Cannon Wood Heater


The Cannon Combustion Wood Heater with warm convection or fan assisted heat, provides the perfect log fire atmosphere in the comfort of your own home.  Ideally suited to a medium sized living area, with contemporary clean lines, the Cannon makes the perfect addition to the family living environment.

The Cannon Wood Combustion Heater comes with a 12 month warranty and 10 year warranty on the firebox.

For a limited time only receive a free fire tool set and log holder (CAWDGWP) FREE with the purchase of a Cannon Wood Heater

AUD 1,899.00



Fan Assist: 3 speed settings

Heat Settings: Comfortable radiant heat

Build: Freestanding, solid 4.5mm steel construction

Design: Large self cleaning ceramic glass window with 8mm steel baffle plate and cool to touch spring handle. Fire brick lining with steel brick retainer.


Installation clearance required from combustible materials


To rear

To side wall

To corner

Distance from edge of top plate                      




Floor Protector Minimum Dimensions


Minimum Value

Minimum width


Minimum depth


From door to front of protector


From door to each edge of floor protector


IMPORTANT: Follow use, care and installation instructions, found in the downloads. Heater to be installed by a qualified licensed person, in accordance with AS/NZS 2918:2001 and the appropriate requirements of the relevant building code or codes.

  1. Color Type

What flue do I require?

Your Cannon wood heater must be installed with an approved “default” flue kit. You must not modify the kit in any way or mix components from other kits.

One of the most important factors that determine the performance of your heater is the height

  • of the flue. A flue that is not high enough, or does not extend far enough above nearby airflow
  • obstructions, will not allow the heater to draw air properly, and combustion will suffer as a result.


Where can I purchase a flue kit for my heater?

One of our Cannon retailers will be able to assist with flue kit purchases or your installer may also offer this service.


Who installs my heater?

A number of retailers will offer installation and service. A qualified installer or licensed plumbing company is required as all wood heater installations are regulated by Australian Standard AS/NZS2918 and must comply with Australian Standard AS/NZS 2918:2001.


What wood should I use?

Use dry hard wood, that’s well seasoned. Green or wet wood can create a lot of smoke, is ineffective for heating and can build up a lot of soot in the flue.  When wood is first cut down, it has a very high moisture content. If the wood is cut to smaller pieces then stored in a dry, airy location for 12 months, the moisture escapes, leaving dry, quality wood fuel.


How do I clean my wood heater?

All cleaning should be done when the heater has completely cooled. This should be done in the beginning of winter and once or twice during the season, depending on heater usage. With higher usage, cleaning more often is advised. Excess ashes should be removed when necessary, placed in a non-combustible container with a tightly fitting lid and moved outdoors immediately to a location clear of combustible materials.

Cleaning painted surfaces

These should come clean with a simple wipe over with a damp cloth and if necessary some mild cleansing agent. Do not use any solvents, harsh or abrasive cleansers or scourers, as these will damage the painted surfaces.

Cleaning the door glass

Sometimes, especially after an overnight burn, a black deposit may appear on the inside of the door glass. This is creosote deposit from the fire burning at below its optimal temperature. Most or all of this will burn away next time the heater is fully fired. For persistent blackening, wait till the glass has completely cooled, then clean with a plastic scourer and detergent. Rinse the detergent from the glass and then dry.

Cleaning the Flue

To clean the flue, you will need to remove the baffle plate, and access the roof to remove the flue cowl. Use a long handled flue brush designed for this purpose to clean the creosote that has built up inside the flue. The creosote will fall into the firebox where it will be burnt on the next firing. Replace the cowl and baffle plate when done.

We recommend this be done by an authorized person ONLY.


How often should I have my wood heater service?

We recommend having you’re your heater and flue checked and serviced at least once a year.  This will ensure no blockage, or creosote built up and ensure your heater is working to its best capacity. 

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