Why choose a stove for a passive house

In order to operate in “passive houses” or in “high energy efficiency” homes, fireplaces and stoves always need an air inlet from the outside, which supplies a perfect and complete combustion of the firewood or pellets without “stealing” the oxygen in the room. To provide a specific response to this type of requirement, MCZ has designed a line of stoves that do not require any air inlets: these pellet- or wood-burning appliances feature Oyster technology.

Owing to their perfectly sealed structure, stoves featuring Oyster technology do not compromise the home’s energy efficiency levels because they draw oxygen solely from the outside, without using the oxygen available in the indoor environments.

Choose your
sealed stove

FUEL

  • Pellet
  • Wood
HEATING BY
  • Convection
  • Heat accumulation
  • Forced ventilation
  • Ducted air
  • Hydro

The new generation pellet stove, already compliant with the Ecodesign 2022 directive
The new generation pellet stove, already compliant with the Ecodesign 2022 directive
The new generation pellet stove, already compliant with the Ecodesign 2022 directive
The new generation pellet stove, already compliant with the Ecodesign 2022 directive
Available with sealed structure, ideal for use in passive houses
It enables to heat the room for up to 12 hours from the last load of firewood
It enables to heat the room for up to 12 hours from the last load of firewood
Also with sealed structure available
The fully sealed stove ideal for passive homes
Top performances, in the new hydromatic version also
Top performances, in the new hydromatic version also
Top performances, in the new hydromatic version also