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Manufacturer:Sierra Flame Part Numbers: THOMPSON-36-DELUXE-LP,, THOMPSON-36-DELUXE-NG eFireplaceStore Item Number: SFL-THOMPSON-36-DELUXE-NG
Product Dimensions: 38" W x 37" H x 15" D(THOMPSON-36-DELUXE-NG, THOMPSON-36-DELUXE-LP)
4 piece log set
Includes fan kit
100% safety shutoff
Black porcelain panels
Deluxe remote control
Trim and safety barrier included (attached to the unit)
Glass viewing area: 29" W x 16 1/2" H
Framing dimensions: 38" W x 37" H x 15" D
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 4 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
With framing dimensions of 37" H x 38" W x 15" D and a viewing area of 16-1/2" H x 29" W, this 36" Deluxe Thompson direct vent fireplace emits up to 26,000 BTUs of heat. It features a trim and safety barrier that comes pre-attached to the unit, borosilicate glass that withstands extreme amounts of heat to prevent shattering, 100% safety shutoff in the event of emergency situations, electronic ignition functions controlled by a deluxe remote control with flame adjustable capabilities and a fan modulating valve to sustain desired room temperatures. It really gets no better than this, but there is more. This unit also comes equipped with a 4-piece log set with black porcelain panels as well.
Does this fireplace have a back vent? Can it be used in a bedroom?
No, this model has a top vent, though the pipe may go up-and-out for a horizontal termination if preferred (depending on the distance from the fireplace to the exterior wall). Yes, any direct vent gas fireplace can be installed in a bedroom, because all direct vent models have a solid glass front which seals it from the room, so no room air is used for combustion.
Submitted by:Tyler M. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on May 15, 2019