Hwam Ravel stove
The Hwam Ravel stove is a contemporary wood burning stove made in Denmark.
This Hwam stove is ok to use in a smoke control area.
As the output is les than 5kw you do not need a direct air supply for this model -
but there is a direct air supply kit available for all the Hwam models.
If you use the back outlet flue on the Hwam stoves you would need to have a top closing plate & a rear flue extension kit.
This curved stove has one door with a curved glass panel.
There is a multi fuel kit available for the Hwam Ravel model.
- Height: 1040mm
- Width: 512mm
- Depth: 408mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood burning
Most Recent Review
My Hwam ravel I burn coal mostly as its easy to light and burns great. I've done this for over a year and its been fine. I mostly leave the door open on it when it's lit properly. And I... [ read more ]
Most Popular Review
As as stove to go into a contemporary home this is beautiful and a piece of sculpture. We are in a city so the airwash system is important for complete fuel burning. We burn 2 year old seasoned... [ read more ]
More reviews for Hwam Ravel stove
We have had this stove for 4 years. No problems at all, lights easy, burns well. Open door put in logs, repeat when burned to ash. The automatic is great. Its on virtually every night, I wonder... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good sensible advice for other stove users. Thanks.
Fantastic Style used it for 3yrs but not that goodBut Burning area too small not the best to control Automatic sensor been changed twice would not purchase another hwamWe are now in process... [ read more ]
Having had this stove for 2.5 years I am fairly happy with it. Being made of steel it has rusted inside quite badly and the automatic air sensor rusts also, I am on the third one now, also if... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: it sounds like this stove might be in a damp environment. The air sensor is on the outside of the stove as far as I remember on this model. To keep a stove drier during the months it is not lit open the ash pan door a bit to let air flow through. Also make sure that there is a rain cap of some sort to prevent rain entry into the chimney.
these are great stoves and burn extremely efficiently, although the firebox is small because of the angled back brick/baffle plate it doesnt matter because it burns the wood so efficiently the... [ read more ]