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Clas ONE - Installation Manual

  • Text
  • Boiler
  • Heating
  • Flue
  • Appliance
  • Clas
  • Installation
  • Efficiency
  • Valve
  • Parameter
  • Maintenance
  • Install

OVERVIEW ATTENTION!! THE

OVERVIEW ATTENTION!! THE INSTALLATION AND FIRST IGNITION OF THE BOILER MUST BE PERFORMED BY GAS SAFE REGISTERED ENGINEER IN COMPLIANCE WITH GAS SAFETY (INSTILLATION & USE) REGULATIONS AND ALL OTHER NATIONAL REGULATIONS REGARDING INSTALLATION, AND IN CONFORMITY WITH ANY REQUIREMENTS ESTABLISHED BY LOCAL AUTHORITIES AND PUBLIC HEALTH ORGANISATIONS. AFTER THE BOILER HAS BEEN INSTALLED, THE INSTALLER MUST ENSURE THAT THE END USER RECEIVES THE DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY AND THE OPERATING MANUAL, AND SHOULD PROVIDE ALL NECESSARY INFORMATION AS TO HOW THE BOILER AND THE SAFETY DEVICES SHOULD BE HANDLED. Advice for the installer This appliance is designed to produce hot water for domestic use. It should be connected to a heating system and a distribution network for domestic hot water, both of which must be compatible with its performance and power levels. The use of the appliance for purposes other than those specified is strictly forbidden. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damage caused by improper, incorrect and unreasonable use of the appliance or by the failure to comply with the instructions given in this manual. Installation, maintenance and all other interventions must be carried out in full conformity with the governing legal regulations and the instructions provided by the manufacturer. Incorrect installation can harm persons, animals and possessions; the manufacturing company shall not be held responsible for any damage caused as a result. The boiler is delivered in a carton. Once you have removed all the packaging, make sure the appliance is intact and that no parts are missing. If this is not the case, please contact your supplier. Keep all packaging material (clips, plastic bags, polystyrene foam, etc.) out of reach of children as it may present a potential hazard. In the event of a fault and/or malfunction, turn the appliance off, turn off the gas cock and do not attempt to repair it yourself. Contact a qualified professional instead. Before any maintenance or repair work is performed on the boiler, make sure you have disconnected it from the electricity supply by switching the external bipolar switch to the “OFF” position and removing the fuse. All repairs, which should only be performed using original spare parts, should be carried out by a qualified professional. Failure to comply with the above instructions could compromise the safety of the appliance and invalidate all liability on the part of the manufacturer. In the event of any maintenance or other structural work in the immediate vicinity of the ducts or flue gas exhaust devices and their accessories, switch the appliance off by switching the external bipolar switch to the “OFF” position and shutting off the gas control valve. When the work has been completed, ask a qualified technician to check the efficiency of the ducting and the devices. Turn the boiler off and turn the external switch “OFF” to clean the exterior parts of the appliance. Clean using a cloth dampened with soapy water. Do not use aggressive detergents, insecticides or toxic products. If the appliance is used in full compliance with current legislation, it will operate in a safe, environmentally-friendly and cost-efficient manner. If using kits or optional extras, make sure they are authentic. CE labelling The CE mark guarantees that the appliance conforms to the following directives: - 2009/142/CEE relating to gas appliances - 2014/30/EU relating to electromagnetic compatibility - 92/42/CEE relating to energy efficiency - 2014/35/EU relating to electrical safety - 2009/125/CE Energy related Products - 813/2013 Commission regulation (EU) Symbols used on the data plate 1 9 10 11 3 8 6 4 7 MAX MIN 12 Q 14 P 13 60/80°C 15 19 Legend : 1. Brand 2. Manufacturer 3. Boiler model Serial number 4. Commercial reference 5. Certification number 6. Destination country Gas category 7. Gas setting 8. Installation type 9. Electrical data 10. Maximum domestic hot water pressure 11. Maximum heating pressure 12. Boiler type 13. NOx class / Efficiency 5 2 16 17 18 20 21 22 14. Input rating nominal heating 15. Power ouput heating 16. DHW specific flow rate 17. Boiler output efficiency 18. Input rating nominal DHW 19. Gases which may be used 20. Minimum ambient temperature for use 21. Max. central heating temperature 22. Max. domestic hot water temperature 4 /

OVERVIEW SAFETY REGULATION Key to symbols: Failure to comply with this warning implies the risk of personal injury, in some circumstances even fatal Failure to comply with this warning implies the risk of damage, in some circumstances even serious, to property, plants or animals. Install the appliance on a solid wall which is not subject to vibration. Noisy operation. When drilling holes in the wall for installation purposes, take care not to damage any electrical wiring or existing piping. Electrocution caused by contact with live wires. Explosions, fires or asphyxiation caused by gas leaking from damaged piping. Damage to existing installations. Flooding caused by water leaking from damaged piping. Perform all electrical connections using wires which have a suitable section. Fire caused by overheating due to electrical current passing through undersized cables. Protect all connection pipes and wires in order to prevent them from being damaged. Electrocution caused by contact with live wires. Explosions, fires or asphyxiation caused by gas leaking from damaged piping. Flooding caused by water leaking from damaged piping. Make sure the installation site and any systems to which the appliance must be connected comply with the applicable norms in force. Electrocution caused by contact with live wires which have been installed incorrectly. Damage to the appliance caused by improper operating conditions. Use suitable manual tools and equipment (make sure in particular that the tool is not worn out and that its handle is fixed properly); use them correctly and make sure they do not fall from a height. Replace them once you have finished using them. Personal injury from the falling splinters or fragments, inhalation of dust, shocks, cuts, pricks and abrasions. Damage to the appliance or surrounding objects caused by falling splinters, knocks and incisions. Use electrical equipment suitable for its intended use (in particular, make sure that the power supply cable and plug are intact and that the parts featuring rotary or reciprocating motions are fastened correctly); use this equipment correctly; do not obstruct passageways with the power supply cable, make sure no equipment could fall from a height. Disconnect it and replace it safely after use. Personal injury caused by falling splinters or fragments, inhalation of dust, knocks, cuts, puncture wounds, abrasions, noise and vibration. Damage to the appliance or surrounding objects caused by falling splinters, knocks and incisions. Make sure any portable ladders are positioned securely, that they are suitably strong and that the steps are intact and not slippery and do not wobble when someone climbs them. Ensure someone provides supervision at all times. Personal injury caused by falling from a height or cuts (stepladders shutting accidentally). Make sure any rolling ladders are positioned securely, that they are suitably strong, that the steps are intact and not slippery and that the ladders are fitted with handrails on either side of the ladder and parapets on the landing. Personal injury caused by falling from a height. During all work carried out at a certain height (generally with a difference in height of more than two metres), make sure that parapets are used to surround the work area or that individual harnesses are used to prevent falls. The space where any accidental fall may occur should be free from dangerous obstacles, and any impact upon falling should be cushioned by semi-rigid or deformable surfaces. Personal injury caused by falling from a height. Make sure the workplace has suitable hygiene and sanitary conditions in terms of lighting, ventilation and solidity of the structures. Personal injury caused by knocks, stumbling etc. Protect the appliance and all areas in the vicinity of the work place using suitable material. Damage to the appliance or surrounding objects caused by falling splinters, knocks and incisions. / 5