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Stoves for Hot Tubs

Inside Stove

Type VN VA
Material Stainless Steel Marine Aluminium
Weight 28 kg 23 kg
Capacity 24 kW 27 kW
Price 426 € 347 €

Sub Heater

  • Chimney 1+1 m
  • Rain cover
  • Mounting accessories

Parameters:

  • Height 80 cm
  • Length 65 cm
  • Width 35 cm

Outside Stove

Type NN NA
Material Stainless Steel Marine Aluminium
Weight 32 kg 29 kg
Capacity 23 kW 26 kW
Price 715 € 599 €

External Stove

  • The lower part of the chimney
  • The upper part of the chimney
  • Rain cover
  • Mounting accessories

Parameters:

  • Height 80 cm
  • Length 65 cm

When it comes to stoves for hot tubs you have two options: you can either go with a built-in stove or an external stove. The question is which one is the best? Truth be told; you must think about safety when considering what’s best for you. For instance, if you have children in your family the hot tubs with external stove will always be the best option. On the other hand, if your biggest concern is conserving energy, you should opt for hot tubs with internal stove, as it only heats water upon contact.

However, when it boils right down to it, the type of stove you choose will depend on your personal preference as well. In terms of choices, you can choose from a wooden stove, stainless steel stove or marine aluminum stove. One thing is for sure: irrespective of what you choose, you can be sure it is of the highest quality.

When it comes to stoves for hot tubs you have two options: you can either go with a built-in stove or an external stove. The question is which one is the best? Truth be told; you must think about safety when considering what’s best for you. For instance, if you have children in your family the hot tubs with external stove will always be the best option. On the other hand, if your biggest concern is conserving energy, you should opt for hot tubs with internal stove, as it only heats water upon contact.

However, when it boils right down to it, the type of stove you choose will depend on your personal preference as well. In terms of choices, you can choose from a wooden stove, stainless steel stove or marine aluminum stove. One thing is for sure: irrespective of what you choose, you can be sure it is of the highest quality.

We never cut corners on the quality of our products.

The best part is all of our stoves come pre-assembled, making installation quick and easy. If you are installing an internal stove, for example, be sure to invest in a protective fence; this is the only way to make sure that the stove won’t be easily accessible to anyone. It’s worthwhile to note that the stove can get extremely hot— even the slightest touch can cause serious injury. That’s why it is so important to have some sort of barrier protecting people from the stove. This is of utmost importance, if you have children in your family that will be using the hot tub.

The best part about external stoves for hot tubs is they don’t take up any extra space in the hot tub. As a result, everyone will have more space to really enjoy themselves. External stoves are installed on the outside of the pool, just a few feet away.

If you are using a wood external stove all you will need to do is light the fire and let it go to work. In less than several hours you will be able to enjoy a warm relaxing hot tub. Let’s now talk about maintenance! For wood burning stoves always remove the ashes after use. This small but significant practice will ensure the stove continues to operate at peak levels at all times.