When providing hot water and central heating, the Yeoman County 80HB boiler stove is capable of feeding a hot water cylinder and approximately 19 radiators. The exact number of radiators will depend upon how many rooms you wish to heat and sizes of those rooms. Radiators also come in a variety of sizes/capacities but, for example, a typical 400mm high x 1000mm wide, single panel radiator requires 2500BTU/hr. You should always consult a qualified heating engineer to ensure the stove can meet your requirements.
Alternatively, you can ‘link up’ a Yeoman High-Output Boiler with your existing or proposed heating system to reduce your reliance on gas or oil and help decrease overall heating fuel costs. There are ways to link with conventional oil or gas central heating, gas or oil sealed heating systems, combi boilers, underfloor heating and even solar panels to provide flexible and cost-effective solutions. Yeoman produces a ‘link up’ guide showing typical arrangements and covering some frequently asked questions. You may find it useful to download this from Yeoman Link Up Instructions before discussing your requirements with a qualified heating engineer.
This Yeoman County 80HB High-Output Boiler stove is designed for multi-fuel use and incorporate an externally operated riddling grate. This is because solid mineral fuels tend to provide greater calorific values. Should you wish to reduce your CO² emissions then you can also burn a combination of smokeless fuels and logs together. However, if woodburning only is your preference, you can still achieve good performance but, as logs burn best with slightly different firebox characteristics, we recommend you purchase the optional log tray which replaces the riddling system on multi-fuel models
Constructed using a combination of 5mm and 10mm heavy duty steel for the body with air-tight cast iron double doors. The double doors are supplied with decorative Tudor Rose crosses which can be removed if preferred for a clearer view of the flames. An Airwash system helps to keep the glass clear and to control the running temperature when burning wood.
4 x 1” BSP boiler tappings for flexible efficient connection to your hot water circuits. Extensive water jacket on 4 sides of stove to ensure maximum transmission of heat to water. Highly developed boiler flue baffle system to ensure maximum heating efficiency.
Top or rear (interchangeable) flue outlet. Specially designed reciprocating grate ensures effective removal of ash from the fuel bed plus a large ash collection tray. Discreet external riddling socket, with removable tool. Unique heated air jets from cleanburn ports burn hydrocarbons in smoke. Levelling system in each foot to ensure complete stability on uneven surfaces. Primary air controls to manually adjust the running temperatures. Thermostatic control to maintain desired running temperatures.
(Manufacturers instructions are offered as a guide only and may not always be the latest version)