Hoxter is a manufacturer of top-quality fireplace and stove inserts, and is now expanding its product line with the BLOX freestanding accumulation stoves. Blox stoves accumulate heat energy in their design and then slowly emit heat into the room over many hours.
The novelty was developed in the wake of high energy prices and feedback from builders on customer demand. The main considerations were affordability of the product, a highly efficient and effective heating source, compact size and, typical of Hoxter, of course, design. The BLOX is therefore a fast-access, low-maintenance product. It simply builds a well-thought-out "puzzle" and within hours we have a functional storage stove.
BLOX models consist of a concrete casing divided into segments that are stacked on top of each other using a tongue-and-groove system. The product weighs 428 kg, which makes it a sufficient accumulation mass for long-term heating. The main advantage of accumulation stoves is that they store heat energy in their construction, and then slowly radiate it into the room for hours after firing.
How does it radiate heat? Thanks to the accumulation superstructure on the hearth and the accumulation housing, the stove is able to radiate heat for hours without the need for constant adding.
Clean and efficient combustion is synonymous with Hoxter and is a priority for every model of fireplace insert, stove door and insert and, of course, the new BLOX stove. BLOX stoves are offered in two basic models, the BLOX 50 with a square layout (500×500 mm) and the BLOX R55 with a 550 mm round floor layout. The appearance of the BLOX stove is standard architectural concrete with an irregular, fine, light gray texture. Depending on the customer's preference, it is also possible to choose from several door handle designs or select a dark chamotte pattern instead of the standard light-colored hearth.
For more information, visit the company's HOXTER a.s. page on the A&B portal.