Friday, November 22, 2019

SPG9000 Breckwell Monticello Non-Electric - Discontinued

SPG9000 Breckwell Monticello Non-Electric - Discontinued

This stove has been discontinued and ALL inventory has been SOLD. This is an informational page for those who have already purchased the unit.

The Monticello is Breckwell's new gravity feed pellet stove that requires no electricity to operate.  It features a bay front viewing glass with air wash system and a hidden ash drawer with a swing out door.   With an 80 lb. hopper capacity and 6 inch cast iron flue collar, this stove is easy to install and is ideal for rooms or areas where electricity is not avaliable or reliable.

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The Monticello is Breckwell's new non-electric, gravity fed pellet stove.  Therefore, this pellet stove uniquely does NOT require electricity to operate.  Among its great features is a bay front viewing glass with an air wash system that keeps the glass clean for better viewing.  It also features a hidden ash drawer with a swing out door and a 6 inch diameter cast iron flue collar.  Its 80 lb. hopper capacity is double that of many other models.  This pellet stove is a great fit for rooms or areas where electrcity is either not avaliable or unreliable.  It is also quite easy to install.

Standard Features:

  • Providing comforting heat for up to 1,500 sq. ft.
  • 80 lb. hopper capacity
  • Rugged steel construction
  • Air wash glass system
  • Bay front viewing glass door
  • 6" flue collar
  • Large hidden ash drawer with swing out door
  • No electricity required

Monticello SPG9000 Pellet Stove
Hopper Capacity 80 lbs
Chimney/ Exhaust Diameter 6"
Width 23.5"
Height 44"
Depth 39.25"
Combustion System Non-Catalytic
Heating Capacity 400 - 1,500 sq. ft.
Heat Output Range Up to 40,000 BTUs/hour
SPG9000 Breckwell Monticello Non-Electric Pellet Stove Price
SPG9000 - Stove $3,109.00

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