opErAtIon on n.G./S.n.G.
This appliance is supplied for use with natural Gas.
However, it can be converted for use with LPG.
refer to LP conversion on page 24 & 25.
Supply pipe sizing
the total hourly gas consumption for the appliance is
shown on the data label. the required supply pressure
(i.e. at inlet to appliance regulator) for each gas type is
pressure and the supply requirements of other installed
appliances to determine a suitable pipe size.
for assistance in this matter refer to the appropriate
section of AS/nZS 5601.1 or AS/nZS 5601.2.
be used to connect the cooktop in accordance with
Where a hose assembly is used and the cooktop is in the
a point 800 – 850mm above the floor and in the region
outside the width of the appliance to a distance of 250mm.
the point of connection to consumer piping must be
accessible with appliance installed.
It is possible to reposition the elbow if required by
loosening the locking nut and elbow by using two
spanners. re-tighten the entire assembly after the elbow
NOTE TO INSTallEr: assembly of elbow to manifold
at rear of unit requires two spanners to secure locking
nut and ensure leak free connection. For this reason the
elbow is best secured onto cooktop manifold before
installing unit into benchtop.
An appliance regulator is provided. the regulator must be
positioned so that the pressure test nipple is accessible
when the appliance is installed.
Connect the gas supply to the ½" B.S.p. internal thread
inlet of the regulator. refer to 'bench cutout' (figure 6) for
connection point position.
the component maker for use with natural Gas.
the appliance installer is not required to make an
adjustment to obtain the correct outlet pressure setting.
An arrow on the base of the regulator indicates the
direction of gas flow when the inlet and outlet of the
regulator is orientated correctly. When the regulator has