Drolet ALASKA 2000 User Manual

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INSTALLATION AND

OPERATING MANUAL

OIL BURNING STOVE

ALASKA 2000

Vérified and tested following

CAN/CSA B140.3 et UL 896 standards by:

Intertek Testing Services

Fabricated by:

1700 Léon-Harmel

Québec, (Québec)

G1N 4R9

READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS AND SAVE FOR REFERENCE

990830/45004A

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

TECHNICAL DATA.........................................................................................................................................

1

INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS ..................................................................................................................

2

Locating the stove ........................................................................................................................................

2

Chimney informations...................................................................................................................................

3

Connecting the stove to the chimney...........................................................................................................

4

Leveling the unit ...........................................................................................................................................

5

Fixation of stove to floor ...............................................................................................................................

5

Connecting stove to oil tank .........................................................................................................................

6

Adjusting the draught ...................................................................................................................................

7

Draught regulator .........................................................................................................................................

7

OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS .......................................................................................................................

8

Combustible .................................................................................................................................................

8

Lighting.........................................................................................................................................................

8

Changing intensity........................................................................................................................................

9

Turning the stove off...................................................................................................................................

10

Maintenance...............................................................................................................................................

10

Troubleshooting guide................................................................................................................................

11

SPARE PARTS .............................................................................................................................................

13

W A R R A N T Y...........................................................................................................................................

15

TECHNICAL DATA

HIMALAYA OIL BURNING STOVE

COMBUSTIBLE :

OIL NO 1

OIL NO 2

HEAT INPUT :

kW

BTU/h

kW

BTU/h

Minimum :

4,8

16 600

3,7

12 800

Maximum :

10,7

36 800

10,3

35 550

FLOWRATE :

cc/min

litres/h

cc/min

litres/h

Minimum :

9,9

0,59

8,5

0,35

maximum :

17,3

1,04

16,1

0,97

MINIMUM DRAUGHT REQUIRED :

0,05 INWC

0,05 INWC

EFFICIENCY :

 

%

 

%

with fan :

 

81,5

 

76

without fan :

 

76,5

 

73

CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES

 

Mm

in

Back

150

6

Side

150

6

Corners

150

6

Top

915

36

A MINIMUM CLEARANCE OF 9’’ FROM PIPE TO COMBUSTIBLES SHOULD BE ALLOWED.

DIMENSIONS

 

 

mm

in

Height :

800

31 ½

Width :

635

25

Depth :

485

19 1/8

Ø outlet flue pipe :

130

5

Ø burner :

255

10

Glass ( 3 ) :

460 x 280

18 x 11

Weight :

80kg

175 lbs

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

LOCATING THE STOVE

Install the stove as close to the chimney as possible.

Many configuration are possible, the most frequent are illustrated in figures 1,2 and 3.

Respect clearances indicated on page 1. They have been tested according to approvals.

Always respect clearances of stove pipe manufacturers. Larger clearances always prevail.

Figure 1 : CORNER INSTALLATION

Figure 2 : PARRALLÈL INSTALLATION

Table 1 : CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES

 

mm

in

Back

150

6

Side

150

6

Corners

150

6

Top

915

36

Flue Pipe

230

9

Figure 3 : WALL INSTALLATION

IMPORTANT: It is essential to ensure that the room were the stove is located is sufficiently ventilated to provide an adequate air supply.

It is possible that if your home is well insulated, that you will have to install an outside fresh air intake.

THE BURNING OF ONE LITRE OF FUEL (OIL) REQUIRES APPROXIMATELY 30 M3 OF AIR AND WILL PRODUCE ABOUT 0.8 KG OF WATER OF WATER VAPOR AND 9 M3 OF CARBONE DIOXIDE AND ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN. A SOURCE OF AIR FROM THE OUTSIDE IS NEEDED TO REPLACE COMBUSTION AIR. Ref : standard B-139 4.1.4

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CHIMNEY INFORMATIONS

Before the hook up of the stove, check if the chimney is in good condition and that the quality of the flue will allow a sufficient draught. For a good combustion, refer to the technical data of the stove to know the minimum draught required.

Factory built a type chimney or L type chimney are approved for this unit. The chimney has to be

well insulated, a chimney to cold can affect the gas temperature and lower draught effects. Low gases To will tend to condense and freeze or leak in your chimney.

5" factory built chimney is required. Using a larger flue tend to expand combustion gas and cools them off witch has for result of lowering the draught effects. Gas expansion reduces the speed of the draught and have the same effects.

When the unit is installed on a masonry chimney witch is often oversize, it’s required to use a stainless steel liner of 5" diameter inside the existing chimney. ref : B-139 4.2.2.6 standard

The chimney has to reach a minimum of 15' high (including stove pipes). The chimney has to extend not less than 3' above the point it exits the roof and 2' higher than any roof, building other obstacle within a horizontal distance of 10'. ref.: standard B-139 - 4.2.2.11.

CHEMNEY MINMUM HEIGHT :

Height of chemney should inferior than 15’ (4.6 m).

CLEARANCES WITH ROOF SUMMIT AND BUILDING NEARBY :

The chimney flue shall extend at least 2’ (0,6

m)above the highest roof surface or structure within 10’ (3,0 m) horizontally of the chimney. ref.: standard B-139 - 4.2.2.11

Figure 4: CHEMNEY MINMUM HEIGHT

Figure 5:

CHIMNEY CLEARANCES

CLEARANCE FROM ROOFING INTERSECTION :

The chimney flue shall extend at least 3’ (1,0 m) above the highest point at which it comes in contact with the roof. ref.: standard B-139 - 4.2.2.11.

YOUR APPLIANCE SHALL BE CONNECTED TO CHIMNEY HAVING SUFFICIENT DRAUGHT AT ALL TIMES TO ASSURE SAFE AND PROPER OPERATION OF THE BURNER

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CONNECTING THE STOVE TO THE CHIMNEY

The gases are vented from he back of the unit. The female part of the black pipe connector has to

be installed toward the flue connector of the stove. Secure all connections with the (3) self taping screws, with 120o distance between each of them.

The connection between stove pipes and chimney has to be perfectly sealed.

A maximum horizontal lent of 5' is allowed. Make sure to have a 1/4" slope per foot minimum.

Do not use more than two 90o Elbows while connecting the stove to the chimney.

It is strictly forbidden to pass through combustible materials walls, floors and ceilings with stove pipe connectors. Ref : Standard B-139 4.2.5.5.

• DIRECT HORIZONTAL CONNECTION :

• CEILING CONNECTION :

You may choose to connect your stove to

In the case where your chimney starts from

the chimney with an horizontal flue pipe.

the ceiling, use one 90º elbow and the

 

necessary straight sections.

Figure 6:

HORIZONTAL CONNECTION .

Figure 7:

CEILING CONNECTION .

DO NOT CONNECT MORE THAN ONE

• VERTICAL CONNECTION :

IT is recommended to not use more than two

 

STOVE TO YOUR CHIMNEY.

 

 

 

(2) 90º elbows and the necessary straight

• FIX

FLUE PIPES TOGETHER

WITH

sections

to connect your stove to the

 

METAL SCREWS.

 

 

chimney.

 

• MAKE SURE YOU RESPECT A ¼’’ SLOPE

 

 

 

PER FOOT OF HORIZONTAL PIPE

 

 

 

LENGTH.

 

 

 

 

• RESPECT CAREFULLY CLEARANCES TO

 

 

 

COMBUSTIBLES PRESCRIBED BY FLUE

 

 

 

PIPES MANUFACTURERS.

 

 

 

FLUE

PIPES

CLEARANCES

TO

 

 

 

COMBUSTIBLES

DEPEND ON

FLUE

 

 

 

PIPES TYPE AND MANUFACTURERS

Figure 8:

VERTICAL CONNECTION .

 

 

 

 

 

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