From Hunter Stoves Living Design collection comes the DEFRA approved, powerful Herald 6. Elegant and tasteful in size and design, the Herald 6 offers a whopping 7.5kw of heat output at it’s highest, an impressive feat for a stove of this size.
Independently tested on wood and smokeless fuels, the Herald 6 has been DEFRA approved, making this classic stove appropriate for all smoke controlled areas. As with all of the stoves within the Hunter Stoves range, the Herald 6 features a multitude of exceptional features and optional extras, including:
- Double Door as standard feature with the option for Single Door for a wider viewing window
- Optional Low or High Canopy kit
- Multi Fuel (standard) or Wood Burning Only option
- Optional Clip in Boiler
- Optional Multi Fuel Front Extension to allow for larger fuel loads and longer burn time
- Optional Crosses on the Double door fascia (pictured). Crosses are easily removed as and when desired
- Multi Fuel (standard) or Wood Burning Only option
- Optional Brass Door Knob
- Optional Flue Damper to slow wood burn rate and retain more heat within the firebox
- Optional Sparkguard (Double door only)
- Optional Flue Gather Box for rear flue installation or tight spaces
- Cleanburn Technology to reduce carbon emissions and improve burning efficiency
- 2-5 year warranty if serviced annually
- Hot airwash system to maintain a crystal clear glass front
- Tripleburn Technology for the best fuel performance and efficiency
- Efficient airflow system for even & effective fuel usage
- Cold-handled riddling tool allows you to quickly switch your stove’s grate between wood burning or multi fuel optimisation
- Minimum airflow option allows for safe overnight burning; maintaining a low and even heat
- Easy-clean, dust-free cleaning with the grate riddling tool
- Easy chimney sweep access with removable throat-plate
- Internal lining maximises firebox temperature, ensuring less wastage of fuel
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Our guide to Chimney & Flue Types
At First Choice Fireplaces we know it can be confusing to work out which chimney or flue type you have. We offer a standardised key approach to categorise our fires in a way that is easy to understand. These icons indicate the chimney or flue type that each fire is suitable for.
No Chimney or Flue
Identifying Features – A flat roof, no present chimney opening.
What this means – The easiest fire to install, these products do not require a chimney or flue.
Identifying Features – These chimneys are easily recognised by a raised stack topped with either a teracotta pot or gas terminal.
What this means – This type of chimney relies on the natural circulation of heated air to expel the products of combustion up your chimney.
Identifying Features – A horizontal flue venting directly outside.
What this means – No chimney required. Balanced Flue fires vent directly outside through a horizontal co-axial pipe (one pipe within a larger pipe). The outer pipe draws air in from the outside and the inner pipe expels combustion gases. Depending on the fire selected, the twin-walled pipe may exit horizontally through an external wall or vertically through the roof. No electric supply is required; therefore there is no sound with a balanced flue system.
Pre-Fabricated or Pre-Fab Flue (Class 2)
Identifying Features – Identified by a steel flue terminal on the roof or by the metal flue box behind the fire.
What this means – These flues create the same circulation of heated air as a brick or stone chimney.
Pre-Cast Flue (Class 2)
Identifying Features – Can be identified by a raised ridge vent terminal.
What this means – Built from concrete or clay blocks, pre-cast flues provide a rectangular sectional flue. This causes a natural circulation of heated air to expel the compustion products. These flues tends to be very shallow in depth so a slimmer fire is often required. Deep appliances however may be able to be installed with the use of either a spacer kit or deeper rebate into the fireplace.
Identifying Features – Requires an electricity supply, can be identified by the fan unit on the external wall (Approx 300mm square).
What this means – No Chimney Required. Powerflue fires expel the combustion gases directly outside the building through the use of an electronically driven fan unit mounted on the external wall. A sophisticated microprocessor monitors performance and automatically shuts off the fire in the unlikely event of a failure.
About Hunter / Parkray
Manufacturing high quality wood burning stoves and log fires for over 40 years, this UK based company offers traditional and contemporary ranges of stoves to suit the requirements of every home owner.