Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket for open fireplaces or outside – The Stove House
Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket - The Stove House
Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket - The Stove House
Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket - The Stove House

Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket


Arkle - Bioethanol Fire Basket

Free delivery to UK mainland.

Do you have an unused fireplace that you would love to have a real fire in but don't want to go through the expense or hassle of opening up the chimney? The Arkle bioethanol fireplace insert is perfect for you. You can even take it outdoors on the milder evenings!

As this bioethanol fire emits no smoke, there's no need to endure the hassle of opening up your chimney. Just drop it into place, pour in the bioethanol fuel and you'll be enjoying a real warming flame from your fireplace in no time!

This is also suitable for DIY fireplace conversion, however, it is producing real flame, so regular fire regulation for building fireplaces apply (like fireproof surrounding and no flammable objects nearby).


  • Max Capacity:  1 litre
  • Non-spill (Exclusive)
  • Burn Time: 1 litre = Approx 3.5 hrs
  • Adjustable Opening 
  • Heat Output 2 KW (same as electric heater on medium)
  • Weight (KGS): 7.7000
  • Dimensions (mm): 455w x320d x 286h
  • If you intend to use our fireplaces outdoors, please keep them covered with a waterproof cover when not in use and do not store outdoors all year round
  • For a log set similar to the one shown (not included in price) or fuel please visit the accessories and fuel link.

    Fuel Suitable: Bio Ethanol Fuel (maximum ethanol content: 96%). NOTE: Gel fuel is NOT suitable. The Mini Burner has been tested by TÜV Rheinland Product Safety and Quality Certification and approved as safe and meeting the requirements and quality standards in 2014.


    Use your bioethanol fire as instructed and with common sense. Never forget that you are dealing with a real flame, so you have to take all the safety measures into account.

    Bio fires can be dangerous when:

    • you pour fuel into a burning fire
    • you spill your fuel and you ignite the fireplace without drying ALL the spillage
    • you place your fireplace in a hallway or in extreme draught area and have flammable objects nearby (i.e. curtains)
    • you hang or insert a fireplace into an unprotected wall or MDF structure.

    Therefore never do any of the above.

    Whichever fireplace you have, you always need to take into consideration the size of your room and the size of the flame / heat emitted. Be prepared to open a window for 5 minutes after the fire has been on for an hour in case it gets too hot. People often refer to ethanol fireplaces as decorative (which they mainly are!), and they are surprised by the amount of heat produced. An average bio fire will produce approx. 3 kW of heat - an equivalent (or more) of an electric heater, and it will increase the temperature in your room (depending on the size of the room) on average by 2-3 degrees Celcius.

    Detailed Safety Guide Here

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