The Heatmaster gas fireplace
range consists of two main types, insulated ( 'A' series ) and uninsulated
( 'B' series ). There are four firebox sizes in both catagories ranging from
the 450 to the 900 and all are available in natural gas or LPG with a selection
of three infills or burner 'boxes' as pictured below. The Heatmaster open
style gas fire range are fully Australain designed and manufactured and are
the only open style fireplace to win the Australian Design Award. Read on
to find out why Heatmaster is the only choice for your open convective fireplace.
THE HEATMASTER ENVIRO GAS FIRE - The new Heatmaster gas fire is a glass front sealed unit available in Black or Stainless Steel with a choice of logs, coals or pebbles. It offers total flexibility in it's variable fluing options and carries an efficient 4.6 star rating. With such sleek modern styling the Enviro is the only gas heater with great looks and huge heat output. Click on small pic at left for prices. Click on next pic down for larger images.
THE HEATMASTER ENVIRO INSTALLATION GUIDE - The Heatmaster Enviro gas fire can be installed almost anywhere due to it's zero clearance design so framing it into a boxed enclosure is no problem but it is just as at home turning your inefficient old open fire into a modern, efficent and attractive heat source.
THE HEATMASTER ENVIRO UNIT & FRAMOUT DIMENSIONS - Check here for the dimensions of the fire and the framing clearances. Although the Enviro is rated zero clearance, it is always a good idea to leave a gap of 25mm as this is easy to do.
THE HEATMASTER GAS FIREPLACE
PRICES & SIZES - Click on
thumb pic for all of the Heatmaster firebox sizes and prices. Pictured
right is the Heatmaster 650 with stainless burner & pebble set
and 4 sided, wide stainless steel surround.
THE HEATMASTER 650 GAS FIREPLACE
WITH FOUR SIDED BLACK SURROUND - Click on small
pic to find out what's best for you, A series (insulated) or B series (non-insulated).
THE HEATMASTER 'A' SERIES
FREESTANDING - All Heatmaster gas fires are available
as freestanding units in black or stainless steel.
HEATMASTER MODERN FASCIA
OPTIONS - The modern Heatmaster style is a minimalist
approach either with a simple mantel or with a straight fascia.
FLUEING - Depending on the type of installation,
the flue system will vary. If you are installing into an existing masonry
fireplace or you intend to build a masonry enclosure and chimney then an active
flue run is all you need with one outer flue and cowl at the top. If you want
a zero clearance 'boxed in' with timber frame then a double flue system is
GAS FIREPLACE INSTALLATION REQUIREMENTS - can
be viewed by clicking the small pic on the left. Heatmaster
Outdoor Lifestyle Designs present
an exciting way to liven up the great outdoors CLICK
HERE to view.
HEATMASTER DECORATIVE GAS
BURNERS - A choice of 3 decorative burner 'boxes' are
FAN BOOSTED GAS FIREBOX - Is a different design
from the wood firebox. A 2 speed fan is included.
All Heatmaster 'A' series gas
fireplaces are rated as zero clearance which means they can be installed into
combustible enclosures like a timber framed 'box' or cabinetry.
Heatmaster open fireplaces are
the leaders in convective fireplace technology and are the only open style
fireboxes to win an Australian Design Award.
They won this prestigous award by setting the standards in efficiency and
flexibility of installation. The firebox design allows for superior convection
as the surfaces are used to efficiently gather and disperse the heat into
the room where you want it.
The flue system can run straight off the top of the firebox without the need
of a gather which makes installation so much easier and cheaper. Other open
fireboxes that require a gather are often installed without them seriously
compromising the performance of the fire not to mention installation standards.
Heatmaster also make their fireboxes available in an insulated model - the
'A' series allowing ultimate installation and design flexibility.
All gas heaters should be
installed by an accredited tradesman in accordance with local codes if any
or to ANSI Z223.1 - 1992 and NFPA 54(88) and the requirements listed in the