An open-fronted, contemporary gas fireplace that brings the beauty and ambience of a real, open flame combined within a stylish enclosure and choice of trims. The Verine Atina gas fire is ideal for anyone looking for a striking, contemporary focal point and is not relying on it as a heat source.
Simple, landscape proportions with a interior enclosure approximately 500mm in width, the Verine Atina is designed predominantly for existing Class 1 flues (real chimneys) but can also be fitted into Class 2, 5" pre-fabricated flues subject to adequate depth being available to accommodate the Atina's 330mm inset depth.
Choose from the simple 'Slimline' trim in a choice of gloss black or polished stainless steel. For a wider overall look, you can opt for the XL or Strata fascia frame which give the fire a wider overall look - ideal for making a dramatic impression in your home! You can select the Atina to be supplied without a trim (not pictured) giving you the opportunity to add your own custom fascia in a variety of materials such as natural stone, marble, granite etc.
As with the majority of open-fronted, hole-in-the-wall gas fires of this type, the Verine Atina is designed for decorative effect only and the manufacturer does not quote a heat output rating for this model. It is popular for home-owners who want to enjoy the ambience of the dancing flames throughout the year but do not rely on it to provide heat to the room. This also results in the Atina being commonly chosen to fit below a flat screen television*.
Available without any optional fuel effects as a 'flame only' model or you have a wide range of optional fuel packs to choose from. Operated by a fully sequential remote control system that lights the pilot light and gives full control of flame height adjustment. The remote control system is powered by batteries in the fire and handset and does not require mains electric connection.
Air vent not normally required. An optional Gather Hood is available if fitting the Verine Atina with a flue liner.
*Please check with your TV manufacturer regarding fitting this fire below a TV prior to installation.
(Manufacturers instructions are offered as a guide only and may not always be the latest version)