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Vitreous enamel is a process of fusing powdered glass to a substrate. Applied by heating in kilns at between 750oC and 800oC the powder melts and adheres to the surface before hardening to a smooth, durable vitreous coat. Enamel is a very desirable finish and adds a rich textured finish which is both easy to clean and aesthetically pleasing.

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GLENVEAGH 30KW from €
 
Specifications.
  • Output 30kw (max)
    • Output Room 10kw
    • Output Water 20kw
  • Height 728mm
  • Width 749mm
  • Depth 549mm
  • Weight 215kg
  • Flue 150mm
5 Year Guarantee

Heritage Stoves are renowned for their exceptional quality, and come with a limited 5 year guarantee.

All stoves are CE marked with the relevant standards for efficiency, output and safety. See our Terms and conditions for details.

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Use our nifty room heating calculator below to
identify if this stove is adequate for your needs:
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Heat Output Required (kw):

Note: The Heat Output Calculator is based on the dimensions of the room and the insulation level this form estimates the heat loss and suggests a stove with a heat output in excess of the heat loss to provide a quick heat up time. If your room has a complex shape, or has more than 2 external walls, or has a large amount of glazed area, then we would strongly advise getting a professional heat loss evaluation carried out. This is for a non boiler stove only.

 
 
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  • Click on the tiles you would like to see in your chosen room
  • You can print your design by clicking the print icon at the bottom right of the screen

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