Operating a Biofire Fireplace
Ecological, bioethanol fireplaces will heat up your space with the use of Bioethanol or Ethyl alcohol
In relation to traditional, log-burning fireplaces, ecological fireplaces have the following advantages:
No chimney stack requiredDoes not require a chimney stack, easy to install on either a floor or wall surface. Can be moved and transported easily, if a change of placement is required.
No emission of smoke fumes or odoursBiofire ecological fireplaces, whilst lit, do no emit smoke fumes or odours, as no wood is used during the burning process. These ecological fireplaces require only Bioethanol to burn, an ecological fuel which is produced by through eco friendly cultivation of crops such as, sorghum, beets, corn, wheat, hay, willow and other wood, sawdust, miscanthus and cardoon.
Does not "dry out" atmosphereCommon sources of heat, such as radiators and electrical heaters, tend to "dry out" the surrounding atmosphere. In contrary, ecological fireplaces produce water vapor and tend to relatively increase the humidity in a room. It is this very characteristic that makes it a strong contender in the use of aromatherapy, facilitating in the equal distribution of fragrance used within the surrounding space.