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Radwinter – Masport Auckland Wood-Burning Stove

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Radwinter – Masport Auckland Wood-Burning Stove

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Here is a real rarity, a Masport Auckland Wood-Burning Stove, I had never come across one of these before finding this example at an address in Radwinter. Until I swept this stove I was not even aware of a stove company called Masport. Needless to say, I was straight on to Google when I got home to see what I could find out about Masport and the Auckland Stove. I was keen to do this as not only had I not been aware of this stove manufacture and model I had been told by the customer that they had been very impressed with the stoves performance but had not been able to tell me much about it as they had inherited it when they had moved into the address. I always like a bit of a rarity for the weekly blog!

By searching the web I was able to discover that Masport Heating are an Australian stove manufacturer who have been producing stoves and other heating components for over 40 years. They have manufacturing sites in both Australia and New Zealand, hence the Auckland stove model. Their sales material tells us that: “Masport Heating products are designed specifically for Australian homes. We are passionate about providing the most inspirational design and advanced technology to give you the best fire. We strive to care for Australia and its environment, and we are proud to be at the forefront of a new generation of clean burning, ultra-efficient wood fires”.

Masport Heating manufacture a wide range of models, but do not appear to make the Auckland stove any longer. Their models include a cylindrical stove called the Adena, a cassette stove called the Inveral, a type of Jetmaster open fire configuration called the Ligna and two types of pot belly stoves called the Klondike and the Pitsburgh Mk II. They also produce an extensive range of freestanding stoves including the Rosewood, Redwood, Redcliff, Rubyvale, Rockwood, Romsey, Riverstone, Ravenhall, Clunes, Curlewis, Creswick, and the Westcott 1000, 2000 and 3000.


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