What is an ethanol fireplace and how does it work? Everything you need to know
What is an ethanol fireplace and how safe is such a fireplace? In this article you can read everything you need to know:
Ethanol fireplaces (bio-ethanol fireplaces) are an alternative to traditional fireplaces with a real flame that does not produce dangerous chemicals or smoke. Currently, many modern houses and apartments have bio-ethanol fireplaces. The bio-ethanol fireplaces burn ethanol and do not require a chimney in the home.
However, some models of bioethanol fireplaces are sometimes used for decoration and only produce supplementary heat. Designers use it to give a special touch of classic style to the house or to make the interior of the apartment even more modern and interesting. Because some bioethanol fireplaces can be moved, it is possible to change the interior design when necessary.
If you move the bio-ethanol fireplace, you run no risk of it wearing out. Bio-ethanol fireplaces give a homely feeling.
Where and why should you use bioethanol fireplaces?
Today's wide choice of bioethanol fireplaces available in different designs offers the advantage of making a good choice in accordance with customer requirements.
Manual fireplaces are intended to require user intervention
refilling the fuel burners, while automatic ethanol fireplaces eliminate direct contact with the fuel because the fuel is stored in a special reservoir. With the remote control you have the option to determine the size of the flame.
Certain bio-ethanol fireplaces have a process safety system. These bio-ethanol fireplaces are equipped with special sensors that extinguish the flame when the fireplace reaches high temperatures or when the sensor recognizes dangerous situations such as low oxygen that can make the fireplace uncontrollable, so that the safety system does not switch off.
So always safe.