How much heat do you get from a bio ethanol fireplaces produce?

How much heat do you get from a bio ethanol fireplaces produce?

around three kilowatt-hours
In technical terms, bioethanol fireplaces produce around three kilowatt-hours (kWh) of heat when the fuel box is fully open. To give you an idea of how hot this is, the average electric fire will generate around 2kWh of heat.

Is an ethanol fireplace worth it?

Ethanol fireplaces do, in fact, provide heat. However, the energy source doesn’t produce as much as a woodburning or gas fireplace. So, if you’re looking for a major difference in warmth, an ethanol fireplace is probably not worth it.

Is Bio ethanol cheaper than gas?

Gas is 96% Cheaper than burning Bio-Ethanol.

Can you put a TV above a bioethanol fireplace?

As there is no smoke given off by our bioethanol fires, you don’t need to worry about smoke damage to your TV. Nevertheless, we recommend that you only place a TV above a bio ethanol fireplace that has a closed top, such as our extremely popular wall mounted MARLOW or any of our closed top range.

How long does ethanol fireplace fuel last?

four hours
Ethanol fireplaces burn for an average of four hours. Once the fireplace runs out of fuel, in order to ignite another fire, you first need to wait for the fireplace to cool down before you can safely pour more bioethanol fuel into the burner.

Are bioethanol fires expensive to run?

In comparison to the running costs of gas and wood burning fires, bio fuel fires are not expensive to run, and when compared with the operating costs of other fireplace types, bio fuel fires came out cheapest. However, the average running cost of any bioethanol fire can vary due to the 3 main factors of consumption.

Do ethanol fireplaces need to be vented?

Ethanol fireplaces do not require a venting system with a chimney and/or flue as they do not emit the same level of harmful emissions that, for example, a woodburner could.

Do bioethanol fires need a chimney?

A bioethanol fire is a cleaner, safer, more eco-friendly way to enjoy a real fire in the home. The fuel doesn’t emit smoke or fumes, so you don’t need a chimney. Bioethanol fireplaces are simple to set up – just unpack it, fill it with bioethanol fuel, and enjoy a real flame within minutes.

What are the pros of having an ethanol fireplace?

Meanwhile, some of the main advantages of ethanol fires are: An ethanol fireplace doesn’t need a chimney to remove soot or smoke. This is because denatured ethanol burns completely hence doesn’t produce smoke or carbon monoxide.

How much heat do Bio Ethanol fireplaces provide?

Much like a natural, traditional fireplace, the amount of heat that you get from a bio ethanol fireplace depends greatly on the model that you use. On average, ethanol fireplaces produce heat around 2.5-3.5 kW when it is burning.

How to use your bio-ethanol fireplace?

How to Use your Bio-Ethanol Fireplace Safety Guidelines & Proper Care. Lighting the fireplace: Remove the snuffer tool from the burner and ensure the burner is clean. Extinguishing the fire: If possible, let the fuel burn out completely. Refilling the burner: Allow the burner to cool down completely for at least 15 minutes before refilling.

How does a bio ethanol fireplace work?

Since heat is not lost through venting,ethanol fireplaces can heat a room up to 600 square feet,which is more than traditional fireplaces.

  • Bio-ethanol fireplaces run on renewable resources and do not require a set monthly fee.
  • Ethanol fireplaces are not permanent and can be removed and reinstalled with ease when you decide to relocate.