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The Esse Ironheart gas cooker is a beautiful, practical stove with classic style and modern efficiency. Developed as a product to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Esse, this stove represents both the company’s history and the unparalleled quality of their contemporary appliances.
The Yorkshire Dales built Ironheart gas cooker offers the efficiency of a gas cooktop with single burner control, a hotplate for up to six pans and a maximum output of 6.7 kilowatts. This high-quality stove runs at 80-percent efficiency for fast heat-up times. The large 47.8-litre oven can be preheated to roasting temperature in just one hour.
As a room heater, it provides output up to seven kilowatts and can run on either natural gas or propane. The beautiful, realistic log fire has a clear glass window for cosy views of the fire that will enhance your kitchen decor with a touch of style and sophistication.
This clean-burning stove requires no ash pan and provides all the advantages of a traditional wood-burning cooktop with none of the mess or effort. The Esse Ironheart gas cooker is available in classic black or can be upgraded to deluxe black enamel and stainless steel.
|Fuel Type||Natural Gas or LPG Option|
|Flue Type||Conventional Chimney Flue (full depth, medium depth, slimline for pre cast flues)|
|Heat Output||5.1kw to 8kw|
|Product Material||Cast Iron|
|Type of Stove||Free Standing Stove|
|Heat Type||Radiant Heat|
|DEFRA Approval||Standard Stove|
Customer Reviews 2 item(s)
I wanted a wood-burning version of this but the gas one looks so realistic and is so much easier to use that I went for it and I'm really glad I did
Review by Wendy M / (Posted on 08/07/2018)
- What a great cooking range
The Esse Ironheart stove is nothing short of brilliant. It looks the business in our 400 year old cottage but without the hassle of a wood fired range. The only word of warning is that it weighs over 300kg, so you'll need some strapping lads to lift it in :-)
Review by Jean Tolsworthy / (Posted on 15/05/2018)