The Hunter Herald range of multi-fuel stoves have been creatively designed to combine the latest in stove technology with traditional good looks and values.
The Hunter Herald 8 Central Heating stove includes an internal 'wraparound boiler' which gives an output of 29,000 Btu's. This should be enough output to provide heat for up to seven radiators and hot water in the average home.
Value for money.
All Hunter Herald stoves are manufactured from high quality 5mm thick steel to the exacting standards of BS3378 with quality cast iron components, representing excellent value for money.
The Herald airwash ensures the glass is kept clean for a complete view of the fire.
The ‘airwash’ is achieved by very hot air being directed down behind the large glass doors creating a screen between the fire and the glass. Smoke or combustion particles do not come into contact with the glass, leaving it clean to see thorugh.
Easy access for chimney sweeping
The Herald features a removable throat plate, giving full and easy access for sweeping the chimney, particularly important in integral boiler stoves.
From wood to multi-fuel with a single turn of the handle.
A cleverly designed integral grate with external ‘riddling’ adjustment tool means the Herald can be changed from wood setting to multi-fuel by a single turn of the handle.
Safe and efficient for over-night burning.
By reducing the air inflow to an absolute minimum, the fire will gently smoulder and remain alight throughout the night. When required, the fire will come to life by simply increasing the air flow into the stove.
Controlled Air Movement For Optimum Solid Fuel Burning
When burning coal and for easy lighting of the stove, air can be directed under the open grate and into the heart of the fire. This provides the optimum conditions for this type of fuel.
A dust free safe and easy riddling system
By simply moving the riddling tool up and down — which moves the grate open and closed — the Herald riddles safely with the minimum of effort. This is undertaken with the doors closed and is completely dust-free.
Controlled Air Movement For Optimum Woodburning
For wood burning air is directed into the top of the stove and heated in an air chamber before being ‘airwashed’ down inside the doors and into the heart of the wood fire. This is essential for efficient woodburning giving complete combustion and helps to keep the chimney clean.
When wood burning the grate is changed to the closed wood position which creates a flat base to ensure a deep bed of ash is allowes to build up.
The Herald has a number of options and optional extras:-
* Wraparound or clip-in boiler options
* 12 double sided stove options, both single depth and double
depth with variable flue postions
* A single brass door knob or a set of brass knobs
* A flue damper - To help reduce excessive chimney draw and aid overnight burning.
* A multi-fuel front extension kit - This acts as a taller fuel retainer enabling a deeper bed of fuel in you stove.
* A sparkguard
* Either decorative crossed doors or plain doors
* Matt black finish with optional dark green or metallic blue
The output of the stove is split as follows:
Room = 2.5kW
Boiler = 8.5kW
|Flue Centre Floor to Rear||514mm|
|Back to Centre of Top Flue||116mm|
|Direct Air Kit Compatible||No|
|Air Vent Required||Yes|
|DEFRA Approved||Not Approved|
|Suitable for 12mm Hearth||No|