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INSERTS 6 Rais 5001 7 Rais 5002 8 Rais 5003 9 Rais 700 10 Rais 2:1 12 RAIS Q-Bic insert 14 Rais Q-Tee insert 15

STOVES 16 Rais Viva 120 17 RAIS Viva 98 18 Rais Q-20 21 Rais Rina 23 Rais Q-Tee wall-mounted 24 RAIS Q-Tee 25 Rais Pilar 26 Rais Palo 28 Rais Rondo 29 Rais Q-Bic 30 Rais Epoca 32

SOAPSTONE STOVES 34 RAIS Poleo Soapstone RAIS Rina Soapstone Rais Juno

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ACCESSORIES 40 SPECIFICATIONS 46

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Firewood with a neutral environmental impact When you use dry and clean firewood and give it enough air, you can just about see the smoke from the chimney. And your firing has a neutral environmental impact. When trees grow they absorb CO2 from the air. When trees rot or are burned, they release the CO2. It cancels each other out. Wood is a renewable resource. In Europe, the amount of planted trees always exceeds the amount of felled trees.

The sale of fuel generates revenue which also benefits the flora and fauna in the forests. When wood is used as fuel, you save on coal, oil and gas. With a RAIS you get 1st class firing. The combustion is first-rate and you take extra care of the environment.

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DESIGN – IN LINE WITH MODERN HOUSES.. - a unique design which is pleasing to the eye every day – even when there is no fire in the stove - a beautiful view of the fire as a RAIS keeps the glass clean - comfortable operation as a RAIS has a cool handle - the joy of extraordinary quality because the best materials and solutions have been used - constantly visionary and innovative heat sources, which break with traditions and show supreme design. We combine classic style with innovation with simple and sturdy means. - RAIS offers exclusive and striking products that cannot be purchased elsewhere. At the same time, we connect past and future as our extensive experience is the foundation on which we create new products.

A RAIS WOODBURNING STOVE IS A GUARANTEE FOR HIGH QUALITY IN DESIGN, MATERIAL CHOICE, MANUFACTURE, HEAT ECONOMY AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFICIENCY.

The idea behind the RAIS 500 came as a natural extension of the design spirit of the modern house. The minimalistic style with the right lines and simple means in the modern architecture is also the recipe for the modern woodburning stove? - Yes exactly. The simple lines. The beautiful height and closed shape all the way around. The width and height on the glass door.

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- We not only wanted good design. Form and function also had to come together. Ambitions for design and function. It sounds simple – but it rarely is... But even that succeeded, and it was a real pleasure, when the RAIS 500 became reality and was ready for the customers, says development manager Villy Jacobsen.

RAIS is a thoroughly Danish manufacturing company which makes woodburning stoves, inserts and accessories in a modern production environment with the latest robot technology and measuring equipment. However, the woodburning stove concept and the company RAIS has existed for more than 35 years – emerging from the former Ørskov Maskinfabrik in Frederikshavn.

The factory was founded by the Ørskov family, who later established Ørskov Stålskibsværft, today Orskov Yard. In the beginning, the machinery works manufactured traditional machine components, and in the middle of the 1990s it was sold and taken over by the Swiss company, Attika, and got a new name. The change to RAIS A/S marked the beginning of a new era.

Today RAIS has approximately 90 employees in the development, design and manufacture of woodburning stoves and accessories. The manufacture and distribution to the entire world takes place in Frederikshavn.

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INSERTS In architect-designed or personally designed modern houses, the fireplace is typically hidden away as an insert. The same applies when single family houses from the 60’s and 70’s are renovated into a top modern house. Here it is actually more the rule than the exception that the insert is integrated as a warm and cosy centre of rotation for the everyday life of the family in the house. In the top modern house, energy optimization has also been considered. Here the fire place ensures a fast heating as required. The woodburning stoves from RAIS are high technological equipment, which – as required – takes the combustion air from the outside, controlled by clever technology to avoid affecting the indoor climate! It is also possible to move the heat in the home, meaning that the stove heats several rooms effectively.

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Rais 500

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 4-8 kW Output (Nominal) 6 kW Heat (by/-20째 C) 60-120 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates < 1,8 g/kg Dimensions (W-H) 764-506 mm

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New insert that is pure in style and with a range of architectural possibilities for unique classic solutions in the home. Also in existing fireplaces. With a striking front glass pane, the fire lives beautifully in a central position in the room and in a fine interaction with the surfaces of the wall. Elegant and discreet handle. Glass door or classic door in steel, which can be opened either to the right or the left. Room for large wood pieces, unique combustion and fine environmental data. Can be connected to the AIR system from below or through a back wall.

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This version with glass on two sides manifests an outstanding fire corner. The streamlined insert is beautifully integrated in the modern home. Elegant and discreet handle, easy operation via the front. Glass door or classic door in steel, which can be opened either to the right or the left. Room for large wood pieces, unique combustion and fine environmental data. Can be connected to the AIR system from below or through a back wall.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 4-8 kW Output (Nominal) 6 kW Heat (by/-20째 C) 60-120 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates < 1,8 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 739-506-506 mm

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RAIS 500-3 with glass on all three sides gives the home a unique character. There is a perfect view of plenty of fire and the stove will create a genial atmosphere in the home. Elegant and discreet handle, easy operation. Glass door or classic door in steel, which can be opened either to the right or the left. Room for large wood pieces, unique combustion and fine environmental data. Can be connected to the AIR system from below or through a back wall.

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OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 4-8 kW Output (Nominal) 6 kW Heat (by/-20째 C) 60-120 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates < 1,8 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 714-506-506 mm

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Rais 700 A classic stove designed for the super minimalistic architectdesigned home or the timeless decoration. The clean lines are completed by the special handle, which you can only see faintly. Room for large wood pieces and an impressive flame image. Unique combustion. Classic door in steel and glass or complete glass door, white or black. Can be connected to the AIR system through the back wall or right side.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-7 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20째 C) 60-105 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates < 2,59 g/kg Dimensions (W-H) 864 - 574 mm

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DESIGN IS A MATTER OF COURSE.. When one of our distinguished, Danish industrial designers, Mads Odgård, decorates his rooms in a Swedish cottage, he of course lives up to his own slogan: design should be human and logical in form. - Of course I chose the one that I think is best looking on the market, a RAIS 700... Mads Odgård particularly accentuates the very narrow, minimalistic frame. He has built in the RAIS in a way that pulls it 20 cm into the room, in line with a floorboard. Detail and whole.

When you look into the stove, you do not see plates cut to measure. No, they are shaped for the stove. And the small horizontal handle works perfectly with a small arrow on it as a symbol. Any Mercedes owner would love that solution... And then something magical happens when the gas is burned off at the top of the combustion chamber – burning off the remaining gasses; the other manufac­ turers cannot do that – that is impressive, says Mads Odgård... He also says that the stove rarely soots, and that the combustion

keeps the glass clean on the very wide door. Furthermore, it can really heat up the place - a good thing in the Swedish winter, when Mads Odgård moves to the cottage. Mads Odgård does not mention the word design. Good design is a matter of course.

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RAIS 2:1

..ensures fast, extra heating when required In a complete new low-energy house in Frederikshavn, the RAIS adds a little extra heat when the family wants it. In the mornings. When they are sitting on the sofa. Spring. Autumn. After a trip to the sledge run. The convection technique circulates the hot air in the room very quickly. For other heat sources it takes about a day to change the temperature. And it really does not generate too much heat. Among other reasons because it can slow burn at a low effect, says the owner, Dan Christensen.

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The architect Kim BĂŚk from ARKINORD emphasises that the insert gets its combustion air from the outside through an air duct under the floor. And the many architectural possibilities, among other things because of the frame. And you cannot go wrong with a RAIS he says: Danish brand, a thoroughly tested quality product.

Rais 2:1

Here is the stove which adds a new dimension to the home. As a double sided stove for building into a wall it creates an experience in two rooms: see the fire from the kitchen – and from the sofa. Unique, beautiful wide format – a design with clean lines which beautifully matches a modern home. In addition to that it has a very effective combustion which even keeps the glass clean with low fire. And with double glass in the doors you can place furniture close to the stove. The door can be opened either to the right or the left. It is possible to lock one of the sides. The frame can be adapted to the size required.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-9 kW Output (Nominal) 4-7 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 60-135 m2 Efficiency 79% Particulates 3,6 g/kg Dimensions (W-H) 746 - 489 mm

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INSERT

Rais Q-bic This beautiful corner insert gives the room character and life. Can be fitted in many places, even in small rooms. Two large glass surfaces give a beautiful view of the flames from both sides. First class design. Unfailing, modern stove. Simple operation. The Q-Bic corner insert has a steel frame. The flue duct points upwards. The Q-Bic corner insert is available with the AIR system that takes the combustion air from the outside. A super modern, environment friendly stove, which can warm up to 90 square metres.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 4-5 kW Heat (by/-20째 C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 75% Particulates 3,4 g/kg Dimensions (W-H) 446/437 - 896 mm

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Rais Q-tee rais NEWS The Q-Tee insert is quite simply an efficient little stove, which can be a fireplace just exactly where there is room for it â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in the kitchen, a cosy corner or in the apartment. Maybe in the holiday house. It often fits into an existing chimney. One of the most environment friendly woodburning stoves in the market... Has a shaking grate and a smart air-cooled handle. Is available with glass door or steel framed door. The frame can be adjusted.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 4-7 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates 0,8 g/kg Dimensions (W-H) 489-629 mm

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STOVES All RAIS woodburning stoves have a streamlined, classic design with an eye to the modern home, functional and simple. Our wide selection of models represents a range of choices for almost any need. From castle to a detached house and flat, and even the small wooden holiday house. See the following pages. Get more ideas on our website - www.rais.dk. All models can be connected to the Air-system, ensuring that the stove gets the combustion air from the outside. The optimised combustion in RAIS stoves gives a number of advantages: clean glass due to a special air system, great figures in connection with environmental consideration, good utilisation of the fuel and good combustion even at low firing. Added to this, is the air-cooled handle which makes the woodburning stove user friendly â&#x20AC;&#x201C; it is not necessary to use a glove.

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Rais viva 120 Circular stove, as simple and stylish as possible. Completely smooth surface and a large glass door. Viva is available with a swivel base, making it possible to turn the flame image in the direction you want. Can be placed in numerous ways. Also available with side glass. Elegant, new design, handle in stainless steel. It also has a shaking grate and a smart ash tray. Viva is available with an Air-system, making sure the combustion air is taken from the outside. It is possible to establish top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Fine environmental data. Can be supplied with 30 kg of natural stones that retain the heat for an extra long time.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) Output (Nominal) Heat (by/-20° C) Efficiency Particulates Dimensions (W-H)

2-6 kW 4 kW 30-90 m2 79 % 3,1 g/kg Ă&#x2DC;452- 980 mm

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Circular stove, as simple and stylish as possible. Completely smooth surface and a large glass door. Viva is available with a swivel base, making it possible to turn the flame image in the direction you want. Can be placed in numerous ways. Also available with side glass which makes it possible to see the flames from 3 sides – all the glass is kept remarkably clean by the air system. All in all, the flames look much grander in a Viva. The stove has a newly developed, air-cooled handle. It also has a shaking grate and a practical ash tray. It is possible to establish top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Viva is available with an Air-system, making sure the combustion air is taken from the outside.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) Output (Nominal) Heat (by/-20° C) Efficiency Particulates Dimensions (W-H)

2-6 kW 4 kW 30-90 m2 79 % 3,1 g/kg Ø452- 980 mm

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Design iCon

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When the designer Bent Falk created the first RAIS on the sketchpad in 1970, he probably did not know how sustainable his design would turn out to be and how much it would appeal to the spirit of the times for more than a generation. When the original RAIS-design was introduced the basis was a strong ambition to create a new type of woodburning stove, which was carefully planned in form, function and design. And they succeeded.

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The shape effectively broke with previous heat sources which were often decorated or created to look like furniture. Now all that was put aside for a more stringent style without superfluous details. The functionality determined the tripartition with the heat chamber at the top with built-in circular draught for better emission of heat. In the chamber you could also bake or fry, or even heat the teapot. Later, when barbecuing became popular the design was altered to accommodate this function. In the middle, the fireplace itself with the door was placed. Naturally, the firewood chamber was placed at the bottom.

The functional and pure design for both the square and round initial models would turn out to be the role model for most other woodburning stoves manufactured since. Since Bent Falk designed the first stoves RAIS has continued the development based on functional and pure design.

Rais Q-20 Absolute high-class design. Looks vast, but does not take up a lot of space. Beautiful stove which combines the cubistic with the organic. The large glass (double thickness glass) covers the fire from three sides. Looks good â&#x20AC;&#x201C; even when no fire is lit. The Q-20 has an integrated handle with a remarkable user-friendliness. Available with a swivel base, making it possible to turn the stove at any angle, depending on where you are in the room. Q-20 has an integrated Air-system, which gets the combustion air from the outside. Heat accumulating stones are available for the Q-20.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-7 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 45-105 m2 Efficiency 79% Particulates 2,9 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 426-426-1290 mm 21

ART & fire The artists Inger and Jørgen Pedersen from Herning just wanted to replace the woodburning stove in their living room. As they were walking around the stove shop among all the available models, they actually felt that one could be as good as the other. But when the dealer lit a RAIS Pilar something happened. - It has an amazing view of the flames, says Inger Pedersen. At the same time they saw a photo of the oxidised version which has a rusty red colour. At home the couple had just finished building their 450 square meter studio with between 3 and 6 metres to the ceiling, copper on the outside and brown steel structure on the inside. - We really fell in love with that stove. We thought about the price – but there was no way around it... Now it is an invaluable part of the studio – I really, really love it. When Inger starts work in her corner of the room, she lights a fire in the Pilar and turns the fire so it faces her. It is almost a ritual. When the flames start

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moving behind the window it gives heat and a sense of peace. Peace to work and well-being. And then when we have visitors for a lecture about art we turn it towards the room. Then it just stands in the background emitting heat and life, says Jørgen Pedersen. In the basement below the studio, there is a wood pellet stove supplying the house and studio with heat. Since the studio is thoroughly insulated and has a lot of light coming in through the large windows, making the heat from the windows, from the pellet burner and the Pilar sufficient enough to heat the studio for a substantial part of the year without the use of the floor heating. So here the stove is part of the heat supply and of the creative atmosphere in the room. But not only that. - No, because I think it is so beautiful and striking, brilliantly constructed in its high, slim shape with a pipe to the ceiling, that it is part of the art – it is a sculpture in its own right, says Inger Pedersen. It should also be mentioned that the couple later bought a new RAIS for the living room, a Q-20.

Rais rina

This beautiful and functional, new stove has an elegant, rounded front, oblique sides and does not take a lot of space. Rina has a large glass door, and the fire looks stunning through the large window. Rina is ideal for the home, the holiday house or the cottage. The newly developed handle made of stainless steel is comfortable to use and closes perfectly. There is a shaking grate and an practical ash tray. The stove is available with top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Air-system is also available for Rina, which takes the combustion air from the outside.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) Output (Nominal) Heat (by/-20° C) Efficiency Particulates Dimensions (W-D-H)

2-6 kW 4 kW 30-90 m2 79 % 3,1 g/kg Ă&#x2DC;461-410-900 mm

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Rais Q-tee WALL-MOUNTED

The Q-Tee wall-mounted stove provides a different, modern and elegant contribution to the decoration. The dimensions form a simplicity, which makes the stove fit in without taking up too much space and attention. This of course provides new opportunities for placing a fireplace. Easy cleaning around the stove. The Q-Tee is one of the most environment friendly stoves in the market and capable of heating up to 90 m2, if required. Available with glass door or steel frame. This stove has a shaking grate, an efficient ash tray and a smart air-cooled handle. The stove is available with top or rear outlet for the flue duct.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) Output (Nominal) Heat (by/-20째 C) Efficiency Particulates Dimensions (W-D-H)

2-6 kW 4-7 kW 30-90 m2 80 % 0,8 g/kg 435-388-570 mm

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Rais Q-tee Here is RAISâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; new suggestion for a small, functional and simple stove with a cubist look. Q-Tee typically matches a minor heating need and small rooms. Common sense and classical design. Fine data as for efficiency and combustion. Redesigned, air-cooled handle and a sturdy closing system. Also a shaking grate and an ash tray. You can choose the basic model and place it on the floor, on a hearth or on a bench or e.g. a concrete base. Furthermore, Q-Tee is available in three heights 57 cm, 65 cm and 85 cm. Available with glass door or steel frame. The stove is available with top or rear outlet for the flue duct. Air-system is also available for Q-Tee.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) Output (Nominal) Heat (by/-20° C) Efficiency Particulates Dimensions (W-D-H)

2-6 kW 4-7 kW 30-90 m2 80 % 0,8 g/kg 435-388-570/650/850 mm

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Rais Pilar High-class design. An impressive, circular woodburning stove which is a perfect example of clean lines and simplicity. Manifests itself beautifully in the room with a vaulted ceiling. Smooth and complete surface. A vast curved glass door gives the stove a striking front and an unobstructed view of the fire. Can be turned 70, 160 or 360 degrees. Available in two heights 152 and 172 cm.

Vesta award 2009

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 76% Particulates 3,9 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) Ă&#x2DC;456 - 1520/1720 mm

Rais Pilar uniq

As the name suggests each woodburning stove is unique. The raw steel stove gets its unique surface through an oxidation process which takes place outdoors: wind, temperature and rain in beautiful unison create the special surface for a period of up to five weeks, where the stoves are tuned manually in order to make the weathering even. After the oxidation is over the stove is treated with oil which emphasises the beautiful, golden glow. Then Pilar Unique is ready to arouse excitement and to bring personality into the home. 27

Rais Palo

This beautiful stove has clean lines through a slim and high design which accen­ tuates the spaciousness of the living room. The large, curved glass door really does the fire justice, which can be experienced from the entire room. Especially good for a corner. Steel and glass door or pure glass door. Available with swivel base and Air-system. Available with open or closed firewood box.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 76% Particulates 3,9 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 435 - 428 - 1240 mm

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Rais Rondo The original. Beautiful and circular. Equal parts of modern classic and cultural heritage. The well-known, timeless woodburning stove with tripartition: baking compartment, combustion chamber and firewood box. Created with delicate, clean lines and hidden hinges. Fantastic air system and combustion technology. Is available with swivel base.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-8 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 45-120 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates 3,3 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) Ă&#x2DC; 490 - 1030 mm

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Rais Q-Bic Cubist stove â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a sculpture in the living room... Remarkably large glass surfaces give a view of the flames from two sides. With the beautiful design Q-BIC will decorate your home even when a fire is not lit. The stove has delicate and simple lines where the door covers the entire side. With the swivel base the fire can be turned towards any point of the compass depending on your mood. With a fixed base the stove can be placed perfectly in a corner. Built-in firewood box in the bottom.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 75% Particulates 3,4 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 404 - 404 - 1060 / 1270 mm

Photo used with kind permission from Dinesen Gulve

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Rais Epoca

This woodburning truly combines striking elegance with strong functionality. Epoca is really capable of producing heat. With the wide combustion chamber, it can take in large pieces of firewood, and the impressive window makes it possible to really see the fire. Simple and supple firing, a beautifully designed handle. Practical compartment at the bottom â&#x20AC;&#x201C; opens with a light pressure. The conic shape with the styled top plate gives an elegant expression. Available with glass or steel door.

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OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-8 kW Output (Nominal) 4-5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-105 m2 Efficiency 79% Particulates 2,9 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 542 - 390 - 1102 mm

Design for the modern home is functional and simple. It is quality in exclusive finish from detail to whole. The classic idiom is Danish tradition, profound knowledge and innovation. It is Danish design created for experiences, cosy atmosphere and effective heating. We call it “Art of Fire” – an uncompromising and aesthetic concept based on 35 years of binding curiosity, courage and will to develop the sublime. We never compromise on function, form or quality, and our principal approach is that only the best is good enough when decorating the modern home.

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SOAPSTONE NATURAL STONES WITH SECRETS... There is a dramatic story of creation behind the Finnish natural stone. The story is about wild forces of nature displacing large masses of landscape, exerting a massive pressure on geological layers, about cold and heat, about fire and water and oceans of time. Now that this inferno has finally settled down, we as human beings are left here astonished at these stones that are so full of secrets. Natural stones, soapstone, steatite â&#x20AC;&#x201C; there are many ways of saying it. But we are not only astonished at them - we also embrace them. As a gift from nature. These fascinating stones, which â&#x20AC;&#x201C; well â&#x20AC;&#x201C; allegedly are able to keep away the evil spirits... Throughout the ages, the evil spirit has perhaps particularly been the cold during winter. We willingly believe this considering the vast Finnish forests towards the north, the many lakes and the freezing winter cold. So it is no wonder that the Finns have brought these unequalled stones to light, have lifted the veil on their secrets and have converted them into life quality in the living room, the steam bath and the kitchen. For these beautiful and heavy stones have the special ability to retain the heat for a long time. That is why Finnish Tulikivi collects the finest soapstone from the mines so that we in part are able to bring a beautiful monument of the almost artistic capabilities of nature into the living room, and in part have the pleasure of the unique ability of the stones to drag on the warmth.

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Rais Poleo SOAPSTONE

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 3-8 kW Output (Nominal) 4-5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-105 m2 Efficiency 79% Particulates 2,9 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 548 - 429 - 1097 mm

With its user-friendly rounded organic shape RAIS Poleo displays a fine simplicity, which makes a good appearance in the home environment. The pleasant exterior is matched by a high heating efficiency: the combustion chamber of the stove can contain large pieces of firewood, and 77 kilos of soapstone accumulate the heat and prolong the emission of heat. Simple and supple firing, beautifully designed handle. Practical compartment at the bottom â&#x20AC;&#x201C; opens with a light pressure. The conic shape with the styled top plate and the door of steel gives a classic look. A glass door gives a more modern touch.

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Rais Rina SOAPSTONE Rina soapstone sets new standards for aesthetics and the use of a small stove – 63 kilos of Finnish natural stone provide the sides and top with a rustic, white grey character forming a sharp contrast to the black glass door. Good style. One of the most environment friendly woodburning stoves in the Scandinavian market – retains the heat for an even longer time. Perfect for the home as well as the holiday house or cottage. The fire looks impressive through the characteristic glass window. The door is also available with a steel frame. Also available with a shaking grate and an effective ash tray. Rear or top outlet for the flue duct.

OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 4-5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 79% Particulates 3,1 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) 464-415-981 mm

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Rais Juno

SOAPSTONE

RAIS Juno soapstone is characterized by a unique sculptural and slim design and demonstrates a supreme heat accumulation. 255 kilos of stone retains the firing heat, which means that the stove is still above 60 degrees the next morning. So this top modern stove supplies convective heat and functions according to the mass stove principle. The tastefully rounded, light natural stones constitute a beautiful contrast to the fire and the bright glass and steel. Elegant and pure in style, impressive simplicity! Available with swivel base for an optimal use of the beautiful view of the fire and a cosy atmosphere. Notice the fine data for the release of particulates and environmental friendliness. Can be connected to the AIR system intended for dense low energy houses.

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OUTPUT Output (Min-max) 2-6 kW Output (Nominal) 4-5 kW Heat (by/-20° C) 30-90 m2 Efficiency 80% Particulates 3,1 g/kg Dimensions (W-D-H) Ă&#x2DC;470-1660 mm

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ACCESORIES As mentioned, we at RAIS are very dedicated to the whole and the detail. Therefore, we also draw and manufacture functional and streamlined accessories for our stoves. Elegant and simple. Our convection grates, firewood baskets and fireplace tools are manufactured with the usual RAIS quality.

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FIREWOOD RACK

Measures Height 45 cm Depth 50 cm Width 100 cm Weight 30 kg

Practical, simple and timeless steel rack for e.g. firewood. Timeless and simple. High-quality product. Can also be turned over to be used as a bench or similar with cushions. Available in two versions â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with two or three rooms.

Firewood rack, 2 compartments H-W-D 98x31x36 Colour: Black Firewood rack, 3 compartments H-W-D 149-31-36 Colour: Black

Fiber concrete is a super modern material, which is also sturdy and wear-resistant. The good formability makes it possible to create a trendy, minimalistic expression with a great stability. The natural colour of the concrete is white as marble and it has an interesting smooth structure. RAIS Constant bench can be placed outside or inside, also in the bathroom.

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rais woodwall Elegant steel wall holder with back plate to ensure the firewood does not touch the wall. Then dry wood will always be within reach. Easy to mount.

rais tetra Beautifully designed fireplace tools which suit a streamlined stove. Nice co-ordinating effect between the materials steel, iron and concrete. For mounting on a wall. Or standing on the floor. The solid base ensures stability. With poker, broom and shovel.

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rais carry Smart, architect-designed, pure firewood basket made from lightweight metal. Will fit anywhere. Available in several trend colours. Handy and easy to fill up and get firewood out of.

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rais buteo Elegant RAIS design where the fireplace tools are placed in an organically shaped holder which almost appears to be floating when it is mounted on the wall. The floor model has a circular concrete base, making it sturdy and stable. With poker, broom and shovel.

Finnish natural stones retain the heat... From ancient times it has been a well-established fact that heated stones retain the heat. The same thing happens when you line a woodburning stove with Finnish natural stone: the stove accumulates the heat and gives off radiant heat for a long time, thereby utilising the firewood better. For example: you get eight hours of afterheat if you place four kg of firewood in a PILAR 172 equipped with 94 kg of stone.

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rais CONVECTION GRATES All RAIS products are created to achieve a quality design. That also applies to our accessories – e.g. convection grates which are built-in with an insert. Inserts represent two types of convection. Partly the convection which is built into the stove, and partly the convection which, according to regulations, must be established when building-in the stove – beneath and above the stove. For inserts there is a minimum convection area which must be respected depending on the type of material used. In this way it is ensured that the stove will be air-cooled, thereby preventing overheating of the wall. In order to make it easy to meet the criteria, RAIS has designed convection boxes with grills that fit the size of the individual inserts: Q-BIC Insert, RAIS 2:1, RAIS 700 and RAIS 500. We also have convection grates which fit the size of the stoves. This way a whole is created when the grills are flush with the insert. The grills are available in two versions – with long grooves and with holes. Vertically the grill is the equivalent of a course, bricks with joints.  

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SPECIFICATIONS

Rais 500 1 DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Q Back of top plate Distance from centre smoke outlet at the top to the back edge of the top plate

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

E To wall at side

OUTPUT

718-452-470 556-306-295 732-550-474 764-506 Ø150

H To the ceiling      

7 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2 80 % 1,8 g/kg

 To wall at side   To wall at back   To the ceiling    To the side    To the  floor  In front of the floor  To furniture

B In front of the floor 

C To the side (e.g. door frame)

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

 

  

 

110 kg

Due to the continuous technical development we reserve the right to make changes without prior warning to specifications, colours and equipment. We are not responsible for misprints or mistakes in text, pictures and specifications.



Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

452 

 718 



Finished face opening – fire retardant material



     

 764

  

710 

470 



  

In order to ensure an optimal indoor climate, woodburning stoves from RAIS are able to take in the combustion air from the outside. This technology also makes it possible to use woodburning stoves in low energy houses, where a technical control of the heat and air quality is important. The so-called Air system is mounted either in the floor or on the wall behind the stove. In this way, it will not be seen. The system is standard or available as accessory. In addition to this is the so-called Air-Kit, which is mounted from the top and out. A discreet covering hides the connection behind the stove. From the outside, you can only see a small grate in the wall.

 452 

Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

SPECIFICATIONS:

 452

TAkes the air in from the outside...

WEIGHT 

Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top Air-cooled handle Air-system Frame in special dimensions

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  

A To furniture

200 100 850 150 400 300 900

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

506 

G To the floor

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees) Efficiency Particulates

D To wall at back

Finished face opening - Brick

mm mm mm mm mm



TECHNICAL DATA:

Distance to flammable material



EXPLANATION OF TABLE

   

SPECIFICATIONS INSERTS Rais 500 2

Rais 500 3 TECHNICAL DATA: 713-452-470 mm 556-306-295 mm 718-550-474 mm 739-506-506 mm Ø150 mm

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

7 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2 80 % 1,8 g/kg

 

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees) Efficiency Particulates

OUTPUT

To wall at side To wall at back To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture

200 100 850 200 400 300 900

WEIGHT

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

    

110 kg Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

    

     

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

708-452-470 mm 556-306-295 mm 708-550-474 mm 714-506-506 mm Ø150 mm

Finished face opening - Brick

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

OUTPUT Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees) Efficiency Particulates

7 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2 80 % 1,8 g/kg

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL To wall at side To wall at back To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture

200 100 850 200 400 300 900

WEIGHT

110 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top Air-cooled handle Air-system Frame in special dimensions

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Standard Accessories - x x x x x - x - x

    

    

 Finished face opening – fire retardant material

 

   

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min. 500 cm2

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top Air-cooled handle Air-system Frame in special dimensions

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

Finished face opening - Brick

 

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

TECHNICAL DATA:

 452

7 0



8



 

427 

35 4

470

470

             

         

506

 



506

506

    

     

  

 



506

 739 



427

 



35 5

 452 



 418

3 

 

 

452 

71



 452 

35  9 

 

714

47

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) 825-485-535 mm 562-286-300 mm 840-545 mm 864-574 mm Ø150 mm

Recommended convection area top min 700 cm2 bottom min 400 cm2

 



SPECIFICATIONS:

Standard Accessories x - x x A - x - x - x

Steel door Glass door Flue exit: Top B-B A B Air-system Frame in special dimensions Adapter 



    

125 kg

 A-A





 





     

Finished face opening – fire retardant material (see user manual)





 







  



 



A







 



      



 Recommended convection area  top min 800 cm2 B

bottom min 490 cm2

 

    





 



 

A-A

A

 















  



B-B

 CAN BE USED IN

48

    



 







    







Standard Accessories x x x x - x x -

mm mm mm mm mm mm

Recommended convection area top min. 800 cm2 bottom min 530 cm2

Finished face opening – fire retardant material (see user manual)







 



SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Flue exit: Top Air-cooled handle Air-system Telescopic legs and legs Frame in special dimensions







140 kg

 

 



WEIGHT

  



A-A



200 590 200 450 300 600

 





To wall at side To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture



WEIGHT

   

7 kW 3-9 kW 60-135 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

A

  



 

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

A

Recommended convection area top min 800 cm2 bottom min 490 cm2

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL B

Finished face opening - Brick

mm mm mm mm mm

OUTPUT

5 kW 3-7 kW 60-105 m 2

300 110 850 200 400 300 700

807-466-910 500-244-374 736-479 746-489 Ø150

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions (B-H) Flue exit (diameter)

 

  OUTPUT

Finished face opening - Brick

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)



00

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

To wall at side To wall at back B To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture

78

ONMEN T

5

5

5

TECHNICAL DATA:

Rais 2:1

VIR

LABEL

00

N

5

78

SWAN E

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

LABEL

Rais 700

N

AL

SWAN E

SPECIFICATIONS INSERTS

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

VIR

ONMEN T LABEL

Rais Q-Tee insert

N

AL

SWAN E

SPECIFICATIONS INSERTS 78

5

5

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

Rais Q-BIC insert TECHNICAL DATA: DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

463-375-603 mm 310-280-220 mm 473-425-613 mm 489-629 mm Ø125 mm

Recommended convection area top min 600 cm2 bottom min 350 cm2

Finished face opening - Brick

OUTPUT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

H

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

D

4,5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

C

C-

-E

G

. 7 Min 4

E

WEIGHT

140 kg

Mi n.

A

SPECIFICATIONS:

A

Recommended convection area top min 600 cm2 bottom min 350 cm2

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

Flue exit: Top exit Air-cooled handle Steel door with glass Air-system Frame in special dimensions

Standard Accessories x x x - x - x

B A

H

m 3mmm 77663

mm

33 4477 in.







B-B

A-A

 



C

-E  E C

G

G

mmm m



H





 





CC

D



m

in.

MMin

D

MMin

D

B

E

G



4Min. 47 75 5 m

Min.613 613 mm Min mm

 

 

Recommended convection area top min 500 cm2 bottom min 250 cm2

Min. 858mm

 

Min



B

A

Finished face opening fire retardant material (see user manual)

D

E

B

A

A





m 7m 41

B

E

H

n. Mi



E-E



 

42 5m m

B

B

E

Standard Accessories - x x x x x - x - x

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

G

CC

m m 3 mm 47 3

86,5 kg



E



D

200 100 500 200 300 300 750



WEIGHT

24 52 m5 mm

m

D

To wall at side To wall at back To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture

Min. 858mm

in .4

Min



Recommended convection area top min 500 cm2 bottom min 250 cm2

D



Min M

613 mm MinMin. 613 mm

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

G

200 100 800 200 400 300 650

Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Lufkølet håmdtag Riddling grate and ash tray Air-system Frame in special dimensions

mm mm mm mm mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

To wall at side To wall at back To the ceiling To the side To the floor In front of the floor To furniture

SPECIFICATIONS:

426-418-850 288-288-500 417-425-858 446/437-896 Ø150

OUTPUT

4,1 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

H

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

Finished face opening - Brick

Fireplace insert’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions (B-H) Flue exit (diameter)

H

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

B

E A

C

A

Mi n.

C

42

5

n. Mi

D

7 41

B

B A

A

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

49 



Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at back

Ø452-1223 mm 295/328-393 mm Ø150 mm 226 mm 120 mm 1015 mm 935 mm

OUTPUT

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at back

Ø452-980 mm 295/328-393 mm Ø150 mm 226 mm 120 mm 920 mm 845 mm

4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

WEIGHT

50 mm

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Side glass - x Air-cooled handle x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-system x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Heat accumulation stones - x

CAN BE USED IN

4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

350/400 mm 100/250 mm 50 mm

WEIGHT

98 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Side glass - x Air-cooled handle x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-system x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x

CAN BE USED IN

426-426-1290 mm 308-275-558 mm Ø150 mm 213 mm 121 mm 1250 mm 1170 mm

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

5 kW 3-7 kW 45-105 m 2

To wall at side ( door ) To wall at side ( glass ) To wall at back

600 mm 300 mm 150 mm

WEIGHT

155 kg 20 kg

- for accumulation stones

SPECIFICATIONS: Flue exit: Top and back Steel door with glass Swivel base and rotating flue collar Air-system Heat accumulation stones

Standard Accessories x x - x x - x

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

SWAN E

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at back

179 mm 119 mm 860 mm 786 mm

OUTPUT Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

350 mm 100 mm

WEIGHT

105 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Flue exit: Top and back Air-cooled handle Riddling grate and ash tray Air-system

50 mm

Standard Accessories x x x x x -

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

A A

.











A



.

150

1290

 





426 .



.



600/300

A-A

50

5

461-410-900 mm 295-225-393 mm Ø150 mm

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

A

00

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at back

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL 350/400 mm 100/250 mm

104 kg

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

78

TECHNICAL DATA:

OUTPUT

OUTPUT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

SWAN E

SWAN E

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

5

5

5

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Rais Rina

ONMEN T LABEL

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

00

VIR

AL

TECHNICAL DATA:

78

N

5

Rais Q-20

ONMEN T LABEL

00

VIR

AL

78

N

5

Rais Viva 98

ONMEN T

5

00

VIR

LABEL

LABEL

78

N

AL

AL

N

5

Rais Viva 120

SWAN E

SPECIFICATIONS STOVES ONMEN T VIR



DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

mm

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions 435-388-570 mm Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions 310-280-220 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø125 mm Distance from floor to Air-system connection (gulv) see user manual Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate see user manual

mm

OUTPUT

mm

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at backside

5

H: 1720/1520

H: 1240

1625 mm

·228 220·

. Ø456 456 .•

150/950

C:

1750 mm

1875 mm

X: 150/950

X: 400





1750 mm

1500 mm •

1250 mm 1125 mm

1000 mm

1000 mm

875 mm

875 mm

750 mm

750 mm

625 mm 500 mm 375 mm

625 mm 500 mm 375 mm 250 mm 125 mm

125 mm •

X: 400

Y: 150



1375 mm

1125 mm

250 mm 

D: 428

H:1720/1520 1720/1520

• •

0m

Y:

150/950

228

A

1250 mm

B:435 435

C:





425

 





A

50/950



   

1375 mm

H:1240 1240

A

398,5     388

207





A

A

  





435

 



585    471







A-A



A-A



A-A

0m



2000 mm

:



1500 mm 

Y:

1625 mm





 A



1875 mm

0m

A

A

A





 



 

 

A-A ( 1A-A : 5 )( 1 : 5 )

ø 





125 mm

0m 2000 mm

0 13



A

250 mm

125 mm Y: 150

565 

 

A

 



375 mm

250 mm

A

ø1 









70



 A

205 205

A-A







456 456





736 736 390 390

A

120 110 110 120



 



375 mm

51

1625 mm



1500 mm



A

1375 mm

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

1250 mm

131 131





• mm 150

Standard Accessories - x x x - x x - x •



388 388

B: 446

A



CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

1125 mm Topplade rustfri stål 1000 mm Glass door Flue exit: Top and875 back mm C: 218 H: 896 Swivel base and rotating 750 mm flue collar Air-system 625 mm Heat accumulation stones 500 mm



A-A

1375 mm

SPECIFICATIONS:1250 mm

500 mm A-A

A-A

1500 mm WEIGHT 200/170 kg •

• B: 435 • Accessories • D: 428 Standard • Flue exit: Top and back x 1125 and mm rotating flue collar Swivel base - x 1000 mm box Closed firewood - x 875handle mm Air-cooled x Air-system - x 750 mm Glass door - x 625 mm

1250 mm

Ø456

1375 mm

400 mm 150 mm 950 mm

1625 mm

125 kg

SPECIFICATIONS:

A-A ( 1 : 5 )

1125 mm

50 mm

1625 mm WEIGHT1500 mm

100

Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Air-cooled handle Riddling grate and ash tray Air-system

To wall at side To wall at back 2000 mm Afstand til brændbart m/drejefod 1875 mm To non-flammable wall and 1750 mm X: at 200 sides and back we recommend

Standard Accessories - x x x x x - x

400 mm 150 mm

Y:

SPECIFICATIONS:

1000 mm

80/83/95 kg

875 mm

WEIGHT

Standard Accessories - x x x x x - x

5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL (låst model)

To wall at side mm To wall 2000 at back To non-flammable 1875 mm wall and at sides1750 and mm back we recommend

84 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Air-cooled handle Riddling grate and ash tray Air-system

50 mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

50 mm

WEIGHT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

750 mm

275 mm 350 mm

275 mm 350 mm

5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

625 mm

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

OUTPUT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

500 mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

1111 mm

375 mm

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

1219 mm

OUTPUT

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

4,1 kW 2 - 6 kW 30 - 90 m 2

120 mm

250 mm

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

207 mm

125 mm

OUTPUT

4,1 kW 2 - 6 kW 30 - 90 m 2

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Ø456-1720/1520 mm Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions 275-245-475 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 220 mm Distance from floor to Air-system connection 175 mm Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1282 mm Distance from floor to flue exit at backside 1386 mm

207

mm

00

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) 435-428-1240 mm 275-245-475 mm Ø150 mm

C:

mm mm mm

78

TECHNICAL DATA:

0m

Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions 435-388-570/650/850 Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions 317-270-270 Flue exit (diameter) Ø125 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 131 Distance from floor to Air-system connection (wall) 110/190/390 Distance from back of stove to Air-system (floor) 205 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 456-642-842

SWAN E

SWAN E

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

5

5

SWAN E

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Rais Pilar

ONMEN T LABEL

TECHNICAL DATA:

00

VIR

AL

78

N

5

Rais palo

ONMEN T LABEL

00

VIR

AL

78

N

5

5

5

ONMEN T LABEL

00

VIR

AL

78

N

5

Rais q-tee WALL

LABEL

Rais q-tee

N

AL

SWAN E

SPECIFICATIONS STOVES ONMEN T VIR

SPECIFICATIONS STOVES Rais rondo

Rais Q-BIC

Rais Epoca

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA:

120 m

Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions 404-404-1270/1060 Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions 288-288-500 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 202 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 120

992 m

OUTPUT

892 m

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

138 kg Accessories x • • x x -

CAN BE USED IN

1875 mm

255 245 •

C:

1750 mm

1250 mm

1125 mm

1125 mm

750 mm

625 mm

625 mm

H: 1030

875 mm

750 mm

375 mm

350 750

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and back x Air-cooled handle x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-system x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Cover firewood box x -

• •

B:404 404

D: 404

541,5 541,5

500 mm 375 mm

.

245

: 500

Y: 100

0m Y:

750

A

A-A

539 539

379 379

02

0m

390 390

A

125 mm

125 mm

50 mm

WEIGHT 120 kg

250 mm

250 mm

350 mm 175 mm

1000 mm

875 mm

500 mm

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

1500 mm 1375 mm

Ø490 Ø510 Ø490

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

1625 mm

1250 mm 1000 mm

52

1875 mm

1375 mm •

Y:

2000 mm

0

1500 mm

Y: 100 X: 500

1625 mm

7 kW 3-8 kW 30-105 m 2

1033 1033 946 946

50 m

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

127 127

500 m 100 m

H: 1030

To wall at side 2000 mm To wall at back 1875 mm wall and To non-flammable mm we recommend at sides 1750 and back 1625 mm WEIGHT1500 mm 1375 mm SPECIFICATIONS: Standard mm Top plate1250 soapstone - 1125 mm Baking compartment • x Ø490 1000 mm Baking compartment plate soapstone - Flue exit:875 Topmm and back x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - 750 mm Air-cooled handle x 625 mm Air-system x 500 mm 375 mm 250 mm 125 mm SMOKE CONTROL 0 m mm AREAS 2000

To wall at side 350 mm To wall at2000 back mm 350 mm 1875 mm Afstand til brændbart m/drejefod 750 mm To non-flammable wall at sides 1750 mm and at back we recommend 50 mm 1625 mm 1500 mm WEIGHT 153/143 kg • B: 404 • • D: 404 1375 mm • 1250 mm SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Air-cooled handle x 1125 mm Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x 1000 mm Air-system x 875 mm Flue exit top x 750 mm 625 mm 500 mm 375 mm 250 mm 125 mm 0m •

1102 1102

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

OUTPUT

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL (locked model)

H: 1270/1060

5 kW 3-8 kW 45-120 m2

mm

202

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

mm

C:

OUTPUT

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions 542-390-1102 mm Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions 360-240-380 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 180 mm Distance from floor to Air-system connection 118 mm Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1026 mm Distance from floor to flue exit at backside 939 mm

mm mm mm

4,5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

1270/1060 H: 1270/1060

255 m

750

Ø490 - 1030 m 336-289-345 m Ø150 m

X:

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at backside

1750 mm

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

  





 



548-429-1097 mm 360-240-380 mm Ø150 mm 180 mm 120 mm 1010 mm 923 mm

OUTPUT 7 kW 3-8 kW 30-105 m 2

5

5

00

SWAN E

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at backside

464-415-981 mm 295-225-395 mm Ø150 mm 178 mm 119 mm 894 mm 819 mm

OUTPUT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

78

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at backside

Rais JUNO

ONMEN T LABEL

00

VIR

AL

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

78

N

5

TECHNICAL DATA:

ONMEN T LABEL

TECHNICAL DATA:

VIR

AL

Rais Rina SOAPSTONE

N

5

Rais Poleo

SWAN E

SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

Woodburning stove’s external dimensions Combustion chamber’s internal dimensions Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from floor to flue exit at backside

Ø470-1660 mm 295-225-393 mm Ø150 mm 235 mm Heat storage effectRAIS RAIS JUNO Varmelagringseffekt JUNO Temperature developmenti varmelagringssten in heat storage stones Temperaturudviklingen vist over et døgn med 4 påfyldninger shown in a time span of 24 hours by 4 charges

129 mm 1103 mm

140

120

1024 mm

100

OUTPUT

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

4,5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees)

4,5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

80 Temp.CC Temp. 60

40

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

350 mm 175 mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

350 mm 175 mm

WEIGHT 178 kg

WEIGHT

- of this soapstone

- of this soapstone

149 kg 63 kg

50 mm

50 mm

To wall at side To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

350 mm 150 mm

20

0 00

50 mm

01

02

03

04

05

06

07

08

09

77 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and back x Air-cooled handle x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-system x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Cover firewood box x -

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Side cover soapstone x Top plate soapstone x Flue exit: Top and back x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Cover firewood box - x Air-cooled handle x Air-system x -

CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

- Total without side glass - of this soapstone With side glass - of this soapstone Extra heat accumulation stones

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

Heat storage stones

kg kg kg kg kg

A-A

415 

464 

428,5 428,5

548

12 Timer

Varmelagringssten

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and back x Air-cooled handle x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-system x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Heat accumulation stones - x Side glass - x

A

548

275 181 254 157 74

11

Hours Charge

WEIGHT

10

Påfyldning

A-A

A

A-A

 1103  1024

119  A

A

385 

129 

A

894 

819 

 981  969

127 127

1017 1017 930 930

1097 1097

1660 

A

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Fascination and respect for the trees in the forest... Here you see them as solar collectors creating energy as the most natural thing in the world. When you hold the firewood in your hands and you are ready to feed your woodburning stove with new energy, the thoughts may wander to the forest, from where the energy comes. This is where the trees are at work. Beautiful, green or naked, calm or unsteady depending on the time of year, the wind and weather. - I walk around in the forest nearly every day and I am truly fascinated by the tress. These solar collectors that absorb the light and bind the CO2, collect substances from the ground and produce energy in large amounts. And whenever I am standing in front of a Douglas spruce of nearly two hundred years of age, I almost have a feeling of deference, says Erik Dalsgaard, forest ranger for the section of Rold forest belonging to the state and a number of forests in Himmerland, a total of approximately 4000 hectares. In the climate debate, there has been much talking about inventing the perfect climate machine. - But that machine is already here in the forest, the forest ranger points out. And that is a good thing. In this way, we are able to continue utilizing the firewood in harmony with one of the most perfect cycles of nature. Since the beginning of time, Denmark has been a forest land, every-

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thing was covered by forest. At the time around 1800, there was a major need for the wood, which meant that only 2 -3 percent of the forest was left untouched. Today, the forest covers 12 percent of the country. But if we all moved abroad and let the country overgrow, the whole area would become forest again in the course of three hundred years, I suppose. In the first stage, the fast conquerors such as willow, birch and common alder would grab the space. But then the beech and subsequently the oak would demonstrate their territorial growing power. - Today, we are rearranging the use of the forest from an almost agricultural rotation to what we call nature-based forestry. In other words, a change from having areas with each their sort of trees to letting the eco systems work with many sorts of trees in one area. We have given the power back to nature, says forest ranger, forest and landscape engineer Erik Dalsgaard. In this way, the logging takes place on a regular basis instead of felling complete areas at the same time. But the growing power remains the same, and the forestry has always delivered timber as well as fuel. - Since 2009, we have witnessed an increasing number of people who want to cut down their own trees. This is hard work. But a great pleasure, when the firewood is stacked at home and you are ready for the winter...

And a good tip here is to give the stack of firewood the best place in the garden. Not hidden behind a north-facing wall. But right there, where the sun really gets in and where there is plenty of air, so that the firewood can be ready for use. There are actually three good advices. It must be dry. And it must be dry. And then the firewood must be dry, before the pieces are put into the woodburning stove, says forest ranger Erik Dalsgaard from Skørping. Facts: Actually, all types of trees are good firewood. The heavy wood has the best heating value. But coniferous tree such as spruce on the hand has a useful content of resin. Beech is the best material for making layers of embers. Oak contains more tannic acid, which might corrode the metals in the woodburning stove, if it is not sufficiently dry. A hygrometer is available in any do-it-yourself centre. The firewood is ready for use when the hygrometer shows a water content of 18 percent or lower. The most efficient place to dry the firewood is under a shed roof.

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