The Direct Wood Fired Stainless SteelSilver Dome PoolHeater is built using 100%
stainless steel to ensure the chemicals in the pool do not break down the heat exchanger.
The Stainless Steel will not rust ensuring the stove always looks good as new.
The design has had extensive amounts of testing on a pool measuring 16’ X 32’, consisting
of 89,000L or 23500 gallons of water. It heats a pool of this size approximately
1 degree per hour. A pool containing less water will show even better results. A
1 degree per hour increase in pool water is standard in the pool heating industry.
The Silver Dome is designed with safety as a priority .insulated fire box prevents
the outside of the stove from getting hot.The by-pass controls allow the operator
to determine the extent of the water flow through the unit.The stove is constructed
with a vent system that shuts off all external air from entering the fire box.
Air fed into the hollow baffle passes through the perforations and into the firebox
to mix with the unburned gases and create secondary combustion.
Air projected through the front perforations ignites any remaining gases to help
reduce the emissions.
Condensation will occur until the pool water is approximately 72 degrees F; this
is Science! the engineered construction design allows any condensation to escape
out the back of the stove ensuring the fire box remains dry at all times.
The draft control system can easily be opened and closed by turning the vent caps.
It controls the amount of air running over top of the ash pan up through the fire
bricks into the fire above creating a burn that is efficient with low emissions.
When the Wood Stove Pool Heater is compared to Electric, Gas and oil the wood stove
is far more economical.
It will never rust as it is made of 100% stainless steel. You will recoup the costs
of our Wood Stove Pool heater in 2 years versus the money spent on other forms of
heating. The other option is to swim in a cold pool and realistically rarely use
We’ve been there done that… it’s far more enjoyable to swim in a warm pool.
WITH PROPER SEASONED HARD WOOD YOU CAN EXPECT A 1 DEGREE PER HOUR INCREASE
Example: To get the pool temperature from 77-82 degrees Fahrenheit would require
5-6 hour fire.
This is based on a 16’ x 32’ Pool or 89 000 (23 500 gallons) litres of water.
Water going into the stove versus coming out of the stove can be a difference of
5-12 degrees Fahrenheit.