Quattro- Wall hanging Bio Ethanol
The Quattro is available in a few finishes. This fire incorporates a black burner and is 720mm x 600mm x 220mm. The burner contains a unique ceramic system and has a capacity of just over 1litre and a consumes a litre every 4 hours.
The wall hanging Quattro offers a striking alternative when no chimney or gas connection is available. The Quattro is available in Brushed stainless steel and anthracite. The fire uses a unique bio ethanol burner with a patented ceramic core.
The bio fire burner is constructed from steel and employs a porous ceramic block to store the bio ethanol fluid. The porous ceramic soaks up the bio ethanol like a sponge and then releases it in a controlled manner when required.
This fire uses a mini bioethanol burner which has a fuel capacity of just over 1 litre and burns 1 litre every 4 hours. The heat output for this fire is 1.9KW per hour.
The fire is lit with an extendable lighter and extinguished using the sliding mechanism so you don't have to stick your hands in the flames.
This bioethanol burner is TUV approved and is one of the only bio fire in Europe with a TUV safety approval stamp
The dimensions of the Quattro are :-
720mm width x 600mm height x 220mm deep
The advantages of this system over open trough bio ethanol burners are as follows:
1) Controlled release of the bio ethanol fluid, which extends the burn time of 1 litre of bio ethanol and therefore reduces the running costs.
2) The porous block absorbs the fluid so that in the event a burner is knocked over, the bio ethanol is contained within the block and doesn't spill on to the surrounding area.
3) The flame height is controlled by the consistent release rate of the porous block.
Our bio ethanol contemporary fires, burn bio ethanol producing no smell or smoke unlike a gel fire which burns gel fuel. Gel fires do smell and leave behind a residue in the combustion chamber. The benefit of bio ethanol over gel fuel is that it allows you to sit around the fire without the usual inconvenience of smoke, a complaint of wood burning stoves.