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Sorry - your browser does not allow this image to be loaded The FHT Stove
The stove that connects directly to your central heating system
to control comfort, save money and reduce your carbon emissions

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The FHT Stove
prototype under test

The FHT Stove:

- The wood burning stove that connects directly to central heating circuits
- Unique control of stove heat output to maintain room comfort
- At the flick of a switch half the stove heat transferred to the central heating circuit
- User chooses when/if they want heat to be transferred
- No 'back boiler', no 'heat sink' radiators, no expensive 'link up' equipment
- Disperses excess heat to other parts of the home
- Works with pressurised central heating circuits, including 'Combi' boilers
- Reduces fuel consumption in the central heating boiler, saves money and reduces carbon footprint
The FHT Stove is a unique wood burning stove design which incorporates all the features of modern, clean-burning, efficient stoves and adds an extra dimension! The patented technology safely diverts hot air from the sides of the stove to any central heating circuit. Heat transfer can be turned 'on' or 'off' so that you can choose whether to have all the stove heat going to the room or to divert approximately half the heat into the central heating system.

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How the FHT Stove Works

A low-power, low-noise fan in the base of the stove reverses natural convection over the outer surfaces of the firebox. When the fan is ‘on’ warm air that would normally come out of the top of the stove is directed to a heat exchanger under the firebox. The heat exchanger acts like a car radiator in reverse, taking heat from the hot air into the central heating circuit. When the fan is ‘off’ heat comes out of the top of the stove as normal. Around half of the stove heat can be diverted to the central heating system – instantaneously!

No combustion gasses pass through the heat exchanger or enter the room.

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Too hot? – divert half the heat to other rooms or hot water - fan 'on'
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Not warm enough? – choose to have all the stove heat in the room - fan 'off'
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Turn ‘on’ and ‘off’ heat transfer as often as you like
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Reduces the convective heat (hot air) but maintains the comfortable radiant heat
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Instantaneous transfer of heat - the ultimate in stove heat control

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Advantages of the FHT Stove

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The FHT Stove technology is fail-safe in the event of power supply failure
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Designed to operate in parallel with all types of central heating systems
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Excess heat dispersed to other parts of the home through the central heating system without restriction
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Clean-burn, low emission stove, whether transferring heat or not
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Can be operated from a room thermostat if desired

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