Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Majestic Windsor Non-Catalytic Wood Insert - Discontinued

Majestic Windsor Non-Catalytic Wood Insert - Discontinued

This product has been discontinued and all inventory has been sold. This page is for informational purposes for those who have already purchased the unit.

The Majestic Windsor is a low maintenance non-catalytic wood insert that has a clean and efficient burn and two style options.

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The Majestic Windsor has three size options with two style options so you can find the right Windsor for you. This insert is an easy to use wood burning insert that's efficient and low maintenance so you can enjoy the warmth without any hassle.

Features

  • 2 styles: Classic or Ambassador
  • Made with recycled materials
  • Heats up to 1500 sq ft
  • Burns up to 8 hours
  • Non-catalytic

Options

  • Trim kits
  • Field fuel conversion kits
  • On/Off remotes
  • Thermostat remotes
  • Full function remote controls
  • Classic style
  • Ambassador style

Resources:
Model Windsor Wood Insert
Model Number WR2500X02
Dimensions 30 3/4" W x 21 3/4" H x 10" D
Minimum Opening Dimensions 30 3/4" W x 23 3/4" H x 10" D
Heating Capacity Up to 1500 sq ft
Max BTU/hr 58,000
Burn Time Up to 8 hours
Log Size 20"
Termination Top
combustion Type Non-Catalytic

Majestic Windsor Non-Catalytic Wood Insert - Discontinued

Majestic Windsor Non-Catalytic Wood Insert - Discontinued

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