Buying a wood fireplace insert is an important decision. If you want to get the most out of your fireplace insert, you should select the right one, so there are a few things you should know...
Choose JIDE for sturdiness and durability.
JIDE fireplace insert is a stove to be inserted into an existing or future fireplace. It is made of top quality steel, which allows for fast heat production. The dual convection wall allows for the heated air to be vented out in the room using two fans.
JIDE fireplace insert also heats your room by radiating through its front side. The inside can be made of vermiculite for better radiation or cast iron for longer
The door comes with a smoke-removing system for a nicer view of the fire.The devices can be combined together through a tube network for warm air to
The external housings (convection chambers) of our inserts are made of electro-zinc steel (anti-rust treatment).
Maximum heat efficiency and minimum energy consumption.
In the interest of continuous improvement, JIDE strives to increase the thermal efficiency of inserts; this means that you will burn less wood and burn it better,
As for the power (kilowatts), it is a key element in selecting the insert that will best correspond to the space you want to heat. The power is determined by the quality and quantity of wood necessary for the insert to heat that space. The quality of insulation in
Here is what you should calculate for your insert:
1 Kilowatt = 1000 watts
Wood combustion depends on the air intakes (oxygen).
The primary air gets in through the combustion grate, under the ashes.
The secondary, pre-heated air, in the flames:
The tertiary, pre-heated air, above the glass (Nordic range):