Above RRP is for the single sided model. Double sided $10,499. RRP includes the engine and burn media, it does not include flueing
Rinnai's designers took their inspiration from Aotearoa's unique landscapes. They hand selected driftwood washed up on our beaches, and stones to match those shaped by our rivers and tides. These were painstakingly recreated as perfectly lifelike ceramics.
This is a beautiful-looking fire, thanks largely to its impressive flame height and Rinnai's realistic logs recreated to look like the real thing. To give you the very best view, the glass has an anti-reflective coating, which ensures the view of your fire is a pristine as possible.
All fires in the Linear Collection are available in single and double-sided variants.
Suitable for indoor installations only.
Ideal for living rooms and open plan areas. The versatile power flue system makes for easy installation in almost any living space, including bedrooms.
- Upper North Island, up to 123 m²
- Central and lower North Island, up to 85 m²
- South Island, up to 71 m²
IMPORTANT: Gasfitters and builders
Linear models have adjustable wallboard support rails. The gasfitter will adjust these based on the thickness of the wall lining. It's important the gasfitter gets the wall lining information from the builder. If this is not done the wall lining will not sit flush (if a flush installation) and the cavity can overheat causing the fire to cut out.
BUILDERS: Due to the heat from the fire ensure a 50 mm clearance around the unit, including the rear (if a single-sided model). This information is included in the framing dimension pages of the installation guide, an extract 'Linear framing dimension pages' has been provided in the 'Downloads' tab for ease of reference. Use this in conjunction with the 'Linear additional wall lining detail' to ensure a successful installation.
Available for Natural Gas or LPG, specify at the time of purchase.
2-speed fan. Heat is distributed from the top of the appliance.
The base of the combustion chamber, LHS, on the convection fan access panel.
½ " BSP, the gas supply terminates inside the heater—lower left-hand side.
Continuous spark electronic ignition.
Power flue. Inner 50 mm, outer 70-80 mm. Appliance MUST be installed with a Rinnai flue system.
The Linear has a 1.5 m cord with a three pin plug supplied. The power cord passes through a slot in the right hand side of the appliance.
Flame failure sensing system, pressure relief, overheat safety switch, air temperature sensor, thermal fuse, overcurrent fuse, and spark detectors
The Linear can be operated using the basic infra-red remote, or for more features, such as timers and thermostatic control, using Rinnai's Wi-Fi fireplace controller app available from the Apple App store or Google Play.
The minimum clearances listed below are measured from the edge of the glass.
Energy Safety Supplier Declaration of Compliance number - 1907520195
Black glass reflector side panels, designed to enhance the flame picture by producing a mirror image of the flames.
Designed to achieve a smooth edge finish without plastering against the fire.
Black powder coated metal panels designed to create a peninsular design on a double-sided model.
Yes. The majority of modern gas fires have electronic ignition and safety components that require electricity. For customers concerned with power outages, there are commercially available battery backup systems. One provider is Helio (www.heliosps.co.nz) who supply systems specifically designed for use with gas space heaters and water heaters.
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