Dunsley Highlander 8 stove
The Dunsley Highlander 8 has 2 cast iron doors with viewing panels made of glass.
The log length is up to 460mm.
The Highlander stove has got air wash system.
Knobbs on doors are available in black, brass or polished steel.
As it is a multi fuel stove it has a grate & ash pan
can burn wood or fossil fuel.
- Height: 630mm
- Width: 605mm
- Depth: 385mm
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Stove expert replied: Routine maintenance is important and should not be missed to insure the stove works as efficiently and effectively as possible..
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Stove expert replied: I would try smokeless fuel in the stove as you may find this will give a better heat output to room and water being a concentrated pro-longed heat source. If you decide to remove this stove YOU MUST NOT FILL THE BOILER WITH SAND AND USE AS A DRY STOVE, this was advice given by the health an safety department several years ago. I would suggest selling it to someone wanting a boiler model. The Dove will give you 10kW's to water and 2kW's to room should you opt for this model in the future. I would suggest getting your requirements calculated by a heating engineer to insure that the stove is able to provide your requirements.
have vents top & bottom which when closed still didn't shut off enough air so fitted blanking plates to both lower door vents. Lights easily but important to get it up to temp & KEEP it at full temp to keep the glass clear. A good budget alternative to the Island II. Would buy again.
lasted 3 MONTHS before starting to break up. The Fuel Retaining bar which was not ordered but supplied and charged for with Throat Plate, had to be ground before it would fit. This was my first experience of a Multi-fuel stove and I now have a good idea of what to look for if I replace it. Overall it's satisfactory but I'm not impressed.