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Aga Stoves
Aga Much Wenlock Woodburning StoveMost people associate the name Aga with good food and fine living, but many are unaware of the rich and interesting history that lies behind the world’s most famous cooker.

Although often thought of as quintessentially British, the Aga actually began life in Sweden. The cooker that has become the heart of the home in more than 750,000 households around the world was invented by Dr Gustav Dalén, a blind Nobel Prize-winning physicist.

But there’s also so much more to the Aga brand, including a range of distinctive conventional cookers, wonderfully cool refrigeration products, a massive collection of fabulous cookware and a line-up of Aga-branded stoves to suit every home.

View the full range of Aga Woodburning and Solid Fuel Stoves that together make Aga the heart of the home.

View the full range of Aga Cast Iron Stoves

Aga Berrington Multifuel StoveThe timeless appeal of a cast-iron stove is hard to beat and the new collection of Aga made and Aga branded stoves are as beautiful as they are practical. Every model uses the latest clean-burn technology to maximise the efficient use of energy and minimise the effect on the environment.

Each of the stoves in the Aga range is available as a wood burning & solid fuel stove, which is better for the planet as burning timber from coppiced or managed forests is cost-efficient and helps conserve fossil fuels.

Using a wood burning stove offers a carbon neutral and sustainable heat source – growing trees take in carbon dioxide which is then released when the wood rots or is burnt.


Aga Contact Details

Aga Rangemaster Group
Station Road, Ketley, Telford, Shropshire TF1 5AQ United Kingdom

 General Enquiries

Tel:  0845 712 5207

 Service Enquiries

Tel:  0845 712 5207

 Brochure Request

Tel:  0845 712 5207

 Email Address Contact Form: http://www.agaliving.com/contact-us/contact-us-form.aspx
 Website

http://www.agaliving.com/our-products/stoves.aspx

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How your Aga Cast Iron Stove is made...

Beautiful Design Features 
The beautiful cast-iron panels of an Aga stove are individually moulded in a hand-finished 'cast'. This means Aga can create the gentle curves and exquisite design details which are the hallmark of a high quality stove. Aga stoves are available with a cast matt finish or a high-quality vitreous enamel surface. 

Excellent Heat Retention 
Cast iron is renowned for its heat retention properties, which is why Aga use it in their world-famous Aga cookers. The heat stored while the stove is lit continues to be released into the room, long after the embers have died away 

Outstanding Build Quality 
As you would expect from any product made by Aga, their stoves are manufactured to the highest possible standards. They carry the CE mark, which means they comply with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety end environmental protection legislation. Aga stoves also have a five-year parts and one-year labour warranty.

Clean burn technology
Aga stoves incorporate the latest clean-burn technology to deliver the most efficient use of energy and to protect the environment from harmful fumes. Fresh air is carefully channelled below, around and above the fire box, to create the optimum conditions for combustion. Any solid particles and volatile gasses produced from the fire are re-ignited and burnt off, before they can enter the atmosphere.

This process not only guarantees that you achieve the maximum heat output from your chosen fuel, but also helps to keep the window clean and clear, so you can enjoy the flame picture to the full.

Often it is those things which you don't see that make all the difference.

The interior construction of every Aga stove is individually designed and precisely engineered, with hidden baffles, ducts and channels, so air enters, circulates and leaves the stove in the most efficient way. This is essential if you are to achieve the maximum heat output. Efficient fuel combustion is also the key to economy and low emissions.

In the Little and Much Wenlock, the firebox is carefully shaped to recirculate the air until combustion is complete. In the Berrington, when the cold air enters the stove it is separated. The majority of the air is used to fuel the fire and create the primary combustion. However, a smaller amount of air is channelled around the back of the stove, where it is warmed, before circulating over the flames and creating a secondary combustion, which increases the heat output and burns off any impurities in the smoke.

With solid-fuel and wood-burning models, a secondary supply of cold air enters the stove above the window. Being heavier than the warm air inside, it flows down the face of the window, keeping the glass clean and leaving a clear view of the flame picture.

The Aga Story
For over 80 years AGA has remained at the forefront of engineering excellence. AGA stoves embody the best AGA traditions and employ the very latest technology. The generations of workers who have bestowed their craft, often from father to son, have done so with great care and attention, bringing a sense of pride to each new creation. When you invest in an AGA stove, you are acquiring a piece of history, a talking point and a centrepiece for your home. AGA stoves are brought to you by the manufacturers of the world famous AGA range cooker. They are assembled by hand by skilled craftsmen, giving each one a personal touch and unique quality. Nothing is better for retaining and radiating heat than cast iron and nobody knows how to work with cast iron better than AGA.

Beautiful Design Features
The beautiful cast iron panels of an AGA stove are individually moulded in a hand finished 'cast'. This means that AGA can create the gentle curves and exquisite design details which are the hallmark of a high quality stove.

Excellent Heat Retention
Cast iron is renowned for its heat retention properties, which is why AGA use it in their world famous cookers. The heat stored whilst the stove is lit continues to be released into the room, long after the embers have died away.

Outstanding Build Quality
AGA stoves are manufactured to the highest possible standards. They carry the CE mark, which means that they comply with the essential requirements of the relevant European health, safety, environmental protection legislation and are all HETAS listed. AGA stoves have a five year parts and one year labour warranty.* (*Does not apply to consumable items; glass, bricks etc.)

Quality Control
With a reputation for technical excellence second to none, AGA cast iron stoves are amongst the best you can buy. Each model is individually designed, to ensure that the air flows around the stove in the most efficient way possible. Innovative features include; a chrome iron grate, perfect for burning wood or solid fuel, an interchangeable wood burning plate* and stainless steel after burners*, to reduce emissions of soot. A primary air inlet valve is fitted as standard on all stoves, so that you can vary the heat output and control running costs. All components are manufactured to the highest technical standards. Each stove is assembled by hand and subjected to a gruelling series of quality control checks, including a visual inspection of the casting, before it is allowed to leave the factory.
*On selected models.

Active Airflow Technology
Often it is those things which you don’t see that make all the difference. AGA stoves incorporate the latest Active Airflow technology, to deliver the most efficient use of energy and to protect the environment from harmful emissions. Fresh air is carefully channelled below, around and above the fire box to create the optimum conditions for combustion. Any solid particles and volatile gases produced from the fire are re-ignited and burnt off, before they can enter the atmosphere. This process not only guarantees that you achieve the maximum heat output from your chosen fuel, but also helps to keep the window clean and clear, so that you can enjoy the flame picture to the full.
AGA Smoke Exempt Stoves (available on Little Wenlock Classic, Stretton and Ludlow models) can be used in smoke control areas throughout the UK to burn wood.

By following a few simple guidelines, you can ensure that your stove is not only economic to run, but environmentally friendly too. The secret is to burn clean, dry fuels at high temperature, with an adequate air supply. Modern proprietary solid fuels and large anthracite nuts burn at consistently high temperatures, ensuring a good secondary combustion of any impurities in the smoke. Never use fuel which is wet or unsuitable for the appliance and don’t overfill the firebox. Of course, dry timber from a well managed and renewable forest is the most environmentally friendly fuel of all, as any emissions are comparatively low in CO2 and the planting of new trees can help to reduce global warming. As a simple check, if the smoke coming from your chimney is black or dark brown, then the combustion is incomplete and you are releasing too many impurities into the environment. If it is white or barely visible then your stove is working at peak efficiency, AGA stoves are up to 81% efficient and are all HETAS listed.




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