Ultra Low Emission Burners (ULEB) Catalytic Technology

The cutting-edge combustion technique uses a catalytic combustor and unique bypass damper to incinerate fine particulates all the while providing more control over how your fire burns. The catalytic combustor helps create a controlled flame that allows a more even burn rate helping to:

  • Reduce over-heated, uncomfortable rooms and the
    need to constantly adjust to the appliance.
  • Give an extended burn period generally only seen
    in rural LEB models.
  • Prolongs the life of your firebox that gives us the
    confidence to provide a market-leading 20-year
    firebox replacement warranty on our catalytic ULEB.

Quality steel construction

Masport wood fires are crafted in Aotearoa, using locally sourced, New Zealand made steel to guarantee the highest levels of workmanship and quality. Most of our wood burners use 6mm-8mm steel for fireboxes and cooktops, ensuring your fireplace will stand up to the hottest conditions, work more efficiently and last the distance.

Stovetop cooking

Masport radiant wood fires include a 6-8mm steel cooktop to also allow for cooking and warming. Using your wood burner to cook is fun, saves on electricity or gas use, and is a perfect option when there is a power cut. When cooking on your Masport wood fire, the area closest to the flue is the hottest and is ideal for boiling things like water, stews and porridges. By moving your pot further away from the flue, you can obtain a gentler heat that’s ideal for warming and simmering.

Sustainably fueled

Burning renewable wood is a carbon neutral exercise, with no more carbon dioxide (CO2) generated than if the log was left to decompose naturally. Wood is also a naturally renewable energy source and, when obtained from sustainable forestry sources, is a better environmental choice.

Product Specifications

*Space Heat Output is only a guide based on homes with average insulation, window areas, and 2.4m ceiling heights. Differences in these factors, as well as others like, geographical location, layout of the house, living room size, type of windows all play a part in choosing the right model for your heating needs. Consult your dealer or installation contractor for more information.

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