While many people may be under the impression and double sided single depth stoves are a new concept, there have actually been around for some time now. However, what do you get with a double sided single depth stove? The two terms relate to the fact that a double sided stove has doors on either side. The term single depth means that the depth of the stove is similar to an average stove. You can actually get a double sided version of the Herald 14 which has an extended combustion chamber for longer logs and more heat.
Technical aspects of the Hunter Herald 14 Double-Sided Single Depth Stove
It can be difficult to know where to start with the Hunter Herald 14 Double Sided Single Depth Stove as this is such a powerful machine. The heat output ranges between 8 kW and 15 kW with a 12.5 kW nominal ranking. The efficiency rating is around 75.7% and it weighs in at 165 kg but for many it is the triple burn technology which stands out. This technology ensures that wood and solid fuel is burned, re-burnt and burnt again to maximise heat output and minimise emissions. We live in a world where emissions are becoming ever more crucial to the sale of wood-burning and multifuel stoves so this kind of technology goes down very well.