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© 2010 Boley openhaarden

© 2010 Boley openhaarden

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The most important aspects of a properly functioning fireplace are the draught, the aeration and the heat transfer. The aeration system used by Boley extracts little air from the room unit. The heat transfer is the combined effect of convection and radiation. For wood to burn properly, it is important to obtain the highest possible burning temperature. The cast iron plates in the hearth create a higher temperature and promote radiant heat. In recent years, more and more fires have been fitted with a gas burner. Boley has developed a revolutionary, electronically protected gas fire. EC-approved gas fires can even be installed in apartments and homes with mechanical ventilation and a heat recovery system. As well a very natural flame effect, these fires also emit a lot of heat and are very clean in operation.