Leading flue, chimney and renewable heating supplier, Specflue, was a finalist in the Pellet or Wood Chip (Non-Boiler) Appliance category of the hard fought Hearth & Home Awards in for the MCZ Curve ductable pellet stove. The prestigious Awards were part of the Hearth & Home Exhibition 2017 in Harrogate between 11 and 13 June, 2017.
Featuring a stylish ceramic cladding finish and new firebox, which is deeper and higher than its competitors to follow the natural movement of the flame, the MCZ Curve is particularly suitable for corner installation.
The stove already complies with the stringent emissions and environmental requirements of the Ecodesign directive which comes into force in 2022.
Thanks to a perfectly sealed combustion chamber, the MCZ Curve pellet stove uses oxygen taken exclusively from outside, ensuring reduced consumption and perfect thermal comfort in modern homes, even those with class A energy rating, with no risk of smoke emissions in the room.
A new ceramic spark plug ensures the flame appears in less than three minutes, with a 40% reduction in ignition times and a significant cut in electrical consumption.
The ash drawer capacity is almost 5 litres and the capacity of the compartments more than 8 litres; this equates to about one week of stove operation before emptying.
The stove is also available in the ‘COMFORT AIR’ version allowing it to carry warm air into other rooms. This stove version has two fans that can be set separately with the remote control. A room thermostat is supplied as standard.
The ‘No-Air’ function, meanwhile, allows the user to exclude forced ventilation in the stove, ensuring silent operation and even heat diffused throughout the room by natural convection.
The MCZ Curve is easily managed by a remote control that contains few buttons, but many functions. As well as normal daily and weekly programming functions, the user has the flexibility to program different temperatures in different time slots throughout the day.
Optimum comfort is assured because the temperature can be read exactly in the spot where it is left via a thermostat function. Alternatively, a downloadable app allows the user to manage and program the stove from a smartphone or a tablet while away from home.