3K Eco Compact Outdoor Wood Burning Stove
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Our new BTV 3K Compact Outdoor Wood Burning Stove really does pack a punch!
- 1 x Stove
- 5 x 40cm (length) 60mm (diameter) Stainless Steel Flue Pipes
- 1 x Spark Arrestor
- Kicking out around 3-5kw of heat once fully loaded and in full swing
- This stove will provide all the heat that you'll need
- Designed to be small and weighing under 15kg makes this stove perfect for a permanent fixing or mobile use.
- With a body width of just 15cm and a total height of just 50cm, this stove is perfect on the move.
- Built with a solid metal earth plate to add extra stability on unstable ground, this small and compact stove is perfect for all outdoor heating needs.
- Designed with a built in damper to the rear of the stove helps regulate the air flow much better than other models on the market allowing the fuel to last longer
- A smart built in front air dial for easy to use temperature control will allow you to adjust the temperature as you desire
- Load fuel from the top and close. Light a fuel lighter in the pull out ash tray and your away
- We have also added a small hot plate for heating your kettle
Additional extras such asa ; Heatproof Mat, Double Wall Heat Reducer and Magentic Thermostat, can all be added as you wish.
Additional pipes and bends can be found here.
Package Size: 44 x 38 x 25cm
Stove Width: 3mm (Body), 4mm (Top), 8mm (Base)
Safe Operating Disclaimer
Applies to all heating equipment in the way of wood burners and stoves sold in our store:
- Never leave the stove burning whilst unattended.
- Do not use indoors.
- Operate in a safe outdoor space.
- Only use in well-ventilated areas due to the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
- Never use it without a carbon monoxide alarm within a 2-metre radius of the stove..
- Glamping and camping users operating inside a tent, hut, cabin or other outdoor structure may do so at their own risk (please seek professional advice).
- Risk of fire from flying sparks and hot ash.
- Do not use the stove whilst sleeping.
- Never leave children alone with a stove in operation.
- A heatproof mat should always be placed under the stove to prevent hot embers from burning the ground underneath the stove (please note that a heat mat alone may not prevent heat transfer from the stove to the floor below so stoves should always be used on an earth plate to reduce heat transfer or you can use a thick slab, slate or block to stop the transfer of heat.
- Risk of melting and fire.
- Always use heat proof gloves when operating your stove.
- Install a safety cage to prevent burns.
- All parts of the stove can become very hot and should not be touched when operating.
- Should you decide to use this stove in a Bell Tent you do so at your own risk (we recommend that the fabric is fire retardant as hot embers or sparks may land on your tent which could cause a fire).
*Items left too close to a stove can catch fire very quickly. Did you know that it takes just a few minutes for a tent, hut, cabin to burn down regardless of whether it is fire retardant or not. For these reasons and due to the unpredictability of mother nature, wind and fire. Lux & Lav LTD trading as Bell Tent Village hold no liability whatsoever for accidents, damages caused by persons using this product. We do not recommend the use inside closed environments such as tents, huts, cabins, camper vans. This stove is intended for hobbyists and is to be used for recreational outdoor use in well ventilated areas. Users should seek professional advice, training and appropriate planning when using inside closed spaces.
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- Familiarise yourself with the open position of the damper gauge positioned inside the flue pipe (some of the flue pipes may seem tighter than others so be sure to swap between the flue sections if they feel too tight to be connected together as the fitting is naturally quite tight to prevent leakage of fumes).
- Be sure that the flue pipes are being installed the correct way around (you can use washing up liquid on the joint connections if they are too tight).
- Please note that the flue pipes may have sharp edges, safety gloves should be worn at all times when handling the pipes (care should be taken when storing and installing the pipes to prevent damages).
Starting your stove:
- Fill the middle section of your stove with a handful of our recycled fire lighters.
- Add stove burning wood and build around and on top of the fire lighters in a cone shape leaving the side facing the door clear.
- It is important not to add too much wood/fuel all at once.
- Check that the air damper positioned on the flue pipe exit is in the open position. 5. Ensure that the front air gauge is open too.
- Do not use spirits.
- Do not over fill with fuel
- Avoid burning paper.
- Take it easy, and practice with small amounts.
- Do not overheat your stove.
- Running your stove all out will reduce life and performance.
- Invest in a magnetic thermometer to understand the optimal running temperature of your stove.
Running your stove:
- Cooking - 180 - 250 degrees.
- Fast Heating - 300- 400 degrees.
- Steady Heat - 100- 250 degrees (Recommended).
*This stove can reach very high temperatures in excess of 500-600 degrees (we do not recommend operating at such high temperatures as operating at above 400 degrees for long periods of time will reduce the life of your stove).
Signs of overheating:
- Flashing kits, groundsheets and flooring under stoves may become very hot and melt.
- Flue pipes glowing red: your stove is too hot! If you stove is overheating you should cool down your stove immediately by starving it of oxygen, closing air inlet points!
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