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Broseley Snowdon 30

The Snowdon 30 multifuel boiler stove has a mighty task to perform, not only will it provide heat to the most generous sized living room, but it is also capable of powering a domestic open vented central heating system.

The Snowdon 30 boasts a mighty 22kW maximum output to water. The high ouput is achieved by it’s highly efficient integral wrap around boiler, which ensures you get the most from your fuel. The Snowdon is constructed from cast iron using time honoured techniques by skilled craftsmen to ensure many years of faithful service.

With easy to operate air controls, thermostat and large viewing windows, the Snowdon has all the features you would expect from a modern heating appliance.

Broseley Snowdon 30, 7.5 out of 10 based on 1 rating

One Review to “Broseley Snowdon 30”

  1. Darren Selby

    February 10th, 2016
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    It has to be said that if you are looking for a stove of 30w your choice is somewhat limited. I have been running this stove for two years now and generally I’m please with it. Unlike my little Morso it does have some design flaws which do make you wonder if designers ever try out their design BEFORE putting it on the Market ! A lot of Mutlifuel stoves have a grate which can be closed down slightly for burning wood otherwise as is the case with this stove the wood will burn far too quickly as the embers fall through the grate system. This stove operating at high heat can operate more like an incinerator when burning wood , and we are talking Oak and Ash here, two of the best log material. I cut myself a piece of vermiculite to cover most of the grate to solve this problem but shouldn’t have to at this price. Next problem is the front grate which acts as the log stop. The bars are set too far apart and and when burning multiple nuggets allows these to fall through the grate , which is dangerous. This is simple stuff and infuriates me. As to the stoves performance I can’t really fault it . Many boiler stoves manufacturers are a little over optomistic when quoting the number of rads the stove will adequately heat (Please remember that they are quoting single rads , not twin or twin finned. it makes a big difference and causes some confusion ) This stove is heating 9 double finned radiators with no problems. I would seriously recommend buying a stove thermometer to accurately measure the temp of the stove and this will greatly increase the ease of use as hitting the right temp on a any boiler stove is a fine art without one . Overall very happy with the stove but it is let down by the silly designs as mentioned above.

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