The Stovax Riva 76 is the larger of the Riva range, but, unlike the others, it is a wood burning stove only.
Boasting a huge area of glass, the 76 produces a whopping 9.0kW of peak heat – enough for modern barn conversion or large open plan apartment. This fire also comes with an optional ducting kit that allows the piping of heat to other parts of the room, or even elsewhere in the house.
Slightly less efficient than the Riva 66 or Riva 66 Avanti at 78%, the Riva 76 does also offer the chance to include a fan assisted convection kit to provide hot air from the first lighting. Of course, this model includes Stovax’s latest combustion technology to ensure the fuel is burned as efficiently as possible releasing the least number of pollutants.
The Riva 76 has a great contemporary styling and is suited to either hearth or wall mounting (using the 3 or 4-sided frames available). There is a choice of colours (Black or Storm) and the frames can be standard size or wide.
All-in-all the Stovax Riva 76 stove is a great representation of woodburning technology at its best.