Aduro produce wood-burning stoves in modern Danish design – simple and stylish stoves with hidden hinges and adjustable legs.
For many years they have specialized in developing high technological stoves with the most modern and advanced combustion principles. Without compromising product quality, they seek to combine the technical and the aesthetic with user-friendliness. More than 100,000 Aduro stoves are installed across Europe.
All Aduro stoves have the Aduro-tronic device installed, an automatic control device which regulates combustion air and ensures that the primary air is set at the correct pace. You simply need to place dry wood in the stove and activate the automatic device – it will manage the rest, leaving you to enjoy the flames and the benefits of efficient combustion.
Aduro-tronic is designed to maintain a bed of hot embers for as long as possible, meaning longer intervals between stoking up. For a wood-burning stove to work at its best, the air intake has to be regulated several times within the first few minutes of each firing. Incorrect air volume can result in faster combustion, soot on the glass and increased pollution. The Aduro-tronic control takes care of regulation, allowing you to concentrate on other things.