Hunter 80 B multifuel central heating stove
The Hunter 80 B wood burning stove is the biggest central heating stove that Hunter make, giving a maximum of 16kW to the water and 10 kW to the room. When run 'as normal' the 80 B stove should give around 12.5kW to the water and 9 kW to the room when burning wood.
This is a bit of a departure for Hunter as their other stoves that come with wraparound boilers generally give out far less heat to the room (e.g. The Herald 14 central heating stove which gives out a maximum of around 5kW to the room). This means that the Hunter 80 B stove is suited to the larger room and you will be unlikely to need to a radiator in the room in which the stove is installed. Like the other central heating stoves that Hunter make, the 80 B is cleanburning with airwash to keep the windows clear. The 80 B is a woodburning stove which has a riddling grate and comes with double doors. The crosses on the doors can be removed to give a simpler look to the stove and there is a canopied model as well as a flat top model.
The price below is for the 80B dedicated woodburning stove (a multifuel version is available as well).
- Flue Diameter175mm
- Nominal Heat Output4.5kW
- Ecodesign ReadyNo
- Flue OutletRear, Top
- Height to Centre Rear Flue700mm
|Model||Defra Exempt for Smoke Control Areas||Backboiler Option||Product Code||Fuel||Price|
|Hunter 80 B multifuel central heating stove||No||1||CVWHH80FM||Multifuel||£1,590.00 inc. VAT|
|Hunter 80 B woodburning central heating stove without thermostat||16||CVWHH80FW||Wood Burning||£1,545.00 inc. VAT|
Hunter 80 B multifuel central heating stove Extras
A length of single skin flue pipe allows you to connect your Hunter 80 B multifuel central heating stove stove to your chimney. Please ask a member of our team to explain the different lengths and types of flue component which you can pick from.
A magnetic stove pipe thermometer which will stick your first length of fluepipe and help you to keep your Hunter 80 B multifuel central heating stove running within the correct burning range - so not too cool, where you could be creating tar in your chimney, or too hot, where you are wasting fuel and risk damaging your appliance.
A Stovesonline firewood moisture meter - regardless of which stove you choose one thing which always has a huge effect on how well it will work is how dry your firewood is. Our moisture meter allows you test and measure that yourself.
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