The main difference between biofireplaces and traditional ones is the type of fuel used - alcohol or bioethanol.. In the process of their combustion, no hazardous combustion products are formed.: smoke, soot and carbon monoxide, therefore, such fireplaces do not need a chimney. Wherein, liquid fuel does not burn, and its vapors mixed with atmospheric oxygen, which determines the high degree of safety during operation. The combustion products are steam and carbon dioxide., completely harmless to the human body.
CNC equipment is widely used in the manufacturing process of biofireplaces, in particular, laser cutting and metal bending, as well as welding work. To ensure a high degree of resistance to corrosion processes, the surface of metal parts is thoroughly cleaned before painting..
Production of bio-fireplaces to order: process
The process of industrial production of biofireplaces consists of many stages, which may differ significantly depending on the design and manufacturer.
However, the basic sequence of actions is as follows:
- Design project development (sketch) and drawing up on its basis a technical drawing indicating all the necessary dimensions. It is recommended to place the glass at a distance of at least 150 mm from an open flame to avoid its cracking due to temperature deformations.
- Creating a fuel block. Any metal box that provides the required tightness of the structure can be used as a container.. The internal volume is filled with porous ceramic filler. In the upper part, it is necessary to provide protection against splashing of fuel in the form of low sides.
- Installation of a protective and decorative glass casing. Depending on the power, it can be used as a special tempered glass, and ordinary window thickness not less than 3-4 mm.
- Depending on the design requirements, natural stones can be used to decorate the burning area..
Particular attention in the production is paid to the reliability of the anti-corrosion coating.. For this, powder paint is used., and the base surface is carefully prepared.
Features of the operation of biofireplaces
The use of biofireplaces and their operation has certain features:
- The device must be installed on a level surface.. The base material must be non-combustible;
- During use, an open flame of a biofireplace absorbs a certain amount of oxygen, Therefore, the room needs systematic ventilation.. K is not recommended for use in rooms with a total area of less than 20 m2.;
- The tank is filled with biofuel no more than 2/3 from full volume;
- After the initial ignition, the height of the flame and the temperature can only be blown into operation after 7-110 i;
- The device should be installed at a distance 1-2 m. from textile materials: curtains, tulle, tablecloths, bedspreads, etc..
Should be remembered, that the addition of fuel during combustion or immediately after an unopened flame is prohibited. It is also unacceptable to extinguish the flame with water.. For this, there is a special damper provided by the design of the biofireplace..