Saturday, November 16, 2019

Osburn 5000 Pellet Stove

Osburn 5000 Pellet Stove

The Osburn 5000 adds a modern flare to the increasingly amazing technology of the Osburn pellet stove line. The company has been evolving their design reaching to be the best of the best when it comes to using solid fuel sources for heating. 

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The Osburn 5000 adds a modern flare to the increasingly amazing technology of the Osburn pellet stove line. The company has been evolving their design reaching to be the best of the best when it comes to using solid fuel sources for heating. The Osborn 5000 has included bottom feed technology which not only does the bottom feed technology provide flexibility in regards to the quality of pellet required (or ability to use different forms of solid biofuels) it also provides a more complete burn due to the tight mass that is created as it feeds the pellets in. On top of all that, it also pushes the ashes into ashpan as it feeds, reducing the risk of clickers ( ash that reignites upon the introduction of oxygen) 
 

FEATURES

  • Model #: OP00050
  • High-efficiency appliance EPA approved
  • Recommended Heating Area (sq. ft.): 750 - 2,400
  • Electronic igniter
  • Thermostatic or manual mode
  • Mobile Home Approved
  • Color : Metallic black
  • Easy-to-access ash drawer
  • Glass air-wash system
  • Optimum efficiency: 78%
  • Emissions (grams/hour): < 2.5 g/h
  • Combustion Technology: bottom-feed
  • Hopper capacity: 70 lb (32 kg)
  • Recommended chimney diameter: 3"
  • Number of intensity levels: variable
  • Maximum Capacity: 50,000
  • Minimum Capacity: 8,500
  • Tested and/or listed as per applicable standards by: Intertek

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Osburn 5000 Pellet Stove Technical Specifications
Height - Overall 36 1/2"
Width - Overall 23-5/8"
Depth - Overall 31 1/2"
Weight 430 lb (195 kg)
Canadian Standard (emissions) CSA B415.1-10
USA standard (emissions) EPA
Canadian Standard (safety) ULC-s627, ASTM E1509
USA standard (safety) UL 1482
Type of Fuel Pellet
Type of Door Single, glass with cast iron frame
Glass Type Ceramic glass
Recommended Heating Area 750 - 2,400 sq. ft.
Mobile Home Approved Yes
Optimum efficiency 78%
Emissions < 2.5 grams/hour
Combustion Technology bottom-feed
Hopper capacity 70 lb (32 kg)
Recommended chimney diameter 3"
Number of intensity levels variable
Maximum Capacity 50,000 BTU/h
Minimum Capacity 8,500 BTU/h
Warranty Limited lifetime
Tested or/and listed as per applicable standards by Intertek
Minimum clearances to combustibles * (Data expressed in inches. 1 inch = 25.4 mm)
Back Wall 3"
Sides 4"
Corners 3"
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5000 Pellet Stove (Select a Door Overlay) $4099.00
Required Door Overlay Options
Black Door Overlay $100
Brushed Nickel Door Overlay $290
OPTIONS
Thermostatic Remote (Programmable) $280
Thermostatic Remote (Non-Programmable) $210
3" Fresh Air Kit $69
3" Insulated Flex Duct (10Ft) $50
Glass Hearth Pad 10 mm (44" x 36") $399
Glass Hearth Pad 10 mm (54" x 46.75") $549
Stand Alone Auxiliary Discharge Tank $490
Leg Assembly For Discharge Tank $130
Storage Tank w/ Pneumatic Self-Feeding Pellet System $2599
Storage Tank Extension $250
Certified Modular Heat Shield System $335
Certified Modular Heat Shield System Extension $165
Modular Floor Protection System $299

All Retail Prices Include: Residential, curbside delivery via freight truck with a lift gate is included for shipping in the Continental U.S.A. (some exceptions may apply). Please inquire with our sales staff if you have specific shipping needs such as international, freight terminal and/or business deliveries or if you need a smaller truck size. Click here to see Obadiah's Shipping Terms.

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