fuel Carrier - Part No. 01429
Guarantee - The Highlander Stove when installed and used correctly
will give you many years of efficient service, Dunsley guarantees the
Highlander stove for a period of 3 years from the original date of purchase
against all manufacturing faults. This includes delivery of parts, but does
not include any labour involved in removing or replacing the parts or any
costs involved with refitting the stove or fire surround and hearth. This
guarantee does not apply to items which would be subject to fair wear
and tear i.e. all Grate bars, Shaker Bar, Fuel Retainer Bar, Door Rope,
Door Glass, Gaskets, Fire Bricks and Throat Brick. Use of parts other
than those supplied by Dunsley Heat Ltd, or overfiring of the stove
will invalidate the guarantee. This gurantee in no way diminishes the
buyers statutory or other legal rights.
Dunsley has been designing and manufacturing solid fuel heating
equipment for over 60 years.
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY
- THEY CONTAIN ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
BEFORE YOU BEGIN... THIS APPLIANCE MUST
NOT BE MODIFIED IN ANY WAY
CO Alarms:- Building regulations require that when ever a new or
replacement fixed solid fuel or wood/biomass appliance is installed in
a dwelling a carbon monoxide alarm must be fitted in the same room
as the appliance, Further guidance on the installation of the carbon
monoxide alarm is available in BS EN50292:2002 and from the alarm
manufacturers instructions. Provisión of an alarm must not be considered
a substitute for either installing the appliance comectly or ensuring regular
servicing and maintenance of the appliance and chimney system.
Warning: The installer has a responsibilty under the healthand safety
at work legislation to provide for the safety of person(s) carrying out this
installation and to provide adequate protection, Note that the fire cement
is caustic (wash thoroughly after use), and be aware of the possibility
of disturbing asbestos in older installations. No component on this
appliance in manufactured from asbestos or asbestos related products.
PAGE 2
This leaflet gives a guide to installation, but in no way absolves the
installer from responsibility to conform to British Standards in
particular, BS8303-1986, ("Code of Practice for Installation of Domestic
Heating and Cooking Appliances Burning Solid Mineral Fuel”) and
local and nationalbuilding regulations, building standards Scotland
and Local Authority bye laws. Or the rules in force in the country
where the appliance is to be installed. Failure to install appliances
correctly could lead to prosecution, All local regulations including
those referring to national and european standards need to be
complied with when installing the appliance. Carbon Monoxide alarms
should be fitted near to solid fuel appliances. Please note that it is
a legal requirement under England and Wales Building Regulations
that the installation of the stove is either carried out under Local
Authority Building Control approval or is installed by a competant
person registered with a Government approved competant persons
scheme. HETAS Ltd operate such a scheme and a listing of their
Registered Competant Persons can be found on their website at
www. hetas.co.uk Remember: the chimney is not simply a duct to
carry gases away, it is an integral part of the appliance. No stove
will work correctly unless the chimney is sound.
On first initial lighting of the stove condensation could occur causing
discolouration of the glass, the condensation could turn to drops of
water, this would particularly apply if the chimney was new or had
not been used for a long time. This is a natural thing and should not
be cause for concern. The same would apply if wet fuel is burnt,
| particularly wet wood,
Also note; The Highlander Stove is spray painted with a special heat
resistant stove enamel paint. As it heats up for the first time the paint
will commence to cure and the resin in the paint will give off a smell
for 2 or 3 hours, this smell is not harmful. It is best to run the stove
at low to medium temperature for the first 4 to 5 hours.
CHIMNEYS SHOULD
« Terminate above the ridge and in any case at least 1m above the
roof level.
« Be at least 4.5m high measured vertical from the top of the stove,
Horizontal connecting flue pipe to be no more than 150mm long
« Have a minimum internal cross section not less than 150mm
diameter round.
* Be free of any cracks.
Have no bends sharper than 45 degrees, and be free from
= obstructions.
* Make complete provision for sweeping access.
* Be swept by a qualified chimney sweep.
« Be connected to this one appliance only.
| * Older chimneys may have been poorly built or have developed
cracks. If you suspect this, seek expert advice.
« This appliance is not suitable for a shared flue system.
FLEXIBLE FLUE LINERS - A twin wall flexible flue liner of 150mm
diameter can be used as required. The twin walled flue liner must be
approved as suitable for use on solid fuel appliances. Installation and
servicing must be in accordance with the manufacturers instructions
| and building regulations 2010. J in particular sections 1 and 2.
Suitable for approved smokless fuels and propery dry seasoned wood,
NEW CHIMNEYS - New masonry chimneys must conform to
building regulations BSEN 15287-1:2007 design, installation and
commissioning of chimneys. Factory made chimneys (twin wall
insulated) should conform to BS 1856-1-2009, and be installed in
accordance with the manufacturers instructions.
The single skin 125mm diameter fluepipe should be kept as short
as practical and should not be used as a complete chimney, it should
join the insulated chimney before passing through any ceiling, roof
space or wall, this is designed to give a safe warm flue system.
All parts must be accessible for cleaning.
THATCHED PROPERTIES - you need to obtain house insurance
| agreement to do any work involving work on chimneys, Clear
guidance for installers is available in buildings regulations.
REF HIGHS DB008 17-12-13
HIGHLANDER-5
EXTRACTOR FANS
An extractor fan must not be fitted in the same room as the
appliance.
HEARTH AND APPLIANCE SETTING
The stove must be installed on a level solid hearth. Constructed of
non combustable material, and extend 225mm in front of the stove,
and 150mm to each side. There must be at least 75mm air gap
between the back and the side’s of the stove to give sufficient air
circulation and 125mm between top of stove and lintel, Hearths
should be constructed of a suitable robust material and appropriate
dimensions. Refer to building regulations 2000 document J.
For your information on over run test the maximum temperature
of the hearth in the centre directhy undemeath the Highlander 5
measured 132°C with ambient temperature of 21°C burning ancit,
and 61°C for high legs.
COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS
The safe distance from combustible material to the rear and side of
the appliance should be 700mm side and 800mm from the rear. In
addition the flue pipe must be a minimum of at least 3 times the flue
pipe diameter from combustible material (normally 460mm) unless
the combustible material is insulated in accordance with the building
regulations in which case the distance can be reduced to 1.5 times
the flue pipe diameter. |
Care should be taken to keep soft furnishings and moveable items |
of furniture well clear of the stove, |
AIR SUPPLY
For closed appliances without any draught stabilizer fitted, the
air requirement is 550mm’ per kW of rated output above 5kW
THE DUNSLEY HIGHLANDER MULTI-FUEL STOVE
COMPLIES WITH THE FOLLOWING STANDARDS
ASPECT _ STANDARDS USED
| SOLID MINERAL FUELS | WOOD FUELS
EN.13240: 2001
Constructional
and Dimensional |EN. 13240: 2001
Requirements
FITTING THE STOVE
TWO POSSIBLE TOP FLUE OUTLET INSTALLATION
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If it is intended to fit the canopy onto the stove, the overall height
of the stove will increase by 150mm. See page 8. FIG 11.
For rear flue outlet, see page 9.
Before positioning the stove please make sure |
both Gaskets supplied are fitted to the top and |
rear flue outlets.
PAGE 3
Place the stove in position on the hearth, ensure the stove is set on
the level hearth in the required position. Levelling adjusting bolts are
fitted on projecting brackets at the bottom rear of the stove and in the
base of the front legs, with the bolt heads facing down to give a firm
base, these adjusters may be used for final levelling on an uneven
hearth. One 8mm hole is also provided in each rear bracket to fix
the stove to the hearth as required.
Connect the appliance to the chimney using a length of 125mm
diameter fluepipe, sealed to the stove and the chimney using glass
fibre cord and fire cement.
The fluepipe connection can be vertical or have a single 45 degree
bend. It may be fitted with a cleaning door for cleaning the chimney
as shown at FIG. 1, 2 .
The flue pipe can also be reached through the stove. To do this,
ensure the fire is out and the stove cold, open the main door, remove
the fuel retainer bar, remove the throat plate. The chimney can then
be swept through the main door. After sweeping, replace the throat
plate with the rear bend facing down and the front tab facing up see
servicing Instructions and FIG. 6. Page ó. Replace fuel retainer bar.
Possible methods of making the flue connection are shown, [see Fig
| and Fig 2). For rear flue outlet see page ¥. FIG 12. and 13.
Whatever method is used it is imperative that:
The complete flue from the stove itself to the top of the chimney
terminal is sound. Even small cracks or gaps may cause smoking or
poor performance.
The complete flue should be smooth intemally without any voids in
which gases can swirl or be cooled down, nor any ledges on which
$00t may accumulate.
It must be possible to clean the entire length of flue. In some
installations it may be necessary to fit a cleaning door in the chimney.
If from experience it is decided there is excessive “draw” in the
chimney and a draught stabilizer is fitted to the flue pipe or chimney
in the same room as the appliance extra permanent air entry
opening must be provided, see building regulations 2010
Document J.
With the chimney warm a draw of between 0.15 and 0.3
mbar (0.06 to 0.12 ins W.G) is recommended.
| INSTALLER’S DUTIES
| Check that all parts are correctly fitted, visibly check that seals
between components are in place. Light the fire, see operating
instructions. Check that the flue functions correctly and all products
of combustion are vented to the atmosphere through the chimney
terminal.
Demonstrate use of the appliance, and accessories to the user, and
hand over the instructions.
Offer to supply everything necessary for proper operation: Fuel,
fuel store, fuel carrier; ash carrier etc.
Remind the householder of the need for regular chimney sweeping
and draw their attention to the ‘Warnings’ in this document.
WARNING NOTE
Properly installed and operated this appliance will not emit
fumes into the dwelling. Occasional fumes from de-ashing
re-fuelling may occur. However, persistent fume emission
is potentially dangerous and must not be tolerated. If fume
emission does persist, then the following immediate action
should be taken:
a: Open doors and windows to ventilate room and then
leave the premises.
b: Let the fire out,
c: Check for flue or chimney blockage and clean if required.
d: Do not attempt to re-light the fire until the cause of the
fume emission has been identified and corrected.
If necessary seek expert advice.
CO Alarm - Your installer should have fitted a CO alarm in the same room
as the appliance, If the alarm sounds unexpectedly, follow the instructions
under "Warning Note" above.
REF HIGHS DEODE 26-11-13
HIGHLANDER - 5
FUELS BURNT IN SMOKE CONTROL AREAS
The Enviroburn 5 is considered suitable for Authorised smokeless
fuels in smoke control areas, Dunsley recommend the following
authorised fuels: Blazebrite, Phurnacite, Phurnacite nuts, Ancit,
Taybrite, Sunbrite Doubles, Easycoke, Extracite, Purheat,
Supercoke, Maxibrite, Newflame, Supacite, Thermac, Anthracite
Large Nuts, approximately not less than 60mm cubes.
Do not use small size fuels i.e. Beans, Peas and Grains etc
PETROLEUM COKE and HOUSE COAL are not suitable for use,
PLEASE NOTE:
All fuels "best combustion results, also to
help prevent discolouration on the glass of the fire door. Avoid
fuel which contains much dust, or small particles.
WOOD:
The Highlander stove can take logs up to 280mm (117) long
100mm (47) diameter, and burn any type of wood as long as it is
dry. By dry we mean that it contains less than 25% moisture.
When first cut down, wood cells are full of water and will need
drying for at least a year (outside under a shelter or tarpaulin
will do) ensure there is air access to assist, Wet or ‘green’ wood
wastes heat in making steam, and produces flammable acidic
tars which will discolour the glass, cling to and can damage your
chimney or stove, Nails in wood could cause grate bars to jam
as the nails fall from the wood.
Wood burns best on a layer of its own ash with the grate bars
half open, see page 4. FIG 3, therefor when you riddle the
grate leave a layer of ash about 13mm thick on top of the grate.
RE-FUELLING:
When re-fuelling burn on high output for 2-3 minutes to
establish combustion before turning down to low fire settings.
LOW BURNING:
The Highlander will burn for longer periods by allowing the fire
to burn down to a low hot firebed, removing the ash as required,
filling level and evenly distributing to the top of the coal retaining
bar and setting the air controls to a lower setting. Hard fuels like
Ancit or hard coke will burn the longest. Trials may be necessary
to find the best settings for the fuel being used. The misuse of
the air controls can cause excess smoke, use controls as
directed; page 4 ‘controls’
THE DUNSLEY HIGHLANDER IS NOT DESIGNED TO BE
OPERATED WITH THE FIRE DOOR OPEN. THE DOOR
MUST BE CLOSED WHEN THE STOVE IS OPERATIVE
ECONOMY Surprisingly, best economy is achieved with the firebox
full of fuel and the air control set nearly “closed”, to give a steady
glow. The fire will burn much more efficiently than if you re-fuel
“little and often.
As other stove manufacturers - Dunsley do not recommend
Petroleum Coke or Welsh Dry Steam coal.
Chrome grates are available on request, these grates have
a much longer life than cast iron grates and are well worth
the extra cost.
HOUSEHOLD WASTE AND NONE RECOMMENDED FUELS
Household waste containing plastic or batteries or aerosols must not
be burnt. Remember that these items can explode, do not attempt to
burn them. Also it is not recommended to burn petroleum coke,
liquid Fuels or treating the stove as an incinerator.
IT IS WISE TO CHECK THE FOLLOWING FROM
TIME-TO-TIME:
THE STOVE MUST BE COLD.
PAGE 5
CONDITION OF FIREBRICKS: Minor cracks in firebricks are quite
normal due to the very high temperatures developed, Firebricks
need only be replaced if part of the brick has broken away.
CONDITION OF FIRE BARS: The firebars [unless specially
ordered in chrome iron) are made from cast iron for strength and
durability they will last a long time provided the ash is not allowed
to build up in the ash compartment and touch the underside of the
bars. Damaged bars should be promptly replaced.
TIGHTNESS OF DOOR SEALS: It is essential that the door seals
correctly against the stove body. After a period of use the glass-
fibre rope seal may become compressed or damaged. The seal should
be closely examined and replaced as required. Check the setting of
the door to ensure it is fitting correctly with the seal tight against
the body of the stove.
The hinges can be adjusted by the two Beng nuts which are situated
on the hinges one each side of the body of the stove.
The nut on the inside of the top hinge can be reached by a 1 3mm
ax spanner through the hole provided at the rear of the air wash
guide.
The door catches can be tightened by moving a washer located on
the back of the door catch, to the front of the door catch [between
the handle and the door). To slacken reverse the procedure.
Regarding the door handle; When opening and closing the door use
the tool provided for the door handle.
CLEANING THE STOVE BODY The decorative parts can be
cleaned with a damp cloth when the fire is cool. Do not use abrasives
or metal polish, and never use aerosols near to the burning fire.
Should repainting become necessary, the stove fire should be out
and the stove cold. High temperature paints are available from
Dunsleyheat.
CLEANING THE LARGE AIR WASHED WINDOW
The window of your Highlander Stove is made, not from glass, but
from a tough transparent ceramic. With most fuels, it will remain
fairly clean. An occasional wipe with a damp lint free cloth when
the glass is cold 15 all that may be needed. Continual use at low
Outputs, if wet may cause sticky tars to stain the glass.
You can help prevent this by:
+ Placing the firelighter and kindling fuel at the back of the stove
when lighting.
+ Keeping the Air Wash control half way open until the fire is
nicely established.
* Using only dry fuel.
« Severe stains can be removed when the glass is cold using
special stove glass cleaning liquid available from solid fuel stove
outlets,
The use of wet fuel is not recommended as this can cause a reaction
ón the inner glass protection coating. This may turn the glass to craze
but doesn't effect the safety or working of the stove. But is not
covered by Dunsleys guarantee, Also do not use cold water on hot
glass as this also can cause crazing.
PROBLEMS? Problems like those listed here are not normally
caused by this appliance. They are due to some difficulty with the
Te chimney or fuels, so check back through this leaflet
carefully.
POOR HEAT OUTPUT? Use only recommended fuels in
the correct sizes. Check main flue, check stove flueways, check air
intake, check fire bars, check space below fire bars, ensure ash is
reasonably clear and not touching the bars.
| STOVE TO BE SHUT DOWN for a long period, de-ash and clean
| the fuel fash dled; leave the air controls open to maintain a flow of
air through the stove to avold condensation or corrosion.
REF HIGHS DEOOE 06-06-13
HIGHLANDER - 5
TO REPLACE DOOR GLASS OR FIBRE SEAL
The glass is held in position by four retainer tabs, remove the tabs,
ease the glass out at the bottom then remove. Check fibre seal and
replace with new as required, check small gaskets on retainer tabs
and replace as required.
Replace in reverse order.
If it is required to remove the door it is not necessary to disturb the
door hinge adjustment.
Open the door to at least 90°.
The door is pivoted on top and bottom pin. Remove the hinge pin
retainer, (top hinge only). Remove the bottom pin upwards. Remove
the top pin downwards.
Replace in reverse order.
In some instances it could be necessary to insert a screwdriver; or
similar, under the head of the pin to move it out.
TO RENEW THE SEALING ROPE ON THE DOOR
Remove old sealing rope, clean metal groove with steel wool or
similar, put adhesive Part No. 02038 in bottom of groove and
push new sealing rope firmly in position.
AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES FOR THE
HIGHLANDER-5 MULTI-FUEL STOVE
ALL MEASUREMENTS IN MILLIMETRES
Multi-Fuel Ash Container Dunsley Part No. 01414
The Highlander ash shovel slides
into the ash container to avoid
possible spillage of ash when
carrying through your residence.
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Fuel Carrier Dunsley Part No. 01429
The nose fits easily through the
door of the Highlander to
| re-fuel.
1
Decorative Window Trim Part No. 02200
This window trim is easy to fit or
remove, Push the top projections up
the front of the glass, between the glass
and iron frame, then lower bottom
protrusions between glass and iron
frame, push down into position.
Reverse to remove.
Mot available on SOLO model
Highlander-5 Canopy Part No. 02201
Optional Extra
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The Canopy is avallable as an optional extra, it can be fitted or
removed at any time.
The canopy Is fitted after the installation of the stove has been
completed, the flue system checked with the stove under fire.
To fit the canopy slide the open end onto the top of the stove with
the bottom below the stove top and the metal brackets on each side
of the inside of the canopy sliding on top of the stove top, push well
back to stop. The two holes at the back of the bottom flanges are to
take the two 3.5mm x 1 6mm tap head screws provided. Screw the
screws fully in, they come through at the back of the Highlander top
| and hold the canopy in position, see FIG. 11.
A Canopy is also available without a recess for the flue, if you are
using the rear flue outlet. It fits in exactly the same way.
Quote part no. 02212,
CHIMNEY FIRE: It is possible for soot and tar deposits inside an unswept
| | chimney to ignite, this is dangerous. If a chimney fire occurs, immediately
1. Firmly close all doors on the appliance and all access hatches to the
| chimney
| à Close the manual air slides
3. Call the fire service
4, Do not re-light the fire until the chimney has been swept and inspected
by a qualified chimney sweep.
REF HIGH5 DEDOS 06-06-13
CONVERTING TO REAR FLUE OUTLET
The Highlander - 5 can be fired as a top or rear flue outlet. For
transport reasons it is supplied with the flue outlet fitted to the top
position and the blanking plate fitted to the rear outlet position.
They are not permanently fixed and are interchangeable. Remove
both, decide which position you intend to use ther, using the two
ceramic gaskets supplied fix them in the position required ensuring
the joint is sealed with the gasket and the slotted set screws are well
tightened.
BLANKING PLATE -
Part no. 02213
FLUE OUTLET -
Part no. 02214
HIGHLANDER - 5
REAR FLUE OUTLET INSTALLATION
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REAR FLUE OUTLET INSTALLATION
ALTERNATIVE
FIG.13 ALTERNATE SOOT
DOOR POSITIONS
A/B
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Guards against scaling, rusting, oxide sludge and leaks.
Please phone for advice or literature.
N.B. DRAWINGS NOT TO SCALE ALL MEASUREMENTS IN MILLIMETRES
REF HIGHS DB008 06-06-13
HIGHLANDER - 5
WITH ATTACHED LOG STORE
TO TAKE 125mm FLUE PIPE
STOVE FRONT VIEW
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MEASUREMENT BACK TO FRONT INCLUDING ASHLIP 385MM
GROSS WEIGHT - 100Kg
Levelling adjusting bolts are fitted in each four corners of the log stove base and are adjusted by thread action with the bolt
heads facing down to give a firm base and assist in levelling the stove.
One 8.5mm hole is provided in each of the four corners of the base to fix the stove to the hearth.
If it is required to convert to a rear flue outlet please see page 9.
A Canopy can be fitted to the log stove if required, see page 8. Please note this would increase the overall
height of the stove by 130mm.
See page 8 if you wish to fit a decorative window trim.
WHY CHOOSE A HIGHLANDER-5 WITH ATTACHED LOG STORE?
It gives you somewhere to put the logs ready to re-fuel the stove. It makes it easier to reach all the controls and
remove the ash, which also makes it easier to use for the older and infirm.
N.B. DRAWINGS NOT TO SCALE
Manufacturers for over 60 years of Domestic Heating Appliances
Specialists in Solid Fuel Open Fire Central Heating Boilers,
and Multi Fuel Stoves. a
Dunsley Heat Limited COUNTS |
Bridge Mills, Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth, West Yorkshire HD9 3TW
Tel: (01484) 682635 Fax: (01484) 688428 email: sales@dunsleyheat.co.uk
Web Sites: www.dunsleyheat.co.uk
LEAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS ADJACENT TO THE INSTALLED AND TESTED APPLIANCE
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SOLO DOOR HANDLE SUPPLEMENT
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The installation & operating instructions with this stove are correct.
Apart from the following instructions regarding the door handle; When opening and
closing the door use the gaunlets gloves provided for the door handle.
DO NOT use operating tool, as this will damage the handle finishes.
The new style solo handle is available in black, chrome, brass and must only be
cleaned by a damp none abrasive cloth when the stove fire bed is cold.
Part No. for Highlander 5 solo door
1. Solo Handle 02370
2. Solo Glass 02220
3. Solo Sealing rope 02221
4. Solo Glass fibre seals 02222
5. Solo door complete 02223
6. Solo Fuel Retainer 02224
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SOLID FUEL :
ASSOCIATION
Congratulations on buying your new heating appliance!
We would like to offer some sound advice to help ensure your complete satisfaction.
First of all, get your appliance installed by someone competent e.g. a HETAS registered engineer,
who will have been trained to do the job. These engineers can be found on the HETAS website
www. hetas.co.uk or by 'phoning the Solid Fuel Association on 0845 601 4406.
When deciding what to burn, be aware whether you are in a Smoke Control Area, and what the
manufacturer recommends. If you have any doubts as to what fuels to burn, seek advice from the
Solid Fuel Association on 0845 601 4406 or online at www.solidfuel.co.uk. Wood fuel products
should not be burned in Smoke Control Areas unless the appliance has been specifically exempted
by DEFRA. Logs should be well-seasoned and dry.
Then, be sure to buy your coal and smokeless fuel from an Approved Coal Merchant. If you have
a fuel bunker, ‘open sack’ deliveries will be the most economic way of buying fuel, though fuel in
sealed plastic bags will be more convenient if you have no bunker.
Any delivery over 110kg should be accompanied by a Delivery Ticket/Invoice detailing the type of
fuel, the weight per bag/sack and total net weight etc.
To find an Approved Coal merchant, use Yellow Pages or contact the Solid Fuel Association either
on 0845 601 4406 or online at www.solidfuel.co.uk.
Do not forget to have your chimney swept at least once per year (even for smokeless fuels) and if
you bum wood or housecoal, at least twice a year. It is advisable to use a registered Sweep who will
leave a certificate to say he has cleaned the chimney. To find a Sweep, use Yellow pages or contact
the Solid Fuel Association.
Particularly for stoves, roomheaters, cookers and boilers it is highly recommended to have the
appliance serviced once a year, and again the Solid Fuel Association can help with finding a
Maintenance Engineer if your supplier cannot recommend anyone.
Generally, be sure that ash is not allowed to build up in the ashpan under the grate because if the ash
touches the bottom of the grate it will lead to early failure of the grate bars. If your appliance has a
throat plate (baffle), be sure to check once a month that it is clear. Any flueways (on boiler models)
need to be cleared weekly.
Some of the leaflets available from the Solid Fuel Association:
How to Get the Best out of your Roomheater/Stove * Curing Chimney Problems
* How to Get the Best out of your. Open Fire * Carbon Monoxide Awareness
* How to Get the Best out of your Boiler * Solid Fuel Safety Guide
* Guide to Opening up your Fireplace * Complete Guide to Solid Fuel Heating
Solid Fuel Association 7 Swanwick Court Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 7AS
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© J. 9
CE Declaration of Conformity certificate
Manufacturer:
Dunsley Heat Ltd, Bridge mills, Holmfirth, England HD9 3TW
Product Name:
Highlander 5 Multifuel Stove
Declared Performance - test date 09/2009
Ancit: Wood:
Parameter Mean Parameter Mean
Test duration h 1.0 Test duration h 0.75
Total Efficiency 7 731 Total Efficiency % 80.1
Nominal heat output kw | 4.8 | Nominal heat output kW 5.0
‘Mean CO emission (at 13% 0,) % | 07 | Mean CO emission (at 13% O,) — % 0.32
Mean flue gas temperature °C | 183 | [| Meanfluegastemperature °%c | 259
Flue mass gas flow g/5| 39 Flue mass gas flow Es 4.1
Temperature safety test Intended use: Heating of Domestic Housing
Distance from combustibles Rear 800 mm
Side 700 mm
Tested to BSEN 13240 : 2001 + Amd 7 : 2004
Notified testing laboratory gastec at CRE
| declare that this information is true
Signature! .........—m N LA
To be completed by installer
Istallation address ............... Keen a resis sessment nes i prenda naenarnunnenenuenrepenea cananea.
(a: Er A A NA SNA TS
Has a flexible flue liner been fitted ‚...ммеосннноненснныеы латы
Has a flue draught been taken when stove was lit: YES / NO Pressure tak@n: ………………eseneeseennensmnenssnennnnne
This document forms part of the hearth notice. Installed and lit to demonstrate to the house holder that it has
been fitted to the current building regs Doc) 2010.
Signed ........... A He Ti aT a == Вабе ны
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HIGHLANDER - 5
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
PLEASE READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY -
THEY CONTAIN ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
GETTING READY TO USE YOUR HIGHLANDER STOVE
When the installer has completed the installation go over these
instructions with the installer before lighting the stove, also check the
flue system. An extractor fan must not be fitted in the same room as
the appliance. It is essential that the fire has adequate air supply for
combustions and ventilation, Apertures provided for this purpose shall
not be restricted. Where the chimney is believed to have served an open
fire installation it is possible that the higher flue gas temperature from a
dosed appliance may loosen deposits that were previously firmly adhered,
with the consequent risk of flue blockage. It is therefore recommended
that the chimney be swept a second time within a month of regular
use after installation. Have the chimney swept at least once a year.
Take care to clean the chimney flue connections and flueways prior to
lighting up after a prolonged shut down period. A fireguard conforming
to BS8423:2002 should always be used whenever children, the old
and/or infirm are present, as the exterior surface of the stove is a
working heating surface and can get very hot. Do not use an aerosol
spray near the appliance. Do not operate the stove with the door open,
except when lighting, re-fuelling or dearning ash, then operate according
to the instructions, use the operating tool to open and dose the door.
Turn the knob anti-clockwise to open, clockwise to close.
THROAT BRICK
Ensure it is in the correct position resting on the side bricks and
pushed well back against the back brick.
See Page 6 FIG .6. For cleaning see maintenance on Page 6.
LIGHTING
The Highlander stove is fitted with a multi-fuel riddling grate which
enables both solid fuels and wood to be burnt, see FIG. 3 Page 4.
De-ash the firebed, grate bars open, fully open the primary air inlet,
bottom control. Half open the top air wash control, see FIG.4 Page
6. Place two or three fire lighters, or paper on the grate with plenty
of small sticks of dry wood on top. Ensure you have a good fire
base, fuel with more wood if required, especially if the fuel you are
to use is a hard coke or oval, lightly cover with the fuel wish to
use, light the fire lighters or paper, close and latch the stove door.
When the fuel is burning well fully fuel the fire, adjust the air
controls as required. DO NOT OVER FIRE. Set the grate to the
position to suit the fuel you are to burn, see FIG .3 Page 4.
On first time lighting the stove will emit a smell and possibly a
smokey haze which is not harmful but could set off any nearby fire
alarms. To begin with, it is best to run the stove at a low temperature
for four to five hours until the stove paint has cured.
CONTROL
The rate of buming and the heat output is controlled by the amount
of air entering the firebox via the primary air control which is situated
below the glass in the door and the secondary air wash situated at
the top of the door, see FIG, 4, Page 6. both are controlled by
sliding action, right for ON, left for OFF.
To adjust the burning rate, with the fire burning well you will find
when burning wood that the primary air control can be closed or
nearly closed and the burning rate controlled by the secondary air
wash control.
When buming fuels other than wood you may find that the primary
air control requires opening to a greater degree particularly for a
short while after re-fuelling.
If the fire has burnt very low, burning either wood or other fuels
open up the primary air control to revive the fire for 2-3 minutes,
use small pieces of wood if required.
The secondary air wash Is the one that washes the glass to keep it
clean, when closed for long burning periods the glass may discolour
but should clear when the air wash is opened up again. The most
suitable settings will quickly be found from experience. Move the
air control slowly to find the suitable position 3mm open min setting.
When the secondary air wash is in the closed position the air control
is still slightly open to allow a bleed of air into the stove to assist in
maintaining the stove in good condition, when not in use,
PAGE 4
DE-ASHING, and SETTING THE GRATE
The Highlander Multi-Fuel Stove is fitted with a multi-fuel riddling
grate which has two functions:
It adjusts how much space there is between the firebars, making
them suitable for either wood or for other fuels. It agitates the
firebed to remove ash. See FIG. 3.
To de-ash the fire- the door must be closed. Locate the operating
tool in the boss on the right-hand side of the stove and agitate it up
and down to dump the ash into the ashpit ready for removal.
To remove ash- when the stove is hot gloves should be worn, The
ashpan should be emptied regularly before it becomes too full.
Never allow ash to build up and touch the underside of the grate as
this will seriously damage the grate bars.
The Highlander has a generous ash capacity below the grate bars,
but care must still be taken.
Always allow the ash to go cold before disposing of it in plastic
dustbins or bags. Dunsley Heat can supply special ash carriers to
make it easier and cleaner to carry ash through the house and
allow the ash to cool before putting it into plastic containers. The
ash pan is the shovel type and can be kept in or out of the stove.
FIG. 3. of
2. CLOSED |
LEAVE IN THIS |
POSITION FOR | REMOVE
WOOD | OPERATING
“Do | TOOL WHEN
Ci NOT IN USE
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1. OTHER FLIELS 7 |
OPERATING |
TOOL
RE-FUELLING:
To re-fuel, de-ash as required, open door slowly, the firebox should
be well filled but do not overfill. Do not allow any fuel to lodge
between the glass and front bars, or touch the glass.
SETTING THE GRATE POSITION: Use the operating
tool to move the grate bars to the appropriate position for the fuel
you are using, please refer to FIG.3. Above.
GRATE BARS AS STANDARD: The grate bars on the
Dunsley Highlander Multi-Fuel Stove are manufactured from cast
iron. To get the best life out of the grate never allow the ash to build
up in the ash compartment and touch the underside of the grate as
this will reduce the life of the grate bars.
As other stove manufacturers Dunsley do not recommend
Petroleum Coke, or Welsh Dry Steam Coal to be burnt on
Cast Iron grates.
Chrome Iron Grates are available on request, these grates have a
much longer life than cast iron grates and are well worth the extra
cost.
STOVE NOT IN USE
If the stove is to be left unused for a prolonged period of time
then it should be given a thorough clean to remove ash and
unburned fuel residues. To enable a good flow of air through the
appliance to reduce condensation and subsequent damage,
leave the air controls fully open.
REF HIGHS DEDOS 14-02-14
HIGHLANDER - 5
1. FITTING THE GRATE BARS
The shaker bar is already fitted, it should not normally be
removed. (If it is to be removed see Para 3. also FIG. 5.
AND 6.)
A. Turn the shaker bar so that the projections are facing upwards,
see FIG, 5,
B. Place the 4 lower grate bars in position first, insert the bars
with the half round boss facing downwards, see Fig. 7. to rest
on the shaker bar between the projections, with the rear end
of the bar resting on the rear support bracket below the
firebricks, See FIG. 6.
C. Place the 3 upper grate bars on top and between the 4 lower
grate bars, with the recess in the bottom fitting on the
projections of the shaker bar, see FIG. 8.
2. FITTING FUEL RETAINER BAR
A. See FIG. 4, 6 +9. Mote the fuel retainer brackets, one each
side of the door opening.
B. See FIG. 4. and 9. fuel retainer bar, take hold with the castle
projections uppermost and the sloping skirt facing inwards to
the firebox to protect the riddling movement. Slide the retainer
bar into the holding brackets.
NOTE- The fuel retainer bar must be taken out first to remove the
grate bars.
3. TO REMOVE THE SHAKER BAR
Remove fuel retainer bar, remove all grate bars, remove the
name plate at the right side facing by removing the two screws,
turn the bar so that the projections face backwards, slide the
bar into the key hole slot at the right, push the bar inwards
and upwards at the left side, pull out of the key hole slot and
remove, Replace in reverse order.
FIREBRICKS - See Fig. 10 below.
The Highlander-S Stove is supplied with all firebricks fitted. The
firebricks should not be removed except to replace broken ones:- |
To remove firebricks, remove throat plate, lift up at left side facing
pushing up to top and lowering the other end to remove. To remove
side bricks remove the brick holding brackets one at left and right
at the front. The brackets are not fixed by screws, lift up to remove,
lightly tap if necessary, the side bricks and rear brick can then be
removed. To replace fit rear bricks then side bricks then brackets
then throat plate.
FIG.10
POSITION OF THROAT
PLATE RESTING ON TOF
SIDE BRICK |
BRICK HOLDING BRACKETS
KEY No.3
LIST OF SPARE PARTS
DUNSLEY
KEY No.
No. | items marked * not on drawing OFF | PART No
| Back bricks, interchangeable 2 | 02202
2 Side bricks, interchangeable 2 | 02101
3 Firebrick holding brackets, 2 | 02007
| interchangeable
+ | Shaker Bar cast iron 1 | 02203
5 Lower grate bar cast iron | | 02104
5 Lower grate bar chrome iron 1 | 02105
4 Upper grate bar cast iron | | 02106
6 Upper grate bar chrome iron | | 02107
7 Fuel retainer bar 1 | 02205
В Throat plate 1 1027206
9 Hooked poker | | 02014
10 Operating tool 1 | 02017
11 Door knob assembly, knob brass 1 | 02018
|2 Hinge assembly, door | | 02019
13 Hinge pin retainer, top hinge only | | 02020
14 Ash shovel | | 02207
a Ceramic glass for door | | 02208
9 Door | | 02207
9 Glass retainer tabs with screws 1 | 02032
9 Fibre seal for glass | | 02033
* Sealing rope for door | | 02210
a Sealing rope glue | | 02038
Page.9 | Blanking Plate | | 02213
Page.? | Flue Outlet Spigot | | 02214
15 Flue Sealing Gaskets 2 | 02215
® Boiler stainless steel | ( 02216
KEY Mo
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N.B. DRAWINGS NOT TO SCALE
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