Napoleon’s patent pending, industry leading Dynamic Heat Control™ System allows for installation of combustible materials up to the fireplace opening. This heat management system eliminates the need for loud power vents, fan systems or blowers to provide better heat distribution. Take advantage of simple installation framing and easily install your televisions, sound bars or artwork above the fireplace to truly customize your home decor thanks to the drastically reduced temperatures above the fireplace.
DYNAMIC HEAT CONTROL™ PLUS
The Ultimate in Flexibility for Complete Comfort!
The Dynamic Heat Control™ Plus system can be installed three different ways.
1. With the blower mounted on an exterior wall, either within the enclosure or,
2. Remotely (up to 60’ from the appliance), both will require a blower kit and an exterior mounting kit.
3. The blower can be mounted inline by ordering both a blower kit and a hot air grill kit.
Front opening illustrated with Napoleon’s Dynamic Linear Grille, painted to match wall color.
The Dynamic Heat Control™ Plus System can be conveniently controlled from either the eFIRE app or the fireplace remote control. Perfectly convenient comfort. Alternatively, the DHC™ Plus fan can be hardwired to a manual switch or integrated with a home automation system.
Uses an air outlet opening that will be built into the front of the constructed enclosure, at the top, centered above the appliance.
REAR OPEN ROOM
This style of enclosure includes an air outlet opening that will be built into the rear of the constructed enclosure, at the top, centered above the appliance. It provides an opportunity to
transfer heat into a different area of the room or to avoid the need for the air outlet on the front face of the enclosure.
(This option is only suitable in open plan style rooms where both sides of the enclosure are in the same living area. For seperate rooms use DHC™
The Dynamic Heat Control™ Plus System
uses a high performance fan to move unwanted heat outside. Similar to a bathroom fan or stove range hood, the use of a fan to move air results in sound.