Bioethanol fireplace MONTREAL OPEN
contemporaryopen hearthdouble-sided

bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
bioethanol fireplace
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Characteristics

Energy source
bioethanol
Style
contemporary
Hearth
open hearth
Type
double-sided
Installation
built-in
Material
glass, stainless steel, aluminum
Other characteristics
remote-controlled, custom
Heat output

Max.: 7.7 kW

Min.: 2.3 kW

Description

Montreal is a high-quality Danish designed and produced made-to-measure built-in bioethanol fireplace without any frame. It is available in various layouts: Open to the front / Open to the front and back / Open to the front and back and one side / Open to the front and one side (right or left) / Open to the front and both sides. Front glass shield complete the sleek, contemporary look. The Montreal bioethanol fireplace is available with either one or several manual burners on which the flame intensity is steplessly adjustable or with the patented and exclusive Decoflame e-Ribbon Fire featuring CEVB Technology, an automatic biofireplace which can be controlled remotely, on the panel or by the Decoflame App. With the Decoflame App it is possible to: •Turn on/off the fireplace •Adjust the flame intensity (1-5 & eco-wave) •Control the heat output •Stay informed about the fuel level in the tank •Stay informed about the estimated burning time •Set the auto shut-off timer. Extra feature is Smart Home Connection, a TV-Temp Sensor and connection to an external re-fuel system. The standard finish of this versatile focal point is powder-coated aluminum in black. Alternative finishes are brushed or polished stainless steel.

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