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Wamsler Cookers

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Wamsler Central Heating Cookers are high efficiency solid fuel cookers that are able to duct heat into your water supply, a stovetop jug, the lounge, and a succulent joint of roast meat at the same time. Renowned worldwide for their fine engineering and exhaustive list of functions, Wamsler was first established in Munich, Germany in 1875. By this point, they certainly know what they're doing.

A leading innovator in the field of kitchen and heating appliances for many years, Heatrite has been the proud Kiwi distributor of Wamsler since 1992. 

Our comprehensive range of options includes cookers for cooking and heating only, wetback options and central heating models for running radiators. From the gorgeous K128 series — a compact solution — to the larger K134 model, which is primed to heat a farmhouse, there is a Wamsler to meet your needs. All available models are easy to use, provide excellent performance and will look great in any kitchen.

Come in to our toasty showroom to behold a Wamsler, or view our brochure.

Visit Wamsler's website at www.wamslercookers.co.uk

MINIMUM CLEARANCES

When positioning the cooker certain minimum clearances from combustible walls and kitchen units must be observed.

MINIMUM CLEARANCES TO COMBUSTIBLE SURFACES
K148/K178/K97A

Rear (Measured from the top casting with lids) 150 mm (N.B)
Rear (measured from the top casting without lids) 285 mm
Side of cooker to side bench or vertical wall 220 mm

K128

Rear (Measured from the top casting with lid) 150 mm (N.B)
Rear (Measured from the top casting without lids) 310 mm
Side of cooker to side bench or vertical wall 375 mm

K134

Rear (Measured from the top casting with lids) 150 mm (N.B)
Rear (Measured from the top casting without lids) 300 mm
Side of cooker to side bench or vertical wall 305 mm

N.B (Rear clearances only applies if lids are fitted to the cooker. The K134 does not have lids but is available with a stainless steel splash back). Clearances specified above may be reduced by the installation of protective screens as outlined in AS/NZS 2918: 2001