Soapstone looks fascinating, but it also stores large inner values. Soapstone keeps the heat long after the fire has gone out. Soapstone releases the heat very slowly and consistent to the room. After only 2-3 fillings the slightly larger soapstone stoves keep the room heated for up to 14 hours, so you do not get up cold in the morning.
Soapstone is a 3 billion years old mineral available in different hardness and colours. HETA’s soapstone is grey, but due to the fantastic play of colours not two stones are identical.
Soapstone is available for Scan-Line 900 series, Scan-Line 800 series, Scan-Line 500 series, Scan-Line 7 series, Scan-Line 8 series, Scan-Line 1000 series, Scan-Line 80 series, Scan-Line 40/50, Scan-Line 10, 20, 30, Scan-Line Green 200, Napoli and Turin.
Sandstone keeps the heat long after the fire has gone out. Sandstone also gives your stove character. Sandstone is available in many different colours. Some sandstone looks like wood with structure and grains.
HETA’s sandstone comes from the Himalaya mountains at around the 2900 meters elevation. Sandstone is a fine-grained natural stone tied together by quartz sand. The fantastic play of colours in the stone comes from compaction through billions of years and surface flow. Thus, not two stones are equal.
Tobacco sandstone is available for Scan-Line 800 series, Scan-Line Green 200.
Blackwood sandstone is available for Scan-Line 800 series, Scan-Line 1000 series, Scan-Line Green 200, Scan-Line 900 series.
Limestone is a natural stone crafted over millions of years. Limestone has been used throughout the ages, from buildings to sculptures and now it is available on selected HETA stoves and pellet stoves.
HETA’s Limestone will give your stove a unique appearance, as well as hold the heat from the fire, releasing it slowly after the fire has gone out. Limestones Travertine like appearance, is stylish and timeless, fitting perfectly into your homes design.
Limestone is available for Scan-Line 800, Scan-Line Green 200, Scan-Line 900 series.
Ceramic tiles keep the heat long after the fire has gone out. The tiles also give your stove character. You can choose among 42 different colours. You can combine the colours to precisely suit your wish and your housing style.
It takes approximately 14 days to produce a ceramic tile. Much of the work is done by hand. The first step is the actual casting of the tile. When the tile has been casted, it is polished smooth with a sponge and air-dried. The glazing, which is the tile’s beautiful top layer, is sprayed on after it has been baked. Finally, the tile is baked again and is only now ready for use. All tiles have their own unique play of colours.
Ceramic tiles are available for Scan-Line 800 series, Scan-Line 500 series, Scan-Line 80 series (black/white), Scan-Line Tour 10, 20, 30, Scan-Line Green 200, Napoli and Turin.