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The most efficient UK stove is the 2022 Burnley Ecoelite range of stoves, designed, developed and made in England, they produced the only UK stove, three stage combustion with a catalytic converter, some models are 92% efficient, double glazed with temperature reaching 400-600C with no extra use of fuel - more heat and less woodfuel. They do 4kW-12kW stoves (Burnley.co.uk).


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1 hour ago, Vedhoggar said:

The most efficient UK stove is the 2022 Burnley Ecoelite range of stoves, designed, developed and made in England, they produced the only UK stove, three stage combustion with a catalytic converter, some models are 92% efficient, double glazed with temperature reaching 400-600C with no extra use of fuel - more heat and less woodfuel. They do 4kW-12kW stoves (Burnley.co.uk).

I have a Burley Hollywell which was rated as the most efficient at the time 82.9% . It is also double glazed but with no cat . 92% is a big jump . Cant see any of their stoves rated at that though . Which one is it ?

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23 minutes ago, Stubby said:

I have a Burley Hollywell which was rated as the most efficient at the time 82.9% . It is also double glazed but with no cat . 92% is a big jump . Cant see any of their stoves rated at that though . Which one is it ?

The Burley Holywell 9105-C and Bradgate 9305-C are both up to 90.4% efficient, it’ll be the Holywell 9105 that you have Stubby not the 9105-C.  Both 5kW norm - 6.4kW max. Haven’t got one myself but a friend of mine has just ordered one and if I was after a new wood burning stove of that size myself I would definitely get one.

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2 hours ago, Gav73 said:

 


That website will take you to some very friendly people…

 

No stoves though

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1 hour ago, Vedhoggar said:

The Burley Holywell 9105-C and Bradgate 9305-C are both up to 90.4% efficient, it’ll be the Holywell 9105 that you have Stubby not the 9105-C.  Both 5kW norm - 6.4kW max. Haven’t got one myself but a friend of mine has just ordered one and if I was after a new wood burning stove of that size myself I would definitely get one.

Thanks . Yes my stove is 8 or 10 years old now . Still works a treat . In that time I have had 2x sets of vermiculite board , 1x inner glass and a new top baffle/soot catcher plate that I made myself out of 3.0mm stainless . The OEM ones are too flimsy IMHO .

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Did you install mesh in the baffle plate Stubby, or just drill some small holes? I have a similar Burley and the baffle plate (with mesh to trap the soot) does seem flimsy. 

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6 minutes ago, sandspider said:

Did you install mesh in the baffle plate Stubby, or just drill some small holes? I have a similar Burley and the baffle plate (with mesh to trap the soot) does seem flimsy. 

Yes I drilled series of holes  ( about 2.5 or 3.0 mm ) in a matrix in the aproximate position of the two mesh areas .

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Decided to hold off until March before signing up. No point in my customers paying extra until they have to

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6 hours ago, Woodworks said:

Decided to hold off until March before signing up. No point in my customers paying extra until they have to

Any particular year?  🤭

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11 minutes ago, nepia said:

Any particular year?  🤭

Think it's the end of March 2022 that small suppliers need to be signed up. Spoken with another local supplier and he is having none of it and just carrying on as before 

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