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Fireplaces > Pallet Heaters > Heating Capacity

measure the area you want to heat in squares, 1 square equals 3m x 3m (or 10 foot x 10 foot. Please keep in mind that heating capacities will also depend on factors such as building characteristics, quality of insulation and climatic zone. If you’re unsure, feel free to contact our team for further details

Gas Multi > Star Rating

Choosing energy-efficient appliances can help you save money on energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. A Gas Rating Label (voluntary scheme) can be found on gas space heaters, ducted heating, and gas water heaters.

Sometimes high star-rated models can cost a little more to buy, but choosing a cheaper product with fewer stars could end up costing you more in the long run. If you look at the running costs like a “second price tag” it could help you decide which appliance to buy.

Gas Multi > Type

– Freestanding is a stand alone unit that is unattached or inserted into a wall. It requires clearances from other objects when heating.

– Inbuilt masonry is a heater that is built into a brick masonry structure ie: a brick chimney

– Inbuilt zero clearance this is an external box attached to a heating unit to minimise the clearance from a combustible surface ie: a building frame that is non masonry

– Open fireplaces is a unit (or an constructed masonry box) that has no door to contain the fire.

– Double sided is a heating unit with two sides to view or open to load. This come in the form of inbuilt or freestanding, as well as open or enclosed.

– Outdoor fireplaces is an outdoor only unit that is predominantly used to create a focal point in outdoor entertainment or alfresco area.

– Wood fire ovens is a heating/cooking appliance using wood as its fuel source

– Gas burner only Gas burners are normally placed inside an existing firebox, depending on the size, model and type, or they can be placed into an open fireplace

Gas Multi > Heating Capacity

measure the area you want to heat in squares, 1 square equals 3m x 3m (or 10 foot x 10 foot. Please keep in mind that heating capacities will also depend on factors such as building characteristics, quality of insulation and climatic zone. If you’re unsure, feel free to contact our team for further details.

Wood Multi > Emissions

Reducing the number of emissions that a wood heater generates will help to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases being released into the atmosphere.

This is the Woodpecker’s green leaf system and has not been approved by any government bodies.

Emissions Legend
Under .5grms – 5 Green leaves
Under 1grms – 4.5 Green leaves
Under 1.5grms – 4 Green leaves
Under 2grms – 3.5 Green leaves
Under 2.5grms – 3 Green leaves
Under 3grms – 2.5 Green leaves
Under 4grms – 2 Green leaves

Wood Multi > Efficiency

Efficiency and particulate matter are the two most important factors when buying a wood fireplace. 10% better efficiency = 1 ton less firewood p.a.

This is the Woodpecker’s star rating system and has not been approved by any government bodies.

Efficiency Legend
75%+ – 5 Star
70-75% – 4.5 Star
65-70% – 4 Star
60-65% – 3.5 Star
55-60% – 3 Star
50-55% – 2 Star
less than 50% – 1 Star

Wood Multi > Type

Freestanding is a stand alone unit that is unattached or inserted into a wall. It requires clearances from other objects when heating.

Inbuilt masonry is a heater that is built into a brick masonry structure ie: a brick chimney

Inbuilt zero clearance this is an external box attached to a heating unit to minimise the clearance from a combustible surface ie: a building frame that is non masonry

Open fireplaces is a unit (or an constructed masonry box) that has no door to contain the fire.

Double sided is a heating unit with two sides to view or open to load. This come in the form of inbuilt or freestanding, as well as open or enclosed.

Outdoor fireplaces is an outdoor only unit that is predominantly used to create a focal point in outdoor entertainment or alfresco area.

Wood fire ovens is a heating/cooking appliance using wood as its fuel source

Wood Multi > Heating Capacity

measure the area you want to heat in squares, 1 square equals 3m x 3m (or 10 foot x 10 foot. Please keep in mind that heating capacities will also depend on factors such as building characteristics, quality of insulation and climatic zone. If you’re unsure, feel free to contact our team for further details.

Heating > Space Heaters > Star Rating

Choosing energy-efficient appliances can help you save money on energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. A Gas Rating Label (voluntary scheme) can be found on gas space heaters, ducted heating, and gas water heaters.

Sometimes high star-rated models can cost a little more to buy, but choosing a cheaper product with fewer stars could end up costing you more in the long run. If you look at the running costs like a “second price tag” it could help you decide which appliance to buy.

Reverse Multi > Star rating

Choosing energy-efficient appliances can help you save money on energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sometimes high star-rated models can cost a little more to buy, but choosing a cheaper product with fewer stars could end up costing you more in the long run. If you look at the running costs like a “second price tag” it could help you decide which appliance to buy.

Split Multi > Star Rating

Choosing energy-efficient appliances can help you save money on energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Sometimes high star-rated models can cost a little more to buy, but choosing a cheaper product with fewer stars could end up costing you more in the long run. If you look at the running costs like a “second price tag” it could help you decide which appliance to buy.

Heating > Gas Ducted > Star Rating

Choosing energy-efficient appliances can help you save money on energy bills and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. A Gas Rating Label (voluntary scheme) can be found on gas space heaters, ducted heating, and gas water heaters.

Sometimes high star-rated models can cost a little more to buy, but choosing a cheaper product with fewer stars could end up costing you more in the long run. If you look at the running costs like a “second price tag” it could help you decide which appliance to buy.

Heating > Hydronic Heating > Natural convectors

The radiator panels casing stays lower than body temperature, hot water from a central boiler is pumped through copper pipes in the natural convector. Cool air enters through the bottom of the natural convector. As the air flows past the copper tubes it is heated and escapes through the top. Warm air is gently circulated throughout the room

Heating > Hydronic Heating > Radiators

The radiator is a product used as a source of heat to its environment they are heat exchangers used to transfer thermal energy from one medium to another. Hot water from a central boiler is circulated through the panels which provide warmth by radiation.