Juup Original

Artesan sauna stove

Versatile löylys
The stones in the stove are directly above the fireplace in a stone pot, where the stones heat up quickly and every drop of water evaporates into the sauna. Water that does not evaporate when in contact with hot stones drains down to the bottom of the pot and gradually evaporates. This results in humid, soft and long-lasting löyly. By adjusting the temperature of the stove and the amount of water, everyone can enjoy löyly of their own liking.

Finnish handicraft
Each Juup artisan stove is unique. To ensure uncompromising quality and durability for decades, one and the same person will manufacture the stove from start to finish. Each stove has a nameplate showing the stove model, serial number and the name of the builder. The stove has been granted the Finnish Avainlippu. Avainlippu is a registered community trademark and guarantees that the product is made in Finland and employs in Finland.

Juup Original can be ordered with a rear or vertical smoke flue.

Versatile löylys & Finnish crafts

The outer sheath is made of sheet metal, which patinates wonderfully into an almost matte black color in a few years. The handmade stove also comes with a copper plate showing the model, serial number and the name of the builder.

Juup Original is an easy-to-use artesian stove that is suitable for saunas of 14 m³ and larger. The CE-marked wood-burning stove heats up quickly and gives long-lasting humid löyly, using less wood than traditional wood-burning stoves.

1590,00 1750,00  incl. 24% VAT

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Juup Original® stove is Finnish handicraft.

A Finnish sauna innovation designed, developed and built by sauna enthusiasts. Already in three generations.

The easy-to-use and CE-marked stove heats up quickly, using less wood than traditional wood-burning stoves.

An efficient stove produces less emissions and studies* show that the Juup® Original sauna stove’s carbon monoxide emissions are only 0.11% **, one of the lowest values on the market.

The efficiency of the Juup® Original stove is over 72 % and is suitable for 14 m³ and larger saunas.

Ab Juup Oy has been granted the Avainlippu certification. Avainlippu is a registered community trademark and guarantees that the product is made in Finland and employs people in Finland.

* Type tested according to EN 15821: 2010. Test facility identification number NB 2450. **red. O2 13 %

Versatile löylys

In Juup stoves, the sauna stones are directly above the fireplace in a “stone bowl”.

This allows the stones to heat up quickly and every drop of water to evaporate into the sauna. The water that does not immediately evaporate on contact with the hot stones drains down to the bottom of the bowl and gradually evaporates. This results in soft, humid and long-lasting löylys.

By adjusting the temperature of the stove and the amount of water, you can create exactly the kind of löylys you like. Sharp löylys are created when you throw small amounts of water onto a hot stove several times. But if you like soft and humid löylys, pour more water into a stove at lower temperature. This creates a steam bath-like löyly.

Fast and economical

The Juup® Original stove challenges the operation of traditional stoves. The stove is designed primarily to heat the sauna room and secondarily the stone nest. When the sauna room warms up, your toes do not freeze, even if the stone nest is above your feet.

Utilizing thermodynamics, the stove cycles the cold sauna room air between the mantle and the fireplace, from the bottom of the stove. This air heats up inside the stove and blows out hot from the top of the stove. Thanks to this, the temperature of the sauna rises steadily and quickly.

Thanks to its two doors, the stove is very easy to light and only needs one nest to warm up, as well as just a few flaps to maintain the temperature. The wood burns purely due to its large combustion space and the measured* carbon monoxide emissions are only 0.11 % **, which is one of the lowest values on the market.

* Type tested according to EN 15821: 2010. Test facility identification number NB 2450. **red. O2 13 %

Technical information

Minimum volume of the sauna room
14 m³
Temperature class required for smoke flue
T600
Connection hole diameter
115 mm
Weight of stones (max.)
65 kg
Net weight
117 kg
Width x Depth x Height
515 x 609 x 1400 mm
+ adjustable feet
0 – 50 mm
Safety distances
(combustible materials, sides / top)
300 / 900 mm
Safety distances
(non-combustible materials)
50 mm
Hatch sizes
Ø 150 mm

Performance level at rated power

Flue gas temperature (average – max)
386 – 457 °C
Rated power
41,3 kW
Heat output into the sauna room
29,8 kW
Carbon monoxide emissions (red. O₂ 13 %)
1331 mg/m³ (n)
Carbon monoxide emissions % (red. O₂ 13 %)
0,11 %
Overall efficiency
72,2 %
Ignition charge
5,5 kg

The Juup® Original stove has been type-tested according to EN 15821: 2010.

Identification number of the test facility: NB 2450.

Instructions & Brochures

Here you can download the Juup® Original operating and installation instructions as well as the heating instructions.

Parts of the stove

A1. Smoke flue in side installation
A2. Smoke flue for vertical installation
B. Stone pot
C. Inner frame
D. Filling hatch (Ø 150 mm)
E. Outer sheath (mantle)
F. Ignition hatch (Ø 150 mm)
G. Ash hatch and draft adjustment

Warranty

The heater body and fireplace are constructed of 3 mm carbon steel and the fireplace has only one weld seam. This allows the stove to last from one generation to the next. The original stoves, built by Gösta Juup in the 1950s, are still in use.

Thanks to its solid and durable construction, we grant the stove a 10-year warranty in home use.