Monday, September 28, 2020

IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued

IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued

This product has been discontinued as it does not meet 2020 EPA Emission Standards. This page exists for informational purposes only.

Previously, the Legacy was sold under the name Lennox. Introducing IHP and the new: IronStrike Legacy C260

The IronStrike Legacy C260 Wood Burning Insert provide powerful non-catalytic heat, this insert is EPA Phase II-certified and comes with several customizable design options. The Legacy C260 fireplace insert is Washington State and Canada Approved! 

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The Legacy™ C260 fireplace insert provides a long-term solution to the seldom-used family fireplace. Designed to meet almost any heating need, the Legacy fills an inefficient fireplace with a powerful heat source to warm your room or entire home. Built to accept large logs, the Legacy provides heat for up to 2,200 square feet. And to add your distinctive style, the Legacy can be customized for a perfect, personalized appearance.

IronStrike COUNTRY™ COLLECTION

  • Each Country Collection Wood Burning Insert is EPA Phase ll & Phase III –certified and built with an advanced non-catalytic combustion system that not only burns the wood, but also the smoke, providing clean emissions, a clear large Ceramic Glass viewing window, extra heat,  and sophisticated technology ensures a lifetime of warmth guaranteed with a limited-lifetime warranty!

Features

  • Unique, integral airwash system keeps the glass clean and clear for a wide-open view of the fire
  • Constructed from premium materials, like heavy-gauge stainless steel, for dependable performance and striking appearance
  • Ceramic-fiber blanket utilizes technology developed by NASA that has 10 times the insulation value of firebrick, radiating heat back into the firebox and creating higher efficiencies and cleaner gas
  • Uniquely designed refractory baffle assists in igniting fuel-rich gases, increasing efficiency and reducing emissions
  • Stainless steel afterburner tubes mix oxygen with unburned gases and smoke to create a secondary burn, lowering fuel costs
  • Heavy-duty door contains no nuts or washers, forming a 360° seal for long-lasting durability
  • EPA Phase II-certified for clean and efficient operation
  • Singular draft control for simple operation and burn rate adjustment

Legacy C260 Wood Insert Cutaway

  1. Ceramic-Fiber Blanket
    Developed by the engineers at NASA,  has 10 times the insulation value of firebrick. It radiates heat back into the firebox, creating higher efficiencies and cleaner glass.
  2. Refractory Baffle
    The unique design assists in igniting fuel-rich gases, increasing efficiency and reducing emissions.
  3. Integral Airwash System
    Preheated primary combustion air sweeps across the viewing glass, keeping the glass clean and clear for less maintenance and a wide-open view of the fire.
  4. Secondary Combustion 
    Stainless steel reburn tubes mix oxygen with unburned gases and smoke to create a secondary burn, providing clean emissions.
  5. Heavy-Duty Door
    The machined door handle has no nuts or washers to loosen or wear, and the glass is sandwiched between the two-piece, cast-iron door, forming a 360° seal that will last for years.
  6. Premium Materials
    The exterior of every fireplace insert is made from heavy-gauge steel and all critical parts inside the firebox are made of stainless steel.

Options

  • A choice of finishes and glass styling options

  • Surround size and trim choices provide customization for personalized styling preference

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Specifications IronStrike Legacy C260 Wood Insert
Minimum Fireplace Opening 30-1/2"W x 22-3/4"H x 14-3/4"D
Fuel Wood
Venting 6" or 8" Pipe
View Style Front View
Heating Capacity* 1,200-2,200 sq. ft.
BTU 79,000
Max Log Length 22-1/2"
Firebox Size 22-1/2"W x 17-1/2"D
Burn Time 7-12 Hours
EPA EPA Certified & UL/ULC
EPA Efficiency 63%
Thermal Efficiency 79.2%
Emissions 4.1 g/hr
Weight 493 lbs.
Warranty Limited Lifetime

IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Gold Door
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued
IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Gold Door, Blower and Trim Package
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued
IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Gold Door
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued
IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Nickel Door, and Blower
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued
IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Black Door
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued
IronStrike Legacy C260 EPA Wood Insert Shown with Traditional Arched Black Door
IronStrike Legacy C260 Fireplace Insert - Discontinued

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