DRU 55 CB. A COMPACT, DURABLE AND CLEAN-BURNING CAST IRON WOOD STOVE
DRU 55 CB is a time-honoured, freestanding cast iron wood burning stove. It has an original anthracite finish and can also be supplied in other colours by special request. Among its exclusive functions are an ‘air-wash’ system that keeps the window clear and soot free and a cool touch handle for easy and safe operation
The DRU 55 CB wood stove has a generous heat output of 8 kw and an impressive energy efficiency rating of 80%. It also boasts an effective external air connection for ultra-clean burning and maximum economy.
Cast iron multi-fuel stoves
DRU multi-fuel stoves burn wood, coal, coke, brown coal or anthracite. They are made from the toughest Norwegian cast iron and are designed for the harshest climates. There are three models to suit small, medium and larger properties with a selection of colour finishes.
Safe for you and the planet
DRU cast iron stoves comply with the strictest European quality and safety standards. They also have an efficiency rating of over 75%, with most fumes being dispersed thanks to their stoves’ airflow system
Stylish and clever
DRU cast iron stoves are made in the classic form, with a large glass window that gives outstanding views of the fire. This is boosted by an ‘air curtain’ that keeps the glass clean. The chimney can be coupled to the top or rear of the stove, whilst a heat shield at the back protects the wall from staining
Unique triple burning process
DRU stoves have a unique triple burning system
Primary air is extracted from underneath the fire plate to start the ignition process
Secondary air from the rear is fed through chambers beneath to the front. Part of this is used to air-wash the window
Tertiary air is inserted through small holes at the back of the chamber. This, in tandem with the secondary air, ensures complete incineration of the fuel and the dispersal of fumes for highest efficiency
User friendly and safe
DRU cast iron stoves are simple to use and sustain. They have a useful side loading door for the fuel. The ash pan is easily removed through its own door. A ‘cold-grip’ handle is provided to open all of the doors, and is kept in a cool place under the stove.
Many choices of fuel
DRU stoves can accept 20” or 23” logs and other solid fuels, such as coal, brown coal, coke and anthracite. A funnel is provided to channel fuel to the combustion chamber. It burns slowly and steadily and can be regulated with an adjustable thermostat.