Heta Inspire 45 stove
The Inspire 45 stove is a multi fuel stove with an nominal heat output of 4.9 kW. The stove is highly efficient at 84% and is also approved for smoke control areas.
- Height: 555mm
- Width: 540mm
- Depth: 377mm
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more like an 8kw stove and indeed, the heat output is phenomenal. The stove oozes contemporary quality and the flame patterns are gorgeous through the lovely and big window. You can literally see the secondary air system cleaning the vermiculite bricks from sooty to clean and the glass window remains clean after many huge firings, so the air wash system works a treat. Priced sensibly, it's a quality Danish engineered stove from a company who seem to take the best ideas (single lever controlling air flow is so easy to use) from competitors and integrates them into their designs with care and precision. This is, a corker of a stove!
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a loud clicking noise, just about all the time, except for moments when it''s quiet for about 15 minutes - then clicks loudly again when either cooling down or after putting another log on.... I only burn dry and seasoned Ash and hardwood. From all the reviews I have read here nobody seems to have this problem! Yet I have read about this continuing clicking on other reviews. I wonder if it has a fault that can be fixed within the stove - and if so who do I contact?
Stove expert replied: It has been known that the metal expanding and contracting on a stove can cause a clicking sound, you would need to go back to the supplier / manufacturer for their advice.
pan is as pathetic as it gets, simply hopeless. Hovever, this really isn''t a problem as ash can easily be removed from the buring area with a small coal shovel.Burns well with seasoned hard wood below 20% moisture.
with life and log fires. Look no further.
Stove expert replied: What a recommendation, great review!
real pain. Once it's going it's great but getting there is not straightforward. Would not have bought it if I had known that I couldn't burn coal in an emergency.
Stove expert replied: Household coal is not recommended for most closed appliances due to it being dirty and burning with a longer flame than smokeless fuels.
slowly or fast as controlled and can keep my small detached house warm even when it is freezing outside. Just one quirky aspect - with my model, bought in 2015, you have to keep the door slightly ajar when first lighting, as there is no setting to give a high oxygen flow during those first minutes before a strong draught has been set up and the door can be closed. Just occasionally this can release a little smoke into the room, but generally a draught is quickly set up and this is not a problem.Highly recommended for making your house a home.
Stove expert replied: Many installations can require more draught on initial lighting to aid the draw on the cold flue system and once warmed the draw increases allowing the gases to lift away from the stove effectively.
to get it to light. I use top down lighting. With the air right open it pulls like a train and you have to shut it back or its too hot and eats fuel, but apparently you shouldn't run these flat out for any period anyway. The glass soots up if you shut the air right down, like when we go out and leave it, but as soon as its opened up again and refueled it pretty much burns off. I clean the glass with ordinary window cleaner and a little ash if there is anything stubborn. It leaves so little ash, I only have to remove some ash every 6 or uses. Very Happy.
Stove expert replied: Short periods of fast burn (no more than 20 mins max) are good for a stove to burn off tar residues that are produced during a slumber period. If the stove draws too vigorously you may need a flue damper to get better control, this is something that an installer can guide you on as they can take a flue draw measurement to confirm that it meets and matches the manufacturers recommendations.
source) and for some reason he removed a baffle plate saying it would improve performance it hasn't! Its hard to light, smoky, the glass is dirty - a very expensive disappointment!!
Stove expert replied: It sounds as if the flue draw is poor and possibly there is not enough free air in the room for combustion to occur correctly so this should be checked out thoroughly. There are things that can be done such as an air brick, elongating the flue, lining the flue etc.
burns well even with poorly seasoned wood. The single lever control is simple and effective with a sensible range. I also love the big window and effective air wash. Very happy and a bargain price for such an excellent unit.