Wood Fired Swimming Pool Heater

Wood Fired Swimming Pool Heater

£1399

– LxWxH: 1200x500x600mm

– Power up to max. 80KW

– Stainless steel chimney 2 x 100cm, 129 mm Ø with rain cover

– Stainless steel

– Pressure relief valve

– Thermometer

– 2 x 50mm connections

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Description

WOOD BURNING SWIMMING POOL HEATER

Made of Stainless Steel

Unique Design

NO GAS, NO ELECTRICITY

Easy Hook up

Up to 25,000 Gallon Pools

AUTHORISED DEALER

BRAND NEW

HOME DELIVERY from £75

Our large stove will heat a small above ground pool very fast (8,000 to 10,000 gallons) over 1 degree per hour.

A large above ground or in ground pool up to 23,000 gallon by 0.5-1 degree per hour depending on the temperature outside.

Wooden SPA Solutions Ltd builds the only 100% stainless steel wood burning pool heater on the market. 

The stainless steel is a very important factor when buying a wood fired swimming pool heater as it eliminates any necessary maintenance as stainless steel holds up very well in the outside environment.  

Comes with 2m stainless steel chimney

Output / input connection diameter: 60mm

Material: Stainless steel (AISI 430 2-3mm);

More info can be found HERE

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