Morso 7940 Low Base Wood burning Fireplace
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The cylindrical Morso 7940 wood burner is a real focal point. Whatever combination you choose, every incarnation features a panoramic view of your living flames, with a large curved front window and double-glazed glass to the sides.
Morso has teamed up with talented Danish designer Monica Ritterband to create a new cast-iron wood burning stove that is beautiful, innovative and practical this sleek, modern stove is modular, so you can build a wood burner that suits your home, lifestyle and needs.
Its 7kW output will heat mid-to-large rooms admirably and its stylish looks will suit any home. The smallest details are designed to delight – like the polished stainless steel handle, which is a dramatic contrast to the rich dark grey of the cast iron, or the new self-closing door, which slides into place with a soft and satisfying click – reminiscent of the sound of a luxury car’s door.
The sleek cast-iron firebox forms the main body of the wood burning stove. It has a large curved front window and double-glazed glass to the sides, and the simple elegance of the plain 275mm-high steel base suits its smooth lines perfectly.
- Rated Output: 3-7 kW
- Heats up: 45-105m2
- Flue Size 150mm
- Height: 1032 mm
- Depth: 435 mm
- Width: 504 mm
- Length of Fire Box: 33 cm
*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.