Hunter stoves are made in the UK and they have a history of making robust wood and multi fuel stoves that can really heat a whole house. Hunter stoves started out by making boiler stoves and they still do make a good range of boilers with some high output models too.
I used to heat my house with a Hunter Herald 14 wood boiler stove. The Hunter Herald 14 stove could certainly chuck out the heat, and did a great job of warming my 16C stone home, which of course needs plenty of heat. I hooked it up to an experimental thermal store which I had fabricated and it worked really well. Now our Energystore thermal stores have moved on a bit from that early prototype, but many of the principals still remain the same.
Many of Hunter's stoves are EcoDesign Ready and they have taken on the challenge of improving both combustion dynamics and the visual appeal of their stoves.
Hunter Traditional freestanding stoves have a wide choice of stoves from the baby Hunter Hawk to the large Hunter 80B central heating stove all with modern technology of cleanburn and airwash technology.
Hunter Inglenook Freestanding Stoves
Great uniquely made stoves made here in Britain that are environmentally friendly and very hard working.
Allure by name and by nature, this range of three sized EcoDesign Ready stoves certainly have charm and will entice you to sit close by it to watch the beautiful dancing flames.
Hunter Double Sided stoves - available as wood burning stoves or as multifuel stoves. Come as single depth or double-depth stoves.
The baby of the Hunter range, the Hawk is designed for the smaller room, yet it still has a large airwashed window and an externally riddled grate which can be set for coal or woodburning, it is available as a 3kw or 4kw model.
Giving out 6 kw, the Hunter Herald 4 is the smallest of the Herald range of stoves. As with all the Herald models it has airwashed glass, single or double doors and a choice of flat top, low or high canopy
A slim compact stove which is ideal for small rooms with a nominal heat output of 4.7kW.
The Herald 5 slimline is a 4.5kW stove which has a narrow profile allowing it to be installed where some other stoves could not go.
The slightly bigger Hunter Herald 6 stove has an output of 7 kw and can have a 3.5kW clip in boiler added, capable of running domestic hot water and a couple of radiators
With a maximum output of 11 kw, the Hunter Herald 8 stove can heat a big space or divert some of that heat to run domestic hot water and up to seven radiators.
The largest of the Heralds, the Hunter Herald 14 multifuel stove can put out up to 16kw or, with a wrap around boiler, heat 10 radiators and do the domestic hot water.
The Hunter 80 B is a central heating stove which gives out a whopping 26kW (16kW to the water and 10kW to the room). The 80B is a big stove and can provide enough heat and hot water for even a large house.
If you have a large fireplace in a small to medium sized room then the Hunter Inglenook low output flat top stove may be an ideal choice.
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