Monday, September 16, 2019

Vermont Castings Stratton - Discontinued*

Vermont Castings Stratton Cast Iron Wood Burning Fireplace

*PRODUCT DISCONTINUED - This page is for informational purposes only.

This small, EPA wood burning fireplace is a great choice for any room needing both warmth and style.

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This product has been discontinued and inventory is limited. This page is an informational page for those who have already purchased the unit.


Able to fit logs between 18 and 20 inches long and offering 10,100 to 27,550 BTUs per hour, the Stratton can heat up to 1500 square feet easily. With its large window for viewing, traditional Black finish and cast iron construction, the Stratton adds durability and beauty for years to come.

Features

Burn rate: 10,100 - 27,500 BTUs/hr.

Heating Capacity up to 1,500 sq.ft.

EPA Emissions Rating : 3.0g./hr.

Cast Iron Construction

Fits log length 18" to 22"

Removable internal baffle.

Uses SK8 chimney or triple wall pipe with TWABR adapter

Large viewing area 


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Specifications Vermont Castings Stratton
Dimensions (Actual) 35.25"W x 36.16"H x 22.21"D
Min Fireplace Dimensions 18"W (rear)x 21.5"W (front) x 14.75"D x 10.75"H
Dimensions (Framing) 36.5"W x 36.6"H x 23"D
Viewing Area 280 sq in
Firebox Area 2.1 cu. ft.
Design Certified OMNI
Emissions (grams/hr) 3
Max BTUs 40,000
Thermal Efficiency 68%
Item Price
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Optional Face Kits (one required)
Stratton Circa Front in Black Texture (STRATCIRCB)
Options
Heat Activated Fan Kit

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