DOUBLE COMBUSTION: GREATER THERMAL VIELD AND GREATER RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT
Ravelli wood stoves exploitthe maximum calorific value of the wood, burning up any carbon monoxide still present in the gases created by the primary combustion process in the secondary combustion process, thus reducing pollutant emissions. In this way, the process achieves CO levels below those set by European standards, as well as increasing efficiency.
TURN COMBUSTION AIR
Ravelli stoves are furthermore fitted with a non-adjustable tertiary air system, introduced via a pipe in the upper section of the combustion chamber. By reducing the primary and secondary air input, combustion moves into the upper section of the chamber: in this way the stove continues to produce heat byburning the gases, but the block of wood is consumed very slowly since it is not subject to the direct effects of the flames.