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The classically designed Junior Victoria II multi fuel stove / wood burning stove adds a sense of timeless style to any modern or period room. Suitable for burning wood and coal, this cast iron stove is as efficient as it is stylish, providing up to 7kW of heat and a welcoming glow that only real flame can provide.
Manufactured from durable, yet elegant cast iron, the Junior Victoria II is built to last and complies with the BS/En13240 and CE latest standards. Coated with black, hard wearing heat resistant paint the Junior Victoria II multi fuel stove benefits from a contemporary finish that will look great year after year.
The Junior Victoria II wood burning stove features a clever air wash system that ensures the high quality heat resistant glass front stays clear of ash and soot, plus a simple to use pull handle system for riddling the grate and transporting soot and ash into the ash pan below. The Junior Victoria II multi fuel stove is easy to use and requires little maintenance, so you get all the benefits of a consistent, reliable heat source, with minimum fuss.
Featuring an ergonomic handle fitted to the ash pan access door for safe, comfortable ash removal, tactile locking door handle, 2 precise, screw adjustable air controls for adjusting the burn rate and temperature and smoke outlet mounted at the top of the stove for easier installation.
This multi-fuel / wood burning stove makes a truly great addition to any home, stylish, purposeful and a real conversation piece.
Please note – This stove requires a flexible flue liner with a diameter of 6″.
-Cast Iron stoves finished with a black, heat resistant paint.
-Air control for alternating burn rate
-Air wash system helps keep the inside of the glass clean, so you benefit from the full flame effect
-Simple pull handle system moves riddling grate to push soot and dirt into ash pan for easier cleaning
-Complies with the BS/En13240 latest standards
If you intend to use this appliance on a barge or boat it must be installed in accordance with BS 8511:2010- consult your qualified installer
It is recommended that a carbon monoxide detector is installed in accordance with BS EN 50292:2002