Multi Fuel Stoves Solid Fuel Stoves – Save on Fuel Bills
Stoves Are Us pride ourselves on supplying multi-fuel stoves, fromthe leading manufacturers, including Aga, Aarrow, Esse, Broseley, Stovax, Charnwoo Westfire, Villager and Yeoman at discount internet prices. You canreduce your home fuel bill with a cost-efficient multi fuel stove, usinga choice of eco-friendly energy sources, such as coal, peat, wood andlogs, wood pellets, or even biomass products. Multifuel stoves, alsoknown as solid fuel stoves, burn the fuel on a riddling grate, whichallows air to circulate all around the fuel and maximise the heatoutput.
Multi-Fuel Stoves Fires
A Dovre multi-fuel stove can burn anthracite and manufactured smokeless fuels. A multi fuel stove also features a fixed or riddling grate. Please note however that bituminous coal or petroleum based fuels must never be used on your Dovre multi fuel stove
Trianco international multi fuel stove. Burns wood or coal
Armagh, County Armagh Solid fuel stove. Burns wood or coal. This is in full working order but a part at the top needs welding. (As shown in photo). Glass door that goes up or down.Height inches/ 76cm, width 2ft/ 61cm, depth 3/inches/ 1/cmWith full instru
Smokeless Fuel for Multi-Fuel Stoves
Need help? These smokeless fuels are recommended for use on multi-fuel stoves as they offer users a great combination of outstanding heating performance, an attractive flame, and being smokeless, greatly reduced blackening of the glass.Easily capable of slumbering overnight, these smokeless coals also make recovery of the fire the next morning, simple and straightforward.
Wood Burning vs Multi-Fuel Stoves
Woodburning and multifuel stoves are efficient appliances that give your home a cozy feel, with their old school or sleek modern look. But what are the technical differences between the two systems?