The Kratki K9 has been a popular choice across South Africa for those who want a large-sized traditional cast iron fireplace to heat a good-sized, open-plan living space. This solid fireplace comes with double-layer cast iron for extra strength and extended lifespan.
Why choose Kratki?
Kratki’s cast iron fireplaces are forged from highest quality cast iron and are built to last Poland’s harshest winters. As a result, each unit offers excellent thermal properties and durability.
With very impressive technical specifications, this closed-combustion fireplace is an excellent heating solution for those looking for a more traditional fireplace. Crafted with great attention to detail, the Kratki cast iron range of wood-burning stoves are designed to add an element of timeless, traditional beauty to your interior space.
To guarantee maximum strength, the cast iron is moulded to a minimum thickness of 8mm. This ensures that the fireplace offers excellent radiant heating for your home – even long after the last wood log has burnt down. As an efficient, closed-combustion fireplace, most of the heat generated by the burning wood is released more effectively into the room for your comfort.
Depending on your preferred aesthetic and installation, this wood-log fireplace allows for both top or rear flue exit. In addition, it comes with a removable ash box for simple and easy cleaning as well as a removable door handle for your safety and convenience.
To improve the safety and performance of the fireplaces, as well as increase their lifespan, the heat-resistant glass Kratki uses is of the highest quality. Thanks to the specialised, air-wash glass cleaning system, the soot deposits on the fireplace glass are greatly reduced.
All Kratki’s wood-burning fireplaces come with a 5-year warranty. As a result, you can be confident that your fireplace has been designed with strength and durability at its very core and will last for many years to come.
|Dimensions||77.5 × 54.9 × 69.9 cm|
|Country of manufacture||
|Flue pipe diameter||
220 – 325m3
Primary and secondary combustion
Top or rear