Arada iSeries Cassette i500 Multi Fuel DEFRA Stove

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To most UK mainland addresses (Restrictions Apply)

Fuel Options

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The Aarrow i500 Cassette Stove part of the Aarrow i Series Inset Range.
This stove is back to the traditional inset look a good sized viewing glass a nice sturdy steel handle with simple easy to use controls, it forms a great looking modern stove which offers our customers a contemporary design for burning wood and solid fuels.

An offer of a coloured door and trim in the popular Arada colours can give this stove an even more Contemporary look

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Stove Features

Lifetime Guarantee
DEFRA approved for use in smoke controlled areas
Choice of Trim 30mm Standard - 60mm Wide
Choice of Trim Colours
Choice of Stove Door colours
2KW - 9KW Output (6.4KW Nominal ROOM VENT REQUIRED)
76% Efficient
Top Flue option only
Pre heated Airwash for sparkling clean glass
Flexifuel Grate System
Internal flue fitting for ease of installation
Draught regulator Included
Primary and secondary burn to improve efficiency
Suitable for multi fuel use

Stove Options

Single Door
Optional Trim Sizes and Colours
Optional Door Colours

Flue Options

Flue Size 5" (127mm)
Flue Options Top Flue

Carbon Monoxide Alarm

Castfireplaces can supply a Kidde Carbon monoxide alarm to comply with the regulations below just add it as an option above

Carbon monoxide

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