Blacksmith Stoves provides Anvil multifuel stoves that burn all commercial solid fuels including wood, turf, coal, peat, anthracite, and briquettes. The wood combustion stove is designed in a traditional style to suit old as well as contemporary style homes in a rural or townhouse setting.
The Anvil biomass stove is constructed with double cast iron to provide durability and low maintenance. The wood combustion stove features dual air control that helps in obtaining maximum burning efficiency and controlled rate of burning.
The dual air control also helps to keep the glass clean and offer good flame pattern. The Anvil multifuel stove is equipped with high chrome internal castings that are heat resistant. The internal castings help in making the stove suitable for use with smokeless fuels. When compared to the normal household coal, the smokeless fuels burn at higher temperatures. The multifuel stove, offered by Blacksmith Stoves, also includes polished fittings made of stainless steel.
The Anvil multifuel stove provides a heat output of 20,000 British thermal units. The wood burning stove is available with a flue outlet option on the top or at the back. The nominal flue diameter of the stove is 125mm. The biomass stove is also available with log leg or short leg option. The height of the wood combustion stove is 675mm with long legs, and 605mm with short legs. The legs are adjustable to provide leveling.