Important: The oven outer panels must be removed to perform
the operations described in this chapter. Since the appliance
must be switched on to make certain adjustments, exercise the
utmost care when working in the vicinity of live electrical parts.
1. PLACE OF INSTALLATION
The necessity for a properly designed and installed ventilation
system cannot be over emphasized. The ventilation system will
allow the unit to function properly while removing unwanted vapors
and products of combustion from the operating area.
The appliance must be vented with a properly designed mechani-
cally driven exhaust hood. The hood should be sized to completely
cover the equipment plus an overhang of a least 6"/15.3cm on all
sides not adjacent to a wall. The capacity of the should be sized
appropriately along whit provisions for adequate makeup air.
Refer to your local ventilation codes. In the absence of local
codes, refer to the National ventilation code titled, "Standard
for the Installation of Equipment for the Removal of Smoke and
Grease Laden Vapors from Commercial Cooking Equipment",
NFPA-96- Latest Edition.
It is recommended that the ventilation system and duct work be che-
cked at prevailing intervals as speciﬁ ed by the hood manufactured.
• The appliance must only be installed in adequately ventilated
NOTICE: Proper ventilation is the owner's is responsibility. Any
problem due to improper ventilation will not be covered by the
1.2 REFERENCE STANDARDS
Note: The electric supply installation must satisfy the require-
ments of the appropriate statutory authority, such as the National
Electrical Code (NEC) ANSI/NFPA70, (U.S.A..): the Canadian
Electrical Code, CSA C22.2; or other applicable regulations.
Note: The electric supply connection must meet all national and
local electrical code requirements.
Note: The installation of this unit must conform to local codes
or, in the absence of local codes, to all National Codes governing
plumbing, sanitation, safety and good trade practices, and to the
National Gas Code ANSI Z223.1.
• Local codes regarding installation vary greatle from one area
to another. This equipment is to be installed to comply with the
applicable federal, state or local codes.
The installation instructions contained herein are for the use of
qualiﬁ ed installation and service personnel only. Installation or
service by other than qualiﬁ ed personnel may result in damage
to the appliance and/or injury to the operator.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH INSTALLATION INSTRUCTION
OR IMPROPER INSTALLATION WILL VOID WARRANTY AND
RESPONSIBLITIES OF THE MANUFACTURE.
The National Fire Protection Association, Inc states in its NFPA
96 latest edition that local codes are the "authority having jurisdic-
tion" when it comes to installation requirements for equipment.
Therefore, installations should comply with all local codes.
• Remove the appliance from the packaging and take away the
protective ﬁ lm that covers the appliance's external panels carefully
to avoid leaving any trace of glue. If necessary remove the glue
using an a non-corrosive solvent, rinsing it off and drying carefully.
• Dispose of packaging material in compliance with the regulations
in force in the country where the product is to be used.
II. INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.4 IMMEDIATELY INSPECT FOR SHIPPING DAMAGE
The container should be examined for damage before and during
unloading. The freight carrier has assumed responsibility for
its safe transit and delivery. If damaged equipment is received,
either apparent or concealed, a claim must be made with the
delivering carrier. Apparent damage or loss must be noted on
the freight bill at the time of delivery. The freight bill must then
be signed by the carrier representative (Driver). If the bill is not
signed, the carrier may refuse the claim. The supply can supply
the necessary forms. A request for inspection must be made to
the carrier within 15 days if there is concealed damage or loss
that is not apparent until after the equipment is uncrated. The
carrier should arrange an inspection. Be certain to hold all con-
tents plus all packing material. Under no circumstances should
a damaged appliance be returned to the manufacturer without
prior notice and written authorization.
• Refer to the installation diagrams at the beginning of this booklet
for the space requirements and connection dimensions of the
• Clearance of approximately 19"11/16 (500 mm) must be left
between the appliance's left side panel and adjacent structures in
order to provide space for maintenance operations when needed;
the right side panel and the rear panel of the appliance must be
at least 3"15/16 (100mm) from adjacent structures.
• Place the appliance in the required position and level the oven
with a slight pitch toward the rear to help drain water from chamber
using the appropriate bullet feet.
• The appliance is not suitable for built-in installation.
Warning: The oven must be installed on an even (level) non-
ﬂ ammable ﬂ ooring and any adjacent walls must be non-ﬂ ammable.
Recommended minimum clearance are speciﬁ ed in this manaul.
Make sure steam from the oven's drain or adjacent appliances
does not enter the aeration vents under the appliance, designed to
cool internal components located at the bottom of the appliance.
3. COMBUSTED GAS DISCHARGE
In relation to the combustion technology utilised, gas ﬁ red
convection ovens are classified in accordance with their
"Installation Type". For each of these types of appliances
applicable regulations stipulate a speciﬁ c type of combusted gas
Consequently, before installing the discharge system:
a choose the diagram with the type of installation among those
shown as follows (ﬁ g. 1a-1b-1c), depending on how you intend
to exhaust the appliance fumes from the place of installation
(e.g. discharge under extraction hood, direct to the outside, or
in a central ﬂ ue).