This external hot tub heater is suitable for hot tubs up to 7.87 ft (240 cm). The stove is equipped with a 6.56 ft (2 meter) long chimney. The chimney consists of two parts.
The water circulates between the stove and the tub using the principal of thermosiphon (the movement created by rising hot water). This eliminates the need for a circulating pump or electricity.
Delivering time: 5 days
Material: Aluminum, seawater resistant
Width: 435 mm (17,13 inches)
Height: 750 mm (29,5 inches)
Length: 600 mm (23,6 inches)
Weight: 44 kg (97 lb)
Chimney: 2000 mm (stainless steel)
Power: 50 kW
Diameter of tubes: 75 mm (2,95 inches)
Length: ca 550 mm (21,6 inches)
Width: ca 330 mm (12,99 inches)
Height: ca 380 mm (14,9 inches)
This external hot tub stove is made of high quality marine aluminium. The thermal conductivity of aluminium is about 15 times better than the stoves made of stainless steel and therefore these stoves are up to 30% more effective.
The material is 0.12 inches (3 mm) thick, which is two times more than in case of regular furnaces made of stainless steel. And of course, aluminum furnace is 30% lighter. Aluminum furnaces have longer useful life than furnaces made of stainless steel. The aluminium heaters retain their shape for a long time. Heaters made from thin stainless steel may become crooked.
High-quality MIG welding ensures the perfect end result. We check and test impermeability of all welded seams.
It’s strictly forbidden to start the heating before the hot tub is not filled with water.
The pipes which connect the hot tub and the stove must be under the water before it’s allowed to start the heating. Otherwise the stove will be damaged.
The stove has also a small water tap under it and in winter time when the temperature is already -1 degree you should empty your stove as well after bathing, otherwise the water may freeze and this may damage the stove.