The mid-sized Arbor pellet stove, manufactured from cast iron, uses less floor space and delivers more heat than many larger competitive models.
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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 Big E features a 55,000 max BTU output and a 140 lb. hopper capacity.
42,000 max BTU output and 8" tube heat exchange system, as well as many other features.
The P2000FS will burn up to 70 hours and has a 50,000 max BTU output. The stove has a 300 lb. shipping weight.
Max output of 40,000 BTUs with up to a 45 hour burn time and a shipping weight of 185 lbs.
45,000 max BTU output, a 3" flue outlet, and a 55 lb. hopper all in heavy steel construction.
Features a 60 hour burn time, 50,000 BTU output, and a 60 lb. hopper capacity.
Large three sided bay window with a low profile and power of up to 46,000 BTUs.
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.