Dru 64cb stove
It is made of cast iron and has primary, secondary and tertiary air control.
The multifuel model has an option of a coal funnel which feeds the coal into the stove at intervals guided by a thermostat.
- Height: 750mm
- Width: 650mm
- Depth: 565mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Woodburning
- Nominal Heat Output: 9kW
- Efficiency: 75%
Most Recent Review
I've had my Dru 64 multi fuel stove for 10yrs, it's a brilliant work horse and still looks like new. (Despite heavy use by us) After it's been lit for 2-3 hrs, the room is beautifully warm and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great comments for the Dru stove, if you are adding coal (smokeless fuel) to this stove then it is likely to be the multifuel option and not the CB version.
Most Popular Review
We bought and installed the woodburning version just in time for the recent snowy spell. After several weeks of near constant use, we can't praise it enough. The build quality is excellent and... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Stylish stoves, reasonably priced with good results. The side door great for many situations. No logs larger than a 100mm diameter recommended on stoves to ensure that a good rate of combustion occurs.
More reviews for Dru 64cb stove
We ordered and installed the Dru64 MF last august and it has been amazing. It has kept the whole house warm, is easy to light and has stayed in all day whilst out to work. When I came home... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Even though you empty the ash pan regularly it is important to remove ash build up from ledges, and areas where it can collect etc so that the stove is maintained in the best possible condition. What has happened is a shame but I am pleased that Dru are sending replacements to rectify this.
This stove is a cracker I agree with all the positive comments. I have had it for 2 winters now It's a very efficient burning machine and I love it. I cooked on top of it the other night during... [ read more ]
Have this Dru 64 in the woodburner version, not multifual model, and all I can say is......What a great wood burner, so well made and easy to use. Talk about heavy to instal, but that is what... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review.
We have had the Dru 64mf installed begin 2011 and having a small Stovax for a few years I thought that Stovax was the best.The Dru I find is easier to light and allows for much better control... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Dru is known for good build quality. Many manufacturers tools have become more flimsy as they capitalize on foundries increased costs. Some customers love the feature of a removable handle to ensure the safety of children but it doesn't suit everyone. Cast stoves are known to take longer to heat up but will retain the heat when the firebox is low of fuel, great for overnight longevity of heat. Good review, thanks.
I spent ages looking at different stoves. Really ages.I wanted a stove that was capable of heating my 30x16' living room and 15x9' kitchen adjacent, that was really well made, would last for... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is worth emptying the ash daily to ensure that it doesn't build up and touch the underneath of the grate system as this will lead to a shortening of their life. Short periods of fast burn should be undertaken for 15 - 20mins twice a day if the stove is slumbering for the rest of the time. Never leave the bottom door open for more than 20 mins as this will overheat the appliance.
Having waited weeks to receive my cream DRU 64 it arrived damaged, the enamel was coming off in 2 places, had it been touched more enamel would have just fallen off. A replacement stove was... [ read more ]
Update since posting the "Poor product poor manufacturer" DRU have been in contact and apologised for the breakdown in quality control and promised an enquiry into what went wrong. They have... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great to hear that your issues have been resolved satifactorily.