A wood burning stove is different to a multi fuel stove.
A multi fuel stove uses a grate system to allow for a varity of fuels to be burnt within the appliance. In todays stoves, multi fuel does not include the burning of household coal or peat, but does include wood and smokeless fuels.
The majority of todays British built stoves from the likes of Charnwood and Clearview come with a multi-fuel grate system as standard, but still can be used to burn wood very effiecently.
Wood burning stoves have no grate system, and use a flat bed to allow the logs to burn on a bed of its own ash. As wood burns too quickly on an open great, a wood burner has little or no air supply from underneath the fuel. Most European stove manufactures like Harrie Leenders and Rais, come standard as wood burners, and cannot burn multi fuel.
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