As from January 2018 all manufacturers will be obligated to provide an ecolabel and technical specifications with each appliance. This ecolabel will display the energy efficiency. You can find all the technical specifications per appliance at the end of this catalogue. On the label itself you’ll find a score that indicates the efficiency. A+ means that the energy efficience is between 107 and 130 for example.

5 + 5 = 10 YEAR WARRANTY

Dovre strives to deliver top quality. By combining workmanship, the use of high quality materials and parts and rigorous quality control, Dovre can offer a 5 year guarantee on the cast iron*. The guarantee for cast iron is extended by another 5 years if you submit the online guarantee form on our website within three months after purchase. (*) except for components which come in direct contact with the flames, such as glass, grates, inner panels, etc.


The solid fuels you can choose from are wood, coal and lignite briquettes.

Wood and coal burn in totally different ways.


Relies on heat from embers. When buying coal you need to check the ash content.

This must not be higher than 5%.


Burns away completely and produces more combustion heat, which provides a more pleasing effect. Good firewood must be completely dry. The moisture level must not be higher than 15%, or the wood will burn at too low a temperature, causing a significant drop in efficiency and possibly releasing noxious gases into the environment. Also, if the temperature is too low, soot can form in the flue.


Are simple to use, burn slowly and keep the stove hot for a long time.


Are simple to use, burn slowly and keep the stove hot for a long time.

Dovre’s Airwash system uses a spoiler to draw the air flow for secondary combustion across the glass. That keeps unburned fumes and condensation away from the glass, keeping the glass clean longer.

The latest generation of Dovre stoves has a unique dual combustion system. Secondary air is taken into the stove from the rear. This is first heated and then piped into the combustion chamber. This causes secondary combustion which consumes the remaining combustible flue gas. Result: improved heat production and cleaner and environmentally friendly combustion.

The higher the efficiency, the more heat you get and the less fuel you need. The efficiency of Dovre woodburning stoves and fireplaces is optimised using secondary combustion, where a separate air inlet allows combustion gas to burn. That is good for efficiency, safety and the environment. It also results in more complete combustion resulting in much less ash being left behind.

Choose your appliance to suit the room you want to heat. You will get the best results if your appliance constantly burns at its nominal power. If your appliance is too large, it will often operate at a combustion level that is too low. The result will be incomplete combustion, which is not good for your chimney (increased risk of chimney fire because of soot deposits), nor for the environment (unburned flue gases in the atmosphere).

Did you know that your stove or fireplace take air straight from outside? That means that no oxygen or heated air is lost from the room. The best choice for houses with a ventilation system or well insulated low energy homes.
You can choose where the fresh air is taken from: straight from outside, but also from an adjacent room, cellar or storage space.

This outside air supply means that the air needed is constantly taken in from outside and the delicate balance of aeration and ventilation is undisturbed. After being heated, the outside air is going straight into the combustion chamber, resulting in clean, safe combustion.

An outside air supply means that clean and healthy internal air is guaranteed while you enjoy the blissful warmth!

Much of our range is already supplied with a connection to feed air from outside (diameter 100 mm). These products are listed at the back of this catalogue under “technical specifications”.

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Built-in fireplaces are fully built into
the chimney and cannot be removed
afterwards without major structural
work. They are available with or without
a convection box and fans. Built-in
fireplaces are generally fitted into newly
built chimneys. All normal maintenance
work can be carried out via the door
opening. No crushing work is required.

Insert, cassette or inset fireplaces are made in a compact shape with a flat top so that they can be slided into an opening in the chimney. The frame of the appliance covers the opening. These appliances can be simply removed from the chimney later the same way without structural work. Built-in inserts are fitted with a convection box and often have fans as well. They are typically used in the replacement market and installed in existing chimneys, but can also be used in new build projects. All normal maintenance work can be carried out via the door opening. No structural work is needed for this.

Which style do you prefer?