How Does A Balanced Fuel Gas Fire Work?


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By pulling in air from outside for the process of combustion
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Yooti Bhansali answered
The balanced flue structure is the working behind majority of DRU gas fires and gas wall heaters. It was devised by DRU engineers from Holland in the thirties. Since then it has evolved into an industrial standard for improved effectiveness and performance. Many organisations have imitated the original structure; however none have achieved the superior quality of DRU products.

A balanced flue gas fire is sealed in a room using a glass front. It possesses a highly developed flue which makes use of the process of natural convection to pull the air from the exterior of the structure or edifice, for the purpose of combustion and throws it back out by means of a different section of the flue. In this way, there is the least fuel consumption and a high level of efficiency at the same time.

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