A range of multifuel stoves that vare suitable for use in a narrow boat.
We list here a group of multifuel stoves that you are able to use on your boat with the correct installation.
Boat stoves from Bubble & Portway.
This British Standard code of practice was published by BSi in Feb 2010 and came into effect in Feb 2011. The code covers appliance selection, design considerations, installation requirements (including chimney arrangements), inspection and testing, and necessary safety information concerning maintenance and the safe use of solid fuel appliances on boats.
Oil stoves do not have the dramatic impact of solid fuel stoves, on a cold boat it can take some considerable time for an oil stove to heat the boat up, remember when everything is clock cold the stove has to warm it all up, a solid fuel stove can be made to give much higher output much faster than an oil stove as the output is only controlled by the volume of fuel loaded into it and the amount of air allowed into it. This means that if it is over fired and left to run flat out it, for a short period of time it can exceed its nominal output by a factor of two.