14000 series Plus
The 14000 series Nominal thermal output 11 kW. Wood pellet stoves for water heating.
Environment-friendly wood pellet stove constructed from thick sheet-steel with heat resistant paint. The steel firebox with cast-iron burn pot is equipped with a “flame distributorcatalyzer” in Keramfire®, which allows a cleaner and brighter combustion (device and functioning system protected under patent). The 750°C thermal shock resistant ceramic glass door makes the firebox totally air-tight. The zincplated steel fuel hopper has a 55 kg capacity. The electronic card with microprocessor switches on and shuts off the stove, feeds pellets, draws the exhaust gases, operates the water circulating pump and detects problems. The stove is supplied complete with control module with time-and-heat regulator for shortand long-term programming. Flueing is to the rear. The unit is to be installed in a hydraulic circuit with closed expansion tank.
nominal minimum Thermal Output 11,0 3,0 kW Heat output transferred to room air 3,0 1,3 kW Heat output transferred to water 8,0 1,7 kW CO emission at 13% oxygen 0,013 0,037 % Efficiency 95,0 95,5 % Max. allowable water pressure during operation 2 bar Safety valve 3 bar Max delivery temperature 85 °C Nominal electrical power 350 W Nominal voltage 230 V Nominal frequency 50 Hz Fuel wood pellet Fuel consumption per hour 2,29 0,59 kg/h Total capacity of fuel gases 9,52 5,04 g/s Fuel gas temperature 101,0 59,0 °C Fuel draught pressure 11,0 12,0 Pa Expansion tank closed Boiler capacity 42 l Connections 1-3/4 " Receptacle capacity 50 kg Burn time 21 84 h Operating power required 150 W Fuel gases outlet ⌀ 100 W Combustion air intake 36x36 mm Weight of the structure including packaging 230 mm Weight of the claddings kit including packaging 245 kg
Pellet Plus 14400
Pellet Plus 14000
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15a B-VG: this is Article 15a from the local enrvironment provisions of the Styria district applying to independent domestic wood-burning appliances.
It is a regulation defined by the Styria district government aiming to optimize the energy conservation and it was recognized by the Austrian government and came into force at a national level in July 1998 as the Austrian federal standard.
The requirements that an appliance has to meet are the most stringent in all Europe with extremely low emission rates of pollutants, including CO, Nox, hydrocarbons and dusts, and a compulsory minimum heat output of 78%.
European standards conformity mark.
European reference standard for pellet stoves