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Drolet Outback Chef Wood Burning Cookstove

Drolet Outback Chef Wood Burning Cookstove

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Product Details

Manufacturer: Drolet
Drolet Part Numbers: DB04800
Item Number: DRO-DB04800

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Features

  • Color: Black
  • Size: 40 Inches
  • Dimensions: 40" W x 33 5/8" H x 27 7/8" D
  • Chrome handrail
  • Cast iron cooktop
  • Non-catalytic combustion
  • Four doors for practical access
  • Freestanding wood-burning stove
  • Includes ash drawer and air damper
  • Glass viewing door with cast iron frame
  • Maximum BTU Output with Dry Cordwood: 40,546
  • Firebox Dimensions: 8 3/8" W x 10 1/4" H x 16 3/4" D
  • Glass Viewing Area: 7 3/8" W x 10 3/4" H
  • Maximum Log Size: 16"
  • Average Emissions and Efficiency: EPA exempt
The Drolet Outback Chef Wood Burning Cookstove is a powerful and effective cookstove that allows you to enjoy the rustic experience of a wood-burning fire from a convenient cooking surface. The cast-iron surface is highly durable and provides plenty of cooking area. The stove also features a ceramic glass viewing door with a sturdy cast iron frame, allowing you to view the flames while the stove is operating. The stove's chrome handrail grants an additional layer of safety while operating the cookstove.

Venting Requirements: This item requires a chimney with 6" inner diameter.

Please Note: This stove is EPA exempt, and not meant for heating. Please check local restrictions before using.

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Karen from Ava, MO asked:
What is the BTU output?
What is the BTU output?
The manufacturer does not list the BTU of this appliance, as it is not intended as a heating stove. The manuals and their website specs omit a BTU rating and the stove is classified as "exempt" from efficiency ratings due to its purpose being primarily heat retention and cooking.
Answered by: Cody S. on Dec 21, 2023

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