Whether you live in a country cottage, a modern new-build or an urban apartment, there’s nothing quite like coming home to the warmth and cosy feeling of a wood-burning stove. Ideal for open-plan spaces as well as living rooms and dining areas, a Nestor Martin model is a perfect choice, with a wide variety of styles and sizes to select from. With eco-friendly design firmly at the forefront of its thinking, all Nestor Martin wood-burning stoves now come with an environmentally conscious catalytic converter.
There are many benefits to both consumers and the planet when you choose a catalytic stove. Producing a long, even heat output, catalytic combustion is designed to clean the smoke that leaves your chimney, reduce creosote and enable you to get more heat from each piece of wood. The catalyst passes the smoky exhaust through a coated ceramic honeycomb inside the stove where the smoke gases and particles ignite and burn.
This means less dust as well as 80% lower CO2 emissions. Catalytic combustion is operated by a lever bypass damper for starting and reloading and to maintain your stove in peak condition, make sure you never over-fill the stove or use an inappropriate fuel such as household waste or treated wood. Burn only natural, well-seasoned wood, with a moisture content of less than 20% and clean the catalyst regularly with a vacuum or soft-bristled brush.
Nestor Martin has a wide collection of catalytic wood-burning stoves to suit classic and modern interiors. Its contemporary collection includes flat and curved designs while the traditional range features clean-lined, intricately styled leg and log store stoves.
“We are extremely proud to be able to offer a full range of catalytic wood-burning stoves,” says Chris Baines, managing director of Eurostove, “With styles to suit both classic and contemporary homes, there’s something for everyone and you can now rest assured that your stove is both eco-friendly and high performing without any mess or fuss.”
Nestor Martin is one of the oldest stove manufacturers still trading today. Established in 1854, its stoves are designed to efficiently burn natural gas and can be adapted to burn propane. They are also tested to meet the highest standards of performance, safety and emissions for both gas types.