DRU 55 Wood Burning Stove
DRU 55 CB Wood Burning Stove DRU55CB is a conventional cast iron wood burning heater. Usually it is available in black casing but it can be accessible in different colour range by placing special orders. It has the unique quality of air wash system which is used in keeping the stove’s window spotless and dirt free along with a cold stroke knob to protect the users from any harm or burning feeling. It is manufactured from the strongest and hardest Norwegian cast iron and is made in such a way that stands firm against the Scandinavian winters; once you keep the heater lighten up for the rest of the day. It is also safe and sound for the users to have DRU 55CB as it is environment friendly due the inflow system which is designed in such a way that it dissipates a great deal of smoke. It is very trendy and smart to use along with a big glass wind which provides marvelous depiction of the flames. This view is further improved by air curtain which is used in maintaining the cleanliness of the glass window. The chimney can be attached to the heater on its roof-crown or in its back, while at the same time a heat shield is attached at its back to keep the wall clean from any kind discoloration. It also has an exclusive triple burning procedure:
- Main air is taken out from beneath the fire platter to initiate the burning progression
- Second air from the back is supplied via compartments below the border. This air-flow is used to clean up the window.
- Triennial air is slotted in by means of tiny outlets at the backside of the compartment. This, just like the secondary air inflow, helps in ignition of the heater and vaporization of the smoke.
The pipe fuel uses wood and has both open and closed combustion system. It has heat production capacity of 8.0kw with 80% efficiency and has a front fire-view while the interior chamber is available in glossy natural coating and the front casing is available in cast anthracite, enamelled cream white and enamelled brown colour options. The heat production system and flame-height are manageable with the usage of a manual control.