Stovax Riva 40 multi fuel
A contemporary stove suitable to fit into a traditional fire place.
It can be installed as an insert stove with or without frame.
This stove can also be installed as a free standing model.
It is available in 2 colours.
- Height: 599mm
- Width: 492mm
- Depth: 350mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.9kW
- Efficiency: 77%
Most Recent Review
We wanted a stove for our small bungalow, our local supplier/Installer suggested the Riva 40. It looks chic and gives out a perfect heat. It was installed and running within the day. There was... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
Bought this to warm a 4x4m room, I originally wanted a larger version but was advised that stoves with an output >5kw would require exterior ventilation. The build quality seems excellent and... [ read more ]
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Self installed 10 years ago, baffle plates replaced twice, now shot to ribbons again, grate has seized up and the bricks are cracked and broken.Its been used hard, burning every night of heating... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good service for hard working stove.
Have this stove 4 - 5 years now & like some other people I have never been happy with it. I burn smokeless fuel which is recommended, it has gone through 2 baffle plates and like other reviewers... [ read more ]
Installed this great little stove 3 years ago. Chosen to fit perfectly into existing fireplace as room isn't large and a freestanding stove would have encroached too much. The heat from the... [ read more ]
I was a bit nervous about getting a stove with such a small firebox. The Riva 40, however, produces more than enough heat to bring our 28 square meter living room up to temperature quickly.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
Any advice would be gratefully received. We have just had this installed, are using good seasoned wood. All the heat must be going somewhere, but it isn't coming into our room.Is the installation... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is certainly advisable to get the installation checked and if no insulation has been included round the cassette then heat can dissipate there rather than coming forward into the room. The flue draw is also something that should be checked as if in excess of what is recommended the heat will be sucked out of the stove before it has time to radiate correctly. The stove is a metal box and will heat up when fire is inside so the heat must be going somewhere, there is normally a reason that once established can usually be corrected.
I bought this stove a year ago.BIG DISAPPOINTMENT.It replaced a Jetmaster which gave out tremendous heat but ate logs.I use well seasoned oak but the heat output into the room 16'x16' is not... [ read more ]
I bought a Riva 40 about 7 years ago and it's been a sound investment. The glass does get dirty if the airwash isn't used correctly or fuel is damp or excessively smoky but experience overcomes... [ read more ]
I had an exposed brick chimney breast with an open fire and last year had it plastered & a Riva 40 fitted, the chimney breast was lined with heat resistant plaster board and heat resistant plaster... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Was there back fill round the cassette when installed and how was the flue connected, two areas that are worth re-visiting to try to overcome this annoying problem.
I have just learned my Riva 40 has completely burned through after only 8 years. I have never been happy with it, as not a lot of heat came from it, my open fire gave out better heat. For... [ read more ]