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LEGAL REQUIREMENTS

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS Hunter Stoves Group requests that before installation and/or use of this appliance that you read these instructions carefully to ensure that all the relevant requirements are fully understood. These instructions cover the basic principles to ensure satisfactory installation of the stove, although detail may need slight modification to suit particular local site conditions. In all cases the installation must comply with current Building Regulations, Local Authority Byelaws, European and National Standards and other specifications or regulations as they affect the installation of the stove. It should be noted that the Building Regulations requirements may be met by adopting the relevant recommendations given in British Standards BS 8303, BS 6461 and BS 7566 as an alternative means to achieve an equivalent level of performance to that obtained following the guidance given in Approved Document J. Your local Building Control Officer can advise you regarding the interpretation of the Regulations should there be any questions. This appliance must be installed by a Registered Installer (see Competent Persons Scheme) or approved by your local Building Control Officer. All works undertaken must be carried out with due care and attention to meet the requirements of the Health & Safety code of practice and any other legislation that may have been introduced since the publication of these instructions. Competent Persons Scheme Members of the following schemes may self-certify the installation of this stove. If the installer is not a member of one of these schemes, your local Building Control Department must approve the installation. Scheme Web address Telephone APHC (Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (Certification) Limited Building Engineering Services Competence Accreditation (BESCA Limited) HETAS Ltd (Heating Equipment Testing and Approval Scheme) www.aphc.co.uk 02476 470 626 www.hvca.org.uk / www.besca.org.uk 0800 652 5533 www.hetas.co.uk 01462 634721 NAPIT Registration Ltd www.napit.org.uk 0870 444 1392 NICEIC Group Ltd www.niceic.org.uk 0800 013 0900 AIR SUPPLY The room or space containing this appliance does not need a permanent, unobstructed air opening unless the air permiambility rating is is less than or equal to 5m³/hour/m² . If a draught stabiliser is fitted, the air opening should be at least 1470mm². Due consideration should be given to air requirements for any other appliance in the same room or space. Any air opening must be kept clear from blockage or obstruction. HEARTH/ MATERIAL CLEARANCES Hearth constructions must comply with the current building regulations. Your stove must be installed on a floor with adequate load-bearing capacity, otherwise suitable measures should be taken. If the existing construction does not meet this prerequisite, suitable measures (e.g. load distributing plate). Care should be taken to level the stove using the adjusting screws in the feet. MATERIAL CLEARANCES COMBUSTIBLE MATERIAL Minimum Distances to Combustible Material ASPECT 4 ASPECT 4 COMPACT ASPECT 5 ASPECT 5 COMPACT Behind 200mm 100mm 200mm 200mm the stove At the 600mm 500mm 600mm 550mm side of the stove In front of the stove 900mm 900mm 900mm 900mm **Note: To achieve the specified distances to combustible materials, twin-wall insulated flue pipe must be used, starting no higher than 95mm above the stove. The optional rear and upper heat shields must be fitted to achieve these distances. The standard clearance without these would revert to 900mm. Combustible material refers to any material that will degrade when subjected to heat e.g. plaster. 10

TOP HEAT SHIELD REAR AND TOP HEAT SHIELD NON COMBUSTIBLE -FIREPLACE RECESS Plan view: Both the optional top and rear heat shields must be fitted to this stove when installing to combustible material. Top Heat Shield 4s – ECIC04047 5s – ECIC04045 Rear Heat Shield 4s – ECIC05031 5s – ECIC05030 50 mm The stove can be recessed in a suitable sized fireplace but a permanent free air gap of at least 150mm on top and 50mm (although we recommend 150mm) around the sides and 50mm at the back of the stove to obtain maximum heat output and for access to the rear of the stove. The hearth should extend at least 300 mm from the front of the stove. The stove should stand wholly above a solid, non-combustible hearth, at least 125 mm thick (this may include the thickness of a solid floor or a non-combustible decorative hearth. NON COMBUSTIBLE – FREE STANDING Plan view: Side view: Change in level to mark safe perimeter 150 mm 500 mm from jamb 300 mm Side view: Combustible material 125mm Non Combustible 150mm If the stove is not to stand in a recess, it may stand wholly above a hearth made of non-combustible board / sheet material or tiles, at least 12mm thick. The hearth should extend at least 150 mm from the sides and rear of the stove, and at least 300 mm from the front of the stove (350mm recommended). All walls shown in the above diagrams are noncombustible unless otherwise indicated. All noncombustible walls closer than 300mm to the stove should be at least 75mm thick. 11

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