Charnwood C Five

£1,254

5KW Charnwood C Five

Standard Colour Black

Description

Charnwood C Five Wood Burning and Multi Fuel Stove.

The Charnwood C Five stove delivers an exceptionally clean burn with outstanding efficiency. The C Four is one of the biggest selling stoves from the Charnwood range. Fitted with a drop-in multi-fuel grate it can burn solid fuel. An optional store stand is also available so the stove can be raised off the ground. A rear heat shield is also available so the stove can sit closer to the wall. The Charnwood C Five is one of the latest additions to the C-Series.
It has a similar output to the C Four but with landscape proportions. This means it can take a longer log length of 305mm (12″). The stove is firebrick lined. In certain situations it can be installed without the need for external air due to its rated output of 5kW.

As you would expect, this stove meets the DEFRA requirements. This makes it suitable for use in smoke control areas.

The C Series is one of Charnwood’s latest innovations. This range of classically styled wood burning stoves feature one single air control. Also, an integrated inlet for ducting external air improves performance and efficiency. There are six stoves within the C-Series.

 

Charnwood C Five Devon Cornwall Dorset Somerset South West

 

Key Features

  • Fuel: Wood or Multi-fuel
  • Output: Nominal 5Kw
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • 2022 SIA Eco Design
  • BLU Technology
  • Construction: Steel Body, Cast Iron Doors
  • Airwash: Yes
  • Approved for Smoke-Free Zones: Yes (Wood)
  • Efficiency: 75.7%
  • Max Log Length: 305mm (12″)

Optional Extras

  • Reciprocating Grate
  • Various Colour Options
  • Vertical Rear Flue Adaptor
  • Heat Shield
  • Riddling Grate & Ash Tray
  • Log Store Stand
  • Flue Boiler

 

Additional information

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Dimensions without stand

Dimensions with stand

Distance to combustibles

Flue Outlet

Maximum log length

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Installation of domestic solid fuel, oil or gas appliances must be certified by a competent engineer. A HETAS, OFTEC or GAS SAFE Engineer is recommended or equivalent governing body. Building Regulations approval is also possible when work is carried out by a competent person.

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