Heating your home and burning with a MULTI FUEL STOVE can both reduce your household heating bill and also help you to reduce your reliance on fossil fuels.
Owning a multi fuel stove means that you finally have options when it comes to heating your home. No longer will you have the choice of just gas or electricity to warm your property. Multi fuel stove owners have the power to choose from a range of cheaper eco friendly energy sources.
Multi fuel stoves from leading UK stove manufacturer Portway, are designed to provide efficient operation on both wood and coal/smokeless fuels. Allowing greater versatility in the choice of fuels, these stoves are suitable for customers with restricted or no supplies of wood and they offer lower maintenance and simplicity of operation. When used with coal-based fuels, high outputs with longer burn times are achievable.
Portway stoves are amongst the most efficient multi fuel stoves on the market with efficiencies of 75%+. They can burn for ten hours or more on a single filling of natural anthracite or other suitable fuel. This means you need to burn less fuel to get more heat.
Based on the principles of the Founding Father of Energy Efficiency, Charles Portway and his ‘Slow but Sure’ Tortoise stove, today’s Portway stoves also burn so slowly that they extract the maximum amount of heat from fuel.
In addition all Portway multi fuel stove carry independently tested CE approval to Standard BS EN 13240 and are so efficient and clean burning they have received DEFRA’s recommendation for exemption from the Clean Air Act of 1993. This means they can be used in Smoke Control Areas when burning wood as well as authorised smokeless fuels.
Portway multi fuel stoves are capable of burning a wide range of natural and manufactured fuels. Both hard woods and soft woods can be used. They will also burn a number of other fuels such as peat, straw, sawdust briquettes, anthracite, lignite and most natural and manufactured mineral fuels.
Portway stoves are characterised by their clean lines and slim proportions making then suitable for installation into a wide range of fireplaces.