Wood Burning Sauna Stoves

Wood Burning Sauna Stoves

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Stylish, durable and economical, the special quality of heat provided by a woodburner can make for the purest sauna enjoyment.

The special aroma in wood-heated saunas makes for especially pleasant bathing, and it's the purist's way to sauna - however please note that wood-burning stoves are not well suited to small saunas or commercial saunas.

They are best enjoyed in outdoor (garden) saunas of fairly generous proportions, ideally with masonry walls and floor in the stove area.

For installations into an all-wooden cabin, the 'Heat Shielding Kit' and 'Insulated Chimney' are usually necessary to prevent fire risk.

How do I properly light and maintain my sauna stove?

To light your sauna stove, start by placing small pieces of kindling and dry wood in the firebox. Use a firestarter or newspaper to ignite the wood. Once the fire is going, add larger pieces of wood. To maintain the stove, make sure to keep the ash pan clean and check for any leaks or damage to the stove.

How often do I need to add wood to my sauna stove?

This will depend on the size of your sauna and the type of wood you are using. Softwoods will need to be added more frequently than hardwoods. As a general rule, you should add wood to your sauna stove every 15-30 minutes to keep the heat and steam at the desired level.

How do I control the temperature in my sauna?

The temperature in your sauna can be controlled by adjusting the amount of air that enters the firebox and by regulating the amount of wood that is added to the stove. You can also use a thermometer to monitor the temperature and make adjustments as needed.