Burley Wakerley 9112 12kW Wood Burning Stove

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  • Description

    The largest stove in Burley’s Fireball range of stoves, the Wakerley boasts unit Fireball Vortex technology which envelopes the fuel in a cyclone, burning more efficiently compared to other stoves. With a 12kW nominal heat output, this stove is a fantastic choice for larger rooms and open-plan living areas. It’s packed with modern features, including the Quaternary combustion system that reduces maintenance significantly. 

    A super-wide viewing window gives you a stunning view of the dancing flames inside, kept crystal clear by a powerful airwash system. A chic and simple design means that this timeless stove will look perfect paired with both contemporary and traditional décor. 

    It’s just as impressive when it comes to efficiency, too, with a heat efficiency rating of 84.9% and an A+ energy rating. It’s met all the latest EcoDesign standards for wood burner emissions and particulates. 

    The Burley Wakerley is a showroom exclusive model. Please call 0161 376 4191 to order or for more information.

    View our Guide to Wood Burning Stoves
  • Specifications
    Brand Burley
    Guarantee 5 Years
    Efficiency 84.9%
    Energy Rating A Plus
    DEFRA Approved No
    Airwash System Yes
    Construction Steel
    Flue Outlet Top Only
    Flue Size 6-inch (150mm)
    Fuel Type Wood Only
    Grate Type Wood Burning Only
    Log Length 580mm
    Heat Output 18.3 kW
    Suitable For 12mm Hearth Yes
    External Air Compatible Yes
    More Colours No
    Distance to Combustibles - Top 450mm
    Distance to Combustibles - Sides 450mm
    Distance to Combustibles - Rear 200mm
  • Product Sizes
    Burley Wakerley 9112 12kW Wood Burning Stove
    Overall Height (A) 780mm
    Overall Width (B) 750mm
    Overall Depth (C) 405mm
    Rear to Centre of Top Flue (F) 105mm
    Width to Centre of Top Flue (E) 375mm
    Height to Centre of Rear Flue (D) n/a
  • Liner Pack & Stove Kits
    Direct Stoves - Stove Fitting Kits*
    What's included in the fitting kit
    • 1. Black stove pipe.
    • 2. A registration plate is used to seal the chimney opening off from the room preventing dust, soot, dirt and debris falling down the chimney. It also helps to prevent a draft coming down the chimney. We supply a standard 800mm x 400mm galvanised steel register plate with all our stoves. You will simply need to cut the plate to size to fit into your chimney opening.
    • 3. We also provide you with a single stove glove that you can use for stoking the fire and adding wood without the risk of personal injury.

    *Only available for wood, multifuel and gas stoves. Excluded for the following which do not need these items: inset stoves, electric stoves, flueless and balanced flue gas stoves and outdoor & garden products.

    Optional Extras.
    Carbon Monoxide Detector:

    Due to an update to Building Regulations it is now law to have a Carbon Monoxide alarm present in any room with a solid fuel appliance:- The Building Regulations 2000 Approved Document J (2010 Edition) '2.34 Where a new or replacement fixed solid fuel appliance is installed in the dwelling, a carbon monoxide alarm should be provided in the room where the appliance is located.'

    Flue Liner Packs:
    The flue liner pack consists of; a flue adaptor, which connects the stove pipe to the flexible flue liner, Dura Flue flexible flue liner (this will have a relevant diameter to the outlet size of the stove and 316 Grade) cut to the required length and a pot hanger rain cap, this supports the flue liner from the top of the chimney and also acts as a bird guard and rain cap.

    Stove Pipe with Door:
    A stove pipe with door or access point, allows the chimney to be swept through the pipe itself.

    Stove Glass Insurance:
    If you select to take out our stove glass insurance this covers your stove glass for the time period you select. If your glass breaks within that time period we will send you a replacement piece of glass regardless of the reason the glass broke. All we will ask is that you send a picture of the broken glass.
    The insurance only covers you for one replacement piece of glass. It doesn't cover you if you break the replacement piece of glass.
    All stove glass is covered during delivery and any glass broken in transit to you will be replaced free of charge, without affecting your stove glass insurance.

    Please make the relevant selection above when placing your order if you require any of these parts and also select whether or not you require a Carbon Monoxide alarm sending out with your order. Please note that if these parts aren't selected with your order we can't send them for free after your order has been delivered.
  • Reviews
  • Q & A
    A lady called Pauline asked the very reasonable question: why is this stove not DEFRA approved, and does it matter. The reply by Henry Lewis would have been a credit to any politician, in that it fails to answer her query!
    Defining the DEFRA criteria still begs the question: why has this stove not had the DEFRA modification, testing and approval? I would like an answer to this as well, as I'm considering buying this stove; and whilst not in a Smoke Control Area, it would helpful to be able to explain the missing certification to our building inspector, who is very focussed and enquiring (no bad thing).
    Would someone please answer the question? Thanks!
    Question by: Quentin Craven on 30 Mar 2021, 11:44
    Hi there Quentin , my apologies regarding the pervious answer to this question, but thanks for the career advice haha! Essentially, this is something that is personal to the manufacturer themselves, so why Burley have decided to not run this for DEFRA testing I am not entirely sure, I am sorry about that! I was just trying to give a bit more content surrounding what DEFRA is and why she may not have needed to worry about it for her area. You could perhaps ask Burley? Sorry again as this probably doesn't answer the question, but I hope this helps as much as possible!
    Answer by: Henry Lewis on 30 Mar 2021, 13:10
    Hi, why is this stove not DEFRA approved and does it matter?
    Question by: Pauline Hale on 20 Mar 2021, 17:36
    Hi Pauline, thanks for getting in touch.

    A Defra Approved stove, or to give it the correct name, a Defra Smoke Exempt Appliance, is a wood burning stove which has been tested and passed the UK Government's Department of Environment, Farming and Rural Affairs (Defra) criteria for emission levels and the amount of smoke that it will be allowed to produce during all stages of normal operation.

    Generally, a 'Defra Approved' stove has been modified by the manufacturer to limit the amount that it can be 'closed down' or in other words, by how much it can be starved of air which creates smoky combustion. A Defra Approved stove will therefore always provide the minimum level of combustion air so that the wood burns efficiently without producing unnecessary smoke, thus ensuring that the appliance complies with the Clean Air Act. A Defra Approved wood burner will therefore allow you to burn wood legally in a UK Smoke Control Area – most of the UK's cities and large towns.

    So you need to check whether in your area you will need a DEFRA approved stove or not!

    I hope this helps!
    Answer by: Henry Lewis on 22 Mar 2021, 11:45
  • Delivery Info

    Free 1 Man Delivery – For Full Details Please See Delivery Information

    Our "Free Delivery" is a one-man service. The goods will arrive on a lorry that is about the size of a fire engine. (Please let us know in advance if you have restricted access or other local issues that could affect delivery).

    The lorry has a tail lift that allows the driver to get the item(s) off the vehicle. The order will be packed and secured onto a pallet and the driver will have a pallet truck. He'll be able to wheel this as close as possible to your property. The pallet truck can only be wheeled over a finished surface so it's not possible to wheel it over a gravelled drive, steps, steep slopes for example. The pallets are normally about 1m wide so this is the minimum width gate they can fit through. Please note that the driver is not insured to unpack or carry the item(s) into your house.

    Fitting Kits and Liner Packs might arrive separately by courier delivery on the same day unless specified/requested in advance. An email confirmation will be sent if this is the case.

    If the goods are showing 48hr delivery, then this is the quickest time we're able to deliver these items (We do not deliver at weekends). You'll be asked to select a delivery date when purchasing the goods. Please note that if you live offshore these dates do not apply as it will take us slightly longer to get the goods to you and we will contact you directly.

    Please note that it is an all-day delivery service which is generally from 9 am – 6 pm Monday to Friday. Delivery Depots, if they have the facility, will text in advance but as the vans do multiple runs a day you might not receive a text until the afternoon if this service is available.

    Due to current pallet network pressures mainly due to driver shortages we cannot guarantee delivery on your chosen day but will do our best to communicate this as soon as we are made aware by the carriers.


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  • User Manuals and Guides
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    Installation instructions and user guide for the Burley Fireball range of stoves including: Springdale 9103, Debdale 9104, Hollywell 9105, Brampton 9108 and Wakerley 9112 models.
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    Flue & Ducting Warranty sheet for Chimney Liner. Please read carefully if you have ordered a liner kit with your stove. Contains important information.