Wood Burning Stove Features
All stoves are equipped with an exclusive swing-out ash pan that allows you to remove ashes with out making a mess, even when the stove is hot.
Vermont Castings has the ability to complement the enamel finish of your stove with matching pipe.
Vermont Casting's unique, built-in thermostat requires no electricity and works by automatically adjusting the required air for combustion.
FlexBurn stoves are able to burn with or without a catalyst. The stoves are able to achieve a 15% higher efficiency on low burns with the catalyst in place. Increase your heating efficiency and lower your stove emissions, ensuring you get the most out of each load of wood.
This catalytic combustor is a ceramic honeycomb coated with platinum and palladium, elements engineered to maximize the catalytic reaction. The catalytic combustor causes smoke to burn as fuel, creating more heat from less wood.
- Primary burn is started and fueled by fresh air
- The bypass damper is open to help the stove draw.
2 Stage Burn:
- Close the damper once the stove and flue pipe are sufficiently hot, this forces smoke into the secondary combustion chamber.
- Additional air feeds the combustion of gases to create the secondary burn.
- With the catalyst in place, increased efficiency and lower emissions result from a tertiary burning of gases.
- The catalyst also enables combustion at much lower temperatures, extending burn times and saving on fuel costs
The Montpelier and Merrimack wood inserts maintain timeless appeal and highlight large, unobstructed views of the fire, turning your existing masonry fireplace into an efficient centerpiece. Advanced technologies make for easy startups and continual warmth. A heat-activated blower distributes comfort to every corner. The customization options below provide the versatility to complete the look that is right for your space.