How to connect the Alfa oven to the gas network or to the cylinder

Do you want to connect the oven to LPG or Natural Gas?

LPG OVENS

CONNECT THE LPG BOTTLE
Connect the flexible hose to the back of the oven.

 

PRESSURE REGULATOR (not included):

  • Gasflow:10Kg/h
  • Outletpressure:
    • Gas G30 28-30 mbar
    • Gas G31 30-37 mbar

 

FLEXIBLE HOSE (not included):

  1. Diameter 1/2”
  2. Length 1,5 m

 

BOTTLE
We recommend a bottle between 10 and 30 kg.

WARNING: Follow the advice for a proper use of a gas bottle.

  • Use a standard G30/G31 pressure regulator (notincluded) and a DN 12mm CE EN14800 hose.
  • LPG is heavier than air so any gas loss may collectin low spots.
  • The LPG bottle must always be installed, transported and stored in a vertical position: Handle with care and do not drop the bottle.
  • Make sure that the gas bottle is placed in a ventilated room away from other objects.
  • Never store a spare ga sbottle near the oven.
  • Do not leave or transport the LPG bottles to places where temperature scan reach 50°C (120°F) because they can get too hot to handle. (For example: never leave the gas bottle in the car on a hot day).
  • Treat empty gas bottles as carefully as full ones. Even if there is no more liquid in the bottle, there is maybe some gas left. Always turn off the valve before disconnecting the bottle.
  • Make sure that the LPG bottle or the regulator valve is shut off. Change the gas bottle away from heat source and with the oven off.
  • Replace the gas pipe periodically, respecting the indicated deadline.
  • Only use LPG bottles.
  • Never twist the gas hose.
  • Before using the oven, check that the hose does not have any marks, cracks, abrasions or cuts. If it is damaged, do not use the oven.
  • Always check the gas connections before using the oven.

Apply some soapy water to the entire assembly. Turn on the valve without igniting the appliance; if there are no bubbles then you can proceed with the ignition.

If a leak is detected, replace the part immediately.

Turn the bottle so that the valve opening faces the rear of the oven.

NATURAL GAS OVENS

  • The natural gas supply must be made with Ø 1/2ʺ galvanized pipe (A) or copper pipe (B) to fit into the burner inlet hole. Alternatively, use a (C) flexible connection pipe between the oven and the wall power supply.
  • Install the gas tap (D)
  • Connect the hose to the back of the oven.

 

WARNING: Follow the advice for a proper use of the oven.

  • Check all the gas connections before using the oven.
  • Make sure the gas tap is turned off when the oven is not being used and during maintenance or
    cleaning.
  • Replace the gas hose every 2/3 years.
  • Never twist the gas hose.
  • Before using the oven, check that the hose does not have any marks, cracks, abrasions or cuts. If it is damaged, do not use the oven.

Apply some soapy water to the entire assembly. Turn on the valve without igniting the appliance; if there are no bubbles then you can proceed with the ignition.

If a leak is detected, replace the part immediately.