Home wood stoves are an elegant way to decorate the interior of a room or a living room and are an economical alternative to heat the House since these burn combustible solids such as firewood. Below you have all information needed to keep a fireplace for many years. What is Airwash air wash system? A wood stove with an Airwash system will tend to have a more transparent window cleaner. On stoves that are not Airwash tar is deposited in the window when the fuel is burned (especially wood) obscuring the fireplace glass or turning it dark. Airwash stoves accept air from the top of the window of the range and pass it (or wash) the surface of the window. This helps to keep the flames and gases on the stove away from the glass, because there is a layer of air that protects it.
Less tar is deposited by keeping the glass clean. All our wood burning stoves use the Airwash system. How to turn on my new wood burning stove? There are many ways to light a fire in a wood stove. There is no one correct way of doing it and I am sure that all stoves there owners will have their own means of turning on them that have been developed over the years. Make sure that the stove is not full of ash – ash remove if necessary with the proper use of a metal container. If the stove is a/multi-fuel stove where the only air supply is from underneath of the grid of the heater then you will need to make sure that the grate is clean without ash and ash pan is empty (or at least that the ash in the ash drawer do not obstruct the flow of air to the fire). Open bottom vents of the stove and open humerus cushion if you have one.