Woodburner for campervan (1 Viewer)

taj soirca

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Beautiful hand forged woodburner for sale.Full set up,chimney,cowling included.Less than 1 yr old
 

Langtoftlad

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Hmmm - signed up for free to sell his "hand forged" wood burner.

My mate made a brilliant one out of a gas cannister - inundated with folk wanting one. He's not interested.

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If I was looking for a stove for the camper I would go for something like this
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only about 12 " square. only problem would be keeping enough fuel in for a decent amount of heating time.
 

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If I was looking for a stove for the camper I would go for something like this View attachment 483146
only about 12 " square. only problem would be keeping enough fuel in for a decent amount of heating time.
Have you got more info on this that you would like to share, make, model, output?

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Have you got more info on this that you would like to share, make, model, output?
This is all I know, don't know any suppliers.

Weā€™ve seen a lot of cubic mini stoves in camper vans, especially Mercedes Sprinter Conversions. The cubic mini measures 11ā€³ x 12ā€³ x 10.5ā€³ and can produce up to 14,000 BTUā€™s. Thatā€™s enough to heat an RV up to 40ā€² long!

At that size, you could safely fix this thing anywhere. Whatā€™s more, the top of the unit is the perfect size for warming up food or boiling a kettle.

With a cubic mini, you donā€™t need to sacrifice masses of floor space and can still take advantage of the dry, humidity-eradicating heat that comes from burning wood and smokeless coal.


 

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Have you got more info on this that you would like to share, make, model, output?
Its a cubic mini ...about Ā£500 for the stove and then the flue etc is another Ā£150 or so .....they also do one a bit bigger called the grizzly.

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Northernraider

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Have you got more info on this that you would like to share, make, model, output?
Here's there website......that one is the cub.

Quite expensive though by the time you buy all the extra bits.
Theres quite a few manufacturers/suppliers in uk do stoves for in vans. Ive not decided yet which one im going for as theres a few i like
 
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Back in 2015 we looked at putting a stove in our Sunseeker, unfortunately at that time we either couldn't find someone to insure us with it or the quotes were to extrem.
They would insure in a selfbuild but not to put in an exsisting motorhome.

these were our choices then:
Or

There was no guidance/regulation as such but we were going to use the boatbuilders info as a guide for our installatio:
www.boatsafetyscheme.org/stay-safe-advice/solid-fuel-stoves/new-stove-new-chimney/

Still would like one in a van sometime.

Shawn
 
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Had a morso stove in a previous house, itā€™s a good stove. I would like a squirrel one with the back boiler at the top. It seems to give good output to the hot water.

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Northernraider

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Back in 2015 we looked at putting a stove in our Sunseeker, unfortunately at that time we either couldn't find someone to insure us with it or the quotes were to extrem.
They would insure in a selfbuild but not to put in an exsisting motorhome.

these were our choices then:
Or

There was no guidance/regulation as such but we were going to use the boatbuilders info as a guide for our installatio:
www.boatsafetyscheme.org/stay-safe-advice/solid-fuel-stoves/new-stove-new-chimney/

Still would like one in a van sometime.

Shawn
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But im also considering this one
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