LACUNZA is launching LUGO, its new wood-burning stove, an updated version of the LEÓN model with new combustion controls and a new design for the firebox interior and stove body. This high-capacity stove is made from steel and cast iron, featuring a wide fire view and a convenient log storage base. Designed to radiate comfort wherever it is placed.
The LUGO wood-burning stove
The LUGO wood-burning stove delivers high performance and is A+ energy efficiency rated. Thanks to its Perfect Combustion technology, the stove offers optimum wood burning to achieve high combustion efficiency. What is more, its Double Combustion technology ensures that the burning of the gas obtained during the primary combustion provides greater efficiency, a longer burn time and lower consumption.
Other technological innovations include Extra Clean Glass, an innovative air inlet system in which air washes over the glass to keep it clean for longer and Cleaning Access to easily clean the chimney.
Furthermore, it complies with the ECODESIGN2022 directive, offering 82% efficiency, a rated power of 12kW and a heating capacity of more than 100 square metres, thanks to the fact that its firebox can hold a large quantity of logs, which can be stored in its log storage base.
Features of the LUGO wood-burning stove
With regard to the LEÓN stove, the key changes relate to the firebox interior. Changes have been made to the design of the interior with thicker vermiculite fire bricks, greater airflow for double combustion and a new baffle plate to ensure that the fire and burning are optimum and more environmentally efficient, through the improved burning of the gases and particles released during the first combustion.
Another difference between the LEÓN and LUGO wood burning stoves relates to its aesthetics and the materials used for the stove body. The LEÓN is fully manufactured in cast iron while the LUGO stove body is made from steel with a log storage base, although it does share the same fire box as the LEÓN, as well as the cast iron front and door.
The combustion controls are another innovation compared to the former LEÓN wood stove model. The LUGO wood-burning stove features three combustion controls. One to adjust the primary air that flows through the grate, particularly recommended for starting the fire or helping it to get going, another to control the secondary air, which used to be located on the right of the stove and is now positioned at the top, and a new combustion control to be found on the rear and which is used to regulate the dual combustion, making it possible to burn off the gases and particles.