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Clean burning wood stove


Jøtul F 130-series is a modern and stylish designed woodstove. For houses with a low energy demand, this stove is an ideal option. It is compact and designed to function optimally on low burn. This will in turn give you a positive heating experience both when it comes to warmth and a great view of the flames. The Jøtul F 130-series is clean burning with a modern combustion system making it more efficient and reducing wood consumption by up to 40%. Integrated convection allows you to install the stove closer to combustible material. A gentle matt black surface gives Jøtul F 130-series a pure and subtle expression. Choose between pedestal or base, and with or without side glass. The designers behind this range is the award-winning design company Hareide Design.

  • Compact - Provides a positive heating experience in homes with low energy requirements
  • Flexible installation - Can be placed closer to flammable material
  • Modern - Clean design with even cleaner burning


Height: 1,098 mm

Width: 410 mm

Depth: 396 mm


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  • Height 1098 mm

  • Width 410 mm

  • Depth 396 mm

  • Weight 120 kg

  • Log size up to 25 cm

  • Flue outlet Ø 150 mm

  • Flue exit options Top / Rear

  • Nom output 4.7 kW

  • Efficiency 83%

  • Heating capacity up to 100 m²

  • Heating capacity cubic up to 200 m³

  • CO Emission 0.09%

  • Dust Product Emission 5 mg/Nm³

  • NOx Emission 148 mg/Nm³

  • OGC Emission 79 mg/Nm³

  • Closed combustion Yes

  • Clean burn Yes

  • External air intake Yes

  • Ash solution Yes

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History & Craftmanship

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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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That lasts

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

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