Canterbury Classic Freestanding Fireplace


An elegant, curved appearance effortlessly suits any home.

The double glazed window allows unobstructed viewing of the flames, creating the perfect feel of a flickering log fire in your home.

An impressive energy efficiency rating delivers heat effectively.

The heater can be safely placed on all floor surfaces, making it suitable for the family rooms and large living areas of modern Australian homes.

AUD 3,899.00
Type   Freestanding / top flue
Colours available   Black
Gas types available      Natural gas
  LP gas
Design features   Realistic eucalypt look logs
  Curved double glazed glass
  Enhanced flame effect
Controls   Electronic ignition and controls
Fan/heat settings   3 speed / 3 heat
Heat output   5.55 kW / 19.98 MJ/h
Heats on average   80 square metres (80 m2)
Gas consumption   26 MJ/hr
Efficiency rating   4 stars
  (tested to AS 4553:2008)
Safety   4 continuously monitored safety systems
Inclusions   Flue kit (FLUERO-B), containing:
  3 x 870mm lengths of 125mm  diameter black flue
  1 x 870mm length of 125mm diameter galvanised flue
  1 x painted bottom flue spigot
  1 x ceiling ring
  1 x 125mm cowl
Freestanding overall
Height (mm) 723
Width (mm) 650
Depth (mm) Heater depth: 425

Minimum distance from rear of heater to wall is 40mm. Total minimum depth from front of heater to wall is 465mm.

Refer to downloads tab for drawings.

Planning notes

  • Gas connection via a ½” copper compression fitting.
  • A 10 amp socket within 1.5m is required.
  • Maximum flue length is 4.5m.
  • Heater does not require non-combustible base. Can be installed against a combustible wall with clearances of 40mm rear, 100mm side and 900mm in front of heater.
  • This model is to be installed with a Round flue kit FLUERO-B, included with the heater.
  • The included flue kit FLUERO-B comprises of:
    3 x 870mm lengths of 125mm diameter painted black flue
    1 x 870mm length of 125mm diameter plain flue
    1 x ceiling ring
    1 x 125mm cowl
    1 x painted bottom flue spigot
  • When selecting a heater, consideration must be given as to the construction of the building with regards to ventilation. This will affect the efficiency of the type of flue selected and how it will operate – e.g. high energy efficient rating homes have little allowance for the introduction of fresh air for combustion purposes, therefore issues can arise with reverse flow of air through a standard flue in these homes. Two storey extensions to existing homes can also reduce the performance of standard flues. Avoid installing standard flue heaters on external perimeter walls of high pitched roof buildings to reduce the possibility of reversed air flow through the standard flue. If in doubt always select Powerflue models as these are not affected by these issues.
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