Aarrow Ecoburn 5 defra
This is the wood burning version of the Ecoburn 5 stove suitable for a smokeless areas.
Please be aware the measurements are different from the Ecoburn 5 wood and multi fuel for non smokeless area.
Log length 254mm - there is a misprint in the brochure stating otherwise.
Most Recent Review
to bottom of glass on the larger pane that the Plus has (rather than the standard ecoburn5 which also has 6 top vents incidentally) and it leaves a brown tar band across bottom of pane after only one burn of kiln dried ash. If you must get the 5plus , suggest the new G2B DEFRA model. I wish I'd gone for the clearview 400 now
Stove expert replied: If the flue draw is low this will affect the performance of the stove and checking the amount of free air in the room to allow for combustion is recommended. Normally the Defra models perform well as the air restriction allows air to pass through the stove continuously enabling the glass to stay clear. Further investigation regarding the installation is recommended.
Most Popular Review
too. Firebox isn't huge so be careful what fuel you chose. So far I have been using Hotties briquettes, and they seem to suit the stove really well. The styling has clean lines without being too blatantly "modern". And it easily warms a good sized sitting room. I couldn't be more delighted with my choice.
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glass is even better. For a medium lounge with central heating 5KW is fine. I now use welder gloves to avoid the burns to my forearms (top tip) great heat, looks fab, good British quality that installer was impressed with. On very still nights the air flow isn't great but in the west coast of Scotland you don't get many of them