Tuesday, September 29, 2020

SP4000FS Classic Breckwell

P4000FS The Classic Cast Breckwell Pellet Stove

The Classic Cast is a captivating combination of comfort and charm.

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You might not guess from its charming New England exterior that the Classic Cast pellet stove is one hot number.  With up to 40,000 BTUs, this stove provides both comfort and styling to any home.  If you want to experience the coziness of heartland warmth and the reliability of durable and rugged Made in America quality- this is your stove.

P4000FS Classic Cast Features:

  • "Hot Rod" Automatic Firestarter
  • Heats up to 1,500 Square Feet
  • Digital One-Touch Control with Diagnostics
  • Up to 42,000 BTU Heat Input
  • 8 Tube Heat Exchange System
  • Up to 50 lb. Hopper Capacity
  • 81% Fuel Efficiency
  • Two Thermostat modes: high/low or on/off
  • Four Heat Settings
  • Low Speed Trim Setting
  • Limited Five-Year Warranty
  • EPA Exempt

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Clearances to Combustibles
Front 6"
Side 8"
Mantel NA
Alcove 48"X30"X41" (HXDXW)
Corner 8"
Back Wall 3"
Breckwell P4000 Specifications
Flue Size 3"
Weight 290 lbs.
Burn Time 50
Max BTU 42,000
EPA Status Exempt
Hopper Capacity 50 lbs.
Width 25 1/4"
Height 29 1/2"
Depth 24 1/4"
Approved Installations Mobile, Alcove, Traditional Home

P4000FS The Classic Cast Breckwell Pellet Stove

P4000FS The Classic Cast Breckwell Pellet Stove
SP4000FS Classic Cast Breckwell Pellet Stove Price
SP4000FS - Stove - Black Painted $2,600
SP4000FS - Stove - Black Enamel $2,996
SP4000FS - Stove - Red Enamel $2,996
SP4000FS - Stove - Mahogany Enamel $2,996
Optional Accessories Price
Decorative Brick Set $199
Decorative Log Kit $199

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