Bioethanol fireplaces are spreading at a pace sustained for some time in this part. A success due to the wide variety of commercially available models (some of which are also quite cheap) and the simplicity of installation. The bioethanol fireplace is in fact the perfect solution for those who live in an apartment and does not have either the chimney or permission to make a new one. Bioethanol is a completely biological fuel derived from the processing of particular biomass of other glucose-rich elements; when it burns does not release harmful fumes into the air in such quantities as to be harmful to people. With the combustion, water vapor is created, which is completely harmless. Fireplaces of this type do not produce ash and sparks; they do not even have exhaust pipes and masonry works, which are always tiring and expensive. Some models can be embedded in a wall, others hanging on the wall as well as paintings. Almost complete combustion and guarantees a very true flame effect. Wood that is sometimes combined with biocamina is made of fiberglass and is simply placed around the flame with a completely ornamental purpose. Goya photo of British Fires, a modern fireplace to hang on the wall. Structure made of white lacquered MDF and black metal base.
The bioethanol fireplace is the ideal solution for those who want to recreate the atmosphere of a traditional fireplace but does not have the option of installing a chimney. Bioethanol is an ecological fuel, and consequently it also allows to respect the environment. However, it should be made clear that the bioethanol fireplaces hardly can heat an entire apartment, so there is a need for a complementary heating system; in the case of a single room, even of medium size, this type of fireplace may be sufficient. The absence of a chimney can not be underestimated even in terms of yield, as the heat produced by combustion is available at 100 percent. Consumption of bioethanol heating devices depends on the power itself and the combustion management capacity that is increasingly being used in medium-high band devices through electronic systems that optimize combustion. Also useful is the presence of a fuel pump. MaisonFire Boheme: an elegant ground-based fireplace, with “flame” passing through, featuring a graduated loading counter and lighter.
A bioethanol fireplace is located in furnished environments according to the most diverse styles; in fact, there are both classic models and models with a contemporary design. Just choose, in short. With regard to operation, two liters of this fuel in liquid form are able to feed the chimney for about three hours. For example, a surface of between forty and fifty square meters is efficiently heated in a short time, with an increase of about ten degrees per hour. The fuel is contained in the fireplace tank, which is generally equipped with a porous stone, which has the task of absorbing the bioethanol that by burning releases in the environment of vapors completely harmless to humans. The stone inside the biocaminate also performs a safety function, as it separates the flame and fuel between them, preventing them from contacting them. In the picture a stone bioethanol fireplace, traditional, with closed hearth signed Ruby Fires.
What consumption of a bioethanol fireplace? First of all we say that you can buy denatured bioethanol (CEE 3199 22/11/93 at 96 °) at local or online retailers. In Italy it costs on average between 2.5 and 4.7 euros per liter, excluding transport, and for quantities over 50 liters can not disregard Das, or Simplified Accompanying Document, and the ADR (Freight Transport License dangerous). Consumption may vary depending on the combustion management capacity and the power of the device. Bioethanol consumes quickly: 10 liters of fuel burn in about twelve hours. CO2 emissions are dropped to an important extent: we talk about 70 percent less than fossil fuels. Choosing a bioethanol fireplace means enriching your home as a sign of convenience, elegance, warmth and convenience. A remarkable added value. Decoflame Denver Corner picture, is a strong visual impact fireplace, ideal for large spaces, to be combined with a corner sofa.
How much does bioethanol fireplaces cost? The price scissors are wide, ranging from a few hundred euros to even reach 3000. The difference is given by the size of the chimney, the materials with which it was made, the design, the size of the tanks and therefore the duration of heating with a single “load”. The bioethanol fireplace allows you to keep the clean environment both inside and out: no pollution problem occurs and no harmful fumes are released in the apartment. There is a saving from the point of view of the installation and no connection to the electric grid or gas. It is not necessary to have a firewood to store fuel; ethanol cans are not bulky and can be purchased as they serve. The disadvantages of the bioethanol fireplace are mainly related to the cost of fuel which in Italy is still higher than the European average. In the photo Biokamino’s Louvre, inspired by the majesty of Egyptian pyramids and the timeless charm of one of the most romantic cities in the world. Opened on four sides, for a 360 degree flame visibility, it’s perfect for a relaxing corner with a good book or to gather friends around the fire to tell past vacations or plan for the future. Safety and longevity are ensured thanks to an efficient and quality burner
It is important to know that there are “bioethanol fireplaces” in the market that are not really such. They operate on potentially hazardous alcohol and do not meet the standard NF D35-386 standard. The NF D35-386 standard, currently in force, is the French reference code that governs the safety standards for the construction and marketing of alcohol devices: you should check it out before purchasing it. If it is possible, you also opt for a chimney that simply requires filling the tank and that it is done by pressing an opening button. The more advanced models are equipped with remote control and equipped with safety sensors that lock the burner in case of malfunctions or anomalies. In picture the Tomasucci Pigna Red fireplace, made entirely of 2 full-length tiled tiles. Thanks to the characteristics of the ceramic and its shape, it even radiates heat, with only 250 cl. (about € 0.50) of bioethanol can be heated up to a room of 30 mt. Each item will never equal the next; this guarantees its uniqueness and originality. Cooking is done at 1000 ° (baking stage) and subsequent dye decoration qualifies our articles as a luxury product in the field of artistic ceramics.
Bioethanol fireplace, for heating and furnishing: Bioethanol fireplaces
Bioethanol fireplaces are flame retardant systems requiring an external air intake to provide the necessary oxygen replacement within the environments. Bioethanol is composed of denatured ethyl alcohol obtained through the fermentation of biomass from which vegetable sugars (potatoes, corn, vinegar, sugar beet, etc.) are obtained. The operation of the bioethanol fireplace is based on the principle of old spirits (or alcohol stove): alcohol is contained in a tank while porous stones, which function like the traditional wick, are soaked with this substance allowing the combustion of its vapors . It is a combustion that only produces CO2 and water vapor, which is why ecological fireplaces do not require a chimney. In addition, the heat output is enormous, as traditional flue guns bring out, in addition to combustion products, a considerable amount of heat produced by combustion. When purchasing such a chimney, make sure that it has the labeling and documentation that conforms to UNI 11518, the marking plate of the appliance features, the safety plate that provides load information, and the related maintenance manuals, installation and use