The Firebelly FB2, at 12kW, is a relatively high output contemporary stove with a very large window. The FB2 is designed to burn wood but a multifuel kit is available if you want to burn coal as well.
There is the option to have the log box. The dimensions of the log box are Width:640mm Depth:422mm
|COLOUR||Firebelly stoves are available in pewter, charcoal, or matt black - no surcharge. They are also available in a wide variety of other colours for £67 inc VAT extra.|
|FLUE DIAMETER||150 MM|
|MAX HEAT OUTPUT||12 kW|
|WARRANTY||2 years option to extend|
|NOMINAL OUTPUT TO WATER||8 kW|
|NOMINAL OUTPUT TO ROOM||4 kW|
|DEFRA APPROVED FOR SMOKE CONTROL AREAS||Yes|
|CAN HAVE 12MM HEARTH||Yes|
|Stainless steel legs||£323.00|
|Firebelly FB2 boiler stove||£2,074.00|
The Firebelly FB2 stove includes free delivery within the orange area on the map. Further delivery details.
When you order your Firebelly FB2 stove from us it can come with any three of the following four things:
When you are finalising your order with one of our team please just let them know if you would like to take advantage of this offer and, if so, which of the three items you would like. These items need to be specified when your order is placed.
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Coal burns best on a grate with the air coming from underneath - try to keep the grate clear of ash so that the air can get to the coal