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The Contura traditional Swedish stoves go back to the dawn of 18th century when shortage of wood suitable for burning triggered an energy crisis, forcing Swedes to come up with the imposing slow burning stoves, capable of heating large living spaces with high efficient wood burning and relatively low heat output. Today, Contura tiled stoves combine traditional design with modern technology, keeping warm living spaces up to 90m², while yielding no more than 4.0 kW at 87% efficiency.
Posted December 27, 2012 12:14 AM
Centus Red injector stove
These lightweight soapstone injector stoves offer much improved heat storage capacity. The Finnish made NunnaUuni injector stove delivers modern design and the thermal energy characteristics of a massive soapstone fireplace. The injector unit concealed beneath the stove stylish shell, works by maximizing the unique heat storing and releasing properties of NunnaUuni Mammutti soapstone, the same that used in the company soapstone wood stoves. The injector stove transfers the heat from the smoke gases to the Mammutti soapstone at an extremely efficient rate.
Posted December 16, 2012 9:50 PM
Lucca and Catania are ultra modern designer pellet stoves, executed in space saving flat screen format, and compact enough to be installed against a wall, making them ideal for small hallways and foyers. Both versatile pellet burning stoves are also perfect for corners, thus offering maximum flexibility when setting up. having 6 optional flue pipe outlets on the sides, top and back.
Posted December 10, 2012 4:20 PM
Made of stainless steel with high temperature resistant black coating, brushed stainless steel handle and trims, and untreated perforated copper cap, the Antrax Hublot is a closed hearth wood burning fireplace, offering retro looks that can bring nostalgic thoughts from homeowners who still remember old radios, TV sets or even washing machines.
Posted December 4, 2012 11:12 AM
The highly efficient Vidra is the latest wood pellet stove from Wanders, expected to fit into rather tight spaces. And the slim pellet stove does just that - measuring only 27cm in depth, it just over a meter high, 84cm wide, and comes in red or white shiny finish.
Posted November 30, 2012 11:31 AM