CENTRAL HEATING STOVES
Central heating stoves rely on a boiler. A central heating stove is no larger than other stoves as the boiler is built inside the stove. Central heating stoves will not have fire bricks inside as they would prevent heat reaching the boiler and also you should see the boiler outlets on the rear of the stove.
The heat produced by a boiler stove is measured in British Thermal Units (BTUs). The central heating stoves below have outputs of over 25,000 BTUs. As a rule of thumb, you should allow 8 - 10,000 BTUs to heat your hot water and approximately 4,000 BTUs to heat each radiator in your central heating system.