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Instructions for installation


General information

Requirements for installation

Wall height of at least 650 mm (only in special cases with a minimal

window-sill a lower wall height (> 625 mm) may suffice).

Inner leaf of cavity wall must be strong enough to support the

reclinable radiator.

Rigid and strong wall construction for attachment of the radiatorsupports.

No plumbing pipes or steel constructions in the wall where airducts

will be drilled.

The ClimaRad must be able to blow out air upward unhindered.

At lower wall heights the window-sill may not protrude beyond the

frontside of the ClimaRad ventilation-unit. Therefore the window-sill

may not be deeper than approx. 104 mm (measured from the inside

wall surface, see figure 1B).

The outer wall must be reachable to install and maintain the

external duct-grills.

Tools and fixing materials

ClimaRad drilling template.

Drill Ø 112 mm, heavy drill suited for the wall to be drilled

Stone/concrete drill bit Ø 6 mm.

Stone/concrete drill bit Ø 10 mm.

Levelling rod.Pencil.

Spanners 10 mm, 13 mm.

Extension set socket 10.

PUR-spray.

Battery-driven drill with bits.

Cross-head screwdriver.


Index:

Index

Step 1. Determining the position of the ClimaRad and connections

Step 2. Placing CH connectionpoints.

Step 3. Drilling holes in the cavity wall

Step 4. Wall transit and wallgrills

4-1. Bricksize: Inmetselen cassettehouder

4-2. Bricksize: Baksteen verwijderen

4-3. Build-up grill

Step 5. Placing wall-plates and radiator-supports

Step 6. Mounting the ClimaRad Ventilation-unit

Step 7. Placing and connecting the ClimaRad radiator

Step 8. Connecting the ClimaRad Master

Step 9. Closing and putting into use

Step 10. Master-Slave connections


Step 1. Decide position for ClimaRad and fixings

Fig 1A: ClimaRad drill template

D

Fig 1B: Vensterbank

The window-sill may not

exceed this line to guarantee

a good airflow

< 104

D

60°

>8

approx. 230

100

Fig 1C: Maesurements

window-sill

Ø112

levelling rod: horizontal

ca. 650

486

Table 1D: Position of ClimaRad connections

L = Radiatorlengte (mm)

X = CV-aanvoer (mm)

Y = CV-retour (mm)

1280**

580**

630**

D= distance between finished floor

and bottom of the window-sill

Radiatorhoogte

CH-connections can also be placed on the left side.

Please make sure that the wall power-outlet is not in the way.

1440

620

670

1600

700

750

D

(mm) (mm)

500 >625

600 >725

1760

780

830

486

1.1

Determine the position of the ClimaRad

using the ClimaRad drill template.

Mark the centre-cross on the wall with a

pencil (see figure 1A)

Note: the airflow opening above the

ClimaRad ventilation-unit must adhere to

figure 1B. For tandem: see 1E and 1F.

Note!

When connections are made on

the bottom

right, the radiator must be mounted 40 mm.

off-centre to the left.

When connections are made on the bottom

left, the radiator must be mounted 40 mm.

off-centre to the right.

1.2

Decide the position for the CH-connections

and the power socket. Use figure 1C and

table 1D to determine the measurements.

1.3

Install the power socket and the CHconnections

(see also Step 2).

1920

860

910

Y

Ø112

CH supply

2080

940

990

2240

1020

1070

50

2 x 1/2”

30

CH return

*Radiator length 1280 needs to be mounted asymmetrically. When connections are made on the bottom right, the radiator must be mounted 40 mm.

off-centre to the left. When connections are made on the bottom left, the radiator has to be mounted 40 mm. off-centre to the right.

Please keep in mind the available space to the walls.

at least 376

2400

1100

1150

>8mm

(see Fig.1B)

at least 451

at least 485

2720

1260

1310

3040

1420

1470


Figure 1E: Measures Tandem

window-sill

Radiatoren worden standaard voorzien van rechter onderaansluiting voorzien CH supply CH Return

Table 1F: Measures ClimaRad tandem

3040

2720

L = Radiatorlength (mm)

1640

1320

S =Stabmeasure (mm)

820

660

½S= half stabmeasure (mm)


Step 2. Installing CH-connections

Fig 2A: New houses (embedded plumbing)

ClimaRad air valve

screwfitting

plastic

euroconus

asbestos-free

IT-ring ¾

Fig 2C: Replacement (example of connecting to existing plumbing)

ClimaRad radiator

flexibele

tube

S R

2.1

Install the CH-connections. Choose 2A, 2B of

2C according to your needs.

OFig 2B: Replacement (using existing plumbing)

ClimaRad air valve

screwfitting

plastic

euroconus

asbestos-free

IT-ring ¾

floor

flexibele

tube

S = CH Supply

R = CH Return

Note:

ClimaRad radiators usually are connected on

the bottom right. If connection on the bottom

left is desired, this should be defined explicit

when the ClimaRad is ordered.


Step 3. Drilling the inner leaf of cavity wall

3A

3B

3C

3D

3E

2X

4X

2X

2X

2X

STOP

6X

STOP

3.1

Centre the ClimaRad drill template on the

centre-cross.

3.2

Mark the 2x4 holes on the wall with a pencil.

3.3

Take away the drill template and drill 2

Ø 6 mm. holes (depth aprox. 45 mm.)

3.4

Insert 2 plastic wall plugs and fix the drill

template on the wall using the supplied screws.

Note!

Never drill without a drill template!

Using the drill template will take care of drilling

the holes very accurately!

3.5

Use a professional diamond drill bit (Ø 112 mm)

to drill 2 holes in the inner leaf of the cavity wall.

Note! If desired, you should now complete the

stuccowork.

3.6

Drill another 4 holes of Ø 6 mm. with a depth

of aprox. 45 mm. through the drill template.

3.7

Drill 6 holes of Ø 10 mm. with a depth of aprox

65 mm. These holes are for the radiatorsupports.

Note!

Do not drill without the ClimaRad drill template

Do not drill into the outer leaf of the cavity wall.

3.8

Unscrew the drill template and remove it from

the wall.

!: If stuccowork still has to be done, then

temperarely close the airholes with two PVC

caps.

3.9

Place the remaining plastic plugs.


Step 4.Wall-transits and grills

.

Step 4-1.Brick-size: Bricking up the cassetteholder

4-1-A

4-1-B

WA

For the ClimaRad wall-transits there are 3 options:

4.1 Bricking-up the cassetteholder for brick-size wall-grill in the outer wall.

4.2 Removing the brick out of the outer wall, for the wall-transit

4.3 Drilling the holes for the wall-transit and finishing this with the build-up grill

Options are defined below.

Select the location of the cassetteholder

outer cavity wall inner cavity wall

2X

if necessary chissel out

when cleft is shallow

4-1.1

Place the cassetteholders with rubber walltransits

in the drilled holes in the inner wall.

Note!

Leave the polystyrene filling block in

the open space untill the cassette is placed.

4-1.2

Choose the cassetteholder-location (brick-size)

in the outer wall like this:

The cassetteholder is immured lower than the

centerline of the already drilled hole in the

inner wall (in connection with the drainage).

The cassetteholder must be placed horizontally

in the drilled hole as much as possible.

The cassetteholder front will be in line with the

brick-front.


4-1C

4-1D

4-1E

1

lekrand onder !

2X

4-1.3

Use mortar to position the casseteholder well.

Immure the cassetteholders at the chosen

spots in the outer wall.

4-1.4

Finish with mortar.

4-1.5

Remove the polystyrene block [1].

4-1.6

Place the cassette in the cassetteholder [2].

Pay attention that the dripping ledge is

positioned at the bottom!

4-1.7

In new houses, after the stuccowork the 6 and

10 mm. holes from step 3 have to be drilled

through the drilling template.

Take care that the Ø112 holes of the drilling

template are positioned centered to the Ø 112

mm. holes that already have been drilled in

the wall.


Stap 4-2. Brick-size grill: Removing the brick

4-2A

4-2B

4-2C

Select the bricks to be removed

outer leaf of cavity wall inner leaf of cavity wall

2X

Centre line of drilled hole

chisel off in case

of narrow cavity

2X

drill lenth > 300 mm

4-2.1

Select 2 bricks that can be best removed.

Follow these guidelines:

The brick to be romeved is a bit lower than

the centre line of the drilled hole (for

drainage).

Horizontally the brick to be removed lies

as much as possible in line with the drilled

hole.

4-2.2

Drill a hole through the selected bricks (to be

removed)

4-2.3

Remove the mortar around the selected

bricks by drilling multiple holes in the mortar.

4-2.4

Break away the remainder of the mortar with

a stone chisel and remove the loose bricks.


4-2D

4-2E

4-2F

1

2X

lekrand onder !

2X

2X

4-2.5

Insert rhe cassete-container with the flexible

rubber duct into the hole.

Note!

The dripping ledge must be on the bottom

side.

4-2.6

Use fillings to position the cassette-container

straight.

Seal the space around the cassette-container

with quick-drying PUR foam

4-2.7

After the foam has dried, remove excess

foam to a depth of aprox. 1-2 cm.

4-2.8

Point the joints.

4-2.9

Remove the polystyrene block [1]

4-2.10

Insert the cassette (with insect-screen) into

the cassete-container [2]

Note: the dripping ledge must be on the

bottom side!


Step 4-3. Build-up grill: drilling the outer leaf

4-3A

4-3B

2X

4-3C

4-3D

4-3E

1

2X

2

STOP

2X

2X

2X

4-3-1

Drill 2 holes into the outer leaf of the cavity

wall from inside. Use these rules:

The holes in the outer leaf must be a bit

lower than the holes in the inner leaf for

drainage.

Horizontally the holes in the outer leaf

must be in line with the holes in the inner

leaf as much as possible.

4-3.2

On the ouside wall, drill 2 holes of Ø 112

mm. Use the holes drilled from the inside as

guiding holes.

4-3.3

Place the flange onto the hole and press/

insert the flixible rubber duct through the

hole.

4-3.4

Use fillings to centre the wall flange.

4-3.5

Seal the space behind the wall flange with

quick-drying PUR-foam.

Note!

Make sure that the flange is positioned

against the wall and cannot be pressed into

the hole.

4-3.6

Attach the wall-grill on the flange.


Step 5. Attach wall plates and radiator mountings

5A

5B

5C

5D

3

5E

2X

2

1

loosen

5.1

Pull the flexible ducts through the holes into

the room.

5.2

Pull the rims of the flexible ducts around the

flanges of the wall-plate. Make sure the

ducts are firmly connected.

5.3

Carefully insert the flexible ducts back into

the holes while keeping them connected to

the wall plates. The ridges on the ducts will

seal off the holes in the wall.

5.4

Fasten the wall-plates to the wall with the

supplied screws. Holes for the screws have

already been drilled (see Step 3).

5.5

Pull back the arms of the radiator-supports

and keep them open by inserting a pin (or a

bolt) into the holes underneath. Make

sure the pins don’t stick out on the inside,

because the ventilation-unit will be fitted

inbetween.

5.6

Unscrew the two bolts of each radiatorsupport

a bit to loosen the clamp (spanner 10)

5.7

Fasten the radiator-supports on the wall

using the supplied wall-plugs and bolts

(spanner 13). Holes for these have already

been drilled (see Step 3).


Step 5. Attach wall plates and radiator mountings

5F

X

Table 5G: Dimensions extra consoles for long radiators

Radiatortype 11/22s 1920

Distance X (mm)

X

400

2080

480

5.8

For extreme long radiators, which need extra

holding frames, 2 extra consoles can be mounted

to the wall.

See table 5G for all dimensions to be used for

drilling the holes and fixing the extra consoles.

2240

560

2400

640

2720 3040

800 960


Step 6.Fitting the ClimaRad ventilation-unit

6A

6B

6C

6D

6E

lift here

2X

vastdraaien

2

1

2X

6.1

Take the ClimaRad ventilation-unit out of the

packaging and remove the metal hood.

Put the hood away in a safe place.

Note!

When multiple ClimaRads are installed in one

room, that will use only one Master control,

than you should take care that the Master and

Slave-units are placed on the right location.

6.2

Fit the ClimaRad ventilation-unit on the

radiator-supports behind the clamps.

Make sure the threaded pins on the wall

plates are inserted into the sesignated holes

in the back of the ClimaRad ventilation-unit.

6.4

Fasten the ventilation-unit to the wall-plates

with the supplied plastic screws.

6.5

Fixate the bottom of the ClimaRad

ventilation-unit by screwing the lower bolt

of each clamp (spanner 10).

6.6

Screw the two lids back onto the ClimaRad

ventilation-unit. [1].

6.7

Place the heat-reflective hood back onto the

ventilation-unit [2].


Stap 7. fitting the ClimaRad radiator

7A

7B

Centreer de radiator

op de ClimaRad

7C

7D

7E

fasten

2X

7.1

Mount the shut-down valve on the backside with

turnbuckle 3/4.

7.2

Connect the flexible tube on the shut-down

valve with turnbuckle 3/4.

7.3

Determine in which fins of the convectorplate

to insert the radiator-arms. Try to

centre the radiator with the ventilation-unit

as much as possible. See also figure 7D.

Note!

When using a 1280 mm. radiator, the radiator

needs to be placed 40 mm. off-centre towards

the CH-connections.

When the radiator is connected on the

right bottomside: 40 mm. to the left.

When the radiator is connected on the

left bottomside: 40 mm. to the right.

7.5

Fit the radiator onto the radiator-supports by

inserting the radiator-arms into the

convector-fins.

7.6

Tighten the bolt at the bottom of the radiatorarm

so that it’s clamped on the convector

fins.


7F

7G

7H

adjust

2X

turn adjustment bolt

out

turn adjustment bolt

in

messing euroconus

IT-ring

fasten

correct position

7.4

Remove the pins of the radiator-supports,

while keeping the radiator in its curent

(reclined) position

7.5

Carefully release the ClimaRad radiator to let

it stand in its default vertical position.

7.6

Align the ClimaRad radiator vertically by

turning the adjustment bolt (upper bolt in

the clamp).

(The gas springs in the radiator-supports

press against the adjustment bolts).

7.7

Connect the pipes at the bottom of the flexible

tubes to the bottom-connection of the

radiator, using turnbuckle 3/4.

(Don’t forget the IT-ring and euroconus).


Step 8. Connecting the Master-unit

8A

8B

8C

8D

8E

8.1

Take out the ClimaRad display and carry

the cable through the radiator-grill, abreast of

the electronicsbox in the ventilation-unit.

8.2

Carry the cable through the convector. Test

if the chosen position enables connection to

the ventilation-unit because the cable-length

is limited.

8.3

Mount the display at the indicated position.

8.4

Open up the electronicsbox by unscrewing the

screws.

8.5

Turn over the radiator, so you can reach the

electronicsbox.

8.6

Remove the electronicsbox-cover.

8.7

Pull the display-cable through the hole at the

right bottomside into the electronicabox.

8.8

Connect the display-connector with the 6pinned

contra-connectors in the electronicabox.

Note!

For connecting Slaves: see step 10


9A

9B

9C

9D

main switch

9.1

Close the electronicsbox by putting back

the cover.

9.2

Put the ClimaRad back in its vertical

position.

9.3

Close the electronicsbox by tightening the

screws.

Take care that no loose cables will get

clamped.

9.4

Lock the radiator by tightening the hexagon

socket head screws.

9.5

Check if there are no loose cables.

9.6

Check if the supplied document-holder has

been mounted on the radiator-cover.

9.7

Connect the power cable to the grounded

wall outlet. Switch on the ClimRad with the

main switch at the bottom of the electronicsbox.

The electronics of the Climarad ventilation-unit will now run a test-cycle, testing all

sensors and functions. If everything checks out, the Climarad will switch to its default

settings. In the default settings the ventilation is bases on an air quality with 1200 ppm

CO (see also the User’s Manual).

2

For setup and adjustment of the ventilation parameters of the ClimaRad control

software please refer to the separate software manual.


Step 10. Connecting Master and Slave units.

10A

10B

10C

10D

Master Slave 1 Slave 2

Slave 1

Master

10.1

If more Slave-units should be added to one

the Master-unit, than this can be realized by

connecting the ClimaRads mutually.

Max. 6 Slave-units can be connected to one

Master-unit.

Only if an extern CO2-sensor has been installed,

installation like this (slave to the left,

master to the right) is possible.

10.2

Open all electronics boxes of all slaves

(see step 8)

10.3

Determine the demanded cablelengths

between the electronics-boxes of the Master

and Slave-units.

Cut the 4-wired cables to the right length.

10.4

Insert the connectors into the appropriate

outlet of each unit.

(also see the Master/Slave sticker in the

electronics box.)

10.5 A

Connecting Master and final Slave-unit

One cable is connected to the connector.

Pull the cable through the hole on the right

bottom side into the electronics box.

Connect the male of the connector with the

cable, using the supplied female. Note that

the colours will be uninterrupted.


10E

10.5 B

Connecting the in-between Slave-units

Two cables have to be connected to the

connector.

Pull the cable through the hole on the right

bottom side into the electronics box.

Connect the male of the connector with the

cable, using the supplied female. Note that

the colours will be uninterrupted.

10.6

Close the master and slaves as described in step 9. Don’t forget to lock the radiators.

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