Powerflue Gas Fires
Powerflue Gas Fires use a short length of twin-walled flue to expel waste gases. The powerflue gas fire is not sealed from the room, instead it is open fronted and draws air from the room to use in the combustion process. Waste gases are then pulled through the flue tube by an electric fan assembly which is discreetly mounted to the outside wall. A mains power supply is required to operate a powerflue gas fire.