SIRIUS TRADITIONAL Clean Burn
INSTALLATION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
THE INSTALLATION AND SERVICING OF THIS APPLIANCE MUST BE SUPERVISED BY A
QUALIFIED SOLID FUEL ENGINEER. THE SUPPLIERS WILL ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILITY
WHATEVER FOR APPLIANCES NOT SO INSTALLED.
UK: The Solid Fuel Association, 7 Swanwick Court Alfreton Derbyshire DE55 7AS Tel:0845-601-4406 www.solidfuel.co.uk
THIS APPLIANCE BECOMES
AND CAN PRODUCE
A fire-guard should be used if children or the infirm are present. The
installer is required to EXACTLY follow these instructions and to
completely comply with all local, national and international standards.
Building rules and regulations for the UK, RoI and IoM can be found at
ASBESTOS: This product does not contain asbestos, but you should be
careful to avoid disturbing any asbestos when removing an old installation.
FIRE CEMENT is caustic - wash your hands thoroughly after using it.
WEIGHT Protect your spine by moving the stove only with assistance.
FUME EMISSION: Properly installed and operated this appliance will not
emit fumes into the dwelling. Occasional fumes from de-ashing and refuelling
may occur. However, persistent fume emission is potentially dangerous and
must not be tolerated. If fume emission persists, then the following immediate
action should be taken:
(a) open doors and windows to ventilate the room. (b) let the fire go out or
eject and safely dispose of fuel from the appliance. (c) check the flue or
chimney for blockage and clean if required. (d) do not attempt to re-light the
fire until the cause of the fume emission has been identified and corrected. If
necessary seek expert advice
BEFORE YOU BEGIN
YOUR CHIMNEY creates the draught which makes your stove work - it must:
Generate a draught in use of at least 12Pa (0.05ins wg)
Be capable of withstanding the temperatures generated.
Be incapable of leaking fumes into the dwelling
This will commonly be achieved by it:
Being at least 5m high.
Terminating at least 1m above any roof ridge.
Having an internal cross-section not less than 0.018m² (eg 150mm dia) and never more than 0.14m² (eg 375 x 375mm)
Being free from even the slightest crack or source of leakage.
Having no bends sharper than 45º.
Being entirely free of obstructions and swept by a qualified chimney sweep.
Being connected only to this one appliance.
Being of thick (150mm+) masonry or of proprietor twin-wall construction or otherwise adequately insulated.
Conforming to local building regulations.
Special rules apply where the flue passes through timber, thatch or other vulnerable materials- take specialist advice.
Twin-walled chimney options are available to suit houses without conventional chimneys.
INSTALLATION CLEARANCES The stove must be placed on a solid non-combustible hearth conforming to building regulations.
There must be no combustible material, including fuel, within: Rear 30cm, sides 30cm. When fitted with the underneath heat shields
supplied, or with the 'Europa' high-leg kit, the hearth temperature will not exceed 100ºC, and light duty hearth may be used. If the
Europa Hi-Leg unit is used as a log store, logs must not be placed higher than the central 'bridging' member.
LOAD BEARING This appliance is heavy - take care to ensure that the floor has adequate load-bearing capacity and consider fitting
a load distributing plate if necessary
SIRIUS TRADITIONAL Clean Burn Stoves may be used in smoke control areas strictly in accordance with these
instructions and with the Soliftec Smoke Advice Sheet No1 (www.soliftec.com/smokeadvice.htm), when burning:
UK: Untreated wood logs, natural anthracite or smokeless fuels (s21 of the Clean Air Act 1993)
RoI: Wood logs, smokeless fuels or peat briquettes, not petroleum coke (Control of Atmospheric Pollution Regulations, 1970)
CAST-IRON MULTI-FUEL STOVE
LEAVE THIS DOCUMENT WITH THE HOUSEHOLDER !
RoI: Irish Nationwide Fireplace Organisation, 162 Capel Street, Dublin 1 Tel:01-801-5959 www.fireplace.ie
document v177 of 16/02/2012 (Sirius Traditional)
A register of qualified engineers is available from:
EN 13240:2001+A2 2004
Independently tested in 2010 by SGS
Approved Laboratory No 0608
CO (at 13% O
Other fuels: Anthracite, peat and smokeless fuels
Harmonised Standards and are fit for sale. Signed on
behalf of the manufacturer by Glyn Hughes, Design
Engineer, at Winster, Derbyshire, England 4. Aug. 2014
Intermittent burning solid fuel roomheater for
installation with a single dedicated chimney
Minimum 12 Pa
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