What's is the price of the Salamander Tiny Wood Stove?
The MSRP for the DEFRA APPROVED Salamander Wood Burning Stove in black with chrome bright ware is $1,100, currently on sale at $1,045 (includes shipping to the lower 48 states.)
What are the dimensions of the Salamander?
The Salamander is 302mm/12” wide x 351mm/14.25” deep x 460mm/18 11/16” tall.
Is the Salamander Stove EN Approved?
YES. It must also be mentioned that unlike many stove manufacturers who self certificate their own EN approval, our Salamander has been INDEPENDENTLY TESTED by Gastec Ltd.
How much does the Salamander weigh?
50kg or 115lbs
What size flue does the Salamander stove take?
Can you boil a kettle on the top of a Salamander Stove?
How tall is the Salamander Stove with the Stand Option?
618mm or 24” not including the 45mm/ 1 ¾” stove collar when using a TOP EXIT
Do you supply the flue components needed to install a Salamander?
- YES. We can provide parts.
How far do combustible materials need to be away from the wood burning stove?
- 400mm/16” sides, 450mm/18” rear. Clearances can be reduced by half with a non-combustible heat shield.
Can I install the Salamander Stove using an existing chimney?
We recommend seeking professional advice by commissioning a chimney inspection. In principle, YES, if the existing chimney is sound and properly maintained.
Does the Salamander have a guarantee?
YES. We guarantee the main body parts for 5 YEARS.
Where does Tiny Stoves by Alaska Masonry Heat ship Salamander?
- We ship anywhere in the US including Alaska and Hawaii, and Canada
How much HEARTH do I need for my Wood Burning Stove?
If you are installing your wood burning stove in a free standing location you will need to first begin by installing a noncombustible hearth for your wood burning stove to stand on. This can be made of any noncombustible material which is a minimum thickness of 12 mm/ ½” (for stoves such as The Salamander which do not exceed a hearth temperature greater than 100 degrees C or 212 degrees F*). The hearth must extend 300mm/12" beyond the front of the stove, and 150mm/6" beyond each side and the rear of the stove. Some of the more popular materials are slate, marble and for the contemporary look, toughened glass. For the more budget minded, materials such as reclaimed quarry tiles, patio slabs or a combination of steel and concrete can used to make an attractive base or plinth for your stove.