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With the stylish and elegant appearance, the Westbo Classic cast iron stoves have their roots in the 19th century. The first casting of its predecessors was manufactured on Bornholm around 1890. The stove became known and popular due to its efficiency and form, so that it could be found all over Sweden. The traditional Swedish stoves offers highest enjoyment and comfort, thanks to their efficient thermal output and environmentally friendly combustion.
Posted May 20, 2013 12:23 AM
The Gerco Vio GV 10 stove heats water for use throughout the house as well as heating the room. Close to 70% of the generated heat is stored in a buffer tank and used for a water-based heating system. Controls are conveniently positioned in the area of this 10 kW stove that does not get hot.
Posted May 19, 2013 6:19 PM
Both Wodtke New Look stoves, the FS12 and F9 has over 80% efficiency rate, and are made from a special, high-density fire clay. The stove heat storing modules absorb heat quickly and store it for hours, releasing it gradually. Wodtke New Look stoves also feature 3 windows, affording you with the view of the fires from virtually any spot in your room.
Posted May 19, 2013 2:40 PM
This is a wood burning stove you don't see every day. Designed by Peter Kalsberge for Wieser Wohnkeramik, this is the original Lodenofen wood burning fireplace wrapped in a sheep wool fabric. Loden fabric has been crafted in the Austrian Alps for over a hundred years.
Posted March 26, 2013 1:56 PM
With its decorative front panel, Fonte Flamme Neio looks like a typical decorative modern fireplace and not much of a stove, designed to pleasure your eyes with burning flames while providing little or no heat. But don't be misled by the appearance - the contemporary styled Neio has clean minimalist curves and yields 17 kW, burning 50cm long logs.
Posted February 8, 2013 2:56 PM