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    Equinox Ethanol Fire Table


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    Ethanol Fire Table

    The Equinox Ethanol Fire Table is a spacious and well styled design, perfectly suited for your entertaining area. The fire table have a unique sunken burner, seamlessly transitioning from fire to table.
    • Sunken with AB8 Burner
    • Combined fire pit and coffee table
    • Quick & Easy, simplify unpack and put in position.
    • Optional Tempered Glass Fire Screen
    • Fabricated with Fluid™ Concrete Technology.
    • Light weight, weather-resistant updated design.
    • Decorated with Black Glass Charcoal.

    • Fueled by e-NRG Bioethanol, it is designed to produce a thick vibrant orange flame for up to 11 hours.
    • Environmentally friendly, e-NRG Bioethanol is a readably available renewable energy.
    • Clean Burning. No smoke, soot or ash - allows safe stress free and indoor use.
    • 90% generated heat efficiency - provides maximum value.
    • No gas, electricity or flue - for very easy set up or installation.

    Optional Accessories: Protective Cover, Fire Screen

    Included Accessories: Fire Lighter, Lighting Rod, 5L Jerry Can, Black Glass Charcoal, e-NRG Bottle Adaptor, Efficiency Rin

    Burner: AB8
    Capacity: 8 liters
    Heats on Average: 60m2
    Minimum Room: 116m3
    Burn Time: 7 - 11 hours
    Thermal Output: 21.56 MJ/h - 6 kW/h
    Operating Cost: $1.50 - $3.50 / Hour

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    Materials: Stainless Steel Grade 304 & Concrete Composite
    Colour: Natural, Bone or Graphite
    Weight: 70.90kg
    Dimensions: L1650xW1000xH339mm

    Model Specifications
    Operation & Maintenance Manual
    Installation & Clearances Manual

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