OPERATING PRINCIPLE AND GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
The devices are designed to produce hot water by automatically burning wood.
The hot water is conveyed to the radiators (high temperature) or in-floor radiator panels (low temperature) throughout the house.
Special kits are available to allow them to produce domestic hot water for the bathroom and kitchen, which can also be stored in boilers so as always to be available at the desired temperature.
The fireplace stoves can be integrated into hybrid systems with solar panels, wall-mounted boilers and accumulators, etc., to create advanced heating solutions.
Wood fireplace stoves can also be connected to the existing heating system, whether with closed or open expansion vessel.
A wide range of kits area available for every installation requirement.
GENERAL OPERATIONAL SCHEME
For the scheme specific to your model, refer to the technical data sheet enclosed with the product.
t1 = ash / primary combustion air grille
2 = post-combustion air intake
3 = external combustion air port, with automatic regulator valve (optional)
4 = wraparound water tank
5 = vertical ceramic glass door, resistant to thermal shock up to 800°, with cleaning system
6 = thermal discharge safety coil (CS version)
7 = fumes deflectors/ceiling slats for efficient heat exchange (fumes/water)
8 = fumes shutter in normal operating position
9 = fumes shutter in start of combustion position
10 = thermal discharge coil water intake (from water mains)
11 = thermal discharge coil water outlet (to drain)
12 = water return from system
13 = water delivery to system
14 = rotisserie motor fitting
15 = adjustable feet (optional)