Monday, September 23, 2019

Heartland 1902 Oval Wood Cookstove - Discontinued*

Heartland Oval 1902 Woodburning Cookstove

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED July 2018 - This page is for informational purposes only. 

You could be naturally drawn to Heartland's wood-burning cookstoves; since the original Oval has been heating homes, warming water and cooking meals for almost a century. The dependability, comfort, and versatility are the same today as before.  However, Heartland has introduced some important changes to help offer a life a whole lot easier than your ancestor's. 

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Heartland Oval Model 1902 (Model 1903 with Reservoir)
 

Features

  • Warming Closet
  • 2.1 cubic ft oven
  • Heats up to 1,800 sq. ft.
  • Front or top loading
  • Ash scraper
  • Poker
  • Lid lifter
  • Cooking surface lift handle
  • Bell damper handles with rod
  • Bell dampers
  • Heartland oven cleanout door
  • Interior oven thermometer
  • Color Options in Black, Ivory, and White
  • EPA Exempt (learn more here)
  • Washington State Approved (learn more here)
  • Made in the USA

Options

  • 5-gallon Copper Water Reservoir with Spigot Included (Model 1903)
  • Stainless Steel Hot Water Jacket
  • Heat Shield

Holds its Own Power 

Your home can keep glowing through ice, snow, and power outages with a Heartland Wood-burning Cookstove, The Oval is capable of heating up to 1,800 square feet. You can still enjoy everything from a relaxing bath to a hot chocolate to a snug night’s sleep. (With optional water jacket.)

Keeps You in Hot Water

If you choose, you could have installed a hot water jacket to heat a 40-gallon water tank in about an hour when the stove is running normally.  You could use a thermosyphon, making the need for electricity unnecessary. 

*Note:  Read the manual for the water jacket and have a professional install it properly.

Unforgettable Flavor 

You'll understand what your grandmother meant about there being no better pie than one baked in a wood cook stove.  The food cooks evenly to perfection because the oven is heated from all sides.  Use the warming closet to keep your plates warm or watch your dough rise.

Lighten Your Workload 

If you think that owning a Heartland Wood-burning Cookstove might be too difficult to maintain, think again.  The good old days just got better.  You can load the fuel from the top or the front, and the porcelain coated oven interior has an ash pan that slides out for cleaning.

 

At Obadiah's we feel knowledge is power! Please check out our videos on the tab above for info on everything from installing your stove properly to product reviews.  Can't find the answers for your questions?  Give us a call at 1-800-968-8604 or email us and speak to our knowledgeable staff with 50+ years of combined wood-burning experience!


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Specifications Heartland Oval 1902
Fuel Wood
Overall Dimensions 41-1/2" W x 62" H x 35" D
Oven Size 18" W x 11-1/2" H x 15" D (2.4 cu ft)
Winter Fire Box Dimensions 22" L x 9" W x 7" D
Ash Pan Dimensions 18" L x 7-1/2" W x 6" D
Cook Top Surface 35-1/4” W x 25-3/4” D
Cook Top Height 32"
Weight 602 lbs
Flue Size 6"
Maximum Log Length 16"
Heat Output Up to 50,000 BTU/hr
Heating Capacity Up to 1,800 sq ft

Check out the owner's manual in the link above for installation details and warranty.

Clearances (Heat Shields reduce clearances by 66%)

A: Connector pipe to rear wall: 20" / with optional heat shield and DL connector pipe: 6"
B: Stove to side wall, left (firebox) side: 24" / right side: 10"
C: Centerline flue to rear wall: 23" / with optional heat shield & DL pipe: 9-1/4"
D: Centerline flue to side wall, left (firebox) side: 44-1/4" / right side: 39"
E: Minimum Hearth Width (floor protection): 51-1/2"
F: Rear wall to Front Edge of Hearth: 70-5/8" / With Heat Shield & DL Pipe: 58-5/8"

Installation: Wood-burning stoves require strict adherence to clearance requirements and venting considerations. A heat shield kit is available to reduce clearances.

The specifications found here are for reference only. Consult the installation manual before installing or making cutouts.


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