Heating

Eureka Victorian (Up To 260m2)

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Description

The Victorian model allows for the traditional appearance of a woodheater. To heat up to 260m2

  • Huge, self cleaning fireplace window
  • Quiet, high performance fans
  • Heavy duty steel firebox
  • Heavy gauge, thick cast iron liners (heat retaining)
  • Firebrick lined woodheater base
  • Deep firebox for infrequent cleaning
  • Long lasting 8mm steel baffle plate

Emissions 1.4g

Efficiency 60%*

This tradition continues with the latest range of woodheaters that conform to the strict Australian emission levels. For many years Eureka Woodheating has been the pre-eminent brand in the Australian market place for woodheating based on quality, strength and prolonged high performance.

Company Profile

AF Gason Pty Ltd, the parent company of Eureka Woodheating is a family owned company spanning 3 generations; the manufacturing plant is located on a 3.2 hectare site at Ararat in Western Victoria and employs in excess of 100 people.

As well as woodheating, Gason is well known for its innovative agricultural farm equipment and diverse manufacturing expertise for a number of well-known Australian companies.

Eureka Woodheating has been a market leader for 30 years



Specifications

Dimensions

   
Height:730mm (inc. fascia)
630mm (rear casing)
Flue Size:150mm
Width:1028mm (inc. fascia)
665mm (rear casing)
 Capacity:Up to 260m2
Depth:535mm (inc. fascia)
475mm (rear casing)
 Weight:170kg
Back of fascia to flue centre: 300mm

Clearances and Hearth Dimensions

Min Hearth Size:Width: 1000mm - Depth Overall: 1260mm - Thickness: 18mm
Minimum hearth depth: 600mm**
Side Members: 150mm
From bottom of appliance to underside of mantle: 1225mm
From bottom of appliance to breast plate: 975mm


*Peak efficiency % quoted
**Minimum hearth depth in front of unit or ZCC can be reduced by raising appliance above combustible materials (consult your dealer).



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