Monday, June 14, 2021

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

The Bakeheart wood cook stove is Esse’s latest entry into the cook stove market and is built with the same principles as their most famous stove, the Esse Ironheart. The Bakeheart offers the same robust construction and classic look as the Ironheart, but with a space-saving stacked design that places the firebox above the oven and allows for more versatile installations.

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Features:

  • The Bakeheart heats up to 1,000 square feet!
  • Robust Construction
  • Stacking Design for Small Footprint
  • Graduated Temperature Hotplate Technology
  • Sizable Baking Oven
  • UL Tested
  • EPA Exempt

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Specifications Esse Bakeheart
Heat Area 1,000 sq. ft.
Overall Dimensions 35.4"H x 19.7"W x 23.6"D
Firebox Dimensions 7.8"H x 13.8"W x 17.7"D
Max Log Length 15.7"
Heat Output 17,060 BTU
Efficiency 77%
Flue Pipe Diameter 6"
Minimum Chimney Height 15'
Graduated Temperature Hotplate 374-572°F
Clearance to Combustibles Esse Bakeheart
Side 15.7"
Rear 19.7"
Top 19.7"

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Bakeheart Wood Cookstove

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