Tuesday, 29 January 2013

Infinity 600CF

Compact, beautiful and well designed the 600CF Infinity gas fire from Charlton & Jenrick offers all the designer looks of the flagship 890CF gas fire and at 603mm wide will fit a huge proportion of current housing stock.
The conventionally flued 600CF hole in the wall gas fire is an excellent stand-alone product in its own right but also offers the solution to those customers that really like the Infinity 890CF fire but don’t have the room to fit it into their chimney breast.
The fire comes fitted with black ribbed liners and a log fuel bed that offers a mesmerizingly realistic flame effect using Charlton & Jenrick’s unique in-house developed burner. A very respectable 4.2kW output is achieved from the modest 5.5kW input thanks to the development team’s state of the art firebox design. This impressive performance makes the fire 76% efficient and presents a very positive sale to the energy conscious public.
As with all the fires in the Infinity range the 600CF comes fitted as standard with a full sequence radio frequency remote control system. A choice of 7 trims accompanies the fire; Polished Stainless Steel, Graphite or Piano Black Profile trims or Polished Stainless Steel, Brushed Stainless Steel, Piano Black & Graphite Flat trims. The trim range is deliberately selected to be identical to that offered on the 890CF. Peter Mintoft, Director explains “when we launched to the 890CF last summer we already had the launch of the 600CF in mind to follow this year. Our retailers have the 890CF on display in their showrooms and whilst it is being received very well indeed there are firm opportunities for a more compact version where households have a smaller chimney breast or fireplace opening. Now with the 600CF gas fire in the portfolio customers can achieve the same dramatic effect as 890CF but perhaps do not have the space.
The Infinity range are only available from showrooms and cannot be purchased Online, so why not pop down to your local Infinity retailer and experience the quality of an Infinity fire first hand.

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