EN 15250:2007 Slow heat release appliances fired by solid fuel - Requirements and test methods
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This is the European Standard for the type of room-heating solid fuel stove constructed from heavy masonry designed to retain heat and then emit it over a long period. They are known in Germany as Kachelöfen, in Russia as Petchke.
Among other provisions, it lays down that masonry stoves must be:
Have means of cleaning their internal flueways
Be provided with a glove or tool for handling hot surfaces
Have an Efficiency of at least 70%
Have CO emission <0.3%
Will be supplied with information explaining its heat storage capacity in terms of how much heat is being emitted after so-many hours, including the time taken to fully heat up, and the time taken to cool down, including a graph similar to this:
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