Location of the Certification Label
Since the information given on the certification label affixed to the appliance always overrides the
information published in any other media (owner’s manual, catalogues, flyers, magazines or web
sites) it is important to refer to it to have a safe and compliant installation. In addition, you will find
information about your zero clearance wood inbuilt (model, serial number, etc.). You can find the
certification label inside the wood inbuilt, on the right side when facing it.
We recommend that you note the wood inbuilt’s serial number on this manual, since it will be
needed to precisely identify the version of the appliance in the event you require replacement parts
or technical assistance.
Clearances to Heat-Sensitive Materials
The clearances shown in this section have been determined by test according to procedures set
out in safety standards AS/NZS 2918:2001. When the zero clearance wood inbuilt is installed so
that its surfaces are at or beyond the minimum clearances specified, combustible surfaces will not
overheat under normal and even abnormal operating conditions.
• NO PART OF THE ZERO CLEARANCE WOOD INBUILT MAY BE LOCATED CLOSER
TO COMBUSTIBLES THAN THE MINIMUM CLEARANCE FIGURES GIVEN.
The appliance must be built into an enclosure with the front wall made from a minimum 9 mm non-
combustible material (Bellis board or similar), the side and rear walls, which can be made from
combustible material, shall be a minimum of 70 mm from the side and rear of the appliance outer