Stove Features Explained
The design team behind Hamlet stoves have a combined experience of over 45 years. They have developed many features to offer outstanding performance, safety and cleaner burning. At the heart of the stoves is our superior clean burn airwash system; as well as keeping the fire door sparkling clean, it increases the efficiency of the stove and keeps the chimney and the environment cleaner.
PADS (Primary Air Diversion System)
No other manufacturer offers a complete system to maximise the efficiency and environmental impact of both wood and solid fuel. PADS allows an under draught of air beneath solid fuel, or an over draught for wood, ensuring that each fuel burns optimially.
Secondary and Tertiary burn
The secondary burn system controls the flow of air within the stove. It circulates air back into the stove to allow any unburnt gases to re-ignite, resulting in extra heat being generated, a cleaner chimney and a cleaner environment.
For wood burning, the tertiary burn system introduces hot air into the firebox, directly at the heart of the stove. This then ignites the unburnt gases and results in greater efficiency, a cleaner chimney and less pollution.
The airwash system in Hamlet stoves directs pre-heated air, from the chamber, evenly across the fire door which creates a shield between the main fire chamber and the viewing glass keeping the door glass sparkling clean.
Our DEFRA Exempt stoves have been developed for use in smoke control zones as set out by DEFRA. All of these stoves are suitable for use within smoke control areas, providing the user with the opportunity to burn wood and smokeless fuel. For more information and a list of the areas that have been designated “Smoke Control Zones” please visit: www.uksmokecontrolareas.co.uk