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    Avalon Arbor

Avalon Arbor

The mid-sized Arbor pellet stove, manufactured from cast iron, uses less floor space and delivers more heat than many larger competitive models.

    Avalon Astoria

Avalon Astoria

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.

    Breckwell Big E Utility Furnace and Home Heater

Breckwell Big E Utility Furnace and Home Heater

The Big E features a 55,000 max BTU output and a 140 lb. hopper capacity.

    Breckwell Classic Cast

Breckwell Classic Cast

42,000 max BTU output and 8" tube heat exchange system, as well as many other features.

    Breckwell P2000FS

Breckwell P2000FS

The P2000FS will burn up to 70 hours and has a 50,000 max BTU output. The stove has a 300 lb. shipping weight.

    Breckwell P22FS

Breckwell P22FS

Max output of 40,000 BTUs with up to a 45 hour burn time and a shipping weight of 185 lbs.

    Breckwell P23FSL

Breckwell P23FSL

45,000 max BTU output, a 3" flue outlet, and a 55 lb. hopper all in heavy steel construction.

    Breckwell P24FS

Breckwell P24FS

Features a 60 hour burn time, 50,000 BTU output, and a 60 lb. hopper capacity.

    Breckwell P2700FS

Breckwell P2700FS

Large three sided bay window with a low profile and power of up to 46,000 BTUs.

    Dansons Pelpro Standard

Dansons Pelpro Standard

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.

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