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.
Contura stoves come in many sizes and styles, and whether you choose a modern or classic style, the same time tested technology will deliver. The fan equipped Swedish stoves push the heat quickly from room to room, spreading it uniformly around the house. A heavy, heat retaining cast core and long multichannel flues allow these stoves to store heat and keep rooms warm up to one day after the fire is extinguished. Contura.
Posted in Wood Burning Stoves & Heaters at December 27, 2012 12:14 AM
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