Stovax Riva 50 Inset


5KW Stovax Riva 50 Inset Wood Burning Stove.


The Stovax Riva 50 Inset Wood Burning Stove.

The Stovax Riva 50 Inset gives a wonderful view of the radiant, dancing flames.
This inset wood burning and multi-fuel fire enjoys clean, contemporary lines. It fits into a 22” high and wide fireplace opening. As a result it will suit many typical hearths.
The Riva range also offers excellent performance. It is Ecodesign ready. It is also DEFRA approved when fitted with the optional Smoke Control Kit. You can expect a very usable 7KW of power from this compact inset stove. This results in a stove that will heat a small to medium sized room with ease.
Added to this there are two frame options. The three sided frame is ideal if you want the appliance sitting on a hearth. The four sided frame makes it ideal for the ‘hole in the wall’ look. These frames are available in wide and standard widths.
It’s simple to refuel the stove with an easy to use handle which is also discreet and removable. The Stovax Riva 50 also has a stainless steel Ashpan for easy cleaning. A single lever controls the output of the stove. Stovax have created the unique ‘Opti-Burn’ setting. This provides the best efficiency and visual effect for wood burning.
There is an optional fan-assisted convection circulation kit. This provides a quicker heat delivery to the room when first lit.
If you’re looking for a more powerful output, consider the Riva 55 Inset. There are four models in the Riva range of inset stoves. Please call us or visit our showroom to find out more about these options.


Stovax Riva 50 in room setting


Key Features.

  • Fuel: Wood Burning and Multi Fuel
  • Output: Nominal 7Kw
  • Energy Rating: A+
  • Eco Design 2022 Ready
  • Construction: Steel Body / Cast Iron Door
  • Airwash: Yes
  • Approved for Smoke-Free Zones: Yes
  • Efficiency: 83%


Additional information

Fuel Type




Steel body, cast iron door, fire bricks, ceramic glass.


Width 632mm. Height 599mm. Depth 350mm.

Flue Outlet

Top. 5 inch.

Maximum log length


Product enquiry


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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