Pellet stove (no electricity needed)
The construction of the pellet fireplace is designed so that the heat is radiated forward without heating what is behind it (where the pellet tank, wall, or some other thing is located).
Ideal for chalets, garden houses, sheds, workshops and locations without central heating, or where the heat is occasionally needed.
|up to 100 m2|
| Working time (with a full pellet tank) ||12 - 24+ hours|
|Capacity of pellet container||41.5 kg|
|Fuel||Wood pellets 6-8 mm|
|Power|| 8 - 12 kW|
| Chimney diameter||115 mm|
|Weight (without packaging)||42 Kg|
Height: 1555 mm; Width: 1000 mm; Depth: 500 mm
Pellet Stove operation:
To start the pellet fireplace, it is necessary to fill the pellet tank with pellets, open the pellet feeder and ignite the pellets with the burner.
Pellet fireplace power is regulated by two hatches:
-The pellet combustion air is regulated by a bottom drawer that supplies air to the pellet combustion process.
-The combustion intensity is regulated by the draft regulator hatch in front of the fireplace.
To stop the pellet fireplace, it is necessary to close the pellet feed. (The amount of pellets poured out of the pellet hopper and into the pellet feed tube will burn out and the burning will stop.)
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