I have three standard sizes of wood-burning stoves, which can also burn coal if they are fitted with an optional grate.
My large stove has been installed in narrow-boats, large live-in vehicles and studios. The maximum output is approximately 4kw which is more than adequate to heat a large space. Once loaded up, this stove can be easily kept in overnight, so no having to get out of bed in the middle of the night to feed it or waking up cold in the morning! My medium stove is suitable for long wheelbase vans and spaces such as yurts or shepherds huts and will stay in overnight easily. My small stove can be kept in with careful loading and good wood and is perfect for even the tiniest of spaces! These stoves all feature an oversize hotplate for cooking and warming food, doors which are as large as possible to save work splitting logs and a large removable baffle plate for efficiency and ease of cleaning.
- Firebox 18cm wide, 25cm long, 25cm high
- Overall Height 45cms
- Hotplate 25cm wide, 30cm long, 4" flue outlet
- 2kw max output
- Firebox 23cm wide, 30cm long, 25cm high
- overall Height 45cm
- Hotplate 30cm wide, 35cm long, 4" flue outlet
- 3kw max output
- Firebox 28cm wide, 33cm long, 30cm high
- overall Height 50cm
- Hotplate 35cm wide, 40cm long, 4" or 5" flue outlet
- 4kw max output
All of these stoves have feet pre-drilled for screwing down as standard.
Door hinges may be on the left or right at no extra charge.
- Windows may be added to the front or side of these stoves.
- Grate allowing it to burn coal.