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GRAFTON STOVES

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A stove is a focal point. Real flames provide an inviting source of warmth and atmosphere into any room. The Grafton Stoves Collection is crafted to provide a versatile and environmentally friendly way to heat your home. Modern features such as Airwash and German high temperature glass combine with

Most models in the range use Airwash technology to help keep the stove glass clean. The Airwash system operates by drawing air over the window to help keep the smoke and gasses away from the glass, keeping them within the stove chamber. Stoves without the Airwash system are more prone to tar deposits on the glass.

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COBH

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The Cobh is a classically designed stove which adds a traditional sense of style to any modern or period home. The Cobh is highly efficient and ideal for burning wood, coal or pellets. Featuring a cast iron lined fire chamber, which acts like a double skin and insulates the outer body from the high temperatures in the fuel bed. In addition, the provision of a multi-fuel grate sets this stove apart from a pure wood burner. The Cobh has an air control below the multi fuel grate which is ideal for coal and smokeless fuels, however this can be closed and the ‘Airwash’ system can be used as the primary air source when you want to burn logs.

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9.0

W 575 x D 410 x H 650

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S89ST10

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Wood, Coal, Turf, Anthracite, Eco-logs

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The option of having either a top or rear exit flue, provide installation flexibility.

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BlarneY

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The Blarney is a classically designed stove which adds a traditional sense of style to a modern or period home. The Blarney is highly efficient and ideal for burning wood, coal or pellets. Featuring a cast iron lined fire chamber, which acts like a double skin and insulates the outer body from the high temperatures in the fuel bed. In addition, the provision of a multi-fuel grate sets this stove apart from a pure wood burner. The Blarney has an air control below the multi-fuel grate which is ideal for coal and smokeless fuels, however this can be closed and the ‘Airwash’ system can be used as the primary air source when you want to burn logs.

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W 555 x D 370 x H 620

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S89ST11

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Wood, Coal, Turf, Anthracite, Eco-logs

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MARDYKE

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The Mardyke is a high quality cast iron stove, traditional in style with brass handles and hinge bar. Dual air controls in addition to the ‘Airwash’ system provide controllability, whilst the option of having either a top or rear exit flue, provide installation flexibility.

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6.5

W 445 x D 327 x H 584

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S89ST12

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Wood, Coal, Turf, Anthracite, Eco-logs

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Flue Size: 5” The option of having either a top or rear exit flue, provide installation flexibility.

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SHANDON

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The Shandon is a compact cast iron multi fuel stove. Capable of running on coal, peat, anthracite, manufactured smokeless fuels as well as wood, the Shandon is a truly versatile stove. Featuring a cast iron lined fire chamber which acts like a double skin and insulates the outer body from the high temperatures in the fuel bed, in addition to the provision of a multi-fuel grate which set a multi fuel stove apart from a pure wood burner. The Shandon has an air control below the multi fuel grate which is ideal for coal and smokeless fuels, however this can be closed and the ‘Airwash’ system can be used as the primary air source when you want to burn logs.

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6.5

W 440 x D 328 x H 576

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S89ST13

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Wood, Coal, Turf, Anthracite, Eco-logs

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Flue Size: 5” The option of having either a top or rear exit flue, provide installation flexibility.

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KINSDALE

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Kinsdale – The Kinsdale cast iron ‘Pot Belly’ stove is designed to have a large burning volume, yet be small enough to fit in the tightest installations. The Kinsdale can burn coal, waste wood and off-cuts making it a very economical way to heat a room. Refueling the stove is done via the door on the front of the stove. Given its compact size the Kinsdale is ideal for heating houseboats and garden huts. Air control is via a butterfly style flue damper and base air inlet, giving perfect control of the burn rate. The Kinsdale is supplied complete with a heavy duty removable grate for use when burning coal.

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W 255 x D 275 x H 590

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S89ST14

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Wood, Coal, Turf, Anthracite, Eco-logs

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Spares Service Our rapid spare parts service gives you peace of mind in the unlikely event that you should ever have to replace a component part. Standards All of our multi-fuel stoves are compliant to EN13240 Installation Safety Any stove must be installed in accordance with local building regulations by a competent, qualified person. Failure to install a stove correctly can create a fire hazard and/or lead to serious injury or even death. A stove must be installed on a non-combustible surface, and sufficient ventilation must be provided. Minimum clearance distances as provided for in local building regulations must be observed. We recommend the installation of a carbon monoxide detector in any room where a stove or gas appliance is installed. Flue Systems The flue system is an important part of the installation. Consult a flue specialist for advice. A twin wall stainless steel liner

should be used within the chimney, and where possible insulated to improve performance. The immediate connection from the stove to the chimney must be with either cast iron or 24 gauge steel pipe, for a minimum distance as required by local building regulations. Routine maintenance Periodic cleaning of the flue/chimney system is important to maintain the performance and prevent chimney fires or poisonous gases from entering the room. All Grafton cast iron stoves are finished with a black, heat resistant paint, certified to over 600°c. When the stove is cool, a damp cloth should be used to clean the surface. Where applicable all Grafton stoves are supplied with German ‘Schott’ high temperature glass, certified to 800°c. Output All stove outputs shown are the maximum, factory tested. Actual output will vary from installation to installation, depending upon the installation location, flue system and type/quantity of fuel used. It is better to specify a larger stove and burn a smaller fire, than to have a smaller stove continuously running at maximum output.

GRAFTON STOVES

Exclusively distributed in the UK & Ireland by GM Distribution. 70 High Park Drive, Old Wolverton Mill, Milton Keynes MK12 5TT. Tel 0845 257 6973 Specifications correct at time of going to press, we operate a policy of continuous improvement and reserve the right to amend product specifications without notice. Please consult your dealer prior to purchase. E & OE June 10


Grafton stoves brochure v1 22 06 2010