BOLEY OPEN FIREPLACES
The most important aspects of well functioning open fireplaces are the combustion air, the flue and the heat transfer. The fresh air ventilation system that Boley applies withdraws little air from the room. The heat transfer comes in the form of convection and a radiation system. It is important, in order to achieve optimal combustion of wood, to obtain a high burning temperature. The cast-iron panels in the back wall provide an improved heat resistant quality whilst creating high radiant heat return.In recent years more and more fireplaces are being fitted with gas log burners. Boley has developed a revolutionary electronically secured gas burner. By applying a protected non-fumereturn system, Boley open fireplaces can also be placed in mechanically ventilated environments. With an installation certificate, this system has been also certified for public places andgovernment buildings. Not only is the flame pattern of the Boley gas burner very natural and extremely realistic, the heat output is high whilst maintaining a very clean combustion.