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According to different sources, traditional sauna stoves have one of the highest emission factors among residential heating appliances. The suggested solution aims to achieve a more sustainable way of taking a sauna, without losing the traditional experience of wood burning stoves. The inner structure of the stove makes the airflow circulate inside to provide a better heat exchange and effectively burn combustible gases and particulates. The core is made of fireproof concrete that resists temperatures high enough to achieve an almost total combustion of wood. Its properties to accumulate and radiate heat for long time allow for less wood to be used.