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.
Fireplaces are characterized by large glass panels and low space requirements. The heated air inside the heating chamber is fed directly to the room.
A large part of the heat energy from flue gases is removed through the heat exchanger of a water bearing insert. A buffer absorbs the energy and distributes it when needed into the heating system.