Parkray Aspect 5
Parkray Aspect 5 is available as a standard, compact or slimline sizes giving flexibility to where you can fit this 5kW stove.
- Height: 590mm
- Width: 494mm
- Depth: 364mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.9kW
- Efficiency: 79.1%
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Stove expert replied: It is recommended with any stove to leave the door ajar for a few seconds to allow it to re-pressurise.
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easy to control with just one controller. We could not rate it any higher.
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Stove expert replied: Nice comments.
as I have 2 in house there's a different feel to the same control .
Stove expert replied: Have you discussed this issue with the supplier?
leaving the downstairs doors open it heats the whole house. We are very pleased with this stove.
Stove expert replied: Great review.
annoying and does spoil the stove slightly
The stove works brilliantly when the doors are closed! It seems to me like the box is too tall! And the multifuel kit rises it up and the smokes goes up the flue better! Would like to know if anyone else has had this problem?
Stove expert replied: If smoke comes back into the room once the flue is warmed, it is normally due to not enough draw being present that will lift the flue gases away from the firebox,, were the flue draw measurements taken at the time of installation, did they match what is recommended by the manufacturer? Is there enough air in the room, is the flue height the 4.5mtrs recommended?
didn''t seem to matter too much that 75% of the heart from the fire went straight up the chimney ! But the problem was the room was still cold.So we made many enquiries, and finally settled on the Parkway Aspect 5 just before Christmas. We have never looked back, by which I mean we have been bakingly warm each night, using less than half the wood we used each night before to reach a tepid temperature.Luckily the huge felled copper beech tree which we felled at the end of December 2016, and would have given us 5 years of fuel, will now give us well over 10..!A highly recommended wood burning stove !PS I have improvised a small tray (a cut down old baking tray!) beneath the door to catch ash. This would be a small, but necessary, improvement, in my view.
Stove expert replied: Great review. Stoves are a great improvement to an open fire and efficiency wise there is no comparison.
the vent so that the logs aren''t burning too fiercely but the slide control is not very precise. I would prefer one with a ratchet mechanism. It is a nice looking stove and i like the big glass door. It certainly kicks out the heat when you open up the vent fully.
Stove expert replied: Running the stove on max should be used with care and for periods of 15 - 20mins only followed by a slower burning period. Depending on how long the stove is lit and on how large a load of logs you have needs to be clearer to say if normal or excessive. You will only get out of a stove what you put into it with regards to the fuel providing the installation falls between the normal parameters for the given stove.