Pyroclassic Mini – 10kw

$2,899.00

The amazing pyroclassic fire will not only give you an amazing overnight burn with minimal need for reloading but if the traditional black box wood fire isn’t for you, then you have come to the right place!  Choose from more than 200 colour variations, from bold and bright to classic neutrals. Dare to be different with our colour upgrade for only $100 extra*.

Description

FIRE ONLY PRICE: $2,899 – Please enquire for full installation price

FEATURES

  • Suitable for homes less than 120m²
  • Available with a 1.5kW wetback booster
  • Clean air approved low emission burner
  • More than 200 colour variations
  • Very low 0.9kg per hour fuel consumption rate

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Dimensions: L 452mm x W 455mm x H 625mm
  • Weight: 100kg
  • Maximum heat output: Up to 10kW
  • Useful heat output: 2kW – 6kW
  • Fuel consumption rate: 0.9kg/hr
  • Emission rate: 0.3g/kg (Dry and Wet)
  • Efficiency rate:
  • 66.5% space heating (Dry)
  • 67.5% with wetback (58.7% space, 8.8% water)
  • Air control: Primary & secondary, fully automatic
  • Start up control: Manually adjustable Turboslide
  • Cooktop area: 812cm² – 10mm thick plate

Massive Heat Storage

The fire chamber of a Pyroclassic fire gives it a unique edge over other wood fires. Our ceramic cast cylinder retains heat like a kiln so you can enjoy a consistent warmth and the convenience of reloading less.  Industry standard fire bricks are incapable of storing the same level of excess heat, making it almost impossible to achieve extended burn times.

Unique Air Control

Other than the Turboslide which is used for initial start-up and refueling, all Pyroclassic fires have fully automatic air controls. This means the fire controls the rate oxygen is supplied to the wood fuel, allowing it to maintain the right burn temperatures for a complete secondary combustion (gasification). This process ensures the glass stays clean right throughout the burn cycle. If you were manually able to dampen the fire down, like with most other wood fires, this is when the real harm is done to the environment as tars and poisonous unburnt gasses are released into the air.