Burley Coppice 9050 Inset Wood Burning Stove

Burley Coppice 9050 Inset Wood Burning Stove

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Product Description

Burley Coppice 9050 Inset Wood Burning Stove

The Burley Coppice 9050 Inset Wood Burning Stove is the first inset model in the fireball range however it includes all the advanced combustion technology Burley has become renowned for.

The Coppice 9050 features a large glass viewing panel which allows you to enjoy the swirling flame pattern created by the fireball combustion system.

The stove can be fitted into a standard British fireplace opening aiding installation.

All Burley stoves are designed and built in the UK to the highest standards. The stoves are made from 5mm and 8mm thick steel plate which is welded by robots.  The use of robotics allows for precision welding and eliminates manufacturing faults.  The steel used is not only roleld in Britain but also Smelted in Britain.

When you see a Burley stove burning, you immediately notice the effect of the state of the art combustion techniques used. Burley’s Fireball technology creates a swirling vortex that engulfs the whole fuel bed, burning the fuel completely. This results in such little ash that there is no need for an ash pan. 100Kg of wood is reduced to only 1 pint of ash.

The Copice 9050 also features a wooden door handle to add to the stoves beauty.

Burley Coppice 9050 Inset Wood Burning Stove

Stove Features

  • DEFRA approved
  • Solid build quality
  • Double glazed ceramic glass window
  • Easy to control
  • Fireball technology
  • Superb Efficiency

Additional Information:

  • Heat Output: kw
  • Efficiency: %
  • Width: mm
  • Height: mm
  • Depth: mm
  • Flue Spigot: ″ (mm) Top exit only
  • Stove Body Material: Steel
  • Warranty:  Years

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