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Wood pellet stoves and inserts are a popular form of heat because they are environmentally friendly, extremely clean burning, and can be cost- effective.

Also known as bio-mass stoves, these units offer a fuel option that answers the need for clean-burning, renewable energy. Made of compressed sawdust that might otherwise end up in landfills, the fuel is consistent in size, and comes in forty-pound bags.

Simply pour the pellets into the stove's hopper which automatically feeds the pellets to the stove's burn pot. A single load can burn 24 hours.

Pellet stoves can be vented into masonry chimneys or installed using specialized pellet vent that can terminate either horizontally or vertically although some vertical rise in the vent is usually recommended.

  • Ravelli RC 120


      • Standard RDS system
      • Finished in anthracite painted steel
      • Steel side panels
      • Majolica upper top
      • Combustion chamber in FIREX 600
      • Cast iron burn-pot
      • Centrifugal fan heating
      • Tangential fan heating
      • Glass cleaning system
      • Standard programmable thermostat
      • Function controls with graphic display and remote control


      Heat input power (BTU/hr) 8.500 - 50.000

      Dimensions B x H x P (inc) 19.7 - 42.2 - 19.7

      Pellet fuel consumtion per hour min/max (Lbs/h) 1.65 - 6.26

      Efficiency (%) > 85

      Flue exit pipe (Ø inc) 3.15

      Tank capacity (Lbs) 55

      Burn Time min/max (h) 8.5 - 35

      Installed Power (W) 280

      Net Wight (Lbs) 285

      Qualifies for $500 Efficiency Maine Rebate!