Monday, October 25, 2021

Superior WCT6920 Wood Fireplace

Superior WCT6920 Wood Fireplace

The WCT6920 high efficiency, EPA-certified wood burning fireplace with advanced combustion system technology and variable combustion air control delivers clean and powerful non-catalytic combustion heating. Combined with a traditional style arch front design and compact firebox the WCT6920 is ideal for smaller spaces and transforms any room into an inviting gathering space.

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Features:

  • The Superior WCT6920 heats up to 1,500 square feet!
  • Circulating design features facade, arch doors and ceramic glass for optimum heat transfer
  • EPA variable-rate certified and Washington State approved high-efficiency wood heater
  • 2.0 cubic foot insulated firebox that accepts up to 19” log size for increased performance
  • White stacked textured refractory panels with integrated ash lip and decorative cast iron log retainer
  • Air combustion control for variable heat output with air boost for faster wood ignition during startup
  • Includes insulated outside air kit (required for use)
  • Efficient air wash system that keeps glass clean
  • Cast or steel door available with heat resistant door handle that stays cool to the touch
  • Includes heat activated 200 CFM variable-speed blower for time-delayed heat distribution
  • HeatFlo air kit and/or thermostatically controlled forced air kit available (three maximum outlets)
  • Durable high temperature paint finish
  • 20 Year Limited Warranty

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Specifications Superior WCT6920
Firebox Dimensions 56"H x 37-1/4:W x 25-1/8"D
Viewing Area 22-1/2"W x 12-1/4"H
Flue Size 6"
Minimum Chimney Height 12'
Efficiency 72%
BTU 55,000
Heating Capacity up to 1,500 sq. ft.
EPA Rating 1.9 gr./hr
Cu. ft. 2.0 cu. ft.
Log Size 19"
Weight 330 lbs.


Superior WCT6920 Wood Fireplace

Superior WCT6920 Wood Fireplace



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