Morso – the new black for over 160 years
Danish design has been delighting the world for many years now. With a look and feel that is distinctive to Denmark, the country’s architects and designers have placed Morso on the map, to the point that in 1915 they received the coveted title of Purveyor to the Royal Court.
Morso craftsmen produce the finest stoves in the world, and their name has been synonymous with quality since April 1853.
Constructed using only the highest quality robust cast iron the 7948 fireplace features a large panoramic glass on the front of the stove and double-glazed glass on its sides which naturally brings the life of the flames into the surrounding environment. Another detail is the newly designed self-closing door system, with the door sliding into place with a soft and exclusive pull. The stainless-steel handle on the stove enhances the clean simple lines, and the small air inlet lever matches the handle.
Behind the glass its superior air wash system blows hot air across the inside of the glass to keep the viewing area clean, and combustion technology that uses pre-heated air to ensure a higher temperature in the firebox, so that almost all the flue gases are burnt, which results in both more environmentally friendly combustion and better fuel economy.
Dimensions: 1157 H x 504 W x 435 D (mm)
Nominal Heat Output: 12.5 kW
Weight: 156 kilos
Flue Outlet Diameter: 150 mm
With Morsø the quintessential wood stove has become even more efficient with the introduction of the heat storage system.
The heat storage system perfectly integrates on top of any 7900 series wood burning fireplace, blending seamlessly into the design. The system enables you to store heat and emits its slowly for a longer period of time, providing an eco-friendly option.
The heat storage system is designed with either a low or high-top module with integrated accumulation bricks. When the fire has burned down to glowing, the heat bricks continue to supply warmth. The system is based on a regulation unit which provides the option of storing the heat or having extra heat come directly into the room, the fires output can thus be exploited by accumulating the heat produced in the environmentally friendly combustion chamber in the heat storage-bricks in the top. Together with the 7900 stove the heat storage bricks make the most of your fuel and gently returns warmth for longer.
The High Top module consists of a brick with regulation and two accumulation bricks, providing room for up to 95 kilos of heat storage, with an height of 460 mm and a weight of 128kilos whilst the low top module has one regulation brick that can accommodate up to 30 kilos of heat storage and has a height of 190 mm and a weight of 45 kilos.