Blaze B600 Wood Fireplace

$2,249.00

Freestanding contemporary looking with amazing coverage and efficiency. 3 speed remote control fan and approved wood storage base. 6mm firebox and large ceramic glass/steel door.

Efficiency
87% Peak

Emissions
0.67 g/kg

Coverage
150-190 sq mt

Cantilever base with approved wood storage and toughened glass lining.
B600 Weight 155kg
3 speed remote control fan.
6mm steel construction
Firebrick internal lining

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Description

Blaze B600 Clearances

Corner Installation
with 900mm Rear Flue Shield : C = 150mm | F = 300mm
with Decromesh : C = 150mm | F = 300mm

The 490mm half round stainless steel inner reflector supplied with heater must be fitted inside the Decromesh.

Blaze B600 Hearth

Standard Installation
with 900m Rear Flue Shield : S = 425mm | R = 150mm | F = 300mm
with Decromesh : S = 425mm | R = 225mm | F = 300mm

The 490mm half round stainless steel inner reflector supplied with heater must be fitted inside the Decromesh.

Unless the heater will be standing on a heat resistant floor such as concrete slab with slate or tiles, it will be necessary to provide a floor protector (hearth). The dimensions given above are the minimum required for the floor protector to extend beyond the firebox door opening. It must extend no less than 300mm in front of the door opening, no less than 200mm either side of the door opening, and extend under the heater. It may be desirable, for example aesthetic reasons, for the floor protector to be larger than these minimum dimensions. The floor protector can be constructed of either: –
a) toughened glass no less than 10mm thick, OR
b) non-combustible material no less than 7.5mm thick and with a thermal conductivity not greater than 0.33W/m ⁰K, e.g. compressed cement sheet. The floor protector may be laid directly on the combustible floor. For more details and variations on floor protectors refer to AS/NZS 2918:2001 Clause 2.2, 3.3.1, & 3.3.2.
Please note, that 900mm wide hearth dimensions are the minimum and may need to be extended to reach the wall behind the heater.

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