Jetmaster has an extensive range of certified wood heaters which set the benchmark in emission standards. We offer the world’s leading brands including Kemlan, Heatilator and Quadrafire.
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For slow combustion wood heaters to be certified they must meet a few criteria. For starters the wood heaters manufactured must adhere to the Australian Standard for wood heater emissions (AS/NZS 4013). This guarantees that the fires are clean burning and environmentally responsible. If you are uncertain, wood heaters tested after August 2014 will comply with the lower emission levels of 2.5 grams of particulate emissions per kilo of wood burnt, and have an efficiency requirement of 55%.
Jetmaster is absolutely committed to selling wood heaters that comply with AS/NZS 4013, and in fact it is illegal in Australia to sell wood heaters that do not comply.
Jetmaster is renowned for selling the most efficient fireplaces that warm your home without warming our planet. That is why we encourage people to strongly consider replacing their old, inefficient wood heaters with a modern slow combustion wood heater that is certified. The state-of-the-art range of Kemlan, Quadrafire and Heatilator fires comply with current standards, with minimal impact on the environment.
The benefits of wood burning is clear. Wood is a renewable, sustainable resource and burning wood in an efficient Jetmaster open fire or slow combustion wood heater produces efficient home heating energy. Wood is a renewable resource, unlike many energy sources like coal, gas and oil. These limited fuel sources are contributing to global warming and other environmental issues by emitting carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.
Furthermore the process of growing and cutting down trees for wood emits the same amount of carbon dioxide that would have been released from the tree if it had died naturally. This means that wood is considered a carbon neutral fuel and by installing a wood fireplace you are in fact reducing your home’s environmental impact.
For more information about wood heaters that are certified as complying with Australian Standards, visit www.firewood.asn.au