The FHT Stove
A stove designed for a low carbon future
FHT Stove impression
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Introducing the most controllable
wood burning stove in the world!

Excess heat sent to central heating circuit in seconds - turn ‘on’ or ‘off’ as required

Works with existing and renewable central heating systems

Ideal for the future “net zero CO2 world”
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Proven, safe and cost effective solution to reduce overheating

Disperses excess heat to the rest of the home to reduce heating fuel use

Direct connection to all heating systems including pressurised circuits, ‘combi’ systems and underfloor heating

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The FHT Stove is a unique wood burning stove design which incorporates all the features of modern, clean-burning, efficient convector stoves and adds an extra dimension! The patented technology safely switches excess heat from the stove to any central heating circuit when required by a low power, low noise fan and heat exchanger in the base of the stove. Heat transfer can be turned ‘on’ or ‘off’ so that you can choose whether to have all the stove heat going to the room or to divert approximately half the heat into the central heating system. Turn ‘on’ or ‘off’ as often as required. For more detailed information go to the How It Works page.
Prototype FHT Stove

FHT Stove prototype under test

Advantages of the FHT Stove Up Arrow
  • The FHT Stove is fail-safe in the event of power supply failure

  • Designed to operate in parallel with all types of central heating systems

  • Excess heat dispersed to other parts of the home through the central heating system without restriction

  • Clean-burn, low emission stove, whether transferring heat or not

  • Can be operated from a room thermostat or an App

  • Low power requirements and quiet operation

  • Proven, tested and Patented technology

Eco Label
The FHT Stove is one of the few stoves that can connect to central heating systems following the introduction of EcoDesign legislation in January 2022. This legislation requires all stoves to pass more stringent tests for efficiency and emissions. Traditional ‘back boiler’ stoves cannot achieve low emissions as the water ‘jacket’ around the fire (instead of firebricks) cools the combustion zone leading to poor combustion and greater emissions. The FHT Stove does not have a water ‘jacket’ so high temperature combustion can be achieved giving low emissions.