VASHON, Wash. — Unforgettable Fire, a Washington-based company, launched two small non-catalytic wood stove models that can be used for RVs, tiny homes, boats and other small-to-medium spaces.
Wood stoves have long enjoyed a large popularity as versatile heat sources that can be used for a wide variety of spaces. However, most wood stoves are relatively large and cannot easily be adapted for smaller spaces such as RVs or tiny homes, the release noted.
Unforgettable Fire launched two small wood stove models providing cost-efficient, clean heating solutions for a variety of small and medium spaces. The Unforgettable Fire wood stoves are EPA- and CSA-certified, providing a reliable source of heat, as well as a convenient cook top surface for on-grid or off-grid cooking.
The Kimberly wood stove is designed to heat spaces of up to 1,500 square feet, and can be used for tiny homes, cabins, yurts, boats and RVs. It requires only 6 inches of clearance and only weighs 56 pounds, making it a portable heat source that can be easily used for a variety of spaces. The Kimberly wood stove also features a cook-top surface and optional accessories that can be used for generating electricity, baking and heating water.
The Kimberly is ecologically-friendly, producing only 3.2 grams of emissions per hour, and it has an autonomy of up to 8 hours, making it ideal for overnight heating.
Unforgettable Fire also provides a larger model, the Katydid stove. It can heat larger spaces of up to 2,000 square feet, requiring a clearance of only 21 inches. Like the Kimberly, Katydid provides accessories for cooking, baking, heating water and generating electricity.
At only 1.9 grams of emission per hour, the Katydid exceeds EPA emission standards for the year 2020.
For more information, visit www.unforgettablefirellc.com
SOURCE: Unforgettable Fire press release