Combining sophisticated design with the highest levels of efficiency, the Cleanburn Skagen 5 is packed with innovative features. As well as having a 5" flue collar for greater installation options, the 4.9kW heat output of the Skagen 5 means it does not require an air brick fitted in the room. A highly advanced, built-in dynamic control cassette (see images) also allows for instant controllability whilst the temperature to be easily maintained.
Combining Cleanburn's Tripleburn® technology and hot air wash system, the Skagen 5 is also DEFRA approved for the Clean Air Act. A hot Airwash system ensures the large glass viewing window stays clear allowing you to enjoy a perfect view of the flames within. With the same impressive proportions as the 6kW version, the Skagen 5 will look stunning recessed into a large fireplace opening or sat freestanding in the room on a suitable hearth.
Being a convection stove, the Skagen 5 will fill the room with heat quicker than a standard stove whilst also reducing the minimum clearance from combustible materials requirements. With a total heat output ranging from 4kW up to 8kW, this fabulous stove is ideally suited to standard sized rooms.
Constructed from strong steel with a cast iron single door, the Cleanburn Skagen is instantly recognisable with it's highly advanced air control system below the ash lip. Dynamic Control is an intuitive innovation which gives the user complete control over the temperature output. This means that unlike other stoves, the output is instantly responsive. The user can alter the flames by simply turning the stainless steel dials and the output changes are instantaneous!
Available as a dedicated wood burning stove or a multi-fuel model with either a static or riddling grate. This highly advanced stove which is large in proportion and an extremely popular model for those looking for the latest technology combined with stunning good looks.
An optional Direct Air Kit is also available. With the direct air kit fitted the stove is able to take air externally instead of internally. This is particularly necessary in airtight buildings.
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