Introducing NordicStove, the ultimate heating and cooking solution for adventurers and homeowners alike. These oil-burning stoves can be used in boats, tents, vans, trailers, workshops, cabins, or homes, making them perfect for any situation where a heating and/or cooking device is needed. The NordicStove models exemplify both efficiency and effectiveness, boasting the remarkable capability to heat any type of dwelling. Moreover, these models are available in multiple BTU per hour output sizes, ranging from 6,800 to 40,000, ensuring that there's a suitable model for every need. The flat, thick top plate that all models are designed and equipped with acts as a cooking surface, making these stoves a versatile duo-use appliance.
NordicStoves do not require electricity, making them ideal for use in remote locations. The stoves are environmentally friendly, producing a minimum of carbon in the exhaust and meeting rigorous clean air requirements. Each NordicStove comes from the factory pre-set for U.S. #1 heating oil but can use a different grade such as marine diesel, #2 heating oil, or automotive diesel as needed (with adjustments).
The NordicStove 6,800 BTU output models are designed for small spaces such as bedrooms, tents, small cabins, or a single room in a larger home. They can also be used in RVs, boats, or other similar vehicles where space is limited and up to 250 square feet in size. However, it's important to consider that the size of the heater required for a particular space will depend on various factors, including the climate of the region, insulation of the building, and the desired temperature. Furthermore, the layout and airflow of the space can also impact the heater's effectiveness.
NordicStove Basic Model: If you're looking for a no-frills radiant heating system, here's the answer. The black steel Basic offers economical, effective heating for those applications that require versatility and durability at low cost. An oil heater becomes warmer the closer you are to it because heat radiates out in all directions from the heater. When you are closer to the heater, you are within the "radiant zone" where you are directly receiving heat radiated from the heater's surface. As you move away from the heater, the heat spreads out and becomes less concentrated, so you feel less warmth. This is why it's common for people to sit close to an oil heater to stay warm, especially in cold weather. The heat from an oil heater can also warm the air in a room, but the radiant heat is what gives the heater its cozy, comfortable feel.
Choose NordicStove for your next adventure or heating and cooking needs.