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DIMPLEX ELECTRIC FIRES USER GUIDE – uk

Dimplex is an established world leader, with hundreds of products dedicated to energy efficient usage and comfortable lifestyles. With solutions for nearly every type of heating requirement, consumers and specifiers alike can be confident in Dimplex’s total commitment to energy efficient products. That’s why so many people are turning to Dimplex Electric fires to create a warm cosy atmosphere with reliability, style and little fuss.

Dimplex fires offer you an outstanding variety of products in a range of finishes including Stainless Steel effect trims, Brass effect trim, Chrome effect trims. Flame effect can be used independently of the heat source. The Dimplex range include: Dimplex Electric Stoves, Dimplex Electric Plasma Fires, Dimplex Wall Mounted Fires, Dimplex Free Standing Fires, Hang-on-the-Wall Fires and Hearth Mounted Fireplaces.

Dimplex Amalfi,
Dimplex Delius,
Dimplex Zamora,
Dimplex SP5,
Dimplex SP6,
Dimplex Gilmore,
Dimplex Bizet,
Dimplex Exbury,
Dimplex Nardini,
Dimplex Carnevale,
Dimplex Castillo,
Dimplex X1,
Dimplex Elda,
Dimplex Obsidian,
Dimplex Chalbury,
Dimplex Cheriton,
Dimplex Navarra,
Dimplex Presada,
Dimplex SP4,
Dimplex SP8,
Dimplex SP9,
Dimplex chrome pebble fires,
Dimplex brass fires,
Dimplex Adagio,
Dimplex Ashington,
Dimplex Aspen,
Dimplex Avola,
Dimplex Barletta LE,
Dimplex Bexington LE,
Dimplex Horton,
Dimplex Longbourn,
Dimplex Montana,
Dimplex Mozart Black Suite,
Dimplex Mozart Stone Suite,
Dimplex Roda,
Dimplex Wynford.

The new generation of Dimplex Electric Fires are glass fronted, have lower running costs & higher efficiencies than previous models such as Dimplex Cassington Opti-myst Electric Stove, Dimplex Cadogan Opti-myst Electric Stove, Dimplex Chesford and Cavendish Opti-myst Electric Fire.

Opti-myst is a revolution in electric fire technology.Using unique state-of-the-art technology, Dimplex have created the most realistic flame and smoke effect ever seen in an electric fire – an illusion so effective that Dimplex believe it is difficult to distinguish it from the real thing. The fully 3-dimensional effect uses established ultrasonic technology adapted from commercial applications to create an ultra fine water mist that is illuminated to create the ‘flames’ and the ‘smoke’. This, combined with the Optiglo® glowing logs and shimmering ashbed, produces an effect that surpasses all expectations for realism in an electric fire.

This amazing effect is currently available in four new Dimplex fires:
• The Chesford inset fire with titanium effect finish
• The Cavendish inset fire with brass effect finish
• The Cadogan traditionally styled stove
• The Cassington contemporary styled stove

View these Dimplex Electric Fires at:

http://www.fireplacesuk.org.uk/electricwallmnts.htm

 
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Posted by on January 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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USER GUIDE FOR FLUELESS GAS FIRES – uk

FLUELESS GAS FIRES
Flueless gas fires are the perfect hang on the wall, no chimney solution to instant warmth. The technologyprovides a very flexible solution for your house or apartment, allowing you to install a fire not only in the living room, but also the dining room, office, study or kitchen. All you need to enjoy these hang on the wall gas fires is a natural gas supply, the required minimum room size and adequate ventilation.

Flueless gas fire products are dedicated to energy efficient usage and comfortable lifestyles. With solutions for nearly every type of heating requirement, consumers can be confident in flueless gas fires total commitment to energy efficient products. That’s why so many people are turning to flueless gas fires fires to create a warm cosy atmosphere with reliability, style and little fuss. Flueless gas fires offer you an outstanding variety of products in a range of finishes including Stainless Steel effect trims, Brass effect trims, Chrome effect trims and Black trim options. Contemporary and traditional trims options for inset fires. Free standing flueless gas stove options, flueless plasma wall mounted flueless gas Fires, flueless gas Hang-on-the-Wall options and flueless gas inset fire options. This technology effectively ‘cleans’ the combustion gases, converting Carbon Monoxide into harmless Carbon Dioxide. Flueless gas fires incorporate an Oxygen Depletion Sensor ODS which will detect if oxygen levels are low in the room and cuts the gas supply. With a catalytic converter providing the safety of patented emissions technology concealed within the fire, there is no need for a flue or chimney.

Flueless Stoves.
Looking for a gas fire but don´t have a chimney or flue? Flueless fires are the perfect hang-on-the-wall, no chimney solution to instant warmth. The 100% efficient Burley Ambience flueless gas stove offer the look of a traditional wood burning stoves with the convenience of gas and can be situated anywhere in your home subject to minimum room sizes. The Burley Ambience is available for both natural gas or LPG and boasts a impressive 3.5kW heat output. As with all flueless gas fires, the freestanding Burley Ambience would require a 100cm2 air vent within the room where the fire is installed and a minimum 40m3 room size (length x width x height).

Landscape Flueless Gas Fires.
Landscape Glass fronted flueless wall hung gas fires offer the perfect balance of innovation and style. Gas output 2.0kw. Suitable for Class 1, Class 2 and Pre-Cast Flues. No Chimney or Flue.

Ensuring adequate ventilation in the room.
Check to see if an air brick/air vent is located in your room. Many new homes will already have one fitted. If your room does not have an air vent fitted that is a minimum of 100cm² vented directly to the outside, then one will need to be installed.

 

http://www.fireplacesuk.org.uk/flueless.htm

 
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Posted by on January 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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USING SOLID FUEL FIREPLACES

Solid Fuel Appliances means any fireplace or wood heater that burns wood, coal, or any other non gaseous or non liquid fuels, or any similar device burning any solid fuel, used for aesthetic or space-heating purposes in a private residence or commercial establishment, which has a heat input less than one million British thermal units per hour. Everyone warms to the cosy glow and flickering flames that only a real fire can offer and, while you’re enjoying the experience, you can consider all the other advantages that solid fuel heating brings.
Solid fuel heating can greatly reduce condensation, eliminating household mould often associated with ‘on/off’ fires. Medical research has also shown that solid fuel heating can reduce the risk of hay fever, asthma and eczema. Homes with solid fuel heating are better ventilated than those with other forms of heating; the very use of a chimney will induce ventilation into a home drawing in fresh air and removing the ‘polluted’ air.  An airvent is recommended with stoves over 5kw. http://www.stovesliverpool.co.uk

TYPES OF SOLID FUEL HEATERS
1 Solid Fuel stoves, often called Wood Burners, Log Burners, Multi Fuel Stoves.
2 Solid Fuel Basket Fires and grates
3 Solid Fuel Cast Insert Fireplaces

1 – Solid Fuel stoves come in many sizes and vary greatly with regards to their output. Stoves can sit inside an inglenook and top flued or be flued from the back using a pipe bend then sitting outside the inglenook chamber. Wood and log burners burn simply wood and have no ashpan. Multi fuel stoves burn coal and wood and come with an ashpan.

2 – Solid Fuel Cast Insert Fireplaces require a cast insert which houses a solid fuel grate and ash pan. A hearth is required and a fireplace usually from solid wood or stone which will keep the cast insert in place. Beware of using veneer or painted surrounds as they may bubble with the heat from the fire. A combination cast is also a fireplace so a mantel is not needed.

3 – Solid Fuel Basket Fires and grates must be supplied with an ash pan to collect the debris once it burns. Ideally choose a black basket as a polished basket will stain from the solid fuel heat. Burn wood or coal. The basket or grate must sit inside the chimney in an inglenook chamber. Sometimes a 3 sided brick or clay back will surfice for a solid fuel grate.

Solid Fuel Hearths
All hearths suitable for burning solid fuel come slabbed and sectioned to help resist high temperatures. They have a solid bed of concrete underneath. They may be made from black granite which is slabbled, solid stone or tiled. Some hearths are flat at the back or sold with a T section. T sectioned solid fuel hearths are more likely to be supplied with solid fuel cast insert fireplaces. Sometime they may be supplied with a metal heat plate on top. HETAS is the organisation recognised by the Department of the Environment as the official testing and approval body for the solid fuel industry.

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Posted by on January 21, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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www.stovesliverpool.co.uk Sell Multi Fuel Stoves that save money

Fight rising energy costs with fuel-efficient stoves from http://www.stovesliverpool.co.uk/

Multi fuel stoves burn: Wood, shelled corn, corn cobs, wood pellets, cherry pits, pecan shells, olive pits and more. Multi fuel stoves are very effective at providing efficient heat. A multi fuel stove has a special grate to allow air to flow in beneath it enabling you to get the most out of your chosen fuel. Also, the ash drops into an ash pan for easy cleaning. The right wood stove, used correctly, keeps wood flaming until it is reduced to coals. Regularly remove ashes from the wood stove into a metal container with a cover and store outdoors.
Wood burning stoves and fireplace inserts provide low heating costs, energy independence and great radiant heat that many consumers value highly. With stoves being more efficient than ever, wood burning & multi-fuel appliances are a great way to heat your home very cost effectively. Burning wood is efficient, inexpensive and carbon-neutral. Also wood is a renewable energy source unlike gas or coal. Burn only dry, well-seasoned wood that has been split properly.

 A stove will also be the focal point of your living space. The end result is a multi-fuel stove that stunningly enhances your home decor and is versatile enough to burn shelled corn, wood pellets, cherry pits, waste paper pellets, and a host of other fuels. An old or poorly installed wood stove can result in higher maintenance costs, greater risk of smoke in your home, and more environmental pollution. Wood smoke is waste. Any smoke that escapes from your wood stove unburned is wasted fuel that will stick in your chimney as creosote or be released as air pollution. Manufacturers do make stoves in colors other than the traditional black. Carron coloured multi fuel stoves can be viewed at http://www.stovesliverpool.co.uk/.
 
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Posted by on January 15, 2009 in Uncategorized

 

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Posted by on January 10, 2009 in Uncategorized