Tuesday, September 29, 2020

IronStrike Tahoma 2100 EPA Freestanding Wood Stove

IronStrike Tahoma EPA Freestanding Wood Stove

This non-catalytic freestanding wood stove offers a black painted finish, a solid pedestal base, nickel nameplate, 2.1 cu.ft. combustion chamber, ceramic fiber insulating blanket, air wash system, ceramic glass and an 6" flue outlet.

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The IronStrike Tahoma non-catalytic freestanding wood stove offers a black painted finish, a solid pedestal base, nickel nameplate, 2.1 cu.ft. combustion chamber, ceramic fiber insulating blanket, air wash system, ceramic glass and an 6" flue outlet.

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Specifications IronStrike Tahoma Freestanding Wood Stove
Stove Dimensions with Pedestal 25-7/8"W x 30-5/6"H x 23-3/8"D
Efficiency 76%
Emissions 3.05 g/hr
Tested and Approved EPA Phase III (WA) State & Canada ULC/ULC
Fuel Wood
Log Length 20"
Firebox Size 2.1 cu. ft.
Venting 6" Class A Chimney Pipe
View Style Front View
BTU 76,000
Weight 310 lbs.
Heating Capacity 1,200-2,000 sq. ft.
Heat Output 68,000 BTUs/hr.
Burn Times 6–8 hrs
Warranty Limited Lifetime

IronStrike Tahoma Freestanding EPA Wood Stove
IronStrike Tahoma EPA Freestanding Wood Stove
IronStrike Tahoma Freestanding EPA Wood Stove With Black Door and Pedestal
IronStrike Tahoma EPA Freestanding Wood Stove
IronStrike Tahoma Freestanding EPA Wood Stove With Black Door and Pedestal
IronStrike Tahoma EPA Freestanding Wood Stove

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