The Churchill 5 convection stove has gently curved side panels and a top plate that give the Churchill a distinctively different look. A convection stove gives a better distribution of heat and can, therefore, heat a larger area faster than a standard radiant stove. The distance to combustible materials is lower than a standard radiant stove, and they are therefore more suited to timber-framed buildings and open plan areas.
This stove is now Ecodesign ready and adheres to all of the current specifications for the new Clean Air legislation coming into effect in 2022.
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Churchill woodburning and multifuel stoves control combustion air by adjusting a single cool touch lever which directs combustion air and allows for more complete combustion. Churchill models are designed with an external air connection allowing combustion air to come from outside and not from the room.
|Recommended heat area up to||96.6m3|
|Efficiency||W: 81% C: 70.1%|
|CO @ 13%||W 0.06 C 0.17|
|Particulates mg/mo3 @13%||W 23 C 22|
|Maximum log length||300mm|
|Distance combustible materials rear||100mm|
|Distance combustible materials side||150mm|
|Distance to the centre of top flue outlet from the back of the stove||130mm|
|Height to the centre of rear outlet||514mm|
|Optional closed combustion||Yes|
|Suitable for glass floor plate||Yes|