The Morso 1442 is a traditional looking multifuel stove which is proving to be a very popular addition to traditional homes in the UK. The stove itself has extended legs to hold the cast-iron body and a very traditional looking front panel although do not be fooled by the simple and traditional look. This stove has the latest multi fuel burning technology combustion system, is DEFRA approved and is available with a squirrel motif or ribbed side.
Inside the Morso 1442
As we touched on above, the Morso 1442 has the latest multi fuel burning technology, convection heat, air wash system and primary air supply which is complimented by a secondary and tertiary air supply. Like many of the modern-day stoves this particular model has a top or rear flue outlet and a riddling grate system which is obviously very useful. If you are looking to buy a Morso 1442 stove then you will not be disappointed by this model which looks traditional yet houses the latest technology.
Review of the Morso 1442 stove
Aside from the latest multi fuel burning systems available within the Morso 1440 it is also worth noting the various technical details. The stove itself gives a 5 kW output, is able to accommodate logs up to 25 cm in length and has a 5 inch flue (125 mm). It weighs in at approximately 80 kg and the official efficiency rating for this particular model is net 74.6/gross 67.9. It is therefore comparable in output and efficiency to its peers in the DEFRA approved group.
Dimensions of the Morso 1442 stove
When looking to install a Morso 1442 stove you will need to be fully aware of the dimensions and the various clearances required. The basic dimensions of the Morso 1442 stove are height 750 mm, width 435 mm and depth 438 mm. The clearance required to combustibles is top 500 mm, side 500 mm, rear 100 mm and soft furniture 700 mm. It is vital that you abide by these combustible clearance figures for your safety and maximum efficiency for the stove.
History of the Morso 1442 stove
The Morso 1442 is part of the very popular Morso squirrel range which has recently been expanded to take in a variety of new DEFRA approved stoves. This is by far and away the most popular of the Morso ranges ever introduced to the UK and the company has put significant time, money and effort into expanding and improving the Morso squirrel range. Not only are the stoves affordable but they have a history and a track record which breeds confidence.
The Morso 1442 stove is one of the better selling Morso products available at the moment and part of the very popular squirrel stove range. The machine is DEFRA approved and can therefore be used in smoke control areas, which is something that the authorities are looking to extend in the months and years ahead. This stove has an excellent track record and is great value for money.