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Specflue will celebrate its 25th anniversary at the Hearth & Home 2017 exhibition in the Harrogate International Centre between June 11 and 13 with an eye-catching stand that will push the boundaries of trade display in spectacular style.
Among the products on show will be the stylish TermaTech TT20RS woodburner and the Italian MCZ pellet stove. These perfectly engineered products will be shown to dramatic effect in ‘real-life' room situations.
Specflue will also demonstrate the pioneering MCZ Maestro app, which allows householders to control their heating appliances from a smartphone, as well as offering a wireless room temperature sensor and remote diagnostics.
Knowledgeable, friendly Specflue personnel will be on hand on the stand to talk about the company's extensive product range, focusing on established UK manufacturers, as well as Specflue's exceptional service offering. For example, it provides a full business support package, including HETAS and BPEC accredited training, technical support from CAD drawings to flue sizing to follow up care.
The stunningly attractive TermaTech TT20RS wood burning stove features sleek rounded sides with 80 kilos of beautiful solid grey soapstone convection panels, a 100% natural product that produces remarkable heat output with lower energy usage. The soapstone ensures heat is absorbed and emitted slowly to heat the room long after the fire has died out.
Offering an impressive 5kW heat output and industry-leading 83.4% efficiency, the TT20RS combines the best operational comfort with high product quality and a sleek, sophisticated design. Thoroughly tested by recognised testing institutes, the TT20RS features a five-year warranty.
Meanwhile, the Italian MCZ range of fully programmable pellet stoves offers a clean, minimalistic design and is equipped with innovative functionality and advanced performance. Each stove boasts low power consumption, high efficiency and incomparable ease of use.
The MCZ, available in steel, ceramic and cast iron, comes in a wide choice of models with a variety of stylish colours, and uses high quality materials, such as glass, stone and high thickness metal for a striking streamlined design.
This is enhanced with innovative operational features, including Comfort Air technology and a ‘No Air' function, to ensure the stoves not only perform at their optimum, but are also comfortable and quiet. The patented Comfort Air system means that stoves can be ducted to heat several rooms at the same time; the ‘No Air' feature allows fans to be switched off for quieter heat distribution.
Finally, the MCZ Maestro is the ﬁrst operating system for a stove with in-house designed software streamlining the products' operation. A high-performing microprocessor and a comprehensive, intuitive and user-friendly interface make it much easier and quicker to use the stove. MCZ Maestro is operated by a smartphone.
Its remote room temperature sensor can be installed anywhere in the room and detects the temperature using wi-fi to improve occupant comfort with minimal disruption. Remote diagnostics mean that the stove's operational status, room temperature, operational parameters and any faults can be checked even when the user is away from home.
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