Stratford EB 20 HE
Giving out 20kW to water and 10kW to the room the EB 20 is a high output boiler stove able to run a whole house.
- Height: 659mm
- Width: 590mm
- Depth: 443mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 70.5%
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Had one of these fitted this year to replace a parkray chilltern 111 that was well over due to be replaced. The Stratford boiler is great and is running 8 double radiators 3 which are over... [ read more ]
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I purchased this stove with the intention to greatly reduce, if not completely do away with my oil bill. Since the installation has been completed I've just put my oil heating on once. It's... [ read more ]
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I've had solid fuel boilers for the last 35 years. My last boiler was a Coalbrookedale Severn I didn't think I would get another boiler good enough to replace it I had to choose another model... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Do make sure that you use the stove effectively and not leave it slumbering for long periods (short periods of fast burn are recommended throughout the day). Was the stoves' output calculated by a Heating Engineer to suit your requirements as leaving the back door open because it is too hot is concerning. When considering a stove purchase do buy a stove that matches your needs and not one that is too large, having a stove shut down all the time can lead to flue problems.
Had this stove fitted recently. Delighted with it's performance so far. Comfotably heats 14 radiators brilliantly, loads of really hot water, and with 3' of exposed flue pipe it gives brilliant... [ read more ]
Had one of these stoves fitted 3 months ago to replace a solid fuel Rayburn not happy with it's performance or am I expecting to much ? I burn well seasoned wood (20% or under moisture)but... [ read more ]
Procrastinated for over a year on stove selection, this one was highly recommended. installed it in July to complement the oil system by connecting them both to a heat store. We are now running... [ read more ]
On the whole I am very pleased with this stove. Heat output is more than enough to supply central heating and hot water to 10 radiators in a 3 bedroom 1960s semi detached house. Build quality... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The thermostat probe used to be slotted into a pocket on the back of their boiler stoves and the new location is meant to be an improvement on sensing water temperature in the new style boiler jacket. I would expect a stove to need attention at least twice every day to remove ash and for refuelling, if left for longer periods they tend to choke themselves. The thermostat clearance can be checked, and instructions should be in the manual, access through the plate on the left hand side of the stove.
Overall a very good and efficient stove. I would like a flue damper on this stove as I live in an area with high winds. Is this possible ?.
Stove expert replied: A flue damper can be added to an existing flue system providing there is enough single skin flue to accommodate it, ideally in a top flue installation as this will make it easier to operate.
We bought this stove to both heat our kitchen and also - when needed - run our central heating system by burning only wood. It seems well built and of a good quality finish. It lights easily... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: The grate should be set in the - position for wood burning which will direct air over the fuel which is required for this fuel. This is the same control as you use for riddling the stove to remove ash.
There is no back on the ash box which is only a small issue but means that ash falls out the back when you try to clean it out. The ash box is also smaller than the grate and the ash falls either... [ read more ]