Fajardo Antartida Burdeos Wood Burning Stove - Discontinued
This stove has been discontinued and is no longer available for sale.
The Estufas Fajardo Antartida Burdeos is a contemporary wood burning stove of trim graceful lines. The stove can be placed in one of three positions on its base - a large wood storage box. The Antartida is made in Spain and is available in stainless steel or burgundy.
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Great care in regard to the environment has been taken in the development of this stove. The Antartida stove is of the company’s ECO-DOUBLE COMBUSTION product line. This product line burns with a secondary combustion the gases produced from the first combustion – optimizing efficiency, clean burning and less than 0.5% CO emissions.
The Fajardo company has been manufacturing wood stoves for more than half a century. The Antartida Burdeos’ stylish shape with large bottom wood box is therefore a result of years of research, quality and design. The heat, beauty plus EPA Certification of the stove will add warmth and comfort to any home.
|Specifications||Antartida Burdeos Wood Stove|
|EPA Rating | Weighted average – g/hr||5.5|
|Efficiency Rating | Lower heating value – %||63|
|BTU Heat Output | Range – BTU/hr||11,900 - 32,250|
|BTU Heat Output | High burn – BTU/hr||32,250|
|Firebox Capacity | Cubic ft||2.22|
|Burn Time | Low burn – Hours||approx 6|
|Emissions | g/hr||5.5|
|Log Size | Inches||up to 18 (1)|
|Area Heated | Sq. ft.||1,500-1,800 (2)|
|Weight | lbs||285 to 355|
(1) depends on the cut and placement
(2) subject to change
ECO-DOUBLE COMBUSTION stoves are provided with a foundry door and an interior coated with vermiculite.
Stove Position B
Stove Position C
|Estufas Fajardo Wood Stove||Price|
|Antartida Burdeos Stainless Steel Model||$3197.00*|
|Antartida Burdeos Burgundy Model||$3078.00*|
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