The Golden Fire gasification method reduces emissions
In emissionless burning, handling the gasification of the wood is key. The gasification management in clean Golden Fire burning is based on precise air control, which ensures the exact amount of air required is always available in the different stages of burning.
With the Golden Fire gasification burning method, wood constantly burns at a high temperature of 800–1,200 degrees. This ensures an energy-efficient fireplace and minimises the harmful PAH compounds and soot particles. Wood on a Golden Fire grate is ignited from below to ensure they start burning quickly and burn cleanly and strongly throughout.
Thanks to Golden Fire, NunnaUuni is under the 2022 EcoDesign emissions limit in the heat-storing fireplace test, which is the strictest testing method for fireplaces. The smoke gases are measured for the entire burning period, from igniting the wood onwards, which is not the case for stoves. Stoves are tested using a method in which emissions and benefits are only measured after pre-heating. As such, it is not representative of actual heating.
The emission limits set by the EU are meant to reduce the environmental and climate effects of energy products, and choosing more energy-efficient products is facilitated by making comparisons easier.