What is a Baxi grate?

What is a Baxi grate?

2 Piece Fire Grate: The Baxi Burnall fire grate has been manufactured from quality cast iron. This Burnall fire grate is ideal for burning coal, logs and other solid fuels. The grate features slightly raised sides to hold the fuel better during use.

How do you measure a UK fire grate?

Measure it from Side To Side. You don’t measure along the front curve. That is the incorrect way. Measure it from side To side and you will notice, for example, that a 16 inch fire basket will always be less the 16 inches to cater for your regular sized fireplace.

What size is a standard fire grate?

Most modern fire grates are made to fit a standard tapered fire back which are available in 14”, 16” and 18” styles. Always note that when referring to tapered fire backs and fire grates that the actual measurements are never the same as the size in the title.

How do you measure a Baxi grate?

Measurements of the Baxi Fantom Grate are: 185 (Front to back) x 350mm (Front) x 260mm (back).

Do Baxi make gas fires?

Baxi pride themselves on always being one step ahead, making sure that they can produce products that meet all their customer’s needs. Get your fantastic balanced flue gas fires here at Fireplaces 4 Life.

Which is better cast iron or steel fireplace grate?

Their single-piece construction makes cast-iron grates more durable, and cast iron has excellent heat retention properties. They also are considerably heavier and more expensive than steel grates. Steel grates are cheaper but won’t last as long.

How high should my fireplace grate Be?

If you plan on using a gas starter, it should be placed approximately 6″ from the fireplace back wall. The overall elevation of it should not exceed 2″.

What does a fire fret do?

Fireplace frets are used to decorate the front of the fireplace while also providing a functional use of keeping coals off the hearth area.

How do you measure a fire back?

You can select a fireback up to the width of your fireplace’s back wall. (Sometimes that is the same width as your fireplace opening and other times the firebox tapers, so the back wall is narrower.) If for example, the back wall of your fireplace is 22 inches wide, you can safely use a fireback up to 22 inches wide.

Is a fireplace grate necessary?

The company says that no grate is the greatest way to go, adding that a grate induces inefficiency, which results in higher wood consumption. Reason: more air gets to the burning wood. The fireplace expert goes on: ”Begin with about one inch of ashes on the fireplace floor. Build up the fire directly on the ash bed.

Do you need a grate in a fireplace insert?

A fireplace grate will protect your chimney floor by keeping that intense heat off of it. Keeps Fuel In Place: Those who have experience lighting fires know what happens when the bottom logs burn up – the entire stack shifts.

What size are Baxi fire grates?

Discounted Baxi Open Fire Replacement Grates, Bottom Grates, Grate Frames, Deepening Bars spares for Baxi Burnall 16″, 18″, 20″, 22″, 24″ & Baxi Standard 16″& 18″ open coal & wood fires. The Baxi Grate Supports the Fuel (from falling into the Ashpan) when it is burning.

The Baxi Grate Supports the Fuel (from falling into the Ashpan) when it is burning. Some Baxi fires have a single ONE piece grate and others can have TWO pieces.

What Baxi open fire spare parts do you stock?

We stock common 18″ Baxi Open Fire Spares including, Firebricks, Grate, Ashbox, Deepening Bar, Damper Valve, Fronts & more. Can’t find the 18″ Baxi part you’re looking for?

How much does a Baxi fire brick cost?

£ 65.70 + VAT SKU: HEBAX003932 A Pair of Side Firebricks for Baxi Open Fires. 1 Left & 1 Right. Suitable for 16″,18″,20″,22″ & 24″ Baxi Burnall Open Fires.