Wood stove Rota Top 2.0
Cover plate steel black, corpus steel black
Cover plate Soapstone, corpus steel black
Cover plate Sandstone, corpus steel black
Cover plate glass, corpus steel black
Cover plate ceramic Grappa, corpus steel black
Cover plate ceramic Silk white, corpus steel black
Cover plate ceramic Bordeaux red, corpus steel black
- Profiled burning chamber lining
- Multi point locking system
- Standard external combustion air connection
- Door wood storage
The connecting piece for external combustion air supply is not included in the scope of delivery.
|Energy efficiency class||A+|
|Operation with external air supply||rear / bottom|
|Nominal heat output||5,5 kW|
|Height||1055 (Steel), 1073 (Stone, Ceramic) mm|
|Room heating capacity up to||88 m³|
|Length of logs||30 cm|
|Exhaust gas mass flow||5,2 g/s|
|Exhaust temperature||295 °C|
|Required delivery pressure||0,12 mbar|
Accessories for your Wood stove Rota Top 2.0
|Cover plate steel black, corpus steel black||5793 50|
|Cover plate Soapstone, corpus steel black||5793 52|
|Cover plate Sandstone, corpus steel black||5793 53|
|Cover plate glass, corpus steel black||5793 51|
|Cover plate ceramic Grappa, corpus steel black||5793 57|
|Cover plate ceramic Silk white, corpus steel black||5793 56|
|Cover plate ceramic Bordeaux red, corpus steel black||5793 55|
In modern, more dense buildings with controlled ventilation systems, the combustion air must be supplied from the outside so there can not arise a vacuum in the living room. This requires a separate external air supply.
The simultaneous operation of a stove with solid fuels and controlled ventilations systems is only permittet, if the stove has an approval under building law as independent of ambient air stove according to DBIT. The stove has to be equiped with a security device e.g. low pressure warning device that has acces to the ventilation systems and is able to turn them off in case a vacuum arises.
Please find more information about DBIT in the users manual.