1. Solid fuel burning appliances shall be
listed and installed in accordance with the terms of their listing.
2. The manufacturer's instructions shall be
left with the owner.
installation shall be made by licensed technicians experienced in making such
4. The installation
shall be such as to provide reasonable accessibility for: cleaning heating
surfaces; removing burners (multi-fuel and/or combination units); replacing
motors, controls, air filters, draft regulators, chimney connectors, and other
working parts; and adjusting, cleaning, and lubricating parts requiring such
attention. This requirement also pertains to stoker-fired units.
5. No combustible material may be placed
adjacent to the solid fuel burning appliance with less clearance than permitted
by the manufacturer, NFPA #211 or the Board's Rules.
6. Solid fuel burning units shall not be
installed where gasoline or any other flammable vapors or gases are likely to
be present unless the unit is a sealed combustion system for which the air is
taken from the outside.
a solid fuel appliance is installed to work in conjunction with an oil burning
appliance, the wiring of the oil burning appliance shall be brought into
compliance with the requirements of the Board's Rules before the unit is fired.
The wiring update must include the following where applicable:
A. Properly rated fuse or breaker;
B. Properly rated wiring;
C. Properly installed and located emergency
D. Properly installed and
located thermal electric switch;
Properly installed and located service switch; and
F. Properly installed and located low water