Decorative exterior parts are made by means of modern technologies.
Conditions for the air convection flow to pass are improved. Instead of passing through ventilation holes in the cover, the air freely exits along the whole upper perimeter of the stove.
A concept of thermal strength balance is implemented in the stove. The thickness of the firebox elements that are subject to the highest thermal and mechanical load is 1.5 times higher. The bottom of the stone unit and side walls of the firebox are strengthened with stringers made of heat-resistant steel.
The new design of the heat-exchange unit for heating hot water makes it possible to heat it directly by flame radiation, and not through the stove wall.
A solid exterior cover without ventilation holes screens the infra-red radiation from the firebox to the maximum extent.
Deep non-ventilated stone compartment is heated from five of six possible sides ensuring quality stone heating. The stove has an implemented concept of thermal strength uniformity. The thickness of furnace parts subject to the highest thermal and mechanical load was increased 1.5 times. In addition, the stove bottom and side walls of the fire place are strengthened with lengthwise beams of heat-resistant steel. The heat exchanger for heating water is installed in the fire place now and is heated by the flame emission, not through the stove wall, as before.