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What are the materials for real fire fireplaces? What’s the difference?

A real fire fireplace is a heating device made of wood-burning materials. When installing, it is necessary to install the supporting chimney components, so the basic requirement for the building is that the chimney can be installed. At present, real fire fireplaces are mainly installed in independent buildings such as villas, townhouses, homestays, and self-built houses.

Real fire fireplaces are divided into embedded fireplaces and free-standing real fire fireplaces. Real fire fireplaces mainly have three materials, namely steel plate fireplaces, cast iron fireplaces, and steel plate + soapstone fireplaces. Embedded fireplaces are generally divided into two forms: pure steel plate material and furnace steel plate material + furnace door cast iron material. Free-standing stoves are generally made of pure cast iron, a combination of pure steel and steel + soapstone.

The steel plate material has better forming technology, so the shape of the steel plate fireplace is more modern, but the disadvantage of the steel plate material is that after the furnace is turned off, the furnace will cool down quickly, and the effect of continuous heat release can not be achieved!

cast iron material can release heat slowly, so after the furnace is turned off, it can continue to release heat for a long time to maintain the room temperature.

In order to solve the disadvantages of steel plate fireplaces, a type of fireplace with soapstone material added to the outside of the steel plate fireplace appeared. Soapstone absorbs heat when heated, and slowly releases heat after the furnace is turned off!


Post time: 2021-06-13
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