Harvia Classic 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 Top also has a cover. You can heat the Classic 400 Top Duo model easily from another room and enjoy a pleasant fire while heating the sauna. 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 adjustable legs make the stove easy to place in the sauna.
The size of the sauna room is 494-1271 cu. ft. (14–36 m3) and the maximum amount of stones is 176 lbs (80 kg).
Read and follow at all times the Instructions for installation and use.
|Sauna room min. cu. ft. (m3)||494 (14)|
|Sauna room max. cu. ft. (m3)||1271 (36)|
|Stone capacity max. lbs (kg)|
(Stone size Ø 10-15 cm, AC3020)
|Dimensions width in (mm)||22 (560)|
|Dimensions height in (mm)||37 3/4 (960)|
|+ adjustable legs in (mm)||0-1 1/8 (0–30)|
|Dimensions depth in (mm)||20 1/2 + 9 (520 + 230)|
|Weight lbs (kg)||243 (110)|
|Heater output kW||31|
|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)||19 5/8 (500)|
|Safety distance from upper surface to ceiling A min. in (mm)||49 1/4 (1250)|
|Fire chamber cover in (mm)||1/4 (6)|
|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.|