WOOD BURNING CAMP STOVES
- YUKON STOVE -
Three sizes of the Yukon Stoves- front view
Three sizes of Yukon Stoves- back view
Air intake adjuster
Stainless steel water tank
Stainless steeel water tank
Spark Arrestor and Rain Cap
Spark Arrestor and Rain Cap
Four Sections Nesting Pipe
Nesting Pipe - sections inside one another
Four Sections Completly Nesting Pipe
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YUKON WOOD BURNING CAMP STOVE CHARACTERISTICS
Welded heavy-guage hot rolled steel construction.
- GASKET ON DOOR FOR AN AIRTIGHT STOVE.
- Reinforcement bars welded to both sides and back to prevent warping.
- Metal Support rods under the top of stove to prevent warping.
- Strong - quality welds to insure airtight design of Yonon wood burning camp stoves.
- RAIN CAP WITH SPARK ARRESTOR. .
- Large adjustable air intake on door.
- 18" legs. Additional height also makes putting wood in wood burning camp stove firebox easier. . If you prefer, shorter legs - use a hack saw.
- Accessories fit inside firebox.
- 5" nesting stove pipe, 7' 8" long (92 " )
- A 5" standard oval stove jack will accommodate Yukon Stoves 5" nesting stove pipe
- Warming trays - 25"l x 8"w, which can fit on either side of stove.
- Stainless steel 3 gallon water tank - can fit on either side of Yukon wood burning stoves.
- Stove pipe opening is recessed to make packing in on horses easier
- Air intake on door has a metal plate behind it to prevent sparks from popping out the air intake holes.
- I USE THIS STOVE. FOR THE MONEY AND QUALITY - THERE IS NO WOOD BURNING CAMP STOVE ON THE MARKET THAT CAN COMPARE TO THIS QUALITY CAMP STOVE.
STOVE ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONSIS AT BLUE HOT BUTTON TO THE LEFT
If you have trouble deciding which yukon stove model/size to buy - the YUKON 5 is recommended. The YUKON 5 will burn all night with quality dry hard wood.
YUKON WOOD BURNING CAMP STOVE PRICES
|5" Stove Pipe||YUKON 3||YUKON 4||YUKON 5|
Tent heating capability
|14 x 16||16 x 20||18 x 24|
|Dimensions||26 L x 14 w x 12 h||26 L x 16 w x 14 h||26 L x 18 w x 16 h|
STOVE SIZE/CUBIC INCHES
|2 CUBIC FEET||
2.66 CUBIC FEET
3.42 CUBIC FEET
|Burn time||6 to 8 hrs||8 - 10 hrs||10 - 12 hrs|
|Weight||56 lbs||64 lbs||72 lbs|
|Height with Legs||30"||32"||34"|
stove, pipe, rain cap/spark arrestor, damper
Water Tank, Grate, Shelf
and standard package listed above.
|Shipping & Handling||$55
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FIREPROOF MAT FOR
3' X 4'
SAFETY/ SMOKE ISSUES: ALL SPARK ARRESTORS WILL BECOME CLOGGED WITH ASH AND SOOT. REMEMBER TO CHECK YOUR SPARK ARRESTOR DAILY AND CLEAN SPARK ARRESTOR AS REQUIRED. USING SOFT WOOD AND LOWER TEMPERATURE STOVE BURNS WILL CAUSE THE SPARK ARRESTOR TO BE CLOGGED SOONER. A CLOGGED SPARK ARRESTOR WILL CAUSE SMOKE TO ESCAPE FROM THE STOVE DOOR INTAKE AND WHEN OPENING DOOR. AND IN EXTREME CASES, A STOVE PIPE FIRE.
DAMPER: DAMPER MUST BE IN TOTALLY OPEN POSITION WHEN OPENING THE STOVE DOOR OR SMOKE WILL COME OUT THE STOVE DOOR. FOR DAMPER INSTALLATION VIEW WILDERNESS STOVE VIDEO.
WOOD BURNING CAMP STOVE AREA REQUIREMENTS IN A TENT: You must plan on a wood burning camp stove taking up to 7 feet along a wall in your tent. There is an automatic 2 + feet standoff from the front wall due to the stove jack location. The stove itself is normally around 2 feet in length. There is normally a 3 feet heat standoff distance from the stove before you can place a cot or table.
STOVE PIPE ABOVE RIDGE OF TENT: It is best to have your stove pipe long enough to extend 6 inches or more above the tent ridge. Having the stove pipe above the tent ridge allows the wind coming from any direction to blow sparks away the tent roof thus reducing the possibilty of spark holes being burnt in the roof.
FIRE TREATED CANVAS VS STOVE SPARKS: Stove sparks will even burn holes in a fire treated roof. A spark arrestor will prevent most sparks from reaching your roof. However, the only 100 per cent method to prevent spark holes in a tent roof is to use a fly to protect the roof.
REDUCE SMOKE ODOR IN YOUR HUNTING TENT: To reduce smoke in your tent always open the stove door slowly with the damper wide open. If you open the stove door quickly , the smoke is drawn into the tent.
CREOSOTE BUILD UP IN YOUR STOVE PIPE: The more you damper the stove pipe down or/and reduce the air intake on the stove door the more creosote build up you will have in the stove pipe and spark arrestor. If you get too much creosote in the stove pipe you can possibly have a fire in your stove pipe. When breaking camp, remove the creosote in your stove pipe by gently banging the stove pipes together to loosen the creosote. It is normal to periodically clean the spark arrestor every 2-3 days.
HEAT SHIELD: Some tent companies place their stove jacks in the roof close to the side walls. A stove jack close to the side wall might cause your side wall canvas to become very hot. Large stoves are 16 inches - 18 inches. From the center of the stove jack , the outside edge of the large stove will be 8" to 9" past the center of the stove jack toward the side wall. if you have concerns about the location of your stove jack you might want to consider a heat shield. A heat shield has grommets along the top edge. Tie a small rope through the grommets and attach to the side eave poles between the rafters. The heat shield is 4' x 3' which will protect your side wall from high heat from the stove.
FIRE PROOF MAT: A fire proof material is requred under a wood stove if the stove is on top of any flammable material. The fire proof material should be at least 6-12" wider than the stove and at least 18 inches longer than the length of the stove. The fire proof material should extend 6 inches past the back end of the stove. It should also extend 12 inches past the door end of the stove. This 12 inch extension is recommended in the event some embers fall out of the stove when you open the stove door. We provide a fire proof mat that is 3' x 4' which will provde good ptotection.