The Contura 520G Style stove with glass door gives maximum heating output from minimal area. 100 kg heat retaining Powerstone top and convection damper give excellent heat retention and heat distribution.
FIRE VISIBILITY: Front
HEATS 120 m²
EFFICIENCY 5 kW
Contura 620 Style is equipped with heat retaining Powerstone and convection damper as standard. If you choose the cover instead of the warming shelf above the door there is also space for even more Powerstone. This means that you get even more heat out of your logs because the heat is retained in the stone. The model has a cast iron door. Optional lower compartment cover.
A high mounted firebox and very generous glass areas make this stove the burning heart of your home, wherever it is. Give the fire space even if the area is small!
A compact stove for easy positioning in any interior. The basic model in this range is available in grey, white and black, and the upgrade to Style now means that the door features an even taller glass pane for even better flame visibility. The chimney can be connected to the top or rear of the stove on all models.
A stove doesn’t just spread warmth and cosiness. The visual impression is just as important. The Contura 856 features generous side panes, making the flames visible anywhere in your interior. The stove will be an natural eye-catcher in your home, a place to gather round to get cosy together.
Raise your stove and give the fire pride of place in your interior. A pedestal-mounted stove makes the fire more visible. It also provides an airy look underneath, and makes floor cleaning around the stove easier. With a turntable (optional), you can orient your stove smoothly full-circle for the best and cosiest view.
The Contura 300 is the perfect choice if you know how you want your stove to look. Contura 310 is available in black with a cast-iron door. Do you want a log box? You have a choice of three. What about a drawer or other smart accessory?
Contura i6 is the ideal choice for those who have their own ideas of what a cassette should look like and want to build a new fireplace. Choose the impression you want to give with a glass or a cast iron door.
Create your own fireplace with a high quality insert and generous expanse of glass. The Contura i40 fireplace insert with an angled guillotine door gives you new options to create a unique fireplace. The large expanse of angled glass shows a lot of the fire. The generous glass area and our Clean Burning System means that you see the maximum amount of fire.
The Contura i7 is our latest cassette. It allows you to customise your fireplace exactly as you want it. Place it inside a fireplace that you design yourself or, as illustrated, create your own unique solution. The Contura i7 is black and available with cast iron door and steel frame.
The impressive insert can take logs of up to 50 cm in length and has an efficiency rate of 81 %. Make your own surround or choose our ready made modules.
Contura wanted to preserve the feel of the old house we bought, but not live in a museum. Saving the old woodwork was obvious, but we wanted to give the old coal-burning stove a modern and discrete style. It should be obvious that it is modern and has efficient technology! The large glass door lets the beautiful fire really come into its own. The heat output actually surprised us, and it’s a bonus that it can be fired in such an environmentally friendly way.
The fireplace insert is designed for installation in Builders Opening or to build a whole new fireplace or place as freestanding. No matter which model you choose, it is your imagination that sets the limits! Contura i4 FS is designed for burning wood or smokeless fuel and it is easy to switch between fuel types. The fireplace insert is available with a heat tank for even more heat retention.
My fire transcends the boundary between tradition and modern design. I really have a passion for our traditions and go mad at flea markets and in antique shops. Why buy new and mass-produced when there are so many beautiful, old things of much better quality? There are limits however, our forefathers were not superior at everything. How lucky then that it is possible to combine good, old tradition with new and better technology, without losing the English classical expression.