Cold in your house this winter? Running the heater all the time to keep things warm in the rooms you frequent? If you spin a lot of time in a room with a fireplace, chances are you might be able to make use of the new EcoSmart Fire Scope 700, an interesting device which uses what is said to be environmentally-friendly fuel denatured ethanol to heat a space over 500 square feet.
The EcoSmart Fire Scope 700, which we learned about from Greenlaunches, is designed to not get you to cut down on your heater but also on burning wood fires, which can put out harmful emissions into the atmosphere. The 700 consists of the company’s grooved Fireplace Grate, modified to accommodate the XL700 Burner. This modification is said to make it slightly wider to fit snugly in the hearth.
Of note around this product offering is the fact it is constructed out of of rust-treated steel and finished in black Teflon coating. Its dimensions (H150mm x W835mm x D380mm) are said to allow it to fit into less deep fireplace settings. No word on pricing.
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