WHAT EXACTLY IS A

MULTI FUEL STOVE?

A multifuel stove is one

which is designed to

burn wood, but also

solid fuels such as coal,

anthracite, charcoal,

briquettes or smokeless

fuels. If you have a multi

fuel stove, you can still

use it as a log burner

wood burner etc, but you

have the option to burn

solid fuels when wood is

not available. Solid fuels

can burn slower, and for

longer, and produce more

heat. This makes them

ideal for overnight burning

so most people will prefer

a multi-fuel stove if given

the choice.

Ask the experts.

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based in Bolton,

Lancashire

United Kingdom

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The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove

The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove
The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove
Product Code: The Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove
Availability: In Stock
Price: £1,185.00
Ex Tax: £987.50

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Newton 5kw Enamelled Multi Fuel Stove

A range of beautiful contemporary stoves with an elegant design.  Great efficiency and rated a 5kw output, these models are finished with a stainless steel door and perfect primary air control. The Newton stoves are available in matt finishes – Black or a ‘chic’ matt Ivory and a range of six lustrous vitreous enamel colours provide ample choice for creating a beautiful centre-piece in any room.

FEATURES

Engineered to perfection     
Beautifully designed stainless steel finishing touches
Designed to burn wood or multi fuel
Range: 5kW models
Pedestal options for integral fuel store
Matt Black and Ivory finish or Vitreous enamel colour options
defra approved

 

 

FOR MORE DETAILS AND DIMENSIONS SEE THE FULL BROCHURE HERE

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