Masonry stoves

This is how it works Carat and Carisma


Primary and secondary combustion air - from the room or from outside - is applied below the base into the stove.


From the fire then rises the hot smoke up to the triple-heat storage. The heat storage  is made of olivine stone for warmtht long after the fire is extinct.


Air from the room is drawn in between the hood and the heat storage.


The heated air is transported out into the room through a sturdy hot air grille of cast iron for large air quantities.


Quick heat exchanger allows the masonry stove to give off heat after 10-15 minutes. Built-in fan is standard for Carat and Carisma