Instructions pour l`utilisateur


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Instructions for the installer

3.7 Gas connection

The appliance's setting conditions are stated on the plate on the back of the appliance.

Gas-powered devices for home use, which are not connected to a conduit for the evacuation of combustion products, must not cause a concentration of carbon monoxide that could pose a health risk to the persons exposed in relation to the time of exposure.

We recommend checking that the appliance is properly set up for the type of gas distributed. The connection to the gas pipes must be made in a workmanlike manner, in compliance with current standards that prescribe the installation of a safety tap at the end of the pipe. The threaded ½" gas connection pipe is located at the rear on the right hand side of the appliance.

We recommend checking that the appliance is properly set up for the type of gas distributed. The connection to the gas pipes must be made in a workmanlike manner, in compliance with current standards that prescribe the installation of a safety tap at the end of the pipe. The Gas Connection is male ½" BSP and is situated at the left hand, top rear of the appliance,

74mm from the side and 700mm from the floor (cookers) or 25mm from the underside (cooktops). The appliance is factory set for Natural gas. The test point pressure should be adjusted to 1.00kPa with the Wok and Semi-Rapid burners operating at maximum on 120cm models and the Wok burner operating at maximum on 90cm models.

For butane and propane

, a pressure reducer conforming to standards regulations in force should be prepared. The seals must conform to standards regulations in force.

Once the gas has been connected, check the seal of the unions with a soap and water solution.

For propane

a pressure regulator set to provide a supply pressure of 2.75kPa conforming to standards regulations in force should be fitted. The seals must conform to standards regulations in force. Fit the test point assembly supplied with the appliance to the gas connection when installing for use with Propane Gas. Once the gas has been connected, check the seal of the unions with a soap and water solution.

It is possible to connect the gas in the following ways:

• using iron or copper rigid pipe as specified in AS5601 table 3.1; using a Plumbezy flexible hose, AGA approval number 6196, 10mm ID, class D and between

1-1.2m long in accordance with AG601 for a "high level connection". For cookers supplied with a flexible hose the restraining chain fitted to the rear of the cooker must be fixed to the wall as follows.

1. Supply fixing points on either side of the cooker (vertically in line with the chains attached) at approxiametely 100mm above floor level.

2. Firmly secure the chains at these points.

3. Supply similar fixing points at approxiametely 700mm above floor level using open hooks.

4. Loop the chains over these hooks to prevent the cooker from accidentally tilting.

5. Removing the chains from the hooks enables the cooker to be pulled out for service. Ensure that the chains prevent stress on the hose assembly while the cooker is in this position.

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It is possible to connect the gas in the following ways:

• using iron or copper rigid pipe; using uninterrupted stainless steel flexible pipe with a mechanical fitting conforming to standards regulations in force (maximum length of extended pipe 2000 mm). The pipe should be connected straight to the elbow of the ramp;

• by inserting a flexible rubber pipe conforming to standards regulations in force. This pipe should be coupled straight to the rubber-holder P corresponding to the gas used, and locked with a clamp F conforming to standards regulations in force. In the latter case, check the expiry date printed on the pipe and replace it before that date.

LPG NATURAL GAS

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Using flexible rubber pipes with a max. length of 1500 mm:

• do not allow the pipes to be constricted or crushed;

• pipes must not be subject to tractive force or torsional stress;

• do not allow the pipes to come into contact with cutting or sharp edges, etc...

• do not allow the pipes to come into contact with parts that can reach temperatures of 70°C above room temperature;

• make sure the entire length of the pipes can be inspected;

• do not use the Natural Gas Regulator supplied with the appliance for Propane Gas.

The unit must be coated in heat-resistant material

(minimum 90°C). If the appliance is installed close to other units, the minimum space suggested in the following diagram must be left.

Any adjoining wall surface situated within 200mm from the edge of any hob burner must be a suitable non-combustible material for a height of 150mm for the entire length of the hob. Any combustible construction above the hotplate must be at least 600mm above the top of the burner and no construction shall be within 450mm above the top of the burner.

Where the distance from the edge of any burner to a horizontal surface is less than 200mm, the surface must be either: 10mm (min) below the level of the hob, or have the vertical component of the surface suitably covered with a non-combustible material as specified in AS 5601 - AG 601.

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