Fenno woodburning heaters are manufactured in our modern well equipped plant in Markham, Ont. The latest equipment, including laser cutting and CNC forming are used, to ensure consistent quality and performance. Rigorous quality controls and the use of premium materials translates into a high quality product that lasts for years.
Fenno Models: WB-10, WB-20, WB-30, WB-60
Designed with a high efficiency draught system that incorporates a unique baffling system using fire bricks. This ensures quick heating of the sauna and the rocks. It is also very easy to clean by removing the baffles. Materials: Fire Chamber: 3/16″(5mm), Fire chamber top: 1/4″(6mm), Top flue channel: 11g.(3.2mm)
Fenno Models: WB-1, WB-2, WB-3, WB-6
Our well proven design with a round fire chamber and fixed steel baffling, prevents heat deformation and works efficiently. Materials: Fire chamber: 11g(3.25mm)and 3/16″(5mm), Baffling: 1/4″(6mm), Top flue channel: 11g(3.25mm).
Standard on all Fenno Woodburners:
- Heavy duty cast iron grate
- Deep fire chamber 20″ (508mm)
- Flue outlet 6″ (152mm)
- All models can be installed flush with non-combustible wall for outside feeding
- Effective water heating on models with water tank
- Ash tray for easy ash removal
Note that a $25 surcharge has been added to all wood-burning heaters effective March 2021 due to an unprecedented increase in material costs.
It is hoped that this surcharge is temporary; prices will be reviewed as material costs normalize.
US prices vary based on current exchange rates.
Shipping Extra, approximate shipping weight for woodburning heaters are 150-175 lbs.
Add applicable sales taxes.
For shipments to the US, additional customs brokerage and handling fees apply.
Factory direct pricing available only through Fenno Sauna. Individual dealers will set local prices based on overhead and freight costs. Please contact us for the dealer nearest you.
Prices subject to change without notice.
All units are to be installed according to Ministry of Natural Resources guide for uncertified wood heating units. See installation instructions for details.
Here is a guide to residential wood heating from CMHC which provides installation guidelines for wood-burning appliances.