Fireplace Heat Shield Insert

Heat Shield for Fireplace

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1800°F

982°C

CONTINUOUS

2200°F

1204°C

Intermittent

FEATURES:

  • Redirects heat into room

  • Helps lower heating bills

  • Will not burn, will not melt

  • Great for outdoor fireplaces too

  • Standard and custom sizes available

  • Made in the USA

Part No Description
FF1617 16 " BW x 17" H x 12" AL
FF1817 18" BW x 17" H x 12" AL
FF2620 26 " BW x 20" H x 12" AL
FF3120 31" BW x 20" H x 12" AL

Fireplace heat shields redirect more heat back into your living space. Add a FireFlect Shield to your fireplace and improve its efficiency up to 30-percent all while using less wood or fuel.

In most fireplaces, heat is absorbed into the back wall. Not only is this inefficient, it can also cause damage to bricks and lead to cracked mortar. Using a FireFlect™ Shield insert can stop this process. By installing the fireplace heat shield it will radiate more heat out of the fireplace. Protecting the fireplace wall and diverting thermal energy back into the room or outward to your outdoor patio. It can heat the room quicker and allow you to use less fuel for the fire. You will no longer need to stand directly next to wood burning fireplace to get warm. This fireplace heat shield is a cost-effective alternate to a fireplace blower insert or it may be used in conjunction with one. FireFlect Shield works with traditional wood, gas, and electric fireplaces.

Our FireFlect™ Shield is easy to install and remove for cleaning. Made from 316 stainless steel and our exclusive Inferno Core™ insulation, it is safe to use. Fireflect™ Shield will work in traditional wood burning fireplaces as well gas fireplaces. All will see improved performance and a reduction in heating costs. As soon as you put it in, you will feel the improvement. Stop losing heat, it’s time to make your fireplace more efficient and save money on heating costs.

Patent Pending on this fireplace heat deflector

Fireplace Heat Shield Measuring Guide

Measure the back-wall width of your fireplace (BW), measure the height of your fireplace (H). It’s always a good idea to be at least 3 to 4 inches below the damper. Measure the side wall of your fireplace (AL). The AH measurement on the Fireflect shield is always 9 inches tall. Use the two images below as a reference.

Fireplace heat shield measuring guide
Fireplace heat shield size guide


Part NumberBack-wall (BW) in InchesHeight (H) in InchesArm Length (AL) in InchesArm Height (AH) in Inches
FF1617 16.00 17.00 12.00 9.00
FF1817 18.50 17.00 12.00 9.00
FF2620 26.00 20.00 12.00 9.00
FF3120 31.00 20.00 12.00 9.00

Which side of the fireplace heat shield faces my room?

The side of your Fireflect Shield™ that should be facing towards your living space is the side without seams or folded over edges.


Why is the Fireflect Shield different than other metal fireplace heat shields?

Unlike single layers of metal, the FireFlect Shield™ has our proprietary Inferno Core™ insulation. This significantly reduces the amount of heat transferred to your fireplace back wall, unlike a single layer of metal. Even a thicker gauge metal eventually becomes heat soaked and still conducts heat.


Why do I have to fold the arms backwards on the shield?

Folding the arms around to the front side of the FireFlect Shield™ creates tension on the arms. This tension helps to “push” or put pressure on the shield so it stays in the backwall of the fireplace.


Do I need to do any maintenance on the heat shield?

We recommend brushing off the FireFlect Shield™ every time you clean out the ash form your fireplace. We also suggest taking it out every 3-4 months and giving it a thorough cleaning with a brush and solution of soapy water or stainless steel cleaner.

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