Wednesday, September 30, 2020

IronStrike Ravenna / Superior DRI3030TEN / DRI2530TEN Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

IronStrike Ravenna / Superior DRI3030TEN / DRI2530TEN Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

High-efficiency heating delivered in a stylish package, the Ravenna™ Direct Vent Gas insert transforms your old drafty fireplace into a family gathering place and a reliable source of warmth. The model DRI2530TEN is the same great gas fireplace insert, offering remote control optional instead of standard.

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The Ravenna™ gas fireplace insert offers the convenience of gas, the look of a real wood fire and a variety of face options to enhance any décor, including a sleek new Contemporary face. Listed to fit most zero-clearance factory-built and masonry fireplaces, the Ravenna turns your standard fireplace into a cost-effective heat source and warm, beautiful gathering place.


  • High-detail log set and realistic fireplace depth.
  • State-of-the-art burn technology provides the flame appearance of an authentic wood-burning fire
  • Mix and match Mink, Black, Gold, Brushed Nickel and Black Nickel face options to complement a broad range of architectural styles
  • Wireless Total Comfort Control™ remote system provides precise heat control
  • Available in two heating capacities - 33,000 or 40,000 BTUs
  • Heavy, 14-gauge aluminized steel firebox construction for years of reliable operation
  • Electronic ignition system with battery backup—still ignites and heats during a power outage
  • Temperature-activated 155-CFM blower to circulate warmth in your home
  • 83-86% steady-state efficiency for even, continual heating
  • From the convenience of your sofa, use your Total Comfort Control remote to adjust the room temperature around the exact area where you are relaxing
  • Six heat and blower settings give you precise control to efficiently heat the space around you
  • One-touch On/Off switch for easy operation

*Square-feet heating capacities are approximations only. Local conditions, such as elevation, wind, vent configuration and choice of fuel will affect overall appearance of the fire and heating performance. Performance can also vary with home design and insulation, climate, condition and type of fuel used, appliance location, burn rate, accessories chosen, chimney installation and how the appliance is operated.


Attached Screens  

  • Barrier Screen (Arch Face)
  • Barrier Screen (Rectangular Face)


  • Arch Black
  • Arch Black Nickel
  • Arch Brushed Nickel
  • Arch Gold
  • Cast Pillar Bar
  • Cast Pillar Filigree
  • Contemporary Black
  • Contemporary Mink
  • Foundry
  • Screen
  • Traditional Black
  • Traditional Black Nickel
  • Traditional Brushed Nickel
  • Traditional Gold


  • Architectural Stone
  • Red Brick
  • Tan Brick
  • Zen Garden

Other Exterior

  • Remote Thermostat

Wireless Remote Controls

  • Total Comfort Control wireless remote system

Specifications Ravenna / DRI3030TENC Gas Insert
Model Ravenna 33 Ravenna 40
BTU 24,000 - 33,000 28,000 - 40,000
Minimum Fireplace Width 31-1/2" 31-1/2"
Minimum Fireplace Height 19-1/2" 19-1/2"
Minimum Fireplace Depth 16" 16"
Remote Control Optional Optional
Warranty 20 Year Limited Warranty 20 Year Limited Warranty
Fuel Natural or Propane Gas Natural or Propane Gas
Venting Direct-Vent Direct-Vent
View Style Front-View or Bay-View Front-View or Bay-View

IronStrike Ravenna / Superior DRI3030TEN / DRI2530TEN Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

IronStrike Ravenna / Superior DRI3030TEN / DRI2530TEN Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

IronStrike Ravenna / Superior DRI3030TEN / DRI2530TEN Direct Vent Gas Fireplace Insert

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