The Stovax Stockton 5 multifuel stove adds a squarer element to your room, with the additional width allowing a landscape view of the burning fuel within. Choose from four colours and a flat top or canopy. The multifuel option has an external riddling and ash pan.
The popular Stovax Stockton 5 multifuel stove is compact in design and is fitted with a multifuel grate system that can adequately cope with burning either wood, smokeless coal or a mixture of the two. The multifuel kit elevates the fuel off the base of the stove allowing the primary air to come in beneath the fuel bed which is ideal for burning smokeless coal. Supplied complete with external riddling arm to help shake ash and embers down into the removable ashpan, making cleaning between burns simple and easy.
Perfectly proportioned for British fireplaces, the Stockton 5 has been engineered to offer maximum heat from minimum space. Great for homes looking for a focal point or a secondary heat source during chilly nights and evenings, the Stockton 5 multifuel with its ample 4.9kW of heat is just the ticket. Designed for city living, this multifuel stove can be used inside designated smoke control areas or zones when fitted with an optional kit. Once attached this kit keeps a steady stream of air coming into the stove meaning it is always burning hot and therefore more cleanly making it approved for burning in wood in smoke control areas by DEFRA.
Tradition meets the 21st century: while the Stockton 5 multifuel stove may have traditionally styled looks on the outside, inside it is a different story. Never one to stand still Stovax have continually made improvements to this their flagship model in the Stockton family, improving the ease of use with a new multi-functional tool for riddling the grate, removing the ashpan and opening/closing the door while in operation, next generation door seals and vermiculite firebricks, this stove is built to last and comes with a 5 year warranty to back it up. The traditionally made solid cast-iron door mounts onto the thick steel body, with solid block hinges on the right of the stove, and now offers a firm, positive door lock, giving you peace of mind that the door is securely shut every time.
As with most multifuel stoves, the Stockton 5 has a controllable lower primary air supply for controlling the burn and top secondary air that helps feed the fire and keep the glass clean. There is also a third air supply more commonly known as tertiary air which fuels the superb Stovax Cleanburn system which allows a stream of fresh air into the back of the firebox that re-burns particulates prior to them exiting the stove. The difference is that the Stockton 5 gives you control of this tertiary air supply and in doing so increases the efficiency of the stove, by producing more heat from the same amount of fuel and emitting less smoke.
Traditionally styled design that fits in with today’s modern lifestyle, the Stovax Stockton 5 ticks all of the boxes when it comes to design. Featuring clean, simple straight lines enhanced by the traditional arched door detailing, this multifuel stove will fit right at home with your décor be that in a traditional fireplace or freestanding in a room. Furthermore, when fitted with the optional heat shields the distance to combustibles from the rear of the stove can be reduced to a minimal 150mm when used with twinwall flue pipe making it more flexible in freestanding situations.
Looking for something a little more traditional? Then consider the low canopy version of the Stockton 5 multifuel. Built onto the top of the stove the low canopy adds 140mm to the overall height of the stove, but unlike others still offers the choice of either a top or rear flue exit. Looking to add a splash of colour? Like all Stockton's in the range this multifuel stove is available in matt black as standard or in one of three alternative colours; brown, blue or green each with a metallic fleck for a more authentic finish.
Established in 1981 Stovax was setup to design, manufacture and distribute stoves, fireplaces and accessories across the UK and Ireland. Based in Exeter, in 1988 the decision to incorporate gas and electric models into the range and to build them onsite in the heart of Devon was taken. Gazco was born. Today the two companies work side by side and have expanded their product portfolio ten-fold.