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
- 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
To get the best out of your Masport Wood Fire, we endorse the following tips:
- Plan ahead – stock up on woods 6-12 months before intended use.
- Use a ‘Hot mix’ of fire wood, consisting of a mix of soft and hard woods.
- Select dry, hard wood as it makes the fire burn hotter and longer.
- 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.
- Split larger logs to assist drying and burning.
- Never use seaborne driftwood or chemically treated timber.
- Stack fuel loosely in a dry place so air can pass freely through the pile.
- Cover the top and two sides of the stack.
- Use fuel in order – the oldest and driest first.
- Have your appliance professionally checked and serviced before the Winter begins.