Thursday, December 5, 2019

GDI44 Napoleon Gas Insert - Discontinued

GDI44 Direct Vent Gas Insert

This gas insert has been discontinued due to stricter 2015 EPA regulations. All inventory has been sold. This is an informational page for those who have already purchased the unit.

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GDI-44 Features:
  • 69% steady state maximum efficiency and up to 40,000 BTU's
    Heater rated
  • No electricity required to light or operate - millivolt system ensures reliable use even during power failures
  • Clear, unobstructed viewing area through an over 800 square inch heat resistant ceramic glass (22 3/8" x 36 1/4")
  • Concealed controls which you can turn on and off at the flick of a switch
  • Available in clean burning, convenient natural gas or propane
  • Equipped with 100% safety shut off feature for your peace of mind
  • Realistic, ceramic fiber, light-weight molded PHAZER® logs for a natural wood burning look
  • YELLOW DANCING FLAME® burner system
  • Standard blower increases heating efficiency
  • President's Limited Lifetime Warranty

  • Decorative brick panels
  • Gold plated upper and lower louvres
  • Decorative door kit, arched or webbed arched in painted black and 24 karat gold plated
  • Painted black Andirons
  • Advantage hand held remote control (digital display)
  • Optional digital thermostatic had held cordless remote control
  • Millivolt wall thermostat
  • Extruded aluminum trim kits 3 or 4 sided (polished black or brass, textured black)
  • Backer plates 3 or 4 sided (matted black including gold acrylic accent trim)

Specifications GDI44 Gas Insert
Fuel Natural Gas/Propane
BTU Input - Natural Gas 40,000
BTU Input - Propane 40,000
BTU Output - Natural Gas 27,600
BTU Output - Propane 27,600
Maximum Heating Efficiency (Steady state)
Natural Gas 69%
Propane 69%
Minimum fireplace opening 32"W x 21"H x 16"D

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