Ecological, bioethanol fireplaces could both heat up a room and offer you a warm, peaceful environment with the use of Bioethanol or Denatured Ethyl alcohol
It is recommended at least 2 people install the fireplace. Make sure the fireplace is mounted on a solid wall with non-flammable material on the wall. Firstly, remove all packing and wrapping material before assembly.
1. It is recommended to mount the brackets into the studs of the wall. if there isn' t a stub, use drywall anchors to mount the brackets. mount the top brackets first. Make sure the mounting brackets are level. Drill a hole into the wall.Place the anchors into the hole. Place the brackets over the anchor and screw through the bracket into the anchors.
2.Measure the distance between the top holes and the bottom holes in the back of the fireplace.
3. Mount the bottom brackets based on the distance between the top and bottom holes in the back of the fireplace.
4.Drill a hole into the wall for the bottom bracket then put the drywall anchor into the wall.
5.Place bottom bracket over the anchor in the wall and screw through the bracket into the anchors.
6.Have 1 person hold the fireplace over the mounted brackets while the 2nd person insert the screw and washers. through the holes into the brackets.(pic2)
7. Make sure the wall fireplace is mounted with topside up. Fuel canister will not tip over in fuel can holder if the fireplace is topside up.
8. Make sure the fireplace is securely mounted to the wall before adding fuel (bioethanol).
*Free standing fireplaces is fully assembled and no mounting is required.Before using the Bio Fireplace
•We recommend that you place a fire extinguisher near by your fireplace.
•The fireplace is not suitable for main heating purposes.
•Ensure that flammable products and materials (curtains, furniture etc.) are at least 1m / 40" from the fireplace.
•Keep children and pets away from the fireplace.
•Do not cover the fireplace. Do not place any flammable materials or clothing on the fireplace.
•Do not smoke while lighting the burners of the fireplace
•Do not use any petrol products: spirits, etc.
•Do not use the fireplace in caravans, boats, or in vehicles.
•Do not use the fireplace in non-ventilated rooms. People with breathing problems need to be advised by their doctors before use.
•We do not recommend placing the fireplace in a bedroom or a bathroom. If you wish to use the fireplace in a small room (less than 15sqm / 220 sqf), the doors should stay open or keep a window open, the ventilation of the room will be required.
•Do not stock the bio ethanol nearby a bio fireplace.
•Do not use the fireplace to cook food, to heat water or to grill meat.
•Do not use the fireplace if flammable gas is in the room.
VIDEO HOW TO USE ETHANOL FIREPLACES
-Fill the reservoir container with ethanol fuel, up to the maximun 2/3 rds of each burner. It is important to use a funnel in order to avoid any spilling of the fuel. Long lighters are ideal.Do not place fuel in front of the fireplace. Do not stand directly over the burner
CAUTION: Please ensure your pebbles or logs are not covering the opening in case of accidental spillage
Spilled bioethanol must be removed with an absorbent tissue and cleaned with water to prevent ignition outside the burner reservoir.
-The flame will light slowly at first. Please allow 15-20 minutes to reach the optimum temperature and flame height.
-The heat given off by the flames, is enough to heat an area of 20-40 squared meters and the energy produce can reach up to 4KW. The average consumption of bioethanol works out to an average of 4 hours / liter and can reach up to 6 hours / liter if the intensity of the flame is lowered.
Warning: Do not refill fuel box when it is hot or with flames. Before you lit the fuel box, Clean up the surface of it from biofuel.
Also the fuel should be stored at room temperature to facilitate its ignition. Fuel must be kept in safe distance to the fireplace.
-Check carefully if there is no longer any fire on the surface. Fire have to be fully extinguished.
- Never pour fuel into the burning flame
- Allow the burner to cool down for at leat 15-20 minutes before refilling
-To refill , follow instructions.
-Never extinguish the flame with water
-Let the fuel burn out completely if possible. This prevent alcohol left in the reservoir and deflagration when reigniting.
-If you wish to extiguish the flame before the fuel has completely burned out. Please use the fire killer to fully close the opening of the burner and wait until the flame extiguished. Wait approximately 30 minutes until the burner has reached room temperature.
-In case of the flame is not extinguished immediately. Please close the cover and wait app. 10-15 to allow the flame to cool down. Repeat the above instruction until the flame is fully extinguished.
You can use a wet cloth to clean the internal surface of a fireplace. The burner can change color because of the heat. The stainless steel will have another appearance after a while, This is normal. A regular maintenance will keep its color. Do not clean with water or put in a dishwasher. Go across the slot and the surface of the burner with a little bit of bio ethanol on a paper towel. The stones can be cleaned if you wish with a brush and water. The cylindrical burners can be cleaned with water (after removing ceramic fiber).
CAUTION: Never use chemicals, steel wool or scrubbing sponges either. These can scratch the surface. The manufacturer cannot be held responsible for any damages resulting out of false use and / or cleaning of the product.
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