Introducing the new brochure from Nestor Martin for the current heating season, this stunning new brochure encapsulates the entire Nestor Martin range, from its traditional and contemporary ranges of wood burning, multifuel, and oil stoves to its state of the art modern gas appliances. Within the Nestor Martin range you are sure to find the perfect stove for your home.
Featuring the latest combustion technology, Nestor Martin explain the benefits of their new Ecodesign models with their CatalyticHybrid® Woodbox technology. This allows you to have one of the most traditional looking stoves available today on the market, but with futureproof technology pre-installed with a catalyser ensuring complete combustion of unburnt particles, as well as increased efficiency, ultra clean combustion and reduction of soot in the chimney.
Within this luxury brochure, the stoves are split into categories, including the Premium range , which showcase the impressive TQ, TQH and MQ ranges which are able to fully rotate on one of 4 base choices, making them a statement piece for any room.
The Inset range which offers large inset stoves with bright white cast interiors that enhance your view of the flames.
The Cast Iron range from Nestor Martin encompasses not only the original multifuel Stanford 80 and 140, and Harmony 1 and 3, but also the newer woodburning Stanford and Harmony 13- 33 / 43 models.
New for 2020 in this range is the wide screen M43 which is both robust and sleek with it’s cast iron body but large front glass offering an impressive flame view to match its high efficiency levels.
Nestor Martin also offers a range of contemporary and traditional high-efficiency gas stoves. The gas stoves range from the ultra-modern THS15 which can rotate 360 degrees to the traditionally styled cast-iron S Series.
The final offering from Nestor Martin showcased in this brochure is the S21 oil stove with vaporising burner technology, perfect for areas of the UK who don’t have access to mains gas, and who want to be able to run their stove constantly over the winter with minimal everyday interaction.