Wood Burning Sauna Stoves

Wood Burning Sauna Stoves

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  1. Harvia 20 SL
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    Output kW 24,1
    Weight kg 70
    Dimensions depth cm 51 + 22
    Dimensions width cm 43
    Dimensions height cm 76
    Sauna room min. m3 8,00
    Sauna room max. m3 20,00
    Stone capacity max. kg 40,00
    Dimensions depth cm 72,00
    Dimensions height cm 76,00
    £825.00
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  2. Harvia 20 Boiler
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    Output kW 24,1
    Weight kg 65
    Dimensions depth cm 51
    Dimensions width cm 43
    Dimensions height cm 76
    Sauna room min. m3 8
    Sauna room max. m3 20
    Sauna min. height 190
    Stone capacity max. kg 40
    £875.00
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  3. Harvia 20 SL Boiler
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    Output kW 24,1
    Weight kg 75
    Dimensions depth cm 51 + 22
    Dimensions width cm 43
    Dimensions height cm 76
    Sauna room min. m3 8
    Sauna room max. m3 20
    Sauna min. height 190
    Stone capacity max. kg 40
    £950.00
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  4. Harvia 20 Duo
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    Output kW 24,1
    Weight kg 80
    Dimensions depth cm 51 + 28
    Dimensions width cm 43
    Dimensions height cm 76
    Sauna room min. m3 8
    Sauna room max. m3 20
    Stone capacity max. kg 40
    £1295.00
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  5. Harvia 36 Duo
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    Color Steel
    Output kW 31
    Weight kg 80
    Dimensions depth cm 51 + 28
    Dimensions width cm 51
    Dimensions height cm 81
    Sauna room min. m3 14
    Sauna room max. m3 36
    Stone capacity max. kg 60
    £1495.00
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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.