Sunday, May 19, 2019

Invicta Gaya Feuille Woodstove

Invicta Gaya Feuille Woodstove

The Feuille Wood Burning EPA Stove is spectacularly eye-catching. The abstract frame make this stove the centerpiece of any room. Made by stove manufacturer Invicta in France, the Feuille delivers 90,000 BTUs of heat and comes with an advanced secondary-combustion system that increases efficiency, resulting in longer burn times. Its clear pane airwash system keeps the wide viewing window clean with minimal maintenance.

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Features

The Invicta Feuille Wood Stove heats up to 2500 sq ft.

  • EPA Certified
  • 2.32 cu. ft. Firebox
  • Modern Design
  • Maximum 90,000 BTUs/hr Output
  • 76% Efficiency
  • Weight: 485 lbs.
  • 7” Top Flue
  • 2.3 g/hr Emissions
  • Fits 24" Logs

 


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Wood Stove Specifications Invicta Gaya Feuille
Dimensions 47.75"H x 51.25"W x 19.75"D
Heat Area 2500 sq. ft.
Firebox Volume 2.32 cu. ft.
Log Size 24"
Heat Output 90,000 BTU
Emissions 2.3 g/hr
Efficiency 76%
Weight 485 lbs.
Flue Pipe Diameter 7"
Flue Exit Top
Clearance to Combustibles Invicta Gaya Feuille
Single Wall Pipe (Rear / Sides / Corner) 19" / 18" / 21"
Double Wall Pipe (Rear / Sides / Corner) 12" / 18" / 21"


Invicta Gaya Feuille Woodstove
Pricing
Invicta Itaya Woodstove $5,879.00
Optional Rear Heat Shield $199.00
Optional 8" Flue Adapter $119.00

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