700 5kw Wood Burning Insert Fire


This new convection inset stove has a closed convection box and a roomy combustion chamber which is able to burn larger sized logs. It has a simple, minimalistic design with a discreet stay-cool handle.

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700 5kw Insert Fire

The RAIS 700 5kw Insert Fire is a modern classic, ideal in minimalist homes. Contributing beautifully to a media wall, or centrepiece in an architect designed home, the 700 5kw Insert Fire fits in beautifully with classic décor.

Clean Minimalism in a Wood Burning Stove

As you can see, this insert fire is a wood burning stove that has clean lines, complemented by the subtle handle design. Undoubtedly minimalism at its best! However, don’t let its simple and elegant design fool you – the combustion chamber has plenty of space for large logs, giving you an unbridled view of the flickering flames. A fire is the heart of any home, and this one takes pride of place, allowing you to sit back and enjoy the view.

Stay cool, and Stay Warm

RAIS carefully considered design extends to the implementation – the handle stays cool, allowing for easy operation, whilst the stove produces an impressive 5kW of heat, ideal for most homes. Stay warm and cosy during the colder months in style with the 700 5kw Insert Fire

The wide door is available in either hardened glass or with the glass mounted in a classic steel frame.

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External dimensions (W-D-H) in mm
829 – 478 – 541
Combustion chamber inner dimensions (W-D-H) in mm
562 – 290 – 300
Installation dimensions (W-D-H) in mm
840 – – – 545
Outer frame dimensions (W-D-H) in mm
864 – – – 574
Flue outlet (diameter)
Rated output
Output (min-max) in kWh
3 – 7
Heating (at -20°C) in m2
45 – 105
Efficiency in %