Slow & fast. The thick side blocks radiate a slow heat that keeps the living space at
a comfortable temperature for hours. After an evening’s use, the temperature of the side blocks is often still 40°C the next morning. On the other hand, the steel parts of the Warne provide rapid heat. You notice the change in temperature as soon as the fire lights. Simply stand in front of the stove if you feel cold.
Slow & fast, an ideal combination.
The long side blocks on the Warne act like a savings account. They are made from Prisolith and temporarily store the fire’s energy. If all that energy were released immediately, the room would soon become uncomfortably hot. The side blocks maintain the temperature at a comfortable level and the Warne continues to radiate heat for several hours.
Anything that is not required immediately is put aside for later. Just like a savings account.
The Warne's slender fire chamber is ideal for long, lazy flames. Even a small block of wood burns with a long flame. The combination of a special ceramic lining and preheated combustion air is responsible for this effect.
So you can enjoy an attractive play of fire with just a small amount of wood.
Our employee Ad builds the Warne for us. Several people produce the loose parts and Ad assembles them all to create a Warne. The Warne is in safe hands with Ad: he is also responsible for building the Boxer Plus, Mats and Lobbe.