Home Fireplaces Wood Burning Fireplaces
Ventis ME300 Zero Clearance Wood Burning Fireplace with Blower

Ventis ME300 Zero Clearance Wood Burning Fireplace with Blower

Write a Review
$3,449.95 $4,239.99 19% Off
Free Shipping
In Stock
Ships same business day.
Qty: 1

Frequently Purchased Together

Have questions?

Our NFI-certified experts are here to help!
Call us at 800-203-1642 Call us at 800-203-1642

Product Details

Manufacturer: Ventis
Ventis Part Numbers: VB00001
Item Number: VNT-VB00001

Features

  • Size: 40 Inches
  • Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 41 1/4" W x 40 5/8" H x 25 1/2" D
  • Non-catalytic
  • 176 CFM blower
  • 2020 EPA certified
  • Burn rate: >11 lb/h
  • 4.25 cubic feet firebox
  • Glass air-wash system
  • High-efficiency certified
  • Fresh air intake adapter
  • Molded refractory stones
  • Incomparable view of flames
  • Very large decorative fireplace
  • Clean lines and timeless design
  • Ventis stainless steel anchor plate included
  • Steel frame double fireplace doors with ceramic glass
  • Framing Dimensions: 41 1/8" W x 43 5/8" H x 25 1/2" D
  • Recommended Heating Area: Up to 1,500 sq. ft.
  • Actual Viewing Area: 28 1/2" W x 17 1/8" H
  • Maximum Log Size: 20"
  • Venting Dimensions: 8"
  • Approved Vent Systems: Ventis 8" ID
Ventis understands the need for reliability, and that is why they created the Ventis ME300 Zero Clearance Wood Fireplace with Blower. This extra large fireplace is a great addition to any living space that needs a little extra warmth. It is perfectly capable of heating up to 1,500 square feet of living space, and with the added blower it will keep the temperature consistent. This unit features a glass air-wash system, molded refractory bricks, and stunning views of the fire. So get the most out of this exceptional fireplace by Ventis.

Venting Requirements: This item requires a chimney with 8" inner diameter.

Please Note: This unit includes an anchor plate for Ventis All-Fuel chimney. If another approved chimney system is to be installed, an anchor plate for that system will need to be purchased.

Customers Also Viewed

Customer Q&A with Product Specialists

Alan W. from wells vt asked:
Is this true zero clearance?
Is this true zero clearance?
The "zero clearance" refers to the distance to combustible framing, not the facing materials.
Answered by: Aaron D.

Helpful?

0
Showing 1 of 1 Questions and Answers
Ask a Question

Customer Reviews