The 3100 Millennium has a brick-lined firebox and provides heat output at over 51,000 BTU.
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The largest of Quadra-Fire’s Millennium series wood stoves, the 4300 puts out over 56,000 BTUs.
The mid-sized Arbor pellet stove, manufactured from cast iron, uses less floor space and delivers more heat than many larger competitive models.
A simple stove design with basic functionality, Dansons’s Pelpro Standard model is available with black trim only. Burns at up to 42,000 BTU/hr.
From the small end of Harman’s P-Series pellet stove line, the P38 Plus includes all of the features of the P-Series stoves with the exception of auto ignition. Harman’s only stove with manual ignition.
The Accentra is among the quietest stoves on the market, engineered with enlarged convection air passageways and rubber mounted fans and motors to reduce noise.
The Avalon Astoria pellet stove is a medium sized stove with a huge capacity hopper at 115 pounds. At its lowest feed rate, the Astoria is rated for up to a 68 hour burn time.
The largest of Harman’s P-Series pellet stoves, the P68 is a workhorse with precison temperature control and operation. Harman’s best-selling stove.
The medium-sized Quadra-Fire Sante Fe combines powerful thermostat controlled heating with contemporary styling.
The Mt. Vernon AE burns several different types of biomass, including wood pellets in various grades, 100% corn, sunflower seeds, and wheat. Will heat up to 3,800 sq. feet.
This stove uses three independent feed rates and provides an adjustable convection blower to moderate the stove’s heat output from 15,000 to 40,000 BTUs.
With premium pellets this stove will yield over 30,000 BTUs. Most owners, using the Upland 207 Pellet Stove as a supplemental space heater, run the stove at the medium setting.
A multifuel burning stove, the Country Flame Harvester will burn either corn or wood pellets at up to 97% efficiency. Puts out 50,000 max BTUs at full power.
Lancaster corn stoves have all the features of larger corn burning stoves, but are more compact in size for those smaller areas in your home.
THe Bixby Maxfire is a corn/ multifuel stove that will burn kernel corn, engineered pellets, and standard wood pellets. Heat output from 8,000 to 50,000 BTU.
The Endurance burns shelled corn, wood and grain pellets, dried cherry pits and other biomass fuels. Features self-cleaning operation and Cyclean fire feeding technology.
The Greenfield in appearance refers back to the traditional cast iron wood stoves, but it’s uniquely designed to burn economical corn as its fuel.
The Magnum Countryside Model 3500P corn stove has multifuel capabilities and will burn shelled corn, wood pellets, cherry pits and olive pits. Puts out up to 56,000 BTUs.
The Model 3000 Sedore corn/ multi-fuel stove is rated to heat up to 3000 square feet. It’s the same height and width as Sedore’s other models.
The UBB Ugly Black Box puts out up to 70,000 BTUs, features multi-fuel burning capabilities, and a self diagnostic system.
Install the Shasta as a free standing stove or in a masonry or zero clearance fireplace. Heats up to 1300 square feet.
Kuma’s biodiesel friendly utility heater with either a 7”, 8”, or 10” burner and a 4” flue.
With either a 7”, 8”, or 10” burner, the Oil Classic can put out enough heat for 1300 to 3000 square feet. All Kuma stoves burn #1 or #2 grade fuel or biodiesel.
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