An Australian designed and manufactured wood stove with a high quality, two oven, slow combustion cooking stove with the largest hot plate and oven of any major cooking stove on the market.
The Thermalux Supreme Mk III is a high quality, two oven, slow combustion cooking stove with the option of a domestic wetback or hydronic heating for a 200m2 home and has the largest hot plate and oven of any Australian made cooking stove on the market.
The original Thermalux Supreme was launched almost forty years ago, and has had only a few cosmetic changes in that time, proving that the design is timeless and reliable throughout the years.
The Supreme is built to last and is constructed from cast iron, heavy gauge steel and stainless steel components.
All ovens are manufactures from thick plate steel , unlike others made from light steel, which tend to burn out over time. The Supreme ovens will last the life of the stove, which could be as long as 50 years or more! The ovens are self cleaning and self venting and maintain an even all round temperature for perfect baking. Temperature is controlled with dual air controls, a flue damper and dilution control, all giving a swift response to temperature requirements.
The huge, solid cast iron hotplate is the largest available manufactured in Australia. The hotplate is capable of accommodating up to six saucepans and there is a convenient cast iron simmer plate to keep things 'just on the boil'. When the hotplate not in use the hinged hotplate covers retain the heat in the stove.
Options include a glass oven door, splashback with built in plate rack, chrome hot plate covers, powder coated doors and a plinth to raise the height of the stove to bench high.
The Supreme Mk III can also be 'mirror imaged', placing the oven and the flue on the left and the firebox and water pipes on the right, making some installations easier. It comes in a choice of hard wearing specialist painted finishes. Standard colours are Black, Charcoal, Blue, Green and Brown.
The Supreme also has the option of a 5kW wet back (water jacket) for domestic hot water heating, or an 8kW wet back for domestic and small hydronic supply, or even a massive 20kW for hydronic projects up to 200m2 (or a little less with domestic hot water as well).