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Hunter Hawk 4 - 4.7kw SE Wood Burning Stove
Hunter Hawk 4 - 4.7kw SE Wood Burning Stove
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Hunter Hawk 4 - 4.7kw SE Wood Burning Stove

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Description

Hunter stoves are a made in their UK factory in Cornwall. Cover a number of well-known brands, Hunter constantly carry out Research and Development of new models, as well as improving on the current range. Looking for a room heater that's economic to run without compromising on style, consider the Hawk 4. It'll deliver a generous output of 3.5-5.5kw and it's simple to install in the smallest of spaces. It has been tested extensively to make sure it can go the distance reaching 72.8% efficiency.

As a rough guide, this stove's output is suitable for a room measuring in the region of 17ft (L) X 17ft (W) X 8ft (H) non-open plan with average insulation properties.

Technical Data

  • Style: Traditional
  • DEFRA Approved: Yes
  • Fuel: Wood Only
  • Construction: Cast Iron
  • Output (kW): 4.70
  • External Height: 533
  • External Width: 390
  • External Depth: 342
  • Efficiency (%): 72.8
  • Outlet Diameter (mm): 125
  • Outlet Diameter (inches): 5
  • Primary Air: Yes
  • Secondary Air: Yes
  • Weight (kg): 70.0
  • Distance rear to centre of top outlet (mm): 88
  • Distance floor to centre of rear outlet (mm): 458
  • Outlet Location: Top/Rear

Manufacturer

Hunter Stoves (Mells) Group was originally founded in 1970 in the South West of England, and is widely thought to be the first UK-based wood stove manufacturer; initially producing steel stoves with built-in boilers to run small and medium sized central heating systems. In 2003, Hunter Stoves bought the Parkray brand and moved its operations to the Exeter factory, continuing to develop both the Parkray and Hunter brands.

In 2008, Hunter Stoves Ltd bought a site in Camelford, Cornwall, and initially re-located the Research and Development department there, but it now incorporates the manufacturing of the stoves as well. In 2015 they rebranded as the Hunter Stoves Group, bringing all stove brands under the Hunter Stoves Group umbrella, including Herald, HS Gas, Di Lusso, Avalon, Cleanburn, Eco-ideal and Parkray brands. There are over 200 different designs of multifuel and wood stoves across the brands. The company employs over 55 people and distributes to most western European countries, South Africa, New Zealand and Japan.

Model No.

  • Model: TSTV-CWB-BHUN-NHA4
  • Manufactured by: Hunter

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  • Model:
    [TSTV-CWB-BHUN-NHA4]
  • Manufactured by: Hunter

Description

Hunter stoves are a made in their UK factory in Cornwall. Cover a number of well-known brands, Hunter constantly carry out Research and Development of new models, as well as improving on the current range. Looking for a room heater that's economic to run without compromising on style, consider the Hawk 4. It'll deliver a generous output of 3.5-5.5kw and it's simple to install in the smallest of spaces. It has been tested extensively to make sure it can go the distance reaching 72.8% efficiency.

As a rough guide, this stove's output is suitable for a room measuring in the region of 17ft (L) X 17ft (W) X 8ft (H) non-open plan with average insulation properties.

  • Style: Traditional
  • DEFRA Approved: Yes
  • Fuel: Wood Only
  • Construction: Cast Iron
  • Output (kW): 4.70
  • External Height: 533
  • External Width: 390
  • External Depth: 342
  • Efficiency (%): 72.8
  • Outlet Diameter (mm): 125
  • Outlet Diameter (inches): 5
  • Primary Air: Yes
  • Secondary Air: Yes
  • Weight (kg): 70.0
  • Distance rear to centre of top outlet (mm): 88
  • Distance floor to centre of rear outlet (mm): 458
  • Outlet Location: Top/Rear

Hunter Stoves (Mells) Group was originally founded in 1970 in the South West of England, and is widely thought to be the first UK-based wood stove manufacturer; initially producing steel stoves with built-in boilers to run small and medium sized central heating systems. In 2003, Hunter Stoves bought the Parkray brand and moved its operations to the Exeter factory, continuing to develop both the Parkray and Hunter brands.

In 2008, Hunter Stoves Ltd bought a site in Camelford, Cornwall, and initially re-located the Research and Development department there, but it now incorporates the manufacturing of the stoves as well. In 2015 they rebranded as the Hunter Stoves Group, bringing all stove brands under the Hunter Stoves Group umbrella, including Herald, HS Gas, Di Lusso, Avalon, Cleanburn, Eco-ideal and Parkray brands. There are over 200 different designs of multifuel and wood stoves across the brands. The company employs over 55 people and distributes to most western European countries, South Africa, New Zealand and Japan.