A Dean Stove can be installed only 50mm away from DS Cool Wall with a combustible wall behind
Woodburning stoves have become increasingly efficient, designed to harvest the maximum energy from the fuel and distribute as much heat as possible into the room. With today’s building materials and building methods, house walls are designed to be quickly built with high insulation properties. When it comes to installing wood or multi-fuel stoves these materials are often flammable making it unsafe and illegal to install a stove in front or to the side. All CE tested and approved stoves will have gone through an over fire test, often bringing the stove to a point where it will glow red hot. This test will determine how far from combustible materials the stove can be installed. Some stove companies will restrict the primary and secondary combustion air to reduce the heat produced on this test, but this can impede the performance of the stove.
Dean Stoves have decided not to restrict the combustion air and have developed the DS Cool Wall. Under test the DS Cool Wall recorded temperatures of more than 600oC. behind the stove with a rise in room temperature behind the DS Cool Wall of only 4oC.
The DS Cool Wall comes in high temperature black.