Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Teba Therm TPW-23 Central Heating Wood and Pellet Cookstove

Teba Therm TPW-23 Central Heating Wood and Pellet Cookstove

With its clean lines and contemporary styling, the Teba TPW-23 Central Heating Pellet Cookstove will fit nicely in any modern home. An impressive heat output of 85,000 BTUs, an incredible heating efficiency rating of 94%, and an integrated boiler system make this unit an excellent central heating unit for mid-sized homes.

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Note: This model is not UL/ULC listed for North America. Please check with your homeowner's insurance prior to making a purchase.

Features:

  • The TPW-23 heats up to 3,000 square feet!
  • Fuel type: eco-friendly pellet
  • Three-mode combustion options available: (Pellet mode, Combi mode, wood mode
  • - Pellet mode: only pellet burns
  • - Combi mode: first pellet and then wood burns automatically
  • - Wood mode: only wood burns
  • Low carbon monoxide levels (less than 200ppm)
  • Electronic control system
  • Automatic ignition
  • Six-level adjustable combustion speed
  • Adjustable boiler water temperature
  • Pellet level sensor
  • Radiator connection
  • Room thermostat control (can be connected by user)
  • Built-in Pump, fan, expansion tank, and thermostat
  • Includes baking oven

Resources:
Specifications Teba TPW-23
Overall Dimensions 34.4"H x 53.6"W x 24"D
Heating Capacity 3,000 Sq. Ft.
Max Heat Output 85,000 BTUs
Flue Pipe Diameter 3.9"
Fuel Loading Capacity (Pellet) 44 lb.
Fuel Loading Capacity (Wood) 17.6 lb.
Heat Efficiency 94%
Boiler Water Capacity 9.25 gal.
Boiler Input Diameter 1.75"
Power 230 V - 50 Hz
Fuel Pellet / Wood

Teba Therm TPW-23 Central Heating Wood and Pellet Cookstove
Prices
Teba Therm TPW-23 Central Heating Wood and Pellet Cookstove $7,500

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