Are Flueless Gas Fires Safe?
Flueless gas fires are very safe. About 20 million are installed in the USA and they can be found in Australia and Japan – two countries with strict environmental laws. The emissions from these appliances are very small. The fire needs an air vent in the room. This vent provides fresh oxygen to replace the oxygen burnt by the fire and keep the air fresh. You should also consider that as a manufacturer our factory is inspected each year by officials from CE to ensure we are making products to the exact standards set our by EU law. Additionally, every month we do our own internal audit on our appliances and we also test the components when they arrive at the factory and before we build the fires. This is what makes our fires the most safe and reliable on the market. The fire also has a safety device. This will shut the fire off if someone tampers with the fire or the air quality is reduced. Our fire shuts down at only 25ppm and it is reported that exposure to CO of levels of 800ppm and higher are considered hazardous.