The Studio Freestanding range has been designed by Stovax to create a striking feature in your living space with their enticing widescreen wood burning flame visuals complemented by an extensive array of frames and styling options.
The pure, simplistic form of the Studio stove range belies the high levels of engineering and technical innovation that keeps this range not only at the forefront of twenty first century fire design, but also exceptional performance and controllability.
All Studio stoves are designed for wood burning only. As a DEFRA exempt appliance, the freestanding Studio 1 fire can even be used to burn wood if you're located in a smoke controlled area.
The Studio 1 Freestanding incorporates the impressive firebox performance of a cassette fire with the welcoming presence of a stove. Available with a number of optional extras to help you create the right look for your home, the Studio 1 Freestanding can be hearth mounted or installed on a Riva Bench.
An optional heat shield kit can be fitted to the bench in order to reduce the distance to combustible materials if required. Other styling options include a black glass top plate, gloss black enamel flue pipe, square section flue covers and flue ring covers, all of which are designed to provide an integrated and cohesive look to your new fire.
Stovax Studio fires feature the very latest cleanburn combustion systems, allowing them to burn logs with outstanding efficiency, resulting in more heat delivery into the room and less going up the chimney. This technological advancement is achieved by introducing preheated, secondary air into the firebox to burn the excess hydrocarbons in the smoke.
Airwash air flow also helps keep the window clean, allowing you to enjoy the flames to the full. Whether you choose a cassette or freestanding fire, your Studio will offer you full control of the flame aesthetics. From a lazy roll to a lively roar, you can adjust your fire to suit your mood. The doors on the Studio 500, 1 and 2 are hinged to the left whilst the larger Studio 3 doors open downwards, minimising the risk of ash falling beyond the hearth and into the room.