Bruno Workshop Stoves
Bruno stoves are designed differently from almost any other stove and the design suits workshops incredibly well. The whole firebox is made from steel tubes welded together and these are designed to draw cold air up from the floor and spread it around as warm air. This means that they are extremely good at warming big spaces. Instead of being very hot immediately around the stove, and cool elsewhere, you will get a much more even heat right across the workshop.
Another advantage of convecting stoves is that the stove body will always be cooler to the touch than a radiant stove, an important safety feature in a busy working environment.
The third factor that makes them popular, in wood workshops in particular, is that they have big fireboxes that can fit large and long bits of wood. They can be loaded and left to get on with it in a situation where often people just don't have the time to be fussing around a stove. Once the workshop is up to temperature the stove can then be turned down and will keep in for hours, maintaining that warmth.
The table below gives a summary of each Bruno stove.
|Bruno T6||13kW||260 cu. m||860mm||670mm||700mm||£1486|
|Bruno T8||16kW||320 cu. m||860mm||670mm||850mm||£1648|
|Bruno T10||19kW||380 cu. m||860mm||670mm||1000mm||£1756|
|Bruno T12||22kW||440 cu. m||860mm||670mm||1150mm||£1863|
|Bruno T14||25kW||500 cu. m||860mm||670mm||1300mm||£1969|
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