Kingsman IDV Insert Series
GAS INSERTS HAVE NEVER LOOKED THIS GOOD.
Designed for installation in an existing masonry woodburning fireplace, the IDV gas insert series by Kingsman enables woodburning to natural gas conversion. This type of fireplace must be vented vertically up through a masonry chimney.
Before beginning your woodburning to gas conversion project, we will need to complete a chimney inspection to ensure that your chimney is safe for active use. Your chimney does not need to be lined before installation, because gas inserts arrive with specified venting that we install up through your chimney. When considering installing a gas insert, ensure that you measure the interior dimensions of your firebox accurately as there must be enough space for the insert to be installed directly inside. Or, ask us to send one of certified gas technicians to complete measurements for you! The IDV Insert Series also offers a clean, modern metal surround available in pewter or copper styles that will conceal the unfinished firebox edge.
IDV INSERT SERIES FIREPLACE FEATURES:
Black reflective porcelain and traditional red brick interior refractory panel options
Pewter and copper metal surround options
IDV33 metal surround measurements are 35-7/8" wide x 24-1/4" high
IDV36 metal surround measurements are 40" wide x 28-1/2" high
Can be installed with a standard on/off or programmable wall thermostat
Can be installed with a thermostatic remote control
Safety barrier screen is included**
Available with ceramic log, river rock and fireglass interior media options
IDV INSERT SERIES FIREPLACE SPECIFICATIONS:
IDV33 GAS INSERT
Required opening: 26-1/4" w x 21-3/8" h x 14-3/8" d
Fire viewing: 25-5/8" w x 14-1/4" h
Max. square footage heated: 620 ft. sq. (31,000 BTUs/h.)*
IDV36 GAS INSERT
Required opening: 30-3/4" w x 25-5/8" h x 14-3/8" d
Fire viewing: 29-3/4" w x 18-1/2" h
Max. square footage heated: 685 ft. sq. (34,250 BTUs/h.)
* This is an approximate measure that may be affected by several variables.
** As per CSA regulations implemented in 2015, all fireplaces with a sealed glass front are installed with a safety screen if it has been determined that the glass surface temperature exceeds 172° F while the unit is fired