Inbuilt power flued convection gas fire with electronic temperature control, timers, and remote.
Design your own with modern burn media or traditional logs and a choice of two frames. With up to 8.1 kW of heat output, the Evolve can easily heat up to 125 m2. What's more, it's easy to install.
Evolve 950 last sold Mar 2016, superseded by the Evolve 951 with narrower frame.
Evolve 951 last sold Mar 2018, superseded by the Evolve 952 with simple remote.
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 125 m2
- Central and lower North Island 125 m2
- South Island 82 m2
Located inside the appliance, upper right hand side
3-speed fan. Heat is distributed from the top of the appliance.
½ " BSP, the gas supply terminates inside the heater—lower left hand side of the appliance
Continuous spark electronic ignition
Inner Ø50 mm, outer Ø70-80 mm. Appliance must be installed with a Rinnai flue system.
High 90 W, standby < 8 W. The fire has a 1.5 m power cord with a 3-pin plug supplied. The power cord passes through a slot in the back right hand corner of the appliance.
Flame failure sensing system, pressure relief, overheat safety switch, air temperature sensor, thermal fuse, overcurrent fuse, and spark detector
Thermostatic, temperature control range 16-26 °C
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance: Declaration numbers:
Evolve 950 - 1603720144
Evolve 951 - 1724420162
Evolve 950 - Apr 2014
Evolve 951 - Mar 2016
Evolve 950 - Mar 2016, superseded by Evolve 951 with narrower frame
Evolve 951 - Mar 2018 superseded by Evolve 952 with simple remote
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