Our heaters, designed in Australia to burn hardwood, are tested to the most stringent of standards. The current joint Australian and New Zealand Standard 4013/4012 measure particulate emissions and efficiency and we are proud to say our heaters exceed the requirements of these standards.
The fire that burns clean
Buying a Clean Air wood heater not only gives you a clean burning, efficient method of keeping your home warm throughout winter. By joining with Clean Air and, in turn Landcare, we are all working towards restoring the environment and protecting its long-term viability.
We all need to consider our use of natural resources and the effect we have on the environment. Wood, as a form of natural energy, is the only sustainable and renewable fuel source for heat generation.
Wood burning in a Clean Air wood heater does not add to the greenhouse effect. If wood is left to naturally decay, consumed in a bush fire or burnt in a wood heater, it emits similar levels of CO2. Clean Air manufacture slow combustion wood heaters using low emission technology to gain maximum heat output with minimum emission into the atmosphere.