Harvia Classic 280 Top stove takes sauna-bathers back 60 years to the time when the first woodburning Harvia stove was manufactured. Like the first Harvia stove, the Classic 280 Top also has a cover.
The outer casing of the stove combines stainless steel with thick, painted graphite black iron. The large stone surface area of the stove provides a festive sauna bath experience. Through the cast-iron glass door the warm glow of the fire adds to the sauna atmosphere. The opening direction of the door can be changed. The stove can be equipped with a pipe model water heater. The adjustable legs make the stove easy to place in the sauna.
The size of the sauna room is 353-989 cu. ft. (10–28 m3) and the maximum amount of stones is 132 lbs (60 kg).
|Sauna room min. cu. ft. (m3)||353 (10)|
|Sauna room max. cu. ft. (m3)||989 (28)|
|Stone capacity max. lbs (kg)
(Stone size Ø 10-15 cm, AC3020)
|Dimensions width in (mm)||19 (485)|
|Dimensions height in (mm)||36 5/8 (930)|
|+ adjustable legs in (mm)||0-1 1/8 (0–30)|
|Dimensions depth in (mm)||20 1/2 (520)|
|Weight lbs (kg)||176 (80)|
|Heater output kW||26,6|
|Required temperature class of chimney||T600|
|Safety distance to sides and back, masonry walls B, in (mm)||2 (50)*|
|Safety distance to sides and back, walls and benches made of inflammable materials C, in (mm)||19 5/8 (500)|
|Safety distance to front (The stove user needs at least one square metre of space in front of the stove D.) in (mm)||39 3/8 (1000)|
|Safety distance from upper surface to ceiling A min. in (mm)||47 1/4 (1200)|
|Fire chamber cover in (mm)||1/4 (6)|
|Location of smoke outlets at rear: from floor to centre of hole in (mm)||27 1/8 (690)|
|Location of smoke outlets on top: from rear edge to centre of hole in (mm)||5 3/8 (135)|
|Diameter of smoke outlet in (mm)||4 1/2 (115)|
|Maximum length of firewood in (cm)||15 3/8 (39)|
|* Leave 2″ (50 mm) between the stove and walls, provided that the air can circulate in front and to one side of the stove. If the stove is installed in a recessed wall, leave 4″ (100 mm) between the stove and walls for the air circulation.|