Description

The Arrow Triple-burn Combustion Design Primary combustion air enters at the base of the firebox, which provides rapid ignition and quicker heat output. Secondary pre-heated fresh air is drawn into the firebox via tubes and an air wash that directs air over the inner door glass that not only ignites unburnt gases but keeps the door glass clean for a better view of the fire. The introduction of further pre-heated fresh air immediately below the baffle plate at the hottest part of the fire provides almost complete combustion and further reduces emission levels. Easy Cleaning Underneath the grate is a large ash drawer. After Arrow’s Triple Burn fire has effectively burnt all the wood, the miniscule remaining ash falls through the grate into the drawer. You simply empty this drawer around once a week (or less). You can empty it while the fire is going to give you 24-hour warmth all winter. There is no need to extinguish the fire and then sweep and shovel out the ash bed as in other heaters. finger tip slide control allows you to set the air flow to the base of the fire. EASY CONTROL:By small adjustments you can achieve your perfect burning rate and maintain overnight burning to keep your home warm for cold winter mornings. LONGER LIFE: The thick cast iron ported grate forms part of the cast iron lining system inside every Arrow steel firebox. Cast iron lasts up to five times longer than firebrick and is more effective in transferring the heat from the firebox into your home.

HEATING AREA25 squaresEMISSION2.1 G/Kg
AVE. HI PWR.12.5 KwHEATING EFFICIENCY64.3

 

DIMENSIONSFIREBOX DIMENSIONS
Height (mm)865Height (mm)410
Width (mm)710Width (mm)500
Depth (mm)525Depth (mm)330
Weight (Kg)188  

 

CLEARANCE TO COMBUSTIBLE…HEARTH DISTANCE
Rear (mm)150Either side of door opening (mm)200
Side (mm)350Front (mm)300
Corner (mm)100