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Content INSERTS RAIS 5001 7 2 RAIS 500 8 RAIS 5003 9 RAIS 700 10 RAIS 900 12 RAIS Q-Bic insert 14 RAIS Q-Tee insert 16 RAIS 2:1 17

Signs and symbols Effect (min-max) Effect (nominal) Heat (at -20째C) Efficiency Particulates Inserts: External dimensions of the frame (W-D-H) Stand-alone stoves: Dimensions (W-D-H) Rotating base

BIONIC FIRE Bionic Fire

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STOVES RAIS Viva 98 RAIS Viva 120 RAIS Rina RAIS Q-20 RAIS Q-Tee RAIS Q-Tee wall-mounted RAIS Q-Tee 2 RAIS Pilar RAIS Q-Bic RAIS Epoca

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SOAPSTONE STOVES RAIS Juno RAIS Poleo Soapstone RAIS Rina Soapstone

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ACCESSORIES 42 SPECIFICATIONS 49


The RAIS stove is special. It stands out. From others. And in your home. Our philosophy is simple and straightforward: A stove from RAIS has to be more than just a heat source. It has to unite aesthetics and technology. Form and function. Design and craftsmanship. We call our philosophy Art of Fire. Because your RAIS stove has to work as an efficient heat source, utilising the energy of the fire optimally, and as a streamlined design object – a sculpture, integrated in your home. Our way of thinking about design and function, requires a lot from our designers, in terms of the manufacture process and materials used. However, the results are extraordinary. Thus, our stoves are the epitome of quality – down to the last detail. All RAIS stoves are made without unnecessary joints, welds and other details with no specific function – be it practically or aesthetically. The stoves are eco-friendly heat sources, ensuring efficient combustion at even low effect, and they are able to draw in combustion air from the outside, in order to provide a better indoor climate. And we have stoves, which fit in any home and any decoration. From castle to cabin. From nostalgia to modern minimalism.

RAIS is strong, contemporary design. That’s why we call it ART OF FIRE

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Fire is the heart of the home... Modern stoves are highlighted by a high degree of design and eco-friendliness Since the dawn of time, humans have been closely connected to fire. Back in the day, homes had a hole in the roof, the fire was centred in the middle of the room and the family gathered around the fire, the warm focal point. Indeed, it is still like that – the fire is the same... Well, alright – we have improved our homes quite a lot since that time. They are better insulated. And the fireplace? It has its own smoke channel. And very modern low-energy houses even have an invisible channel for the air intake.

Low-energy and rapid heat This goes for the Christensen family; father, mother and two children, living in Frederikshavn in a low-energy house with a RAIS 2:1, a favourite of architects. The indoor climate is controlled by technique, unaffected by the stove. It provides heat when needed. A streamlined, non-stop stove with a two-sided door, so they can enjoy the fire in both kitchen and living room – especially the bricking frame gave the architect some opportunities, which we love to play with, when tailoring the inner architecture to fit the wishes of the family, says architect Kim Bæk from ARKINORD, Frederikshavn and Aalborg. 4

Impressive combustion One of our renowned Danish designers, Mads Odgård has the RAIS 700 centrally placed in his Swedish derelict farm house. The place oozes of a feeling of back to basics, amongst birch, woodpiles, stone fences and wooden houses, painted in classic Swedish earth tones. The stove manifests the only screen in the room, completely razor-sharp, since the efficient window cleanser circulates air and keeps the window clean on the wide door. The combustion is impressive – with a RAIS, you fire first-class, the designer states. And of course, in an eco-friendly manner.


High-tech craftsmanship If the fireplace should be placed in the middle of the room, be able to handle firewood in upright position and be able to compete with an excellent view through glass walls, RAIS Q 20 is the right solution with a top class design. And it has to be design in the home of artists like Inger and Jørgen Pedersen from Herning. Here, creativity and art is lived, and the urge to create, forces the couple to express themselves in steel and imaginative colours. The stove is also a fine piece of craftsmanship, made of plate steel, folded and flattened, installed and post-treated with great care and precision, and today the vibrant centre of the couple’s kitchen and living room. 5


Floating lightness. Excellent heat. Regardless, if the stove inset is set and considered from the beginning of the house construction, or integrated in an existing fireplace in terms of refurbishment of the villa from the 70s, the result is the same: A stove inset creates a visual and floating lightness in the room, not achievable with a regular stove. It is further a high-tech heat source, which is able to unite thought out design with unique functionality. The stoves are for instance able to take in combustion air from the outside, in order to provide a better indoor climate, or you can go for heat transfer and utilise heat efficiently in several rooms.

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Rais 500 1

Super minimalist inset with a 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.

6 kW (nominal) 4-8 kW (min-max) 60-120 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) < 1,8 g/kg 764-506 mm (W-H)

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Rais 500 2 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.

6 kW (nominal) 4-8 kW (min-max) 60-120 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) < 1,8 g/kg 739-506-506 mm (W-D-H) 8


Rais 500 3 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.

6 kW (nominal) 4-8 kW (min-max) 60-120 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) < 1,8 g/kg 714-506-506 mm (W-H) 9


Rais 700

5 kW (nominal) A classic stove designed for the super minimalist architect designed 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.

3-7kW (min-max) 60-105m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) < 2,59 g/kg

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864-574 mm (W-H)


It’s GREEN logic! By heating your home with a wood-burning stove, you have made an environmentally conscious choice. According to a report from the Danish Environmental Protection Agency from 2012, firewood as a source of energy has a CO2 emission of zero. This conclusion is based on the logic that trees through their lifetime absorb the same amount of carbon dioxide, which is emitted through combustion later on. So, even though wood as fuel is an eco-friendly choice in general, it is far from unimportant what type of stove or inset you select for firing. There is great difference between how efficient the stoves on the market use the firewood, and not the least how much they pollute.

RAIS stoves are among the very best on the market, both in terms of utilising heat values in the firewood, and minimising the environmental impact. And these are not just empty words. We can actually justify it. You will know, when you have a look at the “Data” and see the figures under “Efficiency” and “Particulates” for each stove and inset. The figure for efficiency states how many per cent of the heat value of the firewood are utilised. The figure for particulates states how many grams noncombusted rest particulates per kilo firewood, are led out with smoke. Both in terms of efficiency and particulates, the figures for RAIS stoves are absolutely excellent.

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Rais 900 New format for a stove insert: RAIS 900 embodies streamlined elegance, which underlines the style of your home. Further, there is something distinct and extravagant to it. The view of the fire is really phenomenal. The wide view of the fire offers a unique and breath-taking experience a la widescreen... Despite the large combustion chamber, it burns in a tranquil, calm and efficient manner. The door is available in classical steel, with a glass window or completely in glass with a black frame. Discrete, smart handle.

RAIS LIGHTING

6.9 kW (nominal) 5-9 kW (min-max) 75-135 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) < 2,0 g/kg 1002-506 mm (W-H)

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Passive house â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with a warm RAIS heart... When building a passive house, either new or via refurbishment, the wood-burning stove is typically placed in a carefully selected spot inside. Here, the cosy centre of the home is created, where the stove provides heat rapidly, when you feel for it. The other heat sources are set on specific temperatures, which are not changed on a daily basis, since it takes time before you feel the difference. It also works like that in the refurbished house from the 60s, owned by architect Mark Krebs, who works for Bjerg Arkitektur, specialising in passive houses. Here, the family selected a RAIS 700 for the design, the radiant heat and cosiness.

The house is heated via radiant heat from the sun, a micro geothermal heating system and a ventilation system with heat recovery. The stove is above all an aesthetic and atmospheric element, but is also able to increase temperature inside the house with the comfortable radiant heat, Mark Krebs says. Further, the house has well-insulated walls and a floor plan with windows that are headed in such a direction that light is used in the best possible way. The RAIS stove draws in combustion air from outside, via an air duct, in order to provide a good indoor climate in a tight passive house. And RAIS stoves are known for burning well, also at low effect. A RAIS 700 is perfect for our house, Mark Krebs says, after having lived in the house for three years.

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The essence of a stove... Jewellery designer Mette Scherning and photographer Jakob Valling have put great efforts and plenty of time into decorating their building society house on Ă&#x2DC;sterbro in Copenhagen. Function and design had to come together and they do. This also goes for the stove, which has been integrated in a wonderful manner â&#x20AC;&#x201C; both in terms of aesthetics and our everyday life, Mette Scherning says; she, her husband and three children have lived with a RAIS Q-Bic for three years. The stove is centrally placed in the kitchen-dining area, in order for the family to enjoy it. It fits perfectly into the room â&#x20AC;&#x201C; without being to dominating. It simply manifests the essence of a stove... Mette Scherning works like that, when she is designing jewellery. No frills. Function plus aesthetics - nothing else. To the core of an idea... When the family comes home in the late afternoon, they usually turn on the cooker, light candles and fire the stove in the kitchen. And soon, the ground and first floor are well-heated. And its simply cosy...

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Rais Q-Bic INSERT

4.5 kW (nominal) 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.

2-6 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 75% (68% UK) 3,4 g/kg 446/437-896 mm (W-H)

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Rais Q-Tee

INSERT 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 ecofriendly 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.

4.7 kW (nominal) 4-5 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) 0,8 g/kg 489-629 mm (W-H) 16


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 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and from the sofa. Unique, beautiful wide format â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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.

6 kW (nominal) 3-9 kW (min-max) 60-135 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 3.6 g/kg 746-489 mm (W-H)

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A new era

FIRST-CLASS SUSTAINABILITY... The World is changing. And so are the requirements and expectations, we have for ourselves, each other and things surrounding us. While environmental discussions get more intense, we at RAIS take things seriously and act. We gave ourselves a challenge: to develop a wood-burning stove beyond belief. That technically complies with requirements for a heating source â&#x20AC;&#x201C; and concurrently limits what naturally remains after the combustion process. We succeeded. We at RAIS are proud that we are able to document the development of a wood burning stove, which in terms of technology, design and environment is tip-top in front. And which complies with a need of many green consumers, since they on a daily basis become able to reduce both the consumption of resources and the environmental impact. Also in terms of heating. 18


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This is a super eco-friendly wood burning stove with environmental data, undreamed of: no measurable particle emission. Further a record-breaking efficient stove. Bionic Fire has double combustion chambers, known from certain kinds of fireboxes. Further all-automatic air regulation â&#x20AC;&#x201C; thus with very comfortable, simple operation. The stove turns the fire, once the temperature is appropriate, which makes the fire visible in both combustion chambers, - itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just impressive to see the double flame image. All in all: well-known technology, combined in a new way with a sensational result: the new high-tech, simple and eco-friendly wood burning stove, RAIS Bionic Fire.

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E F F I C I E N C Y

intelligent TECHNOLOGY ECO-FRIENDLY COMBUSTION

SIMPLE OPERATION Unique results The newly developed Bionic Fire sets new standards for what to expect from a wood-burning stove. The particle emission is nonmeasurable. The Danish Technological Institute has stated the emission as being the lowest on the scale. There is no zero â&#x20AC;&#x201C; in order to take scientific inaccuracy into account. Thus, 0.6 is stated. It is further unique that is along with pure combustion also is extremely efficient: 86 per cent. Finally, combustion is non-affected by the user, due to automatic air regulation inside the stove.

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See film with more about the new technology behind RAIS BionicFire 20


Bionic Fire is available in two colours, each complimenting the door in fantastic manner. The black is an intense contrast to the white, fully accentuating the organic design of the door. A nickel nuance, which is a new RAIS colour, signals total purity; it is beautiful deep and in excellent symbiosis with the white and black colours of the door.

Innovative design

4.6 kW (nominal)

The design of Bionic Fire is unique. The distinct, rounded organic form signalises innovation, courage and the urge to challenge conventions. The white edge, surrounding the glass, signalises purity and a clear environmental profile. The coating frames the stove, almost making it look like a sculpture in the home. Bionic Fire is not just a wood-burning stove, it is a piece of furniture, looking great â&#x20AC;&#x201C; when it is fired, and also when itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s just standing there, accentuating itself like a piece of modern architecture.

3,5-5 kW (min-max) 45-83 m2 (at-20o C) 86% (78% UK) 0,6 g/kg 406-478-1252 mm (W-D-H)

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Focusing on design, function and environment, RAIS sets new standards for how to heat homes. We offer a wide range of wood-burning stoves that all are unique design solutions, inspired by and with roots in a strong Nordic design tradition. Stoves, which combine solid craftsmanship with new technology, innovative functionality, as well as a profound sense of aesthetics. Our wide range of models represents a number of options that meet almost any requirement. From castle to villa, and apartment to small wooden cottages. All our models are suitable for the Air-System, which makes it possible to take in combustion air from the outside.

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Rais viva 98 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. 4  kW (nominal) 2-6 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 3,1 g/kg Ø452-975 mm (W-H) 360o

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Rais viva 120

NOW IN MORE COLOURS Both models come with a top plate made of stainless steel, an elegant detail, which adds a ray of luxury in contrast to the patinated stove. For connoisseurs.

RAIS Viva 120 is also available as

UNIQ

Thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s what we call what 40 days of wind and weather does to raw steel. Oxidation, treated with oil. No stoves are completely alike.

MOCCA

An interesting colour on the earth tone scale, with a dark and deep hue. Is often very suitable for wood nuances, e. g. wooden floors. Signalises nature and simplicity. Handle made of locust tree.

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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 rotary 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.

4 kW (nominal) 2-6 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 3,1 g/kg Ă&#x2DC;452-1218 mm (W-H) 360o

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Rais viva 120

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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 handle made of stainless steel is comfortable to use and closes perfectly. There is a shaking grate and a 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.

4 kW (nominal) 2-6 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 3,1 g/kg 464-410-902 mm (W-D-H)

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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 with double thickness 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 rotary 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 takes in the combustion air from the outside. Heat accumulating stones are available for the Q-20.

5 kW (nominal) 3-7 kW (min-max) 45-105 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 2,9 g/kg 426-426-1284 mm (W-D-H)

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RAIs tetra


Design icon

1970

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 wood-burning stove, which was carefully planned in form, function and design. And they succeeded. The shape effectively broke with previous heat sources, which were often decorated or created to look like furniture. The original RAIS design made way for a more stringent style without superfluous details.

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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 and the combustion chamber underneath. The functional and pure design for both the square and round initial models would turn out to be the role model for most other stoves manufactured since. Since RAIS designed the first stoves, the development has based on functional and pure design. 29


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.

4.7 kW (nominal) 4-5 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) 0,8 g/kg 435-388-565/645/850 mm (W-D-H) 435-388-565 mm (wall-mounted) 30


Rais Q-Tee

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Rais Q-Tee 2 Cubic. Elegant minimalist. Functional. RAIS Q-Tee II is a stove with a very large combustion chamber â&#x20AC;&#x201C; which makes it a perfect efficient heat source for places with limited space. This stove is suitable for coal-firing, since the combustion chamber is reinforced and has extra air supply. The large window offers a magnificent view of the flames. The handle is a unique feature â&#x20AC;&#x201C; a masterpiece, created by the best craftsmen. Good environmental data. The firewood rack on the side breaks the symmetry and is a great effect. Available with or without base. Comes with the Air-System.

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6.5 kW (nominal) 3-8 kW (min-max) 45-120 m2 (at-20o C) 81% (74% UK) 1,8 g/kg 582-410-598 mm (W-D-H)

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Tradition for stove cooking... Even though we in many European countries share the same climate and culture, we often have certain habits and customs, when it comes to our traditions and everyday life.

The characteristic fireplaces, made of brick, were transformed into modern stoves. And today, many streamlined and efficient RAIS Q-Tee 1 or 2 fit the openings perfectly, and provide heat for british homes.

This for instance applies to the way we choose to heat our homes. And the way we prepare food, where we like to be inspired by each other.

But there is more. It is still possible to cook food on the fireplace, which the British still like to do. On the Q-Tee, the top plate is also the top plate of the combustion chamber itself, which makes it hot enough to cook food on. Not just for keeping the coffee warm, but for cooking and frying - for instance Beef Stroganoff or bacon and eggs.

In the UK and Ireland, the heating stove is traditionally used to prepare pancakes or other food. While this in other countries certainly will be regarded to be an old habit â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or a new idea...

Other countries may be inspired. How about brunch or a late night snack directly from the RAIS?

Until about half a century ago, homes in the UK and Ireland were solely heated by a traditional fireplace with coal. However, the energy crisis changed that along with the Dutch elm disease, which made firewood extremely cheap to buy. 33


Rais Pilar High-class design. An impressive, circular wood-burning 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. When selecting a top plate in stainless steel, it comes with an extra ray of luxury.

Vesta award 2009

5 kW (nominal) 2-6 kW (min-max) 30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 76% (69% UK) 3,9 g/kg Ă&#x2DC;456-1508/1708 mm (W-D-H) 360o 34 22


Rais Pilar uniq As the name suggests, each wood-burning 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 enhances the beautiful, golden glow. Then, Pilar Unique is ready to arouse excitement and to bring personality into the home.

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4.5 kW (nominal) / 2-6 kW (min-max)

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Cubic 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 rotary 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 compartment in the bottom. Photo made available by Dinesen Gulve

30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 75% (68% UK) 3,4 g/kg 404-404-1060/1270 mm (W-D-H) 360o


Rais EPOCA This wood-burning 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.

6 kW (nominal) 3-8 kW (min-max) 30-105 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 2,9 g/kg 542-391-1095 mm (W-D-H) 360o 37


Pure magic. Raw force of nature. Behind the Finnish nature stone hides a dramatic creation account. It’s the story of extreme forces of nature, of displacement of geological layers, of cold and heat, of fire and water. Out of the inferno comes a stone, which is said to have magical powers. People of the time believe that the stone keeps evil spirits away. Today, we are still convinced that the stone has magical powers. However, we are not fighting evil spirits anymore – we are fighting the cold of winter. The stone is unique and possesses the magical ability to stay warm. Thus, it is very suitable for wood-burning stoves, where it stores – and only slowly releases – heat, which makes us able to enjoy it for a longer time. And with a beautiful appearance with fine lines and patterns, the stone is a true work of art, painted with the wide brush of nature.

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4.5 kW (nominal) / 2-6 kW (min-max)

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 rotary 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.

30-90 m2 (at-20o C) 80% (73% UK) 3,1 g/kg Ă&#x2DC;470-1654 mm (W-D-H) 360o

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6 kW (nominal) / 3-8 kW (min-max)

Rais Poleo SOAPSTONE

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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.

30-105 m2 (at-20o C) 79% (72% UK) 2,9 g/kg 548-429-1090 mm (W-D-H) 360o


4.5 kW (nominal)

Rais RINA

SOAPSTONE

Rina soapstone sets new standards for aesthetics and the use of a small stove â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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 wood-burning stoves on the Scandinavian market â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 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. Available with a shaking grate and an effective ash tray. Rear or top outlet for the flue duct.

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FIREWOOD RACK 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 – with two or three rooms. Firewood rack 2 compartment (W-B-D 98x31x36) Firewood rack 3 compartment (W-B-D 146-31-36) Colour black

Small details. Big differences. We know that it’s the small details make that make the big difference. The details form the whole, coherence and synergy. Thus, we have designed a series of accessories that complete your wood-burning stove and finish everything – both practically and aesthetically. The series includes everything you may need for your stove – from convection grates to firewood baskets and fireplace tools.

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RAIS TETRA

Raw and minimalist. In steel, iron and concrete 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.

CONstant BENCH

RAIS BUTEO

Fibre 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. Height: 45cm Depth: 50cm Width: 100cm

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.

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WALL TOOLS

Sculptural - in all its simplicity. These new RAIS fireplace tools are super functional and streamlined. The sets match the simple Woodwall lines. The shafts are made of stainless steel and have silicone handles â&#x20AC;&#x201C; with a small elegant logo. The standing model comes with a lightweight concrete base.

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. Two sizes: 130cm and 190cm. Width: 25.0cm Depth: 27.5cm

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rais carry Pure functionalism.

Carry, a 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. Available in cream white, hot red and black â&#x20AC;&#x201C; all with an aluminium bottom.

rais LIGHTING Lighting is the matching box for hiding kindling pieces. With the same elegant and minimalist design as Carry. Matches both shape and colour.

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HEAT ACCUMULATION 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 wood-burning stove with Finnish natural stone: the stove accumulates 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. Heat accumulating stones are available for RAIS PILAR, RAIS VIVA 120, RAIS Q-20 and RAIS JUNO.

GLASS PLATES RAIS can offer elegant floor plates in hardened glass, fitting the form of the stove. Please note that the plates simply can be placed around the stove, for easy cleaning under the plate. Glass plates are available for Q-20, Rina, Viva 98, Viva 120 and Juno. A beautiful and simple solution â&#x20AC;&#x201C; or even a perfect finish, when nothing is left to chance.

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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 inset. Insets 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 insets 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 inset: Q-BIC Insert, RAIS 2:1, Q-TEE, RAIS 500, RAIS 700 and RAIS 900. We also have convection grates which fit the size of the stoves. This way 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.

R500

Q-Tee 47

   

10 8 

5



76

86



82

4

 



123

 



R900

Q-BIC 24



8

76

 8 10

28 7

91





9

123

48

R2:1

R700 10 8

8

76



 

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All RAIS stoves are convection stoves that disperse heat via air circulation. Cold air is taken in from the outside and heated inside the combustion chamber, and itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s then passed on to the stove as hot air, providing an even and comfortable heat dispersion in the house. When building-in an insert into a brick wall, we recommend setting-up extra convection below and under the stove, in order to achieve optimal heat utilisation and to avoid overheating of the brick wall. The following pages include recommendations, specifications and technical data for each stove. The same goes for dimensions, effect, particulate emission and distance to flammable material. The information is only guiding. Prior to installation of your wood-burning stove, we recommend that you read the operation manual and guide of the stove and pay attention to the specific recommendations for the stove. Please ensure compliance with all local and national laws and regulations.

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Flammable wall

DISTANCES

Flammable wall

All dimensions are stove dimensions without handle and set screws. Placing the stove on set screws/rotary base, will affect the height. Distance dimensions to flammable wall apply to an uninsulated chimney. Distance dimensions to flammable wall with insulated chimney are stated in brackets. Distance dimensions to walls apply to fixed models. Flammable ceiling

Corner installation 45 o Stove dimensions

A: Furniture distance B: Front floor C: Side floor D: To back wall E: To side wall (door frame, window etc.) F: To non-flammable wall: 0mm, but RAIS recommends 50mm, due to cleaning G: To floor (only stated for inserts and in special cases) H: To ceiling (if no dimension stated, distance has not been tested) I: Distance from floor to centre smoke outlet top J: Distance from floor to centre smoke outlet back K: Distance from back side to air intake bottom (air system) L: Distance from floor to air intake back side (air system) M: Distance from centre smoke outlet top to rear edge of top plate N: Distance from side to air intake bottom (air system)

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.

specifications

SIGNS AND SYMBOLS Effect (nominal) Effect (min-max) Heat (at-20o C) Efficiency

Air-system - takes the air in from the outside...

Particulates

In order to ensure an optimal indoor climate, wood-burning stoves from RAIS are able to take in the combustion air from the outside. This technology also makes it possible to use wood-burning 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.

External frame dimensions (W-D-H) Dimensions (W-D-H) Rotating base Explanations of figures â&#x20AC;&#x201C; see page 11

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specifiCATIONS INSETS SWAN E

5

00

5

5

OUTPUT 6 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2

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

6 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2

WEIGHT

110 kg

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

 Mi

n. 48 0m

m 2m m 73 2 m 5 n. Mi x . 7 Ma

m

Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - 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

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

Recommended convection area 2  top min. 800 cm       2 bottom min. 500 cm      

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

200 100 850 150 400 300 900

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

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

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

OUTPUT

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

SPECIFICATIONS:

Finished face opening - Brick

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions 713-452-470 mm Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 556-306-295 mm Finished face opening 718-550-474 mm Outer Frame Dimensions 739-506-506 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm

 

M Ma in. 4 x. 80 49 mm 0m m

Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

Finished face opening – fire retardant material



Recommended  convection area top min. 800 cm2            bottom min. 500 cm2  

 







35  9 

452 

 718 

 452 



 418

3 



35 5



 452

506 

Mi

n. 48 0





n. Mi

81

3m

m

m 2m m 73 2 m 5 n. Mi x. 7 a M

 739 

506 506



710 



470

427

470 

    

452 

71  

 764

    







Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm













     

















m 8 m mm 71 n. 30 Mi x. 7 a M

Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm

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

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

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

Finished face opening - Brick

mm mm mm mm mm

Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm

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

Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

ONMEN T

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)



VIR

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

 452 

N

5

78

2

LABEL

Rais 500

ONMEN T LABEL

SWAN E

VIR

AL

N

AL

Rais 500

1

mm

Mi Ma n. 48 0 x. 49 mm 0m m

 

 m 8 m mm 71 n. 730 i M x. Ma

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

50

 

 

  











Department for Environment  Food and Rural Affairs

 

 





Department for Environment   Food and Rural Affairs  

     



 









 

  

 



 


specifiCATIONS INSETS 5

5

5

5

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

OUTPUT 6 kW 4-8 kW 60-120 m 2







 



  



 

 

 

























  



 





 





 

Min. 5 mm





       Department for Environment  Food and Rural Affairs     





m 0m m 84 0 m 5 n. Mi x. 8 ma





 



 

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



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



506

714













m







 506 

m 8m m 70 8 m 0 n. Mi x. 7 Ma



Mi 48 n. 0m



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









470 



427



 





A-A

B-B











A-A



 

A-A





A





m

Min. 545 mm max. 560 mm





 48 5m





Standard Accessories x - x  x - x  - x - x

Mi n.





m 0 m mm 84 n. 50 Mi x. 8 ma





Min. 5 mm





A







8







A

A

125 kg

 

min. 800 cm2  bottom min. 500 cm2

mm mm A mm mm mm mm mm



WEIGHT

 452

7 0

 

SPECIFICATIONS: Steel door Glass door A Flue exit: Top B-B B-B B B  Air-System            Frame in special dimensions      Recommended convection  area top Adapter      

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

B



Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x



Mi Ma n. 48 x. 0 m 49 0mm m

300 110 850 200 400 300 700

B



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

B



110 kg

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - BTo the ceiling m m C - To the side m 8 70 8 m 0 n. G - To the floor Mi x. 7 a M  B - In front of the floor  A - To furniture

WEIGHT

5 kW 3-7 kW 60-105 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm



200 100 850 200 400 300 900

mm mm mm mm mm    

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

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

825-485-535 562-286-300 840-545 864-574 Ø150

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

Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm

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

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

Recommended convection area top min 700 cm2 bottom min 400 cm2

Min. 545 mm max. 560 mm

mm mm mm mm mm

Finished face opening - Brick

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)



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

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

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

Min. 474 mm Max. 494 mm

Finished face opening - Brick

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

 452 

ONMEN T

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

35 4

VIR

LABEL

78

N

SWAN E

Rais 700

ONMEN T LABEL

SWAN E

VIR

AL

N

AL

Rais 500

3

Mi n.

48 5

mm

 





CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

 CONTROL

AREAS



 



51



 

  










specifiCATIONS INSETS ONMEN T LABEL

SWAN E

VIR

AL

Rais 900

N

78

5

5

TECHNICAL DATA:

WEIGHT

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

m 2m m 97 2 m 9 n. Mi x. 9 a M

 

120 kg

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

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

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Mi 38 n. 0m m

Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

D

C

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

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL 250 50 1100 150 375 300 900

mm mm mm mm mm

OUTPUT

6,9 kW 5-9 kW 75-135 m 2

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

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

D

SPECIFICATIONS:

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

D

-E

C

 

200  mm  mm 100  500 mm 200 mm 300 mm 300 mm  750 mm

Min .3 80 mm

WEIGHT

Recommended convection area top min 500 cm2 bottom min 250 cm2

-E

Mi M n. 4

 ax. 4217 mm 7m m

m 2m m 97 2 m 9 n. Mi x. 9 Ma

m 5m m 42 5 m n. 3 Mi x. 4 Ma

B  B A A

140 kg

Standard Accessories x x x - x - x

A

B

A

B

 

Finished face opening fire retardant material

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

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

Min. 858 mm Max. 878 mm

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

Finished face opening - Brick

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions (B-H) Flue exit (diameter)

G

OUTPUT

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

H

Recommended convection area top min. 400 cm2 bottom min. 300 cm2

Finished face opening - brick

mm mm mm mm mm

962-380-470 700-200-230 479-972 1002-506 Ø150

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)

Min. 479 mm Max. 496 mm

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Min. 479 mm Max. 496 mm

TECHNICAL DATA:

SPECIFICATIONS:

Rais Q-Bic INSET

00









 



  area     Recommended convection  top min 500 cm2    bottom min 250 cm2    

E-E

 



D

E

D





  



 

 

H





M

Ma in. 4 x. 25 43 mm 5m m







   

 

     

m

m  17 m . 4 27 m  Minax. 4 B 



 













 

E



 







C-

Min. 858 mm Max. 878 mm

-E



G

   





 







E

 B-B

A-A



C











Min. 479 mm Max. 496 mm







Min. 479 mm Max. 496 mm





B

M

A A

m 2m m 97 2 m 9 n. Mi x. 9 Ma

D m 2m m 97 2 m 9 n. Mi x. 9 Ma

 

 Min .3 80 mm

C

C

D

 

  

52

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs



(pending)

 

 





 







 












specifiCATIONS INSETS

Finished face opening - Brick

mm mm mm mm mm

SWAN E

5

Recommended convection area top min 600 cm2 bottom min 350 cm2

OUTPUT 

mm mm mm mm mm mm mm

Recommended convection area top min 800 cm2 bottom min 490 cm2

87 kg

Min .4

 25

mm

E - To wall at side H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

200 590 200 450 300 600

WEIGHT

140 kg

 SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door  Flue exit: Top Air-System  Telescopic legs and legs

mm m 73 . 4 80m Min x. 4 Ma

Standard Accessories - x x x x - x - x

6 kW 3-9 kW 60-135 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

WEIGHT

Finished face opening mursten

Frame in special dimensions

n. Mi 6 mm 46

 Mi n.

73 6

Standard Accessories x x x - x - x

Recommended convection area top min 600 cm2 bottom min 350 cm2

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

mm mm mm mm mm mm

Min. 479 mm

200 100 800 200 400 300 650

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

Min. 613mm Max. 620mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL E - To wall at side D - To wall at back H - To the ceiling C - To the side G - To the floor B - In front of the floor A - To furniture

Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions 807-466-910 mm Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 500-244-374 mm Finished face opening 736-479 mm Outer Frame Dimensions (B-H) 746-489 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm

OUTPUT

4.7 kW 4-5 kW 30-90 m 2

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

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

463-375-603 317-270-270 473-425-613 489-629 Ø125

mm

 

Finished face opening – fire retardant material

Recommended convection area top min 800 cm2 bottom min 490 cm2



 

Mi





n. 73 6

mm



  



Min .4 75 mm

 

Min. 479 mm

 



n. Mi 6 mm 46



A-A

A



 







Min. 613mm Max. 620mm

 

mm m 73 . 4 80m Min x. 4 a M







614 med stillefødder  Min. og røgafgangsstuds 



 



 

A







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

CAN BE USED IN

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

 





 



Fireplace inset’s ext. dimensions Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Finished face opening Outer Frame Dimensions Flue exit (diameter)



5

5

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

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

ONMEN T

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

SPECIFICATIONS:

Rais 2:1

VIR

5

78

N

LABEL

LABEL

SWAN E

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais Q-TEE INSET

N

B-B

CAN BE USED IN

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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES VIR

ONMEN T

78

5

00

5

5

5

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA:



Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees) 



mm mm mm mm

4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

 

Standard Accessories x x x x -

B

WEIGHT

  

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

 

 

  







50 mm



 SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories  Glass door  x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-System x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x   B-B

 







 





 







 



 







  

 





 







        



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





  

98 kg

A





B





50 mm

350 mm 100 mm 

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







 DISTANCE ATO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL A-A



200 mm 80 mm

180 kg

SPECIFICATIONS:  Glass door  exit:   Flue Top and back Air-System A-A Steel base

Flammable ceiling

OUTPUT 4.6 kW 3.5-5 kW 45-83 m 2

  

WEIGHT





Flammable wall

mm mm mm



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

Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø452-975 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 226 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 120 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 918 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 839



 

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Flammable ceiling





 

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

   

OUTPUT

Flammable wall



 Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 406-478-1252 mm  Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 280-200-300 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 207 mm Distance from floor to Air-system connection 100 mm Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1178 mm Distance from floor to flue exit at back 1088 mm



DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

 

SWAN E

SWAN E

LABEL

78

N

LABEL

Rais VIVA 98 WITHOUT SIDE GLASS

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais Bionic Fire

N





 









 

     



 





 A





A-A

A



B



B





   

 

 





 A

A



  

 

   

  A-A



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

 

 

  









 

  

B-B





 





 





        



  



 



 CAN BE USED IN

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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

Flammable wall

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)



Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø452-1218 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 226 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 120 Distance from floot to centre flue exit top plate 1014 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 935

Flammable ceiling

  

mm

  

mm mm mm



Flammable wall

mm mm mm mm

Flammable ceiling



mm 

mm mm mm

OUTPUT

mm mm

OUTPUT



DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL E - To wall at side  D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and B at sides andB back we recommend



     

WEIGHT

A





 

98 kg

350 mm 100 mm 

50 mm  

104 kg

A



  SPECIFICATIONS:



   



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

                 



 

      

 

 

         

 

 

  



  









 







 





     







A

   

B











A-A

B



A

 

 

  

 

A-A

A

B-B

 





 







B

  



 A

B



   

 





 



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

 

 



  

 



 



Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-System x    B-B Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Heat accumulation stones - x



Standard Accessories  Glass door x Side glass x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x    Air-System x  B-B B-B Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x



  SPECIFICATIONS:    



4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2







B



 



B

WEIGHT

A-A



400 mm 100 mm 50 mm





 

A-A A-A DISTANCE A TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL A

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

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



4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2



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



SWAN E

5

5

5

Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø452-975 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 226 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 120 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 918 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 845

B

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

A

ONMEN T

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

B

Rais viva 120 WITHOUT SIDE GLASS

VIR

5

78

N

LABEL

LABEL

SWAN E

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais VIVA 98 WITH SIDE GLASS

N



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

 

 

  



 









B-B



 





 





     



 









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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES SWAN E

Rais Rina

VIR

ONMEN T

78

00

5

5

5

00

5

78

N

LABEL

LABEL

SWAN E

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais viva 120 WITH SIDE GLASS

N

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA: DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) mm mm mm mm

Flammable wall 

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 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

Flammable ceiling



mm 

Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø452-1218 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 226 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 120 Distance from floot to centre flue exit top plate 1014 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 935

mm mm

OUTPUT

464-410-902 mm 300-225-385 mm Ø150 mm 179 mm

Flammable wall



Flammable ceiling



119 mm 

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

865 mm 786 mm

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



WEIGHT B



A



SPECIFICATIONS: 

Standard Accessories Glass door x Side glass x Flue exit: Top and back x Riddling grate and ash tray x   B-B   Air-System x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Heat accumulation stones - x

A





  









  



 



Standard Accessories x x x x -

 

B-B  

 





 









 







 





 





 

  



 











A-A



902











  

  

B







A



B

  



A-A

A

B

 



     







 





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

 

105 kg

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Flue exit: Top and back Riddling grate and ash tray Air-System 



B

B

 

 

104 kg



50 mm



50 mm

350 mm 150 mm 

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and  at sides and back we recommend



B



B

WEIGHT

A-A DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL  A

400 mm 100 mm 





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





DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

4 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2





A

4 kW 2-6 kW A-A 30-90 m 2



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

A



A





 

 

B-B



 



B-B



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

 

 

  



��� 





 





 





     



 









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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

OUTPUT Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max)  Heat (at 20 degrees) A

  

 





SPECIFICATIONS:

 door Glass Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Air-cooled handle Riddling grate and ash tray  Air-System





 

 

  







  





 

   







 



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

 

  









 















     



 

















 

  

A







    





A









B 

B

 





A



Standard Accessories - x x x x x - x

  

 



84 kg



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



 



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

WEIGHT





Standard Accessories  Flue back x  exit: Top and  Steel door with glass x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Air-System x Heat accumulation stones - x

275 mm





 



 







 







A







155 kg 20 kg

- for akkumuleringssten

E - To wall at side





A







600 mm 300 mm 150 mm



DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL





4.7 kW 4-5 kW  30 - 90 m 2





1165 mm

B

WEIGHT

see manual



5 kW 3-7 kW 45-105 m 2

E - To wall at side (door) E - To wall at side (glass) D - To wall at back



see manual 



1243 mm

Flammable ceiling





Non-flammable wall

435-388-565 mm 317-270-270 mm Ø125 mm

Flammable wall

Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Flue exit (diameter) Distance from floor to Air-system connection (floor) Distance from floor to center flue exit top plate



115 mm



SPECIFICATIONS:

5

5

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 

Flammable ceiling







213 mm



DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL



Flammable wall 

426-426-1284 mm 308-275-558 mm Ø150 mm

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

B

00

5

5

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 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

A

ONMEN T

TECHNICAL DATA:

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

OUTPUT

VIR

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

A

SWAN E

SWAN E

LABEL

78

N

LABEL

Rais Q-tee WALL-MOUNTED

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais Q-20

N

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

 

 

  









 





 





CAN BE USED IN

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

     



 







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



CAN BE USED IN



Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

Flammable wall





mm

75









6.5 kW 3-8 kW 45-120 m 2





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



50

400 mm 450 mm 

Q-Tee 57 A-A

(M) 131

A

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

 

 

  









 





 





     



 





(K) 207 (steel door) (K) 201 (glass door)







(N) 114,5 





125 kg (D) 350 (275)

SPECIFICATIONS: Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Riddling grate and ash tray (E)Air-System, 275 (225) air box

Standard x - x x -

Accessories x x

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



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



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

 

 

  















 





     



 









(A) 650

A

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

WEIGHT

 



50 mm





 

(H) 800

(2 25

)

(A )6

27 5

80/83/95 kg



470 mm

 

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max)  Heat (at 20 degrees)

(E )

(L) 110

(J) 736

Glass door Steel door with glass 435 Flue exit: Top and back Riddling grate and ash tray Air-System

219/225 mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

50 mm

Standard Accessories (N) 114,5 - x x x x - x

(K) 207 (steel door) (K) 201 (glass door)

(D) 225 (175)

565

SPECIFICATIONS:

875 mm

OUTPUT

(D) 225 (175)

105 mm

(E )2

275 mm 350 mm

131 mm 

A

4.7 kW 4-5 kW (N) 114,5 30 - 90 m 2



(L) 390

(I) 842

850 280

WEIGHT

Flammable ceiling





mm

582-410-598 mm 446-277-265 mm Ø150 mm



(H) 800 (A) 650

mm

(J) 451 (L) 105

(J) 531

E - To wall at side (M) 131 D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend

C





  A



B-B



(M) 131

(L) 185

(J) 531

645

(I) 637



B

 

A

(N) 114,5

(D) 225 (175)

(2 25 )



(2 25 27 5

50

 

(N) 114,5

435

58

CAN BE USED IN

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs



(E )

(L) 110

(J) 736 (K) 207 (steel door) (K) 201 (glass door)

C

(L) 390

280

850

(I) 842

)

(A )6



(D) 225 (175)







75

C-C

(E )2

(M) 131

C



(K) 207 (steel door) (K) 201 (glass door)

B

388

388

(E) 275 (225)

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL C-C

C

mm

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Combustion chamber’s int. dim. Flue exit (diameter) Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate Distance from floor to Air-system connection (wall)  DistanceAfrom floor to centre flue exit top plate Distance from back of stove to Air-system (floor) Distance from floor to flue exit at back

(2 25 )



(K) 207 (steel door) (K) 201 (glass door)



Flammable wall



mm mm mm

(I) 557

B

(L) 185

(J) 451 (L) 105

(I) 557

(I) 637

565

645

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

Flammable ceiling

(D) 350 (275)

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) 

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 435-388-565/645/850 Combustion chamber’s int. dimensions 317-270-270 Flue exit (diameter) Ø125 Distance from center of flue to (N) 114,5 (K) 207 (steel door) A back edge of the top plate 131 (K) 201 (glass door) Distance from floor to Air-system connection (wall) 105/185/390  Distance from back of stove to Air-system (floor) 201/207  131 B Distance from (M) floor to B-B centre flue exit top plate 557-637-842

OUTPUT

SWAN E

5

TECHNICAL DATA: A-A

00

5

5

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

A

(M) 131

ONMEN T

78

00

TECHNICAL DATA:



Rais Q-tee 2 WITHOUT BASE

VIR

5

78

N

LABEL

LABEL

SWAN E

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais q-tee

N

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS

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

 

 

  









   

  

     



 









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



Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs




SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)







5





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







 



  

 







 











 

���      



 





A







A-A



B



B

A

 





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





 













 



















 





 





 





A



2000 mm



1875 mm

     

 

1750 mm



1625 mm

 



1500 mm





1375 mm





B: 446













 

  

 SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Top plate stainless steel - x Glass door x  B-B and back Flue exit: Top x C: 218 H: 896  base and rotating flue collar - Swivel x Air-System x Heat accumulation stones - x

 

100

 



 

150 mm

Y:







400 mm 150 mm 950 mm

A

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

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

5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

WEIGHT 200/170 kg 



A

mm

   

Standard Accessories x -  x x x - x

mm

1250 mm

 

Flammable ceiling



mm

1125 mm





Flammable wall

mm

1000 mm

50 mm 147 kg

875 mm

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back Distance to flammable with swivel To non-flammable wall and X: 200 at sides B and back B we recommend

Glass door Steel door with glass Flue exit: Top and back Riddling grate and ash tray Air-System, air box

400 mm 450 mm

mm mm mm

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL (locked model)

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL 

750 mm



A-A

625 mm



500 mm

6.5 kW kW 45-120 m 2  3-8

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back  To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend



A

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

375 mm

OUTPUT

250 mm





125 mm

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Ø456-1708/1508 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 275-245-475 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 220 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 165 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1270 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 1370

Flammable ceiling

 

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



Flammable wall

0m



SWAN E

TECHNICAL DATA:

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 582-410-883 mm   Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 446-277-265 mm Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 mm Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 131 mm Distance from floor to Air-system connection (wall) 110/390 mm  Distance from floor to centre flue 875 mm  A exit top plate Distance from back of stove to Air-system (floor) 219/225 mm Distance from floor to flue exit at back 755 mm



00



DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

SPECIFICATIONS:

ONMEN T

5

TECHNICAL DATA:

WEIGHT

VIR

78

00

5

SWAN E

LABEL

5

78

N

LABEL

Rais Pilar

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais Q-tee 2 WITH BASE

N

B-B







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

 

 

  









 

Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs





 





     



 







 

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SPECIFICATIONS STOVES SWAN E

ONMEN T LABEL

Rais Epoca

VIR

AL

78

00

5

5

Rais Q-bic

N

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA: Flammable wall

mm mm mm mm







4.5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

  











 





     



 







 

 

 

 

 

 



   

 

 

 







 













  

A-A 

  









 









A





 





    



 









 





A

A-A





  

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









B



A

  

B

   

 



A



 

 





50 mm

 







    





A





A-A



A-A



A

350 mm 150 mm

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 B-B  Cover firewood box x -









 

 

 

 





 

B





 

A



A WEIGHT 120 kg



B

 

B

B-B



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



 

 



6 kW 3-8 kW 30-105 m 2

A-A



A SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories    Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x  Air-System x Flue exit top x -



A-A



A



153/143 kg

B

Flammable ceiling



DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

50 mm

 

WEIGHTB

Output (Nominal)  Output (Min-max) A Heat (at 20 degrees)



350 mm 350 mm 750 mm

 

 

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back Distance to flammable with swivel To non-flammable wall at sides and at back we recommend

Flammable wall 

OUTPUT



A-A



A

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL (locked model)



A

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 542-391-1095 mm Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 360-240-327 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 120 mm Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1026 mm Distance from floor to flue exit at back 939 mm



mm

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

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

Flammable ceiling





 

 

 

A-A Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. 404-404-1270/1060  A Combustion chamber’s int. 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



DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

B

A

 



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











 

 

  











 





 





  

  



 







 





 

B



 

B

A

     



 

  

 

 





B-B



B-B







 

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




SPECIFICATIONS STOVES

 















 

       















 



 

 





 













 

       





B

A-A

B

B

B

   



Temp.CC Temp. 

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    Hours   



 

 







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   

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 

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   

 B-B











 01 02

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A

B-B

80

 

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A



100

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    

A

  

120







140

B-B

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 Heat storage effect RAIS JUNO  Varmelagringseffekt RAIS JUNO  Temperature development in heat storage stones Temperaturudviklingen i varmelagringssten shown invista over timeetspan of 24 hours by 4 charges døgn med 4 påfyldninger

 B-B

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





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

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



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A

A







B



B

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

A-A

A

SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door 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 Side glass x -

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A-A

B

B

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B-B

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254 kg 157 kg +74 kg

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50 mm

With side glass - of this soapstone Extra heat accumulation stones 

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  

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



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400 mm 100 mm



A-A

   



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

 

mm



WEIGHT 

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 

mm



WEIGHT

 

mm



50 mm



E - To wall atB side B D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and A at sides and back we recommend

  



mm

4.5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

A





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



275 kg 181 kg +74 kg

mm mm mm

OUTPUT



SPECIFICATIONS: Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and back x -  A Riddling grate and ash tray x Air-System x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x Heat accumulation stones - x

Flammable ceiling



mm

400 mm 100 mm

Without side glass - of this soapstone Extra heat accumulation stones

5

5

mm

 DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL

E - To wall at side D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and  at sides B-B and back we recommend

SWAN E

SWAN E

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mm





Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø470-1654 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter) Ø150 Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 235 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 121 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate  1095 A-A A Distance from floor to flue exit at back 1015

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00

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

mm

4.5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2



Flammable wall

TECHNICAL DATA:





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

Flammable ceiling



mm mm mm



B



OUTPUT B





Woodburning stove’s ext. dimensions Ø470-1654 Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 300-225-385 Flue exit (diameter)  Ø150 A A-A Distance from center of flue to back edge of the top plate 235 Distance from floor to Air-system connection 121 Distance from floor to centre flue exit top plate 1095 Distance from floor to flue exit at back 1015

ONMEN T

5

DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)

VIR

78

00

5

Flammable wall

TECHNICAL DATA:

N

LABEL

LABEL

78

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Rais juno WITH GLASS

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais juno WITHOUT GLASS

N

ChargePåfyldning

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

Timer

Varmelagringssten

Heat storage stones

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00

5

5

5

00

TECHNICAL DATA:

TECHNICAL DATA: DIMENSIONS (W-D-H) 548-429-1090 mm 360-240-327 mm Ø150 mm 150 mm

Flammable wall

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 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

Flammable ceiling





120 mm 

Woodburning stove’s ext. dim. Combustion chamber’s int. dim. 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

1010 mm 922 mm

Flammable wall 

Flammable ceiling



178 mm 119 mm 894 mm 818 mm

OUTPUT

149 kg 63 kg

B

B

- of this soapstone A

A SPECIFICATIONS:







WEIGHT



50 mm

 





SPECIFICATIONS:

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

 



 













 





 













A-A 





  





 





 





     



 









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





   

  

B

  

B



A-A



B

A









B-B

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

 

 

  









   

  

 

B-B

     



 

    



A











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



 

 

 



A

A

B

 

 

 



     









    

Standard Accessories Side cover soapstone x Top plate soapstone x Flue exit: Top and back x Swivel base and rotating flue collar - x  B-B Cover firewood box - x Air-System x 



Standard Accessories Glass door x Flue exit: Top and x back B-B  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

  



350 mm 150 mm



B

  

E - To wall at side  D - To wall at back To non-flammable wall and at sides and back we recommend



- of this soapstone

178 kg 77 kg





A-A

  

WEIGHT

350 mm 150 mm 50 mm

4.5 kW 2-6 kW 30-90 m 2

 DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE MATERIAL A



 

 

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

  

A-A DISTANCE TO FLAMMABLE  MATERIAL

Output (Nominal) Output (Min-max) Heat (at 20 degrees) 

6 kW 3-8 kW 30-105 m 2

   

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



OUTPUT

469-429-969 mm 300-225-385 mm Ø150 mm



DIMENSIONS (W-D-H)



SWAN E

SWAN E

LABEL

78

N

LABEL

Rais rina soapstone

ONMEN T

AL

VIR

AL

Rais poleo soapstone

N

SMOKE CONTROL AREAS


Production RAIS is an Danish production company, creating wood-burning stoves, inserts and accessories in a modern production environment with the newest robot technology and measuring instruments. However, the concept of wood-burning stoves and RAIS, have existed for more than 35 years – emerging from former Ørskov Maskinfabrik in Frederikshavn. The factory was founded by the Ørskov family that later on founded Ørskov Stålskibsværft, now Orskov Yard. Originally, the machine shop manufactured traditional machine components and was in the mid-1990s sold and taken over by the Swiss company Attika, where it got a new name. The change to RAIS A/S marked the beginning of a new era. Today, RAIS has about 90 employees within the fields of development, design and production of wood-burning stoves and accessories. Production and distribution for the whole world is based in Frederikshavn. 63


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RAIS Catalogue 2013 /2014