- Édofocus 631 wall
- Dominique Imbert
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With its curved heat-resistant glass panels allowing the fire to be viewed from 180°, this model emanates serenity. The wall version of the Agorafocus, this fireplace takes its name - ‘Edo’ - from the forerunner of Tokyo in the 15th - 19th centuries: a city in which this model recently won a bid against international competitors to be installed in 121 deluxe flats. Tokyo has graciously lent its ancient name to the fireplace it elected winner.
hearth: 47 kg; flue: diameter 219 mm, 16 kg/m (made to measure); highly heat-resistant matt black paint; heat-resistant pyroceramic glass panels. The fireplace can be mounted directly on a wall or fixed to a base. It can be equipped either with a visible vertical flue that exits through the ceiling or with an invisible rear outlet that exits through the rear wall. A built-in heat exchanger passes air from the room or from the exterior through an airtight box. An adjustable plate allows the fireplace to be set off from the wall.
base containing an ash pan, cover disc to conceal ceiling joint, adapter, duct elbow, light grey paint, fresh-air intake device, adjustment for an insulated wall, flue extension in black steel, gas appliance for a version without glass door.
- guaranteed efficiency with a minimum flue length (interior plus exterior) of 3 m.