Napoleon High Country NZ7000 Linear Fireplace - Discontinued
This product had been discontinued and is no longer available. This page is for informational purposes only.
The Napoleon High Country NZ7000 Wood Burning Fireplace is inspired by European clean face design and features a huge viewing area. The counterbalanced ZERO GRAVITY door system operates the screen and heat radiating ceramic glass independently, allowing the fire to be viewed through either the glass, screen or both while making it effortless to light and refuel the fireplace. The large firebox holds up to 50 lbs of wood and is lined with refractory brick. A powerful air wash system keeps the glass clean and the super-boost air induction ports sweep across the ember bed for extremely fast start-ups. The High Country is an ideal choice to add class and artistry to your home.
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- The High Country NZ7000 heats up to 1,000 square feet!
- Clean Burning
- ZERO GRAVITY Door System
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Flue damper and outside air damper close 100% when not in use
- Steel andirons in charcoal finish
- Outside air control lever
- Maximum length of 32"
- Large glass door for maximum visibility.
- Fully refractory lined firebox.
- Closable outside air damper.
- Closable flue damper.
- Shipping weight 1150 lbs
- Flue outlet diameter 12"
- Max fuel load 60 lbs
- Max fuel height, halfway or top of the first firebrick.
- Safety tested to: ULC S610 and UL 127.
- Emissions tested to: ASTM E2515 and ASTM
|Specifications||Napoleon High Country NZ7000|
|Max Log Length||32"|
|Max Fuel Load||60 lbs|
|Flue Outlet Diameter||12"|
|Heating Capacity||1000 sq. ft.|
|Overall Dimensions||80-13/16"H x 59-5/8"W x 30-5/16"D|
|Glass Dimensions||42"W x 19"H|
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