Tuesday, September 17, 2019

XTD 1.9 Flame Energy Wood Burning Stove - Discontinued

XTD 1.9 Flame Energy Wood Burning Stove - Discontinued

This product was discontinued in 2016.  This page is provided for informational purposes. 

Built by SBI (Osburn), these continuously welded, uni-body steel wood stoves are manufactured in North America with North American steel by Flame Energy.

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This wood burning stove from Flame is ideal if you don't have a fireplace in your house and you're looking for simple, traditional heat. With a firebox measuring 2.0 cubic feet and holding logs up to 20 inches long, this allows the stove to output up to 75,000 BTUs and can effectively heat up to 1,900 square feet of space. The convenient ash drawer at the base of the pedestal which allows easy clean up and maintenence makes this a nice and easy stove to have in your home.
 

Features

  • Model Number: FL-045
  • High efficiency wood stove recommended for areas of up to 1900 sq. ft.
  • Metallic black freestanding pedestal model
  • Easy-to-access ash drawer
  • Air-wash system
  • Optimum efficiency : 77%
  • May qualify for some government incentives.
  • Tested by Intertek as per applicable standards (CSA/UL/ULC and/or others)

Options

  • 130 CFM blower with variable speed control (AC03095)
  • 3" Fresh air kit (AC01240)
  • Blower thermodisc kit (on/off) (AC05530)
  • Fresh air kit adapter (3") (AC03050)

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Specifications Flame Energy XTD 1.9
Type of fuel Wood
Recommended surface 1050 to 1900 sq. ft.
Maximum output - EPA test wood 38700 BTU
Maximum output - seasoned cord wood 75000 BTU
Color Metallic black
Exterior dimensions 25½"W x 25¾"D x 30¾"H
Exhaust pipe diameter 6"
Centre line of flue outlet to the back 6 5/8"
Centre line of flue outlet to the side 12 13/16"
Type of chimney 2,100 deg. F (1150 deg. C)
Recommended chimney diameter 6"
Minimum chimney height 12' (3,66 m)
Firebox dimensions 21¼"W x 16¾"D
Log positioning Width
Maximum log length 20"
Door opening dimensions 17¾"W x 9"H
Type of door Glass with cast iron frame
Minimum clearances to combustibles *
(Data expressed in inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm)
Canada USA
Single walled pipe Double walled pipe
Back 14" 6"
Sides 12" 12"
Corners 7" 5"
Top** 84" 84"
Glass surface 16¼"W x 9½"H
Steel thickness 5/16"
Weight 395 lbs (180 kg)
Warranty Limited lifetime
Test standard - safety ULC S-627, UL 1482
Test standard - emissions EPA Method 28

* The information given on the certification label affixed to the appliance always overrides the information published in any other media (owner's manual, catalogues, flyers, magazines and/or web sites).

** Measured from floor. Some appliances have been tested with a low ceiling. If necessary, consult the owner's manual for information on these clearances to combustible materials.

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 ** Residential, curbside delivery via freight truck with a lift gate is included for shipping in the Continental U.S.A. (some exceptions may apply). Please inquire with our sales staff if you have specific shipping needs such as international, freight terminal and/or business deliveries or if you need a smaller truck size. Click here to see Obadiah's Shipping Terms.

Please call or email us today to order! One of our sales consultants will help you on your way to great, home wood-fired cooking!

Obadiah's offer's a 20% discount and free shipping on most complete chimney systems. Email our chimney specialists for an exact quote.

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