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Fireplace inserts

Comfort of a home hearth and efficient heating!

Efficient heat! A fireplace is more than just a dream companion for cold autumn and winter evenings - it as also an effective heat source.

Save money

Correct use of inserts with water jackets may significantly reduce heating costs as wood is still the cheapest available fuel.

Characteristics

A built in insert with a water heat exchanger is no different from a typical air circulation insert, but it builds on its abilities to facilitate coupling the fireplace to a central heating system.

Installation

Additional systems are not required to install a fireplace with a water jacket, as it uses the existing central heating system.

Convenient power rating options

Performance rating is adjusted to individual needs. The size of the area which requires heating and the existing central heating system are taken into consideration to select the fireplace insert power rating.

In selecting a device with a water jacket, the average water power rating should be taken into account.

Equipment

Heating coil

A heating coil installed in inserts with a water jacket is used both for heating up utility water and to protect the fireplace against overheating.

Flame pipes

These increase the water - flame heat exchange surface; the insert power rating is determined by their quantity.

Deflector

A system mounted above the fire box designed to extend the travel path of flue gas, resulting in more effective heat accumulation by the fireplace.

Water jacket

In fireplaces with a water heat exchanger, the core of the insert is double walled. Water fills the void between the walls. It is the medium for transferring heat to the heating system.

Glazings

Flames presented in different frames, shapes and dimensions.

Acumotte lining

Each line of fireplaces is available with different options and types of glazing.

A wide range of glazings