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£12.95
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  • 30 day returns policy
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SKU: 5060828872901

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Product Info:

Made in the UK by combining 50% renewable plant material with high quality Welsh mined anthracite, Ecoal50 is a revolutionary smokeless fuel that burns longer and hotter than house coal, whilst at the same time producing much less smoke and carbon dioxide. 

Ecoal50 has been designed for use on open fires and multi-fuel stoves, where its larger hexagonal shape (75 x 40mm) promotes air flow resulting in attractive flames and loads of heat.  Thanks to its high and sustained heat output, burning Ecoal50 can work out cheaper than burning house coal or kiln dried firewood, because whilst individual bags are more expensive, you use less for the same heat.

  • Emits 80% less smoke than house coal and 50% less than kiln-dried logs
  • Emits 40% less carbon dioxide than house coal
  • Produces over 38% more heat than house coal
  • Burns with a naturally attractive flame
  • Suitable for smokeless zones
  • Burns longer so can work out cheaper than house coal and kiln-dried logs

Associated Products:

Our Ecoal50 Smokeless Coal is perfect to use with our:

Technical Information:

Ash Content Low

Smokeless Yes

Smoke Emissions Less than 5g per hour

Co2 Saving 40%

Renewable Content 50%

HETAS Approved Yes

Instant Light No

Manufactured Yes

Country of Manufacture United Kingdom

Applicance Multi Fuel Stoves, Open Fires

Features & benefits:

  • Emits 80% less smoke than house coal and 50% less than kiln-dried logs
  • Emits 40% less carbon dioxide than house coal
  • Produces over 38% more heat than house coal
  • Burns with a naturally attractive flame
  • Suitable for smokeless zones
  • Burns longer so can work out cheaper than house coal and kiln-dried logs

 

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