Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
* Is it true that I can mount the stoves (or thermostuffs) without a chimney?
No, all combustion appliances need outward exfoliation: in our case the ease of installation is ensured by the small diameter of the 80 mm smoke exhaust and the possibility of making the wall outlet in compliance with the Current legislation.
* Do stoves consume air inside the room?
For the combustion, the stoves must draw air from the outside. Where this is not possible, an appropriate air intake should be provided for the correct air exchange.
* Is it true that these stoves break easily?
Absolutely not: the stoves only need systematic maintenance and cleaning, operations that in our products do not take away, stopwatch at hand, more than 5 minutes every two to three days. Even extraordinary cleaning operations (of the tube bundle) are simplified by the presence of several inspection counters. In any case, we recommend annual inspection by our authorized technician.
* Inside the tank I can put what I want?
Absolutely not: just enter the fuel for which your stove has been calibrated (pellets, hazelnuts, shells). It is important to drain any residues from the tank at least once a month and when the stove remains unused for a long time.
* Is it necessary to run the ignition and calibration by specialized personnel?
For proper operation, it is strongly recommended that you contact your local technical support center (C.A.T.)
* Can I change when I want some kind of fuel?
Certainly, but you have to change the parameters. For the first time, you must contact our Technical Support Center to avoid any problems.
* How do I stock the fuel?
Just keep it in a dry place.
* How is the circulator installed in the water system?
We recommend mounting the circulator always on the return of the system, with the direction of rotation towards the boiler. It is clear that in all our boilers the delivery is the one placed in the top and the return corresponds instead with the attack from 1 '' down.
* What is needed to install a Pasian boiler?
80 mm smoke outlet set-up
Air intake in the room
Return and return connection from the 1 '' manifold
Attachment for system load
Automatic vent valve to be fitted on delivery
* Can the thermostuff operate without connection to the hydro-thermo-sanitary system?
Absolutely not: it would seriously jeopardize the functionality of the boiler itself.
* Does Thermostat also provide hot water?
It is possible to produce it using a quick heat exchanger or an accumulator boiler (see manuals for exact installation).
* Can I turn on the stove with an SMS?
Yes, if the (thermo) stove is equipped with the accessory (optional) called GSM modem.
* How do I calculate the required thermal power?
Calculation of the required thermal power is not quite easy, but you can do a rough idea of it using a simple formula: you need to multiply the volume of the dwelling (surface area * average height) with a coefficient called thermal coefficient. The thermal coefficient has a value that depends on the thermal insulation characteristics of the house and where it is geographically located between 30 and 50 Kcal / m3h.
* Is it possible to install a thermostuff or pellet and poly-fuel boiler on a floor system?
Of course, however, a buffer must be provided to manage and regulate the water temperature.
* Is the anti-condensate valve compulsory?
The anti-condensate valve serves to limit the formation of condensate in the return of the boiler: it is not mandatory but strongly advised.
* What is the Thermostatic Valve?
Installed on individual radiators allows adjusting the flow of water on each of them.
Do I always have to use the same type of pellet?
Absolutely NO, different types of pellets can be used, provided they are certified and of quality and with comparable dimensional characteristics. Our products can then burn many other types of fuel. It is important, however, to remember that different fuels may require a calibration of the combustion parameters.
Where can i save pellets?
It is important that it is a cool and dry place
* A pellet thermostat emits hot air
Normally, pellet thermostats are designed to exchange much of the heat produced by plant water: only a small part is injected as an irradiation. Some models are also equipped with an ambient fan that allows even larger environments to warm up.