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Firebrick Models

Firebrick Models


Mikka Fire Brick models have a "shelf" of fire rated bricks above the firebox.  This protects the stove from the most intense heat.  Firebrick models last at least 50% longer than a standard wood stove.


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Wood stoves are sold without rocks
Wood stoves hold 75 - 100 lbs of rocks; which can add greatly to shipping cost.  Some choose to obtain their own rocks locally.  Rocks can be added to your order.  Contact us to compare shipping rates with and without rocks.
(Rocks used should be granite which can be purchased at most garden centers. River rock is ok, but may split or pop when first heated.)


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Mikka 20

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  • Wood Stove Features
  • Wood Stove Installation
  • Mikka Size & Specs

Mikka Wood Burning Sauna Heaters

  • Made in Canada
  • Heavy gauge steel plate construction
  • Large rock capacity 
  • Deep (20”) fire chamber
  • Heavy duty cast iron grate 
  • Fabricated using laser cutting & CNC tooling for a professional finish 
  • Ash tray for easy ash removal 
  • Burns hot leaving little ash 
  • Ash drawer adjustable to control draft (and temperature) 
  • 6” round flue outlet. Easily fits standard 6” stove pipe  
  • All models can be installed flush to non-combustible wall for outside feeding 
  • Effective water heating on models with water tank

Mikka 2 /20

Mikka 6 / 60 (with water tank)

For outside feed, Mikka sauna is placed tight to brick opening. Opening should be approx. 14" wide by 19" high. This is preferred to a "long neck" wood burner where you are expected to brick around the neck. 

  • It is much easier to prepare the opening in advance. You do not have to set the stove in place and build around it.
  • Brick is easier to access and repair should the need arise.
  • Mikka provides a better “seal” between heater and outside. The long neck and collar make it difficult to brick up tight, so you tend to get more gaps.
  • It is easier and safer to load the Mikka stove. The wider brick open provides good access. And the fire box is closer to you so you do not have to reach inside to load firewood.

Note:  Instead of brick, some use metal stud & cement board for a non-combustible surface.

 

 

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