Novent will never compromise on the high operational standards they have set on health and safety features in their fireplaces. They also endeavor to continually manufacture their products to the high quality standards expected from the market segment into which Novent fireplaces are distributed.
The Novent built-in convection boxes are designed in such a manner that customers have several gas system options to choose from. These options vary from realistic looking log fires, glowing coals and white pebbles. Customers also have the option to choose the materials they wish to have their fireplace manufactured from. The most popular materials are black mild steel and polished stainless steel, including combinations thereof.
When choosing a gas grate customers must pay special attention to the heat output. There are strict limitations with respect to the size of the room into which a fireplace may be installed.
Available in both build-in and freestanding units in a variety of styles and finishes, the Novent has a realistic looking ceramic log, coals and pebbles that glow and flicker, creating a cosy atmosphere.
The following styles are available to suit your needs :
- Double sided
- SABS test results
The Novent fireplace was tested by the SABS to determine if the sample complies with the requirements of SABS 1539:2003 “appliance operating on liquefied petroleum gas – safety aspects”. Report number 7222/2354427/wg002
The maximum permissible concentrations of contaminants in air which is intended for breathing are stipulated as follows by SABS019: CO/10 parts per million and CO2/500 parts per million. This gives a ratio of CO/CO2 of 0.02 in SANS 1539:2003 (edition 3).
The tests conducted on the Novent flue less gas heater in accordance with SANS 1539:2003 (edition 3) resulted in levels of CO/CO2 ratio of 0.005 and is substantially lower than the required maximum levels indicated. ODS
The Novent flue less gas fireplace is also equipped with an oxygen depletion system (ods) – that automatically shuts off the gas supply should the oxygen levels in the room become too low.