Not only is the Bassington one of the cleanest burning stoves on the market, it is designed to offer three different leg options allowing you to tailor make the perfect stove to suit your taste. The Bassington stove is Eco Ready and DEFRA approved for wood burning in smoke controlled areas. If you are looking for something a little different than the standard model, then you could consider either the skirted or baseline leg options.
All of the Bassington models are available in Warm White enamel or black finish options. The stove is tested and approved at 5kW at an independent laboratory. It is possible to burn the stove at outputs within the range specified. If it is intended to burn this stove at outputs over 5kW, then permanent external ventilation is required in accordance with Document J of the Building Regulations – please seek guidance from your retailer.
- Eco Ready and Defra Approved
- Available in Warm White or Matt Black
- Three leg options: Standard, Skirted or Baseline
- Multifuel Stove
- Efficiency 84%
- Overall size (WxHxD) 509mm x 364mm x 615mm
- Weight (kg) 99kg (excl legs)
- Output 5kW
- Fuel Type Multi Fuel
- Efficiency 84%
- Flue Diameter 125mm
- Dimensions are approximate and are subject to change without prior notice. Please double check all measurements
Guidance Note on Burning Solid Fuel / (Briquette Smokeless Fuel) Please be aware that some smokeless fuels (Solid fuel / Briquettes) may cause the inner surface of the stoves ceramic glass to turn cloudy or crystallise. This is caused by a reaction of some fuels during the combustion process due to excess sulphur in the fuels. Unfortunately the glass manufacturers will not warranty their products from this phenomenon. Regrettably this cannot be controlled or prevented by the stove manufacturer and therefore we cannot offer any warranty. There are no known safety issues, the only effect will be a visual one. Solid fuel requires air from underneath the grate which in turn reduces the effects of the secondary airwash. You will notice a dark grey haze on the back of the ceramic glass. It is important to clean this off the glass when the stove is cold using a stove glass cleaner. Repeated firing of the stove without cleaning the glass daily when burning solid fuel greatly increases the chances of glass turning cloudy / crystallising. To minimise this condition we strongly recommend burning well-seasoned or kiln dried wood logs using only the airwash controls only, (Primary air controls closed).
|Dimensions||50.9 × 61.5 × 36.4 cm|
|Flue Size Ø|
May require factory order.
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