The spacious firebox was designed to accommodate 500 mm (19.69") wood lengthwise. By using larger wood, you can avoid re-stoking the stove in the middle of baking and struggling to regulate the changing temperature.
The standard firebox contains a grate and generous ash pan for convenient removal of ashes. This design is best for multi-fuel burning. However, for improved efficiency if you will be burning logs only, you can order a kit which replaces the grate and ash pan with a solid, deeper firebox that allows a bed of ashes to build up.
Two polished stainless steel hotplate covers complement the graphite finished cooking surfaces. Two dog-bone hotplates offer a large hob area with designated heat zones for easy "pan slide" operation. Easily move your cook pan to the required heat zone - boil, slow boil or simmer.
A sliding lever located just above the glass door controls the air wash which keeps the door glass clean. The primary and secondary controls regulate the fire for heating and cooking while keeping the glass window clean.
The single large oven has vented extraction so cooking odors disappear up the flue. The oven works by offering gentle and indirect heat that won't dry out your food. Pizzas, for example, will be piping hot and evenly cooked from edge to center while toppings remain moist and the bottom is baked to perfection. Cooking temperature can be reached in approximately 60 minutes from cold start. Oven temperatures are easy to regulate using a simple push/pull action control lever.
The small bottom door at left hides the generous ash pan, making ash removal clean and easy. The door on the bottom right hides the access panel which is used when cleaning the flue way around the oven.
The optional boiler is capable of running a single radiator and providing domestic hot water (up to 30 psi).