Stoves - Freestanding; Solid Fuel
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Sirius 490 Scene
Sporting smooth edges and an extra-large picture window, the Scene 490 is simplistic and sleek on the outside. It’s perfectly proportioned for small to medium sized rooms and highly efficient, capable of delivering up to 3 times cleaner burn than current standards require, whilst the slick chrome handle adds a touch of class to this cutting edge design.
Sirius 490 Sigma
Particularly suited with smaller and medium rooms in mind, the Sigma 490 cleverly combines period features with contemporary functionality. The reassuring ‘clunk’ from the modern-day door lock mechanism denotes its robust character, whilst the understated lines allow your eyes to focus on the irresistible flames.
The mini stove of the Stovax Stockton range is specifically designed to fit neatly into a standard 22”(560mm) high x 16”(405mm) wide British fireplace opening with the chairbrick removed. It has full multi-fuel capability which means that it is able to burn both logs and smokeless fuels. The compact dimensions of this wood burning and multi-fuel stove make it equally suitable for houseboats, summerhouses and garden workshops.
Available in both wood burning and multi-fuel versions, the Stovax Stockton 4 is one of our most popular stoves. With its slim, vertical alignment it is ideally suited to smaller rooms and will complement a traditionally styled or contemporary interior. Choose from a range of four colours to further personalise your stove to your interior décor.
The Stovax Stockton 5 stove offers you a squarer landscape style compared to the portrait style of the Stockton 3, and is available as either a wood burning stove or as a multi-fuel model with external riddling. The additional width allows you to load up to 13″ (330mm) in length. Both wood burning and multi-fuel versions are available with a low canopy. The Stockton 5 model is available as a gas stove and an electric stove.
The superb combination of size and heating capacity make the Stovax Stockton 6 wood burning and multi-fuel stove particularly versatile. It is produced as a wood burning stove (easily adapted to multi-fuel use with the optional riddling grate kit) or as a dedicated multi-fuel version with external riddling.
The larger, but perfectly proportioned dimensions of the Stovax Stockton 7 wood burning and multi-fuel stove make it an ideal choice for grander rooms. With significant heating potential of up to 7kW, it is easily capable of providing warmth and ambience to even the loftiest of spaces. Available as a multi-fuel stove or a dedicated woodburner, the Stockton 7 can take logs up to 12¾” (325mm) in length meaning less work is required to prepare the fuel for your stove.
The Stovax Stockton 8 wood burning and multi-fuel stove offers you greater choice and more optional features than any other model. Choose from a single or two door model, the latter of which is available with a handy cast iron tool that locates over the keystone catch and then rotates to open or close the doors.
Ideal for smaller rooms, the Stovax Brunel 1A is the smallest wood burning and multi-fuel stove in the Stovax cast iron range and is designed to fit into a standard 22” high British fireplace. Nonetheless, this wood burning stove still features Airwash to help keep the glass window clear, full multi-fuel capability and an externally operated riddling grate.
The Brunel 2CB wood burning and multi-fuel stove brings you extra heating efficiency and economy with the use of its Cleanburn System. In fact, this neat little stove incorporates all the state-of-the-art features you would expect from Stovax’s advanced designs. For example, the stainless steel baffle warms up more quickly than cast iron so it starts working more rapidly, setting new standards in performance.
The largest stove in the Brunel range, the 3CB has an extensive window through which you can take pleasure from the swirling flames of the Stovax Cleanburn System. Again, this wood burning stove incorporates all of Stovax’s state-of-the-art technical features such as the stainless steel baffle. Furthermore, with full multi-fuel capability and external riddling, the Brunel 3CB stove generates up to 7kW of heat for you to enjoy.
Designed to be equally at home in either a traditional setting or today’s more modern interiors, Yeoman’s woodburning and multi-fuel CL range of stoves are an eye-catching focal point. Furthermore, the CL range offers the very latest in heating technology creating high efficiency and trend setting aesthetics. The smallest in the series, the CL3, makes a big impression despite its compact proportions. To complement the gentle curves of the stove front, there is a decorative cast top plate supplied with each of the CL stoves.
With high efficiency and ‘modern traditional’ styling, the CL5 offers a fresh alternative for heating in today’s homes. Along with the smaller CL3, the CL5 is approved for use in Smoke Control zones, so you can achieve carbon neutral heating with wood wherever your location. It is available in two versions: woodburning only or multi-fuel which incorporates a riddling grate to allow the burning of smokeless fuels. In addition, both versions are enhanced by the decorative cast top which provides subtle elegance with its minimal curved form.
It may be the smallest stove in the Stovax Huntingdon range, but the Huntingdon 25 wood burning and multi-fuel stove provides virtually all the features of larger models and is specially designed to suit everything from a country cottage to a modern townhouse. It is ideal for burning logs yet is equally proficient with smokeless fuels or peat briquettes. In fact, the compact Huntingdon 25 is just the stove to bring you a picture of comfort.
With Gothic stove door mouldings complemented by reeded side panels, the Stovax Huntingdon 28 wood burning and multi-fuel stove is an elegant piece of furniture in its own right. The very latest advances in stove design technology allow you to enjoy the movement of the flames to the full; especially as you can precisely adjust the flame picture via dual air controls.
The Huntingdon 30 combines refined styling with significant heating capacity, making it the ideal choice for many homes. Dual air levers allow you to control the level of flames and heat output to suit your needs, providing exacting control of combustion whilst there is also an external riddling feature to aid the efficient burning of smokeless fuels.
Available in individual woodburning and multi-fuel versions, the clean, graceful lines of the Huntingdon 35 make this classic design look attractive even when it is not alight. The woodburning version has a solid cast iron base and no ashpan, as wood burns more efficiently on a bed of ash. The multi-fuel version also incorporates external riddling and dual air controls for accurate regulation of the flames and combustion.
The biggest model in the Huntingdon range – and the most powerful. With up to 9kW of heat output, the 40 is equally at home in both traditional inglenook and modern fireplace settings. You can choose from either the woodburning version with flat cast iron base plate or the multi-fuel version with external riddling and concealed ashpan. Also, do not forget to opt for matching flue pipe, particularly when installing your stove in an inglenook.
Originally patented in 1742 by Benjamin Franklin, the Regency enjoys a pedigree unmatched by any other stove. It was designed at a time when America was still a British colony and its proportions were undoubtedly influenced by Franklin’s extended visits to Georgian London. Functioning like an open fire with its large firebox, the Regency forgoes adjustable heat output. The stove can be burnt with the doors closed or open for the traditional fireplace atmosphere. A pair of polished brass balls are supplied with each stove and a brass rail set is available as an optional accessory. Cast into the side panel of every Regency is a support bracket into which an optional barbecue or bean pot may be fixed. Both of these are manufactured from cast iron and the bean pot is supplied complete with a swinging arm which fits into the support bracket.
Riva Vision Medium
Featuring all the hallmarks of the Vision range, the Medium is a large format stove with a stunning, expansive flame picture and high efficiency heat output of up to 9kW. Designed to meet future Ecodesign low emission standards, this stylish stove is ultra-green burning for minimal environmental impact. The Vision Medium can be combined with either the impressive Glass Plinth or a stove bench to achieve outstanding style and powerful heating potential in equal measure.
Riva Vision Midi
Featuring the same clean, geometric form and reflective detailing, the Stovax Vision Midi stove offers an impressive heat output of up to 6.5kW. Available in wood burning or multi-fuel models, the Vision Midi stove offers many optional extras including the external air kit allowing air to be drawn from the outside, minimising drafts in your room as well as a gloss black flue pipe to really personalise your stove.
Riva Vision Small
The sleek looks of the Vision Small encapsulate the defining characteristics of this range of ultra-contemporary stoves. Featuring a stunning black glass door that gives you the best possible view of your fire, this compact and stylish stove gives a generous heat output of up to 5kW. With many optional extras available such as the Ceramic Glass Top or Plinth with matching glass front, your styling possibilities are extended even further. The Vision Small Woodburning stoves are engineered to meet forthcoming Ecodesign low emission standards and produce minimal flue gases.
The Principal 405
The Principal offers much in the way of contemporary clean cut lines with soft edges. Its size gives you the benefit of adding it to your home regardless of the age, fitting snugly even to the smallest of class 1 flues. This stoves packs quite the punch in terms of heat. Don’t let its small size fool you, this quaint stove is built in full cast Iron; a material that retains heat longer than other metals. Meaning the heat keeps on going even after the fire has been put out.
The Quadrical 405
The Quadrical offers much in the way of contemporary clean cut lines with soft edges. Its size gives you the benefit of adding it to your home regardless of the age, fitting snugly even to the smallest of class 1 flues. This stoves packs quite the punch in terms of heat. Don't let its small size fool you, this quaint stove is built in full cast Iron; a material that retains heat longer than other metals. Meaning the heat keeps on going even after the fire has been put out.