Choosing a Stove
Ventilated Wood / Pellet stoves are the ideal solution for transforming your room into a warm and welcoming place.
Ducted Pellet stoves are studied and designed to bring the hot air produced also in other rooms and allow you to easily manage temperatures, ignitions and time ranges. By connecting it to your heating system, the thermo stoves become the beating heart of your home by heating the radiators ecologically and efficiently.
Wood / Pellet Inserts - Warmth, atmosphere, elegance: the light of the fire burning inside a fireplace always creates true magic. But every home, every room, has its own needs and there is always a solution for efficient and ecological home heating.
Wood / Pellet Boilers - The strength of wood-burning boilers is the energy efficiency that is expressed to the maximum of its capabilities thanks to the reverse flame gasification system with low emissions and high efficiency as well as high insulation, minimising heat loss as much as possible. Built to last, boilers are made only of high-quality thick steel carefully manufactured in every detail.
Ranges (Burning Cooker) - wood-burning cookers combine technology and attention to the materials with the values of tradition and the flavours of the past, to offer the possibility of cooking freely, and at the same time, heating your home.
When you decide to buy a wood burning range, a fireplace, a boiler or a wood or pellet burning stove, a series of factors influence your choice.
1. Flue Pipe - Should be considered as the main element for smoke disposal. It must be built with material able to resist to high temperature, better with a circular shape, and 4 meters as minimal height without bends.
2. Connection Pipe flue - Appliance flue connection pipe must be shortest, with few horizontal parts as possible and with the same diameter of the collar pipe appliance connection.
3. Air Intake - It should be checked as correct appliance installation if do exist an external air intake big enough to offer a whole and efficient combustion.
4. Chimney - Put on the top, it must have the same internal section of the chimneypot, while the exit one must be twice compared to the flue pipe diameter to guarantee the residual combustion disposals and protecting against environment.
5. Canalization - It is always important to assess the maximum air-ductable distances of the installed product.
6. Thermo products - By choosing what thermo product to install, specific individual needs have to be considered in addition to a meticulous assess of the global thermal power needed by the heating system and of the installation place.
7. Heatable m3 - The data is indicative. For the generator to be sized correctly, contact a skilled technician/designer. The total volume to heat, the thermal building insulation grade, the sun exposure and the climatic zone have to be determined in order to make the best choice about the fireplace or stove to install. This is the only way to quantify the environmental needed heat.