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For the installer Flue installation instructions ecoMAX 613/2 E ecoMAX 618/2 E ecoMAX 622/2 E ecoMAX 635/ E ecoMAX 824/2 E ecoMAX 828/2 E ecoMAX 835/ E ecoMAX pro 18 E ecoMAX pro 28 E ecoTEC plus 612/3 ecoTEC plus 615/3 ecoTEC plus 618/3 ecoTEC plus 624/3 ecoTEC plus 630/3 ecoTEC plus 824/3 ecoTEC plus 831/3 ecoTEC pro 28/3 GB Air flue duct for use with ecoMAX and ecoTEC boilers
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  • For the installer

    Flue installation instructions

    ecoMAX 613/2 E

    ecoMAX 618/2 E

    ecoMAX 622/2 E

    ecoMAX 635/ E

    ecoMAX 824/2 E

    ecoMAX 828/2 E

    ecoMAX 835/ E

    ecoMAX pro 18 E

    ecoMAX pro 28 E

    ecoTEC plus 612/3

    ecoTEC plus 615/3

    ecoTEC plus 618/3

    ecoTEC plus 624/3

    ecoTEC plus 630/3

    ecoTEC plus 824/3

    ecoTEC plus 831/3

    ecoTEC pro 28/3

    GB

    Air flue duct for use with ecoMAXand ecoTEC boilers

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  • OVERVIEW

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    PART 1 Pages 4 - 35Standard Concentric Systems Ø 60/100(Galvanized steel air duct/plastic flue duct)

    PART 2 Pages 37 - 57Optional Concentric System Ø 80/125(Galvanized steel air duct/plastic flue duct)

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    CONTENTS: PART 1 CONCENTRIC 60/100

    Page

    The air/flue duct must be installed by a suitablyqualified service provider, which is responsiblefor observing the relevant specifications,regulations and standards.

    Requirements

    Planning the air/flue duct layout

    Regulations and standards to be observed 5

    Alternative termination accessories available 6Maximum flue lengths for ecoMAX 11Maximum flue lengths for ecoTEC 12

    §

    Installation of the vertical air/flue duct 31

    Installation of the horizontal air/flue duct 15

    Installation of the black terminal kit 24

    Fitting air/flue duct extensions

    Installing the air/flue duct sliding sleeve

    How to add extensions 34How to install elbows 35

    14

    Installation of the variable termination kit 26

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    REQUIREMENTS

    Regulations andstandards to beobserved

    §

    ☞ Vaillant ecoMAX/ecoTEC boilersare certified as heating boilerswith corresponding flue systems according to EC Directive90/396/EEC on gas-fired devi-ces. This installation manual iscovered by this certification and isreferred to in the design approvaltest certificate.

    ☞ These instructions should be readin conjunction with the instructionsfor installation and servicing supplied with the boiler.

    ☞ Ensure also that all legislation,rules, regulations and directivesmentioned in the installationinstructions are observed.

    ☞ The installation of the boiler andits flue must be carried out by acompetent person who is registered with CORGI (TheCouncil for Registered GasInstallers).

    ☞ The installation of the boiler andflue must be in accordance withthe Gas Safety (Installation andUse) Regulations 1998 and theBuilding Regulations and BS 5440 Part 1.

    ☞ The requirements for flue termination detailed in the boilerinstallation instructions must beobserved.

    ☞ Two types of flue system are available for ecoMAX/ecoTECboilers. The standard concentricflue system (100 mm outsidediameter) and a larger diameterconcentric system (125 mmoutside diameter) which allowslonger air/flue duct lengths to beachieved.

    ☞ The air/flue duct operates at verylow temperatures therefore noclearance is necessary betweenthe air duct and adjacent services.

    ☞ Ensure while installation work isbeing carried out that no debrissuch as swarf, filings or fragmentsof mortar are allowed to remainin the air/flue duct.

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  • x

    x

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    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    303 936Optional connection accessories

    Telescopic offset section

    Telescopic extension440 mm - 690 mm Ø 60/100

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    PLANNING THE AIR/FLUE DUCT LAYOUT

    Alternative termination accessories available

    Air/flue duct extensions, concentric470 mm - Ø 60/100

    Air/flue duct extensions, concentric970 mm - Ø 60/100

    Air/flue duct extensions, concentric1970 mm - Ø 60/100

    Bends (PP), concentric (pack of 2)45° - Ø 60/100

    Elbow, concentric87° - Ø 60/100

    Flue support clips (pack of 5), Ø 100

    Sliding sleeve (PP) Ø 60/100

    Adjustable roof tiles for pitched roof

    303 900 = Vertical air/flue duct (black)

    303 930 = Horizontal air/flue duct (only ecoMAX)303 933 = Horizontal air/flue duct303 936 = Horizontal telescopic air/flue duct

    Accy. No.303 900

    303 919

    303 906

    303 902

    303 903

    303 905

    303 911

    x

    303 910

    303 821

    303 915

    009076 black

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    303 930 303 933

    Black terminal kit for horizontal air/flue duct 303 934

    Adjustable flue support clips (pack of 3); Ø 100 303 935 x

    Variable termination kit - black *) 303 942

    Extension pipe for variable termination kit VTKØ 60 mm 1 m - black *) 303 943

    87° elbow for variable termination kit - black *) 303 944

    45° bend for variable termination kit - black (2 pieces) 303 945�

    Variable termination kit - white *) 303 946

    Extension pipe for variable termination kit VTKØ 60 mm 1 m - white *) 303 947

    87° elbow for variable termination kit - white *) 303 949

    45° bend for variable termination kit - white (2 pieces) 303 948�

    Flexible pitched roof seal303 980 x

    Flat roof penetration collar 009 056 x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    *) delivered with support clips

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    PLANNING THE AIR/FLUE DUCT LAYOUT

    Fig. 1.1: Extensions, Ø 60/100

    Fig. 1.3: Flue support clips, Ø 100/Ø 80

    Flue support clips, Ø 100 (pack of 5)Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 821

    ☞ Use one clip per extension to support the air/flue duct.

    18

    2718

    27

    18

    27

    Fig. 1.2: Elbow joints, Ø 60/100

    Elbow, 87°, Ø 60/100Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 910

    Bends, 45° (pack of 2), Ø 60/100Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 911

    Air/flue duct extension 470 mm Ø 60/100Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 902

    Air/flue duct extension 970 mm, Ø 60/100Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 903

    Air/flue duct extension 1970 mm, Ø 60/100 Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 905

    GU

    _LA

    Z 70

    /0

    GU

    _LA

    Z 72

    /0

    250

    Fig. 1.4: Flue support clips, Ø 100

    Adjustable flue support clips, Ø 100(pack of 3)Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 935

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    155

    Fig. 1.7: Sliding sleeve, Ø 60/100

    Sliding sleeve (PP), Ø 60/100 Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 915

    290 – 374

    33 –

    56

    Fig. 1.6: Offset section, Ø 60/100

    Offset section, Ø 60/100Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 919

    3039

    19_I

    Ax

    498

    132

    255

    Fig. 1.8: Adjustable roof tile for pitched roof

    Adjustable roof tile for pitched roofVaillant Accy. No.: 009 076 (black)

    GU

    _LA

    Z 41

    /0

    440 – 690

    Fig. 1.5: Telescopic extension, Ø 60/100

    Telescopic extension (PP), Ø 60/100440 mm - 690 mmVaillant Accy. No.: 303 906

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    153

    130

    390

    Fig. 1.10: Flat roof penetration collar

    Flat roof penetration collarVaillant Accy. No.: 009 056

    PLANNING THE AIR/FLUE DUCT LAYOUT

    Fig. 1.11: Black terminal kit

    Fig. 1.12: Variable termination kit

    Variable termination kit - blackVaillant Accy. No.: 303 942For 303 933 and 303 936 only

    Variable termination kit - whiteVaillant Accy. No.: 303 946For 303 933 and 303 936 only

    Black terminal kit for horizontalair/flue ductVaillant Accy. No.: 303 934For 303 933 and 303 936 only

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    132

    495

    Fig. 1.9: Flexible pitched roof seal

    Flexible pitched roof seal (black)Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 980

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    Fig. 1.15: 45° bend

    45° bend for variable termination kit- blackVaillant Accy. No.: 303 945

    45° bend for variable termination kit- whiteVaillant Accy. No.: 303 948

    Fig. 1.14: 87° elbow

    87° elbow for variable termination kit- blackincluding 1 support clipVaillant Accy. No.: 303 944

    87° elbow for variable termination kit- whiteincluding 1 support clipVaillant Accy. No.: 303 949

    Fig. 1.13: Extension Ø 60 1 m pipe

    Extension pipe for variabletermination kit Ø 60 mm 1 m - black

    including 1 support clipVaillant Accy. No.: 303 943

    Extension pipe for variabletermination kit Ø 60 mm 1 m - whiteincluding 1 support clipVaillant Accy. No.: 303 947

    80

    Flue support clip, Ø 60 mmdelivered with kits

    Fig. 1.16: Flue support clip, Ø 60 mm

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  • Vertical flue systems

    303 900 Max. permitted concentric flue lengthFig. 1.18

    12.0 m 10.0 m 7.0 m 10.0 m9.0 m

    Variable termination kit

    303 942303 946

    only incombina-tion with 303 933

    Max. permittedconcentricflue lengthFig. 1.19

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 930303 933

    Max. permittedconcentricflue lengthFig. 1.17

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    4.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    10.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    7.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

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    Maximum flue lengths for use with ecoMAX

    Accessories Accy. No. 828/2 E 635/ E835/ E

    pro 18 Epro 28 E

    824/2 E613/2 E618/2 E622/2 E

    ecoMAX

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 87° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 0.5 m for each additional 45° elbow

    The maximum permitted concentric flue length given above is reduced asfollows:

    - Reduced by 0.5 m for the variable terminal- Reduced by 0.5 m for every 1 m VTK pipe- Reduced by 0.5 m for every 87° bend- Reduced by 0.5 m for 2 x 45° bend

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 87° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 0.5 m for each additional 45° elbow

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  • Max. permitted concentric flue lengthFig. 1.18

    12.0 m 12.0 m 12.0 m12.0 m

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    Variable termination kit

    303 942303 946

    only incombina-tion with 303 933

    Max. permittedconcentricflue lengthFig. 1.19

    Accessories Accy. No.

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 933 Max. permittedconcentricflue lengthFig. 1.17

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    plus 630plus 831

    pro 28

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    plus 624plus 824

    8.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    plus 612plus 615plus 618

    ecoTEC

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 87° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 0.5 m for each additional 45° elbow

    Vertical flue systems

    303 900

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 87° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 0.5 m for each additional 45° elbow

    Maximum flue lengths for use with ecoTEC

    The maximum permitted concentric flue length given above is reduced asfollows:

    - Reduced by 0.5 m for the variable terminal- Reduced by 0.5 m for every 1 m VTK pipe- Reduced by 0.5 m for every 87° bend- Reduced by 0.5 m for 2 x 45° bend

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    Max

    imum

    flue

    leng

    th

    LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    074

    /0

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    Euro

    B/S

    074

    /0

    Fig. 1.17: Horizontal flue systems Fig. 1.18: Vertical flue systems

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    Concentric flue length

    Flue

    leng

    th o

    utsi

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    Fig. 1.19: Horizontal flue system installed with vertical termination kit

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    INSTALLING THE AIR/FLUE DUCT SLIDING SLEEVE

    Fig. 2.0: Installing the sliding sleeve

    1

    34

    675

    2

    Schi

    ebem

    uffe

    _neu

    INSTALLING THEAIR/FLUE DUCT SLIDINGSLEEVE☞ NOTE:

    For installations where there is in-sufficient movement to allow fittingof the flue into flue outlet, a slid-ing sleeve (Accy. No. 303 915) isavailable. When using the slidingsleeve both the air and flue ductsof the last extension must beshortened by a further 95 mm.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (1) over thecut end of the flue duct (2).

    • Place the air duct clamp (7) overthe air duct.

    • Pull back the sliding sleeve so thatit engages into the socket (3) ofthe boiler (4). Ensure that thesliding sleeve penetrates thesocket such that there is at least20 mm engagement at both endsof the sliding sleeve.

    • Fit the air duct clamp over the airducts (5 and 6) of theextension/terminal and boileroutlet. Close the snap clamp.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm diameterthrough the air duct clamp (thecentre of the holes should be 6mm from the edge of the clamp).Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct.Screw the air duct clamp to theair duct of the sleeve using thescrews provided.

    • Complete the installation of theflue as detailed in theseinstructions.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

    Horizontal air/flue duct

    Accy No.: 303 930for ecoMAX only(Length 0.8 m)

    Contents of the accessory:• Horizontal air/flue duct• 87° elbow• 1 x 70 mm air duct clamp• 1 x 40 mm air duct clamp• Internal trim ring Ø 100• External wall seal

    Fig. 3.1: Horizontal air/flue conduit

    IMPORTANT:The flue hole should be cut with aslight rise to outside if 3° ± 1°(equivalent to 50 mm ± 20 mm riseper metre length).

    Preparation• Determine the installation site for

    the boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicing instructions supplied with the boiler.

    • Ensure that all installation and service clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Fix the paper template, suppliedwith the boiler, to the wall ensuring that the centreline of the template is vertical using a plumbline or spirit level.

    Top outlet flue exiting to rear• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed directly tothe rear of the boiler, the installation template details theposition of the flue exit hole forhorizontal top outlet installation.

    Top outlet flue exiting to side• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed to the side,the position of the flue exit holecan be determined by carefullylevelling across the wall from thecentre line of the air/flue ducthole marked on the template.

    • The position of the flue exit holeshould allow the flue to be installed with a slight upwardslope of about 3° ± 1° (equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm per metre offlue duct). Calculate the requiredrise according to the flue lengthand mark the position of the flueexit hole.

    4013

    70

    800

    95

    LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    037

    /03

    * 150

    2

    4

    1

    5

    Fig. 3.2

    LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    072

    /0G

    B

    *

    * = 190 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 176 mm ecoMAX pro

    ☞ Observe the maximum fluelengths as detailed in table onpage 11.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (TOP OUTLET)

    • Once the position of the flue exithole has been determined, thehole should be cut through thewall using a core drill of 125 mmdiameter.Note: If access can be gained tothe proposed flue exit point fromoutside the dwelling, the hole canbe cut with a 107 mm core drilland the flue external wall seal fitted from outside the dwelling.

    • Measure the distance from the outside face of the wall to the centre of the fan outlet on the boiler.

    This is dimension A.

    • Cut the air duct and flue duct tothe lengths shown in (fig. 3.5).

    • All flue sockets should pointtowards the terminal.

    • When cutting the air and flueducts it is important to remove anyburrs with a file, this ensures easyfitting of the ducts and preventsany rough edges from damagingthe flue seals.Care should be taken not toscratch the white surface of the airduct.

    • If the installation requires the useof air/flue duct extensions, additional bends or elbows referto the sections on pages 34 - 35.

    • Secure the air duct sectionstogether by drilling a 3 mmdiameter hole through the locationhole in the end of the outer airduct. (Ensure that the drill doesnot pierce the inner flue duct).Secure the air ducts together usingthe screw provided.

    1

    2

    *

    * = 190 mm

    Fig. 3.3 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    077

    /1

    150

    A

    B

    A

    150

    Fig. 3.4 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    078

    /0

    A + 45 mm

    13 mm

    Fig. 3.5 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    076

    /0

    Rear exit

    Side exit

    *

    * = 190 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 176 mm ecoMAX pro

    * = 190 mm ecoMAX combination and system boilers* = 176 mm ecoMAX pro

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (TOP OUTLET)

    • Push the air/flue duct assembly(1) including the flexible externalseal through the wall until theseal clears the outside face of thewall and pull air/flue duct backtowards the boiler until the external seal touches the outsidewall.

    • Ensure that the air/flue duct (1) iscentred in the hole and the terminal is correctly positionedwith the inlet grille at the bottom.

    • Slide the internal trim ring (2) overthe air duct until it is flush with thewall.

    • At this stage it is necessary to prepare and fit the boiler onto thehanging bracket – refer to the boiler installation instructions.

    • Fit the elbow (3) to the boiler by inserting the spigot of the flueelbow into the flue socket on theboiler and secure using the 40mm air duct clamp (4) provided.

    • Pull the air/flue duct back throughthe wall such that the flue ductfully engages into the flue elbowsocket.

    • Fit the 70 mm air duct clamp (5)ensuring that it is positionedcentrally.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of both the elbow/flueand elbow/boiler clamps at themost convienient holes on the airduct clamps. (Ensure that the drilldoes not penetrate the inner flueduct). Screw the clamps to the airducts of the flue assembly, theelbow and boiler using the screws supplied.

    • Slide the internal trim ring back tothe wall, securing in position witha small amount of sealant if required.

    Caution!If installed near a light, insects mayfly into the opening. Tell thehomeowner to clean the openingregularly.

    150

    13

    1

    Fig. 3.6 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    001

    /0G

    B

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

    Horizontal air/flue duct

    Accy No.: 303 933(Length 0.75 m)

    Contents of the accessory:• Horizontal air/flue duct• 87° elbow• 1 x 48 mm air duct clamp• 1 x 30 mm air duct clamp• Internal trim ring Ø 100• External wall seal.

    Fig. 3.7: Horizontal air/flue conduit

    Preparation• Determine the installation site for

    the boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicing instructions supplied with the boiler.

    • Ensure that all installation and service clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Fix the paper template, suppliedwith the boiler, to the wall ensuring that the centreline of the template is vertical using a plumbline or spirit level.

    Top outlet flue exiting to rear• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed directly tothe rear of the boiler, the installation template details theposition of the flue exit hole forhorizontal top outlet installation.

    Top outlet flue exiting to side• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed to the side,the position of the flue exit holecan be determined by carefullylevelling across the wall from thecentre line of the air/flue ducthole marked on the template.

    • The position of the flue exit holeshould allow the flue to be installed with a slight upwardslope of about 3° ± 1° (equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm per metre offlue duct). Calculate the requiredrise according to the flue lengthand mark the position of the flueexit hole.

    3013

    754

    4865

    3

    * 87

    5

    4

    2

    1

    Fig. 3.8

    LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    072

    /0G

    B

    *

    * = 190 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 176 mm ecoMAX pro* = 125 mm ecoTEC

    IMPORTANT:The air/flue duct is not concentricand the air duct has a slope of 1.5°(if the air flue duct is not cut). Thehole through the wall can thereforebe drilled horizontally with no slope.

    Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope at 3° ±1° (equivalent to 50 mm ± 20 mmrise per metre length) to ensure thatcondensate dows not remain in thesleeve.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (TOP OUTLET)

    • Once the position of the flue exithole has been determined, thehole should be cut through thewall using a core drill of 125 mmdiameter.Note: If access can be gained tothe proposed flue exit point fromoutside the dwelling, the hole canbe cut with a 107 mm core drilland the flue external wall seal fitted from outside the dwelling.

    • Measure the distance from the outside face of the wall to the centre of the fan outlet on the boiler.

    This is dimension A.

    • Cut the air duct and flue duct tothe lengths shown in (fig. 3.11).

    • All flue sockets should pointtowards the terminal.

    • When cutting the air and flueducts it is important to remove anyburrs with a file, this ensures easyfitting of the ducts and preventsany rough edges from damagingthe flue seals.Care should be taken not toscratch the white surface of the airduct.

    • If the installation requires the useof air/flue duct extensions, additional bends or elbows referto the sections on pages 34 - 35.

    • Secure the air duct sectionstogether by drilling a 3 mmdiameter hole through the locationhole in the end of the outer airduct. (Ensure that the drill doesnot pierce the inner flue duct).Secure the air ducts together usingthe screw provided.

    1

    2

    *

    * = 190 mm

    Fig. 3.9 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    077

    /187

    A

    B

    A

    87

    Fig. 3.10 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    078

    /0

    13 mm

    A + 22 mm

    Fig. 3.11 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    076

    /0

    Rear exit

    Side exit

    *

    * = 190 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 176 mm ecoMAX pro* = 125 mm ecoTEC

    * = 190 mm ecoMAX combination and system boilers* = 176 mm ecoMAX pro* = 125 mm ecoTEC PA

    RT 1

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (TOP OUTLET)

    • Push the air/flue duct assembly(1) including the flexible externalseal through the wall until theseal clears the outside face of thewall and pull air/flue duct backtowards the boiler until the external seal touches the outsidewall.

    • Ensure that the air/flue duct (1) iscentred in the hole and the terminal is correctly positionedwith the inlet grille at the bottom.

    • Slide the internal trim ring (2) overthe air duct until it is flush with thewall.

    • At this stage it is necessary to prepare and fit the boiler onto thehanging bracket – refer to the boiler installation instructions.

    • Fit the elbow (3) to the boiler by inserting the spigot of the flueelbow into the flue socket on theboiler and secure using the 30mm air duct clamp (4) provided.

    • Pull the air/flue duct back throughthe wall such that the flue ductfully engages into the flue elbowsocket.

    • Fit the 48 mm air duct clamp (5)ensuring that it is positionedcentrally.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of both the elbow/flueand elbow/boiler clamps at themost convienient holes on the airduct clamps. (Ensure that the drilldoes not penetrate the inner flueduct). Screw the clamps to the airducts of the flue assembly, theelbow and boiler using the screws supplied.

    • Slide the internal trim ring back tothe wall, securing in position witha small amount of sealant if required.

    Caution!If installed near a light, insects mayfly into the opening. Tell thehomeowner to clean the openingregularly.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE TELESCOPIC HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

    Horizontal telescopic air/flue duct

    Accy No.: 303 936(Length 0.4 - 0.61 m)

    Contents of the accessory:• Horizontal telescopic air/flue duct• 87° elbow• 1 x 48 mm air duct clamp• 1 x 30 mm air duct clamp• Internal trim ring Ø 100• External wall seal.

    Fig. 3.13: Horizontal air/flue conduit

    Preparation• Determine the installation site for

    the boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicing instructions supplied with the boiler.

    • Ensure that all installation and service clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Fix the paper template, suppliedwith the boiler, to the wall ensuring that the centreline of the template is vertical using a plumbline or spirit level.

    Top outlet flue exiting to rear• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed directly tothe rear of the boiler, the installation template details theposition of the flue exit hole forhorizontal top outlet installation.

    Top outlet flue exiting to side• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed to the side,the position of the flue exit holecan be determined by carefullylevelling across the wall from thecentre line of the air/flue ducthole marked on the template.

    • The position of the flue exit holeshould allow the flue to be installed with a slight upwardslope of about 3° ± 1° (equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm per metre offlue duct). Calculate the requiredrise according to the flue lengthand mark the position of the flueexit hole.

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    IMPORTANT:The air/flue duct is not concentricand the air duct has a slope of 1.5°(if the air flue duct is not cut). Thehole through the wall can thereforebe drilled horizontally with no slope.

    Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope at 3° ±1° (equivalent to 50 mm ± 20 mmrise per metre length) to ensure thatcondensate dows not remain in thesleeve.

    *

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    INSTALLATION OF THE TELESCOPIC HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (TOP OUTLET)

    • Once the position of the flue exithole has been determined, thehole should be cut through thewall using a core drill of 125 mmdiameter.Note: If access can be gained tothe proposed flue exit point fromoutside the dwelling, the hole canbe cut with a 107 mm core drilland the flue external wall seal fitted from outside the dwelling.

    • Measure the distance from the outside face of the wall to the centre of the fan outlet on the boiler.

    This is dimension A.

    • Adjust the air duct and flue ductto the lengths shown in (fig.3.17).

    • Secure the air duct sectionstogether by drilling a 3 mmdiameter hole through the locationhole in the end of the outer airduct (1). (Ensure that the drill doesnot pierce the inner flue duct).Secure the air ducts together usingthe screw (1) provided. Place theadhesive tape (2) across the gapin the telescopic extensions.(fig. 3.17)

    • All flue sockets should pointtowards the terminal.

    • Care should be taken not toscratch the white surface of the airduct.

    • If the installation requires the useof air/flue duct extensions, additional bends or elbows referto the sections on pages 34 - 35.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE TELESCOPIC HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT(TOP OUTLET)

    • Push the air/flue duct assembly(1) including the flexible externalseal through the wall until theseal clears the outside face of thewall and pull air/flue duct backtowards the boiler until the external seal touches the outsidewall.

    • Ensure that the air/flue duct (1) iscentred in the hole and the terminal is correctly positionedwith the inlet grille at the bottom.

    • Slide the internal trim ring (2) overthe air duct until it is flush with thewall.

    • At this stage it is necessary to prepare and fit the boiler onto thehanging bracket – refer to the boiler installation instructions.

    • Fit the elbow (3) to the boiler by inserting the spigot of the flueelbow into the flue socket on theboiler and secure using the 30mm air duct clamp (4) provided.

    • Pull the air/flue duct back throughthe wall such that the flue ductfully engages into the flue elbowsocket.

    • Fit the 48 mm air duct clamp (5)ensuring that it is positionedcentrally.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of both the elbow/flueand elbow/boiler clamps at themost convienient holes on the airduct clamps. (Ensure that the drilldoes not penetrate the inner flueduct). Screw the clamps to the airducts of the flue assembly, theelbow and boiler using the screws supplied.

    • Slide the internal trim ring back tothe wall, securing in position witha small amount of sealant if required.

    Caution!If installed near a light, insects mayfly into the opening. Tell thehomeowner to clean the openingregularly.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE BLACK TERMINAL KIT

    Black terminal kit Accy. No.: 303 934

    Contents of the accessory:• Black terminal• External wall seal

    Fig. 3.19: Black kit

    AssemblyBefore installing the flueduct• Use an 8 mm screwdriver to bend

    the catches inwards (fig. 3.20).• Pull the terminal together with the

    flue duct out of the air duct (fig.3.21).

    • Unlock the catch between theterminal and the flue duct bytwisting them against each other(fig. 3.22).

    • Pull the terminal off the flue duct.• Put the new terminal into the flue

    duct and click the lock.

    ☞ Please note: The catch on the topof the terminal must lock firmlyinto the notch in the flue duct(fig. 3.23).

    ☞ Please note: Make sure the sealfits tightly.

    • Push the flue duct and the terminalback into the air duct and lock thetwo catches (fig. 3.24).

    Caution!The seam of the air duct must be atthe top.

    • Fit the horizontal air/flue duct asdescribed on pages 18 and 21.

    Fig. 3.22: Unlocking the catch

    Fig. 3.21: Pulling out the terminal

    Fig. 3.20: Releasing the catches

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    INSTALLATION OF THE BLACK TERMINAL KIT

    Fig. 3.24: Locking the catch

    Fig. 3.23: Flue duct

    AssemblyAfter installing the flueduct

    Danger!Before starting work, shut down theappliance and prevent it from beingswitched on unintentionally.

    • Remove the wall seal from theterminal.

    • Use an 8 mm screwdriver to bendthe catches inwards (fig. 3.20).

    • Pull the terminal together with theflue duct out of the air duct (fig.3.21).

    Caution!Do not twist the flue duct, becausethis might detach the following flueduct behind the terminal from thespacer.

    • Unlock the catch between theterminal and the flue duct bytwisting them against each other(fig. 3.22).

    • Pull the terminal off the flue duct.• Push the new terminal into the flue

    duct and click the lock.

    ☞ Please note: The catch on the topof the terminal must lock firmlyinto the notch in the flue duct (fig.3.23).

    ☞ Please note: Make sure the sealfits tightly.

    • Push the flue duct with theterminal back in the air duct.Carefully push the flue duct backinto the sleeve of the pipe or bendbehind it. Lock the two catches(fig. 3.24).

    • Fit the wall seal.

    Danger!Before starting up the appliance,check that the entire flue pipe isfirmly seated and sealed.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE VARIABLE TERMINATION KIT

    Variable termination kitAccy. No.: 303 942 (black)303 946 (white)

    Contents of the kit:• Variable terminal• 2 x 1m pipe• 3 x pipe support clips• 87° bend with bird protection

    grille

    Important: The sleeve of the wall connectormust face directly upwards.

    Fig. 4.1: Variable termination kit

    Assembly

    Before installing the fluepipe• Use an 8 mm screwdriver to bend

    the catches inwards (fig. 4.3).• Pull the terminal with the flue duct

    out of the air duct (fig. 4.4).

    Fig. 4.4: Pulling out the variable terminal

    Fig. 4.3: Releasing the catch

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    Fig. 4.2

    Flue Terminal ClearancesPlease refer to the boiler installationinstructions for guidance about flueterminal clearances.

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    • Unlock the catch between theterminal and the flue duct bytwisting them against each other(fig. 4.5).

    • Pull the terminal out of the flueduct.

    • Push the variable terminal onto theflue duct.

    ☞ Please note: The catch on the topof the variable terminal must lockfirmly into the notch in the flueduct (fig. 4.6).

    Caution!Make sure the seal fits tightly.

    • Push the flue duct and the variableterminal back into the air ductand lock the two catches(fig. 4.7).

    ☞ Please note: The seam of the airduct must be at the top.

    • Fit the horizontal ait/flue duct asdescribed on pages 18 and 21.

    Caution!It cannot be fitted from inside.

    • Fit the rest of the variabletermination kit as described onpage 28.

    INSTALLATION OF THE VARIABLE TERMINATION KIT

    Fig. 4.7: Locking the catch

    Fig. 4.6: Flue pipe

    Fig. 4.5: Unlocking the catch

    AssemblyAfter installing the flueductDanger!Before starting work, shut down theappliance and prevent it from beingswitched on unintentionally.

    • Remove the wall seal from theterminal.

    • Use an 8 mm screwdriver to bendthe catches inwards (fig. 4.3).

    • Pull the terminal with the flue ductout of the air duct (fig. 4.4).

    Caution!Do not twist the flue duct, becausethis might detach the following flueduct behind the terminal from thespacer.• Unlock the catch between the

    terminal and the flue duct bytwisting them against each other(fig. 4.5).

    • Pull the terminal out of the flueduct.

    • Push the new variable terminalonto the flue duct.

    ☞ Please note: The catch on the topof the variable terminal must lockfirmly into the notch in the flueduct (fig. 4.6).

    ☞ Please note: Make sure the sealfits tightly.

    • Push the flue duct with thevariable terminal back in the airduct. Carefully push the flue ductback into the sleeve of the duct orbend behind it. Lock the twocatches (fig. 4.7).

    • Fit the wall seal on the variableterminal.

    • Fit the rest of the VTK asdescribed on page 28.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE VARIABLE TERMINATION KIT

    • Fit the pipes and bends, workingfrom the variable terminal to theselected location for the flue exitusing support clips supplied fig4.8, 4.9, 4.10 or 4.11.

    Caution!Pipe extensions must be fixed to thewall using pipe clamps. Use oneclamp for each extension directlybeside the sleeve. Fit another clampto the extension after each 87° bend (fig. 4.9).

    Caution!The extension pipe expands whenheated. Leave 1 cm expansion space in eachsleeve.

    ☞ Please note: The maximum fluelengths where the variabletermination kit is installed areshown in the tables on pages 11and 12.

    ☞ Please note: The parts are simplypushed together (not bolted).

    Caution!Fasten the 87° bend with birdprotection grille using a separatepipe clamp (fig. 4.9).

    Caution!If installed near a light, insects mayfly into the opening. Tell thehomeowner to clean the openingregularly.

    Danger!Before starting up the appliance,check that the entire flue pipe isfirmly seated and sealed.

    Caution!During annual maintenance, checkthe flue system for- visible defects, such as

    embrittlement or damage- tight connection of the pipes- dirt in the air intake and flue exits

    due to leaves, insects etc.

    Fig. 4.9: Bird protection grille

    Fig. 4.8: Basic installation

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    INSTALLATION OF THE VARIABLE TERMINATION KIT

    Fig. 4.10: Support clips with 87° bend

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  • Routing around roofeavesWhen routing the variabletermination kit around the roof eaves,additional lengths of M8 threadedbar will be required for the supportbrackets. Threaded bar can bepurchased from most local merchants.

    • Change the bird protection grillefrom the 87° elbow to theextension installed at the end.

    ☞ When using the 87° elbow, put inthe seal from the extension.

    • The extension installed at the endmust be fixed to the wall using 2support clips with a minimaldistance of 400 mm.

    min

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    Fig. 4.12: Routing around roof eaves

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    40

    1435

    550

    880

    Vertical air/flue duct Accy. No.: 303 900 (black)

    Contents of the accessory:• Vertical air/flue duct and terminal

    assembly• 40 mm air duct clamp• Fixing bracket

    ☞ See page 6 et seq. for details ofair/flue duct elements.

    ☞ Observe the maximum fluelengths as detailed in table onpage 11.

    Fig. 5.1: Vertical roof duct

    The air/flue duct assembly may beconnected directly to the flue outleton top of the boiler.

    In addition to the vertical air/flueduct and terminal accessory, air/flueduct extensions can be added toincrease the length of the flue.

    Preparation

    • Determine the installation site forthe boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicinginstructions supplied with theboiler.

    • Ensure that all installation andservice clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Determine the point where thevertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    ☞ Please note: The vertical air/flueduct and terminal accessory(Accy. No. 303 900) may beshortened. The outer ‘white’ ductshould be shortened first, then theinner flue duct cut so that itprotrudes 13 mm out of the airduct. In case of installationdirectly to the boiler withoutelbows or bends, it is essentialthat the roof tile/collar is verticallyaligned with the air/flue duct ofthe boiler.

    ☞ Please note: If a 87° elbow isconnected directly to the boiler,use the 40 mm air duct clampsupplied with the vertical air flueduct at this position (fig. 5.2).

    INSTALLATION OF THE VERTICAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

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    Fig. 5.2: 40 mm air duct clamp

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    INSTALLATION OF THE VERTICAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

    Pitched roof installation• Determine the point where the

    vertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    • Fit the flexible pitched roof (Accy.No. 303 980) tile (1).

    • Working from above, insert thevertical roof duct (5) through theroofing tile and push it firmly intoplace.

    • Vertically align the roof duct andattach it to the roof structure withthe fixing bracket (6) supplied.

    • Fit the boiler hanging bracket (2).• Install the appliance (3) with

    reference to the installation andservicing instructions supplied withthe boiler.

    ☞ See pages 34 et seq. for furtherdetails on the installation ofextensions and elbows.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (4) firmlyinto place on the extension.

    • Join the vertical roof duct (5) tothe extension (7).

    • Join the sliding sleeve (4) to theappliance’s connection piece (8).This permits easy separationbetween the air/flue duct and theappliance.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of the flue/boilerclamp at the most convienientholes on the air duct clamp.(Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct).Screw the clamp to the air ductsof the flue assembly and the boilerusing the screws supplied.

    • Ensure that any air duct clampsused are positioned centrally andfixed to the air duct using the selftapping screws supplied.

    • Note: The air/duct clamp must notbe screwed to the bottom of thevertical air/flue duct and terminalaccessory to allow for any slightmovement in the roof structure.

    • Ensure that at least one pipeclamp supports the air/flue ductat each extension fitted.

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    885

    warm roofcold roof

    550

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    Fig. 5.4: Fitting the appliance and vertical flue duct to a building with a flat roof

    Flat-roof installation• Determine the point where the

    vertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    • Fit the flat roof penetration collar(1).

    • Stick the flat roof penetrationcollar firmly into place withadhesive in accordance with thecodes of practice for flat roofs (CP 144) to ensure a watertightseal.

    • Working from above, insert thevertical roof duct (5) through theflat roof collar and push it firmlyinto place.

    • Vertically align the roof duct andattach it to the roof structure withthe fixing bracket (6) supplied.

    • Fit the boiler hanging bracket (2).• Install the appliance (3) with

    reference to the installation andservicing instructions supplied withthe boiler.

    ☞ See pages 34 et seq. for furtherdetails on the installation ofextensions and elbows.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (4) firmlyinto place on the extension.

    • Join the vertical roof duct (5) tothe extension (7).

    • Join the sliding sleeve (4) to theappliance’s connection piece (8).This permits easy separationbetween the air/flue duct and theappliance.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of the flue/boilerclamp at the most convienientholes on the air duct clamp.(Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct).Screw the clamp to the air ductsof the flue assembly and the boilerusing the screws supplied.

    • Ensure that any air duct clampsused are positioned centrally andfixed to the air duct using the selftapping screws supplied.

    • Note: The air/duct clamp must notbe screwed to the bottom of thevertical air/flue duct and terminalaccessory to allow for any slightmovement in the roof structure.

    • Ensure that at least one pipeclamp supports the air/flue ductat each extension fitted.

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    FITTING AIR/FLUE DUCT EXTENSIONS

    How to add extensions

    Use a saw, tin-snips, etc. to cut tubesto size.

    ☞ No tools are required whenseparating extensions for cutting tosize air and flue tubes separately.When doing so, the flue conduitshould be twisted into a positionwhere the shoulders on the plastictube can be pushed through thespacer-piece. After cutting to size,refit the flue conduit and secure itto the air conduit.

    Tip:Start by measuring the requiredlength of air conduit* (Lair), and thencalculate the corresponding length offlue conduit (Lexhaust) as follows:

    Lexhaust = Lair + 40 mm

    Lexhaust = length of flue conduitLair = length of air conduit

    * Minimum length of air-conduitextension: 80 mm.

    1

    2

    13

    2

    70L air

    Lexhaust

    1.

    2.

    + 40 mm

    27

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    Fig. 6.1: Cutting tubes to size

    ☞ The seals are sensitive to mineraloil-based grease products. For thisreason, the seals must not begreased. If the seals need wettingto aid in installation, use wateronly.

    ☞ De-burr and file down any roughedges on the tubes before fitting inorder to prevent damage to theseals. Remove all metal filings andother debris.

    ☞ Do not use damaged or dentedtubes, as they will not form anadequate seal.

    ☞ Ensure that the seals remaincorrectly aligned when installingthe tubes. Do not fit damagedseals.

    ☞ Secure the exhaust conduit withthe fixing device in order to ensurethat it is correctly centred relativeto the air conduit.

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    Important:You must fasten extensions to theceiling or wall using pipe clamps.Use one clamp for each extension.

    Important:Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope of 3°±1° to ensure that condensate doesnot remain in the sleeve (equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm rise per metrelength).

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    FITTING AIR/FLUE DUCT EXTENSIONS

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    690 480695 485700 490705 495710 500715 505720 510725 515730 520735 525740 530745 535750 540755 545760 550765 555770 560775 565780 570785 575790 580795 585800 590

    470 260475 265480 270485 275490 280495 285500 290505 295510 300515 305520 310525 315530 320535 325540 330545 335550 340555 345560 350565 355570 360575 365580 370585 375590 380595 385600 390605 395610 400615 405620 410625 415630 420635 425640 430645 435650 440655 445660 450665 455670 460675 465680 470685 475

    Table 6.1: Length of surplus with 87° elbows

    > 190 to< 210 mm 0

    > 215 to not< 265 mm possible

    > 270 to< 290 mm 80

    295 85300 90305 95310 100315 105320 110325 115330 120335 125340 130345 135350 140355 145360 150365 155370 160375 165380 170385 175390 180395 185400 190405 195410 200415 205420 210425 215430 220435 225440 230445 235450 240455 245460 250465 255

    How to install elbowsAccy. No.: 303 910Example:

    An offset of 400 mm is measured.This value is then used, along with thetable below, to determine the lengthof the air conduit ( = 190 mm in thiscase).

    Important:This gives a correspondingexhaust-conduit length of 190 + 40 = 230 mm.

    Fig. 6.3: Installation of 87° elbows

    190

    Offset

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    90 0 21095 0 215

    100 0 220

    > 105 to not< 155 mm possible

    160 86 280165 93 285170 100 290175 107 295180 115 300185 122 305190 129 310195 136 315200 143 320205 150 325210 157 330215 164 335220 171 340225 178 345230 185 350235 192 355240 199 360245 206 365250 214 370255 221 375260 228 380265 235 385270 242 390275 249 395280 256 400285 263 405290 270 410295 277 415300 284 420305 291 425310 298 430315 306 435320 313 440

    Offset Length of Height[in mm] air conduit [in mm]

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of Height[in mm] air conduit [in mm]

    [in mm]

    Table 6.2: Length of surplus with 45° bends

    Offset Length of Height[in mm] air conduit [in mm]

    [in mm]

    How to install elbowsAccy. No.: 303 911Example:

    An offset of 400 mm is measured.This value is then used, along with thetable below, to determine the lengthof the air conduit (= 284 mm) and theheight (= 420 mm).

    Important:This gives a correspondingexhaust-conduit length of 284 + 40 = 324 mm.

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    Fig. 6.4: Installation of 45° bends

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    CONTENTS: PART 2 CONCENTRIC 80/125

    Page

    The air/flue duct must be installed by a suitablyqualified service provider, which is responsiblefor observing the relevant specifications,regulations and standards.

    Requirements

    Planning the air/flue duct layout

    Regulations and standards to be observed 38

    Alternative termination accessories available 39Maximum flue lengths for ecoMAX 42Maximum flue lengths for ecoTEC 43

    Changing the applianceconnection piece

    §

    45

    Installation of the vertical air/flue duct 52

    Installation of the horizontal air/flue duct 47

    Fitting air/flue duct extensions

    Installation of the sliding sleeve

    How to add extensions 55How to install elbows 56

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    REQUIREMENTS

    Regulations andstandards to beobserved

    §

    ☞ Vaillant ecoMAX/ecoTEC boilersare certified as heating boilerswith corresponding flue systems according to EC Directive90/396/EEC on gas-fireddevices. This installation manual iscovered by this certification and isreferred to in the design approvaltest certificate.

    ☞ These instructions should be readin conjunction with the instructionsfor installation and servicing supplied with the boiler.

    ☞ Ensure also that all legislation,rules, regulations and directivesmentioned in the installationinstructions are observed.

    ☞ The installation of the boiler andits flue must be carried out by acompetent person who is registered with CORGI (TheCouncil for Registered GasInstallers).

    ☞ The installation of the boiler andflue must be in accordance withthe Gas Safety (Installation andUse) Regulations 1998 and theBuilding Regulations and BS 5440 Part 1.

    ☞ The requirements for flue termination detailed in the boilerinstallation instructions must beobserved.

    ☞ The air/flue duct operates at verylow temperatures therefore noclearance is necessary betweenthe air duct and adjacent services.

    ☞ Ensure while installation work isbeing carried out that no debrissuch as swarf, filings or fragmentsof mortar are allowed to remainin the air/flue duct.

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    Alternative terminationaccessories available

    303 200 = Vertical air/flue duct (black)

    303 209 = Horizontal air/flue duct

    303 907 = Appliance connection piece for ecoMAX only303 926 = Appliance connection piece for ecoTEC and ecoMAX

    Optional connection accessories Accy. No.303 200

    Air/flue duct extensions (PPs), concentric470 mm - Ø 80/125 303 202 x

    Air/flue duct extensions (PPs), concentric970 mm - Ø 80/125 303 203 x

    Air/flue duct extensions (PPs), concentric1970 mm - Ø 80/125 303 205 x

    Bends (PPs), concentric (pack of 2)45° - Ø 80/125 303 211 x

    Elbow (PPs), concentric87° - Ø 80/125

    303 210 x

    Flue support clips (pack of 5), Ø 125 303 616 x

    Sliding sleeve (PPs) Ø 80/125 303 215 x

    Adjustable roof tiles for pitched roof 009076 black x

    Flat roof penetration collar 009 056 x

    303 209

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    x

    Flexible pitched roof seal 303 980 x

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    Fig. 1.2: Extensions, Ø 80/125

    Fig. 1.4: Flue support clips, Ø 125 or Ø 80

    Flue support clips, Ø 125 (pack of 5)Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 616

    ☞ Use one clip per extension to support the air/flue duct.

    15

    25

    15

    25

    15

    25

    Fig. 1.3: Elbow joints, Ø 80/125

    Elbow (PPs), 87°, Ø 80/125Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 210

    Bends (PPs), 45° (pack of 2), Ø 80/125Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 211

    Air/flue duct extension (PPs) 470 mm, Ø 80/125Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 202

    Air/flue duct extension (PPs) 970 mm,Ø 80/125Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 203

    Air/flue duct extension (PPs) 1970 mm,Ø 80/125 Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 205

    GU

    _LA

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    /0

    GU

    _LA

    Z 72

    /0

    GU

    _LA

    Z 71

    /0

    5825

    18

    Fig. 1.1: Appliance connection piece

    Appliance connection pieceØ 80/125Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 926(with 2 measuring apertures)

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    132

    255

    Fig. 1.6: Adjustable roof tile for pitched roof

    Adjustable roof tiles for pitched roofVaillant Accy. No.: 009 076 (black)

    GU

    _LA

    Z 41

    /0

    164

    120

    Fig. 1.5: Sliding sleeve, Ø 80/125

    Sliding sleeve (PPs), Ø 80/125 Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 215

    GU

    _LA

    Z 76

    /0

    153

    130

    390

    Fig. 1.8: Flat roof penetration collar GU_L

    AZ

    42/0

    Flat roof penetration collarVaillant Accy. No.: 009 056

    495

    132

    495

    Fig. 1.7: Flexible pitched roof seal

    Flexible pitched roof seal (black)Vaillant Accy. No.: 303 980

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    Maximum flue lengths for use with ecoMAX

    Accessories Accy. No.

    Vertical flue systems

    303 200 Max. permitted concentric flue length

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 209 Max. permittedconcentricflue length

    14.0 m

    13.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    31.0 m 20.0 m

    30.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    20.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    27.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    613/2 E 618/2 E 622/2 E pro 18 Epro 28 E

    ecoMAX

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow

    Accessories Accy. No.

    Vertical flue systems

    303 200 Max. permitted concentric flue length

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 209 Max. permittedconcentricflue length

    26.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    22.0 m

    21.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    29.0 m

    30.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    824/2 E 828/2 E 635/ E835/ E

    ecoMAX

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 87° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow

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    303 200 Max. permitted concentric flue length

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 209 Max. permittedconcentricflue length

    14.0 m

    13.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    27.0 m 27.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    14.0 m

    13.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    plus 612 plus 615 plus 618 plus 624

    ecoTEC

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow

    Accessories Accy. No.

    Vertical flue systems

    303 200 Max. permitted concentric flue length

    Horizontal flue systems

    303 209 Max. permittedconcentricflue length

    27.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    27.0 m 27.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    27.0 m

    25.0 mincl.

    1 elbow 87°

    plus 630 plus 824 plus 831 pro 28

    ecoTEC

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 87° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow.

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 2.5 m for each additional 90° elbow

    Maximum length of flue is reduced by 1.0 m for each additional 45° elbow

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    Maximum flue length

    Max

    imum

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    leng

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    LAS

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    Fig. 1.9

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    CHANGING THE APPLIANCE CONNECTION-PIECE

    1

    2

    Fig. 2.0: Fitting the appliance connection-piece

    InstallationAccy No.: 303 907 for ecoMAXonlyAccy No.: 303 926 for ecoTEC andecoMAX

    The appliance is supplied ready-fittedwith the connection-piece for the60/100 air/flue duct system.

    • Loosen the four screws (2) andpull the appliance connection-piece (1) upwards to remove it.

    • Push the appliance connection-piece with the selected connectiondiameter down from above,inserting the push-in end onto thesleeve of the flue collectingchamber. Now push theappliance connection-piecedownwards until the flange comesinto contact with the low-pressurechamber.

    • Refit the fixing screws (2).

    The seals are sensitive tomineral oil-based greaseproducts. For this reason, the seals mustnot be greased. If the sealsneed wetting to aid ininstallation, use water only.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE SLIDING SLEEVE

    Fig. 3.0: Installing the sliding sleeve

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    34

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    INSTALLING THEAIR/FLUE DUCT SLIDINGSLEEVE☞ NOTE:

    For installations where there is in-sufficient movement to allow fittingof the flue into flue outlet, a slid-ing sleeve (Accy. No. 303 215) isavailable. When using the slidingsleeve both the air and flue ductsof the last extension must beshortened by a further 85 mm.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (1) over thecut end of the flue duct (2).

    • Place the air duct clamp (7) overthe air duct.

    • Pull back the sliding sleeve so thatit engages into the socket (3) ofthe boiler (4). Ensure that thesliding sleeve penetrates thesocket such that there is at least20 mm engagement at both endsof the sliding sleeve.

    • Fit the air duct clamp over the airducts (5 and 6) of theextension/terminal and boileroutlet. Close the snap clamp.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm diameterthrough the air duct clamp (thecentre of the holes should be 6mm from the edge of the clamp).Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct.Screw the air duct clamp to theair duct of the sleeve using thescrews provided.

    • Complete the installation of theflue as detailed in theseinstructions.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT

    ☞ Observe the maximum fluelengths as detailed in table onpage 42.

    70

    1103

    70

    15

    Horizontal air/flue duct

    Vaillant Accy No.: 303 209

    Contents of the accessory:• Horizontal air/flue duct• 87° elbow• 2 x 70 mm air duct clamps • 1 x internal plastic ring Ø 125• 1 x external metal plate

    ☞ See page 39 et seq. for details ofair/flue duct elements.

    Fig. 4.1: Horizontal air/flue conduit

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    Fig. 4.2: Example of installation with horizontal air/flue duct

    IMPORTANT:The air/flue duct is not concentricand the air duct has a slope of 1.5°(if the air flue duct is not cut). Thehole through the wall can thereforebe drilled horizontally with no slope.

    Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope at 3° ±1° (equivalent to 50 mm ± 20 mmrise per metre length) to ensure thatcondensate dows not remain in thesleeve.

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    Side flue installations• For installations where the air/flue

    duct is to be installed to the side,the position of the flue exit holecan be determined as follows:

    • Identify the correct measurementas shown in fig. 4.3, carefullymeasure the distance from the bottom centre of the boiler hanging bracket (centreline of thetwo lower hanging bracket fixingholes). This gives the position ofthe centreline of the 127 mm flueelbow and adaptor when installed.

    • The position of the flue exit holecan be determined by carefullylevelling across the wall from thismark.

    • The position of the flue exit holeshould allow the flue to be installed with an upwards slopetowards the terminal of approximately 3° ± 1°, equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm rise per metreof flue length. Calculate therequired rise according to the fluelength and mark the position ofthe flue exithole.

    Note: Due to the long lengths of fluepossible and the slope required, itmay be necessary to adjust the location of the boiler installation template. Please check that both theboiler installation site and flue termination are in accordance withthese instructions prior to drilling anyholes for the boiler hanging bracket.• Once the position of the flue exit

    hole has been determined, thehole should be cut through thewall using a core drill of 127 mmdiameter. The flue exit hole shouldbe cut with a rise towards outsideof 3°.

    • Measure the distance from the outside face of the wall to the centre of the fan outlet on the boiler (fig. 4.5).This is dimension A.

    • For installations where the measured distance dimension A(fig. 4.5) is greater than 960 mm,an air/flue extension accessorywill be required. The number ofair/flue duct extensions which canbe used depends on the boiler.

    Preparation• Determine the installation site for

    the boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicing instructions supplied with the boiler.

    • Ensure that all installation and service clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Fix the paper template, suppliedwith the boiler, to the wall ensuring that the centreline of thetemplate is vertical using a plumbline or spirit level.

    1

    2

    *

    * = 190 mm

    Fig. 4.3 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    077

    /1

    253

    Fig. 4.4 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    083

    /1

    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT Ø 80/125 WITHEXTENSIONS

    * = 190 mm ecoMAX combination and system boilers* = 176 mm ecoMAX pro* = 125 mm ecoTEC

    *

    * = 253 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 210 mm ecoMAX pro(from top holes on bracket)

    * = 238 mm ecoTEC

    IMPORTANT:The air/flue duct is not concentricand the air duct has a slope of 1.5°(if the air flue duct is not cut). Thehole through the wall can thereforebe drilled horizontally with no slope.

    Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope at 3° ±1° (equivalent to 50 mm ± 20 mmrise per metre length) to ensure thatcondensate dows not remain in thesleeve.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT Ø 80/125 WITHEXTENSIONS

    • Taking each extension to be used,fit the flue duct into the air ductand secure using the 3 screwsprovided.

    • For ease of measuring and marking the air/flue duct extensions, assemble them looselytogether with the air/flue duct andterminal assembly as shown(fig. 4.6).

    Note: The joints between the flue ductsections are of a push-fit type, withthe flue duct spigot inserted into asocket containing a sealing ring. Forease of installation lubricate the sealusing soap solution prior to assembling.• Assemble the flue such that there

    is a gap of about 10 mm betweeneach air duct, which will ensurethe correct flue duct penetrationinto the flue sockets of 30 mm. All flue sockets should pointtowards the flue terminal.

    • Measure from the flue terminaland mark the air duct to a lengthof:Dimension A + 60 mm

    • Take the extension(s) to be shortened and remove the3 screws. Separate the ducts.

    Note: For assembly reasons do notshorten any air duct to a length ofless than 100 mm. If necessary shorten two adjacent extensions toachieve the overall required length.• Cut the air duct square and

    remove any burrs.• Refit the flue duct into the air duct

    and secure using the 3 screws.• Cut the flue duct as detailed in

    fig. 4.7.• When cutting the air and flue

    ducts it is important to remove anyburrs with a file, this ensures easyfitting of the ducts and preventsany rough edges from damagingthe flue seals.

    • Care should be taken not toscratch the white surface of the airduct.

    • If the installation requires the useof air/flue duct extensions, additional bends or elbows referto the sections on pages 55 - 56.

    • At this stage it is necessary toprepare and fit the boiler onto thehanging bracket – refer to theboiler installation instructions.

    • Fit the appliance flue outletadaptor to the boiler.

    A

    Fig. 4.5 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    082

    /0

    10 mm

    Mark air duct here

    Dimension A + 20 mm

    Fig. 4.6 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

    084

    /0

    25 mm

    Mark flue duct here

    15 mm

    Fig. 4.7 LAS

    Euro

    B/S

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    • Push the assembled air/flue ductand terminal assembly through theflue exit hole until it protrudes 220 mm out from the outsidewall.

    • Ensure that the terminal is correctly positioned with the airinlet grille at the bottom.

    • Slide one of the two trim ringsover the air duct until it is flushwith the internal wall face.

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    INSTALLATION OF THE HORIZONTAL AIR/FLUE DUCT (80/125 Ø)

    8

    82 - 90

    253

    7

    4

    2

    3

    6

    750

    Fig. 4.9: Indirect installation

    Indirect installation• Fit the wall mounting (2).• Install the appliance (3) with

    reference to the installation andservicing instructions supplied withthe boiler.

    • Change the appliance connection-piece (4) as described onpage 28.

    • Join the 87° elbow to theappliance connection piece.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (7) firmlyinto place on the appropriateextensions (6).

    • Install the extensions and join theclutch sleeve to the 87° elbow.

    ☞ This section functionssubsequently as a separationpoint.

    • Join all separation points with theair-conduit fixing collars (8).

    ☞ See pages 55 et seq. for furtherdetails on the installation ofextensions and elbows.

    **

    *

    * = 750 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 530 mm ecoMAX pro(from top holes on bracket)

    * = 622 mm ecoTEC

    ** = 253 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    ** = 210 mm ecoMAX pro(from top holes on bracket)

    ** = 238 mm ecoTEC

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    1530

    880

    70

    650

    Vertical air/flue duct Accy. No.: 303 200 (black)

    Contents of the accessory:• Vertical air/flue duct and terminal

    assembly• Adapter (air) for Ø 110/125• 70 mm air duct clamp• Fixing bracket

    ☞ See page 39 et seq. for details ofair/flue duct elements.

    ☞ Observe the maximum fluelengths as detailed in table onpage 42.

    Fig. 5.1: Vertical roof duct GU_L

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    81/0

    The air/flue duct assembly may beconnected directly to the flue outleton top of the boiler.

    In addition to the vertical air/flueduct and terminal accessory, air/flueduct extensions can be added toincrease the length of the flue.

    Preparation

    • Determine the installation site forthe boiler with reference to theinstallation and servicinginstructions supplied with theboiler.

    • Ensure that all installation andservice clearances are availableand that the boiler flue can beinstalled as detailed in theseinstructions.

    • Determine the point where thevertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    ☞ Please note: The vertical air/flueduct and terminal accessory (Accy.No. 303 200) may be shortened.The outer ‘white’ duct should beshortened first, then the inner flueduct cut so that it protrudes 15 mmout of the air duct. In case ofinstallation directly to the boilerwithout elbows or bends, it isessential that the roof tile/collar isvertically aligned with the air/flueduct of the boiler.

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    750

    2

    3

    790

    740

    Ø125

    20 –

    50°

    5

    6

    8

    *

    7

    1

    0 - 5

    8

    4

    82 -

    90

    Fig. 5.2: Fitting the appliance and the vertical roof duct to a building with a pitched roof

    Pitched roof installation• Determine the point where the

    vertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    • Fit the adjustable pitched roof tile(1).

    • Working from above, insert thevertical roof duct (5) through theroofing tile and push it firmly intoplace.

    • Vertically align the roof duct andattach it to the roof structure withthe fixing bracket (6) supplied.

    • Fit the boiler hanging bracket (2).• Install the appliance (3) with

    reference to the installation andservicing instructions supplied withthe boiler.

    ☞ See pages 55 et seq. for furtherdetails on the installation ofextensions and elbows.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (4) firmlyinto place on the extension.

    • Join the vertical roof duct (5) tothe extension (7).

    • Join the sliding sleeve (4) to theappliance’s connection piece (8).This permits easy separationbetween the air/flue duct and theappliance.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of the flue/boilerclamp at the most convienientholes on the air duct clamp.(Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct).Screw the clamp to the air ductsof the flue assembly and the boilerusing the screws supplied.

    • Ensure that any air duct clampsused are positioned centrally andfixed to the air duct using the selftapping screws supplied.

    • Note: The air/duct clamp must notbe screwed to the bottom of thevertical air/flue duct and terminalaccessory to allow for any slightmovement in the roof structure.

    • Ensure that at least one pipeclamp supports the air/flue ductat each extension fitted.

    * = 190 mm ecoMAXcombination and system boilers

    * = 176 mm ecoMAX pro* = 125 mm ecoTEC

    750

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    880

    warm roofcold roof

    650

    Ø125

    ≥120

    2

    1

    5

    6

    7

    750

    7

    4

    82 -

    90

    Fig. 5.3: Fitting the appliance and vertical flue duct to a building with a flat roof

    Flat-roof installation• Determine the point where the

    vertical air/flue duct and terminalassembly will penetrate the roof.

    • Fit the flat roof penetration collar(1).

    • Stick the flat roof penetrationcollar firmly into place withadhesive in accordance with thecodes of practice for flat roofs (CP 144) to ensure a watertightseal.

    • Working from above, insert thevertical roof duct (5) through theflat roof collar and push it firmlyinto place.

    • Vertically align the roof duct andattach it to the roof structure withthe fixing bracket (6) supplied.

    • Fit the boiler hanging bracket (2).• Install the appliance (3) with

    reference to the installation andservicing instructions supplied withthe boiler.

    ☞ See pages 55 et seq. for furtherdetails on the installation ofextensions and elbows.

    • Push the sliding sleeve (4) firmlyinto place on the extension.

    • Join the vertical roof duct (5) tothe extension (7).

    • Join the sliding sleeve (4) to theappliance’s connection piece (8).This permits easy separationbetween the air/flue duct and theappliance.

    • Drill two holes 3 mm Ø throughthe air duct of the flue/boilerclamp at the most convienientholes on the air duct clamp.(Ensure that the drill does notpenetrate the inner flue duct).Screw the clamp to the air ductsof the flue assembly and the boilerusing the screws supplied.

    • Ensure that any air duct clampsused are positioned centrally andfixed to the air duct using the selftapping screws supplied.

    • Note: The air/duct clamp must notbe screwed to the bottom of thevertical air/flue duct and terminalaccessory to allow for any slightmovement in the roof structure.

    • Ensure that at least one pipeclamp supports the air/flue ductat each extension fitted.

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    FITTING AIR/FLUE DUCT EXTENSIONS

    How to add extensions

    Use a saw, tin-snips, etc. to cut tubesto size.

    ☞ No tools are required whenremoving previously-fittedextensions for cutting to size airand flue tubes separately. Whendoing so, the flue conduit shouldbe twisted into a position wherethe shoulders on the plastic tubecan be pushed through the spacer-piece. After cutting to size, refitthe flue conduit and secure it tothe air conduit.

    Tip:Start by measuring the requiredlength of air conduit* (Lair), and thencalculate the corresponding length offlue conduit (Lexhaust) as follows:

    Lexhaust = Lair + 40 mm

    Lexhaust = length of flue conduitLair = length of air conduit

    * Minimum length of air-conduitextension: 100 mm.

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    ☞ The seals are sensitive to mineraloil-based grease products. For thisreason, the seals must not begreased. If the seals need wettingto aid in installation, use wateronly.

    ☞ De-burr and file down any roughedges on the tubes before fitting inorder to prevent damage to theseals. Remove all metal filings andother debris.

    ☞ Do not use damaged or dentedtubes, as they will not form anadequate seal.

    ☞ Ensure that the seals remaincorrectly aligned when installingthe tubes. Do not fit damagedseals.

    ☞ Secure the exhaust conduit withthe fixing device in order to ensurethat it is correctly centred relativeto the air conduit.

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    Important:You must fasten extensions to theceiling or wall using pipe clamps.Use one clamp for each extension.

    Important:Where extensions are used, thesemust be installed with a slope of 3°±1° to ensure that condensate doesnot remain in the sleeve (equivalentto 50 mm ± 20 mm rise per metrelength).

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    FITTING AIR/FLUE DUCT EXTENSIONS

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of[in mm] air conduit

    [in mm]

    730 520735 525740 530745 535750 540755 545760 550765 555770 560775 565780 570785 575790 580795 585800 590805 595810 600815 605820 610825 615830 620835 625840 630845 635850 640855 645860 650865 655870 660875 665880 670885 675890 680895 685900 690905 695910 700915 705920 710925 715930 720935 725940 730

    505 295510 300515 305520 310525 315530 320535 325540 330545 335550 340555 345560 350565 355570 360575 365580 370585 375590 380595 385600 390605 395610 400615 405620 410625 415630 420635 425640 430645 435650 440655 445660 450665 455670 460675 465680 470685 475690 480695 485700 490705 495710 500715 505720 510725 515

    Table 6.1: Length of surplus with 90° elbows

    200, 205 0210, 0

    > 210 to not< 310 mm possible

    310 100315 105320 110325 115330 120335 125340 130345 135350 140355 145360 150365 155370 160375 165380 170385 175390 180395 185400 190405 195410 200415 205420 210425 215430 220435 225440 230445 235450 240455 245460 250465 255470 260475 265480 270485 275490 280495 285500 290

    How to install elbowsAccy. No.: 303 210Example:

    An offset of 400 mm is measured.This value is then used, along with thetable below, to determine the lengthof the air conduit (= 190 mm in thiscase).

    Important:This gives a correspondingexhaust-conduit length of 190 + 40 = 230 mm.

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    90 0 21095 0 215100 0 220

    > 100 to not< 170 mm possible

    170 100 290175 108 295180 115 300185 122 305190 129 310195 136 315200 143 320205 150 325210 157 330215 164 335220 171 340225 178 345230 185 350235 192 355240 199 360245 207 365250 214 370255 221 375260 228 380265 235 385270 242 390275 249 395280 256 400285 263 405290 270 410295 277 415300 284 420305 291 425310 298 430315 306 435320 313 440325 320 445330 327 450

    FITTING AIR/FLUE DUCT EXTENSIONS

    Offset Length of Height[in mm] air conduit [in mm]

    [in mm]

    Offset Length of Height[in mm] air conduit [in mm]

    [in mm]

    Table 6.2: Length of surplus with 45° bends

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    How to install elbowsAccy. No.: 303 211Example:

    An offset of 400 mm is measured.This value is then used, along with thetable below, to determine the lengthof the air conduit (= 284 mm) and theheight (= 420 mm).

    Important:This gives a correspondingexhaust-conduit length of 284 + 40 = 324 mm.

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    335 334 455340 341 460345 348 465350 355 470355 362 475360 369 480365 376 485370 383 490375 390 495380 397 500385 405 505390 412 510395 419 515400 426 520405 433 525410 440 530415 447 535420 454 540425 461 545430 468 550435 475 555440 482 560445 489 565450 496 570455 504 575460 511 580465 518 585470 525 590475 532 595480 539 600485 546 605490 553 610495 560 615500 567 620505 574 625510 581 630515 588 635520 596 640525 603 645530 610 650

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