Not only will this magnificent landscape Stovax Riva™ 66 inset fire provide you with significant heating capacity but it will also be a stunning focal point in your living room. Although it is possible for the Riva™ 66 inset fire to be fitted into certain ‘fireplace openings’, to achieve such installations the deep versions of the Profil frames may be required to accommodate the extra depth of the wood burning and multi-fuel firebox. Alternatively, this model is ideal for new-build homes, barn conversions or where major refurbishment is taking place, and a larger opening can be constructed.
If you expect to burn smokeless fuel then, due to the larger firebox, a smokeless fuel ‘reducing’ kit must be fitted. Not only does this decrease the amount of fuel you need to load but it also guides the fuel and cinders towards the grate for improved combustion. However, you may still burn wood with equal efficiency.
You can optimise the heating potential of the Riva™ 66 with two accessories. Firstly, a fan-assisted convection kit, which boosts warm air entering the room at the flick of a switch. Secondly, a ducting system that diffuses some of the heat to other points in the same room or into other living spaces. Or install both the fan and ducting system for ultimate heat distribution.
Both the inset fire and frames are finished in a choice of Stovax’s Storm or Jet Black Metallic paints. There is also the option of specifying one of three exciting supplementary frame colours.
|Nominal heat output||8.0kW|
|Maximum log length||450mm (17 3/4″)|
|Flue connection (internal diameter)||153mm (6″)|
|Smoke Control Area approved|
|Additional Coloured Frame Options|
The outstanding Stovax Riva™ Inset wood burning and multi-fuel fire range is available in six different sizes, offering greater installation possibilities for interiors of all proportions. With three portrait, two landscape and one virtually square size, the beautifully designed Riva™ inset fires are the perfect blend of versatility and style.
Riva 66 Information
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