Through-heating stove

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A through-heating stove is a handcrafted storage stove , the heat storage of which is partially located in an adjacent room. It is fixed in place according to the technical rules of the stove and air heating construction trade (in Austria: Hafnerhandwerk) and individually adapted to the local conditions. The through- heating cooker can be designed as a table or top-mounted cooker and can be switched over to guide the combustion gases through the heat accumulator.

Suitability for use of the heating stove:

  • for cooking, roasting, baking,
  • for hot water production,
  • for single and multi-room heating.

The building materials for through-heating stoves consist partly of metallic materials (stove top, door cabinet, roasting pipe, water boat), the outer surfaces usually consist of stove tiles or other heat-storing material . Cookers with metallic outer surfaces must have two layers.

The heat is emitted with a large proportion of convection via the stove top and even, mild radiant heat over the tile surfaces.

Individual evidence

  1. Fireplaces from the stove trade - Technical Committee (Austrian Tiled Stove Association). Retrieved June 26, 2018 .
  2. TR-OL: Technical rule of the furnace and air heating construction trade. Retrieved June 26, 2018 .