Hunter Parkray Aspect 4 Compact Black Wood Burning Stove 4.9kW Stainless Handle DEFRA - CVSPA04CWS
£892.95 (Inc. VAT)
Wood burning stoves
As the name suggests, wood burning stoves primarily use wood for fuel. If used to replace an open fire, they have the potential to reduce your home’s carbon footprint by a huge 14%! A wood burning stove can help to create a lovely focal point in the living room, and logs burning will really help to create a traditional feel.
Defra stands for the Department of Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs. Being Defra approved in short means that the stove has been tested and passed the UK governments criteria for emission levels and the amount of smoke that’s allowed to be produced during all stages of normal use. This means it’s great for use in all types of home, even in the middle of a town or city.
Triple Burn Technology
A triple burning stove uses three different air supplies, one for the glass like an airwash, one under the grate for combustion and one at the back of the stove to burn gases further. This ensures that you always get the most efficient burn.
Air wash glass cleaning
With older or less well-built stoves you tend to get a blackening on the glass caused by soot. The clever air wash system allows air into the higher space of the stove, keeping the glass door clean by high speed air rushing downwards across it.
Install on a 12mm thick hearth
A lot of stoves generate some serious heat, especially though the floor. These stoves have now been thoroughly tested to ensure that they don’t increase the temperature of the floor to more than 100°C, allowing you to install the stove straight onto a non-combustible hearth with a minimum thickness of 12mm.
Large viewing window
These is nothing better than sitting down to relax after a long day, especially when you’ve got a stove to help boost your relaxation levels. These particular stoves come with the added perk of an extra-large viewing window mounted in the front. It’s made out of thermo-ceramic glass too so you know it’s going to be hard-wearing!
Steel is a great material to manufacture stoves from. A steel stove won’t retain heat for quite as long as a cast iron stove but if you’re looking for something that’ll heat up fast and get the temperature of the room rising quickly then there is no better option.
When you think of a traditional stove design you think of it being black. It’s by far the most popular colour choice and it’s great for concealing a multitude of sins when it comes to dirt. These stoves are finished in an extremely hard-wearing, heat-resistant paint that’ll stay looking great not matter what you throw at it.
|Heat Output (kW)||5kW or Less|
|Construction||Steel Body - Cast Door|
|Overall Height||515 mm|
|Overall Width||396 mm|
|Overall Depth||374 mm|
|Distance to Combustibles - Rear||100 mm|
|Distance to Combustibles - Side||500 mm|
|Flue Outlet(s)||Top & Rear (Interchangeable)|
|Flue Size (in)||5 Inches|
|Suitable for 12mm Hearth||Yes|
|Cool Touch Handle||No|
|External Combustion Kit Included||No|
|Flue Size (mm)||125 mm|