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Pellet stoves

ALPINA EVO

pellet stove with a system of forced convection

Circular shape and design that recalls classic lines, Alpina Evo fits perfectly into any type of furniture. The sides, covered in majolica, are decorated with elegant leaf motifs. The door, entirely in cast iron, has a splay that frames the glass and emphasizes the broad vision of the fire. Alpina Evo has ceramic cladding and top, painted steel structure. Alpina Evo is available in three colors: glossy white, cream and shiny bordeaux

Technological evolution (EVO)

Customization and adaptability to any type of environment

Possibility for the user to adjust the pellet combustion calibration

Predisposition for the combustion air channeling

Silence and maximum comfort even at night

Minimal and easy maintenance: the cleaning of the stove is quick and easy

Reduction of consumption of pellets for greater savings

Reduction of polluting emissions

Maximum adaptability to every type of pellet, to the flue and to the different types of installation for an always efficient and controlled combustion

Infallibility and ignition speed

Certified to obtain the benefits of the Thermal Account 2.0 and tax deductions

NP EVO

structure body and cladding: L 50 x P 50,5 x H 111 cm

European reference standard for pellet stoves

Available versions

glossy white

glossy white

cream

cream

glossy bordeaux

glossy bordeaux

Technical data

NP EVO

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