Share on:




The devices are designed to produce hot air by automatically burning wood pellets.

All phases are controlled by the electronic controller's software, which guarantee's high efficiency and low emissions in total safety.

The hot air is delivered to the room in which the device is installed via a grille on the front of the stove and, if so desired, may be sent to adjacent rooms via pipes.

The device can be controlled with a remote control, and remote ignition devices can also be hooked up to it.


For the scheme specific to your model, refer to the technical data sheet enclosed with the product.

1 = pellet hopper with loading via drawer (15)

2 = screw for conveying the pellets from the hopper to a second screw

3 = first screw gearmotor

4 = second screw for transporting the pellets from the first screw to the combustion chamber

5 = second screw gearmotor

6 = pellet combustion hearth

7 = electric heating element for igniting the pellet

8 = centrifugal fan for extracting the combustion fumes

9 = fumes outlet port for connection to flue

10 = hot air fan

11 = front grille for delivering the hot air to the room

12 = two hot air outlet ports for heating adjacent rooms

13 = combustion air intake port

14 = synoptic panel for controlling/monitoring the device's operation