EKent Country Classic MKII | Premium Fireplaces & Heaters
Kent wood heaters are the ultimate heating solution for your home. Kent's range of high-quality and efficient wood heaters are designed to provide warmth, comfort and style to any interior. With cutting-edge heating technology and sleek designs, Kent Country Classic MKII wood heaters are perfect for any home decor. Plus, their eco-friendly features ensure clean and healthy air in your home. Shop now and experience the beauty and warmth of a Kent wood heater, the perfect addition to your home.
A generous sized convection heater with a stunning modern design that provides ample heat for all Australian homes. This contemporary heater has a large window area giving your room a greater ambient glow as the wood burns inside. The variable speed electric fan is discreetly attached to the back of the heater.
This heater requires a six inch flue kit
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DIMENSIONS & CLEARANCES
Height (mm): - 840mm
Depth (mm): - 567mm
Width (mm): - 737mm
Rear Of Heater To Flue Centre - (mm) 199mm
Flue Diameter - 6 Inch
Rear Wall Clearance - 200mm
Hearth Clearance - 300mm
Corner Clearance - 100mm
Side Wall Clearance - 325mm
SPECIFICATIONS OF KENT COUNTRY CLASSIC MKII
Efficiency: - 76%
Heating Type: - Freestanding Wood Heater
Burn Time: - Up to 8.5 hours
Recommended Hearth: - Maxiheat 1.2 x 1.2m Hearth
Emissions: - 0.7g/kg
Fan: - Included
Heating Style: - Convection
Fuel: - Hardwood
Heating Capacity Output: - Heats up to 300m2
Colour: - Metallic Black
Select a location for your Kent Country Classic MKII Wood heater with great care.
- Do not place your heater in areas of high traffic, near furniture or draperies.
- Check that the intended location will not interfere with ceiling joists, rafters, valleys and ridges.
If your Kent Country Classic MKII is to be installed on carpet, timber or any other combustible material, you must place a hearth (also known as a floor protector) underneath the heater. Please observe the following:
- The hearth must consist of at least a 6 mm thick sheet of compressed fibre cement sheet with a thermal conductivity not greater than 0.33 W/m°K.
- It is not recommended that you make your own hearth.
- The hearth and heater assembly must be placed on a firm and level surface.
It is necessary to ensure that the heater is positioned on the hearth so that the requirements in the diagrams and table below are observed.
The front of the hearth should extend past the front of the heater by 282 mm. The side of the hearth should extend past the firebox opening by a minimum of 200 mm on each side.
It is vital that the heater be installed at the proper distance from combustible surfaces like wood, gyprock and curtains. These minimum distances, which you need to observe for your particular heater, are stated below. The diagrams show both parallel and corner installations. Failure to maintain these minimum distances may result in a fire for which your insurer may refuse to cover.
These clearances can be reduced with proper heat shielding. A non-combustible surface is placed between the heater and the combustible wall. It is vital that an unobstructed airflow be maintained between the two surfaces to remove excess heat.