The superb combination of size and heating capacity make the Stovax Stockton 6 wood burning and multi-fuel stove particularly versatile. It is produced as a wood burning stove (easily adapted to multi-fuel use with the optional riddling grate kit) or as a dedicated multi-fuel version with external riddling.
Alternatively, you can choose the multi-fuel Stockton 6 Highline stove – a version that provides an impressive focal point in kitchens and open plan rooms. All models also accept the optional ‘clip-in’ steel boiler. This will provide an abundant supply of domestic hot water during the winter months.
The Stovax Stockton range has been developed to offer an inset convector multi-fuel fireplace with most of the heating advantages of a freestanding Stockton stove. With its cleverly designed Cleanburn and convection systems, the Stockton 7 Inset Convector is around four times more efficient than an open fire, giving you greater control of combustion, more heat for your money and lower fuel costs.
There is also an integral boiler version which produces up to 30,000 BTU’s of hot water.
Stovax’s Stockton 8 Slimline is 3” (75mm) shallower than the standard Stockton 8; this means that in many cases less building work will be required to install the stove as it could slot directly into your existing fireplace opening and, although smaller, will take logs up to 15¾” (400mm) long. Available as a two door version the Stockton 8 Slimline is a dedicated woodburner but can also burn multi-fuel when fitted with a multi-fuel kit.
Stovax’s Stockton 8 Slimline is 3” (75mm) shallower than the standard Stockton 8