Esse Ironheart cooking range
The Esse Ironheart cooking range is a cast iron and steel 8kw stove with oven, hot plate and possible back boiler for heating radiators and water. The Ironheart has a fire box with a glass door through which you can view the dance of the flames.
The tall legs have got a curve in them. The Ironheart is a multi fuel range capable of burning wood & coal.
- Height: 900mm
- Width: 900mm
- Depth: 600mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
Most Recent Review
I have an esse ironheart that is 8 months old and it has problems with both handles, the oven door handle works loose every week and has to be re tightened, the firebox door handle seized and... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
This is actually a sheet steel stove with a cast iron top surface, doors and hotplate.
More reviews for Esse Ironheart cooking range (page 1 of 3)
Moving solid fuel cooking stoves on, the Ironheart is a lovely stove in the black steel/iron finish. The glass door I think is a must for efficient fuelling of the cooker. I think ESSE may have neglected the enamelling process a little, with some defects. But overall its my first choice for a wood burning cooker. Did I mention, its also BRITISH.... [ read more ]
The Esse Ironheart is a good choice if you are looking for something which not only heats your kitchen, but which can also be used for cooking (both hob and oven). Unfortunately, there is a... [ read more ]
We live on a big old barge and had is stove fitted about ten years ago. Our flue (double-wall) is quite short (3m) but we never have a problem lighting it or keeping it in overnight. Coal is... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good feedback and handy lighting tip!
We have had an ironheart for 4 years now and I love it. We are 1000 feet up a mountain in Wales it has transformed a damp unused dining room that people rushed through to get to the sitting... [ read more ]
Recently installed in my farmhouse kitchen it looks stunning but the big surprise was how quickly the oven heated up once the wood fire was lit. With a minimum of fuel, (very dry logs), food was baked in the oven, two pans boiling water on the hot plates plus a warm kitchen. Very efficient use of burning wood! Would recommend highly.... [ read more ]
I installed an Esse Ironheart range in our kitchen as part of an extensive renovation two years ago. It really has created a wonderful heart for our home, producing lots of solid warmth whilst... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review, nice home cooking what a bonus!
We wanted a stove for the kitchen that could be used for cooking; most of the solid fuel cookers seem to put out only a modest amount of heat to the room, and for technical reasons we would... [ read more ]
Bought stove about 5 months ago to fit in our inglenook fireplace. Extremely pleased with it. We use only wood. The firebox is plenty big enough. The secret is to always leave plenty of ash... [ read more ]
The Ironheart looks great, but that's about it. The quality is questionble and the performance are a huge disappointment. The metal stove panels are flimsy (that is today, flimsy compared to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The flue may be a big part of the probelm from your comments and this would be worth investigating as getting an improved draw my solve many of your issues with how it works and the glass not staying clear.