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Hitzer Model 82 UL Stove

Hitzer Model 82 UL Stove

The Hitzer Model 82 freestanding stove demonstrates traditional design, originality, and is often described as consistent and highly satisfying. Hitzer model 82 started as the original Hitzer Stove. Utilizing a basic appearance and box-like steel structure, the Hitzer model 82 is extremely customer friendly and heat efficient.

Considered a low cost, cost efficient stove, this model still has the capabilities of producing over 100,000 btu’s, and has a heating ability of over 2,500 square feet. The Model 82 has the largest firebox of any Hitzer model, which allows for variations of alternative fuel types and sizes. Because of the simplicity of the stove, no electricity is required and has no moving mechanical parts. Over the years the Hitzer Model 82 has has proven it's consistency, simplicity, and satisfaction to create hundreds of warm and happy friends.

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The Hitzer Model 710 Energy Master II

  • Automatic Thermostat Control
  • Steel Construction
  • No Electricity Required to Burn
  • Sliding Damper System
  • Cast Iron Grates
  • Removable Ash Pan
  • Pewter Accents
  • Firebrick Lined
  • 7" Flue
  • Multiple Fuel Capabilities (Anthracite and Bituminous Coal)
  • Flue Located on Right Side of Stove
  • Shaker Grate System

Optional Features

  • Decorative Protective Cabinet
  • Stove Bright Paint in Black or Charcoal

Coal Stove Specifications Hitzer Model 82 UL
Heat Area Up to 2,500 sq ft.
Fuel Door Dimensions 11"W x 12" H
Firebox Door Dimensions 14"W x 25"D x 12"H
Stove Dimensions 20"W x 28"D x 42"H
BTU Output 100,000 BTU
Flue Pipe Diameter 7"
Floor to Flue - Top 41"
Clearance to Combustibles Hitzer Model 82 UL
Unit - Side / Back 36" / 36"
Flue - Side / Back 18 " / 18"
Floor Protection - Front / Side (L -R) / Rear 16" / 8" (L) 16" (R) / 12"

Hitzer Model 82 UL Stove

Hitzer Model 82 UL Stove

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