A storage heater ensures long hours of radiant heat. Hot flue gases are passed through ceramic flues to emit their energy on their way to the walls. Via its surface, the stove radiates heat evenly and lastingly into the room. Storage heaters are divided into two types.
A basic oven has a bricked combustion chamber. Unlike in a combined furnace, the combustion takes place inside a heating insert. Here the air is heated quickly and supplies the rooms directly. The result is faster heat release by convection. A combi oven combines the advantages of radiant and convection heating and it is by its versatility one of the most popular types of furnaces.
More information about different furnaces can be found in Brunner’s information database.