Direct Vent Gas Fireplaces
Coaxial vent system of a pipe inside a pipe (generally 4"/7") the inside pipe is for exhaust while the outer pipe brings in outside air for combustion. The design of these stoves allows for a completely sealed system that does not compromise the inside air quality of your home. It also lets you vent a product horizontally (great for when an appliance is installed on an outside wall). Direct vent appliances are usually limited to a length of 40ft (with a maximum horizontal length of 20ft) that will allow an appliance to function properly.
ZRB46 featured above.
Vented Gas Fireplaces
Use air cooled pipe (B-vent), or gas flex liners to vent appliances. This type of appliance uses room air for combustion and exhausts through the B-vent pipe or flexible gas liner. Vented appliances are not as restricted in venting length as compared to direct vent appliances and can utilize existing chimney systems by running gas flex liner into existing chimneys and terminating with a raincap and flashing.
ZV3600/4200 featured above
Vent-Free Gas Fireplaces
With no chimney systems required, this product can go almost anywhere in your home (except in bathroom, bedroom, spa room, mobile home, or recreational vehicle), with adequate provisions for combustion and ventilation (room size and BTU's of appliance are the deciding factors of what BTU size can be used for a particular installation). The appliance is 99.9% efficient - using room air for combustion and exhausting to the room. The vent-free burner systems have an ODS pilot system, which shuts the burner system down if oxygen in the room falls below acceptable limits.
ZVF36U featured above
Designer Clean View
Kingsman’s Direct Vent models are easily adaptable to our patented Designer Clean View Circulating Kits TM or standard louvers.
HBZDV3632 featured above