Product Information

- Oak surround with black granite back panel & hearth.
- Brushed steel bio ethanol fire.
- 1.5 litre capacity with a 3 - 5 hours burning time.
- Up to 3kW heat output depending on size of aperture.
- Assembly required - Supplied in 6 pre-assembled parts.

The Adam Buxton bio ethanol fireplace suite offers an attractive and modern focal point for your home. The oak veneered surround is combined excellently with the black granite stone back panel and hearth. What does really make this suite stand out is the combination of the brilliant Adam Colorado bio ethanol inset fire. The fire provides a heat output of up to 3Kw depending on the size of the aperture and has a huge capacity of 1.5ltrs for your bio ethanol fuel. We can guarantee that this Adam Buxton bio ethanol fireplace suite will make your house a home.

Adam Buxton in Oak & Granite Stone with Colorado Bio Ethanol Fire in Black, 48 Inch

Product Code: 22941

EAN: 5056126234114

RRP£839

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£669

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Product Features

Surround Features:
Surround: Oak veneer
Back Panel: Black granite stone
Hearth: Black granite stone
Rebate: 3 inch rebate with optional 1" rebate slip
Inner Dimensions: H: 850 mm x W: 805 mm
Recess Required: No - Fits flat to the wall
Assembly Required: Yes - Supplied in 6 pre-assembled parts
Manufacturer: Adam

Fire Features:
Finish: Black
Heat Output: Up to 3kW depending on size of aperture
Fuel Type: Bio ethanol (max content 96%)
Burner Capacity: 1.5 litres
Burning Time of Capacity: 3 - 5 hours depending on size of aperture
Extra(s): Not suitable with gel fuel / Control tool supplied
Manufacturer: Adam

Key Measurements

  mm inches
Height: 1087 42.80
Width: 1219 47.99
Depth: 381 15.00
  kg lb
Weight: 103.54 228.27

Frequently Asked Questions

  •  Is this back panel suitable for solid fuel or gas fires?

    This back panel is suitable for all types of gas and electric fires but is NOT SUITABLE for solid fuel fires. For solid fuel a back panel must be "slabbed" ( this is an addition of a light concrete back cast on to the panel ) and the granite should be cut for expansion ( the granite is cut through - but not the concrete ).

  •  How can the granite be cut or drilled?

    You can use an angle grinder with a diamond cutting blade suitable for granite. It can be drilled with a suitable carbide drill bit but do NOT use hammer action setting on the electric drill. It can also be drilled with a hollow diamond core drill bit.

  •  How can the granite be cleaned or polished?

    For general cleaning, use soft soap and water (do NOT use washing up liquid) or a solution of washing soda for difficult marks. For very sticky surfaces, use white spirit. To polish, you can use a marble polish available from most hardware stores and larger supermarkets. WD40 can be used, but it does not last long before the surface loses it's shine with this technique.

  •  How can the back panel be fastened to the wall?

    This product must be installed by a suitably qualified professional. It is not suitable for DIY installation. Failure to do so may result in serious or fatal injury and/or property damage.

  •  There is a gap between the back panel and surround ?

    The back panel is not installed correctly to accommodate a deep rebate gap in the surround. If the gap is at the sides of the panel then the surround is not suitable for a standard back panel and you should ensure the dimensions are correct.

  •  What size is the back panel?

    The approximate sizes are 37" wide x 37" high x 3/4" thick (940 mm x 940 mm x 20 mm).

  •  What size is the fire cut out in the back panel?

    Approximately 16.5" wide x 22.5" high (420 mm x 570 mm).

  •  Is this hearth suitable for solid fuel or gas fires?

    This hearth is suitable for all types of gas and electric fires but is NOT SUITABLE for solid fuel fires. For solid fuel a hearth must be "slabbed" ( this is an addition of a light concrete back cast on to the hearth ) and the hearth should be cut for expansion ( the hearth is cut through - but not the concrete ).

  •  How can the hearth be cleaned or polished?

    For general cleaning, use soft soap and water (do NOT use washing up liquid) or a solution of washing soda for difficult marks. For very sticky surfaces, use white spirit. To polish, you can use a marble polish available from most hardware stores and larger supermarkets. WD40 can be used, but it does not last long before the surface loses it's shine with this technique.

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