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carbel

Since 1957 – wood stoves and fireplaces in Valencia

Carbel is a dynamic and innovative Valencia-based company with over half a century of accumulated experience. Our passion and commitment to our work can be seen in our products – offering customers functionality, efficiency and design.

CARBEL A85 3-SIDED GLASS

CARBEL A85 3-SIDED GLASS

Build-in slow combustion fireplace
  • Type: build-in
CARBEL A85 CORNER GLASS

CARBEL A85 CORNER GLASS

Build-in slowcombustion fireplace
  • Type: build-in
CARBEL ARES

CARBEL ARES

Freestanding slow combustion fireplace
  • Type: Freestanding
CARBEL ATENEA

CARBEL ATENEA

Freestanding slow combustion
  • Type: Freestanding
Carbel Atlas stove with cooker

Carbel Atlas stove with cooker

Build-in slow combustion with cooker
  • Type: Build-in with cooker
CARBEL G100

CARBEL G100

Build-in slow combustion with slide up door 17kw
  • Type: Build-in
Carbel H-100 plus build-in double sided

Carbel H-100 plus build-in double sided

Build-in double sided slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in double sided
Carbel Helios

Carbel Helios

Freestanding slow combustion
  • Type: Freestanding
Carbel K-100 plus build-in double sided

Carbel K-100 plus build-in double sided

Build-in double sided slow combsution
  • Type: Build-in double sided
Carbel K-70 plus double sided build-in

Carbel K-70 plus double sided build-in

Build-in double sided slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in double sided
Carbel K-80 plus double sided build-in

Carbel K-80 plus double sided build-in

Build-in double sided slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in double sided
Carbel Kronos 100

Carbel Kronos 100

Build-in slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in
Carbel Kronos 70

Carbel Kronos 70

Build-in slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in
Carbel Kronos 80

Carbel Kronos 80

Slow combustion build-in
  • Type: Build-in
Carbel Maia Cube

Carbel Maia Cube

Freestanding slow combustion
  • Type: Freestanding
Carbel Maia Slim

Carbel Maia Slim

Freestanding slow combustion
  • Type: Freestanding
Carbel Piris Dekor

Carbel Piris Dekor

Freestanding slow combustion
  • Type: Freestanding
CARBEL RA-85

CARBEL RA-85

Freestanding or wall mounted slow combustion fireplace
  • Type: Freestanding or wall mount
Carbel RK80

Carbel RK80

Freestanding slow combustion 13kw
  • Type: Freestanding or wall mount
CARBEL VISION FREESTANDING

CARBEL VISION FREESTANDING

Freestanding slow combustion fireplace
  • Type: Freestanding
Carbel Vision insert

Carbel Vision insert

Build-in slow combustion
  • Type: Build-in

Slow Combustion Fireplaces

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The environment :

 

When a tree decomposes in nature it releases into the atmosphere a certain quantity of CO2 (carbon dioxide). This, however, is re-absorbed and used in the growth of new trees.


Biomass: Clean, renewable energy

The term “biomass” can refer to any material of organic origin (i.e. vegetable or animal), that has not become fossilised, and that can be burned to produce energy.

Biomass materials are renewable fuels since the CO2 emitted during their combustion does not add to the carbon dioxide already in the atmosphere. In the case of wood, the CO2 released is that which the tree has absorbed during its lifetime, and that would in any case be returned to the atmosphere when the tree dies, through the normal decomposition of organic matter. The burning of biomass merely accelerates the return of this CO2 to the atmosphere, making it available for use by new plant life. CO2 emissions from biomass fuels are therefore a natural part of the normal carbon cycle, and do not affect the balance between emitted CO2 and absorbed CO2.

The effective use of organic materials can make a major contribution to the production of thermal energy (heat). In medium and large systems these materials can even generate electrical energy, thus reducing carbon dioxide emissions in line with the requirements of the Kyoto protocol. 

Stove and fireplace technology explained
Primary air

Primary air is the combustion air needed to feed the fire and is generally delivered via a controllable air vent on the door of the stove.

Secondary air

Most slowcombustion fireplace with the exception of a few all have secondary air “air wash” systems. Pre-heated air is collected through a front air take and is jetted down the back of the high temperature ceramic glass. This system keeps any volatile by products of combustion away from the glass, improving your view of the flame picture. By running the stove at the correct temperature in conjunction with the correct fuel the glass will remain clear.

Teriary air is brought in from outside the stove and heated through internal ducting and injected via rows of holes into the top of the combustion chamber. This action causes the un-burnt gases (bi product of the fuel) to be re-ignited and burnt again producing extra heat and cleaner emissions. The stove must be burning at its optimum temperature (350°C) to achieve clean burning efficiency and to reduce emissions.

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