Borée Steel Stove
The airy and refined style of the Borée stove enhances the spectacle of the flames and frees up space for storing logs. Borée: design at an affordable price! Here, the other models of the new range of contemporary steel wood stoves.
Secondary air protects the glass against smoke and soot deposits. It ensures combustion of volatile materials. The adjustable secondary air flow can adapt the unit’s operation to high draft conditions.
The clean glass system slows deposit buildup on the glass. An air supply above the glass creates a protective curtain. The preheated air is propelled along the glass. It triggers combustion of gas and volatile materials, thereby protecting the glass against smoke and soot deposits.
Lining of the combustion chamber with removable parts in more resistant high density vermiculite (750 kg/m³). The thermal properties of vermiculite improve combustion quality and appliance performance.
The unit operates with regular loading of small quantities of wood. This operating method is particularly high-performing and respectful of the environment.
Injection of pre-heated air into the combustion chamber The supplementary air intake in the back enables hydrocarbons to be destroyed at a high temperature. Complete combustion reduces pollution.