Pellet Stoves

Deco Pellet stove

Classic-style pellet stove, with cladding and firebox entirely made of cast iron in Black with a wider and more attractive flame

The flame of burning pellets is eye catching and has magical look of a flame produced by burning wood.

Perfect solution for optimising the space

Thanks to its contained overall dimensions and to the presence of a top smoke outlet, this product is the perfect solution for optimising the living space. For example, it can be perfectly installed in an existing fire place, thus obtaining both a touch of class and an effective heating solution. The sliding opening of the pellet tank makes loading operations extremely easy.

Excludable ventilation

The No-Air function allows you to completely exclude forced ventilation in the stove, ensuring maximum silence and all of the advantages of heat diffused throughout the room by natural convection.


This stove can be easily managed by a remote control with few buttons and lots of functions. In addition to the normal daily and weekly programming functions, you can program different temperatures in different time slots during the day. Since the temperature can be read exactly in the spot where it is left (thermostat function), the comfort level is assured.

It can be managed with smartphone and tablet also

Via a dedicated application (App), you can manage and program the stove even from a smartphone or a tablet: 100% comfort inside the house or when you’re away. The application requires an accessory kit and can operate via a text message (GPRS system) or via Wi-Fi.


Nominal output power

7.60 kW


Minimum output power

3.80 kW


Efficiency at Max

87.60 %


Efficiency at Min

86.80 %


Hopper capacity

20.00 lt


Pellet hourly consumption (Min)

0.90 kg/h


Pellet hourly consumption (Max)

1.80 kg/h


Autonomy (Min)

15.00 h


Autonomy (Max)

7.00 h


Heatable volume

187m³ (*)


Smoke outlet

8 cm


Net weight

185 kg


Temperature of exhaust smoke at Max

172 ºC


Mass of smoke

6.5 g/s


(*) Heatable volume refers to the number of cubic metres that can be heated by the product in an insulated room, therefore with an average calorific requirement of 35 kcal/h per m³