Town & Country Multi-Fuel
and Gas Stoves
and Country multi-fuel stoves have
a clean burn system and optional boilers. Manufactured
in Pickering, using only top quality British materials,
and with British castings for the doors to bring
out the detail.
designs are simple, combustion and fuel efficiency
are excellent. The flat top makes an ideal spot for
a kettle or casserole, but canopies can be added later,
they have been designed to slide onto the hotplate,
and come with a cut out at the top to accommodate a
top flue, or a grill to cover the top for a rear flue
of the stoves can be placed on a plinth, if required,
and this makes a handy storage space for a few
logs or some kindling.
are optional boilers available with some of the stoves,
ranging from a domestic hot water boiler to a wrap
round 40,000 btu boiler to run a central heating system
and hot water.
multi-fuel grates will burn wood or solid fuel without
any alteration to the stove or grate. If using logs,
they need to be dry and well seasoned.
All Town & Country stoves have an air wash to the glass, which works extremely well. Most have tertiary air at the rear of the fire box too, which burns off gases at the back of the fire that do not normally ignite, thus giving a very clean burn, causing less pollution in the atmosphere.
CAST IRON OR STEEL STOVES?
Steel is stronger and more durable as the seams are welded together, whereas cast iron stoves are bolted and sealed together with fire cement or rope. In time the bolts corrode and the stove is not airtight and not usable. Also cast iron is very brittle and may crack if heated up too quickly, the Town and Country stoves will expand and contract through operation and should last for 50 years or more. In the past bridges were all built of cast iron, but for the same reasons, they are not any more.
A Town and Country stove is one of the most efficient stoves on the market, up to 84% efficient as you can see by reading our brochure, so you can be assured you are buying a top quality stove at a reasonable price, which will keep your family and home warm for many years to come.
Wood ought not to be burnt on a stove if it is not seasoned and dry, you pollute the atmosphere, tar up your chimney, and chimney fires are caused. Wood needs to be no more than 2O% moisture content, and when buying wood straight from a local log supplier, they will not usually be dried and seasoned. Logs don’t dry in a garage, they need to be out in the open, preferably with just a roof or cover over them.
When seasoned wood is burnt on a very efficient stove, you can produce over 5kW of heat per hour using only 1 .5kg of wood— which is the equivalent of two hard wood logs, roughly 6” long x 3” diameter.
Town & Country Multifuel range - Town and Country Gas Range
Town and Country Stove Multifuel Specifications - Town and Country Stove Gas Specifications