Friday, August 18, 2017

420 heco Wood & Coal Cook Stove

420 heco Wood & Coal Cook Stove

Now Available heco wood cookstoves, manufactured by the Amish in Lancaster County, PA - original Amish country. 

The model 420 is a wood and coal burning cookstove built for functionality, designed with ease of use in mind. The glass firebox door provides an expansive viewing area, allowing you to enjoy a clear view of the blazing fire. The glass oven door option, provides the ability to view your baked goods without opening the door, perfect for souffles! 

All heco cook stoves meet WA State Standards. All Wood Burning Cook Stoves are currently EPA Exempt from regulations. 

  • Obadiah's is the exclusive online retailer for heco wood cook stoves.
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Obadiah's has partnered with heco to represent the newest Amish line of wood and coal cook stoves. The heco wood burning cook stoves are the latest kitchen cook ranges available in the North American market. The heco product line of cooking and heating ranges displays the quality you expect from the Amish, with upgrades features to meet the demands of modern day cooking. The upgraded porcelain enamel cook top provides easy clean up for spills while cooking. The 420 wood burning cook stove provides the oven clean out on the front of the stove for easy access cleaning, perfect for tight clearance applications.

The heco wood cook stoves are manufactured and produced by the Amish in PA.  Obadiah's has contributed various design ideas which have been collaborated into these wood burning cook ranges. This wood cookstove is sure to please all your heating, cooking, baking, and hot water needs. With upgrades options and styles to fit any style decor. 

Heco wood cook stoves are made from American steel. 


Features

  • Heating capability up to 2,500 sq. ft.
  • External Shaker Handle (for coal burning) 
  • Automatic Thermostat Damper Control 
  • Ash Pan below Firebox
  • Oven Cleanout located directly below Baking Oven
  • Burn times up to 14 hours
  • Black porcelain enamel finish standard
  • Large firebox with easy loading access
  • (3) damper controls - Bypass Damper on Front, Airwash on Front, Thermostatic Damper control on rear
  • Food grade porcelain enamel lined oven
  • Removable tray in bottom of oven for easy cleanup
  • Fully removable porcelain oven 
  • Secondary combustion system
  • High efficiency reburn air tubes 
  • 1/4" memory steel or porcelain enamel (3) piece removable cook top 
  • Oven Thermometor 
  • Air tight firebox and oven doors
  • Stainless steel protective rails surround the cooktop
  • EPA Exempt (learn more here)
  • Washington State Approved (learn more here)

Options

  • 22 Gallon Water Reservoir
  • Glass Firebox Door
  • Glass Oven Door
  • Water Coil (For Domestic Hot Water Heating)
  • Black Porcelain Enamel Cook Top 

 

View our article on how to plumb a wood burning cook stove into a domestic hot water system.

 

420 Wood Cook Stove Product Specifications
Overall Dimensions 33.5” L x 46” W x 36.25” H
Height to Warming Shelf 56.5” H
Hearth Pad Requirements 58” W x 48” D
Cooking Surface 39” W x 21” D
Warming Shelf 7" x 37"
Back 37" W x 20-1/4" H
Oven Dimensions 21” D x 18” W x 13” H
Oven capacity 2.84 cubic feet
Firebox Dimensions 19” L x 12” W x 17” H
Firebox Size 2.24 cubic feet
Log Length 18"
Firebox Door 12” W x 9.5” H
Approx. Burn Time 8 to 12 hours
Approx. Heating Area 700 to 2,000 sq. ft.
Output Up to 60,000 BTU/h
Flue Outlet Size 6" round
Water Reservoir Capacity (sold separately) 22 gallons
Weight 775 lbs.
Testing UL 1482
Clearances To Combustibles
Side 12"
Rear 18"
Corner 12"
Clearances To Protected Surfaces
Side 6"
Rear 6"
Corner 6"
Chimney Connector
Unprotected Surface 18"
Protected Surface 6"
420 / 520heco Wood and Coal Cookstove
420 heco Wood & Coal Cook Stove
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Cook Range
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Cooking Range - Porcelain Enamel Finish
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Burning Cook Range - Backsplash and Shelf
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Burning Cookstove - Firebox
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Burning Cook Stove - Glass Firebox Door
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420 heco Wood and Coal Burning Cooking Stove - Firebox Door Handle
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Fired Cook Stove - Oven Door Handle
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Cook Range - Oven Clean Out Access
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420 heco Wood and Coal Cooking Range - Air Damper Control
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420 heco Wood and Coal Cookstove - Thermostatic Damper Control
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420 heco Wood and Coal Burning Cookstove - Shaker Handle
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420 heco Wood and Coal Fired Cook Stove - Thermostatic Control Damper Plate
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420 / 520 heco Wood and Coal Cook Stove - Domestic Hot Water Coil
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Price List heco 420 Wood Cook Stove
420 Cook Stove -Insulated Solid Doors $3,150
No Shelf / Backsplash -$125
Glass Firebox Door $200
Glass Oven Door $200
420 Model with Firebox & Oven Glass Doors $3,550
Stainless Steel Water Reservoir (22 gallon) $300
Stainless Steel Water Coil (Domestic Hot Water) $105

This product qualifies for free residential delivery with lift gate service within the lower 48 states. A large freight truck (18-wheeler up to 60' long) is standard on all deliveries. If you need a smaller truck, please call our office (406) 300-1776 to request a smaller truck size. Note: an upcharge may apply for small trucks.

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If you are planning to cook with a cookstove, you will need to understand some basic fire safety. Remember, extinguishing a grease or oil fire with water is not a good idea.