free-standing, solid fuel-burning stove combines distinctive, sleek
stainless steel with traditionally inspired aesthetics. The Kimberly
stove creates a high-tech heating solution for any small space.
These highly efficient stoves were originally designed for boat
cabins, but the designer succeeded with a stove that will keep you
warm in your cabin, yurt, RV, ice shanty, or any other small space
for that matter.
The stove's compact design, measuring 25 inches
tall with a 10-inch diameter, allows for installation with a
footprint of less than two square feet. This is the only stove
certified to be installed in an alcove of only 22" wide, up to 48"
deep, with a 6' ceiling and no wall protection whatsoever.
This extremely efficient cook stove boasts
performance levels much greater than EPA-certified wood stoves
available for residential use. The Kimberly has an industry standard
five-year warranty and is made from quality materials in the U.S.A.
Its burn technology offers plenty of useable heat with little to no
The Kimberly is extremely portable, weighing only 56 pounds, and
uses a 3-inch chimney system vented through the roof. This
unit can be deployed in minutes and can be used for a number of
different areas and reasons, including disaster relief
Another unique feature is the patent-pending secondary combustion
system, which recycles exhaust gasses from the primary fire by
re-burning them at temperatures of up to 1,600 F and completely
incinerating all carcinogenic smoke particles before they become
This also allows the Kimberly Stove to operate on
very little fuel. For winter heating,
a 5-pound extruded sawdust log will provide enough heat to keep the
average boat or
RV warm for at least 8 hours, and provide more than 1,100 F for
For spring and fall use, one pound of standard charcoal will run
this stove at a lower
heat range for up to 12 hours.
Flexibility of fuel types is another unique feature of the Kimberly
stove. The firebox and
all areas of high temperature and corrosive exposure are constructed
completely of type 316L high-temperature stainless steel.
Stove exterior 25" tall, 10" outer
Weighs 56 lbs.
Double wall stainless
steel convective cylinder shape
Up to 8 hr burn time
on 1 Presto log, 12 hr burn time or 1/2 lb of charcoal
Heats up to 1500 well insulated square feet
smoke free in 15 minutes or less
Cook top temp up to
1260° F, while flue gas temp as low as 325° F
Estimated overall average efficiency 87%
BTU/hr output 3,000 - 40,000
Front of Stove to Combustibles 18″
Top of Stove to Ceiling 30″
Minimum flue height 60 inches
3″ Flue Pipe
10″ Stove Diameter
Reflector Panel. This should be
attached to a combustible wall with 1″ spacers to give
an “air space” between the reflector wall and the
combustible behind it.
Side of Stove to Combustibles 6″
Flue Pipe to Combustibles 3″
Rear Wall to Combustibles 8″
These numbers are subject to change
with independent lab verification, and are guidelines
Roger Lehet, creator of
the Kimberly stove, is currently working on stove add-ons such as
water coil, blower, oven, and wall cabinet systems. Also in
the works is a TEG (thermoelectric generator) unit, which converts
heat directly into electrical energy. Stay tuned for