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The built-in pellet stove is ideal for heating your entire home, because of the sleek installation it also takes up little space. we have the pellet stove central heating appliances in our showroom.


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Dielle FBX 50 R

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This insert stove is suitable for installation in place of an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a vacuum cleaner and a pick-up tube. Painted steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.

 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 50 R

• Global power: 2.7-6.6 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-5.9 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.3 kg
• Yield: 87.2-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 170m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.

Dielle FBX 50 S

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Dielle FBX 50 S

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This insert pellet stove is suitable for use in an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a suction and a pick-up tube. Coated steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.
 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 50 S

• Global power: 2.7-6.6 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-5.9 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.3 kg
• Yield: 87.2-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 170m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.

Dielle FBX 50 T

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Dielle FBX 50 T

Dielle FBX 50 T

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This insert stove is suitable for installation in place of an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a vacuum cleaner and a pick-up tube. Painted steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.

 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 50 T

• Global power: 2.7-6.6 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-5.9 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.3 kg
• Yield: 87.2-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 170m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.

Dielle FBX 70 R

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Dielle FBX 70 R

Dielle FBX 70 R

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This insert stove is suitable for installation in place of an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a vacuum cleaner and a pick-up tube. Painted steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.

 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 70 R

• Global power: 2.7-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-8.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.9 kg
• Yield: 87.2-88.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.

Dielle FBX 70 S

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Dielle FBX 70 S

Dielle FBX 70 S

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This insert pellet stove is suitable for use in an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a suction and a pick-up tube. Coated steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.
 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 70 S

• Global power: 2.7-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-8.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.9 kg
• Yield: 87.2-88.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.

Dielle FBX 70 T

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Dielle FBX 70 T

Dielle FBX 70 T

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This insert stove is suitable for installation in place of an existing fireplace or in small spaces. Available in 3 versions: with pellet loading at the front by means of an integrated drawer; by means of a trapdoor or by means of a vacuum cleaner and a pick-up tube. Painted steel structure, ceramic combustion chamber and "magic" glass door.

 

Adjustable Frame for the FBX (SUB)

The FBX built-in pellet stove is optionally available with a height-adjustable frame. With the height-adjustable frame, the device can easily be adjusted during installation. In this way the FBX built-in pellet stove can be set up even faster. This frame also offers the option of anchoring the pellet stove to the wall as well as to the floor.
 

Technical data Dielle FBX 70 T

• Global power: 2.7-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.3-8.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.5-1.9 kg
• Yield: 87.2-88.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009112

Bottom feeder Dielle pellet stove
The Dielle pellet stove works with a patented bottom feeder, which means that the pellets are fed from the bottom into an open burner pot, in this way the pellets are first evenly dried and preheated without disturbing the combustion process.
This ensures an even degassing and a complete combustion with a nicer and quieter flames.

1. Automatic cleaning. By supplying new pellets, the after-cinder ash residues are pushed over the fire ring and then fall into the ash pan. This means no manual or  complicated systems to keep a burner tray clean.
2. Less Ash Remnants. Less emissions (reduction of up to 53% compared to traditional pellet stoves).
3. No disturbance of the combustion process as with pellet stoves where the pellets are thrown into a burner tray from above.
4. Calmer and more natural flames.
5. Also in low power choices a nice flame picture with the bottom feeder. Due to the unique properties of the system, you will experience a calm and natural flame  picture even in the low power choices.

The bottom feeder also has advantages in the Stand-by or eco mode. If, for example, the temperature of your living room reaches the set temperature, the stove will go into standby mode, the stove will slowly go out. No pellets are consumed during the standby period. By extinguishing, the glowing parts will be stored in the bottom of the burner pot for a longer period of time. This allows the bottom feeder to make a quicker start-up and with a Dielle pellet stove you don't have to wait for a cooling and cleaning phase as with a traditional pellet stove.
 



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