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INSTALLATION MANUAL WF2000 GAS WALL FURNACE Inbuilt Console Employers and Employees Responsibility Safety First 1 The installation and maintenance of gas wall furnaces and flue systems, particularly at height, has the potential to create Occupational Health and Safety issues for those involved. Installers are advised to ensure they are familiar with relevant State and Federal legislation, such as Acts, Regulations, approved Codes of Practice and Australian Standards, which offer practical guidance on these health and safety issues. Compliance with these regulations will require appropriate work practices, equipment, training and qualification of workers. Seeley International provides the following information as a guide to contractors and employees to assist in minimising risk. Risk Assessment: A risk assessment of all hazardous tasks is required under legislation. A risk assessment is an essential element that should be conducted before the commencement of work, to identify and eliminate the risk of falls and other risks, or to minimise these risks by implementing control measures. This does not need to be a complicated process - it is a matter of assessing the job to be done and considering what actions are necessary so the person doing the job does not injure themselves. This should be considered in terms of: zWhat are the chances of an incident occurring? zWhat could the possible consequences be? zWhat can be done to reduce, or better still, eliminate the risk? Some points to consider when working on or in a roof: zWhat is the best and safest access to the roof and working areas? zWhat condition is the roof in? Should the roof structure and surface be checked? zDoes the worker have appropriate footwear? zAre all power cables/extension leads safe and appropriately rated? zAre all ladders, tools and equipment suitable and in good condition? zWhere ladders are to be used, is there a firm, stable base for them to stand on? Can they be tied or secured in some way at the top. zIs there a roof anchor to attach a harness and lanyard to? If so, instruction should be issued for the use of an approved harness or only suitably trained people used. zAre all tools and materials being used, prevented from slipping and falling onto a person at ground level? Is the area below the work area suitably protected to prevent people entering this area. zDoes the work schedule take into account weather conditions, allowing for work to be suspended in high winds, thunder storms/lightning or other types of weather giving wet, slippery surfaces? zIs there an on-going safety check system of harnesses, ropes, ladders and access/lifting equipment, and where they exist on roofs, anchor points before the commencement of work? zIs there a system which prevents employees from working on or in roofs if they are unwell or under the influence of drugs or alcohol? zAre there any special conditions to consider i.e. excessive roof pitch, limited ground area, fragile roof, electrical power lines? Other Important Requirements: zTHIS HEATER TO BE INSTALLED BY AN AUTHORISED PERSON ONLY zDO NOT Operate this appliance before reading the instruction booklet. zDO NOT Place articles on or against this appliance. zDO NOT Use or store flammable materials near this appliance. zDO NOT Operate this appliance with the front cover removed. Introduction and Spec's 2 INTRODUCTION zThese installation instructions cover the installation of Braemar WF2000 series gas wall furnaces. They apply to 30 and 40 MJ/hr, natural gas and propane, and inbuilt and console models. zFor console installations, one of the following "Console & Flue Cover Kits" is required: - Up to 3m ceiling height P/No 087818 - 3 to 3.6m ceiling height P/No 087825 zAn optional "Rear Register Kit" (P/No 085142) is available to direct up to 60% of the heated air flow to the rear. IMPORTANT zThe 30 MJ/hr wall furnace is intended for domestic applications and replacement of older wall furnaces. Due to its higher thermal efficiency and improved air distribution, it is suitable for replacement of older 40 MJ/hr models. zThe 40 MJ/hr wall furnace is suitable for heating very large areas and is not generally recommended for normal domestic applications due to the higher air flow rates. WALL FURNACE SPECIFICATIONS Natural gas Propane Injector Gas rate Test point Injector Gas rate Test point diameter pressure diameter pressure (mm) (MJ/hr) (kPa) (mm) (MJ/hr) (kPa) 30 MJ/hr WF2000-30N

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