Monday, June 14, 2021

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

The Warmheart wood cookstove is Esse’s new, compact wood cook stove model, built to the same robust standards as their legendary Ironheart line. A detachable grill can be added to the firebox, perfect for grilling a delicious steak, and the four zone hob with graduated temperature hotplate technology makes it a breeze to utilize the cooktop for everything from searing to toasting. Whether you’re a small restaurant with limited space, or just looking for a compact cooking solution for your home kitchen, the Warmheart has plenty to offer.

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Features:

  • The Warmheart heats up to 1,000 square feet!
  • Robust Construction
  • Small Footprint
  • Graduated Temperature Hotplate Technology
  • Sizable Baking Oven
  • Simple Air Control
  • UL Tested
  • EPA Exempt

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Specifications Esse Warmheart
Heat Area 1,000 sq. ft.
Overall Dimensions 27.2"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 Warmheart
Side 13.8"
Rear 15.7"
Top 19.7"

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

Esse Warmheart Wood Cookstove

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