Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal Stove
The Defra approved Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal stove is a superb modern stove that delivers everything you could possibly want from a great looking wood burner. Its popular nominal 4.9kW heat output will suit most small to medium sized living rooms or even bigger spaces in low energy homes. The heat output range can operate efficiently from a lowly 3.0kW for cool spring and autumn evenings right up to 8.0kW for the coldest winter days. This is all dependent of course on the amount of wood logs you load it with but it's reassuring to know that the Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal will make a practical, energy-saving, carbon neutral heating source no matter what the temperature is outside.
The Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal Stove's elegant, yet sturdy pedestal stand has been designed to seamlessly dovetail with the Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal firebox's clean contemporary lines. The gently curved pillar and shaped base together weigh in at around 14kg just on their own to ensure that the firebox has a strong secure base to support it, even when the heavy duty cast iron door is fully open for fuelling and cleaning. The flush fitting door itself, which is the full height of the firebox, is perfectly balanced and incorporates Wiking's unique effortless closing mechanism so that you get a supremely safe 100% room seal every time. This room seal has been subjected to the tough German DIBt pressurised room seal test and along with the Miro 2's direct external air supply (DEAS) capability this makes it the ideal wood stove for Passive Houses (and its UK AECB CarbonLite equivalent) as well as homes with MVHR systems or kitchen diners with extractor fans.
The Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal Stove's emissions are significantly lower than those required to pass the strict new Ecodesign regulations and these clean burning credentials have been aided by the Wiking Automatic which comes as standard. This tried and test mechanical device automatically boosts the supply of primary combustion air when lighting and refuelling as well as at the end of the burn cycle which is when stoves tend to produce most smoke. The extra supply of combustion air keeps the fire chamber hotter so that more particulates are burned off. Pre-heated tertiary air (the little jets on the fire chamber back wall) supply even more air to promote further effective combustion and greater efficiency. The extra large window is air washed from the top and sides and there is just one single user-friendly slider control for the perfect flame pattern every time.
Build quality, as you'd expect from the Danes, is exemplary. Superior steel bodywork, premium cast iron door and cast fire grate, along with the class-leading compressed engineered vermiculite fire chamber lining, tells you immediately that the Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal is a high quality stove – and importantly, it can be had for a relatively modest price too.
Wiking Stoves Catalogue
Wiking Miro User Manual
Wiking Miro Energy Label and Product Fiche
Wiking Miro Direct Air Assembly
Wiking Miro Pedestal Assembly
Wiking Miro Plinth Assembly
Wiking Miro Wall Assembly
Wiking Miro Top to Rear smoke outlet change
Wiking Miro 2 Pedestal Stove Dimensions