Wood-burning and Multi-fuel Stoves
There is nothing quite like throwing a log onto a real fire and being hypnotized by the dancing flames and glowing embers and listening to the crackling as the wood splits, hisses and splutters and whilst this seems to be all very romantic there is purpose to these appliances too. Stoves can provide fantastic heat outputs and incredible efficiencies and if you opt for wood-burning these are regarded as carbon neutral appliances as the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere when burned is approximately the same as that absorbed by a tree during its growth. It is also a renewable resource particularly when fuel is derived from managed plantations and cultivated woodland. Wood-burning efficiency can even be achieved in more urban environments with the use of a smoke control kit. Multi-fuel stoves give you the option to also burn smokeless fuels like anthracite ovoids along with wood.
Stoves are the ‘hot topic’ of conversation in the press of late and new rules regarding the use of stoves is being brought in by the Government. This is not a ban on the use of stoves, what the Government is trying to achieve is cleaner burning by ensuring the fuels burned are clean. Stove manufacturers are doing their bit by creating high performance appliances to comply with the ‘Eco-Design’ rules that will come into force in 2022. However, the stove is only ever going to be as good as the fuel that is burned within it. The new directive is to ensure wood has a moisture content of less than 20%, such as kiln dried hardwood. Burning wood with a greater moisture content than 20% will offer little in the way of heat output, will be much dirtier when burning creating tar and creosote deposits, contributes to higher air pollution and can potentially damage the appliance - so really, it is just common sense! For a little more information click on the woodsure logo - right.
We are pleased to offer the Clock Blithfield range of multi-fuel stoves all of which are Eco-Design ready & the Compact 5 model won the prestigious ‘Best Stove Award’ at the 2018 Hearth and Home exhibition. These two steel stoves are on display in the showroom.
British designed and manufactured, these solid stoves look great in both traditional and contemporary homes. The Blithfield 5 (pictured right) with a nominal output of 5kW has a fabulous large viewing window & heat range between 3.5kW & 9.5kW. The Blithfield 5 Compact is a slimmed down version again with a nominal heat output of 5kW and a range of 2.5kW to 7.5kW.
The Norvik 5 is an attractive cast-iron stove which punches well above its weight with an 80% efficiency producing an A+ rating on the energy efficiency index. The Norvik 5 has a vermiculite brick interior for high performance and is already Eco-Design ready.
This is the Portway 1 Multi-fuel Stove, pictured on the left on standard leg height and on the right with the optional high legs.
The Portway I Multifuel is a compact and contemporary steel stove, which has an ultra-slim body to allow it to be installed in a wider range of fireplaces, yet it still maintains a large viewing area.
The Portway 1 is fully compliant with the Eco design directive exceptional 2022 EU standards set to improve the environment by producing highly efficient stoves, that offer clean burning, with ultra low emissions.
There is also a larger version of this stove, the Portway 2 available in both contemporary & traditional designs.
The Juno Five is a versatile steel stove, simple in design, allowing it to suit many styles of decor. The stove boasts a very wide window in the door allowing for a maximum viewing of the burning fire.
A multi-fuel grate enables the burning of seasoned dry wood and smokeless fuels.
The Juno also benefits from triple burn technology consisting of Primary Air Burn (control on door), Airwash Secondary Burn (lever above door) and Tertiary Air with inlets inside the rear of the stove (this system mixes pre-heated air with exhaust gases allowing the exhaust gas to re-ignite producing a cleaner and more efficient stove).
This stove will soon be on display in the showroom.
The Stovax Sheraton 5 wood burning and multi-fuel stoves feature a bevelled door-frame with matching cornicing to the cast iron top and bottom. Timeless aesthetics characterize this elegant stove, alongside state-of-the-art, low emission combustion systems.
Designed to suit everything from a country cottage to a modern townhouse, the Sheraton’s innovative firebox design also ensures extraordinary cleanliness of burn, with both wood burning and multi-fuel models suitable for smoke control areas as well as being SIA Ecodesign Ready. The Sheraton 5 is also available in an electric version, utilising the carcass of the wood-burner with LED light effect & 2kW heater. The electric model can be seen in the showroom.
This wood burning and multi-fuel stove is available in a wider format the Sheraton 5 wide.
Left: Clock Brockford - this is the latest stove from British manufacturer Clock Stoves. A stylish contemporary model, the Brockford, with a nominal heat output of 5kW. This cylindrically shaped model is a wood-burner with a fabulously large elevated curved window to view your burning logs. It is available in standard metallic black finish or in one of the fabulous colour finishes. You can see this model on display in the showroom.
Right:- Olsberg Aurus Wood-burning Stove: this stunning steel wood-burning stove is a cylindrical contemporary design featuring curved glass smooth close door with a storage compartment at the bottom and is just one of the beautiful stoves from the Penman Olsberg range. See this in the showroom on live display.
Burning Sensation Grimsby Ltd
Grimsby’s Premier Fireplace Showroom
Armstrong Street, West Marsh Industrial Estate, Grimsby, N E Lincolnshire. DN31 1XD
Tel: 01472 351651 Email: email@example.com