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Installation Instruction:

Models: J1812, S2505, F2901, A1108
Specifications

Stove Insert
WIDTH 25" / 625 mm 25" / 625 mm
DEPTH 25" / 625 mm 25" / 625 mm
HEIGHT 31" / 775 mm 23" / 585 mm
WEIGHT 225 lb. / 103 kg 200 lb. / 90 kg
FUEL CAPACITY 50 lb. / 22 kg 40 lb. / 18 kg
MOBILE HOME APPROVED APPROVED
BURN TIME 11 to 50 hours 9 to 40 hours
INPUT/HR* 40,000 BTU 40,000 BTU
FLUE DIAMETER 3" / 75 mm 3" / 75 mm


Fireplace Opening Requirements
WIDTH MIN 23" MAX 40"
HEIGHT MIN 19.5" MAX 31"
DEPTH MIN 16"
HEARTH REQUIREMENT MIN 11"
CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLES
TO BACKWALL 1" / 25 mm
TO CORNERS 1" / 25 mm
TO SIDEWALL (BAYWIN) 12" / 300 mm
TO SIDEWALL (XL) 5" / 125 mm
TO MANTLE 13" / 330 mm
ALCOVE MAX. DEPTH 30" / 762 mm
ALCOVE MIN. WIDTH 48" / 1220 mm
ALCOVE MIN. HEIGHT 48" / 1220 mm
FLOOR PROTECTOR 6" / 150 mm
ELECTRICAL REQUIREMENT 115 Volt / 3 amp
WITH SELF IGNITER 115 Volt / 6 amp
EPA STATUS EXEMPT
TESTING AND LISTED BY WARNOCK HERSEY

Dimensions:

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Pellet Venting Manual
This is a complete pellet stove venting installation manual which includes samples of illustrations of installation configurations.

  • CLEARANCES AND APPLICATIONS
    Pellet Vent and Pellet Vent for multi fuels
    is listed by Underwriters
    Laboratories as vent for listed oil-, pellet-, and
    corn-burning (multi-fuel) appliances. Pellet Vent
    is also listed as a masonry reliner, in which
    case the minimum clearance is 0” from vent to
    masonry, and 0” clearance from the masonry
    to nearby combustibles. Never fill any required
    clearance space with insulation or any other
    materials. Combustible materials include (but
    are not limited to) lumber, plywood,sheetrock,
    plaster and lath, furniture, curtains, electrical
    wiring, and building insulation of any kind. In
    the United States, the minimum clearance
    to combustibles from PelletVent is 1” for
    oil-burning, pellet-burning, and corn-burning
    (multi-fuel) applications.
    In Canada, the minimum clearance to combustibles
    for PelletVent is 1” for oil-burning
    applications, and 3” for pellet-burning and
    corn-burning (multi-fuel) applications. A major
    cause of vent related fires is failure to
    maintain required clearances (air spaces)
    to combustible materials. It is of the utmost
    Importance that double wall pellet vent be
    installed only in accordance with these
    Instructions.

  • IMPORTANT: CORN-BURNING and
    muliti -fuel APPLIANCES

    For corn-burning and multi-fuel appliances, it is
    required that you use PelletVent for multi-fuels,
    which has been constructed to better withstand
    the more corrosive exhaust of appliances that
    burn multi-fuels, such as corn. Refer to the
    table below for the list of available PelletVent
    for multi-fuel components.
    For other components not listed (components
    not in contact with exhaust gases), use a regular
    PelletVent component (examples: Support
    Boxes, Tee Support
    Bracket, Flashing).
    CornVent Parts List (available in 3” and 4”
    diameter)
    Pipe Sections: 6”, 12”, 24”, 36”, 60” lengths
    Adjustable Length Pipe
    Stovetop Pipe Adapter
    45 & 90 Degree Elbows
    Single Tee with Clean-Out Adapter
    Clean-Out Adapter
    Vertical Cap
    Round and Square Horizontal Caps
    Wall Thimble

  • VENT LISTING
    PelletVent and PelletVent for multi-fuels are
    listed (listing numbers MH8381 & MH14420)
    to the American standard UL 641 Type L Low
    Temperature Venting Systems. PelletVent
    is also listed to the Canadian standards ULC
    S609 Standard for Low Temperature Vents
    Type L and ULC/ORD-C441 Standard for Pellet
    Vents.

  • INSTALLATION NOTES
    For the purpose of these instructions, Pellet-
    Vent will collectively include PelletVent
    and PelletVent for multi-fuels, unless Pellet-
    Vent for multi-fuels is specifically called out.
    Proper planning for your PelletVent installation
    will result in greater safety, efficiency, and
    convenience,saving both time and money. Use
    only authorized DuraVent PelletVent
    listed parts. Do not install damaged parts.
    When installing a corn-burning and multi-fuel
    appliance or an appliance that can burn both
    pellets and corn, use PelletVent for multi-fuel
    parts as specified above.

  • 1. WARNING:
     When passing through ceilings
    and walls, make sure all combustible
    materials and building insulation products are
    a minimum of 1” from the vent pipe (minimum
    5 of 3” in Canada when used on pellet- or cornburning
    appliances).
    2. When exiting through walls, make sure
    NFPA rules are followed for distance
    from windows and openings.
    3. Do not mix and match with other products or
    improvised solutions.
    4. Practice good workmanship. Sloppy work
    could jeopardize your PelletVent
    installation.
    5. Never use a vent with an inside diameter
    that is smaller than the appliance flue outlet.
    6. Multistory: Where PelletVent passes through
    the ceiling, use DuraVent Firestop/Support
    assembly.
    7. PelletVent placement: When deciding the
    location of your stove and vent, try to minimize
    the alteration and reframing of structural components
    of the building.
    8. Sections of pipe are connected to each
    other by pushing them firmly together and
    twisting. Screws are not required. If however,
    screws are desired, use 1/4”-long sheet metal
    screws. Under no circumstances, penetrate
    the inner liner with screws.
    9. RTV Sealant may be required at all vent
    joints. Refer to Appliance manufacturer.
    10. Never install single-wall pipe to freestanding
    pellet stoves. Single-wall pipe may be connected
    to a fireplace insert, provided it is inside
    the fireplace, and the fireplace has completely
    sealed surroundings.
    11. Do not connect B-Vent pipe with aluminum
    liners to pellet appliances.
    12. Inspections: Using pelletized fuel does not
    eliminate the need for inspection and cleaning.
    During the heating season, inspect monthly,
    and clean at least once a year.

  • TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT YOU MAY NEED
    Eye Protection High-Temperature Waterproof
    (RTV) Sealant
    Gloves Tape Measure
    Screwdriver Saber or Keyhole Saw Hammer

  • PERMITS
    Contact your local building department or fire
    officials regarding any needed
    permits, restrictions, and installation inspection
    requirements in your area.

  • GENERAL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
    PelletVent and PelletVent for multi-fuels
    are listed with a minimum 1” clearance to
    combustibles (3” clearance in Canada when
    used on pellet- or corn-burning and multi-fuel
    appliances),however, the Ceiling Support/Firestop
    Spacer, Cathedral Ceiling Support Box,
    Wall Thimble and Tee Support Brackets are
    manufactured to satisfy the clearance
    requirements of both US and Canada.



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