Part Number: 6104-42
eFireplaceStore Item Number: INV-6104-42
*Venting Requirements: This unit requires venting pipe with an inner diameter of 6 Inches. Please see the Venting Components section on this page if available for venting pipe that must be used with this unit.
* Please Note: Do not connect the stove to any hot air distribution system.
*Also Note: This appliance must be installed on a non-combustible protector that extends to the front, sides, and back of the appliance.
Wood-burning stoves have been around longer than the USA has been a country. The Invicta 32 inch Kiara wood stove is made of cast iron so you know it will last. The contemporary design means even when it goes out of style, it will stay a classic. Designed to meet the 2020 EPA standards making this stove on the cutting edge of energy efficiency. These products have stood the test of time and with technology improving to make them more and more efficient, they'll be standing strong when our great-grand kids have grand kids.
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The manufacturer does not provide a BTU rating for this stove. All manufacturer-provided specifications can be found here.
Yes, the glass does open like a hinged door, with the hinges on the left side as you look at the front of the stove. You can see a picture of the stove door opened on page 36 of the installation manual. The door should remain closed when the stove is in use.
Can I cook on the top of this stove? Does the heat shield for this stove attach to the stove or to the wall? With the heat shield, what is the clearance from the back of the stove to a combustible surface?