Friday, November 22, 2019

Invicta Kazan Woodstove

Invicta Kazan Woodstove

The Kazan cast iron woodstove will infuse harmony and zen into your living space. Manufactured in France by Invicta, the Kazan will deliver up to 42,000 BTUs of heat. Feel all the energy and warmth that emerges from this beautiful, woodburning stove. Invicta is a prime example of what happens when history, fine craftsmanship, and European design come together. The clean lines and artistry of the Kazan will not only serve as an efficient heat source but as a beautiful addition to the decor and ambiance of your home. 

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The Kazan cast iron woodstove will infuse harmony and zen into your living space. Manufactured in France by Invicta, the Kazan will deliver up to 42,000 BTUs of heat. Feel all the energy and warmth that emerges from this beautiful, woodburning stove. Invicta is a prime example of what happens when history, fine craftsmanship, and European design come together. The clean lines and artistry of the Kazan will not only serve as an efficient heat source but as a beautiful addition to the decor and ambiance of your home. 

The Kazan Woodstove heats up to 1500 sq ft

EPA Certified

1.53 cu. ft. Firebox

Modern Sleek Design

Maximum 42,000 BTUs/hr Output

63.4% Efficiency

Weight: 350 lbs.

6” Top Flue

1.76 g/hr Emissions

Fits up to 22" Logs


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Invicta Kazan
Emissions 1.76gr/hr EPA 2020
Max Output 42,000 BTU
Heating Area 1,500 Sq Ft
Efficiency 63%
Firebox Volume 1.53 Cu Ft
Weight 346 lbs
Log Size Up to 22"
Flue Dimension 6"
Flue Exit Top and Rear
Color Anthracite
Clearance Single Wall Pipe Back 16” / Side 20” / Corner 15”
Clearance Double Wall Pipe Back 6” / Side 22” / Corner 15”

Invicta Kazan Woodstove

Invicta Kazan Woodstove

Invicta Kazan Woodstove
Invicta Kazan Main Unit $2899.00
Optional Accessories
Rear Heat Shield (ED-HSB-KAZAN) $139.00



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