Title of the thesis is provocative nature. I wrote it as a response to an article published on 8 July 2016 in the daily newspaper Dnevnik (in annex). Author Marjeta Kralj named it "Iz stanovanj bo treba zmetati neustrezne peči, kamine in štedilnike", which roughly translates to "furnaces, stoves and fireplaces need to be thrown out of houses. The article states the problem of carbon oxides and flotation of fine dust particles PM10 and PM2,5. In the introductory chapters I talk about stovemaking industry in Slovenia. These beginnings date as far as Emona villa and its hypocaust heating system which can be seen even today
in Ljubljana archeology park. I continue by describing the possible execution of different smaller burning devices and their combinations (for example: an extra separated furnace one floor above). The percentage yield of tiled stove are above 75% and when you install a heat exchanger this percentage increases substantially. In this thesis I have also made a simple case on how to heat single-room house with an tiled stove with the appropriate size for heating losses not excieding 8 kW. Before that I have thoroughly considered theoretical bases of calculations which I have derived from standard SIST EN 15544:2009 and documented them. I am putting large emphacies on wood as an energy source, which is highly available and close by to Slovenians. It is coal neutral and as such energy source of the future. I have also researched the possibilities of low emission burnout in small heating appliances. I was
fascinated by the fact that on Slovenian market already sell filters which purify the air of most harmful gasses and dust particles. Among the products there is a smart device "Florian" made by a company named ATech, which automatically calibrates the suction of smoke gasses in chimney pipes. The device increases percentage yield up to 20 %.