Vermont Castings Resolute Acclaim Stove - 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.
Painted Black Finish is Standard
The Resolute Acclaim from Vermont Castings offers convenient top loading or conventional front loading capabilities and a traditional pull-out ash pan. The polished cooking griddle adds a homey element to this classic stove and its high efficiency and low smoke emissions make it possible for you to have a contemporary environmental and cost-conscious choice without losing the classic look.
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The Resolute Acclaim is the perfect choice for a cozy and stylish heat source with optional sparkscreen, warming shelves, and a choice of traditional colors.
- Convenient top and front loading
- Leg levelers
- Pull-out ash pan
- Polished cooking griddle
- Reversible flue collar
- Outside air kit
- Custom sparkscreen for open door fire viewing
- Handy warming shelves with mitten racks
- 6 inch cast iron flue collar (round)
- Classic Black
- Ebony Black
- Enamel Bordeaux
- Majolica Brown
|Specifications||Vermont Castings Resolute Acclaim|
|BTU / HR||40,000 BTU/hr|
|Burn Time||up to 9 hrs|
|Emission (grams/hr)||3.4 gr|
|Approx. Heating Area (Sq. ft.)||1,600|
|Dimensions (Actual)||25.5"W x 27.5"H x 25"D|
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