Multifuel Stoves

A multi-fuel stove is very similar to a wood-burning stove in appearance and design. Multifuel refers to the capability of the stove to burn wood and also coal, wood pellets, or peat. Stoves that have a grate for the fire to burn on and a removable ash pan are generally considered multi-fuel stoves. If the fire simply burns on a bed of ash, it is a wood-only fuelled appliance, and cannot be used for coal or peat.

Multifuel stoves, also known as solid fuel stoves, burn the fuel on a riddling grate, which allows air to circulate all around the fuel and maximise the heat output.

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