Bohemia 40 stove
The Bohimia 40 multi fuel stove is the 4kw version of this series.
As it is a multi fuel stove you can burn wood or smokeless fuel on this model.
The stove is built out of a 5mm heavy steel body
comes with a 5 year guarantee on the body of the stove
a 2 year guarantee on the grate.
- Height: 606mm
- Width: 545mm
- Depth: 293mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4kW
- Efficiency: 72%
Most Recent Review
Bought an X40 Cube for several reasons - I loved the modern look and the huge window gives an amazing view of the fire. Also it has a 5 year warranty that covers the grate too - if they're offering... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Admittedly, I only installed it 24 hours ago, but I have had it lit twice. It burns fast and hot (the most efficient way to use wood). Finer points. Despite poor information through sellers... [ read more ]
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Having recently installed the unit (by hetas registered engineer) I am somewhat disappointed we have utilised the rear flue connection as we felt this was more aesthetically acceptable for our... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Is there enough free air in the room to allow for combustion to occur (is there an air brick?) Was a flue draw taken at the time of installation? What height is the flue system as this can make a big difference.
This really is a superb stove that throws out an amazing amount of heat. I burn wood during the day & keep it in overnight with 10 pieces of smokeless coal. Its been going non-stop for the last... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is good practise to let a stove out once a month and clean and check the air ways so that deposits do not build up and block the flue system.
Had this installed last Summer so this winter is its first. Very pleased with it. Easy to finely control with the two sliders, nice big view of the fire box. Gets good and hot. Had an issue... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Running a stove on a low setting for prolonged periods will lead to the crazing of gthe glass, short periods of fast burn (no more than 20mins on max) should be made twice daily. The integrity of the glass has not been compromised but the crazing is permanent as the flue gases have started to mark the glass by being in the fire chamber longer than is recommended.
Really not that easy to control - needs adjustment every 5 mins as gets too hot or stops burning. Continual smell of flue gas despite being resealed twice. Continuous clicking/ticking noise... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Is this installed onto a liner or direct into a chimney? Would recommend checking the installation.
We purchased the Bohemia x40 Multi Burner inset stove 2 years ago and it is absolutely fantastic in every way. We are experiencing problems purchasing the replacement rope. We contacted the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: http://www.stovespares.co.uk - you can get the correct parts from this supplier as most manufacturers do not give the rope sizes out as they vary in diameter and density.
Hi..just installed the cube x 40 ( I have lost my instructions on how to use the slidders) please if anyone can guide me on how to burn well get good heat etc..any help is much appreciated .:)... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You should be able to get a copy of this from the internet, supplier or manufacturer which would be recommended so that you will know the best way to operate the stove.
I fit over 300 stoves a year, this is the fourth one I have fitted and in my own living room, it is by far among the best stoves on the market, and the price is fantastic. What does it for me... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review, obviously has experience of many different stoves.
This is the first burner we have bought and I would never now be without a wood burner. We bought the x40 because it looked modern, had a good sized window and was not to deep in depth. We installed... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What fuel are you using, a baffle plate should fit well to allow the combustion process to occur efficiently.
The stove lights easily, warms quickly and heats the room very well. Cannot really comment on maintenance yet. The Handle does get hot but Bohemia supply free gloves. The airwash works well... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Ideally 100 - 150mm clearance should be allowed behind a stove and agree with the above that if the slab was in smaller sections the expansion is easier for the materials used preventing damage.