Vogue Medium Wood Burning & Multi...
The Stovax Vogue Medium wood burning and multi-fuel stove provides an impressive 7kW of heat, making it a great choice for larger living spaces. Featuring the very latest combustion technology, this eco-friendly stove burns so cleanly it is compliant with future Ecodesign emission standards.
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|Fire Type||Solid Fuel Stove|
|Energy Fuel Type||Wood Burning or Multi Fuel|
|Max Heat Output||4 - 10 kW|
|Frame Dimensions (w x h x d)||525mm x 624mm x 384mm / 525mm x 724mm x 384mm (With Plinth) / 525mm x 873mm x 384mm (With Logbox)|
|Flue Outlet||6" Top or Rear|
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The Stovax Vogue Medium wood burning and multi-fuel stove provides an impressive 7kW of heat, making it a great choice for larger living spaces. With an expansive stove window that features self-cleaning Airwash technology, the Medium’s superb flame visuals provide a captivating focal point on a cold winter’s eve. Featuring the very latest combustion technology, this eco-friendly stove burns so cleanly it is compliant with future Ecodesign emission standards.
Also available with Plinth or Midline Logbox base options, this modern-traditional wood burning and multi-fuel stove can be either installed into a fireplace opening or placed freestanding against a wall. The Vogue Medium is also compatible with our range of stove benches for an alternative but eye-catching installation.
Presenting a stunning view of the flames, Vogue models feature a signature bevelled cast iron door with an expansive glass viewing window, kept clear by the powerful Airwash system that also aids the range’s high levels of combustion efficiency.
Airwash is a specific design feature that uses a specially placed vent or vents to draw in cool air from the room; the air is then heated and ducted to ‘wash’ over the inside of the glass. This feature helps to keep the glass clean for longer, allowing you to enjoy the glow and flames to the full.
Airwash air is the best way of controlling a stove burning wood and can be used a small amount in a stove burning solid mineral fuels to keep the glass clean.
Most Stovax wood burning stoves incorporate triple air systems to provide a cleaner burn, greater thermal efficiency and control of the flame picture as follows:
1. Airwash air is drawn down over the inside of the window to keep the glass clean and clear. It is also used as primary combustion air when burning wood.
2. Primary air for use with solid fuel, also used to start wood fires but not normally used once a wood fire is burning.
3. Cleanburn secondary air is pre-heated as it passes through a heat exchanger chamber within the firebox. It is then drawn into the smokestream, where it combusts unburnt hydrocarbons to provide a cleaner burn and greater thermal efficiency.
Introducing pre-heated, secondary air into the firebox at just the right point promotes efficient combustion of any unburnt hydrocarbons that may be in the smoke. This ‘cleanburn’ process can greatly increase the combustion efficiency of your wood burning stove and dramatically reduce the amount of unburnt particles going up the chimney. This can in turn reduce your servicing costs and save you money in fuel. It also gives you an improved flame visual.
Heralding a new era of ultra-green technology, Stovax Ecodesign wood burning and multi-fuel stoves and fires feature advanced combustion systems that burn so cleanly they are compliant with future 2022 flue gas emission and thermal efficiency standards.
Designed to meet or exceed Ecodesign standards, Stovax’s compliant stoves and fires ensure substances present in smoke emissions such as Carbon Monoxide (CO), nitrous oxides (NOX), organic gaseous compounds (OGC) and particulates (PM) are minimised – making them some of the most eco-friendly stoves in the world.
The future of solid-fuel heating, Ecodesign stoves and fires offer an even greener heating choice than standard appliances, without sacrificing flame visuals or heat output.
Wood burns best on a bed of ash with its combustion air coming from above, so wood burning only versions of stoves have a flat fuel bed and no ashpan.
Multi-fuel stoves usually have a riddling grate for the effective combustion of solid mineral fuels but also have Airwash so they can effectively burn wood as well. The riddling grate allows the ash and cinders from smokeless fuels, anthracite or peat/turf briquettes to be riddled into an ashpan, maintaining the primary airflow through the fuel bed and, hence, creating the optimum conditions for efficient combustion of those particular fuels.
According to the model, a Stovax multi-fuel stove may have either an internal or externally controlled system for riddling the grate.