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Scottish Statutory Instruments

2009 No. 214

CLEAN AIR

The Smoke Control Areas (Exempt Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 2009

Made

3rd June 2009

Laid before the Scottish Parliament

4th June 2009

Coming into force

29th June 2009

The Scottish Ministers make the following Order in exercise of the powers conferred by section 21 of the Clean Air Act 1993(1) and all other powers enabling them to do so.

In accordance with that section, they are satisfied that the classes of fireplace exempted by this Order can be used for burning fuel other than authorised fuels(2) without producing any smoke or a substantial quantity of smoke.

Citation, commencement and extent

1.—(1) This Order may be cited as the Smoke Control Areas (Exempt Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 2009 and comes into force on 29th June 2009.

(2) This Order extends to Scotland only.

Fireplaces exempted from section 20 of the Clean Air Act 1993

2.  The fireplaces described in Schedule 1 which comply with the conditions specified in relation to each of them in that Schedule are exempt from the provisions of section 20 (prohibition on emission of smoke in smoke control area) of the Clean Air Act 1993.

Revocations

3.  The Orders specified in Schedule 2 are revoked.

R CUNNINGHAM

Authorised to sign by the Scottish Ministers

St Andrew’s House,

Edinburgh

3rd June 2009

Article 2

SCHEDULE 1Exempted fireplaces

FireplaceConditions
The fireplace must be installed, maintained and operated in accordance with the following specificationsFuels that must be used (other than authorised fuels)

1.  Any fireplace specially designed or adapted for combustion of liquid fuel and equipped with mechanical stokers.

The fuel for which the mechanical stoker was designed.

2.  Any fireplace (other than a fireplace fired by pulverised fuel) constructed on or after 31st December 1956 and installed before 28th April 1982 and equipped with mechanical stokers, or adapted between those dates for use with such stokers.

The fuel for which the mechanical stoker was designed.

3.  Any fireplace designed to burn coal (other than a fireplace fired by pulverised coal) with a heating capacity exceeding 150,000 British thermal units per hour constructed and installed on or after 31st December 1956 and equipped with mechanical stokers or adapted on or after that date for use with such stokers.

The fuel for which the mechanical stoker was designed.

4.  The APE Saffire Boiler (in the sizes, expressed in British Thermal Units (BTUs) per hour, as 1M to 8M, 10M and 12M) manufactured by Air Pollution Engineering Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 27th August 1982 and bearing the reference “SAF 250-3000/HW & /S.”.Sawdust, or shavings, or mixtures of sawdust, shavings and off-cuts, being fuel containing (by weight) not more than 1 per cent of plastic material.

5.  The Apollo incinerator types 10, 25 and 50 manufactured by Apollo Incineration Systems Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 2nd November 1992 and bearing the reference “Apollo 10-25-50”.Wood, wood shavings, cardboard and polythene.

6.  The Babcock Worsley Fluidised Bed Combuster manufactured by Babcock Robey Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 30th April 1986 and which bear the reference “No. C06/0016”.

The fireplace shall be operated as a single unit with–

(a)

the Tollemache Drier manufactured by Newell Dunford Limited; and

(b)

The Venturi Scrubber manufactured by Air Pollution Control Limited.

The waste derived fuel recommended in the manufacturer’s instructions.

7.  The B9 Energy Wood Chip Gasifier Unit manufactured by B9 Energy Biomass Limited, Unit 22, Northland Road Industrial Estate, Londonderry, Northern Ireland.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 2002 and bearing the reference “001/B9ENERGYBIOMASS”.Untreated wood chips; shredded wood; or small untreated pieces of wood.

8.  The Beech Wood Fired Pizza Oven manufactured by Beech Wood Fired Ovens, Brisbane, Australia.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 3rd March 2000 and bearing the reference “BBP236UK”.Untreated dry hardwood.

9.  The Binder Wood Fired Boiler models RRK 22–49 (49 kW output) manufactured by Binder Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Austria.

The manufacturer’s and Wood Energy Limited’s instructions “Binder Equipment Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance” dated 17th May 2005, reference WELBinderManualrev0.doc, revision 0.Wood pellets or wood chips.

10.  The Binder Wood Fired Boiler models RRK 80–175 (75–149 kW output) with cyclone models ZA 80–175 manufactured by Binder Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Austria.

The manufacturer’s and Wood Energy Limited’s instructions “Binder Equipment Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance” dated 17th May 2005, reference WELBinderManualrev0.doc, revision 0.Wood pellets or wood chips.

11.  The Binder Wood Fired Boiler models RRK 130–250 (185–230 kW output), RRK 200–350 (250–300 kW output), RRK 400–600 (350–500 kW output) and RRK 640–850 (650–840 kW output) with cyclone model type ZA manufactured by Binder Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Austria.

The manufacturer’s and Wood Energy Limited’s instructions “Binder Equipment Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance” dated 17th May 2005, reference WELBinderManualrev0.doc, revision 0.Wood pellets or wood chips.

12.  The Binder Wood Fired Boiler model RRK 1000 (1200 kW output) with multi-cyclone model MZA manufactured by Binder Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Austria.

The manufacturer’s and Wood Energy Limited’s instructions “Binder Equipment Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance” dated 17th May 2005, reference WELBinderManualrev0.doc, revision 0.Wood pellets or wood chips.

13.  Biomatic 220 and 250 fitted with Zyklovent 220–250 cyclone separator manufactured by HERZ Armaturen GmbH, Geschäftsbereich HERZ, Feuerungstechnik, A-8272 Sebersdorf 138, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated April 2005, reference Bedienungsanleitung Englisch v2.0 doc.Chipped wood, wood pellets or planed wood shavings.

14.  Biomatic 300, 350, 400 and 500 fitted with Zyklovent 300–500 cyclone separator manufactured by HERZ Armaturen GmbH, Geschäftsbereich HERZ, Feuerungstechnik, A-8272 Sebersdorf 138, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated April 2005, reference Bedienungsanleitung Englisch v2.0 doc.Chipped wood, wood pellets or planed wood shavings.

15.  Broag-Gilles HPK-RA 13 kW, 15 kW, 20 kW, 25 kW, 30 kW, 35 kW, 40 kW, 45 kW, 49 kW, 60 kW, 70 kW, 75 kW, 85 kW, 95 kW, 100 kW, 120 kW and 145 kW, all manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated January 2007, reference Broag-Gilles/0-145/1.Wood pellets or wood chips.

16.  Broag-Gilles HPK USK 150 kW, 180 kW, 240 kW and 300 kW, manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated January 2007, reference Broag-Gilles/150-300/1.Wood pellets or wood chips.

17.  The CBR Flexifuel Heater, models 150 and 200 manufactured by CBR Fabrications Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions, which bear the reference “FF/CBR FLEXIFUEL 150/200 1989”.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

18.  The CBR Flexifuel Heater, models 300, 400 and 600 manufactured by CBR Fabrications Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions, which bear the reference “FF/CBR FLEXIFUEL 1987”.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

19.  The CBR Turbo Heat, models 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 and 800 manufactured by CBR Fabrications Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions, which bear the reference “CBR Turbo Heat 88”.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

20.  The Clearview models 650 and 750, and the Vision 500 model, manufactured by Clearview Stoves of More Works, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5HH.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1st January 1993 and, in the case of the Clearview models 650 and 750, bearing the reference “1/42” and, in the case of the Vision 500 model, bearing the reference “V1/42”.Firewood which has been split, stacked and air dried.

21.  The Clearview Pioneer 400, Solution 400 and Pioneer Oven wood burning stoves fitted with a tamperproof mechanical stop on the air slide/damper manufactured by Clearview Stoves of More Works, Bishops Castle, Shropshire, SY9 5HH.

The manufacturer’s instructions “Operating Instructions Clearview Vision/Vision Inset/Pioneer & Solution” dated 1st July 2006, reference V1/42, stamped and signed “Smoke Control”.Air-dried wood logs.

22.  The Corsair 300HW, 500HW and 750HW boilers manufactured by Erithglen Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions: reference “001 August 1985”.

23.  The Cronspisen stove, using the five channel chimney system, manufactured by Cronspisen Produktion AB.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “January 1992. Serial No: UM 351B”.Firewood that has been split, stacked and air-dried.

24.  CTC Ecoflex 15 and 20 manufactured by Enertech AB, Box 313, S-341 26 Ljungby, Sweden.

Instruction Manual referenced “161 505 27 06/1” and dated 20/02/2007.Wood pellets.

25.  The Defiant Encore manufactured by VCW International Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated November 1991 bearing the reference “200-8632”.Firewood that has been split, stacked and air-dried.

26.  Dovre 250 (model number DV-250) manufactured by Dovre NV, Nijverheidsstraat 18, BE-2381 Weelde, Belgium.

Instruction manual reference “PM 250 Issue 1”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 75 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

27.  The Dovre woodstove models 500CBW and 700CBW manufactured by Dovre Castings Limited, including those models referred to by their former reference numbers, 500G and 700G respectively.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated October 1995 bearing the following references:–

(a)

for model 500G: “500G”; and

(b)

for model 700G: “700G”.

Wood.

28.  The Dunsley Yorkshire Stove manufactured by Dunsley Heat Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 5th August 1998, reference A/22160 as amended by those dated 4th December 2004, reference D13.

Untreated dry wood.

Peat or peat briquettes with, in either case, less than 25 per cent moisture.

Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent of the total weight.

CPL Wildfire, manufactured by Coal Products Limited, Immingham, which comprise bituminous coal with a volatile content of 32–36 per cent (as to approximately 96 per cent of the total weight) and a cold cure resin binder (as to the remaining weight); are manufactured from those constituents by a process involving roll-pressing; have an average weight of either 80–90 grammes or 160–170 grammes; and have a sulphur content not exceeding 1.8 per cent of the total weight.

29.  The Dunsley Yorkshire Multifuel Stove manufactured by Dunsley Heat Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 5th August 1998, reference A/22160 as amended by those dated 4th December 2004, reference D13.

Untreated dry wood.

Peat or peat briquettes with, in either case, less than 25 per cent moisture.

Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent of the total weight.

CPL Wildfire, manufactured by Coal Products Limited, Immingham, which comprise bituminous coal with a volatile content of 32–36 per cent (as to approximately 96 per cent of the total weight) and a cold cure resin binder (as to the remaining weight); are manufactured from those constituents by a process involving roll-pressing; have an average weight of either 80–90 grammes or 160–170 grammes; and have a sulphur content not exceeding 1.8 per cent of the total weight.

30.  The Dunsley Yorkshire Multifuel Stove and Boiler manufactured by Dunsley Heat Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 4th October 2004, reference GHD/DUN4B/1.

Untreated dry wood.

Peat or peat briquettes with, in either case, less than 25 per cent moisture.

Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany and comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent of the total weight.

CPL Wildfire, manufactured by Coal Products Limited, Immingham, which comprise bituminous coal with a volatile content of 32–36 per cent (as to approximately 96 per cent of the total weight) and a cold cure resin binder (as to the remaining weight); are manufactured from those constituents by a process involving roll-pressing; have an average weight of between 80–90 grammes or between 160–170 grammes; and have a sulphur content not exceeding 1.8 per cent of the total weight.

31.  The Dunsley Yorkshire Woodburning Stove manufactured by Dunsley Heat Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 4th December 2004, reference D13W.Untreated dry wood.

32.  The Dunsley Yorkshire Woodburning Stove and Boiler manufactured by Dunsley Heat Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 4th December 2004, reference D13W together with the manufacturer’s instructions dated 4th October 2004 reference GHD/DUN4B/1.Untreated dry wood.

33.  The Eclipse Junior, Standard, Senior, Jumbo 30 and Jumbo 50 incinerators manufactured by Northern Incinerators Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 21st June 1988 and which bear the reference “NORCIN/TECH/88”.Fuel consisting of paper, cardboard cartons, scrap wood, foliage, combustible floor sweepings and other waste from domestic, commercial and industrial activities containing no more than 20 per cent of restaurant and cafeteria waste, and containing less than 5 per cent by weight of coated papers, plastic or rubber waste.

34.  The Extraflame:

  • Babyfiamma,

  • Bella and Bella Lux,

  • Clementina,

  • Comfort Maxi,

  • Contessa,

  • Divina, Divina Plus and Divina Steel,

  • Duchessa and Duchessa Steel,

  • Ecologica,

  • Esmeralda and Esmeralda Crystal,

  • Falò 1CP, Falò 2CP and Falò 1XP,

  • Isabella,

  • Karolina,

  • Preziosa,

all of which are manufactured by Extraflame S.p.a. in Montecchio Precalcino (Vicenza), Italy.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated 5th March 2007, reference 004275101 011.Wood pellets.

35.  The Extraflame Comfort Mini manufactured by Extraflame S.p.a. in Montecchio Precalcino (Vicenza), Italy.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated 2nd October 2006, reference 004275115 REV 005.Wood pellets.

36.  The Extraflame Idro manufactured by Extraflame S.p.a. in Montecchio Precalcino (Vicenza), Italy.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated 28th August 2006, reference 004275128 REV 002.Wood pellets.

37.  The Extraflame Lucrezia Idro and Lucrezia Steel manufactured by Extraflame S.p.a. in Montecchio Precalcino (Vicenza), Italy.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated 12th July 2006, reference 004275110 REV 011.Wood pellets.

38.  The Farm 2000 boiler models BB154, BB154A and BB154/2 (when used with the Farm 2000 conversion kit BB154/2Vcx) manufactured by Farm 2000 Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructionswhich–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions are dated May 1994 and bear the reference “BB154/2VC”; and

(b)

in the case of the maintenance and operation instructions are dated September 1993 and bear the reference “BB154/2V”.

Cereal straw.

39.  The Farm 2000 model HT6 (when used with the Farm 2000 conversion kit HT60cx), the HT6PLUS and HT600 (when each is used with the Farm 2000 conversion kit HT70cx), and the HT7 and HT8 (when each is used with the Farm 2000 conversion kit HT80cx), manufactured by Farm 2000 Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions are dated May 1994 and bear the references “HT6780” and “HT6781”; and

(b)

in the case of the maintenance and operation instructions are dated 1st July 1993 and bear the reference “HT60/70/80”.

Cereal straw.

40.  The Farm 2000 boilers HT60, HT70, HT80 and BB154/2V manufactured by Farm 2000 Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which, in the case of models HT60, HT70 and HT80, are dated 1st July 1993 and bear the reference “HT60/70/80”, and, in the case of model BB154/2V, are dated 1st September 1993 and bear the reference “9/93”.Cereal straw.

41.  Firematic 25, 50, 90 and 150 manufactured by HERZ Armaturen GmbH, Geschaftsbereich HERZ, Feuerungstechnik, A-8272 Sebersdorf 138, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated June 2005, reference Bedienungsanleitung Firematic V 1.1 ENG doc.Chipped wood, wood pellets or planed wood shavings.

42.  Fröling Turbomat 150 and 220 manufactured by Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, Industriestra_e 12, A-4710 Grieskirchen, Austria.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated November 2004, reference B0340004.Wood pellets or wood chips.

43.  Fröling Turbomat 320 and 500 manufactured by Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, Industriestra_e 12, A-4710 Grieskirchen, Austria.

The manufacturer’s operating instructions dated November 2004, reference B0340004.Wood pellets or wood chips.

44.  The Fulgora Slow Combustion Stove manufactured by Fulgora Stoves Limited.

Wood waste in clean condition.

45.  Gilles HPK-RA 13 kW, 15 kW, 20 kW, 25 kW, 30 kW, 35 kW, 40 kW, 45 kW, 49 kW, 60 kW, 70 kW, 75 kW, 85 kW, 95 kW, 100 kW, 120 kW and 145 kW manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles/0-145/1 and dated January 2007.Wood pellets or wood chips.

46.  Gilles HPK USK 150 kW, 180 kW, 240 kW and 300 kW manufactured by GILLES Energie-und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles/150-300/1 and dated January 2007.Wood pellets or wood chips.

47.  Gilles HPK USK 360 kW manufactured by GILLES Energie und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles 360/1 and dated January 2008.Wood pellets or wood chips.

48.  Gilles UTSK 450 kW and 550 kW boilers manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles/360/1 and dated January 2008.Wood pellets or wood chips.

49.  Gilles UTSK 700 kW and 900 kW boilers manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles/360/1 and dated January 2008.Wood pellets.

50.  Gilles UTSK 1200 kW and 1600 kW boilers manufactured by GILLES Energie- und Umwelttechnik GmbH, Koaserbauer Str. 16 A-4810 Gmunden, Austria.

Operating instructions referenced Gilles/360/1 and dated January 2008.Wood pellets or wood chips.

51.  The Haat LD, MD and HD incinerators manufactured by Haat Incineration Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated March 1988 and which bear the reference “HAAT/I/CAA/3/88”.Fuel consisting of paper, cardboard cartons, scrap wood, foliage, combustible floor sweepings and other waste from domestic, commercial and industrial activities containing no more than 20 per cent of restaurant and cafeteria waste, and containing less than 5 per cent by weight of coated papers, plastic or rubber waste.

52.  The Haat Pioneer ABI Incinerators, models 12, 20, 28 and 36 manufactured by Haat Incineration Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “HAAT/2/CAA/10/89”.The following fuels used in the mixtures by volume recommended in Appendix A of the manufacturer’s instructions:– paper, cardboard, corrugated paper, office or domestic waste, wood, polythene sheet or foam, polypropylene, nylon, polyethylene, rubber foam backed carpet, polystyrene, polyurethane and glass fibre reinforced plastics.

53.  Hamont CATfire 350 USZI pellet boiler fitted with CATfire 300 cyclone, both manufactured by Hamont Contracting and Trading spol. s.r.o., Sedlište 227, postal code 739 36, district Frýdek – Mistek Czech Republic.

Operating instruction reference “Operating Manual for Boilers CATfire 150-500 kW” effective from 1/1/2008.Wood pellets of diameter 6 mm and, a maximum length of 30 mm.

54.  The Holden Heat House 29.3kw and 45.4kw underfeed bituminous coal burning boilers manufactured by Holden Heat plc.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “HH86 1B”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “HH86/1”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions.

55.  The Hounsell Sawdust Burning Stove previously manufactured by John Hounsell (Engineers) Limited.

Wood waste in clean condition.

56.  The Housewarmer manufactured formerly by Ideal Standard Limited and latterly by Stelrad Group Limited.

Washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm as marketed by UK Coal plc.

57.  The Hoval AgroLyt 20, 25, 35, 45 and 50 manufactured by Hoval AG, Austrasse 70, 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

Installation and operation manualsreferenced 4 205/194/00 dated 01/06 and 4 205 193/00 dated 06/06.Wood logs with less than 20 per cent moisture.

58.  The Hoval BioLyt 50 wood pellet fired boiler (49 kW thermal output) manufactured in Slovakia by Hoval of the Principality of Liechtenstein at Austrasse 70, FL-9490, Vaduz.

The manufacturer’s technical information and installation instructions dated 10/05 reference 4 204 794/00 and operating instructions dated 01/06 reference 4 204 793/01.Wood pellets.

59.  The Hoval Biolyt 50 and 70 models manufactured by Hoval AG, Austrasse 70, 9490 Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

Installation and operation manuals referenced 4 204 794/01 and 4 204 793/02 dated 06/07.6 mm diameter wood pellets.

60.  The Hoval STU 150, 200, 250, 300, 350, 425 and 500 manufactured by Hoval UK Ltd, Northgate, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, NG24 1JN.

Installation and operation manual referenced STUman/01 dated 11/07 or the installation and operation manual referenced STU/man/01/1 dated 06/08.6 mm diameter wood pellets.

61.  The Hoval STU 600, 800 and 1000 manufactured by Hoval UK Ltd, Northgate, Newark-on-Trent, Nottinghamshire, HG24 1JN.

Installation and operation manual referenced STU/man/01/1 dated 06/08.6 mm diameter wood pellets.

62.  The Hughes Edwards 45 Coalflow Boiler manufactured by Hughes Edwards Heating Ltd.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference II/02D/07-89; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference U1/02D/07-89.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference II/02D/07-89 shall be used.

63.  The Hughes Edwards model 65 hot water boiler manufactured by Hughes Edwards Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “II/02D/11-90 and UI/02D/11-90”.Bituminous Coalflow pearls distributed by UK Coal plc.

64.  Huntingdon 25 clear door (model number 7057) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road, Sowerton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM 249 Issue 1”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 75 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

65.  Huntingdon 25 tracery door (model number 7058) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road, Sowerton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM 249 Issue 1”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 75 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

66.  The Hwam Beethoven and Hwam Beethoven H (4.5 kW Nominal Thermal Output) fitted with mechanism to prevent closure of the air wash/secondary air control, manufactured by HWAM Heat Design AS Nydamsvej 53 8362 Hørning Denmark.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operation instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

67.  The Hwam Mozart (4.5 kW Nominal Thermal Output) fitted with mechanism to prevent closure of the air wash/secondary air control, manufactured by HWAM Heat Design AS Nydamsvej 53 8362 Hørning Denmark.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operation instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

68.  The Hwam Ravel (4.5 kW Nominal Thermal Output) fitted with mechanism to prevent closure of the air wash/secondary air control, manufactured by HWAM Heat Design AS Nydamsvej 53 8362 Hørning Denmark.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operation instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

69.  The Hwam Vivaldi (4.5 kW Nominal Thermal Output) fitted with mechanism to prevent closure of the air wash/secondary air control, manufactured by HWAM Heat Design AS Nydamsvej 53 8362 Hørning Denmark.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operation instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

70.  The Hwam 30 (4.5 kW Nominal Thermal Output) fitted with mechanism to prevent closure of the air wash/secondary air control manufactured by HWAM Heat Design AS Nydamsvej 53 8362 Hørning Denmark.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operation instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

71.  The I.D.L, M and H incinerators, manufactured by the Incinerator Doctor.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated February 1999 and bearing the reference “I.D.E.I.”.Paper, cardboard, untreated dry wood, foliage, floor sweepings and other waste containing no more than 20 per cent by weight of restaurant and cafeteria waste and less than 5 per cent by weight of coated paper, plastic or rubber waste.

72.  The Intrepid II woodstove manufactured by Vermont Castings, Inc.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “AMENDED No. 20917C U.K. MAY 1990”.40 cm firewood that has been split, stacked and air-dried.

73.  The Jansen Design stove, using the five channel system, manufactured by Kakkelovnsmakeriet as.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “CSC-JDS-OI dated 21/10/91”.Wood.

74.  The Jotul catalyst stove models 8TDIC and 12TDIC manufactured by Jotul Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated November 1995 bearing the following references:–

(a)

model 8TDIC: “JT8/001” and “J/S/001”;

(b)

model 12TDIC: “JT12/001” and “JT/S/001”.

Wood.

75.  KWB TDS Powerfire 130, 240 and 300 manufactured by KWB – Kraft und Wärme aus Biomasse Gesellschaft mit Beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Industriestrasse 235, A-8321 St. Margarethen an der Raab.

KWB Instruction Manual referenced BA TDS- 05.2008 and dated 14th May 2008 including specification of recommended fuels.Wood pellets or wood chips.

76.  KWB TDS Powerfire 150 manufactured by KWB – Kraft und Wärme aus Biomasse Gesellschaft mit Beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Industriestrasse 235, A-8321 St. Margarethen an der Raab, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated August 2005, reference BA TDS-0805.Wood pellets or wood chips.

77.  The Little Thurlow wood burning stove manufactured by Town and Country Fires Pickering, North Yorkshire.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 30th June 2007, issue No 3.Seasoned logs of less than 20 per cent moisture and of a maximum length of 350 mm.

78.  Little Wenlock Classic Wood Fuel Stove manufactured by Aga, Station Road, Ketley, Telford, Shropshire, TF1 5AQ.

Operating instructions dated 19th December 2008 reference N00471AXX Rev 001 DP081219Dry and split wood logs of a maximum length of 25 cm and a maximum diameter of 10 cm.

79.  The Løvenholm manufactured by Hunter Stoves Limited Unit 6, Old Mill Industrial Estate, Stoke Canon, Exeter, Devon, EX5 4RJ.

Løvenholm Multifuel stove Installation and Operation manual version 07/08.Untreated wood with a moisture content below 20 per cent.

80.  The Mawera FU RIA models 110, 140, 180, 220, 280 and 350 manufactured by Mawera (UK) Limited of 31 Enterprise Industrial Park, Britannia Way, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS14 9UY.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 31st October 2002 and bearing the reference “098234-01”.

Wood;

wood products;

forest residues;

forest thinnings;

melamine coated or uncoated MDF chipboard;

plywood; or

compound wood product.

81.  The Morsø Owl 3410, 3420 and 3440 for wood burning manufactured by Morsø Jernstøberi A/S, DK-7900 Nykøbing, Mors, Denmark.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1st January 2000, reference 72345600.Untreated dry wood which has been split, stacked and air dried; or air dried wood briquettes.

82.  The Morsø 1400 series consisting of the 1412, and 1442 models manufactured by Morsø Jernstøberi A/S DK-7900 Nykøbing, Mors, Denmark.

Installation and operation manual referenced 72146800 and dated 10.01.2008.Wood logs with less than 20 per cent moisture.

83.  The Morsø 3100 series consisting of the 3112 and 3142 models manufactured by Morsø Jernstøberi A/S DK-7900 Nykøbing, Mors, Denmark.

Installation and operation manual referenced 72311200 and dated 04.02.2008.Wood logs with less than 20 per cent moisture.

84.  The Morsø 3400 Owl GB Series for wood burning manufactured by Morsø Jernstøberi A/S, Denmark.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1st January 2000 and bearing the reference “72345600”.

(a)Untreated dry wood, which has been split, stacked and air dried; or

(b)air dried wood briquettes.

85.  The Morsø 6140 and 6148 models manufactured by Morsø Jernstøberi A/S DK-7900 Nykøbing, Mors, Denmark.

Installation and operation manual referenced 72610400 and dated 04.09.2007.Wood logs with less than 20 per cent moisture.

86.  The Nestor Martin Harmony Multi Fuel Stove H23 (6 kW nominal thermal output), manufactured by Nestor Martin S A Finuick Nv Voie Axiale 5 B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

87.  The Nestor Martin Harmony Multi-Fuel Stove H13 (3.5 kW nominal thermal output) and H33 (8 kW nominal thermal output) manufactured by Nestor Martin, S A Finuick Nv, Voie Axiale 5, B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions dated January 2007, reference IN1116 Edition D.Untreated dry wood.

88.  The Nestor Martin Multi-Fuel Stove IT 13 (3.5 kW nominal thermal output) manufactured by Nestor Martin, S A Finuick Nv, Voie Axiale 5, B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions dated April 2007, reference IN1180 Edition C.Untreated dry wood.

89.  The Nestor Martin Multi-Fuel Stove R33 and D33 (8 kW nominal thermal output) manufactured by Nestor Martin, S A Finuick Nv, Voie Axiale 5, B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions dated January 2007, reference IN1116 Edition D.Untreated dry wood.

90.  The Nestor Martin R23 Stove (6 kW nominal thermal output), manufactured by Nestor Martin S A Finuick Nv Voie Axiale 5 B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

91.  The Nestor Martin Stanford Multi-Fuel Stove S13 (3.5 kW nominal thermal output), S33 and SP33 (8 kW nominal thermal output) manufactured by Nestor Martin, S A Finuick Nv, Voie Axiale 5, B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions dated January 2007, reference IN1116 Edition D.Untreated dry wood.

92.  Nestor Martin Stanford Multi-Fuel Stove S13, S23 and SP23 (6 kW nominal thermal output) manufactured by Nestor Martin S A Finuick Nv Voie Axiale 5 B-5660 Couvin, Belgium.

Euroheat Distributors (HBS) Limited’s operational instructions referenced IN1141 Ed B and dated November 2006.Untreated dry wood.

93.  The Nordist Waste Fired System, models 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23 manufactured in part by Nordfab A/S and in part by Danstoker A/S.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference P.S.501 9.12.88.Softwood shavings, hardwood shavings or sawdust shall be used.

94.  Ökofen Pellematic PE08, PE12, PE16, PE20, PE25 and PE32 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PE/HB/001.E and with revision date 02/2007.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

95.  Ökofen Pellematic PE36, PE48 and PE56 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PBV 2000 CMP 1.4 (V2.31) and with revision date 03/2007.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

96.  Ökofen Pellematic PEK12, PEK16, PEK20, PEK25 and PEK32 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PE/HB/001.E and with revision date 02/2007.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

97.  Ökofen Pellematic PEK36, PEK48 and PEK56 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PBV 2000 CMP 1.4 (V2.31) and with revision date 03/2008.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

98.  Ökofen Pellematic PES12, PES16, PES20, PES25 and PES32 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PE/HB/001.E and with revision date 02/2007.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

99.  Ökofen Pellematic PES36, PES48 and PES56 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PBV 2000 CMP 1.4 (V2.31) and with revision date 03/2008.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

100.  Ökofen Pellematic PESK12, PESK16, PESK20, PESK25 and PESK32 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PE/HB/001.E and with revision date 02/2007.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

101.  Ökofen Pellematic PESK36, PESK48 and PESK56 manufactured by Ökofen of Auftragsbearbeitung Gewerbepark 1, 4133 Niederkappel, Austria.

Ökofen operation instructions referenced PBV 2000 CMP 1.4 (V2.31) and with revision date 03/2008.Wood pellets of maximum diameter 6 mm and maximum length of 4 cm.

102.  The Orchard Ovens models: FVR Speciale 80, 100, 110, 110 × 160 and 120; TOP Superiore 100 and 120; GR 100, 120, 140, 120 × 160, 140 × 160, 140 × 180 and 180; OT 100, 120, 140, 120 × 160, 140 × 160, 140 × 180 and 180 and the Valoriani Piccolo, all of which are manufactured by Valoriani of Via Caselli alla Fornace, 213, 50066 Reggello, Firenze, Italy.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 25th October 2004, references:

InstructionModel
OOLinst.1FVR 80
OOLinst.2FVR 100
OOLinst.3FVR 110
OOLinst.4FVR 120
OOLinst.5FVR 110 × 160
OOLinst.6TOP 100
OOLinst.7TOP 120
OOLinst.8GR 100 and OT 100
OOLinst.9GR 120 and OT 120
OOLinst.10GR 140 and OT 140
OOLinst.11GR 120 × 160 and OT 120 × 160
OOLinst.12GR 140 × 160 and OT 140 × 160
OOLinst.13GR 140 × 180 and OT 140 × 180
OOLinst.14GR 180 and OT 180
OOLinst.15Valoriani Piccolo.
Untreated dry wood.

103.  The Osier wood burning stove, manufactured by Reinhart von Zschock.

The fireplaces shall be installed, maintained and operated in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions dated 30th September 1997 and bearing the reference “CSC/OS/001”.Untreated dry wood.

104.  The Parkray-Coalmaster manufactured formerly by Radiation Parkray Limited and now by T. I. Parkray Limited.

Washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm as marketed by UK Coal plc.

105.  The Parkray Coal-master II manufactured, both as an inset model and as a freestanding model, by T.I. Parkray Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions for the inset model bear the reference “List No. 1048/June °83 8402”;

(b)

in the case of the installation instructions for the free standing model bear the date February 1984 and the reference “List No. 1058/February 1984”; and

(c)

in the case of the user instructions for both models bear the reference “List No. 1049/September 1983”.

Selected washed coal doubles and trebles or Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany and comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent.

106.  Pelletstar 10, 20, 30, 45 and 60 manufactured by HERZ Armaturen GmbH, Geschaftsbereich HERZ, Feuerungstechnik, A-8272 Sebersdorf 138, Austria.

Operating instructions dated November 2007 reference V2.2.Wood pellets corresponding to ÖNORM M7135 of diameter 6 mm.

107.  The Quadra-Fire Cumberland Gap Freestanding Wood Burning Stove manufactured by Hearth & Home Technologies 1445 North Highway, Colville, WA 99114, USA.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 8th July 2003, reference 7006-186.Dry cured untreated wood of maximum size 43.18 cm × 10.16 cm × 10.16 cm.

108.  The Quadra-Fire 2100 Millennium Freestanding Wood Burning Stove manufactured by Hearth & Home Technologies 1445 North Highway, Colville, WA 99114, USA.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 9th October 2003, reference 250-6931B.Dry cured untreated wood of maximum size 38.1 cm × 10.16 cm × 5.08 cm.

109.  The Quadra-Fire Yosemite Freestanding Wood Burning Stove manufactured by Hearth & Home Technologies 1445 North Highway, Colville, WA 99114, USA.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 4th June 2003, reference 7004-187.Dry cured untreated wood of maximum size 38.1 cm × 10.16 cm × 5.08 cm.

110.  The RanHeat appliances models MSU150, MSU300, MSU500, WA150, WA300 and WA500, manufactured by Ranheat Engineering Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated July 1994 bearing the following reference:–

(a)

models MSU150, MSU300 and MSU500: “MSU150/5001994”;

(b)

models WA150, WA300 and WA500: “WA150/5001994”.

Chipboard, fibre board, melamine coated chipboard, wood offcuts, softwood or hardwood shavings or dust.

111.  The RanHeat Boiler Type RHA 20 manufactured by RanHeat, Energy A/S.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 30th March 1988 and which bear the reference “RHGBEA 30388”.Hard and soft wood shavings.

112.  The RanHeat Boiler Types RHA 160, 200 and 250, manufactured by RanHeat Energy GB Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 30th March 1988 bearing the reference “RHGBEA 30388”.Hard and soft wood shavings.

113.  The Rayburn Coalglo C-30 manufactured, both as an inset model and as a free-standing model, by Glynwed Appliances Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the inset model, bear the date 1st September 1981 and the reference “Code 510”; or

(b)

in the case of the free-standing model, bear the date 1st December 1982 and the reference “Code 510F”.

Selected washed coal doubles and trebles.

114.  The Rayburn CB34 manufactured formerly by Glynwed Foundries Limited and now by Glynwed Appliances Limited.

Washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm as marketed by UK Coal plc.

115.  The Rayburn Prince 76 manufactured formerly by Glynwed Domestic and Heating Appliances and now by Glynwed Appliances Limited.

Selected washed coal doubles and trebles.

116.  The Rayburn Prince 101 manufactured formerly by Glynwed Foundries Limited and now by Glynwed Appliances Limited.

Washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm as marketed by UK Coal plc.

117.  The Rayburn Prince 301 (known formerly as the Rayburn Prince Model H) manufactured formerly by Glynwed Foundries Limited and now by Glynwed Appliances Limited.

Washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm as marked by UK Coal plc.

118.  Redfyre Kensal 20 Flat top (product code RF-KEN20M, Redfyre Kensal 33 Flat top (product code RF-KEN33M and RF-KEN33W) manufactured by Redfyre Cookers, Osprey Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7JG.

Instruction manual reference “PM 247 Issue 1” dated July 2008 and instruction manual “PM280 Issue 1” dated January 2009.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

119.  The Resolute Acclaim woodstove manufactured by Vermont Castings, Inc.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “AMENDED No. 200 – 0908 U.K. OCTOBER 1991”.40 cm firewood that has been split, stacked and air-dried.

120.  The Riley Nihot Woodchip Fired Air Heater type NMO 11 manufactured formerly by Clarke Chapman Limited International Combustion Division – Riley Unit and now by NEI International Combustion Limited, Riley Equipment.

Clean wood waste of a size within the limits of the manufacturer’s specifications and containing not more than 5 per cent sander dust.

121.  The SE60 Coalburner Stove manufactured by Jetmaster Fires Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “SE60/1 8/84”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “SE60/2 8/84”.

Union Coal Briketts, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany and comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent.

122.  Scan Andersen 4-5 manufactured by Krog Iversen & Co. A/S DK 5492 Vissenbjerg, Denmark.

Instruction manual with title “Scan Andersen 4 5” and dated “15/11/07” and instructions for installation referenced “Edition 09/05 GB”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond 20 mm.

Untreated dry wood.

123.  The Silent Glow Incinerator, models CCD 450, 600 and 750 manufactured by Silent Glow Incinerators Ltd.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated May 1989.Solid waste of the types specified in the manufacturer’s instructions dated May 1989 shall be used.

124.  The Solid Fuel Ductair Unit manufactured by Radiation Limited.

125.  The Spacewarmer B200 manufactured by Clearair Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “B200/DEC 83”.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn chipboard or plastic coated chipboard unless an afterburner, supplied by the manufacturer of the fireplace and capable of producing 50 megajoules of heat per hour, has been fitted to the fireplace.

Hardwood or softwood offcuts; a mixture of offcuts (hardwood or softwood) and sawdust with no more than 50 per cent of the mixture being sawdust; chipboard offcuts; or plastic coated chipboard offcuts.

126.  The Spacewarmer B500 manufactured by Clearair Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “B500/DEC 83”.Hardwood or softwood offcuts.

127.  The Spänex Wood Fired Air Heater (types UL50, UL75 and UL100 only) manufactured by Spänex Sander GmbH.

Clean wood waste containing not more than 5 per cent sander dust and not more than 1 per cent plastic contamination.

128.  Stockton 5 Canopy (model number 7160) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM 176- Issue 4”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

129.  Stockton 5 Flat top (model number 7119) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM 176- Issue 4”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

130.  Stockton 5 Midline (model number 7133) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road, Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM 176- Issue 4”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

131.  Stockton 3 Flat top (product code 7118), Stockton 4 flat top (product code 7101 and 7102). Stockton 5 Flat top (product code 7127) Stockton 5 midline (product code 7130), Stockton 6 Flat top (product codes 7100 and 7162), Stockton 6 Highline (product code 7117) and Stockton 7 Flat top (product codes 7120 and 7163) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual references “PM227 ENG Issue 2” dated July 2008 and instruction manual “PM271 Issue 2” dated January 2009.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

132.  Stockton 7 Inset Convector (product codes 7125F and 7125C) manufactured by Stovax Limited, Falcon Road Sowton Industrial Estate, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7LF.

Instruction manual reference “PM230 Issue 1” dated May 2008 and instruction manual “PM281 Issue 1” dated January 2009.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood.

133.  The Talbott 500 Hot-air Heater (afterburn model) manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated January 1st 1983, and bearing the reference A10000.

The afterburn cycle shall last not less than 25 minutes and shall come into operation each time the loading door is opened.

Wood off-cuts, woodwaste, pallets, chipboard, plastic covered chipboard (the plastic content of the covering being not more than 1 per cent by weight), cardboard or paper.

134.  The Talbott combustion unit models C1, C2, C3 and C4 manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated August 1995 bearing the reference “Issue C1000/C/Range”.Chipboard or wood shavings, forestry chips or paper briquettes.

135.  The Talbott Combustion Units, models CM1, CM2, CM3 and CM4, manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated August 1997 and bearing the reference “Issue: CM897”.Woodwaste, pallets, medium density fibreboard, melamine faced chipboard, cardboard, paper or untreated and airdried wood offcuts.

136.  The Talbott Energy Saving Wood Waste Burning Automatic Warm Air Heaters, models T1.5/A, T3/A, T5/A and TM/A manufactured by Talbotts Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “T/A JANUARY 1990”.Hardwood or softwood shavings or sawdust.

137.  The Talbott Energy Saving Wood Waste Burning Automatic Hot Water Heaters, models T1.5/AB, T3/AB, T5/AB and TM/AB, manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated October 1993 and bearing the reference “Issue: A1001”.Hardwood or softwood shavings or sawdust.

138.  The Talbott Heating models T75, T150, T300, D250B, D500B and D700B, manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1st January 1995 bearing the following references:–

(a)

models T75, T150 and T300: “gen/sttech”;

(b)

models D250B, D500B and D700B: “Gen/Tech”.

(a)Models T75, T150 and T300: wood offcuts, woodwaste pallets, chipboard, plastic coated chipboard, cardboard or paper;

(b)models D250B, D500B and D700B: hardwood or softwood offcuts, chipboard, plastic coated chipboard or cardboard.

139.  The Talbott Pirojet P150 Heater manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated February 1987 and which bear the reference “No P150-2-87”.

When the fireplace is used to burn chipboard and plastic coated chipboard, an afterburner which is supplied with the fireplace and which must be capable of continuously producing 20 megajoules of heat per hour shall be used.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

140.  The Talbott Pirojet P300 Heater manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated February 1987 and which bear the reference “No P300-2-87”.

When the fireplace is used to burn chipboard and plastic coated chipboard, an afterburner which is supplied with the fireplace and which must be capable of continuously producing 40 megajoules of heat per hour shall be used.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

141.  The Talbott Pirojet P600 Heater manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated December 1986 and which bear the reference “P600-12-86”.

When the fireplace is used to burn chipboard and plastic coated chipboard, an afterburner which is supplied with the fireplace and which must be capable of continuously producing 75 megajoules of heat per hour shall be used.

The fireplace shall not be used to burn sawdust in bulk.

Hard or soft wood offcuts, or chipboard or plastic coated chipboard.

142.  The Talbott T5-1M Automatic Heater manufactured by Talbott’s Heating Ltd.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference Jan. 89 T5-A-1-89.Softwood shavings, hardwood shavings or chipboard dust shall be used.

143.  The Talbott Warm Air Heaters Down Firing range models D250, D500 and D700 manufactured by Talbotts Heating Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “MAY 1991 Ref No: D257”.Hardwood or softwood offcuts, chipboard, plastic coated chipboard or cardboard.

144.  The Trash X incinerator, models TX25, TX35, TX50, TX35L and TX50L, manufactured by Roscoe Fabrications Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1998 and bearing the reference “TX/1998”.Paper, card, untreated dry wood and cotton waste.

145.  The Trianco “Coal King” Boiler manufactured by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated May 1983 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions, bear the reference “47664”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions, bear the reference “47665”.

Selected washed coal doubles or Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun of Germany and comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent.

146.  The Triancomatic 45 boiler manufactured by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated September 1989 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “No. 44359”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “No. 44358”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions.

147.  The Triancomatic 60 boiler manufactured by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 24th July 1985 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “No. 45576”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “No. 45574”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions: reference “No. 45574”.

148.  Triancomatic 90 boiler manufactured by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated July 1987 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “No 46576”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “No 46574”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions.

149.  The Triancomatic 140 boiler manufactured by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated November 1986 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “No 48375”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “No. 48374”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions.

150.  The Triancomatic T.80 manufactured formerly by Trianco Limited and now by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

Either washed coal pearls of nominal size 6 mm to 16 mm, or washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm, as marketed by UK Coal plc.

151.  The Trianco TGB17 manufactured formerly by Trianco Limited and latterly by Trianco Redfyre Limited.

Either washed coal pearls of nominal size 6 mm to 16 mm, or washed coal singles of nominal size 12.5 mm to 28 mm, as marketed by UK Coal plc.

152.  The “Turbo” Heat, models 1000 and 1200 manufactured by CBR Engineers Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions bearing the reference “CBR “TURBO” HEAT 1000 TO 1200 1990”.Hardwood or softwood offcuts, chipboard offcuts or plastic coated chipboard offcuts.

153.  Turbomatic 28, Turbomatic 35, Turbomatic 48, Turbomatic 55, manufactured by Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau Gesm. B. H, Industriestraβe 12, A-4710 Grieskirchen, Austria.

Installation manual reference M 060 01 03 dated 11/2003. Operating manual 99229a dated August 2002.Wood pellets of 6 mm diameter and a moisture content below 10%.

154.  Turbomatic 85, Turbomatic 100 and Turbomatic 110, manufactured by Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau Gesm. B. H, Industriestraβe 12, A-4710 Grieskirchen, Austria.

Installation manual reference M 060 01 03 dated 11/2003. Operating manual 99229a dated August 2002.Wood pellets of 6 mm diameter and a moisture content below 10%.

155.  Twinheat CS150i manufactured by Twinheat, Nørreevangen 7, DK-9631, Denmark.

Operating instructions dated 17th December 2008 reference Version 6.0.03.Wood pellets of a maximum length of 30 mm and diameter of 6 mm and conforming to CEN/TS 14961:2005.

156.  The Type USP wood pellet-fired boilers, model numbers USP-10, 15, 20, 25 and 30, manufactured by KWB – Kraft und Wärme aus Biomasse Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Industriestrasse 235, A-8321 St. Margarethen an der Raab, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 28th July 2003, reference BA-USP 0703.Wood pellets.

157.  The Type USV wood pellet- and wood chipfired boilers, model numbers USV-15, 25, 30, 40, 50, 60, 80 and 100, manufactured by KWB – Kraft und Wärme aus Biomasse Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung (GmbH) of Industriestrasse 235, A-8321 St. Margarethen an der Raab, Austria.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated August 2003, reference BA-USV 0803.Wood pellets or wood chips.

158.  Westfire Uniq 15, 16 and 20 (also known as WF UNIQ 15, 16 and 20) manufactured by Westfire Tømrervej 3 DK-6800 VardeDenmark.

Installation and operating instructions referenced: WF15 – WF16 – WF20 dated 2007 along with supplementary instructions reference 01wfuk.2007 and dated 2007.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond 50 mm.

Untreated dry wood.

159.  Windhager Bio Win 100, 150, 210 and 260 manufactured by Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, Anton- Windhager-Str. 20, A 5201 Seekirchen bei Salzburg, Austria.

Instruction manual referenced “0916197/00” and dated “05/2005”.Wood pellets.

160.  Windhager Fire Win 90 and 120 manufactured by Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, Anton- Windhager-Str. 20, A 5201 Seekirchen bei Salzburg, Austria.

Instruction manual referenced “092125/00” and dated “08/2007”.Wood pellets.

161.  The Wood Chip Fired Air Heater manufactured formerly by Air Plants Limited and now by Air Plant (Sales) Limited.

Clean wood waste of a size within the limits referred to in the manufacturer’s instructions.

162.  The Wood Stone Ovens, models WS-MS-4-W (Mt. Chuckanut), WS-MS-5-W (Mt. Adams), WS-MS-6-W (Mt. Baker) and WS-MS-7-W (Mt. Rainier), manufactured by the Wood Stone Corporation, USA.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 8th September 1998 and bearing the reference “BPWS version 1”.Untreated dry wood.

163.  The Wood Waste Technology Heater model WT5 manufactured by Wood Waste Technology Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 16th February 2009, reference WT5_v2.Medium density fibreboard, melamine faced chipboard, untreated wood offcuts, air-dried medium density fibreboards, air-dried melamine faced chipboard, untreated and air-dried wood offcuts.

164.  The Wood Waste Technology Heater, models WT10 and WT15, manufactured by Wood Waste Technology Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 19th January 2005, reference WT10 and WT15.Medium density fibreboard, melamine faced chipboard, untreated wood offcuts, air-dried medium density fibreboards, air-dried melamine faced chipboard, untreated and air-dried wood offcuts.

165.  The Worcester Centair 40 Solid Fuel Warm Air Heater manufactured by Worcester Engineering Co. Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions which–

(a)

in the case of installation instructions bear the reference “BC40.1.2. July 1983”; and

(b)

in the case of operating and maintenance instructions, bear the reference “BC40.OM2 July 1983”.

Union Coal Briquettes, manufactured by Rheinbraun AG of Germany and comprising lignite compressed into briquettes of approximately 15 cm in length with square ends and with a sulphur content not exceeding 1 per cent.

166.  The Worcester Coalstream 17.5 kw underfeed stoker manufactured by Worcester Engineering Company Limited.

The manufacturer’s instructions dated 1st August 1985 and which–

(a)

in the case of the installation instructions bear the reference “No. ZKLIT 140”; and

(b)

in the case of the user instructions bear the reference “No. ZKLIT 139”.

The washed coals recommended in the manufacturer’s user instructions: reference “No. ZKLIT 139”.

167.  100SE Smoke Exempt Woodburning Stove manufactured by ESSE Engineering Limited, Long Ing, Barnoldswick, Lancashire BB18 6BN.

Instruction manual referenced “100SE Issue 1” dated “03/09”.

A permanent stop must be in place on the secondary air inlet to prevent closure beyond the 50 per cent open position.

Untreated dry wood with a maximum moisture content of 20 per cent maximum length of 200 mm and maximum width or diameter of 120 mm.

Article 3

SCHEDULE 2Revocations

Orders revokedReferences
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1982S.I. 1982/448
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1983S.I. 1983/1573
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1984S.I. 1984/1805
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1985S.I. 1985/315
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1987S.I. 1987/383
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1989S.I. 1989/888
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (No. 2) Order 1990S.I. 1990/2457
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) Order 1991S.I. 1991/2892
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) Order 1992S.I. 1992/2811
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) Order 1993S.I. 1993/2277
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) Order 1996S.I. 1996/1108
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) Order 1997S.I. 1997/3009
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempted Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 1999S.S.I. 1999/58
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempt Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 2001S.S.I. 2001/16
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempt Fireplaces) (Scotland) Order 2003S.S.I. 2003/436
The Smoke Control Areas (Exempt Fireplaces) (Scotland) (No. 2) Order 2008S.S.I. 2008/296

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order)

This Order, which extends to Scotland only, makes provision for exemption from the prohibition, under section 20 of the Clean Air Act 1993, on the emission of smoke in smoke control areas.

The Order exempts those fireplaces described in Schedule 1 where they comply with the conditions specified in that Schedule.

The Order consolidates each of the Orders listed in Schedule 2 and revokes those Orders. It also provides for additional fireplaces to be exempt. The additional entries in Schedule 1 are entries 6, 52, 53, 62, 78, 93, 106, 118, 123, 124, 131, 132, 142, 146, 155, 163 and 167. Those at 6, 52, 62, 93, 123, 124, 142 and 146 have previously been exempted in England and Wales but not in Scotland.

An exemption from the requirements of section 20 of the Clean Air Act 1993 does not confer exemption under any other statutory regime which may be applicable, and the burning of waste may be subject to other controls such as licensing under the Waste Management Licensing Regulations 1994 (S.I. 1994/1056) or permitting under the Pollution Prevention and Control (Scotland) Regulations (S.S.I. 2000/323).

No Regulatory Impact Assessment has been prepared for this instrument as it has no impact on the costs of business.

(1)

1993 c. 11. The functions of the Secretary of State under section 21 were transferred to the Scottish Ministers by virtue of section 53 of the Scotland Act 1998 (c. 46).

(2)

Fuels declared by the Scottish Ministers to be authorised fuels for the purposes of Part III of the Clean Air Act 1993 under section 20(6) of that Act are specified in S.S.I. 2008/295.