Morso 3610 Ribbed Wood burning Fireplace
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The Morso 3610 Ribbed Wood burning Fireplace is one of the largest in the range and is a beautifully designed stove with clean lines. The Morso 3610 radiant stove is ideal for rooms with “cathedral” ceilings that require a radiant heater for effective and efficient heating. In addition, this stove’s large double doors make it perfect for heating large rooms.
THE WOOD BURNING STOVE PERFECT FOR HEATING LARGE ROOMS
Described as “The Monster” after its launch in North America with good reason. A heat output of between 6 and 14 kWs, coupled with a burn time that can easily exceed the 12-hour mark, the Morso 3600 series fireplaces are clean, environmentally friendly and over 80% efficient. Available as a pure radiant fireplace, we are very proud to add
“The Monster” to the range of closed system fireplaces now available in South Africa. The Morso 3610 also has a side door to loading wood, a unique feature on the series.
Installation of the Morso 3610 is versatile and flexible with a reversible 155 mm flue collar; rear and bottom heat shields are standard
- Rated Output 6-14 kW
- Heats up: 90-210 m2
- Height: 796mm
- Depth: 505 mm
- Width: 598 mm
- Log Length: 55cm
- Top or rear flue outlet 155mm
*Price excludes Delivery Fee and Installation Costs. Please inquire for a full quotation.
If the Morso stove smokes or does not heat – check the following:
If the stove smokes or burns poorly the usual cause is a reduced chimney draught.
- If the stove is cold it might help to ignite some crumpled paper in the cleaning door of the chimney before establishing a fire in the stove.
- The chimney and/or the stove pipe may be obstructed.
- Leaks in the chimney reduce the draught.
- The chimney may be too low. The chimney has to be built according to the local building code, which in most cases means that the top of the chimney must rise at least 1m above the ridge of the roof.
- Large trees, neighbouring buildings, hills and other landscape conditions may cause down-draught in the chimney.
Although your stove will operate with virtually any wood, wet or green wood (unseasoned) should be avoided. Firewood should be seasoned for at least one year, preferably two years. Avoid using wood which has been exposed to salt water (driftwood, fish boxes, etc.) as the salt is very corrosive and will reduce the life of the stove and the chimney.
Sweep the Chimney at least every two years and maintain the fireplace in the summer.