Those who follow the wood-burning stove industry will be well aware of the reputation and the quality associated with Broseley Stoves. The Evolution stove range continues to grab the headlines with the company looking to introduce yet more quality stoves. Step forward the Oranier and Justus wood-burning stoves which perfectly reflect the quality associated with Broseley and the exceptional value for money. We will now take a look at the new Oranier and Justus stoves and see exactly what they have to offer.
Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove
The look, the feel and the quality on show with the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove literally speaks for itself. These are wood-burning stores of the highest quality, impressive efficiency and a conversation starter in any household. So, what exactly does the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove have to offer?
While the Eco Design regulations do not come into force until 2022 this stove is already compliant. The 5 kW heat output is more than enough for a small to medium sized room and would also take the chill off any larger room. The machine itself has dimensions of width 458 mm, height 1007 mm with a depth of 458 mm. As you would expect in the modern day, there is the option of a top or rear flue outlet to accommodate the 150 mm (6 inch) flue pipe.
As the environmental impact of modern day wood-burning stoves continues to grab the headlines, it is worth noting that the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove is 80% efficient. The machine also has an air flow integrated within the stove body which ensures that fuel is burnt, re-burnt and burnt again to maximise heat and reduce emissions. The profiled vermiculite firebox lining is complemented by a cast iron grid and the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove also boasts a self-closing firebox door. No more accidents!
It is not difficult to see why the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove is catching more than speculative glances. The look, the feel and the ambience created by this exquisite wood-burning stove is proving to be exceptionally popular. For those who like to watch the flickering flames and the burning embers there is a relatively large viewing area. The airwash technology built into the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove ensures that the viewing area is clear at all times. There is nothing worse than a blacked out viewing area to spoil the experience.
The Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove also comes with three stove top alternatives which are:-
For those unaware of soapstone, this is a material which absorbs heat and radiates it back into the room over an extended period of time, when compared to traditional steel/cast-iron stove bodies. As heat obviously rises, it is safe to say that the soapstone top will absorb and store a significant amount of heat. This material is also extremely easy on the eye.
Black steel top
Many people prefer to maintain a degree of traditional look and feel with their wood-burning stove. Yes, the design may be slightly contemporary but for many a steel top is the only option. Obviously, this fits in perfectly with the colour scheme for the stove body although this machine is difficult to hideaway in the corner!
Clear glass top
Obviously, this is not your stereotypical glass but a material which has been strengthened, re-strengthened and strengthened again. Experience shows that some customers like that little delicate touch, something different and this clear glass top certainly ticks all of the boxes. This is the perfect finishing touch to a stylish and exquisite looking wood-burning stove.
It is not difficult to see why the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove is proving popular. The heat output is more than enough for the majority of clients, the design and look of the machine is eye-catching and the efficiency is up there with the best of them. The option of a soapstone, black steel or clear glass top adds that little extra which many customers look for. All in all, we can safely say that the Oranier Rota Wood Burning Stove will be a winner.
Oranier Polar Neo Aqua Wood Burning Stove
While the name may be something of a mouthful, the Oranier Polar Neo Aqua Wood Burning Stove ticks all the boxes of many stove enthusiasts. The circular design, curved glass and the decorative and stylish looking handle ensure it will stand out from a distance. However, for many people the main attraction for this particular stove is the fact it is a 10 kW wood-burning boiler stove.
The Oranier Polar Neo Aqua Wood Burning Stove is a lot more powerful than you might assume at first glance. Heat output is around 4 kW with 6 kW directed towards the water heating system, ensuring the best of both worlds with heat and hot water. As we all immediately assume, the Oranier Polar Neo Aqua Wood Burning Stove is Eco Design ready despite the fact that the new regulations do not come in until 2022. So, no need to worry about efficiency and output as we approach a new era in wood-burning and multifuel stoves.
The dimensions of the Oranier Polar Neo Aqua Wood Burning Stove come in at width 595 mm, height 1320 mm with a depth of 505 mm. The air flow system is integrated into the body of the stove which ensures that fuel is burnt, re-burnt and burnt again. This ensures maximum heat output, minimal waste and significantly reduced emissions. As we live in an era where emissions are becoming more of a focal point for modern day stoves, this is a perfect solution. The machine also has a of vermiculite firebox lining which offers maximum protection as well as an airwash system which ensures that the glass is clear at all times.
It is quite rare for a wood-burning stove of this beauty and style to also offer relatively high heat output especially when you consider the efficiency rating comes in at 83%. The self-closing firebox door reduces the risk of accidents which is also very important. The flue is 150 mm (6 inches) with a top or rear exit point which really does add to the style and attractions of the machine. So, sit back, kick-off those shoes and watch those flickering flames and burning embers to your hearts-desire. Relaxing? You had better believe it!
Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove
Where do you start with the Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove? Do we focus on the immaculate design, the large viewing area and, wait for it, the two side viewing areas? Yes, wherever you are sitting in the room you will be able to enjoy the flickering flames and the burning embers until they die away. Sit back, kick-off those shoes and enjoy the deep seated heat created by a modern day contemporary wood-burning stove. Simply stunning!
This particular machine offers heat output of 5 kW and, as many of us take for granted, is also Eco Design 2022 ready. It is difficult to understate the importance of abiding by future emission regulations even if they are more than two years away. So, we have the style, the technology and design which makes the stove visible from any area of the room, what next?
The dimensions of the Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove come in at width 458 mm, height 1007 mm with a depth of 458 mm. As efficiency and reduced emissions continue to grab the headlines, it is worth mentioning the air flow controls which are integrated into the body of the Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove. The stove also has a profiled vermiculite firebox and the air flow controls are integrated into the stove body. The air flow system is very important as this literally fuels the fire and allows the wood to be burnt, re-burnt and burnt again. This reduces emissions, maximises heat output and reduces wastage, perfect for the client and for the environment.
This particular stove has the option of a top or rear flue outlet which accommodates a 150 mm (6 inch) flue. There is also the option of an external combustion air connection which can be very useful in certain circumstances. The efficiency of the Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove comes in at 80% and thankfully there is an airwash system which ensures that all of the viewing glass is clear of dust and debris at all times. Enhanced viewing to maximise the experience!
As is commonplace with some Oranier Wood Burning Stoves, there are three options for the stove top. These include:-
For those of you who have not come across soapstone, this is a material which is used in high-end stoves as it absorbs heat, retains it and radiates it into the room over a prolonged period of time. The fact it is also a different colour to the body of the stove adds to the contemporary design and the look. Stunning!
Black steel top
While the design may be contemporary, with the circular body and curved glass, many people prefer to go for a traditional black steel top. This blends in with the colour of the stove body although in reality it is difficult, if not impossible, to hide this stove away from prying eyes.
Clear glass top
The clear glass top, much like the soapstone top, offers something a little different to the norm. Thankfully, this is not traditional glass but heavily strengthened and durable glass. Despite the fact the top is relatively small in area the addition of a glass top does offer something a little different – and will certainly catch your eye!
The Oranier Rota Tre Wood Burning Stove is a product which will certainly prove popular amongst traditionalists and those looking at contemporary styles. This is a machine which is easy on the eye, has two additional side viewing areas and is able to generate 5 kW of heat. The stove top options are a nice touch and the significantly enhanced glass volume totally changes the look of this exquisite machine. It is difficult, if not impossible, to find any fault with this wood-burning stove.
Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove
You knew when Broseley Stoves decided to launch a new range that it is worth waiting for. Well, just the quickest of glimpses at the Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove will tell you what you need to know. It is safe to say that the circular design of this modern day contemporary stoves is proving a huge hit with stove enthusiasts. While they are stylish, eye-catching and extremely well-designed, let’s not forget that they actually do the job they were built to do. Create heat output!
The Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove has heat output of 5 kW which is more than enough for a small to medium-sized room and will also take the chill off a larger room. The dimensions of this stove come in at width 458 mm, height 1025 mm with a depth of 458 mm. As you have probably already guessed, the Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove is already Eco Design friendly with regards to the 2022 regulations of the future. Yes, despite the fact we have not yet reached 2020, this stove already abides by regulations to be introduced in 2022. Forward thinking for you…..
The machine itself offers a top or rear flue outlet with a flue diameter of 150 mm (6 inches). The Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove is a very impressive 80% efficient and has a unique air flow bar handle with snap lock system. When it comes to efficiency and output, the profiled vermiculite firebox lining and cast iron grid maximise heat output while minimising emissions. There is also the airwash technology which ensures that the glass viewing area is clear at all times. This is very important when looking to enjoy the flickering flames and the burning embers.
If you take a step back, appreciate the design and the look of the Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove then think of the technological advances, this is very impressive. We can safely say that the Justus Mino Top Wood Burning Stove will be grabbing headlines in the weeks, months and years ahead.
Broseley Stoves has one of the best reputations in the wood-burning/multifuel stove market of today. This is a company with exceptional quality control, a handle on consumer trends and the gift of giving stove enthusiasts exactly what they want. The Justus and Oranier stoves covered above, perfectly complement the enthusiasm and the reputation of Broseley. Maybe that is why we eagerly await the release of new brands and new products by the company?