Clearview Vision 500 Flat Top Multi Fuel Stove
The Clearview Vision 500 was the first multi fuel stove approved for burning wood and authorised fuel in the UK smoke control areas. Its unmistakeable classic. Clearview design makes it suitable for almost every situation. It has a large single door that provides an uninterrupted view of the fire, a deep firebox taking 15 inch logs and an integral multi fuel grate.
Features of the Clearview Vision 500 Flat Top Multi Fuel Stove.
One large Clearview double-glazed door that gives an impressive view of the flames.
Clearview hot air-wash system for really clean burning without fuss or pampering.
Independent up draft and down draft air distribution system for maximum response and control.
Heavy steel construction – welded inside and out for durability and long life.
All ‘wear and tear’ stove parts are easily replaceable making maintenance comparatively effortless.
Refactory lining, and tertiary air supply promoting super clean burning combustion.
Multi-fuel grate, for easy lighting and rapid response.
Solid brass knobs and door handles.
Stainless steel ash pan for long life and easy removal
Rotary grate for easy riding.
Adjustable hinges and door catch to maintain air tightness throughout the life of the door seals
Large Hotplate surface for coffee pot, kettle and cooking.
Please contact us if you require any boiler option, smoke control system or external air connection (used with 4″ or 6″ leg options)
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.
Please consult with your local authorities to determine if your home qualifies for a DEFRA approved stove.
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.
Cleaning your stove.
Multi Fuel – You be able to leave your stove for a few fires to build a bed of ash onto the fire grate which you would disturb but not empty prior the lighting process. To allow a good flow of air to pass underneath the fuel bed, wood will generally burn better and slower on a bed of ash.
Coal – Generally you will need to clean your fire grate prior to starting the lighting process of your stove.
Having your chimney swept – Have your chimney swept on a regular basis. Please refer to HETAS for a certified chimney sweep.