Construction, equipment installed and
Robust steel frame, with 4 legs (adjustable in height).
18/10 chrome-nickel steel outer panelling.
The tank is heated by stainless steel burners (4), resistant
to thermal stress and shock.
The pilot burner is fitted with fixed nozzles.
The combustion chamber and the flue pipes are in
electrogalvanised stainless steel plate.
The temperature is regulated by means of a thermostat,
which controls the ignition and turning off of the burners.
The appliance should be installed in a well ventilated
room, and if possible under a range hood.
The appliance can be installed on its own or alongside
If the appliance is to be installed near inflammable walls, a
minimum distance of 50 mm. around the sides and back
should be allowed.
Place table-top appliances on a table or shelf in flame-
proof material. Before connecting up the appliance to the
gas supply, check on the data plate that the appliance is
fitted for the type of gas available.
If not, consult paragraph "Running the appliance on other
types of gas", page 9.
Legal and technical requisites
During assembly, the following legal and technical
requisites should be adhered to:
- relevant national legislation;
- local building and fire safety regulations;
- worksheet "Technical rules for installing gas";
- worksheet "Technical rules for LP gas";
- worksheet "Gas installations in industrial kitchens";
- industrial injury legislation;
- local Gas Board regulations;
- current CEI regulations.
Assembly, installation and maintenance, i.e.: assembly,
connecting the gas supply, checking power rating, trans-
forming or adapting the appliance to run on other types of
gas, and commissioning, must all be done by contractors
authorised by the local Gas Board in accordance with
local and national legislation. Before doing anything else,
seek advice from your Gas Board.
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To level the appliance correctly, adjust the height of the
The R 3/4" gas off-take on the appliance can either be
permanently fixed to the mains or made detachable using
a standard gas tap.
If flexible hose is used, it must be in stainless steel and to
DIN 3383 part 1 or DIN 3384 standard.
After completing connection, check for leaks using a
special leak-detector spray.
Elimination of exhaust gas
The bratt pans with type B construction cannot operate
without a windproof device.
The exhaust gas connection should be carried out using
regulation pipes, in accordance with the procedures re-
quired by existing standards and any other regulations re-
lated to the location. The scavenging of the exhaust gases
a) by natural ascension to the exterior through a chimney
b) by mechanical extraction through a chimney on the ex-
terior or directly to the outside;
c) through suction hoods.
Before connecting the appliance to the mains, check that:
- The mains voltage corresponds to the values on
- The appliance is properly earthed;
- The cable is suitable for the power input.
In addition a tripping device with a contact cutoff of at
least 3 mm must be placed between the appliance and
the mains socket so that omnipolar disconnection is
possible. Safety contactors, for example, may be used for
The omnipolar switch must be near the appliance and
easily accessible. The power cable must be approved
and have a suitable cross section for the appliance.
It should be at least the type H07 RN-F.
Mount the windproof device
Position the part (A) on the
appliance and fix using the
Introduce the extension (B)
onto the header;
Position the part (C ) on the
wall (A) and fix everything
using the self-tapping
Mount the back (D) on the
part (A) and fasten.