Sunday, May 19, 2024

Esse Warmheart S Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart S Wood Cookstove

The Warmheart S wood cookstove is Esse’s new, compact wood cook stove model, built to the same robust standards as their legendary Ironheart line. A detachable grill can be added to the firebox, perfect for grilling a delicious steak, and the four zone hob with graduated temperature hotplate technology makes it a breeze to utilize the cooktop for everything from searing to toasting. The Warmheart S features the same dimensions and profile as the regular Warmheart, minus the cooktop lid and towel rack, allowing for a further reduction in space and weight. Whether you’re a small restaurant with limited space, or just looking for a compact cooking solution for your home kitchen, the Warmheart S has plenty to offer.

  • Description
  • Specifications
  • Photos (2)
  • Pricing
  • Extended Info
  • Add Review


  • The Warmheart S heats up to 1,000 square feet!
  • Robust Construction
  • Small Footprint
  • Graduated Temperature Hotplate Technology
  • Sizable Baking Oven
  • Simple Air and Emission Filter Controls
  • Outside Air Connection
  • UL Tested
  • EPA Exempt (Not EPA Exempt in Washington State)

Specifications Esse Warmheart S
Heat Area 1,000 sq. ft.
Overall Dimensions 27.2"H x 19.7"W x 23.6"D
Firebox Dimensions 7.8"H x 13.8"W x 17.7"D
Max Log Length 15.7"
Heat Output 17,060 BTU
Efficiency 77%
Flue Pipe Diameter 6"
Minimum Chimney Height 15'
Graduated Temperature Hotplate 374-572°F
Clearance to Combustibles Esse Warmheart S
Side 13.8"
Rear 15.7"
Top 19.7"

Esse Warmheart S Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart S Wood Cookstove

Be sure to check out our newly improved Cookstove Community website; the best place online to connect with other cookstove users over stoves, self-sufficient living, alternative energy, and more! Take a look at our selection of videos, articles, and photos, and be sure to visit the forums to connect with like-minded folks from all over.

If you are planning to cook with a cookstove, you will need to understand some basic fire safety. Remember, extinguishing a grease or oil fire with water is not a good idea.

Heat Area (sq.ft.)
Fireplace Specific Options





Cooktop Material

Water Heating Options

Flue Orientation


Venting (Gas Stoves)


Viewing Area

Interior Style