Aarrow i-Series ISC-5F
- Height: 450mm
- Width: 405mm
- Depth: 351mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
Most Recent Review
We have had this stove installed for a while, it is about to start a third winter, and we are really pleased with the performance. Even while the glass gets hot, the handle is not. It''s easy... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review
Most Popular Review
Had the above stove installed by a very competent HETAS installer. Gives out almost no heat, despite fitting the Aarrow after market!!!! Internal flue damper. Also fitted a draft stabilising... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: No Hetas installation has been recorded at this address and no contact has been made with the manufacturer.
More reviews for Aarrow i-Series ISC-5F
I had this i stove installed in October 2015 and despite having the manufacturer out they have still been able to resolve. The heat out put is less than the 2kw gas fire that was removed. The... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: This stove model was used when this range was first brought out and hasnít been used for circa 4 years since becoming i400s/i400/i400t . The stove is a convection stove so will perform differently to the Ecoburn which gives radiant heat only. The stove is now rated at 4.9kw nominal output which comes from the CE test results which follows a set of BS test regulations, it has to be done on a 6Ē liner at the optimum flue height of 4.5m running at 12pa. If this is not supplied in this installation then the output may vary and the flue may be affected by weather conditions which will impact on the output accordingly. As you have another working flue in the property this can also affect how a stove performs in this flue system and should be checked as replacing it may not give you the results that you may expect.
I wish I had read the other review of this fire before having one fitted. Very disappointed with the heat output. A 2 kW oil filled radiator does a much better job.
We have had this lovely looking stove for 12 months now and have still not managed to get any heat from it, we are even able to touch the front without burning ourselves when it has been lit... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the stove has been installed without any infill to the back and sides then the heat generated will be lost here, this should be checked as per the installation manual page 10.