The Rinnai Symmetry RDV3600 is a direct vent inbuilt gas fireplace with a glass front, operated with a remote control. It was first released in 2010 as a lower specification model with the same great styling as the RDV3611, but without a fan (lower efficiency), and at a lower cost.
As at 01 April 2012 the RDV3600 was sold with a fan pre-installed.
Living rooms and open plan areas. Can heat up to 82 m2 (depending on where you live in NZ). Ideally suited to areas as a secondary heating source.
Recommended for installation into a false (mock) chimney. Not suitable for retrofitting into an existing masonry fireplace.
The side clearance includes side walls
Ceramic top pan burner
Centre front of base panel, behind the service panels
Direct vent. Inner Ø100 mm, outer Ø170 mm. Fire must be installed with a Rinnai supplied flue system.
½ " BSP male flare
Integrated sparker to pilot
High 15 W (without fan), high 48 W (with fan), standby < 1 W. Electrical connection is to the right hand side of the fire.
Light to pilot, delayed ignition, overheat switch, electronic flame supervision (flame failure), and combustion chamber pressure relief.
Manual control on remote (Hi-Lo)
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