Effective air flow
The cool room air is drawn into the stove from underneath, is heated and rises. Just a few minutes later the hot air flows out into the room.
The control on the front of the stove controls the intensity of the fire by regulating the amount of combustion air. The combustion air is heated to extremely high temperatures and flushed out onto the inside of the glass, which prevents soot build-up.
In the rear of the stove there is an extra duct system for spreading preheated combustion air. The system is called clean Burning and is activated by sliding the control on the front to the left. The stove burns efficiently and for long periods resulting in a combustion with very low particle concentrations.