What is a Tent Stove?
A tent stove is a wood-burning appliance designed to be used inside a tent as a heat source and/or cooking device. All wood stoves consist of the same basic design components: An enclosed fire box with a fuel loading door, air intake to deliver oxygen to the fire, and a flue pipe system to vent smoke and combustion byproduct to the outside atmosphere. Generally, tent stoves are smaller, lighter, and more portable versions of the wood stoves found in homes. There are several types of tent stoves which vary in design, materials, and features to cater to a range of environments and applications – not exclusive to use in tents as the name suggests.