Wamsler 1100 series cooking range
The Wamsler cooking range 1100 series is a big cooking range - this model has a 64.100btu boiler size - you can move the firebox up & down so that you can set the boiler size to anywhere betwen 10.000btu & 64.100btu.
The heat can be taken around the stove or a baffle can be set to divert the heat around the oven - this gives the Wamsler boiler cookers quite a bit of flexibility.
The flue pipe can come out of the top or side or back.
- Height: 850mm
- Width: 1110mm
- Depth: 600mm
- Flue Diameter: 150mm
- Fuel: Wood or coal
- Nominal Heat Output: 27kW
- Efficiency: 79.2%
Most Recent Review
, at first i was a bit disappointed with it, because it would only burn wood and coal, and i wanted to burn household waste paper and everything else on it, just like i used to do on my old rayburn! But with me coming from a engineering background, i decide to modify the grate on the 1100, and replace it with one i made myself, and now i can burn everything on it!! you name it, and the stove will burn it! after, lots of trial and error i worked it out, and it is now very very economical, in the winter it burns 1 cwt of welsh anthracite or welsh cobbles, and 14 small logs and 7 very large logs a week, when i mean by very large logs i mean logs that measure up to 40 cm long X 26cm deep X 17 cm wide These very large logs, are loaded when the fire in the fire box is very low, through the top plate of the stove, because i live in a big old drafty town house i have to keep the stove in most of the year and only let it go out from july until the beginning of october, at the beginning of the warmer weather, and up to the beginning of july the stove burns 2 small logs a day and a 25 kg bag of multiheat coal a week, all i know that it is a very good economical stove and if anything went wrong with this one, i would purchase another one tomorrow!
Most Popular Review
fantastic for cooking many different items at the same time the oven is tricky as the temerature control can be difficult to regulate but that's down to me for being over zelous with the fire, the house feels so different with a lovely ambiance of warmth throughout the ten rooms at very little running cost which surprised me reading about the cavernous fire box area but with my range the fuel consumption is less than I thought it was going to be around 12 large logs and 10kgs of coal a day provides all hot water central heating and cooking for the 24 hours, the over night burn with 4 large ash logs put in the fire box10:00 pm and the air shut down, it will alow the logs to burn slow enough to keep the house warm all night and when I come to it around 6.30 all it needs to spark back into life is a quick grate riddle the air vents opening a charge of logs and it's away once again in my situation living 1000 feet up a mountain in North Wales I should have bought one twenty years ago, the best thing since sliced bread.