Jøtul F 263 S
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Jøtul F 263 S

Heat retaining soapstone wood burner with large side glasses

Description

The Jøtul F 263 S soapstone wood burner is part of the F260 series which consists of two types. These are convection wood stoves that are well suited for installation against combustible material. Convection is achieved through an extra outer wall which allows for circulation of air between the combustion chamber and the outer walls. In this way, the temperature on the outside of the stove is reduced. Jøtul F263 S has large side glasses and panels of soapstone integrated in the design of the wood stove. The soapstone wood burner retains heat while the wood stove is in use and releases the heat slowly even after the fire is out. The combination of heat retaining and a small but efficient combustion chamber makes it very suitable for modern living with a reduced need for heating. At the same time, it is strong enough to heat your home during the coldest days of the winter. You can add an optional companion set behind the door on the base.

  • Special glass that stays clean on the sides
  • Heat retaining soapstone
  • Optional companion set behind the base door

Size

Height: 1,120 mm

Width: 519 mm

Depth: 491 mm

Colors

Black paint (Selected)
Clean Burn
Clean burn

    Specifications

  • Height 1120 mm

  • Width 519 mm

  • Depth 491 mm

  • Weight 220 kg

  • Log size up to 33.00 cm

  • Flue outlet Ø 150.00 mm

  • Flue exit options Top / Rear

  • Nom output 5.0 kW

  • Efficiency 82 %

  • Heating capacity up to 130 m²

  • CO Emission 0.10 %

  • Dust Product Emission 20 mg/Nm³

  • NOx Emission 120 mg/Nm³

  • OGC Emission 107 mg/Nm³

  • Closed combustion Yes

  • Clean burn Yes

  • External air intake Yes

  • Ash solution Yes

Instalation manual (1.72 MB)
Statement terms (95.06 KB)
Exploded view (13.56 MB)
Spare parts (92.23 KB)
Fan solution (2.9 MB)
Data sheet (1.08 MB)
Ecolabel datasheet (187.98 KB)
Ecolabel (927.51 KB)
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History & Craftmanship

Heat from

Norway

Our passion for heating and our long experience of mastering the Scandinavian climate has taught us that heat is more than what can be measured with a thermometer.

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Quality

That lasts

We want to offer our customers the absolute best stoves, stoves and fireplaces. Therefore, all our products are handmade in Norway with the best materials available.

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