THE NEW MORSO 7600 Series WOOD HEATER - The Morso 7600 Series is available in three styles, pedestal (no log drawer), legs (with log drawer) and full body (with log drawer). It can heat a living area up to 12 squares or about 110 sq mts. With its elegant, organic rounded form and large glass viewing area, the 7600 Series is bound to please.
Ever since 1853, Morso have
been heating homes in Scandinavia and worldwide. Morso woodheaters have long
been recognised for their superior function, style and classic design - reflecting
the unique Danish integration of form, function and quality. Morsos name has
always been and always will be inextricably linked with cast iron. Solid cast
iron is the traditional material used in constructing wood heaters. It has
a unique ability to store heat and release it to its surroundings long after
the fire has gone out. Top quality Morso cast iron is resistant to thermal
stress and retains its shape so the heater remains airtight but beware of
cheaper imitations because cheap cast can cause problems.
THE NEW MORSO S10-40 WOOD HEATER - The Morso S10-40 has a stylish and minimalist design and is part of MorsØ's new range of steel
stoves with a focus on modern expression. The front of the stove is dominated by the beautiful,
large glass door, which ensures maximum enjoyment of the fire and also gives the stove a youthful
and exclusive exterior.
MORSO 1410 WOOD HEATER - The Morso 1410 is the
ideal size and capacity to heat areas 8-10 squares. Its ability to heat quickly
will create a cosy atmosphere in your home. Made from cast iron like all Morsos
the 1410 will radiate an even warmth on even the coldest winter night. The 1410
features an ash pan and grate for easy cleaning, and top cook surface.
THE MORSO 1440 WOOD HEATER - Sharing
the same impressive performance of the 1410 but with the added advantages of
a larger viewing window and convection heating, the Morso 1440 is a modern classic.
The convection panels allow more effective heating of adjoining rooms and reduced
clearances for installation into corners or confined spaces.
THE MORSO 1600 WOOD HEATER - With
an output of 20kw, the Morso 1600 is a serious performer. One of the most powerful
radiant heaters on the Australian market, it is the perfect answer for heating
those larger rooms or for open plan living. Its clean simple lines allow it
to look at home in either the most modern or rustic settings.
MORSO 2110 WOOD HEATER - Nothing fires the imagination
like an open fire, and no other slow combustion heater gives that open fire
feeling like the Morso 2110. Its double doors give a great view of the living
fire. But the 2110 is as practical as it is beautiful. The wide opening allows
you to use large pieces of wood and cleaning is made easy with an ash pan and
THE MORSO 2140 WOOD HEATER - Sharing
the features and classic lines of the 2110, the Morso 2140 stands tall for a
clear view of the fire and also has the advantage of convection heating. Convection
panels also reduce clearances for corner and close installations.
THE MORSO 3610 WOOD HEATER - The
biggest cast iron radiant heater on the Australian market, the 3610 combines
classic design, style and quality with a host of features such as: Side door
for loading BIG logs Twin ash pans for easy cleaning BIG cook top Double doors
for a wide view of the fire.
Classics of today and tomorrow.
MORSØ JERNSTØBERI has been producing some of the world's best
cast iron heaters since 1853. For 5 generations, MORSØ has been making
life warmer and cosier in homes worldwide. The ultimate combination of form
and function.Due to the excellent properties of Morso cast iron, Morso is
the only Danish stove manufacturer offering a 10-year warranty against casting
and production defects. Morso has almost 150 years of experience with the
manufacture of wood-burning stoves and has always been at the forefront of
developing new stove types. You can always find a Morso stove which meets
your specific needs in terms of design, size, stove type and output. A wood-burning
stove from Morsø is more than the perfect heat source. It will become
an integral part of your home, a solid piece of furniture and a warm and loyal
friend that will give you many years of joy. For the same reason, we have
over the years chosen to let recognised designers create some of our stoves
to ensure their longevity – both in terms of quality and design.
Wood burning is the cheapest
type of heating, even if you have to buy the wood. Compared to the cost of
running an oil-fired central-heating system, you will save a minimum of 50
per cent. Even compared to electric and gas heating, wood burning also offers
good value for money. Even if you have to buy the wood, a wood-burning stove
will make financial sense compared to electricity, natural gas and oil. Depending
on the current price, you will be able to reduce your heating bill by at least
50 per cent. A comfortable and fast form of heat Light your stove, and the
heat from the stove will instantly make the room warm and cosy, whether it
is direct radiated heat or the more evenly distributed convection heat.
When choosing your wood heater
you need to look beyond design and features as several factors come into play.
For you to have the best possible experience, the stove’s heating capacity
must match the actual heating requirement. If you select a stove which is
too big for your heating needs, you will need to reduce the air supply which
will result in poor combustion so that soot accumulates within the stove and
chimney. In other words, the fuel and the wood heater are poorly utilised.
ALL WOOD HEATER INSTALLATIONS
SHOULD BE CARRIED OUT BY A LICENSED
TRADESMAN IN ACCORDANCE WITH AS2918