What is a mass stove?

The mass stove is an economical, practical and ecologically sound solution to the problem of home heating.

Several essential matters distinguish the mass stove significantly from conventional stoves.

The interior of the mass stove is designed so that rising smoke is burned yet again and dispersed through long flues throughout the stove. This utilizes almost all of the energy for heating and only a small percentage of the heat goes out the chimney.

Because the smoke is burned a second time in an upper chamber the combustion process is cleaner.

Because of its large mass and extensive heat channelling, the mass stove is the most effective way to utilize energy from wood.

Combustion temperature in the stoves upper chamber is 900 degrees C. This gives a clean combustion utilizing all the energy and making for a minimum of pollution.

Despite the high temperatures in the core of the stove, the stoves surface remains at a constant temperature of 45-55 degrees C, making it child safe and allowing for the placement of furniture close to the stove. Normal problems with very strong radiant heat are totally avoided.

With only one fire a day, consisting of 12-15 kg of firewood, the mass stove can produce 1.5 - 2.5 kw in 24 hours - enough to heat a 125-150 sq.m. home.

A baking oven can be built into the mass stove, and it is possible to connect a hot-water system to the mass stove.

In addition to all this the stove is beautiful, and there are countless design possibilities, so that it can be designed for individual tastes and needs.

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