Admittedly – you can't do without fireplace wood entirely, since fireplace briquettes need high initial heat to ignite and produce a long-lasting feel-good temperature.
We show you how best to use the continuous burners.
Set the air vent to the kindling position and kindle the fire using wood logs, as usual. A few small wood logs will do here.
Wait until the fire is burning and a fuelbed has formed. After that, put two to three fireplace briquettes on top, so that they can unfold their full power.
As soon as the fireplace briquettes are fully ignited, turn down the air supply to the required output and enjoy the calm flame. Fireplace briquettes need not be added until only a fuelbed remains. That takes time ...
Please ensure that your open-fire stove is suitable for burning lignite briquettes. You will find particulars in the operating instructions. If these are not available, your chimney sweep has the answer.
Solid fuels like wood and lignite briquettes differ in their behaviour and effect owing to their components. What matters above all is whether you need fast heat or long-lasting warmth.
|OPTIMAL RANGE OF USE|