— Huge, inbuilt, double-sided wood heater
— Includes zero-clearance box for installation in a timber frame mock wall
— Heats up to a massive 300m2
— Massive dual 1000mm ceramic glass windows
— Carbon-steel construction
— Vermiculite lined
— Ash-tray included
— Made in Spain
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The Lacunza Nickel 1000 – ZC wood heater is purpose-built for modern homes or renovations that require a stunning heater to divide two spaces.
The powerful 15.6kw heat output will heat large spaces of up to 300m2. The large ceramic glass doors provide plenty of radiant heat, yet the natural convection also provides increased coverage in well-insulated homes.
The carbon steel construction with black vermiculite interior panels and the black refractory stone base combine to aid with the triple-combustion system. This results in a low 0.9g/kg emissions, well below the strict Australian standards.
The Nickel 1000 features a 200mm (8″) flue, providing an increased draw and more flexible heat control and longer burn times.
This version of the Nickel 1000 is for timber-frame installation and requires a triple skin flue. This is a popular choice in many modern homes and can be added as a renovation feature at any time. A masonry version for non-combustible installation is also available. Please see here for more information.
Heating Capacity: Up to 300m2
Avg. Power: 15.6kw
Available Options: Fascia Set
— Width: 1311mm
— Depth: 520mm
— Height: 1520mm
Lacunza has over 50 years of history. Based in the Sakana valley in the Navarre region of Spain, they have developed some of the highest quality wood heaters on the market. Lacunza designs, manufactures and markets all its products.
All products are backed by a 10-year limited warranty and are designed with the smallest ecological footprint possible.
All Lacunza wood heaters meet Australian standards and are designed to bring maximum heat and performance to your home.
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