Our mission is to restore the cheapest and healthiest heating of houses with wood, using infrared radiation technology.
We combine the beauty of a recreational fireplace with the heating technology of a modern room stove, which will provide continuous and comfortable, pro-ecological heating of the entire house with wood.
We restore energy security by making heating independent of electricity supply!
There can be no shortage of WOOD – POLISH RES – in the Polish energy mix!
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What’s a FIREPLACE STOVE?
It’s a “stove and fireplace in one”.
A traditional room stove (formerly a tiled stove) has always been used for basic heating of a house, as it provided a long, maintenance-free heating period of more than ten hours. However, it did not allow to enjoy the fireplace view of fire.
The modern stove, i.e. the fireplace stove, combines these functions. We can have the healthiest and continuous heating for many hours – in addition to all the rooms in the house, and at the same time we can watch the fire as in a typical fireplace (and this through a clean glass, adding wood as in the stove only 1-2 times a day! ).
AKUBET is the latest generation – patented by CEBUD – chamotte composite, which allows increasing the single loading of wood (wood briquette) enough to be able to to heat the entire house without additional recharges (the old furnaces needed 2 – 3 partial loads) for 12 – 24 hours .
Thanks to its heating properties, it replaces 2 – 3 traditional tiled stoves.
Akubet tiles have excellent construction parameters, which allow for self-supporting installation of fireplace inserts with corner and tri-sided glass panes, etc.
Why do we offer FIREPLACE STOVE from AKUBET?
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HOW DO WE HEAT?
Today, almost all well-known heating systems heat on the basis of convection – air circulation in rooms. In this way, most typical convection fireplaces also heats up the homes. Modern room stoves, i.e. Akubet fireplace stoves, which combine the decorative function of a fireplace with a heating system, heat – as in the past the traditional tiled stoves did – i.e. in the best way that nature has given us and in the healthiest way, namely, by infrared radiation.
There are no hot air exhaust grilles in the room where the fireplace stove is located. There is only infrared radiation from the heated surface of the casing. Possible distribution of warm air by means of the smallest possible gravitational convection is used only in more distant rooms or on the floor of the building. If the design of the fireplace stove is already carried out at the design stage of the house by the architect, it is possible to completely give up convection and heat all rooms in the house only by radiation from the “warm walls” of the fireplace stove (the so-called hippocaust).
In order to facilitate the use of the stove as the main system of basic house heating, it can also be equipped with an electric heater which will ensure that the storage tank and accumulation masses from Akubet are heated with electric current – especially at night – at a reduced price or obtained from own photovoltaic cells or other sources.
Such a “decorative accumulation furnace”, if retrofitted with automatic combustion control, can function as a heating system of the building even in the absence of its inhabitants. It reduces the service even to one-time (evening) loading – at the same time ensuring the “fireplace” effect of burning natural fire from wood (and not from gas or ethanol) for the first few hours.
It is worth to install in your own home such a healthy heating system, and to utilise the health effects of infrared radiation waves. If its operation, additionally supported by an automatic control system, turns out to be in fact not burdensome and not time-consuming, reduced to only one or two fuel loads per day, the comfort of use achieved will significantly exceed the work put into its operation.
If, moreover, at today’s price ratio, we obtain the cheapest home heating system (over 2 times cheaper than when heating with coal and 3-5 times cheaper than when heating with natural gas or network heat), then the obtained economic effect will be very encouraging to build such a “fireplace” which is actually a continuous heating furnace.
If the infrared radiation is the heat more noticeable to us (the feeling of heat is by 2-4 degrees higher than that which we feel from the heated air), we can additionally save on reducing the room temperature, and thus the consumption of wood. The most natural heat similar to solar heat – in your own home – is a reward for building a storage heater (fireplace stove) from Akubet, which is a little more expensive than a typical convection fireplace.
Publikacje i artykuły
- Projekt ustawy o odnawialnych źródłach energii OZE a branża zduńska Jacek Ręka
- “Ciepłe ubranie dla kominka” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2012
- “Tradycyjne i nowe zduństwo” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2012
- “Mówię kominek-myślę…” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2012
- “Podwójna funkcja ognia ” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2011
- “Ciepłe ściany pieców, kominków i pieco-kominków” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2011
- “Kominek który stał się piecem” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2011
- “Kominek XXI wieku” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2011
- “Rewolucja w kozach” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2010
- “Zamień kominek na pieco-kominek” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2009
- “Ogrzewanie dla każdego” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2009
- “Pieco-kominek III generacji c.d.” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2009
- “Kominek akumulacyjny” J.Ręka wyd. Kominek 2009