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IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR INSTALLING THE
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The cooker can be
installed
separately, a s a
freestanding
unit, or between kitchen u nits or between a
ki
t
c
h
e
n
unit and the
w
a
ll.
This appliance is not
connected
to devices which exhaust
combustion
pr
od
uc
t
s.
Special attention must be focused on the prescriptions described below regarding room aeration and ventilation.
The dimensions of the appliance are listed below:
LENGTH DEPTH HEIGHT
897mm 600mm 900mm (adjustable 870-940)
Room Ventilation
To ensure that the appliance operates correctly, the room where it is installed must be con
t
inuously ventilated. The room volume
should not be less than 25m3 and the quantity of air should be based on the regular combustion of gas and on the ventilation of the
room. Natural air will flow through permanent openings in the walls of the room to be ventilated. These openings will be connected
with the outside environment and should have a minimum cross-section defined by current national standards regarding room
ventilation (Fig. 02).
These openings should be built so that they cannot be clogged.
Indirect ventilation is also permitted by taking air from the rooms adjacent to the one to be ventilated.
Fig. 02
Location and Aeration
Gas cooking appliances must always evacuate the combustion products by means of hoods connected to chimneys, flues or
directly outside (Fig. 03). If a hood cannot be installed It is possible to use a fan installed on a window or directly facing outdoors, to
be operated together with the appliance ( Fig. 04), provided that there is strict compliance with the ventilation regulations.
Fig. 03 Fig. 04
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