ACR Buxton 5kW Multifuel Stove

£1,075.00

With a 5Kw output and a large glass door to give a great viewing area of the fire, the Buxton II is also DEFRA approved allowing you to burn wood with confidence in smoke controlled areas. The Buxton II is a multifuel stove so you have the option to burn a variety of smokeless fuels as well as wood which gives greater convenience.

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Clean, contemporary styling and an extended leg option make the Buxton II stove the perfect complement for less traditional rooms. The Buxton II also features a solid cast iron door and a powerful airwash system to keep the large ceramic glass panel clear of unsightly deposits. Being Smoke Exempt means that you can burn wood in smoke controlled zones and can also burn a variety of smokeless fuels making it also a very practical way of heating your home.

Features

  • High quality steel construction with solid cast iron door for strength and efficient heat transfer
  • Smoke Exempt – you can now burn wood in smoke controlled zones
  • 5kw nominal output – suitable for a wide range of room sizes
  • Multifuel – can be used with wood and smokeless fuel
  • Large glass window for a relaxing view of the flames
  • Very powerful airwash to help keep the glass panel free of deposits
  • Adjustable log guard for either wood or solid fuel
  • Available in traditional black stove paint finish
  • Brushed steel handle as standard – matt black available as an option
  • Suitable for use on a 12mm hearth
  • No additional room air ventilation required*
  • Optional direct air supply kit available (80mm spigot)**
  • 10 Year warranty
Weight 95 kg
Country of Manufacture

Europe

DEFRA Approved

Yes

Efficiency

80.36%

Energy Rating

A

Flue Output Location

Rear, Top

Fuel Type

Multifuel

Heat Output Range

3.5kW to 8kW

Max Log Size (Approx)

420mm

Nominal Heat Output

5kW

Construction

Steel Body with Cast Iron Door

Ecodesign Ready

Flue Collar Diameter

125mm/5"

Heat Output Range Group

Up to 5kW

Warranty Period

10 Years