THOR is a freestanding steel stove with an interesting geometrical shape. Its simple form attracts everyone's attention.
The spacious glazing makes the vision of fire more attractive, and the extra decorative glass highlight its charm. The interior of the stove is lined with TERMOTEC which perfectly contrasts with the stove, giving it a modern look. TERMOTEC is a ceramic material which accumulates heat and raises the temperature in the furnace.
Solid handle, makes it easy to seal the door. Thanks to this, the device works well in homes with recuperation.
The unit meets the requirements of Ecodesign standards and the restrictions of the BImSchV 2 standard, which determines the maximum CO emission.
MAXIMUM USE OF ENERGY
More efficient combustion and longer maintenance of temperature by lining the combustion chamber with ceramic material TERMOTEC which accumulates heat and raises the temperature in the furnace.
Full combustion on the dust thanks to deflector which extend the exhaust path. This process increases the efficiency of burning and guarantees better energy use. It also minimizes the emission of harmful substances to the atmosphere. Additionaly a diphragm that functions similarly to the deflector has been installed at the exhaust outlet, which further enhances the effects of the device.
Primary air is supplied to the insert thanks to the built-in 100 mm external air inlet. Air inlet is located from the bottom of the insert. Insert has a cover plate on the back wall and a hole in its base. Thanks to it the user can choose how to connect the external air kit. Air adjustment is done with a throttle adjustable by one regulator placed below the door. This solution prevents from improper usage. Whole mechanism works quietly and without fail.
In this insert there is triple air system of combustion chamber. Primary air which enables setting a fire is supplied under the grate. Secondary air - providing economic and ecological burning is supplied by holes on the back wall.
Additionally, this insert is equipped with Clean Glass System (air curtain), so the air is supplied directly to the glass through a system of channels located on the sides of the fireplace. In this way oxygen is supplied to the upper part of the combustion chamber, were happens post-combustion of gases produced while combustion of wood. At the same time it reduces harmful CO emissions to the atmosphere.
SAFETY ON THE HIGHEST LEVEL
Front of the stove is equipped with a heat resistant ceramic withstanding temperatures up to 660°C. We offered by us glass certified quality and safety.
The body and the front of the stove is resistant to high temperatures through the use of high quality steel. They also ensure the stability of the entire structure.
Excellent tightness thanks to the solid welding made in shielded noble gas. Steel elements are laser cut with the help of modern equipment, and then they are bent on CNC benders.
Special profiled bottom plate of TERMOTEC is used in this insert. Thank to that the chamber of the stove is bigger and larger amount of wood can be put inside. Additionally shallow combustion chamber was used, this results on low demand for heating power.
Movable grate and ash drawer enable to keep the insert clean.
The glazing of the insert remains clean thanks to the clear glass system.
The air curtain separates the glass from the chamber. So it does not get dirty.
Due to its shape, the freestanding stove THOR can be installed in the corner of the room with either top or rear connections. Rear connection is possible both on the right and left side of the stove. Thanks to the self assembly it is possible to independently rearrange the side panels of the stove and the exhaust outlet, moreover, there are no difficulties with the proper connection of the appliance to the chimney, regardless of its location on the wall. The fitting of the outlet and side panels to the appropriate side is determined by the installer who adjusts the appliance to the needs of the assembly.
Under the fireplace is the chamber where the external air inlet system is hidden.