Osburn Wood Fires Catalogue

Osburn Wood Fires Catalogue
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BEYOND … A single word that captures our philosophy and
commitment at Osburn. This is our source of inspiration.
What does "BEYOND" mean to Osburn?
BEYOND drives us forward when we look at products.
We go beyond with what we do and with our interactions
in life. It is more than building and selling products. It's no
longer about just doing, but doing with a purpose, doing
efficiently. It is about exceeding expectations. BEYOND ...
drives us to do better, to be more functional and achieve
higher performance. We believe great products define a
great appliance manufacturer. We are not afraid to take the
lead or to stretch the boundaries. When you go BEYOND ...,
you simply go ahead; you look at the present and envision
amazing things happening for the future. That's who we are,
our philosophy. Our hope is to share it with you and we invite
you to take the time to discover how we go beyond.
The Osburn Team
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Summary
Wood heating and the environment
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Freestanding Wood Fires
900
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1000
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1600
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1800
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2000
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Matrix Freestanding
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2200
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Features, technical data and clearances
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Insert Wood Fires
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Matrix Insert
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Features, technical data and clearances
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When oil, gas, and coal are burned, the carbon they contain is oxidized to carbon dioxide
(CO2), the main greenhouse gas. In effect, the combustion of fossil fuels releases ancient
carbon (carbon that has been buried within the earth for thousands of years), thereby
increasing the atmospheric concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2). In comparison, wood
combustion can be considered carbon neutral because trees absorb CO2 as they grow.
This process is called carbon sequestration.
Approximately one ton of carbon is sequestered for each cubic meter of wood. When trees
mature, die, fall in the forest and decompose, the same amount of carbon is emitted as
would be released if they were burned for heat. This cycle can be repeated forever without
increasing atmospheric carbon. A healthy forest is not a museum, but a living community
of plants and animals. When trees are used for energy, a part of the forests carbon "bank"
is diverted from the natural decay and forest cycle into our homes to heat them.
When we heat with wood, we are simply tapping into the natural
carbon cycle in which CO2 flows from the atmosphere to the forest and
back. The key to ecologically sound and sustainable wood energy use
is to ensure that the forest remains healthy, maintains a stable level of
variously aged trees and provides a good habitat for a diversity of other
species, both plants and animals. Ensuring there is a healthy fuelwood
market is key to a sustainable forestry plan. Landowners have
more incentive to remove low value trees and manage their forests
sustainably knowing there is a market for this low value material.
The combustion of wood produces small particles that are called
PM2.5. Those particles are 30 times smaller than a human hair. They
can aggravate certain lung and heart diseases and have been linked
with health problems such as asthma. Sources of PM2.5 include
combustion under various forms, such as the one used for cars and
trucks, wood heating, as well as other industrial processes. While it
is true that old technology like open fireplaces and simple heaters
could not burn the wood completely, the new generation of woodburning appliances are designed to burn particles. They produce
almost no visible smoke. The wood heating industry has evolved. The
vast majority of appliances sold on the market now meet the particles
emissions limits set by the Australian Government, which has capped
emissions of certified wood heating appliances to no more than
2.5g/kg. In comparison, older conventional wood appliances average
12-17g/kg. Numerous countries, provinces and municipalities, have
adopted laws that regulate the sale of wood heating appliances that
do not meet the latest standards in terms of particles emissions.
Among them, we can name the United States, Australia, New Zealand,
as well as numerous countries that are part of the European Union.
Canada, British Columbia, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and
Newfoundland have also introduced laws regulating the sale of woodheating appliances.
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Wood, when burned in an appliance that has been tested to
the AS/NZS 4013 (1999) standards, emits up to 90% less
particles. It is a clean, renewable energy source. Furthermore,
the reduction in fuelwood consumption reaches up to 33%
when advanced wood combustion systems are used. This
is because certified wood appliances are more efficient than
conventional wood fires.
Wood heater emissions:
Non certified VS Certified
CONVENTIONAL
WOOD FIRE
CERTIFIED
WOOD FIRE
12-17g/kg
Max 2.5g/kg
900 pictured with black cast iron
legs option.
Emissions
Overall efficiency 2.3 g/kg
66%
Osburn is proud to present its 900 wood fire model, the smallest wood fire in the Osburn line which will
pack a lot of heat with style! The 900 incorporates the same features and technology of the larger Osburn
models. This sturdy little heater will keep you warm and toasty, and will heat up to 120 m2. An optional fan
is also available for an extra boost. In spite of its size, the Osburn 900 takes an adequate log length of 43
cm, making it an admired option in the small stove market.
Optional fire screen.
Firebox dimensions:
24 cm H
46 cm W
32 cm D
Exterior dimensions:
64 cm H
58 cm W
53 cm D
*See the complete technical data on page 12
**See note 1 on page 13.
Optional fan with variable speed
control*
Maximum log length: 43 cm
900
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Optional fresh air intake kit.
Fresh air intake kit allows the fire to
burn oxygen sourced from outside
the home rather than in it. Will also
assist combustion in modern air
tight homes.
Please note piping for fresh air
intake is not included.**
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1000
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FL E X I B I LI T Y
Emissions
Overall efficiency 1.5 g/kg
66%
The Osburn 1000 is the perfect way to effectively heat small areas. This device has all the technical features
you need in a high efficiency wood fire. It offers many of the standard and optional features of the other Osburn
models, such as pedestal or legs, covered ash drawer, and powerful fan. Overall, this versatile and compact
wood fire gives a most impressive performance and is an excellent choice for the discerning buyer.
Optional cast iron door overlay
Optional cast iron legs painted black Optional pedestal and ash drawer
painted black, gold plated or, brushed or gold plated. Includes ash pan and with safety lid.
nickel plated.
safety lid.
Firebox dimensions:
29 cm H
46 cm W
32 cm D
1000 pictured with pedestal option.
Optional fan with variable speed
control.
Exterior dimensions on legs:
74 cm H
59 cm W
59 cm D
Maximum log length: 40 cm
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*See the complete technical data on page 12.
1600 pictured with brushed
nickel door.
Emissions
Overall efficiency 2.4 g/kg
69%
With its perfect balance between power, efficiency and cleanliness, the Osburn 1600 wood fire is truly
unique. The 1600 is a mid-size heating device that earns high marks in performance. Like all wood burning
models in the Osburn line, it uses a combustion technology with a secondary air supply tested to meet the
latest particulate emissions standards. The particulate matter is burned before being released into the
atmosphere for economic combustion that protects the environment. The result is simple, effective and
incredibly clean heat.
Optional cast iron door overlay
painted black or golden fire brown,
gold plated, or brushed nickel plated.
Optional cast iron legs painted
black, gold plated or brushed nickel
Includes ash pan and safety lid.
Firebox dimensions:
30 cm H
46cm W
38 cm D
Exterior dimensions on legs:
75 cm H
64cm W
69 cm D
Optional pedestal and ash drawer
with safety lid.
1600
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Optional fan with variable speed
control.
Exterior dimensions on pedestal:
75 cm H
64 cm W
69 cm D
Maximum log length:
43cm
*See the complete technical data on page 12.
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1800
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Optional door overlay painted
black, gold plated, or brushed
nickel plated.
Optional louver and trivet painted
black, gold plated, or brushed nickel
plated.
Emissions
Overall efficiency 1.4 g/kg
56%
1800 pictured with black door
overlay and black louver and trivet.
The 1800/2200 series symbolizes Osburn's elegance and technical know-how. The 1800/2200 series
wood fires are the company's flagship line, and their distinctive bay windows provide a unique view of the
wood fire. All the fires in this series are equipped with detachable trivets and practical covered ashtrays.
You can also match them to your décor by selecting one of several possible combinations of door and
moulding finishes (black, gold or brushed nickel).
Solid pedestal construction for
ultimate stability.
Ash drawer with safety lid.
Optional fan with variable speed
control.
Exterior dimensions:
73cm H
59cm W
57cm D
Firebox dimensions:
29cm H
43cm W
37cm D
Maximum log length: 41cm
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*See the complete technical data on page 12.
2000 pictured with brushed
nickel door.
Emissions
Overall efficiency 1.9 g/kg
60%
The Osburn 2000 is one of the latest additions to the Osburn family of wood fires. Its cast-iron door,
which features the distinctive lines you've come to expect from Osburn, gives it a look combining the
contemporary and the traditional. The Osburn 2000 will delight the most serious of wood fire enthusiasts
who want both style and heating power. Variable speed fan, and optional cast-iron legs, make the Osburn
2000 the most sought-after model of the season!
Cast iron door overlay painted black,
gold plated, or brushed nickel plated
option.
Optional cast iron legs painted black, Fan with variable speed control
gold plated or brushed nickel plated. included.
Includes ash pan and safety lid.
Firebox dimensions:
29cm H
53cm W
44cm D
Exterior dimensions:
80cm H
69cm W
66cm D
Maximum log length:
51cm
*See the complete technical data on page 13.
**See note 1 on page 13.
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Optional fresh air intake kit.
Fresh air intake kit allows the fire
to burn oxygen sourced from
outside the home rather than in
it. Will also assist combustion in
modern air tight homes.
Please note piping for fresh air
intake is not included.**
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Matrix
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Emissions
Overall efficiency 1.9 g/kg
60%
The Matrix wood fire's clean and modern lines is sure to bring a European touch to any room. Inspired by
the renowned Finnish fireplaces, the top of the stove includes two rich pieces of soapstone. This Canadian
mined soapstone is renowned for its ability to retain heat, and is available also as a kit for the Matrix's side
panels. Not only will this provide an eye-catching detail to your wood fire, but is perfect for radiating warmth
overnight - a true combination of elegance and utility. Logs can be conveniently placed underneath the
large firebox, making the Matrix not only stylish, but practical.
Optional soapstone or black
painted panel kits.
Reversible door (hinged on left or
right).
Firebox dimensions:
29cm H
53cm W
44cm D
Ash pan with safety lid.
Maximum log length:
51cm
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Matrix pictured with soapstone
panels.
Exterior dimensions:
91cm H
60cm W
57cm D
Optional fresh air intake kit.
Fan with variable speed control
included.
Fresh air intake kit allows the fire to
Quick connect thermodisc included
burn oxygen sourced from outside
for heat activation.
the home rather than in it. Will also
assist combustion in modern air tight
homes.
Please note piping for fresh air intake
is not included.**
Optional fire screen.
*See the complete technical data on page 13.
**See note 1 on page 13.
2200 pictured with brushed nickel
door overlay, louver and trivet option.
Emissions
Overall efficiency 2.1 g/kg
57%
Although similar in many respects to the 1800 model, the 2200 fire is more suited to more intensive,
continuous use. Its 20% larger firebox is designed to maintain steady heat over a longer period. A powerful,
fan is available as an option. The glass surface of the bay window is also 20% larger than that of the 1800
model, providing a wonderful view of the fire from every angle. In short, the Osburn 2200 offers a perfect
combination of utility and enjoyment!
Optional door overlay painted black, Solid pedestal construction for
gold plated, or brushed nickel plated. ultimate stability
Optional louver and trivet painted
black, gold plated, or brushed
nickel plated.
Firebox dimensions:
29cm H
48cm W
43cm D
Ash drawer with safety lid.
2200
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Optional fan with variable speed
control.
Exterior dimensions:
78cm H
65cm W
65cm D
Maximum log length: 46cm
*See the complete technical data on page 13.
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Technical data: Freestanding Wood Fires
GE N E R A L FE ATUR E S
M ODE L
900
1000
Colour
Combustion technology
Heating capacity (Note1)
Overall average efficiency (hardwood)
Door opening size - mm - (W x H)
Firebox dimensions - mm - (W x H x D)
Emissions : weighted average, in g/kg
Glass viewing area
Door frame
Maximum log length - cm
Ash drawer with safety lid
Flue size
Glass type
Adjustable handle
Self-cleaning glass system
Warranty
Safety, emissions and efficiency testing
Metallic Black
Non-catalytic
120m2
76%
380 x 190
460 x 240 x 320
2.3g / kg
0.58m2
Cast iron
43
No
Metallic Black
Non-catalytic
150m2
66%
390 x 220
460 x 290 x 320
1.5g / kg
0.08m2
Cast iron
40
Yes
MODEL
900
1600
1800
Metallic Black
Non-catalytic
190m2
69%
390 x 220
460 x 300 x 380
2.4g / kg
0.08m2
Cast iron
43
Yes
150mm / 6"
Ceramic glass
Yes
Yes
Limited 10 years
According to AS/NZS 4013:1999 and AS/NZS 4012
Metallic Black
Non-catalytic
190m2
56%
440 x 220
430 x 290 x 370
1.5g / kg
0.14m2
Steel
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Yes
S PE C I FI C FE ATUR E S
Exterior dimensons and weight
Height - mm
640
Width - mm
580
Depth - mm
530
Weight
79 kg
Clearances from unit to heat sensitive material (figures 1 and 2)
1 - Side - mm
470
2 - Back - mm
120 (155 with optional fan)
3 - Corner - mm
300
4 - Floor protection on side - mm
200
5 - Floor protection in front of unit - mm
350
Options
Fan
Optional
Door overlay, painted black
N/A
Door overlay, 24K gold plated
N/A
Door overlay, brushed nickel plated
N/A
Pedestal
N/A
Legs, painted black
Standard
Louvre and trivet, black painted
N/A
Louvre and trivet, 24K gold plated
N/A
Louvre and trivet, brushed nickel plated
N/A
Soapstone panel kit
N/A
Panel kit, painted black
N/A
1000
1600
1800
740
590
590
114 kg
750
640
690
158 kg
730
590
570
150 kg
350
100
150
200
300
325
125
150
200
300
450
125
75
200
300
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Standard
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
N/A
N/A
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Technical data: Freestanding Wood Fires
GENER AL FE ATUR E S
M ODE L
2000
MATRIX
2200
Colour
Metallic Black
Metallic Black
Metallic Black
Combustion technology
Non-catalytic
Non-catalytic
Non-catalytic
Heating capacity (Note1)
240m2
240m2
240m2
Overall average efficiency (hardwood)
60%
60%
57%
Door opening size - mm - (W x H)
440 x 230
440 x 220
480 x 230
Firebox dimensions - mm - (W x H x D)
530 x 290 x 440
530 x 290 x 440
480 x 290 x 430
Emissions : weighted average, in g/kg
1.9g / kg
1.9g / kg
2.1g/kg
Glass viewing area
0.09m2
0.13m2
0.17m2
Door frame
Cast iron
Cast iron, reversible
Steel
Maximum log length - cm
51
51
46
Ash drawer with safety lid
Yes
Yes
Yes
Flue size
150mm / 6"
Glass type
Ceramic glass
Adjustable handle
Yes
Self-cleaning glass system
Yes
Warranty
Limited 10 years
Safety, emissions and efficiency testing
According to AS/NZS 4013:1999 and AS/NZS 4012
SPECI FI C FE ATUR E S
MODEL
2000
Exterior dimensons and weight
Height - mm
800
690
Width - mm
660
Depth - mm
186 kg
Weight
Clearances from unit to heat sensitive material (figures 1 and 2)
1 - Side
350
2 - Back
160
3 - Corner
200
4 - Floor protection on side
200
5 - Floor protection in front of unit
300
Options
Fan
Standard
Door overlay, painted black
Optional
Door overlay, 24K gold plated
Optional
Door overlay, brushed nickel plated
Optional
Pedestal
Optional
Legs, painted black
Optional
Louvre and trivet, black painted
N/A
Louvre and trivet, 24K gold plated
N/A
Louvre and trivet, brushed nickel plated
N/A
Soapstone panel kit
N/A
Panel kit, painted black
N/A
Note 1 :
Matrix
2200
910
690
570
243 kg
780
650
650
201 kg
290
100
100
200
300
450
125
75
200
400
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
Standard
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Optional
Standard
N/A
Optional
Optional
Optional
N/A
N/A
Fresh air intake requires 5" flexible insulated piping.
Technical data contained in this brochure is for reference only. Any installation done must be according to the data and drawings detailed in the Owner’s manual.
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Matrix insert pictured with cast iron
faceplate.
Matrix
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Reversible cast iron door
(hinged on left or right).
Firebox dimensions:
29cm H
53cm W
44cm D
Maximum log length:
50cm
Cast iron faceplate (included):
63cm H
91cm W
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Emissions
Overall efficiency 1.9 g/kg
60%
Matrix Insert pictured with
reversible door
The Matrix wood insert defines the new standards for contemporary look and performance. The availability of a
reversible cast iron door, and the option for zero clearance installations make this fire one of the most versatile
on the market. Nothing beats the mesmerising effect of a fire, and with the Matrix Insert you can enjoy the
ambiance of an open flame by using the optional fire screen. Sleek design and solid construction will ensure this
insert becomes the focal point of the room.
Optional fire screen.
Exterior dimensions:
With faceplate (included):
64cm H
91cm W
53cm" D
Without faceplate:
60cm H
72cm W
54cm D
Heat activated fan with variable
speed control included.
Optional fresh air intake kit.
Fresh air intake kit allows the fire to
burn oxygen sourced from outside
the home rather than in it. Will also
assist combustion in modern air tight
homes.
Please note piping for fresh air intake
is not included.**
OSBURN
*See the complete technical data on page 15.
**See note 1 on page 15.
Technical data: Insert Wood Fires
SPE C I FI C FE ATUR E S
GENER AL FEATURES
MO DE L S
MOD E LS
Matrix Insert
Matrix Insert
Colour
Metallic Black
Exterior dimensions and weight
Burn time (Note 1)
6 to 8 hours
Height - mm
600
Combustion technology
Non-catalytic
Width - mm
720
Heating capacity (Note1)
240m2
Depth - mm
540
Maximum average heat output (hardwood)
20 kW
Weight - kg
218 kg
Overall average efficiency (hardwood)
60%
Clearances from unit to combustible materials (see figure 1)
Door opening size - cm - (W x H)
44 x 23
A- Combustible adjacent sidewall - mm
30
Firebox dimensions - cm - (W x H x D)
53 x 29 x 44
B- Combustible side surround - mm
80
Emissions : weighted average, in g/kg
1.9g / kg
C- Combustible top surround - mm
670
Glass viewing area
0.15m2
D- Combustible mantle shelf - mm
760
Fan
Standard
E- Minimum floor protection in front of unit - mm
500
Door colour
Painted Black
F, G, H- Suggested fireplace opening** - mm (Hx W x D)
630 x 750 x 572
Door frame
Cast iron w. logo
Maximum log length - cm
51
F, G, H-Suggested fireplace opening for zero clearance
application** - mm (Hx W x D)
780 x 890 x 600
Flue size
150mm / 6"
I- Maximum projection of shelf - mm
250
Glass type
Ceramic glass
Projection into the room, minimum / maximum - mm
50 / 100
Adjustable handle
Yes
Faceplate dimensions
Self-cleaning glass system
Yes
According to AS/NZS 4013:1999
and AS/NZS 4012
Safety, emissions and efficiency testing
Regular in cast iron (included) - mm - (H x W)
I
Mantle shelf
640 x 910
Figure 1
**Technical data and suggested fireplace opening contained in this brochure are for reference only. Any installation must be done according to the data and drawings
detailed in the Owner’s manual.
Top surround
D
Side surround
Adjacent sidewall
C
B
F
A
H
Floor
protection
E
G
Note 1 : Fresh air intake requires 5" flexible insulated piping.
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All our Osburn fires are guaranteed for 10 years.
We warranty our fire boxes to be free from defects
in material or workmanship under normal use and
service. The warranty (on the firebox excluding
attachments) is for 10 years from date of purchase.
*1 year warranty on all internal fire parts.
Schott Robax Ceramic Glass
The OSBURN-SCHOTT ROBAX system is one of the highest quality glass and
heater product combination on the market. This allows OSBURN to offer a
Limited Lifetime Warranty on Robax ceramic glass for all OSBURN appliances.
Conducted consumer studies identify that people want an unobstructed view
of the fire, but without compromising safety. The glass “shield” is seen as the
needed protection from the fire’s unpredictable aspects. OSBURN chose the
SCHOTT ROBAX solution delivering all of the benefits that a consumer wants
out of a fire but without the risks associated to it.
Because the way the entire system works together (SCHOTT ROBAX ceramic
glass and OSBURN technology), it is the most efficient glass solution available
in the market given its high IR transmission values and its high temperature
resistance. A high IR transmission means that the heat produced inside the
firebox is transferred through the glass more efficiently. The OSBURNSCHOTT ROBAX ceramic glass can withstand the highest temperatures of
any glass on the market.
For more details go to:
www.osburn-australia.com
Authorised stockist :
Unit 1, 21 Lionel Road
Mount Waverley, Victoria 3149
Tel. 1-300-554-155
Fax 1-800-058-900
E-mail: sales@glendimplex.com.au
Web: www.glendimplex.com.au
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Notice: Some changes may have been made to the products or technical data
after the publication of this brochure. Osburn reserves itself the right to modify
its products at any time without any obligation.
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