Scan 58-1 Solid Sides Wood Burning Stove
Every detail of the freestanding Scan 58 has been thought through, and the design has won international recognition. The elliptical shape and large glass surfaces invite you to relax while in front of the flames that you can enjoy from several angles. The integrated handle operation is as easy as the design is simple, and the many styling options enable you to make your individual mark on the final design.The Scan 58-1 features solid stove sides and a black trim.
Features of the Scan 58-1 Solid Sides Wood Burning Stove
High efficiency rate: 75%.
Heavy duty steel construction.
Solid stove sides and a black trim.
CE approved – EU product compliance.
8kW nominal output – suitable for medium room sizes.
DEFRA approved – suitable for smoke controlled zones.
Scan Airwash System – to give a clearer view of the flames.
Clearburn – the tertiary air system provides greater fuel efficiency.
5 year guarantee.
Do you know if you are in a smoke controlled area?
It is important that the correct research is carried out on the area you live in before you make a stove purchase. You can check what you can and cannot burn on the gov.uk and whether or not you require a smoke control kit. Find out now.
What does DEFRA Approved mean?
A DEFRA Approved stove is a stove that you are able to install within a smoke controlled area of the United Kingdom.
What does CE approved mean?
CE approval is recognition that the product complies with EU safety, health and environmental requirements and an indicator of the products compliance with EU legislation. For further information you can go on the gov.uk website More Information.
Please be aware that all stoves, supplied online and in store, when lit are hot to touch and will burn. Please take care with your fire and use always ensure a fire guard is used with children. When opening any stove door and adding logs it is also advised that a set of fire proof gloves are recommended.
Shutting down your fire.
To shut down your stove is an controlled and safe manner, Bell advise that you close the air feed, which in turn will starve the fire of oxygen resulting in the extinguishing of the fire.