Here is a fantastic inset stove from invicta, This new model has a nominal heat output of 8kw, though actual output is lower due to being inset, and can be varied with the air control knob between 2kw and 8kw. Please note, this is the new model, and only image three shows the actual stove. Only a slight change from previous (all other images are of customers installations), the new model has the Invicta logo on the door and a smarter looking log retaining plate. There is also convection heat - air flow through the lower front of the stove circulates around the back, giving hot air through the vents in the upper front of the stove. Made in France and guaranteed for five years.
Invicta is a quality company and the largest in Europe for stoves. No quibble guarantee if you are not completely happy with this stove, just pay for the return of the stove, unopened. I offer free fitting advice and flue advice and can supply all flue and fittings at competitive prices. All the images are from existing, happy customers. Please check out my feedback.It is a two-man lift so please be aware of this. The stove will be wrapped so fine outside for a short while. Front of fire (part protruding from wall): 690mm wide, 520mm high.
The front of the stove is larger than the part that goes into the wall, leaving a lip on three sides. This allows any hole-cutting inaccuracies to be covered up when you slide the stove into the hole. The side overlap is 45mm, the top is 20mm.From back of stove to centre of flue outlet:145mm. From front of stove to centre of flue outlet: 210mm. You have some tolerance with flexible flue liner. The hole in the wall needs to be (at least): 610mm wide, 500mm high and at least 360mm deep. It is best to cut the hole once you have the stove, to make sure its accurate.
The hole can be tight to the sides of the stove or you can leave a void. You can connect the stove to the Flue from inside the stove after installation if required. The method is: install flue liner and connector in the chimney, leaving it hanging down but moveable (dont attach to chimney cowl yet, if fitting full flue liner). Next, push the stove into the hole. Open stove door and take out baffle and back plate - this gives you access to the flue outlet.You can reach up through and pull the connector onto the stove. You will need a rigid flue system. This can go straight up (through rooms) and through the roof, or through a side wall and up the outside of the building. I can quote/supply for this.
Depending on your existing chimney & and age of property, there are two options. From the stove upwards: connector - short length of flexible flue liner (1metre) - closure plate - then the existing chimney does the rest. From the stove upwards: connector- full flue liner - closure plate - cowl to support liner and cap off system. This method is the best, regardless of the installation.
I can advise and quote for this. Fitting: There are two options. Have the system fitted by a hetas registered installer.
Fit the system yourself (or have a builder fit), then have Building Control sign the project off. I can advise on this. The item "Inset Stove Fire Wood Log Burner Plasma Cassette Style Built In Modern New Model" is in sale since Saturday, September 26, 2020. This item is in the category "Home, Furniture & DIY\Fireplaces & Stoves\Heating Stoves".The seller is "lyndacarty" and is located in Newton Abbot, Devon. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.