• The benefits
  • Independent tests

    Firemizer has been independently tested by the University of Cambridge, the University of Nottingham and Kiwa GASTEC at CRE in the UK, as well as OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc in the USA, to prove that this innovative fuel saving device works.

    In addition, thousands of UK fire and stove owners have used the first generation of this product over the last 3 years and have confirmed the benefits in their own homes.

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    Burn rate & temperature results

    University of Cambridge

    Data was generated in a Portway Stove (Model PN2MFC) placed on an insulated mass-balance meter (Model Sartorius Combics 1) with a thermocouple positioned in the centre of the burning fire and published in a report entitled “Burn Rate Performance of Solid Fuels using FuelMiser” by SK Lam & TW Clyne, Department of Materials Science, University of Cambridge, UK in May 2011.

    University of Nottingham

    Data was generated in a coal grate placed on an insulated mass-balance meter (Model Metler Toledo) with a thermocouple positioned in the centre of the burning fire and published in a report entitled “Burn Rate Performance of Coal Fires using CoalMiser” by J Chaney & M Clifford, Environmental Technology Centre, University of Nottingham, UK in 2009.

    Kiwa GASTEC at CRE

    Data was generated in a Portway No. 2 stove placed on a platform scale with sampling points in the flue using EN13240:2001 test methods and published in a report entitled “Comparative Tests on Performance of Woodmiser when burning Wood Logs in a Roomheater” by J Tucker and approved by AJ Pittaway, Kiwa GASTEC at CRE, Cheltenham, UK in October 2013

    OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc

    Data was generated in a sealed EPA-certified wood stove at a High Burn Rate setting in a test booth using standardized US test methods EPA Method 5G, ASTM E 2515-11, EPA Method 28, EPA Method 25A, EPA Method 10, EPA Method 7E, EPA Method 3A & CSA B415.1-10 and published in a report entitled “Air Emissions Comparison Firemizer Hearth Liner” by J Clark and T Hertel, OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc, Portland, Oregon, USA in June 2014.

    Creosote emission results

    Kiwa GASTEC at CRE

    Data was generated in a Portway No. 2 stove placed on a platform scale with sampling points in the flue using EN13240:2001 test methods and published in a report entitled “Comparative Tests on Performance of Woodmiser when burning Wood Logs in a Roomheater” by J Tucker and approved by AJ Pittaway, Kiwa GASTEC at CRE, Cheltenham, UK in October 2013.

    OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc

    Data was generated in a sealed EPA-certified wood stove at a High Burn Rate setting in a test booth using standardized US test methods EPA Method 5G, ASTM E 2515-11, EPA Method 28, EPA Method 25A, EPA Method 10, EPA Method 7E, EPA Method 3A & CSA B415.1-10 and published in a report entitled “Air Emissions Comparison Firemizer Hearth Liner” by J Clark and T Hertel, OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc, Portland, Oregon, USA in June 2014.

    Particulate emission results

    OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc

    Data was generated in a sealed EPA-certified wood stove in a test booth using standardized US test methods EPA Method 5G, ASTM E 2515-11, EPA Method 28, EPA Method 25A, EPA Method 10, EPA Method 7E, EPA Method 3A & CSA B415.1-10 and published in a report entitled “Air Emissions Comparison Firemizer Hearth Liner” by J Clark and T Hertel, OMNI-Test Laboratories Inc, Portland, Oregon, USA in June 2014.

    What people are saying about Firemizer…

    Judy from NC

    “My wood stove is my primary heat source. Since I started using the Firemizer a few weeks ago I find that the amount of ash I have to clean out of the stove is approximately 1/4 as compared to what was there before. Also the ash is much finer which probably means the wood is being burned more efficiently. I am definitely pleased with this product and will try to get the fireplace stores in my area to stock this product. I have recommended this product to my friends.”

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