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Hit or Miss - Nordpeis ME Ceiling Hung Woodburning Stove

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Presumably it would still need some sort of hearth as hot material can still fall from it when fuelling.  Certainly looks interesting though for installation where there is no existing chimney.

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3 hours ago, Rob_the_Sparky said:

Presumably it would still need some sort of hearth as hot material can still fall from it when fuelling.  Certainly looks interesting though for installation where there is no existing chimney.

Eh!

As in, where does the flue go that is any different to a floor mounted stove?

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I'll guess the outer pipe conceals the flue and acts as the structure, taking the structural load and allowing a cool material to be bolted to the ceiling.  I bet there is no structural load on the flue itself.

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