Kent Jindabyne | Premium Fireplaces & Heaters
Kent wood heaters the ultimate heating solution for your home. Kent's range of high-quality and efficient wood heaters is designed to provide warmth, comfort and style to any interior. With cutting-edge heating technology and sleek designs, Kent 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.
This robust radiant heater has plenty of character and is ideal for those seeking an economically priced heater with maximum heat output. The large window door enables you to see the brilliant flame burning inside. A durable Ironbark finish will complement any decor. Fitted trivet accessory included. Trivet is great for cooking soups, making coffee, reheating stew and boiling the kettle.
This heater requires a six inch flue kit
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Heating Type - Freestanding Wood Heater
Heating Style - Radiant
Width (mm) - 560mm
Firebox Warranty - 10 Years
Overnight Burn Time - up to 7.5hrs
Recommended Flue Kit - Maxiheat Default Decromesh Flue Kit
Depth (mm) - 525mm
Height (mm) - 785mm
Area Size - Indoor Medium
Fuel - Hardwood
Select a location for your Kent Jindabyne 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 Jindabyne Wood heater 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 17 mm of non-combustible material
- 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 observe the heater is position on the hearth so that the requirements stated on the separate enclosed sheet or the back of the heater are observed. The diagrams show the distance by which the front of the hearth and sides should extend past the heater door.
Hearth Clearance Dimensions
||Hearth Minimum Dimensions