Pellet firing stoves. Pellet air-heating stoves and pellet thermo-stoves (hot water stoves).
Hot water stoves are wood pellet firing stoves intended for heating the room with air by means of a built-in fan and water through the radiator central heating. Stoves are made of steel with modern design and high efficiency.
Pellet firing stoves - hot air wood pellet firing stoves that heat the room with hot air using a fan built in the stove.
<p>Pellet stoves produce warm air to heat the room in which they are installed and, depending on the model, even adjacent rooms (using appropriate ducting).</p>
<p>Pellet burning thermo-stoves use pellet combustion to produce hot water that can then be supplied to radiators and/or underfloor radiant panels throughout the home. Pellet burning thermo-stoves can also be connected to existing heating systems and can work alongside solar panels.</p>