Stovax Huntingdon 25 Stove
- Stovax Huntingdon 25 Multi Fuel Stove
- Smalles in the Huntingdon Range
- 4.9kW heat output
- Multi fuel stove
It may be the smallest stove in the Huntingdon range, but the new Stovax Huntingdon 25 provides virtually all the features of larger models and is specially designed to suit everything from a country cottage to a modern town house. So its 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 this
There is nothing like the irresistible ambience of a real Stovax stove. Expertly crafted to be traditional in appearance yet modern in flexibility and convenience, they continue to offer discerning homeowners the best of all worlds. Whether you choose woodburning or smokeless fuel options they are clean burning, highly efficient and available in sizes and
styles to suit most rooms and living spaces.
Cast iron or steel
Originally, all heating stoves were made from cast iron. Today, in spite of commercial steel production expanding from the late 19th Century onwards, cast iron still remains the material of choice for many premium quality stoves. This is because of the way cast iron diffuses warmth giving maximum radiant heat over a period of time. Moreover, the iron can be cast more thickly in areas where greater strength is needed, whilst additionally allowing attractive designs to be cast into the stove panels.
However, in the 21st Century modern manufacturing technology also permits the use of heavy gauge steel for the body of the stove to be complemented by cast iron doors and firebox components.
Woodburning and solid fuel
All Stovax stoves are designed either for multi-fuel use, which means they burn logs, smokeless fuels or peat/turf briquettes, or as woodburners only.
Multi-fuel stoves have a riddling grate which allows ash to be riddled into a built-in ashpan to create the optimum conditions for efficient combustion. Woodburners have a fixed grate and no ashpan, since wood burns best on a bed of ashes. Wood is better in environmental terms as the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is approximately the same as that absorbed by the tree during growth. It is also a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland. For optimum results, we recommend logs should be seasoned for 2 years or more to achieve a moisture content below 20%*. This will not only give twice the output of freshly felled timber but help avoid a build up of tar in your flue. Furthermore, if you can obtain hardwood logs this is better still, as they will have up to twice the calorific value of softwoods.
|Stove Type(s)||Wood Burning Stoves|
Multi-Fuel Burning Stoves
Coal Burning Stoves
|Chimney Connection||Top or Rear|
|Suitable for Smokeless Zone?||Yes|
|Coloured Options?||Matt Black, Midnight Blue, Laurel Green (Enamel finish is an additional cost)|
|Maximum Log Length||250mm|