Aarrow Ecoburn 11 stove
The Aarrow Ecoburn 11 is the biggest stove in this series - it has an 11kw heat output.
There is a single door on the front of the stove with 1 glass panel -
this glass has a curve to the top edge.
You can have an optional log stand or you can have a low or high canopy kit for the stove.
- Fuel: Woodburning
Most Recent Review
Heats the room very well Glass impossible to keep clean Supposed to heat 4radiators but barely does 2 When opening to refuel deposits of soot and ash very high
Stove expert replied: Depending on the radiator sizes this stove may not be able to run 4 radiators, , 4.2kW is the rated output to water. What fuel are you burning - is it dry seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20%? if not then the glass will be hard to keep clean. Do make sure that the air wash is kept filly open. It might also pay to try an alternative fuel as they do vary greatly in the heat that they generate.
Most Popular Review
A very good stove indeed. Yes, it IS expensive but you do get what you pay for. So what do you get? In short, an extremely heavy and very well made stove. The airwash is very good at keeping... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is not good to have a large stove shut down all the time, woodburners should have to work which helps to maintain clear flues etc. If you are keeping on a low setting then twice a day you should allow a fast burn for 15 - 20 mins (Max) to burn off any tar residues that have been produced during the slow burning period.
More reviews for Aarrow Ecoburn 11 stove
I love the look of our Aarrow with its big window, it is like having an open fire but with the advantages of a burner. My only problem is that, weirdly given other reviews, I can't get it hot... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Please go back to your installer and ask him to take a flue draw test to ensure that there is adequate air to enable the stove to operate effectively, is there an airbrick in the room as this is a high output stove and will require more air than is normally present? What flue height is there and is it connected to the top or rear of the stove? Check that the fuel is dry and well seasoned. There is likely to be some reason why the stove is sluggish and this is normally easily rectified when you have found the cause. Most likely an installation issue rather than a fault with the stove.
stove does not turn down airflow enough to keep fire going on tick over just burns up quickly
Stove expert replied: The controls should be able to close the stove to a slumber mode, if this is not the case then you may have an over-drawing flue that should be investigated further to prevent damage to the stove.
We have had our "Ecoburn 11" for over 4 years now. It is only used periodically in winter in our large day room. The day room is half part of the house and the other half is an added conservatory... [ read more ]
Bought this stove after looking for one suitable to fit in my existing fireplace opening and chimney arrangement which necessitated a fairly small front to back dimension - which the Aarrow... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Glass crazing (small marks that gradually creep over the glass) are normally caused by the stove being operated on a low setting for prolonged periods, short burst of fast burn at least twice a day for 15-20mins should prevent this. Also note that you have used unseasoned hardwood, only seasoned wood with a moisture content of less than 20% is recommended to maintain good air passage in the flue system.
Very well made stove. We found it used a lot of wood when we first installed it. The temperature gauge we put on it kept reading well above the optimum level even with all the vents closed. However after we fitted a damper in the flue it became controllable and economic. A quality stove, well recommended.... [ read more ]
Reasonable happy with stove, had a villager before with a separate door for the ashpan which I found a lot better. Other wise love the stove, lovely big glass front Door and large fire box so can get a decent size log on it... [ read more ]