Firefox 5 Cleanburn stove
The Firefox 5 defra approved is for a smokeless area.
This model is a wood burning stove only.
It has 1 plain door with glass for viewing the fire.
The measurements are a little different to the Firefox 5 multi fuel model.
- Height: 558mm
- Width: 450mm
- Depth: 394mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.9kW
- Efficiency: 78%
Most Recent Review
Hello I have just had this stove fitted replacing an existing stove, the top vent doesn't seem to move much at all and when burning smoke less coal, even with both vents closed it seems to be... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The flue draw should have been taken when installed, check that this is as required by the manufacturer. A CB version stove means that it will comply to the regulations for Smoke Controlled Areas and a restrictor has been added to prevent the air control from being able to be closed fully (this means the flue gases are always diluted and the stove is cleaner burning). If the flue draw exceeds the requirements you can have a flue damper or flue stabiliser fitted to help with controlling the rate of burn.
Most Popular Review
You can't keep it going overnight because I have the clean burn version, but no problem. The door handle gets too hot to touch which is annoying, but not a big problem, manufacturers should... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: I recommend keeping an oven glove by the fire when operating the stove so that using the handle does not pose a problem.
More reviews for Firefox 5 Cleanburn stove (page 1 of 2)
In my new home I had a newer version of the stove with a larger more robust handle fitted last week. I've noticed that with this stove, the top angled air brick has a much larger gap (more than... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the previous Firefox was not a cleanburn model then you would have had more control over the rate of burn, the cleanburn models have a restriction on the air control so they comply with the smoke exempt area regulations. This means that they will not fully close to allow for diluted gas emissions and will mean a higher rate of burn.
Further to my previous review I have been to see the retailer and whilst I was in store he rang firefox. It seem that the back blanking plate and the retaining metal lugs fail quite often and... [ read more ]
I have the clean burn version. It was purchased 3 yrs ago. it has always had a hot spot just above the top hinge as a result the rope has to be changed each year. The latest problem is that... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The round disc with rope round it that you found on the floor at the back of the stove is the hot plate that seals off the flue outlet that is not being used and needs to be reinstated prior to using the stove again. I wound suggest having an engineer undertake a full service of the appliance to make sure that all parts are correctly aligned. Once undertaken you should be able to get the best from your stove. Do make sure that you have had the chimney swept as well so that the flue system is clean from debris.
I have had the Firefox 5 multistove cleanburn approx a year, installed in my static holiday home ..great heat output. Easy to master with the vent controls .great looking stove . I have a Stovax... [ read more ]
I've installed both a 5.1 & 8.1 Firefox cleanburn in my home, really pleased with them and would recommend them to anyone wishing to install one in there home. The only thing for me is as mine... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The Defra Approved models have this adjustment on the air control which makes them comply due to the flue gases always being diluted by the air passing through the stove, These can't be removed I'm afraid.
Love this stove can I use coal on it
Stove expert replied: Household coal is not recommended for closed appliances smokeless fuels are what should be used especially as this is a clean burning model and coal is certainly not a clean burning fuel! Refer to the stove manual for further advice on fuel types.
lovely stove. have been using for 2 years now. I have a semi detached 3 bed council house with a central chimney. the stove heats the whole house by warming up the chimney, without the need to put on central heating. what I would love to know though is how much co2 is produced per KW/hr. can anyone help with this?.... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good review. The emissions will depend on the fuel type being used, control settings and may possibly be affected by weather conditions so your question is hard to quantify.
love this fire although think we should have got a bigger output. The only fault is that since we had the stove put in in March this year 2015 the back brick has cracked twice, we only replaced... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Providing the liners stay in place they can be used when cracked, they need to protect the metal of the stove. Be careful when loading a stove as if the fuel is put into the firebox with force it can lead to a shortening of the liners life.
We have one of these which was already fitted to the house when we moved in.Burns well but the secondary air control doesn't really do anything. Ok when burning coal but wood really needs the... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The top air control will have some adjustment but will not close completely as the air is needed to comply to the smoke control regulations. Try only adjusting the bottom control slightly at a time until you get a steady flame picture.