The Pellet Fire Re-invented

    5-Year Firebox
    and Quiet


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  • Perfect peace and quiet thanks to continuously variable motor

    Operating noises are reduced to a minimum thanks to the continuous pellet feed and optimised flue gas routing. The intermittent noise produced by conventional pellet fires is eliminated with the continuously variable screw conveyor motor.

    Peaceful comfort
  • Your pellet fire is going online

    You can control your pellet fire whenever, wherever and however you choose using Rika firenet - on any PC or mobile device with internet access. The module connecting your fire to your home wifi is compatible with all RIKA models with touchscreen (all current models except the Memo). All you need is a user account on the RIKA website.

    Independent of the operating system or app
    Easy to use
    SSL data security
  • Convenient control with touch display

    Simple and direct. Whether you prefer handling your pellet fire via touch display or wifi from your mobile phone, the user-friendly interface allows you to maintain complete control.

    Intuitive and self-explanatory operation
    Mobile control via wifi
  • Natural heat distribution without fan

    As with wood fires, the warm air is distributed by means of radiant heat and convection heat. The convection fan usually found on pellet fires, which raises dust and generates noise, is dispensed with completely. (Optional convection fan available for Como, Revo and Topo models).

    Pleasant convection heat
    No raised dust
    Quiet operation
  • Self-cleaning for minimum effort

    The Topo and Sumo models are equipped with a fully automatic, tipping grate ash removal system.This is ideal for homeowners who want to make the most of the timer and thermostat operation.

    Minimum cleaning work
    Longer heating periods