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How to calculate the size of stove needed:

Here is a general formula for calculating minimum output required:
Allow at least 1kW per 14 cubic metres –
eg. your room is 4m wide, 5m long by 2.4m high = 4x5x2.4 = 48cubic metres – divide by 14 = approx 3.5kW minimum – if you have only single glazing and your house insulation level is not great, you will need to add on a bit more.

For ref:

Our Stove: CASTMASTER BLENHEIM WOOD BURNING CAST IRON STOVE 8KW

Measuring 62.5 cmÔÇÖs tall, 49 cmÔÇÖs wide, 42.5 cmÔÇÖs deep

Maximum heat output 8kw

weighing 90kgÔÇÖs

Distance from the rear of stove to the centre of the top flue outlet: 12 cms (5 inches)

Distance from the floor to the centre of the rear flue outlet: 53 cms (20.5 inches)

This multifuel stove is suitable for burning wood, coal, smokeless fuel, peat, logs etc

Burning wood is better in environmental terms as the amount of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere is the same as that absorbed by the tree during growth. It is also a renewable resource, particularly when derived from plantations and cultivated woodland.


As expected with every stove. This unit is manufactured from premium grade freshly mined ore and Certified to British and European saftey standard EN13240.
This stove is a delight to use and is offered at an incredible, direct from manufacturer price and will be packaged and crated for safe arrival to your door.

Our Blenheim stove features the following:

  • Pre assembled-just bolt on the legs
  • Factory fitted ÔÇ£SchottÔÇØ pyro ceramic glass
  • 5? Top & Rear Flue outlets ÔÇô Connector included
  • Gorgeous Brass fittings
  • Built in ashpan for simple cleaning
  • Full cast construction with cast inner lining
  • Advanced slow burn multifuel technology
  • Super Airwash and variable airflow control
  • Multifuel grate

How to replace metal plates

I HAVE TAKEN THE INTERNAL PLATES OUT AND I CAN`T REMEMBER THE ORDER THEY GO BACK INTO THE STOVE. CAN YOU HELP?

ANSWER: There are four internal plates. Two are the same size, these go in first, one to left of the stove and one to the right. One of these plates has a knotch on the side out of it, that is plate which sits to the left beside the door. The knotch is out as space for the door catch. Both of these plates have a cast brick at the bottom. The brick side faces into the stove belly.

Next you take the tallest plate and, with the cast brick at bottom facing into the stove belly, you insert that plate up to the back wall of the rear of the stove.

Next comes the coal grate. That is placed on the base of the stove.

And finally the 45 degree throat plate. With the Country Kiln 21,22, 23,24,25,26 stoves you will have an extra internal plate. This is the smoke deflector and removeable baffle/throat plate. This should be placed in the body of the stove at a 45 degree angle from centre back, rising to just above the door. You will find 4 knotches inside your Country Kiln Stoves on which it sits.?á The plate for the Country Kiln 1 Stoves sit horizonally.

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