If you want the best in burning technology, combined with the versatility of 120 colour variations, a low emissions burner from Pyroclassic Fires might be just what you need!
The Pyroclassic ceramic fire chamber retains heat like a kiln. This impressive heat storage capacity means you can enjoy the convenience of extended burn times and a consistent release of heat. Reload less and stay warm for longer with a fuel efficiency rate of only 1kg per hour*.
With the inception of the new Pyroclassic Mini in 2017, smaller homes can now reap the benefits of this unique wood burner. For medium to large homes, the Pyroclassic IV delivers up to 15kW of space heating with an extra-large cooktop and can be fitted with a high output wetback for all your domestic hot water needs.
What Clients Say About Us
Keeps us warm ALL night long!! Been "burning" for over 72 hours flat so far - we are toasty warm. LOVE our Pyroclassic!! Read More L Thom
The Pyroclassic is fantastic, we have had only positive comments from our respective families and friends regarding it's 'look' and heat output. The warmth factor is great (excellent for drying all the baby clothes!), and we have found the house to be noticeably dryer. Also the fire is very efficient in fuel consumption as compared to our previous burner. Thanks again. Read More P Doherty
The Pyroclassic stove is the only really well designed stove in NZ, I presume one of the best in the world. As a potter, I have built many wood kilns, you can see the difference with the Pyroclassic when you see the flame movement and quality of flame and the heat keeping quality of the castable brick used. It always lights first time and stays warm all night and is the most ecological stove. Read More A Scythe
Our Pyro was the first thing we turned on when we moved into our new build last year during the floods in Christchurch just to show the code of compliance council man that it was installed well! (which the man liked so he could see it was all ok plus it was freezing). We love the wetback, how it retains heat and slowly releases it meaning you don't need to keep putting heaps of wood... Read More R McNeill-Shearing