Inis Airc Aird 6kW Roomheater
The InisAirc Ard has an impressive 6Kw output. This stove has a sizable wood store and a large base plate offering a more contemporary slant on the standard InisAirc. This stove is ideal for large open plan areas and conservatories. Its advanced convection and clean burn technology provides a considerable saving on fuel over standard stoves resulting in more heat from less fuel. This is better for your pocket and the environment. Our clean-burn air-wash also keeps the glass beautifully clear, giving you an uninterrupted view of the fire. The InisAirc Ard is available in a variety of 6 colours. Convection Air System “More Heat Less Fuel” All Inis stoves include a convection system whereby cool air from within the room is drawn into the convection chamber. This air is then heated as it rises within the stove and then flows out into the room. The hot air rising draws in more cool air setting up a continuous flow maintaining added heating efficiency.
- Up to 6kw output.
- Convection and Cleanburn system gives you increased efficiency and reduced emissions.
- Airwash system ensures clean glass giving you uninterrupted view of the fire.
- Single door stove, made from a combination of 5mm, 8mm and 10mm boiler plate steel, cast iron, ceramic glass and firebrick lining.
- Will heat a room up to 400 square feet.
- Outside air kit available.
- 5 inch Flue outlet, top and rear.
- Heavy duty Multi-fuel grate burns wood, smokeless coal, peat & eco fuels.
- A wooden handle for safe and easy reloading.
- Full external riddling mechanism makes stoking the fire much safer.
- Fully controllable damper for safer and easier operation.
- Overnight burning capable.
- Removable ash pan.
- Variety of 6 colours available including various colour handles.
- Fully manufactured in Ireland to ISO9001-2000 standards.
- Full 5 year guarantee.
Convection Air System “More Heat Less Fuel”
All Inis stoves include a convection system, cool air from within the room is drawn into the convection chamber, the air is heated as it rises within the stove which then flows out into the room. The hot air rising draws in more cool air setting up a continuous flow maintaining added heating efficiency.