A revolutionary wood burning and multi-fuel stove from British manufacururs Charnwood.
Beneath the ARC’s clean, modern lines lies an innovative new combustion system that ensures the stove burns exceptionally clean with outstanding efficiency. The ARC simplifies the process of burning wood and smokeless fuels setting the bench mark for a new generation of stoves.
- Body material - Steel (cast iron door)
- Rated Output - 7 kW
- Energy performance certificate - A+ ....What is energy performance?What is energy performance?Energy labels are designed to inform households how to save money and reduce their carbon footprint. The rating is based on efficiency (with adjustments applied for sustainability of the fuel type), using less energy is better for the environment.
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- SIA Ecodesign Ready - Yes .... What is eco design?Ecodesign Ready SchemeThe Ecodesign Ready Scheme is a new landmark in the increasing environmental benefits of wood burning stoves..
Air quality is important to all of us. Even though wood burning stoves are a relatively low source of emissions, the SIA feel it is important to reduce emissions from wood burning stoves even further.
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- Efficiency - 83%
- Airwash - Yes .... What is airwash?What is airwash?Airwash is a design feature that uses a specially placed vent or vents to draw in air from the outside to wash over the inside of the glass. This helps to keep the glass clean, allowing you to enjoy the glow and flames to the full.
- Cleanburn - Yes .... What is cleanburn?What is cleanburn?Cleanburn is a system by which hot air is introduced into the firebox just above the normal height of the fire. This allows the combustion of unburned hydrocarbons in the smoke stream.
- Approved for smoke controlled areas - Yes (factory fitted) .... Is my area smoke control?Smoke control areasUnder the Clean Air Act local authorities may declare the whole or part of the district of the authority to be a smoke control area. It is an offence to emit smoke from a chimney of a building, from a furnace or from any fixed boiler if located in a designated smoke control area.
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- Room vent required - Yes .... *Please readAirvents+5If your stove is over 5kW you will need 550 square millimetres (1 square inch) of vent hole for every kilowatt over 5.
e.g. A 7kW stove will need 1100mm (2 square inches)
- Flue connection - 150mm
- Maximum log length - 300mm
- Multi-fuel grate - Yes
- External riddling - Yes
- Direct air supply - Yes (optional)
- Minimum Hearth Thickness - 12mm
- Boiler option - No
- Painted colour options - Yes
- Weight - 150kg – 170kg