stoves

Watch 🎥: Burning dry wood vs burning wet wood

Woodsure has teamed up with Steve Ellis from Elcombe Fire and Wood to show the difference between using ‘wet’ wood and Ready to Burn logs in wood burning stoves.   Air quality and wood fuel has become a hot topic and stove owners are being asked to think about the impact of burning poor quality […]

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BSRIA alerts industry about changes to stove testing legislation

BSRIA is alerting manufacturers that they need to be aware of imminent changes to government legislation in testing room heaters fired by solid fuels for CE marking and DEFRA smoke tests, namely: stoves. In essence, BSEN 13240 is being replaced by BSEN 16510 – under the Eco Design Directive  2009 / 1185 / 6. Timeline: […]

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What are the key issues affecting the biomass and wood-burning stove markets?

A recent roundtable hosted by HETAS revealed a number of issues that are affecting both the biomass and wood-burning stove markets. Installer looks at the key areas of discussion. As the popularity of wood-burning appliances grows due to a number of factors, the pressure on the sector as a whole – installers, manufacturers and suppliers […]

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How to choose and safely install wood-burning stoves

Wood-burning stoves are a popular choice, but, with no legal requirement to hold a specific qualification to install a stove, anyone can effectively buy a stove and put it in. Simon Holden – co-founder of Euroheat – explains the pitfalls of proceeding without proper knowledge. Problems arising from badly-installed gas heating systems are well documented, with […]

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