Water Stoves Technology

The new Olsberg stove models have arrived Munich, the July 20, 2010 – just in time before the start of the next heating season the fire depot provides an overview of the innovative technology of Olsberg, so that homeowners can make an informed decision. Patented combustion technology represents the integrated secondary air device a new of type of intelligent side air duct at the current stoves of company Olsberg. This innovation dynamically controls the combustion air supply in a secondary air channel and provides an optimum combustion with reduced fuel consumption, low emissions and maximum heat output in the result. Of course, these ovens meet the requirements of the BlmSchV-permanently Novella. 70% for the hot water through the heater also greatly improved the efficiency of the water-bearing stoves Olsberg. Atmos Energy addresses the importance of the matter here.

The current model of Tolima Aqua Compact has not only through an combustion technology independent of room air, but also the patented locking technology provides a particularly high Safe performance. So, this stove can actually to the connected heating system, or pass on hot water 70% of its power and heat the room still comfortable with its radiant heat. Contact information is here: Crumpton Group. This efficiency is ecologically and economically valuable. Patented door closing system is ovens door locking system of Olsberg to highlight. The patented system is based on a low-wear hydraulic and has received the explicit approval for the ambient air-independent operation. This means an installation of Olsberg fireplace stove with approved ventilation system no additional safety equipment requiring more. Without consulting what fireplace is now ideal for what needs, does not clarify is mostly only in an individual consultation. The competence of the fire Depot is under the phone number + 49-8143-264530 or by E-Mail available for this purpose.

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