Brochure - Northwest Stoves

Brochure - Northwest Stoves
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Rumford 1000
The Renaissance Rumford® 1000 is the ideal wood burning fireplace. Its pate ed design
the crackle of wood, heat of the flame and is the perfect focal point for any . When the
Is closed, there is no heat lost up the chimney. This makes it much more effi an a
masonry fireplace.
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Rumford 1500
The Renaissance Rumford® 1500 is the largest of our patented firep signs. №
in size and performance with a firebox large enough to fill any room and he
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unlike any other. As with all Renaissance Fireplaces, the door and screen c h an ele«
system. The L50 includes a HRS (Heat Recovery System) to distribute son > heat
home using ducts.
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The problem
with other wood
burning systems
Conventional Masonry Fireplaces
Heat Loss
The constant flow of warm room air up the
chimney can actually cool the home rather
than heat it.
Expensive
Not only is fireplace work expensive, but the
architecture must be able to support the weight.
High Emissions
They still burn as dirty as they did centuries ago,
with emissions up to 60 g/hr.
Zero Clearance fireplaces
Durability
Thin materials are used to keep cost down.
Air Cooled Chimney
Air cooled chimneys let cold air into the envelope
of the home and are terribly inefficient.
High Emissions
Virtually no improvement in emissions, still burns
as dirty as an open fire.
Freestanding Woodstoves
Small Fire
Even the largest woodstoves only have a small
viewing space for the fire.
Limited Ambiance
Without hearing the crackle and pop of the fire,
much of the ambiance of wood burning is lost.
Limited Design Choices
Despite a choice of colors and sizes, all
woodstoves limit the room's design options.
The solution
to wood burning problems
— Renaissance Fireplaces
Sealed Door
Once closed, your Renaissance door is sealed so
that warm room air stays inside the home where it
belongs.
Less expensive than masonry
No footing required to support the fireplace,
pre-assembled units cost less and install easily.
Clean Burning
Winner of a U.S. EPA Clean Air Excellence
Award for outstanding, innovative efforts in
improving air quality.
U.S. EPA
CLEAN
Excellence
Awards
Durable
Even the smallest Renaissance model is over
800 lbs of solid steel, but still light enough to
not require additional floor support.
Insulated Chimney
Insulated chimney prevents cold air entering the
home and improves performance of the appliance.
Massive Fire
No other fireplace burns as big, bright and
beautiful as a Renaissance Fireplace”.
Creates Distinctive Ambiance
Listen to the crackle and pop of the fire when the
built in screen is closed.
Freedom of Design
Our fireplaces are a blank canvas which you can
adapt to your personal style.
What makes Renaissance the ultimate wood burning fireplace?
The Fire. Renaissance Fireplaces® light faster, produce larger flames, generate fewer emissions and heat
more than any other existing open wood fireplace. The fire is so big and bright that it puts all other wood
burning appliances to shame. If you have not experienced the fire in a Renaissance, now is the time.
The Nostalgia. A luxury wood burning fireplace should create a feeling of nostalgia. Most Renaissance
customers grew up with a conventional wood burning fireplace. Our goal is to recreate those positive
feelings, without any of the drawbacks like inefficiency and smoke in the home.
No other fireplace
has this technology
State of the Art Materials
Every material has been selected to make the fire burn taller,
brighter, hotter and more cleanly.
Specialty firebox liners are available in two different materials.
The Refractory Bricks come in a running bond pattern and are
built to last a lifetime. The Vermiculite Panels* come in a
herringbone pattern and are designed for high performance.
With the Vermiculite Panels, cracks and visible wear are normal
but overall efficiency is increased.
Ceramic glass transmits more heat than tempered glass and is
able to withstand drastic changes in temperature. lt also has a rich
brown hue, unlike the greenish hue of tempered glass.
Blanket insulation is the ultimate in protection and efficiency.
The fireplaces are wrapped in layers of blanket insulation. This
makes them safer and increases efficiency by preventing heat loss.
Chimney: the Engine that Drives the Fireplace
INSULATED AIR COOLED Most fireplaces use air cooled chimneys which circulate cold
I. i air past the inner flue to keep it cool. Because they keep the flue
cold, it is hard to establish draft and creosote forms quickly in
cold weather.
Renaissance Fireplaces® use heavy duty insulated chimneys made
with high temperature insulation and superior stainless steel. They
warm up faster, draw better and accumulate less creosote than air
cooled chimneys.
10 *Vermiculite Panels are not available for the Linear 50.
So no other
fireplace burns like it |
The Rumford Fireplace Advantage”
The Rumford shape 1s well known to many as the most efficient of all firebox designs. We have taken
this amazing design to the next level by combining it with high tech materials and modern fabrication
techniques. The end product delivers breathtaking fires and a greener planet.
RUMFORD CONVENTIONAL RUMFORD CONVENTIONAL
A smooth throat
promotes a
strong draft
A conventional throat
creates turbulence
A Rumford firebox maximizes A conventional firebox only allows a fraction of
the radiant energy of the fire the radiant heat out because of the depth of the
firebox and the minimal angle of the walls
Being Environmentally Responsible
The Renaissance Rumford® 1000 was the first (and still only) fireplace ever to win an award from the
United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The Clean Air Excellence Award goes only to
those products and companies that engage in outstanding, innovative efforts to improve air quality.
EMISSIONS (9/Kg)
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Fireplace Program —
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Guillotine Door and Screen
Unlike traditional fireplace doors, Renaissance doors and screens lift upwards and disappear into the fac-
ing above the fireplace. This provides a clear view of the fire that is free of mechanical parts.
Top quality hardware, detailed engineering and precision laser fabrication allow you to choose what will
be your ideal way to burn the fireplace.
When the door is closed, outside air is used for combustion. This prevents heat loss and conserves
the efficiency of your home. Having the door closed is the safest way to enjoy a fire and it even swings
open sideways for easy cleaning.
INSERT THE HANDLE PUSH DOWN TO CLOSE BURN SAFELY & WITHOUT HEAT LOSS
If you prefer to hear the crackle and pop of the fire, simply close the built-in firescreen. The firescreen
doesn't block the view of the fire, but prevents embers from escaping. The screen and door can be
closed simultaneously, making the screen act as a safety barrier for children.
HOLD THE SCREEN HANDLES PULL THE SCREEN DOWNWARDS ENJOY A CRACKLING FIRE
How it Works
1 Classic Rumford
firebox proportions:
the most efficient of
all firebox designs”
2 Guillotine Door
and Screen
> The smooth Rumford
throat achieves better
performance”
4 Blanket Insulation is the
ultimate in protection
and efficiency
5 Specialty Refractory
Panels create hotter fires
and lower emissions.
* Applicable to the Rumford 1000 and Rumford 1500 models only.
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Outside Dimensions
Shipping Weight
Shipping Crate Size
Door
Screen
Door Opening Size
Glass Viewing Size
Firebox Dimensions
Chimney Size
Minimum Chimney Height
Touch up Paint Color
Maximum Fuel Load
Maximum Log Length
Gas Log Provision’
HRS
(Heat Recovery System)
HRS Grills
Rumford 1000B
51"W x 80 1/4"H x 28 1/4"D
720 Ibs
56"W x 78 3/4"H x 31 1/4"D
34"W x 37"H
29 1/2"W x 31 1/2"H
27 1/2"W front 13 1/2"W back
12 3/4" deep
10" RIS
12' (more with elbows)
3-4 medium logs
20"
Yes
N/A
Rumford 1500B
59 1/8"W x 87 3/4"H x 32 1/2"D
on a combustible floor H = 93"
1,085 Ibs
66 1/2"W x 81 3/4"H x 36 1/4"D
Counterweighted Guillotine Operation
Counterweighted Guillotine Operation
42 3/4"W x 42"H
37 1/4"W x 36 1/2"H
35 1/2" W front 21 3/4"W back
13" deep
12" RIS
12' (more with elbows)
Stove Bright Metallic Black
4 medium logs
22"
Yes
N/A
Linear 50
70 7/16"W x 66 3/8"H x 28 5/8"D
1,050 165
70 1/4"W x69 1/2"H x 32 1/2"D
50 7/16"W x 19 7/8"H
45 7/8"W x 15 3/8"H
44 1/2"W x 14"D
10" RIS
12' (more with elbows)
4-5 medium logs
24"
Yes
Included with fireplace,
Two 10" dia. outlet ducts — 5' length
Two 10" dia. inlet ducts — 5' length
Four 13" x 13" wall grills
HRS extensions N/A N/A EO-DUCT = 5’ outlet extension
N/A N/A EO-CID = 5’ inlet extension
Outside Air Kit FO-INT FO-INT FO-INT
Refractory Brick
Durable high temperature
refractory reinforced with
stainless steel pins.
Included with fireplace
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Hearth R irement 45"W x 24"D 67"W x 24"D 74.5"W x 20"D
earth Requirements 0.54 R-value 2.2 R-value ember protection only
Certification
Safety
Patents
Emissions
U.S. Patent No. 8,479,723
Canadian Patent Pending
Surpasses emissions of the EPA
Voluntary Wood Burning Fireplace
Program.
Defined as a fireplace by the 2015
particulate emissions standards.
Door Open 3.0 g/kg
Door Closed 1.0 g/kg
ULC S-610/ UL127
U.S. Patent No. 8,479,723
Canadian Patent Pending
Surpasses emissions of the EPA
Voluntary Wood Burning Fireplace
Program.
Defined as a fireplace by the 2015
particulate emissions standards.
Door Open 3.4 g/kg
Door Closed 0.68 g/kg
14 Note 1: These fireplaces may be drilled out to accept an after-market gas log assembly.
Defined as a fireplace by the 2015
particulate emissions standards.
You may not install a gas lighter in any Renaissance fireplace because the high firebox temperatures will burn out the log lighter very quickly.
Fireplace Specitications
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All Renaissance Fireplaces®
are covered by a comprehensive
30 year warranty
RENAISSANCE FIREPLACES®, A DIVISION OF
INDUSTRIAL CHIMNEY COMPANY
400 J-F KENNEDY, ST. JEROME
(QUEBEC) CANADA J7Y 4B7
TELEPHONE: (450) 565-6336
FAX: (450) 565-6519
PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION
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