The Dovre 2400 is a very versatile stove. Most people install this stove as an insert into an existing fireplace opening. The 2400 can come with standard (as pictured) or panoramic doors (see the picture in the gallery below) and can burn wood and smokeless fuel. With a maximum heat output of 9kW this is a stove suited to the medium/large room. By using a canopy the 2400 can be installed in wide fireplace openings and inglenooks. You can also see our Dovre 2000 series page for more Dovre stoves with canopies.
The dimensions below refer to just the visible area of the front of the stove – for complete dimensions please click the technical details link.
|FLUE DIAMETER||188 MM|
|MAX HEAT OUTPUT||9 kW|
|FLUE OUTLET||Top only|
|CAN HAVE 12MM HEARTH||No|
|Dovre 2400 stove with panoramic door||£1,602.00|
When you order your Dovre 2400 stove from us it can come with any three of the following four things:
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