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Renowned for quality construction and market leading performance, the Pearl 3600 is EPA 2020 certified at 1.49g/hr. Like all RSF fireplaces the Pearl 3600 is built to last a lifetime and is an excellent addition to any home. The Pearl is crafted with the perfect combination of refined, yet rustic styling. Capable of heating 1,500 square feet, the Pearl can be outfitted with an optional Heat Dump blower to ensure your comfort. Excess heat from the fireplace can be drawn to the basement or an adjacent room with the flick of a switch.
This fireplace is certified for use with 6″ ICC Model EXCEL chimney only.
The Pearl 3600 – Rustic, yet refined style.
Gravity Vent Kit
The gravity vent kit uses natural convection to distribute the heat generated by the fireplace to the same floor and/or floors above the fireplace.
Gravity Vent Kit – Rectangular
The internal blower kit will increase the circulation of heated air in the room where the fireplace is installed.
The Heat Dump Kit contains all the parts necessary to circulate a moderate amount of heat from your fireplace to another room with a small fan.
Masonry Chimney Adapter
This adapter will attach to the liner with 3 stainless steel rivets (provided) and to the EXCEL chimney with 3 screws (provided).
Door Gasket Replacement Kit ⅝’’
This kit (FO-GRK8) includes the gasket and high temperature sealant required to change the door gasket on your fireplace.
The Pearl 3600
Note: The installation manual should always be used for the precise planning and accurate installation of your fireplace.
2.1 cu ft
Based on overall firebox dimensions, EPA firebox volume per certification testing is 1.6 cu ft
4″, meets R2000
All RSF models come equipped to accept a 4″ outside air duct, a 5″ can also be used. All models can also be installed to operate using room air.
Based on EPA certification testing using cord wood and calculations from CSA B415.1-10.
Based on engineering calculations using firebox volume, efficiency, loading density (12lb/cu ft for hardwood), average humidity, reloading interval, type of installation, etc.
Up to 1,500 ft2
Depends primarily on wood quality, ambient air temperature and building heat loss.
Low Heating Value (LHV) using CSA B415.1-10 calculations.
High Heating Value (HHV) using CSA B415.1-10 calculations.
Carbon Monoxide (CO), using data from EPA crib wood testing
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