Designed by dSign Vertti Kivi & Co in co-operation with IKI-Kiuas Ltd, the new KIVI IKI was born from the idea of introducing living fire to the sauna room to add a powerful experience with transparency. The glass hatch in the stove challenges traditional stove forms and brings the compelling movement of the fire into the sauna as a presence of its own. The stove’s see-through window allows the light of the fire to illuminate the sauna room with its natural glow and animation. The stove is manufactured using the same endurable materials as other IKI wood-burning stoves.
Safety distances to walls made of wood or other inflammable structures: on the sides 25 cm, on the back 25 cm, on the top 100 cm. NOTE! Safety distances are measured from the funnel without stones: 100 cm upwards and 50 cm to the sides. The stove can be connected to the chimney using a straight pipe or an angled 45-, 60- or 90-degree pipe. For a 90-degree pipe the centre of the connecting pipe from the lower surface of the stove is at 140 cm (through the mesh frame) or 168 cm (from the top of the stove). If the stove is connected to the IKI Air T600 steel flue, you need to add a 30 cm mesh frame adapter to the top of the stove. The adapter mesh frame is 25 cm in diameter.
Safety distance to sides and back / wood and bricks (mm)
Safety distance to front (mm)
Safety distance from upper surface to ceiling min. (mm)
Fire chamber cover (mm)
Location of smoke outlets at rear: from floor to centre of hole (mm)
Location of smoke outlets on top: from rear edge to centre of hole (mm)
Diameter of smoke outlet (mm)
Adjustable legs on stove body, (mm)
Adjustable legs on frame, (mm)
Maximum length of firewood, (mm)
Minimum hole width in the wall, (mm)
Minimum hole height in the wall, (mm)
Maximum hole depth in the wall, (mm)
Water tank, (liter)