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    Napoleon GI3600 Natural Vent Gas Fireplace Insert - GI3600-4NSB

    1,969.00
    List Price: $2,429.99
    Sale Price: $1,969.00
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    • Basic fireplace insert
    • Minimum fireplace opening: 25.5"W x 17.5"H x 16.5"D
    • Easily installs into a traditional fireplace opening
    • Suitable for bedroom use
    • Large ceramic glass door
    • Efficient double flame stainless steel burner
    • Millivolt remote control gas valve provides convenient flame and heat control
    • Reliable piezo ignitor
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    Venting Components

    Below is a list of chimney components that are compatible with this item. If you are comfortable picking the components that you need for venting this item, please choose from the items below. If you need any help at all, please use our FREE advice from our certified fireplace specialists.

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    Napoleon 20 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    Napoleon 20 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    This liner kit from Napoleon has the basic materials you will need for venting your gas appliance. This kit contains a 20-foot double-ply aluminum liner with a 3-inch diameter. Also included are the deluxe rain cap, termination plate, and chimney flashing necessary for proper vent termination and weather protection. As with all of Napoleon's appliances and accessories, this kit features quality products made of durable materials. Order this kit to effectively vent your gas appliance.


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    Napoleon 25 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    Napoleon 25 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
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    Napoleon knows that the size of your fireplace will vary and that you should not be penalized for this. After all, are you to blame if you have a unit that calls for pipes that are either larger or smaller than what is considered to be standard? Their 25 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit comes with a 3 inch diameter, helping to insure that you have as much lining capabilities as you need while not being constrained due having something that has dimensions that are significantly different from everything else.


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    Napoleon 30 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    Napoleon 30 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    This compressed gas liner includes 30 feet of 3 inch piping that can help you to install your ventillation system. This kit includes all that is needed to conveniently vent your fireplace while getting an efficient and effective lining for your chimney. Each kit comes with a 30 foot length of flexible pipe, aluminum lining, a rain cap, flashing, and a termination plate. By following the included instructions, you can quickly install your vent and complete the installation of your fireplace.


    List Price: $249.99    Sale Price: $199.00
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    Napoleon 35 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    Napoleon 35 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter
    Included among the high quality venting products made by Napoleon. This flexible gas liner kit by Napoleon is for when you vent installation requires a gas liner. This gas liner is flexible compressed aluminum. The gas liner comes in a 35 foot length with a three inch diameter. Included in the flexible compressed aluminum gas liner kit are: one (1) double-ply aluminum liner, one (1) deluxe rain cap, chimney flashing and one (1) termination plate.


    List Price: $259.99    Sale Price: $209.00
    Product Details
    Manufacturer: Napoleon
    Part Numbers: GI3600-4NSB
    eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-GI3600
    UPCs: 629169048274

    Features

    • Basic fireplace insert
    • Minimum fireplace opening: 25.5"W x 17.5"H x 16.5"D
    • Easily installs into a traditional fireplace opening
    • Suitable for bedroom use
    • Large ceramic glass door
    • Efficient double flame stainless steel burner
    • Millivolt remote control gas valve provides convenient flame and heat control
    • Reliable piezo ignitor
    • Unique Phazer(tm) log set creates a natural flame look
    • Included spill switch and automatic reset offer increased safety
    • Built-in circulating blower with variable speed control maximizes heat distribution
    • No electricity required
    • Up to 24,000 BTUs for natural gas and up to 22,000 for propane
    • Multiple louvre and flashing options available
    • President's limited lifetime warranty
    • *ALL UNITS ARE NATURAL GAS.  If you select propane as your fuel type your order will come with a natural gas to propane conversion kit.*


    *Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 3 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.

    * Please Note: You may also use a separately purchased cast iron surround or beveled flashing to complete installation.Shown with optional bay door kit, gold louvres, and porcelain green flashing.

    A Napoleon natural gas fireplace insert, measuring 25.5 "W x 17.5 "H x 16.5 "D fits most standard fireplace openings. The ceramic glass door provides safety while allowing a clear view of the contained, natural-looking fire. 24,000 BTUs of warmth, controlled by a circulating blower and automatic reset, keep the room at a comfortable temperature. An optional bay door will add dimension. You may purchase a cast iron surround kit separately. This insert will also require beveled flashing for complete installation. If you prefer propane instead of natural gas, you must specify propane on the order to receive a propane conversion kit.


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    Customer Questions & Answers
    By Andrea Young from Canada on December 27, 2016
    I need to purchase a gas insert to replace a wood burning fireplace. The insert will be vented through the current chimney. What units can I use (I cannot use a direct vent)?
    By Owen on December 28, 2016

    Answer:
    Gas units require a different type of vent system then wood units. Local codes need to be followed, in most places in Canada you will be required to get a WETT inspection when changing out an insert. Some location may allow you to reline your current Chimney. You should consult a local WETT certified inspector yo see what regulations pertain to you prior to purchase. Once these are outlined for you please feel free to contact me and I will be more then happy that help you select a unit that both meets local regulations and your needs.
    By Owen on December 28, 2016

    Answer:
    Gas units require a different type of vent system then wood units. Local codes need to be followed, in most places in Canada you will be required to get a WETT inspection when changing out an insert. Some location may allow you to reline your current Chimney. You should consult a local WETT certified inspector yo see what regulations pertain to you prior to purchase. Once these are outlined for you please feel free to contact me and I will be more then happy that help you select a unit that both meets local regulations and your needs.

    By Nelson from Phoenix, AZ on April 6, 2016
    Is this Napoleon fireplace insert for an existing masonry fireplace?
    By eFireplaceStore on April 6, 2016

    Answer:
    This unit is indeed intended for installation into an existing masonry fireplace.

    By Irene from Renton, WA on January 7, 2016
    What is the size of the glass opening of this Napoleon GI3600 natural gas fireplace insert?
    By Will M. on January 7, 2016

    Answer:
    The glass measures 11 3/4" H x 29 3/4" W.

    By Diana from East Longmeadow, Mass. on October 22, 2013
    My fireplace opening is 38 1/2" wide and 28 1/2" tall. Will this work? Also, do I have to have the gold trim? Are there other options?
    By Chris on October 22, 2013

    Answer:
    This fireplace insert would fit inside of your existing fireplace as long as it is no less than 16'5" deep. The gold trim pieces shown in the photo are strictly optional. You can choose a more contemporary black trim accessory instead of the gold. These options can be best viewed in the Accessories Tab.

    By Travis L. Vaira from Sheridan, WY on January 4, 2017
    I have a lower chimney and need a rear vent. How high is this vent?

    By Will M. on January 4, 2017

    Answer:
    Please note that all gas fireplace inserts will need to vent vertically through an existing prefabricated or masonry chimney, so no rear vent option will be available. You will only be able to find top-vent configured gas inserts. To located a product that will be suitable for your application, please provide further details along with any images or measurements that may be helpful.

    By Nan from Poulsbo, WA on March 1, 2016
    Does this unit come with a fan or blower component to circulate heat?
    By Brennan W. on March 1, 2016

    Answer:
    This unit does indeed come with a blower.

    By Karen from Turlock, CA on November 22, 2011
    The picture shows a bay. Is that an add on? What is the "optional bay door kit"?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on November 22, 2011

    Answer:
    Yes, this is an add-on, and you can find the Bay Door under the accessories tab on this page.

    By Jim from Zanesville, OH on December 3, 2014
    I have a 33 year old Heatilator wood burning fireplace (steel firebox, manual damper, masonry chimney). Will the entire steel firebox have to be removed in order to install a gas fireplace insert?
    By Chris C. on December 4, 2014

    Answer:
    If the Heatilator currently installed can be removed to leave a masonry chimney and fireplace, this would indeed be the best route to take as without the Heatilator box in place, you will have greater room to work with when installing the insert.

    By Mary from Modesto CA on November 10, 2011
    When it's time to clean the glass, how does one remove the glass to clean?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 10, 2011

    Answer:
    Being a natural vent insert, this model will not have any glass. It instead utilizes a pull screen to cover the opening. Since it draws combustion air from the room, glass would inhibit the operation of the appliance. If you are interested in a direct vent model instead, we have several to choose from.

    Any unit in the link below, minus the model you have mentioned, will have a glass front:

    Direct Vent Fireplace Inserts

    By Aldo Milla from Santiago, Chile on February 12, 2013
    With a 24,000 Btu heater, what maximum size of room is it possible to heat?
    By Tyler M. - Fireplace Specialist on February 12, 2013

    Answer:
    Assuming normal levels of house insulation and 8-to-9 foot ceilings, generally 35 BTUs will heat one square foot. As such, 24,000 BTUs will heat approximately 685 square feet.

    However, please note that this insert is open-faced and fairly inefficient, so much of the heat will be lost up the flue. We recommend a direct vent gas fireplace insert for installation inside an existing fireplace. Please see our selection below:

    Direct Vent Fireplace Inserts

    By Joe from PA on November 28, 2016
    does this insert have a 3 inch pipe for intake and another for exhaust?
    By eFireplaceStore on November 29, 2016

    Answer:
    This appliance is a B-vent model, meaning it will pull combustion air from the room during operation. As such, it only utilizes a single 3 inch vent for exhaust.

    By Michelle from Buckhannon, wv on October 29, 2014
    How does the blower operate if no electricity is required? Also, will a standard chimney sufficiently vent this unit?
    By Tyler M. on October 29, 2014

    Answer:
    The blower does indeed require electricity for operation; the note regarding no electricity being needed is referring to the millivolt valve operation of this insert. It features a standing pilot that uses a thermocouple to generate the power needed to open and close the valve. So, no electricity is used to ignite the burner, but it is necessary for use of the blower. We apologize for this confusion. With regard to the venting, you will need a 6" diameter aluminum liner run up through an existing noncombustible chimney for proper operation for this natural vent insert. You can see the appropriate vent kits in the "Venting Components" tab on this insert's item page.

    By Eugene from Rochester, NY on November 20, 2015
    What gauge of wire is needed for the electric plug for this Napoleon GI3600 natural vent gas fireplace insert? Should the line to the box be in-cased in metal? Do you have an online manual regarding the electric hook up?
    By eFireplaceStore on November 23, 2015

    Answer:
    A 14 AWG or heavier shielded copper wire should be provided for powering the fan. Most brands will provide a 250 degree jacket, but using a coil conduit type of wire is fine as well. Unfortunately, I do not have more detailed instructions than what the owner's manual on the item page shows. However, wiring the fan outlet will be no different than any other standard 120 volt socket with switched power capability.

    By Ralph from Hyrum, UT on January 5, 2015
    I am very interested in this unit but I'm not sure if it would work in my basement. I would need a 27 foot long 3 inch exhaust pipe for it. Would this work?
    By Tyler M. on January 6, 2015

    Answer:
    Please note that this insert must be recessed into a vented, noncombustible
    woodburning fireplace (prefabricated or masonry) only. The minimum fireplace size in which the heater is to be installed is as follows:
    WIDTH 25 inches
    HEIGHT 17 inches
    DEPTH 16 inches
    If your application meets this criteria, then there will be no issue. You will need the Napoleon 30 Foot Flexible Compressed Aluminum Gas Liner Kit - 3 Inch Diameter to complete installation.

    By Mark from WV on October 30, 2014
    Can you please tell me what side the gas inlet is on for this fireplace insert? Please specify if you are looking from the front or back when you state what side it is on. It appears to be on the right looking at the insert from the front but it is difficult to know for sure from the picture in the instructions.
    By eFireplaceStore on October 30, 2014

    Answer:
    The gas inlet is indeed on the right hand side, as you are facing the front of the unit. It is possible in most cases to route a flexible gas line around the back of the unit and into the right side, but it can be difficult to do in some scenarios.

    By Aymon from Cedar Rapids Iowa on September 11, 2012
    What is the difference between a "direct vent," "natural vent," and "ventless" fireplace insert? I have a wood fireplace that I want to replace with a sealed gas fireplace insert; I also want a fan to circulate the indoor air without having it go up the current chimney. What type of insert do I need?

    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 12, 2012

    Answer:
    What you are describing is a direct vent type of fireplace insert. Both natural vent and vent-free appliances have interaction with the air in the room. Natural vent uses the air for dilution and draws some of it up the chimney, much like a wood burning fireplace.

    Vent free inserts have no chimney system and return all air to the room; however, they can also add unwanted moisture and have proven troublesome to users with a keen sense of smell or with allergies.

    Direct vent units are completely sealed by a pane of glass and introduce radiant heat into the room, with additional heat circulated by a blower system.

    By Mallory from Berlin, MD on December 1, 2012
    Does the glass need to be used on a GD17-P fireplace? If not, why?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 3, 2012

    Answer:
    Per the manufacturer specs, this is an older direct vent type of fireplace. As such, the glass must be in place for it to operate properly. Harmful combustion byproducts can be released into the room otherwise.

    By Denes from Lynchburg, Va on September 18, 2013
    When the Bay Window option is used, is the Bay Glass (item 36) used in addition to the Door Glass (item 16), or does it replace it?
    By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on September 19, 2013

    Answer:
    After checking with the manufacturer, they have confirmed that the bay assembly does still use the option of glass or screens. Whether glass or screens are used in the bay assembly, the primary glass pane must remain in position.

    By Craig from Plattsburgh, NY on March 27, 2017
    How does the variable speed blower work if no electricity is required?
    By Tyler M. on March 27, 2017

    Answer:
    We apologize for the confusion. While no electricity is required for the burner in this insert, it is indeed required for the blower.

    Customer Reviews
    Napoleon GI3600 Natural Vent Gas Fireplace Insert - GI3600-4NSB ( 1,969.00 )
    5 out of 5 Stars based on 2 review(s) - sorted by Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    GI3600 - Great Experience
    By
    Tim Reichwein
    from Georgetown, COon
    November 17, 2012
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Everything arrived in good condition. Installation was very straightforward. The few gaps in the installation instructions were simple to figure out. The remote control was especially a breeze. Everything functioned properly on the first try. More than met my expectations.
    Pros:
    Competitive price, ease of installation.
    Cons:
    Better log placement illustrations would save installation time.


    Cheaper and Built Well
    By
    Quentin Meek
    from West Virginiaon
    May 3, 2010
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Although I was cautious at first because of the price (many times cheaper does mean cheaper), I have to say I was not disappointed when using it.




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