This manufacturer offers a great range of stoves, which goes into 4 main groups. Infire, Optifire, Phenix, and SD
Simple and functional, practical and aesthetic, the new generation of built-in multi-fuel INFIRE fireplaces is all that and much more. The purity of its look, the size of the glazed door without any extra decorative elements is a perfect fit for all chimneys and any type of interior.
The INFIRE range is offered in two categories: “classic” for all standard models: economical and fully adapted to meet current standards; and “green” for the latest appliances in anticipation of future European ecological and leak proofing standards (environmentally-benign, energy efficient homes.
The fireplaces in the OPTIFIRE range with their refined looks will instantly catch your eye. With models that vary from traditional styling through to discreet fascias and even frameless finishes, there is an appliance to suit everyone. Able to burn wood, briquettes and even coal on certain models, they boast exceptional performance, control and ease of maintenance
The OPTIFIRE range is offered in two categories: “classic” for all standard models: economical and fully adapted to meet current standards; and “green” for the latest appliances in anticipation of future European ecological and leak proofing standards (environmentally-benign, energy efficient homes).
With a retractable door the fireplaces in the PHENIX range act as two wood-burning heating appliances in one. When the door is retracted you get all the advantages of the warmth of an open roaring fire. When the door is closed you still get a complete view of the fire thanks to the panoramic glass, yet you will also have the advantage of an appliance with an optimal output and exceptional heating power.
The SD442 green has revolutionised the concept of fireplaces with retractable doors by introducing an appliance unique to the world, the door is hidden on the side of the heating unit and no longer on top. This technical feature allows it to be installed very easily into an existing chimney, without knocking down the wall.
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