The add-on unit should only be installed on a furnace duct system and chimney that are in good operating condition. If exhaust fans are installed in the storage area they should not create negative pressures in the room where the solid fuel-burning appliance is located. On a belt-driven system, blower and motor pulleys may be changed but the electrical current flowing through the motor cannot exceed the nameplate rating. On a direct-drive system, the motor should not be changed, however, the speed of the motor may be increased. The blower cannot be changed. This equipment should be installed, acceptable to regulatory authority, by experienced licensed personnel.
Establish a routine for the storage of fuel, care of the appliance, and firing techniques. Check daily for creosote build-up until experience shows how often cleaning is necessary.
Be aware that the hotter the fire, the less creosote is deposited, and that weekly cleaning may be necessary in mild weathe , even though monthly cleaning may be enough in the coldest months. A small intense fire is preferable to a large smoldering fire to reduce the amount o creosote deposition. The installation should comply with requirements of CAN/CSA-B365, and changes to the installation should comply with CSA-B139 (for oil- fired), C22.1 (for electric), or CAN/CGA-B149.1 or CAN/CGA-B149.2 (for gas-fired) BURN WOOD ONLY!
Types of Wood to Use: We advise using only dry, seasoned hardwoods in your Shelter Furnace rather than high resin woods such as pine. Firewood should be cut at least one full season prior to the time of its intended use for optimum heat output. Firewood should be stacked to provide a free flow of air between the logs, thus allowing more rapid seasoning of the wood. Proper seasoning of wood requires exposure to sun and wind, and shelter from all precipitation. For strategies to best achieve this, please visit www.link.hy-c.com/ EPABurnWise1 and www.link.hy-c.com/EPABurnWise2 . FUEL RECOMMENDATIONS: SF1000E – 20-inch maximum log length Follow instructions included with the moisture meter that was supplied with this unit to make sure that you are using seasoned wood to achieve the cleanest burn and highest efficiency possible. When using the moisture mete , in addition to following the manufacturer’s instructions, look for readings under 25% moisture content. Seasoned wood will be a noticeably lighter weight than green wood, and generally has ends with visible cracks. For strategies to best store and season your wood, please visit www.link.hy-c.com/ EPABurnWise1 and www.link.hy-c.com/EPABurnWise2 . Use extreme caution when opening the door during operation; temperatures are extreme. Wait at least 10 seconds after releasing the latch, and then proceed to the fully open position. Opening the door in this manner is designed to eliminate the possibility of gaseous ignition. This wood heater needs periodic inspection and repair for proper operation. If you observe excessive smoke, check to be sure you are burning properly seasoned cordwood and that there are no gaps in the gaskets on the door of the unit. When it becomes necessary to replace the gaskets: • Order part number FCGSKT58 (fuel door) and/or FCGSKT12 (ash door) • Remove old gasket • Install new gasket in gasket channel of door • Cut off excess gasket, ensure that there is no gap where the ends of the gasket material meet Heat resistant gloves are recommended when opening the fuel door or emptying the ash pan. CAUTION: HOT SURFACES. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. DO NOT TOUCH DURING OPERATION.
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