Thursday, 29 September 2011

Drugasar Fire Featured On Grand Designs

Many of you may have noticed the fire on the latest episode of Grand Designs shown last Wednesday(21st September), if not you can catch up here. Kevin McCloud mets Paul and Penny Denby, who are demolished their mock-Georgian home on an exclusive south London estate to replace it with a contemporary mansion.
The fire you can see in the background, the minimalist hole-in-the-wall style fire built into an opening with two sides exposed and a pebble fuel effect.
Fires|Fireplaces|Stoves can confirm that the fire in this episode was actually none other than a Drugasar Metro 100XT balanced flue gas fire.
This stunning fire is fully enclosed on two sides with the choice of either carrera pebble or log fuel effect. Shown on the program with the pebble fuel effect and the flames dancing across the top.
This balanced flue gas fire develops up to 7.6kW of heat output on natural gas with a stunning efficiency of up to 70%, featuring automatic remote control as standard this fire fits perfectly with the post-modernist, contemporary style the house was built in, while also being functional with the high heat output probably more than adequate to heat the double height open living space it was situated in.

Available as both a right and left-handed versions the fire can be installed in a variety of situations, particularly across the corner and one side of a feature chimney breast for that ultimate impact.
Just as with the other Metro fires, the Slim Line Metro 100XT/2 uses the Vario Burner® technique that guarantees a natural flame effect and high efficiency. The unique burner divides the fire across the entire breadth and depth of the fire in a zig-zag fashion. Opt for the Cera rear wall for more dynamic flames.

For further details of this fire please click here

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