Are Hwam the most efficient log burners available?
It was from this idea the Autopilot system was first conceived: Hwam soon realised that by minimising user input in the air supply, they could achieve a more complete combustion and give their customers similar real world efficiency ratings compared against their tests as well as significant fuel savings. On average the standard Hwam autopilot system can save you as much as 40% on your fuel bills compared against a stove that relies on you manually adjusting the air supply.
In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at Hwam’s Autopilot and IHS systems and explore whether they might just be the most efficient log burners available.
Hwam's Autopilot System
Hwam's IHS (Intelligent Heat System) Smart Control
While the Autopilot system from Hwam is the most efficient way of delivering combustion air into a stove (more so than anything anyone else is currently offering), Hwam saw a way to make this system even more efficient with unbridled sensitivity and responsiveness. They realised the limitations with the Autopilot system and started to develop a system never seen before on a wood burning stove, integrating electronic air controls, temperature sensors and remote controls, the Intelligent Heat System was born.
The IHS takes the concept of efficient heating to the next level. Picking up on the improvements the mechanical autopilot system delivered, IHS took the principal of delivering exactly the right amount of air just when the stove requires it. Unlike traditional stoves that require a user to manually adjust the air controls as and when they remember/think they need to, and picking up from the drawbacks in response time from the mechanical autopilot system.
App Control: With the Hwam smartphone app, and an IHS fitted Hwam stove, you have remote control over your woodburner. This means you can adjust settings, monitor temperature, and even schedule heating times, all from your phone.
How much money can i really save?
Save an entire crate of logs a year with a Hwam Stove. Lets look at it another way, if you added two logs to your stove every charge, in a 10 hour period a manual input stove (without Autopilot) you would need on average 16 logs. With a Hwam stove and the Autopilot system you would only need 10 logs to achieve the same nominal heat output. So based on this if you used your stove in this way for 60 days. you would save approximately 360 logs, which is the same amount as you get in an entire cubic meter crate* of firewood!
The ability to get the same amount of heat from less logs compared against a traditionally manually controlled stove is a welcome addition to any household. So while there are stoves available that boost a higher efficiency rating than Hwam stoves, how many stoves could save you this much fuel in a year?