Tuesday, July 23, 2024

IR3G Napoleon Direct Vent Infrared Insert - Discontinued

IR3G Napoleon Direct Vent Infrared Insert - Discontinued

As one of the highlights in Napoleon's direct vent gas insert line, the IR3G has a clean face, contemporary design and comes with a sparkling Topaz Crystaline ember bed and porcelain panels

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Providing some of the highest infrared (IR) heat in the industry, the new IR series direct vent gas inserts feature Napoleon’s advanced infrared technology and flame modulation.
The IR3G is the perfect solution for an economical heating source complemented with modern elegance. Heating smarter and saving energy doesn't mean that you have to compromise great design, the IR series has it all.


  • Fuel saving electronic ignition with battery back-up.
  • Clean face design with a 364 sq. in. viewing area.
  • Heat radiating ceramic glass.
  • Exclusive Night Light comes standard.
  • Porcelain Reflective Radiant Panels come standard.
  • Thermostatic remote control comes standard.
  • Topaz CRYSTALINE ember bed comes standard.

Options and Accessories

  • Optional decorative accessories.
  • Optional heat circulating blower.
  • Optional ACS- anti condensation switch (standing or intermittent pilot)
  • Optional safety screen.
  • Optional Newport and Old England decorative brick panels.
  • Optional CRYSTALINE glass media kits in clear, red, amber, blue, and black.


  • 3" exhaust / 3" air intake.
  • Minimum fireplace opening: 29"w x 13 1/2"d x 21 1/2"h

Specifications Napoleon IR3G
Fuel Gas or Propane w/ Conversion Kit
BTU's 15,000-24,000
AFUE 63.9%
Steady State 80%
Venting Top
Blower Kit Optional
Mobile Home Approved Yes
Glass Ceramic 17"h x 25 9/16"w
Viewing Area 364 sq. in.
Weight 106 lbs
Dimensions 21"h x 29 5/8"w x 13 1/4"d

IR3G Napoleon Direct Vent Infrared Insert - Discontinued

IR3G Napoleon Direct Vent Infrared Insert - Discontinued

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