Scanline 6 stove
The Scanline 6 stove is a plain contemporary stove.
The Scanline 6 has one plain door with glass panel.
The body is square
the legs are relatively long.
The top of this Scanline model is flat and the output of the stove is less than 5kw -
so you do not need an air ventilation kit.
- Height: 681mm
- Width: 420mm
- Depth: 391mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood
- Nominal Heat Output: 4.5kW
- Efficiency: 84%
Most Recent Review
seen it described on some sites as a multi burner, and on others its just wood.It seems to have an adjustable grate though.
Stove expert replied: This stove will burn wood, brown coal briquette (lignite) and manufactured biofuels.
Most Popular Review
pattern and beautiful radiant and convection heat. When burning wood it seems to go on forever, unlike my previous stove which consumed wood at an astonishing rate. These Danes certainly know a thing or two about stoves. I have recommended this stove to my best friend and they are equally delighted. You cannot go wrong with this stove, a great bit of kit and if you are a first time user then you will wonder why its taken so long to get one.
More reviews for Scanline 6 stove
and rock solid. Bought it for occasional use in a medium-sized room. Ideal.
Stove expert replied: Feedback on buying a stove is invaluable! Take your time to choose a stove, it is worth every minute.
is adequate for me. Overall great value for the cost.
bed of embers in the bottom for prolonged burning. Wonderful flame pattern at low air flow.Check window and door fittings after a couple of weeks, they do work loose.Tips for beginners. First purchase is a good wood supply and store.Get a good qualified installer.All stoves need controlling, cleaning and maintenance. It will become a hobby.They need time to heat up, allow an hour before you need the heat.Do not over spec. They work best at maximum heat so if your room needs 4kw get a 4kw stove.
Stove expert replied: Stoves do need to work to maintain a clear flue but a slightly oversized appliance (for exceptionally cold conditions, say 2kW's larger than required) would be fine providing the fuel used is dry and well seasoned and short periods of fast burn are undetaken daily.