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Cast Tec Vulcan 8 Multifuel/Wood Burning Stove

By Cast Tec
Cast Tec
The Cast Tec Vulcan 8 Multifuel/Wood Burning Stove is a great choice for larger fireplaces thanks to its deep fuel bed and 8kW heat output. Each Vulcan is DEFRA certified, allowing it to be used in smoke controlled areas.

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The Cast Tec Vulcan 8 Multifuel/Wood Burning Stove is the ideal choice for those looking for the charm and character of a solid fuel stove, but have a little more space to play with.

This stove shares a similar design to its sibling the Juno 5, such as a wide viewing screen and a multi fuel grate. However the Vulcan has a deeper frame providing a larger capacity for those wanting a larger burn.

Performance wise the Vulcan matches up well, with an abundant 8kW heat output and 81% efficiency rating. This is aided through the use of a built in Tripleburn system, that is designed to feed more air to the flames. The end result speeds up combustion and increases fire life.

This and the rest of the Cast Tec stoves are DEFRA approved.


  • 8kW heat output
  • 81% efficiency rating
  • DEFRA Certified
  • Wood or smokeless fuel
  • Airwash system
  • TripleBurn technology
  • Free stove starter kit (500mm flue pipe, register plate & glove)


Stove Dimensions
Width 500mm
Height 583mm
Depth 343mm

A rebate is the measurement between the back of the wall to the front of the back panel. To allow you to calculate the recess needed you must subtract the rebate by the thickness of the back panel.

For example;

100mm (rebate) – 20mm (back panel depth) = 80mm (fire recess depth)

Please note if a fire surround is fitted to a chimney then the depth of the fire/stove will be recessed within the chimney cavity, if the surround is fitted to a flat wall the full fire depth will need to be recessed within the surround.

Additional Information

Manufacturer Part Number CAST0090
Manufacturer Cast Tec
Heat Output 8.0kW

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