How to Effectively Prevent the Deformation of Titanium Stove?

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The deformation of titanium stove is mainly related to 2 factors:

  • Quality of titanium stove

  • Unreasonable operation

The quality of the titanium stove itself is one of the most important factors in determining whether the titanium stove is deformed or not, including the grade and purity of the titanium material used to make the stove, as well as the structure of the stove. High strength and high purity titanium metal can well prevent the titanium stove from deformation, and a good structure can reduce the role of mechanical stress.

For many novice campers, they have less experience with titanium stoves. Thought and other metal stoves, the same as normal wood burning can be, in fact, titanium stove use process, there are many precautions. In fact, there are a lot of precautions during the use of titanium stove, including temperature control and maintenance after use.

Choose a wood stove made of high-strength titanium alloy:

Industrial Pure Titanium (CP Titanium): Industrial Pure Titanium is one of the most common titanium materials and the purest grade of titanium. It offers high corrosion resistance, excellent strength and low density. Industrially pure titanium is usually manufactured from materials with a purity of 99% or higher, with common grades such as Gr1 and Gr2. These grades of industrially pure titanium are suitable for general outdoor stove manufacturing, providing reliable performance and durability.

Based on cost-effectiveness, American Standard Gr 1 (GB/T standard Ta 1) is the grade of material used in most wood stoves, and Tryhomy utilizes 99.6% pure Ta 1 titanium as the raw material for each of our stoves to ensure the strength and durability of our stoves.

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Titanium Tent Stove

Titanium Alloys: Titanium alloys are materials obtained by alloying titanium with other elements such as aluminum, vanadium and zirconium. Titanium alloys have higher strength and heat resistance, and have a wider range of applications than industrially pure titanium. Common grades of titanium alloys include Ti-6Al-4V (Gr5) and Ti-3Al-2.5V (Gr9). These titanium alloys are suitable for tent stove designs that require greater strength and durability. Due to the high price of titanium alloys, only some titanium stoves choose this material as a raw material.

Thickness: The thickness of a titanium tent stove also needs to be considered. A moderate thickness will provide adequate structural strength and durability while keeping the weight low. Too thin a thickness may result in a stove that is easily deformed or damaged, while too thick a thickness adds weight and unnecessary material waste. The main popular titanium stove thickness is 0.6-1 mm titanium plate.

Surface treatment: In order to improve the quality and durability of titanium tent stoves, special surface treatments such as anodizing, polishing or coating can be considered. These treatments can increase the corrosion resistance, wear resistance and aesthetics of the stove.

Optimize the structural design of titanium stove:

By optimizing the structural design of titanium stove, the effect of mechanical stress can be reduced, thus reducing the risk of deformation of the stove.

The structural design of a titanium stove requires consideration of several aspects to ensure that it is effective in preventing deformation. The following are some design recommendations that may help minimize deformation in titanium stove:

Add support structures: In the design of a titanium stove, support structures should be added to increase its stability. This can be accomplished by adding more supports and connections to ensure that the stove can remain stable during use.

Optimize thermodynamic design: Optimizing the thermodynamic design allows the titanium stove to handle high temperature and high pressure environments more effectively. For example, the material, structure and thickness of the stove body should be rationally selected to ensure that it can withstand the thermal and mechanical stresses of high temperature and high pressure.

Correct operation and reasonable temperature control:

Control the heating temperature of the titanium stove: During the heating process, the heating temperature of the titanium stove needs to be controlled to avoid the deformation of the stove body caused by too high temperature. Uniform heating: When heating the wood stove, it is necessary to ensure the uniform heating of the stove body, to avoid partly overheating and partly over cooling, which will lead to deformation of the stove body.

Control the heating speed: In the heating process, the heating speed needs to be controlled to avoid thermal stress and deformation caused by too fast heating. The method of gradual heating can be used to slowly increase the temperature, so that the stove body gradually adapt to the high temperature environment.

Control the number of thermal cycles: In the use of titanium stove, frequent thermal cycles should be avoided as much as possible to reduce the risk of thermal stress and deformation. This can be achieved by reducing the number of stops and starts, optimizing process parameters, etc.

Regular maintenance and servicing:

Regular maintenance and servicing of the titanium stove is necessary to detect and deal with potential problems in time and to avoid deformation and other problems caused by negligent maintenance of the titanium stove.

How to maintain and care for the titanium stove?

Clean and keep dry: Regular cleaning of the titanium stove is an important part of maintenance. After use, make sure to remove ashes and residues from the stove body. Use a suitable tool, such as a brush or rag, to clean the inner and outer surfaces of the stove body. At the same time, ensure that the stove body is thoroughly dried out to avoid standing water and humidity.

Checking and replacing seals: Regularly check the seals of your titanium stove, such as the door seals and the seals at the chimney connections. Make sure the seals are intact and not broken or deteriorated. If necessary, replace seals promptly to ensure the sealing and combustion efficiency of the stove.

Inspect and clean the combustion chamber: Periodically inspect the combustion chamber of the titanium stove to make sure that there is no excessive accumulation of ash and carbide inside. Use appropriate tools, such as a scraper or vacuum cleaner, to clean carbon and debris from the combustion chamber. This helps maintain air circulation and combustion efficiency in the stove.

Inspect and maintain the stove structure: Periodically inspect the stove structure of the Titanium stove, including the walls, legs and connections. Make sure there is no obvious deformation, crack or looseness. If problems are found, take timely repair measures or seek professional maintenance help.

Use suitable fuel: Make sure that suitable fuel, such as wood fire, is used in the titanium stove. Avoid using wet fuels or harmful substances to prevent excessive smoke and pollutants from being produced, as well as to minimize corrosion and damage to the stove.

In summary, in order to effectively prevent the deformation of titanium stove, it is necessary to control the heating temperature, heating speed and uniform heating, as well as to use high-strength titanium alloy materials, optimize the structural design of wood stove, as well as regular maintenance and repair of titanium stove.

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How To Choose The Best Wood Stove For Hot Tent Camping


The Best Camping Wood Stove

Which hot tent wood stove is best for us?


Camping in the great outdoors during the winter season can be a thrilling experience. The peaceful solitude, the beauty of the snow-covered landscape, and the cozy warmth of a hot tent make for an unforgettable trip. However, to make the most of your winter camping trip, you need a reliable wood stove to keep you warm and comfortable throughout your stay. Choosing the right wood stove for your hot tent is crucial, and this article will provide you with some tips on how to do just that.

  • Size and Capacity
  • Materials and Durability
  • Tent Choices 
  • Outside Temperatures
  • Fuel Sources

All kinds of information is useful for anybody who's interested in hot tent camping.

Size and Capacity

The size and capacity of the wood stove you choose should be based on the size of your tent and the number of people who will be camping with you. A stove that is too small will not provide sufficient heat, while a stove that is too large will generate excess heat that can be uncomfortable and dangerous. Therefore, it is essential to choose a wood stove that is appropriate for the size of your tent and the number of people who will be camping with you.

Size of tent wood stove:

Mini Tent Stove: 33*17.5*16.5 cm

Medium Stove: 36*20*20 cm

Large Wood Stove: 380*22*22 cm

If You Use The Wood Stove In Teepee Tents

We cannot position the large stove in most single or two person teepee style tents because of the center pole, so we would actually have to turn the wood stove on the side.

Whereas the Tryhomy Mini Stove or the t1 mini stove, we can change to any orientation you want. We could be sleeping on the area giving us easy access to the door to load the wood stove throughout the night, we can also turn it on its side if we want to have a good look at some of these glass windows.

And a small tent stove can actually heat a four to six person teepee tent very nicely. However we are going to be load more often.

A lot of people think that we need a large wood stove to heat a large tent. That's actually not entirely true, it is up to a certain size of tent.

The maximum size of being six person tp and the smallest being a one to two person, a large stove and a small stove will work totally fine, it depends what we're going to be doing inside of that tent.

Are you hiking in? Are you driving in?

A small tent stove can definitely be used in a large tent and vice versa we can even fit a large wood stove inside of a one to two person tent.

We can have a small fire in a large firebox or we can have a small firebox and have a large fire vice versa.

So we don't have to load the large stove full of firewood, we can have a small fire inside of it and hold the hot air and have more room on top for cooking.

So large stoves can go in small tents, small stoves can go in large tents, it totally depends on what your needs are. 

Glass Versus No Glass 

A lot of tent stoves have glass panels, such as the Tryhomy Ultra Stove has a very large glass panel on the side of the stove the other side is solid. Some mini wood stove with three, one on the front two side glass panels with obstructed view. And some hot tent stoves have no glasses. All can be got at Tryhomy.

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What is the benefit of the glass?  

Stoves have been used for centuries as a way to keep warm during cold weather. However, it was only in recent times that stoves were designed with glass doors. This innovation has brought about many benefits that have made stoves more efficient and convenient for users.

Firstly, the glass on stove doors allows users to monitor the fire inside without having to constantly open and shut the door. This is particularly important when it comes to loading the stove with more fuel. With a clear view of the fire, users can determine when it is necessary to add more fuel without opening the door and losing heat in the process.

Secondly, heat transfer is much better through the glass than it is through solid panels. This is because the glass allows more heat to escape, making the stove more efficient at heating up a space. The benefit of this is that users can adjust the stove's position to optimize the heat output. For instance, if more heat is required, users can position the stove with the glass facing them. Alternatively, if less heat is required, they can position the stove with the glass facing away from them. This way, users can regulate the amount of heat that enters their living space without having to adjust the stove's temperature.

Thirdly, double-walled stoves have been designed to minimize side heat transfer. This is particularly useful in situations where space is limited, and the stove is positioned close to walls or furniture. In such scenarios, a stove with a double-walled panel is recommended to prevent any heat damage to the surrounding objects.

In conclusion, the glass in stove doors is not just for aesthetics. It has many practical benefits that make stoves more efficient, convenient, and safe to use. With a clear view of the fire, better heat transfer, and double-walled panels, stove users can enjoy the warmth and comfort of their stoves with ease. So, the next time you purchase a stove, consider one with a glass door to experience these benefits for yourself.

So the glass does have a benefit by letting out a lot of light and a lot of heat.

Steel Versus Titanium

1 What are the main benefits is cost typically.

Titanium wood stoves are going to be higher in cost due to materials titanium is an expensive material, stainless steel is rather affordable, so stainless steel wood stoves generally are a little bit lower in cost than the titanium wood stove. 

But keep in mind, if the shipping fees not rolled into, the stainless steel stove cost the shipping fees may be higher, because this is coming in at about 20 to 22 pounds. However titanium tent stoves are coming in between three and five pounds depending on the model. 

Stianless Steel Wood Stoves comes in 8 pounds to 12 pounds with free shipping to most country.

Normally, stainless steel are very heavy, but titanium stoves are very light.

2 Titanium has some amazing properties. 

The titanium will not rust and it cools down very very quickly, even though we can argue stainless steel won't rust either.

The biggest point i want to put out is that stainless steel stoves hold heat. There is a myth to go along with this, however the myth is that a stainless steel stove will hold heat and continue heating the tent, that is totally false.

Yes, it is true stainless steel is thicker than titanium, four millimeters thick of stainless steel, four or five millimeters thick on the top plate and then three on the sides, titanium is one millimeter thick all the way around. However the tent is not insulated. When the fire goes out, whether it's in a titanium stove, a big stove, a small stove, a steel stove, whenever the heat is gone it's getting cold.

3 The stainless steel stoves are a little bit easier to cook on. 

Stainless steel takes longer to cool down, because they do retain a lot of heat as it is thicker steel.

The titanium wood stove usually has hot spots which are generally right in front of the chimney pipe that's the hottest point because everything's going out there. With the stainless steel stoves they get a nice even heat and where they are thicker on the top they do generate and hold a lot more heat than the titanium does.

The stainless steel stoves being more cost effective that may be an option for choosing a stove. But these are not going to be hikable, you're not going to be carrying this in your backpack. So the steel stoves is basically made for my truck, however i bring the titanium stoves whatever i'm doing on that trip. But stainless steel stoves, there are some pros and cons those are some to think about.

Fuel Source

What kind of wood fuel are you going to be putting inside of your wood stove?


When it comes to using a tent stove for heating or cooking, the type of wood we choose to burn can have a significant impact on the stove's performance and our overall experience. While we have various options available, including hardwood, softwood, and store-bought bio bricks or fire logs, each has its unique characteristics that can affect the heat output, burn time, and safety.

Hardwood is a popular option for many campers because it burns slowly, releasing heat evenly over an extended period. As a result, it's perfect for keeping the tent warm throughout the night, especially in colder temperatures. Additionally, hardwood produces less smoke and embers, reducing the risk of setting the tent on fire or damaging the stove's components. However, hardwood tends to be denser and heavier than softwood, making it more challenging to transport and chop.

On the other hand, softwood burns faster and produces more heat in a shorter time. This makes it an excellent choice for quickly heating up the tent when you first arrive or for cooking meals that require high temperatures. However, the downside is that softwood emits more smoke and sparks, posing a higher risk of fire and creating a dirtier burn. Softwood also tends to be lighter and easier to cut than hardwood, making it ideal for backpackers who need to carry their firewood over long distances.

Another option available to campers is store-bought bio bricks or fire logs. These compressed wood products are convenient to use, burn cleanly, and are easy to store and transport. However, they may not provide the same level of heat output as natural wood, and they can be more expensive.

When choosing the type of wood to burn in our tent stove, we need to consider our specific needs and preferences. For example, if we plan to use the stove for extended periods, we may want to opt for hardwood to ensure a steady heat output and minimize the risk of fire. However, if we only need the stove for a short time or are traveling light, softwood may be the better choice.

Moreover, when cutting firewood in the woods, the size of the wood we choose can also affect our experience. Larger stoves may benefit from longer pieces of wood that burn slower and require less frequent loading, while smaller stoves may require smaller pieces that burn faster and produce more heat. Regardless of the size of the stove, safety should always be our top priority when handling firewood. We should always wear gloves, use a proper chopping tool, and avoid burning wet or rotting wood.

In conclusion, choosing the right type of wood for our tent stove is crucial to ensure a safe, efficient, and enjoyable camping experience. Whether we opt for hardwood, softwood, or store-bought products, we need to consider factors such as heat output, burn time, weight, and safety. By making an informed decision and practicing responsible firewood handling, we can stay warm and cozy while enjoying the great outdoors.

Loading Frequency of The Wood Stove

Tryhomy tent wood stove, the timberwolf and the t1 mini, are shorter stoves and they're not very tall, making them very easy to backpack and hike in, which is the reason why i really like them on solo trips.

When it comes to camping in colder weather, having a reliable heat source can make all the difference. And for many outdoor enthusiasts, a wood stove is the go-to option for keeping their tents warm and comfortable. The Tryhomy Tent Wood Stove is one such option, known for its portability and efficiency.

But with several sizes available, how do you know which one to choose? The Timberwolf and T1 Mini are shorter stoves that are easy to backpack and hike with, making them ideal for solo trips. However, if you're camping with a group or planning to be away from camp for extended periods, a larger stove may be necessary.

One advantage of a larger stove is the ability to fit more wood and load less frequently. If you're planning to be away from camp for most of the day, a longer burning stove will ensure that your tent remains warm and your gear doesn't freeze up. It's important to consider your specific needs when choosing a stove size.

That being said, it's always important to prioritize safety when using a wood stove. Even with a larger stove, it's not recommended to let it burn throughout the night while you sleep. Instead, invest in a winter sleeping bag and sleeping pad that can keep you warm without relying on the stove. This will ensure that you stay safe and comfortable even if something unexpected happens with the stove.

Ultimately, the Tryhomy Tent Wood Stove offers a range of options for outdoor enthusiasts looking to stay warm during colder weather. By taking into consideration your specific needs and prioritizing safety, you can choose the right stove size for your camping adventures.

Landscape and Ambient Temperatures

Are You Going to Be in Zero Degrees Celsius?

When it comes to camping in the winter, the first thing you need to consider is the temperature. Are you going to be in zero degrees Celsius, or are you going to be in a negative 20 degrees Celsius? The temperature is going to have a significant impact on the type of shelter and stove you bring with you.

The Landscape

Another factor that plays a critical role in your winter camping experience is the landscape. Is the area flat and smooth, windy, rocky, or filled with ice and snow? Depending on the conditions, you may need to bring a large or small tent and stove. If you're camping in a rocky area, setting up a large tent may be challenging. In this case, you may need to bring a smaller tent, which will limit your stove choice.

Stove Size

The size of your stove is also essential to consider. If you plan on cooking a lot on your stove, you'll likely want a longer top to fit more pots and pans. However, if you're in a small tent, a large stove may not be practical. Similarly, if you're in a larger tent, a small stove may not be sufficient to keep you warm.


The temperature outside will also affect your stove choice. If you're camping in negative 20 degrees Celsius, you'll need to load a small stove every 40 minutes, while a large stove may last two and a half to three hours depending on the fuel source. Therefore, you need to think practically about how hot you need the tent to be. Do you need it to be roasting hot, or do you just need enough heat to cut the dampness?

Ultimately, the success of your winter camping trip will depend on the gear you bring and how well you prepare. With careful consideration of the temperature, landscape, and stove size, you'll be able to choose the right equipment to keep you warm and comfortable, no matter how cold it gets. So, plan carefully, pack well, and enjoy the winter wonderland.

How Many People are We Going Camping With?

Camping is one of the best ways to connect with nature and experience the great outdoors. However, there are several important factors to consider when planning your camping trip, such as the size of your tent, the number of people in your group, and the type of stove you'll need. In this article, we will discuss how to choose the right stove for your camping trip based on the size of your group.

Are you going to be by yourself?

If you're camping alone, you'll have to carry everything by yourself, including the stove. Therefore, you'll want to choose a stove that's lightweight and easy to carry. You might consider a small backpacking stove that can fit easily in your backpack.

Are you going to be with two people?

If you're camping with one other person, you can split the weight and the components between the two of you. One person can carry the tent, while the other person can carry the stove. In this case, you can choose a slightly larger stove than if you were camping alone.

Are you going to be with more people?

If you're camping with a larger group, you'll need a larger stove that can accommodate more people. However, you'll also need to consider the weight and size of the stove, as well as how many people can carry the components. In this case, you might consider bringing multiple stoves or a larger stove that can be split into smaller components.

When you're inside of your tent, how much room do you need?

The size of your stove will also depend on how much room you need inside your tent. A larger stove will take up more room, so you'll need a larger tent to accommodate it. However, you can also consider a wood stove that takes up less floor space but is taller in height. Alternatively, you can choose a smaller stove and take shifts throughout the night to keep warm.

In conclusion, choosing the right stove for your camping trip depends on several factors, including the size of your group, the weight and size of the stove, and how much room you need inside your tent. Consider these factors carefully when planning your camping trip, and you'll be sure to have a great time in the great outdoors!


When choosing a stove, if we're going to be using it for cooking, some of these things might sway our decision.

1 side shelves: Tryhomy ultra stoves with side shelves, used as basically a shelf to warm food, put a pot and pan, hang gloves and socks which i typically do to dry during the wintertime, the racks work really really well. which means it's going to keep pots and pans very warm and we can also hang clothing mittens and hats off the sides of that to cook

2 Long cooktop: A generous size, we could fit about probably six 750 ml titanium pots up here.

At the same time there is a lot of cooking space up top and storage space down on the sides. 

A longer wood stove is massive, you can cook all day good for group camps. A smaller stove you could fit probably four 750 ml pots on this so it is a smaller cook surface you can certainly cook for one or two people.

3 Internal damper: which is removable this is going to either help or basically inhibit you from cooking. I often do not use these because i find the stoves can open up to full throttle with these not installed by opening the draft and the damper.

However, if you do install this, it basically locks the stove into a slow and low burner. This will distribute the heat throughout the top with this installed, basically it goes inside of the stove.

4 Stove oven underneath of the stove

We can slide in a pizza, we can do nachos, we can do all kinds of different food options with the oven. This might be a little overkill or just right, depends on how long are you going to be staying in that location?  We're only going to be cooking nachos one time or staying for a week, maybe you're out elk hunting. 

The Shape of Shelter

What is the shape of your tent?

Tents have come a long way from the traditional teepee-style design that was commonly used in the past. Today, dome-shaped tents are becoming increasingly popular for camping and other outdoor activities. While teepee tents are still popular and have their advantages, dome tents offer a unique set of benefits that are worth considering.

One of the main differences between these two types of tents is their shape. Teepee tents are conical and have a small roof area, while dome tents are rounded and have a larger roof area. This difference in shape can have a significant impact on the way heat is distributed throughout the tent.

When using a teepee tent, the heat rises to a small point at the top of the tent. This can create a very hot and constrictive environment, especially when sitting up. The heat is limited to a small area, making it difficult to move around without feeling uncomfortable. Additionally, the stove that is used to heat the tent is typically located near the bottom, which can create a draft and pull in cold air.

In contrast, dome tents have a larger roof area, which allows heat to disperse more evenly throughout the tent. This creates a milder and more comfortable heat, making it easier to move around and sleep comfortably. The stove is also typically located higher up in a dome tent, which can help to reduce drafts and cold air intake.

Another benefit of dome tents is their vertical side walls. Teepee tents tend to have sloping side walls, which can limit the amount of usable space inside the tent. With vertical side walls, dome tents offer more usable space, making it easier to store gear and move around inside the tent.

When it comes to choosing a wood stove for your tent, the shape of the tent should be a consideration. A teepee tent may require a larger stove to heat the smaller space effectively, while a dome tent may be able to be heated adequately with a smaller stove due to its larger roof area and more even heat distribution.

In conclusion, both teepee tents and dome tents have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice ultimately comes down to personal preference and the specific needs of your camping trip. However, it's worth considering a dome tent for its more even heat distribution, comfortable environment, and vertical side walls. Regardless of the type of tent you choose, make sure to choose a wood stove that is appropriate for the size and shape of your tent to ensure a safe and enjoyable camping experience.


Do you really need a lot of heat in the stove?

Do you need the tent really hot? 

Do you need a longer cook surface?

Do you need a smaller cook surface a smaller stove? 

Do you want to cut less wood? 


When planning a camping trip, one of the most important considerations is what type of tent stove is going to be right for you. With so many options available on the market, it can be overwhelming to choose the right one. However, taking the time to think about your needs and what will benefit you the most will ensure a successful and comfortable camping experience.

One of the first factors to consider when choosing a tent stove is its height. If you have a low ceiling or a small tent, a tall stove may not be the best choice. Similarly, if you are tall and need to stand up while cooking, a stove that is too short may not be ideal.

The length of the stove is also an important consideration, especially if you have limited space in your tent. A shorter stove may be more compact and easier to store, but may not have as much cooking space as a longer stove.

The weight of the stove is another important factor. If you plan on carrying the stove for long distances, a lightweight stove may be more practical. On the other hand, if you will be driving a truck to your campsite, a heavier stove may be more suitable.

When it comes to capacity, it is important to think about how often you will be using the stove. If you plan on using it frequently, a larger capacity stove may be more convenient. However, if you will only be using it occasionally, a smaller stove that requires more frequent loading may be a better option.

While cost is always a consideration, it is important to remember that investing in a high-quality stove can save you money in the long run. A more expensive stove may last longer and require less maintenance than a cheaper one.

Ultimately, the most important factor to consider when choosing a tent stove is your own needs and preferences. It is important to choose a stove that will meet your specific needs and provide you with the most use and enjoyment during your camping trip.

In conclusion, choosing the right tent stove is a crucial step in planning a successful camping trip. By carefully considering factors such as height, length, weight, capacity, and cost, you can choose a stove that will meet your specific needs and provide you with years of use and enjoyment.

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Are Tent Stoves Safe?


Are Tent Stoves Safe?

No, It is quite dangerous being confined in a tent heated by a roaring wood stove.

Why would you want to put a stove in your tent?

A Good Tent Wood Stove can bring you warmth, comfortable, cooking, enough boiling water, and make your tent a refuge in storm.

If you still want to enjoy the Hot Tenting to survive the cold night and escape from the freezing temperatures, you should take some steps.

Two main danger you need to concern, which are quite rare, but both can happen.

  • Ten burning down
  • Carbon monoxide poisoning

How to prevent the ten burning down during Hot Tenting?

Tip 1: Make sure the pipe sections are properly secured.

Tip 2: Setting the tent up out of the wind.

Tip 3: Using a flame retardant mat under and around the stove

If possible, rolling back the tent’s groundsheet and placing the stove directly on the ground.

Tip 4: Using A spark arrestor on the top of chimney

This works great for arresting sparks to prevent hot sparks or ash landing on the tent.

Tip 5: Keeping combustible items away from the tent stove as they do get very hot

Tip 6: Keeping at hand a way of extinguishing any fire

How to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning using stove in tent?

Carbon monoxide poisoning and tent’s nose carbon monoxide poisoning happens when you have a fuel source that is using up all the oxygen and an enclosed space oxygen that we all need to breathe. It is an odorless, colorless gas that you know usually kills people in their sleep.

With tent stoves it's less of an issue and less of a concern than if you're cooking on like a propane fired cook stove, but it's still something to be aware of.

Tip 1: Using a carbon monoxide detector on the floor somewhere in their hot tent.

This as a backup method is always great to have. 

Tip 2: Keeping your tent wood stove clean and clear of ash and creosote, and that's going to ensure that your stove is drafting properly.

A properly drafting stove will have a combustion in the chamber that's the burning wood and the airflow is going to come through the front of the tent and the air baffle. If you close the door all the way there still would be drafts that's coming through the unsealed door.

It is that air is going to bring oxygen in combust and then the unburnt portions of the wood and which is ash and spark will draft out through the pipe.

Tip 3: Cleaning out your flue pipe at least every two days.

You're going to know when your tent woos stove needs the cleaning because it's going to be really difficult to light. So the ash and unburnt wood inside the tent stove cylinder that gets scraped out after every fire. So you have a night fire you scrape it out in the morning, the morning fire you should wipe it out before it get later in the evening.

In your home your chimney gets swept out by a chimney sweep you can also use to refrain creosote blocks and that you burn in there and the chemical runs up and cleans out the creosote inside your flue pipe.

In a tent - this is a lot easier you don't need to do any of that simply wait till the thing is cold and then take the flue pipe sections out.

Start with the top couple the ones closest to the top are going to have the most creosote buildup because as the hot smoke and unburnt material moves up most of it is going to get reburn because this section of flue pipe is extremely hot as you move up to the outer layers the temperature decreases and so less of that smoke and ash is being combusted.

Tip 4: Don't sleep with the wood stove on and wait till it's out before you go to bed and just bundle up.

People often ask that how long does a stove burn? A small portable tent stove is not going to burn all night, it's simply not that efficient. It's not built for that, it's built for being light and portable. It's not going to burn all night otherwise you add tiny pieces of wood to it throughout the entire evening.


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Which material tent wood stove is best?


Which material tent wood stove is best?

When it comes to wood stoves, the choice of materials is important because they affect the stove's durability, heat retention, and overall performance.

Before you purchase a Tent Wood Stove, maybe you have some questions of the material, such as

Which one would be more durable/last longer with constant use?

Which material is the most resistant to corrosion or weather?

Which material stove will warp after long time burning?

Does titanium stoves distribute heat as well as other material stove?

There are mainly three kinds of material stoves, heavy-duty steel, stainless steel and titanium.

Titanium Tent Stove

Stainless Steel Tent Stove         

Heavy Duty Carbon Steel Tent Stove

Heavy Duty Carbon Steel Wood Stove

Carbon steel is a strong, durable metal that is often used in industrial applications. Carbon steel wood stoves are the best at heating up, holding heat and providing excellent cooking conditions, except steel stoves cost the least. The only two downsides are that they are bulky and may require more maintenance than other materials to prevent rust and corrosion.

If you need more heating for a medium or large tent, or you can handle the weight, a heavy-duty steel stove is a better choice. 



Tryhomy Steel Tent Stove is highly recommended, weight less at 20.7 lbs (9.4 kg), which is treated with high-temperature paint to resist rust and corrosion from rain and moisture.

Titanium Wood Stove

Titanium’s biggest advantage is its ultralight performance, which is the best material for lightweight wood stoves among hikers and backpackers. Titanium is 45% lighter than stainless steel.

However, titanium wood stove is much more expensive for its strong, lightweight, and naturally rust-resistant advantages.

If you focus more on lightweight than price, titanium is the lightest tent wood stove material you can buy.


TH-Spark-Mini titanium tent stove can be a good choice for your next backpacking camping.

Stainless Steel Wood Stove

Stainless steel is a corrosion-resistant alloy made up of steel, chromium, and other metals. It is a popular choice for wood stoves because it is relatively affordable, durable, and easy to clean.

So it’s perfect for when your wood stove takes a lot of abuse. This makes it a top choice of campers who are hard on their gear. Stainless steel stoves can retain heat well and can last for many years with proper care. By far, Stainless steel tent wood stove is tougher and more scratch-resistant than titanium version.

However, a stainless steel stove weighs a bit more than a titanium wood stove and may not be as efficient at heating up quickly.

Tryhomy Stainless Steel Tent Wood Stove features a flat top surface that can be used for cooking or boiling water, and a front-loading door that allows you to easily add wood to the fire. The stove is also designed with adjustable air vents to control the amount of air flow and heat output, which can be useful for cooking or regulating the temperature inside a tent.

At the middle of 2022, considering the cost and weight, Tryhomy pushed a new type tent wood stove. Made of 304 stainless steel material, but can be folded completely as titanium stoves for backpacking. Weight 6.6lb/ 3 kg, little heavier than titanium stoves. This tent wood stove for sale saves 60% money for you, and 30% lighter than other stainless steel stove with same body size.

For a hot tent stove, it doesn't matter if it holds heat well. Both material tent stoves transfer heat exceptionally well, but titanium wood stoves are bad at distributing the heat. It might be in part that since titanium is stronger it is usually made into items with a thinner thickness, so there isn't enough mass to effectively distribute the heat evenly. 

Ultimately, the choice between titanium, stainless steel, and heavy-duty carbon steel for a wood stove depends on your specific needs and preferences. If you prioritize portability and durability, titanium may be the best option. If you want an affordable and durable stove that is easy to maintain, stainless steel may be the way to go. If you need a heavy-duty stove that can heat up quickly and retain heat well, a carbon steel stove may be the best choice.

So if you want a hot tent stove, stainless steel tent wood stove is recommended. If you want a portable wood stove just for cooking, both performance was identical.

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