Multi Fuel Wood Burning Stoves

Multi Fuel Stoves

Multi fuel wood burning stoves are stoves that resemble the look of a natural wood burning fireplace. The stoves include a grate; convenient for burning fires, and an ash pan that can be easily removed. These stoves are branded as multi fuel because they are capable of burning coal, peat, wood, and wood pellets.

The great advantage to owning a multi fuel stove, is that is can be used to heat an area or to cook on, and it can be used as a double boiler. Most multi fuel stoves are very cost efficient for the home, and can save consumers each month on their power bills.

DEFRA Approved

Multi fuel wood burning stoves provide customers the opportunity of using different types of fuel as long as the stoves are DEFRA ( Department for Environment,Food and Rural Affairs) approved in the UK or EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified in the US. Some of the stoves are pre-programmed to use different types of fuel, and are equipped with buttons for auto starting of the stove.

Burning Pellets

For the people that use pellets in the stove, they will find that the pellets are a better type of energy source to use, creating less harmful emissions and proving a more appropriate and economical way to use a multi fuel stove than to burn wood. Burning wood saves users on higher bills, but the user must know the correct way to burn the wood in order to be more economically efficient. A new type of fuel that can be used in multi fuel stoves is corn. Corn is said to be much better than wood and helps to save on electricity tremendously.

Popular Brands and Colours

Some brands of multi fuel stoves are Greenfields, Ashby, Auburn, Element- MF, and Lincoln SCS. The Greenfield brand of stove is made of cast iron, and is great for saving on energy. It has a window display, making it a great product for the customer to view the fire burning inside. The Ashby stove is great for keeping any type of room warm. It is easy to clean, equipped with digital controls, making it convenient for the customer to control the heat in any room. The Auburn stove, made of strong cast iron, contains a 90 pound hopper, and is a very reliable source of heat. The Element is an ideal stove, great for using in smaller spaces such as cabins and the like. It has a 50 pound hopper, and is energy efficient. The Lincoln stove, one of the largest styles available, has a great viewing area for the customer to see the fire as it is burning. The Lincoln offers warmth and comfort for the home and its users. Thes stoves also come in a range of attractive colours, so there is sure to be one to fit any home.

Multi Fuel Camping Stoves

Multi Fuel on the Move

There are also multi fuel stoves that can be used for trekking and camping purposes, as they come in portable sizes. Portable stoves can burn fuel such as petrol, white gas, or kerosene, but it depends on the type of stove as to which type of fuel is burned in it.


A Cosy Hearth

Multi fuel stoves offer convenience and comfort for any type of home, and are great for keeping small or large spaces well heated in the home.

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