Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Secure HE43-2™ Lennox - Discontinued*

Secure HE43-2™ Lennox Wood Burning Fireplace

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only.

Panoramic brilliance with fewer emissions

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This product has been discontinued and inventory is limited, only availble with Nickel Doors. This page is an informational page for those who have already purchased the unit.


Imagine finally being able to enjoy all the splendors of a front-open wood-burning fire with the peace of mind that it produces only a fraction of the emissions of a traditional fireplace. The Secure HE43-2 fireplace brings this warm and environmentally friendly vision to life.


  • EPA-qualified, front-open fireplace with patented burn system that reduces emissions to a low 3.87 gr/kg
  • Stunning panoramic view of the fire can be enjoyed with the doors closed or by sliding them out of sight
  • Standard brick refractory complements the attractive masonry appearance
  • Choice of black or brushed nickel doors Ceramic glass for safety and optimum heat transfer Efficient air wash system helps to keep glass clean Tilting cast-iron grate for quick, easy cleaning Combustion control allows for improved burn rate Easily converted for use with a certified vented gas log set

Required Venting

  • 8" ASHT or S-2100 Chimney


  • 200-CFM blower
  • Forced-air kit

Specifications Lennox Secure HE43-2
Fuel Wood
Venting 8" ASHT or AC
View Style Front View
Sizes 28
Warranty 20-year limited warranty

Secure HE43-2™ Lennox Wood Burning Fireplace

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