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Jøtul F 370 Advance / Woodburning stove

Jøtul F 370 Advance
Jøtul F 370 Advance
Jøtul F 370 Advance
Jøtul F 370 Advance

Discipline: Product

Jøtul F 370 Advance

Discipline: Product

The Jøtul F 370 Advance is a series of wood stoves in cast iron. It differs from steel stoves by using the casting process to create double curved surfaces. It offers a grand view to the fire and rotates to display the fire from all corners of a room. As the first stove in the world, the interior of the burn chamber is white vermiculite. The Norwegian Tech. University has cooperated on the usability of the single air valve and we have succeeded in reducing particle emissions by 30% in daily operation. Soapstone or heat accumulating stones can be added to even out heat curves and radiate heat long after the fire has died out.

  • DATE OF LAUNCH 2016

  • DEVELOPMENT TIME other period:: 2012-2016 (48Mts)

  • TARGET REGIONS Europe

  • TARGET GROUPS Consumer / User

  • ASSESMENT CRITERIA Aesthetics / Design Quality, Practical Use, Environmental Impact

Client / Manufacturer

Jøtul AS

Jøtul AS
Fredrikstad, Norway

Design

Jøtul AS

Hareide Design AS
Oslo, Norway

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