Indoor Installation


This Capital Progrill BBQ Conforms with AS4563 and is suitable for indoor use when installed with an exhaust system complying with AS/NZS1668.1 & AS1668.2 For Australia LPG and Natural Gas Check your local building codes for the proper installation method of installation. In the absence of local codes, this unit should be installed in accordance with AS/NZS 5601 Gas Installation code and SAA Wiring Rules. In particular, refer to AS/NZS 5601 for pipe sizing details. DO NOT use the barbecue in buildings, garages, sheds, breezeway or other such as enclosed areas, without an approved ventilation system.
The installation can only be performed by a qualified installer and installed in accordance with AS/NZS 5601 Gas Installation code and SAA Wiring Rules. A qualified electrician is needed to install the required GPO’s for the BBQ, power to hood & to the interlock control
The grill is designed for easy placement into non-combustible material cabinetry., the grill drops into the opening and hangs from its side flanges. A deck is not required to support it from the bottom. Ensure the following minimum clearances to combustible materials:
• 300mm from the sides
• 300mm from the rear
• 300mm from the base
• 1200mm above the cooking surface to the rangehood.
The system acts as an interlock between the ventilation system and the gas solenoid valve. The interlock will isolate the gas supply, in the event that the mechanical ventilation system fails. In addition, the BBQ has a flame failure device fitted meaning if the flame goes out, the gas will be shut off. A high powered rangehood is necessary for this system to function.
The unit needs a standard 10amp GPO to facilitate the main power box of the system.
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