Tuesday, September 29, 2020

IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove

IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove

Previously known as the Lennox Brand, IHP introduces the new: IronStrike Grandview 230 and 300 series Freestanding Wood Burning Stove. A harmonious blend of comfort and style come together in a stove, the GrandView Wood Stove series is designed to deliver the ultimate efficiency. The GrandView Wood Stove suits it's name well with a Large Ceramic Glass viewing area of 186.66 Square Inches! 

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As elegant as it is efficient, the Grandview™ Series of wood-burning stoves has raised the standard for home heating with it's proven. Expansive, durable ceramic glass gives you unobstructed views of the fire and allows for easy heat transfer. A wide array of high-quality, versatile styling options means that the Grandview will easily complement any décor.

  • Thermal Fin Technology (TFT™). This innovative cast-iron heat exchanger put more heat in the room - and less up the chimney - delivering the perfect amount of heat to create a cozy atmosphere

Features

  • Unique, integral airwash system keeps the glass clean and clear for a wide-open view of the fire
  • Tall opening provides and expansive view of the burning fire
  • Precision-cut, heavy-gauge steel provides dependable, long-lasting operation
  • Available in two sizes to match the heating needs of your home
  • Innovative heat exchanger creates 32% more surface area than a standard stove design resulting in more heat entering the room
  • High-density firebrick retains heat longer, resulting in increased efficiency
  • EPA-certified and Washington State-approved for clean and efficient operation
  • One-touch control ensures easy operation and comfort

Options

  • Optional ash drawer allows collection of ash from inside the firebox, for easy maintenance and convenient cleanup
  • Decorative door trim in standard Black, Brushed Nickel or Nickel allow customization to your style
  • Choice of steel legs, cast legs or pedestal
  • Louvers available in Black or Brushed Nickel add an elegant accent
  • Optional 700-CFM variable-speed blower quickly moves heat from the stove into your room


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Specifications IronStrike Grandview 230 IronStrike Grandview 300
Stove Dimensions 25-1/8"W x 35"H x 26-5/8"D 26-1/2"W x 36-1/8"H x 29-5/16"D
BTU 76,000 100,000
EPA Efficiency 80% 80%
Heat Transfer Efficiency 84% 82%
Fuel Wood Wood
Venting 6" Pipe 6" Pipe
View Style Front View Front View
Glass Viewing Size 11 5/16"H x 16 1/2"W 186.66 SQ. In. 16 1/2"W x 11 5/16"H 186.66 SQ. In.
Heating Capacity 1,200-2,200 sq. ft. 2,000-3,000 sq. ft.
Warranty Limited Lifetime Limited Lifetime
Max Log Length 18" 20"
EPA EPA Certified EPA Certified
Weight 385 lbs. 445 lbs.



IronStrike GrandView 230/300 Freestanding Wood Stove
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 230 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Coastal Nickel Legs
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 230 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Black Legs
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 230 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Pedestal
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 230 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Nickel Legs
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 300 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Nickel Legs
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 300 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Brushed Nickel Door Trim and Pedestal
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 300 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Brushed Nickel Door Trim and Pedestal
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove
IronStrike GrandView 300 Freestanding Wood Stove Shown with Brushed Black Door Trim and Pedestal
IronStrike Grandview Series 230/300 Stove

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