The Penman Collection boasts an impressive range of stoves in a variety of fuel options such as wood, multi fuel and gas. As well as featuring popular favourites such as the Sigma, Scene and the Vega range of stoves. It is also home of the Bassington Stove voted the Number 1 Eco Stove by The Telegraph.
Our stoves offer a truly comprehensive choice for all tastes and functions. Every stove in the Penman Collection has been expertly designed by our team of specialised designers, engineers and produced with expert craftsmanship and quality materials. Whether it’s cast iron or steel, each appliance is independently assessed and tested by an accredited association to ensure you will have years of satisfaction with your purchase. All our Ecodesign Ready Stoves come with a lifetime guarantee*
Our stoves are only available through carefully selected retailers throughout the UK & Ireland. They are available to offer help and advice about choosing the right stove for you. To locate your local stockist please click here
Ecodesign Ready Stoves in accordance with the Governments clean air strategy are designed to reduce emissions by burning wood more efficiently taking into account the long term environmental impact of the appliance during its whole lifecycle. Only appliances that have been tested and verified as meeting these new limits will be able to be sold and installed legally within the UK.
The emission limits include those for Particulate Matter (PM), Organic Gaseous Compounds (OGC), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Nitrogen Oxides (NOx).
SIA Ecodesign Ready stoves meet the new regulation which came into force on the 1st January 2022. All of the stoves featured in the Penman Collection are Ecodesign Ready, pledging our support to a greener sustainable future in order to further reduce the impact of climate change.
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Whilst we continue to develop new and enhanced products to improve efficiency and clean burning, it is the critical issue of wood fuel that plays the biggest role in the air quality solution.
Burning wet wood is inefficient as it demands a lot of heat to vaporise the water before the appliance can give out the proper level of heat to the room, hot water or heating systems. In turn, this creates a lot of smoke which damages the chimney blackens the appliance and contributes to air pollution.
Dry wood that has been properly sourced and seasoned means it produces fewer particulates, more heat efficiency and less maintenance. Chimneys are less likely to block and will remain easier to sweep.
The government-backed Ready to Burn scheme is compliant with EU timber regulations and will set a benchmark for logs and other wood fuels in the UK to help with identifying wood that has been carefully chosen and ready to burn.