- Emissions: 2.45 Grams Per Hour (CORD WOOD)
- Heating Capacity:* Up to 2,000 Square Feet
- EPA Tested BTUs: 15,853 to 55,395 (CORD WOOD)
- “Real World BTUs”:** See Below
- Maximum Burn Time: Up to 10 Hours
- Firebox Size: 2.2 Cubic Feet
- Maximum Log Size: 24”
- Weight: 450 Pounds
- Construction: 5/16” to 1/4” Steel Plate
- LHV Overall Efficiency:*** Up to 78%
- HHV Overall Efficiency:*** Up to 72%
- Glass Viewing Area: Ceramic Glass, 22-1/2” W x 10” H, 215.6 Sq. In.
* Heating capacity may vary depending on degree of home insulation, floor plan and ambient temperature zone
of the area you live.
** EPA tests to determine BTU output are achieved with a single load of wood at each burn rate. At home, you are likely
to add more wood to your insert to maintain your desired comfort level. By the simple process of loading your fireplace
insert with additional wood, you could achieve up to a 20% higher heat output than established during EPA testing.
*** Overall efficiency as tested using B-415.1 using Cord Wood. LHV = Low Heat Value, HHV = High Heat Value.