The new stoves and Tube Stub, the first and second pellet burning stove, designed by the team emo design for MCZ were presented at Progetto Fuoco 2012. Tube and Stub born by the now-established collaboration between the design thinking of emo design and lacompetenza technological MCZ.
Studied in detail, the pellet stove Tube, due to its circular shape, presents the typical signs of dellinguaggio wood stoves Nordic, linearity and simplicity, so far quite far from the complexity of the product pellet. Balanced proportions combined with small diameter (only 52cm) give a contemporary appeal to this product that is very close in style and vocation, Almondo combustion legna.Tube to introduce a more democratic and versatile, designed to meet the ' end user who will lapossibilità to experiment with new furnishing solutions, optimizing space and choosing from a range dicolorazioni modern such as bronze, obtained by a special painting. In Tube vents for the escape of air they are replaced by a slot perimeter positioned between the camera body and the top aluminum taper.
Hiding one of the most visible parts technical einvasive of pellet stoves, this aesthetic detail helps to bring more products to those pellet wood, traditionally linked to a cleaner design. With Stub, Emo design rethinks woodstove "Nordic", characterized by cylindrical forms, enriching it with a touch of originality "made in Italy" due to aesthetic details and materials. MCZ same goes for the first time in the market of storage stoves, models with a refractory mass positioned above the hearth able to accumulate the heat releasing it gradually with increased performance and lower fuel consumption. The small size, the balanced geometry of the shape and the large hearth contribute to present Stub as a stove with a strong character, able to produce fire in a minimal environment but without neglecting the tradition. The adjustment ring input air has been integrated into the camera body, with a patented push & pull that keeps the exterior clean and straightforward. Emo design projects arise from a careful market research and a great sensitivity to the perception of the end combined with aesthetic rigor and knowledge of matter. In a nutshell, a stove of success is not created in one night!