- Pellet auger runs continuously
- Natural convection without fan
- External air-inlet for passive homes
The Duroflame brand is easily recognised by its elegant, distinctive pellet stoves, made in Holland. Thanks to their tasteful design, our pellet stoves are a worthy alternative to traditional stoves. We have developed six models:
The Duroflame pellet stoves burn wooden pellets. After you have filled the pellet stove hopper, all kinds of things happen deep inside the stove. You can’t see this process yourself, but you notice the result immediately by the pleasant warmth in your home. This is what the burning process looks like:
Inside the pellet stove is a special screw conveyor that brings the pellets up and drops them in to the combustion pot. On the bottom of this pot there is a special plug that ignites the pellets automatically. A special blower provides the oxygen needed by extracting the air through the combustion chamber so it can take the smoke outside. In this way there is always a vacuum inside the pellet stove so no smoke will escape.
As soon as the pellet stove is burning well, the ignition plug turns off again. The heat exchanger takes the heat of the flames and gives it to the surrounding space by convection. This means that the air in a room warms up and starts to circulate. Convection heat provides a more even heat in comparison with a traditional wood burning stove. This way the whole living room is a comfortable temperature, not just around the stove. The heat diffuses with or without a fan, depending on the model.
On the pellet stove control panel you can set the temperature as you wish, as well as the power of the stove. The stove ensures the temperature won’t be too high or too low. The only thing left for you to do is to enjoy the comfortable warmth the pellet stove spreads in your home.
Duroflame pellet stoves are made in Holland. By keeping the complete production in our own hands, we can assure a genuine Dutch pellet stove. Our pellet stoves are clean and durable and so is our production process. To accomplish that we: