What is the difference between a wood-burning stove and a multi-burner?
Unfortunately, a real multi-burner for home use does not exist. Only the government has waste incinerators that can be called multi-burners. Anyone using random fuels at home will pollute the environment more than necessary and is taking risks in terms of health and safety. Combustion devices must always use the appropriate fuel.
The DRU range does include multi-fuel stoves. These stoves are suitable for the burning of wood blocks, lignite and coal. But it is not possible or permitted to use all fuels in a multi-fuel stove. The multi-fuel stoves are indicated on the DRU website with the abbreviation 'MF' in the product name of the stove, as part of the wood free-standing range.