Stoves in this category are predominately designed or modified to burn wood only, and are thus termed woodburners.
Some stove manufacturers design their stoves to burn coal, anthracite, peat and other multi-fuel products as well as wood and these stoves can be found in the Multi-Fuel stove category. Dedicated wood burning stove models do not always contain a grate and an ashpan. The woodburning stove is designed for the fire to be burned on a bed of ash on the base of the stove or woodburner. The ash compresses down on the base of the stove and forms a hard crust. This ash acts as a sort of insulation on the stove's base and the remainder of the ash from burning good quality well-seasoned wood will atomise and be drawn up the flue and be expelled through the chimney terminal. Dedicated woodburners are much more efficient (by as much as 30%) at wood burning than multi-fuel stoves and they are usually much easier to 'keep in' overnight. They offer a larger firebox compared with the same sized multifuel stove and do not require regular de-ashing either. Experienced wood burning customers always favour choosing the wood burning only stoves.
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