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Contemporary gas fires

DRU introduces its range of more than 50 gas fires for installation with or without a standard chimney

In association with
DRU Maestro 75XTU room divider gas fire.
DRU Maestro 75XTU room divider gas fire.

Dutch gas fire manufacturer DRU has a wide variety of fires suitable for every possible contemporary application.

Models range from hole-in-the-wall, two-sided, three-sided and ‘tunnel’ fires, to suspended fires, freestanding stoves and matching fire surrounds. All models are glass fronted with a room-sealed balanced flue system that draws air from outside the building for combustion. These designer gas fires are operated by remote control and many models are compatible with the exclusive DRU Eco Wave app for tablets and smartphones. The average energy efficiency rating is 80%.

Other features include a 'dynamic burner' system and 'clear view' non-reflective glass. The fires can be installed in most locations, including high-rise apartments, town houses, loft conversions, hotels and restaurants using the patented DRU PowerVent extended flue system.

DRU is a member of the RIBA CPD network and holds regular seminars. 

  • Metro 100XTU
    Metro 100XTU
  • DRU Maestro 105/3 Eco Wave with natural logs
    DRU Maestro 105/3 Eco Wave with natural logs
  • Circo sfeer
    Circo sfeer
  • Diablo Next alu metallic
    Diablo Next alu metallic
  • Metro 100XT Tunnel Carrara stones
    Metro 100XT Tunnel Carrara stones
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For more information and technical support visit: www.drufire.com

 

Contact:

0161 793 8700

 

info@drufire.co.uk


 

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