Based on the free standing C-Four this inset stove features a converting grate for efficient multi-fuel burning . The C-Four inset stove is designed to fit into a standard British fireplace opening whilst still having the C-Series features of a single air control and an integrated outlet for ducting external air giving an exceptionally clean burn with outstanding efficiency.
SIA Ecodesign Ready Models Available: Charnwood offer a wide range of Ecodesign Ready stoves featuring their revolutionary BLU technology that significantly reduces particle emissions while ensuring high efficiencies, easy and controllable operation with a superior flame picture.
- Cleanburn airwash technology
- Drop down throat plate enabling the chimney to be swept through the stove
- DEFRA exempt model available for burning wood in smoke control areas
10 Year Guarantee:
When purchased through Simply Fires ltd & registered the body of your Charnwood stove will be covered by a 10 year dealer-backed guarantee (or 3 years in the case of boiler stoves). Additionally your stove will come with a 1 year no-quibble guarantee for all consumables. This includes glass, fire bricks and rope seals. For stoves not registered using the code a standard 1 year guarantee is available, which does not include consumables.
- Choice of 8 colours – Black standard
ABOUT THE BRAND
As UK manufacturers of the finest multi-fuel and wood burning stoves Charnwood aim to simplify the real fire process and bring an enduring sense of warmth and satisfaction to the very heart of your home.
Designed and built using the latest technology, their clean burning stoves burn wood, coal and smokeless fuels at maximum efficiency and output low emissions, giving a clear view of the fire.
The C-Series is Charnwood’s latest innovation. A range of classically styled wood burning stoves that feature one single air control and an integrated outlet for ducting external air. The C-Series stoves deliver an exceptionally clean burn with outstanding efficiency
All C-Series models are designed to meet DEFRA requirements for smoke control exemption; allowing wood to be burnt in smoke control areas.