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Twin-Star International’s New 3D Flame Effect Creates Even More Realistic Looking Flames

Twin-Star International, designer and manufacturer of electric fireplaces and home furnishings, has announced it is now offering its patent pending three-dimensional (“3D”) flame effect, which is available for its stove, firebox and wall hanging units. 

For years, Twin-Star International’s ClassicFlame electric fireplaces have been an industry leader. Most recently, Twin-Star introduced Spectrafire™ and Spectrafire Plus™, a customizable flame effect offering a gentle flickering flame to a roaring fire in multiple colors, speeds and brightness with the touch of a button. With the introduction of the new 3D flame effect, Twin-Star brings to market the next generation of realistic electric fireplace flames.

“Our 3D flame effect represents the next generation of realistic electric fireplace flames, offering the most lifelike LED flame technology available at or near the same cost as conventional electric fireplace inserts,” said Marc Sculler, Twin-Star Co-President.

To create the new ultra-realistic 3D flame effect, the flames are positioned in front and behind the log set to generate the look and feel of a real wood-burning fireplace. The new 3D firebox uses multi-layered flame LED technology to produce the most realistic and groundbreaking flame experience, creating a three-dimensional fire with added depth. The patent pending 3D firebox plugs into a standard outlet and has advanced safety features. It can be used to provide supplemental zone heating for 1,000 square feet or used without heat to add ambiance to a room.

Twin Star will feature the new patent pending 3D flame technology at the upcoming Las Vegas Market in showroom A-1016.







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