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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS


Boston Rangehood Photo courtesy of TMA Kitchen Design

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Important Information

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Instructions for Models BSF / BCM / C / BAL

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Instructions for Models DAR / FAL / ICU / CUB

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Ducting Pieces

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Cleaning

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Guarantee & Exclusions

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Warranty

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION CONDARI PTY LTD makes over 120 different models of QASAIR and CONDOR Rangehoods plus many specials designed by architects and interior designers. It is important to follow the installation instructions for different models. The following is general advice for the installation of CONDOR Rangehoods and is meant as a guide. Firstly, there are many different cooking appliances on the market today and we list some here. Electric Eco, Ceramic hotplates, Teppanyaki plates and Induction hotplates, which need special cooking equipment. There are gas hotplates with four burners and a wok burner or fish burner of all different heat output. Many companies offer a vario system with individual two gas burners, a wok burner, electric ceramic hotplate, an electric griller or barbecue and an induction hotplate. There are three gas cooking appliances with an open flame griller or barbecue. Gas regulations require different heights for different brands of hoods. CONDOR hoods can be fitted between 1000 mm to 1400 mm above the barbecue. This is due to the fact they do not have plastic motors. 1. The installation of CONDOR Rangehoods must comply with the information in this booklet. CONDOR Rangehoods are designed and made to work efficiently over all domestic cookware available on the Australian market. 2. Every CONDOR Rangehood must be ducted to the outside atmosphere by the use of zinc-alume duct or non-porous and non-flammable materials. We do not recommend the use of any type of flexible ducting or plastic PVC piping (barbecue heat output will affect flexible ducting and cause it to desintegrate). Rangehoods must not be vented into a wall cavity or a ceiling space. This prevents a build up of grease, which can be a fire risk. Ensure the external outlet vent does not restrict the airflow in any way, as this may result in reduced performance. 3. CONDOR Rangehoods must be ducted in duct work equivalent to the outlet of the rangehood ie: The cross sectional area of the rangehood outlet and the duct work must be equal. Do not reduce the duct size or have sharp bends. Enlarge the duct size if the duct is to run 6 metres or longer. Advice from CONDOR is available to ensure optimum performance. Always use nonflammable materials to minimise the risk of fire in the duct at a later date. 4. Ensure all ducting pieces are correctly fitted and sealed with either duct tape or silicone to ensure that fumes do not escape into the ceiling space and seep into living areas through vents or light fittings. The installation and fitting of the rangehood should be done in such a way that will allow the unit to be removed if service is required. Additional costs incurred in the removal of wall tiles, damage to walls or bench tops are not covered by warranty. 5. Always adequately ventilate the room when the rangehood is in use at the same time as appliances burning gas or other fuels. 6. WARNING: Incorrect venting will result in additional noise and a reduction in efficiency. Exhaust air must not

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be discharged into any chimney or flue, which may carry combustible products from other sources. a) Do not discharge the air-flow from the rangehood into a flue used for exhausting fumes from burning gas or fuel; b) A reduction in ducting size will result in the motors eventually failing and will need replacement. c) For cleaning purposes please refer to page 20 of installation instructions for stainless steel; d) If cleaning is not carried out in accordance with the instructions as listed on page 20, you may have an increased risk of fire; e) Accessible parts of the rangehood may become hot when used with cooking appliances; f) This appliance is not intended for use by persons (including children) with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and knowledge, unless they have been given supervision or instruction concerning use of the appliance by a person responsible for their safety. 7. If the supply cord is damaged, an authorised service centre or licensed electrician must replace it. 8. NOTE: CONDOR recommend minimum air movement of 2000 cubic metres per hour and recommend up to 2700 cubic metres per hour over a barbecue, depending on the length of the duct run. Barbecues should be positioned under the centre of the hood where the fans are mounted and not near the outer edges where leakage may occur. Please also note barbecue lid position, as if it does not open to a 90 degree angle the smoke and by-products can be diverted forward and away from the rangehood catchment area. 9. The lights in the rangehoods are LED. 10. To reduce the risk of fixing screws coming in contact with live parts, do not drill or screw into the rangehood. Live wires are encapsulated where possible to prevent user contact. If necessary drill from the inside out and only through single sheet material. 11. CONDARI PTY LTD can manufacture rangehoods to be used over commercial cookers in domestic applications. NOTE: Installation must comply with local State & Council regulations.

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CONDOR WALL MOUNTED Prior to installation it will be necessary to ensure there is adequate space above the rangehood clear of structural beams for the ducting and that RANGE there are suitable INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CONDOR fixing points in the wall. Rangehood 50-60 kg plus ducting. To suit wallweight mounted models:

• Balmoral • Boston Recommended installation height above BBQ is 1000mm - 1200mm. • Cubica • Baltimore Proceedure:1. Determine hood position on wall 1000mm to 1400mm above barbecue.

1.2. Make wallRangehood. or ceiling penetration for the ducting. Unpack 2.3. Locate the power Mark centre line oncable wall. in the wall and exit the cable through the wall in the of the power being entryused, hole the on height the back of shroud the rangehood. 4. corresponding Mark base line position on wall (Note: if shroud of the will determine therear height of theofhood). 3. The panel the rangehood on the inside is covered with a soundproofing 5. panel Mark (perforated). the outlet hole Remove in the ceiling the flue and7mm cut out, removing obstructions thefor fixing bolts, hex socket any required. clear for the back flue (Note: using duct, mark and cut hole 4. Fixallowing through theaccess galvanized panelif to wallrear with suitable fixing bolts.at this time). 6. Remove the perforated rear panel in hood by removing bolts with a 7mm hex socket. 5. Replace perforated panel. 7. Drill fixing holes in rear of hood to suit available fixing points on wall making sure to get 6. Connect power to junction box. fixing as high and as wide as possible in Rangehood to avoid sagging from wall. (Please 7. Fitrefer off to ducting as required. willofmake special pieces on request. Rangehood diagram Condari for example possible fixingduct points) 8.8. DoRemove not reduce duct size . Do not use flexible plasticthe cover from rear mounting plate and fixducting. to wall at base height of hood

making sure this is level and exactly central. 9. Transfer fixing locations from hood to wall and drill fixing holes. Insert plugs to allow or use Dyna bolts as an alternative. 10. Locate position for power cable and drill hole for cable using a hole saw. Consult your electrician for his preferred location.

Perforated panels

7mm hex bolt head

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Electrical junction box

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11. Fit stainless flue to top of hood with 4 supplied fixing screws while hood is on ground to avoid having to drop stainless flue down through hole in the ceiling and causing possible damage to the flue. (If using shroud it can be fitted either at this stage or carefully after hood is on wall) 12. Remove fans if needed and lift hood up onto mounting bracket carefully guiding flue through hole in ceiling and bringing power cable into hood during this process. You will require up to 3 people for this lifting stage as hood is quite awkward and heavy to lift. 13. Screw or bolt hood to wall securely making sure hood is level and sitting properly on mounting bracket. It is advisable to have portable stands ready for this stage as hood will get quite heavy. 14. Refit perforated panel in the rear or the hood and refit fans if they have been removed. 15. Make electrical connection to junction box inside bottom right side of hood. 16. Extend ducting through roof to exterior and fit roof cowl making sure to seal roof penetration with preferred flashing material. (Note: there are several on the market to suit the type of roof you have, so consult your plumber for the best product to suit)

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BALMORAL Specification Sheet

BSF

BALMORAL (BSF)

Wall Mounted

Top Ducted

Top Ducted 45 0

0 25

Ce Ligh nt r t es

Bo dy

Wi d th

0 80

600

450

100

500

445

Top Ducted

40 0

200

X Minimum 25mm.

Back Ducted 800 45 0

100

5 19

Bo dy 93

Wi d th

Power Entry.

LED Lights Electrical connection is to be at the junction box inside the rangehood. All BSF rangehoods have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area.

The flues available for BSF rangehoods are The flues available for BSF rangehoods model No DL-BC BSFand andcome come lengths of are model No DL-BC inin lengths 600, 900 900, or 1200mm. of 600, or 1200mm.

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Model BSF 1000L-3 BSF 1200L-3 BSF 1500L-3

Body Width 1000mm 1200mm 1500mm

Lights 2 2 3

0 80

Light Centres 436mm 545mm 459mm

Filters Filter size 6 290 x 290mm 8 272 x 290mm 6 459 x 290mm Condor Rangehood Installation Instructions

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BOSTON Specification Sheet

BCM

BOSTON (BCM)

Wall Mounted Top Ducted

Top Ducted

0 45

0 25

Bo dy

Fa

Wi dth

nb

ox W

idt h

600 425

200

450

Back Ducted 40 0

Mi X nim 25 um 200 mm .

Top Ducted

800 45 0

17 5 10 0

Bo dy

93

Power Entry.

Wi d th

5 42

0 80

LED Lights Electrical connection is to be at the junction box inside the rangehood. All BCM rangehoods have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area.

The flues available for BCM rangehoods are The flues available for BCM rangehoods model No DL-BC BCM and come in lengths of are model No DL-BC and come in lengths 600, 900 or 1200mm. of 600, 900, or 1200mm. Body Width Model Fanbox Width BCM 1000L-3 1000mm 800mm BCM 1200L-3 1200mm 1000mm Condor Rangehood Installation 1500mm Instructions BCM 1500L-3 1300mm

No Lights 2 2 3

Light Centres 436mm 545mm 459mm

No Filters 6 8 6

Filter size 292 x 290mm 272 x 290mm 459 x 290mm Issue 01.08.2013

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CUBICA Specification Sheet

C CUBICA (C) - WALL MOUNTED

Wall Mounted

Switches on Right Hand End Panel. Back Ducted 10 0.0

120.0

500mm - Min 1160mm - Max 45 0

Bo dy

170 Minimum

250

Top Ducted

Wi dth

5 27

0 25

Bo dy 45 0

Wi dt h

0 80

Bo dy

Wi d th 0 80

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Model C 1000L-3 C 1200L-3 C 1500L-3

Body Width 1000mm 1200mm 1500mm

No Lights 2 2 3

LED Lights Electrical connection is to be at the junction box inside the rangehood. All island CUBICA rangehoods Have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area. Light Centres No Filters Filter size 436mm 6 290 x 290mm 545mm 8 272 x 290mm Condor Rangehood Installation Instructions 459mm 6 459 x 290mm Issue 01.08.2013


BALTIMORE Specification Sheet

BAL

BALTIMORE (BAL)

Wall Mounted

Top Ducted

Top Ducted

0.0 45 0 25

450

10 0

Bo dy

Wi d th

0 80

Back Ducted

395

100

450

700 800

40 0.0 Mi X nim 25 um mm

540

Top Ducted

45 0.0

20 0.0

14 5 10 0.0

Bo dy 93 5 39

Power Entry.

The availablefor forBaltimore BAL rangehoods are The flues flues available model No DL-BC BAL and come in lengths of rangehoods are model No DL-BC 600, 900 orin1200mm. and come lengths of 600, 900, or 1200mm.

Body Width Model BAL 1000L-3 1000mm BAL 1200L-3 1200mm 1500mm BAL Rangehood 1500L-3 Condor Installation Instructions

Wi d th

Lights 2 2 3

Light Centres 436mm 545mm 459mm

LED Lights Electrical connection is to be at the junction box inside the rangehood. All BALTIMORE rangehoods have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area. Filters Filter size 6 290 x 290mm 8 272 x 290mm 6 459 x 290mm

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INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS CONDOR RANGE To suit island models: • Darlington • Falcon • Cubica (Island) • Cubica (Undercupboard) It is recommended that the rangehood be mounted 100mm back from the edge of the benchtop. 1. The rangehood can be installed between 1000mm and 1400mm above the cooking surface. The installer should check for local requirements in case additional provisions apply. 2. It is advisable to remove fans for easier handling of unit by removing retaining bolts or clips and unplugging electrical connector. 3. Measure hole centres and duct size on top of the rangehood. This will vary with the hood size, model and number of fans fitted and will determine the ducting required. 4. Using a plumb line, mark the ceiling before making the cut out. Check for obstructions like electrical cables etc. 5. Cut two (2) supporting beams approximately 1.0m long and pre-drill hole centres so that the supporting beams are 90 degrees to the ceiling joists. 6. Fit 8mm all thread (threaded rod) through holes provided and secure with nuts and washers. 7. Level unit by tensioning the 8mm nuts. Do not over tighten. 8. Fit off ducting as required.

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ISLAND CONDOR INSTALLATION DETAILS

8mm NUT CEILING JOISTS

8mm WASHER

8mm ALLTHREAD

POWER ENTRY

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DARLINGTON Specification Sheet

DARLINGTON (DAR)

DAR

Island Mounted

859

1200

Overall Width

500mm - Min 1160mm - Max Allthread Fixing Points. 00 11 00 8 0 67

0 25

Bo Mo dy un Wi tin dth g 45 C en 0 tr e s

240v Power Entry

LED lights LED Lights. by 3-pin Electrical connection Electrical connection is to be at the plug and lead. junction box inside the rangehood. Minimum Height - 500mm. Maximum Height - 1160mm. Model

14DAR 1200L-3 DAR 1500L-3

All DARLINGTON rangehoods have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area.

Overall Width Body Width Mounting Centres No Lights Light Centres No Filters Filter size 1300mm 1200mm 1035mm 4 580mmRangehood 8 Installation 272Instructions x 290mm Condor 1600mm 1500mm 6 1335mm 4 730mm 459 x 290mm


FALCON Specification Sheet

FAL

FALCON (FAL)

Island Mounted

480mm - Min 1300mm - Max

0 50

120

120.0

Bo dy

Wi dth

0 50

0 80

Fa

Power Entry s dt h W i en t r e x o C g nb Fa ntin 450 u o M

80 0

n

h idt W x bo

W dy Bo

h idt

40 0.0 0 25

LED lights LED Lights Electrical connection is to at the Electrical connection bybe3-pin junction inside the rangehood. plug and box lead.

All FALCON rangehoods have 3 fans to ensure all smoke from the All-thread barbecue is removed from the Fixing Points. alfresco area. Body Width Model Fanbox Width Mounting Centres No Lights Light Centres No Filters Filter size FAL 1200L-3 1200mm 1000mm 900mm 580mm 8 272 x 290mm 2 1500mm 459mm 6 FAL 1500L-3 1300mm 1200mm 3 459 x 290mm 15 Condor Rangehood Installation Instructions Issue 01.08-2013


ISLAND CUBICA Specification Sheet

ICU

CUBICA (ICU) - ISLAND

Island Mounted

Switches on Right Hand End Panel.

500mm - Min 1160mm - Max

Alltread Fixing Points.

ht s Lig ntre h e C idt yW d Bo

0 70 0 25

Bo Mo dy un W tin g C idth 45 e ntr 0 es

0 35

Power Entry

W dy Bo

80 0

Model 16 ICU 1200L-3 ICU 1500L-3

h idt

LED lights LED Lights Electrical connection is to at the Electrical connection bybe3-pin junction box inside the rangehood. plug and lead.

All ISLAND CUBICA rangehoods Have 3 Fans to ensure all smoke from the barbecue is removed from the alfresco area.

Body Width 1200mm 1500mm

Mounting Centres 1100mm 1400mm

No Lights 2 3

Light Centres No Filters Filter size 544mm 8 272 xInstructions 290mm Condor Rangehood Installation 459mm 6 459 x 290mm


CUB Specification Sheet

CUB

Cupboard Cavity Mounted

CUBICA (CUB) - UNDERCUPBOARD Power entry 66 fix 5 Al ing l-t p o hre a 25 int d 0 s

d rea ints - th o All ing p fix 0 45

40

750

450

50 Fa

Bo dy

nb

ox W

800

idt h

LED lights Electrical connection by 3-pin plug and lead.

Wi dth

3 Fans, LED lights. Electrical Connection is to be at the Junction Box Inside the Rangehood. Condor Rangehood Installation Instructions

Model

Body Width

Fan box Width

Fixing Points

Lights

Light Centres

Filters

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Filter Size


CONDOR DUCTING

400.

DL-4 DL-4 S/S DL-4 C/P

All Condor ducting pieces are available in zincalume, stainless steel, colourbond material or powderkote colour.

401. HB-450X250 HB-450X250 S/S HB-450X250 C/P

402. VB-450X250 VB-450X250 S/S VB-450X250 C/P

403. HB-450X250/45 HB-450X250/45 S/S HB-450X250/45 C/P

404. VB-450X250/45 VB-450X250/45 S/S VB-450X250/45 C/P

405. BD/WV-H-450X250 BD/WV-H-450X250 S/S BD/WV-H-450X250 C/P

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CONDOR DUCTING

All Condor ducting pieces are available in zincalume, stainless steel, colourbond material or powderkote colour.

406. BD/WV-V-450X250 BD/WV-V-450X250 S/S BD/WV-V-450X250 C/P

407. RCB RCB S/S RCB C/P

408. RCBA RCBA S/S RCBA C/P

409. WVC-H-450X250 WVC-H-450X250 S/S WVC-H-450X250 C/P

410. WVC-V-450X250 WVC-V-450X250 S/S WVC-V-450X250 C/P

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FILTER CLEANING For the best results, please clean filters regularly. Condari recommends cleaning filters every 3-4 weeks, or immediately after heavy use. You can do this by hand washing in warm soapy water, or by placing filtres in the dishwasher. Condari does not recommend the use of any citrus or caustic products as this can cause corrosion on the metal filters.

RANGEHOOD CLEANING CONDOR rangehoods are made from stainless steel, either type 304 or type 316. • Type 304 is classified as 18/8 stainless steel • Type 316 is classified as 18/10 stainless steel. This means that the stainless is made of 18% nickel and either 8% or 10% of chromium respectively. Stainless steel gets its protective coating from the chromium oxidising in the air to form a protective surface of chromium oxide. This protective surface can be attacked by salt in the air and by salt water, and then corrosion can occur on the steel. It is important to clean and polish the stainless steel by hand, allowing the chromium to oxidise again. Therefore if the alfresco area is by the sea, one should take measures to protect the rangehood from corrosion. It is suggested to wipe the hood down with vegetable oil if it is left in the open for long periods of time.

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CONDARI PTY LTD APPLIANCE GUARANTEE The benefits conferred by this warranty are in addition to all other rights and remedies in respect of the product which the consumer has under the Trade Practices Act and similar state and territory laws. Condari P/L in Melbourne (and by their agency in Country Areas and other States) warrants that the appliance will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 36 months from the date of purchase of the appliance to the consumer. If there is a breach of this warranty, Condari will rectify, free of charge, at it’s nearest service centre or authorised service agency any fault caused by faulty workmanship or material at the time of manufacture occurring in the appliance within 36 months from the date of delivery of the appliance to the customer. This warranty is conditional upon the appliance being used only for personal, domestic and household purposes and installed and operated in accordance with CONDOR Instructions and does not apply to articles which by their nature are consumable. If a defect is caused by neglect, misuse, or failure to follow operating instructions where special precautions are detailed for user attention then a charge shall be made for the service call. For example: With the filters the user is specifically requested: • To clean filter regularly by handwashing or placing in a dishwasher at least once a month. • To turn off after each use. Where a claim is made under warranty, CONDOR reserves the right to determine whether or not the fault is caused by faulty workmanship or material or that the part is defective. The consumer shall be fully responsible for all expenses whatsoever incidental to the removal of parts from the unit or to their replacement. Interalia, such responsibility shall extend to damaged walls, tiles, fixtures and fittings whether or not the unit has been built into a cupboard and irrespective of the stage either of its installation or the fitting of any other item whatsoever in its vicinity. No other person, or firm or corporation is authorised by Condari to offer or give on its behalf any other greater warranty that given by Condari under this warranty.

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EXCLUSIONS There are some exclusions from the Condari Pty Ltd Guarantee. (on previous page) CONDOR Rangehoods are designed to be used over all domestic barbecues available in AUSTRALIA. QASAIR Rangehoods are not to be used over barbecues approved for outdoor use only. Outdoor barbecues will have a rating plate on them specifying that they are approved for outdoor use only and also a mega joule rating per burner or a total mega joule rating. In practice any barbecue or outdoor cooking appliance over 50 mega joule will need a specially made rangehood with an air movement exceeding 2000 cubic meters per hour. QASAIR have hoods to go over domestic cookers such as VIKING, WOLF and CAPITAL cooking appliances. These brands have a mega joule rating of up to 95 mj and therefore special hoods are required for the appliances. QASAIR will manufacture special rangehoods to go over commercial cooking appliances situated in domestic kitchens. Once the heat output is over 50 mega joule a special rangehood is required.

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STANDARD WARRANTY Date purchased Purchased from Model Serial No The purchaser must fill in the above information and keep this with the original purchase document. This form must be produced if and when a claim is made under this warranty. CONDOR Rangehoods are made in Ringwood, Australia. Tel: +61 3 9482 7088 Fax: +61 3 9482 7011 Email: sales@condari.com.au

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