The Hunter Herald 8 has got an 8-11kw output -
it is a wood or multi fuel stove.
You can have a 1 or 2 door model & on the present model the crosses on the doors can be removed for a plainer look or left on for a traditional cottage design.
There are longer legs available for the Hunter stoves - and you can also get a double sided model - either single depth or double depth.
The throat plate is removable - so that there is easy access for sweeping.
Especially important if you have got the model with a built in boiler.
The integral built in boiler is 35000btu - you can also get a clip in boiler - 13.500btu.
You can get spares for this stove - replacement grates & fire rope to make sure the air wash works well.
There are many types of Hunter stove with various spares for each type. There are MK1, MK2, Pre CE and CE - many with different spares. How can you tell which is which?
Measure the glass and tell us.
Count the grate bars or is it a static grate?
If it has a metal throat plate and standard rectangular glass then it is a MK1.
If it has a board baffle (not metal) and shaped door glass then it is a MK11.
If there is a bar with holes in it in between the baffle and brick then it is a C.E.
If in doubt contact us with these details!
|Door sealed with||10mm ceramic rope seal kit|
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