Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Ironstrike Tahoma 1600 Wood-Burning Stove

Ironstrike Tahoma 1600 Wood-Burning Stove

The Ironstrike Tahoma 1600 wood-burning stove offers quality construction and solid performance.

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Clean, simple styling and all black finish makes this wood-burning stove a complimentary fit for any decor. The Tahoma 1600 stove comes standard with a sturdy pedestal base, large door, and ceramic glass for easy viewing and exceptional heat transfer.



  • 2.1 cubic foot firebox interior accepts up to 18” logs
  • 55,600 BTU’s/hour and heats up to 700-1,400 square feet
  • Large rectangular door provides an expansive view of the burning fire
  • Ceramic glass for extra strength and optimum heat transfer
  • Unique, integral air wash system keeps the glass clean and clear for a wide-open view of the fire
  • Precision-cut, heavy-gauge steel provides dependable, long-lasting operation
  • High-density firebrick retains heat longer, resulting in increased efficiency
  • One-touch control ensures easy operation and comfort
  • Standard black pedestal base included
  • EPA-certified and Washington State-approved for clean and efficient operation
  • Limited Lifetime Warranty

Specifications Tahoma 1600
Dimension 30-1/4"H X 24-3/8"W X 21-3/4"D
Max Heat Output 55,600 BTUs/hr
Fuel Type Wood
Approx. Heating Area 700-1,400 sq. ft.
Efficiency 75%
Flue Size 6"
Max Log Length 18"
Burn Time 7-9 hrs.
Glass Dimensions 8-3/4"H X 17-3/8"W
Firebox Volume 2.1 cubic feet
Average Particulate Emissions 2.1 g/hr
​Shipping Weight ​280 lbs.
Clearances Ironstrike Tahoma 1600
Clearances with Single Wall Chimney Connector Side 13-3/16" ; Rear 11-5/8" ; Corner 9"
Clearances with Double Wall Chimney Connector Side 9-5/8" ; Rear 9-3/8" ; Corner 6"

Ironstrike Tahoma 1600 Wood-Burning Stove

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