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Yes, just follow the indications provided in the instruction manual and in a few minutes, the fireplace will be installed.  Bioethanol fireplace do not need additional installation or fireplace work, they are completely autonomous.
The fireplaces can be installed in any type of interior environment:  living room, kitchen, etc. or you can choose only the burner and install directly in different kind of structure, for example:  furniture (non-combustible material), plasterboard, masonry, etc.
Yes, most of the heat generated by the combustion of bioethanol is concentrated in the place, therefore it is efficient as heating, which is not the case with the traditional fireplaces, since 2/3 of the energy produced is lost by the ducts.
Yes, you can place a burner inside a traditional fireplace and in a heat recovery unit.  Clearfire   has a collection of burners that were developed for that purpose.  In a fez minutes your old gas stove gains new life.
Yes, however the process of regulating the intensity of the flame varies depending on the model.  In the manual burner, the regulation is done with the flame regulator knob that comes with the burner; in the automatic burner, it is refilled on the control panel or with the remote control.  (Note: bioethanol consumption varies depending on the chosen regulation).
Yes, you can turn off the fireplace any time.  In the case of the manual burner, it is enough to close the regulation cover with the knob.  In automatic burners, just press the button.  Turn off your fireplace whenever you leave your home.
Yes, in any case the evaporation power is lower than that common alcohol.  In the case of manual burners, the bioethanol will be embedded in the wool or in the ceramic stone, which reduces evaporation.  You should close the burner to limit the evaporation.
Yes, they can be easily slid out of place.  However, you should only move the fireplace when it is not functioning, and we recommend that you do not have bioethanol in the burner.
Clearfire bio-fireplaces do not require special maintenance.  Use a damp close to clean the surface of the fireplace.  In the case of a manual stainless steel burner, you can use a product designed to clean this material.  In the case of an automatic burner, use a dry cloth.  In both cases, never use abrasive products.
Bio-fireplaces mainly release water vapor and carbon dioxide CO2.  The gas, due to combustion, presents a health risk. It is carbon monoxide CO. This happens when combustion is incomplete due to lack of oxygen.  To avoid this situation, the bio- fireplace is placed in an airy place, in an area compatible with the model.