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Manufacturer:Napoleon Part Number: EPI3TN eFireplaceStore Item Number: NPL-EPI3TN UPC: 629169042791
Insert Dimensions: 21 5/16 in H x 26 1/2 in W x 17 5/16 in D
Flashing Dimensions: Covers openings up to 28 1/2 in H x 42 1/2 in W
55,000 BTUs to heat up to 1,500 sq ft.
Porcelain enamel in Majolica Brown.
Traditional styled flush front with a cast iron surround.
300 sq. in. viewing area is the largest ceramic glass viewing area available
Airwash system keeps the viewing glass clean
Full refractory lined firebox.
Safety door switch and heat activated thermal switch for reliable blower performance.
Rear rollers and oversided levelling screws for easy installation.
Removable one-piece high density vermiculite baffle for easy chimney access.
6"" detachable flue collar that adjusts up to a 30 degree offset.
EPA certified to be one of the cleanest burning wood inserts available.
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
Designed to make your life easier, the Napoleon EPI3TN comes equipped with a removable black painted log retainer, a removable baffle and an air blower. The removable log retainer and baffle makes it easy to clean and maintain your fireplace and chimney. And the air circulating blower helps you get the most heat from your fire. But convenience isn't the only thing that the Napoleon EPI3TN brings to your home. This woodburning fireplace comes in a Majolica Brown porcelain enamel finish, has a flush front with traditional styling and includes a large ceramic glass viewing area. Napoleon has even designed this fireplace to help you get the perfect looking fire. Its secondary air tube system supercharge your flame and the airwash system helps keep the viewing glass clean.
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What is the efficiency of this Napoleon EPI3TN wood burning insert?
The efficiency of this unit will depend on the type of wood used, the time the wood is allowed to season, and the way in which you start your fires. While we can not pinpoint a specific efficiency rating, however, this unit will indeed provide a great amount of heat while using less wood than a standard fireplace due to the nature of a closed combustion insert.
Because of the small firebox used in this insert and the air tight design, a log lighter should not be installed. However, firebox temperatures are much higher than in an open faced model and a log lighter is really not needed.
What size logs can I use with this unit? What is the highest BTU rating?
Expected BTU rating for this model is 55,000, however slightly higher or lower outputs are possible, based on the type of wood burned, moisture content, and your fire building skills. The unit is rated to handle an 18 inch log.
Submitted by:Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on March 25, 2014