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JØTUL F 105 R SL

Short log burner

Description

The Jøtul F 105-series has a confident and friendly character. In spite of its size the Jøtul F 105 is a wood stove that stands out from the rest. Some of the distinctive design elements of this short log burner include the large horizontal glass door, which offers a great view to the fire and the intuitive air control that make it very user friendly. The wood stove is available on traditional legs or on a base. An ash lip and soapstone top can be fitted as an optional accessory. Jøtul F 105 is designed to perform efficiency at low burn rates, while being robust enough to fend off cold snaps. Jøtul F 105 also offers different finish options and you can choose between either black paint and maintenance free white enamel available fall 2015. Jøtul F 105 is adapted for low energy homes. Approved for Class 1 means the wood stove is able to burn clean at lower efficiency than for Class 2. Class 1 products burns clean at lowest wood consumption below 0.8 kg / per hour, while Class 2 products burns clean with lowest wood consumption under 1.25 kg / per hour.

  • Woodstove approved for Class 1
  • Suitable for low effect heating, burns optimally from 2,2 kW

Size

Height: 550 mm

Width: 410 mm

Depth: 325 mm

Colors

Black paint (Selected)
White (Selected)
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Clean burn
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Closed combustion
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Defra exempt

    Specifications

  • Height 550 mm

  • Width 410 mm

  • Depth 325 mm

  • Weight 94 kg

  • Log size up to 33.00 cm

  • Flue outlet Ø 125.00 mm

  • Flue exit options Top / Rear

  • Min output 2.4 kW

  • Nom output 4.5 kW

  • Max output 6.0 kW

  • Efficiency 83%

  • Heating capacity up to 86 m²

  • Heating capacity cubic up to 200 m³

  • CO Emission 0.09%

  • Dust Product Emission 7 mg/Nm³

  • NOx Emission 99 mg/Nm³

  • OGC Emission 76 mg/Nm³

  • Closed combustion Yes

  • Clean burn Yes

  • External air intake Yes

  • Ash solution Yes

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History & Craftmanship

Heat from

Norway

Our passion for heating and our long experience of mastering the Scandinavian climate has taught us that heat is more than what can be measured with a thermometer.

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Quality

That lasts

We want to offer our customers the absolute best stoves, stoves and fireplaces. Therefore, all our products are handmade in Norway with the best materials available.

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