Thursday, May 28, 2020

Hearthstone Tula 8191 Wood Burning Stove

Hearthstone Tula 8191 Wood Burning Stove

No Longer Available from Obadiah's.


The Hearthstone 8191 Tula wood burning contemporary stove is built for smaller spaces (producing up to 30,000 BTUs), and designed to complement a variety of homes with its modern charm. As an EPA-certified clean burning wood stove, you can heat your house with confidence that your emissions have a minimum impact on the environment.

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There are several features that make this Hearthstone product such a great value. The non-catalytic combustion system that this contemporary stove utilizes produces more heat from less wood, and reduces smoke emissions, as well as cutting down on the creosote build-up. With a 1.15 cubic foot firebox, and a tall large front door, you can easily fit up to 17" logs vertically to get the fire going again. This wood stove also features steel double-wall construction and an integral rear heat shield that reduces the clearance to combustibles, granting you more options in placing your modern styled stove. You can also control the fire with a single lever that allows you to let the fire roar to life, or to make a raging flame simmer down.

If you want a stove that incorporates modern charm, efficient burning, and heating capabilities for smaller areas, this contemporary wood burning stove will fit your needs.


  • Non-catalytic combustion system - The non-catalytic combustion system is maintenance free and allows for a more complete combustion, which provides more heat from less wood, and reduced smoke and creosote build-up while reducing particulate emissions.
  • 1.15 cubic foot firebox - Accepts 17”" logs (vertically). The large front door provides maximum loading ease and unparalleled views of the fire.
  • Secondary combustion technology for unmatched fire viewing - Air entering the firebox through the stove’s secondary air tubes ignites the gases rising off the burning wood. The resulting light and flames provide dazzling fire viewing, even when the fire is burning at a low rate.
  • Steel double-wall construction - Creates efficient convection heat; greatly reduces clearances, with built-in wrap-around rear heat shield.
  • Integral rear heat shield - The built-in rear heat shield allows the stove to be placed closer to a wall, increasing installation options.
  • Single air-intake control - Stove operation is easy and performance more consistent.
  • Outside air adapter (optional) - Improved efficiency in today’s newer “airtight” homes; reduces cold air drafts along the floor.

Specifications Tula 8191
Heating capacity 1,300 sq. ft.
Heat output 30,000 BTUs
EPA Rating 2.55 g/hr
Efficiency (LHV) 78%
Overall dimensions 19-3/4"W x 41-1/4"H x 17-1/4"D
Firebox capacity 1.15 cu. ft.
Maximum log length 17" (vertical load)
Weight 291 lbs.
Clearances Minimum Clearances
Side 15"
Corner 11"
Clearances Single wall pipe
Rear 12"
Clearances Double wall pipe
Rear 7"
Hearth pad minimum size (US) 28-3/4"W x 31-1/4"D
Hearth pad minimum size (CA) 86 cm x 105 cm

Hearthstone Tula 8191 Wood Burning Stove
Tula 8191 Charcoal w/ Soapstone Panel $3,499.00
Tula Outside Air Kit $89.00
Heat Storage Kit $399.00
Anchor Kit for Mobile Home $109.00
Panel Set, Steel $99.00

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