Stratford TF70 stove
The Stratford TF70 stove is a plain boiler model with one door.
There is a flat top to the stove & the glass has a curve on the top edge.
The boiler will give up to 60.000btu to the radiator system.
All Stratford boiler models are built to EU standard testing EN13240 and the pressure is tested at 1.8bar.
It is recommended to leave the doors open in the summer time when not in use -
you can also lower the baffle plate for extra circulation of air and
put newspaper inside the firebox next to the boiler to absorb any condensation.
- Height: 709mm
- Width: 780mm
- Depth: 486mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
Most Recent Review
We live in an old 1840' farm house in South Wales. The house has been very damp for many years, that was until we installed the new fire. I am running 11 rads of different sizes around the house... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you refuel and give the stove a draw up with thermostat on max just before shutting down for the night you should find the water temperature improves. Suggest taking baths before this so that you can reheat the cooled water.
Most Popular Review
Excellent boiler stove providing the fuel is good
More reviews for Stratford TF70 stove
I keep this stove burning 24/7 mostly on ovoids or anthracite one pail full at 6 in the morning then at 6 at night. I empty the ash pan and add another pail of coal. This stove heats 7 rads... [ read more ]
Bought the Stove about 6 years ago its in constant use all year round. only problems I have encountered is, I had to replace the seal around the door, also the clips and trim on the front door... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The trim can become loose if the stove has overdrawn, the glass gasket will fail and allow more air into the stove and you loose control of the stove. If the performance alters in windy conditions getting a damper or stabilizer is recommended.
Runs our central heating (9 radiators, detached 1920s house) from wood only using a mixture of softwood (mainly) and hardwood. Can struggle in very cold weather if using only softwood - the... [ read more ]
Bought this stove because I needed a large 21kw burner for my house and it was to replace a Parkray Chevin room heater. I needed the stove to run my central heating ( 9 radiators) and hot water... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What fuel are you using?
The TF70 replaced a Charnwood multifuel stove which was 17 years old and running ten radiators. Compared with the Charnwood the construction of the TF70 is too light weight for a mulltifuel... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It might help to empty the ashpan a little more frequently. I use our hoover occassionally to hoover out ash inside the ashpan compartment which you cannot otherwise get to.
A truly fantastic stove, very practical, has a large firebox and does all that was promised. Saves us a fortune in oil.. \n\n
Stove expert replied: Great to hear you are pleased with the performance of this boiler model. Good review.
Very expensive spares
Bought this stove almost 3 years ago as I was having a heating system put into my newly purchased home, and I thought as I had access to a friends well established mixed woodland (where I could... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Has the trim become loose on the front of the door as this holds the glass clips in place? If it has and you are using lots of fuel the stove may be over-drawing (due probably to the flue draw). If over-drawing then this leads to distortion of other componenets (grates etc). Regarding the radiators furthest from the pump not getting hot, this could be due to the stove not producing enough heat (as in the case of over-drawing) much of the heat produced will be going up the chimney or the system has not been balanced correctly. Also as the wood is being taken from a woodland I doubt that it is dry and seasoned which will certainly not allow for the best heat production in a stove.I strongly recommend that further investigation of this system be carried out as distortion of the stove body can occur if it is a flue draw problem.