The new Nestor Martin wood/multifuel stoves & inserts represent a truly revolutionary change in
combustion technology. With a minimum of supervision they burn more efficiently making them as
environmentally friendly as possible. They are simple to operate and work to achieve the most attractive
and natural flame patterns possible. A clam fire, a roaring blaze or dancing flames.... it happens
instantly, at the touch of a button.
A selector lever controls the air supply to the stove and allows you to select which fuel you wish to burn
be it either wood, peat, briquettes or coal. THE WOODBOX® TECHNOLOGY brings together all the elements
needed to give total control of the air supply to the appliance resulting in perfect burning conditions
for either wood or coal either in normal operation or rapid ignition mode. The air supply can be manually
or remotely operated.
As the air for burning enters the appliance, it passes through a full width pre heat chamber at the back
and top of the unit. By heating the air in this way the temperature of the combustion chamber is
maintained, ensuring that the products released from the burning fuel do not fall below their ignition
temperature. This is further helped by having the door of the stove double glazed.
The newly developed air delivery system introduces the air for wood combustion not simply as an air stream
traveling down the glass but as a gentle flow throughout the entire combustion chamber. The heated air
reaches and burns all of the volatile products being released from the fuel. Since there is a balance
between the volatile generation and combustion the complete process is cleaner and much more efficient.
The slower air delivery gives a visually more satisfying fire which becomes evident through the cleaner
Designated models have the option of remote controlled units which can be fitted at the time of purchase,
or in the future giving you more flexibility and comfort than ever before. The Single function Remote
Control.... controls the stoves output at the touch of a button.
- The fuel selector lever controls the start-up air and allows you to select a burn type: wood or coal.
The control knob, operated manually or with the remote handset, adjusts the stove's air supply to optimise
primary combustion, secondary combustion and to keep glass clean.
- A minimum burn rate shutter can be adjusted at the time of installation to suit the performance of your
flue, and ensures safe burning at all times.
- The air necessary for combustion enters the stove.
- The air rises in temperature as it circulates behind and above the heating body.
- The air, preheated to 200°C, is delivered slowly and evenly into the heating body.
- Secondary combustion occurs as the preheated air mixes with the unburned gases, thereby burning off
pollutant particles and keeping the glass clean.
- The under-grate air assists with lighting and can be used for burning coal.