New collection Scandinavian-inspired pellet stoves from MCZ

MCZ launches a new collection of Scandinavian-inspired stoves: design in its purest form merges with functionality and performance. During the most important international trade fairs that precede the next winter season MCZ introduces a new collection of stoves featuring a Nordic taste in its clean and essential design.  The Klin model, available in sales outlets starting from September 2015, has been selected as the “testimonial” and preview of the range in the fairs ISH in Frankfurt, Flam’expo in Lyon, Ecobuild in London and Batibouw in Bruxelles.

Nordic design and Italian style
Wide glass surfaces which provide flashes of light and highlight the flame, significant thickness and absence of front ventilation grilles are the essential features of this new range. The absence of unsightly hot air outlet grilles, in particular, has by now become a sort of “signature” for the most refined models of the MCZ pellet range (Toba, Tube, Cap, Tray, Lam, Flux). It is a style choice which involves an accurate technical analysis, able to assure the same heat distribution performance in an aesthetically cleaner and more streamlined form.

The Klin stove, which has been selected as testimonial and press preview, features a double glass front door, black cast iron brazier and solid sides, which may be in painted steel or serpentine stone. It has no front ventilation grilles, and heat is dissipated through extremely unobtrusive louvres in the upper part of the stove.

The search for functional solutions

Klin stems from the framework of MCZ’s ongoing research into operation which is not merely performing, but comfortable and quiet as well.

With its 8 kW of nominal power, Klin may be ducted through the patented Comfort Air® system, in order to heat several rooms at the same time. Thanks to the “No-Air” feature, its two independent fans may be completely switched off to assure more discreet and quieter heat distribution. This innovative feature has garnered much praise by end consumers: in fact, the user is able to choose when to heat more quickly by operating the fan and when to completely disable room ventilation and heat by natural convection. Today the “No Air” feature is available on all the most recent MCZ pellet models