Monday, 24 September 2012

7kw Contemporary Wood Burning Stove - Amesti N350

7KW Contemporary Wood Burning Stove - Amesti N350


This Amesti N350 7kw contemporary wood burning stove is perfect for medium sized rooms (Range 30 - 100 square metres). It is built in best quality and CE approved (HETAS approval in process).

  • Small log storage underneath
  • Front loading, hinged door with security glass panel
  • 3-stage air inflow and unique Amesti clean burn system
  • Air injector for easy lighting, self cleaning glass
  • Removable handle for safety
  • Logs up to 30cm
  • Country of origin: Chile
  • HETAS approval applied for in June 2012- awaiting certificate.
  • DEFRA tested for smokeless zone exemption in June 2012- passed test- awaiting certification.
  • CE certificate EN13240
  • Free shipping to UK mainland
  • This stove should be installed by a HETAS accredited installer.

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Friday, 14 September 2012

Reduce Wood Smoke of Stoves

I believe that, most indivuals using wood stoves must meet such a situation, see a lot of smoke coming from a chimney. This's air pollution and inefficiency.

Wood smoke results from incomplete burning of wood, so this leads to the low efficiency. When released outdoors, or accidently indoors, it's an air pollution. Breathing air containing wood smoke is not healthy. Wood smoke contains a mixture of gases and fine particles that can cause burning eyes, runny nose, and bronchitis. Fine particles can aggravate existing diseases such as asthma, emphysema, pneumonia and bronchitis, heart disease, espcecially in people of young and old ages.

In addition, long term exposure to wood smoke may lead to: Chronic obstructive lung disease. Chronic bronchitis. Increased risk of cancer, and genetic mutations (based on animal studies).

So, what could you do to reduce wood stoves smoke coming form the chimney? Here are some ways. Burning clean, dry, well-seasoned hardwoods such as oak or maple. And replace older stoves with newer, certified cleaner wood burning stoves.

Furthermore, learn the correct way to use your stove, such as properly installed, correctly used EPA certified wood stove releases significantly less pollution into the environment. As EPA certified wood stoves burn wood more completely; therefore, they emit 60% to 80% less pollution.

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How To Clean The Rust Of a Cast Iron Stove?

Wednesday, 5 September 2012

How To Clean The Rust Of a Cast Iron Stove?

Stoves from Astove fulfill the basic need for heat. Rust, however, is not only an eyesore that ruins the stove's appearance, it's also capable of deteriorating the stove to the point where it is no longer usable. As known to all, being made of iron means that any object made from it is more prone to rust, especially when the cast iron stove comes into contact with moisture. Therefore, it becomes quite important that removing rust from cast iron, which is a farily basic chore that can be accomplished in a relatively short period of time. as well. How to clean the rust of a cast iron stove?

1. First and foremost, use soapy water to wash cast iron body, pots and pans. As, the stove must be clean in order to see exactly where it's rusted. And let the item dry.

2. Secondly, scrape the rust off. Use a wire brush or rust remover to scrape off the rust down to the bare metal. For small areas of rust on the stove, use a wire brush, steel wool or a scrubbing pad. For larger rust stains on the stove or for stubborn stains, use a commercial rust remover. Even though it is extremely effective in cleaning away rust, but also toxic because of the strong acids. So be careful. Don't forget to buy some heat-proof paint, rubber gloves and dust mask if you don't have any. (Certainly, wire brush and rust remover is also good for removing the surface rust that forms on other cast iron furniture.)

3. Clean away any remnants of the rust remover with some old rags.

4. Then, prime and repaint. Apply a primer and rust-resistant paint to repair the furniture.

5. Finally, apply wax. The wax protects your cast iron cookware from moisture.

6. Apply heat-proof paint in order to prevent future corrosion.

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