Jetmaster 18q Freestanding Stove
- 85% efficient
- Wood and multi-fuel stove
- Defra approved
- No air supply required
A roaring log fire has always brought a sense of warmth to a room, not only through their heat but through the bright flames.
Sadly, most open fires tend to be inefficient but modern wood stoves give a credible alternative that is both economical and environmentally friendly.
Take the Jetmaster 18q, for example. A British-built solid steel stove, the 18q has a clean, simple design in a dark grey colour, broken only by the removable handle and the simple heat control at the front. Cool air is drawn in at the base of the front and warm air gradually dispersed from the top. This convection system is helped by radiant heat through the wide area of glass.
As the air is drawn in, it is passed across the glass to keep it free of smuts. The same flow uses the fuel to heat up twice to ensure the most efficiency. Indeed, the 18q works so well that it produces up to 4.9kW whilst achieving an impressive potential 85% efficiency. DEFRA are so impressed by the 18q that they have cleared it for use in Smoke Controlled Areas.
This stove can be specified as either a wood burning stove (burning logs up to 300mm in length) or multi-fuel to heat rooms of up to 100m³. As with all stoves, a good air supply is needed and, if your home is well-insulated, you might consider the optional Direct Air Supply kit, which brings air in direct from outside rather than creating a draught within the room.
The Jetmaster 18q can be mounted on a purpose-built bench if required.
Such an attractive and efficient stove deserves a place in many homes.
Read some useful tips on using and looking after your new wood burning stove.
|Maximum Room Size||100m³|
|Maximum Heat Output||4.9kW|
|Distance from Rear to Centre of Flue||123mm|
|Maximum Log Length||300mm|