Old Schrader I refinished and a few questions

ShanefromMO Posted By ShanefromMO, Feb 13, 2018 at 10:07 PM

  1. ShanefromMO

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    I have a few questions on this ole boy and the installation

    Does anyone know the Model?

    For the wall heat shield, how far on each side of the stove does it need to extend if any?

    This is not a UL listed stove. It will be sitting on a tile floor. Will a type 2 floor protector work?
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  2. begreen

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    Is the tile on a concrete slab or on a combustible subfloor? If combustible then a type 2 hearth protector should suffice. If slab then there are no combustibles involved and no need for the additional protection. When a proper, ventilated, NFPA211 wall shielding is used here it must protect beyond the stove with a hypotenuse of 36" in order to achieve a clearance reduction.
     
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    It is not on concrete, so from what I read and understood, it needed a protector. I just didn't know if I was reading right, and a protector would work since it is not a UL listed stove. I still don't understand on the wall shield though. I believe I understand how and what to use, just not how far it must extend on each side of the stove.
     
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    Are you concerned about rear or side wall protection, or both?
     
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    Only the rear wall. I have nothing on the sides. Question is, on the rear wall shield, how much wider must it be than the stove?
     
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    This is my understanding of the NFPA requirement for an unlisted stove wall shield. I think the width could safely be reduced by attaching a rear shield (with air gap) to the rear of the stove, but this would be in untested territory. Code wonks feel free to correct if I have this interpretation wrong.

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    That's correct, also shield height. Basically anything that measures 36 inches to a stove surface must be protected. One thing wrong with the diagram above is the minimum 12 inch clearance is measured to the wall, not the shield.

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    Thanks, I understand the rear clearance now.
     
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    Yes, good eye. I rushed that drawing.
     

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