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Water-bearing fireplaces from Spartherm

Plus point supply safety

Rising energy prices and supply bottlenecks for oil & gas: If you own your own wood-burning stove, you are less dependent on current developments when it comes to heating. Because domestic wood is a readily available and CO2-neutral energy source that you can store without any problems. If you build up a sufficient stock of wood, you will always have enough fuel available.

Water-bearing fireplace systems use the heat of the fireplace in two ways. The otherwise unused heat in the flue gas is used to heat the heating water. This means that it is not only nice and warm in the living area of your fireplace, but you also gain additional energy that you can use in the heating system for room heating or central water heating.

Thanks to these advantages, a water-guided wood-burning stove contributes significantly to independence and security of supply.

Use fireplace heat throughout the house to save energy and costs

Wood fireplaces are becoming more and more popular. Our modern systems not only give you warmth and cozy moments by the fire. They can do much more: innovative combustion technology allows them to make the best possible use of the heat from the fireplace. Water-bearing fireplaces in particular are currently attracting a lot of attention, because they score double points: on the one hand, they heat the room next to the fireplace, and on the other, they supply the energy for the central heating system. Water-bearing fireplaces are also characterized by particularly high energy efficiency. By making optimal use of the fuel, you not only save energy, but you also save on heating and hot water costs.


With our water-bearing fireplaces, the system is integrated into the house's heating system. A fireplace generates heat which, depending on the type of system, reaches the living space mainly as radiant or convection heat. In water-bearing fireplaces, there is a so-called "heat exchanger" above the combustion chamber. This ensures that excess energy from the flue gas can be used and stored more efficiently. How does it work? The heating water flows "cold" through your home's piping system into the heat exchanger, where it is heated by the energy from the fire. The heated water is transferred to a water tank, the buffer tank. There, the energy is stored and can be used through the heating piping system in remote rooms and, most importantly, also time-delayed, for example, to support the central heating system.

How a water-bearing fireplace works


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Fireplace solutions for every living situation

We offer you different water-bearing fireplace solutions that perfectly fit your needs, e.g. water-bearing fireplace stoves in many shapes, sizes and surfaces. In addition to the practical all-in-one solutions, there are also water-bearing fireplace inserts that can be used to implement individual design wishes in stove construction. We also have water-bearing tiled stoves in our range. This means that the right water-bearing fireplace solution is available for all structural conditions, and there are no limits to creativity in fireplace design.


Since the foundation of our company in 1986, we have been constantly developing innovations in the field of combustion technology for wood-burning stoves. More than three decades of experience and know-how flow into our water-bearing stoves. The water-bearing appliances are characterized by a large number of innovative elements, which together offer high efficiency and technical refinements. In addition to the high efficiency, our customers particularly appreciate the excellent workmanship of our appliances.

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