Sunday, 17 March 2013

Dunsley Highlander Multifuel Stoves

For many years Dunsley dealt mainly in the manufacture of solid fuel open fires, boilers and gas fires, however as tastes change and needs evolve we have recognised this fact and created two different types of Multi-fuel Stoves.
The Highlander range of Stoves includes the Highlander 3, 5, 7, 8 and 10

These stoves are manufactured to the highest standards, in the UK, and using the most relevant methods and the highest quality materials and components.

The Highlander 7 is the middle stove in the Highlander series. It meets the relevant British standards for the whole of the UK and has been developed using the best burning technology to give you a stove with a clean burn and high efficiency.
The Super Air Wash System has been designed to keep the glass clean to give a full view of the superb flame pattern created as the flames rise to meet the incoming air, this causes secondary combustion to take place, resulting in clean burn with dancing flames.
The Highlander 7 can burn logs up to 360mm long or any other solid fuel including peat, coal, coal briquettes and all HETAS approved smokeless fuels.

The Highlander 5 has been developed to increase the choice of the householder, using the same superb burning technology as the Highlander 7. Same air wash system, same shaker system only slightly smaller, but can still take logs up to 280mm long, same range of sustainable fuel, same metallic black finish, solid brass handles as standard, with black handles available on request.

The Highlander 5 differs slightly from the Highlander 7 as the overall size is smaller, this has enabled the design of the door to be altered, so that on the Highlander 5 there is only one door to open for re-fuelling and removing ashes. This also means that the safety precaution to prevent overfiring is automatically provided for.


How it works The Highlander 5 has two combustion controls exactly as the Highlander 7, to control the burning rate, with efficiences of up to 70 percent.

 

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