Conical Cast Iron Fireplace with elevator glass shutter system
Castings used in our inserts are 1st class cast iron in 14 mm thickness. They do not carry the risk of cracking, puncture and deforming in high temperatures. In our inserts with brick, 4 cm thick, special production, 1st class refractory fire bricks are used. Mounted with interconnection system without using any chamotte or similar adhesives, our bricks do not carry risk of cracking the adhesives in high temperatures and leaving bricks.
-14 mm thick cast iron
-4 cm thick fire brick
Our productions of elevator glass shutter system inserts which is currently most preferred insert model stands out with perfect design of shutter working inside telescopic rail systems. Our elevator glass shutter systems can be easily moved upwards and downwards with one finger, and does not have any opening at any level and works quitely, and they are also opened to sides.
Thanks to air adjusting sliders at the glass insert shutters, you can control oxygen amount which enters inside, and you can decide speed of combustion. This provides you to use your fireplace as a real heating unit. It is possible to reach duration of combustion up to 6 hours without need to supply after first wood supply at combustions at low temperature. All accessories over the shutter is aluminium.
Glasses we use at our inserts are the glasses which are produced by world’s number one glass producer German Schott company, resistant to 800°C temperature and thermal shocks, do not make cracking and break from differences of heat –cold, transmits heat, are vitro ceramic. The isolation of our shutter system is made with imported incombustible wicks.
The flush ash buckets at insert bottoms provides you to make cleaning of fireplace easily. The protective panel avoiding contact of burning wood with glass in the form of flame is not fixed; it can be removed when desired.
There are delay panels which reduces wood consumptions and icreases heat reflection at ceiling section of inserts and there are 3 different (closed, half open, full open) mechanical flue gas damper.