Wood burning cast iron stove K6 Ø 130 8 kW with hot plates
We present an extraordinary set that will bring the charm of a fireplace and the functionality of heating to your home. Our set includes a free-standing Koza stove with a power of 8 kW and the necessary accessories.
The Koza stove is synonymous with tradition, efficiency and beauty. Made of durable cast iron, this free-standing stove will not only warm your interior, but will also add a unique character to it. Its classic design with delicate decorations and profiled doors gives it a unique charm.
With a power of 8 kW, the Koza stove is able to effectively heat a medium-sized room, providing warmth and the atmosphere of a fireplace. The efficient combustion system allows for economical use of wood, which translates into economical and environmentally friendly heating. The stove is equipped with a tempered glass door that allows you to watch the dancing flames and create a unique atmosphere.
Main features of the Koza 8 kW free-standing stove set with accessories:
8 kW power, ideal for heating medium-sized rooms
Made of durable and aesthetic cast iron
Classic design with delicate decorations and glass door
The set includes tools for operating the fire, an ash shovel and a grate
Air supply regulation for precise combustion control
Removable ash pan for easy cleaning
Free-standing cast iron stove KOZA K6 8 kW
with a set of fireworks
The stove is made of cast iron.
Cast iron, minimum thickness 8 mm.
It has a grate and an ash pan, which makes it easier to keep the stove clean.
/>ENERGY CLASS A
High efficiency of the stove, up to 76%
The diameter of the exhaust gas outlet is 130
It has a heat-resistant glass that can withstand temperatures up to 660°C.
Straight glazing - 36 cm wide< br />Clean glass system.
Cold handle system - you can take photos while burning so that it does not heat up.
Deflector - combustion of fuel particles. Extends the exhaust gas path.
Above the glass - secondary air regulation.
Under the glass - primary air regulation.
Door opens to the left.
Possibility to install the exhaust gas outlet at the back or top of the stove.
Kit for connecting the stove to the chimney.
Glazing type: straight
Nominal power (kW): 8
Heating power range (kW): 7.0 - 11
Material: cast iron
Thermal efficiency (%): 70
Fuel type: seasoned hardwood (humidity ≤20%)
Exhaust gas temperature (oC): 320
Max log length (cm): 35
Door opening: left< /p>
Exhaust gas outlet diameter (mm): 130
Width (cm): 57.8
Height (cm): 63
Depth (cm): 49
Energy Class: A
Seasonal energy efficiency (%): 60
EEI coefficient: 91.5
CO emissions (at 13% O2) ≤ given in %: 0.11
Emission pollen (dust) (mg/Nm3): 22
✅ Meets ECODESIGN criteria
✅ Free-standing cast iron stove KOZA K6 fi 130 - 1 pc.
✅ Set of fireworks
The use of fireworks allows you to place pots of various sizes directly on the fire and regulate the amount of heat reaching them.
REMOVE THE GRILL
The goat uses a solid cast iron grate. It can be removed and cleaned.
REMOVABLE ASH TRAY
This is a drawer/ash container where the remains of burnt wood accumulate. It is removable and easy to clean.
It also facilitates manual control of the combustion process through the ash pan.
THINNER IN THE COMBUSTION CHAMBER
The decorative fence makes it easier to keep the furniture clean and protects it from falling out.
SAFE GLASS AND COLD HANDLE
Limited soot deposition thanks to the clean glass system (air deflector). Classic insert front equipped with heat-resistant ceramics that can withstand temperatures up to 660°C.
The cold handle system allows you to remove it when smoking in the stove. Thanks to this, it does not heat up and you can easily add wood.
DEFLECTOR SUPPORTS COMBUSTION EFFICIENCY
Afterburning of fuel particles thanks to the deflector, which extends the exhaust gas path.
Can be used in various installation conditions, thanks to the adjustable exhaust gas outlet: at the back or on top of the goat.
The manufacturer recommends using logs of deciduous trees such as: beech, hornbeam, oak, alder, birch, ash, etc. with the dimensions of logs or logs: approx. 30 cm long and approx. 30 cm to 50 cm in circumference. - the moisture content of wood used to heat the device should not exceed 20%, which corresponds to wood seasoned 2 years after stored under a roof.
Fuel not recommended:
You should avoid using logs or logs with humidity above 20% for firing the device, as this may result in failure to achieve the declared technical parameters - reduced thermal power. It is not recommended to use logs of coniferous trees and resin-bearing trees to heat the device, as they cause the device to become heavily smoky and require more frequent cleaning of the device and the chimney flue.
The following cannot be burned in the heaters: minerals (e.g. coal, tropical wood (e.g. mahogany), chemical products or liquid substances such as oil, alcohol, gasoline, mothballs, laminated boards, impregnated or pressed pieces glued wood, garbage. If another fuel is permitted, information will be placed on the rating plate.
1. How to position the goat?
The minimum distance between the stove and non-flammable materials is 40 cm. The minimum distance between the stove and flammable materials is 60 cm from the door side 150.
2. Main safety rules
During all activities related to the operation and maintenance of the stove, remember that its cast iron elements may have high temperatures, therefore the minimum distance between the stove and non-flammable materials should be 40 cm.
Minimum distance between the stove and materials flammable sides and back 60 cm from the door side 150.
Use protective gloves.
When operating and using the furnace, follow the rules that ensure basic safety conditions:
read the operating instructions for the fireplace insert and strictly follow its provisions; -
do not leave anything sensitive to temperature near the furnace glass, do not extinguish the fire in the furnace with water, do not operate the stove with a cracked glass, there must be no flammable elements near the stove;
items made of flammable materials , must be at a distance of at least 0.6 m from the fireplace;
For the safety of using the stove, it is recommended to remove the handle during its operation.
3. Clean glass system
Limited soot deposition thanks to the clean glass system.
4. Cleaning the glass
It can only be cleaned when the stove is turned off. Do not use abrasive agents for this purpose. We recommend our liquids or foams, available at our auctions.
5. Ash removal
Regular emptying of the ash pan prevents ash from spilling outside. Do not allow the ash to touch the bottom of the grate (this prevents the circulation of air necessary for combustion). The ash should be poured into a metal container with a tight lid.
6. Stove maintenance
The stove should be inspected and cleaned before each heating season. Pay special attention to the condition of the seals and replace them if necessary. In order to limit the deposition of creosote, it is recommended to temporarily set the fireplace to maximum combustion with the door closed. Only devices intended for this purpose should be used to clean the chimney. The user is obliged to clean the chimney in accordance with applicable regulations.
LIGHTING THE FREE-STANDING STOVE
The only correct and recommended way to light fireplaces and free-standing stoves is the so-called lighting from the top. Do not completely fill the fireplace with wood, the optimal amount of fuel is one that will fill the combustion chamber by a maximum of 1/3 of its volume. Before adding wood, wait until the flames subside; do not add wood when the heat is too high. After lighting the fire, fill the combustion chamber with wood, arranging the fuel in a way that will rationally fill the chamber for the expected burning time determined by the user based on individual experience. The door must be closed each time. After a long period of non-use, it is recommended to light the appliance for the first time with lower power.
STEP BY STEP INSTRUCTIONS
1. MATERIALS PREPARATION:
Several larger logs of wood (split; max. humidity up to 20%; diameter approx. 10-13 cm) - A handful of small logs for kindling (diameter approx. 2-5 cm; max. humidity up to 20%) - Any kindling - Matches/lighter
2. PREPARATION OF THE FIRE:
We open all air vents/throttles in the furnace - We place larger logs on the bottom of the fireplace in an alternating manner - On top of the thick logs we place a layer of small logs for kindling (no more than 3 layers). Place the logs leaving spaces between them to ensure free air flow - Place kindling on the top layer of the log
Light the kindling and close the fireplace door. Depending on the length of the chimney and its draft, lighting may take from a few to several minutes. In case of insufficient draft in the chimney, it should be unsealed in the initial stage of lighting
|Rated output (kW)
|Flue outlet diameter (mm)
|Door opening system
|Heating power range (kW)
|7.0 - 11.0
|Exhaust gas temperature (℃)
|Heating efficiency (%)
|Seasonal Heating efficiency (%)
|Emisja CO (mg/m3)
|Energy efficiency index (EEI)
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