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the pellet stove, also called freestanding pellet stoves, is the most common pellet stove, these stoves have the advantage that they are easy to install and heat up the room very quickly. The different pellet stove types are the ones with one blow-off point, a pellet stove with ducting or pellet boilers. Due to their small size, the pellet stoves fit in most living rooms and replace the daily stove. The Dielle pellet stove adds even more to this! Due to its patented bottom feed, the pellets are pushed upwards through the bottom very quietly instead of being thrown into a burner tray. As a result, ash residues are pressed over the edge by fresh pellets and blockages are no longer possible! Because the Dielle does not have to extract the ash residues from the burner, the fire is also much quieter and you can light 24 hours a day 7 days a week with only a cleaning of 1x per month. When it is warm enough in your living room, the supply of the pellets stops and the fire encapsulates itself with ashes, so that there is a standby time of up to 4 hours in which you can restart the stove without cleaning or cooling down period.


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Dielle Ghibli 50

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Pellet stove based on natural radiation and therefore extremely quiet. Equipped with hermetic technology, the unit is prepared for the installation of a ducting kit or a room fan. Soapstone cladding and painted steel sides. With the standard LCD wireless display it is possible to mount a remote control and / or mount a control panel to operate the stove via your smartphone.
 

Pellet stove hermetically closed

This pellet stove is equipped with hermetic technology as standard. This means that the pellet stove works on the basis of the closed system. The pellet stove obtains 100% of the oxygen supply via the external air supply connection. This pellet stove is therefore extremely suitable for rooms with, for example, a heat recovery system or other factors that influence the air balance in the room, such as an extractor hood or mechanical extraction.
 

Ducting with the pellet stove

The pellet stove can optionally be fitted with a ducting outlet at the rear of the appliance. This means that an extra fan kit will be installed to which you can connect a ducting channel. By means of a thermostat control you can easily heat several rooms with just one pellet stove.

 

Up version (VUF)

The Ghibli series has the option for a top connection for the chimney. This means that the stove is designed in such a way that the chimney comes up through the top plate of the pellet stove. This allows the pellet stove to be placed even closer to the wall. Extra space saving.
 

 

Technical data Dielle Ghibli 50

• Global power: 2.7-6.8 kW
• Nominal power: 2.4-6.4 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.56-1.4 kg
• Yield: 90.9-3%
• Tank capacity: 46 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 160m3
• Emission of CO (13% O2): 0.032404

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 Ghibli 80

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Dielle Ghibli 80

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This pellet stove works on the basis of natural radiation and therefore extremely quiet. Equipped with hermetic technology, the unit is prepared for the installation of a ducting kit or a room fan. Soapstone cladding and painted steel sides. With the standard LCD wireless display it is possible to mount a remote control and / or mount a control panel to operate the stove via your smartphone.
 

Pellet stove hermetically closed

This pellet stove is equipped with hermetic technology as standard. This means that the pellet stove works on the basis of the closed system. The pellet stove obtains 100% of the oxygen supply via the external air supply connection. This pellet stove is therefore extremely suitable for rooms with, for example, a heat recovery system or other factors that influence the air balance in the room, such as an extractor hood or mechanical extraction.
 

Ducting with the pellet stove

The pellet stove can optionally be fitted with a ducting outlet at the rear of the appliance. This means that an extra fan kit will be installed to which you can connect a ducting channel. By means of a thermostat control you can easily heat several rooms with just one pellet stove.

 

Up version (VUF)

The Ghibli series has the option for a top connection for the chimney. This means that the stove is designed in such a way that the chimney comes up through the top plate of the pellet stove. This allows the pellet stove to be placed even closer to the wall. Extra space saving.
 

Technical data Dielle Ghibli 80

• Global power: 2.7-10.6 kW
• Nominal power: 2.4-9.6 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.56-2.18 kg
• Yield: 90.9-91%
• Tank capacity: 46 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 240m3
• Emission of CO (13% O2): 0.032404

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 Grecale 100 Glass

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Pellet stove with a minimal and compact design, ideal for any type of furniture. Sides covered with coated steel, sliding blade and "magic" glass door.
Available in 4 colors and can be customized with a wide range of optional accessories.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 100 Glass

• Global power: 2.9-12.1 kW
• Rated power: 2.5-10.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-2.6 kg
• Yield: 85-86.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 280m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.008101

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 Grecale 100 Up

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

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 Grecale 100

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 100

• Global power: 2.9-12.1 kW
• Rated power: 2.5-10.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-2.6 kg
• Yield: 85-86.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 280m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.008101

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 Grecale 50 Glass

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Pellet stove with a minimal and compact design, ideal for any type of furniture. Sides covered with coated steel, sliding blade and "magic" glass door.
Available in 4 colors and can be customized with a wide range of optional accessories.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 50 Glass

• Global power: 2.9-6.5 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-5.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.3 kg
• Yield: 85-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 135m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009117

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 Grecale 50 Silent

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Dielle Grecale 50 Silent

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 50 Silent

• Global power: 2.9-6.5 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-5.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.3 kg
• Yield: 85-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 135m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009117

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 Grecale 50

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Dielle Grecale 50

Dielle Grecale 50

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 50

• Global power: 2.9-6.5 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-5.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.3 kg
• Yield: 85-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 135m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.009117

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 Grecale 70 Ceramic

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Dielle Grecale 70 Ceramic

Dielle Grecale 70 Ceramic

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Pellet stove with steel construction and ceramic front. Cast iron burner and steel door. Among the optional extras you can choose between a handheld remote control, a control panel or use your smartphone.

Technical data Dielle Grecale Ceramic 70

• Global power: 2.8-7.2 kW
• Rated power: 2.6-6.5 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.5 kg
• Yield: 92.5-89.5%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission CO (13% O2): 0.011135

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 Grecale 70 Glass

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Pellet stove with a minimal and compact design, ideal for any type of furniture. Sides covered with coated steel, sliding blade and "magic" glass door.
Available in 4 colors and can be customized with a wide range of optional accessories.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 70 Glass

• Global power: 2.9-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-8.0 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.9 kg
• Efficiency: 85-88%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission of CO (13% O2): 0.012147

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 Grecale 70 Up

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Dielle Grecale 70 Up

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 70 UP

• Global power: 2.9-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-8.0 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.9 kg
• Efficiency: 85-88%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission of CO (13% O2): 0.012147

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 Grecale 70

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Dielle Grecale 70

Dielle Grecale 70

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Pellet stove with a sober and compact design, suitable for any type of environment and furniture. Now also available in the Up version with top flue exhaust. Sides and door in coated steel, available in 4 colors. It is also possible to combine different accessories by choosing from a large number of options.

Technical data Dielle Grecale 70

• Global power: 2.9-9.1 kW
• Nominal power: 2.5-8.0 kW
• Consumption per hour: 0.6-1.9 kg
• Efficiency: 85-88%
• Tank capacity: 22.2 ltr
• Heated space (indicative of construction type and heat loss): 200m3
• Emission of CO (13% O2): 0.012147

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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