Bioethanol Fireplace Grate

A bioethanol fireplace grate is a type of bioethanol burner, that includes a frame, and has a wide range of applications because it does not need to be installed and is very easy to move. The bioethanol burner was designed to give new life to a classic fireplace with a closed chimney. In this way, the old wood fireplace can be easily transformed into a modern and eco friendly ethanol fireplace. All this without any need for installation.

You will soon find that a bioethanol fire is much easier to handle and also cleaner than your old wood fireplace. An ethanol fireplace does not emit smoke, soot, or other unpleasant substances. Furthermore, bioethanol is very flammable and the fire is lit in just a few seconds. Although this type of fireplace insert cannot be used as a primary heat source, it is a great supplement to an already established heat source. You must, therefore, be aware that this type of fireplace insert does not have the same heat effect as a traditional fireplace.

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Bioethanol Fireplace Grate

Products – Bioethanol Fireplace Grate

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Wood-burning stove ethanol insert

Bioethanol insert for Open Fireplace

Price: £309
Items number: BIO-20-310

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Opulent, freestanding bio ethanol fire with a ridged frame. Up to 3 hours of flames.

Freestanding Bioethanol Fire - Black steel

Price: £369
Items number: BIO-20-260

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Petite bio ethanol burner with glass panels, offers up to 6 hours of beautiful flames.

Bio Fireplace with Ridges

Price: £369
Items number: BIO-20-266

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Bio fireplace burner to place inside a traditional fireplace

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 30 cm

Price: £209
Items number: BIO-20-290

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Convert a fireplace into a bio fire

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 45 cm

Price: £369
Items number: BIO-20-291

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Bio fire insert in an existing fireplace

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 60 cm

Price: £429
Items number: BIO-20-292

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Convert fireplace into an environmentally friendly fireplace

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 80 cm

Price: £549
Items number: BIO-20-293

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Burner to place inside a wood stove

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 100 cm

Price: £679
Items number: BIO-20-294

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Round ethanol burner

Bioethanol Burner Base for Open Fireplace - 35 cm

Price: £279
Items number: BIO-20-295

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Biopejs grate bioethanol brandkar sort

Ethanolpejs 63,5cm rist design

Biopejs Grate - 63,5 cm

Price: £489
Items number: BIO-20-287

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Freestanding bioethanol burner

Curved Burner in Steel

Price: £149
Items number: BIO-20-302

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Grate with 2,5L bioethanol burner and ceramic wood

Grate With 2,5 Litre Burner and Ceramic Wood

Price: £369
Items number: BIO-20-303

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Basket Fire Logs

Basket Fire Logs

Price: £1.599
Items number: BIO-60-061

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How warm does a bioethanol fireplace grate get?

To begin with - it does not make sense to buy a bioethanol burner grate for the heat. If you are used to the heat of a traditional woodburning stove, a bioethanol fire will not heat as much. This is due to the fact that they are simply not manufactured for this purpose. 

However, they can add a cosy feeling and you avoid the hassle of cleaning the inside of the fireplace. And on top of that, it is an easy and convenient way to add flames to your traditional stove, and bring the cosy feeling and atmosphere back into your home. 

Though, if the chimney is not closed off, some of the heating will go straight out of the house. Also some of the heating will come through the damper, which is called radiant heat. This indicates how much the heating effect is near the fireplace. In some instances it can be a good idea to open, or even dismantle, the gate to get a higher and more efficient heating effect in the room. 

Is is possible to switch on a bioethanol burner with the gate closed?

A bioethanol fireplace needs sufficient oxygen to burn, and it can be difficult to get the fireplace started or keep the ethanol fire going, if the gate is closed. This is despite the damper in the existing fireplace being open and the opening to the chimney as well. However, the vast majority of stoves produce enough oxygen for the ethanol fireplace to burn behind a closed damper, but precautions must be taken.

In some cases, it may be necessary to start with the gate open to get the flame going. However, some very closed stoves require the gate to be open during use. Many also choose to remove the door to the fireplace completely to get a better view of the beautiful flame. Another alternative may be to replace the entire existing stove with a complete custom-made bioethanol fire insert.

It can be confusing - so please contact us!

Contact us if you are in doubt. It can de difficult to decide what to do with such projects. Should it be a bioethanol fireplace or would an electric fireplace be better for the project? How do you know how big it should be and what does it require? There can be a lot of questions, and we would love to help you. So please contact us if you have any questions. We know what we are talking about, and consider ourselves experts of fireplaces and fireplace accessories, whether it being gas fireplaces, bioethanol fireplaces, electric fireplaces, or water vapour fireplaces.


Turn your woodstove into a bioethanol fireplace

If you have an old fireplace or wood stove and want a more environmentally friendly solution or simply want a bioethanol fireplace, this is possible with one of our freestanding bio ethanol fireplace inserts, which can simply be placed inside the existing fireplace. However, bioethanol burners need oxygen, so it is recommended that the fireplace door is removed or left open when the fireplace is lit. If the door to the fireplace is closed, the ethanol fireplace will not burn.

How to turn a traditional woodstove into a bioethanol fireplace

The first step is to get out the tape measure and measure the inside dimensions of your current fireplace. That way, you can see if one of our ethanol fireplace inserts fits within it. The vast majority of bioethanol burners come in a rectangular design, but they are also available in round shapes. The rectangular burners are often used in built-in bioethanol fireplaces, freestanding bio ethanol fireplaces, as well as in old open fireplaces.
 
The round model, on the other hand, is often used in a traditional wood burning stove, as the interior dimensions of those are more round or oval.

Once you have measured how large of a bioethanol burner can fit in the stove, it is possible to compare the measurements with our models on the page. The round ones are available from about 10 to 30 cm in diameter, while the rectangular ones come in 28 cm and 32 cm in the Deluxe range, and in 45 cm, 60 cm, 80 cm, 90 cm, 100 cm, and 120 cm in the Superior range.
 
Many wood stove owners want to retain the authentic look of their beloved fireplace, and therefore an ethanol fireplace insert in the wood stove is not always sufficient. It may be necessary to add different decorations to achieve an effect closest to the traditional wood burning stove. Therefore, you may consider purchasing decorative logs or our Glow flame, which creates a glowing effect in the stove.
 
Before buying decorations for your new bioethanol fire, you should consider the size of your existing fireplace. You will need to make sure there is room for both the bioethanol burner and the decorations, without them touching the flames. This can cause a rather bad smell if the ceramic decorations lie on top of the flames.
 
By now, you may have already forgotten the procedure for inserting a bioethanol insert in your fireplace. So here we summarise the procedure:
  • Measure the interior dimensions
  • Compare measurements with the range on the site
  • Consider whether decorative firewood is required
It is not a requirement to buy the products below, but adding all the products will immediately give the most authentic result. An optimal solution will therefore include:

Bioethanol fireplaces inserted into an existing stove with a chimney may have a slightly higher consumption of bioethanol fuel than normal due to draughts if the chimney of the existing fireplace is not sealed.