Installation manual

Installation manual
Trio
English
G20/G25/G25.3 (natural gas)
Instructions for installation (GB / IE)
959.064.02.uk
Please retain this document carefully
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Contents
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Preface
1.Introduction
2.CE Declaration
3.SAFETY
3.1 General
3.2 Regulations
3.3 Precautions / safety instructions during installation
4. Instructions
5. Removing the packaging
6. Installation
6.1 Regulations
6.2 Type of gas
6.3 Gas connection
6.4 Placement of the appliance
6.5 Flue gas discharge / combustion air supply system
6.6 Connecting gas
6.7 Setting the appliance
6.8 Placing the wood set
6.9 Panes
7.Wireless remote control
7.1 Receiver
7.2 Setting the communication code
7.3 Alternative operation
8. Final check
8.1 Gastightness
8.2 Gas pressure / pre-pressure
8.3 Ignition pilot and main burner
8.4 Flame picture
9. Maintenance
10 Delivery
11.Storingen
Appendix 1Parts included with the delivery
Appendix 2Technical data
Appendix 3Parts
Appendix 4Figures
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Preface
DRU, a manufacturer of gas heating appliances, develops and produces products that comply with the highest quality, performance and safety requirements.
This guarantees that the user will be able to enjoy using his product for many years to come.
This appliance has a CE marking, which means that it complies with the essential requirements of the European gas
appliance directive.
As an installer, you must be competent in the field of atmospheric gas heating.
Two manuals are supplied with the appliance: the installation manual and the user manual.
The installation manual will give you the information you need to install the appliance in such a way that it will operate properly and safely.
This manual discusses the installation of the appliance and the regulations that apply to the installation. In addition,
you will find technical data for the appliance and information on maintenance, any malfunctions that might occur
and their possible causes.
Please carefully read and use this installation manual.
The following symbols are used in the manual to indicate important information:
➠Work to be performed
!TipSuggestions and recommendations
!CautionYou will need these instructions to prevent problems that might occur during installation and/or use.
CautionYou need these instructions to prevent fire, personal injury or other serious damages.
After delivery, you should give the user manual and this installation manual to the user.
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1.Introduction
The Trio is a freestanding atmospheric gas heating appliance. This version of the Trio is suitable for natural gas. It is
not possible to make the appliance suitable for a different type of gas by using a so-called conversion set.
The Trio is a closed appliance. A closed appliance does not extract the combustion air from the living environment,
but from outside. This is done through a combined flue gas discharge system / combustion air supply system. In
this concentric system the outer pipe serves as air supply and the inner pipe as flue gas discharge.
This system can be installed through the wall, or through the roof.
The concentric system can be supplied in the colour of the appliance.
The appliance is supplied with a wireless remote control that works on batteries.
2.CE Declaration
We hereby declare, that the design and construction method of the gas-fired heating appliance issued by Dru
complies with the essential requirements of the gas appliance directive.
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Product:
gas-fired heating appliance
Type:Trio
EEC directives:
2009/142/EC
Standards:NEN-EN-613
NEN-EN-613/A1
Internal precautions at the company will guarantee that appliances produced in series comply with the essential
requirements of the EC directives in force and the standards derived from them. This declaration will lose its validity
if adjustments are made to the appliance, without prior written permission by DRU.
You will be able to download a copy of the test certificate via www.druservice.com.
M.J.M. Gelten
General manager
Postbus 1021, 6920 BA Duiven
Ratio 8, 6921 RW Duiven
www.dru.nl
3.SAFETY
3.1 General
Caution-Carefully read this chapter on safety, before you start performing installation or maintenance work;
-Please observe the general regulations and the precautions/safety instructions in this manual.
3.2 Regulations
Please install the appliance in accordance with the applicable national, local and constructional (installation) regulations.
3.3 Precautions / safety instructions during installation
Carefully follow the following precautions/safety regulations:
➠you should only install and maintain the appliance if you are a competent installer in the field of atmospheric gas heating;
➠do not make any changes to the appliance;
➠only use the flue gas discharge / combustion air supply system supplied by DRU;
➠place the appliance at a distance of at least 40 mm from the back wall;
➠do not cover the appliance and the discharge material and/or do not wrap it in an insulation blanket or any other material;
➠always place the appliance and/or the discharge pipes at a minimum distance of 500 mm from combustible objects or
materials;
➠only ever use the supplied wood set;
➠place the wood set exactly as described;
➠make sure the pilot burner and the space around it is kept free;
➠avoid dirt in gas pipes and connections;
➠check the connections for gastightness before using the appliance;
➠avoid blocking of the pressure equalization hatch on top of the appliance;
➠check whether the pressure equalization hatch fits well onto the sealing surface;
➠do not ignite the appliance until it is fully installed;
➠replace torn or broken panes.
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!Caution - In case of broken or torn glass panes, the application may not be used.
- Protect the appliance against dust and moisture created during the building process!
4.
Instructions
Observe the following items during installation in order to guarantee a proper and safe operation of the appliance:
➠avoid that the ignition cable runs over and/or alongside metal parts, in order to prevent weakening of the spark;
➠avoid damaging the panes during removal/placing;
➠clean the panes before you use the appliance, in order to prevent dirt from burning in the glass.
5.
Removing the packaging
Note the following items when removing the packaging:
➠ remove all packaging materials
➠Check the appliance for damages during transport;
➠If necessary, contact DRU Service;
➠Take the parts box and the wood set from the space behind the door at the bottom of the appliance.
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In appendix 1 / table 5 you can see which parts you should have after removing the packaging.
➠Remove both woodscrews from the bottom plate connecting the appliance to the platform.
CautionHeat-resistant glass is a ceramic material. Very small irregularities in the glass pane(s) cannot be avoided, but are within the required quality standards.
!Caution Keep plastic bags away from children.
➠Contact DRU Service if you do not have all the parts after you finished removing the packaging;
➠Dispose packaging in accordance with local regulations.
6.
Installation
Read this manual carefully to ensure a proper and safe operation of the appliance.
!CautionInstall the appliance in the order described in this chapter.
6.1 Regulations
-Please install the appliance in accordance with the applicable national, local and constructional (installation)
regulations;
-Observe the regulations/instructions in this manual.
6.2 Type of gas
The type plate indicates for which type of gas, gas pressure and for which country this appliance is intended. The type
plate can be found behind the door on the back wall of the space at the bottom of the appliance.
Caution- Check whether the appliance is suitable for the type of gas and the gas pressure used at the location.
-Do not make any changes to the appliance.
6.2.1 Reconstruction to different type of gas
If you want to convert this appliance into a different type of gas, please contact DRU’s service department and ask
what is possible. Reconstructions should only be performed by authorized gas installers.
6.3 Gas connection
Place a gas tap in the gas connection, close to the appliance.
CautionAvoid dirt in the gas pipe and in the connections.
The following requirements apply to the gas connection:
-use a gas pipe with the correct dimensions, so that no pressure loss can occur:
- the gas tap must be approved (in the EU this will be the CE mark);
-you should always be able to reach the gas tap.
6.4 Placement of the appliance
Place the appliance as follows:
Caution-Always place the appliance and/or the discharge pipes at a minimum distance of 500 mm from combustible objects
or materials;
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➠Determine the location of the appliance; the dimensions can be found in Fig. 1, see Appendix 4;
➠Provide a gas connection at the location. For details, see section 6.3;
➠Make a duct for the flue gas discharge/combustion air supply system with the following diameters. For details, see
section 6.5.
-Ø160 mm for a wall duct through incombustible material;
-Ø 250 mm for a wall duct through combustible material;
-Ø160 mm for a roof duct through incombustible material;
-Ø 250 mm for a roof duct through combustible material.
➠Place the appliance on its destined location.
Caution-Place the appliance at a distance of at least 40 mm from the back wall;
-Do not cover the appliance and the discharge material and/or do not wrap it in an insulation blanket or any other
material.
6.5 Flue gas discharge / combustion air supply system
6.5.1 General
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The appliance is of the C11/C31/C91 type.
The appliance is connected to a combined flue gas discharge/combustion air supply system, hereafter referred to
as the concentric system.
The passage to the outside can be made with a wall duct (see section 6.5.2) or with a roof duct (see section 6.5.3).
If necessary, you can also use an existing discharge channel (see section 6.5.4).
Caution-Only use the concentric system supplied by DRU (Ø100 / Ø150 mm). This system was tested in combination with the
appliance; DRU cannot guarantee a proper and safe operation of other systems and cannot accept liability for these
systems;
-For connecting to an existing chimney flue you should only use the installation set supplied by DRU.
The concentric system is constructed from (the discharge stump of) the appliance.
If structural circumstances require that the concentric system is placed first, the appliance can later be connected
with a telescopic pipe piece.
!TipDRU does not recommend placing the telescopic piece, because this visible pipe piece cannot be supplied in colour
and does not really combine well with the appliance.
6.5.2 Application with wall duct
6.5.2.1 Construction of concentric system with wall duct
The concentric system with wall duct has to comply with the following conditions (see Appendix 4, Fig. 2):
-First, a concentric pipe of at least 1 meter should be connected vertically to the appliance;
-The total vertical pipe length can have a maximum of 4 meters;
-On the vertical part a bend of 90° is connected;
-The total horizontal pipe length can have a maximum of 3 meters (wall duct excluded).
Under these conditions you should not install the restrictor slide; the air inlet guide will not be placed.
6.5.2.2 Placing concentric system with wall duct
Place the concentric system as follows:
➠Build the system up from (the connection stump of) the appliance.
Caution-Maintain a distance of at least 50 mm between the outside of the concentric system and the walls and/or the ceiling;
-Use heat-resistant isolation material when passing through combustible material;
-The rosette (mounting inner plate) of the wall duct is too small to seal the Ø 250 mm opening when passing through
combustible material. That is why you should first apply a sufficiently large heat-resistant intermediate plate to the
wall. Then, the rosette is mounted on the intermediate plate.
!CautionSome heat-resistant isolation materials contain volatile components that will spread an unpleasant smell for a prolonged time; these are not suitable.
➠Remove the top plate from the appliance; this plate is loose;
➠Remove the cover plate by unscrewing the 2 parkers (see Appendix 4, Fig. 2);
➠Place a lacquered pipe piece on the appliance;
➠Apply a lacquered clip binding with silicon sealing ring onto the connection between appliance and pipe piece;
➠Refit the cover plate with the 2 parkers;
➠Place the top plate carefully onto the appliance, so that the lacquered pipe piece will not be damaged;
➠If necessary, connect the vertical (lacquered) concentric pipe pieces;
➠Connect the lacquered bend;
➠If necessary, connect the horizontal (lacquered) concentric pipe pieces;
➠On each connection, apply a (lacquered) clip binding with silicon sealing ring;
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➠Use a parker to fix the clip binding to the pipe on locations that are unreachable after installation;
➠Apply sufficient clamps, so that the weight of the pipes does not only rest on the appliance;
➠Determine the remaining length of the wall duct;
➠Make sure the wall duct has the right dimensions.
!Caution-Make sure that the right insertion length is maintained;
-Place the wall duct with the groove/folded seam at the top;
-Make sure the horizontal concentric pipe pieces are sloping towards the wall duct, in order to prevent rain water
from entering.
➠Mount the rosette (mounting inner plate); if necessary, on a heat resistant intermediate plate when passing through
combustible material;
➠Attach the wall duct from the outside with four screws in their respective holes.
6.5.3 Application with roof duct
6.5.3.1 Construction of concentric system with roof duct
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The concentric system with roof duct has to comply with the following conditions:
-The construction of the chosen system has to be allowed. (See the procedure described below);
-First, a concentric pipe of at least 1 meter should be connected vertically to the appliance.
Depending on the construction, the appliance is set by means of the baffle and/or the air inlet guide.
In the following procedure you can see how the allowability of a concentric system can be determined and which
settings are needed.
➠Determine the following data:
1)The number of bends required (no distinction is made between 45° and 90° bends);
2)The total number of meters of horizontal pipe length;
3)The total number of meters of vertical and/or sloping pipe length.
These data will help you determine whether the concentric system is allowed by using Table 1 for G25 and Table 3
for G20.
In Table 2 you can read for G25 and G20 which setting is required for the appliance.
Follow the procedure described below:
➠In the first 2 columns of Table 1/Table 3, search the number of bends required and the total horizontal pipe length:
➠In the 3rd column of Table 1/Table 3, search the total vertical and/or sloping pipe length.
If you end up in a box with the letter A, B, C, D or E, the concentric system chosen by you is allowed.
➠Use Table 2 to determine which conditions apply for the baffle and/or the air inlet guide (for placing/setting see section 6.7).
Examples G25
To clarify, we will give 2 examples for Gas 25, to determine the allowability of a concentric system and the conditions
for setting the appliance.
In Table 1 the route to be followed is indicated by arrows. The result is indicated by an underlined letter (= allowed)
or a dash “-“ (= not allowed).
Example 1
1)2 bends
2)3 meters horizontal
3)8 meters vertical/sloping
→ Construction of this concentric system is allowed.
→ Situation D applies for setting the appliance
Example 2
1)3 bends
2)4 meters horizontal
3)9 meters vertical/sloping
→ Construction of this concentric system is not allowed.
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Table 1: Relation construction concentric system / setting appliance
G25
total number of meters vertical and/or sloping pipe length
total number of
meters horizontal
pipe length
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
↓8
↓9
10
11
12
no bends
0
B
C
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
2 bends
0
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
E
E
 
2
 
 
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
 
 
A
A
B
C
D
D
 
 
 
→
3 bends
3
4
 
 
 
 
A
A
B
C
 
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
0
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
D
D
 
2
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
 
 
3
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
D
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
 
 
 
→
4
4 bends
0
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
A
A
B
C
D
D
D
E
 
2
 
 
A
A
A
A
B
C
D
D
 
 
3
 
 
 
A
A
A
A
B
B
 
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
A
A
A
A
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Table 2: Conditions for setting the appliance
Situation
Air inlet guide
Baffle
Distance restriction
A
NO
YES
65 mm
B
NO
YES
50 mm
C
NO
YES
40 mm
D
NO
YES
33 mm
E
YES
YES
33 mm
Examples G20
To clarify, we will give 2 examples for Gas 20, to determine the allowability of a concentric system and the conditions
for setting the appliance.
In Table 3 the route to be followed is indicated by arrows. The result is indicated by an underlined letter (= allowed)
or a dash “-“ (= not allowed).
Example 1
1)2 bends
2)3 meters horizontal
3)8 meters vertical/sloping
→ Construction of this concentric system is allowed.
→ Situation C applies for setting the appliance
Example 2
1)3 bends
2)4 meters horizontal
3)9 meters vertical/sloping
→ Construction of this concentric system is not allowed.
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Table 3: Relation construction concentric system / setting appliance
G20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
↓8
↓9
10
11
12
no bends
0
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
E
E
E
E
E
2 bends
0
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
E
 
2
 
 
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
 
 
A
A
B
C
C
C
 
 
 
→
3 bends
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total number of meters vertical and/or sloping pipe length
total number of
meters horizontal
pipe length
3
4
 
 
 
 
A
A
B
C
 
 
 
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
0
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
 
2
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
 
 
3
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
C
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
 
 
 
→
4
4 bends
0
5
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
A
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
E
E
1
 
A
A
A
A
B
C
C
C
C
E
 
2
 
 
A
A
A
A
B
C
C
C
 
 
3
 
 
 
A
A
A
A
B
C
 
 
 
4
 
 
 
 
A
A
A
A
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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n= construction is not allowed
6.5.3.2 Placing concentric system with roof duct
The roof duct can end in a sloping and a flat roof.
The roof duct can be supplied with an adhesive plate for a flat roof or with a universally adjustable tile for a sloping
roof.
Place the concentric system as follows:
➠Build the system up from (the connection stump of) the appliance.
Caution -Maintain a distance of at least 50 mm between the outside of the concentric system and the walls and/or the ceiling;
-Use heat-resistant isolation material when passing through combustible material.
!CautionSome heat-resistant isolation materials contain volatile components that will spread an unpleasant smell for a prolonged time; these are not suitable.
➠Remove the top plate from the appliance; this plate is loose;
➠Remove the cover plate by unscrewing the 2 parkers (see Appendix 4, Fig. 3);
➠Place a lacquered pipe piece on the appliance;
➠Apply a lacquered clip binding with silicon sealing ring onto the connection between appliance and pipe piece;
➠Refit the cover plate with the 2 parkers;
➠Place the top plate carefully onto the appliance, so that the lacquered pipe piece will not be damaged;
➠Connect the horizontal (lacquered) concentric pipe pieces and, if necessary, the bends;
➠On each connection, apply a (lacquered) clip binding with silicon sealing ring;
➠Use a parker to fix the clip binding to the pipe on locations that are unreachable after installation;
➠Apply sufficient clamps, so that the weight of the pipes does not only rest on the appliance;
➠Determine the remaining length of the roof duct;
➠Make sure the roof duct has the right dimensions.
!CautionMake sure that the right insertion length is maintained.
➠Connect the roof duct to the concentric pipes.
!Caution-Make sure that the universal tile fits well with the surrounding tiles;
-Make sure that the adhesive plate fits well onto the flat roof.
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6.5.4 Connection of existing chimney flue
It is possible to connect the appliance to an existing channel.
A flexible SS pipe is placed in the chimney for discharging flue gases. The surrounding space is used to supply
combustion air.
The following requirements apply when connecting to an existing chimney flue:
-only allowed when used in combination with the special DRU chimney installation set.
The installation regulation is also supplied;
-the dimensions should be at least 150 x 150 mm;
-the vertical length has a maximum of 12 meters;
-the horizontal length has a maximum of 3 meters;
-the existing chimney flue has to be clean;
-the existing chimney flue has to be closed.
For adjusting the appliance, the same conditions/instructions apply as for the concentric system described above.
6.6 Connecting gas
Use the following procedure when connecting the gas, see section 6.3 Gas connection:
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➠If necessary, blow through the gas pipe;
➠Connect the gas pipe with gas tap to the gas control block.
!Caution-You can find the gas control block behind the door in the space at the bottom of the appliance;
-Do not turn the gas tap when connecting the gas pipe.
➠Bleed the gas pipe.
6.7 Setting the appliance
The appliance has to be set in such a way that is works correctly in combination with the discharge system.
For that purpose it is possible to install a baffle and/or an air inlet guide. For the conditions, see section 6.5.2.1,
for application with wall duct and section 6.5.3.1, Table 2, for application with roof duct.
6.7.1 Baffle (R)
!Caution The restrictor slide should be placed in the correct manner. Therefore, accurately observe the instructions
The baffle (R) is supplied separately.
Follow the procedure below when placing the baffle:
➠Remove the front pane as indicated in section 6.9.1;
➠Place the baffle (see Appendix 4, Fig. 4);
➠Use the template supplied to set the distance of the restriction (see Appendix 4, Fig. 5) as follows:
-A distance of 33 mm means that the baffle is closed to a maximum level;
-A distance of 40, 50 and 65 mm is set by using a template.
➠Fix the baffle by using the socket cap screw (S).
6.7.2 Air inlet guide (L)
The air inlet guide (L) is supplied separately.
Follow the procedure below for installing the air inlet guide (see Appendix 4, Fig. 6):
➠Remove the front pane as indicated in section 6.9.1;
➠Remove the tray surrounding the burner (M) from the appliance;
➠Place the air inlet guide;
➠Place the tray surrounding the burner (M) back in the appliance.
!Caution Do not throw away the air inlet guides, you may need them in the future.
6.8 Placing the wood set
The appliance is supplied with a wood set.
CautionStrictly observe the following instructions to prevent unsafe situations:
-only ever use the supplied wood set;
-place the wood set exactly as described;
-make sure the pilot burner and the space around it are kept free from objects (see Appendix 4, Fig. 7);
-make sure that the slot between the burner tray and the tray surrounding the burner is kept free from objects.
- make sure that the vermiculite’s fine dust does not get on the burners.
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6.8.1 Wood set
The wood set consists of vermiculite (see Appendix 4, Fig. 8), chips (see Appendix 4, Fig. 9) and a number of blocks.
➠Fill the burner tray with vermiculite; equally spread the vermiculite (see Appendix 4, Fig. 14).
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!Caution-You can influence the flame image by moving the vermiculite, yet
-the burner deck has to remain covered with vermiculite in order to prevent that the life expectancy of the burner is reduced
➠Fill the tray around the burner with chips; equally spread the chips.
Caution Do NOT place chips over the slot, around the burner.
➠Identify blocks A up to F by using Fig. 10, see Appendix 4.
!TipUse the burn stains on the blocks for identification.
➠First place blocks A and B (see Appendix 4, Fig. 11).
Caution - Place block A in such a way that the pilot flame and flame opening are not covered. Fig. 11, see Appendix 4, shows how
it should be done, and Fig. 12, see Appendix 4, shows how it should not be done
➠Then place blocks C up to F (see Appendix 4, Fig. 13).
Caution The logs should not completely cover the burner pattern, because:
- the main burners will not ignite properly; which could result in unsafe situations;
- the appliance will become filthy more quickly, as a result of soot;
- the flame picture will be affected.
6.9 Panes
6.9.1 Front pane
After placing the wood set you can place the front pane as described below.
!Caution-Avoid/remove fingerprints on the pane, as they will burn into the glass.
- Avoid damages when removing/placing the glass pane.
- Make sure the sealing tape at the edges of the glass pane is not damaged during removal.
6.9.1.1 Removing the front pane
When removing the front pane, you should observe the instructions below; (see Appendix 4, Fig. 15 to 18)
➠Open the door;
➠Unscrew the 6 parkers of the glass strip at the sides by using the socket spanner supplied;
➠Remove the glass strips;
➠Unscrew the 3 parkers of the upper glass strip;
➠Hold the pane and remove the upper glass strip;
➠Remove the pane from the slot at the underside.
6.9.1.2 Placing the front pane
Placing the front pane will take place in reverse order of the removal procedure described above.
!CautionDo not screw the parkers on too tight, to prevent breaking and/or slipping: tight=tight.
6.9.2 Side panes
The side panes should be removed in case of torn or broken panes.
6.9.2.1 Removing the side pane
Follow the steps below for removing:
➠Carefully remove the top plate from the appliance, so that the lacquered pipe piece will not be damaged. The top plate
is loose;
➠Slide the housing upwards at the side (see Appendix 4, Fig. 19);
➠Remove this part of the housing;
➠Unscrew the 3 parkers at the top by using the socket spanner;
➠Hold the pane and remove the glass strip;
➠Remove the pane from the slot at the underside.
6.9.2.2 Placing the side pane
Placing the side pane will take place in reverse order of the removal procedure described above.
!CautionDo not screw the parkers on too tight, to prevent breaking and/or slipping: tight=tight.
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7.Wireless remote control
The appliance is supplied with a wireless remote control.
Ignition, controlling the flame height and switching off are performed by a remote control that operates a receiver
in the control box.
User Manual, chapter 4, Command/control, describes the operation of the appliance including the way the remote
control works.
!CautionDo not ignite the appliance before the gas and discharge connections have been fully installed, first observe the procedure described in chapter 8.3.
Below, we will describe how the receiver is connected.
7.1 Receiver
The receiver should be connected to the appliance, before the batteries are installed.
Follow the procedure below (see Appendix 4, Fig. 21):
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➠Slide the brown plug of the connecting cable onto the back of the receiver’s printed circuit board.
➠Connect the white plug to the gas control block.
!TipThe plugs have different sizes that correspond with the connectors.
➠Connect the cables of thermocouple 1 to the receiver; (see Appendix 4, Fig. 21, arrow B).
!Tip
-The size of the eye corresponds with the size of the screw;
-The colours of eye and screw also correspond.
➠Connect the ignition cable to the receiver; (see Appendix 4, Fig. 21, arrow A).
➠Connect power:
a)When using batteries, see section 7.1.1 below;
b)When using an adapter:
-connect it to the receiver; (see Appendix 4, Fig. 21, arrow C);
-insert the plug into the wall socket.
➠Place the receiver in the control box, as indicated on Fig. 22 (o), see Appendix 4.
➠Bend the antenna out of the clips; see Appendix 4, Fig. 21, arrow D and Fig. 22.
➠Set the antenna straight.
!Caution-Do not place the antenna too close to the ignition cable and/or metal parts (for the correct position, see Appendix 4,
Fig. 22);
-Do not place the ignition cable over and/or along metal parts: this will weaken the spark;
-Do not lay the ignition cable over the receiver. this could damage the receiver;
-Avoid dust on or in the receiver: cover it when performing work.
7.1.1 P
lacing / replacing the batteries
Follow the procedure below when placing the batteries:
➠Open the door of the stove.
➠Pick up the receiver.
➠Slide the cover off.
➠Place or remove the 4 penlite (AA type) batteries.
!Caution -Avoid a short circuit between the batteries and metal objects/parts;
-Observe the “+” and “-” poles of the batteries and the holder;
-Use alkaline batteries.
➠Slide back the cover.
➠Place back the receiver.
!Caution Batteries are regarded as “small chemical waste” and may therefore not be disposed with the household rubbish.
7.2 Setting the communication code
Prior to putting the application into operation, a communication code must be set between the remote control
and the receiver. If the receiver or the remote control are replaced, a new code will have to be set.
Follow the procedure described below:
➠
➠
If necessary, place the batteries in the receiver’s battery holder; see section 6.1.1.
If necessary, place the 9V block battery in the remote controle; see User Manual.
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➠Hold down the reset button on the receiver, until you hear two consecutive sound
signals (see Appendix 4, Fig. 24).
➠ After the second, longer signal, let go of the reset button.
➠Press the ‘small flame’ button on the remote control for 20 seconds, until you hear
Small Flame
Large Flame
two short sound signals: this is the confirmation of a good communication.
7.3 Alternative operation
Appliances made with an electronic ignition and radio remote control can be connected to an alternative external
control system (e.g. Domotics). For this purpose, there are 4 connection points at the side of the receiver (see Appendix 4, Fig. 20). For connecting an external control unit, you will need a “Domotics connection cable for GV60”.
Consult DRU’s service website.
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The following contacts are possible:
-Ignition: connect both contacts 1 + 3, for one second (if there is a 2nd thermocouple, the appliance should burn
at full power for at least 20 sec. before the required position can be chosen).
- Flame high(er): briefly close contact 1 once per step, or 12 seconds for the highest position.
-Flame low(er) until switch-off (pilot flame remains on): briefly close contact 3 once per step, or 12 seconds for the
lowest position.
- Completely switching off the appliance (pilot flame included): close all three contacts 1 + 2 + 3, for one second.
The appliance will always continue to respond to the radio remote control supplied with it. The external control
system is able to use one of the two modes of this remote control.
1. Manual mode
This mode of the remote control is passive and will not take any action unless it is operated. The external control
system is able to control the functions for high/low position, ignition and switching off.
!TipIf the external control system has an intelligent clock function and/or thermostat function, the remote control supplied with the appliance should have the manual mode in order to prevent interruption of these functions.
2. Clock/thermostat mode
This mode of the remote control is active and will be responsible for the clock function and thermostat function.
The external control system is able to control the functions for high/low position, ignition and switching off.
!Tip
8.
-If the appliance is switched off (the pilot flame included) manually or by one of the safeguards, ignition of the appliance will be blocked for a period of 3 minutes for reasons of safety.
-If it is no longer possible to operate the appliance with the external control system, you must switch it off and then
switch it on again with the supplied remote control.
Final check
In order to check whether the appliance is working properly and safely, you must perform the following checks before
the appliance is used.
8.1 Gastightness
CautionAll connections must be gastight.
!CautionThe gas control block can be subjected to a maximum pressure of 50 mbar.
➠Check the connections for gastightness.
8.2 Gas pressure / pre-pressure
The burner pressure is set at the factory; see type plate. It is not necessary to check the burner pressure.
The pre-pressure in house installations, however, should be checked, as they can vary.
➠Check the pre-pressure; see Appendix 4, Fig. 23 for the measuring nipple on the gas control block;
➠Contact the gas company if the pre-pressure is not correct.
8.3 Ignition pilot and main burner
For igniting the pilot and main burner, see the User Manual, chapter 4, Operation.
CautionAlways wait 5 minutes after the pilot flame has gone out, before you re-ignite the appliance.
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8.3.1 First ignition of the appliance after installation or adjustments
!CautionAfter installation, or after work has been performed, you should ignite the appliance for the first time without the glass
window. If necessary, bleed the gas pipe.
Follow the procedure described below:
➠
➠
➠
➠
➠
➠
➠
If required, remove the glass window;
Start the ignition procedure according to chapter 4 in the User Manual;
If the pilot flame does not ignite:
- repeat the ignition procedure until the pilot burner ignites;
- consult the malfunction search diagram (Chapter 11) if this does not happen after a few attempts;
After igniting the pilot flame, the main burner will ignite during the ignition procedure;
Check whether the main burner continues to burn;
If the main burner does not continue to burn:
- repeat the ignition procedure until the main burner continues to burn
- consult the malfunction search diagram (Chapter 11) if this does not happen after a few attempts;
Switch off the appliance;
Then mount the glass window as described in chapter 6.9;
Repeat the ignition procedure a few times and perform the checks described in chapter 8.3.2;
From now on, the pilot flame should ignite smoothly.
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➠
➠
➠
!Caution - During the ignition process, you are not allowed to operate control button B on the gas control manually.
- Always wait 5 minutes after the pilot flame has gone out, before you re-ignite the appliance.
- You are not allowed to turn the pilot flame lower by using the settings on the gas control.
8.3.2 Main burner
!Caution - The pilot burner should ignite the main burner within a couple of seconds, and without popping.
- The main burner(s) must cross the full burner smoothly and without popping and continue to burn.
➠
➠
Check operation of the main burner from a cold condition (pilot flame off):
After opening the gas valve, the main burner should burn within a few seconds.
!Tip
When the gas valve is opened, the motor will start to run; this is audible.
The flame picture and a good flame transfer can only be properly judged if the glass window is installed.
Use the malfunction search diagram (Chapter 11) if the ignition of the main burner does not comply with the abovementioned requirements.
8.4 Flame picture
The flame picture can only really be assessed when the appliance has been burning for several hours. Volatile components from paint, materials, etc., which evaporate in the first hours, will affect the flame picture.
➠
➠
9.
Check whether the flame picture is acceptable.
Consult the malfunction search diagram (Chapter 11) if the flame picture is not acceptable.
Maintenance
Once a year the appliance should be checked, cleaned and, if necessary, repaired by a competent installer in the field
of atmospheric gas heating.
Check at least whether the appliance is working properly and safely.
Caution-Close the gas tap when performing maintenance work;
-Check the gastightness after repair;
-After replacing the thermocouple you should first tighten the swivel of the gas control block by hand and then give
it another quarter turn with a suitable spanner.
➠If required, clean the following components:
-the pilot flame burner;
-the combustion room;
-the panes.
!Caution-Remove/place the front pane as described in section 6.9;
-Remove the deposit on the inside of the pane with a damp cloth or a non-abrasive detergent such as copper polish;
-Avoid/remove fingerprints on the pane, as they will burn into the glass;
-Replace a torn or broken pane as described in section 6.9.
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Caution-If necessary, place back the wood set correctly; see section 6.8.
➠Inspect the flue gas discharge / combustion air supply system;
!Caution You must always perform a final inspection.
➠Perform a check as described in chapter 8.
Parts requiring replacement can be obtained from your supplier.
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You must explain to the user how he should operate the appliance. You should instruct her/him for instance on using
the appliance for the first time, the operation of the remote control, annual maintenance.
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Caution-Tell the user to close the gas tap immediately in case of malfunctions/bad performance and contact the installer in
order to prevent dangerous situations;
-Indicate the location of the gas tap;
-Point out the precautions in the user manual against unintended ignition by other wireless remote controls such as
car keys and garage door openers.
➠Instruct the user about the appliance and the remote control.
➠When the appliance is started for the first time, point out that
-when the appliance is stoked up for the first time, volatile components evaporate from paint, materials, etc.;
-when evaporating the appliance should preferably be set at the highest level;
-the room should be well ventilated.
➠Give the user manual and installation manual to the user (the installation manual should be kept near the appliance).
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11.Storingen
Malfunction search diagram atmospheric gas-fired heating appliance with electronic ignition: Starting up cycle.
Start
yes
1.03
One long 5 second beep, (possibly
preceded by 7 short beeps).
no
no
yes
1.02
Receiver
- Batteries missing or empty.
Replace by 4x AA.
After replacing batteries: short
beep. No beep: receiver defective.
Replace by new one.
- Replace rechargeables by alkaline
batteries.
- Communication code between
remote and receiver has to be
(re)set:
- Press reset button on receiver
until brief beep, followed by long
beep.
- Release reset button and press
‘flame low’ button on remote
within 20 seconds. Then 2 short
beeps and brief noise of
servomotor to confirm that
communication code was set
succesfully.
1.04 Controleer:
All appliances
- 8 wire cable between receiver
and gas control not connected,
poor contact or one wire loose
in connector (check by pulling
wire by wire).
- Wiring of thermocouple circuit
interrupted, or poor contact.
Check thermocouple,
thermocouple interrupter and
wiring.
Sie box 2.05.
- Microswitch on gascontrol
defective.
1.05
Short sound signals, 1 sec after
each other, followed by the
clicking noise of the gasvalve
opening.
yes
no
1.06
3 swift beeps 1 sec after each
other when motor turns or 3
brief short beeps within 1 sec
at end of ignition cycle.
Turn two pages backwards
and continue with box 2.01.
English
1.01
Does receiver beep?
yes
1.07
Replace batteries
Measure battery voltage:
<5.5V: replace preventative.
<4.8V: appliance works no
longer. Replace batteries.
Remote control
- Battery 9V empty (see indication
on display).
Several
- After switching off/going out the
remote set is locked for 120 sec.
(older versions 60 sec).
Wait 2 minutes before reigniting.
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Fires with electronic ignition, fault finding: Ignition and burning
Start
yes
2.01 Can pilot be lit?
2.06 Pilot can be lit.
Does it stay alight?
yes
2.08 Does main burner ignite
immediately?
yes
no
no
no
2.02 Sparking?
yes
2.03 Only one spark?
yes
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no
2.04 Check:
Receiver
-
Replace missing, weak or
rechargeable batteries (not
enough power to open
thermoelectric valve).
Presence of gas on pilot burner
Check pilot on presence of gas at
normal ignition cycle or in Manual
Mode (turn oval knob on gas control
to MAN and keep safety shut off
valve opened with a screwdriver) and
ignite pilot with a lighter.
-
Pilot flame not on: Step 1.
-
Pilot flame on: Step 2.
Step 1: Pilot has no gas
Check:
-
Gas tap open?
-
Gas at gas control (line
pressure at measuring point on
gas control).
-
Gas flowing out of gas control?
(by loosening pilot tube at gas
control).
If not: check adjustment screw
pilot flame (under black cover):
sealing not to be broken.
Sealing broken: screw should
be fully open.
-
Blocking of pilot tube (kink or
dirt).
-
If this does not help: replace
gas control.
Step 2: Pilot has gas, but no
ignition
-
Electrode with 90° bended tip:
bend tip 1 mm higher.
-
Spark too weak (thin and
reddish).
Act as if ‘no spark’ in box 2.05
and perform actions described
for ignition cable and ignition
electrode.
-
Pilot flame too weak (dirty).
Remove injector (remove
gland nut and the pilot tube).
See that it does not fall away.
Clean with compressed air.
Rectify. Retry.
2.03a
-
Loosen and retighten
earthing screw on gas
control.
-
If this does not work:
replace receiver.
2.05 Check:
Ignition cable
-
Present and connected.
-
Being free from metal parts or
concrete.
-
Too long: cut away all
excessive length at receiver
end, and reconnect.
-
Shorting out to earth: replace
ignition cable.
-
Spark in wrong position:
- slide rubber sleeve on
ignition cable over ceramic of
electrode.
-
Replace electrode if
neccessary.
Ignition electrode
-
Straight electrode:
- oxidation (roughen electrode
with file or sand paper);
- position (4 mm from pilot
burner).
-
Cracks in ceramic (not always
visible): replace electrode.
Starting procedure
After switching off/going out the
remote is locked for 120 sec. (older
versions 60 sec).
Wait 2 minutes before reigniting..
2.07 Pilot out when servomotor
starts
to run? Check the thermocouple
system.
-
Measure thermocouple
voltage in mV just after
servomotor starts to run and
the voltage goes down.
-
Measure between red dot on
receiver and earth point on
gas control (see Appendix 4,
Fig. 25).
- 0 mV
- 2-3 mV
- 3-5 mV
- 6 mV and higher
-
Requirement: after
rectification actions
thermocouple voltage should
be 6 mV at least, just after
motor starts running!
Voltage 0 mV
-
Thermocouple defective.
Check by replacing or
measuring voltage at end
whilst heating (tip: with a
lighter).
-
Short circuiting or
interruptions in circuit:
Check:
- thermocouple tight in
interruptor;
- interruptor tight in gas
control;
- black wires (yellow/red end)
connected to interruptor +
receiver;
- interruptor (mount
thermocouple directly in gas
control and ignite in Manual
Mode (see 2.04).
If pilot stays on: interruptor
defective.
Voltage 2-3 mV
-
Check pilot flame.
Too small:
- pilot dirty.
Clean up (see 2.04).
- check for pilot gas tube
tightness;
- pilot tube kinks or dirt inside;
- line pressure too low.
-
Tip: thermo couple not in
(correct!) pilot flame.
Bend into flame.
Voltage 3-5 mV
-
Appliance may work, but is
too critical.
Perform actions as described
for 2-3 mV.
Voltage 6 mV and higher
Voltage OK, so different cause.
-
Receiver defective. Check by
dismounting black-red and
yellow control cables from
receiver and link together.
Ignite fire in Manual Mode
(see 2.04). Pilot stays on:
receiver defective.
-
Gas control defective if
receiver is not defective.
Replace gas control.
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2.09 Ignition procedure
-
Oval knob on gas control is
on “MAN”. Set to “ON” and
restart.
Retarded ignition of main
burner(s)
Gas to main burner opens ca. 3-5
seconds after servo motor,
operating the gas valve, starts
running (sound of motor!). After
this the main burner is to ignite (at
least partially) within 10 seconds
and not with a firm noise WHOOF.
If not: no or delayed cross lighting
of main burner.
Hazardous situation.
Stop ignition procedure straight
away and first check for:
-
Position of logs or pebbles.
-
Burner holes (locally)
blocked.
Remove vermiculite dust.
-
Vermiculite missing.
-
Chips on burner.
-
Vermiculite not distributed
evenly across burner(s).
2.10 Do(es) main burner(s)
ignite smoothly and across
its/their full length after first
ignition by pilot burner?
no
2.11 No proper cross lighting
of main burner(s).
-
Go to box 2.09 and take
actions act as described
for ‘retarded ignition of
main burner’.
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2.12 Does main burner go out
after ‘some time’?
no
yes
2.13 Check
Gas supply
-
Supply pressure does not
drop away as main burner (or
other appliance) lights,
causing pilot flame to shorten.
-
Burner pressure (too high or
too low).
Flames instable (suffocating, lack
of air).
Dancing flames on burner.
Lack of combustion air. Check:
-
flue system permissible;
-
proper flue terminal used,
make should be ‘DRU’;
-
terminal correctly sited on
roof or wall relative to
obstructions;
-
integrity of flueing system (no
interruptions, not barred,
cobwebs);
-
air inlet guides;
-
flue restrictor/damper;
-
throttle rings.
See manual for specific
requirements.
Pilot burner
-
Pilot burner dirty. Weak pilot
flame being drawn away by
flames main burner.
Clean with compressed air.
See 2.04.
2.14 Is flame picture OK?
yes
no
2.15 Check
Flames: too low
-
Supply pressure does not
drop away as main burner or
other appliances in the
building light, causing flames
to shorten.
-
Burner pressure (too low).
-
False air: Check soundness
glass window gasket/
soundness of the connection
of the glass panes of
two/three sided appliances
(no slots allowed).
2.16 Can fire be switched off?
yes
2.18 Perfect!
You have a well functioning
fire
no
2.17 Replace gas control
(thermo-electric valve does not
shut down quick enough because
of some permanent magnetism).
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Flames: too high
-
Line pressure.
-
Burner pressure.
Flames: no even distribution or
out on part of the burner(s)
-
Position of logs or pebbles.
-
Burner holes (locally) blocked.
Remove vermiculite dust.
-
Vermiculite not distributed
evenly across burner(s).
-
Adjustment of throttle ring(s).
Flames: too blue/too yellow or
sooting
-
Air inlet guides.
-
Flue restrictor/damper.
-
Adjustment of throttle ring(s).
Flames: suffocating: lack of air
-
You see dancing flames on
burner, seeking for air. See
2.15.
Flame picture ‘restless’
Indication of too much draught.
Check:
-
adjustment of appliance
damper and air inlet guides);
-
vertical flue length allowed
(<12 m);
-
window glass not mounted
gas tight.
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Appendix 1Parts included with the delivery
In the following table you can find the parts that are supplied with the appliance.
Table 5: Parts included with the delivery
Part
Quantity
Wood set
1x
Installation manual
1x
User manual
1x
Setting template for baffle
1x
Baffle
1x
Air inlet guide
1x
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Spare parkers for mounting the front pane
Socket spanner
1x
Remote control with receiver
1x
9V block battery
1x
Penlite battery (AA type)
4x
Squeeze coupling 15 mm x G3/8”
1x
Appendix 2Technical data
In the following table you can find the technical data.
Table 6: Technical data
Type
C11/C31/C91
Type of gas
G20
Burner pressure
mbar
24.5
19.5
Nom. load (Hs)
kW
6.0
6.6
Nom. load (Hi)
kW
5.4
5.9
Nom. output
kW
4.2
4.5
Consumption
L/h
658
620
Burner injector
mm
front Ø 1.20
rear Ø 1.40
front Ø 1.20
rear Ø 1.40
Consumption on low output
L/h
380
355
Low setting injector
mm
Ø 1.60
Ø 1.60
Pilot flame injector
Code
51
51
2
2
Efficiency class
Appendix 3Parts
Parts can be ordered through www.druservice.nl
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Appendix 4 Figures
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1 - 4m
1x90°
38c-744f
max. 3m
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O
38C-2031/1
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38p-0182
38p-0179
Fig. 24
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5mV
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DRU Verwarming B.V.
The Netherlands
Postbus 1021, NL-6920 BA Duiven
Ratio 8, NL-6921 RW Duiven
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