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Freestanding Special price for a limited time Ventless Bio Ethanol Fireplace Ignis Max 82% OFF S - Tectum

Freestanding Ventless Bio Ethanol Fireplace - Tectum S | Ignis

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Freestanding Ventless Bio Ethanol Fireplace - Tectum S | Ignis

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Tectum S - Ventless Freestanding Ethanol FireplaceTectum S - Ventless Freestanding Ethanol Fireplace

The simplicity of this double-sided ethanol fuel fireplace adds to its understated beauty. The Tectum S Freestanding Ethanol Fuel Fireplace by Ignis is a square fire burner appropriate to stand alone in any space - indoors or out. Its black powder-coated surround is handsomely positioned atop a base of stainless steel, akin to the ethanol burner that it houses. For safety and aesthetics, two panes of tempered glass are positioned on either side. The Tectum S Freestanding Ethanol Fuel Fireplace is powered by Ignis' EB1200 Ethanol Fireplace Insert. The ethanol burner produces a flame of 7 1/8" in total length and emits a heat output of approximately 6,000 BTU, which is enough heat to change the ambient temperature in a space of approximately 200 - 250 square feet. The Tectum S Freestanding Ethanol Fuel Fireplace is composed of powder-coated and stainless steel. The ethanol burner is composed of grade 304 stainless steel. This grade of stainless is used because of its ability to stand the test of time and heat output. To fill the ethanol burner, simply use a funnel to pour the liquid ethanol fuel into the reservoir. Ensure not to exceed the "max line" and clean any fuel that's been spilled. Once full, ignite each burner with a fireplace match or long lighter. When finished, simply close the burner's lid with the extinguishing tool and you're done - no embers and no smoldering to wait for or worry about.

Freestanding Ventless Bio Ethanol Fireplace - Tectum S | Ignis

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