Morso Squirrel Convector 1442 stove
The Morso Squirrel Convector stove has got 2 steel ribbed panels on the sides.
The air gets trapped between the 2 layers as it warms up giving a gentle circulation of air around stove into the room.
This convector model used to be available as the 1430 model - but has now been replaced with the present model suitable for wood burning in a smokeless area.
- Height: 715mm
- Width: 435mm
- Depth: 368mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 74.6%
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Stove expert replied: in order to minimise smoke you should run your stove relatively hard, and should definitely not try to turn it down for the night.
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light and, crucially, it heats an identically sized room (19 foot by 13 foot) far more quickly and with a more comfortable heat. Once lit and with the temperature at 300 degrees (use a stove thermometer) it will burn beautifully for hours with minimal encouragement (using decent hardwood of course). Had it for over 2 years now. Highly recommended.
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goes from the top of the stove straight up. It looks fantastic all the time but when burning it is difficult to get visitors to leave at the end of an evening because it is so cosy. I easily installed the Squirrel myself with the stovesonline dot co dot uk flu design service making it a surprisingly quick and simple job. It burns better and is easier to control than any other stove I've used over the years in rented cottages and you can tell technology has come a long way in the last few years in the multi-fuel stove world.