Our Workshop Stoves online store offers a wide range of workshop stoves and workshop flue systems to customers throughout the UK. The stoves we offer are designed to burn workshop offcuts and we also have many sawdust stoves or sawdust burning stoves. Why pay for your workshop waste to be taken away, when you can use it as stove fuel and heat your workshop with it?
Buying a Workshop Stove and Flue System
We offer an online workshop stove installation assistant which will help you design your ideal sawdust burning workshop stove and flue system, all you have to do is enter a few simple details.
Our online installation assistant should give you all the information that you need to make your decision, but we always have experts on hand to advise you on the best workshop stove, flue and workshop flashings, should you have any difficulty deciding the combination for you - so don't hesitate to contact us with any questions, either through our contact form, or by calling us on 0845 226 5754.
Oakfire Workshop Stoves
Specifically designed for UK workshops and made right here too, Oakfire workshop stoves are robust, well put together and really chuck out the heat. Oakfire workshop stoves can burn a variety of fuels including sawdust, timber offcuts and logs. There are 4 models with outputs from 4kW to 20kW.
Greenheart Workshop Stoves
Greenheart workshop stoves come in 6 different sizes, so you can make your choice of stove and flue system depending on the size of your workshop. The Greenheart stoves start at a compact 4 kW stove, which comfortably heats up to 65 cubic metres, ranging up to the 14kW workshop stove which heats up to 196 cubic metres. Other factors come into the choosing of your stove - the size of your wood offcuts, the number of times your stove will need to be reloaded, level of insulation and ventilation, etc.
Bruno Turbo Workshop Stoves
Bruno Turbo industrial and workshop stoves are designed to burn wood and timber. The firechamber is very large so you can fit in really long bits of timber. A fan unit on top of the Bruno stove blows out hot air. You can connect this to a hot air duct to move the heat around your building.