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Bradley 36 Direct Vent Linear Gas Fireplace

  • Flush clean face design
  • Linear style burner
  • Tempered glass
  • Black glass kit
  • Black access panel
  • 19,000 BTU
  • Modulating flame
  • Fan
  • Electronic ignition
  • 100% safety shut off
  • Deluxe remote control

Bradley 36 Direct Vent Linear Gas Fireplace

SKU BRADLEY-36-NG Categories ,

Description

Bradley 36  Direct Vent Linear Gas Fireplace

“Apartment B-Vent Replacement”
Designed to replace B-vent fireplaces in apartment buildings. Change your apartment B-Vent into a direct vent fireplace with the Bradley by Sierra Flame.

Featuring the latest technology, there is no need to replace existing venting or make alterations to the building’s exterior.

A Flush clean face design with optional surrounds makes the Bradley a perfect addition to any space.

INCLUDED MEDIA

Remote

 

 

FUEL OPTIONS

  • Natural Gas

GLASS VIEWING AREA

  • 16-1/2” x 29” W

SHROUD OPTIONS

  • Basic 3 Piece Black shroud available in three different sizes

 

Manufacturer's Documentation

Gas Fireplaces Documentation


Warning WARNING:

This product can expose you to chemicals including lead, that is found in some copper fittings, which is [are] know to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.P65Warnings.ca.gov


DISCLAIMER: BLUE FLAMES
Blue flame lights will no longer be available on units built after July 01, 2021. The blue light has been replaced with a bright yellow, orange and red light combination to offer you a more realistic flame effect. We reserve the right to modify and upgrade our product at any time without prior notice.


DISCLAIMER

Flames and flame colors on the website may appear differently in real life. To view the most accurate representation of our regular flame sets, please visit your nearest dealer.


We reserve the right to update products, specifications and dimensions are subject to change. Please refer to the product manual to verify measurements and clearance requirements. All local building codes must be followed.