Hillandale Monterrey 7 SE Multifuel Stove
The Hillandale Monterrey 7 SE Multifuel Stove includes all the same key features found on the Monterrey 5 however the larger size enables you to fit larger lengths of wood into the fire box.
As well as been able to fit bigger pieces of wood into the Monterrey 7 SE, the extra width also allows for a much larger window. This large window that is kept clean by a powerful airwash means you can fully enjoy the welcoming glow of you fire without interruption.
The Monterrey 7 SE Multifuel features elegant curves and a minimalist design with a focus on drawing your attention to the action that takes place inside the stove. The controls of the stove are concealed bellow the stoves ash lip in keeping with the stoves design.
Cast iron is used as the material for construction which adds to the stoves traditional feel. Cast iron is a great material for stoves as it is an excellent radiator of heat. Another benefit is that cast iron stores heat for long periods of time after the flames have ceased.
The Hillandale Monterrey 7 SE is highly efficient for a large stove at 76.3%. This should result im your fuel lasting longer, saving you time on trips to your wood stack.
Hillandale have also made cleaning and maintaining the stove simple with removable cast iron fire bricks and baffle plate. The easily removable baffle plate means that sweeping can be done through the stove.
The Hillandale Monterrey 7 SE Multifuel Stove can also be purchased with a log store.
- Concealed primary and secondary air controls
- DEFRA approved
- Cast iron construction
- Large ceramic viewing window
- Airwash technology yo keep the glass clean
- Easily removable fire bricks and baffle
- 2 year warranty
- Easy sweeping through stove (top flue outlet)
- Heat Output: 5KW
- Efficiency: 76.3%
- Width: 613mm
- Height: 540mm
- Depth: 463mm
- Flue Spigot: 5″ (125mm) top or rear (interchangeable)
- Stove Body Material: Cast iron
- Warranty: 2 Year
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