Best Winter MINI STOVE for your Conversion van or RV

Living in a conversion van or RV during the winter months can be a challenge when it comes to heating. Heating a van or RV using a propane camp heater creates problems. They create a lot of humidity inside your van making everything damp and your windows are dripping with water.

They also create a problem with the oxygen level inside your van. When using the camp heater to warm the inside of your van, you have to open a window to allow in fresh air to keep from efficiating yourself. Wait! You have to open a window in the middle of winter to heat your van! That makes no sense.

Here are a few great ways around those issues. Mini wood or propane stove heaters. These stove put off a dry heat that warms you better without the wet effects from using propane camp heater. Most of these heater are vented outside and draw the oxygen for combustion from outside.

Using the wood stoves can pose a fire hazard. learning how to use them correctly is a must. The wood stove that do not offer the option to bringing in outside oxygen for the combustion process can be solved by installing the stove. Cutting a small hole in the van or RV. Using copper tubing to supply fresh air directly in front of the wood stove air inlet feeding the unit.

Check out these stoves and start your winter’s off with dry heat keeping you warm and toasty.

CUBIC Cub Mini Wood Stove

cubic cub mini wood stove
  • Mini cook stove designed to be used in boats, cabins and RV’s
  • Designed to cook and will heat spaces from 100 to 200 square feet
  • Durable! Constructed from laser cut steel plate 1/8 to 3/16 thick!
  • Produces 6000 to 14000 BTU’s!
  • Insulation and glass made of ceramic.
  • Easy to install and easy to operate!
  • Measures only 11 x 12 x 10.5!
  • 3-inch flu pipe diameter
  • Eco-friendly
  • Produces very little smoke due to its secondary combustion system!
  • Much safer than a diesel or propane cook stove!
  • Removes humidity from the cabin
  • Weight: 27 lbs
  • Flue pipe not included
cubic cub mini wood stove
  • Model : CB-1008
  • Heat Output : 6000 BTU – 14, 000 BTU
  • Flu Diameter : 3”
  • Minimum Flu Length : 40”
  • Fire Box Construction : Double wall steel slate with inserts ceramic
  • Glass Material : Ceramic
  • Weight : 27 lbs (12.27 kg)
  • Width : 11” (280 mm)
  • Height : 12” (305 mm)
  • Depth : 10.5” (267mm)
  • Fuel : Wood, Charcoal, Pressed Fire Logs
  • Door Opening : 6” x 4” (152 mm x 101 mm)
  • Secondary Combustion : Perforated vent tube
  • Controls : Primary and secondary
  • Certifications: None, for recreational use only (verify your local laws and regulations)

Dickinson Marine Newport P9000 Propane Fireplace

dickinson marine propane fireplace
  • Dimensions: 7.25″ (D) x 10″ (W) x 16″ (H), Mounting Backplate: 9.875″ (W) x 0.650″ (D) x 23″ (H)
  • Fuel Consumption: 1 lb – 5.5 hrs; 20 lb – 110 hrs gal LOW | 1 lb – 3.9hrs; 20 lb – 78 hrs gal HIGH
  • Heat Output: Low: 4,000 BTU | High: 5,500 BTU
  • Included: heater, built in blower, stainless steel backing plate, 28 inches of flexible double stainless chimney and the deck fitting cap. Not included: A propane hose, 11″ WC regulator and fittings.
  • Safe, direct-vent operation easy to operate and install

Dickinson Marine Newport Solid Fuel Heater

dickinson Mini wood stove
  • Bulkhead mounted heater, dutch door tile, air damper control.
  • Ideal for power and sailing yachts of all sizes.
  • Non-rust, stainless steel construction, safe, reliable and clean.
  • Standard flue size is 3.

KIMBERLY WOOD STOVE

Kinberly wood stove
  • Produces just 3.2 grams/hour emissions
  • Washington state EPA-certified, the toughest state standards in the United States
  • Burns up to 8 hours (coal bed to coal bed) on a single load of fuel, providing a good night’s sleep
  • The best small wood stove to heat your tiny house, bigger home, cabin, RV, tree house, or boat
  • Approved for just 6 inches of clearance on sides and back of flue (without use of reflector panels)
  • Highly portable wood stove and weighs just 56 pounds
  • Heats smaller and bigger spaces, up to 1,500 square feet of well-insulated space
  • Unique venting system saves hundreds of $$$ in installation costs
  • Cooktop surface for on-grid or off-grid cooking
  • Cook, bake, generate electricity, generate light, and {coming soon} heat water with use of optional add-on accessories 

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