Specflue among the honours at the Home and Hearth Exhibition Awards

The Vivo 80 model for which Sudbury-based Specflue won an award at the Home and Hearth Exhibition Aw

The Vivo 80 model for which Sudbury-based Specflue won an award at the Home and Hearth Exhibition Awards. - Credit: Archant

Sudbury-based chimney and flue supplier Specflue has received an award for excellence in the design, innovation and quality of its products.

The Vivo 80 was overall winner of the Pellet or Wood Chip Boiler Appliance of the Year Award at this year’s Hearth and Home Exhibition Awards.

The appliance, manufactured by MCZ and supplied by Specflue, scored highly in all of the criteria for its innovative features and general design, its construction and quality and the consumer and installation advantages of the product.

The judges were especially impressed with the flame picture and efficiency, as well as the build quality of the appliance.

Specflue also achieved finalist status in the Wood Log or Multi-Fuel Appliance of the Year category for its Termatech TT22HS, a woodburner with a high quality build and environmentally friendly combustion.

The awards were presented at the Hearth & Home Exhibition by Chris Bossart, chairman of the judging panel and Erica Royle, editor at Fires & Fireplaces magazine.

It is the second year running the Specflue has received recogntion at the awards.