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Small sauna wood stove

Small sauna wood stove

Regular price $400.00
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Wood burning sauna stove

Our portable wood sauna stove does a great job of creating a sauna in small spaces and a outdoor sauna wood burning in the shortest possible time with maximum efficiency.

Sauna kit wood burning is ready to use immediately after installation. Sauna stove has a rocks basket that can hold about ~ 40 kg of stones. For ease of movement and installation, the sauna stove has folding legs, they are very strong and able to withstand heavy loads.

Excellent and cheap sauna wood heater allows you to prepare a room with an internal temperature of 70-80 degrees Celsius (~180 Fahrenheit) in 1-2 hours.

Wood fired sauna stove dimensions

Width: 230 mm (9.06 inch)

Length: 365 mm (14.37 inch)

Steel thickness: 3 mm (0.12 inch)

Glass thickness: 4 mm (0.16 inch)

Weight: 15 kg (33 lbs)

  • sauna wood heater painted with heat-resistant paint that can withstand up to 1200 temperature Celsius (2192 Fahrenheit)
  • the glass is made of high-strength refractory glass 
  • the door opening and locking handles are made of heat-resistant plastic
  • high quality welding parts

      A sauna with a traditional stoves is not just a place to relax and unwind, it is a true work of art where traditional materials and manual labor are as important as functionality and comfort.

      Sauna stoves can come in different sizes, shapes, and designs, but the basic principles of their operation are perfectly suited for creating a pleasant and healthy atmosphere inside the sauna.

      The benefits of wood-fired ovens for saunas are evident. Firstly, they have high thermal efficiency and are capable of quickly heating up the room, making the time spent in the sauna even more enjoyable and effective for the body. Secondly, sauna stoves do not require electricity, making them ideal for use in remote areas without access to electricity.

      In addition, stove for saunas are a wonderful decor element, adding authenticity and naturalness to your sauna. You can choose a sauna stove that matches your style and design to create an atmosphere that suits you. 

      Sauna stove with a basket for stones are a popular type of sauna stove that allows for a more comfortable and healthier atmosphere in a room. The stones placed in a special basket on the top of the stove heat up along with the stove and can be used for various purposes.

      One of the main advantages of a sauna stove is the ability of the stones to retain heat and release it gradually over a long period of time. This allows for the warmth to be retained in the room even after the fire in the sauna stove has died down. Additionally, the stones can be used for creating a steam room or sauna, making a sauna stove an ideal choice for those who want to enjoy the benefits of a sauna in the comfort of their own home.

      Top of the sauna stove is usually made of high-quality steel or cast iron and has a special opening for loading the stones. The stones should be selected to be of an appropriate size and shape and heating along with the sauna stove.

      Overall, sauna stoves are an excellent choice for those seeking a reliable and efficient heating system for their home or cottage. With the unique properties of the stones and the ability to create a steam room, such sauna stoves allow for the creation of a cozy atmosphere in the room and improve the overall health and well-being of the residents of the house.

      Sauna stones

      Not all stones are suitable for use in a wood stove.

      Firstly, the stones should be large enough to be placed in a special place on the top of the stove. Their size should also be proportional to the size of the stove to provide even heat distribution.

      In addition, the stones should be hard enough to withstand high temperatures without splitting or cracking. Typically, the most suitable stones for use in a wood stove are basalt, granite, diabase, and serpentine.

      Each type of stone has its unique properties and characteristics. For example, basalt stones have high thermal conductivity, allowing them to heat up quickly and retain heat. Granite stones, on the other hand, can be used for creating a steam room or sauna due to their dense structure and resistance to high temperatures.

      It is important to note that using unsuitable stones can lead to various problems, such as cracking or splitting of stones when heated, as well as damage to the stove. Therefore, when choosing stones for a sauna stove, their quality, size, and resistance to high temperatures should be taken into account.

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      You can order a wood stove with or without chimneys
      Production time 5-7 days


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