De Manincor are an Italian company that has been making woodburning stoves since 1828 - few wood stove manufacturers can claim anything like that sort of heritage. De Manincor's of woodburning cookers are very well made with good attention to detail and, at the same time, distinctive and original. In addition to the quality of construction and the obvious wealth of experience which has gone into the wood cooker stoves there is also an obvious passion and a fresh, energetic, yet practical approach to design.
De Manincor also have an eye on practicality as well as aesthetics - many wood cooker stove models can be combined with matching gas cookers to give a stunning all in one cooking solution. In the colder months, it is more practical to use solid fuel cooking. The integrated gas rings and an electric fan oven can be used in the summer or even for back up.
If that isn't enough then the ovens of the woodburning cookers also have electric lights, and there are wood boiler models with automatic combustion control, plus the boiler stoves can be connected to open vented or pressurised systems.
Here we have something quite special; the De Manincor Domino range wood cooker stoves, with glass fronted fireboxes that run the full width of the woodburning stove, a wide range of colour and finish options, and a choice of oven sizes.
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Popular Wood Cooker De Manincor Stoves
The De Manincor FKA900 is a high quality woodburning range cooker stove with a window to the firebox and a high output backboiler. This range cooker stove has a nominal heat output to water of 16kW: enough to provide hot water and to run around 6-7 radiators - plenty for most houses.
The De Manincor Atmosphera 900 is a high quality range wood cooker stove with a window to the firebox, so you can see the flickering flames. This is a dedicated woodburning cooker stove available in a variety of finishes.
The De Manincor FK600 is a slimline woodburning boiler stove with a top hob for cooking. The FK600 has a nominal heat output to water of 20kW which is high and enough to provide, for example, domestic hot water and around 8 radiators (it all depends on the size of the radiators of course).