1. Outside: steel coating.
2. Inside: monobloc steel structure, hand welded, heat-resistant up to 1200°C.
3. Door: carbon steel, high temperature resistant, with glass-ceramic.
4. Removable ash box: it collects the ash fallen through the holes in the brazier.
Glass-self cleaning: designing wind to blow ash from the glass keeps the glass always cleaning.
LCD control panel: it is placed on the upper side of the stove, simple and easy to be used. It is possible to plan the weekly switching on and off of the stove (week-end included).
Thermostat: The stove can keep the room's temperature stably. The temperature can be selected by users both on the panel and remote control, showing on the display.
Five steps power setting: it is up to your need, which also shows on the display.
9. Remote control
10. Smoke outlet: ø 80 mm, inlet ø 50 mm
11. Electrical supply: 230V-50Hz. 115V-60HZ, 100V-50HZ
Benefits of Wood Pellet Stoves, Furnaces, Grills
Easy & Convenient:
Wood pellet stoves are small, and the bags of pellets are about the size of a mulch bag, making them easy to store. They're also easy to operate; they only require loading pellets and setting the thermostat. The automatic thermostat maintains a constant temperature. And depending on what size hopper your stove has, it may need to be loaded only once a day.
Because the fire is contained in a heat box inside the unit, there is a minimum of smoke, which lessens the smell in your home and prevents the outside of the unit from heating up making it safe for children and pets. Pellets create considerably less ash than firewood, giving off less creosote, a flammable byproduct of combustion that can build up and cause chimney fires. Wood pellets burn hotter and cleaner than their wood counterparts. Wood pellet stoves emit fewer pollutants than traditional fireplaces. They're considered to be carbon neutral due to the fact that the pellets are made from trees that lived on carbon, so the two cancel each other out.
Sanring Pellet Stove Junction carries a variety of stoves; grills to accommodate every budget. The pellets also are inexpensive, and you can purchase them in small quantities as needed, versus the upfront costs of purchasing a cord of firewood. A typical pellet stove will heat an approximate 2,500 sq. ft. Home.