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Sergio Leoni Matilde Di Canossa

The stove’s cladding evokes the brocade vestments of the “Grancontessa” it is named after: Matilda of Canossa, one of the most important and fascinating figures of medieval Italy. The charm of her personality and era – and the “Ars Carnusina” which she inspired – served as a model for Maestro Sergio Leoni, who recreated in sober yet soothing ceramics the intricately decorated, elegant style of that particular historical period.

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Technical Details

Fuel Wood
Nominal Heat Output (kW) 10,80
Reduced Heat Output (kW) 4,70
Efficiency (%) 91,00
Hourly Consumption (kg/h) 25,00
Heatable Volume (m³) 265,00
Smoke Outlet ⍉ (mm) 120,00
Weight (kg) 167,00
Smoke Temperature (°C) 156,00
Smoke flow rate (g/s) 6,90
Material Ceramic, brass and cast iron
Measures (L x D x H cm)  72 x 53 x 99
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Matilde di Canossa – Report

Matilde di Canossa – Technical Sheet

Matilde di Canossa –
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