Friday, November 15, 2019

GDI30N Napoleon Direct Vent - Discontinued*

GDI30N Napoleon Direct Vent - Discontinued*

The GDI30 Roxbury has been discontined due to new 2015 EPA regulations - Inventory is Limited

When entering your home, there is nothing more inviting than the warm and cozy atmosphere created by a Napoleon fire. You'll enjoy relaxing around your fireplace knowing that you have transformed it into an attractive and efficient heating source. 

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GDI30N Gas Insert Features:


Heater rated

Up to 24,500 BTU's

Direct Vent Pipe

No electricity required to light or operate -millivolt system ensures reliable use even during power failures

Available in clean burning natural gas or propane

Turn on and off with the flick of a switch

50% flame/heat adjustment for maximum comfort and efficiency

Maximum Steady State efficiency 85%

Maximum AFUE efficiency 82%

Hinged,high heat ceramic glass door 

PHAZER™ logs and charcoal embers

Heavy gauge pan burner system creates a unique Yellow Dancing Flame™

Heat circulating blower with variable speed control and thermodisc on/off switch

President's Limited Lifetime Warranty


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Specifications GDI30 Gas Insert
Fuel Gas or Propane
BTU Output 15,000-24,500
AFUE 82%
Steady State 85%
Venting Direct
Blower Kit Included
Mobile Home Approved yes

2" & 3" or 3" & 3" direct venting

 

Vents up to 35' vertically

Approved for bathrooms, bedrooms, bed-sitting rooms and suitable for mobile homes

TESTED AS A HEATER TO ANSI Z21.88 and CSA 2.33

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