AEG Royal Belmont G20, Royal Belmont G20 User Manual

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This Royal Cozy Fires Inset Live Fuel Effect gas fire has been developed to give a realistic coal burning appearance with the instant control and convenience of gas. The fire has been constructed to enable it to be installed into most applications where the warmth and comfort of an open fire with high radiant and convection heat is required. The coal bed uses ceramic simulated ‘coals’ and is to give a realistic appearance and to allow secondary air to be entrained into the bed to ensure clean combustion. An aerated twin ported steel burner is used, running parallel across the front of the fire combined with a single gas control with a variable high / low setting. This is fitted with a Flame Supervision Device (FSD) to ensure that should the pilot flame be extinguished for any reason, (including turning off the appliance), the gas supply to the burner is cut off until a full lighting sequence is repeated. A separate Piezo igniter is used to ignite an oxy-pilot sensor (ODS), this will cause the appliance to ‘shut off’ in the event of the flame extinguishing and also in the event of continued spillage occurring under hazardous or blocked flue conditions. The fire bed consists of ceramic fibre components and coals, all are removable for cleaning purposes when required. It is important when relaying the coal bed and coals to follow the instructions correctly.

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This appliance has been designed and manufactured to the requirements of the British Standards Institution BS 5258 Part 16 1990 and is for use on Natural Gas Only.

All gas appliances must be installed by a competent person in accordance with the current Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994 (as amended) or the rules in force and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions, failure to do so could lead to prosecution.

The chimney or flue (unless new) must be swept before installation. It is recommended that the appliance is serviced annually by a competent person and the flue checked for satisfactory clearance of products and that there is no excessive build up of soot. The curing effect of heating the coals will cause an initial odour which, although not harmful, may require additional ventilation until the odour has disappeared.

The appliance has a naked flame, a fireguard conforming to BS 6539 or BS 6778 should be used for the protection of the very young, elderly and infirm. Combustible materials should not be put on or left in the hearth nor should the coal bed be used to burn rubbish or other materials.

Care must be taken on the selection of wall coverings within close proximity of the fire as some vinyl and embossed materials may be become discoloured by convection heat. Soft furnishings must be kept clear from the radiant heat of the fire and from impinging the hearth area. The hearth must not be covered by any combustible materials such as carpets etc.

This product uses fuel effect pieces, gaskets and insulation material containing Refractory Ceramic Fibre (RCF), which are man-made vitreous silicate fibres. Excessive exposure to these materials may cause temporary irritation to eyes, skin and respiratory tract, consequently, it makes sense to take care when handling these articles to ensure that the release of dust is kept to a minimum.

This fire will run for 5.4 hours on one therm of gas with the gas control on the high setting.

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1.Remove the fret by lifting upwards (controls cover).

2.Press and turn the gas control until the indicator mark is opposite to IGN keeping the control fully depressed. Press and release the ignition button. Check that the pilot flame has lit at all ports. Keep the gas control depressed for a further 20 seconds. Release the gas control and check the pilot remains alight.

3.Depress the gas control slightly and turn fully anti-clockwise until the indicator is opposite the small flame symbol. The burner will now ignite from the pilot assembly and run at the low rate.

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4.Depress the gas control slightly and turn clockwise until the indicator mark is opposite to the large flame symbol. The burner will now run at its maximum rate.

5.To turn the appliance ‘off’, return the control to the ‘off’ position.

6.If for any reason the fire cuts out, return the control knob to the ‘off’ position and wait 3 minutes before relighting.

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Allow the appliance to cool sufficiently before removing all of the coals and firebed components for cleaning purposes. Once all the ceramics are removed from the firebed check that no debris is located in the burner slots (both front and rear). If any debris is present it may easily be removed by using a small piece of thin cardboard to ease out any foreign matter. Be sure to remove the cardboard after use. Should any soot accumulation become excessive, the fuel effect pieces should be removed from the fire for cleaning. Cleaning should be carried out in a well-ventilated area or in the open air, by gently brushing with the pieces held away from your face so that you avoid inhaling the dust. We do not recommend the use of a normal domestic vacuum cleaner, which may blow dust back into the air. Any sooty deposit on the thermocouple probe can be cleaned off using a non-fluffy cloth.

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1.Locate the fibre back/side cheeks in position.

2.Place the coal support shelf on the stainless steel channel, (the machined groove on the underside of the shelf is located on the rear flange of the channel), two additional location dowels are fitted to prevent the shelf being incorrectly placed.

3.Place the two shaped burner inserts in channel between the two burner flame ports, (check that a minimum gap of approx. 6mm is maintained between the rear of the burner insert and the front edge of the coal support shelf).

4.Position the front simulated coal on the shelf provided above the control facia panel.

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Position 3 large coals, 2 triangular and 4 large coals on edge (straddle the gaps of the coal support shelf and run the strata front to rear) as the first layer (fig. 21). Place 4 medium as a second layer sitting on the gaps of the front coals and resting against the rear coals.(fig 22). Finally place the remaining 5 small coals as shown in fig 23. Small adjustments to the coal layout may be made to give the best visual appearance however, additional coals must not be used. If any fibre component is lost or broken the appliance must not be used until a replacement is obtained.


Additional purpose built ventilation is not required for this appliance in GB only, for Ireland (IE) ventilation is required with a minimal cross sectional area of 100 sq. CMS and should be checked regularly to ensure that it is free from obstruction.

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Minimum clearance required to any combustible material to the side of the appliance must be 150mm.

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Minimum clearance to the underside of a 150mm deep combustible shelf from the hearth must be 833mm. Add 12.5mm to this clearance for every 25mm increase in depth of shelf.

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All gas appliances must be installed by a competent person in accordance with the current Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1994 (as amended) or the rules in force and in accordance with the manufacturers instructions, failure to do so could lead to prosecution

The following are the relevant Codes of Practice and British Standards.

BS 8303 1986

BS 5440 Pt1 1990 & Pt2 1989The Building Regulations issued by the

BS1251 1987

BS 5871 Pt2 1991 & Pt3 1991Department of the Environment. The

BS 6891 1988

BS 6461 Pt1 1984

Building Standards Scotland)(Consolidation)

BS 715 1989

BS 1289 Pt1 1986

Regulations issued by the Scottish Development

BS 7566 Pts 1-4 1992



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Overall height of fire

Minimum height of opening required Maximum height of opening Minimum width of opening required

Maximum width of opening with spacer Forward projection from opening

(With controls cover) Min depth of openings


Main Injector Type

Pilot Assembly



=614 mm

=550 mm

=590 mm

=395 mm

=470 mm

=140 mm

See Figs 1-8

Supply Pressure 20 mbar +/- 1mbar (Cold)

Maximum 5.42 kW (18500 Btu/h)

Minimum 2.34 kW (8000 Btu/h)

Pilot 0.26 kW (890 Btu/h)

Bray Cat 82/380

Or Stereomatic 046/19/196/68M

SIT Oxy/Pilot NG 9022

8 mm O/D Tube

22 kg

Note: None of the materials used in the manufacture of this appliance contain asbestos.

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Care should be taken to ensure when the appliance is installed into a Pre-cast flue, the chimney breast is lined to prevent the plaster etc, cracking through excessive temperatures.

A certain amount of discolouration (blueing) may be seen on the stainless steel combustion chamber, this is normal due to the temperatures produced in the fire bed.

A hearth must always be provided, a minimum of 340mm and a minimum of 150mm either side of the fire opening with a minimum thickness of 12mm and a perimeter height of 50mm. This is to deter combustible materials, carpets etc, being placed on the hearth.

The area under the firebox must have a minimum non-combustible thickness of 25mm.

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In most installations a back panel will be required, this will also need a minimum fire resistance rating of Class O (100 C).

Check that the chimney and flue structure are sound and conform to the following flue requirements:

1.A conventional brick or stone chimneys with a minimum effective cross sectional dimension of 225x225 mm. A lined flue with a minimum diameter of 175 mm having a chair brick and throat forming lintel conforming to BS 1251 or a builders opening measuring 550 mm high x 400/470 mm wide with a sufficient depth for debris collection. If a chair brick is fitted, a minimum depth requirement for the appliance is shown in Figs 2 & 3, if insufficient depth is available, the chair brick will have to be removed.

2.A twin walled metal flue box manufactured to BS 715 with a twin walled 125 mm diameter flue and a minimum effective flue height of 3 metres. See Figs 4 & 5.

3.A pre-cast flue conforming to the requirements of BS 1289 Pt 1 1986 and BS 1289 1975 including properly constructed pre-cast flues with a cross sectional area of 13000sq mm. See Figs 6 - 8.


Dampers, register plates or incorrect flue terminals, must not restrict the flues listed above. The flue must only service a single appliance and not have any branches or traps that may impede the natural draught. Any flue damper plate or restrictors shall be removed or fixed in the fully opened positions.

The front and base of the fire opening must be flat and square to ensure a good seal with the appliance; this is to ensure that there is no reduction in draught through the fire, which may cause spillage to occur.

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Convector Box and Front Trim (Goal Post) Burner Inserts

Fibre Back Front and Fret

Short length of Bundy 43mm In-line Connector

Users / Installation and Servicing Instructions Wood Screws 4 off

M4 x 10 Screws

Burner Unit

Coal Support Shelf

Set of Coals – 7 Large, 4 Medium, 2 Triangular

and 5 Small.

Concealed Supply Pipe

RH Conversion Supply Pipe

Plastic Fixing Plugs 4 off

Installation Brackets

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7in Diameter Flue, Chair brick and Builders opening (Class 1). See Figs 2 & 3.

5in Diameter Flue and Metal Flue Box (Class 2). See Figs 4 & 5.

Pre-cast Flues. See Figs 6 – 8.

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