Installation instruction

Installation
instruction
Ci50
www.contura.eu
GB
82
CERTIFICATE
Declaration of performance according
to Regulation (EU) 305/2011
No. Ci50-CPR-150821-SE-2
PRODUCT
Product type
Type designation
Manufacturing number
Intended area of use
Fuel
MANUFACTURER
Name
Address
CHECKS
According to AVCP
European standard
Test institute
Insert lit with solid biofuels
Contura i50
See rating plate on the insert
Heating of rooms in residential buildings
Wood
NIBE AB / Contura
Box 134, Skulptörvägen 10
SE-285 23 Markaryd, Sweden
System 3
EN 13229:2001/AC:2006, EN-13229:2001/A2:2004/AC:2007
Rein-Ruhr Feuerstätten Prüfstelle, NB 1625,
has checked declared performance and issued test report no. RRF-29 15 4067
DECLARED PERFORMANCE
Essential characteristics
Performance
Reaction to fire
A1 WT
Minimum distance to combustible material
Rear: 150 mm
Side: 700 mm
Follow the given conditions in the installation
instructions.
Risk of falling embers
Pass
Emissions from combustion
CO
NOx
OGC
PM
Surface temperatures
Pass
Cleaning options
Pass
Mechanical durability
Pass
Emissions of hazardous substances
Pass
Nominal output
8,0 kW
Efficiency
80%
Flue gas temperature in connector at nominal
output
334°C
0,08%
96 mg/m3
69 mg/m3
23 mg/m3
The undersigned is responsible for the manufacture and conformity with the declared performance.
Niklas Gunnarsson, Business area manager NIBE STOVES
Markaryd, August 21, 2015
Harmonised technical
specification
EN 13229:2001/AC:2006,
EN-13229:2001/A2:2004/AC:2007
GB
CONTENTS
A warm welcome to Contura.
A warm welcome to the Contura family. We hope you
will get a great deal of pleasure from your new insert.
As a new owner of a Contura insert, you have secured
a product with timeless design and long service life.
Contura also has a combustion process that is both
environmentally friendly and efficient, for the best heat
production.
Read through these installation instructions carefully
before installation. Read how to best light your stove in
the lighting instructions.
List of Contents
Technical specifications84
Important dimensions85
Prior to installation85
For installation in the UK and in smoke control areas
88
Installation94
Chimney95
Recessing the insert97
Recess example98
NOTE:
WARNING!
Report the installation of a stove to your
local authority.
The insert becomes very hot
The owner of the house is personally responsible
for ensuring compliance with the mandatory safety
requirements and must have the installation approved by
a qualified inspector. Your local chimney sweep must also
be informed about the installation as this will affect the
routines for regular chimney-sweeping services.
During operation, certain surfaces of the insert become
very hot and can cause burn injuries if touched. Also,
take heed of the strong heat radiated through the door
glass. Placing flammable material closer than the safe
distance indicated may cause a fire. Smoulder combustion
can cause quick gas ignition with the risk of damage to
property and personal injury.
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GB
84
FACTS
Technical
specifications
General
Floor plate
Weight (kg)
160 (with Thermotte)
130 (without Thermotte)
Width (mm)
765
Depth (mm)
485
Height (mm) 1465
This manual contains instructions about
how to assemble and install the Contura
i50. To ensure the function and safety of
the insert, we recommend that installation
is carried out by an authorised technician.
Our Contura agents can recommend a
suitable installer; information regarding
our agents is available at www.contura.eu
Instructions for lighting are also supplied
with the insert. Read them carefully and
keep them safe for future use.
If the floor under the stove is flammable,
it must be protected by a non-flammable
material e.g. natural stone, concrete or
at least 0.7 mm thick metal. The floor
in front of the hearth opening must be
protected against any falling embers
using non-flammable material that covers
an area at least 300 mm all around. A
toughened glass hearth plate is available as
an accessory.
Connector diameter Ø150 mm ext.
Structural support
Modeli50
Output
6-11 kW
Nominal output
8 kW
Efficiency80%
Check that floor joists have the sufficient
load capacity for the insert, chimney and
construction parts that are used when
recessing.
Application to local authority
Before installing a stove or erecting a
chimney, it is necessary for you to make
an application for permission to your
local authority. Ask your local authority
for advice regarding regulations and the
application.
Strålningsplåt
Heat
deflector
Diffuser
Diffusor
Motvikt weight
Counter
Smoke
shelf
Rökhylla
Roster
Grate
Hearth cladding
Eldstadsbeklädnad
Damper
Spjäll
Justerbarafeet
fötter
Adjustable
Asklåda
Ash-pan
Typskylt
Type
plate
Connector
Anslutningsstos
Bottenisolering
Bottom
insulation
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IMPORTANT DIMENSIONS / PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Important dimensions
C i50
485
420
Opening sidelights
Air Inlet
Ø100 Ø100
Tilluftsstos
345
95
Prior to installation
35±10
240
Adjustable fot
foot
Justerbar
140
420
270
970
670
1220
190
390
1465
765
70
260
85
GB
86
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Remove the loose parts from the firebox.
The insert is secured to the pallet by the
two rails, remove the screws and remove
the angle brackets. Reinstall the screws
on the legs before moving the insert
from the pallet.
3 mm
10 mm
GB
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
!
Check wire routing and remove
the transport locking devices!
10 mm
87
GB
88
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Function check
Perform a function check on the Insert as follows:
Use the adjustable feet to level the insert. Check that
the door can be opened and closed.
Check that the damper knob can be moved back and
forth to the max and min marks.
!
The door runners are lubricated at the factory, with
special grease that can withstand high temperatures.
This type of grease is usually difficult to find on the
market and we recommend contacting a Contura
dealer to order this special grease when lubricating
the runners.
For installation in the UK and in
smoke control areas
Mandatory for smoke control areas
The Contura i50 and i51, 8 kW woodburning stoves has been
recommended as suitable for use in smoke control areas. This
when burning wood logs and operated in accordance with these
instructions and when fitted with a permanent stop to prevent
closure of primary air control beyond the 52 mm² open position,
secondary air control beyond the 500 mm² open position and the
tertiary air control beyond the 215 mm² open position.
The permanent stop must be installed if the appliance is to be
used in a smoke control area, this stop must not be removed in
smoke control areas, otherwise an offence will be committed if
the appliance is used without the permanent stop in place.
GB
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Installing heat deflector
PH2
10
10 mm
89
.7
No
10
ME
RO
CH
DIUM
NA
VA
GB
90
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
Installing the firebox cladding
1
2
3
4
GB
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
5
6
7
8
91
GB
92
PRIOR TO INSTALLATION
9
10
11
GB
OPTION
Installing Powerstone
Option
!
Install the Powerstone blocks as
illustrated.
• With combustion air hose as option –
now install according to separate instructions.
• With recessing frame as option –
now install according to separate instructions.
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GB
94
INSTALLATION
Installation
Ensure that the installation meets national and regional
regulations. The installation must be approved by an authorized
inspection body.
Supply of combustion air must be provided. Combustion air can
be provided directly via a duct from outside, or indirectly via a
vent in the outer wall of the room where the stove is placed. The
amount of combustion air that is used for combustion is approx.
25 m3/h.
Some installation alternatives are shown below. The air duct
connection on the stove has an external diameter of Ø100 mm.
!
Turn the connector to ensure an air supply!
In hot areas, the duct should be insulated with 30 mm mineral
wool covered with a moisture inhibitor (aluminium tape). It is
important that the lead-in, between the pipe and the wall (or
floor), is sealed using jointing compound.
A 1 m length of condensation-insulated ducting for combustion
air is available as an accessory.
HK
HK
HK
HK
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CHIMNEY / SELF-CLOSING DOOR
Chimney
The insert is approved and must be connected to a chimney
dimensioned for at least 350°C, the external connection diameter
is Ø150 mm.
The insert requires a draft in the chimney of at least –12 Pa. The
draft is affected both by the length and area of the chimney,
and by how well sealed it is. Carefully check that the chimney is
sealed and that there is no leakage around soot hatches and flue
connections.
Note that a flue with sharp bends and horizontal routing reduces
the draught in the chimney. The maximum horizontal flue is 1 m,
on the condition that the vertical flue length is at least 5 m. It
must be possible to sweep the full length of the flue and the soot
hatches must be easily accessible.
If two fireplaces are connected to the same chimney flue, the
stove must be equipped with self-closing door.
Rearward connection
For the rearward connection it is recommended to
use a 45°+45° angle with soot hatch and with the
centre 235 mm above the connector.
235
It is important that sweeping can be carried
out through convection grates or a hatch in the
surround.
Self-closing door
(ONLY APPLIES TO GERMANY)
The insert can be supplied with a self-closing door. Fold out the three tabs
on the counterweight pack. Lift out the two weights that are positioned
slightly higher up. Remove the two side panels and install the two panels
enclosed instead, see images on the next page. Check the function, if
necessary further weight can be removed. Fold in the three tabs again to
keep the counterweights in place.
1
2
95
GB
96
SELF-CLOSING DOOR
3
B
A
B
4
A
5
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RECESSING THE INSERT
Recessing the insert
When recessing the insert, adjacent walls that are not classed
as fire walls or are considered unsuitable for heat loads must
be protected by non-combustible material according to the
specification below.
All joints on the non-combustible material must be sealed using
the manufacture’s recommended method. The area between
the insert and the recess must be ventilated according to the
specification/dimension diagrams on page 99.
When connecting a steel flue, please refer to the particular
manufacturer's installation instructions. Observe the safety
distance to combustible material required by the steel flue Heat
radiation from the door is strong and because of this combustible
material must not be placed closer than 1.5 m in front of the door.
When recessing, building material must not be in direct contact
with the insert due to the thermal expansion of the insert.
Note that building regulations apply regarding the area below and
in front of the insert, see section ”Hearth plate”.
Material requirements
The building material must not be combustible.
The thermal conductivity coefficient λ must be a maximum of
0.14 W/mK.
The thickness of the building material must always be at least
100 mm.
In cases where the building material’s insulation properties
are given as a U-Value, this must be a maximum of 1.4 W/ m²K.
List of suitable materials:
Aerated concrete λ =0.12-0.14
Vermiculite
λ =0.12-0.14
λ = 0.09
Calcium silicate
Sealing
The recess must not go all the way up to the ceiling, leave an air
gap of at least 20 mm closest to the ceiling. The recess must be
sealed off above the convection exhaust. The seal must be 100
mm above the convection exhaust’s upper edge and must be made
of 100 mm non-flammable material according to the material
requirements above. Use heat-resistant silicone, for example,
between the seal and chimney.
Convection air
The convection air ventilates the surround, cools the insert and
transports the hot air out into the room. The effective cross
section area on the air intake and exhaust must not be less than
the stated values. The air intake must be positioned somewhere
between floor level and the bottom of the insert, at the front or
on the sides of the recess. The vent must be positioned above the
insert’s highest point at the front or to the sides of the recess.
If the air intake respectively the vent is positioned on the sides,
the areas for the left respectively right sides must be the same
size to ensure that the insert is evenly cooled.
The distance from the exhausts on the sides to the combustible
wall behind must be 100 mm.
Observe the minimum distance up to the ceiling (see diagram on
page 99).
Service
!
Access to the damper and counterweight must be ensured via
doors or ventilation grilles in the surround.
Convection air in: 600 cm²
Convection air out: 600 cm²
If the convection outlets are directed upwards the following
applies
- the recess must be free-standing or placed against a
non-combustible wall.
- the distance from the air outlet to combustible roof must be at
least 750 mm.
97
100
100
Wall of non-combustible material that
is not in contact with combustible
material and therefore has no minimum
thickness requirement.
Wall of combustible material
600
100
max 100
100
The dimensions are the
minimum dimensions,
unless otherwise stated.
20
550
!
500
Area in min. 600 cm2
Area ut min. 600 cm2
Recess example
20
RECESSING THE INSERT
20
Chimney breast
Wall of non-combustible material, made
of 100 mm aerated concrete in the
recess example.
100
(I 20 min 2300)
275
50
100*
* The distance from the exhausts on the sides to the combustible wall behind must be 100 mm.
Final inspection of the installation
It is extremely important that the installation is inspected by an authorised inspection body
before the stove is used. Also read the "Lighting instructions" before lighting for the first time.
100
100
700
500
175
100*
50
100
(I 10 min 2100)
98
100
GB
GB
RECESSING THE INSERT
340
550
Max
Max100
100
550
20
100
Max 100
Sealing
Avtätning
2 2
Area
outut
600
cmcm
Area
600
2 2
AreaArea
out ut
600
cmcm
600
Area
in 600
cm2cm2
Area
in 600
AreaArea
in 600
cm2 cm2
in 600
50
100
50
550
750
Max
Max100
100
100
2 2
Area
outut
600
cmcm
Area
600
2 2
Area
outut
600
cmcm
Area
600
AreaArea
in 600
cm2 cm2
in 600
AreaArea
in 600
cm2cm2
in 600
50
50
100
Can be excluded if the chimney breast
behind is approved and meets full
safety requirements according to the
authorized inspection body.
100
!
Always observe the safety
distances to combustible
material required by a steel
flue
!
The dimensions are the
minimum dimensions, unless
otherwise stated.
99
NIBE AB · Box 134 · 285 23 · Markaryd · Sweden
www.contura.eu
811267 IAV SE-EX Ci50-6
2017-05-17
Contura reserves the right to change dimensions and
procedures described in these instructions at any
time without special notice. The current edition can be
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