Yes, this week’s serving for the blog is yet another Morso stove! Yes there are lots of them! As I have said before, is it just me, or do Morso make more different models of stove than any other stove company? They seem to be continually updating their range of stoves with new models, whilst discontinuing older models. This week’s blog focuses on one of Morso’s cylindrical contemporary stoves – This example is the Morso 7940 Wood-Burning Stove, I swept this one recently in an address in Wendons Ambo. This Morso stove is not unlike many of their stove range and also Jotul stoves in that they take a certain amount of dismantling before you are able to sweep the chimney. This said the complex arrangement of baffles are there to make the stove more efficient by retaining the hot combustion gases in the stove much longer making them more efficient.
Morso are a Danish stove company who have been making metal consumer goods since 1953. It was Neils Christensen who founded the Morson Foundry making all sorts of products including metal stable windows, tools, pots and pans and even grave crosses. Around the turn of the century Morso began to start making tiled stoves and room heaters for schools, churches, railways, government ministries and even to the Danish Royal Family. Indeed, so successful where they, that in 1915 they became the official purveyor of stoves to the Danish Royal Family. It was in the 1950 when tiled stoves became obsolete that Morso began producing Wood-burning Stoves.
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