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Although a stove may seem like a simple piece of equipment, there is a lot of information that first-time owners need to learn in order to ensure that they get the best performance out of their unit. After all, fire is an unpredictable element which means that attention to detail is a quality that cannot be overlooked. Read on as the team here at Denton Stove Centre go over some important stove related phrases and what they mean…

Air Vent: A traditional stove tends to come with a primary air vent and a secondary air vent, and these are tubes that allow air (oxygen) to enter the firebox. This means that the combustion of fuel can be controlled with ease.

Aperture: The opening inside a chimney breast where a stove is placed is known as the aperture and this can differ in terms of height, width and depth depending on the type of stove that is being installed.

DEFRA: This initialism stands for The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and it is a company that is responsible for the protection and cleanliness of the environment. This means that stove usage is often dependant on the company as a stove must be DEFRA approved in order to be used in a Smoke Control Zone.

Efficiency: When fuel is burned in a stove, some of the energy is lost as a by-product and dispersed outside of a property via the flue. An efficiency rating measures the amount of energy that is not lost and can tell a property owner a lot about the performance that they can expect to receive from a unit.

Slumbering: As a process that can be used in order to keep a fire burning for as long as possible, slumbering involves closing the air vent in order to reduce the amount of oxygen that a fire receives and slow down the rate of burning. In fact, it is a common practice by those who wish to leave their fuel slowly burning overnight in order to make relighting in the morning much easier.

With time and persistence, a first-time stove owner will become an expert on handling a stove and lighting a fire. With this said, it is important to stay on top of the industry and provide a unit with routine and regular maintenance as this is the most effective way to ensure that it remains in tip top condition. To find out more information about stove related jargon, get in contact with the best stoves Manchester has to offer and speak to a member of the Denton Stove Centre team today!

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