Morso Stoves

For 150 years, Morso has been exploring techniques and refining skills to produce elegant and practical cast iron stoves. Morso's many years of experience and success with cast iron are not the only reasons why Morso insists that the best solid fuel stoves are made of cast iron. It is simply the ideal material, and no better substitute can be found. Over the years, the Morso name has become synonymous with the original cast iron stoves, but also with the up-to-date variations on the theme.

Products


  • Morso 1416 Squirrel Multifuel Stove (Clearance)

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The popular classic the Squirrel stove has been given a new lease of life with the introduction of new contemporary models. The 1416 is a radiant stove with a rated output of 4kw and a net efficiency of 78.4%. It provides a modern twist on a timeless classic and is well suited for heating areas of up to 75 cubic metres. The Morsø 1416 meets the most stringent emission requirements.

    Showroom Model - "As New" Condition - Not In Original Packaging
    XXX0201
    £799.00
    inc. VAT 20%
    £1,051.00 save 24%
     
  • Morso 1410 Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 1410 is a classic radiant multi-fuel stove that will quickly and efficiently heat small rooms. It is a traditional stove decorated with Morsø’s classic squirrel relief on both sides. The Morsø 1410 is a small universal cast-iron stove that can be used with different types of fuel: wood, briquettes, and smokeless fuel. It is perfect for small homes, holiday homes, narrow boats etc. with smaller heating needs. The stove is a powerful heat source that fires up quickly and will heat up to 75 sq. m of living space.
    MOR0001
    £864.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1430 Cleanheat Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 1430 Squirrel is a small but perfectly formed multi-fuel stove. It comes with a stay-clean glass, convenient ashpan. It is easy to see why the Morsø 1400 Squirrel Series is the most popular small cast iron stove in Britain. Its rated output of 4.6 kW makes the 1430 Squirrel ideally suited for small and medium sized rooms and makes a lovely addition to any home. The Morsø 1430 Squirrel comes with the option of squirrel or ribbed sides and is also fitted with bottom and rear heat shield.
    MOR0004
    £1,000.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1412 Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Now approved to burn wood in smoke control areas. With the needs of the environment in mind, coupled with the desire to meet the world’s most stringent environmental requirements, Morsø has significantly improved the combustion system of its true classic – the widely known Squirrel stove. The Morso Squirrel 1412 fires up quickly and effectively. Its firebox is fitted with a tertiary air chamber supplying additional combustion air directly above the flame. This additional air ensures secondary combustion of any smoke and gases giving maximum efficiency and minimal particle and CO emissions into the atmosphere. The side panels of this iconic model are still decorated with Morsø’s classic squirrel motif or alternatively with ribbed sides. The Morsø 1412 has an exceptional viewing window for such a small multi-fuel cast iron stove. Despite its compact design, the stove has a powerful 5kw rated output making it ideal for a country cottage or city living. The 1412 is equipped with a riddling grate and ash pan, which makes it easy to remove the ash and clean the stove. Morsø’s air wash system will maintain a clear glass, maximising your enjoyment of the stove.
    MOR0002
    £1,042.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1416 Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The popular classic the Squirrel stove has been given a new lease of life with the introduction of new contemporary models. The 1416 is a radiant stove with a rated output of 4kw and a net efficiency of 78.4%. It provides a modern twist on a timeless classic and is well suited for heating areas of up to 75 cubic metres. The Morsø 1416 meets the most stringent emission requirements.
    MOR0110
    £1,051.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 04 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The smallest model from the Ø Collection, the stylish Ø4 incorporates state-of-the art Fire-Slide control, and offers big stove performance with small stove output. Designed to heat areas typically of around 45 cubic metres, the Ø4 steel stove also incorporates a preheated airwash system, allowing you to enjoy the comfort and beauty of the dancing flames without becoming overheated. ‘Style and function’ is the main philosophy behind the design, with special emphasis on simple operation and environmental impact. The style of the Ø-Collection with gentle curves, simple lines and uncluttered viewing area makes it suitable for almost any room setting, be it traditional English cottage or New York styled apartment. The look is timeless, peaceful and relaxing, with no fussy decorations to distract the viewer away from the pure contemplation of the flames. Finished in dark grey this stove has also been DEFRA approved for use in a smoke control zone.
    MOR0052
    £1,125.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S11-40 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Ideal for where space is at a premium. The Morsø S11-40 has a low base, yet still retains the stunning visual appeal of the firebox.
    MOR0119
    £1,133.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1446 Convector Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 1446 is a distinctive convection stove that demonstrates the new design of the 1400 series. Convection principles are efficiently met whilst maintaining the contemporary appearance of a modern stove. Its 4kw rated output and net efficiency of 78.4% makes its perfect for a modern setting.
    MOR0112
    £1,150.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 3410 Owl Cleanheat Multifuel Stove (Clearance)

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Multi-fuel stoves with distinction and elegant simplicity The Morsø 3410 Owl is equipped with a state-of-the-art tertiary combustion system. Designed to be distinctive and elegantly simple , the 6.5 kW 3410 Owl with its soft lines and rounded edges is a beautiful combination of British design and Danish craftsmanship. The large single-door glass panel provides wonderful unobstructed closed-door fire viewing. Every Morsø 3410 Owl stove has a heavy-duty ash pan that makes ash removal easy without the need to manually shovel ashes out of the firebox. Rear and bottom heat shields protect adjacent walls and floor giving you more flexibility for your hearth design and construction. A 155 mm reversible flue collar provides installation flexibility to vent directly off the top or from the rear of the stove. The cast iron 3410 stove is also approved to burn wood in smoke control areas.


    Showroom Model - Never Been Fired - Good Condition - As New - Full Guarantee

    Not In Original Packaging
    XXX0108
    £1,155.00
    inc. VAT 20%
    £1,650.00 save 30%
     
  • Morso 1418 Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Following our successful redesign of the 1412, we have added another mid-sized stove to the range, the Morsø 1418. This is a radiant stove with an elegant, contemporary black glass front that emphasises its modern appearance. With a 4kw rated output and a net efficiency of 78.4%, the stove is perfect for heating areas of up to 75 cubic metres.
    MOR0111
    £1,179.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S11-42 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Standing on 100mm legs, the Morsø S11-42 is a stunning example of a small stove offering all the attributes of a larger model. The viewing area is maintained and indeed is at its most visually appealing in this format.
    MOR0120
    £1,199.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 3112 Badger Cleanheat Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 3112 is a radiant multi-fuel stove with a firebox that can take logs up to 32 cm in length. The cast iron stove is supplied with fine ribbed sides. The Morsø 3100 series incorporates the best from the classic Morsø design, but takes advantage of the latest combustion principles. The 3112 is equipped with riddling grate and ashpan, making it easy to remove ash and clean the stove. It is manufactured using the latest combustion principles with tertiary air supply and meet the most stringent environmental requirements. It can be fired with wood, briquettes or approved smokeless fuel and is suitable for heating areas of up to 75 cubic metres.
    MOR0018
    £1,260.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S11-43 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The elegant, simple design of our S11-43 multi-fuel stove really shines. Covering almost the entire front with its large, softly curved glass area, the stove door is a perfect expression of mood and provides a view into the warming flames. The S11-43 is a convection stove, of slim design to integrate easily into your room without dominating it.
    MOR0122
    £1,314.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S11-90 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The S11-90 stove is characterised by its sharp, distinct edges and the soft curves of the large glass doors, which create exciting contrasts in design. At the same time, the new S 11-90 is definitely top of the class from a functional point of view. Primary and secondary combustion air are easily regulated with a simple handle located in the cool space underneath the stove. Providing heating for areas of up to 75 cubic metres, this convection stove has exceptionally low emission values and a high heating efficiency. Of course, this environmentally friendly stove carries the Swan Ecolabel, and with only 4 kW output, it is ideal for low-energy homes. S 11-90 is 88 cm tall and its spacious base complete with a door is ideal for storing your stove accessories.
    MOR0123
    £1,367.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1448 Convector Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    With clean stylish lines and a modern feel, the compact shape of the 1400 series is retained in the new models. With its elegant contemporary black glass front, the 1448 underlines the new design and shape.
    MOR0113
    £1,379.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 06 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    There can be no better example of functionality and form than the Ø6. Sleek lines and sophisticated style, the Ø6 features the new Easy Clean ash disposal system, making this one of the cleanest stoves in today’s modern market. The Ø6 is capable of burning most smokeless fuels as well as logs of up 375 mm in length. It also features the Fire-Slide control, allowing the Ø6 to burn for very long periods on a single charge of fuel. In use, the Ø-Collection is unparalleled. The simple ‘no fuss’ chrome-iron grate system allows all models to burn most smokeless fuels, peat and of course seasoned logs. Full and precise control of the fire is maintained with the use of the unique Fire-Slide control system. With a single action pre-heated primary, secondary and tertiary combustion air can be either drawn into the stove or reduced depending on your burning requirements. Carefully designed air manifolds within the firebox ensure that the combustion air is delivered to the fuel in just the right mix, making sure of highly efficient combustion rates, low level smoke emissions and an extremely clear glass.
    MOR0053
    £1,424.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1442 Cleanheat Convector Squirrel Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 1442 uses a unique combustion system, and conforms to the world’s most stringent environmental requirements. It uses the latest stove heating technology including the integrated convection system. The classic Morsø 1442 is available with ribbed sides. The stove’s convection process ensures swift and evenly distributed heating throughout the room. The size of the stove makes it ideal for fairly small homes, weekend cottages and similar, and ensures that both the fuel and the stove are utilised optimally. Morsø 1442 stove is a powerful heating source, with a capacity to provide heating for a living area of up to 75 cubic metres. The cast iron stove is equipped with a riddling grate and ash pan, which make it easy to remove the ash and clean the stove. Morsø’s combustion system includes an air wash system, ensuring that the glass remains clean.
    MOR0006
    £1,450.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 08 Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Designed with the larger room in mind, the Ø8 will add a touch of class to almost any interior designer’s concept. Smooth lines coupled with double doors, makes this piece of ‘heating furniture’ fit into a classic or modern environment. Incorporating the Fire-Slide control, the Ø8 is capable of many hours of extended burn time. As with all of the stoves from the Ø-Collection, the clean-burn combustion system will help keep both your chimney and the environment clear of excessive smoke emissions. ‘Style and function’ is the main philosophy behind the design, with special emphasis on simple operation and environmental impact.
    MOR0054
    £1,680.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S10-70 Wall Mounted Wood Burning Stove

    Following the great success of the S10 Morso introduce their first wall hanging stove in the UK – the Morsø S10-70 Wood Stove. A highly attractive, contemporary stove with a large viewing area, it creates a stunning visual feature for any living room whilst providing a rated output of 5kw. The new S10-70 is one of Morso’s most exciting models to date and demonstrates the future of stoves to be both functional and attractive. It has an airwash, pre-heated secondary and post combustion systems. There is also a tertiary air supply and optional external air intake kit.
    MOR0117
    £1,680.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 2110 Panther Cleanheat Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 2110 is an elegant double-door multi-fuel stove with an aesthetic style that it is at home in both contemporary and traditional settings. The large stay-clean glass panels provides an excellent view of the fire, while the cast iron stove is operating in its most efficient mode. At 8kW, and capable of burning log lengths up to 40 cm long. The clean burning, non-catalytic design offers a simple, efficient and durable heat source that you can enjoy for years to come. The Morsø 2110 is equipped with a heavy-duty ash pan that makes ash removal effortless without the need to manually shovel ashes out of the firebox. The primary air-control lever is conveniently located in the front of the stove for adjusting heat output and burn time. Secondary air to the firebox is adjusted by a simple-to- operate lever, discretely positioned under the ash lip. Rear and bottom heat shields protect adjacent walls and floor to give you more flexibility for your hearth design and construction. An Ø155 mm reversible flue collar provides installation flexibility to vent directly off the top or rear of your stove. The Morsø 2110 is a versatile and elegant multi-fuel stove suitable for most homes.
    MOR0015
    £1,714.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso S10-40 Wood Burning Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The S10-40 steel stove – a new and beautifully designed stove with large front glass. The Morsø S10 has a stylish and minimalist design and is part of Morsø’s new range of steel stoves with a focus on modern expression. The front of the stove is dominated by the beautiful, large glass door, which ensures maximum enjoyment of the fire and also gives the stove a modern, exclusive exterior. The S10-40 uses the latest combustion technology and therefore complies with all regulations and standards. The stove can burn wood up to 33cm long, but thanks to its elegant and well-designed lines, does not take up more space than necessary. The stove door is easy to operate with its well-designed handle, which remains cool during refuelling and the lovely view of the flames is easy to adjust using a simple control.
    MOR0056
    £1,714.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 3410 Owl Cleanheat Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    Multi-fuel stoves with distinction and elegant simplicity The Morsø 3410 Owl is equipped with a state-of-the-art tertiary combustion system. Designed to be distinctive and elegantly simple , the 6.5 kW 3410 Owl with its soft lines and rounded edges is a beautiful combination of British design and Danish craftsmanship. The large single-door glass panel provides wonderful unobstructed closed-door fire viewing. Every Morsø 3410 Owl stove has a heavy-duty ash pan that makes ash removal easy without the need to manually shovel ashes out of the firebox. Rear and bottom heat shields protect adjacent walls and floor giving you more flexibility for your hearth design and construction. A 155 mm reversible flue collar provides installation flexibility to vent directly off the top or from the rear of the stove. The cast iron 3410 stove is also approved to burn wood in smoke control areas.
    MOR0022
    £1,751.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 6140 Wood Burning Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The Morsø 6140 is a simple wood burning stove in timeless design, with a large glass door that provides a splendid view of the dancing flames. Behind the glass, Morsø has developed a combustion technology that uses pre-heated air to ensure a higher temperature in the firebox, so that almost all the flue gases are burnt. This results in both more environmentally friendly combustion and better fuel economy. The 6140 is DEFRA Approved for use in smoke control areas. The Morsø 6140 is a small convection stove offering the perfect solution when heating needs are limited or as a supplement to another heat supply. The stove has a user-friendly one-handle system for controlling the air supply.
    MOR0033
    £1,756.00
    inc. VAT 20%
     
     
  • Morso 1630 Dove Cleanheat Multifuel Stove

    The Morso range is extensive and comprises of stoves to cover a whole variety of needs. So, despite the fact that the natural thing to do is let taste and appeal decide, start by looking at the various models’ and designs. There are two different types of stove: radiant stoves and convection stoves. The radiant stove concentrates the heat around the stove itself, while the convection stove quickly distributes the heat out into the whole room. The type you choose will therefore greatly depend on what you want your stove to do. If you want cosiness and warmth close to the stove, the radiant stove is a good choice. If, on the other hand, the stove is also to play an effective role in heating your home as a primary heat source, you should choose a convection stove. One of Morso’s most important areas of expertise is the production of environmentally-aware stoves, and they happily describe themselves as experts in combustion technology. Cold air is drawn into the stove and heated as it passes through the cast-iron channels (the heated air washes the glass keeping it clean, clear and free from soot). The hot air also provides perfectly heated combustion air (in addition the heated tertiary air aids secondary combustion of any smoke and gasses, increasing efficiency and reducing the environmental impact).

    The 1630 is a multi-fuel stove with traditional style Offered as a single door model, the Dove is traditional in its styling and this combined with a 10.5kW output, makes it suitable for larger rooms. The Dove is the perfect stove to nestle effortlessly into traditional inglenooks. This multi-fuel model is suitable for homes with a brick chimney and has the option of a 34,000 BTU boiler.
    MOR0010a
    £1,832.00
    inc. VAT 20%