Posted: August 23, 2023Categories: Wood Burning Stoves
Posted: July 12, 2023Categories: Flexible Flue Liner
The moment we've all been waiting for - TWINFLEX PRO is finally here!
Twinflex Pro is especially designed to work with the lower flue gas temperatures produced by ecodesign stoves. Made to give, uncompromisingly, the best possible performance for both installation and use.
Omega Lock Construction
Twinflex Pro is inner and outer wall jointed and folded in 4 planes to give an omega lock seal, which is up to 8 times stronger than standard. There is around 20% more steel in one metre of liner than any other flue liner on the market.
Twinflex Pro is built with high performance 316 or 904 stainless steel. The smooth inner bore allows optimum passage of flue gases and draining of condensates.
Posted: May 23, 2023Categories: Wood Burning Stoves
The Birchley 5KW Woodburning/Multifuel* Free Standing Stove
A modern, stylish, highly efficient wood burning stove, suitable for use with multifuel when purchased with the optional multifuel kit. The large portrait viewing window gives an amazing flame and warming glow.
• Multifuel Kit (optional)
• Defra approved
• Stunning large glass flame picture
• Built in air wash
• Top & Rear Outlet
• Flue Draught Test Point
• Direct Air Intake
• Versatile contemporary style
• Vermiculite lined
Posted: April 14, 2023Categories: Twin Wall
TITAN DW is a multi fuel, twin wall insulated flue system, available in Matt Black or Stainless Steel, Titan is suitable for all applications in negative and positive pressure, including condensing (joint seals).
Designed for use with all gas, oil, pellet, wood, coal domestic, commercial or industrial appliances, it has a maximum constant working temperature 600° C and short firing up to 700° C with thermal shock testing up to 1000° C.
Benefits of a Twin Wall Insulated Flue System
Posted: February 08, 2023
A stove which is improperly used and maintained can lead to increased pollution and increased risk of fire, as well as costing more due to inefficiency.
Follow these tips to make your wood-burning stove safer, less polluting and more efficient
Only burn seasoned wood with a moisture content of 20% or below, or use lower-polluting wood pellets, looking for the Ready To Burn logo on any purchases. If you buy wood in larger quantities to season at home, follow the manufacturers’ instructions to do this.
Freshly-cut wood and that with a higher moisture content can cause greater heavy particle pollution and lead to the formation of tar, an extremely flammable substance which can start chimney fires. Treated wood can release carcinogenic fumes.
While it can be tempting to pick up wood from the garden o
Posted: February 02, 2023
It’s not only the energy crisis that is creating unprecedented demand for log-burners: clean-burn technology, app-based controls and new designs fuelled by alternatives to wood are also transforming possibilities.
According to the Stove Industry Alliance, seasoned logs are now the least expensive domestic heating fuel, costing 74% less per kWh than electric and 21% less than gas. The Nottingham Energy Partnership has also found that using a modern Ecodesign wood-burning stove costs 29% less to run than an air-source heat pump.
Leaps and bounds in stove technology are also fuelling demand, but how clean are they, given the concerns about particulate levels? The current generation of wood-burning stoves are so much more efficient, consuming less fuel to generate more heat, and they are much cleaner.
The key move in this area has been the introduction of E
Regardless of how diligent you are in keeping your home clean, it is easy to overlook maintenance in certain areas of your home, including the roof!
So, if you haven’t already prepared for the winter, now is the time to add the often-neglected chimney stack to your cleaning list!
A ventilation structure designed to carry off smoke should always be swept regularly.