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Masonry Heaters with Ovens

Bake ovens can be either white (the fire is in another box, usually below the oven) or black (the fire is in the same compartment as the food being cooked). For efficiency and pollution reasons, doors and fireboxes should be as small as the design will allow. A large firebox reduces combustion efficiency and generates higher emissions. And large windows increase the amount of heat escaping the firebox and therefore lowers combustion temperature and generates higher emissions.



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Masonry heater with white bake oven whose heat will also radiate to the upstairs rooms. Local stone. Home on slab in the basement. By Gilles Goyette. www.maconneriegillesgoyette.com



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Stone masonry heater with white bake oven installed and covered by Jean Mailhot. Artificial stone. foyersfeuvert.info



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Stone masonry heater with oven by mainewoodheat.com



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Masonry heater with oven. Best to center a heater inside the home, but if the heater backs to another room then you will capture that heat. By Empire Masonry Heater, masonryheater.com



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Christie Beach Residence, Toronto. altius.net



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Masonry heater of local stone. By foyersfeuvert.com



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Masonry Heater in a Dutch Mountain House, Huizen, The Netherlands. Architect: denieuwegeneratie. archdaily.com




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Masonry heater. heatkit.com



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Masonry heater with oven. The curves smooth the transition into the room. mainewoodheat.com


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One possible configuration. mha-net.org



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Adobe masonry heater made with a core from heatkit.com



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Masonry heater and open oven in a Russian kitchen. dreampech.ru



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Masonry heater with oven. www.grossarlerhof.at



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Masonry heater in Russia. Many heaters in Northern Russia are built with bed platforms on top. photoforum.ru



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Brick oven in kitchen, actually an old fireplace. Design by Shannon Poe, houzz.com




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Brick masonry heater made with a core from heatkit.com



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Masonry heater by Empire Masonry Heaters. masonryheater.com



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Stone masonry heater with bake oven.



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Soapstone masonry heater. Roughly $9000. plus... masonryheaterstore.com



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Masonry heaters/ovens can also be half height. This oven is also a heater and breakfast bar. ultimateridgehook.com



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The core. The subsequent veneer is separated from the core by an expansion joint that allows independent thermal expansion movement of the core and facing. Kit by coeurdefoyer.fr (France)


How To:

Step by step core and bench: heatkit.com
Core construction manuals: heatkit.com

For a real mixture of styles see SunRay Kelly's masonry heater here: sunraykelley.com

See the Masonry Heaters page for resources....


 



 
 

 

 

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Reply #1 on : Fri January 30, 2015, 18:12:14
Great collection of Masonry Heaters! For a how to, check out Thomas J. Elpel's, "Build Your Own Masonry Fireplace" DVD.
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