The fire boxes are 10 gauge mild steel with a thick 3/16” top plate for better heat distribution for cooking.
All stoves are painted black with Thurmalox high temp stove paint and Stovebright high temp paint for the different colour doors.
All stoves accept either 3" or 4” stovepipe.
3” Stovepipe Options
www.dickinsonmarine.com sells stainless steel 3” stovepipe out of Vancouver.
www.tinywoodstove.com sells high quality 3” stovepipe in the states.
www.cubicminiwoodstoves.com sells 3" double walled pipe out of Quebec, if you plan on using Cubic Mini for stovepipe, make sure to order the 3" double walled stovepipe adaptor we sell as cubic mini's stovepipe is not a standard size.
It’s important to note, 3” stovepipe should always be installed vertically and not have any horizontal sections as horizontal 3“ stovepipe can have drafting issues if installed horizontally.
If you’re installing a tiny wood stove in a trailer or camper van, it’s best to use a stove that takes 3“ stovepipe as the exit kits are lighter and easier to install on those roofs.
4” Stovepipe Options
www.tinywoodstove.com sells high quality 4” stovepipe and exit kits in the states.
www.flameinnovation.com is another good option from the states as well.
A budget friendly and easier to find option is to use a 4”-5” stovepipe reducer to allow 5” stovepipe to be used. 5” stovepipe is sold at most hardware stores although the reducers usually need to be ordered from a fireplace shop.
All glass is heat resistant, neo ceramic glass and sealed with woodstove gasket.
All handles are hand made in the shop using hardwood and finished with a shellac.
No they are not. It’s important to know whether or not it is legal to install a non-certified stove where you plan to install it. It’s also important to note that if you have insurance at the location you‘re installing the stove that it will most likely not cover having a non-certified stove installed.
Stoves ship from Vancouver Island via Canada Post and generally don't take longer then 5 business days to arrive anywhere in Canada.
Laying firewood flat and stacking pieces on top of each other seem to be the best way to get long burns. In that case, 8” for the small Auk, 9" for the medium, and 10” for the large Auk and Elk stove are the best sizes.