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Masport I3000 Insert – Zero Clearance

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Masport I3000 Insert – Zero Clearance

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Masport I3000 Insert – Zero Clearance

Beauty and performance all in one great Masport I3000 package.

  • NES, ECAN and ORC Airshed1 clean air approved
  • Efficiently heats areas up to 140m2
  • Superior heat from a generously sized steel firebox
  • Triple air combustion system
  • Fitted with masonry bricks and steel fire baffle
  • Suitable for timber framed (Z/C) recessed installations
  • Optional water booster available, clean air approved (NES and ECAN) 1.5kW max

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Finish: Enamel
  • Installation: Inbuilt
  • Height: 700 mm
  • Width: 900 mm
  • Firebox Warranty: 10 years
  • Approvals: ECAN, NES, Otago Airshed 1
  • Emissions: 0.4 g/kg
  • Efficiency: 68 %
  • Tested Peak Heat Output: 14

Why Buy a Wood Fire?

  • Wood is a carbon neutral product. Unlike other fuels, burning woods generates no more carbon dioxide (CO2) than if they were left to decompose naturally.
  • A wood fire is an energy efficient way of heating. They are designed to heat your entire house.
  • A wood fire is also a multi-purpose fire. Apart from being your primary heat source, it can be used in line with a heat transfer/ventilation system.
  • It is a smart and cost effective method of heating. Running a wood fire is one of the cheapest forms of heating.
  • Wood is a renewable energy source, therefore making it a sound environmental choice.
  • Whatever your heating requirement is, there’s a range of models and options to choose from.

– See more at: http://www.masportheating.co.nz/about-wood-fires#sthash.oDAkR5Y5.dpuf

Masport I3000

To get the best out of your Masport Wood Fire, we endorse the following tips:

  1. Plan ahead – stock up on woods 6-12 months before intended use.
  2. Use a ‘Hot mix’ of fire wood, consisting of a mix of soft and hard woods.
  3. Select dry, hard wood as it makes the fire burn hotter and longer.
  4. Choose sound, solid wood – avoid rot and excess bark. A good way to tell if wood is ready to burn is to look for signs of radial cracking at the end of a log.
  5. Split larger logs to assist drying and burning.
  6. Never use seaborne driftwood or chemically treated timber.
  7. Stack fuel loosely in a dry place so air can pass freely through the pile.
  8. Cover the top and two sides of the stack.
  9. Use fuel in order – the oldest and driest first.
  10. Have your appliance professionally checked and serviced before the Winter begins.

All products are brand new, with original manuals, packaging and full manufacturers warranty. After sales parts available.

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Optional installation of our products in Hawke’s Bay, Waikato, Manawatu & Wellington at additional costs.

Optional pickup of items at Turfrey branches Hamilton, Hastings, Palmerston North & Wellington.

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