XL1200 Ethanol Burner
Creating distinctive social settings that are welcoming and feel like ‘home’ is a vital trend across myriad architectural environments - from commercial to hospitality to residential.
Because bioethanol is a clean-burning fuel source you don’t need a flue or chimney at all. This means that you can create a beautiful fireplace feature with ease. The linear features and absolute versatility of the XL1200 burner lends itself to the creation of stunning architectural masterpieces.
Easily integrated into bespoke settings - from specially-made cabinetry, media units, walls, floating benches and pillars. You have the freedom to be creative.
Purpose-designed baffle inserts allow you to regulate and further stabilise the flame.
Linear features and minimal clearance requirement provide the freedom to create a stunning horizontal piece of architecture.
No flue, No Chimney, No Vent
Fuelled by clean-burning e-NRG bioethanol the XL1200 produces a beautiful orange flame without any smoke, soot or ash.
Indoor or Outdoor Application
Flexibility is yours with the use of stainless steel, install indoors or outdoors and create your perfect fire feature.
Tested World Wide
Our collection has been thoroughly tested against a number of global standards and are UL Listed in the USA, Certified for EU and UK in accordance with EN16647, and satisfy the ACCC Safety Mandate for Australia.
- Weight 20.80kg [45.86lb]
- Model Dimensions mm [in] L 1253 [49.3] W 248 [9.8] D 124 [4.9]
- Application Indoor & Outdoor
- Materials Stainless Steel Grade 304
Model SpecsTechnical information about the model and the included burner.
User ManualInstallation, operation and maintenance manual.
Burner ManualInstallation, operation and maintenance manual.
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