Embers are pleased to announce that we have several exciting new lines. Thanks to anglia fireplaces we can now offer stoves and fireplaces from Hase, Exoos, BodartÂ & gonay, and Tonwerk.
Both Hase and Xeoos stoves are manufactured in germany to very high specifications.
The XeoosÂ wood burning stove surpasses the German Din plus standard and is DEFRA exempt for burning wood in London. The Hase range of multi fuel and wood burning stoves are all extremely clean burning, being TUV approved as-well as being accredited to the German Din plus standards. Hase stoves have particulate emission levels which are amongst the lowest in the world. These superb appliances easilyÂ surpass the forthcoming particulate emission laws due to be rolled out in 2014.
Xeoos Stoves have 2 combustion chambers; the standard chamber is at the top and this burns like a standard stove however when a lever on the side is depressed then the flame direction is redirected downwards into the second firebox where very high temperatures can be achieved as well as being extremely efficient with almost no ash. XEOOS stoves are also Approved by DEFRA for burning wood in smoke control areas . We have a Xeoos pure model which will be on live display in our London showroom from September.
The Xeoos Twin-fire system diagram
The Tonwerk range of wood burning stoves are Swiss madeÂ and are based on the heat storage stoves that have been used in Europe for hundreds of years. Using what is best of both old and new,Â these stoves are the pinnacle of wood burning technology with the ability to store and radiate heat for many hours after only one fueling.Â Â Very beautiful lines and styling and perfectly suited to low energy homes.
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Hase stoves are and always have been the very best of German precision and quality. At Embers we are very happy to offer these superb wood burners. From the moment you touch the very tactile handle and open the door on a hase wood burning stove, you will know that it is notÂ a typical mass produced item and hase design is often years ahead of itsÂ competitors.
In todays world of rising gas prices and a planet that is being stripped of its natural resources. It is no wonder that many people are looking for cost effective, renewable alternatives as heating sources.
A wood burning stove is a perfect start towards both reducing reliance on fossil fuels and lowering both heating bils and our impact on the planet.
The installation of a high efficiency biomass based appliance into a living room will switch the most energy dependent part of a house`s reliance from fossil fuels to a carbon neutral alternative, almost overnight. furthermore this can be achieved without the massive costs that can beÂ associatedÂ with other renewables.
embers fireplaces and stoves have many years experience within the solid fuel market and are one of the most qualified companies in the UK in regardsÂ toÂ biomass stoves and installation. Â Anyone that has been to our London showroom will have seen our wall of qualification`s.
A good method to drastically reduce your fossil fuel consumption is to install a pellet and wood burning cooker. This will not only cook beautifully in the wood oven but also heat the room that it is sited making the radiators redundant. Embers have chosen theÂ Lohberger range of cookers to accommodate this, hand crafted in Germany this range of contemporary wood cookers are one of the cleanest burning in the world. The amount of fuel used to generate the necessary heat is also very low due to the very clever technology used.
For most however this solution will still be too far and the easiest and most cost effective thing that can be done to reduce reliance on fossil fuels is simply to install a woodburning stove.Â embers has a huge range of DEFRA exempt stoves on offer and are not tied in to any particular manufacturer. This means that we can give unbiased advice and you get a huge choice.
If you have interest in other renew-ables then please ask the specialist who attends your site survey and we can talk over how best to make the different technologies work together and what is best for your particular home.
A wood burning stove has several main advantages over an open fire.
Open fires are very inefficient typically their efficiencies are less than 20% and in some cases are negative, whereas most of the wood burning stovesÂ on the market todayÂ have efficiencies over 75%.Â The reason for this is simple hot air rises and as an open fire is sat underneath a hole (chimney ) the hot air rises straight up and out. A wood stove contains these same gases in the fire box until the vast majority of heat has been radiated to the room. Higher combustion temperatures are also achieved as the combustion temperatures are not high enough to burn all of the gasas in the first instance. Inside a stoveÂ Oxygen, Heat and fuel are violently mixed together which results in much more of the volatile gases being burned.Â
Wood burners use much less fuel than there open fire counterparts
within a stoveÂ fire is contained within a steel or cast iron box making wood-burning stoves very much safer
the rate of combustion can be controlled on a stove, open fires always burn at 100% wood burners require a narrower diameter chimney or flue as less flue gases are emitted
open fires require a huge additional permanent source of ventilation added to the room. Stoves require only minimal ventilation. This is due to combustion gas requirements and the rate at which fuel is consumedÂ for example: a typical open fire will consume at least 200 m3 of air from the room per hour where a typical wood burning stove would require only 40 m3.
The best and most important reason for choosing a stove is because they are very hot and can heat large areas or draughty london houses with ease. Oh and they look good too