SKU: 125386.

Kalora 500BX2 Woodstack Fireplace


Kalora’s wood heaters bring back the realms of affordability with a high quality product that is designed to fit as comfortably and contemporary styling of a modern environment as it is in a traditional country homestead.

Finish: Metallic Black

Baffle Plate: 8mm Heavy duty steel

Firebox: 5.5mm Heavy duty steel

Firebox Dimensions (WxD): 445 x 305mm

Approx. Heat Area: Upto 200m2

Emissions: 2.0g/kg

Weight: 149kg

Unit Dimensions (WxDxH): 672 x 515 x 733mm

Fan: 3 Speed fan

Warranty: 15 year firebox warranty

Kalora 500BX2 Woodstack Fireplace

The Kalora 500BX2 Woodstack Fireplace is one of our most popular wood fireplaces.

Specifications –

  • 200m2 heater
  • Brick lined Firebox
  • 15 year firebox warranty
  • 3 speed fan
  • Solid steel top plate.
  • Incredibly low emissions 1.1 g/kg
  • Average efficiency 67%
  • Emissions: 2.0g/kg
  • Weight: 149kg
  • Unit Dimensions (WxDxH): 672 x 515 x 733mm

The Kalora 500BX2 Woodstack Fireplace has a 5.5mm steel firebox and an 8mm heavy duty steel baffle plate.

Firebox space: 445 mm x 300 mm x 280 mm

Stainless steel highlights
Oak finish handles
Classical design features


Get the same amazing performance and quality you expect from a Kalora 500 with the added advantage of a wood storage pedestal, ideal for those nights when it is just too cold to go outside for more wood!

Create an irresistible atmosphere of beauty and warmth with this beautifully crafted wood fireplace. Kalora’s mid sized fan forced convection wood fire has been designed and engineered to efficiently heat homes up to 200 m2. Minimal clearance requirements also make it a great choice for homes where space and proximity to combustible items present a challenge.

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If you’re unsure about what appliances are right for you and your home, simply contact us and let our online customer support team make a recommendation for you.

It is COMPULSORY to have your wood heater installed by a qualified person whose work conforms to Australian standards, local council regulations and manufacturer’s recommendations. Your warranty and any home insurance may be void, on failure to do so.