Walltherm® - Vajolet Basic
The first water heating wood gasification stove for the livingroom!
The wood insert boiler stove Walltherm® Vajolet Basic is the first ever stove to combine the characteristics of a traditional stove with the technical attributes and efficiency of a reverse combustion log gasification boiler.
The Walltherm® Vajolet Basic is the newest insert wood boiler stove of Wallnöfer.
It has a very economical and ecological way to burn the wood because of the gasification process. This means it uses less wood than most other stoves but provides even more power. It achieves very low emissions (only 13,2mg of dust) and an unparalleled efficiency of 90%.
Through its unique double windows, the Walltherm® gives you an extraordinary sight of two flames. In the upper combustion chamber you can admire a cosy wood fire while the lower combustion chamber shows a spectacular gasification flame burning in reverse. The gasification flame works without any fan and electricity!
The reverse flame is not only beautiful to see, but it´s also very hot (over 900°C). The extremely hot exhaust gases exit the stove through the internal heat exchanger which is designed to absorb the highest amount of heat possible.The temperature of the outgoing exhaust gases on top of the stove is only about 130°C - 170°C depending on the chimney draft.
The upper combustion chamber of the new Walltherm® Vajolet Basic wood insert boiler stove is made in stainless steel.
Additionally the new Walltherm® Vajolet is nearly jacketed completely with water so that 80% of the produced heat will be used in the central heating system. The remaining 20% ensure a pleasant radiating warmth.
In total, the Walltherm® Vajolet Basic 10 kW of the stove can be used to heat a normal house of up to 150m² including the domestic hot water. With the radiant heat of about 2 kW, the Walltherm® Vajolet supplies a room of up to 50m².
Because of the high power output of the stove, we recommend connecting a storage tank with 1000 liters or more.
We can offer the Walltherm® Vajolet Basic model in the colors black and grey.
Choosing stainless steel for the upper combustion chamber shows that Wallnöfer want to offer products with extra long duration and highest quality!
The doors of both combustion chambers are equipped with double glass whitch guarantees the maximum boiler efficiency. The frame of the doors is available in stainless steel or in a special edition black option. (see pictures).
The air cooled handles are serial accessories, optionally they can be mount on the left.
Lighting the fire in the Walltherm® Vajolet Basic is very easy:
Firstly, manually open the flue bypass to allow the fumes to flow directly to the chimney.
Then load small amounts of kindling and 3-4 logs of wood to begin lighting the fire. Secondly, the chimney will start to increase in temperature along with the boiler jacket.
Thirdly, Observing that a 3-4 cm layer of ember is visible in the upper combustion chamber, add more logs on top of the embers and allow them to light. Close the flue by pass and enjoy the spectacular reverse flame.
Depending on the wood type and quantity the burning time can be up to 5 hours.
Double glass for both doors
Air Cooled Handles
Doors with stainless steel frame or in a special edition Black option
Efficiency: 91 %
- Energy efficiency class: A+
- Nominal heat output: 10 kW
- Heat output min / max: 8- 15 kW
- How the heat is divided: 80% to the water, 20% radiant heat
- Fine particles: 13,2 mg/Nm³
- Combustion air connection from bottom: ø125 mm
- Combustion air connection from behind: ø125 mm
- Operating pressure: 2 bar
- Chimney draft 12 Pa - 15 Pa / max. 20 Pa
- Weight: ~ 300 kg (without water)
- Water contenc: 80 lt
- Combustion chamber size: 55 lt
- Chimney connection: ø150 mm
- Exhaust stream: 8,8 g/s
- Exhaus gas temperature: ~ 130-170 °C
- Exhaus gas temperature (lighting phase): ca. 250 - 400 °C
- Fuel: dry wood (under 20% humidity)
- Lenght: up to 35cm
- dimensions: height 1373 mm, width 531 mm, depth 635 mm
- minimum distance to burnable material: lateral 10 cm, back 10 cm, front 100 cm
- norm: EN13229
Warranty: 5 years on the body (wear parts excluded), 2 years on fittings and electrical components
The boiler insert stove Walltherm® Basic completely integrated in a wall. On the backside all the technical parts are accessible.
Walltherm Vajolet Basic
with white Firepanels and cover in stone.
Recommended for the Walltherm:
The optionally accessory WAL04:
Based on a digital solar thermal controller, this special version called WAL04 can also be used to operate the Walltherm stoves. The display shows you relevant values like exhaust gas temperature and the water temperature in the stove and in the storage tank. Furthermore it can sound an alarm if the exhaust gas temperature rises above a certain value, to remind the user to close the exhaust fume flap of the stove.
The controller WAL04 closes automatically the electric air inlet flap, if the water temperature isn't high enough. This function prevent a cooling of the not working stove due to the cold air circulation from the outside is stopped.
Items deliverd with the stove
- Walltherm Vajolet Basic wood insert boiler stove
- Pump group with 3-way valve and high efficient pump
- Utensils (broom, poker, ash scoop)
- Cleaning brushes
- Instruction Manual
Frequently asked questions
The Walltherm works with the natural draft of the chimney, the draft is therefore very important. It must not be less than 12Pa and 15Pa would be great. Your sweep can measure the draft and confirm the values.
A chimney of 6m or more of vertical lenght and a (round) diamenter of 150-200mm is usually perfectly working. The chimney must be insulated! Horizontal smoke pipes reduce the draft so avoid them if possible. Connecting the stove with a 45° or 60° angle to the chimney is better than 90°.
No. While heating up the Walltherm, the fume flap is opened and the fume can exit the stove with relatively high temperatures of more than 300°C. This will preheat the chimney and the humidity dries out. Only after the chimney is hot, the gasification process is started. The exhaust temperature drops to 130-170°C but because of the clean burning, chimney sooting will not occur.
Wood should be stored in a dry place for at least 2 years before burning it. The humidity should be be less than 20%, however, 15% is even better. Both soft and hard wood can be burned.
The combustion chamber is designed for wood logs up to 35cm length, and it has a capacity of ~50 litres.
The consumption depends mostly from the type and quality of the burned wood, but generally you can expect around 3-4 hourst of burning with soft wood and around 5 hours with a full load of hard wood.
If the chimney draft is strong enough, there shouldn´t be much smoke coming out of the stove. Before opening the doors you would open the exhaust fume flap, so most of the smoke can exit through the chimney. The best solution is not to open the doors before all the wood is burned down.
Removing the ashes from the upper and lower combustion chamber is done daily before lighting the stove. Once in a week you should remove the cast iron grids from the upper combustion chamber and clean the ashes out of the ash boxes below. This is done easily with an ash vacuum cleaner.
The heat exchanger is cleaned with long steel brushes which are delivered together with the stove. To clean the heat exchanger you must remove a cover behind the chimney tube exit on top of the stove. The fume channels lying below are then cleaned with the steel brushes while all the dirt falls down into the lower combustion chamber from where it can be removed with an ash shovel. This procedure is done every 6-8 month.
Every 2-3 years you will need to change the sealings of doors and cleaning openings. The injectorblock made of stainless steel and the cast iron grids will last for approximately 2-5 years, depending on how much the stove is murning. Refractory stones can get cracked on the surface which doesn´t neccessarily mean that they need to be replaced. Only after 5-8 years they will start crumbling, then you should replace them. In individual cases the glass of the lower combustion door can get opaque because of the extremely high temperature exposure, this will require a replacement glass.
In certain countries this is regulated by law, for example in Germany you would need 55L per 1kW of power output from the stove. So for the Walltherm this would mean around 600l as a minimum. We reccomend you to use a 1000l tank or even bigger.
The Walltherm woodstove delivers its energy to the storage tank, from there the heating system is fed. This means the heating pumps for the floor heating or for the radiators must not run, if the water in the storage tank is too cold. Otherwise cold water could circulate in the heating system. Some heating controllers don´t check the storage temperature before starting the heating pumps because the controller assumes there is an automatic heating source like a gas or oil burner connected to the storage tank. Such an automatic heating source would start heating the storage tank as soon as it´s temperature falls below a certain level. The Walltherm is no automatic heating source, so if the stove is the only heating source, the heating controller must check the storage tank temperature prior to starting the heating pumps!
The pump unit with the thermal 3-way valve ensures that the temperature of the water in the stoves heat exchanger remains at a level above 60°C during the burning. Condensation can occur on the inside of the stove if the water would be too cold, this would damage the stove over time.
Another result would be a worse burning and more unburned residues in the channels of the heat exchanger.
The 5 year warranty on the stove is only valid if it´s used with a properly working pumpg group with 3-way valve.
a) Chimney with enough natural draft
b) The floor/ceiling must hold a weight of 300kg for the stove or more if it´s inserted.
c) Pipes connections:
2 x pipes for flow and return (1“)
1 x fresh water connection
1 x drain
d) If combustion air is taken from outside, the air channel must least to the stoves position.
e) Distance to flammable objects must be maintained. Follow your local rules and regualtions but mostly 20cm of distance will be required. The stove must be placed on a non-inflammable surface (metal sheet, glass plate or stone)