WHY CHOOSE CAST IRON
Quality Craftmanship since 1853
Jøtul has produced stoves from cast iron since 1853. This is an extremely suitable material that endures high temperatures and rapid changes in temperature. That's why Jøtul chooses cast iron for their stoves, just like car manufacturers use cast iron for their engines.
Jøtul's cast iron is recycled scrap iron from local scrap dealers. This is melted down and waste products removed at the same time as carbon and other alloying elements are added. When the melted iron has reached the right temperature, it is analysed in the lab at the Kråkerøy facility and if necessary, extra alloying elements are added to ensure that the cast iron lives up to the famous Jøtul quality. The liquid iron is then poured into molds of sand to cool down before the cast parts are turned into modern Jøtul wood stoves. Jotul stoves have earned customers confidence levels by the High Quality and Craftmanship for over a millenium. Jotul is the right choice for you.
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One of Jøtul’s most popular and most imitated woodstove is back! Winner of the 2005 Vesta Design & Technology award, the Jøtul F 118 CB Black Bear combines the simple elegance and utility of the original Jøtul 118, with modern solid fuel combustion technology. Incorporating Jøtul’s new Crossflow™ non-catalytic secondary combustion system and our legendary front-to-back “cigar burn,” this stove is the pinnacle of clean burn efficiency and maximum burn time.Holding strong to its Norwegian roots, t