2016 catalogue

2016 catalogue
2016 Wood Fire Range
METRO FIRES
Keeping warm is a basic need that we all share, and the
ambience, natural warmth and comfort of a flickering
fire is the perfect way to keep your home warm, dry
and healthy.
Metro fires was born in rural Taranaki back in the
mid-90’s, by Peter Butler working from the garage of
the family home.
Peter saw an opportunity to develop a range of stylish,
well-built, high performing wood fires which would set
the market on fire. Development of the very first Metro
proved to be a success and quickly the brand started
to grow. Instant demand set in, allowing the range to
rapidly expand from a single model to the 27 models
that are featured in this years range.
Metro, as a company, continues to grow and build
on Peter’s legacy with the same passion, drive and
ethics. We are dedicated wood fire specialists and
pride ourselves on using the highest quality materials,
workmanship and the very latest manufacturing
techniques. We are also proud to support local industry
and New Zealand’s future by continuing to design and
manufacture our wood fires right here in New Zealand.
Our continued focus on research and development,
coupled with our product design & innovation saw us
acknowledged at New Zealand’s BEST Awards where
we received the Sustainable Product Design & Consumer
Awards. Receiving these awards reinforces our
commitment to deliver quality NZ made wood fires to
Kiwi homes providing many years of warmth and service.
While we specialise in wood fire development, we also
provide the complete home heating solution with our
extensive range of complimentary heating products.
From our unique Metro ECO flue systems, wetbacks and
heat transfer systems, to our range of floor protectors
(hearths), child guards and heating accessories.
Welcome natural warmth and comfort into your home.
Thank you for choosing Metro fires.
Darin Butler | MANAGING DIRECTOR
CLEAN AIR
OR
LTD RURAL
A comprehensive range of clean air
approved and LTD wood fires to suit
both urban and rural homes.
Designed and manufactured in
New Zealand by a New Zealand
owned and operated company.
Most Metro’s can be fitted with a
wetback to assist or fulfil your water
heating requirements.
Metro fires are capable of heating up
to 280m2. Look for this heating area
icon displayed with each wood fire.
Metro fireboxes are constructed with
6, 8 or 10mm NZ steel and firebrick lined
for superior efficiency and longevity.
Metro ECO Flue Systems draw cooling
air from the ceiling cavity or outside,
not from the room the fire is heating.
Minimal clearances are required to
a combustible surface allowing for
compact wall and corner installations.
Peace of mind with our premium
10 year firebox warranty and 1 year
parts warranty on all Metro fires.
CLEAN AIR APPROVED MODELS
These models are suitable for any sized property and can be installed into a clean air zone
Model
Tiny Ped
Tiny Rad
Wee Rad
Wee Rad Base
Wee Rad Woody
Heating area
120m2
120m2
150m2
150m2
150m2
150m2
Heat output
11kW
11kW
15kW
15kW
15kW
15kW
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Appliance finish
HT
HT
HT
HT
HT
HT/VE
Page reference
5
5
6
6
7
6
Xtreme Rad
Xtreme Rad Base
Xtreme Rad Woody
Xtreme Ped
Euro Rad
Heating area
220m2
220m2
220m2
220m2
220m2
220m2
Heat output
20kW
20kW
20kW
20kW
20kW
20kW
✓
✓
✓
✓
Appliance finish
HT
HT
HT
HT/VE/S
HT
VE
Page reference
12
12
13
12
16
16
Wetback
Model
Wetback
*
✓
Wee Pe
Euro Pe
✓
LT D M O D E L S
These models are suitable for properties with a land area of two hectares or greater
Model
LTD Wee Rad
LTD Wee Rad Base
LTD Xtreme Rad
LTD Xtreme Rad Base
LTD Mega Rad
Heating area
150m2
150m2
220m2
220m2
280m2
150m2
Heat output
15kW
15kW
20kW
20kW
24kW
15kW
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
Appliance finish
HT
HT
HT
HT
HT
VE
Page reference
18
18
18
19
19
21
Wetback
model is not approved with a wetback in a clean air zone, but can be installed with a wetback on properties of 2 hectares or greater.
* This
HT= High temperature paint finish / VE= Vitreous Enamel finish / S= Silver finish
LTD Trend
d
Rad
Wee Ped
R1
R2
Ambie One
Ambie Plus
Classic Rad
150m2
150m2
220m2
170m2
220m2
170m2
15kW
15kW
20kW
15kW
20kW
17kW
✓
✓
✓
✓
*
HT/VE
HT
HT
VE
VE
HT
6
8
8
11
11
9
Euro Ped
Mega Rad
Trend Insert
Smart Insert
Mega Smart
220m2
280m2
150m2
150m2
220m2
20kW
24kW
15kW
15kW
20kW
✓
✓
✓
✓
✓
VE
HT
VE
HT/VE
VE/S
16
17
20
20
21
*
Wood fires release their heat through
a combination of heat radiation,
which heats objects, and convection
which heats the air. The amount of
each varies with most models being
predominantly one type or the other.
LTD Trend Insert
A convection wood fire heats the
air immediately around it. Hot air is
lighter (less dense) so it rises away
from the wood fire and gets replaced
with cooler air that is then heated. This
convection air-current means that the
hottest air in the room rises up to the
ceiling with the warmer air remaining
in the lower part of your room.
A radiant wood fire releases heat into
the room by “radiating” an infrared
heat directly from the outer surfaces
of the appliance onto any object in
close proximity. This results in more
heat being retained lower in the room.
Ideal for older and less insulated (or
draughty) homes, and homes with
higher ceilings.
150m2
15kW
✓
VE
21
Convection heat
Radiant heat
Check out the Metro range for 2016
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CHOOSE THE BEST FIRE
There are many factors to consider when installing a Metro wood fire in your home
and ensuring you select the correct size and model for your home and heating
requirements is key. The right Metro wood fire with correct operation and good
dry fuel will provide you years of warmth and trouble-free heating.
1
Check your property size to confirm whether you’re in a clean air zone or not
If your property ‘land size’ is less than 2 hectares, you can only install a clean air model. If your property ‘land size’ is
2 hectares or greater, you can choose to install either a dedicated LTD (rural) model or a clean air approved model.
2
Check with your local council for the airshed/emission requirements for your area
The National Environmental Standard permits a maximum of 1.5 grams of particulates per kilogram of fuel burnt with a
minimum heating efficiency of 65%. Some councils have more stringent emission requirements than this. For example,
Central Otago Air Shed 1 is restricted to 0.7 grams and Canterbury is restricted to 1 gram.
3
Choose the correct size Metro fire which will provide the best heat for your home
Choosing the correct sized Metro fire for the space you are wanting to heat is very important. A model that is too
large for the space you are heating will have to be turned down, which reduces efficiency, creates more emissions and
produces contaminants (unburnt) which can damage the firebox and flue system.
Measure the area (m2) you wish to heat and compare it to the heating area icon shown with each model. Homes
with a high stud, lack of insulation or the installation of a wetback or heat transfer system may require more heating
capacity. Your Metro specialist or installer can provide further assistance in choosing the best size Metro fire.
4
Select the best location in your home for your new Metro fire
The location of your fire will determine how well it heats your home. Your Metro fire can be freestanding, insert or
built-in. Determine the best location for your fire to ensure the specified clearances, floor protector requirements, flue
installation, and optimum heat distribution are achieved. Your Metro specialist or certified installer will be more than
happy to visit your home and advise on the best model and installation location for your home heating needs.
5
Have your Metro fire installed by a registered or approved installer
We recommend your Metro fire should always be installed by a registered or approved installer and must be installed
to the manufacturers’ detailed specifications. Your Metro specialist or certified installer can also help manage the
council permit process from consent application through to completed installation.
1
A HOT BURN = A CLEAN BURN
The key to lighting a good fire is not having to
frequently open the door while the fire is heating up.
Once the door is closed the flue temperature will rise
and the fire will establish more quickly with fewer
emissions. A red hot ember bed will establish sooner
without constant interference.
The wood you burn must be dry and well seasoned
because it will burn cleanly and provide the most heat
to your home. Unseasoned or green wood contains a
great amount of moisture which reduces the burning
temperature of the fire and creates a raft of issues
during operation. It will cause your door glass to
turn black, produce corrosive elements which can be
detrimental to the firebox and flue system, and provide
minimal heat to your home.
When you have an efficient fire burning you will have
bright swirling flames and red glowing embers with
little to no smoke exiting the flue. Your home will also
be warmed with the maximum amount of heat from the
fuel being burnt.
H O W T O S TA R T A G O O D F I R E
The key to a smokefree fire is a hot firebox and flue.
Get them both hot as quickly as possible to promote
the best draw and cleanest burn.
Place a generous quantity of loosely crumpled
newspaper on the base of the firebox until it is
approximately 50% full of paper. Add dry kindling and
move the air control knob as far to the right as possible,
being the fully open ‘high’ position.
Light the newspaper at two or three locations across
the front of the door opening and leave the door
slightly ajar resting on the latch pin for a few minutes
while the fire establishes.
Once the kindling is burning well, close the door and
allow the fire to establish. After 20 minutes the fire
should be well established and smaller pieces of wood
should now be added. Don’t turn your fire down (limit
air supply) at this stage.
2
Continue loading smaller pieces of wood until the fire
is well established with a good base of glowing red
embers. Once you have this good base, you can then
start to add larger pieces of wood.
Keep the air control on high until the larger wood
you’ve just added is burning well. You can then
regulate the air control to achieve the desired burn
rate and heat output.
It is best to regulate heat output by adding more
or less wood rather than running your wood fire on
low for extended periods. Creosote is produced and
accumulates in the firebox and flue system when fires
are operated on low for extended periods. This can be
damaging to the firebox and the flue system.
Re-kindle the fire quickly if the wood load has burnt
down to only a few glowing embers.
Smoke Alert
Smoke Alert
Smoke Alert
Don’t skimp on newspaper and
kindling as the firebox and flue won’t
get hot enough quickly to draw well
and the fire will struggle to start.
Don’t smother your fire by using
wood that is too big or by cramming
too much wood into your burner.
Allow air to flow around the wood.
Don’t add too many big logs at once
or add a big log to a dying fire and
turn the air control down. This makes
it hard for the new fuel to ignite.
BURNING
SMARTER
TIPS FOR A CLEAN HOT BURN
• Organise your firewood well before the
winter season and get it from an approved
reputable merchant. Well seasoned
firewood will provide the most heat and the
cleanest burn. Once split, softwoods take
a minimum of 12 months to season before
burning, and hardwoods at least 24 months.
• Burn only dry, well seasoned firewood that
has been split properly and has a moisture
content of less than 25%. Store your
firewood under cover and off the ground
in a loosely stacked criss-cross pattern to
allow dry air to circulate through it.
• Always open the air control fully prior to
opening the door. Unlatch the door and then
open it slowly to load your wood. When
loading wood, place it end-on, ‘front to
back’. Air spaces should be left between the
wood to enable oxygen to get to as much of
the surface of the wood as possible.
• Every time you refuel, leave the air control
on ‘high’ for a minimum of 20 minutes.
• Don’t burn wood that has been treated
with preservatives or impregnated with
chemicals or glue. Chipboard, particle
board, or laminated board, or any wood
that has been painted, stained or oiled.
• Don’t burn driftwood or other salt laden
wood because it contains corrosive salts
that will damage the firebox and flue system.
• Don’t burn domestic rubbish, glossy
paper, magazines and wrappers or coal.
They produce harmful chemicals that can
damage the firebox and flue system.
Visit metrofires.co.nz for further smart burning
and fuel seasoning/storage information
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R E D H O T PA C K A G E D E A L S
This season we have three package deals delivering unbeatable performance and
warmth to your home, at a price that make other fires shiver. Choose from a 15kW
freestanding package, 20kW freestanding package or 15kW insert package.
Don’t suffer through another cold winter, package up and save!
R 1 PA C K A G E D E A L
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
R 2 PA C K A G E D E A L
CLEAN
AIR
150M2
15KW
MODEL
S M A R T PA C K A G E D E A L
CLEAN
AIR
220M2
20KW
MODEL
150M2
15KW
Package includes the following:
• R1 wood fire
• Standard freestanding flue kit
• Pioneer double flue shield
• 10 year firebox warranty
Package includes the following:
• R2 wood fire
• Standard freestanding flue kit
• Pioneer double flue shield
• 10 year firebox warranty
Package includes the following:
• Smart Insert firebox
• Smart Insert Metallic Black fascia
• Standard insert flue kit
• 10 year firebox warranty
15kW
PA C K A G E
20kW
PA C K A G E
15kW
PA C K A G E
$1799
$2599
$2698
Please note: The R1 and R2 Packages shown above do not include the floor protector (hearth) illustrated. The Smart Insert Package is suitable for masonry
chimney installations only and does not include the Metro Smart optional fascia base rail pictured. The prices shown above are for the listed package
contents only. Installation and council consent costs will need to be provided by your local Metro retailer or installer.
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TINY SERIES
Small in size, punching well above their weight
TINY PED
TINY RAD
CLEAN
AIR
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
120M2
11KW
WE TBACK
Designed to heat smaller homes
and open areas. The Tiny Ped has
the smallest footprint with corner
and wall clearances of only 25mm
and 60mm respectively. Featuring
a surprisingly large 31 litre firebox
for a compact wood fire. This fire
punches well above its weight with
a peak heat output of 11kW.
metallic black paint finish
MODEL
120M2
11KW
WE TBACK
The Tiny Rad is the smallest Rad in
the Metro lineup and stands proudly
on legs. Perfect for smaller sized
homes or the holiday bach/crib.
Cook your favourite soup or boil
the kettle on the dedicated cooktop.
A small versatile fire that does it
all and will provide you with many
years of warmth.
metallic black paint finish
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WEE SERIES
CLEAN
AIR
MODELS
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
The hot favourites for keeping your family warm this winter
WEE RAD
NZ’s hot favourite every winter.
The Wee Rad has been heating
Kiwi homes for over 15 years.
Recently updated, the Wee Rad
is now bigger, hotter and cleaner
burning with a larger door glass for
enhanced flame view. A popular
model with timeless traditional
styling that will easily heat a
standard 3 bedroom home for
many winters to come.
WEE RAD BASE
From the ashlip up, the Wee Rad
Base features the firebox and cook
top of the Wee Rad and provides
the same heat output to your
home. The aesthetic difference
between these two models is the
pedestal base. The pedestal base
gives modern clean lines and a
contemporary look to any home.
WEE PED
The Wee Ped features the same
heat output as it’s Wee Series
siblings. Its 15kW peak heat output
will drive out the winter cold while
its modern design sits well with any
home’s decor. With enhanced flame
picture and smooth contemporary
styling, the Wee Ped is more than
capable of heating the average 3
bedroom home.
metallic black paint finish
metallic black paint finish
metallic black paint finish
matt black enamel finish
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WEE WOODY
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
The Wee Series welcomes the
arrival of the Wee Woody.
Designed and built around the Wee
Series firebox with a good capacity,
convenient dry wood storage.
•
•
•
•
Heats open areas up to 150m2
Peak heat output of 15kW
Wetback water heating option
6mm steel firebrick lined firebox
metallic black paint finish
Wee Woody shown on a Rimu 1300 Corner floor protector (granite tile)
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R1
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
150M2
15KW
The raw design of the R1 delivers a
true radiant fire to the Metro range.
Featuring a peak heat output of
15kW coupled with a decent size
firebox, the R1 will keep your home
and family warm this winter with
its impressive radiant heat. All this
from a well priced fire. Available as a
Package Deal (see page 4).
two tone metallic black and
charcoal paint finish
R2
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
220M2
20KW
The naked ambition of the R2 wood
fire delivers true radiant heat that
will out perform all expectations
with a 20kW peak heat output. The
larger model in the R Series, the
R2 is ideal for large, older homes
and will keep winter at bay with it’s
remarkable performance. Available
as a Package Deal (see page 4).
two tone metallic black and
charcoal paint finish
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R1 shown on an Alloy Medium Wall floor protector
CLASSIC RAD
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
170M2
17KW
WE TBACK
The Classic Rad features a deep
North/South firebox design
which can accommodate pieces
of firewood up to 540mm long.
Firebox design provides increased
heating capacity with a peak
output of 17kW and the large flat
8mm cooktop provides ample
space for cookpots and the kettle.
metallic black paint finish
Classic Rad shown on an Rimu Deep Wall floor protector
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10
Ambie Plus shown on an Alloy Medium Wall floor protector
AMBIENCE SERIES
Award winning design, sleek contemporary style and unbeatable performance
AMBIE ONE
AMBIE PLUS
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
CLEAN
AIR
170M2
15KW
The smaller model in the Ambience Series, the
Ambie One creates an ambience of warmth, comfort
and relaxation. Get the best of both radiant and
convection heat from this convection wood fire that
also throws out huge radiant heat through its one
piece glass front. Award winning design that provides
warmth and comfort all winter long. Wetback options
for properties with a land size of 2Ha or greater.
MODEL
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
Award winning design, performance and
sustainability with style. From the initial spark to the
final embers slowly burning out, the Ambie Plus is
the embodiment of minimalist design, smooth styling
and performance. Get the best of both heats from
this convection wood fire that also throws out huge
radiant heat through its large one piece glass front.
gloss black enamel finish
gloss black enamel finish
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XTREME SERIES
CLEAN
AIR
MODELS
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
Impressive performance and output to fight off the extremes of winter
XTREME PED
Beat the harshness of winter with
the high performing Xtreme Ped.
The new Xtreme Ped features a
firebox design that burns cleaner
and produces more convection heat
for your home. Larger door glass
and smooth contemporary styling
see this Ped the focal point for
warmth and comfort in any modern
home. Designed to heat larger
homes for many winters to come.
XTREME RAD
The Xtreme Rad features timeless
traditional styling and stands
proudly in any home. A clean hot
burn with generous door glass
providing the perfect flame view.
The Xtreme Rad easily handles
bulky pieces of firewood, and boasts
a large cooktop for the convenience
of cooking the evening meal.
Impressive radiant performance and
features combine to fight off the
extreme cold of winter.
metallic black paint finish
silver finish
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A clean hot burn with generous
door glass providing the perfect
flame view. From the ashlip up,
the Xtreme Rad Base features
the same deep firebox and large
cook top of the Xtreme Rad. The
aesthetic difference between these
two models is the pedestal base.
The pedestal base provides simple
clean lines and will complement the
decor in most modern homes.
metallic black paint finish
metallic black paint finish
matt black enamel finish
XTREME RAD BASE
XTREME WOODY
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
The Xtreme Series for 2016 has
the superb addition of the Xtreme
Woody. Designed and built around
the Xtreme Series firebox featuring
the practicality of a large capacity
wood storage solution.
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•
•
•
Heats open areas up to 220m2
Peak heat output of 20kW
3kW wetback water heating
6mm steel firebrick lined firebox
metallic black paint finish
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Xtreme Woody shown on an Alloy Medium Wall floor protector
Wee Rad + Alloy small wall floor protector
Wee Woody + Rimu 1300 corner floor protector (granite tile)
Xtreme Ped Silver + Alloy 1300 corner floor protector
Mega Smart Built-In with silver fascia
Smart Insert + Smart Insert Vented Zero Clearance Cabinet and optional base rail
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Euro Rad + Alloy medium wall floor protector
Ambie Plus + Alloy medium wall floor protector
Xtreme Woody + Alloy medium wall floor protector
Wee Ped + Rimu medium wall floor protector (galaxy tile)
R1 + Alloy medium wall floor protector
Mega Rad
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Tiny Ped
Xtreme Rad Base + Rimu medium wall floor protector
Classic Rad + Rimu deep wall floor protector
EURO SERIES
Softly curved fronts and panoramic door glass provides the perfect flame view
EURO PED
EURO RAD
CLEAN
AIR DV
MODEL
CLEAN
AIR DV
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
For large open-plan homes the Euro Ped will keep
the whole family warm and cosy. Featuring the same
European inspired curved front as the Euro Rad,
with the option of direct vent technology allowing
the combustion air to be drawn in from outside the
home, through the floor, wall or ceiling for increased
efficiency. Convection heat flow suitable for the
modern home.
matt brown enamel finish
matt black enamel finish
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MODEL
220M2
20KW
The stylish Euro Rad features a curved front with a
generous cooktop and a panoramic door glass ensures
the perfect flame view from any angle. Optional direct
vent technology allows the combustion air to be drawn
in from outside the home, through the floor, wall or
ceiling for increased efficiency. A large radiant appliance
great for high ceiling spaces. Wetback options for
properties with a land size of 2Ha or greater.
metallic black paint finish
MEGA RAD
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
280M2
24K W
WE TBACK
The largest clean air approved
Metro radiant, and the biggest fire
in the Metro family. The Mega Rad
features a huge firebox with a solid
10mm steel cook top to match. This
firebox handles hefty firewood with
ease and is capable of providing
up to 24kW’s of peak heat to keep
the largest of homes warm and
comfortable all winter long.
metallic black paint finish
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THE PERFECT FIT FOR
KIWI RURAL PROPERTIES
LT D W E E R A D
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
New Zealand’s hot favourite every
winter. The LTD Wee Rad has been
heating kiwi homes for more than 15
years. Clean burning with impressive
heat output and a large door glass
for enhanced flame view. A popular
model that will easily heat the farm
cottage for many winters to come.
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LT D W E E R A D B A S E
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
From the ashlip up, the LTD Wee
Rad Base features the same firebox
and cook top as the LTD Wee Rad.
The aesthetic difference being
the pedestal base. The modern
clean lines of this fire give a
contemporary look to any home.
LT D X T R E M E R A D
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
The LTD Xtreme Rad loves working
hard on the farm. The deep firebox
takes bulky pieces of firewood and
the large cook top enables this
Rad the practical convenience of
cooking the evening meal. Come
home to the cosy warmth after a
hard days work.
LT D F R E E S TA N D I N G S E R I E S
LTD
RURAL
2HA+
These Metro models are suitable for lifestyle and rural
properties with a land area of two hectares or greater
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•
•
•
•
•
LT D X T R E M E R A D B A S E
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
From the ashlip up, the LTD Xtreme Rad Base
features the same deep firebox and large cook top of
the LTD Xtreme Rad. The aesthetic difference being
the pedestal base. The pedestal base gives modern
clean lines and a contemporary look to any home.
Delivering 20kW of heat output, the choice is now
yours. Leg or Base?
Large flat radiant cooktops on all models
Peak heat outputs from 15-24kW with overnight burn capabilities
3kW or 4kW wetback water heating options
6mm steel firebrick lined firebox
All models finished in metallic black paint
An LTD Insert model is also available (see page 21)
LT D M E G A R A D
280M2
24K W
WE TBACK
The largest LTD Metro radiant, and the biggest fire in
the Metro family. The LTD Mega Rad is new for 2016
and features a huge firebox with solid 10mm cook top
to match. Cooking and water heating are dominant
features of this model with both 3kW and 4kW water
heating options available. 24kW’s of peak heat output
will keep the largest of homes warm and comfortable.
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I N S E R T & B U I LT - I N S E R I E S
ECO TREND INSERT
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
CLEAN
AIR
150M2
15KW
Requiring a minimal hearth projection of only 300mm,
the ECO Trend Insert is a perfect fit for new and existing
installations. Install into either a masonry chimney or
timber framed cavity1. The thermo fan is required for all
installations in a clean air zone and further enhances the
convected heat output and circulation. Wetback options
for properties with a land size of 2Ha or greater.
matt black enamel finish
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SMART INSERT
MODEL
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
Less is more with the Smart Insert. Minimal detailing
and clean lines place the Smart well in any home.
Install into a masonry chimney or timber framed
cavity1 by utilising the Metro Smart Insert Vented
Zero Clearance Cabinet and optional fascia base rail.
matt black enamel finish
metallic black paint finish
Mega Smart Built-In Matt Black enamel
M E G A S M A R T B U I LT - I N
LTD
RURAL
CLEAN
AIR
MODEL
LT D T R E N D I N S E R T
2HA+
220M2
20KW
WE TBACK
The perfect blend of functionality and smart
contemporary styling. A dedicated ‘Built-In’ appliance
designed for installation into a timber framed cavity.
With an outstanding peak heat output of 20kW, this
Built-In drives out the cold all winter long.
matt black enamel finish
MODEL
150M2
15KW
WE TBACK
Relax in the warmth and comfort of the LTD Trend
Insert. Featuring a gentle sloping flush front and
smooth rolled ashlip, this fire is perfect for new and
existing installations into either a masonry chimney or
timber framed cavity1. Designed for properties 2Ha+.
matt black enamel finish
silver finish
1
The ECO Trend Insert, LTD Trend Insert and Smart Insert can be installed into a timber framed cavity (false chimney) with the addition of the specific
Metro Vented Zero Clearance Cabinet (VZCC).
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NO CHIMNEY?
NO PROBLEM
Enjoy the look and natural heat of an insert
wood fire without the expense of constructing
a masonry chimney within your home.
Smart Insert installed with a Smart Insert Vented Zero Clearance Cabinet,
ECO Built-In flue system and optional fascia base rail
Insert & Built-In Wood Fires
Vented Zero Clearance Cabinet (VZCC)
Metro offer three insert models (ECO & LTD Trend Insert
and Smart Insert) which are traditionally installed into a
masonry chimney, and one dedicated Built-In wood fire
(Mega Smart Built-in) specifically designed for installation
into a timber framed cavity (false chimney).
Utilising a VZCC enables the Metro ECO & LTD Trend
Inserts, and Smart Insert to be installed into a timber
framed cavity. The VZCC replaces the more traditional
masonry chimney for a fraction of the cost.
All Metro Insert wood fires can be converted to a Built-In
appliance and installed into a timber framed cavity by
utilising the specific Metro Vented Zero Clearance
Cabinet and the Metro ECO Built-In Flue System.
As the Mega Smart Built-In is a dedicated built-in
appliance, it comes standard with a Metro Vented Zero
Clearance Cabinet (VZCC) pre-fitted to its firebox all
ready for installation into a timber framed cavity.
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Metro ECO Built-In Flue System
The Metro ECO Built-In Flue System must be used with
all ‘built-in’ installations of Metro wood fires. This system
incorporates Metro’s unique vertical discharge cowl which
improves flue draw and increases performance.
Please refer to the Installation/Operation manuals for
the Insert and Built-In models and the applicable VZCC
Installation manuals which are available from your Metro
retailer or online at www.metrofires.co.nz
C L I M AT E C O N T R O L
Metro heat transfer systems utilise the excess heat produced by
your wood fire, and distribute it via a ducting system to warm
other rooms within your home. The excess heat trapped at ceiling
level can reach temperatures of up to 30-35oC. By distributing
this excess heat you can spread warmth throughout your home.
1 Room Heat Transfer System
Ideal for smaller homes or if you are
only requiring one additional room to
be heated. The 1 Room System comes
with a fan capable of moving 320m3
of heated air per hour.
Create a dry, healthy environment
and reduce condensation and
dampness in your home.
Warmest air
rises to ceiling
30-35ºC
Comfort level
22-24ºC
Transfer heat from your lounge room to 1 other room in your home
1 Room Heat Transfer System components • 1 x 150mm dia. intake grille • 1 x thermostat • 2 x 3m lengths of 150mm dia. insulated duct
• 1 x 150mm dia. inline fan • 1 x 150mm dia. adjustable cone outlet diffusers • 2 x rolls of ducting tape
3 Room Heat Transfer System
Designed to distribute an even heat
throughout your home.
The system features a 3 speed controller
and European designed 3 speed mixedflow fan with a maximum airflow of
910m3 of heated air per hour.
Additional room outlets can be easily
added to extend the system.
Warmest air
rises to ceiling
30-35ºC
Comfort level
22-24ºC
Transfer heat from your lounge room to 3 or more rooms in your home
3 Room Heat Transfer System components • 1 x 200mm dia. intake grille • 1 x LCD thermostat with 3 speed fan controller
• 2 x 3m lengths of 200mm dia. insulated acoustic duct • 1 x 200mm dia. 3 speed fan module • 1 x 3 way splitter • 3 x 3m lengths of 150mm dia. insulated duct
• 3 x 150mm dia adjustable cone outlet diffusers • 4 x rolls of ducting tape
Climate Control System
Utilise your 3 Room Heat Transfer System
to circulate fresh filtered air throughout
your home during summer.
The Fresh Air System is an extension
of the Heat Transfer System and is the
ideal way to keep your home cool over
summer and provide a dry and healthy
environment for your family.
The Fresh Air System utilises the components of the 3 Room Heat Transfer
System and adds extra ducts, dampers and high grade filter
Climate Control System components • 1 x 200mm dia. intake grille • 1 x fresh air/heat switch • 1 x 6m length of 200mm dia. Unilok duct
• 1 x 200mm in-line filter • 1 x Y damper 200/200/200mm • 1 x Y branch 150/150/150mm • 2 x 150mm x 3m insulated duct • 1 x 150mm in-line barrel damper
• 1 x Y branch 200/200/150mm • 1 x large roll of ducting tape
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PEAK PERFORMANCE
Metro have dedicated years of development and
testing to deliver the best performance and efficiency
from a flue system. A Metro ECO Flue System will
retain the warmth from your Metro wood fire in your
home, and reduce fuel consumption at the same time.
The Metro ECO Base Flue system is a double-liner
system consisting of a 150mm flue pipe, 200mm inner
liner, 250mm outer liner and Metro ECO Cowl.
The easily-recognisable rocket shaped cowling
operates on a vertical discharge principle, and induces
updraft to the flue gases increasing draw within the
flue pipe. The unique design and performance of the
Metro ECO Cowl and ECO Base Flue system is what
sets it apart from a standard design flue system.
The Metro ECO Base Flue system is ventilated from
either your home’s ceiling cavity or from outside the
home, not from the room being heated by your wood
fire. This ensures all the heat provided by your wood
fire stays within your home instead of disappearing up
the flue system to ventilate it.
The energy savings achieved by the ECO Base Flue
System are impressive. Lab testing of a standard
flue system resulted in the heated air provided by
ECO Base Flue System
(for homes with a ceiling cavity)
Metro ECO Option Kit
The ECO Option Kit is designed for installation in
combination with the Metro ECO Base Flue System.
Metro ECO Base Flue System
No heat loss
with a Metro
ECO Flue
the wood fire being drawn out of the home at an
astounding rate of 450 litres per minute. Now that’s a
lot of hot air to lose!
The ECO Option kit enables homes without a vented
ceiling cavity or homes featuring a sloping ceiling,
to still achieve the same performance and efficiency
benefits the Metro ECO Base Flue System provides.
Instead of the ventilation for the flue system being
drawn from within the ceiling cavity, it is drawn from
outside the home.
Standard Flue Systems
Standard flue systems draw their cooling air from the
room that is being heated by the wood fire. On a cold
winter’s night these hugely inefficient flue systems
can empty an average sized room of potentially 28oC
air, once every hour. It replaces this air heated by the
wood fire with the outside air which in some regions
can be below zero.
No heat loss
with a Metro
ECO Flue
Excessive heat
loss with a
Standard Flue
ECO Base Flue System + ECO Option Kit
(for homes with no ceiling cavity)
See your Metro dealer for a copy of Metrofires 2016 Specifications for full details relating to all Metro ECO Flue System’s.
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Standard Flue System
METRO ECO
FLUE SYSTEMS
ECO BASE FLUE SYSTEM*
Suitable for freestanding wood fires
being installed into a home with a vented
ceiling cavity (attic space). Ventilation for
the flue system is drawn from within the
homes ceiling cavity.
ECO OPTION KIT*
An additional kit installed with the ECO
Base Flue System for homes without a
vented ceiling cavity or homes featuring
a sloping ceiling. Ventilation for the flue
system is drawn from outside the home.
ECO EXTENSION KIT*
Ask for a Metro
ECO Flue System
with your Metro
wood fire
Suitable for extending all Metro Flue
Systems within the roof space and outside
the home. Includes 1200mm lengths of
150mm unpainted fluepipe, 200mm inner
liner and 250mm outer liner.
ECO INSERT FLUE SYSTEM
Suitable for all Metro Insert fires being
installed into a masonry chimney.
E C O B U I LT - I N F L U E S Y S T E M
This flue system must be installed with
all Metro Built-In fires and also Metro
Insert fires with a Vented Zero Clearance
Cabinet (VZCC) being installed into a
timber framed cavity/false chimney.
E C O S WA P O V E R K I T *
Designed for wood fire ‘swap-overs’
when use of the homes existing 200mm
and 250mm liners is permitted. Includes
1200mm lengths of 150mm fluepipe (x3)
and a Metro ECO Cowl.
*Galvanised and Stainless steel
outer liner options available
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FLOOR PROTECTORS
Metro freestanding wood fires only require an ash
hearth/floor protector and are tested to and comply
with the minimum floor protector requirements of
AS/NZS 2918:2001.
Alloy floor protectors are available in four wall sizes
and three corner sizes.
Pine floor protectors are offered in two wall sizes,
two corner sizes and an Insert size. Pacific rimu floor
protectors are offered in two wall sizes and three
corner sizes.
Attractive, durable and cost effective, Pioneer floor
protectors can be laid on top of existing carpet for
quick and easy installation. Finished in black alloy, pine
and pacific rimu trim with a range of tile colours.
The pine & pacific rimu floor protectors are enhanced
with natural stains and are oiled, waxed and polished
to bring out the natural timber grain and lustre. Both
timber trim options are available in Pioneer’s full range
of tile colours.
Alloy trim is offered with a black tile only. The black
trim is a folded one-piece anodised aluminium extrusion
which eliminates sharp corners and visible fixings.
Clean Air Models
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ECO Tiny Rad
Wee Rad
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Wee Rad Base
Wee Rad Woody
Wee Ped
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R1
R2
Ambie One
Ambie Plus
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Classic Rad
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LEG & BASE
MODELS
Xtreme Rad Woody
Xtreme Ped
ECO Euro Rad DV
ECO Euro Ped DV
Mega Rad
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LTD Wee Rad Base
LEG & BASE
MODELS
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Corner Floor Protectors
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This model must have the Pioneer corner wing shields fitted to fit this floor protector.
This model must have the Pioneer double flue shield side extensions fitted to fit this floor protector.
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Wall Floor Protectors
LTD Wee Rad
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LTD Models
1
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Corner Floor Protectors
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Wall Floor Protectors
ECO Tiny Ped
Xtreme Rad
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Use the table below to match a floor protector to a Metro wood fire.
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I N S TA L L
A L LO Y F L O O R P R O
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protectors
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Pine and Rimu timber
floor protectors
are available in a in
range
of tile colours
a range
of tile colours
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R
im
u
11
13
0
50
0
0
u
im
R
855
1042 1042
955
955
1255
980
980
1000 1150
1300 1000 1150 1000 1150
1300
Depth
830
840
1012
935
1085
360
945
1100
1180
1493
23
23
23
35
35
R
650
R
Width
Pioneer Wall Floor Protectors
1148
X Dimension
R
im
ne
u
11
10
Pi
ne
Pi
10
0
50
0
0
0
13
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Floor Protector
Dimensions
m
are
Alloy floor protectors
are available
available in black
in black trim with trim
black tile
with black tile
Pioneer Corner Floor Protectors
1310
1180
1310
1180
1310
1525
23
23
35
35
35
Y Dimension
670
700
814
670
700
670
700
863
Z Dimension
465
640
689
465
640
465
640
619
30
30
30
25
25
40
40
40
Thickness
PINE INSERT
30
30
30
30
25
PINE WALL
25
43
40
40
ALLOY & RIMU WALL
PINE, ALLOY & RIMU CORNER
Please note: All measurements detailed are in mm. The dimensions shown are nominal only. Actual floor protector dimensions may alter slightly to
accommodate the varying sizes of the tiles used. Pine and pacific rimu trim floor protectors - When calculating the minimum size floor protector your
heating appliance requires, the floor protector is the tiled area only: trim measurement “x” does not form part of the floor protector and must be deducted
from your calculations. Alloy trim floor protectors - The overall dimensions constitute an “Ash Floor Protector” as the alloy trim is not a combustible
material. Please consult your retailer for the full range of tile options available.
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I N S E R T & B U I LT - I N S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Floor Protector Requirements
LTD Trend Insert
Requires an insulating floor protector. The forward
projection is dependent on the height of the fireplace insert
above the combustible floor. The schedule of projections
listed for heights of 0mm to 41mm+ can be achieved by
the thickness of the floor protector, raising the insert or a
combination of the two. Recommended construction is tiled
eterpan with a combined thickness as detailed below.
A floor protector must project from behind the fascia the
distance specified (X) in the table below, and 200mm from
each side of the door opening. Minimum projection is the
distance from the front of the wall lining (behind the fascia)
to the front non combustible point of the floor protector.
Smart Insert
Requires an insulating floor protector with recommended
construction of tiles on 26mm thick eterpan or equivalent.
The forward projection detailed below (X) is dependent on
the height of the fireplace insert above the combustible floor.
Mega Smart Built-In
Requires an insulating floor protector with recommended
construction of 18mm thick eterpan board or equivalent,
finished with a non combustible tile or similar. The floor
protector must be a minimum width of 1057mm with a
minimum overall projection of 505mm.
ECO Trend Insert
On properties less than 2 hectares, the ECO Trend Insert
must be installed with the single speed Metro thermo fan.
Mantel clearance
Requires an ash-hearth floor protector with recommended
construction of tiles on 6mm thick non combustible board.
Any non-combustible material fixed directly to a combustible
floor is acceptable, including glass, steel or aluminium sheet.
A timber or combustible mantel shelf above the fireplace
insert opening should be a minimum distance (L) above the
top of the Metro’s fascia as detailed in the table below. If the
clearance is less than the minimum specified, a deflector or
heat shield will be required to be fitted under the mantel.
Please refer to AS/NZS 2918:2001 for further instructions.
Installation into a Vented Zero Clearance Cabinet requires
an insulating floor protector. Please refer to the ECO Insert
VZCC Installation manual for further detail.
C
D
ECO Trend Insert
560
500
550
Smart Insert
560
495
550
Mega Smart Built-In
860
631
LTD Trend Insert
560
500
F
G
H
I
405
810
185
650
825
405
890
30
672
825
814
445
1057
30
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550
405
810
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Metro insert and built-in fires are tested to comply with
AS/NZS 2918:2001 incorporating Appendix ‘E’ when
installed in accordance with the manufacturers
installation/operation manual supplied with each fire.
Insert & Built-In Dimensions (mm)
Pr
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360mm
170mm
Mega Smart Built-In
360mm
Smart Insert
360mm
170mm
ECO Trend & LTD Trend Insert
J
K
L
300
170
360
340
312
130
325
475
505
212
402
500
350
170
360
460
Please note: All measurements detailed for the ECO Trend Insert, Smart Insert and LTD Trend Insert exclude the 13mm insulating blanket.
Floor Protector Heights
ECO Trend Insert -
DIMENSION X
Smart Insert - DIMENSION X
Mega Smart Built-In -
DIMENSION X
LTD Trend Insert - DIMENSION X
0mm
10mm
15mm
20mm
25mm
30mm
35mm
40mm
41mm+
300mm minimum projection is required irrespective of the height of the floor protector
395mm
371mm
371mm
353mm
353mm
332mm
332mm
312mm
312mm
505mm minimum projection is required irrespective of the height of the floor protector
455mm
455mm
445mm
436mm
424mm
408mm
396mm
366mm
350mm
See your Metro dealer for a copy of the 2016 Specifications for details relating to Metro Inserts, Built-In models, and the Metro Vented Zero Clearance Cabinets.
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F R E E S TA N D I N G S P E C I F I C AT I O N S
Minimum clearances
Clearance reductions
All Metro wood fires comply with AS/NZS 2918:2001.
Minimum clearances shown below are detailed in millimetres,
with a Pioneer double flue shield fitted to the appliance.
Measurements are taken from the following reference points
as illustrated in the diagrams far right.
AS/NZS 2918:2001 allows for a reduction in minimum
clearances as detailed in tables 3.1 and 3.2 of the standard.
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•
•
The nearest combustible wall or surface (A, B, D, E, G, H)
The Metro’s flue centre (A, B, C, D)
The Metro’s cabinet/heatshield outermost point (E, F, G, H)
The edge of the ash floor protectors non-combustible
surface (C, F, I, J, K, L, M)
Clean Air Approved Models
Freestanding Wood Fire Specifications
Some Metro models have undergone additional testing
which allows for reduced clearances. Please see the
footnotes below the table for the applicable models.
Specifications were correct at the time of printing, but
may alter and those detailed should be used as a guide
only. If in doubt, please consult your nearest Metro retailer.
Minimum installation clearances with a Pioneer double flue shield fitted
Wetback
A
N
B
C
D
I
J
K
L
M
O
Dimensions
E
F
G
H
25
200
185
60
790 650 990 875 250 280 470 490 530 665
75
805 650 1165 925 250 280 470 505 530 665
Width Depth Height
ECO Tiny Ped
210 430 580 290
ECO Tiny Rad
225
552 580 420 150 200 300
Wee Rad 1
251
568 580 455
150
230 260 100
831
825 1224 1015 425 295 485
615
501
688
Wee Rad Base
271
678 580 489
180
230 370
120
851
825 1270 1049 425 295 485
615
501
691
Wee Rad Woody
271
708
580
509 200 230 400
120
851
825 1285 1069 425
615
501
758
Wee Ped 2
263
651
580 490 170
110
843 825 1274 1050 425 295 485 602 503 665
R1
243 774 586 554 280 244 530 100
829 825 1370 1118
R2
246 858 626 582
275
235 570 100
872 905 1449 1203 505 N/A N/A
575
537
690
Ambie One
250 538 589
391
100
275 250 100 839 825 1142 960 427 350 540 577
464
717
Ambie Plus
267 685 658 462
125
275 350 100
550
759
Classic Rad 3
257 695 780 500 220 229 430 100 1037 728 1487 1168 328 393 583 530 708 680
Xtreme Rad
251
650 630 458 100
230 350
227 280 100
925 905 1317
881
365
555
425 N/A N/A 488 485 668
1110 506 360 550
671
907 1277 1077 507 349 539 740 554
743
1
Wee Rad corner clearance (E) can be reduced to 120mm with the Wee Rad corner wing shields fitted. This in turn also reduces clearances (D) to 425mm,
(K) to 1180mm and (L) to 985mm. When fitting the corner wing shields the Wee Rad itself must be installed to a corner clearance (E) of 120mm. The corner
wing shields are then fitted which gives a wall to shield corner clearance of 100mm.
2
Wee Ped corner clearance (E) can be reduced to 115mm if installed with a Pioneer double flue shield with the side extensions fitted. This in turn also reduces
clearances (D) to 436mm, (K) to 1197mm and (L) to 996mm.
3
Classic Rad corner clearance (E) can be reduced to 180mm if installed with a Pioneer double flue shield with the side extensions fitted. This in turn also
reduces clearances (D) to 460mm, (K) to 1430mm and (L) to 1127mm.
d.
Ambience models
Wetback connections
Wetback connection dimensions are taken facing the
Metro wood fire/wall.
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•
•
•
Tiny models are 92mm left of the flue centre
Wee models are 226mm left of the flue centre
Classic model is 183mm left of the flue centre
All other models including all LTD freestanding models
are 140mm left of the flue centre.
All other models
er.
Clean Air Approved Models
ht
Minimum installation clearances with a Pioneer double flue shield fitted
Wetback
A
N
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
O
Dimensions
Width Depth Height
5
Xtreme Rad Base
251
650 630 458 100
227 280 100
881
907 1277 1077 507 349 539 740 554
743
5
Xtreme Rad Woody
251
680 630
478
120
227
100
881
907 1292 1097 507
740
554
813
8
Xtreme Ped
251
624 630 441
110
227 280 100
881
907 1254 1065 507 349 539 688
554
721
1
ECO Euro Rad
250 625 625 435
80
200 250 100
875 905 1240 1065 505 338 528 750
575
745
8
ECO Euro Ped 4
230 585 625 495
170 200 250
855 905 1325 1120 505 325
575
715
5
Mega Rad
285 720 728 497 100
8
LTD Models (Rural)
310
80
382
572
515
224 300 130 1013 1006 1431 1227 606 300 490 840 659 744
Minimum installation clearances with a Pioneer double flue shield fitted
Wetback
A
N
B
C
D
E
670
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
O
Dimensions
Width Depth Height
0
LTD Wee Rad
251
548 580 425
120
230 240 100
831
825 1180 985 425 295 485
615
501
688
7
LTD Wee Rad Base
251
658 580 489
180
230 350 100
831
825 1270 1049 425 300 490
615
501
691
9
LTD Xtreme Rad
251
650 630 458 100
227 280 100
881
907 1277 1081 507 350 540 740 554
743
0
LTD Xtreme Rad Base
251
650 630 458 100
227 280 100
881
907 1277 1081 507 350 540 740 554
743
3
LTD Mega Rad
285 720 728 497 100
4
224 300 130 1013 1006 1431 1227 606 300 490 840 659 744
ECO Euro Ped corner clearance (E) can be reduced to 110mm if installed with a Pioneer double flue shield with the side extensions fitted. This in turn also
reduces clearances (D) to 435mm, (K) to 1240mm and (L) to 1060mm.
All details are correct and current at the time of printing. Specifications are subject to change without notification; If in doubt consult your Metro retailer.
DESIGNED AND MADE IN NEW ZEALAND
Coating Systems
Flat Solid Cooktops
Firebox tops, single or twin
layers of 6mm, 8mm or
10mm quality NZ made steel
All coatings are either USA made
high temperature metallic black
paint, or quality NZ applied vitreous
enamel or a baked on and polished
high temperature silver
Baffles
6mm thick NZ made steel
for all baffle plates
Baffle linings of German
engineered high temperature
calcium silicate boards
Outer panels
Fabricated from
quality NZ made steel
Firebox
Glass
Fireboxes are constructed
of quality NZ made
6mm steel plate
5mm Robax German
Ceramic Glass
Bricks
25mm thick masonry
refractory composite Metro
side wall fire bricks
Robotic welds
Firebox and outer panels welded
using the latest robotic techniques to
stringent quality control standards
Manufactured using the highest quality materials
providing top performance and longevity
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