Geyser

The "Geyser" stove has a unique design of a closed heater and allows you to instantly fill the bath with light, finely dispersed steam, creating a "steam cake" under the ceiling and an ideal microclimate in the bath.

 

In a closed stove, water is fed through a watering can to the hottest central part of the stove, in which circular streams of flame heat the stones to a temperature of 600 C, so when water is poured, we get 60 C of heat and 60% of air humidity.
The Geyser sauna stove contains a large amount of stone, which allows you to remove convection and protect against infrared radiation, giving off only soft heat from the stones and the stove.
The stove is economical and easy to use, it is easy to heat it up, making it possible to use finely dispersed steam heated to more than 400 C and the usual 200 C steam.
The Geyser stove will give you an unforgettable experience of the time spent in the steam room; it is an ideal solution for a sauna.

Description of the model<

The thickness of the top plate of the furnace is 8 mm, in places of the most thermally loaded 12 mm, which ensures durability when operating in acidic environments and at high temperatures.

There is a basic standard size of the Geyser heater-stove, depending on the volume of the steam room, a sauna heater is selected: from 10 m3 to 26 m3. The design of the model is developed in two variations: with and without a remote fuel channel. The oven door can be equipped with SCHOTT ROBAX heat-resistant glass, which is available in 2 sizes:

  • model C2 (glass 200 x 200 mm)
  • model C3 (glass 310 x 310 mm)

Technical characteristics

Parameter name

Standard size

PKC / 02 Geyser

PKC / 04 Geyser C3

Height, mm, not more

970/p>

970

Width, mm, not more

600

600

Length, including the removal, mm, no more *

865

865

Weight, kg, not more

140

140

Power, kW

10-26

10-26

Diameter of smoke outlet, mm

120

120

Steam volume, m 3 **

10-26

10-26

The length of carrying out of a fire chamber makes 200 mm for all models with carrying out; **
Steam capacity depends on many factors, such as - the heat loss through the building envelope, the ceiling height, the presence of ventilation, humidity, wood, etc.