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DE00401

BORA OUTDOOR WOOD BURNING FIREPLACE

Size 20 1/4" W X 20 1/4" D X 60 1/2" H
Maximum log length 24"
Fuel type Dry cordwood

From USD $999.00

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Description

Modern and elegant, the Bora outdoor fireplace invites itself in your backyard or on your terrace to create a pleasant and chic atmosphere. Designed and manufactured in Quebec, it has a two-sided opening located at the optimum viewing height of the flames. There’s nothing like the Bora to enhance your outdoor living space and create a unique environment that will impress your guests!

  • 100% made of 304 stainless steel, superior food-grade (5/16'' or 2mm thick structure)
  • Very high temperature black powder paint (1400° F)
  • Excellent corrosion resistance for unmatched durability
  • Very simple assembly (hardware and key included)
  • 24 "logs (tipi fire)
  • Design that promotes draft "chimney effect" and limits annoying smoke
  • Patio heater that optimizes even heat all over the body

Option to come: firescreen


*All installation and use must be in accordance with your municipality regulations.

Options/Accessories

Accessories

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KEVLAR THREAD WOOD STOVE AND FIREPLACE GLOVES

AC07820
KEVLAR THREAD WOOD STOVE AND FIREPLACE GLOVES

Recommended for a clean and safe use of any type of wood-burning appliance. Fire-resistant kevlar sewings.

USD $22.00
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19" KEVLAR THREAD SEWN FIREPLACE GLOVES

AC07822
19" KEVLAR THREAD SEWN FIREPLACE GLOVES

Thermal protective gloves with long cuffs (19" or 48 cm): Ideal for stove, fireplace and barbecue. Highly resistant to high temperatures. Genuine leather and kevlar seams for increased durability. Maximum protection against all heat sources (covers the entire forearm). Strong and flexible glove with reinforcement at the level of the hand. One-sized with cotton lining for comfort. Practical leather support buckle.

USD $28.00
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Fire starters

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SACHET POUCHES FIRE STARTER

AC02597
SACHET POUCHES FIRE STARTER

Paraffin sachet pouches. Odorless.

USD $7.50
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WOOD AND PARAFFIN FIRE STARTER CUBES

AC02599
WOOD AND PARAFFIN FIRE STARTER CUBES

• Only made from wood and paraffin wax; without additional chemicals • Safe, odorless, soot less, strong burning • Easy to handle and easy to use • Can be stored indefinitely and does not dry out • Burn for 12 minute

USD $7.50
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FIRE LIGHTING GEL (500 mL - 16 FL.OZ.)

AC04099
FIRE LIGHTING GEL (500 mL - 16 FL.OZ.)

Recommended for lighting-up oil, wood and pellet stoves.  Leaves no residue.  Odorless.

USD $6.00
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Specs/Manual

General features

Fuel type Dry cordwood
Maximum log length 24"
Shipping Weight 105 lb (48 kg)
Overall dimension (Height) 60 1/2"
Overall dimension (Width) 20 1/4"
Overall dimension (Depth) 20 1/4"
Model Pedestal
Steel thickness – body 14 ga

Support/parts

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Maintenance instructions

Is the smoke produced during the paint curing process harmful?

First Fires

Most high-temperature paints react in the same way. There are two resins in the paint. One resin dries at room temperature, giving the paint the initial properties seen on a brand new stove. Then, when fires are built in the stove, this air-dry resin burns away. The other resin is a silicon resin (silicone gives the paint its high heat resistance) that will not cure until the appliance is heated at high temperatures. This occurs at around 400 °F – 450 °F. The air dry resin will burn away at about 600 °F.

We recommend a two-stage curing process. Do not burn at full heat (keep temperature below 900 °F) for the first two burns as this could “shock” the paint and cause damage. Paint may peel or discolor. The initial fire should be made at a medium temperature (450 °F) for about 60 minutes. As the paint heats-up, it will soften and even appear wet. It should not be touched with anything. Gradually, on the hottest spots (usually near the flue and working outwards) the paint will again appear dry. When this process is completed, the paint will be ready for the next stage.

A second, hotter burn of around 600 °F for another 45 minutes will burn away the air-dry resin. You will know when this occurs because the process creates some smoke and odour. The non-toxic smoke is primarily carbon dioxide, but there are other residual components that make it smell bad and may cause physical distress for some individuals or animals. This is why we recommend keeping the space vacant and ventilated. Until the second stage is reached, the curing process will be incomplete.

Paint may appear to be a little glossy when first applied. High heat will cause all liquid paint to lose its glossy appearance.

 

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