The Portway Marine Multi Fuel / Wood Burning Stove has been specifically designed and manufactured to meet the stringent new Code of Practice for the Installation of Solid Fuel Heating and Cooking Appliances in Small Craft according to British Standard BS 8511:2010. The Portway Marine stove is the first stove in the UK that seeks to provide a solution to boat owners. Allowing them to comply with the new Code of Practice and yet enabling them to cleverly utilise limited cabin space.
The Portway Marine has a heat output of 4.9Kw which means this stove is well suited for small spaces, and has a good efficiency rating of 104%. The stove itself is built with a double walled steel body. This allows for an air gap between the internal body of the stove and the outer body, keeping the sides of the stove much cooler than other stoves. Other features include a fiddle rail to stop pans from sliding off the hot plate area of the stove, a single door opening with a positive-shutting latch which opens past 90° for safer loading of fuel, and a deck fastening kit.
This Stove also comes with a built-in steel hearth allowing the stove to be placed directly onto a wooden deck without the need for a large hearth, or the 125mm concrete base that the British Standard requires for normal stoves.
- Nominal heat output of 4.9Kw
- 104% efficiency rating
- Fiddle rail to prevent pans sliding off
- Adjustable feet
- Double walled body
- Built in steel hearth
- Multi Fuel
- Flue outlet 125mm (5”)
- Top or rear flue
- Deck fastening kit
|Energy Efficiency Class||A|
|Flue Diameter||125mm (5")|
|Flue Outlet||Top or Rear|
|Eco Design Ready||No|
|Cast Iron Or Steel||Steel|
We offer free next working day delivery on all orders over £75 to UK Mainland addresses.
All spares and accessory orders to UK mainland addresses that are under £75 are still next day delivery but are subject to delivery charges based on the items size and weight. Please see below for more information on these costs.
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