Broseley eVolution 5 woodburning stove
A Broseley contemporary stove with a high efficiency.
|This model is also available with a log store.
Plain big glass - wood burning only but has ash pan and grate.
Ok to use in smokeless area.
- Height: 583mm
- Width: 450mm
- Depth: 385mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: WOODBURNING ONLY
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 85.5%
Most Recent Review
Had this stove for about 4 years now. I do like it but as someone else stated the fire board inserts do crack and break on a regular basis. I have had 2 sets now. Also if you open the door to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Refuelling should be undertaken when the majority of the wood has been burnt, opening when you have partially burnt wood does affect the efficiency.
Most Popular Review
Great stove, easy to use and looks good. Our stove in situated in a corner on a glass hearth over an oak floor, this layout suits us and it has been fantastic warming the entire house. Very... [ read more ]
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I love this fire apart from the fire bricks keep breaking, We've had them changed 3 times from new, but after the third time we were fed up of calling Brossley out. We're now having to replace all the firebricks costing £200 ! I'm waiting for the bricks to be installed to find out how long the guarantee will be.... [ read more ]
After a year we have finally had the chimney sorted and had the stove fitted, the wood lasts longer in the Broseley than our previous Tiger stove but with the premium price that's one of the... [ read more ]
Recently purchased the evo 5 and what a cracking stove it is ,visual and performance are fantastic the air wash system is superb the only issue we have had with the burner is that when you come... [ read more ]
This is a great stove !!! View of fire inside is great, very large window The heat is outstanding, brilliant quality !!!!!
We have just had this stove fitted in our open plan room which leads to the kitchen and our dining room. It has proved to be an instant success as it is easy to light, heat efficient,has a modern... [ read more ]
Stunning looks and cost just under £1000. So good we have just invested in a second evolution but this time the evolution 26 boiler model which is being linked directly into our gas combi boiler... [ read more ]
I am a stove installer and retailer. I have discovered a massive problem with this appliance. In order to safely install a solid fuel appliance I have to fill in a Hetas certificate to state... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The manufacturer is correct in that creosote shouldn't be being formed inside a chimney. If creosote does occur then it is an indication that the moisture content of the wood being burned is too high or that the chimney liner isn't insulated sufficiently or possibly a combination of both. However in the real world wood that isn't fully seasoned can get burnt on occasions, stoves can get turned right down for longer than they should (again leading to condensates), and so for that reason flues and stoves are normally designed so that any condensate formed ends up back in the stove. A simple solution here would be to lift the flue spigot, remove the fire rope and seal it with high temperature silicone (good to 1200 degrees) which will prevent creosote leaking. I checked with the manufacturer and they were happy with this slight modification. The smell of creosote is very unpleasant but that smell is always a timely warning to check the firewood that is being used and to make sure that the liner is sufficiently insulated. Creosote forming in a chimney can lead to a chimney fire and they are dangerous.