Aarrow Ecoburn Plus 7 Inset stove
The Aarrow Ecoburn Plus 7 insert is a bigger version of the Ecoburn 5 insert.
The flexi grate design and external riddling makes for ease of use regardless of wood or multi fuel burning.
- Height: 590mm
- Width: 546mm
- Depth: 520mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Nominal Heat Output: 6.1kW
- Efficiency: 72.1%
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had this stove lit for four hours and it brings the room temp up one degree. I have had the installer back who as expected said there is nothing wrong with the stove. We have extended the chimney and put on a cowl but it is still poor. This is a radiant stove so you will only get heat in front of it. It is not a convector.also the handle on this gets red-hot and the ashpan is tiny. I have since taken it out and replaced with a stovax stockton 7.
Stove expert replied: This stove can produce up to 9kW of heat so should heat a small / medium room well. It will only produce a good heat if the conditions provided are correct though: Flue draw as per the manufacturers guidelines. Fuel to be dry and seasoned with a moisture content of less than 20% It has been installed correctly There is enough free air to allow combustion (either an air brick or room ventilator is required for this size stove) It is operated correctly
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very disappointed with the heat output. I really don't believe I am getting any more heat from it than I was from my old stove. It was a waste of money. The only advantage is that it will take larger logs. Note it was fitted by a qualified Hetas installer and insulated with rockwool.
Stove expert replied: What a shame that this stove does not seem to be producing a good heat output. Is the stove working hard and using a lot of fuel? If this is the case then the flue draw may be in excess of that which Arada specify, this needs further investigation. Have you tried smokeless fuel on the stove as this can sometimes improve the output. Does the surrounding fireplace get warm as further insulation may be required to keep the heat in the firebox and then allow for it to radiate into the room better.