Saturday, December 14, 2019

Rika Integra II EPA Stove - Discontinued*

Rika Integra II EPA Stove - Discontinued*

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This product is no longer imported into the United States. Inventory is limited. Please call (800) 968-8604 for remaining inventory and pricing. 

Be warm and feel well next to the EPA Certified Integra II Free Standing Pellet Stove from Rika.

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The RIKA Integra II pellet stove uses quality components throughout. RIKA is one of the most efficient and whisper quiet operating pellet stoves on the market today.

Features

  • 145 lb fuel hopper capacity
  • Heats an area up to 2,500 feet sq
  • Your choice of five accent colors
  • Whisper quiet operation
  • Save up to 30% on heating costs

Color Options

  • Silver
  • Rust
  • Blue
  • Stone
  • Green
  • Gold Vein
  • Burnished Bronze
  • Textured Copper
  • RIKA River Red
  • Textured Black

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Specifications & Capacities Rika Integra II Stove
Height 37 1/2"
Width 28 1/2"
Depth 25 3/4"
Weight 375 lbs
Exhaust Outlet 3"
Heating Capacity 9,000-42,000 BTU's
Fuel Consumption 1-5 lbs/hr
Pellet Hopper Capacity 145 lbs
Power Supply 110V, 60 Hz
Average Electrical Power Consumption < 100 W
Fuse 3.15 A

Rika Integra II EPA Stove - Discontinued*

Rika Integra II EPA Stove - Discontinued*
RIKA Integra II Price
List Price $4,700
Our Price $3,749

Dealer Protected Areas: please call or email to see if this stove can be shipped to your area. 

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