Following are stove-installation rules that must always be
- Stoves must be installed in accordance with national laws and
regulations as well as the guidelines on the approval stamp on the
The chimney is the "engine" of your stove and must be installed
correctly for proper burning of firewood. The chimney must have a
certain height and be in good condition to provide sufficient
draught, without which the stove will not function properly.
Contact your local chimney sweep for more information.
It is important that the room where the stove is set up has ample
supply of fresh air. This is vital for good chimney draught because
even light ventillation can cause pressure and therefore reduce the
draught in the chimney.
Ensure that the floor can hold the weight of the stove and the
Always place the stove on a non-flammable surface. In addition,
flammable substances must not be stored close to the stove. More
information on how far the stove must be kept from flammable
materials is listed in the guidelines on the approval stamp on the
Never make alterations to the stove by yourself, and always follow
the advice of your stove dealer and manufacturer. Unauthorized
alterations to your stove may cause it to function improperly and
therefore not burn firewood efficiently and economically. Also, any
alterations to the stove will void the guarantee that comes with