Operation of a fireplace

The combustion chamber is designed to run on wood only

The door of the combustion chamber opens gradually so that the necessary oxygen can enter the fireplace and avoid smoke in the room. The air damper and thrust regulator must be open.
The fireplace must have two holes - hot and cold air;
If a top or bottom wooden beam is present, the combustion chamber or fireplace hearth must be closed with a glass door. The first few firings will help to remove the humidity of the chimney and to dry the details of the fireplace trim. Use a protective glove when opening and closing a door (horizontally or vertically) to prevent it from burning when the stove is in the operating mode (lit). We do not recommend that you constantly fumigate the fireplace as the combustion chamber cools down every time the door is opened. Burning is better when the jar is collected in one place around the grate. The primary air supply valve is the only mechanism that allows you to adjust the heat produced by your combustion chamber.

    
Do not use solid fuels (cork, chipboard, chipboard, non - fuel, plastic, coal, etc. PVC) to ignite and maintain the fire of the fireplace - except wood. It is forbidden to burn "smudged" trees, ie. treated or lacquered, wood waste or old furniture. Such trees can damage your heater and cause the emission of airborne toxic emissions! (The good firewood is the "clean" and dry wood).


 

The combustion chamber is designed to burn wood only. Everything else is forbidden!

 

The mandatory height of the chimney is at least 4-6 meters - a requirement for good thrust. When the fireplace is in the house, the chimney ends with a hat. For optimal combustion, the humidity of the logs must not be higher than 20%. In addition, it is necessary to know that the use of wet billets leads to soiling with soot, some of which stick to the inside of the glass (ie the glass will stain smoother).

2. Instructions for placing wood in the fireplace:

The door of the combustion chamber opens gradually so that the necessary oxygen can enter the fireplace and avoid smoke in the room. The air damper and thrust regulator must be open.

The fireplace must have two holes - hot and cold air;

If a top or bottom wooden beam is present, the combustion chamber or fireplace hearth must be closed with a glass door. The first few firings will help to remove the humidity of the chimney and to dry the details of the fireplace trim. Use a protective glove when opening and closing a door (horizontally or vertically) to prevent it from burning when the stove is in the operating mode (lit). We do not recommend that you constantly fumigate the fireplace as the combustion chamber cools down every time the door is opened. Burning is better when the jar is collected in one place around the grate. The primary air supply valve is the only mechanism that allows you to adjust the heat produced by your combustion chamber.