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Types of Ecoforest pellet stoves and their differences.

Types of pellet stoves and their differences

Nowadays, heating costs are too high. That is why many people are looking for alternatives to heating systems that run on oil. Ecoforest pellet stoves are the ideal choice. Not only are they more cost-efficient, but they are also more environmentally friendly and performant.

In today’s article, we tell you about the advantages of pellet stoves and show you the different types of pellet stoves and how they differ.

Advantages of pellet stoves

Pellet stoves have become the ideal alternative to conventional heating systems due to their many advantages.

These stoves use a biomass fuel called pellets, which is composed of sawdust residues. It is an ecological fuel, characterised by its low CO2 emissions, which reduces the emission of greenhouse gases. In addition, it is a renewable material that is made from plant waste.

Pellets are also an economical fuel that will help you save energy. With a pellet stove you can save up to 50% of the amount invested on combustible with other heating systems.

On the other hand, pellet stoves are very easy to install and maintain. They are very safe systems, which do not emit odours and are not harmful to health. 

And of course, their great advantage is their high calorific value, which will bring comfort to your home on the coldest winter days without any problem.

Types of pellet stoves

Talking about design, we can find a great variety of pellet stoves. There are stoves of different sizes and shapes, so that you can adapt them to the aesthetics of your home and the different rooms.

In terms of functionality, there are three types of pellet stoves. Below, we explain the characteristics of each one.

Air pellet stoves

Air pellet stoves are designed to heat the room where they are installed. These stoves use pellets as fuel, which are supplied progressively to the combustion chamber, where they generate energy that is converted into heat through a high efficiency exchanger, and this is how they manage to heat the room where the stove is installed.

At Ecoforest, you can find air pellet stoves with heating capacities ranging from 6 kW to 14 kW. Our stoves stand out for their high performance and versatility. We have stoves of various types and designs to suit all types of rooms and decors.

Ducted air stoves

Ducted air stoves are designed to heat several rooms through ducts that are distributed throughout the home. They are the ideal stoves for single-family homes with several floors.

At Ecoforest, you can find ducted air pellet stoves with heating capacities ranging from 10 kW to 30 kW. In our catalogue you will find models of insertable pellet stoves and small pellet stoves for corridors. These stoves have a high calorific value that offers an ideal comfort to the room where they are installed and to the surrounding rooms.


Hydro-stoves are pellet stoves that allow heat to be distributed throughout the rooms in your home via a network of ducts connected to the radiators in the house. These stoves can also provide Domestic Hot Water (DHW) thanks to an external storage tank.

At Ecoforest, you can find hydro-stoves with heating capacities ranging from 14 kW to 30 kW. Our hydro-stoves are characterised by their high efficiency. With them, you will be able to heat all the rooms of a house uniformly in an cost-efficient and ecological way. At Ecoforest, we have all types of pellet stoves on the market. Our stoves are equipped with the latest technology and carefully designed to fit into any home environment. If you want to buy one, we invite you to contact us. We will give you the contact details of the distributor in your area.

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