Country 16B

Country 16B

£258.00£2,766.00

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Description

The Charnwood Country 16B is a boiler stove that can heat up to 10 radiators. The Charnwood 16B is available as a wood-burning only version or as a multi-fuel version.
Only available as a boiler model, the Country 16B can still give around 8kW of heat into the room, whilst the remaining 8-13 kW goes into the water. The 16B is thermostatically controlled, allowing it to work alongside sophisticated central heating controls. With a deep fire bed, it can be fully loaded up and left to slowly burn over night.
OUTPUT TO ROOM:         OUTPUT TO WATER:
7.3 kW (range 2-8 kW)        8.6 kW

HEATING CAPACITY:
DHW and approx. 7 radiators

MATERIAL:
Plate steel, cast iron, fire brick, ceramic glass
FEATURES:
* Cleanburn airwash technology
* Converting grate for optimum fuel flexibility and easy ash removal
* Removable handle for safe and easy reloading
* Drop down throat plate enabling the chimney to be swept through the stove
* Suitable for underfloor heating
* Meets the UK building requirements for installation with a 12mm non-combustible hearth

BRITISH MANUFACTURED
OPTIONS:
* Canopy
* Choice of 8 colours

SPECIFICATION SHEET

SPECIFICATIONS:

  • Output: 7.3 kW (range 2-8 kW)        Water: 8.6 kW
  • Fuel:  Wood (Options-Multi-Fuel)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D) 616 x 750 x 460 mm
  • Material: Steel
  • Flue Diameter: 150 mm
  • Flue Outlet: Top or Rear
  • Finish: Matt Black (8 colour options)
  • Efficiency: 74.60 %
  • Max Log Length: 405 mm

Performance

OUTPUT TO ROOM 7.3 kW (range 2-8 kW)
OUTPUT TO WATER 8.6 KW
FUEL WOOD (MULTIFUEL OPTION AVAILABLE)
DIMENSIONS (W x H x D) 616 x 750 x 460 mm
FLUE OUTLET 150 MM (TOP OR REAR)
EFFICIENCY 74.6%
WEIGHT 180 KG
MAX LOG LENGTH 405 MM

Additional information

Is British Manufactured

1

Manufacturer

Charnwood

OPTIONS

Country 16B wood, Country 16B Multifuel, Low Canopy

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