Matrix Wood Fireplace Insert by Osburn

Osburn Matrix Wood Insert shown in living room

Matrix: starting at $3,499 *

Defining new standards for contemporary look and performance, the Osburn Matrix wood insert looks like a fireplace, but functions with all the advantages of an insert. Retaining its unique styling, the updated cast iron Matrix wood insert is now more functional and meets industry standards for particle emissions. Installation into larger openings is made possible with optional sheet metal backing plates. This clean and modern fireplace insert is sure to become the focal point of the room.

  • 2.4 cubic foot firebox
  • Up to 75,000 BTUs
  • Outside air intake
  • Premium 90 cfm blower included
  • Meets EPA 2020 requirements with emissions as low as 1.54 g/hr

Photo 1: Osburn Matrix wood insert (no backing plate)

Photo 2: Osburn Matrix wood insert shown with 29″ x 44″ faceplate backing plate kit

Photo 3: Osburn Matrix wood insert shown with 29″ x 50″ faceplate backing plate kit

Photo 4: Osburn Matrix wood insert shown with 2″/4″ projection kit

Osburn Matrix Wood Insert Components and Options

Options for the Matrix Wood Burning Fireplace Insert

Faceplate backing plate kit 44″ x 29″ or 50″ x 29″

Bottom faceplate backing plate 44″ x 6″ or 50″ x 6″

Projection kit for insert 2″ or 4″

Rigid firescreen

5ӯ fresh air intake kit oval

5″Ø fresh air intake register with airtight damper

Offset liner adaptor

Flex liner kits

Osburn Matrix Wood Insert OB02028 Specifications

Matrix – OB02028

Overall Appliance Width: 36-1/8″
Overall Appliance Height: 25-1/8″
Overall Appliance Depth: 23-1/8″
Minimum Fireplace Opening Width: 28-7/8″
Minimum Fireplace Opening Height: 23-5/16″
Minimum Fireplace Opening Depth: 19-5/8″
Viewing Area: 17-1/2″ x 8-3/4″
Recommended Heating Area*: 500 – 2,100 sq. ft.
Maximum Burn Time*: 8 hours
Maximum Log Length: 20″ Over Width

*Recommended heating area and maximum burn time may vary subject to location in home, chimney draft,heat loss factors, climate, fuel type and other variables. The recommended heated area for a given appliance is defined by the manufacturer as its capacity to maintain a minimum acceptable temperature in the designated area in case of a power failure.

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