Corn Burning Stoves: Natural Warmth

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The Old House Web
Burn natural corn or wood pellets in this state-of-the-art stove. An agitator in this stove solves problems of other corn burning stoves.

Because corn melts and fuses as it burns, clinkers form without agitation. This prevents complete cumbustion and causes many corn burning stoves to plug, clog or go out quickly. Not so with the Harman stove, which is capable of burning for one to two weeks depending on the corn?s moisture content. The auto-igniter is designed to light corn in less than five minutes. The stove also features an automatic temperature control. A large glass door viewing door is keep clean with an "air wash system."

Convert to burning pellets with an optional grate kit. The corn igniter lights pellets in less than one minute.

The stove is avaible in colors including charcoal, green, red, metallic blue, brown, and black.

  • Fuel: Bio-mass pellets, corn.
  • Heating capacity: 1,400 sq ft.
  • Hopper Capacity: Corn, 80 lbs (145 lbs with optional hopper extension); Pellets, 72 lbs (132 lbs with optional hopper extension).
  • Weight: 249 lbs.
  • Dimensions: 29-1/2" deep x 34-1/2" high x 23-1/2" wide.
  • Approved for use in mobile homes.
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