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COMMISSIONING & HANDOVER

COMMISSIONING & HANDOVER APPLIANCE CHECK Please check that all components are correctly assembled and working correctly. Ensure the Air Controls are working correctly. Hunter Stoves Group recommend that you carry out a smoke draw test to check the soundness of the chimney/flue system and seals: Place a Smoke Pellet in the centre of the Grate, ensure that all of the Air Controls are fully open and close the Door. The smoke should now be drawn up the chimney and you should be able to see it exit from the chimney/flue terminal. We recommend that you do this test with all of the windows and doors, to the room where the appliance is fitted, closed. If there any adjoining room(s) that have an Extractor Fan fitted, open the adjoining door to ensure that the chimney/flue system is not compromised when the fan is operating. If there is a ceiling fan fitted in the room, please operate it and ensure that it does not affect the operation of the chimney/flue system. If any of these tests fail, please re-check the suitability of the chimney/flue system together with the ventilation. A small fire can now be lit and allow the appliance to heat up slowly ensuring that no products of combustion enter into the room. Carry out a spillage test using a smoke match around the door opening. If there is excessive spillage, please allow the appliance to cool and then re-check the chimney/flue system and ventilation. Do not run the stove at full output for at least 24 hours. On completion of the commissioning: Upon completion, allow a suitable period of time for any fire cement and mortar to dry out. Do not run the stove at full output for at least 24 hours. Please instruct the user on the safe operation of this appliance, how the controls work and basic maintenance requirements. Ensure that the operating instructions and appliance tools are left with the customer and the check lists have been filled out correctly. Please advise the customer on the correct use of the appliance with the fuels likely to be used on the stove and warn them to use only the recommended fuels for the stove. Advise the user on what to do should smoke or fumes be emitted from the stove. The user should be warned to use a fireguard to BS 6539 in the presence of children, aged and/or infirm persons. Hunter Stoves Group also recommend that a CO alarm is fitted into the room where the appliance is located. FLUE DRAUGHT If the draught exceeds the recommended maximum, a draught stabiliser must be fitted so that the rate of burning can be controlled and to prevent over firing. If the reading is less than the recommended minimum, then the performance of the appliance will be compromised. The flue draught should be checked under fire at high output with windows and doors closed. To take the reading remove one of the coach bolts in the flue collar and put the probe in the hole. Minimum Draught – 1.2mm Water Gauge Maximum Draught – 2.5mm Water Gauge THE CLEAN AIR ACT 1993 AND SMOKE CONTROL AREAS Under the Clean Air Act 1993 local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of the authority to be a smoke control area. It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any fixed boiler if located in a designated smoke control area. It is also an offence to acquire an "unauthorised fuel" for use within a smoke control area unless it is used in an "exempt" appliance ("exempted" from the controls which generally apply in the smoke control area). The Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has powers under the Act to authorise smokeless fuels or exempt appliances for use in smoke control areas in England. In Scotland and Wales this power rests with Ministers in the devolved administrations for those countries. Separate legislation, the Clean Air (Northern Ireland) Order 1981, applies in Northern Ireland. Therefore, it is a requirement that fuels burnt or obtained for use in smoke control areas have been "authorised" in Regulations and that appliances used to burn solid 12

fuel in those areas (other than "authorised" fuels) have been exempted by an Order made and signed by the Secretary of State or Minister in the devolved administrations. Further information on the requirements of the Clean Air Act can be found here: http://smokecontrol.defra.gov.uk/ Your local authority is responsible for implementing the Clean Air Act 1993 including designation and supervision of smoke control areas and you can contact them for details of Clean Air Act requirements. Operating Instructions Read the ‘General Guidance’ Section at the start of these instructions before operating your stove for the first time. Allow sufficient clearance between the stove and pictures, plasma screen televisions or ornaments etc., as these could be damaged and could potentially create a fire hazard (For more information read the ‘Material Clearance’ section of these installation instructions). WARNING – This appliance will be hot when in operation and due care should be taken. The supplied operating tool or gloves may be used to open the door and operate the air controls. PLEASE NOTE Your Building Insurance Company may require you to inform them of this new installation and that the work has been carried out correctly. Please check your policy to ensure that it is still valid when this installation is complete. AIR CONTROLS This stove has been designed to burn far more efficiently than a traditional stove if used correctly, with the obvious notable feature of CLEAN GLASS. It is essential that the stove has an adequate air supply for combustion and ventilation. AIR CONTROLS The air intake into the stove is controlled by one push pull air control rod (A). Both Primary and Secondary are operated using this control rod. A) When the air control rod is pushed in fully then both the Primary and Secondary air intakes are in the closed position. USING THE APPLIANCE FOR THE FIRST TIME We recommend that the appliance is left for 24 hours after installation to allow the fire cement, fixing glues, etc. to cure. With the painted finish we recommend that you have two or three small fires before you operate your stove to its maximum heat output. This is to allow the paint to cure in steadily and to give a long service life of the paint finish. During this curing in process you may notice an unpleasant smell. It is non-toxic, but for your comfort we would suggest that during this period you leave all doors and windows open. AEROSOLS Do not use an aerosol spray on or near the stove when it is alight. 13

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