multifuel burner

multifuel burner

[′məl·tē‚fyül ‚bər·nər]
(engineering)
A burner which utilizes more than one fuel simultaneously for combustion.

multifuel burner

A burner which can be fed by more than one type of fuel, used either separately or simultaneously.
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The lounge area has am impressive exposed stone feature wall with inset multifuel burner on a slate hearth and enjoys stunning views of the unspoilt surrounding countryside, The dining area has a door leading through to the kitchen and has an extensive range of units together with an upright larder unit, ample working surfaces and a velux style roof light flooding the space with light.
The sitting room overlooks the garden and courtyard and features a granite fireplace housing a multifuel burner. There is also a study/ boot room.
"Each has broad-timbered, engineered-oak flooring and a bespoke, hand-tooled fireplace with a multifuel burner.
Tenders are invited for supply of ventury multifuel burner hygrotherm.
The 14ft lounge features an 8ft walk-in original stone inglenook fireplace with oak beam and multifuel burner. The walls are part timbered and the ceiling heavily beamed ceiling.
The 17ft lounge is accessed from the hallway and has a feature brick and stone chimney breast containing multifuel burner sat on a slate hearth, cupboard and shelf storage either side of the chimney breast and a beamed ceiling.
This lovely room benefits from a traditional style, ornate feature fireplace with multifuel burner on slate hearth, original stripped wooden flooring and wooden staircase to first floor.
On the ground floor, the main reception rooms include a dining room, large living room with multifuel burner, a garden room and a kitchen/breakfast room.
The lounge has multifuel burner, and stunning countryside views.
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