The Studio range of wood burning cassette fires from Stovax has been designed to create a striking feature in your living space with their enticing widescreen flame visuals complemented by an extensive array of frames and styling options
The pure, simplistic form of the Studio belies the high levels of engineering and technical innovation that keeps this range not only at the forefront of twenty first century fire design, but also exceptional heating performance and controllability.
All Stovax Studio models are designed for woodburning only. Wood is an environmentally friendly fuel; when burnt, the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is approximately the same as that absorbed by the tree during growth. It is also a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland.
Featuring the very latest cleanburn combustion systems, allowing you to burn logs with outstanding efficiency, resulting in more heat delivery into the room and less going up the chimney. This technological advancement is achieved by introducing preheated, secondary air into the firebox to burn the excess hydrocarbons in the smoke. Airwash air flow also helps keep the window clean, allowing you to enjoy the flames to the full.
Offered with a wide variety of frame options from steel to glass in a selection of sizes, there will be a frame to suit your own personal taste and style. Alternatively the Studio 3 can be fitted with an Edge kit for a more minimalist, frameless appearance.
The Studio 3 boasts a powerful nominal heat output of 11kW and is ideally suited to large or open-plan rooms. Installing the optional fan kit into the Studio 3 fire helps circulate combustion air, increasing burning efficiency and providing greater heat delivery into the room. With both manual and automatic settings, the fan kit is conveniently operated by the Studio Control Panel.
The trim and fascia options available on the Stovax Studio 3 can be seen on the link HERE
(Manufacturers instructions are offered as a guide only and may not always be the latest version)