*Includes engine ($6869), frame ($953), and log set ($329)
Design your own fire with modern burn media or traditional logs and a choice of two frames, using our 'Design Your Fire' feature.
With up to 8.4 kW of heat output, the Evolve 1252 gas fire can easily heat up to 130 m². What's more is that with the Rinnai power flue system, the fire can be installed where other fires cannot go.
IMPORTANT: Evolve fires manufactured from April 2019 have inbuilt Wi-Fi capability. You can easily determine this as the operation guide provided with your fire will have a section on Wi-Fi control.
If you don't have inbuilt Wi-Fi capability and you want Wi-Fi control, a Wi-Fi module is available for purchase, part number R7000 (RRP $220 plus installation). This will need to be fitted by a licensed gasfitter.
Living rooms and open plan areas. The versatile power flue system makes for easy installation in almost any living space, including bedrooms.
Heating areas (up to)
- Upper North Island 134 m²
- Central and lower North Island 93 m²
- South Island 78 m²
Available for Natural Gas or LPG, specify at the time of purchase
3-speed fan. Heat is distributed from the top of the appliance.
Located inside the appliance, upper right hand side.
½ " BSP, the gas supply terminates inside the heater—lower left hand side of the appliance.
Continuous spark electronic ignition
Inner 50 mm, outer 70-80 mm. Appliance must be installed with a Rinnai flue system.
High 90 W, standby < 8 W. This heater has a 1.5 m power cord with a 3-pin plug supplied. The power cord passes through a slot in the back left hand corner of the appliance.
Flame failure sensing system, pressure relief, overheat safety switch, air temperature sensor, thermal fuse, overcurrent fuse, and spark detector.
Operated using a basic infra-red remote, or for more features, such as timers and thermostatic control, using the Rinnai Wi-Fi fireplace controller app, refer important note in 'Features tab'.
The minimum clearances listed below are measured from the edge of the glass.
Supplier declaration of compliance: Declaration number - 18423201712
Rinnai's head designer Kai Malte Röever explains how the design process for the Linear collection worked in a content piece for NZ's number one build and design platform ArchiPro.Read Article
If you’ve ever worked in an office environment, or you battle with a spouse over who gets control of the Heat Pump controller, you will be no stranger to how uncomfortable your home can be when the temperature isn’t quite right.Read Article
For qualified plumber Logan Dodds, Rinnai’s Linear collection fireplaces were an obvious choice when it came to the design of his latest project… his own home in Point Chevalier, Auckland.Read Article