Stoves & Heaters

The boating season can be extended with a suitable boat heating system, and many watercraft or houseboat can be used and inhabited all year round. Various types of traditional ship stoves and ship heaters have proven themselves in operation at sea and in port. A diesel or oil-fired stove with a shell burner should have a fuel tank placed at least 30 cm higher than the stove. Due to gravity, the fuel is transported to the burner without using a circulating pump. These type of stove is equipped with a proven ship's fuel regulator, ensuring the trouble-free … Read more
The boating season can be extended with a suitable boat heating system, and many watercraft or houseboat can be used and inhabited all year round. Various types of traditional ship stoves and ship... read more »
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Stoves & Heaters
The boating season can be extended with a suitable boat heating system, and many watercraft or houseboat can be used and inhabited all year round. Various types of traditional ship stoves and ship heaters have proven themselves in operation at sea and in port. A diesel or oil-fired stove with a shell burner should have a fuel tank placed at least 30 cm higher than the stove. Due to gravity, the fuel is transported to the burner without using a circulating pump. These type of stove is equipped with a proven ship's fuel regulator, ensuring the trouble-free …

… function of the stove at heeling angles of up to 15° and a high level of reliability. A circulation pump and additional copper heating coils make it possible to heat radiators and water heaters similar to a ship's central heating system. Also common on yachts are diesel-powered air heaters, with warm air being circulated by an electric blower. Other options for heating a sailing or motor vessel are petroleum stoves, wood stoves and coal stoves. A solid fuel stove for boats is usually made of steel or cast iron. Similar to a wood-burning stove, it has a door with an observation window for watching the oven fire. There is a wide range of products - contact us for advice on which on-board heating system is suitable for your ship.

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4148_01 BLUE paraffin
from €8.72
4297_01 Oil heater decoker RUSSFREI
Content 5 piece (€0.72 * / 1 piece)
€3.61
4298_02 Pipe clip nylon
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4255_02 Wall shade inox
from €30.71
4296_01 Oil heater starter FEUERTROPFEN
Content 0.2 Liter (€47.75 * / 1 Liter)
€9.55
4295_01 Oil heater starter FLAMMAUF
Content 100 piece (€0.02 * / 1 piece)
€2.24
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… function of the stove at heeling angles of up to 15° and a high level of reliability. A circulation pump and additional copper heating coils make it possible to heat radiators and water heaters similar to a ship's central heating system. Also common on yachts are diesel-powered air heaters, with warm air being circulated by an electric blower. Other options for heating a sailing or motor vessel are petroleum stoves, wood stoves and coal stoves. A solid fuel stove for boats is usually made of steel or cast iron. Similar to a wood-burning stove, it has a door with an observation window for watching the oven fire. There is a wide range of products - contact us for advice on which on-board heating system is suitable for your ship.