DS Stoves Heatright 120 Coal Stove
NEW PRODUCT from DS STOVES!
No Electricity Needed!!
The Heatright 120 stove is Amish made and is built for maximum efficiency and less fuel consumption. This high quality coal stove is built with side jackets that maximize heating efficiency and put the 120 stove into the furnace category. The DS 120 furnace is manufactured with integrity in the USA and would “heat right” up to 2,600 square feet.
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The Heatright 120 furnace by D.S. Machine Stoves is Amish designed and hand crafted to be clean burning and efficient. The furnace also has some nice features including a larger firebox that can handle logs up to 20 inches and an optional domestic water coil that can be added to the stove.
Hot water or hot air bimetal regulators are standard in all DS Machine Stoves and the DS120 also has the following features.
- Burns coal
- Exterior shaker handle for dust free shake down
- Cast iron doors and grates
- Domestic water coil
|Specifications||Heatright 120 Stove|
|Heating Area||Up to 2,600|
|Heating Output||125,000 BTU's|
|Firebox Dimensions||16” x 22”|
|Firebox Door Dimensions||11" x 12"|
|Firebox Volume||4.0 cu. ft.|
|Ash Door Dimensions||16.5" x 5.5"|
|Side & Rear||18"|
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