Mendip Woodland DC Convector PLUS

Mendip Woodland Convector PLUS DC from Mendip Woodland range of new Dual Control stoves

Comes with the Convection panels for reduced clearance to combustibles 

With an easy-to-use dual-control air adjustment system, the Woodland stove allows for optimum combustion and control. The tertiary air also aids post-combustion of the flue gases; so ultimately, your stove will burn cleanly, creating as much energy from your fuel as possible. 

The Woodland design is a popular choice for a traditional fireplace and New builds. 

The Woodland DC model is fully compliant with Eco-Design 2022 Regulations and is suitable for Smoke controlled areas. 

By buying this stove you are contributing £10 to the Woodland Trust, and helping to plant native trees in the UK.

Mendip Woodland DC features

  • Ecodesign compliant
  • Defra Approved
  • wood and multi-fuel
  • Steel body & cast iron door 
  • 5kw nominal heat output
  • A+ Energy rating
  • Suitable for 12mm hearth
  • Optional external air kit

Stove installation manual 


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Installation of domestic solidfuel appliance must be certified by a competent engineer. A hetas engineer is recommended or equivalent governing body. Building regulations approval is also possible when work is carried out by a competent person.


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Many stove manufacturers typically provide an extensive warranty for the stove's main body. Nevertheless, components like firebricks, glass, grates, baffles, and seals are considered consumable items and fall outside the scope of warranty coverage.

Air control explained

Primary air : this is generally used when starting the fire or re-igniting the fire. If burning smokeless briquetted fuel then the primary will need to be open. Primary air comes from below the grate. 

Secondary air: this is commonly known as air wash, preheated air flows in a continuous thin stream down the glass and into the very heart of the wood fire, when burning wood this should always be open to enable cleaner combustion. 

Tertiary air: this is injected into the rear of the fire chamber above the logs, enabling re-combustion of already burnt gases and improving the quality of combustion. 

If the stove is to be operated in a smoke control area then this control must remain pushed in at all times. 

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Style Modern
Energy Label A+
Ecodesign Yes
Fuel Multi-Fuel
Stove Fuel Options Wood, Multi-Fuel
Dimensions 615mm (h) x 570mm (w) x 340mm (d)
Kw Output 5
Smoke Control Approved Yes
Boiler Option None
Material Steel
Flue Diameter 125mm
Flue Outlet Top or Rear
Canopy Flat Top
Finish Matt Black
Efficiency (%) 81.1
Max Log Length (mm) 300
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