Stratford EB 12 HE stove
One of the Stratford boiler models -
giving 6kw to room -
and 9kw or 3900btu to water using wood
12kw or 41200btu using coal.
- Height: 603mm
- Width: 561mm
- Depth: 412mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Efficiency: 71%
Most Recent Review
Overall we're happy, it's a LOT better than the back boiler we had with the open fire, and when our daughter complained that the house was hotter than at any time during her 21 years of existence... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The thermostat knob on the side of the stove is a sensor that measures the water temperature in the boiler jacket, it operates a flap behind the panel that will open and close automatically depending on what number it is set at. Therefore it will appear to have little resistance at times which is normal depending on the water temperature and the setting of the dial.
Most Popular Review
A nice looking stove but have fitted two in the last month. The one thing I will say is the heat to the rads is excellent getting 7-8 roasting hot rads, but absolutely no heat to the room. I... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is always good to have a radiator in the room to insure that enough heat is generated as once the water and heating are up to temperature the stove will automatically close controlled by the thermostat.
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Just replaced open fire with Grants triple pass back boiler. Open fire heated 6 standard double radiators and 1 single, getting them to around 60 degrees.Had the Stratford EB12 installed and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Did you have the heat load calculations carried out to check that the 12HE boiler is large enough to drive the system you have? The stove will give between 2 - 6kW's of heat to room so the average would be about 4kW. Have you an airbrick in the room? Is the chimney lined? What height is your flue system? The installation as a whole needs to be looked into so that you can ascertain if the stove is performing as expected or if perhaps you are asking it to do too much. The glass should not blacken with the air wash control fully open and hence my question about an airbrick. Was your flue draw checked to ensure it meets the manufacturers requirements. On what number are you keeping your thermostat? Further investigation suggested as it may not be the fault of the stove.
Has anyone had a problem with taking the feds plate out the stove and refitting it after cleaning lugs that the plate sits on ok just cannot get it to fit
Stove expert replied: Have you tried moving them as they sometimes slightly distort and may slot in another position than the one it came out from?
I have to say this wasn't any good for us, we work all day and the only way we can get this stove to produce any heat to the radiators or any hot water is literally to sit in front of it all... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I am afraid that if the boiler is not being used and has been disconnect then the stove should not be used as a room heater only. This is manufactured to heat water and no modifications can be made to alter this with regard to safety etc.
Stove looks really good,have it linked to oil system for summer months. Heats radiators and water well but feel there is not enough heat from the stove itself we have radiators in same room... [ read more ]
I use this stove for my central heating and hot water. I burn coal in the winter, and run the stove day and night. I put coal on at night and the stove will stay lit until I come home from work... [ read more ]
Great stove, works really well. I live in a 3 bed semi and it heats hot water and rads easily. If I had to give a bad point it would be that when it is windy the stove makes a tinkling noise... [ read more ]
Had this stove installed for over a year now (One Winter's use) and I love it. Heats up Rads easy but you do need one in the room its in as the stove doesn't give out much heat when the thermostat... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It may be worth trying an alternative smokeless fuel as they do vary greatly, otherwise seems to be working well.
I fitted this boiler stove almost exactly two years ago as part of a linked up system with an LPG boiler using a Dunsley Neutraliser (I wouldn't link up a system using a Dunsley again - it's... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The thermostat can be accessed through a side plate and will be much easier for cleaning or using a hoover with crevice tool to remove ash build up may be an alternative. It may be worth exploring an alternative control for your system as you are experiencing problems with the neutraliser, perhaps a heat load unit would do a better job.
I am very impressed with this stove, which works well in combination with a thermal store, It has cut my heating costs by 45%, heats the water and up to 6 radiators without any problems