Friday, August 23, 2019

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

This stove has been discontinued and the page is for informational purposes only. 

This furnace is able to burn pellets, corn and other fuels.  With twin blowers and up to 105,000 BTUs, the 8500 will heat a home up to 3,000 sq. ft.  The furnace is designed to use in conjunction with your existing HVAC ductwork and works side by side with your existing furnace.

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Features:

  • Providing comforting heat for up to 3,000 sq. ft.
  • Holds up 320 pounds of fuel
  • Heavy steel construction
  • One touch digital control board
  • Cast iron front door
  • Dual blowers
  • Large and easily accessible ash drawer
  • Brushed nickel handles

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Specifications Breckwell SP8500 Multi-Fuel Furnace
Hopper Capacity 80 lbs
Blowers Dual 800 CFM Blowers
Dimensions
Width 28.5"
Height 43"
Depth 37"
Performance
BTUs per hour Up to 105,000
EPA Status Exempt
Approved Installation Add on to your existing HVAC

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SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

SP8500 Breckwell Multi-Fuel Furnace - Discontinued

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