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Is Morso Squirrel Defra approved?

The Morso Squirrel 1412 is the DEFRA Approved model of their ever popular Squirrel range. This stove is a dedicated wood burner and can not be used to burn smokeless fuels. DEFRA approval means you can burn freely in smoke controlled areas around the UK.

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Thereof, are Morso stoves Defra approved?

The Morso 04 multi fuel and wood burning stove is Defra Approved for use in smoke control areas and offers a heat output of 5kw.

One may also ask, where are Morso stoves made? Made in Denmark, Morso stoves are renowned around the world for their stunning designs, reliability and high output.

Likewise, how do you use a Morso wood burning stove?

LIGHTING YOUR STOVE

  1. ARRANGE THE KINDLING. Place approximately 1kg of dry kindling wood on top of the logs.
  2. LIGHT THE KINDLING. Light the paper.
  3. FULLY OPEN THE SECONDARY AIR SUPPLY. The flames work their way slowly downwards from the top.
  4. LEAVE THE STOVE DOOR AJAR.
  5. EMBERS.
  6. RE-FUELLING.
  7. OPTIMAL COMBUSTION.

Does a stove need to be Defra approved?

At the risk of sounding pedantic there is no such thing as a DEFRA approved stove. “DEFRA exempt stoves” (the proper terminology) or SE (smoke exempt) are stoves that are cleared to burn specified fuels in smoke control areas, fuels that are usually disallowed”.

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