e-NRG offers proprietary operating tools and procedures that include two recommended ways to safely refill your ventless liquid ethanol fireplace.
Use the Bottle Adaptor and Safety Nozzle to quickly and easily refill directly from our gallon or quart sized bottles into an EcoSmart Fire burner.
When using e-NRG bioethanol in a ventless liquid ethanol fireplace that does NOT have an EcoSmart Fire burner, the fuel should be decanted into an approved Jerry Can fitted with a flame arrester before fueling. This method may also be used if you’d like to refill more than one gallon or quart at a time.
Exclusive for Ventless FireplacesUSE ONLY for ventless fireplaces. NEVER use with any other product or appliance.
Before Using e-NRGPlease read the e-NRG label on the box and bottle, as well as the included Safety Data Sheet.
Official AccessoriesOnly use e-NRG with operating accessories supplied with your ventless fireplace.
Open FlameNEVER allow e-NRG to be poured onto an open flame. Misuse can be dangerous and serious harm can arise.
Manufacturer InstructionsAlways use e-NRG in accordance with the instructions provided by the manufacturer of your fireplace.
ChildrenKeep this product away from children at all times.
US TTB Guidelines Alcohol & Tobacco Tax & Trade Bureau
e-NRG complies with the federal laws governing the correct denaturing* of all ethanol (alcohol) products. *Denaturing is a process whereby alcohol products are rendered unpalatable in order to prevent the danger of accidental consumption.
US DOT Guidelines Department of Transportation
Safety is our priority and as such, all e-NRG deliveries are in strict compliance with the Federal safety requirements of the Department of Transportation regulations for the transport of all hazardous materials (HAZMAT).
Includes Flame Arrester
For your safety, e-NRG bioethanol bottles are fitted with a flame arrester.
The flame arrester is inserted into the mouth of the bottle and serves to stop the flammable liquid from igniting if it comes into contact with vapours, a spark, or a live flame.
Fuel containers without flame arresters, if used improperly, can result in the fuel igniting within the container, which may cause property damage or personal injury.