Mighty Mini 12 - 12 inch tiny woodburner

BobUrban

Minister of Fire
Jul 24, 2010
1,933
Central Michigan
I think it would work great in a sauna
 

Ashful

Minister of Fire
Mar 7, 2012
14,724
Philadelphia
I think your first step would be getting a copy of their requirements for certification, and a list of their test procedures, so you're not wasting money trying to get certified until you're sure the product and your business conforms.

Second step, and perhaps a means to the first, is finding and calling some standards testing labs. I'd find out who other stove manufacturers have used (check tag on back of stove), but also try to find someone local.
 

joecool85

Minister of Fire
I think your first step would be getting a copy of their requirements for certification, and a list of their test procedures, so you're not wasting money trying to get certified until you're sure the product and your business conforms.

Second step, and perhaps a means to the first, is finding and calling some standards testing labs. I'd find out who other stove manufacturers have used (check tag on back of stove), but also try to find someone local.
I agree entirely, this is the route I would take.