Please note: This is a brand-new unit, never shipped, but the box has been open. The unit is in perfect condition and will still receive the full manufacturer's warranty.
Bring warmth and relaxation into your home with the Napoleon Gas Fireplace.
- Meets 2020 EPA Standards
- Maximum Output BTU/Hour: 55,000
- Maximum Efficiency: 72%
- Minimum Fireplace Dimensions: 28"W x 22"H x 16"D (18"D With Traditional Front)
- Ceramic Glass Size: 23 13/16"W x 12 11/16"H (Traditional Front) | 23 13/16"W x 11 9/16"H (Contemporary Front)
- This model IS Pre Fab Approved
- This model IS NOT Mobile Home Approved
- Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Turn your drafty fireplace into a positive heat source with the Napoleon Oakdale EPI3 Wood Burning Insert. The included blower will help to push heat into the room with 55,000 BTU and heating up to 1,500 sq. ft. 3 Optional fronts allow you to match your style. A large viewing area will allow you to heat more efficiently without losing the view of the fire.
The Napoleon Oakdale EPI3 Wood Burning Insert has rear rollers and oversized levelling screws to allow for easy installation and quick set up. The safety door switch and heat activated thermal switch makes for a safe environment. As Napoleon stands behind their products, this fireplace comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
- Heat Capacity: Up To 1500 Square Feet
- Maximum Burn Time: 8 Hours
- Firebox Volume: 1.8 Cubic Feet
- Ideal Firewood Length: 18" (Left To Right)
- Flu Size: 6"
- Weight: 330 Lbs
- Certification: EPA, CSA
NAPOLEON FIREPLACE PRODUCTS
Napoleon Fireplace Products is one of the largest Fireplace, Stove, Insert, And Electric Fireplace manufacturers in North America. Offering gas fireplaces designed for the price conscious builder and the interior designer looking for something unique. Napoleon's gas products feature patented burner technology with realistic flames and faux logs. Napoleon also manufacturers wood stoves and wood inserts backed by their Presidents Lifetime Warranty. Napoleon has one of the largest selections of electric fireplaces on the market today with both traditional fireboxes as well as contemporary . Everything indoor fire related under one brand name.
WOOD STOVES AND INSERTS
Stoves made to the EPA 2020 standards will be the most efficient, cleanest burning stoves every made. Here's the who, what, where, when, why, and how. Who? All wood stove manufacturers and will have to meet the new standards. All consumers purchasing and installing a new wood stove will have to purchase a 2020 compliant stove. What? This means not only does your stove produce less pollutants, you will get more heat from less wood. The gasses leaving the stove and the small particles that go up your chimney that still have heat value are reignited before leaving the stove. Where? Every state in the US has adopted the new standard. When? Starting January 1st, 2020. Why? Wood stoves are responsible for a relatively large amount of air pollution, especially in northern states where homeowners use their stoves as a primary source of heat. How? There are two ways of of increasing the efficiency of a wood burning stove. The most popular way is by ducting the air in the stove so it is released in specific locations to that the wood and smoke are burned more completely. This is called non-catalytic or clean burning. The second way is with a catalytic converter. When the smoke travels through the converter, it lowers the temperature at which combustion takes place, therefore burning the smoke more completely. Stoves with catalysts typically burn a little more efficiently and require a little more involvement with the use of the stove. Non-catalytic stoves require little to no additional involvement outside of regulating the air feeding the stove.