The NEO3FG gas stove is quite versatile being suitable for both contemporary styling or more traditional homes. It boasts a high efficiency of 82.3%. The realistic ceramic logs have been chosen to ensure they not only give a most impressive flame effect when lit, they also look authentic when the stove isn't being operated.
The flame effect is so realistic it is hard to tell that this isn't a real log fire. With three sides of glass, you can see the breath-taking view of the fire from almost anywhere in the room. You can further enhance the flame effect with the addition of the optional LED light system which will add an authentic glow to the base of the fire. The interior of the stove can be altered with the optional vermiculite back panel or the optional black glass panel which reflects the flames for more intensity.
The ACR NEO3FG has a curved cast iron door and cast iron top plate and being the lower of the Neo Gas stoves, is ideal for recess installation as well as free- standing in the room.
Full of cutting edge technology, the stove is supplied with a simple-to-operate remote control allowing you to turn the stove on and up & down. You can even add the optional MyFire package to your stove allowing you to operate the stove from your smart phone or tablet with the handy app. If preferred, you can upgrade to the Symax remote control to allow thermostatic operation and a range of other applications including a child-lock for safety.
Available in Natural Gas or LPG versions, the NEO 3F Gas Stove is designed for use with a balanced flue system meaning that you can exit the flue either horizontally from the stove and through the wall to the outside (snorkel kit option), upwards off the top of the stove and then out through the wall to the outside (up and out kit option) or through an existing chimney and terminate at roof level (renovation kit option).
Being balanced flue, the stove is room sealed which means it takes all of it's air required for combustion from the outside. This is done via the balanced flue kit where the combustion air is drawn through the outer pipe and the flue gasses are expelled through the inner pipe.