The Defra Approved Hwam 2620C wall mounted wood burner is a competitively priced convector stove that has passed the tough German DIBt 100% room seal test. This, and its direct external air supply capability, makes the Hwam 2620C one of the few wall-mounted stoves that is perfectly suited for installation within an air-tight home with insulation specifications that are moving towards passive house or AECB Carbonlite standards. It would be particular good for those homes with mechanical ventilation heat recovery (MVHR) systems or kitchen diners with some form of extractor fan.

The Hwam 2620C Wall Mounted wood burner also has a very practical tested heat output range starting at around 2.0kW and going up to a maximum of 6.0kW (depending on fuel load). This is precisely controlled with the discreet slider control which works in combination with the Hwam AutoPilot which is a very useful standard feature that makes getting the best out of your stove incredibly easy. The AutoPilot is Hwam's bio-metal mechanical device which automatically boosts primary air when lighting the fire, during reloading and at the end of the burn cycle for quicker starts as well as more efficient and cleaner burning combustion. Hwam have been using the AutoPilot for decades and at The Stove Yard we can attest to just how trouble free and easy it is to use to get great performance from both the stove and fuel.

Hwam also give you the option to upgrade the 2620C Wall Mounted with their patented SmartControl (only available at the build stage) where the room temperature can be set and gentle reminders to refuel the stove are sounded for you. You'll also never need to worry about how to achieve the optimum and most eco-friendly performance — the SmartControl electronics simply takes care of this.

Impressive build quality and premium materials are in evidence everywhere in the Danish made Hwam 2620C, from the heavy steel bodywork and robust cast iron door to the precision engineered compressed vermiculite fire bricks inside the fire chamber. The perfectly balanced door features Hwam's unique closing mechanism which ensures a safe airtight seal with the minimum of effort. A lower, smaller pressed steel door, which you simply push to open, conceals the ash pan chamber and ash pan which will make it easier to remove ash when you need to. The Hwam 2620C Wall Mounted couldn't be any simpler to install since it has both top or rear flue options and the direct external air can be neatly supplied from the rear.

Take a look at the other Hwam mounted stoves especially the models with side glass – the Hwam 2610C and the Hwam 2610M.




Brand: HWAM


Nominal Heat Output:    nominal 4.5kW
Heat Output Range:   2.0kW to 6.0kW depending on fuel load
Efficiency (Net):   Up to 80.3%
ErP Energy Rating A+
Defra Smoke Exempt:   Yes
DiBt Tested Yes
Fuel:   Seasoned wood logs (less than 20% moisture content)
Airwash:   3-Way (top and both sides)
Air Controls:   

Single slider plus Hwam Autopilot

Construction: Cast iron door and steel bodywork
Flue Outlet:    Top or Rear (top closure plate required for rear fitting)
Flue Diameter 150mm  / 6"
Grate Type Flat bed
Guarantee:    5 Years
Maximum Log Length 250mm / 10" approx
Standard Colour

Matt black

Optional Finishes:   Grey

Direct external air supply system 

Top flue outlet blanking plate (when using rear flue)

Hwam SmartControl

Net Weight:  

64.0kg (including wall bracket)

Air vent required:    Not usually in pre-2008 homes (Subject to Building Regs)
Suitable for 12mm Hearth:   Yes. NB hearth still required
Direct Air Inlet (DEAS):  100mm dia. Base or rear (additional kit required)
Overall Dimensions:  H700  W430  D378 (ex wall bracket)
Minimum Combustible Distances (mm):   Sides 360  Rear 190




Stove Body or Wall Hung




Hwam Brochure UK

User's manual (DK, SE, NO, EN)

Assembly instructions for combustion air system

Installation on a pedestal (HWAM 2610 & 2620)

Mounting the plinth (HWAM 2610 & 2620)

Mounting the stove on a wall (HWAM 2610 & 2620)

Mounting adjustable feet

Lighting Guide (EN)

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