AGA Ludlow Cast Iron Stove

Ludlow

Equally at home in a traditional or contemporary setting, the Ludlow offers understated style, classic design and exquisite detail.

Also available in Smoke Exempt.

The Ludlow is a medium-sized solid fuel or wood-burning stove. The nominal heat output is 6.5kW from wood, increasing to a maximum of 9.9kW with 76.2% efficiency; solid fuels will achieve a nominal heat output of 6.2kW with 69.2% efficiency.

Like all AGA stoves, it benefits from the AGA Active Air Wash System - cutting-edge technology that optimises heat performance, reduces harmful emissions and keeps the stove window clean so you can enjoy the relaxing effect of a real fire.

The beauty of the Ludlow stove is in its simplicity. Not only is it easy to use, it can be left to burn overnight so you're greeted in the morning by a beautifully warm room. It's incredibly easy to clean too, thanks to the Ludlow's removable shaker grate, ash pan, fire fence and ash tray.

Available in matt black.

Technical Specifications

  • Unpacked Dimensions
    • Height 588mm
    • Width 454mm
    • Depth 456mm
    • Weight 77kg
    • Height To Centre Of Rear Flue 469mm
    • Flue Requirement Class I
  • Efficiency
    • Wood 76.2%
    • MSF 69.2%
    • Airwash Yes
  • Fuel
    • Solid Fuel Yes
    • Wood Yes
  • Flue
    • Top Yes
  • Position
    • Free Standing Yes
  • Finish
    • Matt Yes
  • Function
    • Room Heater Yes

Recommended fuel types:
Wood, coal, anthracite and peat briquettes.

How it Works
Active Air Wash

AGA Active Air Wash System
This clever technology is used to keep the glass of our stoves clean, allowing a clear view of the fire, while ensuring every stove runs as efficiently as possible. This guarantees maximum heat output is achieved from the fuel used and minimises harmful emissions. It also creates the perfect conditions for combustion by carefully channelling fresh air below, around and above the firebox. Before re-entering the atmosphere, any solid particles and volatile gases produced by the fire are re-ignited and destroyed.


Stove or open fire?
An open fire will warm the room, but it has many drawbacks that a stove doesn't. For example, the majority of heat produced by an open fire - up to 85% - will escape through the chimney. Using a stove, heat remains in the room due to the warm air that's continuously circulating around it. And, because an AGA stove is made with cast-iron panels, it can store heat while the stove is lit - so the heat continues radiating through the room long after the embers have died away.


A stove is also much more efficient at circulating heat through large rooms and the warmth can even rise up stairwells to landings. This means you won't have to rely as much on other heating systems within your home, which could in turn reduce your energy bills.

Fuel Types

Information on wood fuels
Unlike fossil fuels, such as coal, gas or oil, wood is carbon neutral. This means that burning a log of wood only produces as much carbon dioxide as a log decomposing on the forest floor. If used in the right circumstances wood can be a highly economical choice, too.

Dry seasoned wood contains up to 90% less moisture than fresh cut wood, which means it produces less steam and saves up to 50% of potential heat.

Also keep in mind that hard wood is a better option than soft wood as it is slower to burn, meaning you will use less.

Wood is a renewable fuel source that is gentler on the environment. It also helps the preservation of fossil fuels such as coal and oil.

Hints and tips

  • For the best drying conditions, store your logs in a dry store allowing plenty of air to flow around them
  • Wood burns best on a bed of ash so make sure your firebox always has some ash in it
  • Pick out the driest logs; they're easy to spot as the bark comes away easily

Information on solid fuels
There is a wide range of solid fuels available. The main fuel sources used are coal, anthracite and peat briquettes. If you're heating your home 24 hours a day, solid fuel is by far the most economical choice as it generates more heat than wood. It is, however, a less renewable fuel source. Heating your property with solid fuels could also help to reduce condensation and eliminate household mould and toxins.

Hints and tips

  • Clean out the stove daily if using solid fuels as they create more ash than wood does. Coal also burns better on a clean grate.

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