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- 1 - TARA Instruction Manual

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- 4 - 30 Furnace Furnace door

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- 7 - E N G L I S H TECHNICAL DATA (Fig. 1 - fitting dimensions) This is a Design 1 fire and has a connection for fitting to a chimney that is equipped for other fires and boilers for solid and liquid fuels, insofar as the chimney dimensions are in accordance with DIN 4705, Part 3. Exhaust values for multiple use of the chimney according to DIN 4705, Part 3 or to dimension the chimney according to DIN 4705, Part 2 Exhaust mass flow 7,4 g/s Exhaust temperature 218,8°C Minimum feed pressure at rated useful heat 12 Pa The owner of the small heating system or the authorised person for the small...

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- 8 - E N G L I S H 1. IMPORTANT INFORMATION Please read these instructions before installation and operation. Observe the national provisions and laws as well as the regulations and rules applicable locally. GENERAL WARNING AND SAFETY INFORMATION Observe the introductory general warning information - Read the entire manual thoroughly before putting the stove into service. - Only approved transport equipment with sufficient load carrying capacity may be used with your heating appliance. - Your heating appliance is not suitable for use as a ladder or stationary scaffolding. - The burning of...

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- 9 - E N G L I S H 1.3 Observe the formation of flue gas (atmospheric inversion) and draughts when the weather is unfavourable. Infeed of too little combustion air can lead to smoke in the rooms or to flue gas leaks. Hazardous deposits in the stove and chimney may also occur. If flue gas escapes, let the fire burn out and check whether all the air inlet openings are free and the flue gas pipes and the stove pipe are clean. If in doubt notify the master chimney sweep since draught malfunctions may be connected to your chimney. 1.4 Push the embers together to form a firebed when you add new...

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- 10 - E N G L I S H 2. BRIEF HEATING INFORMATION SUITABLE FUELS Your stove is generally suitable for burning dry firewood. You can also burn fuels such as wood briquettes. Only use dry fuel (moisture content between 14 and 18 %). Burning waste of any kind, particularly plastic, damages your stove and chimney and is prohibited by the emission reduction laws. FUEL QUANTITIES The stove is fitted with a construction-specific flat firebox. This means only one layer of fuel may be laid on the base embers. Please observe that adding greater quantities of fuel leads to emission of more heat and...

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- 11 - E N G L I S H Facing the challenges of our times means assuming responsibility. Maintaining our natural world is now one of our most important tasks. Our products represent developments according to the state of the art. This is the main precondition for clean, efficient and problem-free working of our stoves. CLEAN BURNING Clean combustion requires: 1. DRY AND UNTREATED FIREWOOD. Guideline between 14 % and 18 % relative wood moisture. Wood stored dry and ventilated for 2 – 3 years. A stove is not a waste incinerator. The warranty lapses if waste or non-approved materials such as...

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- 12 - E N G L I S H 3. INSTALLATION OF THE STOVE Before first commissioning or after changing the location of the fire, cleaning and service work, ensure that the flue plate, as well as the wood stop (Fig. Combustion chamber, Part 22 and 24) is in the correct position. When using a flue pipe with throttle valve, the throttle valve must be open. Care must be taken with this fire that the flue draught reaches at least the prescribed value (> 10 Pa). Should problems arise here, please contact your master chimney sweep. CONNECTING THE STOVE Proceed as follows for new connections in a...

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- 13 - E N G L I S H 4. OPERATION FIRE LIGHTING To reduce the emission of pollutants as far as possible, we ask you to observe the following instructions for the sake of the environment. 1. If the stove and chimney are still cold or if there is atmospheric low pressure, we recommend burning some paper initially to remove the cold from the stove and chimney. 2. To light the fire, place uncoated paper at the bottom of the combustion chamber, then 0.5 kg softwood chippings and 1 kg wood (3 small logs). Turn the regulator knob to the right to fire lighting setting; primary and secondary air are...

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- 14 - E N G L I S H THE STOVE COATING ONLY CURES COMPLETELY ON INITIAL USE DUE TO THE HEAT - Do not touch the surface during heating. It is still soft. - Our coatings are harmless according to TÜV report; a hazard to health can be ruled out. However, we recommend airing the flat after initial heating several times. - Heat the stove extensively – this shortens the curing time. - The curing of the surface is complete after some proper heating processes. Please see Chapter 2 for all information on the composition of firewood and correct heating. ASH DRAWER (part 32) The ash drawer is to be...

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- 15 - E N G L I S H 5. FITTING OPTIONS FITTING THE PANEL / SOAP STONE LID (ILLUSTRATED: PANEL) Your fire will only be delivered with side panels due to high weight of the soap stone panels. The soap stone lids will be packed separately and must be fitted after the fire has been set up. There are two designs here, one with the flue pipe connection at the top, and the option with soap stones for the flue pipe connection at the rear. Further details on fitting the soap stone lid can be found in the appendix. Please take into consideration the individual lids for the soap stone panels have a...

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- 16 - E N G L I S H 6. MAINTENANCE AND CLEANING GENERAL MAINTENANCE Your stove TARA has been designed by our development team for minimum maintenance and very long service life. However some cleaning and checking of seals is necessary from time from time. The periods between inspections depend in particular on the quality of firewood you use and the frequency of use. All maintenance and cleaning work is only to be performed on completely cooled stoves. JUST TO RECAP Only use wood that has been stored well, is dry and untreated. Use the correct quantity of wood. Poor quality fuel may more...

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