Piazzetta’s fireboxes and stoves ensure absolute comfort. They are efficient and designed to create a unique atmosphere around the fire, and since they require little maintenance while offering obvious advantages that make all the difference.
The exclusive technology means that heat is evenly distributed.
Multifuoco System is an exclusive technological application that offers comfort and constant warmth. It is an extraordinary system of forced ventilation conceived and patented by Piazzetta R and D engineers, which has been scientifically tested by researchers at the Institute of Technical Physics of the University of Padua. The Multifuoco System allows you to distribute heat evenly throughout one or more rooms, from the floor up to the ceiling.
The Multifuoco System is a truly innovative system compared to conventional heating systems. Thanks to Multifuoco System’s capacity to distribute heat evenly throughout the room maintaining an ideal temperature from the floor to the ceiling.
In conventional systems hot air tends naturally to rise creating a heat layer just below ceiling level and colour air stays at floor level, whilst with the Multifuoco System warm air to flow out from the bottom vent, thus preventing warm air to stratify close to the ceiling. The system then allows the air to re-enter through the top grilles of the stove to be warmed again and continue its cycle. This ensures that heat produced is evenly distributed throughout the room.
Multifuoco System can become a true heating system for your entire home by means of a simple ducting system. This enables you to bring the warm air in rooms away from the product or to other floors in the certainty that the comfort level will always be the same as in the room where the product is installed. The ducting system allows you to convey warm air up to 16 metres with a pellet product and up to 10 metres with a wood-burning product. Suitably insulated small diameter flexible pipes (75mm) are used, which are easy to install. The warm air flows into the rooms at floor level through special vents fitted with flow control.
Flexible pipes should be insulated to maximise the thermal efficiency of the system. The drawings show a few solutions for air ducting and the position of the warm air vents.