Sunday, July 23, 2017

Margin Flame View Stove

Margin Flame View Cookstove

 

  • Heats approximately 1,500 Sq. Ft.
  • Available in black, white, or almond porcelain finish
  • Glass firebox door to view the fire
  • Easy ash removal
  • Finger-tip damper controls
  • Beautifully finished porcelain oven
  • Water reservoir - side built-on model or rear model attachment
  • This stove is constructed with sheet metal panels that are bolted together
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Flame View wood burning cook stove is manufactured in Canada by Margin Stoves and has been in business since 1975. It is one of the few cookstoves that offers a glass door on the firebox for a nice view of the fire. The Flame View is also one of the few cookstoves on which you can decide what side you would like the firebox on (comes standard on the left side). With an optional cast iron cooktop (for stoves with left side fireboxes only) this stove is sure to sastisfy your cooking needs. The Flame View offers many options not found in other cook stoves.

 

Flame View Features:

  • Heating capacity of 1,500 square feet or more
  • Airtight, bell draft controlled firebox will take up to a 17 inch log for an all night burn
  • Takes standard firebrick that is inexpensive and easy to replace and install
  • Steel cook top for a strong and evenly heated cooking surface
  • Cast iron wood grate system
  • Exclusive "Air Jet" re-burn design
  • Large ash trays below grates for convenient ash removal
  • Porcelain exterior finish throughout, standard in black
  • Porcelain black oven interior
  • Nickel plate trim or black trim are standard
  • Ships with free poker, lid lifter and ash scraper
  • First section of oval pipe is included
  • Limited one-year warranty

 

Flame View Dimensions Without Reservoir With Reservoir
Overall size 30" D x 46" W x 64"H 30" D x 56" W x 64" H
Overall height to cooktop 34 1/2" 34 1/2"
Cooking surface 25" x 40" 25" x 40"
Back 37" W x 21" H 45" W x 23" H
Oven 20" W x 13" H x 20" D 20" W x 13" H x 20" D
Firebox 22" L x 12" W x 18" D 22" L x 12" W x 18" D
Log Length 22" 22"
Approx. burn time 8 to 14 hours 8 to 14 hours
Approx. heating area 2,000 sq. ft 2,000 sq. ft
Reservoir capacity 20 gallons rear or 5 gallons on the side 20 gallons rear or 5 gallons on the side
Flue outlet size 7" 7"
Shipping weight 650 lbs. 700 lbs.
UL Listing 1482 1482
Flame View Clearances to Combustibles
Back wall to unit 14" 14"
Side wall to unit 14" 14"
Fuel door to side wall 48" 48"
Back wall to pipe 15" 15"
Side wall to pipe 32" 15"
Oven door to front 48" 48"
Chimney Connector
Unprotected Surface 18" 18"
Protected Surface 6" 6"

Floor Protection  

Unit must be placed on a 3/8" (9.5mm) thick millboard or equilvalent extending 18" to front and 8" to the sides and rear of the unit. The front in this case being the fuel door end.  

Clearance to non-combustibles are reduced to 1/3 if it is a true non-combustible surface. Contact Obadiah's for specifications.


Margin Flame View Cookstove
Flame View Prices & Options
Flame View in Black w/ Nickel Trim
Flame View in White or Almond w/ Nickel Trim
Flame View in Black w/ Black Trim
Black Reservoir w/ Nickel Trim
White or Almond Reservoir w/ Nickel Trim
Black Reservoir w/ Black Trim
Rear Mount Stainless Reservoir
Top Mount Rear Reservoir
Faucet Inside Door
Faucet At End Of Stove
Black Closet w/ Nickel Trim
White or Almond Closet w/ Nickel Trim
Black Closet w/ Black Trim
Short Shelf in Black w/ Nickel Trim
Short Shelf in White or Almond w/ Nickel Trim
Short Shelf in Black w/ Black Trim
Long Shelf in Black w/ Nickel Trim*
Long Shelf in White or Almond w/ Nickel Trim*
Long Shelf in Black w/ Black Trim*
Single Water Coil
Double Water Coil
Right Hand Firebox
Thermostat Draft
10" Circulating Fan
Cast Iron Top
Glass Enamel Top
Maple Leaf Trivets
14" Bake Oven
Nickel Legs
Stainless Steel Stove Pipe (to get through closet or shelf)
Black Enamel Pipe
Front Flue
Rear Flue (No ULC Label)
Summer Grate
Full Size Water Jacket
1/2 Size Water Jacket
Extra Oven Rack

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