The Planika Panorama Island Automatic Bio Fire is part of range which are the only ethanol BEV fireplaces that are fully closed behind tempered glass for those who require this extra safety. Using base from their FLA3 system it is fully automatic controlled with a remote, app or wall switch.
TRUE ZERO CLEARANCE
The feature that allows you install the fireplace in a housing construction made of combustible materials and even hang a TV above the fireplace.
HEAT DISTRIBUTION VENTS
Panorama fireplace comes with a complete set of components for an efficient distribution of heat.
Panorama fireplace is closed behind durable tempered glass panels. The top surface of the fireplace can be coverd with the included glass foam pebbles to increase its aethetic value. As an option the burner can be decorated with ceramic logs or white stones.
NEW AUTOMATIC BURNER
The new burner with the patented BEV Technology® gives a much deeper and richer flame. It is the most advanced product in the industry ensuring the cleanest burning process without any smoke, smell or ash. The flame is produced by combusting ethanol vapors and has no direct contact with the liquid fuel.
NET ZERO TECHNOLOGY
Planika’s eco fireplaces utilize bioethanol, an organic eco fuel made from plants, such as corn, wheat or potatoes. Ethanol is known to produce lower carbon dioxide emissions and is a particulate-free burning fuel source.
BENEFITS OF THE SOLUTION
It is 1200mm long, comes in seven different arrangements and burns for approx. 9 hours. The fireplace comes together as a full system to be installed without a chimney connection. The solution has two vents one at the bottom for the air to be drawn in, and one below the ceiling, distributing heat from the fireplace. Panorama has a zero-clearance feature allowing for the implementation in a wall made from combustion materials.
AUTOMATIC REFILLING SYSTEM
As in so many cases, Planika was the first to introduce the automatic refilling system. It will protect the user and the fireplace against any incidental spillage or accident. The pump will switch off automatically when the fuel tank is full.