Esse 525 Multifuel Stove
Price £949.00Inc. VAT
Esse 525 Stove
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The technology is tried and tested as the firebox has evolved from Esse's highly successful and proven 500 stove. The design is pure, simple and elegant. Providing a spectacular and uncluttered view of the flames which can be easily controlled by beautifully engineered, minimalist air controls.
The Esse 525 stove has been a long time in planning and the design actually precedes the similar Firebelly stoves, infact they were both designed by the same person. We tend to favour this model because of its solid build quality, multifuel grate and lower price.
At its heart beats a proven multi-fuel firebox for burning wood or smokeless fuels with a grate, ashpan and external riddling control.
Esse 525 stove features include:
- Highly efficient - up to 80%
- True clear-window airwash system
- Elegant, timeless modern design, developed and built in Britain
- Outstanding quality and value for money
- Integral hinges ensure cleaner 'balanced' lines
- Suitable for overnight burning
- Pre-heated secondary airwash
- Top or rear 125mm (5" flue outlet)
- Multi-fuel grate and ashpan
- External riddling
- Operating range up to 5.5 kW/h (Pureheat)
- Air vent required
- Efficiency - 76.2% (Pureheat)
- Fuel consumption - 0.9kg per hour (Pureheat)
- CO emissions - 0.428% (@ 13%O2)
NB: Flue pipe is not provided by the manufacturer with most stoves. Exceptions to this are flueless gas stoves and electric stoves which do not require flue pipe. The inclusion of flue pipe with balanced flue gas stoves varies and should be confirmed dependant on the model ordered. You can order flue pipe from the 'Flue & Chimney' menu option at the top of the page.
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