The Harvia Legend woodburning stoves give you the ultimate sauna experience. The black steel frame has a mighty amount of stones inside, and as they heat up, you get a magnificent sauna bath even at a lower temperature. The large number of stones ensures good heat, even if the fire dies down in between.
The fire chamber of Legend stoves has a modern grate structure that separates the combustion air. Part of the air is directed to the upper part of the fire chamber. This way the burning is cleaner and more efficient. This grate structure also gives the stove a longer lifespan. The smaller than usual safety distances from the side and back surfaces to burning materials enable you to locate the benches more freely. The Legend stoves can be equipped with a pipe-mounted water heater.
The Harvia Legend 240 is an excellent choice for a medium sized sauna. It is equipped with a cast-iron glass door, allowing the warm glow of the fire to complement the sauna atmosphere. The adjustable legs make the stove easy to place in the sauna.
The size of the sauna room is 353-848 cu. ft. (10–24 m3) and the maximum amount of stones is 441 lbs (200 kg).
|Sauna room min. cu. ft. (m3)||353 (10)|
|Sauna room max. cu. ft. (m3)||848 (24)|
|Stone capacity max. lbs (kg)||441 (200)|
|Dimensions diameter in (mm)||23 5/8 (600)|
|Dimensions height in (mm)||32 5/8 (830)|
|+ adjustable legs body in (mm)||0-1 1/8 (0–30)|
|Weight lbs (kg)||165 (75)|
|Safety distance to masonry walls E min. in (mm)||2 (50)*|
|Safety distance to wooden walls and platform:|
|to sides B in (mm)||7 7/8 (200)|
|to back C in (mm)||9 7/8 (250)|
|to front D in (mm)||24 7/8 (630)|
|Safety distance from upper surface to ceiling A min. in (mm)||39 3/8 (1000)|
|Fire chamber cover in (mm)||3/8 (10)|
|Location of smoke outlets at rear: from floor to centre of hole in (mm)||22 (560)|
|Location of smoke outlets on top: from rear edge to centre of hole in (mm)||7 7/8 ± 3/16 (200 ± 5)|
|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.|