Stratford EB 25 HE
The largest in the range the Stratford EB 25 gives out up to an impressive 25kW of heat to water and 12kW to the room.
- Height: 725mm
- Width: 678mm
- Depth: 489mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Multifuel
- Efficiency: 71.6%
Most Recent Review
We purchased this stove as it was the only one we could find with the required output to water.Positives are that it burns very well and does give most of it''s heat to water. It has a large... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: You should not have a boiling water noise in the system as this is indicating the heat is not getting away fast enough from the stove, do get the plumbing system checked as the pipework should rise away from the stove, be correctly sized for the demand on the system etc and with a heat leak radiator should mean the water can't boil (open vented system layout) as this is loosing heat all the time. Only if the stove got into an over-drawing position where the thermostat is stuck open with a full firebox of fuel would it be likely to get a boil situation.
Most Popular Review
We bought the stove in september and had it fitted by hetas approved engineers but right from the first week we had problems with it not heating radiators and not being able to control the burn... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If the stove is working hard and you are not able to shut is down it may be an over-drawing flue preventing the heat from going to the water. A flue damper or stabilizer can be fitted so that more control can be achieved and this would help to keep more heat in the firebox so that it transfers to the water effectively. Your installer should be able to advise further. It may also be worth trying smokeless fuel to see if the performance improves.
More reviews for Stratford EB 25 HE
Since 2006 had a Hunter 14 good stove but not boiler type. As they do not do a boiler model big enough as I have 18 radiators went for the 25HE after much research on internet. Fitted the latest... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great review and sounds like you are warm and toasty!
is the Stratford he25 OK to connect to a pressurised system
Stove expert replied: Yes it is possible using a heat plate exchanger and a qualified heating engineer should be able to advise you further.
It is well built, huge firebox, easy to use and gives out plenty of heat to water and rads . My heating is zoned so when the water gets hot enough usually after thirty minutes my down stairs... [ read more ]