Glass Fronted High Efficiency Gas Fires
This type of high efficiency fire has a glass panel across the front of the fire which radiates the heat, generated from the fuel bed, directly into the room.
The glass panel concentrates the radiant heat so that more heat is forced into the room and less is lost through the chimney. Combined with convected heat which is produced by cool air drawn into the base of the fire, through the heat exchanger and then emitted as warm air though the gap above the canopy this makes glass fronted HE’s the most efficient conventional flue fires available.
Kinder Inset Range:
Kinder Hole-in-the-wall Range:
Kinder Range of Suites:
Verine Hearth Mounted Range:
Verine Hole-in-the-wall Range:
Verine Gas Fire Suites:
The Flavel Inset Range:
The Flavel hole-in-the-wall Range: