Free-standing stove Kratki KOZA 8


The K8 is a stove with fashionable decorations and a unique shape. Its oval shape and also the cast iron body with a striped pattern combine in fact to form one modernity with the use of traditional cast iron as one of the best possible materials that collect heat.

Maximum use of energy

Maximum heat utilization and failure-free operation thanks to the walls of the device, which is made of high quality eight millimetre thick cast iron.

The combustion of fuel particles thanks to a special deflector significantly extends the exhaust gas path.

Manual control of the combustion process by means of a heater.

Turbofan is a special device whose direct task is to distribute effective heat, which is generated by the device in the room where it operates.

Safety at the highest possible level The front of the classic cartridge is equipped with heat-resistant ceramics that can withstand temperatures up to 660 degrees Celsius. The decorative fence helps to maintain order and also protects against wood falling out. Comfortable to use The cold grip system itself actually allows it to be removed even when the stove is in use. An ashtray/drawer for ashes, which collects the remains of burnt wood and a grate for easy ash removal. The soot reduction is significantly reduced by the clean glass system itself (referred to as the air curtain). Five-year warranty.


Trubofan is a device whose function is to distribute the effective heat that is generated by a free-standing stove throughout the room. It is an integral part of the stove. It is placed on the rear panel. This has an impact on the aesthetic value of the device. Operation is simple and also involves the flow of increased air along the rear walls of the unit, receiving heat and transferring it to a specific room. The system itself definitely includes a turbine attached to the cover, which is both a passage and a thermostat. The thermostat consists of a head and a regulator. It forms a temperature sensor. As the temperature in the back of the fireplace wall rises, the head heats up considerably. As soon as the specified temperature is reached, the temperature sensor system starts automatically and the turbine starts to work. Air is sucked in from the room through holes in the lower and front part of the turbine housing. The air flow itself removes heat from the back of the fireplace wall and transfers it to the room. The operating temperature is between 50 and 300 degrees Celsius.

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