Fireplace classification

According to the different combustibles, it can be divided into four types.
Coal fired type
In the types that have been completely abandoned in Europe and America, the collection and storage of combustibles are difficult, and non enclosed combustion forms waste gas particles during combustion, resulting in incomplete combustion. Causing pollution to the environment and causing harm to human health.
Wood burning type
Wood Stove is a mainstream product used by individual buildings and villa owners. Compared with traditional fireplaces, modern wood stoves have made significant improvements. They use closed combustion chambers and secondary combustion technology, and can use new environmentally friendly specialized charcoal. They have low usage costs, high calorific value, sufficient combustion, and clean emissions, making them a natural and romantic way of heating.
Brick and stone fireplaces are one of the most efficient applications of wood fired fireplaces, with a Russian fireplace efficiency of up to 90%, far exceeding the efficiency of any heating method. The combustion temperature of the fireplace is extremely high, which can burn all the smoke generated by the low-temperature combustion and emit very little particulate matter. In four regions with strict environmental requirements in the United States, such as Washington and Colorado, where wood burning is prohibited, fireplaces are allowed as efficient heating facilities. The combustion of wood does not produce any sulfides and does not emit additional carbon dioxide into nature, which belongs to zero carbon emissions; Directly using wood burning for heating is at least twice as economical as using electricity or natural gas for heating