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Movable Gas Appliances, ANSI Z21.69-(latest edition), and a quick-disconnect
device that complies with the Standard for Quick-Disconnect Devices for Use
with Gas Fuel, ANSI Z21.41-(latest edition). In Canada, the flexible connector
must be CGA approved and must comply with the CAN1 6.10.88. The quick
disconnect must comply with CAN1 69.9.M79. A restraint device must also be
installed (normally a cable) to guard against transmission of strain to the
connector. If a cable is to be used, it should be attached at the rear of the broiler
close to the right side.
C. Special care must be taken to ensure that the minimum clearances to
combustible construction are not reduced when the Broiler is rolled back into
position after cleaning or servicing. If it is necessary to disconnect the Broiler
while servicing, reconnection of the restraint device must be done after the
Broiler has been returned to its original position.
CHITWOOD BROILERS are gravity-type, direct-fired Broilers that depend on the free flow of
air into and out of the area surrounding the Broiler for proper operation. As with all open
broilers, the Broiler must be installed under a Class “1” Hood, using a properly rated Ansul
System for indoor use, or according to local standards.
It is important that the total ventilation system within the kitchen area be well balanced in
order to prevent excessive drafts within the burner area of the Broiler. Frequently, pilot
outage problems can be traced to excessive airflow created by either an excessive amount
of make-up air or exhaust flow.
NOTE: No attempt should be made to operate this appliance during a power failure
when installed indoors, due to the lack of proper ventilation from inoperable hood
A. Light pilots next to top burners. Adjustments to pilot flame height is made by
turning the appropriate pilot valve on main manifold. Flame height should be
approximately 1/8” and pilot head should be no more than 3/8” from burner.
B. With all top burner pilots lit, turn on and off each burner flame to make sure
lighting occurs within four seconds. Adjustment for burner flame is make by
turning air shutter to increase or decrease air mixture. After adjustment is made,
secure air shutter set screw.
C. Light the smoke box pilot; it should stay on (if necessary, adjust as stated in Step
A). Now turn on the valve to smoke box burner. Check for proper ignition and
see that the smoke box clears all parts of smoke box assembly.
D. Reattach front face if removal was necessary during adjustments.
E. Reinstall bottom grates with flat side up and evenly spaced.