Aga Ludlow stove
The Aga Ludlow is a 6.5Kw multi-fuel stove.
- Height: 588mm
- Width: 454mm
- Depth: 456mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 6.5kW
- Efficiency: 76.2%
Most Recent Review
I have been very happy with the performance of this wood burner over the past 6 years, however I have recently noticed that the lower baffle plate has a crack running down the center so it should... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
New to stoves and did a lot of research and waiting (6 months). It came down to the choice of an Aga Ludlow or a Clearview equivalent. Will not knock Clearview as they have plenty of happy customers... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Sound and honest feedback of this happy customer. Good to know that Aga is still maintaining their long established good quality.
More reviews for Aga Ludlow stove (page 1 of 3)
Just purchased an AGA Ludlow which looks great. I only burn wood logs... I don't seem to get it burning with the primary control closed as suggested by the manual. I have a 5m stainless steel... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Using the primary, secondary and tertiary air controls exactly as per the manual may vary depending on the flue draw and fuel type being used, they are meant as a guide and therefore you may need to adjust them to suit your particular situation. Normally an over draught is required for wood burning and an under draught for smokeless fuels. I would start by setting the controls as suggested and then, if needed, gradually open the primary control until a gentle flame picture / controlled burning rate is achieved. As with most stoves it can take some time to find how they work best for your situation, and it can be a case of trial and error until this is achieved.
I install stoves for a living and chose the Ludlow after working with many others on the market. Many stoves are needlessly whistles and bells, creating more to go wrong. My Ludlow is 2 years old and still is in great condition, used regularly by me. It only has a masonry chimney which draws more than adequately. Buy one to find out more........ [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Nice comments with experience of alternative models
Had this Stove professionally fitted in February. I wish I'd bought it years ago. Very easy to clean out - I clean the glass with a damp cloth and a little of the fine ash from the pan. The... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Red discolouration inside a stove is normally indicative that the metal has become too hot, do check the ovoid fuel you are using to ensure that it is suitable for a closed appliance and is not petroleum based. Watch the rate of burn so that it is not too vigorous.
However, there is a design flaw. the top baffle rests on very small shelves, meaning that the slightest touch when loading wood into the stove will make it fall down into the fire. you then... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The baffle plate is designed to direct the flue gases back into the firebox for a cleaner burn. It also ensures that the heat is kept in the firebox so that it can radiate more effectively into the room, should you remove this then more heat will go up the flue system leaving less for the room. It will also subject the stove top to higher than normal working temperatures.
After much consideration due to our smokeless area we chose the se (smoke exempt) version of the Aga Ludlow. Our house was always cold and the central heating was incapable of heating the house... [ read more ]
Have just bought the Ludlow and it looks lovely. We bought 5in flue as this what it states. In the booklet it states 5in for 50cm then should increase to 6in.We purchased 2 lengths of 5in as... [ read more ]
I have recently installed the Aga Ludlow multi fuel and am very pleased with it overall. It lights easily and soon gets up to temperature but I seem to be cleaning the glass door every day.... [ read more ]
Had this stove about 2 years now. Love the design and size of the stove. 2 main negatives for me with this stove is the top plate. This is badly designed and is extremely easy to knock out of... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Lining a flue will enable the flue gases to stay warm and provides the most efficient environment for a stove to operate effectively.