Stovax Huntingdon 20


Fuel Type: Wood or Multi-Fuel

Output: 4.1kW

Compact Gothic Cast Iron Styling

Available with Either a Clear or Tracery Door

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Stovax Huntingdon 20 Wood or Multi-Fuel Stove

Carrying on the legacy of the much-loved Huntingdon 30, the new smaller Stovax Huntingdon 20 stove offers a heat output range of 3 – 5.5kW. This makes it an ideal choice for smaller living spaces. With an option for either a clear or tracery door, this stove can be matched to both modern and traditional settings. Featuring Cleanburn, Airwash and Convector Heat Systems, the Huntingdon 20 is at the forefront of stove innovations. Boasting an impressive efficiency of 80.8% the wood version is class A+ and the multi-fuel in class A.

This high-performance stove has reduced clearance to combustibles thanks to an advanced convector combustion system. The spacious viewing window allows for excellent views of the flames. A removable handle gives a cleaner appearance when the fire is not in use. All Huntingdon models are fully Defra Exempt, making them suitable for use anywhere in the UK. It is also suitable for use on a 12mm decorative hearth allowing for easy installation.

Key Features

  • Fuel: Multi-Fuel or Wood
  • Output: Nominal 4.1kW
  • Range: 3kW – 5.5kW
  • Energy Rating: Wood – A+, Multi-Fuel – A
  • Flue Size: 127mm (5″)
  • Flue Options: Top or Rear
  • Dimensions: W 436mm x H 534mm x D 423mm (Inc. Ashlip)
  • Construction: Cast Iron
  • Airwash: Yes
  • Approved for Smoke-Free Zones: Yes
  • Efficiency: 80.8%
  • Max Log Length: 250mm (10″)

Optional Extras

  • Clear or Tracery Door
  • Wood or Multi-Fuel (+ £200)
  • Direct Air Kit (+ £109.00)

View our full range of Stovax stoves here, including the Huntingdon 30 and Huntingdon 40 models. The Huntingdon 20 is also available as a gas or electric fire.

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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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