The Global 55 CF (conventional flue) gas fire from DRU is the perfect contemporary makeover for a traditional chimney.
The Global 55 CF is a modern gas fire with a classic log display. It has a width of 55cm and a narrow depth of only 32cm, which makes it ideal for installation into a class 1 UK chimney with minimal building conversion work required.
There is a choice of mirrored Ceraglass, black or classic stone interiors and it has a minimal frame with no visible gaps on either side of the viewing window. It can be installed with a choice of standard or panoramic frames for added visual appeal.
DRU was founded in 1754 and as such is one of the oldest industrial companies in the Netherlands. The company gained its reputation through its production of cast iron pots and pans. A little further down the line the company switched over to producing fireplaces and since the discovery of natural gas in the Netherlands in 1959,
DRU has specialised in the development and production of fires and fireplaces. The current range of DRU fires and stoves is culmination of immense experience and development at the highest levels. DRU gas fires are developed with low energy consumption, high output and the environment in mind.
- Height 53.9cm x Width 63.8cm x Depth 32cm
- Black finish
- 3.9kW heat output
- Log fuel bed
- Efficiency 78%
- Mirrored Ceraglass interior
- Remote control with electric ignition
- Sizes are approximate
It is a legal requirement that your gas fire is fitted by a Gas Safe Engineer, who is qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances in the UK. For Gas Safe registered businesses in your area visit: GasSafeRegister.co.uk
The sale of gas fires is regulated by the Gas Appliances (Safety) Regulations 1995; by law all suppliers must ensure they supply only gas appliances and fittings that are safe when used normally. As a responsible retailer we will deliver your new fire to you in a sealed box. If this box is opened we cannot accept the fire back if you return it to us, unless your Gas Safe Engineer states in writing that it is faulty.