Eva Calòr - Production of Certified Pellet Stoves

Environmental heat

Thanks to his ecological nature, Eva Calòr heats the environment where you live in a eco-friendly manner. Eva Calòr stoves burns wood or pellets, a renewable and ecological fuel.
Why use a stove as a heating source? Wood is a renewable energy resource. Differently from what happens when fossil fuels are burnt, such as diesel oil, gas or coal, which are resources that are bound to run out and have a negative environmental impact, when wood burns, it is possible to speak about zero environmental impact. In contrast to these types of fuels, when it burns, wood releases an amount of carbon dioxide which is equivalent to that absorbed by a tree during its growth. This process is called carbon cycle.

Safe Heat

Severe testing and quality control carried out by the most authoritative international certification boards together with the quality control carried out by a team of specialists within the company are fundamental in the manufacturing process of Eva Calòr stoves. Extreme testing and quality control, and inspection of mechanic and electric components for a top-notch product in terms of safety, quality and performance.
In achieving maximum safety standards in all Eva Calòr stoves, a particular thermostat has been installed in order to guarantee greater reliability. A “manually recharged” mechanic system guarantees that the machine will automatically stop in case extreme temperatures have been exceeded.

As an electronic accessory there is a remote control, which is provided as an optional item.


All our products have been rigorously tested by the certification bodies IMQ and KIWA Cermet Italia to verify that they the following standards:

European conformity mark

EN 14785
Pellet stove regulations

EN 13240
Wood stove regulations

EN 12815
Wood heating stove and cooker regulations

EN 303.5
Boiler regulations

German anti-pollution regulations

15a B-VG
Austrian regulations

Swiss fi re safety body

Swiss regulations

German Federal Office for Economic Affairs and Export Control