The Bergen Nordpejs stove is made from both cast iron and steel.
Self adjusting feet.
- Height: 650mm
- Width: 545mm
- Depth: 390mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 84.4%
Most Recent Review
This stove has proven a dream for use in a 40m2 living room which it can heat and keep warm without issue. We have a 6" liner and the draw is excellent in a 10m chimney - there is no need for... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The optimum operating temperature registered on a flue thermostat is between 230 - 460 F (110 - 250C) so you are running this stove far too hot for the hour long period, this can potentially lead to distortion of the body so can't be recommended and should be avoided. Short periods of fast burn (no longer than 20mins) when a fire is established should be adequate to clean off any residues that are produced during slumbering periods.
Most Popular Review
It is a lovely stove but only suitable for very good chimneys. The literature does not make this clear. I have lined my chimney but it still doesn't work, the fire goes out if the door is... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I am sure that there will be a way to make this stove work better! Contact a chimney specialist for further assistance as it is shame if you are disappointed. Otherwise contact manufacturer for help as to how to overcome this problem.
More reviews for Bergen stove (page 1 of 3)
I love my woodburner which was installed Sept 17.My only issue with it is twice now the baffle plate has fallen down. We place the logs in gently, just wondered if any other Bergen owners... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It would appear that there is only one position for the baffle to be located if you refer to the manual, and I am unaware of other customers that have had this issue.
We have had our Bergen for just over a year now and find it absolutely fantastic. Lighting is easy, ( I use one natural lighting product, about 12 bits of kindling and two logs), the Bergen... [ read more ]
Ever since I had this installed in February we have had nothing but problems lighting the fire. Numerous occasions my living room has been filled with smoke, and I mean a lot of smoke. We''ve... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The manufacturer is making contact with the customer to try to resolve the problem being experienced. If the flue draw is too low (this can be tested by the installer) then a flue fan may be required and this is then an installation problem and not the stove that is at fault. The flue used is rear on this installation and ideally it should top, the gases are collecting in the 45 degree elbows and preventing them from getting away quickly hence the problem. Either change to 90 degree T or top flue recommended, customer to follow up with installer.
This stove is a dream. Easy to light even without kindling using hardwood logs and will burn steadily and strongly for about 45 minutes for every half log at around 350F to 400F. Tremendous... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The fuel is one key element to ensure the stove performs to the best it can. Nice review.
This stove looks great but is almost impossible to control. The installer has extended the insulated flue twice - now 6m long in total. I have "discovered" that you can double the draft from... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The two controls and how they operate are explained on page 10 of the manual. As you have another stove in the property this may be affecting the flue draw on this flue system, did the installer do a flue draw test to establish that it meets at nominal effect there should be a negative pressure of 12 to 25 Pascal. Is there an sir brick in the room? Insufficient air supply can cause down-draught and thereby low combustion efficiency and the problems that this entails: soot stains on the glass, inefficient use of the wood and a soot deposits in the chimney. These are popular stoves and the problems you are experiencing are likely to be more to do with the installation than the stove itself.
I have only had my stove for 6 weeks and am finding it very difficult to use. As soon as the thermometer gets to the recommend heat and adding the logs the temp drops and fire goes out. The only way I seem to be keeping the fire alight is by having the door open and that defeats the object. All the lovely flames advertised in the viewing window only last while the kindle is burning. I have watched the fire lighting video from nordpeis and still can't get it to work properly... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: What length is the flue system, and what diameter? Is it a lined flue with insulation? Have you enough air in the room to allow for combustion? It sounds like an installation issue and the installer should be able to assist you further in the first instance to check that it meets with the manufacturers guidelines.
I am about to have the Nordpeis Bergen fire fitted Does anyone know the distance the flue can come out of the back of the fire? I need to have about 750mm horizontal length to breach the wall and fit the 90 degree elbow. I have scored some of the ratings as a 3 until we have the fire working Many thanks Nick... [ read more ]
I had my Bergen fitted at the end of January and I love it. The only issue I have (and I'm sure it's user error!) is difficulty maintaining a consistent heat level and using many more logs than... [ read more ]
Fabulous log burner, not cheap but quality.The "picture window" effect of the fire when running is superb with great heat output but as others have said, put plenty of kindling on to get it... [ read more ]